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p XJCALA EVENING STAR TUESDAY APRIL 6 1909
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PHONE NO 199 I
MARION REALTY COI
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If you want to rent a House i
If you want to buy a House I
Do you want to sell a Lot f
Or would you prefer to buy a Lot
It is an undisputed fact that Real Estate brings more
to the amount invested than any other investment will bring
If this is true and you know it why dOlt you invest in
Heal Estate Homes Farms and all kinds of property for I
sale at very low price I
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MAKE THE START TODAY
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Marion Realty Company
A FRANK Manager
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SOCIALISTIC SPEAKING
WEDNESDAY EVENING
Mr A I FJUs the eloquent young
rocinftet orator will addreiw the peo
ple of OfiaIn on the want of socialism
on April 7tJi tomorrow at 730 p in
Bvery olle 1JJ welcome to come out and
hear kim N < i charge will he made
J F Hinton of Sherpe Ferry fl
ttmid todny from Levy county when j
he went to nettle up the eatates of hisj
brother M X And S D Hinton Both
thes wiett died In February the wune I
week one on Tuesday and the other
Friday They had been partner all
theIr lives an fameVs and stockmen
Mr Hinton Intel H sate of the persona
Affects of hi brothers Saturday and
hud one of the largent sale ever cried
In Iery county Air Hinton came
home with a souvenir a sword made
of coffee wood which was sent from
the Philippines by Ills niece when nix
was a school tvneher over there I
Our pound fmper IK the best w
liaVo tvor had Nfew lot just In Como
In and see It The Poatofflce Drug
store A
COTTAGE FOIt RJ3NT On south
Third street known ts the Loonoy
hoiiar HaM electric lights hath and
sorvant8 house which could bi sub
rented for three or four dollars sta
ble buggy nnd wood house Apply to
Mrs T W Smith near Ocula Ilgh
School 4331
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Captnln Uuckfthot Williams tells a
tough story on n younf doctor In one
of tht toWns on his run He bUrs the
younf doctor aforesaid Imd n patient
afflicted with seven yearItch and
vaccinated him for smallpox
Spaldlngs Baseball Guide for 1909
just In nt the Ocnln News Co
T H Hampton of Cornell was in
town today and enrolled his name on
the Stars fttibscrlptlnn list
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FOR RENT Cheap a new large I
6room Ijouse nicely painted and ya
perod well shaded yards soft water
S well in Went Third street next to A
E Delouest residence Apply to A E
D louwt 320tf
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DrJE Van Hood was called to Lako
Wolr on professional business this af
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FOR SALE A sixroom residence
two stories large lot near school
house Price 1000 on payments al
most like renting Apply to M A
Care Star 24
Mr David Driver of Cltrn and rep
I resenting tin Miles Shoe Co of Rich
mond Va was In town today and
went down to Dunnellon this after
I noon
I The Portable Bath with Its com
fL bined features of shower mnssnge
j friction and cleanaing with or with
i > out bath tub Is n topic of conversa
V tion Cull and see It Montezuma
tr G 1 block afternoons
Ernest Lytle of SUinton was In the
city todny and sold his fine crop of
fruit He will have about 100 boxes
r or
< WANTED Board in private family
11l by gentleman wife and fouryenrold
1 3i child Address X Y Z Star office
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f R L Martin of Weir Park and
r > Jomu triggers of Oklawnbawere in
town ttrtlav
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In our prescription department we
offer you both promptness and efflc i
iency Tho Court Pharmacy i
Chief Justice Alex Wynne of East
lake was in town today
FOR RENT A fourroom cottage
screened windows city wnter on
South Second street Apply to Dr
E Van Hood
J Gerigs Linen Lawn one pound and
two packs envelopes to match for i c
at the Postofflce Drugstore
MEN Our illustrated catalogue ex
plains how we teach barber trade In
few weeks mailed free Moler Barber
College Atlanta Ga 43St II
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knows a good thing when be sees It
J Tho proof of the pudding is In t
ing It and our patrons have long
4T ago tested our stationery and blank
books of all kinds and of the best
grades of paper We have everything
In stock In writing materials and al
1f ways have the latest thing out in
books of all kinds
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LeSUEUR HOUSE
One of Ocalas best boarding houses
If you want somethinggopd to eat and
large well ventilated rooms to sleep
