Volame 15, No. 229.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1910.
Fifty Cents a Month; $5 a Year
IMPORTANT HEWS EVENT!
ANDY'S SAGE OBSERVATIONS
We have a new, modern and up-to-date
Ice Plant: Duplicate Machinery
throughout. By our new process we
manufacture the purest crystal ice at
a very low temperature.
OI K BLUE WAGONS
make their routine trips winter and
summer. You can depend on them for
service and quality.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING CO
MEFFKIIT & TAYLOll
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Office Over the Munroe & Charnbliss
L. F. B LA LOCK
Office Over Commercial Dank
I 'hone 211
Office Hours: 8 to 12 a. m.,
1 to 5 p. m.
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Rooms 9, 10 and 11,
Second Floor, Holder Block,
W. C. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. Box 46. OCALA, FLA.
LIcIVER & MacKAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
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Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
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Solid through trains: Pullman
Sleeping and Observation Car and
Free Reclining Chair Car Jacksonville
to Chicago: Dining Cars between Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus and Fulton; through Sleeping
Cars Jacksonville and St. Louis. Buf Buffet
fet Buffet Parlor Car Tampa to Jacksonville.
For Sleeping Car Reservations or
any additional Information, communi communicate
cate communicate with
A. W. FRITOT. D. P. A.. A. C. L L-138
138 L-138 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla.
J. Q. KIRKLAND. D. P. A.. A. C. L.
310 Madison, Htreet. Tampa, Fla.
That Are Scheduled to Happen All
Over the World During the
New York. Feb. 20. Among the im important
portant important news events scheduled for
this week are the following:
King Edward will formally open the
third parliament of hi3 reign, with the
customary impressive ceremonies.
The United States supreme court
will reconvene after the annual mid midwinter
winter midwinter recess and will take up con consideration
sideration consideration of important public land
Counter cases will be exchanged be between
tween between the United States and British
governments in Newfoundland fisher fisheries
ies fisheries dispute.
United States circuit court at Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia will hear argument in gov government
ernment government suit for dissolution of the al alleged
leged alleged anthracite coal trust.
Great pageant with 200 floats in line
will be held in Tampa, Fla.. as a fea feature
ture feature of the Panama canal celebration.
President Taft will attend the din dinner
ner dinner of the Society of the Cincinnati
of New Jersey, to be held in New York
University of Pennsylvania will hold
annual exercises, when a gift of $100. $100.-000
000 $100.-000 for the medical department will be
Gov. Judson Harmon of Ohio will
speak at the annual banquet of the
Kansas Democratic Club at Topeka.
Washington's birthday will be ob observed
served observed throughout the country and by
Americans in foreign lands.
Battling Nelson and Al Wolgast will
fight for the lightweight champion championship
ship championship of the world at Point Richmond.
Bantamweight championship will be
decided by a forty-five-round contest
between Monte Attell and Dan Web Webster
ster Webster at Los Angeles.
President Taft will deliver an ad address
dress address at the board of trade dinner to
be held in Newark.
Special meeting of Knickerbocker
Trust company stockholders will be
held in New York to arrange for new new-stock
stock new-stock issue and the payment in full,
with interest, of all depositors.
Cubans will celebrate the anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the commencement of the rev revolution
olution revolution which, with the aid of the
United States, resulted in the freedom
of the island from Spanish rule.
Elks of Pittsburg will give banquet
in honor of the grand exalted ruler of
the order. James U. Sammis of Iowa.
Leading negroes of the country will
celebrate negro day at the Panama ca canal
nal canal celebration in Tampa. Fla.
American Bowling Congress will be begin
gin begin tournament in Detroit, to continue
to March 15.
Justice Horace H. L.urton of the
United States supreme court will be
the guest of honor at the annual din dinner
ner dinner of the New York bar.
THE BEST HOUR OF LIFE
is when you do some great deed or
discover some wonderful fact. This
hour came to J. R. Pitt, of Rocky, Ma..
N. C, when he was suffering intensely,
as he says, "from the worst cold I
ever had, I then proved to rny great
satisfaction, what a wonderful cold
and cough cure Dr. King's New Dis Discovery
covery Discovery is. For. after taking one bot bottle,
tle, bottle, I was entirely cured. You can't
say anything too good of a medicine
like that." Its the surest and best
remedy for diseased lungs, hemor hemorrhages,
rhages, hemorrhages, lagrippe, asthma, hay fever
any throat or lung trouble. 50c. $1.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all
SAENGERFEST IN TAMPA
Thousands of People Attending the
Celebrations in the Gulf City
Tampa, Fla., Feb. 20. Two thou thousand
sand thousand representative German citizens
of the South Atlantic states assembled
here today for the fifth annual Saen Saen-gerfest
gerfest Saen-gerfest of the South Atlantic League
of German Societies. The Saenger Saenger-fest
fest Saenger-fest will be in session three days. The
exercises opened this morning at 10
o'clock with the annual meeting of
the Grand Lodge of the Sons of Her Hermann.
mann. Hermann. Last night special trains bearing
delegates from various cities, arrived
here, and with no less than three oth other
er other conventions scheduled for this week
the city is filled to overflowing with
On Thursday there will be a gather gathering
ing gathering of Southern bank presidents to
ht-ar speeches on the change in bank banking
ing banking and monetary laws. Leading
speakers before this gathering will be
Senators Teller and Yreeland. Two
hundred bank presidents, represent representing
ing representing every Southern state, have accept accepted
ed accepted invitations to attend.
A SAFEGUARD TO CHILDREN
' Our two children of six and eight
i years have been since infancy subject
to colds and croup. About three years
go I started to use Foley's Honey
and Tar, and it has never failed to
prevent and cure these troubles. It is
the only medicine I can get the child children
ren children to take without a row." The abov?
from W. C. Ornstein. Green Bay, Wis.,
duplicates the experience of thousands
of other users of Foley's Honey and
Car. Sold by the Court Pharmacy.
COTTON MILLS AND CHILDREN
A Well Known Manufacturer Insists
that the Former Have Improved
the Condition of the Latter
Columbia. S. C. Feb. 20. A. S
Winslow. a well known miii superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of this state, speaking before
the Southern Textile Association last
night scored the writers on child la labor
bor labor conditions, who attempt to draft
unreal pictures of conditions in the
Southern textile plants.
The subject of the paper was the
"Benefits and Opportunities of South Southern
ern Southern Mill Life." The speaker drew
strong comparisons between life on a
small farm and life in a modern cot cotton
ton cotton mill.
He dealt freely with the lack of the
modern conveniences and educational
facilities in the past and those of the
n'i.urs co'.ciou.' ice ereim
g. ic. a tr;n. ?o;n nj
t to do btit :ut :t into rnsik
grcHXiS, 2 packages for
present. He also discussed ;it length
the financial improvement which the
people had secured by going to work
in the cotton mills. The subject re received
ceived received the careful attention and the
unanimous approval of all those pres present.
ent. present. This pi'per ably and particularly
refuted the unwarranted attacks which
the Southern mill living conditions
have been receiving at the hands of
the rabid Northern press.
Over three hundred delegates from
all sections of the South attended the
sessions and it was agreed that the
next session of the association would
be held at Augusta in July.
Six Nights Go as You Please Race
How many tired fathers and moth mothers
ers mothers in this town enter this race every
night carrying a baby? And they won wonder
der wonder what the matter is. Chances are
t'i.e child is starving worms are eat eating
ing eating all of its food. Most chiklren have
worms, your's needn't. White's Cream
Vermifuge will get rid of the worms
and strengthen the child. Pr.ce 25
cents per bottle at all druggists.
TWENTY-FOUR SECONDS A MILE
The Hair-Raisinq Speed Barney Old Old-field
field Old-field Expects to Make on Daytona
Beach in March
Daytona. Fla., Feb. 21. One hundred
and fifty miles an hour is the speed
that will be attained by Barney Old Old-field
field Old-field in his 200-horsepower Ben, on
the Daytona Beach, according to the
prediction of Hemery. the great Fivnrh
pilot, for whom the car was construct constructed.
ed. constructed. Hemery drove the c;tr in Kngland
on a track with a turn at a rate of 12
miles an hour. Greater speed, says
Hemery, will cause the tires to be
whipped off the wheels by centrifugal
force. Oldfield will arrive in Daytona
in two weeks with his nic- r. The 1910
sned carnival is scheduled for March
22 to 24.
Dunnellon. Fla.. Sept. 1st. 1909. I
have sold Hall's Texas Wonder of St.
Louis, Mo., for six yeais. Every bot bottle
tle bottle I sell adds a customer for it. It Is
a genuine cure for kidney, bladder and
rheumatic troubles. Geo. Ohnmacht.
Merchant. 60 day's treatment in each
New crop garden and flower seed
just received. Win. Anderson, drug druggist
gist druggist and seedman.
That's the way you fee-: about the
lungs when you have a hacking cough.
It's foolishness to let it go on and
trust to luck to get over it. when Bal Ballard's
lard's Ballard's Horehound Syrup will stop the
cough and heal the lungs. Price 25c.
50c. and $1 per bottle at all druggists.
FOR SALi: CIIKAP
A desirable building lot on North
Second (East Adams) street, oppo opposite
site opposite the Jewish synagogue. Address
Box ISO. city.
THE WHITE STAR
Cheapest and best dray in the city.
We solicit your patronage. Satisfac Satisfaction
tion Satisfaction guaranteed. Phne, 29(5.
The Reading Circle meets next
Friday night at Mrs. Z. A. Mc Mc-Claran's
Claran's Mc-Claran's home.
Mr. L. C. McClaran went down to
Kendrick Sunday and returned Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon.
Some of our truck growers have
been setting out tomatoes.
Mrs. S. T. Corswell Ikis been quite
sick since her return trom Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Miss Jessie Wilson came home
from Ocala Saturday to visit with
her parents. Dr. and Mrs. Wilson,
Little Miss Tucker came home
from Mieanopy Tuesday, where she
had been visiting her uncle and
Miss Nina May Strickland and
Miss Jannie Sherouse save a Valen Valentine
tine Valentine party Monday nisht.
Mr. J. B. Peck returned from
Ocala Monday, where he had been
having some dental work done.
Mr. Ayer. tax assessor. was in
town last Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. DeVore drove
out to Fairfield Sunday to see Mrs.
DeVore's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Eva May Rollins came down
from Rochelle Monday to visit Mrs.
Miss Willie Jones, whose home is
at Rochelle. stopped over Monday on
her way home from her school to
visit with her aunts. Mesdames W.
F. Pulliam and Rou and Miss Alice
Miss Belle Haycraft. one of our
teachers, had to give up her school
on account of her health, and left
for her home in Ocala Tuesdav.
Rev. F. M. C. Fads and his little
daughter Catherine, were visitors in
Mr. Jones Mobley has been visit visiting
ing visiting his cousin, Mrs. R. W. McAuley,
but left for his home in Columbia.
S. C. Monday.
Mrs. J. C. Dupree ran up to
Gainesville Sunday and back Mon Monday
day Monday on a little business.
Says Hankering for Silk Stockings
and Porterhouse Steak is the
Cause of America's Trouble
Los Angelas, Calif., F-b. 21 An Andrew
drew Andrew 'arntle passed through Los
Angeles fr. ir the East yestt-iday on
the way t Santa Barbara, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by members of his family. Mr.
Carnegie talk-d tr-ely e-n political
conditions, on the high cos: of living
and on trusts.
'Roosevelt is one of the greatest
m-n in the world." he said. "I ad admire
mire admire him intensely. I am going to
London to meet him May 15. Roosevelt
is not only a statesman of rare wis wisdom
dom wisdom but he is absolutely without
gui!'-. Present conditions in this
country ts;ify t-j his foresight.
