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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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HEIISE AMOUNT OF AMUIIIII1I

Berlin, Feb. 17. The latest reports
indicate that a tremendous victory
has been won by the Germans over
the Russians, .when the latter were
driven out of East Prussia under the
eyes of the kaiser. Over 50,000 pris prisoners
oners prisoners were taken with fifty cannon
and sixty machine guns. Only a rem remnant
nant remnant of the Russian army of 200,000
men succeeded in escaping over the
frontier, abandoning vast quantities
of ammunition and other war sup supplies
plies supplies in their flight. The conflict last lasted
ed lasted for nine days in the Mazurian
Lake region.
KOVNO INVESTED
Berlin, Feb. 17. A dispatch from
Koenigsberg states that the Germans
have reached the Russian fortress of
Kovno and thoroughly invested it.
EVERYTHING IS AUSPICIOUS
Berlin, Feb. 17. It is officially re reported
ported reported this afternoon that the British
and French are taking the offensive
in the west. All assaults repulsed
except at a point in Champagne,
Avhere the French succeeded in pen penetrating
etrating penetrating the German line.
German operations in the east con continue
tinue continue favorable.

APPBEHEHSIVE OF
THE EIGHTEEUTH

ANOTHER SHI

IT UNDER

BURIED UNDER A
BURNING BUILDING

Two Killed and Four Injured in an
Illinois Town
A Danville, IIU., Feb. 17. -Firemen
Holmes and Shanks were killed and
four other persons injured by falling
walls when the Odd Fellows' building

here burned this morning. The loss

will reach $100,000..,-

SUPPLIES FOR THE STARVING

Immense Amount of Food Sent to
Belgium from America
New York, Feb. 17. More than
110,000 tons of food had been sent to
Belgium up to January 20 by the com commission
mission commission for relief in Belgium, accord according
ing according to its twelfth weekly report. Dur During
ing During the week ending January 20, 23, 23,-227
227 23,-227 tons were shipped, more than
twice the amount shipped the week
before. Of this shipment 20,356 tons
were wheat and 2,340 tons flour, the
remaining 531 tons being composed of
rice, peas, beans, salt and potatoes.
Of the 11,713 tons of all supplies
shipped up to January 20, 652 tons
were medical stores. The commission
announces that need for food in Bel Belgium
gium Belgium is increasing.

ALLIED TRAFFIC IS NOT ALTO- j
G ETHER EASY I
Folkestone, England, Feb. 17. The j
steamship offices posted notices today j
that beginning tomorrow traffic be-1
tween Folkestone and Calais and;.
Boulogne will be suspended for a few;
('ays. j

GERMANS ARE JOYFUL
Berlin, Feb. 17. The newspapers
today print dispatches telling of the
suspension of water traffic by Dutch
and English steamships and refer
sarcastically to this action by the
English transportation companies.

LYNCHING AT SPARR

ANOTHER EXPLORER
LOST IN THE ARCTIC
New York, Feb. 17. Burt M. Mc Mc-Connell,
Connell, Mc-Connell, secretary of Vilhjalmur
Steffansson, the explorer who, with
two companions has been missing in
the ice fields of the Arctic ocean for
several months, is making another ef effort
fort effort to interest friends of the explor explorer
er explorer in a relief expedition. And has
also been sought of the Canadian gov government
ernment government under whose auspices the or original
iginal original expedition sailed.
Mr. McConnell is anxious to send a
power schooner and two hydro-aeroplanes
in search of Steffansson, With
the machines he believes it would be
possible to make a thorough search of
the regions where he is convinced
Steffansson and -the others reported
missing are still fighting for ex existence.

Some excitement was caused here
last night by the news of the lynch lynching
ing lynching near Sparr of a negro.
It seems that the negro, whose name
was John Richards, went into a store
kept at Sparr by a respected white
woman of that community, and hand handed
ed handed her a note, which contained a most
insulting proposition. The note stat stated
ed stated that he would return in ten min minutes
utes minutes for his answer. The lady notir
fled her friends, and when the negro
returned they made him a prisoner.'
He was put in charge of Constable
Civils, who brought him to the Ocala
iSsviLytter-tmie- --here; ; he
claimed that he delivered the note for
another negro, and was ignorant of
its, contents. -'' : ; ;
The constable at once returned with
Richards to Sparr, wher.e the negrd ac accused
cused accused by Richards was arrested, and
both had a hearing before Justice
Grantham. The other negro proved
his innocence and was liberated. The
justice committed Richards to the
county jail, and instructed the consta constable
ble constable to take his prisoner to Ocala at
once.
In the meantime a large number of
citizens had gathered from Anthony,

Citra and other points in the vicinity,
and some from Ocala. When the
constable and his prisoner were
about a mile from Sparr, on. their way
to Ocala, they were met by a large
party of men, who took the negro and
swung him up to a tree by the road roadside.
side. roadside. A few shots were fired into his
body, and it was left to swing Until
this morning, When the" justice cut it
down to hold an inquest. The verdict
of the jury was to the effect that the
negro met his death at the hands of
parties unknown. "

WILHELMINA'S CARGO
MAY GO TO BELGIUM

COLLIER DULWICH TORPEDOED
IN ENGLISH CHANNEL
Havre, Feb. 17. The British col collier
lier collier Dulwich was torpedoed by a Ger German
man German submarine Monday night in the
English cannel. Two men were drown drowned
ed drowned and twenty rescued.

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BY DISEASE

GERMANS HAD TO EVACUATE
AN IMPORTANT TOWN IN
POLAND
'Petrograd, Feb. 17. The Germans
have evacuated Pietrokow, an im important
portant important railway center in southwest southwestern
ern southwestern Poland, because of an outbreak
of disease, decimating the German
troops!

SHIP BILL AGAIN ON
WAY TO THE SENATE

Washington, Feb. 17. The govern government,
ment, government, ship purchase bill, aShan amend amendment,
ment, amendment, to the week's naval; auxiliary
bill, was passed by the House of Rep Rep-sentatives
sentatives Rep-sentatives at 1:20 o'clock this morn morning
ing morning by a'vote of 215 to 121.

ANOTHER BOLD ROBBERY

London, Feb. 17. The foreign of office
fice office announces that if the cargo f the
American ship Wilhelmina shou'd be
diverted for relief of the distress in
Belgium the decision to send her cargo
to a British court would be reconsid reconsidered.
ered. reconsidered. Otherwise her cargo mut be
submitted to the court.

