The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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For All of the Homes
Thcus -Zachry Co,
VOL. 19.
NO. 281


Siliinlion !om- hat Similar to Ocala
unlii .Market Dispute In .Yew
lurk City
April to. "You don't know
what the conditions on the East Side
arc or you wouldn't come here and op-jo.-t'
thi.s hill," .-aid Governor Sulzer
yesterday to a deU-'jration of clergymen
who appeared before him In opposition
to a measure permitting delicatessen
dealers to keep their stores open on
Sunday from 4 j.m. to 7:30 p. m.
"Motels are open all day Sunday; so
are the clubs and trie restaurants and
the ciyar store." continued the gov governor.
ernor. governor. "Why snoul in't the poor peo people
ple people of the east smU- who haven't ice
boxes in which to k p food be permit permitted
ted permitted to b:iy something ti eat on Sunday.
They must purchase their food before
eaeii meal, so it won't spoil. I know
the. condition on the East Side and
you gentlemen don't."
"IJut," interrupted one of the clergy clergymen,
men, clergymen, "this bill will tend toward indus industrial
trial industrial slavery. It is counter to the

movement for one dayl a week of rest."
"There's where you are wrong," re replied
plied replied Mr. Sulzer. "I shall oppose any
legislation that has that tendency.
Now the delicatessen: stores are open
all day Sunday. Mayor Gaynor has
practically admitted that the Sunday
closing law so far asj these places are
concerned cannot be enforced, and I
believe he is right. Ifj this bill, is made
a law, the delicatessen dealers assure
me it will be observjed. and that in instead
stead instead of having to wprk all day Sun Sunday
day Sunday they will work only a few hour?."
The clergymen protested that the
delicatessen bill wou,d be but the

opening wedge for S
all sorts. The go
clearly that he would

, KK WEIH M. V. T. U.

The Union held a

meeting April 17th, af. the church

unday selling of
ernor indicated
sign the bill.

very interesting

ndent of medi medi-in
in medi-in charge and



and you miss that fine feeling
of exhilaration which follows

a copious morning operation,
you should put a small quan quantity
tity quantity of Simmons Red Z Liver
Regulator (The Powder Form )
on the tongue and wash it
down with a little water.
Its action in the system is
purifying and strengthening.
It drives out hard impactions
and impurities and gives tone
to the muscular structure of
the bowels. It overcomes th:
tendency to chronic constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, relieves a. bloated feeling
in the abdomen, sweetens the
breath, and promotes vigor of
body, mental alertness aprl
cheerful epiriU.
Sold by Dealers, Price, large package, $1.00.
Ask for tho penatna with the Bed J en the lbl.
Jt yuu eauuut ftt it. rnjnj to ut, we will send it bj
mail, postpaid, gimmous Liver Regulator ia put Dp
also in liquid form (or those who prefer it, frica,
l.CO per bottle, Look for the Bed Z label,
J. H. ZEIUN & CO., Props., St Louis, Mo.


Dr. Swan, superint
cal temperance, was

took for her subject .Malaria. The lo

calities where prevalent and its cause
was first considered.
Mrs. Snook read the Mosquito
Theory from the Health Notes of the

State lioard of Health
v ri .i

nr. rswan men gav
concise description o;
disease and also cut
A rising vote of
the doctor at the clo
Mothers' superint
plans for ice cream s

Members are reque
for a business meet;
May 1st.

a very close and

the form of the
s and preventa-
anks was given
ndent reported
clal May 1st.
:ed to be present
ig at 6:30 p. m.


In the Position l.ituu.

J or I.rsr I.oih.n I. Ike a Victory
for Claude I.'I'iigie

I have been enjoying new Irish potatoes,

j beans and cucumbers the last few
1 weeks.
! The ice cream supper which -was

j given for the benefit of the Zuber Sj-in-j
lay school in Zuber Tuesday night was
i Kiirpnl Uy well attended by all the people for

jmnes around. hvery one was liberal
1 and quite a nice sum was raised.

Washington, l. C. April 1'resi- ?
dent Wilsorr yesterday made the fol-i
lowing nominations: j
Collector internal revenue for Flor-
ida, Hayes H. l-wis. j
I'. H. judge, fourth circuit, Charles!
J. Wood of South Carolina. j

t. ommissioner of labor statistics,
Charles I Xeill, Washington.
"Auditor for the navy department,
Edward Lute Aud Luckow of Wisconsin.

vnv mt ;i:t a (;i hvmkk

Kvery Article of Merit that Im olI
The- DajH it (Guaranteed Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee Often Mean I'oor Quality.
There is very little excuse for any
person to claim that he has been

j "stung"' on a purchase. Fifty years
ago the buyer had to look out. but to to-!
! to-! Jay it is unusual to find a merchant
j who will not return tne money for any

Hayes H. Lew's.

was appointed i

i article that has proved unsatisfactory.


as collector of internal revenue for!

t loriua, will soon take tne position

which lias been occupied oy Joe Lee,
a negro, during tin- republi'-'an admin-

istratioo. i nere nas been imicti agi agitation
tation agitation over the question, the peopl"
of the state wanting the nearo ousted

from his position and a white man ap-i

Mr. Lewis, who secured the ap appointment,
pointment, appointment, is well known over the
state. He is from Marianna, Jack-on
county. He is a newspaper man.

notick w as m:f:ui:i.


I H All Hope the Coinmiosion
Won't Allow It to Lapse Into

Mcintosn, April 2J. ury weather i.

cutting the bean crop short, while the
high winds of the past week have, hurt
the tomatoe.
Mr. W. CI. Nora worth j' is making

preparations for opening his packing
house for tomatoes, three of the pack packers
ers packers having arrived from the east coast
Mrs. S. IT. Gaitskill arrived from
Kentucky on "Wednesday. Mr. Gaits Gaits-kill
kill Gaits-kill accompanied her as far as Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where she was joined by Mr.
and Mrs. W. Gaitskill of Kentucky,
who since Monday having been taking
in the sights of .St. Augustine and
Jacksonville. j

Miss Mayme Thomas 5$ home for sev

eral weeks visit ft-1
Mr YV'V k Christian

Miami, returned honhe last Sunday.

Mr. K. If. Gaitskill returned from

Tampa feeling veryi enthusiastic over
the propect for oringes and the or

ganization of the growers league, ac

tion having- been talfen on all th billy
pending in Tallahassee concerning the
citru? fruit laws, While wires were

sent to President Wilson pxotestin

against the lovverirJjr of the tariff qii

oranges. I
The revival servjlies at the Baptist
church still continue to draw a goo
crowed, They are conducted by the pas pastor,
tor, pastor, llev. J. J. CavrolT, assisted by Mr.
Lyons, a singer of Atlanta.

m Palatka, while
who has been in


(1 Sraldento wn Journal).

The state railroad commission has
served notice that more attention must j
be paid to the condition of their pas:- j
senger coaches. The notice comes as

the result, of many complaints made

about filthy conditions of

! An excellent examine of this kind of

fair dealing is saown by the clean-cut

I guarantee that the Court Pharmacy

vs on Hodson's Liver Tone.
The-e T''o;,e tell ti s that anv person

( wh. pays ;.c. for a bottle of Dodson's
j Liver Tone and does not find it a

,-ntle and most pleasant liver tonic,
irmless. i.ut a sure rep'ever'of con-

stijiation and a perfect substitute for
calomel, can set his money -back just
as iuick as they can get it out of the
money drawer.
Dodson's Liver Tone lias practically
taken the place of calomel. It is ab absolutely
solutely absolutely harmless, sure in its action
an l c'tuses no restriction of habit or
diet. No wonder the drug people are
glad to guarantee it, while other rem remedies
edies remedies that imitate the claims of Dod Dodson's
son's Dodson's Liver Tone are not guaranteed at
all. Ad. No. 12

woomiAit hiiiji:ck foii rent

My home at "Woodrnar on Lake Weir,
for rent for the months of June, July

coaches 1 1111,1 August, completely furnished. Ap-

LastiaKe, Fla. 4-16-tr


Met by a Defiant Heply from -Montenegro
llrave Little Nation
Won't be Bullied
London. April 25. "Take immediate
combined action to turn the Montene Montenegrins
grins Montenegrins out of Scutari or we shall do it
alone," declares a circular note sent by
the Austro-Hungarian government to
the powers yesterday. The note is
virtually an ultimatum.
King Mcholan Stands Pat
Cettinje, Montenegro, April 24.
"Scutari is from today Montenegrin,"
was the defiant reply of King Nich Nicholas
olas Nicholas to the European invitation to
surrender the hard-won Turkish cita citadel.
del. citadel. The king made thi statement in
the course of a speech delivered from
the balcony of the royal palace. Among
his audience were the ministers of the
Halkan states who came to congrat congratulate
ulate congratulate him. lie added: "Should Europe
still think of snatching Seutarifrom
Montenegro, which has given her life
blood to take it, Europe will have to
carry out the task by force of arms."


many of them being unfit for human j ''-v
beings to travel in. Let us hope that j
the order will be heeded on the Sara-j
sota branch of the Seaboard, upon j D!fr!

which the travelling public are forced

to resort to the Pullman cars for de

cent accommodat ions.

S. I MM i : It F 1 1 : 1.1) M FT I V (i s

The lumber donated by Mr. Nathan
Mayo, for the band stand and the
house over the town well, is now on

the grounds and ready for the carpen-
ters. These two improvements v ill

add greatly to the good looks of our

villa ge.

Knocks Rheumatism
Remarkable Effect cf a Remedy That
Actually Irrigates the Entire
Blood Supply.

: Mr.i. auseph Davies, accompanied by t IT f2sp&x:Zti r5!!!--

her little son, Malcom, went to Jack-i f"3 vHV-rj-. l?""
- sonville Thursday for a' short visit vf CHJ
with her sister. Mrs. W. V. Oonurlet on. i M V v

S The Chronicle is pleased to announce! S'KKi Jl'r

, s '. -:'. i : -

The quickest anijl surest cure for
burns, bruises, boils, sores, Inflamma Inflammation
tion Inflammation and al skin bKseses ig Buqklin's
Arnica Salvp. In four days it cure L.
Tr. Ilahin, of Iredell, Tex., of a sore ob
his ankle which pained, him so. he could
hardly walk. Should he in every
house. Only 25 cents. Recommended

by Tydlngs & Co.

