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NO FURNISEUIBKES r For All of the Dozes IIHiftl d. THE FTJRNITUH2 US3 FURMTOKE AT RIGHT PRICES Thcus -Zacliry Co. VOL. 19. OCALA, FLOKIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912. NO. 148. OCALA EVEN A TOn V s DR. A. L- BLALOCK PHYSICIAN and SURGEON OFFICES OVF.U THE COMMHIICIAL HANK DR. L. F. BLALOCK DENTAL SURGEON P RASCALS Government la After the Medical Pa kern Wn I'ae the Mall for Fraudulent I'urpoaen I : 'Phone 211 Ocala. Fla. : J. E. CHAGE DENTAL SURGEON ItooniH t), 10 and 11, Second Floor, ' Holder JW"ck, OCALA FIMIIDA TERMS. CASH. M. C. IZLAR DENTAL SURGEON Law Library Building gasoline engines, one 280-gallon Bow ser underground gasoline reservoir, shafting, pulleys and tools of all de- scriptlons, which when set up in place will give him one of the best equipped Washington. Nov. 21. Acting under- . . . h, aeetlon an,i idirectlon of Postmaster General HUch- ... . ..m nn Q ,,i, n auto code, postofflce inspectors and United ' bUe work an1 rer)airs with the best States marshals In seventy-two lead--. . . h M Nelson's lng cities of the country have begun . . rft-.in., hr wr eisrht practically simultaneous raids for the ; , ank nn ln frftn. (t nl, arrest oi i.j persons cnargeu tainly felt sorry for Jim during his affliction and we are delighted to see him up and around once more. Walter Nelson unloaded a carload of machinery to be used in Ms automo bile shop. There were two lathes, one shaper and planer, one drill pre3. two j Indicted ly a Federal Grand Jury for ea(linK Ofoneene Matter Thru the Mall Phone 444 OCALA, FLORIDA Dr. Thercse Cluett Osteopathic Physician Office No. 31, Holder Block Phone 239 Ocala, Fla. MVER & MAC KAY Funeral Directors Undertakers acd Embalmers Fine Caskets and Burial Robes I). E. McIYKIl and C. V. llOBERTS Funeral Directors l Work Done by Licensed Era baliners and Fully Guaranteed. PHONES: D. E. Mclver 105 C. V. Roberts 305 Undertaking Office 47 with 1 using the mails to promote criminal medical practices or the sale of drugs and Instruments used for Illegal pur- I poes. These arrests are distributed i all over the country, but the greater j proportion are in western cities. One 1 in Jacksonville, Fla. Many of the persons to be arrested are prominent commercially and so cially In their communities. Some are leading physicians, others are rich and influential business men, yet others are men who live by their wits and are comparatively little known. All of the arrests were to be made for alleged violation of section 211 of the penal code of the United States, which bars from the mails any vile or obscene matter, whether sealed or un sealed; any advertisement, letter or circular proposing or suggesting crim inal practises; or any packet contain ing any substance, drug or thing In tended to be used for Immoral or un lawful purposes. place at one time a few days ago. The town council held its regular meeting Tuesday night, at which the regular routine business was transact ed. Horn, to Mr. 'and Mrs. Ueorge Spen cer. Sunday. Nov. IT. ii bright baby boy. The three entertainments g'ver. r- icently by the ladiers of the P.elleview HKLLKYIEW McINTOSII W. G. BLANGHARD CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER PLANS FYHX1SUED ox a r plica no if O. BOX 40 OCALA. FLA HAVE YOUR CAIl PAINTED EDWARD DRAKE CIVIL EXCIXEEit, DRAUGHTSMAN AXD CONTRACTOR Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints and Specifications made. Lands sur veyed and platted. Close estimates made on erection of buildings of any character by contract or on a com mission basis. Write or consult me at Northwest Corner Ocnla House Block OCALA - FLORIDA Why Not OWN YOUR HOME? Ve Lend Von the Money at 5 Per Ceut SIMPLE Interest Important ! You may have despaired of owning a home, given it up as a dream never to be realized. But the North Amer ican, llome Company has opened the way for you at last. The way has been pointed out, and all you have to do is to get up and start. You will meet with no obstacles that cannot be overcome, and you will find Innumera ble Incentives to persist until you have reached your destination, and proclaim yourself owner of your own home. You can own a $1,000 home on as easy terms as you can buy a $200 piano. Why let 51.50 per week stand between you and a home. We give you 9!, years to pay off loan, and charge only 5 per cent on yearly bal ances. Allow six months grace in case of illness or adversity. Fill In and mail coupon for particulars. Name Street City 1 VV. G. Harris, State Agt. OCALA, FLORIDA L. ALEXANDER PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND BUILDER Careful Estimates Made on All Con tract Work. Gives more and better work for the money than any other contractor tn the dtr. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Merchants' Cafe, A. C. depot cor ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at any hour. Ad. Interefttlng and Amtiftlnjc Item Con rrrnlnx People and AflalrM In the City of Oak IJelleview, 'Nov. 20. There will be preaching at the Methodist Episcopal church Sunday evening. Rev. C. W. Lane will preach a sermon to young men. The text will be "Rocks upon which young men split." The young people are especially invited to be out to hear this discourse. Mr. Edwin Camp and his sister, Miss Myrtice of North Lake Weir, spent last Sunday in Belleview v'slting with the Tremeres. In the evening they at tended church and the W. C. T. U. pro gram. Mr. Earl S. Gardner arrived from Pittsburg, Pa., Tuesday afternoon, and his numerous friends were real glad to see him. Dad Hardison, who had waited for Mr. Gardner to arrive and finally concluded that he was not coming, packed his portmanteau, took the Seaboard train and went to visit with Bill Millsom at St. Cloud. Bill received him with open arms. Intro duced him to all of the old "vets" and Dad Is having the time of his life, but just as soon as he hears that Mr. Gardner has arrived he will pull up stakes and hit for Belleview. Mrs. Carrie Miller of Eustis has been occupying her cottage on Robinson avenue, putting It in shape for the winter. She departed for home last Tuesday. Miss Dess'e Ritter has been suffer ing with fever for the past couple of weeks and is somewhat improved. Mr. Ritter came home from South Florida and will stay here for awhile. Mr. Wm. Tierce from the state of Il linois is managing the farming opera tions for Mrs. D. Haskell. Mr. and Mrs. Sands Havlland arriv ed from Marlboro, N. Y., last Friday and will occupy their cottage for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Doolittle from Short Beach, Ct., came in last week and are occupying their lake front cottage. Eddie and Herman Rothschild, two bright, ruddy-faced children of the north, aged respectively twenty and sixteen years, fresh from Montreal, Canada, have arrived and will locate about three miles east of town on the Lake Weir hard road. They intend to engage in chicken farming and other k'ndred occupations. Their future looks bright and we wish them suc cess. Mr. Charles Brooks and daughter, Margaret, arrived in 'town last Sun day on a visit to Mr. Brooks' uncle, Col. Wm. C. Doolittle. Mr. Brooks after staying several days, departed to take up his business affairs throughout the state, and will drop In occasional ly to see how Mr. Doolittle progresses. Miss Brooks was certainly a welcome visitor and will be of immense assist ance and comfort to Mrs. Doolittle during Mr. Doolittle's Illness. Mr. R. O. Connor, Sr., father of Mrs. David C. Stanley, blew ln on us in a gust of wind from the great west last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Connor has mproved In looks and certainly looks younger than he did when he went away. lie will resume his usual avo cations just as soon as he gets thru shaking hands with his multidinous friends. A caravan of mule teams passed through and camped in this town last Friday night, headed for Arcadia, where the men and teams will find em ployment in the immense citrus groves of that section. Mrs. T. S. Durant of Danbury, Ct, came ln last Monday and will spend the winter with Mrs. Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Millsom drove to Ocala last Tuesday on a shopping expedition. Monday, Nov. 18, was Mrs. Joseph Millsom s birthday and a number of friends called at the house at about 8 o'clock and found everyone in retire ment. After routing them ud and paying their compliments the visitors returned to their respective homes. Wasn't it bad? Sunday evening, Nov. 17, the W. C. T. U. of Belleview rendered a beau tiful program in the Baptist church. The feature of the evening was the re port of Mrs. C. A. Lane, delegate to the state convent'on held at Starke last week. Mrs. Lane reported that the convention was enthusiastic over the progress of the temperance work car ried on In Florida the past year and that it was the earnest desire of every member of the convention to prosecute the good work this coming year with all the enthusiasm they possess. Mrs. Lane also reported an enjoyable time at the convention, and all who listen ed were pleased with her address. We are delighted to record that Jim Shedd is up and around once more, after suffering with a severe attack of chills and fever. Now If there is any one in this town that takes sickness any harder than Jim Shedd does, we want to know who they are. We cer Workers were" well attended, but many of our village people were conspicuous by their absence. When the ladies voted to raie money to repair t lie town hall, and devoted their time to getting up plans, etc.. they certainly expected every family in town to help at least in giving them a full house. Ttnth of the rhurrhes as well as everv nr7.nilnn in thp villas- us the I1 I'rrparlnK to Iake 11 Canal Fine hall for their entertainments and it Inhibit at the Fair Orange should be their pleasure as well as Parkins "a Commenced rtiitv to hln the crood work alone. Below is the program of the old Mcintosh. Nov. 20. Mrs. J. B. Sim fnlk' entertainment. iriven at the "nton of Micanopy was in town Wed- t,,n p.hv vnB i z. TTi I nesdty soliciting exhibits for the Ma- affair was a grand success and Mrs. rion Count' Fdir- As U6Ual- Mcintosh Delbert Haskell certainly did herself fair ,-1rred" and it is believed that proud in enlisting the talent that a,;"ul U3U'W "umwi eiurie.-, . . , m. I will 1m pnt from thi -t ivlid LhntvoM rn t id ttrkrM-tt that Tl'P flT i n f 1 v " - real downright enthusiasm of the eve- the thoui:lit!i of a l'clal train on Fri nlmr was nrnvnknl hv that ouartet of ,1a' has mj,le lots of happy faces in i.,rmon.,i mn.ip .1 itrih,.t A tnn-n tha' the' can go to the fair and re as the Belleview Band. Thev were turn lhe same U- rrtainlv immense. The orange packing season opened The touching act of the evening was this we'k- u hiIe not in ful1 bla when Mr. and Mrs. Lane rendered that j racking houses have rather a full beautiful old song. Silver Threads j force- The Slze a,ul iuality of the or Among the Gold." The audience was an-e? ueem to be very good this sea plainly touched and quite a number son dm no doubt, to the heavy rain made shift to wpe away a silent tear. ful1 thls summer. Mrs. Adam Hafner. as usual, ren- Mn J- K- Christian, who was in dered her pieces in a masterly wav. Jacksonville last week, buying goods while Uncle John Hafner took the for Christian & Dickson's temporary cake when he sang, in duet with Mrs. store- has -one to st- Lis, Mo., to Delbert Haskell, that touching old re- complete his purchases, vival song. "Where is My Wandering 'Pos?um roasts are the latest fad in Boy Tonight." Mcintosh. A crowd oi young folks Space forbids further mention. huU 1,61,1 one last Saturday night, while all of tho nartlcinanto ,1 M themalvos I Xlri'- C- Hamilton will give One On proud and the committee that engi Augusta, Ga., Nov. 20. Thomas E. Watson, editor and publisher of Wat son's Jeffersonian. at Thomson, was in dicted by the federal grand jury here last n'uht under section 211 of the penal code on a charge of sending ob scene matter through the United States mails. The case will be heard at the next term of court, March 17, 1 MS. The charges are ln connection with th wording of articles under his sig nature which appeared in his maga zine as far back a Jflll. The jury characterized the articles as "obscene, lewd, lascivious and filthy as to be of fensive to the court and Improper to be .spread upon the records thereof." Watson's bond, which was returnable at this term of court, will be valid un til the March term, making it unnec essary to rearrest him. neered th's entertainment wish to thank each and every one that helped. especially Mr. Samuel G. Thomas for I his solo efforts. The program render ed was as follows: Music Mr. and -Mrs. Cogswell, Mr. Freeman. Recitation, "On the Rappahannock" , Judge Hopkins. j Song, "Silver Threads Among the ' Gold" Mr. and Mrs. Lane. Recitation. "Rock Me to Sleep, j Mother. Rock Me to Sleep" Mrs. Haf- i ner. Music Mr. and Mrs. . Cogswell. Mr. Freeman. ; A