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

Still the robbers pursue their" trade,
undisturbed and undismayed. Between
10:30 and 11 o'clock last night, while
Crompton, who sleeps in the back
room of the store of Crompton & Mc Mc-Rae,
Rae, Mc-Rae, was at the A. M. E. conference,
some one loosened the catch on ', the
back window, raised the glass and
crawled in. The window was propped
up with a stick and the man, or men,
proceeded leisurely to almost clean
out the, place. ; Seven new suits of
clothes, finished and ready to deliver,
were taken out of the cabinet, and
sixteen suit patterns were stripped
.from ..the display stands, "and these
with a ..38 Smith & Wesson revolver
and a safety razor were removed from
the store. The" robbery was reported
promptly to both the police and the
sheriff 's office, but so far no arrests
have been made; It does not seem pos possible
sible possible that such a large quantity of
goods can be disposed of without the
thieves being apprehended. The suits
all have the firm's name sewed on
tags inside the coat pockets. The
firm will pay a reasonable reward for
the arrest of the thief or thieves.
MULES FOR SALE

Eight or ten head of first class, sec

ond hand, general purpose mules; will
be sold, cheap for cash or on time with
approved security. Can be seen at my

place at Lynne. JOHN R. ROGERS,

Lynne, Fla. 1-1-tf tues-fri

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Washington, Feb. 17. The tension
existing between the United States
and European belligerents was relax relaxed
ed relaxed today by the reassuring news that
the president is confident the interna international
tional international situation will be cleared with without
out without embroiling the United States in
warfare. The United States will deal
firmly with the situation, but it is not
believed the Germans will blow up
any American merchantmen.
AN ANSWER TO AMERICA
Berlin, Feb. 17. Ambassador Ger Gerard
ard Gerard transmitted to Washington today
the complete reply of Germany to the
recent note from the United States,
inquiring what precautions Germany
expects to take for the safety of neu neutral
tral neutral shipping in the British war zone.
The reply was friendly but the de details
tails details must be given out at Washington.

ULTIMATUM ABOUT

MEFFERT IS A DESIGNING MAN

Editor Star: If there is one drop
of Russian, Servian, Belgian, Monte Montenegrin,
negrin, Montenegrin, French, English, Scotch or
Irish blood in your vitriolic veins,
keep off that German divil Meffert's
defense just now.
Let them Hunt him, Race him and
Camp on his tracks until they dis discredit
credit discredit and drive him out of the wat watered
ered watered trenches he captured from the
allies recently.
You know this German divil has
been planning the capture of Ocala
industrially as long as his lord (the
kaiser) has been planning the cap capture
ture capture of Europe militarially.
He has planned and -planted indus industrial
trial industrial forts all around us Lowell,
Martin, Rock Springs, Oakhurst and
even within the sacred precincts ol
our corporate limits: This German
disturbs and endangers us industrial industrially.
ly. industrially. The wheels of. his progress and
the sound of his whistles are a grind grinding
ing grinding menace to the ears and nerves of
our conservative, quiet citizenship. As
if this was not sufficient, he moves his
headquarters into our very midst
with the- avowed intention of raising
more of everything than anybody

else: not forgetting, children, mind

you; and this kind of progress is get getting
ting getting too innovating for a quiet, legal legalized
ized legalized government like ours. :. .
It is our legal right as true Amer Americans
icans Americans to live for and occasionally on
each other legally, but I am ternally
opposed to hypernated German in industrial
dustrial industrial bondage that might bring
tanneries, canneries and packing
houses to shock our nerves. The very
rocks and peanuts this durn German
would have make obeyance to his in industrial
dustrial industrial campaign and bring grist to
his mills the hundreds of thousands
of our stately pines bow to his eternal
atid dangerous progressiveness.
I am also heartily in accord with
those who believe it is safer legally to
have on our councils men of minimum
personal interest in our city and
thereby be able to give the maximum
service to those who help elect them
and do it legally.

,1 am forever and eternally opposed
to anything new for Ocala, unless it
be new bootstraps to hoist ourselves
out pf the dangers of any industrial
or commercial bondage that might
become profitable.
Try and rake up something against
this durn German's honesty, integrity,
good name or judgment, as I failed;
yet I know' there must be .something,
as the very honest, influential and
disinterested citizens are agin the
cuss and he must be downed, discred discredited
ited discredited and driven out of the captured
trenches and let disinterested citizens
lead us legally into the promised land
of light and power, and if need be,
water. Hit Him Again.

TO EXPIRE

TROUBLE BETWEEN GREECE
AND TURKEY MAY BEGIN
TOMORROW
Bucharest, Feb. 17. War between
Greece and Turkey is declared by
diplomats here to be imminent. The
Greek ultimatum expires at 6 p. m.
Thursday.
AUSTRIA AND GERMANY GIVE
TURKEY GOOD ADVICE
Athens, Feb. 17. The Austrian
and German ambassadors in Constn Constn-tinople
tinople Constn-tinople have advised the Turkish gov government
ernment government to settle the dispute with
Greece immediately.

THE SHIP

BRITISH TOOK CHARGE OF A
SCANDINAVIAN-AMERICAN
LINE BOAT
New York, Feb. 17. A cablegram
to officials of the Scandinavian-American
Line says their steamship the
Oscar, II., from New York to Chris Christiana,
tiana, Christiana, with 600 passengers, was seiz seized
ed seized by a British cruiser Sunday and
taken to Kirkwall. The boat carried
a big American cargo. The wireless
on the ship was dismantled and the
vessel is being searched.

C. W. BUTTERS

Mr. C. W. Butters, an old resident,
was found unconscious on the street
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near the Woman's Club building, by
Policeman Felts about midnight-last
night. He was removed to" the hospi hospital,
tal, hospital, and all possible done for him, but
he died a few hours later.
. Mr. Butters was one of the early
settlers of Spring Pajk. When that
place became depopulated, he came to
Ocala and bought a ten-acre tract in
front of Mr. R. O. Connor's home on
the Orange avenue road, and improved
it, building a pretty cottage there.
He sold the place to Mr. R. Q. Holl Holl-man
man Holl-man about six years ago and bought
a small tract of land on the Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon road, between the tracks pf the
S. A. L. and O. & S. W. railraods,
just west of the city limits. He af afterwards
terwards afterwards sold the place to a Mr.
Sweat, who was bitten by a mad dog
and died. Mr. Butters went to the
Pacific coast when he sold the place,
but returned in a year or so and has
been about town ever since.
Mr. Butters has relatives, but it is
not known where they are. A valu valuable
able valuable ring and quite a tidy sum of
money was found on him. He was
a very quiet and -well behaved gentle

man, and esteemed by all who knew

him.
Mclver & MacKay are holding the
body for instructions.

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BEARS HIS YEARS LIGHTLY

Seventy-five years ago today, in
Georgetown, S. C, Mr. Len Dozier
first saw the light of day. He did not
look that old, by many years, this
morning as he came down the street

so spry.

RUSSIANS REPUDIATE REPU

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All ORDERLY 17ITHDRA17AL EFFECTED FROM FOIIiTS
AGED DY SUPERIOR AOES

Petrograd, Feb. 17. The Russians
have effected orderly withdrawals
from points on the fronts menaced by
the terrific' offensive of the Germans
and Austrians. The withdrawal from
East Prussia and Southern Bukowina
was caused by the appearance of
great opposing, armies and not to any

decisive battles or defeats. The Rus Russian
sian Russian policy to let the enemies' offen offensive
sive offensive wear itself out rather than suf suf-fer
fer suf-fer severe losses driving them back.
The great German victory in East
Prussia is officially denied.

