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OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1913
DR. A. L. BLALOCK
J PHYSICIAN and SURGEON I
OFFICES OVEH THE
COMMERCIAL, II A VK
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
Phone 211 Oeala. Ha.
I looms 9. JO and 11, Second Floor,
" OCALA 'FLORIDA
Roll Top DesK... ..$22.00
$7.00 Typewriter Chair 4.00
One Vndor Veranda Screen . 1.75
One Veranda Swing Seat. ... 2.00
One Mission Parlor Set, Three
Pieces, Leather Upholstered 24.00
One Mission Library Table... 9.50
One Chest Carpente Tools,
big bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension Dining Tables
from .$3 to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other bargains, too.
Back or Marcus Fraufs
WHITE STAR LINE
TRANS ER and STORAGE CO.
Shipping and Storage of Bag
gage, Household Furniture,
Pianos and Safes.
FIREPROOF STORAGE BUILDING
Agents for Beaver Board
E. Broadway Gcala, F!a
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications madn. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Ciose estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult me at
Vorthwest Corner Ocala House Block
JERSEY MUCH COWS
How about a Five Gallon one?
DUROC JERSEY PIGS
Sired by the Ohio, Ind., Ky
and Tenn. State Fair Winner
.Pullets, Cockrels and Eggs
KIND SHOWN LAST COUNTY FAIR
H1AVATHA LAKE STOCK FARfil
Wi G, BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. JJOX 46 OCALA. FLA
HAVE YOUR CAR PAINTED
Beef, Pork and Mutton
Fresh and Salt Water
Received Every Day
Prompt Service, Good Goods
and Reasonable Prices
Phone 351 Stall No.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than ny other
contractor tn the dtr.
la Detracted Mexleo, Where Half a
Dozen Cbfefn Strike for
Mexico City, Feb. 20. The execution
of Gustavo Madero, known as "the
power behind the throne?' 'in Mexico,
formed a tragic sequel to the upheaval
in Mexico yesterday when Francisco
Madero was turned out of the federal
The president and hia brother were
sent as prisoners to the arsenal, from
which Feliz Diaz had bombarded the
city for ten days." Soon after their
arrival there Gu3tavo Madero was sub subjected
jected subjected to the notorious. "fugitive law,"
by which he was free to run under the
fire of his guards. He fell dead under
Gen. Victoriana Iluerta, who com commanded
manded commanded the Madero forces against the
rebellious troops under Gen. Felix
Diaz, has been proclaimed provisional
governor-general cf the republic.
Gen. Aureliano Blanquet, who aided
in the overthrow of Madero, is pro provisional
visional provisional military commander.
These arrangements have been
agreed to by Gen. Felix Diaz and the
ten days' battle which he ha3 been
waging with the federal troops appears
to be over.
A report received from the Interior
makes it evident that the revolution
throughout the republic is far from
ended. The report said that Emilio
Vasquez Gomez will persist in back backing
ing backing himself for the post of provisional
president, taking it for granted that
Krniliano Zapata will continue to keep
his thousands In the south.
Two other factors which must be
taken into account are the probable
course of the Orozco-Sala ar revolu revolutionists
tionists revolutionists in the north and the Zapata
rebellion in the south of Mexico, for,
if the leaders of these movements, as
threatened hold out against the new
Huerta regime, another period of dis disorder
order disorder and suspense is expected, which
might affect the attitude of the United
States towards the new government.
Blitchton, Feb. 19. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Brooks of Okltown were Sun Sunday
day Sunday visitors.
Mr. Joseph Akin spent last week at
Mr. J. E. Sherouse and Miss Ruby
Sherouse were on the sick list" last
Mr. Wynn of Montbrook were here
on business Monday.
Messrs. J. M. Blitch and J. W. Coul-
ter spent Monday in Qcala.
' Mr. Vasco Seckinger and Miss Min Minnie
nie Minnie Seckinger of Berlin were guests of
Mr. W. r. Ifammons and family Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, The sudden death of Mr. T. J. Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk Friday was quite a shock to his
many friends. We extend our heart heartfelt
felt heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved ones.
Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Bliteh of Willis Willis-ton
ton Willis-ton passed through Monday.
Mr. W H. H. Blitch of Morriston
Mrs. B. J. George and Mrs. E. Clark
drove over Monday in the former's
Dr. A. P. Montague, president of
Columbia College, Lake City, will
speak here March 3. Dinner on the
ground. Everybody invite.
Mr. and Mrs. N. V, Cole
Qcala anci Tampa last week.
Mr. E, Lv Carney passed
our "town" en route to the Brick City
last Monday afternoon.
Messrs. George Douglas and W. B.
Douglas were business callers in Ocala
The fruit from the Avery gTove on
Lake Bryant is now bei g hauled to
GrahamvUIe from where it will be
packed and shipped.
Mr. Walter Hudnell arrived Satur
day and will remain at his old home
a few days before he returns to Bel Bel-lair.
lair. Bel-lair. Mrs. J. E. Sellars 13 now visiting
her son at Sumterville.
Mrs. TL A. Halford was taken quite
ill Friday night but is gradually im,?
proving under the skillful treatment
of Dr. Henry.
T7 Ck xt lrtiVkl f fr wHl tsriionh Vita vao-iiIqii
sermon next Saturday and Sunday. stops chronic and hacking cough, re re-Miss
Miss re-Miss Annie Holly, a popular young jlieves tlcklingr throat, tastes nice,
lady of our community, is spending a: Take no other; once used, always used.
few days with Mrs. Waters.
COMMITTEES "r THE COUNCIL,
Judiciary C. M. Livingston, chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. H. Taylor, E. T. Helvenston.
Finance G-A. Carmicnael, chair chairman;
man; chairman; E. T. Helvenston, B. A. Weath Weathers.
ers. Weathers. Light and Water J. H. Taylor,
chairman: F. G. B. Weihe. B. A. Weath Weathers.
ers. Weathers. Street B. A. Weathers, chairman;
F. G. B. Weihe, E. C. Bennett.
Fire F. G. B. Weihe. Chairman; EL
T. Helvenston, Walter Hood.
Pollci E. T. Helvenston, Chairman;
F G. B Weihe, E. C. Bennett.
F. G. B. Weihe, C. M. Livingston.
Market C M. Livingston. Chair Chairman;
man; Chairman; Walter Hood,
Sanitary Walter Hood, Chairman;
J. H. Taylor. G. A., Carmicnael,
Building J2. C. Bennett, Chairman;
il. A. Carmicnael. J. H. Taylor.
Grahamville, Feb. 19. The fruit
growers are very busy packing and
shipping their oranges.
Rev. Pace filled his regular appoint appointment
ment appointment at Grahamville Methodist church
last second Sunday afternoon to a
large and attentive audience.
Mrs. F. J. Wellhoner made a busi business
ness business trip to the Brick City last Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Randall, Mrs.
Graham and daughter, Mrs. E. L. Mills
made a visit o the city last Thursday.
The rains which we have been need needing
ing needing so long have come at last. We
were glad to see them.
A valentine party was given by
Misses Etta Faglie and Eileen Martin
last Friday night, Feb. 14th, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Randall.
A musical contest was given and a
prize offered for the most correct an answers.
swers. answers. Mr. Hancock of Tampa won
the prize, which was a box of choc-
olate candy. A branch of holly was
then presented and all guessed at the
number of leaves on it. A prize was
given to the one guessing nearest to
the correct number, and to the one
guessing farthest from the number.
Miss Helen Mills was awarded prize
for guessing nearest to the correct
number, which was a box of sardines.
Mr. Sam Gore of Gopher Hill won the
other prize, wh'ch was a cake of sweet
soap. Valentines were then distribut distributed
ed distributed and the remainder of the time was
spent playing very Interesting games
Quite a number were present and a
splendid time reported by- all.
$100 REWARD 10O
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure In all Its stages, and
that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca Catarrh
tarrh Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting
4'rectly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of tne system, thereby de
stroying the foundation of the disease,
and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assist assisting
ing assisting nature In doing its work. The
proprietors have o much faith In Its
curative powers that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that It
fails to cure. Send for list of testi testimonials.
monials. testimonials. Address, F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold ty ail druggists.
75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv.
TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOINTMENTS
I will be at the following places on
tme specified to receive tax returns
8 Summerfield, 20th, a. m.
25 Candler, 21st, a. m.
9 Oklawaha, 21st, p. m.
19 Eastlake, 22nd, a. m.
19 Weirsdale, 22nd, p. m.
15 Linadale, 24th, a. m.
10 Moss Bluff, 25th, a. m.
10 Electra, 25th, p. m.
11 Lynne, 26th, 8 to 10 a. m,
11 Grahamville, 26, 11 a.rn. to I p.m.
11 Connor, 26th, 1 to 4 p. m.
12 Churchill, 27th, 11 a. m. to 2 p.m.
27 Eureka, 28th, a. m.
13 Fort McCoy, 28th, p. m.
13 Burbank, 1st, a. m.
17 Oak, 3rd, a. m.
17 Anthony, 3rd, p. m
26 Sparr. 4th, a. m
13 Pine, 4th, p. m
16 Citra. 5th, a. m.
14 Orange Springs, 5th, p. ru.
1 Ocala, 10th to 31st of March.
The law requires all tax returns to
be made by first day of AprlL
I got a list of all automobiles that
are registered and you will therefore
save trouble byreturning your auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Alfred Ayer, Assessor.
The Texas Wonder ures maney 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 trou troubles
bles troubles Iii children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mall on re receipt
ceipt receipt of 11. One small bottle Is two
mailt ha treatment and seldom falls to to-perfect
perfect to-perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall, 2096 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo.
6old by all druggists. Ad.
XOTICE TO CORRESPOJTOENTS
The Star, respectfully requests its
valued correspondents o send In their
letters on Monday or as soon after as
possible. There is always a crowd of
advertising on the last section of the
weekly paper that sometimes causes
these letters to be left out. They can
round up the regular news of their
neighborhoods by Monday, and If any
specially important event occurs after
that they can report It by a special
letter or card. In case of a murder or
other sensational event, they should
use the telephone or telegraph as soon
as they hear of it.
DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY
Soothes irritated throat and lungs,
Buy it at Tydlngs & Co. Ad.
3TARION-DUNN 91ASONIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. H. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
STERLING SILYrn FLATWARE
I have over 54,000 worth of Sterling
Silver flatware in the store the latest,
most stylish silver and the very best
grade manufactured. The prices are
as attractive as the goods. Come In
and look over the stock and select
such articles as you want for your yourself,
self, yourself, the family or friends. Gifts from
this stock last a lifetime and are al always
ways always a source of pleasure and satisfac satisfaction,
tion, satisfaction, hoth to the giver and those who
receive them. A. E. Burnett,
(Ad. tf) The Jeweler.
Do you know that more real danger
lurks In a common cold than In any
other of the minor ailments? The
safe way Is to take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, a thoroughly reliable
preparation, and rid yourself of the
cold as quickly as possible. This rem remedy
edy remedy Is for sale by all dealers. Adv.
OCALA LODGE HO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Joseph BelL Secretary. Ad.
Chest pains and a dry, hacking
cough should be treated with Ballard's
Horehound Syrup taken internally, and
a Herrick's Red Pepper Porous Plaster
applied to the chest. Buy the dollar
size Horehound Syrup; you get a Por Porous
ous Porous Plaster free with each bottle. Sold
by all druggists. Adv.
in Gun ii
In Abollaalag a A'atloaal Dfgrace
SuAtalaed by the Xetr Jersey
Trenton, Feb. IS. Gov. Wilson's
seven anti-trust bills passed the sen senate
ate senate 3e3terday in exactly the same form
as they passed the house --and now go
back for formal transmission to the
Secretary Harry F. Hilfers. of the
New Jersey federation of labor yester yesterday
day yesterday showed Governor Wilson a letter
from Samuel Gompers. The governor
replied the bills as drafted did not ap apply
ply apply to labor unions, and -such an
amendment would invalidate, and
would be held as class legislation.
