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OCALA EVENING STAR, T ITS DAI. XOVEMBEtt 19, 1912 OGALA EVENING STAR the democratic party comes into pow er. We are afraid that the Filipinos will find that the claws of the Ameri can eagle do not know how to let go, no matter whoe brains control his head. THE IBTOSG&FJ LIME Rlttinger & Carroll Proprietors. It. R. Carroll, liuslness Manager. J. II. Benjamin, Editor. D GOVKK.NOIl-KLKLT! WIFE I OCALA' HONORED GUEST ll IS ANOTHER NEGRO 1111 STRUNG i i -i i - - - i Entered in the postofflce at Ocala. Fla., as second class mail matter. ANOTHER TIll'.XK LINE TIIItOLGII OCjIL Much has been said and written of late, looking to an improvement of Ocala's transportation facilities and we all know the situation is adly in need of Improvements, for witi ihe dis criminations that we have aainst us as an interior point, our growth is sadly handicapped and these t discrim inations are almost prohibitive to the success of manufacturing enterprises or wholesale and distributing houses. Would not the acquisition of an other trunk line railroad, an independ ent road, into or through Ocala, give us relief in a large measure fr4m this condition? Certain it is that If Ocala coilJd se cure another through road it ould mean a great deal to our commertval growth and would make this city so prominent as a railroad center make Its advantages from a transportation standpoint so obvious that with the Importance we would acquire, in the eyes of the outside business world, recognition would have to be given us and water transportation or not. our situation would be such that we could command and secure a decent freight rate. Take your map of Florida, fix your eyes first on Ocala the 'hub." then trace a line from Ocala to Brooksville. via Inverness, taking in that thrifty and growing capital of Citrus county, continue your line to Brooksville, an other Florida city with a great future and intersect your imaginary line with the Tampa Northern Railroad, which is already a prosperous road to deep water and one of the best harbors and - ocean traffic points in the south, with several steamship lines making their terminus at Its wharves. From Ocala, take the Ocala Northern road to Pa latka and connect with the G. S. & F. Railway, a part of the great Southern Railroad system, one of the richest roads, owning the most mileage in the country, north or south, and follow that road's tracks out of the state via Lake City and on to Valdosta, and you have a great trunk railroad, almost an air line from Ocala to the north. Suppose the Southern Railway sys tem could be induced to build the little gap from Ocala to Brooksville, then with a track arrangement with the Ocala Northern north of us and the Tampa Northern on the south, we would then have this great road as a trunk line cutting across Ocala in a new direction and the railroad map of our city and of Marlon county would look like the spokes of a wheel with Ocala as the hub. ' From one end to the other through the state this road passes through a good, country, a section that is grow ing and the business for the road is Increasing all the time. From Ocala to Brooksville the road would pass through a section of the state rich in timber and phosphate and fertile farm lands, a territory much of which is now without any transporta tion facilities. Such a road would develop this section as nothing else would and make it blossom as does the portion of the county that has en Joyed, the blessings of transportation for a number of years. With the deep water and steamship line, at Tampa, its southern terminus, and "deep water and schooner trans portation at Palatka, fifty miles dis tant, on the north, it looks like our people could easily obtain a Satisfac tory, freight rate if such a road and connection were Induced to come to us and we believe If the Ocala Board of Trade would get busy and take the matter up with the Southern officials that the result could be accomplished. At any rate the plan is worth a trial. The question of state division is again being mentioned in various parts of West Florida. Whatever senti ment there is in this regard always appears west of the Chattahoochee. You never hear any part of East or South Florida express a desire to break off from the West. The Star doesn't understand just why anybody across the raging Chattahoochee wants .to quit us. We like them all very well, and always give them the glad hand whenever