"Taft is following out the Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt policies. Taft is of a different
disposition ;nd gets at things in a
different way. but Roosevelt knew
when he chose Taft as his successor
that the latter could be relied upon
to pursue the same political course as
himself. Taft's policy with relation
to a court of commerce is correct."
Mr. Carnegie ascribed the price of
meat and other necessities of life to
"lack of competition to a large de degree."
gree." degree." "Of course we live too high." he
added. "We all want the best cut of
meat where formerly we did not. We
all want to wear real wool and many
of us have a yearning for silk hosi hosiery.
ery. hosiery. We are simply living on too ex expensive
pensive expensive a scale."
Pineapples: Red Spanish Fla. 24s $2
Tj 3.25; 3'is 1.50 61 2.5U: 3Cs 1.25 tfi
2.00: Cuban 24s 2.n r,t 1 t ; Sits 1.50
ru 2 5j: 3'.s 1 25 (ft 2.00.
Oranges: Ola. fancy pineapples per
box 1.50 ii 4.00: Indian River as to
si.e per box 1.50 fit ?.n; other Fla.
fancy, best sizes, per box 2.15 Tj 2.25:
I blights and russets mixed sixes per
box 1.40 i 2."0.
Orapefi uit : Fla. extra fancy per box
3.50 r7 5.00: poor to average best per
box 1.00 Ti 3 00; Cuban cho:ce per box
2.50 T? 3.12: poor to fair 1 0 Tt 1.25:
Porto Rico p,-r box 1.25 3.25: tan tangerines
gerines tangerines Fla. per 2 half box strap 2.00
7 4.50; mandarines, fla. per 2 half
box st raj) 1.5o Ti 225
Strawberries: Fla. Klond i e per qt.
70 fj SO; Lady Thomp n ard xcel xcel-sion
sion xcel-sion per qt. 55 r 70; F' i. s f t and
poor per qt 25 f. 50.
Caboa- : p;a. new per bbl. crate
2.00 : pi a- i d .2 2". fn :
C Uiy. I'll. ; :v .r ;t case 1.75 Ti
2.fO; per ten -ndi case 150 T 1.C2.
C .ulillow.-i : p r ci it w basket 1.75
Egg Plants: F -i b.-v 2 00 7 f 00.
It ttuce. Fi fancy t .r bask- t 2.75
'n 3.50: aet .. r ba.-k-t or box.
1.50 rrt 2 5".
Peas: 11 lar- per basket 3 f:o Tj
O.i'O: small j--r basket 3 0 fa (t.
String Beans: I i. wax fancy pt-r
basket. 4.25 'a 4.50: gr en fan?- 450
Tornattes: Fla. fan y : c rrier 2 50
ft 3.O0; choi e 150 r 2 2": Cuban
fancy per carrier 2 00 rt 2 5"; choice.
1.25 tj ".00
Pineapples: Cuban Red Spanish per
crate 2.75 fu 3.0.
Oranges: Fla. In Man T ver per box
2.25 r 2.50; Fla. bi igrts and russets
1.50 Ti 1.75
Orapefruit: Fla. per box 2 50 Ti 4 0m;
Indian river fancy 4.50.
Strawb rries: Fla. exct'.- 'ors. choice
to fancy, per qt. 50; Klondil e and oti-
er large berries ;5.
Cauliflower: Fla. per ha;r -er 1.50 Tj
Celery: F!a. flat crates 4 to S doz.
2.00; S d( z. 1 50
ttuce: F' free fro.i. frost, long
hamper 3tO ct r. 50.
Tomat : l li. fancy fr-"sh repack repacked
ed repacked i ?r c, basket crate 3.50 T 4.00.
STREET CAR EMPLOYES STRIKE
And Several Good-Sized Riots Follow
Philadelphia. Feb. 20. Coming sud sud-nly
nly sud-nly when least .-xpected a strike
u:is de, dared against the Philadelphia
Rapid Transit company by the Amal Amalgamated
gamated Amalgamated Ass.-eiation of Street and
E!eetrie Railway employes yesterday
a!':. rn.,on and last night the policemen
and firemen were busy handling tur tur-baVnt
baVnt tur-baVnt cr.'.wds in several sections of
the city. Two cars were burned, a
score of ears w re attacked, forcing
their cr.ws to abandon them, and
numerous arrests were made. Except
in the central part of the city stre.-t
ar service is almost at a standstill.
THE URGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD.
"SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKE8."
I have worn w. L. Douglas shoes for th
at six years, and always fnd they ar far
uperior toall other high grads shoes In style,
comfort and durabi'ity." W. G. JONES.
... t. I!9 Howard Ave.. Utica. N. Y.
If I could take you into my large fac factories
tories factories at Brockton, Maaa and show you
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are
made, you would realize why they hold
their shape, fit better, wear longer, and
are of greater value than any other maka.
C'.irTIO.-w that W. L. Pore'M came sad price
U strapd on the twMt.-.m. Take .No Mubatltnte.
If yoor dler carrot 2t yi w.ta W LDou.uihoM,
write for SUa order CxtAlo. W. L.Ix,u:m. Brocaioa.
FOR HAT.X BT
n FISCAL & sou
Pickled Salmon, 12 1-2 cents per pound,
Mackerel, 10, 15 and 25 cents.
Herring Roe, 5 and 15 cent tins.
Mullet Roe, 10 cents, 3 for 25 cents.
Salt Mullet G cents each.
Brick Cod Fish, 15 cents, 2 for 25 cents.
Brick Cod Fish, 10 cents pound package.
George's Cod Fish, 3 pound boxes 55c.
Shredded Cod Fish, glasses, 10 cents.
jCod Fish Balls, 25 cent tins.
Boneless Herring, glasses, 10 cents.
Clam Chowder, 25 cent tins.
Kippered Herring, 20 cent tins.
This is the place where you can always
Eat. We look after the wants of
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ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding School for Boys Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph. Young
Boys from 8 to 14 years Received. Carefully Trained along Physical. Intel Intellectual.
lectual. Intellectual. Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Location. Magnificent Swimming
Pool, Complete Equipment In Schoo'rooms, Dormitories, Dining Hall and
ADDly for Pi pectus to the SISTER SUPERIOR.
St. Joseph's Academy, Loretto, Florida
We have a fine line of Shot Guns, Rifles,
Revolvers, Shells, Cartridges, Hunting
Coats, Leggings, Sheath Knives, Com Complete
plete Complete Camp Outfits, Etc., Etc.
The Most Complete Stock in the City.
mmm mmwme op.
Cars running through the central sec sections
tions sections are heavily protected.
Mr. and Mr?. Clifford Livingston
ttave a very pleasant Valentine party
at their residence last Monday
night. As is the usual custom, they
made all present feel at home and
did all possible to make them enjoy
themselves. Anion? those present
were Misses Maud and Zula Gam Gam-niasre.
niasre. Gam-niasre. Hattie and Clara Syms. Rae
Folks. Jim Ausley, Alia Grace.
Messrs. W. J. Whitehurst and Lee Lee-land,
land, Lee-land, M. C. Larrin. Mr. and Mrs. .1.
E. Turnij'seed. Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Olin. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Webb. Mrs.
I. .1. Guthery. Miss Ora Brown, sis sister
ter sister to Mrs. Livingston, of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, was r-resent and assisted very
much in making the evening a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant affair.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Spencer also
gave a Valen'ine party at their home
at Zuber. We did not learn all
present, but it was well attended
and all had a pleasant time.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Webb, accom
panied by Mr. Webb's mother, re returned
turned returned from Jacksonville last un-
! day. after spending several days
'combining business with pleasure.
Mrs. E. Phillip left last Sunday to
, visit her mother who is quite ill at
; hite Springs.
t Mrs. J. C. Gammaee is taking a
'much needed rest from the hotel at
Zuber. She is visiting a sister at
' Mr. W. J. Whitehurst vi.-iW his
. parents at Lowell last Sunday.
Meji.-mes that ad nature are ai ai-was
was ai-was most successful. Chjrr.brrlaln's
, t'oush n-:r.vdy act -n tr.;.- p an. I
!'os-ns the cough. r?-Ii-v-s the lung.,
'opens the secrt-tion and aids nature
; in restoiing the svete-m to a healthy
condition. Sold by all deters. 30
HARVEY CLARK, Proprietor
For SPRAINS, BRUISES, ANDWOUNDS
Get the Genuine. Three Sizes, 25c, 50c vi $1.00
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.. ST. LOUIS,. MO.
SOLl AXI) REC03OIEXDED BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Herring, Tomato Sauce, 25 cent tins.
Findon Haddock, 25 cent tins.
Fresh Herring, 25 cent tins.
Sardines, Tomato Sauce, 2 for 25 cents.
Sardines, Pure Olive Oil, 15c. and 20c.
Lobster, 80 and 50 cent tins.
Deviled Crabs, 25 cent tins.
Underwood s Clams, 20 cent tin?.
C. Sz B. Bloater Paste, 25 cent jars.
C. & B. Anchovy Paste, 25 cent jars.
Boneless Anchovies, 25 cent bottle3 and
40 cent kegs.
Salmon Steak, 30 cent tins.
find Good Things to
OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1910
C. Ij Bittlnger ana K. R. Carroll,
Editors and Publishers.
C. L. BITTING ER, Editor
R. R. CARROLL, Business Manager
ANOTHER WORD TO THE PUBLIC
TILLMAN HOLDS HIS OWN
OCALA'S 64TH AUfUVERSARY
Senator Tillman, of South Carolina,
who has been so sick at his hotel in
Washington, the last five days, was
somewhat better last evening. He may i The City Received Its Name Feb. 21,
live, but it is feared
he will be par-
The following communication ap appeared
peared appeared In Sunday morning's Banner
over the signature of "Laborer":
"An example of the effects of the
tariff on lumber that the Florida sen senators
ators senators and representatives in Congress
worked so hard for when the Payne Payne-Aldrich
Aldrich Payne-Aldrich bill was before them last
spring is so clearly set forth in the
following from the speech of Mr. Mc Mc-Henry
Henry Mc-Henry delivered in Congress, that I
think It ought to go before your read readers
ers readers now that these gentlemen are
seeking re-election: 'Let me briefly
cite one practical case which tells the
story of the lumber trust. I know a
man In my district who built a little
house twelve years ago. The size of
the house was 16 by 28 feet. It cost
him $465 when hemlock lumber was
selling for J9 per thousand. This house
was not very large and it was not a
palace in the eyes of the average
trust magnate, but it was an Ameri
can home. It furnished a place where
this workingman was a king within
his own home. He paid for it and was
out of debt. Three years ago the little
home was burned to the ground. He
started to build another home. He
made it two feet larger each way 18
by 30 feet, for during this period of
nine years the stork had left six little
American citizens beneath the roof of
that humble home. The new home,
built only two feet larger than the old,
using the old foundation, cost $086. It
contained no modern conveniences
more than what the old home had.
During this period of years between
the time of constructing the first home
and the second home, the man's wages
had been increased from $1.25 to $1.35
per day. During this same period the
wages of the men who worked in the
sawmill and the planing mill, which
sawed and dressed the lumber, have
had an increase of from 10 to 15 per
cent. The increase in the cost of. the
home was about 100 per cent. This
home must be built and paid for from
the surplus earnings of the workmen.