To Private Owners of Antomohlles
County automobile licenses on cars
for private use for the license year
ending October 1st. 193, are past due
and must be paid at once, In accord accordance
ance accordance with chapter 6212 of the laws of
Florida-and by order of the board of
Apply to the undersigned for blanks
and information. He will also issue
the license. W. L. Colbert.
2-7- 30d Tax Collector.
SUCCESS FDRXITCRE CO.
New and second-hand furniture
bought and sold. Come and see
whether you can find a bargain In fur furniture.
niture. furniture. South Main street. Ad.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
Notice Is hereby given that the reg regular
ular regular annual meeting of the stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders of the Ocala Water Company will
be held in the city of Ocala, on Satur
day, the 8th day of March, A. D. 1913,
for the election of officers and such
other business as may be brought be
fore It. J. A. Campbell, Secretary.
DRAY FOR GENERAL. DELIVERY
Mr. A. S. Burgess has gone into the
transfer and delivery business. He
has a big dray and a team of power powerful
ful powerful mules, with competent men to
manage them, and will haul and deliver
your goods with promptness and good
care. Call phone 470. Ad.
Cotton Plant, Feb. 18. After, sev several
eral several days of rain we are now enjoying
some pleasant weather.
Messrs. A. W. Woodward and C. R.
Veal butchered some very fine hogs
last Friday and carried same to cold
Miss Stella Cleveland of Ocala is
visiting her friend, Miss Carrie Barco.
Messrs. Carl Harris and Robert
Douglas cf York were callers in Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant last Friday evening.
Misses Alta Beck, Stella Cleveland
and Carrie Barco spent Saturday with
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Johnson at Leroy
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. K. McrV'ER and C. V. ROBERTS
111 Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.
D. E. Mclver 104
V. Roberts 305
yndertaking Office . 47
Meal for 25c
We have now put on straight
meals, three meals a day for
25 cts. a meal. Good enough
for any one, nice enough for
the most particular.
SHORT ORDERS OF ANY KIND
- AND PREPAIRED IN
FIRST CLASS STYLE
New Location, Ilogan & Co'. New
nalliling, West Side of Square
Will Lee, Prop.
GIVES YOU THE
Latest Associated Press News
Several Hours Earlier Than Any Other
Paper Sold in Ocala
" Try It; You'U Like It
10c a Week
PATSEY GILLEN, Agt.,
Leave Orders at Mr. Ballard's News
"Qneen ot Sea Routes"
MERCHANTS' MIXERS, TRA3TS. CO.
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia.
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY. Agent,
I D. JONES, C. A..
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla,
Flnet Coaatvrise Trips In the World"
and enjoyed their hospitality very
Mrs. Barco and Mrs. Woodward call called
ed called on Mrs. Trotter Sunday" afternoon.
C. R. Yeal visited the Brick City
Saturday, returning home Sunday.
Mr. Carl Harris of York was deliv delivering
ering delivering groceries In Cotton Plant Mon Monday
day Monday morning.
Mr. James Brooks returned home
Friday afternoon from Ocala. where
he had been serving as a juror.
Miss Alta Beck spent Sunday with
Miss Carrie Barco.
Mr. J. P. Daniel of Sunny Slone
farm was calling in Cotton Plant Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon.
A few of our young folks enjoyed a
pleasant sing at the church. Sunday
Mr. A. W. Woodward was a business
caller at Rivers' mill Tast week.
Belleview, Feb. 18. Mr. J. W. Hil Hilton,
ton, Hilton, who ships the fanciest grapefruit
produced in the state, has finished his
pack for the season, the last fruit
leaving this station last Monday.
Mrs. A. M. Burgess came In from
South Carolina last week In response
to a telegram stating that her sister,
Mrs. James N. Shedd, was seriously
ill. Under her careful nursing and the
skillful treatment of Dr. Slaughter,
Mrs. Shedd is rapidly recovering.
Mr. Tremere is in receipt of letters
from the factory stating that a four four-wheel
wheel four-wheel drive traction engine was ship-!
ped to St. Petersburg and also that
the engine sold to a North Carolina
party by Mr. Tremere during the last
week in January would be shipped
Mr. Harry W. Weaver was enter entertained
tained entertained last week as one of Sheriff
Galloway's guests, serving as a juror
on several cases before the circuit
court. Mr. Weaver speaks highls' of
the generous hospitality of Mine Host
Galloway, but says he does not want
any more of. It, and his favorite re
frain now is "once is enough for me."
Mrs. Mary C. Riley left last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday 'for Jacksonville, where she will
spend the balance of the winter.
Miss Flossie Evans made a business
trip to Ocala last Monday.
Mr. W. R. Kilpatrlck with his son
Floyd, and wife, also Mr. and Mrs.
Landsford came in last Friday on the
Seaboard Limited. It will be remem remembered
bered remembered that these families left us about
one year ago, going back to Alabama.
The cold, mud, snow and other incon inconveniences
veniences inconveniences has again caused them to
cast thir lot with us and we welcome
The Friday -afternoon whist club
held its regular weekly meeting at
the residence of Mrs. Newton D. Skin Skinner.
ner. Skinner. We are glad to note the presence of
Mr. Geo. E. Merrill on our streets
once more, after quite a siege of ill illness.
ness. illness. We understand that quite a bunch
of Ocala people came down last Fri Friday
day Friday night to attend the "PJiano Girls'"
dance but not being able to find any anyone
one anyone willing to tell them where the
same was being held, returned to Ocala
The valentine social held at the
town hall last Friday night was well
attended In spite of the Inclemency of
the weather. A well rendered pro program
gram program served to while away the eve evening.
ning. evening. Mrs. Adam Hafner rendered
several recitations and readings that
were well received. Mrs. Frank Hav Hav-iland
iland Hav-iland delivered a funny comic read reading
ing reading after the style of her own happy
disposition. Auntie Pet Cook made her
first public appearance and favored
the audience with a vocal solo and
also appeared In duet with Miss Edna
Fielding. These offerings were rap rapturously
turously rapturously applauded.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davenport are
the proud parents of a fine baby boy,
who came to gladden their hearts Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Feb. 15, 1913.
Mr. Manville A. Dudley has returned
from a seven-months' absence spent at
his old home in Massachusetts.
Mr. Edwin Camp and Miss Camp
spent last Sunday in Belleview, visit visiting
ing visiting with their friends and taking din dinner
ner dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Harry W.
Rev. W. T. Evens preached at Cand Candler
ler Candler last Sunday morning, at Oklawaha
in the afternoon and at Belleview that
night. At the conclusion of the ser
vices Rev. Evens announced a series
of revival meetings, beginning Monday
Mr. E. M. Boynton with his father,
Mr. W. H. Boynton, the gas light man,
paid this town a visit last week, and
reported that they are installing their
lighting plants right along.
Belleview, Feb. 19. On Friday eve evening
ning evening the library association, by its
talented corps of actors and actresses
will present the heavy tragedy, "The
Linden Peddler." All of the thrilling
and realistic scenes and incidents con connected
nected connected with this heart stirring drama
!y a well drilled company will be
faithfully portrayed true to art All
the people of Candler, Summerfield,
Levon and other outlyijig sections are
invited to come in and see the play.
The east of characters is high class.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Ranney of Mow Mow-hawk,
hawk, Mow-hawk, N. Y., are spending a few days
with Miss M. J. Oakley.
Ask your postmaster for a copy of
the parcels post rules.
The Masonic fraternity held its
regular monthly meeting last Saturday
night, and an unusual number of out
of town members attended. Among
them we were glad to greet Perry H.
Nugent, clerk of the circuit court;
Henry Shaw from Pedro; Dr. Slaughter
and Mr. Frink of Levon, and others.
Mr. Edgar IL Rothschild of Mon Montreal,
treal, Montreal, Canada, hands us one large
round cartwheel, and says send me the
Star. Please do so.
MOTHERS CAX SAFELY BUY
Dr. King's New mscovery and give It
to the little ones when ailing and suf suffering
fering suffering with colds, coughs, throat or
lung troubles, tastes nice, harmless,
once used, always used. Mrs. Bruce
Crawford. Niagara. Mo. writes: Dr.
King's New Discovery changed our boy
from a pale weak sick boy to the pic picture
ture picture of health." Always helps. Buy it
at Tydings & Co. Ad.
COXCORDtA LODGE F. V. OP A.
Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union of
America, meets In. Yonges Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month. Geo. I Taylor, F. SI
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary. Ad.
6 Days Commencing
MONDAY, MARCH 3rd.
Twenty SUPERB ATTRACTIONS -Twenty
Three BIG FREE ACTS-Three
The Famous Nat Reiss Shows
Iajeti- In Masrnificeiie. Mighty In Magrmltade. Matrhleu In Merit.
Crowded With orelti-. Where IieMarp and Parity Helen.
Teaming With Attraction
It is a place of amusement, and amusement Is what It provides
in inexhaustible quantities, and to suit the taste of the most fas fastidious.
tidious. fastidious. Replete with an abundance of everything appealing to
the refined and cultured, as well, as popular wish.
RBSS FAMOUS MILITARY BAND OF 20
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SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. fvl'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block, Southwest Corner Public Square.
When you pay a doctor for a skillful diagnosis you want to get full
value for-your money.' If the medicine that you get on his orders Is not all
that It should be you are the loser. It is of supreme importance that the con contents
tents contents of your prescription be fresh and reliable just as It Is of Importance
that your doctors' orders are carefully followed. Bring your prescriptions to
us to be filled and they will be compounded from fresh, reliable drugs. And"
what's more we offer you the same prompt and polite service that our cus customers
tomers customers have been enjoying right along. Try us with the next prescription.
THE COURT PHARMACY
THE DRUG STORE
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HiynyiLii iHiLUitiiyu uu.
MEN'S AND LADIES' CLOTHES
All Garments Cut and Made in our Suite
of Rooms in the Holder Block. Keep the
Money in Ocala Instead of Sending it Away
We try on all Garments Before they are
Finished. You can see the Inside as V.rcll
as the Outside of Your Coat and Have it
Fitted to Please you. We Invite you to
Call and Look us Over Before Ordering
Elsewhere. : : : :
"NO FIT, NO PAY" THAT'S OUR WAY
BFaiftsiteF Taf IofI Co.
Holder Block, Phone 479, Ocala, Florida
All Clothing Bought From the Crammer
Tailoring Company Will be Presserl FREE
for ONE YEAR
FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATE
AMERICAN PLAN $4.00 PER DAY AND UP-WARD
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UP-WARD
A. F. WILSON, Ass'l Mgr. THOS. M. WILSON, Prop, and Elgr.
FEE OF REAL WORTH
ON THE SQUARE
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OCAIA EVENING STAK, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20, 1913
OGALA EVENING STAR
BittLnger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. H- Benjamin, EJItor.
Entered in the postoffice at Ocala,
Fix., as second class mail matter.
Worry Is not only unnecessary, but
it is wrong. Miami Metropolis.
Wrong: to worry other people?
G. W. C. Lee, eldest son of General
Robert E. Lee," formerly an aide de
camp on the staff of Jefferson Davis,
and president emeritus of Washington
and Lee University, died at his home
In Ravensworth, Va., Wednesday, aged
The remains of John E. Stillman
have been taken from Pensacola for
burial at his boyhood "nome in Orange
City, a beautiful little town in Volusia
county, where Mr. Stillman began the
brilliant career which was ended all
too soon a few days ago.