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PIUTES ON THE WAR PATH

Clash Between Whites and Indians in
Colorado
Cortez, Colo., Feb. 17. Defeated in
a skirmish with renegade Piute In Indians
dians Indians fortified in the mountains of
southwestern Utah, a posse sent out
to force the Indians back on the res reservations,
ervations, reservations, appealed today for help.
Reinforcement sare being rushed.

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. tf

Dr. W. K. Lane, the Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat Specialist, has moved his
residence to the corner of Tuseawilla
and South streets.. Same telephone
as at forimer location. 6-tf

SUPERIOR FORCE OF TRIBES TRIBESMEN
MEN TRIBESMEN TROUBLING THE
SERVIANS
Nish, Feb. 17. Albanians arc nt-
tacking Servians along the e.vdii-
frontier and have invaded the depart department
ment department of Okhrida, in southwestern Kcr Kcr-via,
via, Kcr-via, forcing the Servians to retire be before
fore before superior numbers. The Alban Albanians
ians Albanians captured the town of Schjafa;--san.

SUNK A FRENCH STEAMER

German Submarines are Active in the
Channel
Paris, Feb. 17. A German sub submarine
marine submarine sunk the French steamship
Ville de Ville off Harfleur yesterday.
The crew was giyen ten minutes to
abandon the ship.
A submarine attacked a Norwegian
steamer, but was driven away by
French torpedo boats.

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

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Fresh-Tom Watson watermelon seed
for sale at 50 cents per pound. Ocala

Seed Store.

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E. T. H&VMSTORTS

Mr. Dillard, the expert Tailor, representing
Isaac Hamberger 8c Sons of Baltimore, Md., will
give display sale of America's Highest Type
Tailored-to-Measure Clothes. Come and see
these beautiful new fabrics and have your meas measure
ure measure expertly taken for a Spring suit.
E. T. nELVEIUSTOFJ.

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NO: FIT NO PAY

Buy direct from the men who make
the fashion; the clothes; the cloth,
and save the middle man's profit

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SUITS Made to Measure

We sell from our mills direct to
you. Classiest Styles, Nobbiest
Fabrics and Shades. Guarantee
a fit at a price you can always
afford.

Wre confine our efforts to making these swell $15 Suits and Overcoats. We make them better, use better materials, give better style and fit, than cloths you pay $25 and $30 for in other stores. Come to our store, inspect cur lir.e and u

own good judgement. We won't urge youto buy. We are always at your service.

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tL It. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. IL Benjamin, Editor
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Three months, in advance. . 1.25
On month, in advance. .... .50

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Foreign)

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

LOCAL LEGISLATION

Having prized a compliment loose
from Straub, we feel better now.
Will Mr. Anderson kindly inform an
anxious public when the Star ever
tried to suppress anybody?

Julius Otto of Key West, deputy
clerk of the United States court, and

well known all over the state, is dead.

Jacksonville is also suffering from

the depredations of sneak thieves,
and robberies are of frequent occur

rence.

Mr. R. L. Anderson should know by

this time that whenever the Star de

sires information on the law, it al

ways goes to him or some other emi
nent lawyer. What is the use of buy

inff a cow when so many of your

friends will give you milk?

Germany and Austria have doped
out a plan for a new Kingdom of

At the regular meeting of the city

council last night there were present

Chairman Meffert and Aldermen
Nash, Fausett, Moore, Smith and
Tompkins.
Two communications from City
Treasurer Clyatt were read, and filed.
These communications were written
in his defense of statements made in
the auditor's report upon the condi condition
tion condition of his office.
Application of W. F. Newman of

J Live Oak, for position of night police police-!
! police-! man was read and filed.

A communication from C. M. Liv

ingston, offering the city certain lots

in Dunn's northwest addition for the

purpose of securing lime for street

purposes, was referred to the street

committee.

tongues, hanging men for passing a Letters from A. B. Fort and F. W.

bad dime, keeping human beings in Ditto were also presented and read in

slavery, drowning women for indulg- J regard txt selling the city properties

ing in their natural right to scold, I in the southeastern part of the cfty

beating our wives and indulging in j for lime pits. Referred to the street

other practices that were not only J committee with instructions to report

lawful but moral a thousand years at next meeting.

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ago. And, by the way, we stepped J A communication was read from C.

into the council room last night at L. Gamsby. stating that the sidewalk

10:30, and found six councilmen there constructed in front of his property

finishing up three hours hard work. Jin the second ward was not according

Mr. Anderson was not there, tho his to specifications. Referred to the
presence and advice, or that of any street committee with instructions to

other prominent citizen, is always ap- I report on same at next meeting.

HEME

And everything is be beginning
ginning beginning to bud and
bloom!
Homes are building.
Others are being fresh freshened
ened freshened with paint.
Gardens are being
worked.
Optimism everywhere!
Now is the time to build
a home of your own.
Now is the time to select
an attractive home site.
Think of what you will
Save!
LOUIS R. CHAZAL
& SONS CO.
HEAL ESTATE

GREAT EXPOSITION

WILL OPEN SATURDAY

predated. J Fire insurance policies on city prop

erties were presented and referred to

the finance committee for approval.

Sanitary Officer Cleveland made a

report of his work on the city prop-

The Star has received the following erty east of the A. C. L. depot, and

notice: I advised that same be planted to grass

"The president and board of direc- and fenced. This matter was referr-

tors of the Panama-Pacific Interna-led to the building committee with
tional Exposition beg to inform you I power to act. Fire Chief Chambers

that the exposition celebrating thelm this connection said that the fire-

completion of the Panama canal will men could be of much assistance in

Poland. Of course, they have picked j oe opened ro we puouc wiw appro i f"s upkeep i mia piu piu-out
out piu-out a Hapsburg for its ruler. Haps-lpriate ceremonies Saturday, February posed park. (Work was begun this

burgs and Hohenzollerns are reigning

over half of the countries of Europe,
and that is one of the thing that is
the matter with Europe.
Kaiser Wilhelm, witnessing the new
retreat of the Russian army from the
eastern battle line, might profitably
refresh his recollection of the tactics
of the celebrated Fabius. New York
World.
He needn't go back to Fabius. Its
only a little over a century ago that
Napoleon Bonaparte watched the Rus Russians
sians Russians retreat over the same ground.

James W. Gerard, American ambas ambassador
sador ambassador to Berlin, believes that all the
disputes between this country and
Germany will be amicably settled. If
the German government has more

sense than "Die Post" and some other
Teutonic papers, they wilL If not
they may grow worse. There is not
the least ill feeling for Germany

among the great mass of the Ameri
can people. .
An editor carefully selected a col

umn of extracts from the, sayings of

great men and sent them to the com

posing room under the head of "Lines

Worth Remembering." The N key on
the linotype stuck and the caption

was changed to "Lies Worth Remem

bering," and it seemed so appropriate
to the proofreader that he let it go in

the paper that way.