Optometry Office and Laboratory
9 to 12 a. m., 1:3Q to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Bunaingr, Qcala. Fla

Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Erabalpers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes



that there w'll be another month of

school, maUlng In all seven months,
next school term will In all probabili probability
ty probability run eight mon'.hs.
Mr. and Mrs. K. K. McMi's;!v-t,,, who.
have been here several months
visiting; wim itieir parents, Mr. and
'.Hi's. M. J. Timmons, left Thursday for
their home in Arkansas.
J. A. Scroggie o fedro was among
the Satui'tay shoppers here.
A. 1, Mitchell ami Allen 1 1. Moods Moods-made
made Moods-made a large shipment .if irish po potatoes
tatoes potatoes Saturday,
Prof. ,1, Yt. isrinson, superintendent
of public schools for Marion county,
visited our school last Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon and while here was entertained

The Ecrdefnt Xut of All,,
is Cracked by S. S, !.
It sound? Mtieor to tak. a blood bath

b:;t is precisely the effect of a
n: -st remedy known as
S. S. S. It has the peculiar action of
soaking linou;;h the in testioes directly
into the bloo 1. In rive minutes its in influence
fluence influence is at work in every artery,
vein arid tiny capillary. Every mem membrane,
brane, membrane, every organ of ths body, every
emunctory beconiea In effect a filter to
strain the blood of impurities. The
stimulating properties of S. S, jS. com compel
pel compel the skin, liver, bowels, kidneys,
bladder to all work to tho one end of
castiner out every Irritating, everv

youth Lake Weir. April 22. There
will be preaching service held in the
South Lake school house Sunday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, April 27, conducted by Rev. C
E. Albertson,' and it is hoped there
will be a large gathering to hear him.
Misses Winnie and Minnie Albert Albert-son,
son, Albert-son, the twin daughters of Rev. Al Al-bertson,
bertson, Al-bertson, went to Madison to attend the
spring normal school. We wish these
two young ladies success. They will

be greatly missed while they are gone.
Miss Irene Gates has returned, from
a very pleasant visit to Webster. She
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. E.
Urown while there. Master Karl
r. .., i , ;y

trown accompanieu ner nome 10 vi


with his grandparents for a while

Mr. Raul Schmidt came home last
Monday for a week's visiL ife has
been packing fruit at R-lymouth.
A gentleman passing through town
last Sunday evening in his automo automobile
bile automobile tried to ellmb a pine tree jijt
wet of jtown. Fortunately no one.wis
hurt, but it put the auto out of com commission,
mission, commission, for a day.
Ther was a n'ce gathering at the
home fr"W. C. Black at Weirsdale last
Wednesday night, and they all enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed themselves as they always o when
Mr. and Mrs. Black opeu their doors
to give the young otks a good time.
The evening wa spent in dancing and
music and; stnging which was enjoyed
by aU.
Mr. K. B. Sherman, who has been at
work in Ocala for- a few weeks, is at
home again
The? will be four cars of late or oranges
anges oranges shipped from here this week.
Rev. J. G. Lege has bought Rev. Al

bertson's oranges and is having them

packed for market.
Miss Juanita Lytle of Stanton was a
caller on schoolmates and friends here
hast Tuesday.

Mr. M. S. Sligh and sn Milton of

Lady Lake a,re een in our town al almost
most almost vT-?ry 413 JT now. Mr. Sllgh Is an
ort,n,!e buyer and shipper.

who has been visiting Mrs. S. T.
Souter, returned home last week.
Miss Iva Colbert spent Sunday with
Misses Miriam and Edna Stephens.
. Mr. Henry Shealey left Monday for
Madison where he will .attend school.
Mr. M. Rowler of Island Grove was
visiting here Sunday.

OSS if 111 IIS

The Texas Wonder cures kidney and
bladder trouble, removing gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women. Regulates bladder troub troubles
les troubles In children. If not sold by your

druggist, will be sent by mail on re-! Twenty-two bodies had been recovered

ceipt or i. une small bottle Is two
months treatment ar.d seldom falls to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall. 2H6 Olive street, St. Louis Mo.
Sold by all bruggists Ad

Hy an Kaploloa of Fire Damp la
Pennnylvania .Mine Over a SeoiV
of l)odi Takea Oat
Pittsburg. April 2r At least 75
miners were killed in the Cincinnati
mine of the Monongahela .River Coal
Company, at Finleyville yesterday, and
three scores of others had thrilling
and narrow escapes from death.
These men crawled long distances
on their hands and knees, through the
deadly gas and over bodies and debris.

up to late last night.

VR fok si.i:

For sale, Ilerreshoff three-passenger
runabout automobile. For all prac practical
tical practical purposes is as good as new. My
reason for selling is that I desire a
larger car. Cheap for cash. Miss Min Minnie
nie Minnie Stovall, Ocala. 4-21-dw tf-


Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock In
Yonge's Hall. Fort King ave. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors in the city Invited to he with us.
L. F. Rallard. N". G.
W. U Colburt, Secretary. Ad.

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


For a Few Days?

-V" targe crowd of
ie baseball game

Funeral Directors
Work Done ly Licensed Ein Ein-balniers
balniers Ein-balniers and Fully Guaranteed.

.Sparr, April
peptiVe attended

here Saturday afternoon.' Sparr has
played several games this season but
this was the first gam uu in? local
diamond, nd the event was celebrated
by a double Header.'
The, first game, which was with For
McCoy, was won by he lywals with a
score of i tp 3. '4?iie principal feature
of this game was the umpiring of Mr,
Coffee, the manager of the visiting
The second game, which was with the
neighboring town of Anthony, was w hji
by a score of 9 to 3 in fa.YOv of 'Sparr.

Mr. Luffmin,' the rparr pitcher, made
ix hio'jit brilliant play of the game
when he made a single handed catch
of a hot liner which many players
would not have toufhefl,
Clyde Weaver.

II. E. Mclver
v. Roberts
Undertaking Office


. it


Flies are a great menace to health

and aside from the question of health,
they are very disagreeable. Let us

J screen your house with our modern

method, home manufactured screens
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 3-25-tf


iforsfaiioLii ;ons foii sale

oain-infiictincr atom of noison- it dis-

by the children's literarv n-n Aeiy. lodges by irrigation all accumulations

During the torn-.ui t'rol. Bnnsyn in the ioints. causes ar-iil ir, in

visited sijrnie ot. tVie smaller schools in
iUi- district.

All letters mailed aturdays after

tlie mail leaves, are sent out in Sun-

dissolve, renders them neutral and
scatters those, peculiar formation, In

thn nerve centers that causo such

! mystifying and often battling rheu-

day bags. wli?U Wuvs here at 1:34 p. Arifi vab;- o11 iU,a a

m, Aio any letters brougnt to the j ,-niedy is rclcome to the -weakest
postoffice a half hour before thf bun-1 stomach. If vou have drugged your-

day train leaves will also eut tor- self until your stomach is nearly para-

ward 1 lyzed, you will be astonished to find

j that S. S. S. gives n sensation but
I goes right to work. This is because
I it is a vure. vegetable infusion, is
I taken, naturally into your blood just
las pure air is inhaled naturally into
1 your lunsra,
Tou can get S. S. S. at any drug

store at f 1.00 a bottle, Tt is. a standard
remedy, recognised everywhere- as the
greatest blood antidote, ever discov discov-orfil
orfil discov-orfil If yours n a pulinr case and
you desire expert advice, write to Tlt
S"vift Specif.o 'o., ir.7 Gwif Btdg.,
Atlanta, Ga.

If. F. Smith of Dallas, paid Sum-

merrield a visit Saturday forenoon.

If you continually complain of pains
in the stomach, your liver or your kid kidneys
neys kidneys are out of order. Neglect may
lead to dropsy, kidney trouble, d'a d'a-betes
betes d'a-betes or Bright's disease. Thousands

recomnrrend Electric Bitters as the very

best stoma;h and kidney medicine
maae. H. T. Alston, of Raleigh, N. C,
who suffered with pain in the stomach,
and back, writes: "My k'dneya were
deranged and my Uvey did not work
riht. I iuttered much, but Electric
Bitters was recommended and I im improved
proved improved from the first dose. now feel
like a new man." It will Improve you,
too. Culy 50 cents and 51. Recom Recommended
mended Recommended by Tydlngs & Co. Adv.


as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange

Uit whole system when entering it

ttjrousrh the mucous surfaces. Such ar

licles should never be used except on

"prescriptions from reputable physic

ians, as the damse- they will do is ten

fold to th$ good yon can possibly de

rive ?roru them. Hall's Catarrh Cure

manufactured by F. J. Cheney &n Co.

rroledo, O., eontains no mercury and Is

taken Internally, acting directly upon

the blood and mucoua .surfaces of the

system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cur

be sure you gt the genuine. It is tak

en Internally and made in Toledo, O.,

by F-. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials


Sold by Druggists. Price 7a cents
per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills

for constipation. Adv.

H. W. K. LAVE,

ilooms 9, 10 ant 11, Second Iftloor,
Holder HIcL.

peelnliMt. Ee, Ear, Vose and Throat.
Office. Law Library Bldg., Ocala. Ad.

If you wish to buy, sell,
lease, or exchange, it will
pay you to take the matter
(lp with me at once:

Ocala, Florida.

Two room size axminster druggets,
two axminster hall runners, three ax axminster
minster axminster rugs, all Oriental patterns; one
three-burner perfect'on oil stove, one
glass front combination cupboard, fine
lace curtains, portiers, couch, felt mat mattress
tress mattress and cover, phonograph and tv, ulv'j

ftenry" Peyser,

nicely selected, records.
F.t.' lIng Ave. and S



l ). BOX 46 OCALA, FLA

"What made you so late?"
"I met Smlthson."
"Well that is no reason why you
should be an hour late getting home to
"I know, but I asked him how h was
feeling-, and he Insisted on telling me
about his stomach trouble."
"Did you tell him to take Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets?"
"Sure, that is what he needs." Sold
by all Dealers. Adv.

For rheumatism you will find noth nothing
ing nothing better than Chamberlain's Lini Liniment.
ment. Liniment. Try it and see how quickly it

gives relief. For sale by all deal- i OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
ers. Adv. BANK

Dental Surgeon


The market tormeny Known as the

Oille Mordis' is now open. Will keep on

and a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right
Yours respectfully.
Dealer in Fancy Groceries. N Magnolia.

10c size Hecker's Self Rising Buckwheat 3 for 25c



35c bottle Pure Maple Syrup
65c 44 44 44
3 pounds Evaporated Apples
35c package Cluster Rasfns
25c 44 44 44


o EL Tea Ptt


Phones 16-174


sparr. April 23. Mr. and Mr. I.



KENimil K






Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications madti. 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
Northwest Corner Ocala House Block

Ladfes, It is a comb that we guar guarantee
antee guarantee that you cannot break. Call at
the Court Pharmacy and ask to see it
on your next trip down town. Adv.


Sick headaches, sour, gassy stomach,
indigestion and biliousness disappear
quickly after you take Dr. King's New
Life Pills.- They purify the blood and
put new life and vigor In the system,
try them and you will be well satisfied.
Every pill helps; every box guaran guaran-ed
ed guaran-ed by Tydlngs & Co. Adv.

Sweet peas by the dozen or hundred.
Fhone No. 246. Adv. 4-21-Std

Jacksonville i

Kendrick, April --. Sunday fehool;
was held Sunday morning and a lara-e :

Preachinsr will be held at the jMeth-jH
odist church at Kendr:ck next Sunday !S
mornlnjr and services evriitn j S
also. ; '5
The plainns mill t Zuber was de-jg
stroyr'l iy rtre M.nday afternoon. The IS
loss was estimated at about $10,000. jS
The Sumner Lumber Co. owned theitt
mill but the planing mill was rented j JJ
by the Roess Lumber Co. j
Mrs. Jolm and Miss Julia Weuh re-!

turned from a visit
last Thurd4 niht.

Mrs. 1'. Richardson and children left j g
fbr Cornell for a visit of a few dav:JJ

with friends. j
Mr. M. II. Roulware will return home j
Friday from South Carolina. Mr.!
Roulware is coming ba-k thr'.uuh the
country. ;
Mrs. Rlair entertained the ladies' j
sewinz circle last Thursday afternoon. ;
After an hour's chattintr ar. l sewinar.
dainty refreshments wer- s.-rved t ;
tlie hostess. The ladie- will meet at j
Mrs. Boul ware's next Thursday after-
noon. I
Paul McLeod was a visitor to Ocala j



Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.



Attorney at Law
Second Floor,

Mr. Williams of Moultrie. Ga arrSv- j MlllirOe &: ChaiTlblisS Bldg

ed at Zuber Tuesday to look after his m

interest in tlie planing mill which wa
destroyed by lire Monday afternoon.

Ocala, Fla.