In bath room both city and well wa
ter For particulars call on or ad
dreas Mrs LeSuer No 36 North Main
street 29lm
I JUNK BOUGHT AND SOLD i
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I have opened a store between the
laundry and market whero I will buy
and sell all kinds of junk such as
old metal bones hides bagging tal
low barrels rubber etc etc I will
also buy und soil secondhand fur
niture and repair furniture stoves
etc An experienced man with all
tools and faeHHIo for doing repair
work will be In charge of the repair
department and satisfaction is guar
anteed See me if you Lave anything
to sail or repair E J Decker
316Ct Phone 241
FISH AND OYSTERS
I receive every day from Crystal
River choice oysters both Inside and
Gulf oysters salt and fresh water llsh
and mullet I cnn give you the best
In fish any oysters fresh and prompt I
ly delivered Phone 219 city market
second stall on the lest 120tf I
WILLIAM TUCKER
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STORAGE ROOMS
Any one desiring good storage
rooms can find same in the third floor
of the Star building
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CHILDRENS EYES I
If your child Is backward in his II
studies does not like to study or has
Symptoms of headache you will prob
ably find hat there Is some little eye I
erouble S 4 I
There may be no outward signs of
a defoc yet the eyes should tie ex
amined to make sure there Is nofault
In them I
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WE GIVE SPECIAL CARE TO
CHILDRENS EYES
DR D M BONEY
S Eyesight Specialist
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Ocala Fla
Office Hours 9 to 12 a m and
130 to 430 p m Optical office and
laboratory rooms 2 and 4 Gary block
Mr I Vhlttln ton of the Fleming
ton section came down today to be
introduced to our now courthouse and I
lawn He never had seen them until
today S I
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5 DeWitts Little Early Risers the I
best known pills anil the best pills
made are easy to take and act gently I
and are certain Sold and recom I
mended by all dmiggists
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Mr Kea the traveling man wont
down to Dunnellon this afternoon He
is taking his vacation now
CASTOR
For Infants and Children
The Kind You Uayg Always Bought
Bears tho
Signature I
NOTICE
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of South Florida Naval
Stores Company will be held in the of
fices of the company on the morning
of Wednesday April 7th 1509 nt 10
oclock for tho transaction of such
business is may come before said
meeting It S Hall President
E E Robinson Assistant Secretary
run today and Wednesday next week
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j Mr W E McGahngln of Lake Weir
ind Henry Morrison of Stanton were
lure to attend the meterans meeting
today They said it was the largest
ir the history of the camp
Captain Frank Lytle the veteran of
Stanton has gone to Forsyth Ga to I
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FOR HE TThe center one of the
rher nw Croom cottages on South
Second street possession April 15Ui
Apply to Joseph Dell 34
WILLIAMS KIDNEY PILLS
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Have you neglected your kldne s
Have you overworked your nervous
system ana caused trouble with your
kidneys and bladder Have you pains
Ir loins side back groins and blad
der Have you a flabby appearance
of the fnce especially under the eyes
Too frequent a desire to pass urine
tf so Williams Kidney Pils will cure
you Sold by the Antllonopoly
Drugstore
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R C Davis Co of Jacksonville
handle slllc typewriter ribbons 75c
each 750 par dpzen
Nunrauys fine candles fresh every
week at the Postefflce Drugstore
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OGAtA OCCURRENCES
At FNhels Easter bread
Old Fellows meet tonight
Eagles meet tomorrow evenIng
Red Man meet Thursday night
Woodmen meet Friday evening
Mr A M Fore of Conner was te the
city today
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S Phone or send your prescriptions to
tb Court Pharmacy
Mrs Weathers and Miss Harrison of
York were In town today
Prescription filled accurately and
delivered by the Postofflce Drugstore
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Mr Bob Sanders of Dunnellon was
In town today II
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FOR RENT Sixroom OUN near 1
Presbyterian church Apply to T CI
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Mr J A Rentz of Levon was in the
city yesterday
Mr B R Stripling has returned
from a business trip to Mcintosh
Mr Clarence Camp went up to
Gainesville today
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Mrs Dr Henry and Mrs Lege came
