The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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VOL. 21.

OOALA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY

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FOHTV-SEVEN TEIQUSAND FRESH TROOPS SENT TO Fill
THIS I'JEEI! TO Li E ET THE KAISER'S LATEST ATTACK

Paris, Feb. 4. In a new attempt to
Hack their way to the coast, the Ger Germans
mans Germans are attacking along a twenty twenty-mile
mile twenty-mile front between Len and Bethune,
but are. being repulsed by heavy

French artillery.
The French have scored numerous
successes in the Champagne district
Some French trenches north of Mas Mas-siges
siges Mas-siges were wrecked by German mines.
In Alsace the French made some
progress northwest of Hartmannswei Hartmannswei-lcrkof.
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FRESH TROOPS SENT TO
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London, Feb. .4. Within the past
three days 47,000 fresh British troops
have been sent across the channel to
meet the new offensive the Germans
are expected to make along the line
in West Flanders.
' Ths Germans are massing artillery
arid men for a most terrific assault
upon the Anglo-French near the Bel Belgian
gian Belgian frontier. The kaiser desires a
victory over, the British rather than
the French, for political reasons.

AERIAL -ATTACK
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FRENCH AVIATORS CRUISED 200
MILES FROM THEIR FLEET
Athens, Feb. 4. French aviators,
operating from the allies' fleet off the
western entrance to the Dardanelles,
bombarded Adrianople, doing effective
execution,' says a dispatch from Sa
lonika.

STEAMER SUNK OFF CHICAGO

Chicago, Feb. 4. The steamer Iowa
was sunk off Chicago harbor today.
All on board were saved.

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SELECTED

Ocala Will Not be Practice Point for
New York Americans
Savannah, Ga., Feb. 4. Manager
"Bill" Donovan, of the New York Am Americans,
ericans, Americans, has wired the owners of the
club that he has selected Savannah as
a training site for the club. Dono Donovan
van Donovan concluded arrangements to bring
the Yankees here after visiting Ocala,
Fla., returning here yesterday.

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CITIZENS OF A GEORGIA
BURG
Augusta, Ga., Feb. 4. Dr. A. N.
Culberson, a physician of Evans, Ga.,
was shot to death by citizens early
this morning. He was charged with
criminally assaulting the daughter of
Magistrate Martinez.
Dr. Culberson was ? a native of
North Carolina and frequently in
trouble. He. terrorized the country by
whipping and shooting negroes, shoot shooting
ing shooting out tail lights of automobiles and
other escapades. His body was riddled
with bullets and left in the yard till
an inquest can be held this afternoon.

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RUSSIAN AVIATORS SHOWER
BOMBS ON GERMAN
RESERVES
Petrograd, Feb. 4. Russians cross
ed the Angerap river in East Prussia
and captured fortified positions of the
Germans, despite desperate resist resistance.
ance. resistance. In Northern Poland the Russians
have captured the town of Skempe,
thirty-three miles from the great Ger-
man fortress at Thorn.
West of Warsaw in the vicinity of
Bolimow and Coumine, the Germans
continue their terrific attacks and al although
though although suffering fearful losses are
bringing up fresh troops to replace
the killed and wounded.

The Germans, reinforced, are fight

ing furiously in the Carpathians. In
East Prussia, the Russians are within
striking distance of Interburg. The

Germans have been driven back'thirty

miles.
BOMBARDMENT FROM ABOVE

Many German soldiers have been

killed by Russian aerial bombardment

of the German positions southwest of

Warsaw. Tuesday tombs were drop dropped
ped dropped on German reserves at Itawa,

Bzeczez and Boguscici.

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STATE OF MAINE SITS IN JUDG JUDGMENT
MENT JUDGMENT ON GERMAN SPY
Vanceboro, Me., Feb. '4. -Werner
Van Home, the German bridge

j wrecker, was arrested today charged

with the "wilful and wanton injury
and defacement of buildings." He will
b 3 tried this afternoon.

REMOVAL NOTICE

I have moved by office to the Gary
block, northwest corner "second floor,
entrance between Marion II lrdware
and 5 and 10 cent stores. Same phone,
No. 11. A. L. Izlar, M. D. 20-12t

STATEMENT IS SUPERFLOUS

Germany Warns Neutral Nations that
English Channel is Dangerous
"Washington, Feb. 4 The state de department
partment department was today notified that Gerr
many has issued a warning to all neu neutral
tral neutral countries that it is dangerous for
shipping to ply the waters north and
west of France.

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Berlin, Feb. 4. The Germans cap captured
tured captured the main French position north
and northwest of Massiges, in the
Champagne district. Three trenches
were taken along the front of over a
miles,, and held despite the furious
counter, attacks of the enemy.
The general staff denies the Russian
claims of successes in the Carpath Carpathians,
ians, Carpathians, asserting that the Austro-Ger-mans
made several gains. In East
Prussia, the feeble Russian attacks

against the German positions south
of the Memel river were repulsed.
South of Sochazew the repated
night attacks of the Russians nvere
broken down as the result of heavy
losses. The Germans are advancing
in the Bolomow region despite the vio violent
lent violent Russian counter attacks.
FRENCH AND GERMAN -AVIATORS
MAKE LONG FLIGHTS
French aviators daily make long
flights over Alsace, dropping bombs
on the German barracks and military
depots. Some have even crossed the
Rhine.
German airmen recently flew over
the Meuse district, dropping bombs
on Luneville, Pont-a-Mousson and
Nancy.

GBIulE,

MADE JOLLIFIGAT

government will be represented at the
carnival by one or more gunboats, and
it is hoped that arrangements can be
made to bring the band over on one of
these.
The patronization of home industry
will certainly be the rule in the en engagement
gagement engagement of bands, which have been
secured from several sections of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Among those -' already engaged

are the following: Alabama Polytech Polytechnic
nic Polytechnic Institute band, Auburn, Ala.;
Tampa Municipal band, Gourlie's
band, Sears band, two band3 from
Lakeland, Bradentown band, Palmetto
band, Tarpon Springs band, Wauchu!a
band, the Winter Haven band and the
Arab patrol of Morocco Temple,
Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Fort Dade military band and
Gararilla Fife and Drum Corps.
' American and Cuban warships have
ben assigned to Tampa for the fes festive
tive festive period, and the celebration gives
promise of proving more brilliant in
evc-y vay, than those of former years.
Among the most pleasing features,
to guests from winter-bound states
will be the masked balls in the Span Spanish,
ish, Spanish, Cuban, Italian and German clubs
and the Garden of Eden exhibition of
semi-tropical fruits, flowers, vegeta vegetables,
bles, vegetables, fisheries and other products of!
Couth Florida.
Several hundred Greeks from Tar Tarpon
pon Tarpon 'Springs, the world's greatest
sponge diving center, will also par participate,
ticipate, participate, offering high and deep div diving
ing diving and ether equatic 'sports for the

pleasure of the visitors.

Tremendous Amount of Fun During
the Gasparilla Celebration
in Tampa
Tampa, Feb. 4. r-Fifteen bands will
furnish music for the Gasparilla car carnival,
nival, carnival, which opens on Friday of next
week and closes the following Tues-

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vana Municipal Band, composed of
between 80 and 100 pieces. The Cuban

DASHED TO HIS DEATH

Atlanta Man Fell from a Fifteenth
Story Window
Atlanta, Feb. 4. John Hughes,
fifty-seven years of age,'an oil inspec inspector
tor inspector at the state capitoi, fell from the
fifteenth story of the Candler building
and was instantly killed today. It is
believed that Hughes accidentally fell
cut of the window.

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Our new samples for Spring Clothes are now on display by the hundreds, and we can please you, no matter how difficult you
may be to suit. Let us show you that we can make you as good suit as you can buy anywhere, and at less money. And we make
them right here where you can try them on while they're being made up. Every garment is measured, cut and tailored right in
our own shops by an experienced tailor, and it's ours until you're satisfied. Give us a trial.

We cut and design
a pattern for each
garment.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1915
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PARK TRAMMELL REVISES
HIS 1913 PLAN

LAKE WEIR W. C. T. U.

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Soda Water. Cigars, and Cigarettes
will be sold only for CASH HeFCaltCr
GjeipSs's ''Oiptlisj StoFe
By J. J. GEEIG, Proprietor

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I Jacksonville, Florida

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DISTINrTIVELY DELIGHTFUL
"COMFORT FIRST"
EUROPEAN 'AND AMERICAN PLANS
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To Be Upright in Our Dealings
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MARSH;
Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery

OQg os1 pumm ob

Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to

protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.- 4
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ours. Let us
have your custom we deserve it. , '

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To a Person Who Frides
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Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen

is a necessity. To supply th at ne-

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Belleview, Feb. 3. About one week
ago Mr. Joseph Flanagan came in ;
town to do some trading. He placed
his minor purchases in his hand ba
and in riding home put the bag on
some sacks in the wagon. Upon his j
arrival he missed the bag. He there- j
upon walked back to Belleview with!
eagle eye scanning the road, but no j
jiand bag. A few days ago Mr. A. G.
Gates of Ocala, stopped at Mr. Flan-j
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a hand bag, stating that he had found
one and that it was at his garage in
Ocala, and that the three pounds of
butter was on ice; whereupon Mr.
Flanagan made haste to go to Ocala
and claim his property. It is almost
impossible to lose anything around
Belleview.
Miss Gertrude Carter of Conant is
visiting with Mrs. R. L. Sumner for a
few days.
There is an abandoned well in the
rear of the Methodist parsonage and
right handy to the hard road. Last
Sunday night a fine four year old cow
fell in and as a matter of course
broke its neck. This is the second ani animal
mal animal to fall into this old well and
should some unthinking person wan wander
der wander across this open lot some dark
night they would atand a good chance
of falling on a dead cow.
Mr. J. A. Carr, who sells Remington
typewriters, was in town last Monday,
singing his little song of praise about

Remington typewriters. j
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schmidt and j

daughter, Mrs. T. Clark Hull, of Dan Dan-berry,
berry, Dan-berry, Conn., have taken the Mendell
cottage for the winter. Mr. Schmidt

is a retired business man and ir,

charmed with the rustic beauty oi our
town.-
Rev. William Tell Evans returned
last Tuesday from Lake Como, Wela Wela-ka,
ka, Wela-ka, and other points over on the St.
Johns river, which now constitutes his
circuit for Jthis year. He is busily
engaged in packing up his effects for

shipment and his many friends will
miss him from our midst.
Mrs. O. S' Shade, of Jacksonville is
te week end guest of Mrs. V. D. P.
Pratt.
Mr. E. N. Webb, of Miami, one of
the prominent tomatoe growers and
hippers of the state, met with our
-rowers last Saturday and made plans
for the growing and marketing of the
! next tomatoe crop.
; Misses Margerett and Maye White
ihave had their garden plowed up and

to see those girls plant seed and

then dig them up to see if they are

sprouting is just as good as a circus.

Nevertheless their little garden of last

winter produced a number of veget

ables of which they were justly

proud.

The Masonic fraternity held a large

and enthusiastic meeting last Satur

day night and a number of out of

town members and visitors were pres

ent. Mr. Frank Norton, of Candler,
was as cheerful as of yore. Mr. Dolf
Mitchell, of Summerfield, droye up by
his lonesome. Mr. Dick Lewis, from

Levon, enjoyed the meeting and stop

ped over night with Mr. and Mrs.

Henry Shaw. Rev. O. Berry, of Ox

ford also enjoyed the meeting and

stopped overnight and preached m
the Baptist church Sunday morning.

Mrs. Sydrtey Maddox, of Tarpon

Springs, is in town visiting with her

parents, Mr. and Mrs- W. R. Kil-

patrick.

Miss Eleanor Tremere returned last
Saturday night from a visit of sever several
al several days duration at Winter Haven, vis visiting
iting visiting with Rev. J. J. Thompson and
family, and taking in the beauties of
this growing little South Florida town.