The people of Kendrick and Zuber

Rorins who have been visiting their
daughter, Mrs. Alf Davis at Orange
Heights, ave or w'th their otUer
dausHter, Mrs. J. E. Thomas for a few
Miss Pauline Lambert is home for
the summer after teaching a successful

term of school at Eagle Lake.
Mr. J. E. Thomas motored to Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg Monday to visit his mother, Mrs.
Julia Thomas.
Messrs. W, Luffman and E. W. Luff Luff-man
man Luff-man were visitors to Ocala Monday.
Mr. Grady Martin of Leesburg visit visited
ed visited relatives here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Motes and daugh

ter, Eunice, of Fort McCoy, also Mrs.

Powers visited Mr. and Mrs. C. Clem Clem-mons
mons Clem-mons Saturday,
Misses jJhelton Souter and Bookie
Souter, Messrs. Charlie Ellis and Wal Walter
ter Walter Roone visited Silver Springs Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Ed Boyles and two ehildren of
Island Grove, visited Mrs. James Gal Gal-braith
braith Gal-braith last week.
Mr. J. J. Colbert is on the sick list
this week.
Mr. Harmon Clemmons is home from
Mr. and Mrs. Will Sawyer and chil children
dren children of Brooksville are visiting Mrs.
Sawyer's sister. Mrs. J. E. Thomas.
Mr. Will Larrimore of North Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, visited his sister, Mrs.- I. N. Bor

ing Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas and
children of Ocala visited relatives here
Messrs. J. A. and Martin Luffman of
Oak were in our burg Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Raysor of Lowell
were visiting friends here Sunday aft

The farmers are busy with their
crops and the prospects for a big "yield
are good.
Mr. A. J". Stephens spent Friday In
Miss Edith SwinneRon of Belleview,

and things that you will need and which you will
buy, and we have them waiting for you. The big biggest,
gest, biggest, best line in ihe country. Just look at this
list of the few things we now have in stock:




Ice Cream Freezers
Lawn Mowers

Rubber Hose
Porch Shades
Porch Sitings
, Lawn Seats

Porch Furniture
Matting and Crex Rugs
Big Porch Rockers

Mosquito Nets
Garden Plows
and Garden Tools
Flower Pots

Furniture of all kinds. Hardware of all kinds.
Leather Goods of all kinds. Builder's Material.
Paints and Painter's Supplies. Wagons, Buggies.
Field and Poultry Wire Fence. Galvanized Iron.
In fact, everything except something to eat and





PHONES Office, No. 332. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407. -Office
Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Sqjiaraw





BIttinger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, liaslness Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the postofflce at. Ocala,
Fla.. as second class mail matter.
Tomorrow, for the forty-eighth time,
the South will honor the memory of its
gallant dead.
At the first memorial day, in 1866.
thre wa? no tribute to be given but
the flowers of kind Nature and the
tears of heartbroken women to fall on
the graves of heroes, whMe the few
surviving, sad-faced comrades present presented
ed presented only empty hands with the arms
that could spare but a single day's re respite
spite respite from the tremendous battle of re restoring
storing restoring life to their ruined land.
In the years between, the Southern
people have never missed the day, and
by their unaided efforts have dotted
the land from Maryland to Mexico with
Btately monuments to those who went
fortn to fall in victory in '61 to '63, and
die battling grimly with defeat and
starvation in '64 and '6.". And as they
have honored their dead, they have re rebuilt
built rebuilt the homes of the living until this
day the sun shines on no fairer land
than that on which the Stars and Bars
went down in defeat and desolation
forty-eight years ago.
Taking a hand in a mild discussion
of passes and editors between the
Times-Union and the Brooksville Ar Argus,
gus, Argus, the Ocala Star says, in the course
of a long article commending the anti anti-pass
pass anti-pass law, "If a railroad (now) wants
to keep a newspaper quiet it is easy
to give it a mileage book, and nobody
outside of headquarters can prove the
said book isn't paid for in cash. But
you won't notice that newspaper say saying
ing saying anything against that railroad,"
which of course Is all right from the
Star's standpoint. If that is their price
it may be of interest to the railroads
to know it. That this would not apply
nor work out with the great majority
oT the editors of Florida newspapers,
is, however, well known and to their
credit. Times-Union Short Talks.
Well, Short Talks, passing over your
attempt to distort the Star's meaning
with no comment, except that it is
discordant to your usual fair and ben
evolent spirit, and assuring you what
you probably already know, that we
have as much genuine respect for
Florida newspaper men as you have,
tho policy doesn't make us soft-soap
some and slight or slur others, we re respectfully
spectfully respectfully submit that the pass system
is bad, from a business as well-as a
moral standpoint. Bad busines is al always
ways always bad morals, and vice verpa.
If a newspaper man can obtain four
or five hundred dollars railroad trans transportation
portation transportation a year in return fofi a hun hundred
dred hundred dollars worth of advertising space
he is verv likely to stay on good terms
-ith '...c railroad. If a big newknaper
can send its reporters and corres correspondents
pondents correspondents all over the county in return
tor a tenth or twentieth of the value
if their tickets in space that it would
jave to fill anyhow, its to the interest
of its managers to be friendly with the
railroad managers. On the other hand,
If a railroad hauls an editor and all his
family and his employes and some of
his friends all over the state in return
for advertising that it could pay for at
regular space rates with the price
some nes of one ticket, it is hardly
to Mamed if it expects the paper to
be -ledly to its policy and silent to
its shortcomings. Its a mighty little
railroad that has no policy and there
never was one big enough not to have
shortcomir js.
Twenti-flve years ago, there were
more papers in Florida in proportion
to the population than there are now.
They were not as good papers, and
some of them were very trifling, but
few of them didn't carry railroad ad advertising
vertising advertising in exchange for passes. And
the passes were out of all proportion
to the advertising. The

writer was4think COming.

personally acquainted with several ed
ltors who obtained in transportation
more in a year than their newspaper
plants were worth. lie had passes
himself, and tho he rode little for
pleasure, and not much in proportion
for business, his transportation would
have exceeded his advertising rates
two or three hundred per cent. One
editor, who had half a dozen In his
family, whose newspaper plant would
have been dear at $500, and whose cir circulation
culation circulation was never over 300, had pass passes
es passes not only all over the state, but all
over the United States, and he and the
members of his family seldom rode less
than a thousand dollars worth a year.
Two boys ran a little paper a few
months in a village on the J. T. & K.
W. Their paper was a five-column
folio, and its circulation consisted of
its exchange list and a couple of hun hundred
dred hundred copies that a wealthy orange
grower paid for to send to friends in
the north. Each of these boys had a
pass. It took them about two days to
do the work on their paper; and most
of the other days in the week, they
rode on the railroad. They would
board the morning train and ride to
Jacksonville, stand around the union
station for awhile, take the evening
train and ride back home. Or they
would vary the performance by going
to Sanford in the evening and return returning
ing returning home, or maybe going on to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville the next morning.
These were sample cases, but there
were many like them. Under such cir circumstances,
cumstances, circumstances, the press couldn't be ex expected
pected expected to be independent, and any man
who remembers those days knows that
it was not. On the other hand, the
railroad men, knowing that they were
giving the newspaper men a great deal
more than they earned, justifiably re regarded
garded regarded many of them not only as hire hirelings,
lings, hirelings, but as beggars.
The Star doesn't believe tnat a news newspaper
paper newspaper or a public man should attack a
railroad just because its a railroad.
But it thinks a newspaper should give
the news about a railroad like it does
about anything else. It should be
more particular about a railroad than
about individuals, because a railroad is
a public affair, and if the newspapers
gave the news about the roads, they
would never need to give any opinion.
But the railroads notoriously don't
want the news given about them. They
want puffs they want glowing de descriptions
scriptions descriptions of their virtues, but they
don't want a word about their failings.
They made that understood to the peo people
ple people who carried their passes in those
days, and they would make it under understood
stood understood now If they could help it. they
would never have a woid in print
about high rates, unsafe equipment,
slow trains, dirty cars or even fatal
accidents All newspaper reporters
who have dealt with railroad men
know this to be true. Yet the public
' has a perfect right to all such knowl knowledge.
edge. knowledge. It didn't receive much of it twenty
years or more ago. The roads had the

papers about where they wanted them.
True, it is, there were some outspoken
journals, and leader among them was
the Florida Times-Union, but it be belonged
longed belonged to Florida men at that time.
Following is an instance of the way
the pass system affected the press: An
independent railroad from Georgia in invaded
vaded invaded Florida, to the discontent of the
systems that then covered the state.
They did all they could to inconven inconvenience
ience inconvenience and discourage this road. They
would not make connections with it,
or honor its tickets, or let its cars go
over their lines, if they could help it.
An editor of one Florida paper, who
held passes on three Florida systems,
published two or three articles in which
he praised the new road and scored the

older ones for the way they treated it. I
And two of the Florida systems promp promp-lv
lv promp-lv took up his passes. The writer per personally
sonally personally knows of several other in instances
stances instances in which passes were taken
for reasons of less consequence, and it
became generally understood that if an
editor didn't want to pay his way on
the railroad, he had better not print,
anything displeasing to its manage management.
ment. management. The influence of the railroads over
legislators and other public officials at
that time was notorious and glaring.
The result of it all was that the peo people
ple people became wise to the corruption of
their servants and sent men to the
legislature who passed the anti-pass
law, and we can't see why any self self-respecting
respecting self-respecting railroad or newspaper man
wants it repealed. If the railroads
want advertising they can pay for it in
money, and if an editor wants to ride
he can go to the ticket office and buy
a ticKet UKe an -merjcan citizen in
stead of begging for a pass like a
Mexican peon.
It is very true that the railroads
control a number of Florida papers,
and it has been plainly proven that
they own one. lock, stock and ban el,
but the people are wise to them and
distrust them. The newspapers of
Florida have improved immensely and
the railroads have improved a great
deal in the last twenty years. There
is yet room for improvement, and one
of the needed improvements is for the
railroads to go out of the newspaper
business altogether. It seems like they
have had experience enough to know
that the people can spot their organs
just as well by what they print and
what they do not print as though they
had seen the mileage books handed
Governor Trammel signed the first
bill of the present session of the legis legislature
lature legislature yesterday. It was the bill creat creating
ing creating the new county of Bay out of
Washington. The bill creating the
county of Seminole out of Orange
county has.4assd both houses and
otherco"unty division bills are before
the legislature.
J. M. Meffert has faith in Lake
Wir as a pleasure Resort, a rest cure
and a good, all-th-year round home
for Marion county people. He bought
nineteen lots at thd sale the other day.
He says the Atlantic hasn't the only
beach. Truly, Lake Weir is a lovely
and healthful locality, and as the peo people
ple people around it increase, its beauties and
advantages also -increase.
Mr. Ford II. Rogers of Detroit, who
has a big farm at Burbank, shipped a
full car of Irish potatoes to Chicago
yesterday. Mr. Rogers is one of those
who is making a success of farming at
Burbank. He has a splendid farm and
irrigating plant. There are great pos possibilities
sibilities possibilities in Burbank soil, which could
easily raise enough food for a big city.
Dr. S. H. Blitch and daughter, Miss
Legie, were in town yesterday. The
doctor is for county division and was
wroth with the Star because it hadn't
helped the people of the northwest
corner to obtain better road3. It seems
to the Star that it has promptly and
willingly published all the complaints
from the doctor's section and that It
has said editorially that the people out
that way had a very important part of
the county and were entitled to con consideration.
sideration. consideration. But if the doctor thinks
we are going to let him and other good
folks over there go, he has another
As many as possible of our business
men should attend the Board of Trade
meeting this evening, and hear what
the gentlemen from Levy county and
the northwestern part of Marion have
to say about roads. They represent an
important section of country, one with
which Ocala has much social and com commercial
mercial commercial intercourse, and are entitled to
all the consideration that can be given
The Times-Union speaks in eulogis eulogis-tistic
tistic eulogis-tistic terms of Mr. F. H. J. von Engel Engel-ken
ken Engel-ken of East Palatka, who will accom accompany
pany accompany Senator Fletcher and other mem
bers of the American Commission of
the Southern Commercial Congress to
Europe, to study the system of rural
credits and co-operation abroad. Mr.
von Engelken is a son of Dr. von En
gelken of Ocala. The Times-Union
says of him:
"Mr. Von Engelken is likely to prove
one of the most useful members, per
haps the most useful member, of the
committee. Thoroughly acquainted
with several of the languages of
Europe and mentally in touch with its
people, he may be able to gather
much information that might escape
other members not so well equipped,
and it is likely to be accurate infor
mation. Understanding the needs and
methods of thought of the American
farmer, especially as he is found in
Florida, he will be able to look at all
questions from a German and from an
American standpoint alike. His ob
servations and deductions should prove
of great value. The large amount
subscribed to the fund for paying his
expenses abroad by the Palatka board
of trade shows how well his neighbors
think of him."
In Washington yesterday, before an
audience composed of diplomatic rep
resentatives of all of the nations of
the earth Secretary of State Bryan,
with the approval of President Wilson,
submitted a proposal for an interna
tional agreement to delay war. It is
proposed that an international commis
sion be formed and that the parties to
the agreement shall not declare war
or begin hostilities until an Investiga Investigation
tion Investigation is made and a report submitted.
What would you think of a woman
and they say there is one in Miami
who will "stand off" the washerwoman
and use the money that might have
gone to her in the purchase of a new
hat? But we must have hats. Miami
We are afraid that woman has du duplicates
plicates duplicates in almost every city. If she
doesn't stand off the wifchrlady, she
stands off the butcher, the bake or
the candlestick maker. And she gen generally
erally generally keeps posted on the society
news by reading her next-door neigh neighbor's
bor's neighbor's paper.