Now, when we figure the margin of
profit which the man has, after sup supporting
porting supporting himself and wife and family
of six children, and then estimate the
number of years he has to work in or order
der order to make up this increased cost
which has gone almost exclusively into
the pockets of the timber owner, it is
time for us to stop and consider as to
which man is more in need of legisla legislation,
tion, legislation, the timber owner or the man who
wants to build and own a home. Does
It require an argument to demonstrate
who it Is that our (?) representatives
consider the 'people'."
A careful study of the foregoing by
a man who has a good memory, ob observes
serves observes the course of events, and has
some knowledge of the condition of
the people of other countries, would
lead him to the conclusion that "La "Laborer"
borer" "Laborer" ascribes general results to a
particular cause, said cause being next
to him and rather obscuring the rest
of the world from his vision.-
Twelve years ago, there was double
the amount of timber in the country
there Is now, and not anywhere near
the demand for lumber there is now.
Wages of workmen in Mr. McIIenry's
district, and some otner parts of the
country, may have increased only 10
or 15 per cent. In Florida, twelve or
fifteen years ago, men were glad to
obtain employment at the hardest
kind of labor at 50 and 75 cents a day.
So far from building new houses, hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of homes were becoming dilapi dilapidated
dated dilapidated for want of tenants, and right
here in Ocala many people were oc occupying
cupying occupying good houses rent free on con condition
dition condition of taking care of them for their
owners, who were not always able to
pay taxes on them. Perhaps other
parts of the country were more pros prosperous
perous prosperous than Florida, but any one who
read the daily reports of the suffering
In the big cities, and stagnation of
business all over the nation, is forced
to the conclusion that affairs in this
state were up to the average. Twelve
years ago is a bad standpoint to figure
from as a criterion of the price of
lumber, labor or anything else. The
Star knows it pays its printers from
80 to 100 per cent, more now than it
did in 1898, and they are much harder
to find at any price.
Everybody knows that the price of
necessaries has gone to what in many
instances is an unreasonable height.
Everyone understands that the tariff
needs lowering. But what everybody
doesn't understand is that there are
some commodities that would stand no
chance of being lowered in price by
lowering the tariff, and lumber is one
of them. Canada has an abundant
supply of timber. Reduce the tariff on
lumber, and the Canadians would re reduce
duce reduce prices long enough to put our
lumber industry out of business, or
greatly cripple it, and then raise them
to whatever figure they saw fit. There
are no evidences of immense prosper prosperity
ity prosperity In the lumber business. It does
not seem to be paying any more than
a fair profit in any part of the country.
It certainly is no bonanza in Florida.
If our representatives in Congress had
allowed the tariff to be reduced, or
taken off lumber, the result would
have been simply that a large number
of Southern sawmills would have shut
down, a number of American workmen
would have been out of employment
and a number of "little American citi citizens"
zens" citizens" would have gone barefoot and
lived on short rations.
Lets reduce the tariff if we can. but
let us not commence by jumping on the
industries that obviously need protec protection.
tion. protection. Patriotism, lTke charity, should
begin at home, and stay there, at least,
until the chores are finished.
We do not think it fair to our sen senators
ators senators and representatives in Congress,
on the eve of the primaries, to attempt
to prejudice the minds and votes of the
laboring classes and. naturally, the
largest number of voters against them
for something they are not responsible
for. The law of supply and demand is
responsible for the increase price of
lumber and timber in Florida far more
than the tariff upon this commodity.
-When one recalls that the heavily
timbered lands in Florida could be had
twelve years ago for one-half to one one-tpurth
tpurth one-tpurth what they are now bringing,
and remembers that the logs have to
be hauled, in many cases, miles, where
they were then hauled a few hundred
yards, to get them to the mills, it does
not take a very deep mind to figure
out that Messrs. Taliaferro, Fletcher.
Clark and Sparkman are simply trying
to protect their own. They will not re reduce
duce reduce the extravagance and waste that
is costing the nation so heavily by
favoring a measure that would cause
a number of Florida sawmills to shut
down for months. If not go out of .busi .business
ness .business altogether, nor would they reduce
the price of lumber.
On this day sixty-four years as
February 21?t, 146. the board of
county commissioners composed of J.
M. Mcintosh, Thomas Barnes, S. F.
HaHiday and Abraham Geig-r. gave
Ocala its name in adopting the fol following
lowing following resolution:
'Resolved, that from and aft-r this
date the county site of this county be
known by the name of Ocala. find that
the postmaster at this place be re requested
quested requested unon the removal of his office
gentleman of the High Springs Hornet j to petition the postmaster general to
name. the office in conformity with the
We have been at the job until we
have succeeded. We have found "High
Springs Hornet Setzer." When the
Mount Dora News appeared with a
gentleman named Setzer as editor we
inquired about his identity. We failed
to get a reply from the Mount Dora
News, but the Montieello New3 in informed
formed informed us in the last issue that the
DliOWAHD S CANDIDACY
fame was in that city in the employ
of the News. We ask the News to
give Setzer a chance to tell us some something.
thing. something. Pensacola News.
It rather upSetzf r newspaper man to
think of Setzer working on any paper
than his own.
PRICE FOR CAMPAIGN
The Star has agreed that the fol following
lowing following charges will be made for po political
litical political announcements and publica publications,
tions, publications, and will be strictly adhered to.
Announcements will be $5 for the
Daily Star, $5 for the Weekly Star
and $10 for both, payable in advance.
Announcements for members of the
board of public instruction, members
of the board of county commission commissioners,
ers, commissioners, constables, etc., who have been
made at a lower rate heretofore, will
be charged full price.
All articles sent in by candidates or
their friends for publication in the
interest of such candidate, will be
charged for at the rateof five cents
(5o per line for each insertion of
either the daily or the weekly, or i
eight cents (8c per line for each in insertion
sertion insertion for both the daily and weekly.
Articles that the management see
fit to write, editorials or otherwise,
will not be charged for.
Keep this in mind and avoid confu confusion.
sion. confusion. Extra charge will be made for an announcements
nouncements announcements of unusual length. There
will be no difference in price of an announcements,
nouncements, announcements, whether candidate an announces
nounces announces now or later.
Respectfully, THE STAR.
To the people of the democratic
primary: In making my formal an announcement
nouncement announcement that I will be a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of county commis commissioner
sioner commissioner from the Fourth district. I
beg to say that I was born and rear reared
ed reared in this district, therefore my prir
vate life is well known to you. I
have never held an office, but I now
desire to succeed the present en encumbent,
cumbent, encumbent, and I promise to study
the interest of our county and faith faithfully
fully faithfully discharge all the duties inci incident
dent incident thereto. My every act shall be
impartial as much to the humble as
to the great. I shall at all times
strive to reflect the same honor and
credit upon the office that my wor worthy
thy worthy predecessor has done. Thanking
you in advance for any support you
may give me, I am
Yours to serve, L. B. Griggs.
DR. DICKERSON HAYING
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
A steady, reliable boy who will stick
to the job, wanted at Carter's bakery,
netx to the express office.
PILES CURED IN 0 TO 14 DAYS
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to
cure any case of itching, blind bleed bleeding
ing bleeding or protruding piles in 6 to 14 days
or money refunded. 50 cents.
Harness of all kinds mended or new
parts made where desired. Also saw
filing done. Apply to J. T. Simmons at
Tompkins & Cobb's stables.
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion County: Into your hands I re respectfully
spectfully respectfully submit my candidacy for
re-election as county treasurer. And
in justification of this doubtless my
last and final plea for your patronage,
will say that it has been my earnest
endeavor to give to the public an ef efficient
ficient efficient as well as the safest service to
be had. Just how efficient the public
! records of this county sneak for them
selves, but as a measure of safety I
have contributed from my private
means an aggregate of something ov over
er over $1,800 to the end that Marion
county's finances might be amply
safeguarded. And along this line I
could say more but as the state of
Florida does not exact such outlay on
the part of its incumbents surely there
is wanting no better evidence of faith faithful
ful faithful and conscientious discharge of
Therefore, if in your judgment such
measures, precautionary and protec protective,
tive, protective, are in keeping with the respon responsibilities
sibilities responsibilities intrusted to me and worthy
of favorable consideration, then I ask
your support and for past favors, I
am, Gratefully yours.
Thos. E. Pasteur.
Dr. Dickerson. the famous Atlanta
Specialist, who is at the Montezuma
Hotel today and tomorrow, is having
mwt remarkable success. Thi
third visit the Doctor has made
Ocala. Each time lie seems to be
busier than on the previous date. This
can nly be due to his marvelous sue-
He selects the fas. s he accepts
not care to
treatment. He does
devote his time to tin
If you call upon him. he will exam examine
ine examine you carefully. If he finds your
disease to be an incurable one, he will
tell you so; will tell you the exact cost
and probable length of time required
to fTect a cure. Should you be so un unfortunate
fortunate unfortunate as to be suffering from a
hopeless disease he will be frank with
you and tell you so.
He makes no charge for consulta consultation
tion consultation and examination.
At the eleventh hour. Napoleon
B. Broward announces his candidacy
for the United States senate. The
race has been on for several months.
One candidate has started, reconsid reconsidered
ered reconsidered and withdrawn, leaving the race
to the present incumbent. Senator
Taliaferro, Judge neeves and Claude
L'Engle. Broward has. all along,
been the unknown quantity, the un uncertainty
certainty uncertainty of the contest. One could
imagine him. like Marguerite,
plucking petals from the flower and
saying I will run," and "I will not
run. alternatively, ihe flower has
at last been plucked bare and the
last petal was evidently "I will." He
There is little suggestion of the
usual aggressiveness of the former
governor in his announcement which
the Tribune prints today. He "will
not be able to conduct an expensive
campaign." His chances, he says,
"rest very largely upon the volun voluntary
tary voluntary support of the democratic elec electors."
tors." electors." He will not endeavor to visit
"as many as possible" of the com communities
munities communities of the state and discuss the
issues. "This will be the extent" of
his campaign. The concluding sen sentence
tence sentence of the announcement must be
galling indeed to Claude L'Encle.
Captain Broward says. "All will
asree that the masses of the people,
as distinguished from corporate in interests,
terests, interests, should have representation
in this, the highest branch of the leg legislative
islative legislative department of our govern government."
ment." government." L'Engle was supposed to
have this phrase copyrighted for
the purposes of the present cam campaign.
paign. campaign. He has assumed the sole
representation of "the masses" in
this race. And now his old friend
and ally comes forth and snatches
the slogan out of his hands. What
an unkind cut!
The effect of Captain Broward's
candidacy upon Senator Taliaferro's
chances may be to make a second
primary necessary. But the senator
will defeat him. first or last. The
people of Florida have made up
their minds that they will not be de deceived
ceived deceived with the clap-trap of the pol politician
itician politician when it comes to the ques question
tion question of the representation of their
state in Congress. They are looking
to the more practical side of things
in this respect. They want results
not words. They will not be fooled
longer with the talk of "the
masses" intended to curry favor
with the people. They will vote for
the man who has done things for
them. And that man is Senator
Taliaferro. The orvtry of the ex ex-governor
governor ex-governor may prolong the contest
but it will not alter the final result.
STRUCK A RICH MINE
S. W. Rends, of Coal City. Ala., says
he struck a perfect mine of health in
Dr. King's New Life Pills for they
cured him of liver and kidney trouble
after 12 years of suffering. They are
the best pills on earth for constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, malaria, headache, dyspepsia,
debility. 25c. at all drugstores.
I have opened a wood yard at my
residence, corner of South Second and
Pine street, and am prepared to fill
all orders for stove or fireplace wood,
either, dry, green, pine, oak or mixed.
Call at the yard or phone No. 240. J.