The enterorisiner scamp who hid

rubber in the bales of cotton which

the steamer Cretic was to carry to

Mediterranean ports, was another of
the men who are willing to take the

chance of involving their country in

trouble for the sake of a few dollars.
It is because Great Britain knows we

have such sharpers among our busi

ness men that she insists on interfer

ing with our ships.

Mr. M. M. Little, grand master of
the Florida Odd Fellows, has returned
home from a trip around South Flor

ida. He went from Ocala to Tampa

, from that city to Key West, and then

up the east coast to Paiatka, from

which city he returned home. He vis vis--
- vis-- ited over a dozen lodges of the order,
all of which he found doing good work
and in a flourishing condition. Mr.
Little is a strenuous worker in the'
cause of Odd Fellowship, and the

Grand Lodge put the right man in

the place when it elected him.

The best comment, says the Miami

Metropolis, we have seen on the fool

ish paragraph in "Life" on which a
number of Florida newspapers have
wasted valuable space is from the
Lakeland Telegram. "That fanatical

simpleton," says the Telegram, "who
is sending the Florida papers a copy
of Life containing his silly effusion on
the negro and holding the South re re-'
' re-' sponsible because God didnt make
him a white man, with all the' qual qualities
ities qualities of the superior race, is a pathetic
kind of ass because of his sincerity;
but not the less is he a presumptuous
ignoramus and an unqualified sland slanderer
erer slanderer of the people who have done
more to help an inferior race than hisr
tory anywhere else records in racial
relations

20th, 1915, in accordance with the act morning planting this lot to what is

of Congress and the proclamation of known as St. Augustine grass.)

the president of the United States. Fire Chief Chambers reported that

The exposition will on that day be be had ordered a floating axle for the

complete in every detail including the I chemical auto.

participation of the nations of Eu-1 Street Superintendent Marsh re-

rope, of the Orient and of all the Am-1 ported that 315 trees had been plant plant-ericas."
ericas." plant-ericas." led along the Silver Springs boulevard

during the past few weeks. This is

In his onen letter to President Mef- the work inaugurated by the civic

I 1 1 A 1 TTT

fert, Saturday, Mr. R. L. Anderson icommwxee oi me woman 8 v,iud some

Sflij. i time ago, wnicn ooay agreed to assist

"Unless you can nut forward some m financing the movement.

better reason. I. with many others. "Sni aupenntcaent aiaweu re-

mav be warranted in thinkimr that Ported everything m his department

.

vou and your friends want to reap the m sooa snape.

nrofits arising from city contracts." Water Superintendent Campbell re

But in this morning's Banner he Ponea tne installation oi a nyorant on

i rvjiL x.

said: i ruin street.

The Star may be right in its con- Finance Committee's Report

tention that its aldermanic friends I The following reDort of the finance

are strictly virtuous. I have said! committee was accepted:

nothing against their characters." I In regard to Sheriff Gal

If Mr. Anderson was to put himself I loway's costs in certain tax suits beg

on the stand and cross-question him-1 to state that the city attorney has

self, he would be as badly balled up advised that city is not liable for the

as he often balls up some other in- I costs incurred in such cases. In case

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Holder Building
Telephone 228

P. O. Box 475

Ocala, Fla.

BELLE VIEW

consistent witness.

In the Banner this morning, Mr. R.
L. Anderson makes an attempt to an answer
swer answer the Star. We are afraid Mr.
Anderson was not feeling well when

he penned that literary effusion. It

is not up to his usual form. When Whenever
ever Whenever he helps the Star out on public

issues, which he kindly does some sometimes,
times, sometimes, he "always does a whole lot
letter. The gist of his argument is

t!.:.t ho is fairly well satisfied with
the present law' and wants it let alone.

'3 kt

their laws

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the council desires further informa information
tion information regarding these suits, we suggest
that same be referred to the city at attorney
torney attorney as he is more familiar with the
matter.
In regard to the sale of lot to J. R.
Moorhead.the committee has inter interviewed
viewed interviewed Mr. Moorhead and has been
informed that he was ready to pay
cash at $20 per acre, upon the execu execution
tion execution of a proper deed together with
abstract of same.
In order to allow the light and wa water
ter water departments proper credits we
recommend that warrant be issued in
favor of the electric light department
for $4464.33 for public lighting, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: City hall, $28.84; fire station,
$110.56; market, $18.54; street lamps,
$3274.97; clock, $48; arches, $348.48;
whiteway lighting, $135.37; Marion
County Hospital, $269.85; Marion
County Board of Trade, $79.72; Mar Marion
ion Marion County Fair Association $150;
also warrant for $4009.21 in favor of
the water works department as fol

lows: $3645 hydrant rental; $300 pub public
lic public buildings; $64.21 market, this be being
ing being in full to January 1, 1915, for
lights and water for public use, and

that said amounts be transferred back

to the general fund. "

City Attorney Hocker presented pa

pers in the bond issue cases to come
up before Judge Bullock on the 19th

inst., for the signatures of the proper
city officials. They were land

signed.
A motion was made and carried in instructing
structing instructing the city tax collector to
close the city tax books on March 3rd,
and turn over all unpaid accounts to
the city attorney for collection.
The judiciary committee returned
the ordinance introduced some days
ago to allow the Postal Telegraph Telegraph-Cable
Cable Telegraph-Cable Company to erect poles and
wires on public streets and alleys in
the city. The committee recommend recommended
ed recommended its passage, with an amendment at attached.
tached. attached. The amendment provides that

should the city ever decide to order
wires placed underground, said com company
pany company should comply with such law.

After adoption of the amendment, the
ordinance was passed.

It was brought to the attention of

the council that there was at present
no set rate of charges for burials in

the city cemetery, and the matter was
referred to the cemetery committee

with instructions to present at a fu

ture meeting a schedule to meet the

requirements.

The police committee, to whom had
been referred the communication of

Mayor Robertson, suspending Officer

Frank Hall, returned same with its

approval, stating that the case had

been investigated. Officer Hall was

discharged from the force.