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Presenting Needed Legislation to the
People Thru the Press
Tallahassee, Feb. 4. Governor Park
Trammell two years ago adopted a
plan of sending out from time to!
time for publication before the meet meeting
ing meeting of the legislature, certain of the
recommendations which he proposed
to make to that body upon its con convening.
vening. convening. In order that the members of the
legislature and the public may be in informed
formed informed and have opportunity for con consideration
sideration consideration of the measures which the
governor proposes to recommend, it
is his purpose to follow a similiar
course from now on until the conven convening
ing convening of the legislature in April.
One of the recommendations, which
Governor Trarumell made to the last
legislature, and which will be renew renewed
ed renewed at the approaching session will
be the following:
"County Agriculture and Horticluture
Agents."
"The demonstration work which has

been carried on by the state universi university
ty university and the federal government has
made apparent the value to our farm farmers
ers farmers and fruit growers of agricultur agricultural,
al, agricultural, horticultural and stock breeding
demonstrations. There is room for
enlargement of this very beneficial
work. The fact that the work of the

agricultural experiment station is
more or less limited by lack of funds
and the large territory to cover sug suggests
gests suggests the value of a demonstrator in
the counties who would be skilled in
proper methods of farming and fruit
growing, selection of seed and plants,
breeding of live stock, extermination
of pests, judging tne value and pro

portions of fertilizers, treatment of
soils and the diseases of trees and
plants.
"I recommend that a law be passed
authorizing the board of, county com

missioners of each county to employ
such agricultural and horticultural
demonstrator when in their judgment
it would be profitable to do so, and
when deemed advisable, to authorize
such agent to employ assistants. Such
demonstrator could render valuable
service by giving practical lessons in
agriculture in the public schools,
thereby making more efficient this

branch of the public school work;
also in co-operating with the corn
clubs and tomato clubs, stimulating
and extending, this commendable work.
The law should allow two or more to
jointly employ such demonstrator if
desired." v

The Lake Weir W. C. T. U. was
called to .order by the president, Mrs.
Reid, in the heme of Mrs. H. H. Rast,
of Weirsdalc. The opening- scng was
"Our Country is Going Dry." All re repeated
peated repeated the Lord'j Prayer, which was
followed by the icadir., of the 4Gth
Psalm.
Eight r.icir.c';c;s responded to the
roll call, responses were "Temper "Temperance
ance "Temperance Educators."
Minutes of previous meeting were
read and approved.
Sometime was taken up in discuss discussing
ing discussing the plans of abagrrah which the.
union wishes to have on Thursday be before
fore before Easter.
The ladies cf this union will give
an "Old Time Musical Cocial" in the
Weirsdale school house, on the even evening
ing evening of February 12th. The funds to
go toward Replenishing the treasury.
After all business had been attend attended
ed attended to, the literary part of the hour
was conducted by Mrs. Rast the sub subject
ject subject being Alcohol :ind the Saloon.
Mrs. Rast had several very interesting
articles chor.a, which were read by
Lome of the members present.
A very pkiant and profitable
hour having been pent and there be being
ing being no other matters to discuss -the

meeting was adjourned to nort Febru February
ary February 11, by invitation, in th home of
Mrs. Guthery. The subject of the
next meeting will be Francis Willard
Memorial, Roll call. Posy Poems.
Mrs. Rast treated her friendr- to
some most delicious fudge candy, of
her own make, wh'ch was enjoyed and
appreciated by all.
Mrs. Guthery, PresF Supt.

CANDIES,

Of unequalled QUALITY,
such as &jsia.rc the re re-salt
salt re-salt of extraordinary care
t watchfulness in the pur purchase
chase purchase of only the Highest
Grade of Haw Materials.
The workmanship also
ts watched as carefully,
and the same unremitting
watchfulness enters into
the manufacture of our
Cups, Bars, Drops and
other Countes Goods as in
oar BONBONS, COCOA
and CHOCOLATES.
If yon want 9 IS'ourlsLlni.
fitrenthenlni Chocolate, with
Ileal Food Value, and at the1
same time havf nd a p!tmat
taste, try our PEANUT CHOC CHOCOLATE
OLATE CHOCOLATE or Chocolate Dipped
TEISCUir.

HEROES IN THE TRENCHES

ORANGE SPRINGS

BETWEEN
JACKSONVILLE, CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS
Re-Established January 6, 1915

Nnrthhnunrl DAILY Southbound

9:35 AM Lv. ............ ..Jacksonville. .............. .Ar 7:30 PM

5:08 PM Ar. . ... ... . . .Macon. . . . ... . Lv 11:45 AM
8:03 PM Ar Atlanta Lv 8:35 AM

12:13 AM Ar... .......... . Chattan ooga ...... ...... .Lv 4:37 A&.

4:50 AM Ar .Nashville Lv 12:10 AM
9:28 AMNAr.. Evansville. Lv 7:30 DM
6:35 Pm Ar.. Chicago. ............... . .Lv 11:3Q AM
2:59 PM Ar. .St. Louis .Lv 2:X5 PM
Solid train Compartment Observation Cars, Standard Pullman Cars
and Coaches between Jacksonville and Chicago. Standard Pullxian Sleep Sleep-ers
ers Sleep-ers Jacksonville to St. Louis.

DINING CARS

STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE COUTH

Orange Springs, Feb. 3. Mr. W. H.
Pegram visited Tampa a few days last
week.
Mr. R. A. Carlton and family have
moved to Ocala. They have leased the
boarding house here to Miss Carlton.

We are very sorry to lose this family
from our "community. Miss Carter
will conduct the boarding house the
same as it has been.
Miss Edna Marshall of Palatka vis visited
ited visited Miss Lucy Pegram last week.
Those on the honor roll this week
are Gladys Hall, Matilda Apel, Eunice
Motes and Earl Matchett.
Mrs. Manson and daughter arrived

from their home in Long Island Jan.j

2fst. They are making their pome

with Mrs. Nettie Crandel.
Mr. T. H. Battle of Butler, Ga., is
registered at the Carlton House.

Paris, Feb. 2. These men in the
trenches must keep incessant viligance
against sudden attacks by the enemy.
The men who serve the artillery fire
day and night oftentimes at an enemy
that is never seen.
Medical science'will save more lives
this year than war will take, no matter
how terrifically murderous that war
may be. Then, too the food supply is
very carefully looked after by the com com-misariat.
misariat. com-misariat. The food supply of the sol soldiers
diers soldiers must be wholesome. Living in
the open air, the men are able to di digest
gest digest hard-tack with great relish Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon said, "An army fights on its
stomach." A man with a weak stom stomach
ach stomach is pretty sure to be a poor fighter.
It is difficult--almost impossible for
ar : e, man or woman if digestion is
poor to succeed ir. rriness or social socially
ly socially or to enjoy life, in tablet or liq liq-vvl
vvl liq-vvl form Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery helps weak stomachs to

,c4vr.n ho'tlthYr nption neiDS tnem to

digest the food that makes the good
rich blood which nourishes, the entire
body.
This vegetable remedy, to a great
extent, puts the liver into activity
oils the machinery of the human sys system
tem system so that those who spend their
working hours at the desk, behind the
counter or in the home are rejuven rejuvenated
ated rejuvenated into vigorous health.
It has brought relief to many thous thousands
ands thousands every year for nearly fifty years.
It can relieve you and doubtless re re-stnr
stnr re-stnr vnnr former health and strencrth.

At least you owe it to yourself to give
it a trial. Sold by medicine dealers
or send 50 cents for box of tablets

Dr. Pierce Invalid's Hotel and Surgi Surgical
cal Surgical institute, Buffalo, N. Y.
You can have Dr. Pierce's Common
Sense Medical Adviser of 1108 pages
in cloth binding, fully illustrated with
colored plates, for 3 dimes or 30 cents.
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On Saturday and Monday, 18.;
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
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CHRISTIAN" ENDEAVOR
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are on the market.
You can arrange lor one
today. :
These beautiful plots
will not be sold at auc auction.
tion. auction. You should make a
choice of the plots at

once.
The prices and terms
are reasonable;
You will find in the Park
an attractive setting for
your home.
On the road to Silver
Springs.
"A short way out and
right at Lover's Lane."
LOUIS R. CIIAZAl
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REAL ESTATE

Holder Building
Telephone 228

P. O. Box 475
Ocala, Fla.

' From time of the afternoon train '. J
and over night, February lGth, the

state secretary plans to be the guest
of Mrs. M. M. Little. Ocala friends ;

call and see her.

PUTTING AN END TO THE PEST

Campaign Pushed by Governor-Tram
.4
mell Against Citrus Canker V

A genuine treat is ahead of fortun-
ate Endeavorers, in some parts of the;
state, scon. The famous temperance
campaign of The Flying Squadron is
; coming. '. Twenty great statesmen, or-
ators, lecturers, authors, musicians J
. end singers. Most important for us
; i.i the fact that for group 1, Daniel
j Poling is leader. In that same groupJ
I is another famous Endeavorer, Dr. j
; Charles M. Sheldon. In group 2 is!

; ur. lru iaimx iui, xiuau 01 nnsuan
j Endeavor work in the South, much be-
loved by thousands of young people,
j Daniel Poling is National Superintend

ent of Christian Citizenship in C. E.,
also assistant to Dr. Clark. The cities
to be visited are St. Petersburg, St.
Augustine, Palm Beach, Miami, Day
tona, Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville,
Tallahassee and Pensacoia, and the
dates are between February 26th and
March 9th. This is more time and
more places visited than in many oth other
er other states. Further particulars com coming,
ing, coming, but for now remember these days
and places. Get ready to attend the
meetings. Get ready to give Dr. Po Poling
ling Poling a .cordial welcome into your so society
ciety society if possible.' If you wish to write
him direct, address No. 31, Mt. Vernoi
St., Boston.
Miss Ruth Wyandt, state quiet hour
leader, has gotten out a letter with
report blank attached, which is sent
to each society, via its district Quiet
Hour superintendent. The local socie society
ty society is to return it carefully 'filled out
by way of this superintendent, and it
should be done early in February, as
Miss Wyandt has more work ahead
planned for us all -to share in the lat latter
ter latter days of the year to close April 1st.
How are you to observe Christian

So far

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raiUJfi Creates

VALUE CiVIIIG EVENT '-YEA&

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Tallahassee, Feb. 4,- Governor Park
Trammel! has kept in close touch and
been fully informed regarding all
steps in the campaign which has for

sometime rsnst been nroseenteH in this!

fVo a r -Hvno I Endeavor Day next Sunday?

canker, raid to str.mo cut that" post j have heard but one Florida socie socie-:f"im
:f"im socie-:f"im tW'fn 1 j ty, that of which State Treasurer Cav-

'-'Gftvw.nr .TrrvTr--i b-..- lf oil ihc anagh is president, in Tampa, which

resources and inilu2r.ee cf his office to

observes the full

week.

We. have

x 1 : j 'j? a.

assist in the -work cf eradicating the! to Uf' rouu 0i our ireasurer
citrus canker and recently, in co-op-j also his brother, EarUvho is president
oration with the board of .control; took of the southwestern district. United
the matter up direct with the secre-! Brethern folks make ood Endeavor
tary of agriculture of the United3 here'' Wish e had more of

States, assuring Secretary Houston "xv-1"

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if hn for cATr.f.flTr. r,r.r? ii uu liStei1' lur money

now, his intention to recommend and
urge the Florida legislature, conven convening
ing convening in April, to enact a thorough crop
pest law, and to make sufficient ap appropriation
propriation appropriation to effectively continue the
work of eradicating the citrus cank canker
er canker from this state.
The governor recently took up the
secretary of agriculture of the United

States the matter of making immedi immediately
ately immediately available the $35,000 appropriat appropriated
ed appropriated by Congress and he is in receipt
of advice that the secretary of agri agriculture
culture agriculture will make the fund available
for early use.
Governor Trammell urged the legis legislature
lature legislature of 1013 to enact an elective
crop pastjlaw and make appropriation

for eradication of pest effecting horti horticultural
cultural horticultural and agricultural crops. That
legislature failed to take such' action
but Governor Trammell will renew in
very strong terms this" recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation to the legislature to convene next
April. -

I talks." State dues paid by the Union

Center, United Brethern society, near
Kissimmee and a S5 pledge paid
up by. St. Cloud Presbyterians, also
the same denomination in Tampa.
This makes $10 more on the building
fund promises "paid.V
"Secretary Grace" is to visit Ocala,
Lady Lake, Candler and Weirsdaje in
the Central district during February.
Also the northeastern district conven convention
tion convention at Gainesville, February 12-14.
She expects to be from the office be between
tween between the 11th and 21st, and, after a
steady grind, is anticipating getting
farther away from the typewriter and
mimeograph for a while.
We have some new societies to in introduce
troduce introduce to you -pretty soon.
Grace A. Townsend.
Interlachen, Feb. 2, 1915.

BILLETS FOR BRITAIN

Alabama Town will Ship an Immense
Amount of Steel to England
Birmingham, Feb. 4. The Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Company
will roll 8000 tons of steel billets to
fill an order just received from Eng England.
land. England. This is the largest individual
order f or steel billets received in the
Birmingham district in some time, and
is one of the most notable industrial
developments of the week.

JNEW SPRING SEED

Our new seeds for spring planting
or both field and garden, are now in.
We can furnish them in any quantity
on short notice.
13-tf Bitting & Mathews,
410 N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.

