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all other information apply to
No 32 Daily DuB Florida Fl rida and West In Indian Indian ¬
dian Limited LimitedYestiimle Vestibule coaches Jack Jacksoni1le Jacksonville J Jsonville
sonville to Washington Vestibule VestibulePullman Ve tibule I IPulhuan IPullman
Pullman drawing room buffet sleeping sleepingcars
cars Port Tampa Tampa and Jacksonville Jackson Jacksonville JaCksonilie ¬
ville to New York without change changeConnects changeConnects changeConnects
Connects at Washington with Colonial ColonialExpress ColonialExpress ColonialExpress
Express via steamer Maryland for forBoston forBoston forBoston
Boston Only one night on the road roadNo roadNo roadNo
No 78 Atlantic Coast Line Express Expressconnects Expressconnpts Expressconnects
connects with trains from all points pointsin
in Florida and connections made for forall foran forall
all points in the Carolinas and tits th Vii Virginias Yirtinias Viigin ¬
ginias gin ias Through Pullman buffet sleep sleeping siceping sleepjag ¬
ing cars Jacksonville via yi Richmond Richmondand
and Washington to New York
F C BOYLSTON Agt S P COLLIER JR JR20S JR20S
20S W r Bay Ba St Jacksonville Fla Fl Sol P A I
WHAT WOMEN FIND TO DO DOA DOA DOA
A woman writing iting in a letter recent recently ¬
ly said that the undervaluation of ofhousekeeping ofhons ofhousekeepln
housekeeping hons keeI > fng as an art was due d ne as asmuch asmuch asmuch
much to the men as it was to women womenShe womenShe womenShe
She meant that men fail to appreciate appreciatethe J Jthe
the fullness of a womans daily life lifen j jn in
n the home or the importance of her herdeitieslnd j jdutiesnd I Iduties
dutiesnd duties nd there is more than a grain grainof
of truth in this statement It is unloubtedly un undoubtedly undouhted ¬
doubtedly true that not one man in inten inten inten
ten understands of what a womans womansday womansday womansday
day in a home is made up The major majority majorit majority ¬
ity it of men have the idea that washing washingdishes washingdi washingdishes
dishes di hes making beds and preparing the themeals themeals themeals
meals Is about all there really is to do doin doIn doin
in a day And if the babys face is isclean isclean isclean
clean as this woman argued and he is iswell isweB iswell
well and goodnatured that is all that thatis
is necessary It cannot be denied deniedthis deniedthis deniedthis
this reflects r the opinion of many a aman aman aman
man on a wifes work as mother and andhousewife andhOl1Sewif andhousewife
housewife There are reasons good goodand goodcuI goodgad
and sufficient to men at least for this thisestimate thisestimate thisestimate
estimate The fact is men are either eithertoo eithertoo eithertoo
too busy to look into a womans womans Ife or ortheir ortheir ortheir
their minds cannot take it in inIt inIt inIt
It is not that men refuse to recog recognize recognizc recognize ¬
nize housewifery as a profession equal equally ¬
ly as arduous in its labors and as ao exacting ex exacting exading ¬
acting in its requirements as any mas masculine maseuline masculine ¬
culine profession it is simply that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they cannot understand how it can be beso beso beso
so It is a common remark with withhundreds withhundrel withliunclrecls
hundreds of men that they the wonder wonderwhat wonderwhat wonderwhat
what women find to do all day
Sometimes curiosity gets the better of ofa
a man and he asks his wife what she shehas sh shhas shehas
has done all day Oh a hundred hundredand
and one little things she says Then Thenhe ThenI Thenhe
he thinks of some momentous scheme schemeover schemeovcr schemeover
I
over which he has been working all allday allday alllily
day and makes a mental comparison comparisonin
in which his wifes work takes second secondplace secondplace secondplace
place He overlooks the fact however howeverthat howeverthat howeverthat
that a womans life in the home is ismade ismade ismade
