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j riaa [ Ak! What relief! Yaur clogged nos* fy* fP*® right up, the air passages of jswr head are dear and you can breathe tnety. No more hawking, snuffling, mucous discharge, headache, dryness—no ■trailing for breath at night, your cold wr catarrh is gone. Don’t stay stuffed up! Get a small bottle of Ely’s Cream Balm from your Atuggist now. Apply a little of thia airagrant, antiseptic cream in your nos trils, let it penetrate through every air ftage of the head; soothe and heal swollen, inflamed mucous membrane, ng you inatant relief. Ely’s Cream a is Just what every cold and ear barrh sufferer has been seeking. It’s |Mt splendid. Celebrated Sosnowski Sea Island Cotton Planting Seed Fresh from Islands $3 per bu. F. O. B. Blackshear Also Second-Year Seed $2 per bu. The A. P. Brandy Cos. Blackshear, Georgia OR. CHARLES WATSON MOREMAN Dental Surgeon Commercial Bank Building > OCALA, FLORIDA Office Phone 211; Res. Phone 298 First: It is sold at a mod erate price. You save when you buy it Second: It has more than the ordinary leavening strength, therefore, you use less. / Third: There are no fail ures—it always makes the sweetest, most palatable of foods. Fourth: It is used by mil lions of housewives—leading I domestic science teachers 1 and cooking experts. | ir?ousA\ffSl ftp IKjJWII YOU BUYIT-WfEMYOU USEIfM I | Fifth: It i3 the best Baking I Powder that can be produced. Was H given highest awards at World’s I Pure Food Expcsiticn,Chicago;Peris | Exposition, Paris, France. 8 CaJmnat Sixth: It contains only such 1 Recipe ingredients as have been officially g r cup butter, approved by the United States Food I .y 2 ca p sugar, 2 Authorities. 8 eggs, V* cup The finest quality Baking 1 Powurr— zt the most economical | ne Po-vder cost “The Bisgest Bsrgain Tfcct 3 if™? chooSi Gom into the Kitchen Today.” • t Mix plain flour with pure baiting lemon juice. powder instead of using uncertain Then mix in the mixtures. Then you will know your regular way. bakings are pure ar.d whcWtnme. Plain flour cannot be adulterated. ‘ BOTffWH-.BB”", . "J J .1, ' -h-—l—h”'™ ! Jx&i epctsGe ■M'-rLMI f . . ■ Yu 'll 111 ln ■ Don’t Lance Carbuncles % lleliopaste Heals Tiiem X. B. Phillips. Manager of p-VeL.,.* ** ■* „ , ' , . i tike Florida Vehicle and Har- oraws , ar.d every sufferer from' aaaa Cos., Bartow. Fla., says: carbuncles or boils needs an agent which 2™ has that power. It dissolves, also, having sS*pinfuW. V y nsed a stron f tendency to dissolve the plugs Xehopaste, and I recommend mucus found m carbuncles. Therefore by other*, suffering from this dissolving and “drawing” carbuncles mm* also ™ it- Beho- are generally relieved without the use of the knife. After the first stage is past • ****<*•* the inflammation subsides and healing gen *mrim of adrrrtirrm rwt ctally follows quickly, a little or no *scar ktiWah hma bmm mpromd ip remaining. Use Rehop&ste also in boils. It is unusually effective. rwan< <hritr faflsl rtwilin of llBi* Drag Manufacturing Company, Bartow. Florida IoM by Court Pharmacy and CL C. Croon's Drug Store - * *■% ' T' ■*. ■*&?•’, *v ’K ** Is.'' * “IN GAINESVILLE, FAIR GAINES VILLE” We were greatly Interested in the local story carried in thia paper yes terday morning, of the rousing meet ing held at our tourist camp site on Monday evening. It was primarily a meeting to perfect a program of the committee of arrangement for the ‘Tin Can Tourist Jubilee" which we are to have, but many tourists were also present. After business had been attended to there was a jolly get together time. During that time Mrs. L. W. Simpkin sang a beautiful song devoted to the praise of Gaines- ville. It was sung to the swing and rythmic music of the “Old Oaken Bucket" and it was received with ap plause. If our Chamber of Commerce is wise it will print the words of that song on its circulars and in its books the Chamber may issue. Was there ever a prettier or truer description of our city than that contained in this first verse? “How dear to my heart are the fair scenes of Gainesville, When fond recollections presents them to view. The great spreading oak trees, the moss hanging in them, Whose shade ever offers a welcome to you." ' Or, if you please, take the second of the