Take Rexall Liver. Salts for that
tired, sleepy feelir.. Gerig's 9-tf
! Dr. Ruth S. Arnold
OSTEOPATH
Phone 45

State of Ohio, City, of Toledo,
Lucas County, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner" of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and that said firm will nay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured bv the use of
HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De December,
cember, December, A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. Gleason,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally
nally internally and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti constipation.
pation. constipation. N Ad.
RICH LAND FOR RENT
Mrs. Bittinger wishes to rent six
acres of hammock land at Belleview.
Land is good, under fence and has
been in cultivation. Apply to Mrs. C.
L. Bittinger at her home in Ocala.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.

Colonial Hotel,

Ocala, Fla.

On Saturday and Monday, 18
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol

lar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

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Will yield big crops of corn, cane, cowpcas, velvet beans, rape, peanuts, kudzu, spineless cactus?
besides raising Bermuda, Rhodes, Para, Natal and other grasses for hay and pasture. With ail
these crops available, cattle, sheep and hogs -can have green food the year round.
Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of
Lake Okeechobee Are Now Ready for Cultivation
These lands do not need draining other than small ditches necessary on any farm. Make a trip
to Okeechobee on the new division of the Florida East Coast Railway without delay, and sec for
yourself just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now only a trifle over twelve hours'
journey from Jacksonville.
Investigate This Wonderful Country While You
Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your Farm
You will find it unexcelled for general farming, livestock and. poultry raising and for growing all
kinds of vegetables common to Florida as well as the finest citrus fruit. This town and country
will grow at an amazing rate during the next few years. We also have excellent land and town
lots .at Chul'jota and Kenansville the former a fine lake section in Seminole County suited to
fruit growing, trucking and general farming, and the latter a fertile pine land country in Osceola
County especially adapted to stock raising, general farming and fruit growing. Write today for
full particulars to
J. E, INGRAH AM, Vice-President
Land and Industrial Department, Florida East Coast Railway
Room 200 City Building ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

After Washing Oilcloth.
After washing oilcloth and linoleum,
be sure to dry it properly. If left
damp it will speedily rot, and finally
become totally spoiled. It is a great
mistake to use too much water for
washing it. The. cloth should merely
be wrung out and passed over the sur surface.
face. surface.

Without Personality.
The man. wbc lias no refuge in him himself,
self, himself, who lives, so lo speak, in his
front rooms, in the outer whirlwind of
things and opinions, is not properly a
personality at all . .' he is one of
a crowd. Amiel.

The best gin rickey Ir the city is
served at Johnny's Place. 22-tf

Birth of Weil-Known Society.
The first society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to AniinnU was founded in
England in 1824 by Mr. Martin, M. P.

Recording Sound Waves.
A new German method of recordins
sound waves employs a lead pencil
line of varymg thickness, formed on
a strip cf paper by an electric current
Influenced by the vibrations.

Castor Oi! Protects Feet.
Castor oil will prevent feet from
becoming sore on a long walk. It
should be poured on the feet, espe especially
cially especially between the toes.

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FOUR

OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
IUTTINGElt & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
K 11. Carroll, General Manager Port, V. Lea vengood. Business Manager
Ji If. Benjamin, Editor
11 " 1 'i 1,1 1 1 1
Entered; at Ocr'a, FJa., posstoifice as second class matter.;

ligion. Some ministers may momen-

larily feel discouraged because of a i
falling off in their church attendance, f
but the interest remains and when i

LOCAL LEGISLATION

! the. next legislature was taken up
5 again, read in its entirety with the

The city council met yesterday af. changes made, that were suggest-

ternoon at 4 o'clock in adiourneri sm.,

one falls back there is a fresh, earnest j sion$ with the following members' Amon the important changes, not

PHONE 51

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SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance. $5.00
Six moDths, in advance. . . 2.50,
Three months, in advance . 1.25
OLt month, in advance. . . .50

(Foreign)
One year- in advance
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, in advance
One month, in advance. .

$8.00
4.25
2.25
.80

UNCIVIL AND UNTRUTHFUL

The Star didn't have anything to do
with entertaining Mr. Donovan of the
Yankees on his recent? visit to this
city, and if he is correctly quoted by
the' Savannah News, it is glad it was
not represented in his entourage while
he was m Ocala. The News says:
"Donovan arrive in Savannah from
Ocala, Fla., early yesterday morning
and almost immediately wire'd the
owners of the. New York club that
after a careful inspection of the two
cities he had decided upon Savannah
as the 1915 training camp for the
Yankees. ;
" 'Ocala looked good said Bill yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon, 'but the grounds
there are anything but suitable for
prepping a major league ball club.
They are decidedly rough as compared
to the diamond here and then, too, it
is questionable whether the other ac accommodations
commodations accommodations available here can be
equalled in the little Florida town,
which was almost as warm as it is in
the summer time up North during the
day I spent there." J n
Mr. Donovan was given a warm wel welcome
come welcome on his arrival and shown every
courtesy possible. The people who
met him supposed he came here to see
-what Ocala was like, and they gave
him every opportunity to see; but they
didn't beg him to bring his team to

Ocala. He expressed himself very
much pleased, especially with the
baseball diamond; and he made some
remarks about Savannah just as un uncomplimentary
complimentary uncomplimentary as the News says he
made about Ocala. So if the News
quotes Mr. v Donovan correctly, he
wears two faces, under one hat, and
is considerably lacking in both civility
and truthfulness.

HUSHED TO THE RESCUE

No matter, how hard British and
German soldiers and sailors fight,
they have to admire each other's
bravery.
' The German sailors who went down
with the Blucher died like men. Here
is what happened, as told by a sailor

on the British Warship which rescued
some of the Germans:
Just before the -end all that was left
of the crew lined up by- the rail,
standing stiffly at attention, with
their arms straight down at ther
sides. Then, when death confronted
them, they give three wild cheers and
waved their caps in the air, as if say saying
ing saying Morituri salutamus and sank.
- The British sailors uttered one in in-'
' in-' voluntary and spontaneous shout ,of
admiration and rushed their boats to
.the rescue. ... -.,

indulged in. If ladies, or gentlemen,
make a practice of riding on the side sidewalks
walks sidewalks in the vicinity of Mr. Wenzel's
residence, all he has to do is to give
their names to the police. Mr. Wen Wenzel's
zel's Wenzel's letter was, in the first place, a
slur against every Ocala lady who
rides horseback; the Star may have
made' a mistake in printing, it and
certainly would have done an injus injustice
tice injustice in printing it without comment.
One, young lady, who admits that she
rode, not raced, her horse over Mr.
Wenzel's sidewalk, says she is willing
to pay-him for all the damage he
claims, so all he has to do is to as assess
sess assess it. The Star will aid him to se secure'
cure' secure' the services of City Engineer
Drake to make the necessary esti estimate.
mate. estimate. r.

GENUINE HOME HOMEMADE
MADE HOMEMADE JOLLIFICATION

and anxious face to take the place of
the missing one. Men who work in
the Lord's vineyard should not be dis disheartened.
heartened. disheartened. Their work is such an in inspiring
spiring inspiring one that the race is moved by
it with a responsive thrill.

SALAAM! SALAAM! SALAAM!!!

of

- Such will be the Gasparilla celebra celebration
tion celebration in Tampa next week, full descrip description,
tion, description, of which is being made in our
news columns. The Star hopes Mar Marion
ion Marion county will be largely represent represented
ed represented at this festival Tampa is the best
town, of its size on the American con continent,
tinent, continent, and nowhere else can the peo people
ple people of South Florida so conveniently
and consistently go to enjoy them themselves.
selves. themselves. A man can have a good time
in Tampa any day in the year ar d f f

Mokanna and His Savage Band

Arabs Arrived in the City
Today at Noon
Moharrum Temple, No. 110, Dra Dramatic
matic Dramatic Order Knights of Khorrassan,
arrived in the city today for the pur purpose
pose purpose of holding a monster ceremonial
session tonight when many of our
good citizens will be conducted across
the sandy waste of the desert and
over the Pyramids and in full view of
the Sphinx The occasion promises
much enjoyment for those who are
tyros as well as for the votaries.
The Dramatic Order, Knights of
Khorassan is an organization wThose
membership is composed of Knights
of Pythias in good standing in their
own lodges and is a common ;- plain
where, members of the order can meet
for social enjoyment.. Their work is
very dramatic.
The following order has been issued
by the royal vizier and must be obey obeyed
ed obeyed by all the faithful:
"Gather together ye faithful guard guardians
ians guardians of Khorrassan's shield and ye
brigarlds of Mokanna's bloodthirsty
band, and all ye .votaries and present
yourselves in clean linen and pleasant
smiles at the Castle Hall in the oasis

a. ,1 ; .-i i i

present: Chairman J. M. Meffert, porteu in jesaeruaj r proceedings is
Councilmen, Tompkins, Knight, Moore,! a cIause giving the city the right to

Nash and Smith. uuua, own ana operate eiectnc troi-

Business was taken up where left ley llnes'. in and outside of the city,
off Tuesday night. and to dispose of its current outside
Mr. R. S. Rowrs was nslcprl tA v cf tn8 CV'

plain his map proposition. Mr. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers exhibited his specimens of partly

completed work, told the council of

Members of the city council will be
paid $15 per month for their ser services,
vices, services, and will be fined $7.50 for each.

the great need of an accurate- map,! reSular meeting that t. they absent
4 I At 1 m .l ...

made from accurate survevs. and men- ves irom wunoui a written ex-

tioned the many inaccuracies of
streets in the existing maps, changes
in land divisions, renaming of streets,

lapping of land descriptions with no

cuse from the president of the coun council.
cil. council. . .. .-.,
In this connection, the jStar has of often
ten often editorially stated that cpuncilmen

means of telling which was right, etc., 1 should be Paid oK their- services, but

etc. He said such a map, with the
book of about forty sectional plats
would cost around $1200 and would
take six months to complete it. The
council agreed that such a map was
needed but finances would not justify
its being made right now, and ask asked
ed asked Mr. Rogers to put his proposition
in writing. Mr. Meffert stated that
he would rather have Mr. Rogers
make a map of ther city than any man
he knew of.
. The clerk's report of finances was
read, for the month of January, filed
for information and is as follows:
To the Honorable City Council, Ocala.
Gentlemen: Receipts and disburse-

only when they attend and perform

their duties. rrvi
Matter of amending the charter so
that the city can invest its sinking
funds was discussed ; at length), but
was left open, to have a, separate
amendment drawn, if deemed advis advisable
able advisable and present to the legislature
later in the term. .
The amendments to charter,, were
then adopted as read, on motion of
Mr. Knight, and the city attorney in instructed
structed instructed to prepair the legal notice at
once for publication,' according to law
in the local papers.
On motion of Mr. Moore, $1500
worth of the bills of the water works

ments during the month of January, ; department were ordered paid.
1915, are as follows: ; j The bond interest coupons recently

Collected by tax collector:

Taxes (1914) ............ .$ 5,310.19

Licenses (1913-1914) .....

Licenses (1915) ..........
Interest on sinking fund
Collected by marshal :
Fines (police court) ......

Delinquent personal taxes.

of Ocala. when one Tiour and a half

. ; 1 1

after the sun has gone behind thei1- oy stock impounuer

ruunu ices
Col. by city attorney: .'
Int. on paving erti. No. G6.
Tax certitfcates .
Collected by clerk:
E. L. Dept. (service)
E. L. Dept. (meters) .
Lot and nouse rent . .

W. W. Dept. (rents).

wpstpm hills.. That, is to sav. at 7:.i(I!

- rf,
o'clock sharp. For on this eyening all
Pythian infidels who are not true sub subjects
jects subjects and who have been taken pris prisoners
oners prisoners by Mokanna shall be taken be before
fore before our beautiful Queen Elektra, she'
who by the throb of her mighty heart

has caused many tyros to quake with
f 'nr. There on bended knee shall

he goes while Gasparilla is in town, tney swear allegiance to the Koran

his fun will be increased tenfold.

BOOM IN CHURCH BUILDING

W. W. Dept. (meters)
W. W. Dept. (MisceJ.)
Sale of fertilizer ....... ?

26.45

. 77.00
43.92
59.10
40.45
42.50
3.00
15.00
3,707.11
38.00
55.00
2,087.55
166.88
28.00
1.00

j paid by the treasurer, were ordered

taken up. in proper form by warrant.
A representative of the Diessel Oil
Engine Co. was present and addressed
the councjl in the interest of his ma machinery.
chinery. machinery. :
There being yet much unfinished
business before the council, it was
deemed best to adjourn to another
date and the council thereupon ad adjourned
journed adjourned guntil next Tuesday night.

Ocala people who have been around

the state a good deal comment on the
short crop of tourists. They say there
are not "near so many this year as in

previous years.
Ex-Senator Albert J. Beveridge, at
present a visitor in Europe, is of the
opinion that wjiile Holland is decid decidedly
edly decidedly and stubbornly neutral, that the
people of that country have more
friendship for Germany than they
have for, Britain. They do not seem
to consider that any other two nations
are at war.

The Star is informed that in the
last few days, five consulting en

gineers have been in the city to in

terview members of the council in re regard
gard regard to the new electric plant. All

represent big firms. 1

If Mr. Wenzel will kindly inform
the Star wherein its comments on his

letter was disrespectful, the Star will
apologize to him. The Star doesn't
approve of horse racing on the public

streets, let alone the sidewalks, but it

has not been able to secure any testi testimony
mony testimony that any such practice has been

witn tne statement tnat one con-

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supplies furnished $14,578,000 worth
of such material in 1914 alone, the
Memphis. (Tenn.) Commercial Appeal
very reasonably argues that the 'cry
that the church is losing popularity
with the people is not well founded.
The Commercial Appeal says:
Many ministers have deplored the
falling off of church membership, and

various reasons have been assigned
for it. -, i.
Different people have expressed dif different
ferent different views. The fact that religion
has seemed to have lost its potent
power to crowd the churches has been
admitted by some and has been de denied
nied denied by others. ;
Figures do not indicate that relig religion
ion religion has lost its influence. On the
other hand they show that there is a
steady and growing interest in the re religious
ligious religious work of the country.
The skeptic would do well not to
argue in this wise to the steel manu manufacturer,
facturer, manufacturer, to the coal operator of the
railroad president. They all know

that the deadest thing in this country
is anything but the business of soul-

saving, isiiiy sunaay is s receiving

$5,000 a week and his expenses for
preaching in Philadelphia, and the

ring of i the hammer can be heard in

all parts of the country on new

churches in the course of construc

tion. If these churches were to re

main empty there would be -no occas occasion
ion occasion for their construction. The mere
fact that people are willing and anx

ious to do their part toward building
a church is indicative of the fact that

they want a home of religion of their

own, a church which they are person personally
ally personally interested in and can attend.
Take the figures of one specific
business for illustration. The Amer American
ican American contractor, a journal devoted to
the building trade, in a recent issue,

announced that in 1906 a certain man

ufacturing industry supplies builders
of churches with material amounting
to $5,632,000, and in 1914 material

amounting to $14,0 a,uuu was supplied-for
church construction work

exclusively.

This looks not like a falling off in
religious interest. Such a remarkable

showing speaks more emphatically

than any other orator can.
So long as man lives there will be a
never-ending interest and faith in re

nd receive the royal seal.

"By the order of

"John A. Hewlett

"Royal Vizier.
"H. N. Sasnett, "Secretary.?
The temple was met by the Ocala
votaries and a large bunch of tyros at
the depot and driven through the
streets in the handsome new limousine
owned by the cduhty, after which they
were taken to the royal, palace located,
at the Ocala House and fed on manna
and ambrosia by Mine Host Long, and
washed the dust of the long journey

from the oasis of Jacksonville from
their throats with the waters of Zem Zem-Zems
Zems Zem-Zems cooling wells. (

An interesting t f parade will take

place at 4:30 this afternoon.

Following are the D. O. K. K. dig dignitaries
nitaries dignitaries who arrived at noon:
R. V., Walter S. Russell G. E.; Joe
Sherouse; sheik, James Douglas;
mahedi, G. E. Muriel; secretary, H. N.
Sasnett; treasurer, W. C. West;
satrap, W. B. Coker; sahib, R. C. Mil Miller;
ler; Miller; escorts, L. F. Brothers and J. A.
Hewett; Joe, James Douglas; keeper
of the inner veil, J. C. Martz; Mokan Mokanna,
na, Mokanna, Ed Williams; brigands, B. Hirsch,

George Miller, H. Segall, M. H. Bent Bent-ley,
ley, Bent-ley, H. J. Frank, F. M. Barker, R. B.

Webster L. Harrison, C. M. Dicker Dicker-son,
son, Dicker-son, A. i. Buchy, H. A. Meister.

Total collections $11,701.15
Bal on hand Jan. 1, 1915. 8,082.59

351.00
13.40
29.70
45.80

342.18
101.44
272.23
108.75

Total ......$19,783.74
Warrants Drawn Uurihg January,
Salaries, officers, clerks, etc.$ 700.00

Police department:
Salaries . .............
Witness fees and costs. .
Feed for prisoners ......
Sundry expense . . .
Street department:
Labor ... . . . .-
Feed...
Sundry expense ........
Surveying . ......
Sanitary department:
Labor and expense
Feed . , .
Health department
Market
Contingencies . .......
Claim adjusted
Pound expense
Sidewalk construction .
Fire department:
Salaries .
Feed .
Supplies and repairs
Sundries . ........
Equipment . .........
E. L. Dept.
Water works department

Labor

Fuel ....
Sundries .
Refunds .

EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION

Of Marion County will ..Meet, at the
Ocala High School Saturday
The Marion County Educational
Association will hold its regular
monthly meeting in the Ocala high
school study hall at 10 a. ml, Feb. 6.
A full attendance is desired.'

CLEAN MONEY PREFERRED

' Editor Star: It is safe to say that
any one who has read the history of
the Standard Oil Co., written by Ida
M. Tarbell, whose statements we have
never seen questioned except by John
D. himself, will give a hearty amen to
your answer to C. H. Voorhees.

Yours for clean money,
353.99: W P Kin

Villiston, Fla., Jan. .30.

101.431

173.41
.50
477.99
850.00
73.89
1,356.00
' 315.00
39.63
18.60
62.56
500.00
2,894.35
531.87
846.73
154.61
11.14

OYSTER SUPPER FRIDAY NIGHT

The ladies of the Kendrick W. C. T.
U. will serve oytsers at the home of
Mr;;. C. H. Shaw, in 'Zuber, Friday
n;:;ht of this week, February 5th. A
larjYc attendance is desired. A cordial
welcome to all. Come and bring your
friends. .

OITOMANS MAKING
NOT MUCH ADVANCE

Columns from Syria Slow in Reaching
Suez Canal
Cairo, Feb. 4, Daily skirmishes

OCALA PEOPLE AT SANFORD

Among the representatives of Ocala
at Sanford today are Messrs. T. T.
Munroe, D. S. Woodrow, T. E. Bridges

and W. W. Clyatt in Mr. Munroe's car,

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Ditto, Mrs. Mamie

Fox. Mrs. P. V. Leavensood, Miss

Gladys Drake, Mr. C. L. Fox and
Frank Ditto, Jr., in Mrs. Fox and Mr.
Dittos cars, Mr. Z. C. Chambliss and
several friends in his car, Mr. D. S.
Welch and family in their car,' Mrs.
Ed. Carmichael, Mr. and Mrs. John
Spencer, Messrs. Don Mclver and
George Blitch in Mr. Carmichael's
car, and several others whose names
we did not obtain.

Total warrants drawn. .$10,726.20

Disbursed by City Treasurer During'
January. 1915

General fund'..' 5,325.05 j between the Turks and British along
Electric l'ght fund ........ 2,577.11 the Suez canal are reported, but the
Water works fund ..1 1,471.10 1 main body of the arinies has not yet

Balance on Hand February 1, 1915

General fund ; 5,490.40

reached the canal.

Bond interest fund

Sinking 'fund
Electric light fund
Water works fund
Water works bond fund.

400.59

1845.33
1,687.45
899.27
87.39

(Accounted for as follows,

as per treasurer s report,;
In Munroe & Chambliss Na National
tional National Bank
In Seaboard National Bank.
Interest coupons heretofore
paid .
Interest coupons now turned
in ..
Sinking fund at interest. .
Cash items

$10,410.48

ALABAMA GOVERNOR AND
SENATE CANT ACJREE
Montgomery, Feb. 4. The governor
today vetoed the senate anti-liquor
shipping and anti-liquor advertising
bills, declaring they were unconstitutional.

475.00
776.07
' 17.68

The editorial sanctum of the Star
has something real pretty in it to todaya
daya todaya bunch of lovely roses from the
garden of Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk at
Arden. Mrs. Sistrunk takes delight
and has good fortune in raising beau beautiful
tiful beautiful flowers, and her friends are often
the recipients of her bounty in these
most fragrant gifts.

$10,410.48
Outstanding Scrip, Feb. 1, 1915
General fund 1,014.55
Electric light fund . . 417.49
Water works fund4 73.25

Valentines at The Murray Company.

Respectfully submitied,
H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.

All bills properly approved were or-

dered paid as far as finances would
permit.
The reading of the amendments to
charter as proposed to be ratified by

G4I'I Mr. H. S. Sasnett, secretary of Mo Mo-"
" Mo-" j harrum Temple, D. O. K. K., arrived
2,709.00 j in the city last night from Jackson

ville, to make the paths straight for
the illustrious potentate and other dig dignitaries
nitaries dignitaries of the order, who arrived to today.
day. today. Accompanied by Mr. Charles
Goddard, Mr. Sasnett visited most of
the Knights of Pythias in town this
morning and strengthened the waver wavering
ing wavering resolution of those to whom the
vision of the burning sands have giv given
en given cold feet.

The Postal Telegraph Cos line
force is in town and is putting in
call boxes in prominent business
houses. One of the boxes is in the
Star's editorial room. ..:



OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1915

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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
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li you nave any ltcziis iui utio
Rutland-Smith:
Qf interest to the relatives and
friends of the bride in this section
"will be the following condensed ac account
count account taken from the detail descrip description
tion description of the wedding of Miss Rutland
and Mr, Smith in the Times yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: V; '.i-'.' ;
Today at noon one of the prettiest
and most impressive wedding cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies which hasf been solemnized in
. the city in sohie time was that of

Miss Jonnie Rutland and Prof. Henry
( L. Smith;1 which "took ; place at the
( nandsome home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
F. Himes, South Delaware and Inman
avenues Suburb Beautiful. The bride,
who is one of Tampa's most talented
and attractive young women, was un

usually f charming in her traveling
suit of dark blue chiffon broadcloth.
ifer blouse was of blue satin, trimmed
"with chiffon and shadow lace and but buttons,
tons, buttons, and she wore a chic little French
hat, all inl!lueVThe bridal bouquet
was a magnificent shower of y tide's
roses, valley lilies and fern, tied with
: long loops of white. The groom's gift
to the bride was a beautiful diamond
set platinum lavallier, which she wore.
' Mr. and Mrs. Smith left on the noon
train for their future home in Bloom Bloom-ington,
ington, Bloom-ington, Ind., where Mr. Smith is. a
professor in the university. Mrs.
Smith has made Tampa her home for
a number "of years, and during that
time has "won a large number of de devoted
voted devoted and admiring friends. Prof.
Smith is a very brilliant man, stand standing
ing standing high in his profession, and the ro romance
mance romance which was happily culminated
this morning began at Columbia Uni University,
versity, University, New York from which uni university
versity university both Mr." and Mrs. Smith have
taken degrees.- r
After a pleasant visit to her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Seymour,'
and other relatives and friends in
Ocala, Mrs. Susie Macpherson left, to
day for Cincinnati, where she, is in
terested in a large, millinery estab establishment.
lishment. establishment. Her Ocala friends hope to
see her again in a few. months.
Mr. arid Mrs. J. O. Wilkes have
just welcomed a handsome new boy
baby to their home, f .Mr. Wilkes says
he is going to brinfthe boy up to .be
a good Odd Fellow, find that his name
will be J. Lawson Vilkes.
s. -
Miss-SaraAgnew-raTne lop from
Lake Weir this morning -for a visit to
her Ocala friends.
.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Bailey have been
called to Hogansville, Ga., by news of
the severe sickness of a relative.
Mr. J. M. Meffert couldn't go to the
Seminole County Fair, but he sent his
big car, in which were Mr. Clarence
Meffert and Miss Mabel, Mr. George
Meffert and Mrs. Byron Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Luff man en
tertained a small party last even evening
ing evening in honor, of their house guest,
Miss Estelle, Merrell, of Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Mabry Sumner and
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Snow, who have
been making their home at the Arms
house, have rented Mrs. Foy's .cot
tage on Sanchez street and gone to
housekeeping. v
Miss Ida Sanders is expected to ar
rive in Ocala shortly from Woodford,
S. C, for an extended visit to her
uncle and aunt, Ma j. and Mrs. L. T;
Izlar.- ; -
Miss Mary Wyatt Galbraith of Gal-
braith Springs,: Hgni
. will arrive
for a several
weeus visit to jail
. Mrs. G. K. Robinson pleasantly en entertained
tertained entertained the Thursday two table auc auction
tion auction club this afternoon.
Miss Carrie Frazier of Detroit,
Mich., is the guest for some time of
Mrs. C. L. Gamsby.
Mrs. S. G. Moyers of Tampa has
written another movie picture play
entitled "Two Sentences" and it prom
ises to rival the popularity of "When
Queenie Came Back," a picture com comedy
edy comedy by the same anthor. Financially
the "Two Sentences" is a greater suc success
cess success than the other. The friends of
Mrs. Moyers in Ocala congratulate

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and his ushers Messrs. Tom!

vicpi cineiit, wan pmne iuu
her warmly on her productions and
are anxiously awaiting the date when
they will be shown at the Temple.
Trantham-Bullock Wedding. Plans
The marriage of Miss Josephine
Van Bullock and Mr. Thomas Sim Simmons
mons Simmons Trantham of Tallahassee will
be a beautiful society event taking
place at the Presbyterian church on
the evening of February 25th, at. 9,
o'clock. Dr. W. H. Dodge of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville will officiate.
The bride's sister, Miss Musie Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, will be maid of honor and the
bridesmaids will be Miss Gertie Pey Peyser,
ser, Peyser, Bliss Minnie Stovall, Miss Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Sistrunk, Miss Omera Holloway
of Tallahassee, Miss Lelia Wood of
Birmingham, Ala., and the matrons of
honor Mrs. Walter Green of Plant
City and Mrs. C. E. Ahern.
; Mr. Trantham will have as his best
man, Mr. M. L. Mershon, and his
groomsmen, Messrs. Dale M. Mabry,
Tampa; Fred Cason, -Miami; Phil
May, Quincy; Julian Bullock and Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Bullock, the latter a brother of
the bride.
Completing the bridal party will be
little Miss Mildred Bullock, flower
girl; Master Carlos Bullock,, ring
bearer; Masters Clifford Bullock,
Hardy Croom, cushion bearers; Misses
Frances Mclver, Iyia Waterman, Car Caroline
oline Caroline and Babette Peyser, Marion
Hunter and Cornelia Dozier, ribbon
girls. v
Mrs. D. E. Mclver will preside at
the pipe organ. The nuptial songs
will be rendered by Mrs. Leon Fishel,
Mrs. H. M. Hampton and Miss Musie
Bullock.
Miss Bullock will be entertained at
a long series of parties prior to her
marriage. 1
Mcintosh Will Play the Wildcats
Saturday afternoon at 3:30 the Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh basketball team will play the
Wildcats, the Ocala high school team,
on the basket ball grounds at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp.
An admission of 15 and 25 cents will
e charged.
wo weeks ago the Mcintosh team
on its home ground, lost a double
header to the Wildcats and the game
Saturday promises to be a hard fought
ne. The public is invited to attend:
For Miss Bullock
Honoring Miss Josephine Bullock,
Mrs. J. D. Robertson will entertain at
auction Wednesday afternoon at her
home on Oklawaha avenue, her invi -tation
list including many friends. On
Thursday Miss Minnie Stovall will be
hostess to a pretty luncheon at the
Harrington Hall, complimenting Miss
Bullock.
i Miss Dorothy Schreiber will enter entertain
tain entertain the members of her auction club
Saturday afternoon, the meeting hav having
ing having been changed from Tuesday, the
regular day, so as not to cnfiict with
other parties.
, Mrs. Mary A. Frost is ill with
pneumonia at her home on W. Broad Broadway,
way, Broadway, the news of which will be receiv received
ed received with regret by friends.
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the Methodist church will meet to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
church.
Mrs. J. B. Loyal and daughter, Miss
Bernice Cramer, of Savannah, Ga., are
guests of Mrs. LoyaPs sister, Mrs. H.
S. Minshall.
Y, The study class of the Woman's
Club will meet tomorrow afternoon at
3:15 o'clock at the club house. A full
attendance is desired so : as to decide
upon the studies to take up next.
Mr. and Mrs. Potts and Mr. Ed
Weathers of Oldtown were visitors
today. v : ..
:
Miss Nina Anderson and Mr. W. W.
Thomas will be married this evening
at 7 o'clock at the First Presbyterian
church in Tampa, the bride's father,
Rev. J. G. Anderson of Gainesville, of -ficiatii..
Miss Anderson will be at attended
tended attended by her sister, Miss Fanny An Anderson
derson Anderson as maid of honor, and sister-in-law,
Mrs J. G. Anderson, Jr., as
matron of honor. Mr. Thomas will
have as his best man, Mr. Otto Hen-

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Stewart, Tod Gillett, Frank Dickens
and Frank Davies. Much interest is
centered about this wedding. Miss!

Anderson and Mr. Thomas and their!
attendants are well known in Ocala.
Mrs. Hickman Entertained at Auction
? At the home of her daughter, Mrs.
L. R. Chazal, Mrs. Napoleon Hickman
was hostess yesterday afternoon to a
charmingly appointed auction party,
entertaining sixteen players and a
few special friends who do not play
cards.
Cut roses adorned the rooms where
the four tables were placed and the
tallies bore pretty woodland scenes.
Mrs. Munroe made top score, winning
a handsome cracker and cheese dish.
Miss Minnie Gamsby was awarded
the second prize, an5 attractive pin
cushion and Mrs. Robinson the con
solation trophy, a useful and dainty
traveling sewing set. j
At the conclusion of the games de-f
licious refreshments were served con-j
sisting of turkey salad, olives, pickled
peaches, hot rolls, salted almonds and j
coffee. ... r.
Mrs. Hickman was assisted in en-
tertaining by Mrs. Chazal and MrS.!
Crook."' ;"' I
Those who were auction guests of
Mrs. Hickman were Mrs. Emily
Green, Mrs. M. G. Chambers, Mrs. C.
L. Gamsby, Miss Minnie Gamsby,
Miss Frazier, Miss Louise Gamsby,
Mrs. F. T. Schreiber, Mrs. E. J. Crook,
Mrs. Christian Ax, Mrs. G. K. Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, Mrs. T. T. Munroe, .Miss Meta;
Jewett, Mrs. J. J. Gerig, Miss Emily;
Stotesbury, Mrs. C. S. Cullen, Mrs.
Chazal, and the t following "joined the ;
players late: Mrs. W. S. Bullock, Mrs.
H. F. Watt, Mrs. Julia S. Haisley,
Mrs. H. H. Harold and Mrs. G. S. J
Scott. ": .' ; j
Eastern Star Sewing Circle
Mrs. H. A. Kramer was the charm charming
ing charming hostess of the Eastern Star sew sewing
ing sewing circle Wednesday afternoon. Aft After
er After the busy hour with needles, Mrs.
Kramer, assisted by Mrs. F. W. Cook,
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe and Mrs. L. E.
Yonce served severah kinds of i cake
and coffee.
Miss Adelaide Richardson, eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. G. Rich Richardson
ardson Richardson of Gainesville and Mr. W. J.
Morrow, were married yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at the Methodist f church in
Gainesville. The young r couple have
many, friends ; in Marion, county, who
extend congratulations. ..Messrs. Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert M Younglove and Austin A. .Mil .Miller,
ler, .Miller, who are well known invOcala, were
members of the wedding party.
The following composed a congenial
party picnicking last evening at Lake
Weir, Mr. and; Mrs. Jack Camp, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.
I. F. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor,
Mrs. R. C. Camp, Misses Mamie Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Bessie MacKay, Messrs. W. D.
Taylor and R. L. Anderson, Jr. Sup Supper
per Supper was eaten at the MacKay's and
dancing enjoyed at the Taylor dock.
.
Good Work Done by the Children's
- Home
At the annual meeting of the Child Children's
ren's Children's Home Society of Florida, held
in Jacksonville, January 28th, Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent Marcus C. Fagg reported
that 959 homeless and needy children
had come under the care and atten attention
tion attention of the society during the past
year of 1914, this number being the
largest number of children ever re referred
ferred referred to the society for aid in all its
history. These children were refer referred
red referred to the society from every section
of Florida and represented all creeds
and races except colored. A good fam fam-ly
ly fam-ly home was secured for every orphan
and homeless child and others were
sent to special, schools, hospitals
boarding homes and .were provided
with the care and attention most
needed.
Practically $28,000 was spent in
providing for these 959 little ones, an
aeverage of more than $28 per child.
The society closed the year free from
Virginia Style
Smoked Hams
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
!Phone34

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There's no halfway business in drugs; either they are fresh and pur
and perform the functions for which they are intended; or, they are old
and harmful, and the patient would be better off without them. Give us an
opportunity to prove to you that we live up to our motto by requesting
your physician to leave your next prescription with us. v
Our line of Toilet articles and patent medicines of recognized merit
will be found complete.
When you want a cool refreshing drink call and let us serve you at
our Sanitary Fountain. Here, as in our drug department, only pure fresh
ingredients are used.
.AmfS-MoimopoHy Ppegj Sflorc
J. G. PARRISH, Proprietor
Phone 123 Ocala, Florida

j I can furnish a limited quantity of EjiCfra Select
Tom Walson Seed taken from melons weighing
40 to 60 pounds each. These seed have been carefully
selected for a number of years and are guaranteed
pure strain, the best in Georgia. Write me for prices.
.H. W. JOHNSON, Albany, Ga.

debt and expects to do even greater
work for Florida's little ones in need
during 1915, and appeals now to the
good people of Florida to send in mon money,
ey, money, clothing, food etc., to help in the
continuance of the great workgen workgenerally
erally workgenerally to be Florida's greatest charity.
The work is supported entirely by
free-will donations and has provided
for thousands of little ones
in its
..
twelve years of work.
Judge W. H. Baker, of Jacksonville,
was elected president for 1915; Frank
G. Johnson, secretary; R. V.' Coving Covington,
ton, Covington, treasurer; and Marcus C. Fagg,
was re-elected as state superintend superintendent.
ent. superintendent. Forty other prominent men of
Florida were elected as directors for
1915.
The state headquarters for the work
are located at 361 St. Jams Duilding,
where applications for children will be
gladly received, and also donations of
money.; The state receiving home home-in
in home-in which no child is jiept' permanent permanently
ly permanently is located at 1944 Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville, where the children may
be visited every day between 3 and
5 p. m. Everybody in Florida is in invited
vited invited to come and see what this great
organization is doing.
ASKS FOR INFORMATION
, Citra, Fla., Feb. 1st, 19lS.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary Board of
Trade, Ocala, Fla.
My dear Sir: I write to inquire
what action has been taken by the
Marion County Board of Trade with
reference to the electric light propo proposition
sition proposition made by the Florida Power Co.
The impression gained by me in the
matter is that at least some of our of officials
ficials officials are opposed to it. But as our
organization is a county organization,
I am anxious to know if the proposi proposition
tion proposition has been considered from that
point of view.
Ocala is peculiarly a county center.
It receives its support from its sur surrounding
rounding surrounding territory and such territory
depends upon it as its political, busi business
ness business and banking center, so that the
interests of all are one.? I believe this
has been the. idea of the Board of
Trade in making the organization a
county one. As the county prospers
and grows, so will Ocala prosper and
grow, and I do not believe you ser seriously
iously seriously expect much development in
Ocala except as the surrounding ter territory
ritory territory develops.
Now, I have been reliably informed
that the company making the proposi proposition
tion proposition to Ocala, will, upon securing the
Ocala business, follow this up by en endeavoring
deavoring endeavoring to supply power to points
outside. You, of course, have this
same information.
There is practically no point in the
county, outside of Ocala, where it
would be a fianncial or business prop proposition
osition proposition to provide its own electricity.
To be furnished with it, at a reasona reasonable
ble reasonable rate, would be of immense benefit
to those requiring power; and, as you
know, there is much of this and that
these industries are of great benefit to
Ocala and their communities.
It seems to me that, if the board

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would take this matter up that they
could practically secure the benefit ofj
electrical supply to most of the point3
in the county.
Our county is not building up as
fast as it should, or as fast as other
counties with less advantage are.
Should we not try and secure all ad advantages
vantages advantages we can and would it not be
I l .1 A A i
H01 a uisunct aavaniage n in our
smaller towns we could have electric electricity?
ity? electricity? I am not familiar with the proposi proposition
tion proposition made by the Florida Power Co. or
whether it would be possible for Ocala
to accept it, or whether it is a fair
one; but it seems to me that part of
the consideration that could be given
! to it would be the opportunity to have
j our county the best so far as elec-
trical service is concerned. And I do
not believe you will but agree with
me that this will be of great benefit
to the county and to Ocala.
I. trust you will pardon my writing
an open letter, and if you choose" you
can reply likewise.
Very truly,
4-1 1 II. T. Borland.
GEORGE IF. M ANSON
Mr.'G. F. Manson, a former citizen
of Electra, died January Cth at the
Soldiers' Home,, Logus Maine. He
was a veteran of the Civil war and
was eighty-four years old.
AUTOS DAY AND NIGHT
By calling phones 251 or 516 you
can get auto service at all hours; re responsible
sponsible responsible chauffeurs and charges rea reasonable.
sonable. reasonable. Van Boney, Owner. 1-5-tf
Globe-Wernicke supplies at The
Murray Company. St
Same old price, seven loaves for 25
cents for everybody, at Heintz's Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. 28-tf
Ask your dealer for- a "Tampa
Club" cigar, if you want a good
smoke made at home. 1 2-Gt
Valentines at The Murray Company.
Rexall liver salts put vim into lazy
livers. Your money back if they don't.
Gerig's Drug Store. tf.
Mclver fi MacKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EIBAUIERS
Fine Caskcls and Curia! Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-mers
mers Embal-mers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER 104
a V. ROBERTS 205
Undertaking Office .15



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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1915

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A Great Big Bargain in M ax well Roadsters
One Model 22 Horse, Perfect Condition, New
Tires and Tubes and recently overhauled.
One Model 1913, 25 Horse Power, New Tires and
Tubes.
Neither has been driven 10,000 miles.

Apply all Ster-.Offli
Phone 51

W. C. T. U. ENTERTAINMENT
AT KENDRICK

BELLEVIEW W. C. T. U.

At our January meeting we had aj

Sunday afternoon the children of j series of Bible readings on Sabbath

the Zuber and Kendrick Sunday
schools united in giving a most excell-

observance, conducted by Mrs.. Bryant,

superintendent of that department. At j

ent temperance entertainment at the j this time we decided to Hold two pub-:
church in Kendrick. The church had ; lie meetings in February. A "Mother's;
been beautifully decorated with crene Meeting," at the home of Mrs. Field-

paperfruit and flowers, and W. C. T4. j inr on the second Tuesday, conducted;
U. .penants and banners. by ?rs. Weihe, superintendent of that!

Under the careful and efficient train- i department, to which all mothers are

;ing of Mrs. Davis and'Mrs. Shaw, as- J cordially invited. We will also invite;
j sisted by several ladies of the Ken- j some girls to entertain any small ;
I drick union, the children had been children, the mothers may wish to

trained to take entire charge of the

j program. The church was filled al al-I
I al-I most to its full capacity when the
schools marched in from the rear and
up the two aisles, each one bearing
a flag and formed a solid mass in
front while they sang their opening

WILBUR W. C. SMITH

Funeral Director anc

Embalmer

With
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Furniture and
Undertakers :

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

219 WEST BROADWAY

j bring with them. The Willard Memo- i
i rial meeting will be held February
: 17th.

I Our superintendent of contest work,!

Mrs. Sullivan, has held four silver;.;
medal contest among the boys. Those j
winning medals are Harry Harrell,

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says Mrs. Sylvahia. Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in
writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's
tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use
Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill "me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of Cardui, 1 began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mill.
I wish every suffering woman would give

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a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad,
and it always does me good."
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, wom-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman womanly
ly womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's
tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years. j

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song, "Vote for Prohibition," then

marching to their seats which had
been reserved for them. The follow following
ing following program was rendered in a man manner
ner manner which was most creditable to the
ones taking part:
Opening Song, Vote for Prohibition:
Schools. v
Reading, 23rd Paslm: Mary Sim Simmons.
mons. Simmons.
Prayer: Alzee Lyles.
Recitation; Marvin Livingston.
Recitation: Neta Lyles.
Recilation: Sunshine Class; Blanche
Sutton, Enthee Sutton, Edith Blair,
Leslie Rawls, Clinton Livingston7"and
Savis Lyles.
Recitation, The Spider Web: Lle Llewellyn
wellyn Llewellyn Olin.
Recitation: Fred Gunter.
Recitation : J. C. Rains.
Song, Little Teetotalers: The girls.
Reading, What Three Glasses of
Beer a Day will Buy in a Year: Blan Blanche
che Blanche Atkinson.
, Recitation, The Loyal Legion .True:
Carrie Gunter, Birdie Bostic and Lena
Parker.
Song, Lee andLincolii Beys: All the
boys.
Recitation, When I am a Man: Eu Eugene
gene Eugene Livingston.
Recitation: Angie Guthrey.
Recitation: Edna Waters.
Recitation: Bessie Finley.
Recitation, The Flag: Earl Rains
and Ruby Spencer.
Dialogue, Prohibition Gifts, with the
following cast:
Prohibition, Amanda Spencer.
Flowers, Lillian Livingston.
MusicMabel Perry.
Cornet, Hadley Shaw.
Money, Charlie Turner.
Essay, Theodore Whitehead.
Silver Medal, Earl Turnipseed.

L. T. Ls, Irene Perry with little j
girl and toy.

Self or A Loving Heart,
Brooks.
Closing Song, My Mother's
Ribbon.

James Fielding, Wilson Barrett and
John Han ell Jr.
All the class spoke at Belleview,
Candler, Ocala and Summerfield, those
who had won medals speaking while
the judges were out making their de decision,
cision, decision, thus sending forth much good
temperance and suffrage sentiment.
The boys are still going on with the
good work preparing for another con contest
test contest at Belleview and now the girls
are preparing for another and even
the matrons are thinking of having
one. Let the good work go on, and
help it along.
Mrs. Louis Weihe, Press Cor.

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COLDS AND CROUP IN CHILDREN

Many people, rely upon Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy implicitly in cas cases
es cases of colds and croup, and it never
disappoints them. Mrs. E. H. Thomas
of Logansport, Ind., writes: "I have
found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to be the best medicine for colds and
croup I have ever used, and never tire
of recommending it to my friends and
neighbors. I have always given it to
my children when suffering from
croup, and it has never failed to give
them prompt relief." For sale by all
dealers. Adv.

.LUJ W JULJJL MILL 1 iJJ

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Try to Be More Thankful.
Thankfulness is an unfailing spring

of happiness.' A thankful person is

never nbtiiiaily gninipy. Only un ungrateful
grateful ungrateful people are- incorrigibly sullen.
Even in a soiuber mood one can dis dissipate
sipate dissipate glocm by thinking of his mer mercies.
cies. mercies. If you think ycu can say "I
thank you" with a ery v;ry fac e, try
It. The act of pronouncing these words
pulls the face into a smile. Many of
us could increase the measure cf our
happiness by deepening our capacity
for gratitude.

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Is what we ive our

j& readers each and every

day of the year, except
Sundays.

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IT REALLY DOES

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Leone Everybody who is afilicted with
Rheumatism in any form should by all
s means keep a bottle of Sloan's Lini-

Whitejment on hand. The minute you feel j convinced.

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Ask the many users
of our advertising eoi eoi-ufnns
ufnns eoi-ufnns better still, try

them yourself and be

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The nastor..Rev. Pullen. then cave

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showing them the effect of alcohol on

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ITTs

IWNE 296

fucking and Storing

Shipping of Freight,

' Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

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We Sell
BEAVER BOARD
Superior to Plaster

or Ceiling in

-Quality or Price
1XVESJGATE.

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Proprietors,

pain or soreness in a joint or

bathe it with Sloan's Liniment.

not lub it. Sloan's penetrates almost j
immediately right to the seat of pain,!
releivin the hot, tender, swollen j
feeling and making the part easy and

Uiirt Kv,in Ki-r oirinn o rtrv i cr-ma comxoriaDie. uet a oottie oi bioan s

v.v- yjtt-.iii kj vy l.VUUtlt till Cig ill y j.

alcohol.

sr 25c of any diuict and

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have it in the house acrainst Colds. S A

j It being orphanage day the collec- j Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago,

f tion was given to the orphanatre' Sciatica and line ailments.

(fund. Julia Webb, Press Supt.

RECOGNIZED ADVANTAGES

Your

money tack u not at;sned. cut

does give almost instant relief. Buy
a bottle today, tues-thurs-fri-wkly.

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WOkK

You will find that" Chamberlain's
Cough Ilemedy has recognized advan-

jtages over most medicines in use for

v OverdslJcate.
It was in a small southwestern town
that the to- n council, which v, e infer

is Dccommsc unauiy aciicate. causea

coughs and colds, it does not sup-! r" .

Is carefully handled,
and promptly executed
in our. Job Department.
Send us your next order
and you will never re-

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j es it. It aids expectoration and opens

the secretions, which enables the sys system
tem system to throw off a cold. It counter counteracts
acts counteracts any tendency of a cold to re result
sult result iri pneumonia. It contains no
opium or other narcotics, and may be
given to a child as confidently as to
an adult. For sale by all drug
stores. Adv.

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I OCALA IROxM WORKS

STOCKHOLDERS

paper when a tax on dogs was im- ;
posed: "Tax on each dog male, one
dollar; vice versa, three dollars." j A

Harper's Magazine.

STOP THAT COUGH NOW

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
State, County and City Depository.

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PUT YOUR AD IN YHE STAR

When you catch Cold, or begin to
cough, the first thing to do is to take

I Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. It pene pene-t
t pene-t trates the linintrs of the throat and

MEETING i lungs and fights the germs of the dis-

lease, giving quick relief and natural
The annual meeting of the stock- j healing. "Our whole family depend
t , A i t ttt t mi on Pine-Tar-Honey for coughs and
holders of the Ocala Iron Works will ; Cold lvrites Mr. E. Williams. Ham-

be held, at the office of Mr. D. S. j iltonOhio. It always helps.4 25c at

Woodrow, in the Merchants' block, j your druggist, tues-thurs-fn-wkly.
Ocala, Fla., on Monday, the firsts
day of February, A. D. 1915, at 10 Bacon's Gcod Advice,
o'clock a. m., for the election orof-i. Let states that aim at greatness
ficers and for such other business asltake how their nobility and gen-
. . j try multiply too fast. In coppice
may regularly come before the meet- 1 ...
woods If you leave your staddles too
mg 1 thick you shall never have clean un-
Dated in Ocala, Fla., this 6th day j derwood, but-scrab and bushes.-Ba-

of January, A. D. 1915.
George MacKay, President.
Chas. E. Simmons, Sec'y. 14-thur

For information in re-

? gard to your vvants in
? anything you may need
in the printing line.

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OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Adv.

Dr. J. Walter Hood's new ofBce tele-

1 phone number is 284. 15-tf

"THE BEST LAXATIVE
THAT I KNOW OF."

"I have sold Chamberlain's Tablets
for several years. People who have
used them will take nothing else. I
can recommend them to my customers
as the best laxative and cure for con constipation
stipation constipation that I know of," writes Mr.
Frank Strouse, Fruitland, Iowa. For
sale by all dealers. Adv.

Real Economy.

j Economy also means that the fati
with a turkey wing income ought r
j to undertake to buy ostrich pluc
; hats for sir daughters who res:

washing dishes as drudgery and sli
ing the frying pan a disgrace. He
ton Post. I

On Saturday and Monday, j
pounds of sugar for $1, with one i
lar's worth of other groceries, j
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phona 42 :

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BELLEVJEW OTIC LEAGUE
WA CAHOOT A
mmm
xkrieryevr, Feb.
The- OrSe Lea-
acanta.. r- eo.
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cf th
Te me
t r.r 2. mo:
3 S
ier cf
las! present, nl y year
by tie 'ssm vsath
rstne tcataeti isras transacted as tr.e
:ry days Tc-e are
league was h-.Silr.. a. sapper In tie Lxe iareh instead cf FeL mry day
tvars EaU Next week ii the ann:al JIlss Bss-alle Smrdb spet se-rera
Don't Bny Tires Until il Is Necescry
are Repaired and Guaranteed bv le
eictifs of ziztzzri axd it is rjtt&i
All
I ires
attend, as It- is
- ii-er were a.,Mrjucs- 2. i-t
(Personally.) This is Not Hot Air
orransan-. a ins year tajF crei 24: Atzzjst oe Tccrrsrcsy mztit ana
FIVE YEARS EXPERIE
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OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY L ISIS

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C2.T3 iast wee as tr.e 2r-ie.it cf ilisses

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Frani H2Tnar.fi, tresirer, ad ZIrs. Lere- His daxt&r, Emes:.

the. W&;sa3g. Ob OcaTa Izst Sat Hrs- V. P. rilb ard Ilrs. SarajJ
crdaj,' ;Te ladles ef Ocala. are rzrj: Staler sisiud lira. C J. Grace, at?
pTKsd .cf tftetr resr cf: bsase arid 1 Erirt last Tbsrsdax ara2 Fridaj. S J
tLeyi-tsajsyrtU- be- .'lira HaTf!adr 3Irv Cedrfck Sbs& -anss a-feufrtS3lJ

Ss:Te a sue report el tee KLeetir asc.TasSor to MiIIistC2 ferscay, w-Z twerf.
cas.2&t tpak. .tco HgJ'j cf the re- to talce sc neat ta il-e c&M atc?ragsi
cept5ss acesrdd taeis. 3Ir3- W.- H-t- Mr- llaxj Adarss atterdai a party

Jenr.ir.jf, state, prsaidjefit, rzqzssZ&d', z.t Aredoisda Frifay mg!st-

tEat three or fbsr c&pies cf the Httle: llr. C SL Carry isnss shoppies' in,
.pcrs .cesjpesed ty 2fr2- Jsr.e 2Icr- Ilkarpy Friday aftenaGis-' f
,ri3 be let t5 ber-t t .. isjTted Ker, Geo. -Hendencrs, wife and three-;
the. Ffedsratica colrr cf th psper3,f childrs cf WExstcs, were gt&rts cf f

1$ tTcrcsacr rarldlr Atr tie m-. Her- K.er IiTHcn cczzzt&d services

"THE TIRE MAN

Acsnf Fcr Floli anc! Firestos Tires
Next to Express Office N. Main St Ocala, Florida.

? AIIHIVAI AJSI DEPARTURE
, OF TRAET55 AT OCALA

Atlantic Coast Unc

No.

jreribeTS earpact to cccspy the ttald-'asd wj"m:th. his- fan3y a gsst tor'" r"

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CM FIlfflilsL 01

' lfr and Sin-' D- B. Zetrcssr

np 'cfcSdrea arid .Jliss Atie .-b-to-xes, c

ilu fSh2als attsrdad services here Sunday i

IZZT j arjd rere grc-ests to dstner cf 2-Irs- C

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5, Jacijcsrille to Leesiars'

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No. 2C Leesirg' to JacisorLfiL'e

Peter

Petersburg to Ja-rlsoz-

225 a. n.

2:

JaeisSTille to St. Peters-;

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1LASOSIC JJOVGE H, Gerry- t

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ts Ti'itisr ilis ScaHe Snlth this:

No.

l& J2CSL53S

A- IL, EMeu en tha 2rst asd thlr5
Thsrsdaj eirez-cE cl es.ch not::b a!
7rSCi o'clock t;ntfl farther r-oti.e.
A- EL EzxzAii
Ja.:.e Broils, Secretary- Ad
ORDEH OF EASTERN STAR

. ta& TtrsXim Sr-.t IfsfT TT'ferr-l

cs ar.d llessrav Ceirark:'- Ssiitli and J f" -7EI:e
WMtehsrst were guests' to dls-i? 45; Oca.
rv r. r- c&t. Leaves, 2j p. o.

No. 140, Ocala to Palatka :IO p.
No. 141, Palitka to Orala 10:j

Ocala Chapter, No. 2, O. E. S

ceets at YcagSf ha!! the seeosd 225 ? to treat his- threat

3 TT r T

Sir.. Garere Sciith left for Gair.es-. .r-
Tfiie Saturday, where. Dr. DePass is nTff j J" ..

sostSs at o'clock

esc

: ter, lliss Lena, arsd Mr. a'nd llrs. Ear:- lt7

1 dai arc! c&iidreis.' cl ictineser, aer;a-. f

r ed ccrcn cere Sosday. 1 i
i Sirs. J. O.Ty3oaaxsd daughter spestrf4;7- r f
:-.r. -..,1 if n. 4 o- 0a to Wilcox S:10 at

"GIhb;r:s, rear Archer.

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S:4 a- m.. Tsesiay. ThirsdiT

No. 22 f Sucnjilni) LaielarLd

OJJJD JI3LLOWS

Talsla Lcd?e No. 22. L O. O. F
tretj :s li:reS''Hail erery Taesfaj
ee-Ig at I o'cTc. A varci weJ weJ-corse
corse weJ-corse alTajs eTtesded. to iitzg
hrethrer. J- D. 7IIief, N. : G.

. Ia, Ccrt, Secretary.

2lr- and 3drs- EaT rt lisersixjos- ct

Palatka, are' the greats of Mrs. V. P.
Srrdtb this reek." .. '

COXCOKDIA IjOnGTZ Y. U. OF .L.

HOW TO PREVENT
BILIOUS ATTACKS

Cc-ffifrg events cast their shadow:

cri .zerja. ze.is iu iiati ; Let ore, inis is e2ciaiiy irss &.
t- ilif ec4rs Tlinriday ii nl hll.ms attacks. Tccr appetite will; I P- rs-

cach most!-.. -..'Geo.-1. Taylor. F. M. fa2, yon 'will fee! .doll ard Iargaid-I- No. 2. T
'C&aaL'.K.;Sas9, Secren- Ad if vca are subl-sct to tSios attacks "ni.

rs, Monday, -TVedseaiay and Friday.!
'No. 150, Wileox to Ocala 3:4S s.
S3-, Mcsday, Wednesday and Frfiay. I

Seaboard, Air line
No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa
1:50 a. hl.
No. 2, Jacksonville to Tampa Ar Arrive,
rive, Arrive, 12:43 p. m; leave 1:18.

Jacksonville to Tampa

am pa to JacksonTill, 2:25

No. i, Tampa to Jackson rille Ar-

'take three cf Chamberlain's Tablets

Frtt fff?'r!ami Zr 14 ?-p at I the attack" 'may he' warded C-2T. For;inve 1 P- teaTC A J P- m-

tr-'r i ftii 7.?i sale Lv all dealers. Adv. : No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville

coiid'-'axd'fojith Friday. Vi!t!s?l : ' .-4:10 p. m.
verelms are alxar -e!Qis- STANDING C03I3IITTEES 'Ocala Noi thern

J. W. Lamar, a C- I OF THE CTTT COUNCIL I SoJ 71 Arrives Iran Palatkj
-. 53, Sage, 'Clerk. .- j FOR THE YEAR 1915 11:30 a. m.
trr t. I I -No. 72 Leaves Ocala for Palat)

. A. -9 .-. I'
x ; l Ftnance j at 1:15 p.

Re-gjlar

Chapter No.

r-v:iitlcns of the Ocala
13, R. A. -M., on the

.foartSs Fndar -sa eejy month

. p. in. ii. a. v essoxiy ul vv i

Jake Erojcn, SecretaryT

D. W. TcrspMns, J. J. Gerigr, II. 2.

xioezs

Jcdidary'

Geo- A. Naih, W. A, Knight, H. A...;

KNIGHI.m or PYTHIAS

COLDS ARE OFTEN f
3IOST SERIOUS-TOP f
POSSIBLE C03IPLI CATIONS

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Ocala Lodsre No. 13. Ccnvesiion!

crsdsj at 7:20 p. o.,-at i A.-.ash

held eTeiyvj.1

Casie. Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore,- A cordial welcome to viv
itinsr brothers.

Charles Geddard, C. C

CJ T.

Ad

OCA HI JLOIX

'LTrt rff

B..P. O. E.t

pansett. h The disregard for a cold has often
I Street : bronzht manr a regret. The fact of

M. J. Boess, D. W. Tompkins, Geo. Sneezing, CcjghL:?, or a Fever should j
. i t?e vraramg enongii tnat your system

: needs immediate attention. Certain-
ly Loss of Sleep is most serious. It I
q is man's dnty to himself to assist by f
doing his part. Dr. King's Nesv Dis- j
: covery is based cn a scientific analy-f
- sis of Colds. &0c at yonr

Bay a bottle today, tues thrs-fri-WAy,

Cemetery
John Ulcere, Zl Rcess,

Fire

J. J. Gerig, H. A. Faaset

W.

AJk. 4 x

Police'-

Oeals Loc!?'e No. 2&6. Benevolent!

and Protectee Order of Elks, meet W. A, Knight, Geo. A." Nash, X
the secoai asl foartli'.'&iesday eres'j Smith.

A.

C.

:o BJofII iY Sea"

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lags In each msnth. Visiting breth

ren "al trays 'welcome

opposite
L. W.

foto2!ce, east
DiVii S. Willi

iisr.ey, secretary.

Clxio house s
l.ie. J
ms, E. R. I

Slarket

inercliant & Elinsrs Tnms. Co.

J. C. Smith, J. IL Meert, J. Jj

Gerii

LOYAI OIUJElt OF 3IUOSE

. Ocala; LoJge No. -6S, I. O.

zneets erery Thorsdaj at S:20 p.
Visiting bretLem always welcome jo
the lodge and dab house.. on 'Mag 'Magnolia
nolia 'Magnolia treev near postoSoo.
D. Roonej, Dictator.

Sanitary

! H. A. Fansett, Geo. A. Nash, D. W.
Tompkins.
i Building )

John Moore, H. A. Fansett, J. Cf
I Smith. I

Light and Water I
J. SL" ileffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.

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OCAL.1 TEMPLE

J. Gerig.

PTTHLVN SISTERS jjIE LIVER REGULATES ... ....

THE BODY A SLUGGISH
LIVER NEEDS CARE

Steamship Lines
Jaclisoxiville
to
Boston
Mew Yorli
Baltimore
-Wasbington
FMladelpMa

R003I AND RATH FOR A DOUL1R AND A HALF

(TfT R IT

A- TTTt1Ti
fr-Aitliit

I Os i -I

HUM

Restaurant with Sloderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath 1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICE PHONES IN ALL. ROOMS
ILCDHJIS M MM(9
The only Hotel on the Square

R003I AND RATH FOR A IOLXAR AND A HALF

JJOtf ,v. -4 -jilix. vr jXs

SIMBAY, FSBEHJAEY

Hall Way to PalaHia and Return
Silver Springs Transporlallon Company
"Bay LioM Honle
Yacht "Silver Springs" 'I-aing Silver Springs
8 a.m. to meeting point with yacht "City of Ocala,"
Returning.on yacht "City of Ocala." arrive Silver
Springs 5 p.m.
$2.00 Round Trip, inclncliiin an! omoMIe be be-tiveen
tiveen be-tiveen Ocala and Silver Sprinrfs.
Here is your chance to take advantage of a part
of this wonderful trip. Automobiles leave East Side
Court House Square at 7 a. m. See
EL C CLEGHORN, G. P iL,
Board of Trade Rooms, Phone 381

The Management ol DJ McCLANE
Medical, Snrfjieal, Hyclropalliic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, 3Iore Fully Equipped and will be IXua
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M- TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333

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The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 231
Pythian Siste rs, meets every Tuesday J

siiiercocn si s;y at Larue ixau, wesx

ol court bouse. Visiting members

cordially invited to meet with

Sarah C. Blitch,
Kate B. Howell, Zl. R. and

New

service,
st earner s.

Best!

steamers. Lcv Fares

5
Wireless telerrarh on alll

Through fares and tickets

are V A. , au .oixnem ana veiern poinis.nr

as. V U t,v. vu Automobiles carried. H

ir r I shut up' away from humanity, for For reservation s, tickets, etc

tney are pe

la "slass darkly." : Why ?

Because

On Saturday, and ... Monday. 18 1 mental states deiend unon nhvsical s

Bounds of suar for SI. -with one Aal 1 states. Biliousness, Headaches, Diz-i

la worth c other groceries, for SI1 XeSfpiS i ty Ticket OSce, 25 Hogan Stree
casn. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf25c at your druggist, tues-thrs-f ri-wk. 1 Jacksonville, Fla.

L. D. JONES,

Agent. ComT. Agent.

J. F. WARD. T. P. A.

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ESTABLISHED ISS2.
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
OCALV, FLORIDA
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First Consideration and Special Attention Giver to Small

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EIGHT

OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1915
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OCALA OCCURENCES

Masons meet tonight.
Valentines at The Murray Company.
'

World Almanacs for 1915 at Bal-1 Weihe, official observer for the gov gov-lard's.
lard's. gov-lard's. 2-lt i ernmfcnt.
V t ; .... j Max. Min. R. F.

For reliable prescription
night or day, phone Gerig's.
service,
tf.
Globe-Wernicfce cabinets
Murray Company.
at
3t
The
J-1 D. Carroll of Gainesville was
the Ocala House last night.
Miss Elizabeth C. Crippen of Bush-
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Holt of Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn were at the Ocala House last
night.
1
Mr. Ben Rheinauer is in New York
purchasing the spring and summer
goods for Rheinauer & Co.
B, A. Judatz and Miss M. P. Judatz
of Hartford, Ct., were at the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington last night.
Same old price, seven loaves for 25
cents for everybody, at Heintz's Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. 28-tf
Mr. S.! T. Richardson, formerly of
this city, now of Jacksonville, is in
town renewing old acquaintances.
Pabst's Blue Ribbon Beer, the
standard of the world, at J ohnnv's
Place. 22-tf
C. B. Chapman and R. Monteath of
New York were at the Ocala House
last night. '' . :
" You will never fully appreciate a
gin fiz till you have tried one of those f
at Johnny's Place. 22-tf .'
Mr. J. D. Marlin, the, popular repre representative
sentative representative of a Lynchburg house, was
at the Harrington last night.
W. T. Bodiford, the popular Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville drug salesman, was at the Har Harrington
rington Harrington last night.
Mr. E. I. Webb, recently with the
Kibler hotel at Lakeland, is now on
the night desk at the Ocala House.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Moretanes of
Springfield, O., were at the Ocala
House last night.
T
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Callison of High
Point, N. C, were at the Harrington
last night.
We make a specialty of the kind
and quality of service which all peo people
ple people want in everything they buy from
a drug store. Gerig's. 9-tf
W. K. Lane, M. TV, Physician and
Surgeon specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla. .c r
Mr. CharleSTullis of the Dunnellon
Phosphate Company, Rockwell, was
among the prominent business visit visitors
ors visitors in the city yesterday afternoon.
Feel like trying a Scotch hTghba1!
(any other kind if you do not iik
the Scotch) then try one at Johnny's
Place. 22-tf
You can now get a twenty-one meal
ticket at the Colonial Hotel dining
rooms for $5. No better meals in the
city.. 1 tf r
Messrs. Phil Robinson and C. A.
Emerson came up from Inverness last
night in, Mr. Robinson's car for a
brief visit to their Ocala friends.
Mrl F. P. Smith, a prominent far farmer
mer farmer from the vicinity of Macon, is
in the city, the guest of his mother-in-law,
Mrs. Ida Gates. He is looking
over Marion county lands and will be
here about a week.
It is reported here that Florence
LaBadie who played the part of
Florence Hargreaves in "The Million
Dollar Mystery," died a 1 few weeks
-
ago of tuberculosis. According to the
pictures, she was a delicate looking
girl. V""-. .-;
Valentines at The Blurray Company.

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WEATHER REPORT
This report is made from observa-
tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Feb. 1 SO
59
54
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Local Forecast
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tonight?
rain in
-...r Partly cloudy and warmer
I and Friday; probably with
northwest portion. ;
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Dr. and Mrs. D. H. Woolf of Kansas
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Woolf are touring the United States!
afoot, accompanied by a big collie dog
and carrying their baggage on a cart,
drawn by a sturdy pony. Mr. Woolf,
who was in business in Kansas City,
was compelled some years ago to go
out in the open to preserve his health,
since which time ho and his wife have
crossed and recrossed the' United
States several times. They have trav traveled
eled traveled 21,000 miles together. They left
Kansas City on their last trip in
April, and are now on their way to
Tampa, from where they will start for
Portland, Maine. Mr. Woolf looks
hale and hearty and Mrs. Woolf does
not seem to have ever had a day's
sickness in her life. They attracted
much attention here. Their cart and
its luggage was almost hidden by the
hundreds of labels that have been 1 at attached
tached attached to it in their jojirjoeyings. :
The sheriff is thinking of making
deputy out of Mr. D. C. Stiles, cash cashier
ier cashier of the Commercial Bank. A negro
named LojSott' tried to pass a
bum check on iChe' Oommercial this
morning, whereuponMr. Stiles grab grabbed
bed grabbed him by the necl rushed him over
to the courthouse and turned
t to the officer
Valentines at The Murray Company. 1
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meais a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Adv. tf
OAK AND PINE WOOD
First class wood,, any length, quick
delivery. Call phone 3M, four rings.
J. M. Potter. 18-6t

I slowly with good returns for ship ship-NOTICE
NOTICE ship-NOTICE ;- '. ments. :. t.
Notice is hereby' given that the!, The girls' basketball teams are
board of county commissioners of Ma-j looking forward to two games with
rion county, Florida, intend to apply j the Wildcats of Ocala, at that place"
to the legislature of the state of Flor-1 Saturday afternoon, and while the
ida, at its regular session in 1915, fori Ocala teams won both games here
a special legislation authorizing the! two weeks. jago, the Mcintosh folks
re-issue and validation of all outstand- have been hard at practice lately.

ing county warrants issued by or un-1
der authority of the boartl of county
commissioners of Marion county, Flor-
ida, prior to February 1st, 1915, or
such of said warrants as the said leg-
islature may see fit to authorize to be
re-issued and validated; and also pro-
viding for the payment of interest
thereon, and for making the said war- j
rants payable at fixed periods.
Board County Commissioners, Marion
; County, Florida. 1-30
BOARDMAN
Boardman, Feb. 4. Mrs. George
Sailer and daughter, Pauline, were
training in Ocala last Wednesday.
Mr. J. G. Spurlin, the genial drum drummer
mer drummer of The C. W. Zaring Co., was
in our midst Monday soliciting or orders
ders orders for his firm.
Mr. Marion Fawribach spent the
week end at Leroy, visiting his uncle,
Mr. J. F. Parker.
Mrs. D. M. Williams spent Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday in Ocala shopping and having
dental work done.
Mr. and Mrs Irvine, of Orange
Lake, accompanied by Mrs. Blitch, of
Ocala, were visitors to Boardman Sun Sunday
day Sunday the guests of Mrs. Keep.
1 Miss Mamie Parker, of Leroy, ar
rived here Sunday and will spend a
week, with her aunt, Mrs. Mary Farn Farn-bach.
bach. Farn-bach. Mrs. Jane Wardin and granddaugh granddaughter,
ter, granddaughter, Mabel Green, of Island Grove,
spent a few days of last week here as
the guests of Mrs. W. A. Green.
The packing season i over and all
is quiet in Boardman again.
Mr. F. G. Sampson, returned to his
home in Quincy Saturday.

THE MARKETS

Chicago, Feb. 4. May wheat, 1.60.!
Com, 81.
Oats, 59.
Pork, 19.55.
Lard, 11.40.
Ribs, 10.45.
THEY MUST HAVE HAD
A HIGH OLD TIME
San Francisco, Feb. 4. Richard D. ;
Yates, former governor of Illinois is i
named a corespondent in a divorce
I complaint filed here yesterday by Ed-j
ward R. Freeman, a Eureka. Cal.J
photographer, against Emma B. Free-
man. The complainant alleges that!
Mrs. Freeman and Yates' traveled to-!
gether from Eureka to San Francisco;
in July, 1913. '.
AmonEr the charges made bv Frw.
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"That she permitted Yates to hug
her in every tunnel the train went
through, that she kissed him at every
bridge the train crossed and every
time the whistle blew for a crossing.
That she celebrated her arrival here
with him by a jubilee at a public
cafe."
JOE CAMP'S LECTURE
Ocala is gifted in securing for the
enjoyment of her citizens all manner
of delightful entertainment, and now
we are promised a lecture from Joe
Camp of Atlanta, an orator of great
magnetic power and intellectual abil ability,
ity, ability, who never fails to thrill with
amusement and inspire with wisdom
all who may be so fortunate as to
hear him. He will lecture in Ocala
Saturday evening and Sunday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, j Geo. C. Lponey.
McINTOSH
clntosh,' Feb. 4. -At the annual
tion of officers of the Baptist
ung People's Union, the following
fficers were elected for the year of
1915: E. D. Boyer, president; J. C.
Quattlebaum, vice, president; Miss
Frances Farren, secretary and treas-
urer; Miss Annie Mae Smith, assist
ant secretary and treasurer; Miss
Helen McRae, Miss Lillian Nors Nors-worthy,
worthy, Nors-worthy, Mr William Cameron and Mr.1
Frank Hester, Jr., captains.
Along the water front things are
booming. Mr. Barton Collins is paint painting
ing painting Mr. C M. Davis' new ooat house,
while the tourists keep' the docks
alive. Quite a few changes are being
made in hulls and motors in prepara preparation
tion preparation for the;boat races on Feb. 22nd.
Lettucea jstill continues to move
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UllbLftdoll ILU;'..' --HUO i
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WANXED; LOST, FOUND, FOR)
gALE FOR RENT AND SIM
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ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
HARNESS A set of hand made har harness,
ness, harness, never used. Will be sold at a
bargain. Apply to E. C. Jordan &
Co., W. Broadway. 28-6t
WANTED Will pay cash for second
hand Ford. State price, model and
condition of same. Fosnot Bros.,
Eastlake, Fla. 2-l-6t
WANTED -Position by expert young
lady stenographer. Highest refer references.
ences. references. P. O. Box 379, Ocala, Fla. 6t
FOR RENT A front room on sec second
ond second floor, furnished with all mod modern
ern modern conveniences; close in. Mrs.
J. H. Dunn. Phone 107.' 30-Gt
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
1 AGENTS WANTED $5 to $7 daily
selling New Fibre Brooms; every
woman will buy. Sample by parcel
post 30 cents.
Elmira, N. Y.
Wynne Broom Co.,
l-28-8t
FOR SALE, CHEAP Two-story res--idence,
furnished or unfurnished;
eight rooms, recently renovated
outside and inside; good neighbor neighborhood;
hood; neighborhood; paved street; shade and

Ocala, Fla., Feb. 4th, 1915.
wsdtoearll Cipi'

Cutout this coupon, sign your name and address
and present to your grocer. He is authorized to give
you a full size cake of the famous Sweetheart Soap
absolutely free.
Name
Address i
NOTICE. TO RETAILERS: .'
When You Give a ChsIohht flie Free Calcc
Tear off end of. carton with' Diamond "S" on it, same
as cut below, and turn it in along with coupon to
your jobber. He will allow you five cents cash for
them. Redeem only one coupon from a customer.
See that coupons are properly signed.

Warning Anybody caught giving away, anything
but Sweetheart Soap for coupon, or in any way mis misusing
using misusing it, will be promptly prosecuted.
Ocala Star MANHATTAN SOAP CQ..N.V.

and that is where your profit is made
on the farm

THis.No,45 Deere Corn Planter makes an accu accu-ratedge
ratedge accu-ratedge drop and will pay for itself in thirty
acres of corn and make a better crop.
, txidl Iik kjkuz uMildi .iJ$AMpcAUy:
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, OCALA,: FLORIDA

fruit trees; servant house, garden;
and chicken yard; cistern, well and j
city .water. Bargain price. Apply
to 41G Lim i street. 11-lm
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t- ir r t rt 1 t 1 T -C
run oirj xjarreu iuci. s'gi iur
Setting. Barred Rock Cockerels
Fine. H. S. Wesson, Ocala, Fla.
FOR RENT Weil located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
housekeeping. Inquire at the, Co
lonial. 7-tf
FOR RENT A five-room cottage
with all modern conveniences, on
South Second street, east. Apply
at Star office. dh tf
FOR. SALE A. No. 10 Remington
typewriter; in perfect working or order.
der. order. For sale cheap for cash or
easy payments. Apply at Star of office.
fice. office. 2-tf
FOR SALE Two-passenger, 25-hp.
Maxwel car; fully equipped and in
splendid condition; new tires. Cheap
for cash. Apply "Auto," care the
Star. 2-tf
FOR RENT Two story, ten room
house on corner Watula and Orange
streets. Possession given at once.
Apply to W. E. Davis, at the Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe & Chambliss National Bank. 4-tf
Good oak or pine wood, any length,
prompt delivery. Phone 3M, four
rings. J. M. Potter. 18-t

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Virginia Style
Smoked Hams
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice 1 PacIdngCo.
Phone 34
Same old price, seven "loaves for 25
cents for everybody at Heintz's Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. 28-tf
Chautauqua tickets for 'the season
may be had at the Gerig drug store.
Do Your Best In the Present.
Do today's duty, fight today's tempta temptation,
tion, temptation, and do not weaken and distract
yourself by looking forward to things
which you cannot see, and could not
understand If you saw them. Charles
Klngsley.
Arkansas Diamonds.
Since the discovery of diamonds In
Arkansas, In 1S08, 1,375 stones, aggre aggregating
gating aggregating oZC carats, have been found
there.
To Remove Butternut Meats Whole.
Pour hot water over the butternuts
and let them stand over night. When
treated In this way the nuts are much
easier to crck and the meats will
come out whole.

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