fin. in in

To Make Themaelve at Home Id the
Hoard of Trade Room When
la Ocala.
Ocala business men realize that
without the farmer, their work would
b of no avail, and with this fact in
mind Secretary Rooney has made
special provision for the convenience
of the agriculturalists when fitting up
the IJoard of Trade's new headquar headquarters.
ters. headquarters. Mr. Rooney lias moved the Board of
Trade furniture into the big and airy
room that it will occupy in the future
Passing over with bare mention the
articles necessary for his work, desk,
chairs, phone typewriter and table, all
of which takes up little space, he is
making arrangements not only for the
comfort and convenience at the meet meetings
ings meetings of the board, but for the enter entertainment
tainment entertainment and information of farmers
and other visitors to the city.
There will be a long table with pen-.

ink, stationery and blotters for all five reels being of the laughing kind,
who desire to write letters. There will j "An Up-to-Date Lover is a side side-be
be side-be a newspaper file with the Banner, 1 splitting comedy by the Biograph Com-

Star and other papers of interest to
the people of this section. The Manu Manufacturers'
facturers' Manufacturers' Record, Literary Digest and
other publications always sought for
by business men, will also have a
place on the reading table. A number
of state and national agricultural, so sociological
ciological sociological and industrial reports will
be kept for reference. There will be
maps and pictures, a telephone booth
in which a man may phone to .Tax or
Tampa if he wants to. always cold
water and a warm welcome. A big
book will be kept for all visitors to
register their names, and the farmers i
in particular are asked to call in inscribe
scribe inscribe their names, tell the progress of
their sections, obtain information,
write the'r letters and otherwise make
themselves at home. The place is
easy to find, it is No. Ill Broadway, in
the Ocala House L, between the
Western Union office and the A. C. L.
passenger station, opposite the Post Post-office
office Post-office drugstore, which has been there
ever since Buck was a calf, and he is
quite an old cow now.
Among the many beautiful things
of the recent Woman's Missionary
conference held in this city, there was
none more pleasing to Ocala people
than an incident of the last evening
service. Souls had been lifted by the
presence and addresses of the foreign
missionaries; presentations of work in
the homeland had been made by bril brilliant,
liant, brilliant, cultured, consecrated women,
great things were planned to be done
for the master and there was great re rejoicing
joicing rejoicing over what had been accom accomplished,
plished, accomplished, but the sweetest, note of the
meeting was when Mrs. W. T. Gary,
the beloved president of the W. C. T.
U. of Ocala, presented to the presiding
officer of the conference, Mrs. Hanson,
art exquisite bunch of Easter lilies
tied with white ribbon, the symbol of
the order. Mrs. Hanson accepted the
beautiful flowers with a most gracious
and tender little speech. Every heart
responded as Mrs. Gary pleaded,
earnestly and eloquently, for "a close
federation of all Christian women in
doing the Master's work."
The W. C. T. U. members, who are
exceedingly fond of their gifted pres-j
ident, requested her speech for pub publication.
lication. publication. Mrs. Gary said:
"Madam President and Sisters In
Christian Work: I want to thank you
first of all for coming to our city and
bringing to us such feasts of soul
which it has been our privilege to par partake
take partake of during the past few days. I
speak as a member of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club of Ocala, the Baptist church
and its various societies, and on be behalf
half behalf of these organizations and of the
entire citizenship of Ocala, I want to
say that we have enjoyed to the full fullest
est fullest extent your presence among us
and have gleaned from your meetings
rich blessings. It has occurred to me
again and again as I have listened to
the reports from your leaders why
there should be this multiplicity of
societies the Woman's Christian Tem Temperance
perance Temperance Union, the Federation of Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Clubs, the King's Daughters, and
all the various societies of the differ different
ent different denominations. Lie end and aim
of all is the same. During your meet meetings
ings meetings we have heard every possible line
of work discussed. A stranger com coming
ing coming into one of these meetings with without
out without any previous knowledge of the
name of the organization would
scarcely be able to identify it. Still
in God's great plan there must be
some good reason for this division of
minds, and although we work under
different names we work for the same
end. This end is beautifully express expressed
ed expressed in the words of a little poem which
impressed itself indellibly upon my
mind when a little child and has re recurred
curred recurred so frequently of late:
' 'If I were a sunbeam
I know where I'd go;
Into lonely hovels.
Dark with want and woe.
Till sad hearts looked upward
I would shine and shine
Then they'd think of heaven.
Their sweet homeland and mine.'
To make sad hearts look upward is
the object of all woman's public work.
"My special mission tonight is from
the W. C. T. U. Although an unknown
president of a local union I wish to
speak on behalf of the state organi organization.
zation. organization. We wish to acknowledge
your cooperation in this great work of
temperance. You all know what we
are and for what we stand. Many of
your members also belong to us. By
the special study of the work which
you have planned for the coming year
our work will be made many fold
more effective.
"In grateful acknowledgement of
the service to this course which your
organization has rendered in the past
and the even greater service which it
is to render in the future, we present
to you these lilies, fit emblem of the
motive which impels the heart of wom woman
an woman to the sacrifices she makes for the
cause of temperance."
Mr, L, K. Bishop died at his home at
Weirsdaie yesterday morning. The re remains
mains remains were prepared for shipment to
Conroy, Ga., by Mclver & MacKay. Mr.
Bishop has been a resident of Weirs Weirs-dale
dale Weirs-dale for six years. He was 52 years of
age and leaves a widow, a son and two
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor
ner. .Meals a la carte ana iane:ies at
any hour. Ad.
Don'tbe surprised IT you nave an at attack
tack attack of rheumatism th's spring. Just
rub the affected parts freely with
Chamberlain's Liniment and It will
eoon disappear. For sale by all dealers-


Six Reel, lath Prize and Good Music
by Ml Vonge. Ideal Touigbt
The Ideal was well patronized again
last night and the cash prize was won
by Lee Meadows, who held the lucky
number. Tonight's bill of six picture
reels are:
A Dinner Bell lionianee," a veryj
ringing western comedy. j
"His Ideal of Power," starring Mr. j
hdwm August as the young nnancier.
"The Gallop of Death," a tremen tremendous
dous tremendous thrilling drama.
"His Brother Keeper." a strangely
attractive western drama.
"The Rich Mr. Rockamorgan," an
excrutiatingly funny comedy-drama.
"Becky Becky." a pretty rural com comedy.
edy. comedy. In addition to the six reels the cash
prize and fine music at the Ideal to tonight.
night. tonight. Five Licenced Feature Reel Temple
Comedy night tonight, four of the
pany and is a feature in itself. '.Super '.Superstitious
stitious '.Superstitious Joe" is an Kdison laugh getter
and is a scream from start to finish.
Three other features and good music
by the Temple orchestra. "Mr. Stran Stranger
ger Stranger in Ocala" if you will follow the
crowds who delight in good pictures j
you will attend the Temple's per- j
formance. The reason, because we have!
the highe.-t priced service in Ocala, j
because every picture is a LICENSED j
feature, because there is always the
best of music, because you can enjoy
all these good things in a read theater,!
because never have to give prizes
to draw a crowd.
The Foil lew at the Temple Theater
Neit Friday Mght Here Last
Vear in hat Happened
to June"
The Follies, who will le remembered.
appeared here last year in the roaring!
farce eomedy '"What Happened to
Jones" will be here again on next Fri-j
day night. If the many expressions'
of satisfactions heard are any indica-
tion all who witnessed the production
at that time will turn out en masse toj
welcome their return. "What Happen- j
ed to Jones" was pronounced not mere- j
ly a very creditable amateur produc-1
tion, but "fully the equal of the ma-1
Ijority of the professional shows seen
in Ocala that season." This will be
even more true this year, inasmuch as
Theo Hudgins in addition to his duties
as director of the club will be seen in
one of the leading roles. Mr. Hudgins
is well known in Ocala both personally'
and by reputation, he having appeared
in the city a number of times in addi addition
tion addition to having an excellent reputation
as an actor of the first water. Other Otherwise
wise Otherwise all members of the cast are stud
ents of the university or young ladies
of Gainesville. The cast has been j
picked for their adaptability to the
Fred llocktr is leading man flaying
delightfully the role of the tonsorial
artist who is posing as a profound!
"Dummy" Taylor, Florida's famous
football player attempts to demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate that he is as good an actor as
athlete. Moreover, he succeeds. As
the Rev. James Tweedle, attempting to'
drive out an imposter and, incidental -j
ly. making love to the winsome lady;
of two widowhoods. Dummy's form is ;
the equal of any he ever displayed on I
the gridiron.
Among others in the case Misses
Elinor Crom, a former resident of
Ocala, Eva Futeh and Ruth Hudgins
and McC. Phipps, who were in the
"What Happened to Jones" cast and
Miss Winifred Pedrick and Finley
"My Friend From India," the play
selected to succeed "What Happened to
Jones" is a roaring farce very much
on the order of the latter. From be beginning
ginning beginning to end it is a laugh and noth nothing
ing nothing else. The trials and tribulations
of a family whose wealth has a foun foundation
dation foundation of hogs as they try to scale the
ladder of social success in New York,
is its theme. Its moral is the success
of deception. The lesson it teaches is
that you can get away with anything
if your wit is sharp enough. If you
want to find a sermon in a play give
The Follies a wide berth. But if you
want something to make you look on
the bright side of trouble you are cor cordially
dially cordially invited. You can't lose any anything
thing anything and may gain a great deal in
avoirdupoise. The safe thing is to get
your tickets for "My Friend From In India"
dia" India" and be there. Ask anybody who
saw The Follies last year and then i
pass the word along The Follies are
1 ft 1 2 Michigan, splendid condition,
$1,000; cost new, $1980.
1912 Cadillac, splendid condition.
$1,280; cost new $2,240.
1911 Cadillac, splendid condition,
$900; cost new $2,100.
Maxwell Roadster, splendid condi condition.
tion. condition. $250; cost new $7.50.
191 J Rambler, fair shape, $250;
cost new. $2,200.
And others just as good bargains.
Agents for Lozier. Michigan 40 and
419 West Adams St.
Phone 4787. Jacksonville, Fla.
Coughs and colds, when neglected,
always lead to serious tro ble of the
lungs. The wisest thing to do when
you have a cold that troubles you Is to
get a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery. You will get relief from the
first dose, and finally the cough will
disappear. O. H. Brown, of Muscadine,
Ala., writes: "My wife was down in
bed with an obstinate cough, and I
honestly believe had It l ot been for
Dr. King's New Discovery, she would
not be living today." Known for
forty-three years as the best remedy
for coughs and colds. Price 50 cents
and $1. Recommended by Tydings &
Co. Adv.
An elegant line of lawyers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any corr that could
be desired, just received at the Star
FLUID in the house and the stable,
it is as good for animal Mesh as It la
for the human body. It heals sores,
cuts, ragged wounds, coli, dysentery,
galls, chafes, scratches, distemper,
bots, and worms. There is hardly any
limit to its usefulness about the home.
Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Adv.
Solid and filled chains, the best for
the money, and guaranteed as repre represented.
sented. represented. A. E. Burnett Ad.