Charles K. Hamilton, one of the
country's most noted aviators, had
what may prove a fatal fall Wednes
day. He was making a return flight
from south of Pablo to Jacksonville,
and about twelve miles from the for former
mer former -place his machine suddenly came
down. Hamilton Jumped when about
twenty-five feet from the ground, and
tho no bones were broken, it Is feared
that he injured himself internally. He
is in the DeSoto Hospital in Jackson
The supreme court of the state has
sustained the act of Claude L'Engle in
enjoining the 1911-12 Duval county
board of commissioners from spending
the last quarter of a million of good
roads money entrusted to their care,
they having practically thrown away
the first three-quarters of the fund. A
citizen with spunk and public spirit
enough to take out an injunction when
needed is a valuable asset in any com
The Newport News Shipbuilding
Company's bid of $7,235,000 for con
struction of the new dreadiought
Pennsylvania with Curtiss turbine en
glnes is the lowest of all proposals
opened at the navy department. The
Pennsylvania, officially known as No.
38, will not only be the biggest ship
in the American navy, but so far as is
known, will exceed in size any warship
laid' down by a foreign power up to
this time. Her tonnage will be 31,000
almost three times that of the fa
mous old Oregon.
Kendrlck, Feb. 19. Mrs. Kramer re
turned to Kendrick Monday after
pleasant visit with friends in Ocala.
Mr. J. C. Gamage returned to Zuber
Monday after a visit down in the
southern portion of the state with
Mr. E. C. McLeod had the misfortune
to lose his house by fire Tuesday week.
The fire occurred at 1 o'clock. Mr. Me
Leod was away and his children were
at khool. Many efforts were made to
save the building but as the wind was
high the fire had gained too great
headway before anyone could reach it
Mr. Flem Turner arrived upon the
scene first and made a valiant effort to
save some of the furniture.
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle returned
Monday from Ocala, where she spen
the week end with her family and
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Sullivan of Zolfo,
have moved back to Kendrlck and their
many friends are glad to welcome them
among us again.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Baxter entertain
ed Saturday night week In honor of
their guest. Miss Webber of Ocala.
Dancing was enjoyed until 10 o'clock
and then the guests were invited into
the dining room, where lovely refresh
ments were served. Those present
were Misses Minnie, Amanda and Ruby
Spencer, Dolly Webber, Lora and Leon
Brooks, Martha and Belle McLeod and
Messrs. P. E. Spencer, Roy Gates, Paul
McLeod. Clarence- Tongue, Walter
Boyd and Flem Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford C. Webb left
Monday to visit friends in Gainesville.
Farmers are planting tomatoes, can
taloupes and watermelons.
Messrs. Turner and Tiller are ship
Mr. and Mrs. McGehee entertained
last Wednesday night at their home in
Zuber. Dancing was enjoyed until a
late hour and then the guests were in
vlted into the dining room, where
dainty refreshments were served. Those
enjoying this pleasant occasion were
Mr. and Mrs. IL M. Baxter, Misses Mln
tile, Amanda and Ruby Spencer and
Martha Belle McLeod and Messrs. Wal
ter, Boyd and Flem Turner, Roy Gates
P. E. Spencer, Paul McLeod. The guests
bid their host and hostess good-night
at an early hour. Not many will for
jget the pleasant evening spent with
Mr. and Mrs. McGehee.
The Kendrlck Literary Society met
afriday with the following program:
Minutes by the secretary.
Recitation Clarence Langford.
Recitation Lena Parker.
"Recitation Aubrey Brooks.
Recitation Willie Wallace.
Dialogue Leone Brooks, Ruth Jen Jensen,
sen, Jensen, Bessie Mae Finley, Marguerite
Jensen, Angle Guthery, Bessie Wright.
Flewellen Alin, Vernon Rawls and
Recitation Leah Jensen.
Recitation Timothy Loose.
Recitation Mary Loose.
Recitation Raymond Rawls.
Recitation Ruth Jensen.
Recitation Ruby Spencer.
Reading Minnie Spencer.
Debate: Resolved, That Florida
-should have a compulsory school law.
Affirmative, Paul McLeod, Kinsler
"Finley; negative, Martha Belle McLeod,
The Judges were Misses Minnie Lee
Carlisle, Sallie Howell and Bertha
Guthery. The negative side won.
Martha Belle McLeod, Mrs. John
Webb and Miss Julia Webb left for
Ocala Monday afternoon.
Mr. E. C McLeod and family wish to
express their thanks to the many kind
ladles of Zubr and Kendrlck during
their recent unfortunate misfortune.
Master Paul McLeod was a visitor to
Ocala Saturday to welcome his uncle,
Mr. XL M. Carter of New Orleans, La.,
back, to Florida again. He has accept accepted
ed accepted a position with his brother, Mr. T. C.
Carter in his business in Ocala
Mrs. Whitehead and little Theodore
Whitehead were visitors to Ocala last
Mrs. Rosa Winmill was the hostess
of a lovely dance given at her home
last Friday night. Dancing was en en-Joyed
Joyed en-Joyed by all till a late hour, when all
the -guests bid their hostess good goodnight
night goodnight with Joyful hearts, wishing for
another joyful occasion soon again.
Those present were Misses Sallie How Howell.
ell. Howell. Minnie and Amanda Spencer. Mar Martha
tha Martha Belle McLeod. Annie Laurie and
Vida Parker, Lora Brooks. Barbara
Waters. Huth and Isabelle Blowers.
Ruth Smith. Eunice Bray of Ocala and
Messrs. Frank Early, I Sherouse of
Irvine, Roy Gates of Ocala, P. E. Spen
cer, Alorizo and Julian Ray, Kensler
and Ellison Finley. Harvey Waters,
Charlie Owen3. Bob Martin, Flem,
Boyd and Walter Turner, Charlie Nir,
Mr. Bent and Mr. Lewis.
Please do not write on both side3 of
the paper. Linotype Operator.
COL. THOMAS P. LLOYD
(Special to the Star)
Inverness, Feb. 20. CoL T. P. Lloyd,
an old Confederate veteran, well known
throughout the state, and one of the
best attorneys and citizens of the com
monwealth, died here yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon after an Illness of two months,
from Bright's disease.
Deceased leaves a widow and four
children, two sons and two daughters,
all prominent in social circles, to mourn
his loss. ".
Col. Lloyd distinguished himself In
the last campaign by seconding the
nomination of CoL Roosevelt at Chi
cago, he being the only Confederate
soldier of prominence who did so. For
this, he was subjected to much adverse
and favorable criticism.
THE UXIOX REVIVAL 3IEETIXGS
Committees are busy getting things
in shape for the opening of the ."Bob1
Jones revival meetings next Sunday.
Collier Bros, big new warehouse has
been secured and the first floor will be
fitted up as the central auditorium.
Provision will be made to seat 1000
persons. A platform erected 25x15 feet
will be used for the speakers and
chorus. Seats will be provided thereon
for 100 singers. All who can and will
assist in the chorus work are cordially
Invited to do so.
Rev. Mr. Jones, accompanied by his
wife and baby will arrive during the
day Saturday. They will have rooms
at the Harrington. Other assistants
will arrive probably on Friday, for
whom board has been secured with Mr.
T. M. Moore. The usual services will
be held in all the churches Sunday at
11 o'clock. Union service Sunday night
at the Methodist church, This arrange
ment has been made necessary on ac
count of the fact that the cement floor
of the warehouse will not be hard
enough to permit of platform building
before Sunday. For the comfort of at
tendants, the floor will be thickly cov
ered with dry sawdust. Plenty of lights
will be provided and heaters. A letter
from Mr. Jones received Wednesday
states that they are having a great
meeting in the Pennsylvania State Col College,
lege, College, "more than 100 men besides wo women
men women and children having applied for
membership" during the first week.
Christians of all denominations are
cordially invited to cooperate in the
work. Sinners of every style and shape
and size and experience, whether in the
church or out, will be made heartily
welcome, and we trust so uncomforta uncomfortable,
ble, uncomfortable, and disgusted with sin as to quit
not the services, but sinning.
J. B. Ley,
For the Committee.
TO BAR COLORED TEAS
Washington, Feb. 18. The United
States will continue barring all color colored
ed colored teas from this country during the
new tea season beginning May 1, and
the treasury department will continue
to use the Read test for detecting col coloring
oring coloring matter, it was announced today.
And why, play, should "colored teas"
be barred? Why not? It is claimed
on good scientific authority that cer
tain pigments used in coloring teas by
enterprising Orientals are deleterious
to health whose health? Why, to the
health of consumers, of course. The
writer used to buy "his'n" blended.
There was Oolong, and Ooshort, and
green and black, and ping tang. "Pink
teas" are great tea consumers, and "4
o'clock" and "5 o'clocks." After the
devil has "euchered" whist clubs and
bridge clubs into the absurd convic
tion that there's "no harm in cards,"
they proceed to drench their "Inards"
with a concoction made from "pizen "pizen-ed"
ed" "pizen-ed" tea leaves. Of course "your Uncle
Samuel" must parentally guard the
palates of folks who have neither
enough sense to see the harm in cards,
nor good enough morals to shun the
godless pastime. The aforesaid scien scientific
tific scientific experts have determined that in
colored teas there is sufficient poison,
to seriously injure the digestion of
those who are weak in the middle
story, "provided continued, habitual,
chronic, constant and intemperate use
of such tea be Indulged for any long
period of years especially if there is
hereditary weakness in the region of
the solar plexus! Hence governmental
While the general government is
in the barring business, it would act
decidedly in the interest of good health
and good morals if "red licker" could
come under its benignant ban or for
that matter 1Icker" of any other color,
The "amber" sort, the "red" sort, the
"pale" sort, have all been scientifically
proven to be deleterious to the middle
story, the lower story and the top story
of a man, a woman, a child or a hog
gravitating the whole bloomin' menag menagerie
erie menagerie toward the "pen," the puddle, the
cemetery and the pit. "Uncle Sam" has
been made duly and frequently aware
of the facts in the case and should have
acted long ago would have done so
too. In all probability, but for the fact
that the devil has got him duped into
the conviction that he couldn't run
this government, and protect his num numerous
erous numerous progeny of infant industries,
without the revenue which his color colored
ed colored likers pay. If Ching Wat Song
should offer J400.000.000 annually to
have the "bars" against "rainbow"
teas removed, and such teas were as
popular with bibulous bipeds of the
male persuasion as are rainbow "lick "lick-ers,"
ers," "lick-ers," it is seriously questionable
whether "interstate commerce" or in international
ternational international comity (whatever that Is)
would not be Invoked to remove the
"bars" In the Interest of "bars." But
us are making progress. Messrs. Webb
& Kenyon are about to put up some
state bars, by which means we will
soon be "going some" in the direction
of national barriers against all kinds
of "pizened" drinks, the alcoholic kind
not excepted. So mote it be.
J. B. Ley.
Ocala, Feb. 19, 1913.
A real washing machine on exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition In the old Air Dome on Oklawaha
avenue, opposite court house. Ocala,
Fla.- We invite the public to come
and see us demonstrate the machine,
ltw JOHN DEISCH,
Representing the Royal : Laundry Ma Machine
chine Machine Co., Constantine,' Mich.
SOME FIXES MACHINES FOR SALE
We have a brand new, 25-inch Chand Chandler
ler Chandler & Price paper cutter and a seven seven-column
column seven-column stereotyping outfit, complete
except furnace, taken, "n with another
shop. Will sell either or both cheap
for cash. Write at once If intersVa.
Ocaia Star. Ocala, Fla.