made up of little things but these thesesame thesesame thesesame
same little things are not only nec necessary necessary necessary ¬
essary but that they are absolutely absolutelyvital
vital to the even adjustment of the thedomestic thedomestic thedomestic
domestic machinery of his home homeThey homerhey homeThey
They are little only in a womans womansoye womansye womanseye
eye ye they would instantly assume pro proportions proportions proportions ¬
portions of magnitude if the th mans manshands manshands manshands
hands were to try to do them themIt
It is unreasonable to expect that a aman aman aman
man with his purely masculine con conception concfption conceptiou ¬
ception of things can ever fully appre appreciate appreciate appreciate ¬
ciate womans work in the home any anymore anymore
I more than a woman woman can be expected expectedto
to understand fully a mans work in inthe inthe inthe
the outer world But so far women womenhave womenhaye womenhave
have acquired a truer conception of ofmens ofmens ofmens
mens work than men have of womens womenswork womenswo1l womenswork
work I firmly believe that if men menwere menI
I I vv were ci e more appreciative of womens womenswork womensI womenswork
I work in the home and regarded house housewifery housewifely housewifery ¬
wifery a profession and a responsi responsible ¬
ble one deserving of the highest re respect respect respect ¬
spect and requiring quite as much muchbrain muchbrain muchbrain
brain and education as any masculine masculineprofession masculineprofession
I profession there would be fewer wom women wornI woman ¬ I
en 11 looking for broader fields of work workand workand workand
I and more responsible r < > duties dutiesA
I A wife and mother who conducts her herhome herhome herhome
home as a home should be conducted conductedhas
has not a whit more leisure time than thanhas th thanhas < 1n 1nhas
has the husband and father if he con conducts conducts conducts ¬
ducts his business as its should be con conducted conducted conmeted ¬
ducted And ofttimes has she less lesstime lesstime lesstime
time because in comparison with withwhat withwhat withwhat
what must be done he has generally generallymore
more hands to tf call upon than has hiswife his hiswife tiswife
wife The details of many a home are areconducted areconduded areconductCl
conducted by thousands of wives with withonetenth witJlI
I onetenth yes with onehundredth onehundredthpart onehundredtpart
part less proportionate assistance assistancethan
than that which is at the call of the thehusband thehusband thehusband
husband in the details of his business businessThis businessThis businessThis
This fact men are for too apt to for forget forget forget ¬
get Nor is housekeeping likely to tocrow torow togrow
crow le less s exacting Just as more and andmore andmore andmore
more is constantly expected of a man manin manin maniii
in business by reason of keener com competition competition competition ¬
petition and widening markets so sohousekeeping sohousekeeping sohousekeeping
housekeeping is getting to be more moreand moreand moreand
and more complicated as the condi conditions conc1itions conditions ¬
tions of our social life change The Theintroduction Theilltro Theintroduction
introduction illtro netion of laborsaving devices devicesdoes deyicesdoes devicesdoes
does not simplify housekeeping any anymore anymore anymore
more than does the introduction of ma machinery machinery machinery ¬
chinery simplify business With eas easier easier ¬ I Iier
ier and greater facilities the demand demandbecomes demandIconws demandbecomes
becomes greater and responsibilities responsibilitiesincrease responsilJilitiesiJ1rease responsibilitiesincrease
increase rather than decrease It is isthis isthis isthis
this fact that men do not always alwaysgrasp alwaysgrasp alwaysgrasp
grasp that precisely the same condi conditions conditions conditions ¬
tions relatively relativel affect the home as asthose asthoe asthose