Our line of cut glass this season is
the largest and best we have ever
carried. It will be both pleasing and
provitable for you to call and look the
stock over. Almost any design you
could wish and tiu shapes and cuttings
are beautiful. A. E. Burnett.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR
In response to the urgent request of
many friends, I hereby announce my myself
self myself a candidate for the office of tax
collector for Marion county, subject to
the democratic primary. I pledge my myself,
self, myself, if elected, to discharge the duties
of the office faithfully to the best of
my ability. Respectfully yours.
Wm. L. Colbert.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR
I hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate in the ensuing democratic prim try
for the office of tax collector of Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Respectfully,
Norman A. Fort.
FOR TAX ASSESSOR
Fully nine out of every ten cases of
rheumatism is simply rheumatism of
the muscles due to cold or damp, or
chronic rheumatism, neither of which
require any internal treatment. All
that is needed to afford relief is the
free application of Chamberlain's Lin Liniment.
iment. Liniment. Give it a trial. You are cer certain
tain certain to be pleased with the quick re relief
lief relief which it affords. Sold by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. 30
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for re-election to the asses assessor's
sor's assessor's office. No man over appreciated
the favors shown him. by the people of
Marion county more highly than I do.
and my highest ambiti' a has always
been to deserve the confidence placed
in me. Alfred Aver.
imm 1 1
X. V A "V O I n a r t- mm I
X' 2W -XrOMPLFTT I IMP I
Ss aSY X of I
rv. 174. x
PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES
MONDAY 6 TUESDAY
WILL RETURN IN FOUR WEEKS
We want to do your painting.
wuether it is a buggy, carriage or an j
automobile. We are better prepared
than any one else in the city to do the
job. The Ocala Wagon Works.
For Couaty Commissioner District
I hereby announce myself a can candidate
didate candidate for the position of county
commissioner from the Ocala district
or commissioners district Xo. 1. If
elected I shall do my duty impartial impartially,
ly, impartially, faithfully and as efficiently as is
in my power. Respectfully.
C. (Ed) Carmichael.
Lagrippe pains that pervade the en entire
tire entire system, lagrippe coughs that rack
and strain, are quickly cured by Fo Foley's
ley's Foley's Honey and Tar. Is mildly lax laxative,
ative, laxative, safe and certain in results. Sold
by the Court Pharmacy.
FOR RENT A neat and comforta comfortable
ble comfortable cottage, on South Second street, in
four squares of the postoffice. Five
rooms and bath. Apply to Dr. E. Van
A large and elegant line of solid sil silver
ver silver goods for the table in every con conceivable
ceivable conceivable article, the best makes of
guaranteed gcods at A. E. Burnett,
FOR RENT One large store, en entirely
tirely entirely new, with all conveniences; also
two fine front offices in new Law Li Library
brary Library building. Apply to R. L. Anderson.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
TAX ASSESsoK S AI'i-OITMEXTS
I will be at the following" places
on time specified to receive tax re returns
turns returns for 1910:
15 Lindale. 21st, a. m.
10 Moss Bluff, 2 2d, a. m.
10 Electra, 22d, p. m.
11 Lynn, 23d. 8 to 10 a. m.
11 Grahamville, 23d, 12 a in
ill Conner. 23d. 2 to 5 p
12 Churchill, 24th, p. m.
zt Lureka, I'otn, a. m.
Mrs. S. R. Pyles'
1-2 Gallon Jars
35c per Quart
qartih & GARN
m. at P. O.
13 Daisy. 25th. p.
13 Ft. McCoy. 2 6
17 Anthony, 2Sth.
26 Sparr, 1st, a. m.
13 Pine. 1st. p. m.
14 Orange Springs. 2d, p. m.
16 Citra, 3d. 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
1 Ocala. 7th to 31st of March.
The law requires all tax returns
to be made by the 1st of April.
Postmasters will please cut out
and post this notice.
Alfred Ayer, Assessor.
I):. Pkk is'n. the famous Atlanta
Specialist, is eminently
all Chronic Diseases, as is proven by
the many cures effected in chronic
rases which had baffled the skill of all
His hospital experience and exten extensive
sive extensive practice has made him so profi proficient
cient proficient that he will pay $50 forfeit for
any case that he cannot name and lo locate
cate locate the disease in five minutes.
Treats all curable cases of Catarrh.
Xose, Throat and Lung Diseases. Eye
and Ear. Stomach. Liver and Kidneys.
Gravel. Gall Stone. Rheumatism. Par Paralysis.
alysis. Paralysis. Neuralgia. Nervous and Heart
Will Cure Every Case of
PILES, FISTULA AND FISSURE
And all recta! diseases, by painless
methods. ,,n bank guarante e. .; money
SEXUAL WEAKNESS AND PRI PRIVATE
VATE PRIVATE DISEASES A SPECIALTY
Young and Middle-aged m- n suf suffering
fering suffering from Spermatorrhea anil Impo Impo-tency.
tency. Impo-tency. the result of self abuse, pro producing
ducing producing emissions, debilitv. nervous nervousness,
ness, nervousness, dizziness, defective memory,
aversion of -..ci-:y. u.. perman-nt!y
Few Floridians are thoroughly post posted
ed posted in regard to the requirements of
the n w state law as regards qualify qualifying
ing qualifying for participation in the selection
of party nominees. The new law re regarding
garding regarding the payment of poll taxes,
section 10, chapter 5. .'. reads as fol follows:
lows: follows: 'Section 10. Any tax collector or
person acting under his authority or
direction, who receives or permits to
be received any money or other thing
of value in payment of poll or capita capitation
tion capitation taxes, from any person, firm, as association,
sociation, association, or corporation. either by
check, draft or any other method of
payment in advance thereof, other
than the person whose poll or capita capitation
tion capitation taxes is to be paid, shall be
deemed guilty of a misdeamor, and.
upon conviction thereof, shall be pun punished
ished punished by imprisonment in the county
jail f"r not more than three months.
Provided, that nothing in this act
shall be construed to prevent any per person
son person paying, or any tax colbetor from
collecting the poll tax due by another
person from any other person, who
the p r-
shall also pay upon M qu
son owing the poll or capitation tax.
the real r personal taxes of the per person
son person for whom he offers to pay the cap capitation
itation capitation or prill tax. Provided, that
where the payment of poll or capita-
uccessful in i e"' tax is necessary to qualify voters
tor participation in the primaries
herein provided for. that such poll or
capitation tax shall be paid not later
than the second Saturday in the
month p receding the month in which
such primary is held."
In order to qualify as an elector in
For Catalog and Booklets Telling What
the Little BRUSH Has Done and Will Do,
Call on, or Write to
JR. IR. GA1RROLIL,
Agent lor Marion County, OCALA, FLA.
200 M., 1x20 inches?, Best Hearts, at
100 M., 4.20 inches, Primes at ...
100 M., 4x20 inches, Stars, at ...
100 M., 3x20 iiK-hes, Best Hearts, at
100 M., .'5x20 inches, Primes, at ...
the approaching primaries, under the
provisions of the new law. a person
must pay his poll taxes for the year
preceding the year in which such elec election
tion election is held on or before the second
Saturday in the month preceding the
month in which such election is hep.
This means that April lull is the time
limit given persons to pay their p'.l
taxes and b- come qualified lectors in
the primaries of this year. And the
voter must pay Ids own poll taxes,
unles- it is paid by another wh n his
realty tax is paid. Those voters hav having
ing having no realty tax must pay th ir tax s
iridivi Vailly and person illy in future.
practic- which has frequently
1 in Florida of eamlidafs
the roll taxes of large numbers
p'-etive supporters in a
unlawful and n t to be
of pr. s
the r. pproaching primaries take note
of th r.'-w requirement and make it
Terms Cash, F. O. B. Lukens.
TIIGHW CYPRESS CGMPANV
well that the
sires to regis
-r his choice in
to pay up his
y for the many important "-f-
ief C t;t
befor- April '.. It is an esetia p:-
rices within the gift of
I-ion:a th:s ar. And it is also saf.
to att nd to this matter at the earliest
conv r.ience. thus avoiding the pos possibility
sibility possibility of being crowd-d out in the
rush that will be sure to mark the !j-t
the qualifying period.
There is nothing good to drink that
we cannot supply you and as cheap as
any house in the city, Hogan's. west
side of the square.
IjBRIGHTS DISEASE. CONSUMPTION
An elegant line of fine stationary
jthe Court Pharmacy, "The Drugs'-
; j hang-
a s 6 s
T.-.T-t -I 1.-..C
if r.o a-.:
LIFE ON PANAMA CANAL
has had ore frightful drawback
malaria trouble that has broueht
suffering and death to thousands. The
germs caus chills, fever ar.d ague,
hi'.iou -n-s. jiundic-', lassitude, weak weakness
ness weakness snd general debility. But Elec Electric
tric Electric l itters never fail to destroy them
and kuT" malaria. troubles. "Three
bottl- s completely cur-1 me of a very
!see:. attack of malaria." writes Wm.
A. Fret well, of b;oama. N. "and
I've had good health e-.-r since." Cure
THE OCALA DEVELOPEMENT
COMPANY will sell you a home in
Ocala. Will sell you a lot and
build a house planned by you.
Will guarantee the title and carry
the insurance. You pay little
more than rent Now ready for
business. See or address
J. el. FORT
! Mr. E. A. Kelley. Bt-lvi.!ere. II!..
writes us: "I am an ex-engineer with
: 22 years active service to my credit,
i About three years ago rny ki Im-vs
were affected so that I had to give up
my engine. First I was troubled with
severe, aching pain over the hips.
Then followed inflammation of the
bladder, and specks appeared before
my eyes. A sample of Foley's Kidney
Pills that I tried, so benefited me that
I bought more. I continued to take
them until now I can safely testify
they have made me a sound and well
man." Sold by the Court Pharmacy.
s;omac:i. ii r an-i
and prevent typhoid,
by all drugstore?.
trade. WANTED-trade. Few
sive.j by s-
s giv- n. !!.
ed WiL-es Saturdays.
ing. Spdid d-n.ar.d f
Write t .day. Moi-r Pa:
New Orleans. Ia.
. I, i i .1
Ftomach and Liver
sure an! r- iabi-.
laui-lS dir sa.e.
and have b-en praised by thousand-
P. O. Box 195.
Of lice over Martin & Cam.
Ha IS m
nn fn m
1W U) IT
GUY W. TOPH
Leading Commercial Golel
OPEN THE YEAR ROUND
Rales S2 Per Day 0calat Florida
DAVID S. WOODROW
WM. J. SHERIDAN,
womn who hav been restored
a!:h through their
Masons meet this evening.
WOODMR SAND & STONE COMPANY
OFFICE IN HOLDER BLOCK. OCALA. FLORIDA.
J CRUSHED STONE, CEMENT, LAKE WEIR SAND, COMMON SAND.
We have a stone crusher at work In Ocala. and are prepared tn do all
kinds of Cement Work. Build Foundations, make Cement Blocks. Cement
! Brick. Build Sidew alks. Artificial Stone Fences. Stone Mantels. We make
Blocks for Foundations for house work, whicn look better than brick, and
the cheaper. Warehouse and Crusher oa Coast Line track nortn ol Foundry
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1910
Did You Ever Notice
The Contented and Satisfied look of r
the man or woman witfi money in the
bank? It is the First Dollar that
starts the account which brings the
smile that stays.
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank
K. of P. meet this evening-.
Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows m t tomorrow night.
Rebekahs meet Wednesday evening.
Pansford. r'sr-'i rnn-r. Phone 32.