The Woman's Club is ambitious to
bring an artist in some line to Ocala
every year. Two years ago it brought
Madame Labadie in Ibsen's "A Doll's
House," a classical production. Last
year, Maude Powell, the greatest wom woman
an woman violinist in the world. This year it
offers an elocutionist of rare ability,
Miss Georgia Ray McMillan, who will
appear at the Temple Friday night in
Stories of Child Life" and "Plantation
Stories." She charms both old and
young and we are bringing her on Fri Friday
day Friday night so the children can go. We
ask your patronage, not to make mon
ey for the club, but to make it possi possible
ble possible to continue to bring these artists.
The club made not a cent from Madame
Labadie, not as much from Maude
Powell as its moving picture show, and
we present Miss McMillan not as a
money making undertaking, but that
we may have the opportunity to hear
an artist of charm and ability.
Proran Part One
The Job Hunter Harris Dickson
At the Concert Edmond Vance Cook
Almost Beyond Endurance
James Whitcomb Riley
Why, Muzzer, Why?. .Betty Sage
The Peace Offering...,
A Bit of Domestic Art ......
Georgia Ray MacMIllan
Amusing Incidents and Songs Collected
from Plantations of the Middle South
and the Rice Fields. (Low country
Skeezicks Geo. Randolph Chester
Cradle Song........ Louis Ledoux
(M. S. Musical setting by Elizabeth
Days of Bumby ...Mrs. Heyward
(Low country dialect)
Mother and Mammy.. Howard Weeden
Mammy's Little Baby Boy.... ...
Tickets are on sale at the Court
Pharmacy and the Temple Theater
Down stairs will be 75c; upstairs, 50c.
A FLORIDA IMITATION
OF JARXDYCE & JARNDYCE
(Jacksonville Metropolis, 19)
The Clarence G. Leitner case in
bankruptcy, which was instituted in
Ocala December 4, 1899, and which has
been pending ever since, having been
In the hands of four referees, two of
whom are now dead, was closed today
by the filing of the final reports of the
fourth referee, Charles S. Adams, of
The closing of the case does not af
fect the indebtedness of Leitner, ex
cept insofar, as the proceeds paid the
indebtedness since no application for
discharge has ever been made, and the
whereabouts of Leitner have for many
years been unknown.
Not a creditor received a cent, and
the total assets, $262.70, to a penny,
went to pay the costs of the case
leaving the $8,451.75 due the creditors
Leitner's other indebtedness, if any,
now stands settled by the statue of
Clarence G. Leitner was a merchant
at Ocala. His creditors attempted to
force him into bankruptcy. He sat
still and let them fight it out for
twenty-four years, through four ref
erees and one trustee, G. g. Scott be
The attorneys for the creditors fail failed
ed failed to agree to anything. Leitner, evi
dently tiring of the matter, settled his
part of it by disappearing, and for
years it has not been known whether
he is even alive.
Mcintosh, Feb. 19. Miss Lilly Walk-
up spent Wednesday in Gainesville.
Truckers are busy shipping lettuce
and cabbage. If it was bringing i
good price they would be more en
couraged to raise other vegetables and
more of them.
Miss Mary Steele, who has been Miss
Catherin Farra's guest for the past six
weeks, left for her home near Lexing'
ton, Ky., Monday.
One of our citizens can boast of a
full bearing strawberry patch, which
are readily selling at 25c. per quart
and that lucky man is Mr. W. M. Gist
Morriston, Feb. 19. Miss Effie Carl
ton accompanied by her sister, Mrs
Robert Lennon returned to her home at
Bowling Green Tuesday.
Mrs. George and Mrs. Clarke drove
over to Blitchton Monday afternoon.
The Morriston Junior High School
will close the 28th of February with
an elaborate program.
Mr. Arthur Fant went on a business
trip to Wade one day last week.
Mr. J. B. Harrell attended the play
"Freckles" at Ocala Friday night.
Miss Edith Hendrix spent Saturday
and Sunday at Romeo. While there
she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Peterson of New
Berlin, N. C, parents of Mrs. H. Len Lennon,
non, Lennon, are spending a while here.
Quite a number of young folks from
here attended the Robinsonlan choral
club entertainment at the home of Mr,
and Mrs. W. E. McArthur at Mont Mont-brook
brook Mont-brook last Wednesday evening, and
also the apron and tie party given at
the school house Friday evening.
Mrs. J. L Walker and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Mildred spent the day in town one
day last week.
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I want to borrow $2500. Security
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XO NEED TO STOP WORK
When the doctor orders you to stop
work it staggers you. I can't, you say.
You know you are weak, rnn. down
and failing in health day by day, but
you must work as long as you can
stand. What you need is Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters to give you tone, strength and
vlfor to your system, to prevent break
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Every bottle Is guaranteed to satisfy.
Only SOcC at Ty dings & Co. Adv.
"From the Manger to the Cross,'
Temple tonight. Adv.
Many beautiful pieces of hand hand-painted
painted hand-painted china at Burnett, the jewel jeweler's.
er's. jeweler's. Ad.
FOR SALE Two-cylinder Maxwell
runabout. 1912 model In perfect condl-
dition and fully equipped. Price, 375.
Address, Box 404. Ocala, Fla. l-5-7td
Temple Pietore Skow
Your last chance to see "From the
Manger to the Cross," the most beau
tiful feature that ever came to Ocala.
Night show at 7:30 and 9:15. Satur
day matinee and night a special Wash
ington birthday program has been ar arranged.
ranged. arranged. There will be six reels, aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and night, also Miss Eleanor
Cameron, the girl with the captivating
voice, in a special colonial act. This
young lady is in the class with the
Trojan Trio and has been singing with
them in Tampa, so that Is a guarantee
of her ability. The amateurs will also
appear Saturday night. Prices, 5 and
The Mill ef the God
One of the greatest pictures ever
shown in Ocala, "The Mills of the
Gods" at yesterday's matinee at the
Ideal was witnessed by a large and
appreciative audience of ladies and
children who were delightfully fasci fascinated
nated fascinated with the superb and clever act acting
ing acting of the Vitagraph players. A great
many ladies voluntarily came forward
and complimented the Ideal's manage
ment on securing this strong and emo
tional picture. Owing to the rain this
magnificent production was not wit witnessed
nessed witnessed by a very large audience last
night and at the special request of a
great many of Its patrons, the man management
agement management of the Ideal has decided to
repeat this splendid three-reel feature
picture this afternoon and tonight.
From the Manger to the Croa ta Fine
Inspite of the very bad weather, over
a hundred people saw "From the Man
ger to the Cross", last night, and ev everybody
erybody everybody praised it. The pictures were
taken right on the ground rendered so
memorable by the life of Christ nine nineteen
teen nineteen centuries ago, and the '"actors
were clothed in the garb of the people,
which has changed very little if any in
that time. In the audience were some
of our Syrian friends, who visited
Jerusalem and Galilee before leaving
their native land for America, and
they were deeply affected to see so
many familiar scenes in the pictures.
Sixty People and a Half
"The Newlyweds and Their Baby" is
the latest addition to the class of car cartoon
toon cartoon comedies and it may be truthfully
termed a big success. The company is
a large one, composed of 60 people,
the "Va," of course, being the "Baby"
played by Earle Knapp. The show is
in two acts and four scenes, the finale
of the first act proving a most distinct
Innovation. The credit of the book
goes to Aaron Hoffman and Paul West,
and the dialogue, extra characters and
situations they have" supplied to help
make "The Newlyweds and Their
Baby" Into a play, constitute a com combination
bination combination which has proven highly satr
Isfactory to theatergoers where the
play has been seen. The music is by
Seymour Brown, Nat D. Ayer and Jno.
W. Bratton, There are s'xteen musi musical
cal musical numbers, counting' the finale of
the second act, all of which contain
whistleable popularity but the ones
sure to obtain distinctive hits are
"Boogie Boo," "Loving Time," "Every
Baby Is a Sweet Bouquet" and "Can't
You See I Love You?" "Boogie Boo"
as given by Eaulalie Young and the
"Eight Pouter Pigeons," Is without a
doubt one of the most entertaining
features of the piece. The scenic em embellishments
bellishments embellishments of both acts are entire entirely
ly entirely adequate and the costuming of the
company Is worthy of special mention.
The gowns of Mrs. Newlywed and the
Newlywed girls are of the stunning
variety. Earle Knapp makes an In Individual
dividual Individual hit as Napoleon Newlywed,
the baby. Lew Williams is a laugh laughing
ing laughing hit as the German waiter, while
the entire cast and chorus are entire?
ly adequate. The play will be seen at
the Temple Theater, Tuesday, Feb. ?5.
ill is 11
The at Relas Shows Will be Here All
Week After Next, Under Auspice
of the Moose
The coming of the Nat Reiss Shows to
present carnival attractions in Ocala
during the week commencing Monday,
March 3rd, under the auspices of the
Moose, Lodge No. 699, will mark an
epoch In the world of amusement and
TUESDAY, FEB. 25 lb.
The Merry Musical
60 1-2 PEOPLE 601r2
75 per cent of 'em GIRLS
The Biggest and Best Musical
Drama Coming to Ocala
PRICES 50c 75c $1.09 and $1.50
Tickets on Sale at Court
VE CAN SUPPI1 YOU WITH
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MATINEE at 3:30
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A Grand KALEM Feature in Five Reels
Costing 8100,000 to reproduce. Indorsed by both press
and public. This feature was shown to hundreds of peo people
ple people in Jacksonville and Tampa, and hundreds were turn turned
ed turned away. It has only been shown in those two cities
and Ocala is the first small city to see it.
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MATINEE AND NIGHT ONLY
So don't fail to see it on one of these days or you will
regret it, for it is not a regular service feature, but one
that will live a long time in your memory.
4 FOUH REEL
entertainment that will be Important
to all lovers of out-door amusements.
The introduction of the carnival as
a place of amusement, with, its varied
shows, all of which are of a high stand standard,
ard, standard, strictly clean and moral, and with
the many riding devices and mechan mechanical
ical mechanical features, make it an ideal place
for all who are, seeking enjoyment.
, The Nat Reiss Shows have ever been
noted for the cleanliness and morality
of their attractions, -They come to us
this season very much epjarged, hyr
ing added many new features.
The King Edward Jungle,' or. trained
animal show, is the largest in the
country, having imported three of
Europe's most sensational acts for this
season's tour. The slx-ljon act, as
presented by the daring young lady.
Princess Dixie, is a feature, this be being
ing being the largest number of lions ever
presented in one act.
The leopard's feast Is another strong
feature, showing the power of man
over savage beast. The German ani animal
mal animal trainer, Captain Hiltbrunner, in introduces
troduces introduces his happy family, consisting
of pumas, panthers, hyenas and dogs.
There are also performances by pan panthers,
thers, panthers, leopards, ponies, bear s, dogs,
goats and monkeys.
The menagerie alone is worth a
visit, comparing favorably with those
carried by the large circuses. The
animal show is just one of many high high-class
class high-class shows. There are shows to uit
all tastes for amusement. It requires
thirty double-length cars to transport
thfs vast aggregation.
Elaborate preparations are now be being
ing being made for the lighting facilities,
and this will enable all who attend t-tf
view the free acts to the best possi possible
ble possible advantage.
SpifEipUE: FOB THE 8EASO!f
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Of tbe Theatrical Attraction Booked
- for the Temple
19th and 20th. From the Manger to
the Cross. (Moving pictures).
21st Miss Georgia Ray McMillen,
Feb. 25 Newlyweds and Their Baby.
March 7th Home talent,
auspices of Ocala Woman's Club.
March 10 Human Hearts.