those which affect the outer world worldMen worlden worldMen
Men en fail to place the profession of ofhousewifery ofhousewifery ofhousewifery
housewifery on the same plane as astheir astheir astheir
their own professions hold thesame thesamerelative the thesamerelative same sameratin
relative position calling for equal regairements re requirements reoqI ¬
quirements qI 1cments and equal skill skillLadies skillLadiesHome Ladies LadiesHome
Home Journal
SHE DIDNT WEAR A MASK MASKBut MASKBut MASKBut
But her beauty was completely hidden hid hidden hidden ¬
den by sores blotches and pimples till tillshe tillho tillshe
she ho used Bueklins Arnica Salve Then Thenthey Thenthey Thenthey
they vanished as will all EruptionsSorer Eruptions EruptionsSores EuptionsSores
Sores Boils Ulcers Ui lS Scalds and Piles PilesCure Pilesur PilesCue
Cure ur guaranteed 25 cents at Garrett GarrettGerigs GarrettGf GarrettGerios
Gerigs Gf = rigs
CHEAP FOR CASH CASHSmall CASHSmall CASHSmall
Small house and half acre of land landnear lanlnear landnear
near city limits Apply at this office officeTRIED officeTRIED officeTRIED
TRIED FIVE DOCTORS DOCTORSMrs
Mrs Francis L Sales of Missouri MissouriValley MissouriVaJle MissouriValley
Valley VaJle la writes I had severe kid kidney kidney kidney ¬
ney trouble for years had tried five fivedoctors fivedoctor fivedoctors
doctors without benefit but three hot bottles hottIes hotties ¬
tIes of Folevs Kidney Cure cured me meAntiMonopoly moAu incAutiMonopoly
AntiMonopoly Au ti 10n01lol Drugstore
PINE PINEThe PINEThe PINEThe
The farmers in this section are very verymuch verymuch prym11ch
much delayed in planting their oat oatas oatas oatas =
as there has been een so much rain that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they could not plow plowA
A McDonald returned a few days daysago daysago daysago
ago from North Carolina where he has haybeen hasbeen hasbeen
been spending the holidays holidaysMiss holidaysliss holidaysMiss
Miss Minnie Monroe of North Caro Carolina Carolina CareTina ¬
lina is visiting her brothers at this thisplace thisplace thisplace
place placeMis placeoIlS placeMis
Mis J M 1 Hilliman and daughters daughtersAnnie daughtersAnnie daughtersAnnie
Annie and Katie left yesterday to visit visitrelatives visitrelat visitrelatives
relatives relat e in Georgia GeorgiaCharles Geor GeorgiaCharles ia iaCharles
Charles Thomas killed a large wild wildcat wildcat ilel ilelI ¬
I I cat a few days ago a o near his sheep IH paj pajure IHI
ture This is the third one that has haybeen hasbeen habeen
I been killed in this vicinity since sinceChristmas sinceChristma sinceChristmas
Christmas ChristmasThe ChristmaThe <
The infant son of Mr and Mrs B A AGrantham AGrantham AGrantham
Grantham died Monday MondayMonroe MondayMonroe MondayMonroe
Monroe Bros McDonald have a agood agood agood
good many hands employed in cutting cuttingturpentine cuttin cuttinturpentine cuttingturpentine
turpentine boxes boxesChristian boxesChristian boxesChristian
Christian Ax and family iamil of Balti Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore ¬
more are at their home at The Mead Meadows Memlows Meadows ¬
ows were they will spend the remain remainder remainder remainder ¬
der of the winter winterCassava winterCassava winterCassava
Cassava and cane are still growing growinghere growinghere growinghere
here The cold has not hurt either eitherCOUNTY eitherCOUNTY eitherCOUNTY
COUNTY TEACHERS MEETING MEETINGThe
The next County Teachers Associa Association Association Association ¬
tion will meet in Ocala on Saturday SaturdayJanuary SaturdayJanuary SaturdayJanuary
January 26 in the Armory Building BuildingDr ntii1dinDr
Dr John F 1 Forbes of the Stetson Uni University Uniyersity University ¬
versity has kindly consented to be bepresent bepresent hepresent
present and lecture before the Asso Association Association Assoelation ¬
ciation I sincerely hope that every everyteacher ever everteacher everyteacher