The matter of repainting and other

wise repairing the city's building oc

tpied by the Empire Cafe opposite

Interesting Budget cf Items from the
City of Oaks
Belleview, Feb. 16. Last Sunday I
had about fifteen sheets of manuscript
notes for the Star and thinking to
save that linotype man from being
rushed to death I carried them up
and placed them into the hands of the
editor-in-chief himself. Sitting here
scribbling off a few notes the tele telephone
phone telephone gives four sharp rings, and
jumping up to see who is at the other
end I hear the editor's cheerful voice
tellins me that some son of a gun

has appropriated my notes, anyhow
.. .

tney cannot oe iouna ana asong me
to please repeat, if it is any thing
that I appreciate it is an encore.
Messrs. Robert Connor and Arthur
Camp, of North Lake Weir, were
visitors to our town last Saturday.
Mr. Camp came up to attend the corn
beef hash supper at the hall, in the
evening.
Mr. T. Clark Hull, of Danbury, Ct
arrived last Wednesday, joining Mrs.
Hull, who is stopping with her "pa "parents,
rents, "parents, Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt, in the
Wendell cottage. Mr. Hull is one of
the leading merchants of his home
city.
Mr. Cline, the orange grower of
Candler, spent part of last Satur Saturday
day Saturday in town disposing of some of his
lucious fruit.
Mr. Harry Jones returned last Fri Friday
day Friday from Welaka and Lake Como, to

which he made and overland trio for
the purpose of delivering Rev..W. T.
Evans' horse and buggy, making the

trip in two days and a half.
. Mr. and Mrs. Quick and Mrs. Shel-

1 ton, of Candler, motored over to Belle-

view Sunday afternoon and visited

".i l wiui wie iicuicrca.

was reported upon unfavorably, ihe trin to Ocala last Thursdav.

committee took the position that such Miss Nellie J. Lewis, who has been

an additional expense was not war- noting with Miss Mary Goodnough

ranted by the rentals received from ?Jr?"lTJ?,L r XF

tne property. Mr. Sam Millican left last Satur-

A petition from residents of North day for points in North Carolina on

Adams strppf. nslcinc fmr mnrp dHp. la business trip.

o I A serious omission in last week's
quate fire protection was read. Supt.l foQ WQ5 rt ment;An

Campbell was ordered to make such baseball supper held in the Town
changes necessary by removing hy- Hall a short time ago, which was a

drants in that section of the city to srand success and netted $17.50,
. which will go towards fitting out the

m i.? -T r rm ci I m w

communicauon irom o. o. oav- necessary implements with which to

age, Jr., stated that a 20-foot lane on I wax the stuffing out of all the oppos

the south side of lot D, Oak Park ad-nS nines that face them this com
j:: i- j i -i j a. ing summer.

ment of property owners in the vicm- he came in the store the other day
ity. Referred to the street committee, with a mouth full and in looking
Council then adjourned to next around his eye struck the sign in the
Tpdav t,w postoffice saying, "Don't spit on the

" floor" he almost exploded and be

: I tween gasps he exclaimed, "Say if I

nwnvcn a ottt can't spit on the floor, do you want
DEMONSTRATION AND LECTURE mc to sppit on the ceiling. wHat?" and

, the crowd made a hurried exit for
Tickets are now on sale for Miss the doors holding their sides. Mr.
Barrows demonstration and lecture Schmidt is from Danbury, Ct., which
on Saturday, Feb. 20th, at the Wo- explains his levity,
mans Club. The demonstration will ft is with rejrret that we note the

uegm at v ov in ine moping ana ine serious indisposition of Mrs. James

lecrare win oe given ai.tne regular N Shedd.

ciuu meeting, wnicn Degms at xnree vc t ttii Mf v.

o clock m the afternoon. The lecture Legations of the Methodist church at
Will hp froo Tr oil rmK mamhare I . .

, r "i l tne morning and' evenmg services

xT-aftow.? .s secIery e with several solos that were greatly

xmuuuai Asswiauon ui xiome xuco- appreciated and provoked much favor favor-Kw!?6'
Kw!?6' favor-Kw!?6' 5 Crwery at aEfe criticism, ilr. Hull has a well
H?5to5iif: funded and nicely modulated voice,

i?t. OUkUW"vjr 1 ouw the like of which is seldom heard in
3 The tickets are fifty cents and ad- SelleeYv. 515"!? &.5rff5?3ft

. i.ti t . i mux aii wie uue. iur. iiuti uas uuiie

the lecture. Tickets. may be had at ? $aJn Danbury

The Murray (Jo., or from any one of S"?! l.u

r; p t "frr,r' "" library last Thursday afternoon, at

p u p rllL 7 5' which considerable business of im

Spencer, and Mrs. W. T. Gary, chair- XteTr "r Belled
mail. l-tl tit-.i. j : j j

i it ux Mktzis supper was ueciueu upuu as

I being Friday evening March 12. Af

ter the supper one of those famous
Belleview Workers bazaars will be

held.

Mr. and Mrs. T. Clark Hull made a
visit to Ocala last Monday, going and

returning in Mr. Frank Haviland's
Pullman gas burner. Mr. Hull is de-

lghted with the little city of Ocala

and thinks that if it keeps growing

it will attain the size and dignity of

Danbury, Ct.

The Masonic fraternity will hold

its regular monthly meeting on or
before the Saturday night preceeding

the full moon, in this instance, it
happens Feb. 27, at the regular time

and place.

CANDIES.

Of nn equalled QUALITY,
cuch Merethre
alt of extraordinary care
d watchfulness In the pur purchase
chase purchase of only the IIlhest
Grade of Haw Materials.
i The workmanship also
ts watched as carefully,
end the same unremitting
watchfulness enters Into
the manufacture of otxr
Cops, Bars Drops and
other Counter Goods as In
our BONBONS, COCOA
and CHOCOLATES.
If sou rat m NowHklai.
2ftrcitalBf CkocoUta. wtta
Cm! rood Valiia. mnd mt thm
aaia Umm Bartai aslcaaut
Casta, try our rEANUT CHOC CHOCOLATE
OLATE CHOCOLATE or Chocolate Diww
TK1SCUIT.

T. W. TR0SLER

Eipsrisncsd IVomsn
lldiiss notfiefs Friend
r"use it 1 so perfectly safe to use
and has been of such great help to a
ho?t of expectant

mothers, these wo women,
men, women, experienced in
UAa :ost happy
r-t-rid, advise the
use of "Mother's
Friend."
Applied externally
to the abdominal
muscles its Dunxuc

1 is to relieve the

undue tension upon
the cords and ligaments resulting: from
muscular expansion. Beneath the sur surface
face surface is a network of fine nerve threads
and the gentle, soothing: embrocation.

"Mothers iriend, is designed to sc
lubricate the muscular fibres as to avoid
the unnecessary and continuous nagging
upon this myriad of nerves. Applied to
the breasts it affords tbe proper massage
to prevent cakinz.

There is scarcely a well-stocked drug
store anywhere but what you can easily
obtain a bottle of "Mother's Friend' and
in nearly every town and village is a
grandma who herself used it In earlier
years. Expectant mothers are urged to

try this splendid assistant.

Mother's Friend has been- prepared
by Bradfleld Regulator Co.. 310 Lamar

Bldg., Atlanta. Ga., for neatly half a

century. Send for valuable little book ta

expectant motners.

L. ALEXAMBER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BTjILDER

Careful Estimates Made on all Con-

rract Work. Gives More and Better

Work for the Money than Any Other

FARMER'S COOPERATIVE

DEMONSTRATION WORK

F A m Hi

2 store in

I ami Re
Little
drained Nurse

all otyom

Bra

1119$

You will see me
every vtfeek

Read what I say in this paper every week.
I will tell you how to be healthy, beautiful
and wise.
The medicines in our Drug store are always
pure and fresh; our beautifiers contain no harm harmful
ful harmful ingredients; it is wisdom to buy at this Drug
Store on which you can RELY.
AmU-Poitopoly Drug Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
WE TAKE CARE'

jB o UX 1SL n o w
SUNDAY, FEBMUARY 21st.

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Hall Way to PalatUa and Return
Silver Springs Transportation Company

99

"Day Light Route

Yacht "Silver Springs" leaving Silver Springs
8 am. to meeting point with yacht "City of Ocala
Returning on yacht "City of Ocala," arrive Silver
Springs 5 p.m.
$2.00 Round Trip, including automobile 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. A.,
Board of Trade Rooms, Phone 381

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Soda Water. Cigars, and Cinareltes
wm be sold only for cSH Hereallep
V
By J. J. GERIG, Proprietor I

Hardpan

1. This is a more or less impervi

ous stratum composed of organic

matter varying from snuff color to

dark black. It forms at the surface

of the water-table in the soil. When

it is exposed to the air it disinte disintegrates.
grates. disintegrates. It disappears slowly from
the soil when the water-table is low lowered
ered lowered and the air admitted to it. Water

seeps through it very slowly or not
at all, according to how hard it is

and how thick the layer.

The sou immediately under hard-

pan is likely to be a white sand. This

sometimes is spoken of as quicksand.

Z. Ward pan serves a very useful

purpose when sub-irrigation is prac

tised. It keeps the water from leach

ing downward rapidly and carrying

off with it soluble particles in the soil

3. Hard pan is injurious when it

occurs in groves of any kind; in such

places the water should be permanent

ly lowered to a foot or so below the

harpan, which should be broken up

by dynamite or by cutting open ditch

es through it. The water drained
from hard pan area has been known

to cause die-back in citrus trees lo
cated on land free from hardpan.

4. iiarapan lands may be arvan-

tageously employed for truck crops

and strawberries: some farm crops

do well upon it; cotton is likely to

be a failure. It should be avoided in

planting orchard trees. It will usual

ly be found cheaper in the end to

have chosen suitable land rather than

fib correct defects and doctor a sick

grove. During favorable years young

citrus trees do extremely well on hard-

pan, but during periods of unfavorable

weather conditions many of the trees

will sicken.

Agricultural Experiment Station.

Gainesville, Florida.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

urn mm m pumm oHj

Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution in taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re- j
rult in a cube of glistening goodness. I
Foil weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ours. Let um
have your custom we deserve it.

I THe
I Laundry

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Molr.es
l Ocala

i To a Person Who Prides ;

Himself on flis Appearance :

Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen 'l
is a necessity. To supply that ne- ;
cessity is Our Business,
Ocala Steam LanaclFy :

T 402-404 8. 31ain Street

t'bone 101.

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Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches

at any hour. Adv.

W. K. Lane, 31. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law library Bulldls

Ocala, Fla.

FOR STOVE, HEATER,
OR FIREPLACE
Large Loads for Your Monev.

CTlLL TWO! TWO!! TWO!!!

T7orld

Alr22 nsx3 foi

at Bal-

IJei to
Gates' Garane

l4hJ trr C" 11 &mi

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in rcer-ls's

C L. depot, which had been
Contractor in the City.
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HE WAS A RABBIT DOG SO SIMON SIMPLE BROUGHT HIM ALONG
D DURING SIEGE OF PORT
ARTHUR, IN 1905.
Id That Ten Thousand Lives

LY IVIILE OF WIRE

If

W ft s 1 I -1

I A YES PA X I ,rW-r 1 I M,M vOtNT-. 1 I I f M

Vv, T THE!. 0OO y I Ol5H I 1 I I APTER HIM j Mi l
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Lot and Millions of Dollars
nded In "Condemning" the
Right of Way.
i are many Individual miles
uilt telephone line thatnave

4 ud In the hundreds of thcu-

' dollars," remarked an ofli ofli-he
he ofli-he United States army who
br of the war between Russia
tn a few years ago, "but the
telephone wire that cost, be be-comparison.
comparison. be-comparison. mere monpy and

Sn nnv rtVior HriA ever htiflt

ttetl during the siege of Port
h 1905.
vr'V nritl mrntht ihf .Tans

n eatiner away at the defenses

jsslan fortress, but with small
The hills around the town

or seemed to have ben fash-

j nature for defence. The

sjugu iney nau Drougni up
at 12 and 14-inch siege guns
e to make but Might impre3 impre3-n
n impre3-n the forts and none at all
town tnr -the Piiesffm flpt

(safe within the Inner harbor,
table was that, though the
ns 'Osaka babies they called

ler me name of the town

.they vere manufactured

Arthur and the harbor, there

rvenlng a great range of hills

;vned with the most powerful

Ions In the world to that
ence, the gunners could not

Sht of their targets.

;nly the 'Osaka babies com com-to
to com-to open fire upon the town

por, and the Russians smiled,

rience had shown them how

He It was for the shells to

heir unseen targets. Put. to

tonishment, after a shell or

lit squarely upon the main
In Port Arthur and shortly
e plunged through the deck

itleship and sank her like a

short time the town was
and the fleet, with half its

hk or disabled, had to put out

from the telephone in the
the Jap hidden on tho sum-

03 Meter hill there ran a wire

atteries where stood the great

oables,' and the whole thing
as simple a a kindergarten
The man with the telescope

1 where the shells from the
Sstruck: he reported it to the

;i the telephone, who. in turn

ed it to the gunners of thf

They modified their fire un-

e directions and placed their

ells as accurately as though

e firing point-blank at a tar

s the beginning of the end o:
thur, that mile of telephone

hlng up the flank of 203 Metei

was but a single wire mount

les so small that they were

a quarter of a mile distant.

st 10,000 men and several mil-

dollars in ammunition and

ar-cost to condemn' the rift

Iat9ffat!al Crta

f ..
" Ljc'e, OFK-X I I AtTCH HIM A STOP OONTWORR'A frS? DE. MfL)
FETCH HIM V S 1 BRING HIM I I S.wJ kechhM iT5 time FO ? 1
I j t 0UT riDO fZ IUU VME.TOREVGM U- I

KNEW REVOLUTION HEROINE

Still

Pennsylvania Woman Still Living
Who Was Acquainted With the
Famous Molly Pitcher.

In excellent health In spite of her j
advanced years, Mrs. Samuel Sipe,
Cumberland county's oldest resident,!
a personal friend of Molly Pitcher, the
heroine of Monmouth, has just cele-;
brated her one hundred and second

birthday, according to a Carbondale
(Pa.) dispatch to the New York
Tribune.
Her health is good, and although she
Is unable to walk she can hear clearly
and her mind is a marvel for clever cleverness
ness cleverness and recollection. .Mrs. Sipe was
born in Switzerland, October 5, 1812,
and came with her parents when only
six years of age to this country. The
trip was madein a sailing vessel and
the voyage consumed 16 weeks. She

Ichthyo!

Imnortation of ic.hthvnl. a T&

Iphaltic material found in Au-1-lived in Philadelphia for a time and

Jch finds application after ap-
I? chemical treatment as a very

ht medicament, has been, along

ny other products, cut off by
The raw material comes from ;
erous deposit near Seefeld, in
rian Tyrol. It is carefully se-

hd subjected to dry distillation, j

tillate thus obtained is then

i

Ited and subsequently neutral-

h ammonia. The use of this

has greatly increased ia the
years, and tt has proved very
I. Almost Immediately follow-

beginning of the war its prica'

j going to over 60 cents aa
klready, however, a firm hi Si.
ha a material on the market,
jxs been favorably recommend recommend-j
j recommend-j efficient substitute, closely re-
lchthyol itself.United

eological Survey Bulletin.

Profession and a Home.
1 married woman can keep up

ession and her horne as well
successfully proved by the

I of one of the largest schools

In New York.
as a 12-room apartment run

pable maid and a Japanese

tie tooK up ner leacnmg again
!r daughter was two years old

managed to prepare her
for college at the age of fif-

came to Carlisle 95 years aeo. She

remembers the old stage coaches that
made this a stopping point on the
road to Pittsburgh, and also the run running
ning running of the first train on the Cumber Cumberland
land Cumberland Valley, July 4, 1857.
' Her stories of Molly Pitcher, with
whom she was personally familiar,
contain many unique incidents in the
life of this peculiar heroine.

Warner, the authoress, also
n married three years and

r writing at home by settling
Ickeeping by nine in the mofn-

then shutting herself up in

1 A. 4 n 4 1 nn 4 Vwt

iay io wiilc uuui jic iuo
burs of a business man to
.lie considers herself entitled.

. Activities of Women.
More than one-fourth of the work in
Philadelphia is done by women.
Over three per cent of the girls em employed
ployed employed in St. Paul do not live at home.
Mrs. Ida Simonton will lead a
trading expedition into the wilds of
Africa.
American women have opened four
factories in London where women are
employed in making garments for the
British soldiers.
- Among the entire membership .of
the daughters of the American Revo Revolution
lution Revolution there are only 118 classed as
"real daughters."
Both Dowager Queen Alexandria of
England and Dowager Empress .Marie
of Russia have the same hobby that
of photography.
The present states where women
vo'te have 84 electoral votes, which is
expected to be a factor in the coming
presidential election.

NOTICE

Notice is hereby criven that the

hoard nf ronntv rnmrnissirfners nf Mtl

rion county, Florida,end to apply
to the legislature of the state of Flor-"
ida, at its regular session in 1915, for
a special legislation 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
commissiomers of Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, 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 for the payment of interest
thereon, and for making the said war warrants
rants warrants payable at fixed periods.

Board County Commissioners, Mariorr

' County, Florida. 1-30

Difficult.

fchfashIons have stopped com

says a New Yorker, "and
gowns for the winter will in

fence be less decollete. A good
ho. I said to a woman at a

st week:
beautifully your daughter Is
Don't you find it difficult to

in clothes?
ed I do! my friend replied,
j you noticed n the decollete
le's wearing tonight?' w

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Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling

PHOME 298

Parkins and Storing
Shipping of Fre4ghU
Furniture, Pianos
and Safe4.
Ilagftage Service
the BesC

We Sell
UllWEIl BOARD
Superior to Planter
or Ceiling in
' .
Quality or Price
INVESJGATE.

COLLIER BEOS., Proprietors.

A FLORIDA HAMMOCK

AUUIVAIi AND DEPARTUKE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA

Atlantic Coast Line
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg
9:05 p. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville1
6:05 a. m.
No. 37, Jacksonville .to St. Pejters
burg 2:48 a. m.
No. 38, S' Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 2:25 a. m.
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 2:40 p. m?
No. 40, St. Petersburg to JacKs on on-ville
ville on-ville 1:14p.m.,
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka 4:10 p.
m.
No. 141, Palatka to Ocala 10:50
a. m.
No. 49, Ocala to Hmosassa
Leaves, 2:25 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala-,-Ar-rives
1:05 p. m.
No. 35 (Sunnyjlm) Ocala to Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland 6: It) aj, m., Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
No. 32 (Siinnyjira Lakeland to
Ocala 9:50 p. m., Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox 6:10 a.
m., Monday. Wednesday and Friday.

No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala 5:45 ptt
ra., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Seaboard Air Line

Tampa

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

MARIOX-DUNX MASONIC 1X5 DC F

Marion-Dunn Lodge TCo. 19, F. .&
A.. M., meets on the first and thirc
Thursday evening" of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF- EASTERN STAR

ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad

LOYAL ORDER OF MOUSE

Ocala Lodge No. tjyu,

L. O.

M.

meets every Thursday at S:30 p. 'xi
Visiting brethern always welcome lo
the lodge and club house on Mag
nolia street, near postoflico.
D. Rooney. Dictator.
ODD FELLOWS

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge'a hall the second aDd
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Huesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth-

No.i 1, Jacksonville to

1:50 a. m.
No. 3, Jacksonville to .Tampa -Arrive,
12:40 iwrn; leave 1:18.

No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa-

"Go North Sea"
Merchants & Miners Trans. Co.
Steamship lines
Jacksonville
to

Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. P.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'doclc. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visitin?
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

The Management of DH. MeCLANE
Medical, Surgical, HydropatMc
and Electric Institute
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 Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be II un
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HpURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333

CONCOHDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
WOODMEN OF TDK WORLD

Fot King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 7:00 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PVTIIIAS

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"THE BEST LAXATIVE
THAT I KNOW OF."

jein Marion County,

Florida, U. S. A.)

Eft POUND, DELIVERED,

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"I have sold Chamberlain's Tablets

I for several years. People who have

used them will, take nothirfg else. I
can recommend them to my customers

Las the best laxative and cure for con

stipation that I know of, writes Mr.
Frank Strouse, Fruitland, Iowa. For
sale by all dealers. Adv.

Buy,; :yotir dm.;
CLi. Let t:ru7

3 ircm Genu's,
rtcrc. 0-tf :

Jacksonville

p. m.

No. Z. Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:30
a. m.
.To. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville Ar Arrive
rive Arrive 1" p. m.; leave 1:20 p. m.
No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville
4:10 p. m.
, Ocala Northern
No. 71 Arrives from Palatka,
11 :30 a. m.
No. 72 Leaves Ocala for Palatka
at 1:05 p. m.

Boston
NewxYork
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial 'velcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Charles Goddard,.C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad

CHAPTER NO. 13, IL A. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Fridav in every month at
7:30 p. m., H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Bjon, Secretary.

OCALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS

Take Rexall Liver
tired, sleepy feelir..