.,.: .) i
1910 World's Almanacs at Ballard's
A SPECIAL SALE FOB 10 DAVS
Columbia, Cleveland, Rambler, Tribune, Victor,
Iver Johnson, Racycle, Miami Bicycles
$8.00 BELOW REGULAR PRICES.
Second Hand Bicycles CHEAP.
Remember this is Your Chance.
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE, OCALA, FLA.
Rates, $1 per day and up. Rathskelltr
and Cafe in Connection.
E. P. THAGARD
Mr. R. I.. Pet-kin of Valdo.-ta. r,u h
at the M' -ntezuma.
POSTPONED ONE WEEK
About t'.vn:y members of Fort King
Camp met at Yorige's Mall yesterday
a ft-rn-,i and .b-.-i.-b-d i- postpor.,- un unveiling
veiling unveiling the monument to Dr. Powers
until n-xt Sunday. F? h 27. The it.as.-n
r this was th- u--ath-r. v. hi oh was o
b:-d a to j.r-v.-r.t the attendance f
. i ri v but r b u -1 m n
Th- concert i.tt evening at th- mus mus-hall.
hall. mus-hall. by th" Royal Hungarian r-"i-
str.i. wms ..:- of th" fin-at of its
in 1 v-r giveti in this ritv. Twelve
n u m
Pound j.ap"r and ( nvti.j;s to match
at the Ocala News Co.
.Mr. O-o. P. Vx of Morris: on :.- ut
Candy. .onf nicer man Xunnally's.
At the Postoffiee Drugstore.
Mr. V. W. Stripling of Ja.-ksonville
is a guest of th" M(in!-7.imu.
v !. on th- program, hut. hv
round aft'-r round of applause, the au-li-
n- :-ard twenty. Th" -rn ores
u ; n 2!i-r- highly ap;rt elated
! than th" regular ;.';-s. Th" playing
"f the ".'.n-i.in a: ion is chaiactf-ristiz-d
5 'V par- intonation. f..rrt-ot Int-rjreta-and
p- rf-ct unanimity. Roston
Th-- H;;n2iri:in Orchestra will ap appear
pear appear at the T.mp'.e in the iyc.-um
i ours.- W. dm sday evening. Tickets
w.-nt on sab- at th..- Court Pharmacy
this morning and ar- selling fast. Its
going to be something superb and
should b" Y"I! attended.
Lpavp subscription? for th" Saturday
Evening P"st at the Ocala News Co.
Th- law library has he. n rnov.-d into
tit" r."v Anders n building.
Drink Cherry Dope at the Postoffiee
Mr. F. P. H"iiry of St. P. Pishjrg is
a gie t of the Mont zuma.
A new line of post cards just in at
the Ocala News Co.
We have an unusually fine line of
combs, brushes. toilet articles, soaps
and perfumes at the Court Pharmacy.
Mr. F. C. Pont of Columbia. S C.
who has been visiting friends h- re. has
FOR REXT Four-rooni cottage in
most desirable part of town. Apply
to Dr. Win. Anderson, druggist.
Mr. II. E. Rollins of Roston has .ar .arrived
rived .arrived in the city and lias a position as
night (!! k at the Oeala House.
Have your automobile painted by
the best painters in the eity at the
Ocala Wa.son Works.
DR. DICKERSON IN THE CITY
THEY ARE HERE
MAKE YOUR SELECTION
THE TEAPOT GROCERY
PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE
SMOKED OX TONGUE
LAMB'S TONGUE IN JARS
PICKLED MESS BEEF
ROYAL SCARLET STRAWBERRY
ROYAL SCARLET RASPBERRY
ROYAL SCARLET BLACKBERRY
PEELED IMPORTED PEACHES
PICKLFS OF ALL KINDS
FOR TAX ASSESSOR
Dr. Ph k rson. th- Atlanta specialist
i- ;.t the Montezuma hot"! on his third ; best of my ability.
I respectful'y announce that I am a
candalat" for the oft'e-t of tax as-e-.-..
r. I have no promises t., make,
more than to say. that if I am ba ted.
! I will serve you impartially and to the
visit to ocala. He win be there till 1
o'.-lock tomorrow and any one wishina:
: consult him will please call b"for b"for-that
that b"for-that time. Dr. Dick"fon is makinsr
s mi-ruont!ilv visits to half a dozen of
th.- best F'..: ida cities and is getting
a siood practice.
James R. Moorhead.
$60,000 Reward for a Floridian That
Has Never Heard of
PLANK'S CHILL TONIC
It's guaranteed to care malaria.
chilN. fever, colds and Jagrippe. Guar Guaranteed
anteed Guaranteed to ,-ure a cold in on.- niht. la la-giippe
giippe la-giippe in thr-e nishts. Taki s the
Th" chart- r nt--mber.s for the Ocala ? 'Uc" of l", Vur mon-y back if
OFF FOR EUSTIS
Members of Ocala's Famous Band will
Help Celebrate Washington's
Th- following members .f the Oc.ila
It ft on t
a : .- a
F. E. McCLAWE
Physician and Snrceca
General Practice Calls Made Prompt
ly -Vst r lajr
Special Attention to Obtetries. Di Di-sae
sae Di-sae of Vmen and Children
noon's a. 1. train for Eustis. where
they will play t-.-niaht and tomorrow
f -r the great annual celebration to be
held theT" under the auspices of th th-Eustis
Eustis th-Eustis p.o.iter's Club. r.anieTy:
A. E C.-risr. l" ider: Dr. F. E. Mo-I
Clan -. J d.n McCiari". P. F. P.or.lf-n. J.
P. Harder. Walt-r Y- ng-. Walter
Tu,-ker. Charlt s Parr. F c. Simmons.
. V. MacDavid. Mr. Mvi 'lung. J. F.
Tiiair.pson. char'.i.- Williams. Leon
Fishel. G o W Martin. Geo. W. Mnr Mnr-tin.
tin. Mnr-tin. Jr.. Hvibtrt Martin. Jed W"ihe.
T I Lancaster and Mr. TenEyck
In additi-m to th.- above sev. :al an an-tomobib
tomobib an-tomobib s went throueh here from
Gainesvilb- and Mr. Keating .f this
eity drove his car thiough with Mr. Ed
Tnck-r. Mayor J. p. Robertson and
Mr. II. T. Adams a passengers.
OHice Rooms 3-1.2 Holder Build Building,
ing, Building, Second Floor; Phones, Otfica
No. 333, Residence, No. 333.
ce.e;ation is a big affair and
grows e.oh year in magnitude and
brilliancy. The easi-m is th..- great
regatta, a b-autif il pageant in which
all of tpe b ats and launch s of the
lake t ar:i.-ipa'e. The band will re return
turn return to ocala tomorrow night
BANKS AND P03T0FMCE
NOT OPEN TOMORROW
THE NEW LODGE
Tomorrow. Washington's birthday,
will be a legal holiday, and th-- banks
and postoflice will not l- open.
A VERY SAD CASE
branch of the Junior American M.--ehani'-s
ni"--t in Yong"'s Hall this ev evening,
ening, evening, to organize their new lodge.
TEMPEST AND SUNSHINE
Tiie si.e of the audience at the Tem Temple
ple Temple Saturday night was a compliment
to th" MaPei pa in-- company, when it i
is taken into oii.-ideration that it was
Dr. and Mrs. E. Van H id went out
five m:l s southw. st of Eevon vester-
it does not. For sale at all first-class I day to the familv of Mr. p -unison.
HORSES AND iVlULES
where thr e children were ill with
CHARLES D. HULBERT, II. D.
UOML'OIWTIIIC PHYSICIAN AXD
031ce Second Floor the Munroe &
Chambliss DanL Building. Ocala.
Telephones Olfice. 222; Residence,
OEce Hours 9 to 12 a. m.t 2 to 4
p. m.; 7:30 to S:C0 p. m.
C. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder.
Plans and Specifications Furnished
129 South Third Street.
PRESSED & CLEANED
SUITS :.ik AS GOOD AS XEW
pneumonia, oi-.e little uirl. five vcurs ..
, , ,- , , , Careful Work and Prompt Delivery
old. had just died and a baby had only; 1
arrived two davs b for
mother was v ry ill Th.- family live
have a good lot of choice animals on I i;i lh neighborhood of I'mmty om om-hand.
hand. om-hand. at the Silver Tip stand. O. A. m;ssi.n. r Pr..-t.r. who was at tlv
house atid was v l v kind to the family
The worst :ii.
a son from a
NEW COTTAGE FOR RENT
OCALA PRESSING CLUB
W. F. MARIjOW. lroprietor
Fresh Bread, Rolls, Cakes and Pies
Special Attention Given to Orders
for Parties, eddings and
of Town Orders Given Prompt Attention.
Some Of Our Specials: Cheese Straws, Lady
Fiugers, Meringue, Shell Kisses, Macaroons, Cream
Puffs, Chooolato Eclairs, Fancy Cakes of all kinds.
Phone 360. Next to Express Office.
I Mr. S. P. Lamb of Anthony was in
I tile ( itv to.iav and made u a pa as-
Short orders served at all hours of
the day or night at the Prick City
Mr. Peeler Mil lie ,,f limi !l'!i was
among the Sunday anivals at the
A nfw five-room cottage for rnt in
the southern part of the city. Apply
to F. y. Ditt.
weath.-r standpoint. There was a very i
1 crow.', and the applause ;as
;'r. iu-nt and hearty.
.Miss Pai-:e slione with h--r usual
lustre as '"Sunshine." and Miss Aliee
lyoiooi-l,. a a;, as "Tempest" wa jut as! Iriuk larry L.ipe at th- Postoffna
'ood as liei ;,;.rt would b-t l et- be j Hrugsto: e.
'!as. I'. Wa'.i. A P. Lihv and John P.
Whitoman eioiied out their important
roles With go. .d efle( t Thomas IepeW
a I'ncle .1 i!,a and Miss Mrt!e Hur!-
iei t as Aunt Judy were :: three-ringed
DR. N. W. TRACY, KENTUCKY j'
riem-mber Thursday night next and ;Dr. Wm. Jones, D. V. S.
go to th,. court house K -nun kv ora-
Graduate of the American Veterinary
MILK AND MEAT INSPECTOR
For City of Ocala
Office- .it Tomnkins Sr Oobh's Stable
R. 1- Worthitruton and Mi Ilosa j j -yidenoe at Monteyaima HoteL
toiy niovintr pictuifs. -te-. ..;,ti.-..n and
litie music in abundance.
WORTH I NGTON H ALL
atid comic o;.. !M in t h-mse! v s.
EIGHTEEN MILES FROM OCALA
and bi'ousjht out the l.liiuhter in vol- I
(.vs Houses to Rent at "Woodmar"' on the
The members of the company- left Bluff Overlooking the Lake.
for (Jainesville Sunday, and ill. Start
hopes to s.e them return when th.
Hall were quietly marti- d by Judg
le-ll l..si eelilg at til home of tlfj
'bride's father. V M Hall. Tl..v I. ft
last niiit for la iiie ill,-. ); th.
will make tiieir future h..;n
Constantly coming and eonstantly
seiling. Xunnally's candis at tla tla-Postofllep
Postofllep tla-Postofllep Drugstore.
Mr. P. ,rant M.-c
weather clerk is in a be tter humor.
AT THE TEMPLE THEATER
MARCH ELEVENTH i
PLAIR VII-l.A To rent f.,r the
winter; furnished: running water:
modern iMumning; ao'iv ane gas. i ne ties! entertainment o :: sea
per month. (son; wait for it. popular pr: -. Most j
ARGTLE COTTAGE Furnished; ev. rybodv can att nd Th- who do
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
. V 11
r i iiuvenii'iiis neiu fvery iuuit-
day evening in Castle Hall,
aJr over Peyser's store. A cordial
welcome to visiting knights.