up from the lake today
Mr Jesse Pyles was a passenger on1
the A C L train to Palatka today
Mr and Mrs Robert BUUnton of Sa
vannah are guests of th Ocala
House
Have you Mon the now visible Fay
Sholes typewriter R C Davis Jo i
general agents iI
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Mr J B Borland of Citm was ill 1
town today He stopped at the Ocala t
House I
Gerigs Linen Lawn one pound and
two packs envelopes to match for SOc
at the Postoffice Drugstore S
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Dr W R O Veal of Cotton Plant
was r business visitor to Gainesville
This afternoon I
Ii Chas W Hunter of the Ocala
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Gas Company was husiness visitor
to Jacksonville today
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Mr and Mrs J J Nelson and Miss
Ruth Whittier of BMleview came up
today to do some shopping
I Mr George ZEnley of Washington
j spent Sunday and part of Monday in
I Ocnla with friends j
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j Mrs Wilson Tate has returned to her
j homo at Roddick after a short visit ttfj
I Mrs E P TJiagard
I Miss Atkinsonsvote in the Tampa j
I Times ° contest is close ta ten thou
sand
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Prof A M Lansford went to Belle
I view yesterday to spend three or four
I days tuning piano <
II Little Miss Louise Tengue IK quite
slck with fever at the homo of hor I
I aunt Mr Townley Porter
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II Messrs R S Hall C E Winston f
and A P Stucj went Gainesville
I this afternoon on sundry business mis I
I sions v >
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Our pound paper Js the best we I
have over hal New lot just In Come I
In and see it The Postoffice Drug II
stQre 4 5
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Mrs Erastus Hopkins and her sis
ter Miss Dorothy Calvin left today
for Inverness where they will remain
until Friday with Mr Hopkins
t We have a most exquisite line of
j fancy imported china in many dir
I ferent pieces The AntiMonopoly
Drugstore
Cnpt John L Inglis of Rockwell was
in town today and went on to Jack
sonville The captain has sprained his
ankle severely and cannot walk with
out crutches
FOR RENTOne sixroom or soy
enroom cottage facing new primary
school building electric lights fire
places and bath Apply to Mrs R D
Fuller 95 South Third street 331
Mrs J M Dell and handsome little
son Maxey Dell of Gainesville arriv
ed in Ocala Sunday to spend the week
with Mrs Dells parents Mr and Mrs
C A Liddon at the Metropole
Mr Albert Ji Birdsey left yesterday
for his home at Forsyth Ga after
spending two days very delightfully
with hs wife and daughter at the
home of Cot and Mrs J M Martin
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The meanest girl in Florida has I
been discovered After giving a young
man the frosty mitt i e the sack or
to use plain English throwing him
down she sent back his letters with
60 cents due postage on them
We often wonder how any person f
cnn be persuaded into taking any 1
thing but Foleys Honey and Tar for
coughs colds and lung trouble Do
not be fooled Into accepting own I
make of other substitute The gen
uine contains no harmful drugs and
is in a yellow package Sold by all
druggists
I What airs those WooiUnar people
are putting on They are growing and II
the itet is a yacht club of which W
R Goodwin is commodore Dr Henry
comnTamler Frank Lytle chief of staff I
W H Blckley fleet captain Veteran
BnrtlPtt In charge of torpedo fiet and I
o on J
People past middle life usually have I
some kidney or bladder disorder that
saps the vitality which IK naturally
lower in old age Foleys Kidney
Remedy corrects urinary troubles
stimulates the kidneys and restores
strength and vigor It cures uric acid
troubles by strengthening the kidneys I
so they will strain out the uric acid
that settles in the muscles and joints
causing rheumatism Sold by all
druggists
Mrs Josephine Wynne by long odds
the best pert of Alex Wynnes house
hold at Eastlake will accept the
thanks of the editor of the Star for a
pall of the finest mulberries we ever
saw They are about OF large as a
hens egg and look luscious enough to
swallow pail and all and what is more
to the purpose nn invitation to come
down and help ourselves Thanks
we are coming to join the Woodmar
yacht and bathing club
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AUTOMOBILISTS WANT
HARD ROAD TO DAYTONA
The automobiie owners of this sec
tion and there are SO of them or more
are waking up to the necessity of a
hard road from Ocala to Daytona
With such a road the automobile bus
iness of the state would take a big
jump The good roads movement