five stanzas, sounding almost like a description of fairy land and yet every word true. “The palms and sweet roses that grow in the dooryards, The gay poinsettias so cheery and bright; The song of the mocking bird floating . around you, Brings peace to your heart both by day and by night.” —Gainesville Sun. Rub-My-Tlsm relieves Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains. 11-26-!3t The Palm Beach Post calls Luk§ Worth the Wonder City. So we have a Gem City; a Magic City; a Phenom- # enal City; an Ancient City; many a City Beautiful, and if one of our law yer-poets continues riding on the vings of Pegassus we shall have to name Ocala the “Classic City." 666 quickly relieves a cold. 11-26-13 t THE OCALA BANNER OCALA, FLORIDA BELLEVIEW * Messrs. J. G. Davis and J. L. De- Vaun will move to Lake George this week Mr. C. A. Tremere has left for points i.t.ith. He will return after he has bought his spring stock of goods. Attendance at church is now more than double what it has been. We trust this will continue. Mrs. F. F. Wendell is again able to get about and enjoy the sunshine, after a severe cold. Messrs. V. D. P. Pratt and H. Mun roe are sawing wood with an auto matic drag saw. Last Thursday evening a goodly delegation attended the Marion-Dunn Lodge meeting at Ocala. Mr. Kendall, of East Lynne, Mass., is here looking after property. Mr. Cheter Lowell and mother, of Chicago are guests at the Lake View house. Rev. Sears returned this week from conference. He will minister here the coming year. Mr. Bannister, who has been danger ously ill with stomach trouble is now out and feeling fine again. Claude Abshier has purchased the De-Vaun farm south of here, and will mov£ in as soon as possible. The Weihe home has been the cent er of social activities for the month of January. Friday night of the first week Mrs. Weihe entertained her Sunday school class. “The willing workers, and Rev. and Mrs. Searles. Making a nice gathering of over 20. All entered heartily into the games of the evening, as well as candied popcorn, bananas and kumquarts that followed. All re ported a. good time, and joined the members of the Excelsior class as they were leaving the home of Miss Oakley, their teacher when they had -also been enjoying a class social. Wednesday p. m. of the 2nd week the Weihe home , was again open for a social affair, when the W. C. T. U. entertained about 30 at a “silver tea,” with a good program as follows: Song—“Some Glad Day,” Crusade, Psalm 146, Mrs. Shepherd. Prayer by Mrs. Bryant, of Ocala, former president. 18th Amendment—Mrs. Shepherd. Song—“We Did It.” —Mrs. Crumer and Miss Oakley. Recitation —“Who Killed John Bar ley Corn—Frank Gale. Mrs. Emma Reynolds a pioneer oru sader from Cleveland, Ohio made a short talk, reciting a temperance poem, which she had recited at school 70 years ago, her temperance work be gan early, and we.can but express our appreciation of the teacher who in stilled the temperance cause into the minds and hearts* of the children at that early day. Mrs. Weihe read a poem honoring the early temperance crusaders,. We are all thankful that the prayers of the Crusaders are answered in hav ing the legalized liquor traffic abolish ed by the 18th amendment, and the Volstead enforcement act. But shall we now sit down, fold our hands and say all is done? No, indeed z the way to have a law enforced is by the offic ers, but will they do it if the sentiment of the people is that of indifference as to whether it is enforced? No, we are the people, we are the govern*' ment, and unless we encourage our of ficers, and frown upon law-breaking and create a sentiment of law.enforce ment, we are not, as law-abiding citi zens, doing our duty. Mrs. Stanley and Mrs. Tanner spoke on law enforcement. Son —“Work for Enforcement where you are.” Mrs. Milligan, who had recently come from among the Highlands of the Blue Mountains gave us a very interesting talk on the moonshiners. Song—“ The Prophecy,” 'a saloon less nation in 1920”—Sung by Mrs. Weihe, followed by “The fulfillment," “Prohibition Laws” by Mrs. Shep herd. The 19th amendment which makes women citizens was read by Miss Oak ley, “Look well to the hearth stones” a fine paper by Mrs. Martin', followed by a rodpd table on “What Prihibition