teacher in the county who possibly can canwill canwill canwill
will atttend We also extend to all pa patrons patrons patrons ¬
trons advanced pupils and others a acordial acordial acordial
cordial invitation to be present Wo Wowill Wewill VI VIwill
will meet promptly at 10 oclock anl au l
I hope that all will make a special ef effort effort r rf01t ¬
fort to be on time The whole program pro program program ¬
gram will be interesting and teachers teacherscannot teaehelscannot teacherscannot
cannot afford to miss it Supervisors Supervisorsare
are especially requested to attend attendThe attenThe attendThe
The following program has been pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared paredCan paredCan paredCan
Can and will the people afford a ahigher ahigher ahigher
higher rate of taxation for school purposes pur purposes pmposes ¬
poses by Dr W V H Russell and G J JStrozler JStrozier rStrozIer
StrozIer StrozlerThe StrozIerThe StrozierThe
The benefits resulting from a com compulsory compulsory compulsory ¬
pulsory school law la wfirst first to the pupil pupilas
as an individual indivi ual Miss Edith JMead JMeadows J Mead Meadows lIeadows ¬
ows second to the teacher W V B BBurt BBurt BBurt
Burt third to the school Miss Sallie SallieYancey SallicYance SallieYancey
Yancey fourth to the community W WT 1VT V VT
T Gary GaryA
A report of Arbor Day work workLecture workLecture workLecture
Lecture by President J F l Forbes Forbesof
of John B Stetson University DeLand DeLandW
W V D Carn CamCounty CarnCounty CarnCounty
County Supt Public Instruction InstructionARE
ARE YOU OPEN OPENTo OPENTo OPENTo
To a Fair Proposition PropositionTydings PropositionTydings PropositionTydings
Tydings Co will sell you a bottle bottleof
of Smiths Chill and Fever Tonic and andguarantee andguarantee andguarantee
guarantee it to cure Intermittent Con Continuous Continuous Continuous ¬
tinuous Bilious and every other form formof formI formof
I of Chills and an Fever After trying it itand itand itand
and it fails in the slightest sli htest degree degl e they theywill thc thcwill theywill
will return to you the amount you paidfor paid paidfor vaidfor
for it Why then not cure yourself yourselfquickly yourselfquicldy yourselfquickly
quickly and permanently You run Punno runno 1unno
no risk whatever whateverCaution whuteyerCaution whateverCaution
Caution See that the Red Triangle Triangleis
is on every package packageROOMS packager packageROOMS
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ROOMS TO RENT RENTInquire RENTInquire RENTInquire
Inquire of Mrs C A Haines second secondward secondward secondward
ward
TO CURE A COUGH COUGHStop COUGHStop COUGHStop
Stop coughing as it irritates the thelungs thelungs thelungs
lungs and gives them no chance to toheal toheal toheal
heal Foleys Honey and Tar cures cureswithout curewithout cureswithout
without causing a strain in throwing throwingoff
off the phlegm like common cough ex expectorants expectorants cxpectorauts ¬
pectorants Anti Monopoly Drug Drugstore Drugstore Drugstore ¬
store storeQuality storeQuality storeQuality
Quality and not quantity make De DcWitts DeWitts DeVitts
Witts Little Early Risers such vale val valuable valuable ¬
uable little liver pills AntiMonopo AntiMonopoly ¬
ly Drugstore
CLOCKS CLOCKSA
A beautiful line of Clocks just re received rpceivec1 received ¬
ceived Ocala Music Co CoA CoA CoA
A fine line of shoes shoesladies ladies gents gentsmisses gentsmisses ellts elltsmis
misses mis os and childrens ehildrcnsat at special sI > ceial lowprices low lowprices lovvprices
prices at M Fishels FishelsBsars FishelsC FishelsB3ara
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MODERATE CHARCES CHARGESand II II IIand
and andConveyances PERSONAL ATTENTION ATTENTIONConveyances j jConveyances
Conveyances with or without driver dri er supplied supp tied for any anypoints anypOInts an Y YPoints
points on short notice noticeJ
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