I would receive a great stimulus Hun
dred thousands of tourists with their
I own cars or in rented machines would
I visit Ocala every winter from that famous
molls tourist resort Many of these
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would remain over for longer or
shorter visits with us and all would
spend more money They would visit
Silver Spring nnd tell of the beauties
I of the Spring to others who would
come Hundreds of northern people
would see the splendid farming and
vegetable raiding lands of Marlon
county for the first time and would
return home with the knowledge of
good lands in Florida instead of just
white sand as many of them only see
from the cars or the East Coast Rall
I way barring a few Small cases by the
way Oar own people could go to
Daytona and Seebreeze in their ma
I chines in three hours or less in the
I higher speed cans With a little more
work and money this road could be
I made a belt line from Ocala on to
I Leesburg and around by way of De
I Land and back to Daytona making
ortV of the most beautiful and inter
esting loops for an automobile tour on
the face of the globe Much of this
route is now hard roads For Instance
with the exception of a few gaps there I
I is 3 splendid hard road almost to
I MiLstls From DeLand to Daytona is
t a good road It seems to us that the
I county should help on the proposi
I tion The other counties through
I which the road passes would gladly
I do so Thousands of dollars can be
1 raised by private subscription to aid
I in the work We have heard ir the
S last few days a dozen Ocala men say
j thty wouldgive from one to two hun
dred dollars each to the enterprise
r Almost every automobile owner along
I the route would give Many of the
I regular ivinter visitors from the north
I to Daytona DeLand and other places
would give Hbctrally The plan is
feasible and can be executed Lets
work on it In this connection an au
tomobile club should be organized in
Ocala with a membership of all the
machine owners In the county The
initial object of the club would be the
building of this and other hard roads
Let automobile owners wake up and
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FRESH ARRIVAlS
Smoked Halibut Chunks i
I Royal Seal I i
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and
Quaker Oats in 2 Lb Tins
Merry Widow Flour
on hand all the time
accept no substitute
lEAPOT OGERY
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get busy This is an Idea though it I
is by no means a new one However I
there are so many automobiles here j
now and so many more coming that itj
is high time the movement was tStart
ed and ItIs certainly feaSlbla now
whtfre 1t might not have b nttfetv
years ago
THE STARS EASTER EDITION
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The Evening Star will issue an
Easter edition Friday or Saturday af
ternoon The edition will be the best
and handsomest we have ever Issued
The covers will be of heavy enameled
book paper the advertisement hand
somely illustrated and printed in col
ors The front page is a very hand
some color design appropriate to the
season The inide pages either eight
or twelve In number sevencolumn in
size will contain several original ar
ticles by local writers and many pret I
ty illustrations The Star has secur j
ed a large number of handsomeright I
uptonow cuts for Its advertisers in
this issue and sterotyped these cuts
from mats on its new sterotyplng out t
fit If the advertising man does not i
get to see you and you want Sjace
for spring and summer advertising In I
this Issue get your copy in as early
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as possible
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i Kiplinger
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IS HERE WITH A COMPLETE LINE OP I
WearEver Aluminum Cooking Utensils
This is the kind that doesnt wear out
Its s > servantproof wear
It will not burn the food as easily as the oldfashioned wares and will
never be injured by carel ss handling i
If you do yours own work you are entitled to the best you can get ajid
nothing can equal WEAREVER ALUMINUM WARE
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HIs light easily koptclean anil perfectly sanitary jnever putting crack
ed glass in your food i c
It isa scientific ware and the only kind you will have in your kitchen 1
when you know what it will do
Be sure and see them If he dont cl drop a card to S I
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THE ALUMINUM MAN
PHONE 313 OCALA FLA
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SPRING MUSICAL FESTIVAL
On account of the above occasion
the Seaboard Air Line Railway will
sell round trip tickets Ocala to Jack i
sonville on April 17th and 18th good I