Sidney Haile. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. and S.
not will wish they had.
f New York, a i
former Oeala boy. is a gu. st of th.
Mr. M. A- Peich of Rockwell, man manager
ager manager (if the riulf Suppiv Co.. was at th.
Ocala House yesterday.
GET YOUR EASTER GOODS
1'iorn among the new spring st.o.-k that running water. $5 per week
is arriving daily at Rl'a inauer Ai: C'o's. j David S. "Woodrow, j
With years of exp.riei.ee in buying for. Holder Block. Ocala. Fla. j Mr is-l,i..r,. ,..,.,, M'-.mi i i?i t!i
and supplying the want- and ta-t s of- j -itv for a lew davs as the st of Mr in Vonge's Hall. Visiting brothers al-
t5u s,'v,u'n- xv' h:'v" !'-'r:' ",l v',,al ls FRESH SnEDS I Marcus J'rank his old-time fried and ways welcome.
wani-d. We have the pr.-ttlest stock v have in our fresh snni.lv of re- I ... i!il..T Mr Cohen is se. ret irv f I- F. Pallard. X. Ci.
I. O. O. F.
Tulula Lodge. No. 28
1. O. O- F. meets ev every
ery every Tuesday evening
We have in our fresh sunnlv of re- I
- ;, .,;" th.- new creations "f I liable garden and Mower seeds for J th..- Miami board of trad,, and is kept
Messrs. R. Philp.-.it J. W Hull
and R. I.. F.lfb rson ,,f Port Pmlis w- r.
guests of In. ( ica la House yesterday.
dr. -s ;.,,) ami their trimmings and
accompanying Hn. s that we liave ev.-r j
carried.. The holies are cordially ask-
ed t,.i come in and k the stock over, j
Rheinatier & Co.
spring planting. Tydings & Co.
A HOME PROTECTOR
j busy all the time answering inquiries
I from the North about that so ti'in, and
;ke. ps a stenographer basy ne-st :' the
'time. Miami is doing a lot of effective
J To my friends, and that means C : adv. rtising and is netting most psofi: psofi:-I
I psofi:-I ery man in Marion county: This will ,ab;.- r- suit.-. Th.e city is growing in
Try that delicious R.-lle Mead can
dy, you u iil use no other. At the Court j ..r
Pharmacy, the "Drugstore n tli
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S
LARGEST and BEST YEAR ROUND ROTEL
Rates $3 per Day and Upwards, American Plan
THOMAS M. WILSON, - Proprietor
the use of a goodlaxative, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested
food from gettinginto your system.
The latest product cf science i? VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle,
reliable and of a pleasant, arcrcatic taste. V eivo acts cn the liver, as well as on the
stomach anJ bowels, and is of the greatest possible efficacy in constipation, indigestion,
biliousness, sick headache, feverishness, colic, flatulence, etc. Try VF 1
Mr. John P. o.lnin. who ha a posi position
tion position with .Mr. deerge P ttew-sy at
Pmatilla. w.,s in the city y. st.-rd iy.
visiting his relatives
We will paint your automobile atid
a -r i i r n r- v e r- a nr-
li r n c. r serve to inpoduc Mr. A. P. Hughe?. leaps an. 1 hounds.
" j w ho is introducing in mv behalf the
' ' " .-' ,v' c .....ir s pF:Y cupMlCAI. I I 1 1 11X-
! Ue.S.e, ; (-...def U 11 I 1 A"S t l"l"- TfVlM'TJIIT.'Tl
lion: liuht vati.ible winds becoming j
nio-h-i'ate over northwest portion. I
A NEW BAPTIST BABY
The linfst boy in the country arriv arrived
ed arrived Saturday nivht at PJ o'clock at the
home .,:" peV. and Mrs. II nry I-:. Hab-ii-
on Port King avenue. Mother and
Mrs. Marcus JYank. li. r litt d iiigh-
TIN '.nSHIlR. iter Iiov..?hc :ii,l P is 1 Mir -i:
Pv.-ry famiiy should have one or Mrs I'rank-'-- it. ;i'.v. .l ihi art-
more of them. Kindly give him y.car 1 n f!,.m Savannah. Thi is tie-
(attention when he calls. It mav save I s,.,.,m,i time Mr Prank I,:,. e. n hi-
you thousamls of dollars. a?: l vo ir litt!" daughter, who v.as Immi in Sa
r your child's life. SiiKet.M. jvcnn.th a month auo
P.. J. Potter.
M. M. Little. Secretary.
B. I. O. E.
f Meets second and fourth
i- Jf Tu csilay evenings in
t ,-t, luesuay evtnings
H!frl'-raA each month. Visiting
brethren always welcome.
Pradford Webb. Kxalted Ruler.
Stephen J-wett. Secretary.
make it look insf as well is when 5t -n are .loing iiiiHy. 1 he young man
came from the factory. The Ocala w,u '"' "an-c o nuani ir nr." (.aot.y
The northbound trains were crowd crowded
ed crowded today, among the pass.-ngt rs being
many on their way to the ;. A. W re reunion
union reunion at Gainesville.
Don't drink but ir yu will drink,
call on Hogan. west side of the square,
where you can get the very best liquors.
Th- statement in the Titn.-s-P'nion.
that the Ocala postofftee was moving
into the n- w building was a little
ahead of time.
OF McIVER & MacKAY
CARRIES A LARGE
MODERN Ar'D COMPLETE STOGEt
. 0 F
I'he Star hopes he will live to as
line a man as his father and as good
as his moth. r.
NEW SPRING GOODS ARRIVING
Our n. w spring goods are arriving
daily Jrom Xiv York. The dress
goods, trimmings, nr.. are the pret prettiest
tiest prettiest we have ever handled and the la.
dies cannot b.- but ph ased with the i
If you will just take Kod.l now and
tla-n y.m need nt fear or hesitate to
. ..n i,v .- l r i !... .. i
-ai .in ioe e m.n ...n. j,,v..5..t ,,f 'ov.lv
.. i- i i ...:n it- ...... I
'".i Miaiexc. oc. a.. ; ;lls rni!i;e.. rv. and wh.n ocala's
T.ill t li ):? :?
Mis. Mi:mi- A. p-.--ti-k rti:rrol
Satuiday moridng from her trip to J
Xe-.v York. Sh-- pick d out wh h- th-i
XO. 1814 F. O. E.
Kotbd is pleasant to take, and it is
guaranteed to give relief at once S"o!d
by all druggists.
!h y will make ti e te. n of S; ba's
Master lid look lik- a last year'- bird's
w.r.i on a
Some fine up country hots-s and j "l : 1 ": u-" :I" "''l'
muh-s. jjood all purpose sto. k. reliable "r """
and reas.mable pried fall a-ol look lhiS -rty.uu. 1, probably r... .s b- t,. ,-
Pheinau. r "o.
NEW SPRING STYLES
Remember, it Week fills your pre
scriptions they are tilled right. P'- .n
us. we send for and deliver them
promptly. The Court Pharmacy.
The n- w spring styles in dress goods
that .'.re arriving daily at our stor
comprise tie1 most beautiful of the do do-las'ie
las'ie do-las'ie and impor'e.i goods for this
s. aso?i. They a;-.- the v.-rv latest and
over the drove at the- S lv- r Tip stand
A. Middon. Manager.
for a litil. r.
A coupe- of fe.lsy and i t -X i c.a t d
m ri we;-.- eje- t, from the t: eater
ciptr wr.iin rmr wnn n
s.tiur.l.iv night and t' "r three
We have a large supply of fir- wool. VVi r. irM...j t!,.it ..,,,,t
both pine and oak. tir.- ..a- e and st-.v-
b li c t lis. Oniifl s.asoji.-d wo....
A BIG LOAD FOR A DOLLAR
deliver-'! cash. i' ill at fa loty .r
I qua t
ae. TV-- Ml. mag. n.!U
term::?, d t-
1 ill the Tle-a-
t r. and some iir- s's and '. re in th--
Mr. R. A. Witter, tie- w. "1 known A.
P. enginc r. p-fi today for Hag. 1.
S. ('.. to see his little daughter, w i;o s
quite si. k.
e .st .:.!. til to ... ha. 1 l. re ae riiwm. iw vbw wif-ww vm.
tr:mminus :" all kinds to m.,t h. th-
Rhainar.er .V o.
! uriADCc rm iruc CTiirrv r r nc
After smoking a Havana "Palmj
ca la X ws (
GET YOUR MEALS
nnin in r-liect nn.t sr.r.- 'ursrs
ma vr,r s ..art .
..ow aliv Hi"!''
Z?Gr- M-ets every first and
third Wednesday ev evenings
enings evenings in the month at S:15 o'clock.
Visiting brethren always welcome.
F. ;. li. Weihe. PresidrnL
W. T. Adam. Secretary.
ii.M)Li:v iiorsK fou sai.k
The A. E. Handtey Mouse, one of the
most convenient and best built houses
lage lot and all conveniences in the
house, located in third ward near high
school building, for rent or sale. Ap Apply
ply Apply to David S. Woodrow, Holder
Block, Ocala, Fla.
F. K A. 31.
Smoker" you will understand w hy t j anl lunches at the Pusy P'"e R-staur-
costs the baief more than any othj-r ant. Ohar!-.-s Rod off. proprietor. Ar- i
five-cent cigar. Court Pharmacy, dls
dangcrnis illness if th- cold is not
cured. Foley's Honey and Tar stops
th cough, heals the lungs and con congested
gested congested parts, and brings quick reli-f.
Sold by the "ourt Pharmacy.
cade building. All short order dishes
Fish and ovst rs served in ar.v stv'.e
AXY LAbY can easily make from
Mr. J. O. Fl- ec.. of Wildwoo
druggist and t '.: ne man. v.-as
city today. ..mir.g nr. with Mr. Hugh
Xich.-ls in his auto
md at any t:m
t -v.- n:ng.
during tli- day or
per week working f r m
qtiietlv in hr own he-me ior-,i;ty. Th 1
is a bona lid-- offer ".- uhi :. will (
i..iv vo'i to investigate. e--n if y i n
Mr. Fr..nk h-.a.-r of i -. ho
is --.en.!!? g s-aiie '. in th a
ga. -t of t la- .m'.h-r Hons.-. ;,s return-d
fr-.m a visit t P.,latka. and
wi'; j:oi..,i,;y hav-- f -r i.m- Friday.
He ;s mu h plas- d v.itli I'l-'riia.
Mr--. R. R .ir .1! and lifN M-nb"
an: Mr-'. P. wis y.,;... v -r.x p. s- Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg th?s ift- rn ;.. s-.. t d a f w
das with. Mrs ''.,! 1- i-l.tiiv. ar.d
'.vinv th- Wa-? ir.g'o. rtlrt dav
-bra .,...) g- t a r d. y of -t ..r.
e'- tli- s :ie r. e v.-o n o t with
i nly soar- two h .nis a day. X
- -. i
Xi. 19 meets in the
temple on tLa first and
third Thursday even
ings of each month. Visiting brothers
CTd aliy invit-d. T. R. Snyder. W. M.
J A. Pouvier, Secretary.
odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
I e. .v. r -. .e : i r. 1 Too I .-: r .'Ml
a.,r, nice, frag.ar.t c-; ,n!; .mi( t7iii;i;;. Writ'-' na- at on e J
! ick.- n s nil. a r-a e v ii i i
... I or et; tl' .l.cll .'C
Marv P. Tav-
MOUSE FURSHfQS I ALL KINDS
The only Douse in Central Florida that Completely
Famishes the Home. Carries at all Times the Latest and
Best in Furniture; Keeping cp with the times and Just
What the People Want.