means to other lands.” China—Wrs. I. F. Haviland; Japan— Mrs. Wenlell; Mexico—Mrs. Myers; Africa—Mm. Lewis; France —Mrs. Sands Haviland. Mrs. E. Ei Packham our district president gavV a very interesting talk on why we slipuld continue the good work of the W.) C. T. U. in all its de partments. The enforcement of all good laws, and the making of more when women and children are especi ally interested. After the closing song “Wind the ribbon round the Na tions” all were served to delicious refreshments and a generous offering was added to the treasury. And yet again on Tuesday of the present week the poratls of the Weihe home were open |to receive the Ladies Aid and its friends for their monthly thimble social. A social hour was enjoyed inf chatting, work ing and guessing conundrums. After which a fine collation of cake and tea Down Go Prices! „ __ * , * ' 4 V • " 1 . \ \ The following big reductions will be in effect for two weeks only. And we intend to make a clean sweep. Come early and secure some of these big bargains. /f/J oj f\ff Boys’ Suits, 5 to 8 yrs. *J\J /o \JIm Men’s Overcoats and Mackinaws. Qfk 0 dff Men’s Dress and Work w” o yJH Shirts, Young Men’s and Boys’Shirts O/T °j f\ff Splendid Assortment of 40 jo v// # Suit Cases, Bags and Trunks. ') • - $1.50 Blouse Waists for . . . $1.90 Hawe’s Hats —$8, $9 and $9.50— 56.00 \ */ 5 POTY! OYYtVIOY' This opportunity is yours to secure Ilt/l/tti/tf/t// these bargains for' two weeks only. H. A. Waterman THE HABERDASHER OCALA . . . . . FLORIDA was served. A goodly sum was add ed to the treasury. The president, Mrs. Wendell an nounced the Bazar and supper for j February 22nd, at the town hall. She reported the improvements at the parsonage as progressing finely. The roof repaired, a city water and elec tric lights installed, and the inside walls being decorated. She hoped that as so much of the work had been donated, that enough j will be raised at the Bazaar to cancel j the indebtedness* Let’s have some Snore of those good | dances, like the ones had last winter, i Get busy Belleview. —Operator. Glass of Hot Water : Before Breakfast a Splendid Habit j Open sluices of the system each morning and wash away the poisonous, stagnant matter. f ——i—i- Those of us who are accustomed to, feel dull and heavy when we arise* | splitting headache, stuffy from a cold, foul tongue, nasty breath, add stomach, lame back, can, both look and feel as fresh as a daisy always by washing the poisons and toxins from the body with phosphated hot water each morning. We should drink, before breakfast a glass of real hot water with a tea spoonful of limestone phosphate in It to flush from the stomach, liver, kidneys and ten yards of bowels the previous day’s indigestible waste! sour bile and poisonous toxins; thus cleans ing, sweetening and purifying the entire alimentary tract before petting more food into the stomach. The action of limestone phosphate and hot water on an empty stomach is wonderfully invigorating. It cleans out all the sour fermentations, gases, waste and acidity and gives one a splendid appetite for breakfast and it is said to be but a little while until the roses begin to appear in the cheeks. A quarter pound of limestone phosphate will cost very little at the drug store, but is sufficient to make anyone who is bothered with bilious ness, constipation, or rheumatism a real enthusiast on the subject of internal sanitation. Try it and you are assured that you will look better and feel better Rr way shortly. " * We have not Mr. Harding with us and perhaps will not be so honored, but one of his brothers. Dr- Harding is a property owner in our county and us sudnunl visits* ... • ■ Fertilizers I AT FACTORY PRICES Plus the Freight If you want to make your own Fer tilizers, we have all kinds of Raw Materials. AH kinds of FEEDS and SEEDS at Lowest Prices imaginable Call and be Convinced Ocala Exchange & Hide Cos. (Carmichael Building) OCALA . . FLORIDA gaz&wmmi * iamayaiiiuiiwMßWfcUßßwmßWßißWßnaßaißaßO®®* | “Made Me Well and Strong” 11 ANOTHER WOMAN WHB IS THANKFUL FOR | PE-RU-NA y T Ct by th *oof : .jjJZgD U mt^iJSgSw H, F D No. 2, Box 19 MichoU, low. kMth TaUetoarl*^ tortMmtmHhmlsStS. kK> Hr H m £|gy||fl FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1921.