March 11 The Man, the Girl and the
March 25 Evan?' Honey Boy Min Minstrels.
strels. Minstrels. SUPPER AT THE SPRINGS
There will be a box supper given at
the Smoak hotel, Silver Springs, Feb.
25th, for the purpose of raising money
to buy an organ for the Sunday school.
All are invited to attend.
J. II. Keape, Supt.
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This Is the season or ti.e year when
mothers feel very much concerned
over the frequent colds contracted by
their children, and have abundant rea
son for it as every cold weakens the
lungs, lowers the vitality and paves
the way for the more serious diseases
that so often follow. Chamberlain's
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really need it. It is earning 4 per cent, interest. The in interest
terest interest is added to the principal each three months. I do
not have to worry about losing either interest'or principal.
The bank is accommodating and on several occasions
has given me some excellent advice. I have saved more
in a few months than in all the rest of my life.
Many of my friends have started savings accounts If
any one asks me the best way to save, I say,
TOE WAV TO SAVE-HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
Is arriving daily, and wo are displaying this season some of the
smartest creations to be found in
STREET and DRESS HATS
The date for our formal spring: opening will be announced later.
Watch for it.
Mm Works From Sim to Sun,
Woman's Work is Never
At one time this was true, but the
abor saving machinery that men use
today makes it unnecessary for them
to work from sun to sun; and they ac accomplish
complish accomplish a great deal more a great
There is still a biggor difference in
the change of the woman's work who
uses modern cooking utensils, such as
Is found In our store. Not only can
her work be done quicker, but more
pleasantly and easier. tQ say nothing
of the difference In the results of her
Vie have One of the
in the State, Without
li it H I
kinci that do nt tarnish, and there are pretty dark
green and blue ones, and many other triors and
shadesand all of the different shapes and trimmings.
.We' will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
McIVER & McKAY
I THE FURHITURE AND HOUSE FURKISHIHGS STORE
Account at The Commercial
convinced I have struck thej
For some purposes., you want tin-
ware, for others, granite ware; again
copper and enameled ware or wooden
ware. We have every article you
want and the way you want It.
Taklns? into consideration the small
expense or a properly equippea Kitpn-
en, the amount of time you spend in
it, and how much depends upon your
nftvinrvn,. Mr. ff nr.i tn have
the proper utensils for the work.
Prettiest Line of Beds
Excepting any Firm.
We carry over fifty differ different
ent different styles, and nearly as
raauy different prices.
There are handsome white
enamelled with little or no
bras trimmings, then there
are solid brass be(ls, the
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
White Closer Flour Is better,
ley-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. -Ad.
llr. A. R. Griffin of Anthony was In
the city today.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy.- Adv.
SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 1-5
Mr. Ed Dreyfoua of the Annex Is vis visiting
iting visiting friends In Jacksonville.
An elegant line of rings, bracelets
and pins a.t Burnett's. -Ad.
Dr. Percy F. Lisk and wife of Fort
McCoy "were In town today.
"From the Manger
Temple tonight. -Adv.
to the Cross,"
Postmaster J. 1L Pegram of Orange
Springs was in town today.
Stop coughing by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Shoe polish. We have anything you
need for .shoes in stock at the Court
Mr. L. M. Keene, Miss Stelja, $$.
Keene and Mr. L. P. Larsen and wife
of Fremont, Neh., are at" the Ocala
AGENTS WANTED 55 to $7 daily
selling new fibre brooms; 100 per cent
profit; every woman will buy. Begin
canvass at once. Sample by express,
30 cents Wynne -Broom Co., Elmira,
N. Y. X 2-18-6td
mpson, an energetie and
courteoas yung business man from
Gainesvjlle,has eliarge of Mr, Rivers'
h a bad ash e iS st o f eT
Mrs, Jessie Haycraft has returned
from, her Visit to Atlanta and other
cities, where she selected a pretty line
of spring goods for Haycraft & De De-Camp's
Camp's De-Camp's millinery store.
Are you going to take a bath,? Then
go to the Court Tharmacy and get a
bar of Beck's hard water soap, only
ten cents per cake, Adv.
Beek 3 hard water soap, ten cents-
per cake Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Miss Georgia Ray McMillan will be
at the Temple Theater Friday night
and you will miss a treat if you do not
hear her. as she is one of the greatest
impersonators on the stage. Miss Mc
Millan will appear unier -the? auspj&ea
of the Woman's Club.
Mr. and Mjs. R -E-- Tong'S have -gone
to Jacksonville to see their son, Mr, R.
E. Yonge, Jr., who has had a turn for
the worse. Mr. Yonge has been in bed
most of the time for the last year and
Mr. Jos, W. Dodge has returned from
a visit to Jacksonville. He has dis
posed of his business interests in that
city, and will now give all his time to
his work In Ocala. Mr. Dodge intends
to bring his family to this city and b
come a voter in Marion county.
The. MH of the GimIh at tbe Ideal
today, matinee and night. No wait be
tween actw. One price all tbe ttme, 5
and 1 centviAdv.
The Phi 8igma. girls are practicing
steadily fpr-thelr frame with Gaines-
vllle Saturday, and tirpeople should j
encourage them with liberal patronage
for tne game.
Mr. Chas. F. Flipnen Is proudly
showing his frUnds the fine, double-Mst
barreled, hammlrless Baker shdteun.
which was sentihim a day or so ako as
his Field and Stream, prize for laftding
the big fish out,5f the O.klawaharjver
a few months ago. It is a SDlendid erun
land Mr. Flippen is longing to try it on
"Mr, and Mrs. John 'Rogers were In
town today-from. their Arcadian home
at Lynne, and pronounce everything
I peaceful and flourishing in that favor-
Beck's hard water soap, ten eents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. -Adv.
i .9ra. lwa .omr., an i, hin?
I JV"H WB o jit,.,, wov.
I rapidly filled with furniture. This
building is a genuine case of a phoenix,
arising from its ashes. It has been put
i up in recoru nine ttuu is vi& jiupruvc'"
Lont tn th hnaintj, lrtok. of that r,-rt
Th Yfllla nf 4h Riuia mt h HmI
today, matinee and nlgfct. No wait be
tnren acts. One price all the time, 5
id 10 cent. Adv.
Mr. E. G. Rivers Is yet at Clearwa-
;tep. recuperating from a spell of slek
ness, but nts nanasome ana weu ap-
pointed store in the" Harrington block
Mr. N. Elsenberg, a commercial trav-
Yjeler for a big Savannah house, is In the
X I city. Mr. Eisenberg has been active in
organizing a post of the Travelers
sava Ano la i i n o- Instituted in Tlkp
association in Ocala. We have enough
traveling men who make their homes
Mr. Ed. L Wartmann, who was an
interested participant at the Board of
titrffeant at the Board of
X Trade smoker Tuesday night, had not
t Kt h
if In tho Staf 1mmi!itlv nftPT sun.
... Qt t,i hrrvl t ritra h hmp
.... -r TTr?f .7 t .w"v.
it i si ii rw i t r im i n i rt mi i i i rx im. w
third f a century ago,
Then he walk'
it took him four hours j this
time ne roae Denma nis
irl ila rtwn pn?lri(
Wart man'" likes the auto, and the good
road that allowa the auto to be of use.
Tom. thacolored porter at the Coast
Line stajtiou, 13 greatly worried be
cause semepoaj naa sioien me pusn pusn-cart
cart pusn-cart in vhieh'tlie mail is carried from
the postof flee jto, the station. Tom
thinks some person with a pair of
twins wanted it for a baby carriage.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents I
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
EGGS FOR SALE
Barred Plymouth Rock and Indian
Runner duck eggs. SI per setting. II.
Hlg Crowd Went to the Wood mar Sale
L Today ;
Judging by the crowd that went to
Wood mar today, the sale : must have
bee na big success.
At 10 o'clock this morning, the Coast
Line platform was crowded with peo people
ple people waiting for the train, and when the
engine and two coaches backed dowrU
It was seen that there were not enough
to hold the ladies alone. After some
delay, another eoach was secured, with
two box cars, which were hastily
equipped with benches ana chairs, and
this train, with a freight caboose on
behind, and every car crowded, and
everybody in a fine good humor, pull pulled
ed pulled out for the lake at 10:45.
TremeadoBA Sncccmt la Securing Mem Member
ber Member for the Board of Trade
Following are the applications for
membership In the Board of Trade se secured
cured secured today: F. G. R Weihe, C. I Sis Sis-trunk,
trunk, Sis-trunk, W. M. Gober, C. U. Gaines and
the Collier brothers.
REPEATED BY REQUEST
The Thrilling Modern Drama. "The
Mill of tbe God," at the Ideal.
Today 3:30 Tonight 6i43
Repeated by request of those who
attended yesterday's performances.
Ask them about it. No wait between
acts. One price all the time 5 and 10
AXXVAl .MEETIXQ MARION MARION-COUNTY
COUNTY MARION-COUNTY HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION
The annual meeting of the Marion
County Hospital Association for the
election of officers for the ensuing
year will be held at o'clock p. m.,
Tuesday, March 11th, 1913, at the hos hospital.
pital. hospital. T. T. Munroe, President
Attest: J. E. Chace, Secretary.
RANKS WILL OBSERVE I
Saturday, Feb. 22rd, being a legal
holiday, the banks of the city will
close for business on that day.
The Ocala National Bank,
The Commercial Bank.
The Munroe & Cnambllss Bank.
PHETTV WORK IN THE K. OF P.
The K. of p. had some pretty work
at their Monday night meeting. Messrs.
Emmett Robinson, A. Slott and E. L.
Howell took the page's degree and the
rank of esquire was conferred on
Messrs. A. E. Bower and R. M. Curtiss.
The lodge was aided in the work by
Mr, E. F, Hoyt. of Birmingham, who Is
visiting the city in the interest of the
insurance rank of the order. Five new
applications were received.
RASTERX STAR MEETING
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O.
E. S, meets
Friday, 3 p
IU,, JWIlges HiJU, regular I
CHANCE TO BUY DELICIOUS CAXDY
A committee of ladies from the "Wo "Woman's
man's "Woman's Club will sell candy at thne Tem Temple
ple Temple theater tomorrow night.
An elegant line o2 lawyers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired. Just received at the Star
WORLD'S ALMANAC AT BALLARD'S
.New, 1913 World's Almanac, Just re
ceived; 35 cents at Ballard's News
DR. W. K. .LANE
Specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
uince. Law uorary wag., ucaia, ao.
A heart-shaped, solid gold locket
on the streets of, Ocala Monday,
Monogram initials E. V. S. Reward
will be paid for its return to W. W
Stripling or this office.
Palmer s toilet articles can be found
at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Fine watches In any style for ladles
and gentlemen at any price desired, at
A. E. Burnett's. Ad.
HOUSE FOR RENT NIce large
nouse in nrst wara on iortn Thira
street. Large lot; rent reasonable. Ap-
ply to S' S' Savage, Jr. 1-28-tf
low Drices and reliable
quality have brought ua the largest
1 .... . .. .. ..
cnuaren s snoe traae in me city. a. is.
s In tl
The Mill of the God at the Ideal
today, matinee and nUtht. Xo wait be-
tirrtn act. One nrlee all the time. 5
and 10 cents-Adv.
For a sprain you will find Chamber-
excellent. It allays
the nain. removes the soreness, and
soon restores the parts ta a healthy
condition. 25 and 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Adv.
and filled chains, the best for
the money, and guaranteed as repre
I .r. . a x m M
Gerig's Drug Stores at 25c and guar-
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
I "From the Manger to
Temple tonight. Adv,
If you have dTy spensf attacks of
momentary blindness, with ringing
noises in the ears it is an unfailing
I n n,,..-
" rZV.Jl Bot, 23c Size Lemoa Extract. .20c
which brings on some
neglected. Herhine is a powerful
"er tuu' il Vut' o..
tivtty into the liver, purifies the bow
els and restores a feeling- of health,
visor and cheerfulness. Price 50c
Sold br all druggists. Adv.