to return to and Including April 21st
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at 423 For full information and j
sleeper reservations call on any agent I
Seaboard or write to S C Boylston j
Assistant General Passenger Agent j
Jacksonville Fla
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EMINENT AUTHORITIES SAY
that outdoor exercise Is needed by
the American people Thats all very
welj but how can people with rheu
matism follow that advice The ans
wer N very simpleuse Ballards
Snow Liniment and the rheumatism
willgo leaving you as spry as a colt
Gives quick and permanent relief
from rheumatism neuralgia lame
back and all pains Sold by the Anti
Monopoly Drug Store
K of P meet Monday night
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The Proof is in the I
BREAD i 4
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If you are not using
it now its a good
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time to begin WcjJ
sell it exclusively in e
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MARTIN CARN it d
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JAMES TUCKER OUT ON BOND
Jas L Tucker aqcused of killing a i
negro at Silver Springs month ago 1
is out on bail His bondsmen in the
I sum of JSOOO are Messrs Carmichael
Henry Livingston Will J Teuton
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FIRE WOOD FIRE WOOD
We have a large siippy at fire wood
both pine and oak fireplace and stove
lengths Good seasoned wood
A BIG LOAD FOR A DOLLAR
delivered cash Call at factory or I
PHONE 170Gfo GILES CO
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ELECTRIC SMOOTHING IRON j
One of tne rreaU conveniences I
about the houe is one of those Amer
ican Electric Smoothing Irons Heat
ed in a minute an even emperature
never soiled or smoked Get your wife
mother or sister one of them Twp
sizes and prIzes Ask H W Tuoker
to show them to you
Free tuitions free room rent re
dueJ boarding and railroad rates to
teachers and prospective teachers tak
ing review courses at Stetson Normal
School March 31st to June 1st For
particulars address Director A L Li
Sihrie DeLand FJa
FOR SALE Orange grove at South
Lake Weir now in full bloom Your
choice of a 5 8 or 10acre grove at a
bargain for the next few days Come
sff me at onceW N WHson South
Lake Weir 3132C
LOAN WANTED Party wishes to
borrow 700 to J1060 on good real es
tate security Address in wrItial
Loan care Star office 34
Call in ana see the pretty line of
fancy imported China that we are
displaying The AntiMonopoly Drug
Store
SO
OATES INTRODUCTORY SERMON
Rev J E Oates the new minister
s ecured by the First Baptist church
tvlll preach his initial sermon here to
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orrow morning Rev Oates comes
well recommended and the people will
doubtless show their appreciation of
his presence anti services by filling I
the First Baptist burch tomorrow and
llfrlAftrSt Petersburg independ
ent
The are alarm tbfcr morning at 750
oclock ws sent in from Rev Quart
prmans house near the colored brick
Meihodi church About tlO worth of
damage was don The department
made record time to the fire and put
out n th the chemical pngine
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i IF YOU TAKE DELIGHT
I IN BEAUTIFUL MUSIC
Go to the Ocala News Company and
secure seats for the lyceum
perform
ance tomorrow night RoneylaBpys
are something unique In the musical
world They have played before the
people and the celebrities ot every J
part of the Union and have won unt
I stinted applause wherever they have i
appeared A similar opportunity may
not be presented here for a long time i
AT THE AIR DOME LAST NIGHT
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T he New Air Dome showed 3000 feet l
of pictures last night and I
among them II
were many exceptionally fine ones I I
The attendance was good and Is
pick1
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ng up every day With the com j
mancement of the pleasant settled
weather the New Air Dome will doa I r
tine business and will be able to malni
lain for the people of the city a pop1
ular and cheap source of recreation I
and diversion for the evenings
WORK AT THE CEMETERY i j
The Woodmar Sand Stone Com
pany Is going to do some work at the
cemetery and parties desiring such
work will please communicate their
wants within the next few days p o1
Box 956 or room 29 Holder block tf
S MRS MUNROE TO ENTERTAIN
Mrs T T i
Munroe will entertain at
tibe Womans Club Thursday after
noon April 15th with cards and dom 4
moos
f SEND IN YOUR ANNOUNCEMENTS I
f The Star will appreciate it if all of I
j the churches Sunday schools and so j
I cletles will send in their full and com i
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Plete program of services for Easter I
I not later than Thursday afternoon for I
j our mammoth Easter edition which i
lour will probably issue Friday Make
tour n eomjlete program
especially ofS
the song service at S
i at your church
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1 w NOTICE
I All members of Ponce de Leon Lodge I
l of Perfection No 3 are commanded to
meet in R S Halls office at 7 oclock
r Thursday evening to celebrate Mound i
Day festival All brothers ofthe Scot
tteh Rite Masonry are invited j
By order of the V M i
S I Schwerin Secretary
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BUTTERMILK
We are prepared to supply our cus t
tomers with either buttermilk or sep I
arator milk as may be desired The I
Hiawatha Lake Dairy J
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I Miss Laura Norwood has removed I
I her office to the Florida Fruit and I
I Truck Grower I
office in the front room
I second floor of the Star building Miss
Norwood is a vcrj capable sten I
ographer and typewriter and any i
work given her will be speedily and Ij
accurately performed
I Sheriff and Mrs George Carter of
I Inverness are receiving congratula I
tions over the Arrival rafine baby
girl The > little lady arrived yester j
f day morning and we are pleased to I
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report that mother and baby are do
I ing nicely Dunnellon Advocate 2nd I I
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Mr and Mrs Eugene Cox arrived
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in the city this afternoon to spend a
week with Mr Coxs mother Mrs W
I Spike Mr Cox joined his wife at i
Cltra today whore shehas been visit
ing her parents Mr and Mrs 0 L
Wartmann
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Mr George Maclvay has rented the I
Brown cottage just north of Woodmar j
for the summer and Will move his
family down there June 1st v This I
family is another convert to the lake
They have gone jiorth every summer I
for many years
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Drs E Van Hogd and W Y Newj
soar are delegates from the Marion
County Medical Association to the
State Medical Association which conj
vents In Pensacola tomorrow but j
neither are yet certain of
going i
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Mr and Mrs D E Mclver and little r
daughter Frances are spending to j
night at Lake Weir They went down i
to make preparations for Mrs Mclver
and family to spend part of the sum
mer on the lake
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I Dr E Van Hood president of the
Ocala Board of Health makes public
I through the Banner this morning his
I annual report on the hygienic condl f
1 tions that prevailed this city during
I the past year As the Star proposes j
to publish this report to show our
I readers that Ocala IS a healthy town j
nnfl all the conditions make It such
l are growing by the persistent efforts I
of the board to Impart information and I
tine upon line of precept to estab f
Iteh the fact that it pays to heed their
Suggestions and advice It tells that
our water though hard Is pure and
wholesome that it pays to use It In
3 traA of w tr coming from wells cIs
Urns barrel etc Hygiene Is a great
theme and great are the people who1
follow zealously in Its footsteps
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The various county boards and tne j
vet rans were in session today Capt
Ditto with army reminiscences wasi
the chief attraction and they were j
good
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Judge W S Bullock States Ator
new E W Davis Attorneys R B Bul
lofck R L and H L AndersQn Mayor 1
John D Robertson and Editor Frank
Harris are attending court at Inver
ness
George Stein the commercial agent j
left today for Valdosta and other i
points to sow commercial seed j
Elmore Davidson a leading mer
chant of Leesburg but a former zesl j
dent of Ocala Is in the city today in I
his auto attending to business j
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I Cream Peppermints
i Chocolate Pralines j
Crystalized Ginger I
BonBons and Chocolates I I
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Nut Chocolates I
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Fresh Shipment Today
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DOORS OPEN AT 7i3t P it C 1L
H NEW PICTURES EVERY DAY c
Doors open at 715 pocfscat
begins at 730 and continue iatLM
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Admission 10 afld 5 Csitis
LEAVENGOOD AND
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Preprietws S T
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TEX HAS THE SHAWWALKER
OF OFFICE FILING CABINET
1 Mr G W Tex Martin ot the
Ocala C < ews Company has the H4rict
I agency for the famous ShawWaik
Hnc of oftlciT cabinets and filing Ea
vices and received his first shlgramt
I Saturday Mr Martin sold several r
iders of the cabinets before her hd
them marked up and immediately re
ordered The ShawWalker lin Is
finished in oak well made and closely
J fitted each piece being complete with
I the addition of n top and as many
more pieces can be added as raay M
desired of as many different style of
drawers boxes of files and all fit to
gether perfectly and are quickly gmj4
easily taken apart by the removal lit
a little rod The line appeals toU
systemloving office man or merchant
on sight yet It Is simplicity itself ami
is not complicated or cumbcrsom Nit S S
Its operation One good feature ot
goods Is the fact thatjt i1t b
little cheaper than thq o her ke
With Mr Martins ability assaH8
man he will soon have every office
man In this section the posses r ff
one or more pieces of the Shaw
Walker cabinets S
I MEETING OF THE POSTMASTERS S
The postmaster of Florid will
meet In session at Jacksonville April
13 14 and IS Several ot the leading
postofflce officials of Washington wilt J
be > presentto enjhjhten those who at
tend George C Cram Ocalas poet
master calls on all the postmasters of
Marion to be present as the govern
ment grants them five days leave of
absence Every postmaster who pos
sibly can should be there to hear mat
ters discussed tha be asa public of S
ficial should know It is expected that
a one fare rate will bo J1 granted
S
WEATHER FORECAIT > i t
Washington April 6ParU Cjoif M
tonight and Wednesday 4 5
J
Miss Emma Washburn the train
nurse has rece1v dqvcail to SCartirt
her patient being Jin WIlliam Knob
lock a well known resident there wjip
is suffering with pneumonia Dr G
W Lindner will take her to her des
tination in his automobile
Mr John Pasteur the Stanton >
post
master and merchant was in town t
yesterday and reports everything very
serene In hla section S
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Andrew WhIte one ot the plonfter 0
settlers of Clint was in town yester t < J4
day He said the cabbage growers jot ri
his section had done S
fairly well cork
slderng the cold weather had thlnn6 L
out the crop considerably
J
Those who attended the Lucius >
Driggers wedding Sunday afternoon
Oklawaha were the preacher Col R
F Rogers and his son Charles Rogers
and wife Mrs Geo J Proctor of Bel r
levlew Mr and Mrs Jonaii Driggers S
parents of the fair bride Miss Laura
Driggers and their son Ralph The I
wedding party returned home via Bel
levlew where wedding supper was
given the bride and groom and ther
attendants Mr and Mrs Chester Fort
by Mrs Ceo J Proctor The en
joyed the repast greatly after which
they returned to Ocala about fOjn the I
evening
S S
Cal R F Rogers one ot the suc
cessful turpentine operators pf Mar
ion and a fine Baptist preacher wagin
town today from Lynne wJt1t hIs son
John Rogers Tb < > colonel is on Ms
way to Jacksonville Lake City ad S
jTallahasaee where he w1J1 ht1av
the legislature 4 and return 8P
urday > bl
I < > z <
l Messrs c Y Clark and AhurLee
I two of Leesburgs prominent jcitizene S
came up today with Mr ElmorejDayW
M > ntn his auto
Walter Luffman a pjromlnent kcijj
zen ofrSparr was a caller today JJe
ajd the lettuce Beason waoyerrand
the growers did jvell S > 1
it 5
5 Dr C E Thomas of Bartow Is here
looking after his °
property he elng a
former resident of Ocala and cashier
and assiBtant postmaster He fsnvlslt gfi
Ing his mother and brothers nt Sparr
1
I
I M rs John Epperson of Willlsfon ls
in town the guest of Mrs lc Hornle
v
i 1
i
Xs B Griggs the thrifty Lynne far
mer was in town today with a load of
eggs He faid his hens were doing
well S i
Marion countys conrthouse lawn Is
the admiration and pride of every one
who sees It said Mr Chapin of Bos
ton yesterday and remarked that the
lawn was worth thousands of dollars
a year to the town Its a thing of
beauty t S
Among those who reposed athe
i Montezuma last night were CC Ep
I person YIJIIstQn J K ChriSU Mc
Intosh W E Allen McIntosh I > rEv
G Lindner
Anthony L
Mrs John Smith of Oxford who is 5
visiting Mrs A P Gilmore had a
severe spell of sickness Sunday but la
all right again Sirs Gllmores tittle
daughter was also on the sick list but
t Js able to be around again
The convict that escaped yesterday
from the mill at Silver Springs has1
not yet been captured
James Carsofc ol Wildwood hj the
new grocers clerk at the ili le
bra Company 5 a 5 S
s
I
S Mc and Mrs Gaskin of S Shady wero
In town today shopping >
f v
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A J Albrltton of Dal5WaSlnthe
city today and saide had been en
Joyfhg new Irish potatoes for a month
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