they come over this way. But If any considerable majority of the people over there ever want to flock off by themselves, the Star fav ors letting them go, If they will take their portion of the state debt with them, and leave us the name. The state would look more symmetrical with its boundary line at the Suwan nee, and a man could reach the state capital, which would be at Ocala or Orlando, without traveling all around Robin Hood's barn to find the hay mow. Congressman Sparkman of this, the first, district, went over in the second last week to give aid and comfort to the business men of that section, and at a luncheon given by the Jackson ville board of trade promised assist ance In Improving the port of St. Johns. Mr. Sparkman generally ob tains what he goes after, so his prom ises are worth something. All of us on this side of the state are interested In the Jacksonville harbor, tho high freight rates deprive the Interior towns of a large amount of the ben efits of good ports. Its time the Thanksgiving proclama tion fake was abolished. Every year an expression of thanks emanates from Washington, professing to be from the president, and is echoed by the governors of the states. Its a safe bet that the president doesn't think of it one time in four until he sees it in the newspapers. It Is a part of depart ment routine at the national capital and Is most likely referred by a great majority of governors to their secre taries. We have fallen Into the cus tom of observing the last Thursday in November as a day to eat a little more, or a great deal more, if we can obtain It, and work less or not at all. If we can manage without it, as circum stances dictate, and we would do so whether any Thanksgiving proclama tion was issued or not. Canada also has a railroad commis sion. It has no more power than our Inter-State Commerce Commission, but it seems to be able to use it better. When it tells a Canadian railroad to lower a rate or improve a terminal, or put in a safety appliance, it is done. That is not because the Canadian roads are more altruistic than ours, but because they have not the power in the Canadian parliament that our railroads have in Congress. The Filipinos are reported to be much of the belief that they will re ceive their independence as soon as yThe first lady of Florida for the fiext four years, beginning Jan. 7. and always the first in the hearts of her family and friends, Mrs. Park Tram mell, arrived from her home at Lake land yesterday and is the guest of Mrs. E. L. Carney, in particular and the city in general. I IMrs. Trammell f is a most charming a A.I accomplished lady. Her talented and magnetic husband, who won an - m unprecedented viltory over three other popular men in the primaries last spring, and whJ before tnat had won a leading place in law and public af fairs of the sjptte, says that he owes most of his siccess to his lovely and helpful better half. No greater honor p.n be paid to any woman. J 1 As our state senator's wire, a society leader and the mistress of a genuine southern home. Mrs. Carney is pe culiarly fitted to entertain such a guest, and the entire city will vie with her in showing courtesy and hospital ity to Mrs.-Trammell. -TTln. anrrii'ell will be the honor guest at Mrs. Carney s reception tms afternoon, which occasion will be one of the most brilMant affairs of the season. The following social events will be given in Mrs. Trammell's honor during the week. Tomorrow morning. Mrs. Sinclair will give a driving party. Tomorrow evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fishel will give a theater party, followed by a supper at the Ocala House. Thursday morning Mrs. Edwin Spen cer will give a driving party to Silver Springs. Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Charles Rheinauer will entertain for Mrs. Trammell and Mrs. Leon Fishel. Friday, Mrs. H. M. Hampton will give a driving party to Lake Weir. Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Trammell will be the honor guest at one of Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk's pretty luncheons. There will be other social events, and the charming wife of the governor elect may be assured that not only In festal occasions but In all other ex pressions of genuine esteem Ocala will not be second to any city in doing her honor. The Star has not participated in the discussion as to who was the original Wilson man, as it probably doesn't make much difference to Wilson or anyone else. As far as it goes, how ever. Dr. J. E. Chace probably comes as near being the individual in Ocala as anyone. It is a right smart more than a year ago, and before Wilson had been noticed to any extent in Florida, so far as the Star knows, that the doctor made some remarks regarding Wilson's fitness for the pres idency to the writer. The Star re ferred to Wilson as an excellent choice for the nomination next day, and has not seriously considered any other presidential candidate since. The Star suspects the country 's full of orig inal Wilson men, who will never be come known to fame. We personally know about a hundred who have giv en him quiet, sincere support because they thought he was the best candi date, and would make the best presi dent, and he will probably find some millions of that sort to renominate and re-elect him four years from now. There has never been a day or an hour or a minute since the governed consented to government that the Indi vidual had the legal right to set aside the law or make himself the law. There are times and circumstances when men with blood in their veins can't be expected to think about the law, about the rights of criminals or the consequences to themselves. When such times come, its best to say just as little as possible. MRS. MULLIX Mrs. W. II. Mullin.died Sunday night at the hospital. The funeral service will be held tomorrow morning from the Catholic church. Interment will be in Greenwood. Mrs. Mullin was 38 years of aare and with her husband came to Ocala from Michigan a short time ago and built a pretty bungalow in the north part of town. Mclver & MacKay are in charge of the funeral arrangements. DR. W. It. LATE Speclallut Eye. Ear, oe and Throat Office, Law Library Bidg; Ocala. Ad. -OTICE TO TIIK PU11LIC To My Friends and the Public: I wish to announce that I will open to morrow morning, at the city market. The Pure Food Meat Stall, and I will endeavor to supply you with the choicest of Florida and western meats, fish.' poultry and Apalachicola and Mo bile Bay oysters, at the very lowest prices possible. Prompt delivery and courteous treatment. A liberal share of your patronags will be appreciated. Respectfully. M. C. Dosh. Stall No. 3. Phone 471. FRESH SEEDS We have the new crop of garden and field seed9 for fall and winter planting. Among them are turnips, rutabagas, onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc. The seed are the most reliable, the freshest and best that can be had. Ty dings & Cjmpany. Ad. FOR SALE FOR SALE Box ball alley, tent and all accessories. This cutfit is almost new and cost $450, but we offer it for $150 spot cash. The Success Furniture Co. 11-1 If our shoes wear well, tell your friends. If they don't, tell us. We want you to be satisfied. Little's Shoe Parlor. Ad. A twenty-gauge Winchester repeat ing shotgun, just the thinr for ladles' use, at B. Goldman's. Why Pay j More?--Ad. Il-i5-d3t Look at our line of box stationery before making your purchase. Most anything you want can be found at the I Court Pharmacy. Ad. I ! tor first class automobile service by the trip, hour or day. phone No. 327. First class car and uniformly low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad. If you want to make your "sole hap py," try Dr. Edison's cushion shoe. Little' Shoe Parlor. Ad. TerWoiropn Oil. tTie creat tiorv an bone liniment: will not blister. For rheumatism, neuralgia, pains in back or sides and all other aches cents per bottle at Tydings & Co.- tne -Ad. t-eordlnic to a Irtate DUpatrh, the MontroeKrlDM llavr ( aplnrni j Their Seaport J London. Nov gram received l'.v A privat. at I'elurade tele-i reports that Scutari has surrendered a 'cord-' inn to a d:spat-li to the Daily Tele- graph. Servian di.-patoh.-s report that .the Turks male a sortie from Adrianople ye-terday on the ide of '.he Servian division, but -a ere r.