J ....... .....v--v.v.v
10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Party Given for Y!!tor by Mrs!
Carney :': :';
Wednesday aftepoon Mrs. EL K Car Carney
ney Carney gave her second party during the
week, this time Entertaining for three
very attractive and-popular visitors,
Mrs. B. W. Mirasnirs. Carney Mims,
her house guests from Kentucky, and
Mrs. DeWitjUBle w of Sayreyille,
Receiving at the "front door were
Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, Mrs. Edward
Holder and Mrs. John Williams of
South Carolina. Mrs. G. S. Scott in invited
vited invited the guests into the parlor, where
Mrs. Carney, Mrs. Mims. Mrs. Blew,
Mrs. T. & Kyle and her guest, Mrs. C.
A. Lyerfy received. Mrs. Carney Mims
and Mrs. John Taylor stood between
the parlor and library and greeted each
after which Mrs. W. V. Newsom in
vited the guests Into the librarr.
When all had arrived pretty tallies
were passed and the players soon found
their places at the six tables and 'the
games of whist were begun. On the
tables were chocolate bon-bons, which
were enjoyed while playing.
At the conclusion of the games ice
cream, cake, eoffee and cheese straws
were served. The coffee was poured
by Mrs. Newsom, who sat at the din
ing table and on each cup was placed
a bunch of pansies. i
Mrs. Carney's guests included beside'
the ones already mentioned, Mrs. Ray-j
mond 'Bullock, Mrs. George Blitch, Mrs.
M. J. Roess. Mrs. W. H. Hocker. Mrs.
M. FisheL Mrs. Kelley. Mrs. Stovall.
Mrs. G. K. Sullivan,-Mrs. J. D. Robert
son, Miss Jennie Hohenberg, Mrs. Mar-!
cus Frank, Mrs. Jake Brown, Misses
Minnie Stovall aid Elizabeth Newsom.
Jottephiar llullnek Entertained at
. w hut ;
inis arternoon at 3 o clock liss
Josephine Bullock was the iovalj:
young hostess of pretty .whist party
which was given." iacompliment to Mrs
naymona uoux, a cnarming young
matron, who with her husband are
spending their honeymoon in Ocala
With their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
brary, where Miss Bullock entertained
her guests, were artistically decorated
with quantities of pansies, violets,
roses and salvia. The chandeliers were
twined with asparagus fern and a
shower of cupids and hearts fell
gracefully around them.
Mrs. Raymond Bullock met her
daughter's guests at the front door
and Miss Bullock and Mrs. Goux re received
ceived received them Informally in the parlor.
Four tables were placed for the
games of whist and the congenial six
teen players spent two hours most de delightfully.
lightfully. delightfully. Scores were marked on red
hatchets adorned with a shower of
hearts and falling from the handle, all
of which was suggestive of Washing
ton's birthday. ; To the best player of
the afternoon was given a pretty
rrnhetf! nnin nnrs anil iha hnnnr
guest was presented a white crochet
card case, while to the one making the
lowest score was given a crochet clov
er jabot. After the pleasant games the
hostess assisted by her sister. Miss
Musie Bullock, and Mrs. C. E. Ahearn,
served her guests to cream chicken on
toast, olives, stuffed dates, manquet
wafers, after which was served grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit salad with whipped .cream .and
cherries. In the library Mrs. J. D. Rob
ertson sat at a prettily appointed ta-
ble decorated with Tioiets and pour
ed coffee, which was handed to the
juests as they came in, with mints.
Miss Bullock's guests included Mrs.
Goux, Mrs. Robertson, Mrs. Ahearn,
Mrs. Edward Holder, Misses Rhoda
Uddon, JLucile Robinson, Hope Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, Emma Nelson, Marie .von Engel Engel-ken,
ken, Engel-ken, Adele Bittinger, Muriel Bittihger,
Kathleen Jackson, ;Minnie Stovall,
Rosebud Robinson, Gertie Peyser,
Frances Chambers, Annie Atkinson and
Mrs Fred Robinson, Mrs. W. V. New
som. Mrs, John Williams of South Car
olina. Dr. Goux Joined the players in
1 time to enjoy the delicious refresh-
Miss Lucile Robinson will entertain
tomorrow afternoon at an informal
whist party in honor of her sister, Mrs.
Raymond Goux, of Detroit, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. I M. McFarland of
Memphis Tenn are at the Harrington
for an indefinite stay. They have been
at Leesburg but came to Ocala to en-
jo our excellent golf course.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp and their
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie -Johnson
of Chicago, Miss Nurney of Virginia,
an Mr. W. B. Taylor of Gainesville,
returned today from tneir nshing trip
Mr. Lowrie Robinson of Jacksonville,
who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs
Tea Kooinson tne tore part oi me
week, has returned home.
Numbered among those going to
J Woodmar this morning In cars were
J-r. ana 3irs. j. j. erig wun cwo
rrienas, .Mr. ana Mrs. Clarence tamp
Pare Home Made Lard per can. .30c
Cream of Wheat .15c
l??11 5S. H ,nox SoaP-
a ids. mie noose ionee.
Six Bars Expost Borax Soap aoc
2 Cans H-U. Ocean Gem Salmon. 23c
2 Cans Sunbeam Salmon 35c
3 Pkgs. Jello or Ice Cream Pwdr.25c
3 Cans Hominy 25c
2 Cans Sunbeam Shrimp. 25c
1-lb. Pkg. Sunbeam Soda oc
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Mince Meat. .25c
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes. .25c
1 Pkc. Sunbeam Oatmeal 10c
1 Bottle Sunbeam Boiled Cider. .35c
U-lb Van Houten's Cocoa. .... .25c
, e7, T ' -,
i 1 Bot. 25c Size Vanila Extract. .20c
1 lb. Cracker Boy Coffee ,30c
1 lb. White House Coffee. ..... .40c
2 lbs. White House Coffee. .... -75c
1 Glass Beachnut Bacon ...... .35c
1 Glass Beachnut Beef .35c
1 Can Beachnut Beans. .10c
Beachnut Peanut Butter 10c 15c 25c
Beachnnt U -Dint Catsup .
AlTnnl.nn Innlo Toll
I Beachnut Apple JeUf .15c
S j Beachnut Quince, Red Currant
I and Grape (indmauai sizej..iuc
y. Beachnut Cran
$ 9 Ponad Meal
Beachnut Cranberry Ssauce
. -f 1.0O
, .f 1.00
13 Wfcele RIee
17 Foaads Japan It ice . '.
W 0 Mi E 1
The workers of New York last year add-
V ed $67,289,000 to the aggregate of their sav-
: t i i j
lugs umiK. ueposits.
What did you save?
One Dollar opens an account here
TEE OCALA NATIOML BARfE
H. D. STOKES.
Call up Phoae 300 and Let
We Guarantee lo Save Yon Honey on Any Work in Onr Lines
Am we employ none bnt expert we are Im ponitioa to si ranter
ery pi ere of work we roantrnrt to wtMsd tbe tpectla of tbe mt
rlpia lnMpeftorn. It roM nothing to cet our flgnrr, and yon are tbe
winner, whether we wenre the eoatraet or not. Glre urn a trial.
H. VVV TOCICEM
rOKT KING II LOCK
. : mtmiUBSaec&??.
BROADWAY AND lh ST.
Union; Square 1
NEW YORl; ;:, ':''.
Glean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
Am-?4u Plan,- $2. per day and up. European Plan, $1.00 per iay and uc
Special. Weekly Rates. . .
' liurclull & Co.
with Mrs. C. H. Lloyd and Misa Stotes Stotes-bury,
bury, Stotes-bury, Mrs. Emily Green and her mother,
Mrs. Edward Badger and others, ; Mr.
and Mrs. Jake Brown with friends," Mr.
A. J. Beck and Miss Bettie Mclver.
The many frlenas in tnis city of Miss,
Charlotte Hubbard of Hickman, Ky.,
will be interested to learn of her mar
riage to Mr. W. N. Ambert of Hickman,
which event took place Tuesday morn
ing at the home other aunt, Mrs. John
P. Wall, in Tampa, where she with her
mother were visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Slstrunk, Misses
Virginia Sistrunk, Emma Nelson, An
nie Atkinson and Mr. LaGrange Sis-
trunk returned this morning from Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando. They, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Mote at Iesburg last night.
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Goux will
leave Saturday for Detroit, Mich.,
where they will make their future
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Loden of Gaines
ville, Ga., are In the city visiting their
son, Mr. Carl Loden.
A number of the young people spent
some pleasant hours with Miss Adele
Bittinger last evening. Bridge was
played and refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Hoffman, daugh daughter
ter daughter and son, of Terre Haute, Ind are
in the city, guests of "Captain Tucker
Miss Georgia Borger, teacher of the
Junior Philatheas of the First Presby
terian church, will entertain her class
Friday afternoon with a jolly picnic at
Ballast Point. The girls are anticipat anticipating
ing anticipating a most delightful afternoon.
The Mills of tbe God at tbe Ideal
today, matinee aad nlj;ht. o wait be between
tween between aetM. One price all tbe time, 5
and 10 eeBtu Adv.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Call phone No. 284 for your quick
delivery service when in need of drugs,
prescriptions or toilet articles. Adv.
BOARDING HOUSE FOB SALE
An eight-room boarding house, well
furnished, centrally located, doing nice
business, electric lights, phone, bath.
etc. Will sell everything except house.
Call phone 378 if Interested. Ad.
For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger Ad.
ADVANCE STYLES IS SHOES
I have received and have now on
display some handsome new advance
styles in men's low-quarter shoes tn
patent leather, gun metal, tan and
Russia calf. In the four and five-
dollar grades. Quality, style and fit
guaranteed. Little's Shoe Parlor.
"Where you buy shoes that fit and
benefit. 1-17-tf !w
Use Dike's Quinine and Sage Hair
Tonic once a week on your head and
enjoy a healthy, clean scalp. Too will
find this excellent tonic at the Court
Clocks of all kinds and at all prices.
PAID I!f fT5,C0.
CLARENCE CAMP. YIca Pr.
os Give an Estimate ca Year
A. B. Vance, mgr. director
CAFE IN CONNECTION
European Plan, SOD and up
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE RATH
Hot and Cold Raantng Water and
Telephone la Rooms. Elerator
. . ',' Service
Corner Bay and Hogran streets, one
block from postof flee. Street cars
from Union Station and all steamers
pass the door.
Partly cloudy,' southwest wind. y't H
Minimum "temperature, : 53 degrees.'"
Maximum temperature, 73 degrees.
Average,. 61 degrees.
Trobably faif tonight and Friday.
DR. D. M. BONEY
Optometry Office aad Laboratory
9 to 12 a. 1:300. 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-C Gary Building, Ocala, Fla.
This magnificent now buop la
now open for business The
best equipped shop in the city.
Through sanitary, modern in
every respect. Hot and Cold
miming water. ,
Firsl Class Workmen"
V. C. DETimiCO, Prop, f
Harrmgton Pall Hotel
9A '-it riV iff i'f i in i
Is the quality of excelieence you are
GUARANTEED in every article you
purchase at this establishment.
Irrespective of its value if It's "1500
worth of 100 cents the value you ob obtain
tain obtain for your money Is the maximum
obtainable anywhere In V
and other articles we sen.