Also carries a Complete Line ot Builders and Shell
Hardware, Carriages, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, Etc
Look over our Stock and get our prices, before yon
make your purchases. Yours Respectfully,
" plies. Ptag
-s t.rove it
f the o!st
.- .:'..-... Till?
s a wonderful i1'1'
FOR REXT Three rooms on sec- j
ond floor comfortably furnished for
housekeeping Pity and cistern water. wound
Mrs. Gilb-n. Xo 1 "South Fifth street, i-'-.i-
, 1 ''rf"f r':r,!i- u-"rs- WANTKI) TO RENT v. 1th privil-g---
Mr. M. M X.lson I..v;r, Kv.. : b..:.s f. ,o, crerr i. s:n eruptions ?,ur. h.,s,ne c i six of -Ven.
is in ih- city. v:s::mg h:s s..n. Mr. ; a;s.. : t.n. spra:ns and ; j. V.
;l;iud N.l-n of the Mar: ,! Hard, ,:- o,:ns. Try it. at aV. -Irucst. .-r.-s. Turv..r r,,rt McC..y. j
u I P'SH AND OYSTERS T,e farn,)? ::ttv !!v,r ar r-
"Ue have an exquts'te line of hand- Froh rrvstal Riv-.r and Cedar Key ; Witf I fl- Firlv r:. rs. Tiv a:- -i
painted American and imported china, j oyst, rs. fv-sh and salt water fish r-- .,if,.. ,ur. s.-.,:... ":.R.i e.,sy "t-tk- i
.... 4. s.ex,.v e,r x ai ,:a:.v. at i.i'.am i Jai; r s Sid; I V-.-- v.-.'i ask f..r 1 1. W s .':".'..''.
tions and at moderate prices. A. E
Burnett, the jru"lf-r.
::tv market. 'Phone 21?.
Wit h Haze Sal'
Th- best ar.d
t varb d ".:,-
i s u : s : 1 1 u 1
re: s- a. ; : a
rr.i'ation. r-W.-; s r.,r.
leather and alligator
c."tse and ladies chat chat-the
the chat-the r..nrt Pharm.vv.
n the Square."
ir.- bags, at
trens a:.;, th.ir.g her. y
Pal- i it ;s es;,.-, ;ah
S- d bv
Mr. and Mrs. I.. II. Pinu: ;-o.
'd-'-nsant visit t t'adv r-l.itiv'
left Sund.iv f. r '...:.?. w'-.
. r s-.-ald A
:r.im-i:t jus" as s .n as .i a
aao- ns. .-. nl th.e pai:; i
1 v.h:i- th- wo ;:-.. -a:::; WAXTF.Ij A -s b'-okl-:-
nd. r;l ly. A rj-'r r ot:.--r v.-rk i y a rr. in ".v."
'in: itism a r.d all a.r.s 1 rn-'- 1 : .,!.,. ; .- t r.ding m.ik-
a : a ..it ja..i .ni- : : Has .. n ri- :
c. a::.: ? i a
f..r a large u-jaT-m-e
loas? six ars. Will arc
-cm:- it.', n
Messrs. F. P. Meyers, a. M
man. H. F Taylor H F. P a..
P. P. Pevii! of In ;n-vi'l v.-,.
the arrivals at the o.- ,!.. H e,
i i r e n i o v m
i d. .;r.es. No. :
": SORE LUNGS ATJD Ft AW LUNGS
More people are taking F
ney Remedy every year. I:
ered the m.ot effective renv-dv
-ile f ar-
.'. II ,.
at a: .-I
? T- .-. ...
e.n l Ta.r.
iir.g. nd j otie t :..s. ar.d irritab
r .l.--d b
iv- r m ak s
In- tand j.hvsSo-.l d-pre- : n an
k:.'-w that suit dlsa-:ro
..- gr-.-a:- st is a kt.ow jg--.l to b- th- i
remedy. w..l nui. kly r regu.at-.-r
kidney and bladder troubles that med- ( t
i.-.al si ienre can devise. Fob-v's Kid
nev Remedy corrects irregularities.!-:,- a normal (or.dltlon. Ask for Fo Fo-builds
builds Fo-builds up the syst.-m. and restores lost j b y"a Honey and Tar. S-M by the
vitality. Sold by the Court Pharmacy, i uurt Pharmacy.
If v .u re blue and out
r'; t-; ar.'i icjii jirj i-r- i-eit-. re t e. -. 4-
cure f.-r bilious h-a'luh-. constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, chills and f'-v. r ar.d all 1:vt
complaints. Sold by all druggists.
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d illy with f.r r-su'.ts. Th Th-weak
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inflammation th4 bladd bladd-urinary
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NOTICE OF ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
To Whom It May 'onr-rn: This is
to c.rtify that I linvf- this day placed
.n th- ity p 'ur.d th- following de-rai'-'l
animals v. bi b l av- b--n found
finning at lira- within th- corporate
linats of ti f lty of Ma!a. contrary to
.rdiriarc s si l city. ne
ill -p -t:-d st. er yearling marked
fi'..,.-r "ej"' rr..:, P; ..e.. f.-tr Tl.l l:nler-
hit n th- or r ar.
-. : 1 T' e own r. ;, r-.f t thejr agents.
.,'-.-. :.g j ..! a. I who-a i; may -n- rn. ar.
.: "; 'l.T-liV notifi-.J that if tr.- animals ar
j r.- t .; -.irr.d and all xp- r.s-s of tak tak-ir.g
ir.g tak-ir.g ar.d impo.irol ir.g th-reof are not
- i.:pi;: i withi'i t lays from date bre bre-V
V bre-V r.g j t --wit: "-i h- 22nd day of F-b-M
- ru ary. K-l". I wl 1 11 the s m to th;
s 1 hlgj.e-t a;.d b-.-t bidder, said sa! t
jtak- pi oe let-Ae.-?. t ... h-urs of n a.
- im ar. l ;.. m r.n saii day at th city
', ar.d in al. Florida.
R. L. Cart-r.
Marsha". Citv of "cala.
. NOTICE OF ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
To whom it no- .rjc-rn:
This ;s t., r-r:::v that I have this
d'.V io-d i!; th- e;y J.ound the f'l-
ir.g b ;.. d ar.imals w hi. h ha v-
ir.g at large within
. .:;!..: llmi-s ..f xh- city f
i n:rrv to th- ordinances of
'. th.oJ- ; -.id :ty. : bark and whit?- s;v,t s;v,t-t
t s;v,t-t from ?r. irk- i -wal'-.w fork in one
tr. xat-st i .-.,r ar.d two sr-i it- .n th- otb-r ear.
id o-.. vr.;e ,,r.d b' k s;.o?t-.i c.:f.
Wr. r hefe.
I t'e-lr agent ;nd all whom it may con con-'
' con-' -rn ar- h re-.y notified that if the
a i! ; a r: rr.als ar- ra t claim-! and all ex-mo-
: .. ns- -- of taking and impounding
h !h---of are ti-.t paid within three days
we from d it- h-r-'f. to-wit: fin the 22
a .r-i- Iftli". I i.-M' ,.,.11 ..
. .1 I s on 11 "11
:1 pills ; s.,r:n to th- hieh-st and best bidder.
.f p "j If i said sal- to take place between the
i- ar- f'T hours of 11a. m. and 3 p. m. on said
hackache. tiay at the- city pound In Ocala. Flor Flor-r
r Flor-r and all iJa. R. L. Carter,
iruss'sts. ;, Marshal City of Ocala.
OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1910
H. ROBINSON, President.
8. H. BLITCII, Manager. J. C. BOOZER, Asst. Manager.
GEO. J. BLITCII, Teller.
OCA LA, FLA.
THE DEPOSITORS IN THIS BANK
Are the merchants, the professional and successful men and
women of the city, the farmers of the surrounding territory.
W accommodate all classes. Our customers represent the
men and women who have and are still building successful
We solicit a share of your business.
E. C. Smith
C. V. Roberts
EUBALUERS & FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Complete Line of Caskets and Bnrial Materials
Graduated Embalmers and Undertakers
Day Pbone 10 Night Pbone 94
FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Western Beef, Veal, Florida Stall Fed Beef,
Muttun, Armour's Star Ham, Armour's Pork
Sausage, Cabbage, Rutabagas, Turnips, Beets,
Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes, Spanish Onions
W. IP. E O W ARO
Phone 108 Citv Market
SPALDING'S BASE BALL
l Story of
By GEORGE BARR
Copyright. 1909, by George Barr
Copyright. 1909. by Dodd. Med tL J
H 111 11 1
THE H. fi 17. B. DREW COMPANY
DISTRIBUTORS FOR THE STATE OF FLORIDA
SEND FOR NEW 1910 CATALOGUE
Dealer in Florida and Western
Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh and Salt Water
Fish and Oysters in season, Chickens, Eggs
Cash Paid for Scrap Metals and Hides.
Though our Special Money Raising
Sale is over, we have decided to
continue selling at the Sale
Prices on the
"A Little Wow and Then"
plan. We are in a position to sell
you goods at Spot Cash Prices
and make Terms to Suit
Yovi. Call and let us
The Furniture Men
Fort King Ave. and
TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST BY
THE DIXIE ELYER AND SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
LOOKXSQ FOB AX EYE.
I HE witch was haranguing her
huddled audience, cursing the
soldiers, laughing gleefully in
the faces of her stately, scorn
ful guests, greatly to the Irritation of
Baron Dangloss, toward whom she
showed an especial attention.
Tullis was holding the prince in his
arms. Colonel Qulnnox stood before
them, keeping the babbling, leering
beldame from thrusting her face close
to that of the terrified boy. The Count Countess
ess Countess Marlanx, pale and rigid, her won wondrous
drous wondrous eyes glowing with excitement,
stood behind John Tullis.
With incredible swiftness the storm
passed. Almost at Its height there
came a cessation of the roaring tem tempest,
pest, tempest, the downpour was checked, the
thunder died away and the lightning
trickled off into faint flashes. The sky
cleared as if by magic. The exhibi exhibition,
tion, exhibition, if you please, was over!
"It is the most amazing thing I've
ever seen," Dangloss said over and
The Countess Marlanx was trem trembling
bling trembling violently. Tullis, observing this,
tried to laugh away her nervousness.
"Mere coincidence; that's all," he
said. "You can't believe she brought
about this storm?"
"It isn't that," she said in a low
voice. "I feel as if a grave personal
danger had just passed me by. Not
danger for the rest of you, but for me
alone. That is the sensation I have
the feeling of one who has stepped
back from the brink of an abyss just
in time to avoid being pushed over. I
can't make you understand. See! I
"Nerves, my der countess shad shadows!
ows! shadows! You'll be over it as soon as we
Ten minutes later the cavalcade
started down the rain swept road to toward
ward toward the city, dry blankets having
been placed across the saddles occu occupied
pied occupied by the ladies and the prince. The
witch stood in her doorway, laughing
gleefully, inviting them to come often.
"Come again, your highness!" she
"The next time I come it will be with
a torch to burn you alive!" shouted
back Dangloss. To Tullis he added:
"Gad, sir, they did well to burn
witches in your town of Salem. You
cleared the country of them the
Down through the lowering shades
rode the prince's party swiftly, even
gayly by virtue of relaxation from the
strain of a weird half hour. No one
revealed the slightest sign of appre apprehension
hension apprehension arising from the mj'sterious
demonstration in which nature had
taken a hand.