Jo F

General Building Contractors
303 Osceola Street, Ocala, Fla. PHONE 389. Block Northeast of Postoffice
. We are prepared to handle all branches of Building Work, no matter how large or small. We ..offer our
services and materials. Carpentry, Masonry, Brick and Stone, Plumbing, Steam Fitting, Lathing and. Plas Plastering,
tering, Plastering, Roofing, Blacksmithing, Special Iron Work.-and all other branches of building.
We Offer to the Trade Lime, Cement, Plaster, Roofing, Sewer Pipe, Plumbing and Steam Fitting Supplies and
Building Brick, Both Common and Pressed.


Did you know that you could buy first first-class,
class, first-class, made-to-order screens in Ocala
for less money and quicker delivery
than you can get from any other
screen house? You can


We Make Ai
are making them
fied customers.

house and

desired. Not made in Jacksonville or
any other seaport, or inland town,, but

The spring-fall term proper of our
fine little select school will close Fri Friday,
day, Friday, April 25th, but as we have sev several
eral several pupils who have not finished their
business course and a few good stud students
ents students who wish a month longer In- their
work, we will be open for four weeks
after the 25th inst.
We shall prefer to take pupils who
need arithmetic, algebra and English
grammar only and can come from 8 to
11:30 a. m. Rate per month as hereto heretofore.
fore. heretofore. If young teachers should like to
learn the finest system of easy arith arithmetic
metic arithmetic and short methods we will give
them the whole course in one month
for $10. in separate class.
Geo. C. Rooney.
Pains in the back and Irregularities
to which women are subject, with all
their attendant miseries, yield at once
COMPOUND. It Is a powerful restor restorative.
ative. restorative. It is" as pleasant to take as the
juice of a sweet orange Price $1 per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Adv.
Mr. A. S. Burgess nas 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.
"My little son had a very severe cold.
wa3 recommended to try Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and before a small bot bottle
tle bottle was finished he was a3 well as
ever," writes Mrs. IL Silks. 29 Dowling
street, Sydney, Australia, This remedy
is for sale by all dealers. Adv.
The correct treatment Tor cuts,
burns, scalds, wounds, sores lumbago,
rheumatism, or neuralgia is BAL BALLARD'S
ing, healing, penetrating and anticeptic which
Is everything that is needed to effect
a complete cure. Price 25c, 50c and $1
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
If you eat something disagrees
with you, don't let it work its own way
through. It's a slow process and
makes you feel bad. Get rid of it
quickly by taking a dos of HERBINE.
It drivea out impurities In the stomach
and bowels and you feel better Immedi Immediately.
ately. Immediately. Price 50 cents. Sold by all
dealers. Adv.
For biliousness, malaria and consti constipation,
pation, constipation, the proper remedy Is SIM SIMMON'S
The first dose makes you feel better and
a little more of the same medicine
cures you completely. Price, large
package. 51; smai size, 25 cents. Sold
Ky all druggists. Adv.
( OVKlltni V LODGE F. I". OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union ot
rnerica. meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. JL
Cha.. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.





fit the screens

Agent for a dozen of the best Fire Insurance Companies in tfce
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your Insurance business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for Yon r Business In Any of These Lines.-
F. W. DITTO Phone 285 OCALA, FLA.

General Contractor
and Builder
tlodern Home, Store and Office Build Buildings
ings Buildings Erected at Reasonable Price.
All Kinds of Repair Work Promptly
Plan FaraUbed With all Work. All
Work Guaranteed
Box 429
STo. 38, Saneae Street

Union Square
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.

h4.mricao Plan. 52 per day and up.

' Special Weekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.

Fort Kin? Camp No. 14. Woodmen of
the World, will hold lis next regular
meeting Friday evening. May 9th. at
Yonge's Hall. Every member la urgel
to be present. Visitors, always wel welcome.
come. welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
C. K. Sage. Clerk. Ad.
Clocks of all kinds and at all prices.
A. E. Burnett. Adv.


& CO

Ask our satis-


measure your

Town property. Improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real proflt proflt-bringins
bringins proflt-bringins Investments.
Orange Groves .Jetaol etoai Ehrd
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
the taxes.
European Plan, fl.00 per day aad a p.
The Ocala Lodge Xo. 90. Loral Ofr
der of Moose, meets each Thursday
even'ng at 8 o'clock in the Gary build
ing, third floor. V'sitlng brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon. Dictator.
E. 1 Stapp, Secretary. Ad.
Plckard's fine band-painted china At
Burnett, the Jeweler's. Ad.




gt as hepyou

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4G CfwkZVX Assist

Time a isfei


When a man is sick he pays a doctor for advice
before he uses it; he does the same with his lawyer.
The banker gives advice cheerfully and free. When
you arein financial difficulties, why not consult us?
It is strange that the banker, whose advice is as
cheerful as it is free, is never sought BEFORE men
have risked and lost their money, but AFTER. If
you want some advice or help, come in; we will wel welcome
come welcome you.
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

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



IV e Guarantee lo Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines1


As wf employ none hut experts we fire position to guarantee ev every
ery every piece of work we coastruet to stand the Inspection of the most
rigid Inspector. It costs nothing to Ret our figures, and you are the
trliinrr, whether we secure the contract or not. Give us a trial.





i Hardware Co.,

Phone 118.
Ocaia, IFIoiPlcIau

We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are in a position to
make some attractive prices on it. We are the only dealera
in this section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
have demonstrated in the past that it is absolutely the best,
strongest fence on the market,-and running it as we have in
competition with the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.




Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 54.

Easter lilies for sale. Phone 37. Ad.

Royal Arch Masons meet tonight.

pictures. Adv.


Mr. R. C. Cam i.

ha returned from

F1VK FKATllli: LlfKKl) HF.EI.
T I : P LK 1 V 1 i II T. A 1 v.

FOR RENT Comfortable house close
in. Apply ,to Star office. 4-22-?

Mr. John Dozier i. putting a new new-roof
roof new-roof on his residence on Oklawaha avenue.

Mr. Edwin Spencer of Belleview was
in town today.

Matinee tomorrow
pictures. Adv.

Temple, five


To ( inili-r With t UUfM from I.erjr on
;mi1 Hu tills untl County
Ocala. ria.. April 23.
Members Hoard of Trade: Every
member is uryred to he present this
evt-nir.. 7:30 o'clock, at new office,'' 111
Broadway, to confer with committee
of citizens from Williston. Levy coun county,
ty, county, in reference to good roads and
probable county division. Let us "hear
what they have to say. Come -one,
come ail. J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
Approved: George MacKay, President.


DfrnfN a nriitni- Metlnl if Any Man

Mr .A. M. Bursess is out from
weeks struggle with tlie grip.

Mirrors are always casting
tions on a man's best friend.

Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 1-5

Matinee tomorrow
pictures. Adv.

The Star jsave ;iiite a full descrip description
tion description of the tire yesterday, but it failed
to mention the gallant act of one brave
youn volunteer fireman. It passed
him over because the reporter saw so
much hard fighting .a gainst the liames
and so many men and boys going into

fine danger that at the time it seemed like

la matter of course, but since there has
been time to reliect it is obvious that
two the act deserves special mention.

While tlie big building: in which the
lire broke out was in full blaze, and
the sparks soaring up were wafted in
showers all over the southwestern
j.hrt of the city, a burning fragment
lodged on the roof of S. V. Hadley's
two and half story house on South
Magnolia street, and soon set the

Temple, five fine s!l:.,,.s un nre Anions the volunteers

re flee

who rushed to this danger point was

lLawton liailey. who without waiting
i f or an extension ladder c limbed to

'balcony of the second story on a small
ladder, drew the ladder up after him
eeni easy ; an, then, while three negro men held
I tlie ladder on the balcony, climbed to

tlie roof. The ladder had an insecure
Sweet peas by the dozen or hundred. f0(jtjng-, and held only by the men be-

Mr. E. L. Stapp is at Green Sprin;
for a ten days visit.

Plenty of men and things
until you try to do them.

Phone No. 2 4 6. Adv. 4-21-3td
One thing worse than a quitter
tlie chap who is afraid to begin.

low. with no resting place above, it
swayed like the mast of a boat in a
storm. It was a task that might well

ha v any man. however

i brave anl active, but Iawton climbed
Mr. John T. Moore is adding several jthe wavering rounds to tlie roof, and
rooms and some veranda space to hiswas tearing off the burning shingles
home on North Magnolia street. jwith his bare hands when help arrived.
I Chief Chambers witnessed the act.
Don"t forget about those unbreaka-' MV it ....... ,.nt (lf fi,H most .larin-

Hi 111 IB

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

UI-m. Van Engelken Entertained at
. ' h rldRe
Miss Marie VaniEngelken was the
f tfftiTf hosesslast evening of a
four-table brJael party which she
gave as a special compliment to

Marv ;


kipworth. a

and,4 Lola McClure and

trio of vivacious


Tne"nxteen jdayers included besides
the honor guests Misses Bettie Mclver,
Josie Dullock, Clara Johnson, Alice
Bullock, Adele Bittinger. Messrs. Hib Hib-bert
bert Hib-bert Weathers, O. B. Howse. YV. D.
Taylor. Frank Harris. Jr.. V. B. Galla Gallagher.
gher. Gallagher. Ralph Robinson. A. P. Smith and
Dr. Carlisle Izlar.
Bridge scores were kept on dainty
hand-painted Japanese tallies and on
comparing scores at the close of the
games. Miss Alice Bullock and Mr.
Weathers held highest. The former
was presented an exquisite lace hand handkerchief
kerchief handkerchief and the latter a deck of card?
in a leather case. Candies were en-,
joyed during the games and the eve evening
ning evening was concluded with a half hour
spent feasting on tempting shrimp
salad served with wafers, olives, sand sandwiches,
wiches, sandwiches, mint ice and cake.
Miss Van Engelken, who is one of
our loveliest society girls, always en entertains
tertains entertains charmingly and her party of
last evening was one of the most en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable of the season.

Take any dollar out of your pocket, look at it and realize,
what it means. In that dollar there is a man's work for a
whole day, and there is FOR YOU freedom from slavery and
from poverty for at least one day.
Look at the dollar, realize it represents labor value frozen
into money.
Keep that dollar not in your pocket, but in this Lank,
where it will earn interest. Addother dollars to it, and It
won't take you long to become independent.