Too can trade with absolute safety
here with the knowledge that you're
positively securing the best for your
1 r'h 1
S.-Wesson, Ocala. 2-13-lm
A. E. Burnett. -Ad.
OCAJLi EVEXIKO STAil, THCRSDAV, FEBfiCAiir 20, 1013
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Wheras, Thoma3 Jefferson, the Father and Patron Saint of Modern
Democracy, has -said:
"The prohibitive duties we lay on all articles of foreign manufacture,
irhlca prudence requires us to establish at home, with the patriotic de determination
termination determination of every good citizen to use no foreign article which can be
made within ourselves, without regard to diffeience of price, secures ua
against a relapse Into foreign dependency."
And, whereas, the Democratic party has, in its platfcrm, on which
platform we have voted, worked for and elected the incoming Congress
and administration of the United States, stated that the present tariff
was especially obnoxious in that:
"Under its operation, the American farmer and laboring man ar
the chief sufferers; it raises the cost of the necessities of life to them,
hut does" not protect their product or wages . . We recognize that
our Bystem of tariff taxes is intimately connected with the business of
the country, and we favor the ultimate attainment of the principles we
advocate by legislation that will not injure or destroy legitimate indus industry."
try." industry." And, whereas, the Honorable Oscar W. Underwood, of Alabama, the
high priest of modern Democracy, whom the people of Florida did the
honor to prefer by their votes as their candidate for the presidency of
the United States on this Democratic platform, and who is the accepted
leader of the Democratic party in the House of Representatives, and
the Chairman of the powerful Ways and JIen3 Committee of the House
f Representatives, has stated that he is In favor of a "competitive tariff"
and has stated at sundry and divers times, in public print and private
utterances, in speaking for his party:
"We are In favor of a tariff that is levied for revenue only, whS-h
definitely excludes the idea of protecting the manufacturer's prof. is.
This doesn't signify that we are In favor of rushing into free trade
conditions or of being so radical in our legislation as to injure legiti legitimate
mate legitimate business, but we do mean that exclusion and class benefits are
past, and that the period of honest competition is here. Where you
make your tariff rates balance the difference in cost at home and
abroad, Including an allowance for the difference In freight rates, and stop
there, the tariff will be competitive; It will permit the growth of free
And, whereas, the cost of labor to produce and transportation to deliver
to the city of New York, Florida citrus fruits. Is greater than the cost
of labor to prcrduce and the transportation to deliver citrus fruits in
New York City, which are grown In various foreign countries notably
Spain and Italy than the existing tariff on such citrus fruits; and that
therefore the present tariff on citrus fruits falls entirely within the de declared
clared declared principles of the Democratic party in the matter of the tariff, as
hereinbefore quoted: be it therefore
Resolved, That we, the Florida Citrus Exchange, a non-profit, co-operative
brotherhood of the citrus growers of Florida, representing an In Industry,
dustry, Industry, upon which are dependent an army of one hundred thousand peo people,
ple, people, and an investment of one hundred million dollars, demand that
the present tariff on citrus fruits be unchanged; and we hereby pledge
ourselves and promise that those interested in, and dependent upon, the
citrus Industry of the state of Florida will work with heart, body, Soul and
mind to prevent the re-election of any Senator or member of Congress of
the United States from the State of Florida who votes for any tariff bill
which will reduce the present tariff on citrus fruits; and that, though
we have long and faithfully supported the Democratic party, if the
Democratic party, through its representatives In Congress, passes a bill
reducing the tariff on citrus' fruits to a point that Is not "competitive,"
In that It does not "balance the difference in costs at home and abroad,
including an allowance for the difference in freight rates"; that we will
, repudiate the action of such party and will pledge ourselves to the sup support
port support of a party that will so protect our homes, our industries and our
lives from the disastrous influence of imported products, which prod products
ucts products are largely dependent in their production on the pauper labor of
foreign lands: and be it further
Resolved, That copies of this resolution be sent to the Senators and
Members of Congress from the State of Florida, In order that they may
be advised of this action and intention on our part: and be It further
Resolved, That a mass meeting of those interested In the citrus indus industry
try industry of Florida be called to convene at Tampa, Fla., on the 17th day
ef April, 1913, for the purpose of discussing these matters and arrang arranging
ing arranging and perfecting an efficient organization which shall be statewide
and permanent, for the purpose of protecting our Industry along the
lines herein disclosed.
P ICITRUS --EXCHANGE W
(From the Florida Grower.)
Confronted as are the growers of Florida at the present time with
the threatened destruction of the citrus fruit and other growing indus industries
tries industries of Florida on account of the proposed reduction of the tariff, the
call that the Florida Citrus Exchange is sending out to all growers of
Florida Is especially timely, and should receive the earnest considera consideration
tion consideration of every man in Florida who earns his living from the products of
The Exchange is taking this initiative because it is the one big recog recognized
nized recognized body of co-operative growers of Florida, and is thus perhaps bet better
ter better prepared to command attention, and add weight to the move that is
under way to bring together all growers of Florida products, regardless
of their marketing affiliations, but who are a unit in demanding a uni uniform
form uniform protection for the products of the soil from whatever source dan danger
ger danger may threaten.
Such a bod$ of growers, properly officered, will be in a position not
only to carry on a propaganda against any proposed reduction of the
tariff, but to use its big influence to reduce railroad rates; to bring
about concessions that are now allowed California shippers, but denied
to our Florida shippers, such as routing, and a flat or so-called "postage-stamp''
rate to all parts of the United States; to better look into
our horticultural laws, that they may be framed to protect our grow growing
ing growing Industry against the admission of infected nursery stock, or
fruit that might bring with It some new pest to endanger our orchards,
and to take up plans for checking the pests now with us.
Much good can come from such an organization. It is time for con conflicting
flicting conflicting interests to get together and work for the good of the State as
a whole.. Will the growers of Florida heed this call and come to the
meeting at Tampa on the t7th day of April? It Is to be hoped that
they will. Plan to be there.
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We have the largest and beat stock of Lap Robes an i Storm Aprons
ever brought to thl3 part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon be
here would be an unforgivable act when It is so easy to come here and
let us fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops, canopies and awnings Is
also complete and we have enough horse blankets for all the "old Dob Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" in this section. Don't fall to call on ua when in need of any anything
thing anything la our line.
;41 Sonlli Forsylli St., ATLANTA, GA.
We sell the follow
Hench & Dromgold, Geiser "Peerless," and Smith. Myers & Schnier Saw
Mttls in all sizes and capacities; Erie City, Geiser "Peerless," and Houston,
Stan wood & Gamble Engines and Boilers in all sizes; Challoner, and Perkins
Shingle Machinery; Band Saws, Edgers, Grist Mills, "Peerless" Threshers,
Planers, Steam Feeds, and various other Machinery, Repairs and Mill Supplies.
We can furnish you the best Machinery on the market and at the same
time save you money. We have no branch house.
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KO M FORTS
If it is Machinery you want, we have it Write
, us for catalogue, prices and terms.
- in f well-lcnnwri condsi American.
By HENRY RUSSELL 1HLLER,
The Man Higher UpM
Copyright. 1911. fcy the Bobbr-Aierritt
John Heath Makes Restitation.
TP I EN hours later bherroa openeti
X I his eyes. He started up. with
a groan, and beheld the man
who sat by the window. The
man Murchell heard the movement
and came to the bedside. He stood
looking down pitilessly at the half re recumbent
cumbent recumbent sick man. Sherrod stared
back, with bewildered, fearful eyes, for
a moment Then, with another groan,
he fell back. His parched lips tried to
frame a question, but nothing came of
the effort save a dry, croaking sound.
Then Murchell spoke. "Who." he de demanded,
manded, demanded, "is John Heath?"
A spasm of fear even more acute con contracted
tracted contracted Sherrod's face.
"Wh-what do you know?"
MWbo.M Murchell repeated, still In
the pitiless tone "who is John Heath?"
"He is the political account."
"Of which you're the receiving end?"
Sherrod's lips formed a soundless
"How much are you short?"
"Nine hundred thousand dollars."
"What have you got to show for it?"
"Some securities oil stocks."
. "Three hundred thousand about. 1
don't know exactly."
"Where are they?"
"In my private safe at the office."
Murchell turned sharply and left the
room. Almost at once he was back,
accompanied by Watkins. "Give Wat Wat-kins
kins Wat-kins the combination," he commanded.
There was another moment of hesita
tion, of inward struggle. But a great
"Who," he demanded, "is John Heath?"
fear was upon Sherrod. swallowing up
even hate and anger. He mumliled
"Have you got that. Watkins? Then
you and Paine fetch here all the se securities
curities securities in the safe. Everything you
cau find. He quick."
Watkins obeyed, as promptly and
unquestioningiy as the soldier on the
field of battle obeys his superior of officer.
ficer. officer. As he went he found time to
wonder how the impression had ever
got abroad that this man of instaut de decision,
cision, decision, of crisp orders, was a useless
victim of the decrepitude of age.
"Wh-what." Sherrod quavered, "an'
you going to do?"
Murchell shook his arm free. "I am
going to get you out of the muddle you
have got yourself into-, you" He left
the sentence uncompleted, as though
he could think of no adequate epithet.
Sherrod gaped foolishly, trying to
comprehend the incomprehensible -that
the man above him. who least
of all the world owed him service,
would lift him over the Impasse
around which no way appeared. Then
suddenly he broke into tears and
maudlin babblings explanations, con contrition,
trition, contrition, gratitude, promises mingling
Murchell listened in cold contempt.
"Yon don't mean a word you say." he
interrupted the flow at last "You're
only a coward frightened out of his
wits. You'll be the same treacherous
hound when It's over I'm not doing it
He turned and went out of the room,
not to return until Watkins and Paine,
the messenger, arrived with the securi
OPEN DAT WIGHT
Merchants Cafe, A. G L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
It 13 an absolute fact, that one 50 cent
jar of WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM
will either remove your freckles or cause
them to fade and that two jars will even
in the most severe cases completely cure
them. We are willing to personally
guarantee this and to return your money
without argument if your complexion is
not fully restored to it3 natural beauty.
WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is fine,
fragrant and absolutely harmless. Will
not make hair grow but will positively
remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK FRECKLES.
LES. FRECKLES. Come in today and try it. The jars
are large and results absolutely certain.
Sent by mail if desired. Price 50c.
Mammoth jars $1.00. WILSON'S FAIR
SKIN SOAP 25c For sale by
THE POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE
XOTICE OP LOCAL LEGISLATION
In compliance with the constitution
of the state of Florida, I hereby give
notice that there will be introduced in
the next session of the legislature sev
eral local bills, as follows:
A bill to change the charter of the
city of Ocala in regard to extending
the city limits, and in regard to
abolishing: the recorder's office, and
other changes in the city charter of
Ocala, giving the council wider scope
of authority. .-.,
A bill to change the county line of
Marion county on the northern side of
the county, in and around Orange Lake.
A local game law, if a general game
law satisfactory to the people of this
county cannot be passed.
A local road law, embodying the
suggestions offered at a meeting of the
board of .county commissioners held in
Ocala on January 6, 1913, provided that
no general road law satisfactory to
the people of this county can be pass
A bill establishing' a criminal court
of record in Marion county, provided a
petition signed by the majority of the
registered voters of the county is pre presented
sented presented to the members of the legisla legislature
ture legislature from this county.
I know of no other local bills, except
bills to Incorporate the towns of Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh and Summerfield, provided the
citizens of each place will present to
the members of the legislature a peti petition
tion petition signifying that incorporation of
the said towns is desired by a substan
tial majority of the people Tesldlng in
the territory intended to be Incorporat Incorporated.
ed. Incorporated. Notice is further given that I shall
so far as possible comply with the con constitution
stitution constitution of the state relative to sixty
days notice for local bills, and that
any and all persons or citizens desir desiring
ing desiring to present to be for consideration
local legislation had best do so at a
very early date, in order that the re required
quired required notice may be given the pub public.
lic. public. Further, I would appreciate an ex expression
pression expression from all parties interested In
the above mentioned b'lls, either pub publicly
licly publicly through the press, or privately
to me, all of which expressions I shall
duly weigh and shall then attempt to
serve the best interests of the major majority.
ity. majority. Respectfully,
Edwin Spencer, Jr.