reverie, "The Songs My Mother Sang" Mrs. Sullivan. j Recitation, "Taking Grandma to ; Tea" Ethel Freeman and Mrs. Haines. ! Song, "Where is My Wandering Boy 1 Ton'ght" John Hafner. Mrs. Haskell, j Select reading Miss Bosworth. j Cornet solo Mr. Thomas. j Tableau Mrs. Haskell, Bert Brown, Will Pierce. j Combined recitation Mr. and Mrs. Hafner. ' Music Mr. and Mrs Cogswell, Mr. ' Freeman. j An Irish stew cooked by Mesdames ' Haskell. Hafner, Millsom, Northey, j Freeman and Haines. i c n. E. YONGE AGAIN IX THE PLUMBIXG BUSINESS 1 hursday evening in honor of Dr. I. Burgin and his father, T. Burgin, who recently came here from Kentucky. The crowning social of the week was a series of showers given by Mrs. C. E. Bateman on Wednesday to Mrs. R. E. Yonge & Co. are again in the plumbing business at No. 45 Osceola street, and Mr. Walter S. C. Yonge has gone out of the business. All plumbing Jobs and contracts, whether large or small, will be carefully looked after. Phone 26. Respectfully, Ad. R. E. Yonge & Co. FIRE WOOD Send us your name and address in exchange for a valuable and Complete Catalog illustrating hundreds of things you need and want. You can add the names of friends if you please. The DREW Co. Dox 175 Jacksonville : : : Florida Frank Hester, Jr., and Miss Myrtice Baldwin: The shower to Mrs. Hester was a miscellaneous one, while that to Miss Baldwin was a linen shower. ! Those present, mainly from Mcintosh ' and vicinity, heard of the approaching marriage of Miss Baldwin to Mr. How- ard Bateman, which will take place ', within the next month. Among the , gifts were some very handsome ones, while all were very useful or orna mental. The ladies were very pret tily gowned, while the prevailing col ors of red and white formed a very at tractive contrast. Refreshments con sisting of fruit punch and a salad course were served. MAHTIN I have opened a wood yard near Dr. Boney's residence, where I have a large stock of fireplace and stove wood in pine and oak, all of which is well seasoned. One dollar for a big load, delivered promptly to any part of the city. I also operate a hack service. Phone your orders for a first class carriage with white drivers. Phone 456. J. A. MANNING. A GREAT I1LILDIXG FALLS when Its foundation is undermined, and If the foundat'on of health good digestion is attacked, quick collapse follows. On the first signs of Indiges tion, Dr. King's New Life Pills should be taken to tone the stomach and reg ulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleas ant, easy, safe and only 25 cents at Tydlngs & Company. Ad. SMITH'S BARGAINS Holl Top Desk 922.00 $7.00 Tspewriter Chair 4.00 One Vudor Veranda Screen.. 1.75 One Veranda Swing Seat. . . . 2.00 One Mission Parlor Set, Three Pieces, Leather Upholstered 24.00 One Mission Library Table. . . 0.50 One Chest Carpenter Tools, big bargain, only 18.00 Several Extension Dining Tables from $3 to $11.00. Worth double. Many other bargains, too. SMITH'S Hack of Marcus Frank's IMg Crop and Preparation for nirger tine Keeplas; the Farmer Wnny In Tal Community Martin. Nov. 21. Farmers are now , digging one of the largest potato crops produced In many years. The yield per acre is large and some will dig as many as two hundred bushels to the acre. Notwithstanding the large yield the price is good and the market Is strong. Lettuce shippers are now busy sending to market and are getting good prices. Fall beans have yielded well and brought good prices. The acreage was not so large as usual and for that reason those who did not plant have their regrets. E. P. Townsend has the finest herd of swine he has raised in many years. His large field of pindars Is making them take on flesh very rapidly and as soon as the weather will permit, he will be filling orders from market men from Jacksonville to Key West. Mr. Townsend is one of the most energetic farmers of the section. " The Martin Crate Mill Co. is doing a good business In orange boxes, cab bage crates and other vegetable crates. Situated as the mill is and owning some of the finest timber In the state, it has a successful career ahead of it. Mr. W. W. Martin of the Martin Farms is busy getting things in shape for the next large crop of vegetables. In the interim he will kill several hun dred head of hogs and put on the mar ket many velvet bean fattened