-puls-d with preat loss. 5 i.i.iri: with Tin: i:khv The "Mir," the leading Sofia r.fcw paper, and considered the official organ ; of Bulgaria, in a probably inspired "ar-j 'The mob was very orderly and qu;t tide, refers to the subject of peace and ! Jn. soon nnihed its work.t The re plainly intimates that the allies are .port reached "Ocala last night and a prepared to consider the question of 1 an alliance wit a Turkey provided the j latter promptly accepts tneir terms - which would give Turkey the oppor-I tunlty or welding her territories into j a modern state and making friends of leases. her conquerors. j The Balkan states clearly have in j NOTIIt:it WC OMI'I.H E mind the formation of such an al- j liance as would be able to defy Euro- j jttv. ofl'ee, a I'al of Mlew in Mealing. pean interference in the disposition of; Jh j lhe the spoils of war. j i Joe Coffee, who stole the valuable A twenty-gauge Winchester repeat- collection of currency from the show ing shotgun, just the thing for ladies" j window of .Messrs. Strauss & Co.. sev use, at B. Goldman's. Why Pay jral weeks ago. after breaking the More? Ad. Il-15-d3t The very acme of quality in ROASTS POULTRY CHOPS BACONS SAUSAGE BOLOGNA STEAKS HAMS is always to be had here where qual ity and close prices go hand in hand. We will convince you that this is the market for you to patronize if you will j but grant us the trial. Phone 108. W. II. MAIlSri, PROPRIETOR FORMERLY EDWARDS' MARKKA FINE FLORIDA AND WESTrRN Beef, Pork and Mutton FRESH APALACHICOLA OYSTERS Fresh and Salt Water FISH Received Every Day Prompt Service, Good Goods and Reasonable Prices HENRY HOLLAND Phone 351 Stall No. 5 City Market WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO. COLLIER BROS. PROPRIETORS, PHONE 290. Jaggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture and Safes a Specialty. Careful and Prompt Attention Given All Orders. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE 4 WE CAN SIPPLI VOL" WITH PURE ICE For All Purpose. Whether Your Requirement are for Home Use Or for a Carload. PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US. OCALA ICE .V PACKING CO. OCALA .. FLORIDA Foley dike; FH's TONIC IN ACTION - QUICK IN RESULTS Give prompt rdif from BACKACHE, i KIDNP.Y mnA Hf.A.nnVS T WnilHI P i ' ! RHEUMATISM, CONC : iTION of tfct KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of th BLADDER and all annoying URINAR1 i IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to : ; MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY ( PEOPLE and for WOMEN, ; I HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION 8. A. Dt1, 627 Washicfi-trr. CccnarT;I!e, Ind . ta in his &th r&r. Hetrr I lte!y suffered meet from n-x -im i J( f r, I b.dd- i der I had sever bat kfctsiaoJ;: Vhiji-Vochou vas loo irtquent, caaii' -a rne w Joe cva a I night, and in J bider ti.r was r retail o m l'i ' e f i & r- n f i rr. A I nd am now fre of esl tr uH,e alj n(ra.o sb.e to VV ironna r o.er 0.1 J&er 1 i.ii tat KJ Ujiiesi recommendation. " yv . -yf i i WW i 1 For Sal j ntl-5l-aopolr Drarrlore John rrb, Itelletrtl to l a ccom- 1 pile- of lrra h Mien, I.? orbed at Mclatok .. j John Archy. the ne?rj man with whom rreach Niles lived, who stayed ! about "n. mile from the scene of Niles' . murder of the Burgess family, a few; days ago. and f : wVen Mcintosh an 1 j j Irvine, was taken ''up las: night by a j mob of unknown mn and .strung up to; ,a. nearby treeI ? j t the time l,t Ihe killing of the! i Burge.-s family it va- suspected that this man knew Something it and 'residents of that Section have evident - ; :. ly secured good Jn sufficient evidence ' ; against ; lni. ase ia paid the p-n- alt v. telephone message there this morning', verified the statement. Justice of the peace Turnipseed held the inquest; this morning and the coroner's jury returned the usual verdict in such; plate glass window, was given his pre- ': liminary hearing yesterday in Judge Bell's court and bound over to the cir- ; cuit court in the sum of 1000. He went back to jail to await the action of tiie grand jury. Coffee is said to be a pal of the lynchee. Preach Niles, though in no wise connected with tiie Niles murders. STOLE GEVEItAL MERCHANDISE STOCK Deputy Sheriff A. J. Brigance has a small but "well selected' general stock of merchandise at the sheriff's office. comprising three grips filled with all; (manner of tilings from a general I country store. For tiie past two months. Mr. H. T. j Hall, the merchant and postmaster of 'Lowell, has been missing little things (from the store and this when it was ! always carefully looked at night. He I suspected three negroes and sent for ja man from the sheriff's office. Mr. Brigance went to Lowell and soon se i cured evidence to justify him in ar resting John Brown. colored. Mr. r.rianc0 fouri(1 I;rown at the home of "his girl'' two miles away, where he ! hail carried a sack of Hour, and the other ingredients and was having her ; bake him a cake. Brown's shanty was (searched and the above mentioned : goods with another sack of flour and were found. He will be given a pre liminary hearing before Judge Bell. Mr. Hall afterwards remembered that i his son had lost a key to the store several months ago and thinks Brown j must have found it. j VK WILL MA IT- TOU $1 I for eac'i set of old False Teeth sent u. 1 Hisrhest irice paid for old Gold. Sil-1 vor, old Watches. Hroken Jewelry and ! Precious Stones. Money sent by return mail. I I'hUn. Snielllne & KeFlnlnic Company! i:staeli?hi:d 20 years s;:5 t ne.tiiiit St.. lhilnlelphin, Pa. j TO ii:tivi i We will buy your G01.J Fillings, I Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest! prices paid. Ad I OVKS DAY AM) NIGHT 1 Mercbant3 Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor- j ner. Meals a la carte and lunches itj any hour. Ad. . i FOR SALE I am now offering some of the most valuable lots in the northern part of j the city. If interested call on W. H. ' McConn at Converse's planing mill. I also have other valuable lands at Sparr going very reasonable. OLLIE MOUTHS' MARKET OP1.N The market formerly Known as the Oilie Mordis' Is now open. Will keep on and a supply of fresh meats and fish Orders by phone will receive prompt attention. Phone number 315. Come to the old stand aid be treated righ. Yours respectfully. Ad. OLLIE MORDIS. Etaler in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia FOR RENT FOR RENT Two or three large furnished rooms for light housekeep ing. 20 Daugherty Sc. :0-30-tf II7. R AI OYSTER SUPPER II v the I. I). C Wednesday Evening. lire. 4, at the Woman' Club ! The Daughters of the Confederacy ! will hold a bazar and oyster supper ion the afternoon and evening of Ieo. th. at tiie Woman'. Club rooms. SEED OATS Day and Texas Thirty Rust Proof f.r sale by Ocala Seed Store. Ad. Every familv that ha? children is liable to hive cro:p. invariably at niht. If Pallard's Horehound Syrup; is kept in thehcu-e. it saves goinz after the meJicine at an inconvenient time and checks the attack promptly. : Price. 25c. drn--uit.- ind all Ad. HELP WANTED j WANTIir- 1 1 erierioe to ; ho.kk-e;.-r -Vour.g slnsr'e m.in rt ex in small commissary. Also .r.l steno-r.ip' er. Married I man i-reft rre Roth mus.!. be strictly i y.'-r. Nathan Mavo. SummerSeM. Fla. Tvxn RE ?rnv DIE i Tiie tax books are now open for the! county 1 ' - " ( i taxes. The taxes are t.40 higher this, i vear on each ilOO assessed valuation,' than last .u. Always bring or send! a correct description of your property. The laws also allows a discount of. 2 per cent for all payments made in : November an 1 I per cent discount in, December Yours very truly. V.". L. Colbert, Tax Collector. A Mite a zer.rra: writes us ""ills one '-rchar.t near I think Fo the greatest My dxueh- P.a-rlil. Ky lev KMney :': :r.-v tr.edi.-'iT.es there er wa ir. t-rr:ble shape with r.j-ubb- and I got her to take kidney the :om p;et cured ow. I think it Me OI Lie irreaiesi ;neiiC.J.e? .Jiduc. a: Ar.ti-M onopoly Drugstore. Ad. BE LOW we show One of the Six New Models of the Hudson Cars for 1913. Thesi Silent Cars will Appeal to all Lovers of Fine Automobiles. The Cars are now ready for delivery and our Demonstration Car is'at Your Service. The prires re F. O. B. Detroit, and each car is Fully Equipped with Tops and Top Bcots, Wind Shields, Speedometer, Five Sell Starters and Demountable Rims. The Motors have all Working Parts En closed and are Absolutely Silent Call at the Garage for Demonstration. WRITE US FOR LITERATURE AND FURTHER PARTICULARS. Y I 1 In this Advertisement We will Show from Time to Time, All the HUDSON 1913 Line. The Car Shown herewith is the Car, Five Passenger, Four Cylinders, and we will be Pleased ion if you are Interested. REMEMBER that we have the Largest and Handsomest Fire Proof Garage in the Central Portion of Florida, 10.000 Square Feet of Floor Space, and we Care For and Store Cars. Our Repair Department is the Best Equipped in the City With Skilled Wokmen Who Know Their Business and the Most Modern Machinery and Tools A Full Line of Automobile Sundries of all Kinds in Stock (MIA Phone 76 ,...;......;..;.;;::k WKATIIEU IlKPORT Clear, west wind. Minimum temperature, 51 degrees. Maximum, 72 degrees. Average, D2 degrees. WEATHER FORECAST Fair tonight warmer northeast por tion; Wednesday fair. MAIL MESSENGER SERVICE I Sealed proposals for carrying the United States mails, on messenger route No. 223021 between the postofflce at Ocala. Fla.. and the Seaboard Air Line Railway depot, each way as often as required, will be received by the postmaster until Nov. 24th, 1912. T'.lank bids may be secured from the postmaster upon application. Bidders should inform themselves of the amount and character of the service. Frank J. Huber, Postmaster. FLAGGED Til A IX WITH SHIRT Tearing his shirt from his back an Ohio man flagged a train and saved it from a wreck, but H. T. Alston, Ral eigh, N. C, once prevented a wreck with Electric Bitters. "I was in a terrible plight when I began to use them," he writes, "my stomach, head, back and kidneys were all badly af fected and my liver was in bad condi tion, but four bottles of Electric Bit ters made me feel like a new man." A trial will convince you of their match less merit for any stomach, liver or kidney trouble, Price 50 cents at Ty dir gs Company. Ad. FOR RKNT OR SALE On easy j terms, a nine-room house with all j modern improvements. In the best lo-j ration. 12f South Third street, Mr?. C. J. Phillips. Ad. ll-12-6t OTIC E The Marion Accounting Company will oj.en oftic-.s Monday. Nov. 18th. i:12. in the Carn block first door south of Cam-Thomas Grocery Co.. on Mag nolia street, and wish to call the at tention of he br.siness men of Oala upon wh-.i:", our representatives have not called to the company, who will solve their credit difficulties- with neatness and dispatch. We handle credits of all kini for firms and in dividuals, attend to property and r.-nts. and any other matter for which ive may W called upon, living same our prompt attention. A request will lirin o-ir representative to your home or p'are of !i'js:ne-.i to explain to you where we ran -ave you money. The b-adins business and professional men are now handling the'r credits through th: company. i Ad i Marion Accounting "'o. A r.UFAT ntlLDIXG FALLS when its foundation la undermined, and if the foundat'on of health good digestion is attacked, quick collapse follow.?. On the first signs of indiges tion, Dr. King's New Life Pill3 should be taken to tone the stomach and reg ulate liver, kidneys and bowel3. Pleas ant, easy, ?afe and only 25 cents at Tydings & Company. Ad. Cabbage plants; leading varieties: Karly Jersey Wakefield, Early Summer, Early Flat Dutch, Collard Plants, ready now. Order now. $1.25 per 1000; $5,000, T. W. Bowen & Son, Waldo, Fla. Dan J. Joyce. Sanville, Henry Co.. Virginia, says: "I took a cold with a r-vjsh which hung on for two years. Then I commenced using Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and the cough finally left me and now I am perfectly -:r.-r.g nd well." Is best for child ren and contains no opiates. For sale at Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad. a FOR Sr a. SXit :-: :: Mil OCALA, FLORIDA SMJE I 9 ACME FARM Y v v 5' Y r Y V V Y FOR I A First Class, 50 Acre Farm, CJose lo Ocala, j: Will be Sold Cheap. All Implements, Cows and $ Horses. A Big Bargain for Some one. SEE US AT ONCE, IF INTERESTED Mmncaster & Bell REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Ocala Board ol Trade Rooms Y Y k Y r V v OCALA :xxxxxxxkcxxxx:x ST. JOSEPH'S ACAPEMY -J, . f -Ar, LOHKTTO (Near Mardarin) FIXIUI)A Boarding School for Boys, Conducted by 'he Sisters of St. Joseph. Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained on Physical, Intelectual, Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Location. Mag nificent Swimming Pool. Complete Equipment In Schoolrooms. Dorm itories, Dining Hall and Recreation Roomi. Apply for Prospectus to the Sister Superior ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, LOIIETTO. FLORIDA. WANTED Two reliable young men to distribute samples In city. Enquire Ilaymond Thomas, 85 Fort King Ave. A few unredeemed brand new Gil lette's Safety Rajorn at unheard of prices at D. Goldman's. Why Pay More? Ad. Take Digestlt .for Indigestion and wear a smile. At Court Pharmacy. Ad. FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH A motorcycle. Apply to B t 15. Anthony. Electric Lamps, Electric of the Different Modi is f New Model "37' Touring to give You a Demonstrat :-: CO S. J. Pyles, Mgr. SALE FLORIDA s h I- 1 ! Utile's shoes for school are the best 'for they "fit and benefit." Terms cash. jWe sell "shoes," not "time." Little's jShoe Parlor. A twenty-gauge Winchester repeat ing shotgun. Ju.t the thing for ladles' use. at II. Gold man's. Why Pay More? Ad. Il-15-d3t Arkansas Chin tk rever Tonic, 23 and So cents per bottle. Guaranteed to cure. Best for colds and lagrippe. Tydlntrs & Co. Ad.