OLL1E JIUKDIS' MARKET OPEN
The market formerly Known as the
Oille Mordls Is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
mention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Ad. OL.LIE MORBIS.
Dtaler In Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.
Just the mild, simple wash, the wet
known D.D.D. Prescription for EczenJ
and the itch is crone.
A trial will prove it.
"We have sold other remedies for aklf
trouble but none that we could guaran
tee as we can the D.D.D. remedy. I
the first regular size $1.00 bottle doe.
not do exactly as we say, it will no
cost you a cent.
" Fostofflee Drugstore
BUY SOOM OH BE SORRT
Prices of all unsold lake front lots
at Lake Weir will be advanced Jan January
uary January 15th. IL I Martin, Merchants'
block, Ocala, Fla. 1-13-14
USE ALLEN'S F00TEASi!!
The antiseptic powder to be 6hs!ren into the s n.ica.
If yon want rest ad comfort for tircr!, athhi,
swollen, sweating feet, use Alien 'a Foot-Easo. It re
lieves corns and bunions of al! pr.ia jtrm-eiits
blisters, sore and cs'lous spot. Just tL3 thi: u f r
Dancing Parties, Patent Leather &-.e?, &i d fr-r
package, address jSJIju S. CuastecL I.-; V.o?, N. Y.
If you have a cemetery lot that needs
attention, see us. Curbings, vases, etc.
Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.
1-28-tf Phone 331.
ARE YOU A COLD SUFFERER T
Take Dr. King's New Discovery. The
best cough, cold, throat and lung med medicine
icine medicine made. 0 Money refunded If it fails
to cure you. Do not hes'tate take It
at our risk. First dose helps. J. R.
Wells, Floydada, Texas, WTites: "Dr.
King's New Discovery cured my terri terrible
ble terrible cough and cold. I gained 15
pounds." Buy Ifr at Tydings & Co. Ad.
FOR EXCHANGE FOR
LANDS IX FLORIDA
Stock of groceries and elegant resi residence
dence residence in one of the best towns In Geor Georgia..
gia.. Georgia.. Box. 125, Jackson Ga. 2-17-3td
The very acme of quality In
s always to be had here where qual qual-ty
ty qual-ty and close prices go hand in hand.
We will convince you that this Is the
market for you to patronize if you win
but grant us the trial. Phone 10 X.
W. II. MAR S3, PROPRIETOR
UreaKing in jNew Shoes, it i ttter-nit-tco n! :i
discovery of tbeage. Tryit to-dnj. &:; everywhere,
25 ct. DonH oeeet't any ezibatitttte. Fo." fc'fcES trl
7-ME. BUST V
ORANGE SPRINGS ITEMS
Orange Springs. Feb. 18. Mr. J. H.
LaRue of Fort McCoy, was In town
Miss Mabel Peck left last Tuesday
for St. Petersburg. She will be the
guest of Dr. and Mrs. C E. Welch for
a month and then accompany them to
Westfleld, N. Y.
Mr. R. H. Purdom of Ocala was a
guest of the Carlton House yesterday.
He was calling on the merchants In
the interest of the Ocala Grocery Com Company.
pany. Company. Mr. S. B. Terry of LitUe Sioux. Ia,
was here the last of the week and he
made quite a number of pretty post
cards from the picturesque places
around the springs.
Mrs. C. C. Moore has moved Into her
new house near town.
Mr. B. N. Bassett of Chicago, was
registered at the Carlton House yes yesterday.
Mrs. Nettie Crandal is having a very
fine collection of fruit trees put out
on her farm east of the sOklawaha
Mr. Edison Lippincott happened to a
very painful accident Saturday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. While chopping kindling he cut
off his thumb on the right hand. The
wound was dressed by Dr. G. B. Parra Parra-more
more Parra-more anl though painful is doing welL
Mr. and Mrs. W. IL Larramore of
Kansas are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. Jordan for a few days. They
will spend the remainder of the winter
In Talatka. Mr. Larramore owns con
siderable real estate here and at Fort
Mr. W. M. Harper of Island Grove,
was a visitor here yesterday.
Mr. Richard Hendricks of Ocala was
a business visitor here Monday book
ing orders for the Jake Brown Whole
Rev. P. W. Peck filled his appoint
ment at Kenwood Sunday morning.
Rev. iL M. Lord or Rodman was a
guest of the Carlton House Saturday.
Mrs. J. C. CrowelL who Is spending
the winter here. Is somewhat indis
In the election last Saturday Orange
Springs voted for good roads.
On the honor roll last week were
the following pupils: Ethel and Gladys
Hall, Nellie Wells, Matilda Apel. Olin
Massey and Monte Jameson.
Mr. and Mrs. John Schirad and chil children,
dren, children, Mrs. Frank Smith and Mr. John
Martin of Palatka, motored out to Or Orange
ange Orange Springs last Wednesday to spend
the day. The ladies remained here and
Messrs. Martin and Schirad went out
to the woods on a hunting expedition.
Mr. Erick H. Sagerstrom of the U. S.
navy, with headquarters at Jackson
ville, spent last week here a guest of
the Porter House.
It is very gratifying to the friends
of Mrs. Longstreet to know one paper,
the Star, is kind enough to see her In
a different light and not criticize her
harshly. Mrs. Longstreet is kindly re
membered by many a Georgia girl who
is among the bread winners, she hav having
ing having helped them as their teacher in
the Georgia Normal and Industrial Col College.
lege. College. Please pardon this opinion but
the Star is nearly always right.
Pedro, Feb. 18. We are having some
cold weather and plenty of rain.
Miss Flossie Linderman is on the
Miss Cora Driggers returned to her
home at Oxford last Sunday.
Misses Lola Dias, Delia Proctor and
Messrs. Sam and Edward Proctor and
Mitchell Pittman went to Oxford Sat
urday evening to attend the dance.
The young ladies of the Pedro school
gave a shadow supper on Friday night,
Feb. 14th, to have the school organ
his home one of the nicest In the com
Messrs. Clarence and Napoleon Smith
are getting some fine strawberries
from 'their plot of plants. We wish
them all success.
The many friends of Mrs. J. O. Ty
son are indeed sorry she is still sick,
and hope she will soon be much bet
Mr. J. S. Dunning has "been carrying
the mail on route No. 1 during the ill
ness of Mr. Harvey Bruton.
Wacahoota, Feb. 17. The past week
the, weather has been exceedingly dis disagreeable.
agreeable. disagreeable. Several days of rain and
then a cold snap. While there was
some frost and Ice, we do not think
anything was seriously damaged. :
Mrs. Frazier Stokes, a charming
bride of Newberry, arrived Tuesday
and has been visiting her. 'aunt, Mrs.
C M. Smith this week. Mrs. Stokes
was formerly Miss Viola Bodle of
Batesburg, S. C, and has many friends
here and in Ocala who are glad to
know she is making her home in Flor
ida. Mrs. Stokes was the guest of
honor at several spend the day parties
during the week.
Messrs. C. R. Curry and Cedric
Smith were visitors to Micanopy
Mr. J. O. Tyson was shopping In
Mr. Cedric Smith was a week end
visitor to Dunnellon.
Messrs. George and Walter Stude Stude-raan
raan Stude-raan of Philadelphia, who have been
spending the winter at Mrs. V. P.
Smith's popular boarding house, will
leave today for Jacksonville, where
they will spend a week sightseeing
before returning to their home in the
Mr. J. M. Smith has just had his cozy
home all freshly painted, which adds
greatly to the appearance and makes
SURPRISE YOUR FHIEXDS
For four weeks regularly use Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They stimulate
the liver, Improve digestion, remove
blood impurities, pimples and erup eruptions
tions eruptions disappear from your face and
body and you feel better. Begin at
once. Buy. at Tydings & Co. Adv.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN
For sale, best business location in
Dunnellon, Fla., with two two-story
buildings and two large warehouses;
finest location In town for a mercan mercantile
tile mercantile business, hotel or opera house (a
splendid opening for either); two large
lots and buildings practically as good
as new. Will sell at a baigain for
cash if sold during February. Write
to owner. Christian & Gamble Co.,
Miami, Fla. l-31-5tw-5td law
Here is a message of hope and good
cheer from Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boone
Mill, Va, who is the mother of eight eighteen
een eighteen children. Mrs. Martin was cured of
stomach trouble and -constipation by
Chamberlain's Tablets after five years
of suffering, and now recommends
these tablets to the public. Sold by
all dealers. Adv.
SITUATION WANTED Young man
with several years' experience as man
ager and bookkeeper in commissary
work desires a position. Best of ref references
erences references furnished. Address P. O. Box
We have just received a full line of all kinds of fresh seeds and
are in position to make you good prices on any varieties that you may
need. All orders will receive our most prompt and careful attention.
Can forward packages weighing up to 11 pounds by parcel post and at
much cheaper rates than by express.
Below we list a few varieties of the seed that we carry and will be
?lad to make quotations on any others not listed.
WardwelFs Kidney Wax Beans. .... ... . .
Davis" White Wax Beans ............ ...
Curries Rust Proof Wax Beans. ...........
Red Valentine Beans
Black Valentine Beans
Extra Early Refugee Beans
Any of the above varieties ................
Any of the above varieties ...............
Livingston's Globe Tomato
Redfield Beauty Tomato
New Stone Tomato . ............ .1 ...
Spark's Earliana Tomato
Dwarf Champion Tomato ......... .
Early Detroit Tomato ......
White Spine Cucumber
Early Fortune Cucumber ................
Long Green Cucumber
Genuine Rocky Ford Cantaloupe ............
Tom Watson Watermelon
Florida Favorite Watermelon. ..........
Kleckley Sweets Watermelon. ... .........
Georgia Rattlesnake Watermelon
MAINE GROWN SEED POTATOES
Red Bliss Triumph Potatoes 3.50 10 peck sacks
Spaulding's Rose No. 4 Potatoes .' 3.50 10 peck sacks
Irish Cobbler Potatoes 3.50 10 peck sacks
We have many other varieties of seeds of all kinds and can make
them as reasonable as any dealer in the South and can recommend
them as perfectly reliable and far superior to what are sold by some
We solicit your patronage and guarantee satisfaction on all orders
entrusted to our care.
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Cardu! is successful, because it Is made especially for
women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution.
Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains
the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years,
in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to
health and happiness.
If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous,
cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic, Why not
try Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts
In every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test
it for yourselt Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him.
Wrtit io: LcdiM Advisory Dept. Chattinoort Medicine C Quttanoofs. Tern,,
far $9dal IfutTKCttoi. nd tl-ptf t bok. Home Trextxaeat ior womea," Mat tree. I IS
Tickets Sold February
Limit March 10th. Extension ot Limit to
April 10th may be Arranged.
STEEL PULLMAN -CARS DINING CARS
For Information and Reservation Call on
M. R. WILUAMS TICKET AGENT 0CAIA
Y. R. BEAZLEY
5.75 per bushel
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5.50 per bushel
5.50 per bushel
&.50 per bushel
5.50 per bushel
.25 per quart
1.50 per peck
2.50 per pound
2.00 per pound
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28llr, March 1st, 2nd, 3rd
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T. P. A. TAILIPA D. P, A.
115, Baldwin, 'Fla. 1-20-lm