beeves. Mr. Newton Knoblock, one of the most successful farmers of the coun ty, has harvested his usual successful general crops. Mr. Knoblock is veTy proud of his sons who are all success ful farmers and business men and have built good houses and live in the vicin ity. Mr. N. J. Townsend has joined the automobile fraternity, recently having purchased a Regal car. Dr. Lindner, Sr., wife and promising son have returned from an extended trip to Kansas and other western states. The good citizens of' the sec tion hope he will remain at Martin as headquarters. Mr. F. M. Townsend, who owns one of the finest country estates in Flor ida, has the most beautiful yard of White Leghorn chickens In the United States. It is worth going a long dis tance to see. Mr. Townsend has ceas ed to put In such large crops as for merly but his intensive farming on a small scale is a revelation as to what brains and patience coupled with at tention to business may do. His farm is stocked with chickens, cows, tur keys, goats and other things found on a first class farm. The J. N. Tiller Co., naval stores op erators, are sending off large quanti ties of naval stores products. This firm has never shut down or cut wages though the price of rosin and turpen tine has been and is not up to the cost of production. Mr. Tiller keeps all his plants running not only for the sake of keeping up the organization but also for the sake of the faithful men he has In his employ. Recently he placed his large farm under the direc tion of Mr. Turner, who Is preparing to put In a large general and vegeta ble crop early In the spring. Oat planters are busy sowing for early cutting and grazing. Cabbage are being planted by a num ber of our truckers. Mr. L. Brock is planning on going to Tampa to enter the contracting busi ness. Mr. Berry Carter, who is the man ager of Carter & Ralff, truckers and general farmers. Is busy sowing a large oat crop and caring for several hundred hogs which he will later put on the market. The forests of a few years ago which were so abundant about Martin have all been cleared away and now the land is ready for farmers who know of the vine, the fruit tree and the crops which guarantee a living. PORTO RICO'S NEW WONDER FRESH SEEDS We have the new crop of garden and field seeds 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 & Company. Ad. FOU LADIES Abington, 111. After years of suffer ing from Kidney, bladder and rheu matic trouble, was given up to die by my home doctors. A friend had me to use one bottle of Hall's Texas Wonder and it cured me. Mrs. Wm. Cline. Sold by druggists. ONLY A FIRE HERO out the crowd cheered, as, with burn ed hands, he held up a small round box. "Fellows!" he shouted, "this Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has ev erything beat for burns." Right! alio for boils, ulcers, sores, pimples, ec zema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest pile cure. It subdues inflammation. kills pain. Only 25 cents at Tydins & Company. Ad- t Ull SALE FOR SALE Box ball alley, tent and all accessories. This cutfit is almost new and cost 1450, but we offer it for $150 spot cash. The Success Furniture Co. 11-1 .1 CONSTIPATION Indigestion. Bad Breath, Dizzi ness, Vertigo (blind staggers). Headache, Sallow Complexion, a Tired, Discouraged Feeling are all symptoms of a Torpid Liver. HERBINE la an Effective Liver Tonic and Bowel Regulator. Its powerful reviving Influ ence in the torpid liver brings on an immediate Improvement. You feel better at once. The bowels move freely so that the Impurities which, have clogged ud the digestive organs find an .i outlet. When the system fcaa "A been thus curified. the bilious. q half sick feeling disappears, the i :i complexion clears, the breath jj becomes sweet, the mma alert r - m b . From far away Porto Rico come re ports of a wonderful new discovery that Is believed will vastly benefit the people. Ramon T. Marchan, of Barce loneta, writes: "Dr. King's New Dis covery Is doing splendid work here. It cured me about five timej of terrible coughs and colds, also my brother of a severe cold in his chest and more than 20 others, who used It on my advice. We hope this great medicine will be sold In every drugstore In Porto Rico." For throat and lung troubles It has no equal. A trial will convince you of Its merit. 50c and $1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Tydlngs & Co. Ad. FOR SALE The following varieties of fine cab bage plants: Wakefield, Henderson's Success and the Flat Dutch. Call or order by mail. Address, C. Carmichael, Ocala, or T. L. Bowers, Silver Springs, Fla. 11-1-lm and cheerful and there is a fine B- feeling cf exhilaration all I? through the body. Price SOc per Bottle JamesF.3ailard.Prop. St.Louis.Mo. a; Use Stephens Eye Salve Sore Eyes. It Cures. for AIjU druggists Twinges or rheumatism, backache, stiff joints and shooting pains all show your kidneys are not working right. Urinary irregularities, loss of sleep, nervousness, weak back and sore kidneys tell the need of a good reliable kidney medicine. Foley Kid ney Pills are tonic, strengthening and restorative. They build up the kid neys and regulate their action. They will give you quick relief and contain no habit forming drugs. Safe and al ways sure. Try them. For sale by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad. Fresh Apalachicola oysters at the Pure Fool Market, 25 cents a pint and ') cents a quart. The boy's appetite Is often the source of amazement. If you would have such an appetite take Chamber lain's Tablets. They not only create a healthy appetite, but strengthen the stomach and enable It to do its work naturally. For sale by all dealers. Ad. LOOK OVER THIS LIST OF (GOOD TKHMrS TO You will Surely Find Something that you Want. The Goods Mentioned Below, are, JUST IN, and will be found Fresh and Fine EAT Full Cream Edam Cheese in tins. French Roquefort Cheese in individual jars French Roquefort Cheese in large Jars Chester Brie Camembert " German Camembert " Brie Roquefort Bierkase Dutch (Vazet) Switzerland Sap Sago " Italy Grt. Tarmasan 4 4 tins American tlnb " Pimenio " cakes each large bottles - small " jars large " small " Philadelphia Cream Cheese in ars Welsh Rarebit Cheese in tin foil Shef fords Snappy Cheese in tin foil Dill Pickles, the good kind from Germany, dozen Pate de Foie Gras, uilh Truffles, large ars.. " " , small " Truffes Brossres in large bottles " small Boneless Anchovies in oil Puree of Partridge with Truffles per tin " Venison " " Quail Pure de Foie Gras The Four Articles Above are Fine for Lunch or Sandwiches Imntrli1 Hlnnor A1 9fl lntf 1o not Hataii Ct ftl lutpjiivu uiujjvi rmi 9 vv uviiivf rvt uvuu ...... vlV(7 Knorr's Consomme Cubes " Soup Tablets. Japanese Preserved Jinper, small pots large " tleckers Self Raising Flour, all sizes Pure Sap Maple Syrup, Pints and quarts 4 sec.- 35c 35c 35c 55c 5Cc,. 5Cc,'. 5Cc;. SCc iZty Rc 25c : 15e- 15c 25c 15c 15c lCc He 2Cc $1.25 S1.C3 75c 50c 35c 25c 25c 25c 25c 3c lCc 39c 6Cc (0. K. T ti ii ii uijti ir ii w PHONES 16 and 174 OCALA : : FLORIDA r. 1 T 1 ' F. E. McOLANE, M. D. Specialist in Chronic Diseases THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE Ocala, Florida PHONES: . OFFICE: Office. 333. Euite 1 to 7 Holder Block, 8outhwel Dr. McClane's Residence, 407. Corner of Public 1quar "Vote i Call made by upeclftl appointment. Special Genlt Urinary Clint afler 7 p. m. earn day. KOLD WEATHER KOMFORTS We have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes and Storm Aprons ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon ba here would be an unforgivable act when it Is so easy to come her and let us fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops, canopies and awnings Is also complete and we have enough horse blankets for all the "old Dob bins" In this section. Don't fall to call on us when ln need of any thing in our line. KNIGHT LANG :w:::-:-:; J J 2 A T. Thomas, Pres. J. Thompson, Manager X ! The Woodmar Sand & Stone Co. i v y t y i DEALERS IN Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock MANUFACTURERS OF Cement Blocks and all kind? of Cement Forms, from stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de scriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in in Brick. Stone and Cement. Contracts taken anywhere in the! state. Esti mates furnished on request. OFFICE AND YARDS NORTH4 MAIN STREET pnonc 331 OCALA, FLORIDA HOTEL CMUIRCMIILIL, BROADWAY AND 14th ST. Union Square NEW YORK Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on the American and European Plans. American Plan, 2 per day and up. European Flan, $1.90 per day and mp . Special Weekly Rates. Churchill & Co. ' 1 1 '!