H. D. STOKES, C&shittr.









South Atlantic League,
Every Evening.



ble combs that we guarantee
Court Pharmacy. Adv.

at tlie

he lias seen in hi-man.

experience as a fire-

Meinorinl Day
Tomorrow is Memorial Day, and
Dickison Chapter of the United Daugh Daughters
ters Daughters of tlie Confederacy, will follow
out its annual custom of putting flow flowers
ers flowers and wreaths of myrtle on the
graves of the veterans in both the old
and new cemeteries, myrtle symbol symbolism
ism symbolism being today as in ancient times,
when sacred to Venus the goddess of
love and beauty, and its leaves formed
wreaths for bloodless victors. It was
also a symbol of civil authoritv.

Members of the chapter met this af-

ternoon at the home of the president.M

.Mrs. L). K. Mclver. and made the

j wreaths, which will be placed in the

Heating's Bullet.

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TKJ1IM.1-: TOM;iIT. AdT.

'4mmii. mi: a hi-: comim;

Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Webster have re returned
turned returned home from Ocala. Mr. Webster
has erected some handsome concrete
art bungalows there, and Mrs. Web Webster
ster Webster spent a week or more with him.
DeLand News.

Matinee tomorrow Temple, five tine
pictures. Adv.

i The advance guard of the great army
of commission men has hit Ocala and
the others will be coming in right
.along until the cantaloupes and water water-I
I water-I melons have advanced sufficiently to
bring the buyers. The hotel men are
always glad to see this bunch of giood
: fellows come to town.

m: iimu: t oiiM,i:rKi)

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

The home
Brown and

of Mr. and Mrs. Tube
Mrs. Brown's sister. Miss

! Atkinson, is now almost comtileted and

Mr. and Mrs. Brown will move back tor .t. i-ui

morning. Tlie school children contrib
uted many of the flowers.
When the arrangement of the dec

orations were completed Mrs. Mclver
served home-made cake and lemonade.
. .
Rev. and Mrs. Bunyan Stephens and
Master McClure Stephens returned co co-day
day co-day from a three days visit to Kissim Kissim-mee.
mee. Kissim-mee.
Mr. and Mrs. uay Livingston whose
wedding was a pretty vent taking
place in this city last April, have rent rented
ed rented a little cottage in Kissimmee and
are now housekeeping. It will be
pleasant news to their host of friends
to know that Mrs. Livingston has en-

afternoon site was tendered a reception

by Mrs. R. B. liJ-TrtorrrJ5ident of

the SoutherCross Chapter.

.Mrvc.en Cook, after a pleasant vHit
tolhe family f his son, Mr. F, W.
look. in this city, wffs returned to'Jiis

home at West Pan Reach. Mr. Cook

was one of the fcritfige kings of Vo Volusia
lusia Volusia county twenevyears ago. andnas
continued to prosper since his- move
down the east coast. ...
Mrs. Donald Fraser had the misfor misfortune
tune misfortune to step on a nail Wednesday.


which will necessitate an indoor!
for a few days.


No doubt you know quite a lot or(u.ala from Trilby and occupy the j appendicitis


who have outlived their

-if thev ever had any.


j property. I lie new house is said to be
lone of the prettiest in the city, though

mot a large one. It is located opposite
Rheinauer's is the place to find the;Mr Jakf, lirown's home.

best makes and most popular prices of

ladies' and children's shoes. Ad.


Messrs. Hampton and Hall are load- :
ing two cars of sweet potatoes at j
Surnmerfjeld. grown by them on Mr.

Hall's land at that point. The pota

toes will go to a northern market. j

T 1 : 31 1 L K T O M I ; I IT. Adv.

The I'hilathea sewing circle of the
Baptist church will hold a cake and
candy sale at the band stand"Maturday
morninff at 10 o'clock. v-.

The county judge has issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license to Jfir. '. K. Teuton and
Miss, Artie SpaKman. a young; 'couple
of Dunnellon,

Tlie (ild Fellows anniversary sermon
will be preached at the Presbyterian
Church next Sunday morning by Rev.
W. H. Dodge.
All members of Tulula Lodge and
all visiting Odd Fellows are requested
to meet at tlie hall at 1:1j a m., to
proceed to the church. In view of the
occasion, and the excellent sermon Dr.
Dodge is sure to preach, it is hoped all
the members will be present.


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

Mr. T. H. Bppes, traveling salesman
for the Richmond Paper Manufactur Manufacturing
ing Manufacturing Co., was in the city today, calling
on tlie newspaper and job offices. This
was Mr. Eppes first visit to Ocala and
he is delighted with the city.

Matinee tomorrow Temple, five fine
pictures. Adv.

COOK WANTED Go to Tampa.
Room furnished. Best wages. German
or colored. Cook and general house-

I work. Small family,. Apply Saturday

or Monday to Mr. J. B, Ley, 9 1) Fort of

Mrs. G. W. Pitts of St. Petersburg
was taken today to the hospital, where
she will le operated on for appendi appendicitis.
citis. appendicitis. Mrs. Lenn Griggs is able to sit up
ami will soon return to her home.
Little George Lonneker who has been
an inmate of the hospital for several
weeks with typhoid fever, will return
t his home at Homosassa tomorrow,

Miss Elizabeth Haile will arrive to tonight
night tonight from Baltimore. Mil., nd will be

the guest of her cousins. Mr. and Mrs.
Walter K. Haile, at their home on
West Beaver street. Jacksonville Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis. Mrs. F. W. Parse left today for a
visit to Orlando.
Mrs. Leonard Newman, who has
been the guest of Mrs. G. T. Maughs
during the Methodist missionary con

vention, returned to her home in Jack-:-sonville
Mr. and Mrs. Pillans and daughter.
Miss Dixie Pillans of Electra, spent

yesterday m town visiting relatives
and shopping.
Mrs. Edward Badger will leave in a
few days for Tampa to visit her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. S. G. Moyers.
Mrs. Gunderson has a host of friends
who will learn with regret of her sud sudden
den sudden alarming illness at the residence
of Capt. and Mrs. S. R. Pyles, where
she makes her home.

Manager Green of the Temple pic picture
ture picture show has two rare : treats in
store for his patrons ntxt week the

first, a 1200-foot reel of p.'ct-Ares of thej

Ponce de Leon celebration that has be become
come become an annual attraction at St. Au Augustine.
gustine. Augustine. TheJUm is brand new, j the
pictures having been taken at the re recent
cent recent celebration held in St. Augustine
and come to Ocala almost from the
manufacturers. Our people will appre appreciate
ciate appreciate this opportunity to view scenes

historic old St. Augustine, many

R. L. West was a passenger to Ocala
yesterday afternoon. He expects f to

A congressman from Kentucky Is
credited with the brilliant observation
that if free trade in hooks and eyes
will put them out of business lie is
with the measure heartily. He believes
tlie pesky parasi4es are the bane tf ev every
ery every married man's life and should be
damned and doomed. Can anyone won wonder
der wonder that a man with such scintillating
intellect and forethought for the wel welfare
fare welfare of his afflicted fellow man should
become a congressman? Orlando Sen Sentinel.
tinel. Sentinel. Miss Ona Bright has returned Trom
Ocala, where she has been attending

the annual conference of the Woman's
Missionary Society as a delegate from
tie Young Ladies' Missionary Society
of the springfield church. T.lmes T.lmes-V'nion.
V'nion. T.lmes-V'nion. Mr. and Mrs. Mai. H. Haughton have

returned to the city after a pleasant
honeymoon in Green Cove Springs,, and
are at home to their friends at 920 Riv Riverside
erside Riverside avenue. Times-Union.

Mrs. M. K. Bingham, who has been
visiting friends and relatives at her
former home. Winter Haven, for the
past six weeks, returned home last
night on Sunnyjim.
Mr. Guy Geiger, wl,i left this city
a year" or so ago to nfike his home in
Jacksonville, is "nere-' ?ora fev days,
visiting his father a id brother. Mr.
Geiger has a position the bookkeep bookkeeping
ing bookkeeping department of the? Fourth National


.Dr. J. E. Chace and his son Huglrare
home from their outicg at Cedar Key

The doctor is alway .'tnised from a

social and irofeional standpoint
when he is outot town. He feels- now
like taking up .his duties with renew renewed
ed renewed vigor. Theseaair and bathir g did
Master Hugh k, world of good and he

Editor 'Star: Please allow me epace
to say, in behalf of the Woman's Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Society of the Methodist church
of cala I wish to thank the ladies of
the other denominat Ions who. so kindly
opened their homes and assisted us n
tlie entertainment of our guests, and
the ladies who assisted our choir, and
made the singing a special feature
which was so much enjoyed.
I wish to thank each member of the
various committees of our society for
their untiring efforts and splendid, work
in attending to every detail; and the
young ladies of our church who so ef-

ncientiy and graciously served a
pages each day, and to every one wha
in any way contributed to the comfort
and pleasure of our guests during
their stay with us, I sincerely thank.
The convention was a success in ev every
ery every way. Respect full y,
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski. President.

fhti:hal vmov spkcial
ii:f.tixg axd feast

King avenue.


The unique Parker pen sing in the
show, window of the Court Pharmacy
'a attracting much attention.

Siioe polish of every description can
be found at the Court Pharmacy. If it
is shoe polish, they have it. Adv.

A big sweet potato, which lias been

! on exhibition since October at the Com

mercial Bank, has sprouted, and the

Ocala citizens having attended the
spectacular evf-nf. The other feature
attraction that Mr. Green has secured
is the famous Hagenbach and Wallace
Circus, which will be given later in
the week and is sure to draw a pack packet
et packet house. Mr. Green will arrange the
lobby of the Temple to look like tlie
entrance of a -sawdust" arena and
make many other preparations for the
"big show" that will be most novel
and original.

Mr. AV. E. Allen, one of the foremost

men of Mcintosh', is in town toda'jf,
greeting- his nmero,us Ocala friends,
and visiting hisjdaugtiter, Mrs! .1. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Robinson left
yesterday for their home in Ocala.
after a brief visit in this city. Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Metropolis.
. .
Mr. W. P.. Gallagher returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a business trip to Tampa.
Sister Esther Carlotta. who was in
Ocala last week, has concluded a visit
to Miami. Wednesday even'ng she de delivered
livered delivered a brilliant speech before a
packed house, her subject being the
work ot the l'nited Daughters of the
Confederacy and the reason that led
up to its organization. Wednesday

Last night Concordia Lodge No. 181
F. U. of A., had a well attended meet meeting
ing meeting at Yonge's hall. State Manager N.
I. Gottlieb was present, and explained
the expectancy plan. He also exem exemplified
plified exemplified the secret work of the order. As
a proof of the esteem and confidence the
F. V. of A. is held, Mr. Gottlieb said
that only last month the Triple Tie of
Kansas with 7500 members has joined
the ranks of the Fraternal Union. This
makes an increase in their membership
of over 22500 since last year. The F.
!.. of A. has operated in Florida for
about fifteen years and at all times has
met every obligation promptly. It has
an absolutely clean record and is proud
of it. After the meeting the lodge re repaired
paired repaired to the Ocala House dining room,
where substantial refreshments were
served and where the lest of good fel fellowship
lowship fellowship prevailed. The occasion was
"all to the good." .


vine is beginning- to curl gracefully! The star w mi-informed about the
around the paying teller's window. .mality of 'the dons found dead yester-
-day morning. They were not curs of

looks like a new boy.
.. .,-

Mrs. Mary Eagleton will be the sten stenographer
ographer stenographer in the Board of Trade rooms,
and not only look after her profes professional
sional professional duties but aid in keeping the
place neat and cheerful.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Davis of Zuber
spent the morning in town.
Mr. E. K. Nelson who has1 been at attending
tending attending to business in and out of
Ocala for several days, left for his
home in Tampa this afternoon.
Mrs. Clifford Anderson, who has
been in bed nearly three weeks, is yet
unable to sit up. the news of w-hich
will b received with regret by her
manv friends.

FpR SALE Maxwell automobile.

low degree


horsepower, only been used six months, 'most pri ed animals in town

in perfect condition, reason for selling, owner

need a four-passenger car. Apply
U F. Blalock. 4-1 S


Everybody who visits the Coinnier-

jcial Bank stops to admire the bunch

of fine beets from Mrs. ('loses farm
which lies on the counter before th
president's desk.

me of the best and

and their

are not only indignant but

deeply grieved at their loss. They
were poisoned, but whether with ma -liciou
intent, or by some mistake, is
not known. It is to be hoped the lat lat-tt
tt lat-tt r. for next to a human it is a crime
to unnecessarily kill a good dog.

young hens. 1&12 hatch, for sale at
$1.50 each. McLean Bros. Poultry
Farm, Conant, Fla. 4 23-w 2t

The successful poultry ra'
Conker's Poultry Remedie.?-

Fitlt SALE 25 to 30 Plymouth Rock
homing pigeon. Apply to this of office.
fice. office. 4-2-"-tit

Nunnally's can-lies. always fresh,
sent every few days by express to the
Po st office Dru g s r e. A d v.

er uses
-because I

COLLIER "BROS., Proprietors,

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

We Sett
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Phone 296

he ban lst.i n.l. on which Doil ire

he knows their value. Right now is i Co. hav. ben exercising their skill

the time to get Conkey Remedies for looks as good as new.
the hatching season. Conkey's Lice'
rowder. Lice Liquid. Head Lice Oint- j Mr. Tom Pritchett, who has been on

ment, White Diarrhoea and Cholera' the sici
T t 1 V 1 i i

uemcuj'. e guarantee aosoiuie sat-jauiin.

icfaction with every Conkey prepara-! day.
tion. Ocala Seed Store, tues-fri 4v j

! i nree nree-in
in nree-in T ......

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list for several days, is oui

and was here from Candler to-

Mr. W. J. Seckinger
town from Martel today

iracted meeting goin


odist church at that rla-e. Re v.

wno was

on in t !ie .Met a-

Bridges is doing the preaching and ex expects
pects expects to f soon aided by Rv. Allen.

nearo h Alex Harris
Rastl-y and Charlie Thomas

of stealing from the A. C. L.

t at Candler, were on trial before

e SmH.'i this afternoon.

You will look a gooa while before!

you find a better medicine for coughs



driving an auto cannot for an

bar.ish from Judge Bullock's

-a :

and colds than Chamberlain's Cough

Remedy. It not only gives relief it! M
cures. Try it when yon have a cough i

or cold, and you are certain to be pleas- i ..

t .-. a

f judicial delib-


ed with the prompt cure which it will-. .,,i(..r; v

erreci. f or saie oy an ueaiers. aqt.

C. Blarhvhard
i for we fine t
Green will
.n the southea.

is laying the

wo-story nouse
build on his

? t of town.

For first class automoDlle service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.

To Stop the Coujh Cure the Tickling
Spray or mop the throat with the wonderful

HEALING OIL. It Cn-es ia One Day. I uU

directions -with each boiUe. 25c, iwc, $i.00

3 cans Van Camp's soup .

3 " M beans.. -.25c

" M Hominy 25c
" Mince Meat 25c
" Sunbeam shrimp 25c

1 lb Soda 5c

2 cans small Hat Salmon 35c

1 " large " .-30c

1 " tall Salmon 30c

" Argo large Salmon 45c

1 Ocean Gem tall ... 20c

Hotel Aslor Coffee
40 "els. per Pound
40 cts. per Pound


Judae Simonton of Tampa. has

friends in Ocala who will read with i

i interest these lines taken from Anna

25C 1 Maria notes in the Tampa Times.

"Judse V. M. Simonton of Tampa is
havins his eottaze on tlie Gulf beach
repainted and made in readiness for
occupancy. The jude and family are
coming to the bach for a stay of some
length. It irlves the friends of the
jude at the beach a trreat dal of
pleasure to know that he has recov recovered
ered recovered from a very serious illness."

The beautiful music at .the Caldwell Caldwell-Geary
Geary Caldwell-Geary weddine in Leesburs? recently
was rendered by Mis Jean Teaarue,
who ii a younar tnusjeian of skill. Miss
Teaaue has a music clas in Leefbursr
and also one at her home in Iidy Take.
Mrs. Jack Zimmerman and son ar arrived
rived arrived today from their home in Dun Dunnellon
nellon Dunnellon to visit relatives.
Mis. Nell Partridge, who was the
guest of Mrs. D. K. Mclver during the
missionary conference, returned to her
home in Monticello yesterday.

Mr .and Mrs. T. F. Alexander and two

sons or lamna came yesteraay to visit

Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Ley, Mrs, Alex

ander's parents.

The Asatheridan Fociety held its
regular meeting this afternoon. After
the minutes of the preceding meeting
had been read and approved the fol following
lowing following program was rendered:
Subject: Miscellaneous.


Essay, The True Inwardness of the
Balkan War Emilee Bridges.
Essay, "Wilson' New Cabinet Alice
Piano solo, Annie rjfipe Eagleton.
Essay, Tariff Reduction Pat Ander Anderson.
son. Anderson. Essay, The Ciggest Job on Earth
Gladys Martin.
Essay, Teaching Real Life in Schools
Maxwell Bogue.
Piano solo Lorayne Kemp.
Debate, Resolved, That our city
should be governed by a commission
form of government. Affirmative, Hom Homer
er Homer Small and Susie Ervin; negative,
Alfred MacKay and Margaret Jackson.
Paper Welsh Dewey.
The judges. Miss Gladys Wallis. Miss
Marian Dewey and Alfred Green, de decided
cided decided in favor of the negative.
After the reports of the critics, this
being the afternoon for the election of
officers, nominations were in order and
the following were elected:
President Alice Sexton.
Vice President Alfred Green
Secretary Nan Brooks.
Serjeants-at-arms Theo Wallts and

Martha Kate Rentz.
There being no further business to
come before the house, the society ad adjourned
journed adjourned to meet aealn May 2, 1313.

for nrT

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

Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
half-pound cakes IS cents. Sold only
ai Rexall stores. Sold by the Postof Postof-f
f Postof-f u e Drugstores. Adv.



TF.MPLr: TOMttHT. Adv.

Oenerally fair weather except show

ers northwest portion tonight or Saturday.


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

WANTED Man with famllr for
farm work. Must e in position to

commence now. Box 162. 4-21




Funeral Director.

Rear of Marcus Frank's

Day Phone 10

Ocala, Fla.





Instead of going up until it becomes a luxury,
OUR ICE stays at prices so low that everybody can
use it freely and never "miss the money."
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.

The friend-winning

that we are making in our store
will surely interest you. Cold

type cannot do justice to the
extraordinary offerings. Buy

ing jewelry here means
spending money right.
Style may change but
our high quality, low price
standard of jewelry sell selling
ing selling remains fixed.
Here you will find
a satisfying assort assortment
ment assortment of the world's
J i i : i i j i
best productions
in jewelry,
gems, silver-
ware, novel
ties, etc.
And the
. h n n L : 1 1
prices are
down to
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A whis
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Breakfast Bacon, Boiled Ham, Dried Beef,
Boneless Ham and Bologna Sausage.
Any of the above sliced thin to suit your taste on
modern slicing machine.
; also JL
Fluent Quality of Florida ninl V-teri Ileef, Pork. Lamb ami
Phone 108 W. 1I. MARSH, City Market


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LOIIETTO (Near Man darin) Florida
Boarding School for Boys, Coa ducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained on
Physical, Intellectual, Moral and So cial Lines. Healthy Location. Mag Magnificent
nificent Magnificent Swimming Pool. Complete Equipment in Scihoolrooms. Dorm
itories, Dining Hall and Recreation Rooms.
Apply for Prospectus to the Sister Superior



I am keeping at my
West Exposition Street
court house square,
a Fine Drove of
First Class
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason
able prices. I go to
market e a o h two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.


Call at the Lol, you will find some Stock to suit you,
if it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.



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If you want a
ii .jji ,j oipjr, wi ru
ling gem set ring
at a decided price
reduction heres
your opportunity.
For your sweetheart mar
ried or otherwise a diamond
solitaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as an engage

ment or birthday ting-. Surprise Father,
Husband or Brother with a nice ring. We

a splendid assortment cf gems in up-to-

the-minute settings at prices to
suit the thinnest pocket book. You

men and vomcT and little folks. Call 4 5
In now while the stock is complete.

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Sales Barn aud Lot, ou
three blocks .west of the






.. Jim
! Flyi
Harry Irving Greene
Author of-
"The Lash of Circumstance,"
Y "Barbara ol the Snows"
(Copyright, !'j'.2. by Harry Irring Greece)
The Battle on the Lawn.
The deathlike hush that had fallen
upon them wa3 pierced by a Ecream,
eo sharp and terror filled that it
6tabbed the night air like a vocal dag dagger,
ger, dagger, such a scream as a woman might
utter In finding herself in the clutches
of a fiend. Yet It was not Doris who
uttered it, but some woman who stood
close beside her. Shrill and piercing,
It cut to their very marrow, yet so un uncanny
canny uncanny had been the night and eo brief
the interval between the hurtling pas passage
sage passage of the monster of the skies that
had so nearly snuffed out their lives
and the appearance of this grotesque
thing from another world, that their
overstrung nerves were still all
aquiver and beneath the woman's wild
cry they swerved and leaped backward
as a horse swerves and backs beneath
a slashing whip cut, wild eyed and
quivering. In a solid bunch they hud huddled
dled huddled against the front of the Fulton
home, the men thrusting the women
behind them as they turned, unarmed
but desperate, to combat as best they
could this monstrous flying thing that
had been brushed from a world gone
forever into space, and who now cast
among them in all likelihood possessed
of Satanic malice as well as of super superhuman
human superhuman means of transporting himself.
March caught in the press and for a
moment rendered helpless, forced his
way to the front rank just in time to
see that Doris, still rooted to the spot,
stood alone before the advancing one.
With an inarticulate cry he launched
himself forward and thrust aside the
clawlike hand that was descending
upon her.
"Get out," he cried, as though he
were speaking to one who spoke his
language. "Clear out."
The hind remained poised in the
air, and from the distance of a yard
March gazed Into the face of the new newcomer.
comer. newcomer. And in that Instant of sus suspense
pense suspense and tension the features of the
Flying Man became photographed up upon
on upon his memory as upon a sensitized
plate. His forehead was broad and of
good height, Indicating a brain equiva equivalent
lent equivalent in volume at least to an ordinary
man's. His huge eyes were filmy but
luminous within, his nose beaklike,
his mouth enormous and studded with
magnificent, even teeth save for the
long canines. His ears were those of
an average human being, his head
covered by thinly scattered and ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly coarse brown hair. Taken all
In all it was the face of a human be being
ing being of a species different from any of
this world, yet of one who as Desmond
had defined it was "a reasoning, speak speaking
ing speaking creature," and who possessed tre tremendous
mendous tremendous possibilities for destructive destructive-ness
ness destructive-ness and yet who was not wholly de depraved
praved depraved or vicious. And now as he
faced him in determined opposition
to his desire to reach the girl, and
He Struck Lightning Blows as an
Eagle Strikes.
yet opposing him without gesture of
threat or violence, March fancied he
saw the first fierce glare that had
greeted his opposition fade into a look
of half appeal. With a final command
of his hand for the intruder to remain
where he was, Alan began hustling
Doris towards the steps leading into
the house. But scarcely had he gone
a yard when the winged one was
again clutching at her over her pro protector's
tector's protector's shoulder, not angrily as it ap appeared,
peared, appeared, but more as an insistent child
keeps reaching for a coveted bauble,
or a man grasps for some elusive ob object
ject object which he greatly desires to pos possess.
sess. possess. Steadily March warded oil the
attacks with patient determination to
frustrate them at all cost but with no
attempt at retaliation, while as stead steadily
ily steadily the other pursued with no attempt
to Injure either of his quarry. It was
thrust and parry, thrust and parry
like a pair of fencers, and with the
lower rise of the porch beneath his
feet and but a dozen more steps be between
tween between them and safety behind the
stout doors, Alan's hope arose and he
whispered a word of encouragement to
the automatically moving girl. And
then at the very threshold of pacific
escape the armistice was suddenly
From out of the front row where he
had stood with the other men staring
at the strange spectacle before them,
Tolliver now stepped with a revolver
gleaming in his hand. He threw it up,
aimed quickly and fired, and at the
crash of the weapon the Flying Man
reeled with a Dathetic. animal like cry

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and a convulsive clutching at his side.
Again the weapon spoke and again
the creature quivered and screamed,
while Alan saw leap into his eyes In
place of the mild luminosity that had

abode there a glare so ghoulish that I
it froze his blood as though the other
had suddenly been transformed Into a
man eating tiger. One glance showed
him that his pursuer's gaze was not
now fixed upon Doris but upon Tol Tol-liver,
liver, Tol-liver, and taking advantage of the op opportunity
portunity opportunity he hustled her up the step3
with a rush and thrust her behind the
stout door. From without there burst
forth a wild medley, of Ehrieks, yells,
deep bellowed croaks and the Eound
of heavy blows, and releasing the girl
he went flying down the steps to the
aid of his companions.
Tolliver was lying upon his back
white and motionless, the Flying Man,
his face now hideously distorted, leap leaping
ing leaping about and over the prostrate one
as with amazing strength and agility
he alternately attacked and defended
himself from the rushes of the five
men who assailed him from every
side with a cyclone of kicks and
blows. His wings now closely folded
somewhat like a fan projected not
over a yard orr either side of him, but
with them he struck lightning blows
as an eagle strikes when battling
close in with its enemy. Doctor Ray
mond, a heavy and powerful man,
launching himself fairly upon the oth other
er other threw an arm about his neck with
the purpose to pull him down, only
the next second to be hurled bodily
into space by his enemy whose limbs
though thin seemed to possess the
iron tendons and strength of the fore forelegs
legs forelegs of a horse. Professor Desmond
attempting to rush in received a
blow across the forehead from a joint jointed
ed jointed wing that cut it open a3 by a
epade, and fell unconscious upon his
back with a broad scar gaping wide,
the mark of which is plainly to be
seen upon his brow today. March ar arriving
riving arriving with a rush at this moment
taw an opportunity to launch himself
bodily upon the other's back and did
so, encircling the throat with one arm
and belaboring his foe as best he
could with his powerful fist. But each
time his knuckles landed they
seemed to be falling upon a stone
Judge Fulton, Edwards and King
still remained upon their feet. Of
these the first named was corpulent,
short of wind and incapable of doing
more than running about and feint feinting
ing feinting in order to divert his foe's atten attention,
tion, attention, but this he was doing to the
"best of hi3 ability. Edwards, strong
and active, was seeking an opportun opportunity
ity opportunity to close in, his pocket knife held
open in his hand; while King, who
had evidently been partially stunned
by a blow, was stumbling about the
lawn as though in search of some
weapon, a stone or a club. In his
position upon the other's back and
between the wings March had a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous advantage, yet despite his
strength and immunity from attack
found that he could do little more
than hamper the creature's move movements.
ments. movements. Edwards seeing the foe thus
encountered rushed headlong in with
his knife ready for a sweeping thrust,
and March, keenly alive to the oppor opportunity,
tunity, opportunity, threw all his strength into a
backward surge in an attempt to over overbalance
balance overbalance the one he held in order that
the blade might find its mark. But the
one beneath him reared and leaped
aside as a horse might beneath its
rider, and the next instant March
found himself arising half stunned
from the grass several yards distant.
Edwards lay inert where he had been
felled by a tremendous blow or kick
delivered with such lightning quick quickness
ness quickness that none but the one who deliv delivered
ered delivered it ever knew from where it came.
As for the Flying Man, he pow stood
crouching in the center of the battle battlefield
field battlefield with his wings half spread and
his huge eyes glowing like those of
an enormous beetle. He was moaning
and the blood was running profusely
from his side where Toliiver's bullet
had raked him across the ribs.
Some of the women had fled beneath
the trees' or gone screaming down the
street in search of assistance, but oth others
ers others still remained huddled against the
steps in wild eyed horror and incapa incapa-ble
ble incapa-ble of movement. With a hop that cov-
! Jareful Estimates Ma.le on All Coa
ract Work. Gies mure and better
vork for the money than ?ny otfeer
nnrrscror m the city.
Queen ol Sea Routes''
'Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia
TJoston and Providence
F;n3 stealers; best service; low
fres; wireless tciegraph. Through
tickets to an-I from prinei;.i points
:-cnl for booklet.
II. C AVERY. Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
D. JONES, C. A..
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
'riuet CoastIe Trl in the World
A Barbed Wire Cut. Collar j
or Saddle ua:i not pruytny
healed leave3 a disfiguring
Is the IUsht lltmcdr for All
Abrasions of th Flesh.
If th wound is cleansed and
ti the liniment applied promptly,
the healinsr process beffins at
4- i once and fi? wound heals from
A tfce inside outwardly, thus per peril
il peril forming a tcriect cure that
til leaves no scr.r. If the 'vourni
f heal3 on he outside too quiefc quiefc-i'i
i'i quiefc-i'i ly. pus forms under the sur sur-f'J
f'J sur-f'J face ar.d breaks out into a run-
ning sorp that irf hard to cure
I j and inevitably leaves a bad
ti scar.
i i Owners cf blooded stock pre pre-h
h pre-h fer this liniment to all others
I'ii tor t?,at reason, and they use it
not onlv on fine animals, but
f 1 on human Mesh, as it does it3
j. j srork Quickly ani thoroughly.
Price 25N ZQq and $1.00.
J S,trhent Fvc Salve Is A healina l A


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And lard and Cottolene are not to be mentioned
breath, for Cottolene is a vegetable product, healthful,

Fried Gysterc


Use large oysters; parboil a moment
to dry out some of the juice to pre.
vent spattering during the frying. Lay
them in seasoned bread crumbs, beaten
egg and again in bread crumbs, then
brown a few at a time in deep, smok-ing-hot

erea at least ten reel ine creature was
close before them, scanning them,
peering into their faces and seeming
to be bewildered as they collapsed be before
fore before him without having been struck
a blow. Then turning about he saw
Tolliver, whom he appeared to have
momentarily forgotten, as the latter
was attempting to rise, and with a
malevolent scream leaped, upon him.
That he purposed some terrible act
against thisman who had been; the
first to assail and wound him, none
who saw his face and attitude ever
questioned. But Alan getting upon
his feet at that Instant and stumbling
forward empty handed with the des desperate
perate desperate resolve to do his utmost to de defend
fend defend his rival, felt his foot fall upon
a hard object. Stooping he grasped
Clay's revolver. lie cocked It as h&
straightened himself up.
Warned by the sharp click of the
upraised hammer the Flying Man
leaped off his victim and from his lips
burst a wild scream that unmistakably
denoted that he had learned to fear
this fire spitting thing which had etung
him so keenly. With a leap aside of
Inconceivable quickness he landed up upon
on upon the steps of the porch, the blood
now streaming down his leg and leav leaving
ing leaving its dark mark wherever he
stepped. Alan sighted quickly and
pulled the trigger. The hammer fell
with a metallic clack upon an imper imperfect
fect imperfect cartridge and no explosion fol followed.
lowed. followed. Once more he cocked It, but
as he raised his arm his antagonist
leaped like a great frog Into the air,
the huge wings flew out as released
springs uncoil, beat downward with a
power so tremendous that the blast
from them swept the watchers as a
gale, beat again and upward between
the trees the body of the Flying Man
shot into the murk like a mammoth
prehistoric bat, disappearing In a
flash. But a moment later hla
scream came back to them, malicious
and exultant.
Alan threw his useless firearm down
with an imprecation upoa its false falseness.
ness. falseness. And as he did so there burst
through the door and came dart darting
ing darting down the steps a figure with
hair flying and eyes ablaze, bearing in
her hand a naked, rusty cutlass wfiich
sha thrust into March's hand as her
eyes flew about. "Where is he? Oh,
where Is he?" she gasped, Alan
pointed upward.
"Gone flapped away like a chicken
hawk," he burst forth angrily, his de desire
sire desire for battle fully aroused and his
disappointment acute that the invader
had escaped. The girl's face darkened.
Doris was of good old fighting stock as
well as himself. Had not her great
grandfather been a minute man? And
had not her grandmother shot an In:
dian with her own hand when the
savages attacked their prairie schoon schooner
er schooner way back In the '50s? And now
Doris herself, warm hearted and im impulsive,
pulsive, impulsive, was feeling for the first time
in her life the fierce warlike strain of
blood of her forbears coursing through
her veins. Her small hands tightened.
"As soon as you left me I regained
possession of myself, and when I
heard the shouts and blows I looked
out of the door. You were all fight fighting
ing fighting and striking and running and
Jumping and I wanted to help but did
not know what to do. I knew I would
! only be In the way unless I had a
weapon, fco I went raging through the
house trying to remember if we had
'any such things. Finally I thought
of this old sword which my uncle
he was in the Spanish-American war
you know brought back from one of
the sunken battleships. Well, it was
hanging over the fireplace in the room
he used to have when he lived with
us, and I got on a chair and finally
managed to get it down and came
running out here. But of course I was
too late. If I could only have got one
stroke at him
Her fierceness vanished in a flash
at sight of the white face of the
women who had so recently gazed into
the eyes of the departed one from the
distance of a foot, and she went scur scurrying
rying scurrying up to the place where they had
immediately fled after the flight. Then
after a moment she came down again
as rapidly as she had ascended and
ran to her father, who was supporting
Desmond. King had returned from his
fruitless search for a weapon. Dr. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond had regained bis feet and no
one appeared to have been Injured se seriously.
riously. seriously. "Where is Clay?" she de demanded.
manded. demanded. (Continued Tomorrow)
If you want a well, have a good one
and let S. II. Christian do your work.
Adv. May 21.

To hay

O wonder butter is so high.

loath to use lard
x xi. t

use-table butter.. With butter at
the price you have to pay for it,
that's downright extravagance. Cottolene

is just as good as butter for pastry; for
frying, it is better. And Cottolene costs no
more than lard. Moreover,

is richer, and two-thirds
go as far as a full pound of

and makes digestible, rich,
but never greasy food.
Remember, Cottolene is better
than butter, better than lard
and much more economical.

Made only by

MSGS Wf$ si

We do not carry just a "Sprinkling" of garden
tools, but a great big variety of serviceable, good
quality Hoes, Rakes, ForksTools of all kinds for the
The best carpenters come to us for their Tools,
because they .know we keep the Best




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 alj
that it should be you are the loser. It i3 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
us to be filled and they will be compounded from fresn, reliable drugs. And
what's more we offer you the same prompt and polite service thai; our cu
tomerg have beer- enjoying right along. Try us with the next prescription.




The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
Sister to.

A. F. WILSON, Ass't Mgr. TH0S. M. WILSON, Prop, and Elgr

tne iitcnen

or cooking but- 7 ? MS
j V-';SL-iJ
of a pound of it will
butter or lard.
in the" same
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