Truxton King, for reasons best
known to himself, soon relapsed into
a thoughtful, contemplative silence.
Between us, he was sorely vexed and
disappointed. When the gallant start
was made from the glen of "dead men's
bones" he found that he was to be cast
utterly aside, quite completely ignored
by the fair Loraine. She rode off with
Dangloss was truly strnea.
"Do you mean, sir, that yoa don't
know her?" he asked, almost harshly.
"I don't know her name."
"And you had the effrontery to My
excellent friend, you amaze me! I
know that Americans are bold; but, by
fad, sir, I've always looked upon them
a3 gentlemen. You"
"Ilold on, Baron Dangloss !" inter interrupted
rupted interrupted Truxton, very red In the face.
"You'd better hear my side of the
story first. She went to school with
my sister. She knows me, but refuses
to tell me who she is."
"Well, my boy, if she elects to keep
you in the dark concerning her name
it is not for me to
betray her. Ladies
in her position, I
dare say, enjoy
these little mys mysteries."
teries." mysteries." It was dusk when
they entered the
Above the castle
King said good by
to Tullis and the
saluted the sleepy
prince and follow followed
ed followed Mr. Hobbs off
to the heart of the
city. He was hot
Either she had for for-cotten
cotten for-cotten to sav irood-
"rr 19 sot for ite hy to bim or had
to betray her." wlUfuIy decided to
ignore him altogether. At any rate,
she entered the gates to the castle
grounds without so much as an in indifferent
different indifferent clance In his direction.
EXIT A WOULD-BE ACTRESS
Kansas City. Feb. 20. Miss Agnes
Ix;-lie Klkins. nkoe of United States
Senator Stephen I. FJkins, of West
Virginia. li-d at a hotel last night of
a bullet v.und she inllicted upon her herself
self herself last Wednesday in attempted
suicide. Despondency over the re refusal
fusal refusal of relatives to consent to her bo-
coming an actress is given by the
young woman's friends as he cause
for her suicide. She obtained a part
in a play but Senator Elkins is said
to have influenced her to give it up.
$100 REWARD $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at bast
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known
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75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for con
Airs. JKIary 13. Bogio
STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER
has moved her office from the Mer
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building, west side of square.
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Lv. Lakeland. A. C. Lv 11:45 m-
I.v. Kissimmee, A. C. L... 1:05 p. m.
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"I FEEL AS IP A OBAVE PERSONAL DAK-
OEB HAS JTST PASSED ME BY."
young Count Vos Engo without so
much as a friendly wave of the hand
Vos Engo, being an officer In the roy royal
al royal guard, rode ahead by order of Colo Colonel
nel Colonel Qulnnox. Truxton, therefore, had
her back In view at rather a vexing
distance, too for mile after mile of
the ride to the city. He galloped along
beside the baron, a prey to gloomy
considerations. What was the use?
He had no chance to win her. That
was for story books and plays. She
belonged to another world far above
The baron's dry, insinuating voice
broke la upon the young man's
thoughts. "I think It's pretty well un understood
derstood understood that she's going to marry
him." The little old minister had been
reading King's thoughts; he had the
satisfaction of seeing his victim start
julltily. King managed to control him himself,
self, himself, asking with bland interest:
"Indeed: Is It a good match, baron?"
The baron smiled. "I think so. lie
has been a trifle wild, but 1 believe
he has settled down. Splendid family.
He is desperately in love."
"I hadn't thought much about it. Is
she In love with him?"'
"She sees a great deal of him," was
the diplomatic answer.
"Would you mind telling me just
who she is, baron?'
BflRPESTER AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on al
contract work. Gives more and bet
ter work for the money than any
other contractor in town.
Treating The Wrong Disease
Many times women call on their family physicians, suffering, as they
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liver or kidney disease, another from nervous prostration, another with
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ment derangement of the organs distinctly feminine. The phvsician, ignorant of the
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They will cure your backache,
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO AP AP-ply
ply AP-ply for Letters Patent.
The undersigned subscribers and in
corporators hereby give notice that on
the 23th day of March. 1010, the un
dersigned and their associates will aj-
y to the Honorable Albert W. Oil-
christ. governor of tho state of Flor
ida, for letters patent incorporating
them under anil by the name of PORT
KINO REALTY COMPANY, in ac
cordance with following articles of
incorporation, which they have adopt
ed as their proposed charter this 19th
day of February. 1910.
R. R. Carroll.
L. M. Murray.
H. D. Stokes.
Articles of Incorporation and Proposed
Charter of Fort King Realty
The undersigned intending anil pro proposing
posing proposing to organize a corporation un under
der under tiie general laws of the state of
Florida, relating to corporations for
profit, hereby make and publish thc thc-following
following thc-following articles of incorporation and
proposed charter, namely:
The name of the corporation shall
be FORT KING REALTY COMPANY.
and its principal place of business
shall be at Ocala, Marion county.
Florida, with branch offices in other
parts of the state, or other states as
may b- required.
The general nature of the business
to lie transacted by said corporation is
to buy. sell, lease and otherwise se secure
cure secure and dispose of land, to buy and
sell houses and other buildings, and
lease and rent the same, or encumber
any or all of such property; to deal
in securities and bonds, and in gen general
eral general to engage in the real estate busi business,
ness, business, both as principal and agent: to
own and operate an electric lighting
and power p!ant. acetylene, gas or
other plants or apparatus for lighting
purposes: to buy, sell and otherwise
dispose of building material, and deal
generally as merchants, and conduct a
general merchandise business; to bor borrow
row borrow money upon securities, and do and
perform such other acts and things as
are necessary and proper in conduct conducting
ing conducting said business as is not incon inconsistent
sistent inconsistent with the purpos.-s of this
charter or in violation of the laws of
the stote of Florida, or of the United
The amount of capital stock author authorized
ized authorized is the sum of eight thousand dol dollars,
lars, dollars, which shall be divided into eighty
shares of the par value of one hundred
dollars each, which shall be paid
either in cash or by a conveyance to
the company of property and property
rights, the just and true value of
which shall be not less than the sum
of eight thousand dollars.
The corporation shall exist f'"r a
term of twenty-five years.
The business of the corporation
shall b conducted by a president, vice
president, secretary and treasurer, and
t boar 1 of three directors, who shall
be eleeted at the annual meeting of
the stockholders and directors, to be
h-!d :i the first Tuesday in April of
each y ar.
Th" following named officers shall
onduct the business of the corpora corporation
tion corporation until those elected at the first
lection shall be qualified, to-wit:
R. R Carr-ll. pre-i lent.
1 M. Murray, vice president.
11. I.'. Stokes, secretary and treas treasurer.
urer. treasurer. VI
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability t" which the corporation
e.,n at any time subject itself shall be
fifteen thousand dollars.
The name- and r-id-nc'? of the
s :b.-rii.e rs. and the amount of stock
subscribed by each, are as fallows:
R. R farroil. Ocala. Florida. $2,"r'
I.. M. Murray. Ocala. Florida. $:!."'"'.
H. I.. Stokes. Ocala. Florida. $2.0""
Witr.'-ss the hands and seals of the
ir.c-'rp'-.rate.rs this the K'th day of
OCALA PLUfllil & ELECTRIC CO.
J. W. AKIN, Manager
PLUMBING We handle Standard g-oods and guarantee everything we do.
ROOFING We do all kinds of work In the roofing line and are agents for
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thicknesses, made in colors slate, red. brown and grt-en. The colors will
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actual use. Ask for samples.
ACETYLENE LIGHTING We will install a plant In your house or More or
church complete can be used for lighting, ceoking and heating. We can
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WATER PLANTS We can Install Kewanee Pressure System complete.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS We are agexts for the Badger Fire Extinguisher,
the handy size for use In the house or store, and the Chemical Engines for
use in small towns not equipped with water works. The Holder block In
Ocala has been saved twice by the u s. of this handy extinguisher and Mr.
Chazal's residence was also saved.
Write us for particulars and prices. When you ne-ed anything In our
line phone or see Akin.
FHONE 280 P. O. BOX 944
SAY, HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO
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STOP PAYING RENT.
I Have the Best Proposition that a Poor Man Ever Had.
Call on, or address,
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TICKETS ON SALE FEB. 15, 16, 1 7, 18, 21, 22, 23, 24, WITH FINAL
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For Information, call on A. C. L. Ticket Agent, or
J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent,
Y. K. BEAZLEY, T. P A. Tampa, Florida.
What Kodol Will Do
For you, when you need it. But the longer you neg neglect
lect neglect Indigestion, the more you will suffer before Kodol
can restore Good Digestion.
!-.at- of Florid t. County f M i ri'-n.
j V.-r? -r.a::y a;-;-.-ar-d ft. R. Carroll
l M Murray and 11. T. ?t .k' to nr.-
w.i krs.v.vn to bo the j.artie? desTib
.-.. in ;.nd who executed th- for.-c:ne
ar:rcl-.-s of in orj.orati-n and i-rovoed
ehartt-r. and each acknow!dzd th
the- us"-s anl
forth and -x-
-x-'Out:on tht-r-of for
;.ur:-o-s th-;r-:n st
Oiv n un.le-r my han.l and sf-a! of f-fict-
this lyt'i lay of February. lMf'.
Mamie E. Fox.
Notary Public State of Fkri.ia.
My commission expires Feb. 10, 1113.
And, of course, indigestion If neg neglected
lected neglected long enough, brings on eeri eeri-ous
ous eeri-ous diseases In Trtlch Kodol cannot
benefit you. Some of these there
Is n ielp for at alL
There are, in fact, Tery few ail ailments
ments ailments which cannot traced di directly
rectly directly to impure blood. And im impure
pure impure blood Is alwaya due to a dla dla-erdered
erdered dla-erdered stomach.
Use Kodol and prtrent Nervous
Kodol will effectually assist Na Nature
ture Nature to secure a complete restora restoration
tion restoration of good digestion. It does
this by at once digesting all food
in the stomach and keeping it di digested,
gested, digested, until the stomach is rested
and can resume its own work. Ko Kodol
dol Kodol removes the cause and the
effect quickly removes itself.
When It is recalled that Apo Apoplexy,
plexy, Apoplexy, Heart Disease, Cancer and
ren Consumption are due to
poor digestion and poi3ons thus
transmitted to the blood, and
throughout the system the impor importance
tance importance of maintaining good diges digestion
tion digestion Is at once realized.
TVe knew what Kodol would de
before ever the first bottle was
eold. If we did not know just what
it will do, we would not guarantee
it the way w do.
It Is easy for you to prere Kodol
the r.ext (or the first) tine yoa
have an attack of indlgestioa. And
you will certainly be surprised at
the results. It la perfectly harm harmless.
less. harmless. There can be no harm in trying
something that may do you a great
deal of good when it costs yom
nothing if it doesn't.
Oo to rout AmzgitX today and get a
lr bottle. Then aftr Ton hre ud the
entire contents of tbe bottle If 70a cu
bonrstij m;, that tt bs not dote yoa ktr
food, return the bottle to the lnjgg1t a&d
e will refund roar money without ue ue-tloo
tloo ue-tloo or delay, we will then pay the o ruf ruff's
f's ruff's t for the bottle. Don't beaitate. ail
3rog(r!t know that oar guarantee Is f
This oSer applies to the lar?e bottle om.'y
and to but one In a family. The large bw4
tie contains 2ft tlsea aa much as 1 ha Aftf
Kodol is prepared at the labors
I tories of fi. O. DeWltt ft Co-Cslcactv
SOLD AXD RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGISTS