The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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English
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Porter & Harding
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1915
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;y allied AVIATORS CAUSED
A GREAT RENEWAL OF PUB PUBLIC
LIC PUBLIC CONFIDENCE IN
BRITAIN
London, Feb. 13. The successful
aid by British airships on the Ger
man positions in Belgium is creating..'
UDiic commence inai mey may u
ible to check the threatened blockade
f the British coast by the Germans.
he raid was the greatest in the his- J
pry of the war. Over thirty aero-
lanes took part. Not a single ma
rine was lost and only two slightly
imr rreA TTirr nrn rail t xxriAa aretii
lflicting great damage at Middle-
erke, Bruges, Ostend and Blanken-j
ere badly damaged.
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TI PORT!
ORE ON RUSSIA FOR SINKING A
STEAMER
Constantinople, Feb. 13.- The porte
i forwarded a protest to the neu neu-al
al neu-al countries against Russia, on ac-
unt of the sinking of the American
eamer Washington, reported to
ive been sunk in the Black Sea by
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ussian warships.
SAMOAN ISLANDS SWEPT
' an Earthquake and Tidal Wave
Greater than that of 1889
Tutuila, Feb. 13. An earthquake,
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Uoan Islands Wednesday. Much
image is reported. It is not known
uv many lives were lost, but the isl-
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ids are uevasiaveu.
SMONSTRATION AND LECTURE
(Tickets are now on sale for Miss
xrrows' demonstration and lecture
Saturday, Feb. 20th, at the Wom Wom-'s
's Wom-'s Club. The demonstration will
gin at 9:30 in the morning and the
pure will be given at the regular
ib meeting, which begins at three
slock in the afternoon.
bliss Barrows is secretary of the
itional Association of Home Eco Eco-mics,
mics, Eco-mics, and teacher of cookery at Co Co-jnbia
jnbia Co-jnbia University and Chautauqua, N.
(, and is an authority on the subject.
.The tickets are fifty cents and ad adit
it adit one to both the demonstration and
h IpAtiire. Mrs. W. T" fiarv
tf Chairman.
NEW SPRING SEED
Ciur new seeds for snrinc nlantincr
jr both field and garden, are now in.
short notice.
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410 N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.

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STRONG PROTEST MADE BY GER GERMAN
MAN GERMAN AMBASSADOR TO THE
AMERICAN SECRETARY
OF STATE
Washington, Feb. 13. The German
ambassador, on instructions from Ber Berlin
lin Berlin today, urged Secretary Bryan to
call Great Britain's attention to Ger-
many's guarantee that the American
steamship Wilhelmina's cargo will be
used only for the civil population of
Germany. He impressed -upon Mr.
Bryan the advisability of accepting
the guarantee and suggested that ser serious
ious serious consequences will follow an -unfavorable
decision of a prize court in
the Wilhelmina's case. He stated
that the United States is vitally con concerned
cerned concerned in the continuance of neutral
trade and "should not acquiesce in
any action by Great "Britain designed
to starve out the civil population of
Germany. v
The ambassador declared that if
Great Britain upholds the seizure of
the Wilhelmina's cargo that measures
would be taken by Germany to re retaliate
taliate retaliate which "would operate against
the interests of the United, States
government." He said Germany was
willing- for consular agents of the
United States to' supervise the distri distribution
bution distribution of the cargo after it reaches
its destination.
FLORIDA MAN AT '"THE FRONT
The Iew Republic for February 12,
contains a good portrait of Major
Dan Morgan Smith, of Chicago,? with
an extensive notice of the position
he has taken on the wet or dry issue
in Illinois. Major Smith is the eldest
son of Dr. D. M. Smith of this city,
and .well known to many people here
and in Hamilt6n county, where he
passed his boyhood. He is a lawyer
by profession, .and is enthusiastic
national guard man, holding the rank
of major in the Illinois- state troops.
He is a chip off the old block, decid decided
ed decided in 5 his Views and fearless in ex expressing
pressing expressing them. Major Smith has for
some years been general counsel for
the Model License League of Illinois,
but finding that organization was not
acting fairly, he repudiated it and
came out squarely for prohibition. The
New Republic prefaces a report of
an address made by Major Smith as
follows:
; "Columbus, O., Feb. 3. Finding
that though honest, he was mistaken;
that the promoters of the Model Li License
cense License League really do -not want sa saloon
loon saloon regulations; that regulation does
not regulate; but Prohibition does
prohibit, Major Dan Morgan Smith,
of Chicago, ; for four years general
counsel of the Model License League,
last night came out squarely for lo local,
cal, local, county, state and National pro prohibition,
hibition, prohibition, in an address which ne made
last night before the Ohio Dry con convention.
vention. convention. "It was the first speech Major
Smith ever made for the drys. For
several reasons, it
was one of the j
most effective addresses ever made
in behalf of prohibition, and marked
an epoch in the fight against saloons,
"inasmuch as it exposed, from the
viewpoint of tne man who has been on
thev inside, the rotteness and insin insincerity
cerity insincerity of the advocates of regulation
as opposed to prohibition.
Feel like trying a Scotch hlghba1!
(any other kind it you do not likrf
the Scotch) then try one at Johnny's
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PRESSURE OF GERMAN REIN-
FORCEMENTS TOO POWER POWERFUL
FUL POWERFUL IN EAST PRUSSIA
Petrograd, Feb. 13. Gloom per pervades
vades pervades the Russian' capital today. De Despite
spite Despite the announcement that the Rus Russians
sians Russians retired from East Prussia for
the purpose of choosing their own
battleground, the public is showing
uneasiness over the fact that the
Russians were driven back eighty
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The Russian general staff declares
it is following out plans perfected in
the early part of the war. The semi semicircular
circular semicircular formation of the Russian
forces recently extended from the
Mazurian Lakes to Tilsit, therefore it
changed its position without altering
its general shape. One end of the
crescent rests in the province of Plock
while the other end is in the prov province
ince province of Kovno.
The Russian offensive is progress progressing
ing progressing north of the Vistula in the Mlawa Mlawa-Sierpee
Sierpee Mlawa-Sierpee district of Poland. That the
Germans are being pushed back from
Bzura, is the official report, but the
public believes much is left .unsaid in
the reports.
BOSTON CHOIR BOYS
Engaged in a Quarrel with a Fatal
Ending
Boston, Feb. 13. Wright Edmund Edmund-jspn,
jspn, Edmund-jspn, aged fourteen, stabbed John
Goodwin, aged fifteen, to death last
night. Both were choir boys at St.
John Evangelical church. "Edmund "Edmund-son
son "Edmund-son confessed.
OPEN DAY AND NIGT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Adv. -tf
FOR SALE
Membership tickets for the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Exchange are on sale at the
Court Pharmacy, or phone 445. Price
of ticket, fifty cents. 9-6t
OAK AND PINE WOOD
First class wood, any length quick
delivery. Call phone 3M, four rings.
J. M. Potter. 18-6t
Miss Affleck is pleased to announce
that Mrs. Allegood is now buying her
spring stock and will be present at
the wholesale openings this week.
None of the best styles of the millin millinery
ery millinery markets are shown until this
opening, and she will be prepared to
serve the trade with the mosi up to
the minute ideas to be had in town by
tlie local opening, March 4th-5th. 9
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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
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with qne dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR MADE
We will give you credit for one dollar on any suit in our store if you cut out
apd bring this ad with you. This offer is for Dollar Day only, and it gives you
an opportunity of buying one of our swell, made-to-measure suits at a dollar
less than regular price. Order your new spring suit this day and save a dollar
You will have to buy one sooner or later. Why not dollar day and take advan advantage
tage advantage of this offer.
Only One Coupon Good On Each Order

SHORT AND SWEET

BERLIN CLAIMS SUCCESS IN ALL
OF GERMANY'S BAT! LKS
Berlin, Feb. 13. The French at attacks
tacks attacks in the Vosges have been re repulsed.
pulsed. repulsed. ; t
The Russian offensive is East Prus Prussia
sia Prussia has broken down and the Ger Germans
mans Germans are advancing.
The activity of the allies' aviators
on the Belgian coast is admitted, but
little damage has been done.
ALFRED AYER
Under a reproduction of his smiling
features, the current issue of Dixie
prints the following brief biography
of Marion county's popular and effi efficient
cient efficient tax assessorr
Alfred. Aver left a South Carolina
military school when just sixteen
years old- and joined Maxey Gregg's
regiment. that was being reorganized
at Richmond, Va., and was appointed
drill-master. In the winter of 1861,
at Suffolk, Va., he contracted inflam
matory i her: matism in the right foot
and was discharged. After limping
on crutches" for eight months he join-!
ed Hunter's company. About .that j
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um iiiy secretary ox war appuimeu
ten drill-masters "cadets," with rank
and pay of lieutenant, and he got one
of the appointments, but was soonj
promoted to lieutenant of regulars
and assigned to Company I, First
South Carolina Regular Artillery.
He was in the battle of Maurice and
James Island, and in Fort Sumter
when the night attack was made on
it. His command covered Hardee's
retreat all the wTay from Charleston
to Bentdnville, N. C, and made a
stand at Averyboro, N. C, holding
Sherman's advance in check all day;
his brigade was entirely surrounded,
but cut through and made a forced
march for Bentonville, leaving the
dead and wounded on the field. In
both officers and men, the loss was se severe.
vere. severe. He; -received a slight flesh
wound in the left, leg. He took com command
mand command of his company and went into
the battle of Bentonville with typhoid
fever under protest of the surgeon.
After the battle he was sent to the
hospital at Salisbury, S. C, where the
doctors said he would die, but ,the
noble women "who were never known
to give up the ship as long as there
was life," nursed him back to life.
When he returned to his old home
in Barnwell, S. C, he found houses,
barns, fences, a thousand bushels of
corn and fifteen hundred bales of cot cotton
ton cotton all in ashes, and with starvation
and reconstruction staring him in the
face.
In 1874 he sold the farm and. saw sawmill
mill sawmill and came to Marion county, Fla.,
where he married Mrs. L. P. Belser,
also from South Carolina, and made
fine orange and demon groves on the
island in Lake Weir, which the freeze
of '94-'95 wiped out.
In 1897 he was elected to the leg legislature,
islature, legislature, leading the ticket. He was
then elected ax assessor, and has held i
the position for sixteen years. In J
the November election he?received the j
highest vote that was 'cast in the
county.
He was always active in the U. C.
V.'s camp, and at the Lakeland re reunion
union reunion was elected general of the Sec Second
ond Second Brigade, U. C. V.
He is the eldest son of General L.
M. Ayer, who was a member of Con Congress,
gress, Congress, and is yet remembered and
loved by many old South Carolinians
now living in Florida. He is one of
the nable old veterans of the loved
but lost cause, and is honored and
esteemed by all who know him.
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FIERCE OFFENSIVE TAKEN BY
THE GERMANS BUT ALL AS ASSAULTS
SAULTS ASSAULTS REPULSED BY
THE FRENCH
Paris, Feb. 13. Th, Germans are
taking a vigorous offensive in the re region
gion region of Verdun, bnt all attacks on the
French trenches have been repulsed.
German aeroplanes flew over Verdun,
but their bombs did no damage.
The Germans are violently bom bombarding
barding bombarding Nieuport and Ypres, and
great artillery activity is manifest on
both sides in the Champagne region.
The French drove the Germans
from the high spur north of Har Har-mannsweiler
mannsweiler Har-mannsweiler Kopf,- inflicting severe
losses
AT THE CHURCHES lOMORROW
. Presbyterian
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
by Dr. McMillan of Gainesville.
Baptist
(Rev. Bunyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday Schorl.
11 a. jn. Morning service.
Preaching by the pastor.
Subject, "A Glorious Church."
6:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
.7:30 p. m. Evening service.
A hearty welcome awaits you.
Methodist
(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Preaching.
Subject, Leaning on Bruised Reeds.
2:30 p. m.- Junior League.
3:30 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
Subject, "Preciousness of the Word
of the Lord."
All cordially invited. Strangers
always welcome.
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East Broadway Church
Disciples of Christ
(Roy B. Bowers, Minister)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon, "Seven Reasons
Why You Should Join this Church."
7:30 p. m. Lecture, "The Signs of
the Times," continued.
Men's Class of Religious Investigation
1 This class stands for constructive
Christianity, independent thought,
charity for opinion. Undenomination Undenominational.
al. Undenominational. Meets every Sunday at the East
Broadway church at 10 a. m. Also
monthly meetings "with prepared pro program.
gram. program. CONFESSED HIS CRIME
Slayer of Hazel Weinstein Paid the
Penalty on the Scaffold
Chicago, Feb. 13. Roswell Smith
was hanged here today for the mur murder,
der, murder, four years ago, of Hazel Wein Weinstein,
stein, Weinstein, -whom he lured into a vacant
building and choked to death. Smith
confessed before he died-
Toilet articles of every description
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MAY ASK PARDON FOR INSULT INSULTING
ING INSULTING JHE GREEK MINISTER.
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Athens, Feb. "13. Greece has de demanded
manded demanded an apology from Turkey for
the action of Turkish secret police in
Constantinople, alleging that they in insulted
sulted insulted the Greek minister. It is be believed
lieved believed that Turkey will comply with
the request.
RAILROAD 0
THE' BACK
SOUTHERN PACIFIC MUST SHIN SHINNY
NY SHINNY ON ITS OWN SIDE
Washington, Feb. 13. The Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Commission today
notified the Southern Pacific Railway
that the commission will order it to
dispose ofthe Pacific Mail Steamship
Line, unless the railroad agrees not
to opsrate vessels beyond Balboa in
the Panama canal zone. The railroad
is allowed sixty days to amend its
petition for permission to operate a
water line under the Panama canal
act.
WILL MAKE "DAYLIGHT" TRIP
The Calumet Baking Powder demon-
strating crew who have been working
in Ocala for the past few days will
avail themselves of the opportunity
to see the beauties of Silver Springs
and the Oklawaha river tomorrow on
the "Daylight" route launch "Silver
Springs." The party consisting of
Mr. arl Mrs. W. S. DeLong, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Wilson, Mrs. Essie Beck Beckham,
ham, Beckham, Mrs. Gertrude Brown, Misses
Minnie Cotton, Maude Hutches, Eula
Etheridge, Louis Etheridge and An Annie
nie Annie Laurie Fitzgerald.
Miss Cotton is demonstrating the
good qualities of the Calumet products,
at the Cam-Thomas store today.
BODY RIDDLED' WITH BULLETS
Murder of a Prominent Kentucky Cit Citizen
izen Citizen by a Kentucky Mob
Irvine, Ky., Feb. 13. Ten masked
men went to the home of William
Underwood, a leading citizen of this
city, this morning, called him to the
door and riddled his body with bul bullets.
lets. bullets. A posse with bloodhounds is
searching for the murderers.
FOR PLUMBING
AND ELECTRIC WORK
Call J. F. Robbinson at phone 443. All
work guaranteed. 2-13-tf
7 Keys to Baldpate at The Murray
Company. 12-Ct
Rexall liver salts put vim into lazy
livers. Your money back if they don't.
Gerig's Drug Store. tf.
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On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone'4 434. tf
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If you haven't read the' Dollar Day
advertisements in the Star, do xo at
once as they will save you dollars on
your purchases next Monday. YouH
have no trouble in distinguishing he
Dollar Day Stores.
MEASUHE
Ocala, Fla.

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FOUNDER OF THE U. D. C.

Mrs. Coraline Meriwether Goodlett,

the beloved "mother of the U. D. C,"
has passed into eternal rest. On the
night of Friday, October 16, that
sleep fell .upon her which gave, her
spirit happy release from the burden
of eighty-one years.
Mrs. Gpodlett was universally
known as the founder of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy, the
idea of bringing together the vari

ous organizations of Confederate
women into one great body having
been her inspiration, and so came in

to being that great association of j

Southern women, the United Daugh Daughters
ters Daughters of the Confederacy.

Mrs. Goodlett was a native of Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, born in To'dd county, and she
lived there on the Meriwether estate,

'Woodstock, until after the war.
Throughout that clash of arms she
j spent thousands of dollars in sup-
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Running Water in Every Room in the House

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OCALA, FLORIDA

First Consideration and Special Attention Giver to Small Tracts

ates. Her large tobacco barns were
converted into sewing rooms, and
there the ladies of the neighborhood
would meet every day to sew for the

soldiers. She was a skilled horse-

woman, and this accomplishment en

abled her to serve the Confederacy in

securing information, for which pur

pose she often entered the Federal

lines.

After the war her work was con

tinued for the survivors of the Con

federate army, and largely through

her efforts a part of the Hermitage

tract of land was secured for the es

tablishment of the Tennessee Confed Confederate
erate Confederate Home, near Nashville. Mrs.

Goodlett was also a charter member

of the Monumental Association that

erected the handsome Confederate
monument at Mount Olivet cemetery.

Not to Confederate affairs only was

her activity confined, for she was in

terested in many charitable associa associations
tions associations of her city and prominent as

a member of the Humane Society,
and to her efforts is' due the placing

j of drinking fountains for horses about

the city of Nashville.

Mrs. Goodlett represented Tennes

see as one of the commissioners at

the World's Fair at Chicago and at
the Portland (Oregon) Exposition.
The Portland authorities presented

her with a diploma in recognition of
her services in connection with the

city and v government in having re

mains of Meriwether Lewis removed

to that city.

In accordance with her wish, the

funeral services were very simple.

Members of the Nashville Chapter,
No. 1, U. D. C., attended in a body,

and many representatives of other

chapters of the city and "state were

present! At a special meeting of the

U. D. C. in Nashville on the morning
of October 19 many tributes were

paid to the life and work of the be beloved
loved beloved founder, and a special memorial

service was arranged for the after

noon of Sunday, October 25.

Mrs. Goodlett is survived by one

sister ( Mrs. R. W. Humphreys, of

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The method of business as it is carried on today call for the assistance
of the bank in nearly every instance. Your personal appeciation of the value
of a bank grows with your account. This bank is prepared to take care of
your account in the very best way possible. Our capital, surplus and large
cash reserves enables us to lend money to anyone who is entitled to credit.

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On this day we will, as we do on every day in the year, give
every patron one hundred cents worth of our products for ONE
DOLLAR. As the price of flour is advancing daily we cannot in
justice to ourselves offer more than an honest dollar's worth of
HIGH GRADE Bakery Products for your dollar. Come, in and
let us "show you" Quality Goods. ;

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The Ladies of Marion and nearby counties
are invited to attend our Spring Opening of
Newest Designs in Domestic and imported Mil Millinery
linery Millinery TODAY

er ( W. D. Meriwether, of New Or

leans) a stepson Dr. C. H. Goodlett, M

of Nashville), and two grandsons.

Her husband was Col. M. C. Goodlett,
an officer in the Confederate army

who died many years ago. Her only

child, a daughter, died in 1897.
The o r g a ni z a t io n

The organization of the United

Daughters of the Confederacy rep

resents, perhaps, the largest organi

zation of women in t the world, its

membership aggregating about 100, 100,-000.
000. 100,-000. No organization was ever mov

ed by a more philanthropic or patri

otic spirit, for its purposes are be

nevolent, educational and historical.
To this bodv of women the whole

South looks when any, great under

taking is under way, and to them has
been largely delegated that recogni recognition
tion recognition of Southern valor in the war be

tween the States by which the South

land has become a land of monu

ments.

In the membership of the U. D. C.
may be found women : who suffered

and sacrificed- when war's red tide!

flooded the land, who bore the agony

nf susnense over the fate of loved

ones on the battle line, who nursed

the wounded and buried the dead.

Others are there who went through
that period as little children, sens

ing but dimly the awfulness of that

tragedy, hardly realizing in their
childish ignorance what it all meant.

Still others are a part of this patri

otic band who know the "story of

glory" only as told by others, yet

none the less true and loyal daugh

ters of the South by inheritance. All

have a place-in the great organiza

tion, and their zeal never flags in the

great work which they have taken up

on themselves, whether in looking af

ter the comfort and welfare of the in

digent veterans of that gray-clad host

nr a defenders of their fame. The

little bronze cross which they be

stow upon the soldiers of the South

is an emblem of their love for those

who bravely bore the fire of battle or

the sufferings of prison life loyal to

the end.

Brave women of the South! No

laurel crown yours for deeds of self self-sacrifice
sacrifice self-sacrifice and renunciation, but, en

shrined in the heart of a grateful
country, all honor is yours as the

real strength which upheld the arms

of the South through four long years
of war, which, nerved anew the sur survivors
vivors survivors of that awful struggle 'to take

up the task of rebuilding a country
laid waste, and which is still the
strength that fails not when our
cAimtrv rails. Confederate Veteran.

Having decided to discontinue handling
Aluminum Ware, we will on ; Dollar Day of offer
fer offer some exceptional values in all kffldsof
Cooking Utensils made of this excellent ma material.
terial. material. On this day weVill sell ALUMINUM
WARE at ONE DOLLAR for $1.50 worth.
This same rate will apply on entire line.

Stock & Poultry Powders
On Dollar, Day we will sell $2 of worth of
any Stock and. Poultry Powders in our store
for $1.00 cash. This means an opportunity
for every farmer and stock raiser to lay in a
supply of these indispensible necessities at a
great saving of cost. These prices prevail on
Monday, February 15th only.

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Our goods are always worth what we ask for them. We do nc
J mark them up just to mark them down. No deception in our stor
But on Dollar Day we are going to give you for a DOLLAR More i iir
A Dollar's Worth. The various articles on sale for Dollar Day are to
numerous for this space. We mention below only a few. Just come i
and see for yourself what a DOLLAR will do, MONDAY, FEB. 15, 101

II One lot Ladies' WOOL SKIRTS, each of them worthOne lot Ladies' NECKWEAR, worth from
ft J r-r. rr-i mm vM 00. rr Dollar Dav 5 to 10 pieces

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On Saturday and Monday, 17

pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for

cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

You can now get a twenty-one meal

ticket at the Colonial Hotel dining

rooms for S5. No better meals in the

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from $2.50 to $4.00. They will go on Q-l fkfkt $3.00, on Dollar Day 5 to 10 piece. Of Q
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One lot Ladies' RIBBED VESTS, DRAWERS, and I One large assortment of SHOES worth from

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One lot Ladies' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, worth

from $1.50 to $3.00, 1 to 5 pieces, (Jjl fC
on Dollar Dav for P J. JJ

One lot EMBROIDERIES Edging, Insertion and

Flouncing, wortji from $2.00 to $5.uu, C?- rkf
5 to 40 yards for P M. vU

nnft lAf T.AflFf? VaIs. Linen. Torchon etc. worth

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from $2.00 to $3.00, Zi) to &u yaras fkfk
on Dollar Day for P A W

One lot Ladies' WASH WAISTS, worth $1.25 to
$4.00, on Dollar Day, 1 to 2 pieces QQ
One Vt Ladies HAND BAGS, worth from $1.50 to
to $3.50, on Dollar Day, 1 to 3 pieces Jj J QQ
One rioV TURKISH BATH TOWELS," worth from
$1.50 to $2.00, on Dollar Day, 4to 30 ((
Towels for JJ X KJKI
One lot of Ladies' KIMONAS, worth from $1.50 to
$2.00, on Dollar Day they will go J QQ

One lot of COMFORTS and UUUiN i -bia'Aj-

worth from $1.35 to $2.00, on Dollar Q -J p
Day they go for.
One lot Ladies' and Children's ALL WOOL SWEA
ERS, woilh from $1.50 to $2.00, on Q fl
Dollar Day for ...............
One lot Children's HATS, worth from $1.50 to $2.

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from $1.35 to $2.00, on Dollar Day C? H
for . ... X
One lot of .Children's CLOAKS, worth from 1.
to $3.00, on Dollar Day they will go (1 ft
for 4i-V
One lot Ladies' HOUSE DRESSES, worth in
$1.50 to $1.75, on Dollar Day they will r- ft
go r for .. ... 4? X v
One lot Ladies' PETTICOATS, worth from $1.50

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18 inch Shadow Lace Flouncing and
Allovcrs, values to 50c, at per
yard 15c
20 inch Embroidery Flouncings, very
deep work, values to 50c at per
yard .. ......... ; i ...... .1 9c
Ladies' Hemstitched White Handker Handkerchiefs,
chiefs, Handkerchiefs, nice size most a 5c value at
each ........... t ............ 1c
J. P. Coats Spool Cotton, all colors
and numbers, yda know what, at per
dozen . . ..I ,45c
Full size Crocheted Bed Spread. Our
usual $1.25 seller, in this sale at
only . ............ ...... ...75c
Ladies' Hand made All Wool Avia-
tion Caps, real value up to '98c at
only .. .. .... 25c

Ladies' Waists. You will have to look
at them, but they are "some waists''
at.. .. .. ..................98c
Children's Wash Dresses, all sizes,
values up to $2.00, in this sale at
only .. 75c
Children's Wash Dresses,' all sizes,
values up to 75c, in this sale at
only .. .. ...'...............39c

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We offer a large assort ment
of All Wool Sweat Sweaters
ers Sweaters for Ladies and Child-'
ren. Some values up to
$2 at only

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10 yards v 5 yard$ 35 yards 20 yards ' 2 yard$
Yard-v?ide Bleached 94 Pepperell 28 inches wide yard wide Yard-wide
IN IIEVO SilEEUNG BLEACHED UNBLEACHED R! FAPHFn PAMRRIP IIIMRI F APHFn SHFF-IWP
aa5. yard value SHEETING SHEETING BLEAGHtD CAMBRIC UNBLEACHED SHEEiING
cyaidvaluirfor a 5c yard valve for a 9c yard value for a 7c yard value for
Men'S 50 cent Men'S 50 cent Men'S 50 cent Men's $1.50 Men'$ 10 cent
work shirts Winter tnderwear Neck Ties dress shirts HANDKERCHIEFS
tor 01.00 for $1.00 iorLOO f0r$i.oo for $1.00
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our circular. Read them all they are worth while. You will find ever so many good values here
in 'WINTER GARMENTS. '

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on several hundred items
in this-line, but this time

we will only mention a

40 inch Crepe De Chine, $1.50 value at A O
, per yard, only . .. .. .. . ..;.
36 inch Brocaded ChaVmeuse and Crepes AO
": $2j00 values at per yard, only .. V. V V
Yard-Wide Mesaliney all colors $1.00 value 7CLC
at per yard .only. .... .......... . f
Cotton Worsted Dress Goods, value 25c, at 1 Ap
-per yard 1JI
Outing Flannels, all qualities, value to 12c, A,7 f
v at per yard, only ... . .

Extra Heavy Canton Flannels, value to 15c, f A',

at per yard only . ..... ..... ........ .

ast Colored Dress .Ginghams, new valu
10c, at per yard only..,;.... .........

Riverside Shirting Plaids, value 10c, at (Zjfor
per yard . . . ...... . . .....
90 inch All Linen Sheeting, real $1.25 value, fJCVp
at per yard
American & Simpson Calicoes 7c values, at AR
per yard, only . ; . . . ....... ... . vuC
28 inch Sea Island Sheeting, 5c values," at AO
per yard only..'; . . . ...'...'. .;. ."OC
9-4 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting, real 29c O "t f
value at only ... .. iC
Kindergarten Cloth, real 25c value, at per .I O
yard only . . . .' ... A C

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What we want to impress 6n you most is
that we want to and wil sell all our MEN'S
.SUITS during this sale. Our suits are
made up to now and by the best makers.
$11.95- will buy the 'Very best suit in our
store. This lot contains suits that you
have paid $25 for, of course we sold them
at $18.50. Don't fail to 1 QP
see our suits at ......... P JL JO
$9.95 will buy a suit that you cannof dupli-
1 cate anywhere for less than $15. They
come in serges and fancy worsteds. All
sizes and styles. Look at our (tQ QCl
suits for .. ....... ....... Pc0
$8.45 will buy a suit that .will suit most
people. The lot contains mostly $12.50
arisii!1for alues, aI1 g0 in this $8.45
$6.95 .will '.buy a suit worth $10 and a few
that are worth more. This lot (a1 OCT
will go for .PO0
Every Suit Mentioned above is All Wool.
MEN'S PANTS All kinds and at so many
'.. r different prices that we cannot begin o
give prices. They range in value from
$1.50 to $5.00. They go in this sale at
from 98c to $3.45

Men's ana Boys' Overcoats Suits
. We must sell every MAN'S,
OVERCOAT in our store dur during
ing during this sale. Our Boy's Suit
stock must be reduced as we
have twice the stock we need.
PRICE CUT IN HALF ON OVERCOATS
$15.00 Overcoats will go at S7.50
r$10.00 Overcoats will go at $5.00
$ 7.50 Overcoats will go at $3.75
S 5.00 Overcoats will go at $2.50
YOU CAN FIGUVE YOUR OWN PRICE
BOYS' SUITS-AND PANTS
We have about 300 Suits and
over 500 pairs of pants which

will go in this sale. It would be
next to impossible to try and
price these goods as they are
too varied.
You will find the very greatest
saving in Boys Wearing Ap Apparel
parel Apparel at this sale.

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everything ing this line has
been reduced.
Men's $2.50 Shirts, at only $1.65
Men's $1.50 Shirts at only $1.10
Men's $2.00 Shirts, at only. . .$1 .25
Men's $1.00 Shirts at only ..79c
Men's 75c Shirts at only 5gc
Men's -50c Shirts at only 3QC
Men's 50s Underwear at only....39c
Men's 50c "Neckwear at only 35c
.Men's 50c Sox at only 3QC
Men's 25c Sox Vill go in sale at 19c
Men's 15c Sox will go in sale at 1 tc
Men's 10c Sow will go in .sale at 07c
Men's Hats will be cut to rock bot bottom
tom bottom for this sale. About everything
you can mention in Men's Goods will
go in this sale at the greatest of re reductions.
ductions. reductions. Keep Your eyes on the Windows.

-20 Yards 17 Yards 18 Yards 40 inch Men's Heavy Men's Amoskeage MEN'S .Men's Fleeced Lined
UNBLEACHED BLEACHED. .... BLEACHED. .... WHITE BLUE CHEVIOT BLUE CHAMBKAY WHITE II S nPDivrn
SHEETING SHEETING CAMBRIC LAWN WORK SHIRTS SHIRTS HANDKERCHIEFS LDLKLAk
Yard Wide, 7c value foi Yard Wide, iOc value for Yard, WTide 9c values for 10c value at per yard only 50c value during this sale 50c value during this sale 5c value durin this ale 50c vaue du"ng this sale
$1.00 J $1.00 $1.00 6c 35c 33c 2y2c 29 c

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OCALA EVENING STAR
. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGEU & CARROLL., PROPRIETORS
K R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Learengood, Business Manager
V J. H. Benjamin, Editor H

tlntered at Or'a, Fla., ostoffiee as second class matter.

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SUBSCRUTION RATES

(Domestic) ;T
One year, in advance. $5.00
Six months, in advance. . . 2.50
Three months, in advance. 1,25
Ol month, in advanced . . .50

. (Foreign)
One year- in advance .$8.00
Six months, in advance. . . 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance. 80

BIAKE THE RAILROADS
TOE THE MARK

There are several things that the
council of Ocala can do and should do
at once in simple justice to the people
of the city and county:
The first is that the Atlantic Coast
Line and Seaboard Air Line should
be required to place gates at the prin principal
cipal principal crossings. The Seaboard Air
Line crossing is the most dangerous
in the city. It has a watchman; who
is on duty only in the daytime, that
is from 6 a. m. to 6 p. m. He is very very-faithful;
faithful; very-faithful; but he goes off duty at the
very hour in the evening when traffic
is heaviest with people going home;
and besides a watchman can only
warn people; he can't prevent them
from taking a chance to get over a
crossing ahead of a passing train.
The Seaboard crossing at Exposi Exposition
tion Exposition and the Coast Line crossing at
Fort King are two other danger
points that should have gates. Both
are dangerous places and become
more so every year. It is only a mat matter
ter matter of time before somebody is killed
at one place or. another. Whenever
such an accident happens, a suit
against the city will almost certainly
ensue.
The railroads' should be required to
put the crossings in order and lay
them with high rail. The present
crossings are only makeshifts and
will never be anything else with com common
mon common rails.
The Coast Line should be required
to move its track scales by, the
-Gainesville road. The railroad has
plenty of other places for its scales.
In their present situation, they are
a source of some danger and a great
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blocked at this crossing five minutes

or more. What this might' mean to
a doctor going to a patient in the
country is easy to imagine. The rail railroad
road railroad men say, they seldom block the
'line, anj&Wj have no doubt they are
"sincere, and we know they never' block
it a minuter more than they nave to;
ut it is an injustice to the people
that it should Tbe blocked at all. Right
by the crossing of one of the most
traveled roads in this part of the
state is no place for car scales.
The council should require the

Coast Line to reopen all the streets

that it has closed without authority

in the south of town. The railroad
never had any right to the streets, it
uses them entirely for its own ben benefit;
efit; benefit; .it is too stingy to build a decent
freight warehouse; it is simply keep keeping
ing keeping up its present policy until it can

inauce some council 10 lei xt appro

priate all that part of town. One of
our own citizens had one of the
streets closed a few years ago. The
council obliged him to reopen it, but
the railroad has three streets closed,
and keeps one in dangerous condition.
This is high-handed appropriation and
use of public property that should not
be tolerated. If the council will order
the railroad to open the streets, it
won't be long before the railroad puts
up a decent freight depot in some
place satisfactory to the city.

Several years ago, a complaisant

council sold to the railroad exemption
from paving Osceola avenue for $1, $1,-500.
500. $1,-500. That is an instance of railroad
policy, and whenever the people make

the mistake of electing two or three

corrupt councilmen, as they may do at
any time, the railroad emissaries will
be on hand to slip them $1500 more
or less in order to close up the entire
south of the city. The present state
of affairs is a constant danger and
should be abolished.
All the foregoing recommendations
are strictly within the law, arid the
council can carry them out if it will.

W. Duval, R. F. Rogers, J. $1. Mef Mef-fert
fert Mef-fert and J. L. Edwards.
Another meeting will be called in
a few days which will be widely ad advertised,
vertised, advertised, when it is hoped that a very
large gathering of the citizens of
Ocala will be in attendance, the
matter will be discussed and if it is
their desire to carry the, matter fur further
ther further their wishes will be observed.
As th time in which the advertise advertisement
ment advertisement should be published is limited,
the preliminaries had to be taken
now, it being understood that the pub publication
lication publication of such notice will not be
binding, but will place the matter in
such hape that it can be proceeded
with "if the people wish to do so, and
not defer the question, as otherwise
would be the case, for two years till
another session of the legislature.

IMPROVEMENT AT EASTLAKE

YOUMG E1AH, ARE YOU SfflJlS MONEY?
Every young man of the right sort expects some day to marry; to own a
home and to start in business. The first thing such a man should do is to
open an account with a good Bank and keep it growing.
All things considered, there is no better place than the

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MOVEMENT LAUNCHED

There met yesterday afternoon in
the Board of Trade rooms a few gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen who made the first move
for a commission form of govern government
ment government for Ocala. The gathering was
small, but it is a starter, and the plan
is launched and will soon be submit submitted
ted submitted to the people.
The meeting was called to order by
Col. R. F. Rogers. Dr. J. E. Chace
was elected chairman' and Mr. J. D.
Rooney secretary. Mr. H. M. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, who at his own personal expense

and with much time and thought has
prepared a draft of a proposed char charter
ter charter under the commission form of
government, culled from the best of

a number of charters of other cities,
large and small, who are trying it,
stated the object of the meeting,
which was to get the matter in shape
to make proper advertisement so
that the city can apply to the legisla legislature
ture legislature to have the charter amended so
that the matter can be submitted to a

vote of the people that the people
may decide whether they wish to con continue
tinue continue the present form of government

or adopt the commission form.
It was suggested that a charter
commission should be appointed to
draft the notice or advertisement to
the legislature and -sign same when
published. The charter commission

named by the chair is as follows: Mr.

H. JkJL Hampton, chairman, Messrs. L.

Go to Church!
Give an Hour

No Man Too Busy to
Each Week to God

GO TO CHURCH! -;Uv..;-Is
there a man in any community who is too busy to
, -. spend one hour each week in church?
There are one hundred and" sixty-eight hours in every week.
No man is too busy to eat: during the weejt. No man is too busy
to snafo h a few hours of recreation in every week. No man is too
busy to sleep during the week. Yet there are men who will declare
that they are so busy ihey cant afford to give one hour in every

. one hundred and sixty-eight to worship in God's house. In church

you will find spiritual food and :rest. :
Of all excuses for lack of attendance at church the "too busy?')
one is the flimsiest. Why isn't a man honest and admit that he
'doesn't want to go to church? Isn't it a fact that a man has a
better feeling within himself and the world in general after he has
spent an hour in the house of God?
ONE OF THE FINEST SIGHTS OF THE LENTEN SEASON WAS
THE NOONDAY CROWDS IN THE CHURCHES LOCATED IN THE
BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL DISTRICTS OF NEV YORK CITY CITY-THERE
THERE CITY-THERE MIGHT BE FOUND SOME OF THE GREATEST MEN IN
THE COUNTRY. IT IS A HOPEFUL SIGN OF THE TIMES. NONE
OF THESE REALLY BIG MEN WAS TOO BUSY TO GIVE SEVERAL
MINUTES DAILY TO THE WORSHIP OF GOD.4 INCIDENTALLY,
THESE BIG MEN BY THEIR EXAMPLE PREACHED POWERFUL
SERMONS. ?-
Don't hide behind the "too busy" pretext. It is too thin. If you
have an important business or social engagement you will find time
for it. God asks you to meet, him for at least an hour every Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Can't you arrange your engagements so that you can meet
him ? The visit will not be a disagreeable one. Surely you are not
ashamed to be seen in church? You no doubt have been seen in
worse places. r
GO TO CHURCH!

A trade has recently been made at
Eastlake that will mean more for the
east side of the lake than anything
in a business way that has taken place
there in many years.
Messrs. Klock Lee have bought
out the entire holdings of Mr. George
E. Snow, with the exception of one
building lot, just east of Mrs. Annie
Martin's home. On this lot Mr. Snow
will soon huild a pretty home and con continue
tinue continue to reside at the lake.
The property bought by Messrs.
Klock & Lee consists of the following:
The twenty acre orange grove, one of
the "show places' of the lake and
said to be one of the finest and pret prettiest
tiest prettiest orange groves of its size in the
state with no exceptions. The large
nursery with its thousands of budded
citrus stock, covering several acres
of ground. The big hotel on the-bluff,
only a few rods from the station. The
modern packing house down on the
lake beach between the club house and
depot. A large number of the choic choicest
est choicest building lots close to the station
on the heights, and a large acreage of
land, part of which is unimproved,
lying further back, in the vicinity of
the nursery. The consideration nam named
ed named in the trade, covering the several
properties, was $40,000.
Messrs. Klock & iLee have com commenced
menced commenced improving the hotel' and have
opened it in a hurried way to take

care of such people as apply, though
the house will not be formally "open "opened
ed "opened until next season. The hotel has
been closed for a number of years and
Eastlake has been" greatly handicap handicapped
ped handicapped from the fact that there were no
accommodations for persons who
wished to stop unless taken into a

private home or that they, should rent
a cottage. The hotel wili .be put in
first class shape, modern plumbing
and aceteylene lights put Jn, newly
furnished throughout and 'conducted
in first class style. Jt is very likely
that the proprietors will find some
one who will conduct the iiouse. thru
the summer, as well as the winter
months, which will be a great feature

in the summer life at the lake.

The unimproved lands acquired by

the firm will be exploited and mostly

set to groves. The nursery will be

improved and enlarged, and the" resi residence
dence residence lots placed on the market, so

that those wishing to secure building

sites, at East Lake, can now do so,

which has not been possible thereto theretofore,
fore, theretofore, as Mr. Snow would not sell the

property in small parcels.

Prior to the purchase of; the Snow
holdings, Messrs. Klock and Lee had
bought a number of pieces of valu valuable
able valuable property at the lake, Hose Cot Cottage,
tage, Cottage, and the little grove accompany accompanying
ing accompanying it. A pretty orange grove across

the boulevard, east of the house, with

a tract of unimproved land as well.
A nice bearing grove together with
other property near Weirsdale.
Both the company and Mr. Klock
individually have a good deal of val valuable
uable valuable property near Ocala and some
within the city limits, all of which
investments, we hope will induce

them to make Marion county their
homes the year around, and of this

there is some likelihood, for they
may dispose of part or allof their

properties in New .Hampshire and

New York.

Mr. Lee's father is a prominent
real estate broker in New York City,

and working through him the firm

expects to induce many people and
some new money to come to the lake

and enjoy the matchless climate and
the delights of living there. They are

wide-awake, successful business men,
have seen the possibilities of the lake
and propose to put their time and

money into its development. The
work they are doing will enhance the
Value of every piece of property on

the 'east side of the lake and all will

share in the benefits derived. Mr. D

S. Woodrow, the greatest booster that
the Eastlake-Woodmar section ever

had, says the trade recently consum

mated by Messrs. Klock and Lee

means more for the lake than any

thing that has been done there in
many a long day.
With such boosters there as Mr.
Woodrow, Commodore Goodwin, and
Messrs. Klock and Leo, the place is
bound, to, grow and settle up and a
big resort hotel will folio w which,

with, the proper advertising, could be
filled in winter with northern people
and in summer from our own state.
The fishing," bathing and boating on
Lake Weir is unsurpassed in the
south and it is going to come into its
own.

SENATOR BRYAN'S POSITION

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In a letter to a personal friend,
Senator Bryan definitely states as
follows his position toward the ship
purchase bill:

I received your telegram yesterday J
afternoon and sent you a telegram in i
reply. I find that the telegram I sent j
states that I voted against the motion
to recommit. Of course that motion
has not been voted upon. I intended j
to say that it was my intention to j
vote against it as offered by Senator
Clarke. I
I had heard before receiving yourj

telegram that Senator Smith and I
had been represented by the Associat Associated
ed Associated Press as being included with the
seven senators who had joined with
the republicans to defeat the shipping
bill. The headlines in the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union state this as a fact, but the
dispatch itself does not bear out the
headlines, and of course it is contrary
to the fact, for the very simple reason
that the motion has not been voted
upon. The only vote that has been
taken has been upon the parliament

ary status of the bill. The constitu constitution
tion constitution provides, as you know, that one one-fifth
fifth one-fifth of the members present can re

quire the yeas and nays to be entered
upon the record. This demand had
been made according to the usual cus custom
tom custom of the Senate by holding up
hands. Senator Clarke subsequently

moved to Tecommjt the bill. Senator

Fletcher raised the point of order that
the motion could' not be entertained,
because the yeas and nays had been
ordered on the substitute. The vice

president sustained the point of i
order. Senator Clarke appealed from 1
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tne aecision oi me cnair. ine ques question
tion question then was should the decision of
the chair stand as the decision of the
Senate. Senator Smith and I ; voted

"No." That is to say, we did not De De-lieve
lieve De-lieve the point of order was well tak taken;
en; taken; and we only had to wait eighteen
hours for our position to be justified
by events, because, within that time,
the democratic caucus decided that
the only way to save the bill was to

move to recommit with instructions
to put on amendments, in order to se secure
cure secure the votes of Norris and Kenyon.

So the pending question now is the

Clarke motion to recommit with

amendments insisted upon by Norris

and Kenyon, as the price of their sup

port of the bill. Now, if the vice pres

ident was right, a vote would have

been taken upon the substitute, and,

admittedly, it would have been de

feated.

This but illustrates again the ab

surdity and flly of construing the

rules in order to accomplish a tern

porary purpose. If the position taken

by the vice president and sustained by

all but nine of the democrats present

was correct, consider what it would
mean. Let us take a House bill,
which has been referred to a com committee,
mittee, committee, the committee reports it with
numerous amendments, very much im

proving the bill. When it is reached
on the calendar, one-fifth of those
present demand the yeas and nays,
and the House bill then, under the
vice president's ruling, must be voted
upon unamended. One-fifth of the
senators then could keep four-fifths
from amending the bill. The proposi proposition
tion proposition need only be stated to show its
absurdity! Now, turn to the rules.
Rule 18 provides for amendments and

substitutes, and throughout the rules
the principle of the widest latitude in

amendments is recognized and author authorized.
ized. authorized. Rule 22 provides that when a

question is pending, no motion shall
be received but to adjourn, to take a
recess, lay on the table, postpone in indefinitely,
definitely, indefinitely, to commit and to amend.
Rule 15 provides that it shall be in
order, at any time, before the passage

of a bill, even when it has been or ordered
dered ordered to third reading, to move its
commitment.
Now, as to the bill itself, the presi president,
dent, president, in his message, asked for the
bill to build up trade with South Am America
erica America and, as introduced, it was limit limited
ed limited to South America, although it had

Half Way to Palafim and Return
Silver Springs Transportation Company
"Day LigM 00010"
Yaclit "Silver Springs' leaving Silver Springs
8 a.m. to meeting point with yacht "City of 0calat,,
Returning on yacht "City of Ocala," arrive Silver
Springs 5 p.m.
$2.00 Round Trip, including aufomoMIe be between
tween between Ocala and Silver Springs.
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
' H. C CLEGHORN, G P. iL,
Board of Trade Rooms, Phone 381

Tiie Management' of DH. MeCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Ins tit of e
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z; Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, ., entrance between The
Murray Co., and Xroxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, Jlor "Fully Equipped and will bo Hun
Strictiyj Upon Ethical Lines

UOURSs 9 A.M. TO 4:30,P. M. PIIOPiE 333

VlMtfi'' 'tev

and that is where your prof it is made
on the farm

1:1- :
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inis ino.o JLieere Aorn rianter manes an accu-

rate edge drop and: will pay tor itself in thirty
acres of corn and make a better crop.

Phone 128
o c ala; exorid a

in it the provision "or elsewhere."
Again, the president asked to have it
made a temporary measure. It was
because the caucus would not do this
that seven democrats refused to be
bound. It was argued on the part of

contained twenty-one medical sl
soothing syrups, and other like rt
edies. Several of them on the govc
ment black list, and most of tL
should be there. Palatka Post. i
Are you not mistaken? Is not 1

those favoring the -bill that it would Golden Age the paper edited by

only be temporary anyway, but that
there was no use to put it into the bill.
Now, however, in order to get enough
votes to pass it, a deal has been made
with Kenyon and Norris to acceptan
amendment that ships shall not be
leased for a period of more than one
year. They are for government pwn pwn-ership
ership pwn-ership and for making the operation
of ships a permanent thing, and, in instead
stead instead of the democratic caucus hav having
ing having its way, it has had to yield to
these two republican senators.
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The Golden Age is a religious paper
printed at Atlanta. The last Issue

sanctified friend, "Earnest Willie"'

If all the loafers in America v.c
shrink up and disappear, the I
would be bigger and cheaper 1
ever.

Dr. W. K. Lane, the Eye, Ear, :
and Throat Specialist, has nov:d
residence to the corner of Tucs
and South streets.. Same tC':
as at former location. 6-tf

f;fod cak or pine wood, c
prompt delivery. Phone
tinc'S. :" J. M. Potter.



OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1915

FIVC
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I OCALA S0G2AL-AFFAIRS I

(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)

ing picture party at the Temple. The
hour and a half spent watching the
pictures was greatly enjoyed, after
which the party repaired to the Court
Pharmapv to feast tmon anerel cake

CWMX KK-XWch:xx.h-XXK. I and ice cream served at prettily ap

pointed tables. The guests for the
afternoon were Misses Frances Mc Mc-Iver,
Iver, Mc-Iver, Iver Waterman, Cornelia Dozier,
Marion Hunter, Caroline and Bab Bab-bette
bette Bab-bette Peyser, Mildred "Bullock and
Masters Hardy Croom, Clifford and
Charles Bullock. Miss Bullock was as as-sisted
sisted as-sisted in entertaining her little guests
by her sister, Miss Musie Bulock.

Thought for the Day,
Friendship is the door through
which we go out from the narrow cell
of self, and enter into other lives. It
is the door through which others come
into that narrow cell and make it a
palace with windows that open upon
a boundless universe.

,

president, Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Mrs. R.
G. Blake presided. After the general
routine of business, the afternoon was
copcluded by a delightful social hour,

L Mis3 Lorayne Kemp rendering several
i 1 1- 1 A

pjano soios, wmcn were greatly en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by all the members! Mrs. Car Car-michael
michael Car-michael served her guests to chicken
salad, wafers, tea, cake and .mints.
She was assisted in her duties of host host-ekst
ekst host-ekst by Mrs. J. E. Engesser and Mrs.
C. F. Flippen.

A Valentine Tea
The Earnest Workers, an organiza organization
tion organization of the Methodist church, tender-

eA its frinda a vnlAtitine tea vestT4ai .

- ivirs. u. v. KODerts entertained a

day afternoon at the parsonage,

"Je .Fu"K number of friends last" evening ini

which was the acme of beauty fndt in compliment to Miss Loll

pleasure, ine laaies oi me organisa organisation
tion organisation assisted by Mrs. J. M. GrosS,
decorated the parsonage jodoit.. at-i
tractively with thousands of crimson

It

hearts, garlanded and intliVvined
through and over the doorways" and
windows. Great bunches of gorgeous
crimson and white roses were artist artist-ically
ically artist-ically arranged throughout the ; rooms
and upon the tables and. mantles. The

. in its dainty appointments. Tlie table
was laid with a magnificent lace cloth
upon which rested nn immense Bowl
of roses. ;
Irs. Gross assisted by Mrs. JV A.
' Btfuvier received the guests and as

sisted in entertaining. Mrs. P. V.i

Lea vengood presided over the valen valentine
tine valentine postofBce, which was arranged in
a nook in the front hall and from
which each guest received "their let letter','
ter',' letter',' as 2l souvenir of the happy oc occasion.
casion. occasion. In the dining rdom Mrs.iR.
E. Lang presided over the coffee urn
for the first hour, followed by Mrs.
Harvey Clark for the second hour.
Serving in this room were Mrs. P. J.
Theus, Mrs. J. M. Luckie; Mrs, T. J.
Killebrew and Mrs. A. T. Thomas.
During the afternoon a I musical
program was rendered by Misses
Ruth Simmons, Louise Rentz and
Elsie Meade, with an interesting read reading
ing reading by Mrs. A. A. Winer. Mrs. F, E.
Weihe favored the audience witlvsev?
eral vocal solos.
; Several hundred ladies called dur during
ing during the receiving hours and' the aft

ernoon being a perfect one added
greatly to, the enjoyment of the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. This beautiful affair was

continued through the' evening,; from
, 8 to. jlO. o'clpck, "during' which hours
many gentlemen of the congregation
and their friends dropped irC for a
social half hour to enjoy with the la

dies another especially arranged thus-?

ical program which iii every maejr
-vtraa nArfpptlv renrlsreH. bv Misses

Ruth Rentz. Susie Ervin. NanBrooks

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"Elsie Meade, Eunice Ellis, Mrs. H. M.
.Hampton and Mr. Carlton Ervin.
The purpose of this organizations is
for the raising of money to build a
much needed Sunday school ropm, the
present "quarters being entirely iii
adequate for the demands of this

growing denomination; Qmtaji. hand handsome
some handsome donation was made at this first
tea. ::. At:;n
Other charming affairs are being

hoped that very soon the church will
realize its dream of a new Sunday
school room.
V ..... :
Mr. and Mrs. B H Ssymour pleas-

11 Till V Hill HTI l I riMI I IVIHI Illll MM, .TN l.WT. W

ards at their home last vening -at

A large number were Juipittnance
and ;llie evening was ipgre4t
pleasure to all. Mrs. Seyz$ir I assist assisted
ed assisted byvMrs. A. L. Izlar and MrsW. D.
Tompkins, served a refreshing re-

Miss Sue Moore left yesterday aft
. ernoon for Gainesville) Jspend the
week-end as the cruest of Mrs. Brvan

N. Walker. : "'s1 --v:. ;'

Pope, who has leen her hdTIlfgues

since her graduation at the Marion

.Qountyojpital Monday evening.AJ

numoer oi tne old. ana always inter interesting
esting interesting games were ? enjoyed, after
which partners formed to partake of
the dainty refreshments served in the
prettily appointed dining room. The
evening was one of much pleasure
and passed all too quickly for the
hPPy guests.

Mrs. Rachell Koess and daughter
Miss Lillian Roess, of Oil City, Pa.,
arrived this afternoon for their an annual
nual annual winter visit to the former's son,
Mr. M. J. Roess and family.
Mrs. J. G. Glass is in Tampa, the
guest of her sister, Mrs. A. E. Cor Cornish,
nish, Cornish, during Gasparilla.

Mrs. H. C. Peelman, corresponding
secretary of the Baptist Woman's
Missionary Union of Florida, is in the
city, the guest of31rsJ2. Van Hood.

Miss Gene Austin will join her

piother, MrsJK. Austin in this city
c Sunday aftqrnojon for an extended
visit. Miss Austin is a former Ocala
girl and her doming is anticipated
with unusual interest, it being her,
first visit home for many yearsJIrs.
lAustui ana1TeT"dalLign'ter-will have
rooms "at the residence of Mrs. E. P.
Rentz while in the city, i

Miss Lola Pope will leave the first
of the week for Rock Springs, where
for the next ten days she will be the
guest of Mrs. G. G. Maynard and fam family.
ily. family. Before returning to Ocala she
will make an extended visit to rela relatives
tives relatives in Cedar Keys.

ftlr. ,J. A. Pittman, "Mrs. George
Close, Miss Fanny Clark and Miss
Josie'McClure are Gasparilla, visitors
to Tampa.
. ...
. Mrs. T. J. Wiley, whJias been vis visiting
iting visiting her sister, Mrs. B. H. Sgymore,
has gone to f Tampa to visit friends
before returning to her home in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. ' ' '- ;

On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

It'll be to your interest to watch
for the Dollar Day announcements in
a day or two.

Blick typewriters at The Murray
Company. 12-3t

Dickison Chapter, TJ. D. C, was en entertained
tertained entertained a,t its regular monthly meet meeting
ing meeting yesterday, afternoon by Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward Carmichael at herhotnfvm Fort
King avenue. In he absence of the

Dr. Ruth S. ArnoM
OSTEOPATH
Phone 45

Colonial Hotel,

Ocala, Fla.

Virginia Style,
Smoked Hams
CMade in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A )
25c PEQ .POUriO, DFL1VERFD

Phone 34; !:,

Pa., arrived this afternoon from'Rich from'Rich-motfdJVjLt
motfdJVjLt from'Rich-motfdJVjLt for a visit of some length
to hercousin, Mxs.JStf. T. Gary and;
family, 3IrsTChambers was a popu
fir visitor last winter and her coming
will be. of much pleasant interest to
her friends.
V Mr. and Mrs. W. H.- Haney, who
have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
D. Rooney for the past week, will re return
turn return to their home (in Cartersville,
jra., Monday.
Miss Louise Booe came down from
Mcintosh yesterday to spend the

Week-end at home.
'
Mrs. G. S. Scott will 'entertain the
Presbyterian social of the Ladies' Aid
Society Monday afternoon at her
home on Fort King-avenue; from 3
o'clock until 6:30. All friends of the
organization are cordially invited to
attend. ;
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Master Mortimer Goodwin was ac accompanied
companied accompanied home by Master Charles
Duval yesterday afternoon, who will

be his guest for the week-end. '.
y Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lamoree and
! two .interesting children left yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon for Orlando, where

they will spend a few Bays visiting
the fair before returning to their
home at Salt Point, N. Y. Mr. Lam Lamoree
oree Lamoree is a cousin of Rev. Fred Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin of Alexandria Bay, N. Y., and
with his family has enjoyed very
much' his southern tour and first visifc
to Florida.
-
Mrs. R. J. Wells will conclude a ten
days' visit to her sister-in-law, Mrs.

SamIgou and family tomorrow, re returning
turning returning to her home in Hawthorne.'
' -.
Mrs. E. L. Carney, who had antici anticipated
pated anticipated a visit to Tampa for the week weekend,
end, weekend, has been obliged to defer her
.trip on account of illness.
Mrs. R. S. Hall is expected home to

morrow afternoon from a two weeks'
visit to friends in Atlanta. During

her visit in that city as the guest of
Mrs. Ayer she was the recipient of
many social attentions and her stay
was most delightful.
.
Mrs L. A. Ditto returned last
night from a visit to relatives in
Jacksonville.
N-
Mrs. Rowena Chappell has return returned
ed returned from her visit with relatives at
Wildwood and resumed her post of
dutyas a nurse at the hospital.

The ladies of the Methodist church
are planning to give a rummage sale
at an early date.
"
Miss Josephine Bullock, whose mar marriage
riage marriage on the 25th will be a brilliant
social event of the season, entertain entertained
ed entertained this afternoon the junior members
of her wedding attendants at a mov-

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Okeechobee

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Will yield big crops of corn, cane, cowpeas, velvet beans, rape, peantiN, ktidzti, spineless cactus?
besides raising Bermuda, Rhodes, Para, Natal and other grasses for hay and pasture. With al
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 Nov Ready for Cultivation
These lands do not need draining other than small ditches necessary on any farm. Make a trip
to Okeechobee on he new division of the Florida East Coast Railway without delay, and see for
yourself just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now only a trifle over twelve hours
journey fro mv Jacksonville. 3
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 Chuluota and Kenansrille 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. INGRAM!, Vice-Prei

eat

Land and Industrial Department, Florida East Coast Railway

Room 2C0 City Building

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

l!

&RS. JOHN A. BISHOP

Him Oesillsi

News has just reached the city an announcing
nouncing announcing the death of Mrs. John A.
Bishop in Birmingham, Ala., at an
early hour this morning, from the ef effects
fects effects of a surgicaL operation.
The funeral services will be held
at Evergreen cemetery tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. J. M. Gross
of the Methodist church officiating.
The following will act as pall bearers:
Messrs. F. E. Harris, W. D. Taylor,
D. W. Tompkins, J. B. Carlisle, W. A.
Goin and W. A. Knight.
MrSi Bishop was formerly Miss

Emeline Robinson, and spent her early
life in Ocala, leaving here about ten
years ago to reside in Brooksville, and
later in Clearwater. About two years
ago they moved to Birmingham.
Besides many warm personal friends
Mrs:::Bishop leaves to mourn her loss
a husband and three sons; Messrs.
Heroert, Robert and Leroy, all of
Birmingham, and Mrs. Foy of this
city' ; '

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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.
Full weight and satisfactory servicego with this good ice of ours. Let ua
have your custom we deserve it.

THE LITTLE CROSS OF BRONZE

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The
Laundry
Tiiat

On that day we will al allow
low allow ONE DOLLAR dis discount
count discount on any contract

I placed with us for

)0l"JN
IRON

GUTTERS
ROOFING

ANKS, ETC.

By any resident of Marion,
Levy, Citrus, Sumter, or
Lake county.
This doesn't mean, that
we propose to add that
amount to the original
price and then take it off.
It's a genuine offer. All
of our work is guaranteed.
Look for the Big Sign on
the roof just west of Mas Master's
ter's Master's Store.
AsHey
SHEET METAL WORKS
West Broadway
Ocala, Florida

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Embalmer

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

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

219 WEST BROADWAY

This poem was written by Mrs.
Sarah Banks Weaver of Miami, a sis sis-ter
ter sis-ter of Mrs. A. A. Winer and Mr. S. M.
Lummus, of this city:
;'
Only a crdss of bronze
And a faded coat of gray; -Simple?
Yes; but held dear
By the men fast passing away.
It tells a story of life's evening
A story of heroes sublime,
A story that goes on and on
And on through the realms of time.
It tells of the soldiers weary march,
Of the roaring, deafening gun, y
Of- the sickening smell of blood
And the awful havoc when day was
done. ?
It tells of youth and manhood
It tells of a loyal band
That fought and died with a South Southerner's
erner's Southerner's pride
In defense of a bright sunny land.
It tells of marvelous' marches o'er a
hundred hills, x
The rattle of drums, and fifes shrill

note
Sulphurous smoke that heavenward
rolled
And a rain of bullets and the winds
afloat.
It tells of the men who rode with Lee
With Gordon, with Jackson and
- Beauregard.
And only the glorious defense of his
land
Was th soldier's thought of reward.

It tells of homesick, heart-sick men
;In prisons far away.
It tells of whistling shot and shell
And a shroud of Confederate gray.
It tells of the notes of a bugle
Of a campfire by the side of a hill.
Of a dream of loved ones and home
A memory sweet, that lingers still.
It tells of heroic service and sacrifice
Of a sweetheart's tear, of a moth mother's
er's mother's prayer.

Of a baby's smile, in that far off home j

Grown dimmer now m the trumpet s
blare.
Oh, 'tis a legacy priceless and rare
Bestowed upon the men who wore
the gray
And deac almost as life to the veter veteran's
an's veteran's heart
. Is the little bronze cross he is wear wearing
ing wearing today.
NOTICE

Malses

Ocala
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Famous

To a Persoa Who Prides

EimseM on Mis Appearance

Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Bosineos,

OsMa Sf gangs" Xsniins'd!i?y

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t? 4irj-4U4 a. si&m street

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Phone 101.

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Soda I7ater. CinaFs, and -"Onarette

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will be sold only for CASH !eFaI!eF

. -. r 'By J. J. GERIG, Proprietor

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Fcbrqary'il IS, 1 15 and 16
. EXCURSION RATES ,'
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Tickets Sold February 9th to 16th
Final Limit February 26th
Children Half Fare
ATLAROTC COAST LIME
Standard Railroad of Uic South

Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, Florida, intend to apply
ta the legislature of the state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, at its regular session in 1915, for
a special legislaHon authorizing, the
re-issue and validation of all outstand outstanding
ing outstanding county warrants issued by or un under
der under authority of the board of county
commissioners of Marion county, Flor

ida, prior to February 1st, 1915, or
such of said warrants as the said leg legislature
islature legislature may see fit to authorize to be
re-issued and validated; and also pro providing
viding providing f pr the payment of interest
thereon, and for making the said war warrants
rants warrants payable at fixed periods.
Board County Commissioners, Marion
County, Florida. 1-30

The best line of fancy stationery in
town and at most reasonable prices,
at the Court Pharmacy. 5-6t

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

7 Keys to Baldpate at The Murray
Company. 12-St

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. II. Thomas
of Logansport, Lid., 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 wheni suffering from,
croup, and it hils never failed to give
them prompt relief." For sale by all
dealers. ....;.. ; Adr



OCA LA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1915

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MRS J FORD H, ROGERS
Editor for February

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In order that this may be

a memorable day in our

local history we? are offer

ing two big dollar specials
for that day only:

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'Fourteen yards of Utility

and other well known
brands vpf Dress Ging Ginghams,
hams, Ginghams, guaranteed fast
colors, for.
Fifteen yards of Shadow
Lace, worth up to 18
cents per yard, for this
day only

I'. .'--

We invite your, attention
to our splendid line of
Dress Goods and Shoes.
MAYES -fi BUM
N. Magnolia St.,.

OCALA,

FLORIDA

i Day in
" Ocala

1 5th

FEBRUARY

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ME!JM:

SPEC-MILS'

Chuck Coasts 12 1-2 cents per g

pound
Stew Heat 10 els. per ponnd
Dome llaile Sausage 15 cents

two pounds for 25 cents
Full line of Marion County
raised Beef and Pork. Al Also
so Also Corned Beef. Skinned
Hams, Boneless Ham, Bo

logna Sausage, Frankfurt's;
Hamburger, and pure Pork
Breakfafst Sausage. -
MARSH'S MEAT
MARKET

Next to 0. H. Teapot Grocery

McIyer:fi:ifflacSay
Foiieral Directors
UHDEET 4KEES and EUBAtUERS
Fine Caskets and Bnrial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Embal
mers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office 5

Pabst's Blue Ribbon Beer, the
standard of the world, at. Johnny's
Place. 22-tf

Cullings from the January number

of General Federation of Women's

Clubs magazine:

"A girl lias no right- to complain

that there is nothing at home for
her. It is her duty to put something
into the community. God holds her
responsible for the use she makes of
all her advantages.
"Those who have grown sons real realize
ize realize that the girl who is taught to
set a high value upon herself is the
girl who commands the respect of
the best men.
"Our club houses can exercise a
marked influence on the tone of the
social life of the young people. ...

"No education committee should i

allow its club to neglect the impor important
tant important duty of club women to help give
to every individual of our five and a
half million of illiterates opportunity
to .learn to read.
"A child of ordinary mind can be
taught to read and write in three or
four weeks. One man, aged thirty,
after four lessons, wrote a legible

letter. A man, aged fifty, wrote a
legible, letter after seven lessons. A
woman, aged seventy, wrote a legi legible
ble legible letter after eight lessons. These
are exceptional cases, but a few

weeks attendance, at night schools is
sufficient to enable adult pupils to
read and write.
' "In every thousand people over ten
years of age, there were in 1910 illit illiterates.
erates. illiterates. Alabama, 22.9; Arizona, 20.9;
Arkansas, 12.6; California, 3.7 ; Colo Colorado,
rado, Colorado, 3.7; Connecticut, 6.0; Delaware,

8.1; Florida, 13.8; Georgia, 20.7; Ida Idaho,
ho, Idaho, 2.2; Illinois, 3.7; Indiana, 3.1;
Iowa, 1.7; Kansas, 2. 2"; Kentucky,
12.1; Louisana, 29.0; Maine, 4.1;
Maryland, 7.2;. Massachusetts, 5.2;
Michigan, 3.3; Minnesota, 3.0; Miss Mississippi,
issippi, Mississippi, 22.4; Missouri, 4.3; Montana;
4.7; ; Nebraska, 1.9; Nevada, 6.7; New
Hampshire, 4.6; New Jersey, 5.6;
New Mexico, 20.2; New York, 5. 5;

North Co'roljna 18.5, North Dakota, j
3.1 ;; Ohio,, 3.2; Oklahoma,5.6; Oregon,
1.9; Pennsylvania, 5.9; Rhode Island,
7.1; South Carolina, 25.7 ; South Da Dakota,
kota, Dakota, 2.9 ; Tennessee, 13.6 ; Texas, 9.9 ;
Vermont, 3. 7.; Utah, 2.5; Virginia,
15.2; Washington, 2.0; West Virginia,
8.3; Wisconsin, 3,2; Wyoming, 3. 3.
"The .Hyechka Club, of Tulsa, Ok Oklahoma
lahoma Oklahoma invited the presidents of the
thirty-two music clubs of the states
to be guests of the club during the
fall festival at which Mme. Louise
Homer sang. These guests were met
at the station and conveyed to the
homes of club members. Automobiles
conveyed them i to and from the hall
where the choicest seats had been
reserved for them.

"See1 to it that every tea-table club
and Sunday school begin intelligent
discussion of how to promote peace.
" The state Federation of Clubs of
New Mexico, endorsed equal suffrage
atits annual meeting held in October
1914. V-:'
" The State Federation ofClubs of
Indiana endorsed equal suffrage in
1913. ; :..;V,.
The North Dakota Federation of
Women's Clubs endorsed political

equality- for men and women, 1914..
Texas clubs are striving to get a
compulsory education bill through the
legislature. V ., ; ,. ,.-.'.
.'. ,.-.'. Ciiib women in North Carolina are
bending their energies to help the
war sufferers. ;
Work of the Study Class
The study class of the Woman's
Club is reading that; most popular of
all Shake spere's plays, Richard III.

Intellectually, it is far below Hamlet,
King Lear or Othello, and poetically

it can not be compared with The Tem Tempest,
pest, Tempest, Jlomeo and Juliet or -the Mer

chant of Venice. But there are more
early editions of it than of any of the
other plays, and there are more al allusions
lusions allusions to it, by other writers of
Shakspere's time, than to any' other

of his works. It has always held its
place on the stage, for Richard's hy hy-pocricy,
pocricy, hy-pocricy, which leads him to play the
part of. subject and sovereign, the
sage and the satirist, the soldier and
the suitor the, sinner and the saint
and "frame his face to all occasions,"
makes the part especially attractive
to the actor hence every eminent

English tragedian has represented
the wicked crook-backed king.
Character Building
There is no growth of character in
the play. .Richarjd comes before us in
the opening speech with his declara declaration
tion declaration of. evil be thou my good. (Per-

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300 pairs Ladies' Low and High
Shoes, among this lot are Patents,
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Button, Lace, Straps, Pumpsv and
Colonials.. Values up to $3.50, on
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Ladies Black Boot Silk Hose
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Children's School Hose, 'extra good
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embroidered trimmed, slipovers,, on
this day at
, $1.00
Corset Covers, embroidered nd
iace trimmed, good quality, 4 for
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TURKISH TOWELS

Turkish Bath Towels, good size and
Quality, this sale, per dozen''
$i.oa
2 doz. Small Huck Towels, this sale
. $1.00
10 yards, 33 in. Indian Head
$1.00
All Linen Napkins, size 20x20, doz
$1.00
Pure Linen for Shirtwaists, 45 cent1
value, this sale 4 yards for
$1.00

SHIRT WAISTS

.Low and High Neck, made
crepe and voile; Good

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Ladies Drawers, good quality.
Plain and embroidered.. Open and
closed. 4 pair for
$1.00

Children's Drawers, extra
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' $1.00
(All sizes)

good

RATINES

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On this flay.'we will sell rejplar 35c
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EMBROIDERY and LACES

Among this lot are values up to 20c
per yard.. Some are slightly soiled.
They must go at, 20 yards for

1.00

CHILDREN'S DRESSES

One lot of Wool Dresses, Shepard Plaid,
well made and trimmed

Sin

Gingham and Percale Dresses, extra
good quality, values 75c to $1.00 on
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for u 2 to 12 years.

MEN'S WEAR

Pure Silk Socks, all colors, 33c val value,
ue, value, 4 pair for
$1.00
Handsome Ties, in a wide range of
patterns, 50c value. This sale 3 for
$1.00
Fancy Pleated Shirts, $1.50 value
in this sale at
$1.00

CHILDREN' SWEATERS

Among this lot of Sweaters are
Navy Blue, Ked, White, and White
Trimmed in Red, Pink and-Illue. $1.73
values, this sale for
' :$1.00
ALL WOOL

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CREPES

5 yards,- of regular 35c per yard
Fancy Crepes and Rice Cloth.. All
new patterns. . Will make ; dainty dainty-summer
summer dainty-summer frocks, On this day, 5 yarjls,
$1.00

Watch Paper for our EXTRA
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MlfLii

lilfilONAS and HtiUSE DRESSES

Kimonas are all new patterns and a
good value at $1.50. They go in this
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House Dresses cf Gingham and Per-.
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with thee my most heavy curse. (The
little souls of Edward's children
whisper the spirits of thine enemies,
and promise them success and vic victory."
tory." victory." Is it the primitive in; man that
loves this play for its bloodthirsty
spirit?
There is little interplay of charac character
ter character upon character. Richard says, I
am myself alone" and so he is with

no worthy adversary until he meets!

Richmond in the last act.
Women of the Play
The women of-this drama are re remarkable
markable remarkable for two things, the height
of their station and the depth of their
woe. Queen Margaret, Queen Eliza

beth,; Queen Anne, Cicely the mother
of two kings, and the young Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth desired as wife by Richard III.,
but, to be the consort of Henry VII.,
the victorious Richrnond; all have lost
husband, or son, or father through the
vile machinations of the wretched
Richard. Poor Elizabeth has lost her

father and three sons; Margaret hus husband
band husband and son, and Anne, father, hus husband
band husband and her own life.
English -History
The play givers us a good bit of
English history for in placing the
noble families introduced and in
studying the environment, the causes
of the wars mentioned, and the claims
to the throne, one goes back to the
Norman Conquest and must perforce
earn:
"First William the Norman,
Then 'William his son,

haps Milton was helped to imagine Henry, Stephen, Henry, Richard and

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the start.
Of his brothers, 'Edward IV., who
is ill, and George, he says, "He can
not live, I hope, and must not die till
George, be packed post haste up to
Heaven."
His ruthless murder of the Little
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name execrable through all time.

John,
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two and three,
And again after Richard, three Hen Henrys
rys Henrys we see,
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1915

W THE CIIICUIT COURT OP THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marion County In Chancery.
To Anderson & Company:

It appearing iron, an amua. a w ...
this court in a suit this day oammen.
ed by the Clark -Kay-Johnson Com
pany, a corporation orgaraaeu ex existing'
isting' existing' under the laws of t.e tate of
Florida, against you and others, .that
you are a, r evident of a state or country
other- than the tate of Florida, and
that your principal place of business is
in the city of Savannah and state of
Georgia, and that there Is no person in
the state of Florida, the service ot aub aub-Doena
Doena aub-Doena upon Whom would bind you.
W-ritr nttvi wvrCtM V. von .r tfim-
manded to be and appear before this
honorable court on
Monday the lt Jay of Mareb, A. D.
1015,
in nnn Mild uicio i ux rk c; uuanci .v
bill of complaint exhibited against you
in our aid court by the Clark-It ay -Johnson,
Company, a corporation or organized
ganized organized ami -existing "under the law of
the state of Florida, and to do further
and receive what our isa id court shall
Shave considered in .that behalf; other otherwise
wise otherwise the complainant will proceed ex
parte.
It ls further ordered that a copy of
this order shall be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state.
WIi'NESS the Honorable W. S, Eul-,
lock, Judges of our said court, anJ.P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the eal thereof at
the court house in Ocala, Marion
county. Florida, this the 15th day ot
January, A. D. ID 15.
, (Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
CountyFlorida.
13y M. E. Goddard, Deputy Clerk.
fci'ATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
J hereoy certify, that the foregoing
and above is a true and correct copy
of the original order of publication
made in said cause, on file in my office.
'Ocala, Florida, this the 15th day of
January. .. n
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Florida.
1-16-15-sat By -M K. Goddard, P. C.
IX 'a he circuit court of the
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marion County In Chancery.
To .Co-Operative Land .& Investment
Company, a Corporation, and Trop Tropical
ical Tropical Land Company, a Corporation:
It appearing from an affidavit filed
In this court this day in a suit com commenced
menced commenced by the Clark-Ray-Johnson
roration organized and
existing under, tne laws of the state of
Florida, against you and others, that
you and each of you are a corporation
orcanizid and existing tinder the laws
o.f the state of New York and that
vnrnr rpntive olaces of business is in
the city of New York and state of New
v r r ir sxnd that there is no person in
the tate of Florida, the service of a
subpoena upon whom would bind you
evr- ott'hoi nf Vfll.
NOW THEREFORE you and each of
you are commanded to appear Dei ore
this honorable court on
Momlav. the 1st day of 3Iarcb, A. D.
in answer to a bill of complaint ex
ihrhlted airainst you in our saW court
by the Clark-Ray-Johnson Company, a
rnmnpation organized and existing un
der the laws of the state of Florida,
and to do further and receive what our
5aid court shall 'have considered in
that behalf, otherwise the complainant
will proceed ex parte.
It is further 'ordered "that "'a copy of
this order shall, be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
fcald county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Judge of our said court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the -seal -thereof at
Ocala Florida, this the 15th day of
January, 1915.
(Seal) P. II. NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit qourt .of Marion
County, Florida
By M. E. Goddard, Deputy Clerk.
fcTATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF -MARION.
I Ihrebv certify, that the above and
foregoing Is a true copy of the original
order or publication maue ivt ssaiu
ra,ii.A. ion tilfi lin .m,v office.
Ocala, Florida, this the 15tlh day of
January A. D. 1915.
(Seal) P. II. NUGIiJNT,
ClerK of the Circuit Couo-t of Marion
County, Florida. r
- By M. E. GODDARD,
16-sat. v- Deputy Clerk.
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
1 Marion County In Chancery.
To M". J. Morrison, S. H. Brown, W. A
Shands, John M. Reddick, William
A. Chisplm, Martha iPerktns1, Lo-
zora M. Day, A. B. Edwards. Elmer
T. Townsend, J. Henry Bates, Mary
D. .Mario w, Lucile E. Bates, Mattie
Hell Bates. Lambert Moninger,
John Harvey, Fletcher B. Sweet,
Mury H. -Mann, Madison Large, and
Lews iv. Jacobs:
It appearing from an afftdavlt filed
in this court in a suit this day com
menced by The Clark-Ray- Johnson
Company, a corporation organized and
existing under' tne laws of the state of
Florida against you and others, that
your respective places of residence are
unknown to the affiant; that you and
each of you are over the age of twenty-one
years and that there is no per per-Bon
Bon per-Bon lin the state of Florida the service
of subpoena upon whom would bind!
you, or eitner oi you.
iuvv THEREFORE you and each of
you are commanded to he and appear
before this honorable court on f
Blonday the 22nd day of March, A. D.,
: 1015, J
to answer to a bill of complaint ex
hibited against you In our said court
by ifhe said Clark-Ray-Johnson Corn-
pany, a corporation organized and ex-
isting under the lawis of the &tate of
Florida, and to receive and. do further
wnat our saia couri mixii atvc cunam-
ered in that behalf, otherwise the com-
plalnant will proceeu ex parte.
It 'is turtner oraerea tnat a copy ot
this order shall be ubllshed once -a
week for eight consecutive -weeks
the Ocala Star a newspaper published
in said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul
lock, judge of our said court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
the court house in Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, this the 15th day o-
January. A. D. 1915
(Seal) P. II. NUGENT
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida
By M. E. Goddard, D. C,
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify, that the above and
foresroing is a true copy of the origi-
nal order of publication made in aid
cause, on nle in my oince.
Ocala, Florida, this the 15th day of
January, A. D., 1915.
(Seal) P. H." NUGENT,
Clerk of the : Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
By M. E. GODDARD,
16-sat. Deputy Clerk.
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IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marion County In Chancery.
To Frank Gray, Lulu Bu tier, Jas. H.
Debbell, Lible Walker, D. A. Des Des-brow,
brow, Des-brow, Jackson Large, Jas. D. Mal Mallard,
lard, Mallard, Madison Jones, Henrietta S.
Williams, Jeff Blackman, John Al Albert
bert Albert Hacking, Randall King, Ed Edward
ward Edward King, William C. Sweet 'Is 'Israel
rael 'Israel Brown, Louisa E. Sutherland,
John T,' Sutherland, Alexander
Ross. James 15. Ross, John W. An-
' ; derson, S. W. Gleson, Mary A.
Manning, James Manning, Wm. H.
Geiger Ed. Robinson, Benjamin
Weathers, Mathey Hildley, Z. A.

Butt, Clara M. Butt. Anna M. Hess,
Shedrich U Hess, Theodocia B. Mc Mc-llenry,
llenry, Mc-llenry, Mary J. Stine, Samuel B.
Stine, Joseph A. Butt, Rody D.
Butt, Anna Luella Whltmer, Elmer
F. WMtimer, Mary S. Pray, John W.
Pray, Alice GrJggey, Jennie P.
Sheef, W. C. Sheef, J. L. Parker,
Bertha D. Parker. Amelia E. De
Witt, Alfred C. DeWitt, Rias Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, John R. Brown, Richard B.
Snyder, Eldridge G. Hideout, Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin Julius and Jacob Messenger:
it aonearintr from an affidavit filed
i-n tHi rourt in a suit th-is day com
menced by The Clark-Ray-J onnson
fVimr.anv. a corporation organizea ana
existing under the laws of the state of
Florida asrainst you and others, that
your respective places of residence are
each of you are over the age of twen-tv-nnA
-a.rs and that there is no per-
koji in the state of Florida the service
of subpoena lapon whom wouio oina
vrni either ot vou.
NOW THEREITORE you and each of
you are commanded to appear before
this honorable court on
.Monday, the 22nd day of 3Iarch, A.
1915,
tr. anawpr .tn a bill of complaint ex
hibited against you in our said court
by The Clark-Ray-Johnson Company
a corporation organized and existing
under the laws of the state of Florida,
and to do further and receive what
our said court shall have considered
in that behalf, otherwise the complain complainant
ant complainant will proceed ex parte.
It is further ordered that a copy
this order shall be published once a
week for eight consecutive weeks li lithe
the lithe Ocala Star a newspaper, published
In said county and state. w-
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Judge of our said court, and P. H.
Nugent, ,elerk, and the seal thereof at
the court house in Ocala, Marion
couinty, Florida, this the 15th day c
January, A. D. 1915.
(Seal) 1. II. NUGENT,
ClerK. of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, x Florida
By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF, MARION.
I hereby certiry that th'e above and
foregoing is a true copy of the origi original
nal original order or publication made in said
aiKo rrn fl 1 f in -m v office.
Ocala, Florida, this the 15th day of
January, A. D., 1915.
(Seal) P. II. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circaiit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
By M. E. GODDARD,
16-sat. Deputy Clerk.
IX TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth" Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marlon County In Chancery.
-
To Tropical Land. Company, a corpo
ration:
TX. annearing from an affidavit filed
in this court, dn a suit this day com-
imenced by The Clark-Ray-J onnson
OAmreinv. a "rinrTvoratlon organ lzea ana
exls-ting under tne Jaws oi me eiaie vi
" r "- t M
Fy ori da, against y ou i ana o tn e rs, .n a t
vnnr rrinriTval Tilace of 1U9iness was ill
the city of New xotk ana state oj.
mw Ycvrk. and that there is no person
In the state of Florida the service of
subpoena upon whom would mud you.
NOW THKUJSi UltHi you are cum
manded to be and appear before this
honorable court on
Monday the lt day March, A,
1915,
jo then and there answer to a "bill of
complaint ex,hibHed against you in out
isaid court oy Tne uiarK-Kay-joHiisuH
Cornnanv. a corporation organ
ized and exisSting under fhe laws of the
state X Florida, and to do further and
rAfftiv vhat our said court shall have
considered to. -that behalf, otherwise the
complainant will proceed ex parte.
It is further ordered that a cony of
this order shall be published once a
,week for four consecutive weeKS m tne
Ocala Star a newspaper, published in
said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Judge of our said court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
the court house- in Ocala, Marlon
counsty, Florida, this the -15th day oi
Januiary, A. D. 1915. ;
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerks of the Olrcult Court of Marion
County, Florida
By M. E." Goddard, Deputy Clerk.
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF MARION
I hereby certify that the above and
I foregoing Is a true and rrect copy of
the original order of publication made
in aild anse. on file in my office.
Ocala. 'Florida, this the 15th day oi
January, A. D. 1315
rseal) P. II. NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
countyFlorida.
By M, E. GODDARD,
16-sat. Deputy Clerk.
IX THE 'CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth- Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marion County In Chancery. 4
To Savannah Bank & Trust Company,
a Corporation:
It appearing from an affidavit filed
In this .court In a suit this day com
menced by the Clark-Ray-Johnson
nnimnanv. a corooratlon organized and
existing under the laws of the state of
Florida, against you, and others, that
ycur principal place of business is in
i tne scty r tsavannan ana state oi
Georgia and .that there is no person in
the state of Florida the service or sud-
i poena upon whom would bind you.
x:rw -THEREFORE you are corn-
manded to be and appear before this
honorable court on
Monday the 1st day Of March, A. 1J.
.1. tllil,
to then and there make answer to a
bill of complaint exhibited agains-t you
to our said court by the Clark-Ray-
Johnson Company, a corporation -or-
eranized and existing under the laws of
the state of Florida, and to do .further
and receive what our said court snan
have considered in that behalf, other
wise the complainant will proceed ex
parte. 1 M
It sis further ordered that a copy of
this order shall be published once a
week, for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published In
said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of our said court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof a a-the
the a-the court house in Ocala, 'Marion
county, Florida, this the loth day of
January, A. D. 1915.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARIONS
I hereby certify, that the above ana
forfisroiner is a true copy of the origi
nal order of publication made In the
foregoing sstyled cause ana now on nie
in my office.
. Ocala, Florida, this the 15th day of
January, A. D, 1915.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT;
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marior
County, Florida
- By M. E. GODDARD.
16-sat. Deputy Clerk.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.-
IX THE CIHCUIT tUL.ui ur
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
3Iarion County In Chancery.
r- w-oiior ti mith Jeff Hozan. Sarah J
JL J VVUftb. ----
E. Atkinson, A. B. Rogers, Nancy
Milton, Edson A. Randall, C. P.
Emerson, Sarah A. Hawkins,' Wil Wil-41am
41am Wil-41am Pender, Mrs. J. E. Moore, T.
' W. Williams, Mary Williama Dul-
kes and The Capitol Phosphate
Company, a corporation:
It appearing from an affidavit filed
in this court in a suit this day com commenced
menced commenced by The Clark-Ray-Johnson
Company, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the state I
I-iorida against you and others, that
your respective places of residence are
unknown to the, affiant; that you and
each of you are oevr the age of twenty-one
years and that there is no per person
son person an' the state of Florida the service
of subpoena upon wnora would bind
you, or either of you.
NOW THEREFORE you and each of
you are commanded to appear before
this honorable court m
3ionday the 22nd aay or Mareb, A.
1915,
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you In our said court
by The Clark-Ray-Johnson Company
a corporation organi7ed and existing
under the laws of the state of Florida,
and to do further and receive what
our iaid court shall have considered
In that behalf, otherwise the complain complainant
ant complainant will proceed ex parte.
It is further ordered that a copy o
this order shall he published once, t
week for eight consecutive weeks r
the Ocala Star a newspaper published
in said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul Bul-trtnic.
trtnic. Bul-trtnic. triil trft of said court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
the court house in ocaaa, rnora, nn
the 15th day of January, A. D. 191o.
rSMit P H. NUGENT,
Clerk of4 the Circuit' Court of Marion
County, F orida.
By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify, that the above and
-enrvtrninsr 1s a true copy or tne origi
nal order of publication made in the
foregoing styled cause ana now on iue
in my office.
Ocala, Florida? tms me mn aay oi
January, A. D., 1915.
(Seal) l 11. MJuri,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
, By M..E. GODDARD,
16-sat. Deputy cierv.
IX THE CIRCUIT tOUHT ur-.Tiiu
v Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marion County- In Chancery.
To Peoples Homestead Company, a
corporation, Tropical Land Com-
pany, a corporation; and Co-Operative
Land & Investment Company,
a corporation:
It annearintr from an affidavit filed
in this court in a suit this day com commenced
menced commenced by The Clark-Ray-J onnson
Company, a corporation organizea anu
existing utnder the laws of the state
of Florida, against you and others,
that vrvu and each of you are corpo
ration having your principal places of
bus'iess in the city of Niortana
state of New York and tnat tnere as no
person in the state of Florida, tne ser-
vice oi suopoena upon whivhi ui"u
bind you, or either of you.
NOW THEREFORE you and each of
you are commanded to appear before
this honorable court on
aionday the 1st "day of March, A. D.,
1015,
tn tthfm and there answer to a. bill or
complaint exhibited against you in our
airt bv The Clark-Ray-Johnson
rnmnanv. a cornoration organized and
existing under tne laws oi ine siaie i
r.t Tirttida. and to do further and re I
celve what our said court snan nave
considered in that behalf, otherwise
th oomTdalnant Will nroceed ex parte.
it is further ordered that copy of
this order -shall be published once a
wepk for lour iconsecutive weeks
the Ocala Star a newspaper published
in said? county and state.
witness the Honorable W. S. Bul
lock, Judge of our said court, and P. H.
Nuis-pnt. clerk, and the seal thereof at
the court nouse in ucaia, iiiarion
- o ss. m . w
county, Florida, this the 15th day ot
January, A. jd. iit.
alV K H. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, -Flo rid a.
By M. E. Goddard, Deputy Clerk.
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF MARION
1 herebv certify that the aboTe and
frtrAe-niner is a tme.cotiy of the origi
nal order of publication made in said
cause on nie m my oince
WTTNRS5S mv hand and official seal
at Ocala, uuonoa, tnis tne itn uay vi
' ... . J
January, A. u., laio.
rspal A', it. jNUUiuiN r,
Olerk of the Circul
it court oi Clarion
County, Florida
By M. E. GODDARD,
16-sat. Deputy Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marion County, in Chancery.
I To Ella Behm, Daniel O. Vanville, Al-
bert W. Crafts, Elliott C. Dorr,
v Ben F, Dixon, Joseph R. Dunn, E.
N. Dennlson, Blanche M. Evans, W.
AI. 'Etheridge, G. W. Eddy, George
B. Finch. Virginia R. M. Grant,
Matthew Hatoe, F. W. Hull, Ben
jamin Humphries, John E. Havis,
Gunerius Hterer. Isabelle Mans
field, James Mitchell, George W.
.Mitchell, Frank Pohquinette, Jr.,
Benjamin H. Ferryman, Nellie
Roush, Frederick A. Smart, J. F.
Simpson, M. J. Slicker, Mrs. H.
Zacharlas and jS. D. Zachars :
It appearing from an affidavit filed
In this court this day dn a suit com-
1 -w i w r J T 1 .T T
mencea Dy joan i ayior ana
Taylor, doing business as Ocala Man-
ufacturing Company, against you and
others, that your respective places of

residence are unknown to complainant, Bon in tne state f Florlda upon whom
the affiant; that you. and each of you Uervlce of process could be made to
are over the age of twenty-one years bind tne said ponaa southern
a.nd that- there is no person In the i Railw Company, a railroad corpora corpora-state
state corpora-state of Florida service of suhpoena f tion incorporated under the laws of the
upon whom would hind you, or either state 0f Florida
ofyou. Therefore you are hereby ordered to
Now, therefore, you and each of ou-. be and appear .before this honorable
are commanded to appear before this court ,OT1
honorable court on j ,
I 12th day of April, A. D. 1D1.
'Monday, April 5th, A. D. 1013 j lo defend tne sali actibn. or judgment
tb answer to a bill of complaint, ex-j will be entered against you.
hibited against you in the said court It is further ordered that a copy of
by John H. Taylor, and John H. Tay-' this order be published 'once a week
inr Hninr hn n.a Ora 1 3 Afanufac- for the space of two months in the

tur'ing Company, and to db ffurther
and receive what the said court shall
have considered in that behalf, other-
wise the complainant will proceed ex
parte. .
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order shall be published once a
roir f ie-ht ronsrutive weeks in
tie Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper!
luhlished in said county and state.
Witness the Honorable W. S. Bui-,
lck, judge of said court, and P. H H-Nugent,
Nugent, H-Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
Ocala, Marion county, Florida, this the
6kii day of February, A. D. 1915.
(Clerk's Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida.
By M. E. Goddard. D. C.
I W. DUVAU
Solicitor for Complainant. 2-6-9t-sat

IX THE CIRCUIT

COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial
lal Circuit of Florida, c
nty In Chancery. I
.Marlon Con
To Richard Brewste Lewis R. Jacobs,
S. H. Ilrown, Arthur Gillipeau. Joh.
juanoch, BenJ. F. Perry, Jas.'M.
Brown, Lewis Harvill, Eldridge G.
Hideout, Thomas Thompson, J. Y.
Bettys, Charle-s A. Naray, Robert
W. Sublet, Daniel Moseley, James
Bumham, Josiah C. Vail, Edmund
Martin, Sarali W. Martin, Mary J.
Schuch, Dunk McCullom, John
Beard, Blake A. Carter, Henry
Reynolds, June Iiarnes, Margaret
A. Miller, Marshall T. Robinson,
W. M. Eldridge, Jas. L. Sullivan
and W. H. Baker and F. B. Nor Normal
mal Normal doing business as Norman &
Company:
It appearing from an affidavit filed
in this court in a suit this day com-I
menceu oy .uic ujm-ivaj-''ii"9w
Lraoanv. a corporal on organized and
existing under the laws of the state of
Pinr.fia atrainst you and others, that
vmir resnective places of residence are
unknown to the affiant; that, you and
iph at vou are over the age of twenty
one years and that there is no person
in the state of Florida, the service of
subpoena upon whom would bind you
or either or
vrm
N'OW THEREFORE you and eaoti ot
you are commanaeu i we mm. appear
i thin Vi-Tn,! rn rt ot i
ueiuic una
Monday, the 22nd day of .March, A. D. j
1915,
to answer to a bill of complaint ex ex-Hahitfd
Hahitfd ex-Hahitfd against you in our said court
by the Clark-Ray-Johnson Company, a
corporation organized and existing un under
der under the laws of the state of Florida,
nnd to do further and receive wnat
ouVald court shall have considered
tn ut Kcxhai'f. n.ihprw se the complain-1
lt. ..v v...-.., ------
a i r'in w florid ttat a conv of
wees nV rulnhed
the Ocala Star a newspaper published
Honorable W S Bui-
, Sb y1 .trt VS' r H
lock, judge of our sa id court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, ana uie seai inerwiai
t,h( -f-nnrt iiouse in Jcaia, Clarion
county, Florida, thjs the 15th day ol
January A. U. uio
fM.ii P H. NUGENT,
rriork of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, -Florida.
By 'M. E. Goddard, D. C.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify that the above and
.fArvrnin!r is n. true cony of the orig
inal order of publication made in said
cause, on file--in ray oince.
avitnpss mv hand and official seal, at
0-ala. Florida, this the 15th day of
January, A. D. 1915.
iSm. 1 P- II. NUGLrsil,
niprk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
16-sat. ieputy t;ierK.
IX
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of the State
of Tlnrlda. In and for 3IarIon
County, in Chancery.
John IL Taylor and John II. Taylor,
Doing Business as Ocala Manufac Manufacturing
turing Manufacturing Company, Complainant, vs.
Albert tW. Crafts, et al.. Defend
ants Suit to Quiet .Title.
It appearing from the affidavit and
the sworn bill of the complainant in
that there are 'persons Interested m
- w : i
- w I
other
Ia .ou mniainant fhPrein nrav-
are unKnown to mm,
' .
EVof ne4: sw4 of ne4; nwi.of
Mln'r -.17.TM rane
24 east.
n oi n aita sei oi ney. section
22. tnwnisihin 17 south, range 24 east.
Ny2 of nei of mwy4 and siwy 01
nei of nwii. section 24, township 17,
range 24 east.
Nwi4 ot nwy4; ney or sw
and
south,
range 24 east
MpV. nf siz of nwU ; sci of aw
and swVi of sey4, section 27, township
XwV of swi, section 29, township
17 -south, ranere 24 east.
SwA df swVk." section 31, township
17 south, range 24 east.
E bt e of sei of seH, section
51 towncshln" 17, south. (ranere 24 east.
NwV of neli; tA' of nw; sei o
swVi; and a. of fee. section 36.
f rim chir 17 crkiitu ra tifp ?i tfLKT.
Are hereby required to appear to
rh .Hill nf rnitnr1aint -filed aeralnst them
- V .1
on or before the
. n mix
- 1 n,,. tihot fV.1al
order shall be puhlished
once
eacn
week for twelve consecutive weks in
I th Or a. la. Evening Star, a newsnaner
I . T . .
i pubiisnea an tne couniy oi jiarion,
i state or i?"ioriua.
I witness the lionoraoie w. nui
i lock. Judge or tne. saia court ana x'.
H. Nugent, clerk, and tne seal tnereoi,
at Ocala, Marion county,. Florida, this
the 6 th day of Fehruary, A. D. 1915.
(Clerk's iSeal) 1. it. MUKr,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marlon County,
Florida.
By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
L W. DUVAL,
Solicitor for complainant, z 6-i3t-sat
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marlon County -In Chancery.
The Clark-Ray-Johnson Company, a
Corporation, Complainant, versus
Frank-Gray, and Others, Defend
ants.
To the Florida Southern Railway Com
pany, a Railroad Corporation, In
corporated Under the Laws of the
xri r r-r.n
T. n r f v, rQH,m nt tv.
nil ? i o 6. 1 o r
Hn ?..P-l?Way- .fhfrLff fJl;
JU" " 1 r x v"a w
! complainant In the foregoing cause, that
you have failed and neglected to elect
officers .or appoint agents in the state
; of FIoridu and if any officers or agents
; exist ln the state of Florida, the same
ra 11i,rirWT, th6t thcro -n nor.
Ocala Star, a newspaper published In
, Marlon county, Florida,
Done and ordered at chambers at
Ocala, I-lorida, this the third day of
February, A. D. 191 o.
, w- S. BULLOCK,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
i Judicial Circuit of I-lorida.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify that the foregoing is
a true and correct copy of the original
order of publication, as the sarne ap appears
pears appears on file in my office.
Ocala. Florida, this February 3rd,
1915. (Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
By M. E. tiCJJDAKU,
2-6-9t-sat
Deputy Clerk.

dpfp.n1ant it is TthereforV ordered that age of twenty-one years and that wu, you win icci mu Vv
all axtleclaiming there is no person dn the state of Flori- If you are subject to bilious attacks
follo n dllcHb da, the service of subpoena upon -whom Uke three of Chamberlain's Tablets
in M Hmn rniniiv. Florida, to-.wit: would bind you or either of you. Qe n cvmntoms arjoear and

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ompany.. l2.3t
X
THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF THE
FIfh 'Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marion County In Chancery.
To S. II. Brown, Edw. F. 'Browning,
Alonro R. Jones. Mary Anderson,
Jas. II. Shaw, W. P. Halsley, "Z. A.
Butt, Anna. M. ile"s, Shedrich L.
lies., Theodocia B. McIIenr'y, Mary
J. Stine, Samuel B. Stine, Joseph
A. Butt, Anna Luella Whitmer." El
mer F. Whitmer, Mary S. Pray,
John W. Pray, Alice flriggey. Jen
nie P. Sheef, W. C. Sheef, Milley
DeWUt, Alfred C. DeWitt, Flora
Russell. J. L. Parker, William
Parker. John W. Ross, and Mary M.
Simmons:
It appearing from an affidavit filed
in this counBthis day in a suit com-
menced by The Clark-Ray-Johnson
Company, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws or tne state or
Florida, against you and others, that
your respective places of residence are
unknown to affiant and that there is
no person in the state of Florida the
service of subpoena upon whom would
Dina you, or either of you.
.NOW THEREFORE you and each of
you are commanded to appear before
thi
M1 .0
nd day f March, A. D.,
1915,
to answer to a bill of complaint ex
hibited against you in our said court
by ihe dark-Hay-Johnson Company
a corporation organized and existing
unaer tne laws or tne state or Florida,
and to do further and receive what
our said court shall have considered
".. ,,
y fu' "orSrr that a -onv c
.. f1 18 furtner oraerea tnat a wOp c
mis oraer snau oe puonsned once a
week for eight consecutive -weeks in
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul-
lwk; id Qf our p h.
Nugent, clerk, and the sal thereof at
the court house in Ocala, Marion
UTltv, Fk)rida. thls the 15th dav
," n ,,,,
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
By M. E. Goddard, Deputy Clerk.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF -MARION.
I heieby certify that the foregoing
is a true and correct copy of the origi original
nal original order of publication in the' fore foregoing
going foregoing styled cause, on file in my of office.
fice. office. Ocala, Florida, this the 15th-day of
January, 1915.
(Sal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk 'of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
16-15-sat By 'M, E. Goddard, D. C.
IX
THE CIRCLIT COURT OF THE
Fifth JndicTal Circuit of Florida,
Marlon County In Chancery.
To John Syms, Jacoo Smith, Elizabeth
M. Ross, Richard Sims, G. R.
Skinner, Abraham E. Geiger, Wm.
Pender, Samuel Brown, Mrs. J. E.
Moore, Gertrude G, Bucher, E. T.
Williams, J. IL Yilliams, Simp Simp-ton,
ton, Simp-ton, B. W. Stephens, Wm. W. Ross,
Geo. D. Lad d and W. IL Baker and
F. B. Norman, doing business as
Norman .& Company: ;
It appearing irpm an arnaavit nieo
In this court in a suit tnis day com
meuceu My w
j i tm
Clark-Ray Johnson
1 1 a
i ,iui iui w wo v w ytui.i
residence are unknown to affiant;
I V- .V. rf inMi.nix. ths
yon..tLTe commanded to appear before
thls;honorable court on
Monday the Zind day of March, A.
1915,
to answer to a bill of complaint ex
1 hibited against you in our. saia court
by The Clark-Ray-Johnson Company,
a corporation organized and existing
under the laws f the state of Florida,
land to do, further and receive wnat
rvur said court shall have considered
in that behalf, otherwise the complain-
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order shall be -published ,once a
week for eight consecutive weeks ii
the Ocala Star a newspaper published
in said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bui-
lock, Judge of our said court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and tne seal .tnereoi at
h)m a. .ia.rion oouniv. r lUflUd. 11113
i tne iaun aay oi January, a. xj. iia
I Seal) li. H. NUGENT,
-T t ... . -r-k .A.p
Olerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
I county, .norma.
'
I STATE OF FLORIDA,
mrrvTV np
1-WJ..J. V.- v.
I hereby certify that the above and
OelnrlValraerndorC0UtcaCU
made in said cause, on file in my office
V n
JaPa,3f' A- D- 1915,
Ocala, Florida, this the 15th aay oi
(Seal). P. IL NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
By M. E. GODDARD.
16-sat. Deputy Clerk.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marion County In Chancery.
To Louis E. Robinson, as Executor of
the Estate of Walter G. Robinson,
Deceased:
It appearing from an affidavit filed
In this court. in a suit this day com-imen-ped
Ijv -the Clark-Ray-Johnson

Company, a corporation organized andjpQR RgX

existing unaer tne laws ut me siaie wi
Florida, against you and otners, tnat
your place of residence is of a state cr
I raunitrv ether t han the state of Elor-
id a. and that you reside in the city of
Providence and state of Rhode Island.
and that there is no person In the state
of Florida the erv
ice of subpoena
upon whom would bind you.
NOW THEREFORE you are com
manded to appear before this honora
ble court on
.Monday, the lt day of March, A. D.l
1915,"
to answer to a "bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against vou in our said court
by the Clark-Ray-Johnson Company, a
corporation organized and existing un-
der the laws of the state, of Florida,
and to do further and receive what our
said court shall have considered in
that behalf, otherwise the complainant
will proceed ex parte.
It is further ordered, that a copy of
this order shall be' published once a
week for four consecutive week3 in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state.
WITN'KSa the Honorable W. S. Bul
lock, judge of our said court, and P. H
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof a'
the court house in Ocala, Marion
county,, Florida, this the 15th day o.
January, A. D. 1915.
(Seal) P. II. NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
By M. E. Goddard, Deputy Clerk.
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
is a true and correct copy of the orig
inal order of publication made In the
foregoing cause, on nie in my oince.
Ocala. Florida, January 15th. A. D.
1915. (Seal) P. H. NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County. Florida.
16-15-sat By M. E. Goddard, D. C.

pa
MOT

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fpj

in the statemept of Sir
'' George Paish, famous
British economist, that
this war will make the
United States the bank banking
ing banking center of the world,
the industrial center of
the world, and the com commercial
mercial commercial center of the
world?
Look the facts in the
face.
You cannot, of course,
afford to "disregard local
conditions, but you
ought to look outside.
Observe the trend of
things.
Florida will have a big
snare of the nation's
prosperity.
tOMS R; -CHAZAL.'.
SONS CO.
REAL ESTATE
Holder Building
Telephone 228
P. O. Box 473
Ocala, Fla.
t f""" "f vJirv
PHONF 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for 01.
Your Order tviU have
immediate Attention.
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak'a Wagon Shop.
HOW TO PREVENT
BILIOUS ATTACKS
"Coming events cast their shadow
uviviv, x
unions attacks. Your aDDetite Will
- . ,
the attack may be .waioed ell tor
sale by all dealers. Adv.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the un
jaMjf,ai wirlnw nf Clennrei Drew
"t. '117: a .u" Zf fV,
xiogan ua uiicu wu.t
prODate court oi iuanun cuuyiy, i
I iA fy or llntmnr: of flower rsur
. RpCtion 2312. of the General
statutes OI tne state oi r loriaa, anu
that she Will apply to tne llonoraDIO
Wm. E. Smith, judge of the said
ZA i ni u
couri, ai iua u.ia, u
10th Dav of March. A. D. 191a,
for the allotment of dower to her in
, nronertv described in her
petition in accordance with the prayer
thereof.
2-6-lt-sat Bertha L. Hogan.
MASSIF
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the. Colonial; also for lijjht
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co Colonial.
lonial. Colonial. 7-tf
FOR SALE Tailor made uncalled for
pants, while they last $3.50. Eng
lish Woolen Mills.
2-5
A five-room cottage
with all modern conveniences, on
South Second street, east. Apply
at Star office. dh tf
rnp CAT.F Turrt-nnccfnrror 2i-hn
I , 1 "a t
Maxwel car; fully equipped and in
splendid condition; new tires. Cheap
for cash. Apply "Auto care the
Star. 2-tf
FnT RENT Two storv ten room
UK Kr.iNJ. iwo fetor, un room
house corner Watula and E. Adams
streets. Possession given at once.
Apply to W. E. Davis, at the Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe & Chambliss National Bank. 4-tf
FOR RENT My suburban home in
the southwestern pifrt of town,
with two. acres of ground; rates
reasonable to the right party. C.
P. Howell, Ocala, Fla. 2-5-tf
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal, River, Fla. 9-9-tf
WANTED
Bresser who can pre.-s
clothes. English Woolen Mills. 2-5
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THE MARKETS
, QGALA OCCURENCES' A
.

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7 Keys to Baldpate at The Murray
Company. ; ,12-3t

World Almanacs for 1915 at Bal Ballard's.
lard's. Ballard's. 2-1 -6t
"':.-r. -v.-
Take Rexall Liver Salts for that
tired, sleepy feeli-j. Gerig's 9-tf

Globe-Wernicke cabinets and safes

at The Murray Company. l'2-3t

T)JJ, Wcltfer Hood's new See tele

phone number is '234.

15-tf

Mr. O. W. Cordero is ; spending a
few days in Tampa, taking in the Gas Gas-parilla
parilla Gas-parilla festivities. ; f

; Meet me at the Court Pharmacy,
the best place in town to get delicious
"hot or cold drinks. 5-6t

You will never fully appreciate

gin fiz till you have tried one of those

at Mnnv's Place. 22-tf v,

All varieties of seed corn; also mil

let and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf

WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov-

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ernment.
' Max. Min.
Feb. 1 .............. 80 59
Feb. 2 69 54
Feb. 3 ........... U. 60 46
Feb. 4 66 36
Feb. 5 71 51
Feb. 8 ......... . .58 38
Feb. 9 9 33
Feb. 10 64 36
Febf 11 ..69 42
Feb. 12 ...71 45

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Cloudy tonight and Sunday, proba

bly rain north porjti

'MrM. R. Williams is home from

L the Orlando fair. ? He says it was st

pretty good fairjf an after the first
day was largely ajjfcended. He says
the racing was 6od but there were
not as many horses Vs there' should

have been.

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Fresh Tom Watson watermelon seed
for sale at 50 cents per pound. Ocala
Seed Store. 5-tf

The city police are making

praiseworthy attempt' to keep child

ren from skating on the sidewalks

the business center.

Mr. S M. Igou, who has been! in
Orlando all the week with a bunch pf
horses, which have been making jec
ords at the fair, will return home tomorrow

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Malever have

returned from attendance on the Or Orlando
lando Orlando fair. They say the fair .was a
good one and they had a pleasant,
time. Mr. Malever, says, however,
that for a real fair nothing can quite
come" up to the one made by Marion
county people. -

WHEAT BOUNCED LIKE A RUB RUBBER
BER RUBBER BALL
Chicago, Feb. 13. May wheat
dropped 8 cents in a wild market
today, just before the close, then re rebounding
bounding rebounding 3 cents, touching i.501.
The closing price was 1.544.
Corn, 793i.
Oats, 60.
Pork, 19.90.
Lard, 10.95.
Ribs, 10.22.

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.

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Those who live in or near Ocala
and who play stringed, brass or reed
instruments for mutual benefit please
to mail card with your name and ad address
dress address and instrument you play to Box
36, Ocala, Fla. 5-12t

fn I Mr.

W. K. Lane, M. P.,. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eyei Ear, Noso
and Throat. Law Library Building,
ftcala, Fla.

ST0L1CI1 TROUBLE

Us. Rchnd Yrilcs Intercsths
Lellcr oa This Subject

Percy Perkins is in an Atlanta

hospital and was? to have undergone

an operation today. His many friends
here hope it will feeertirely successful
and that he will bef restored to hid

oldtime health. 'J

Msdison Heights, Va.Mr. Chas. A,
Ragland, of this place, writes: "Miave
been taking Thedford's Black-Draught
for indigestion,' and other stomach troub troubles,
les, troubles, also colds, and find it to be the very
best medicine I have ever used.
After taking Black-Draught for a few
days, I always feel like a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain
ia pit of stomach, and a feeling of full fullness
ness fullness alter eating; are sure .symptoms of
stomach trouble, and should be given the
proper treatment) as your strength ??.:!
health depend 'verjr largely upon your
food and its digestion."
To get quick and permanent relief
f rora these ailments, you should take
a medicine cf known curative merit.
Its 75 years of splendid success, in the
treatment cf just such troubles, proves
the real merit of Thedford's Black Black-Draught.
Draught. Black-Draught. Safe, pleasant, gentle in action,
end without bad after-effects, it is sure
to benefit both ypung and old. For sale
everywhere. Price 25c. ncia

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I- Beams
. Channels,
Angles and
All Shapes.
Boiler Plate
Tank Steel,
Galvanized,
Copper and
Zinc Sheets.
Truss Hods,
Stay Bolts
Structural
Iron Work
Of All Kind.
All Hard Woods.
Launches,
Dorics ana v
Skiffs
Built to
Order.
Boilers and
Tanks Built
To Order.
Pumps for all
Purposes.
Competent Force
: For Road Work at all
Timps.

Considerable eensure is being hand handed
ed handed to the police on account of the
epidemic of robbery now prevailing.
Critics of the police, however, should
remember that it is an easy matter
for a bunch Of evildoers to dodge a
couple of patrolmen in a; town of this
sie. They have a large contract to
watch the business' center, and when
two or more robbers work together,
one can keep the police located while
the other or others 4o the stealing.
Marshal "Adams is on duty .night and
day, and if he doesn't catch the
toughs it is not because he doesn't
try. It is the opinion of most people
that the breaking in and stealing is
being done by a bunch of loafers,
some of them white men or boys, and
that they, are working in organized
gangs. The first citizen that shoots
one of them will be elected alderman
from his ward and given a birthday
cake from the' entire city. It would

be a mighty good idea for the indus industrious
trious industrious ajnd honest citizens of the town
to get together and run the loafers
out. They are pretty well all known,
and they have no right to existence
as long as they: try to live on the
earnings of mother people. A good
dose pf hickory, bark tea before they
left town would help .them on their
way. ,.

ptate 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 pay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of
HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before ,me and subscribed
in my presence, this Gth 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

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We are determined to make D OLtM! ;DAY a mem

orable one to every patron by offering

that are serviceable in very household.

Omit

Six yards of Wash Silk in all the
Ten yards Fruit of the Loom Bleach-
Twelve Extra Quality Pillow Cases
only !Lnd!y.55l3 o
Three pair Pepperal Elastic Seam

Five yards of Pepperal Sheeting 10-4

widths, on Dollar Ci

CUay, forV)UL

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Twenty-one yards 36 in. Unbleached

Sheeting this -day C-n (Ts;

for

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Twelve Huck Towels, thirty-six inches
lorn on Dollar Day rvi iQ

Three excellent quality W oik Shirt
Blue Chambry, Dol- C-n
lar Day, for ... u o w v

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pation.

Ad.!

Carl Pedrick was arrested this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon on 4a .charge of assault with
intent to murder. The arrest grew
out of the disturbance Monday night
in -:the western part of the; city, in
which Jean Scott was wounded. Ped Pedrick
rick Pedrick gave : bond for his appearance

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BACK FROM THE FIRING LINE

Of unequalled QUALITY,
sack ascarethere
salt of extraordinary care.
& watchfulness In the pur purchase
chase purchase of only, the Highest
Grade of Raw Materials.
The workmanship also

Is watched as carefully,
and the same unremitting ;
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wmcuiuiaess enters into f
the manufacture of our!
Gaps, Bars Drops and L

otner Counter uoods as In
oar BONBONS, COCOA
and CHOCOLATES.

If yon want a Nourishing,

Five Pairs "KMOX
Gmarantccfi SocEis for

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While here we want you to look over our hundreds
...
of special values in every' department. We can save
you dollars on all kinds of Dry Goods, Shoes, and tallies'
and Men's Furnishings.

1ESTSIIE0F SQUARE Me OGALA, FLORIDA
, ; f,Af,Jst '(jjfiy

Strendthentnd Chocolate with
Heai Food Value, and at the
same time having a pleasant
taste, try our PEANUT CHOC CHOCOLATE
OLATE CHOCOLATE or Chocolate v Dipped
TUISCUIT.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

T Ml. TSOJiLEII
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Virginia. Style
Smoked Hams
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND DELIVERED
...
Ocala lee ii Packing o.
Phone 34 i

" First Aid to the Wounded
Piris, J'eW 13. At almost every
station on the railroads vouv will see
men shattered and wrecked for life,
men who must face the' future hor

ribly mutilated, 'and yet .they accept
their fate without a murmur of com com-plant
plant com-plant or bitterness. It is the same in
England, in France and, I suppose, in
Russia, that all soldiers are bearing bearing-their
their bearing-their sufferings with the greatest of
fortitude'-'- -v- i
-r The best aid these men have is
within themselves. The human body
will best resist infection from bullets
when it is ljealth.y, strong, active and
with all of its functions fully alive and
working. The best aid to this condi condition
tion condition is a vegetable tonic and altera alterative
tive alterative that will first put the stomach
and blood right, for these are depend dependent
ent dependent on one another. Good stomach
means good blood, and likewise good
blood means good stomach.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery
covery Discovery helps the stomach to do its
work naturally -and properly, stimu stimulates
lates stimulates the liver. The blood is purified.:
Every organ is rejuvenated. This
"Medical Discovery" of Dr. Pierce, is
free from alcohol or narcotics. It is
jnade from the roots and barks of
American forest plants with triple re refined
fined refined glycerine, and is the best blood
purifier, because it banishes from the
blood, all poison and impure matter.
It (dissolves jmpure deposits and car carries
ries carries them out, as it does all impuri-

; ties through the bowels, kidneys and

skm. If you have indigestion, slug sluggish
gish sluggish 'liver, catarrh,, unsteady nerves,
or a pimply "skin, get Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery today and
start at once to replace your impure
blood with the kind that puts energy
and ambition into you and brings

back youtn and vigor. Adv.

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XJi-SJJ r Buy your drucrs. irom Geritr's.

JAKSOfJVILLE FLORIDA Ocala's best drug store. 9-tf

Steamship

BJn

r.lerclianls & Miners Trans. Co.

Lines

Jacksonville
to
Boston
New YofIi
Bait Imore
Washington
Philadelphia

New steamers. Low Fares. Best

service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H.;c. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Com'l. Agent. V
J. F. WARD, T. P." A.
City Ticket Ofce, 25 Hogan Street Street-Jacksonville,,
Jacksonville,, Street-Jacksonville,, Fla.

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT, AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

(Continued from Page Seven)
LOST $145.50; liberal reward for
inf ormation leading to its recovery.
Address "X," care Star. 211-lf
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FOR SALE -Tailor made uncalled for
suits, $10. English Woolen Mills.

FOR RENT Furnished rooms; with
modern conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three blocks from court

house. Apply to Mrs. Ellis,
JEast Oklawaha avenue. 10-tf

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W I NDS.O & hOT E L A IJ D PA R K
' Jacksonville, Florida

FOR SALE Barred" Rock Eggs for
Setting. Barred Rock Cockerels
Fine. H. S. Wesson, Ocala, Fla.
UNITED STATES post ofike,
Ocala, Fla. Office of Custodian Feb. 11,
1915. Sealed proposals will be received
at this building until 2 o'clock p. m.
March 2, 1915, and then opened, for
furnishing electric current, gas, water,
ice and miscellaneous supplies, and
washing towels during the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1916. Sealed pro proposals
posals proposals will also be received until 2

o'clock p. m.; April 14, 1915, and then
opened,, for 15 tons bituminous coal.
The right to reject any and all bids i3
reserved by the treasury department.

Rob't. F. Rdgers, custodian. 2-13-20di

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J Modern Statesman, i j
"You'll have- some explaining to do
when' you get home, won't you?"
Je," replied the member of congress, j
"I'm not going to explain. I'm going

no lei.my consuiuenis argue manors
out among themselves and then take
the side that seems to have the most
advocates." Washington Star.

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DISTINCTIVELY DELIGHTFUL
"COMFORT FIRST"

EtROPEAPf AND AMERICAN PLANS
A. F. WILSON, MGR. 7. M WILSON, PROP.

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Bean seed will be very scarce this year, le

than one half crop of beans in the' North. The Ocala

Seed Store will take orders up to January 15th at
the following prices:

Washing China.
WThen washlcg ornaments of glas3
or fine china, if 'a turkish towel Is
placed ia the yboticin of the bowl it
prevents-' the article from getting
chipped.,
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.
Vindictive Animals. Animals.-The
The Animals.-The camel, like the elephant, has!
& good memory for injuries done to
it, and often tskes revenue on its.
assailant ii. an unexpected fashion.

Wadwell Kidney Wax .$8.50 Per Bushel
Davis White Wax .............. 8.50

Black Valentine ... v 8.50
Hopkins Red Valentine i-i.- 7.00
Longfellow ...J.. 7.00

To verify our prices we would like for you to
write to any seediaan, and (It you cannot get them
cheaper delivered in Ocala; counting cost of freight
and sacks, then buy your seed from the Ocala Seed
Store. n V-
I We have a good ne;,cidp of seed, purchased
from Robert Buist, Jerome B. Rice and D. II. Ferry.
OCALIsfeED STORE

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Tom Wafson Seed, taMen from melons weil

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40 to 60 poupds each. Theseisaed have been carefully

selected for a number of years and are guaranteed
pure strain, the best in Georgia. Write me for prices

Hv W. JOErqSON,- Albany,

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