Salts for that
Gerig's 0-tf

""Kew. 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.
II. C. AVERY, L. D.JONES, Jhe Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
, n Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
Agent. Coml. Agent. afternoon at. 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
J. F. WARD, T. P. A. of courthouse. Visiting members are
City Ticket Office 25 HoEan Street.
Jacksonville, Fla. ; I Kate B. Howel V M. R. and M. C.

Pony

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Shetland
for Sa

A beautifully marked, thoroughbred,
Shetland Mare Pony, 18 months old
FOR SALE
Apply to Star Office
Phones 51 or 265

PUT YOUR AD IN THE STAR

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No goods will be charged
during the Closing Out
Sale.
This Sale is to close out
the goods and raise cash, no
other object is entertained.

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We will carefully pack
and deliver to the depot, all
goods bought at this sale by
out of town customers with without
out without extra charge.
Orders by Mail, 'Phone or
Telegraph given prompt attention.

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E are going out of the furniture business in Ocala, and have decided to put on a sale that will do the
work. Never before in the history of the furniture business in Ocala have such prices been heard

of. Our huge store, 75x85 feet, two stories high, is filled from top to bottom and from front to back with
Furniture and House Furnishings, all of which must be sold in Seven Days, beginning

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Can it be done? We think so and so will. you when you read the prices.
$14,000 Worth of Mew and Modern Furniture
$3,000 Worth of Slightly Used or "Repossessed" Furniture

Most of our goods were bought in solid carloads lots, at prices far below those paid by our competitors, and also a big saving in freights. We are pricing the goods re re-'
' re-' gardless of cost; many items are hall and even less than half of former selling prices. Every article in the store will be pJainly marked with a Red Tag on which the former
selling and the present Closing Out Sale Price will be marked in plain figures. Nothing held out. No goods reserved. The prices named in this list are for New Goods
only, but in the "repossessed" goods, many of them nearly as good as new and but slightly used, are exceptional opportunities for furnishing your home, a boarding
house or small hotel for a smallersum of money than you will ever be able to do again.
We can only price a very few articles in this limited space. You will have to go through the big stock to appreciate the magnitude of the sale and the slaughter of
prices. Every article is honest goods, standard makes and brands, and must be as represented or no sale. This is your chance. It will never come again. We nave Sev Seven
en Seven Days to sell the big stock in. We must raise a lot of CASH. Cash will do more at this sale than it will ever Ho again, be glad you. have some left and come.

We have a large and assorted stock of
BEDS.. In this line we are making great
reductions.. A glance at the prices below
will give you an idea of the great price
cutting done in this department.
Two inch, continuous post, white or Vernice
Martin, five inch filler Iron CA
Beds, former price $10, for VTOv
$7, continuous post, five inch ?0 7CZ
filler Bed, in this sale pO. J
Big job lot of beds that ranged from $10
to $15. They will go in this Q TC
sale for 3
Some beds in, job lot, will go d OP
for as low as P CJ
$25, Heavy Brass Beds in A A A
this sale for JJ.UV
$18, Heavy Brass Beds, in 3 1 AA
this sale for....... Vl lvU

Quartered Oak, roll foot, highly polished
beds, regular selling price from $20 to
$25. These beds will go in 7C
this sale for... vO.I O
$12 and $15 Oak Beds while (f
they last at VtrvU
Some slightly used beds, formerly sold for
$12. These beds will go in $JO AA
in this sale for VUU

CHAIRS

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$5, $6 and $7 Rockers, oak leather
or wood bottoms, in CjQ Afl
this sale for PD.UU

We have put our $4
$5 grade rockers in
this sale 1?0 CA
sale for ..! .DU
We have put our $1.50
Nurse Rockers in this

sale to go
at

$1.00

DINING E00M FURMTUttE

Mahogany Dining Tables, extension style,
which sold for $G0. These tables will
go in our Closing Out OQA AA
Sale for ipOU.UU
$8 Golden Oak Extension style tables,
will go in our Closing Out C ff
Sale for tPO.UU

$10 Golden Oak Extension style Tables
will go in our Closing Out QJ OP

Sale for pJ9J
A large lot of odd Dining Chairs, the $4
and $5 kind. We are going to close these
chairs out during this sale 50

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200 splendid Dining Chairs.

We will colse out this lot

during this sale
for, each

Many others besides these.

75c

Very handsome, Golden American Quarter
Sawed Oak, side boards, regular price

$45. They will go in thi3 Q97 CA

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sale for.
'e have $S

will go in thi3 sale

We have $25 Sideboards that O CA

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fact the prices on these goods are so low that we do not feel like quoting them. This sale offers the opportunity of your to purchase furniture at a small cost.

MISCELLANEOUS
Ladies' Writing Desks that sold for $12.50,
we will close out in this sale jjg QQ
Fumed Oak Ladies Writing lC A A
Desks, in this sale for. vU.UU
A $15 Golden Oak Hat Rack with beveled
mbirror, will be sold in this 20 7ZL
sale for .... O.O
Baby Sulkies, which sold regularly for
$2 and $2.50, will go in this J QQ
sale for
Lanoleum, Cooks E Grade, per EJO c
square yard
Inlaid Lanoleum, Cooks Grade, C QQ
per square yard P
Lace Curtains, regular price $3 and $30
per pair, during the sale, while the last
they will go for, per 1 flfl

pair

Goose Feather Pillows that sold for $3.50
per pair, wil go in this sale 75

SPRINGS & MATTRESSES

$2.75

$5 National Springs, at
this sale for

500 sets of Folding Springs, 120
coil all wire and first class $3 val

ue, inese
springs for.

We are putting elegant

$12 Acme Felt Mattress Mattresses
es Mattresses in to this sale for the

significant
price of .

$1.25

$625

Sewing
Machines
NEW HOME and
WHITE
SEWING MACHINES
Regular price $30 at
this sale for only
$22.00

STOVES AND RANGES

$40.00
$30.00

$70 Buck Wrought Iron
Ranges, at this sale..;...
$50 Buck Ranges, will go in
this sale for

Tip Top Range, regular price 2?QO Oft
$55, in this sale PO.UU
No 7 Stoves, regular price $9, C ft ft
in this sale for POtUU
No. 8 Stoves, regular price 7 Cft
$12.50, in this sale for.... P wv

The great Closing Out Sale commences Saturday
Morning, Feb. 20th, and closes Saturday night, Feb.
27th, lasting seven week days only. No more no
less, and everything must be disposed of during
that short time.

Dressers Washstands
Handsome Golden Oak Dressers, French
beveled mirrors, formerly sold from $16
to $18. They will go in this dQ 7C
sale for 47 O
Dressers which sold regularly from $12
to $15, will go in this sale 50
$65 Circassian Walnut Dresses, one of our
greatest bargains in this SoQ ff

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sale, for.

Wash Stands that we sold for $6, we will
put in thi3 Closing Out Sale (jjfj 7J
$12 and $14 Wash Stands, fine large French
beveled mirrors, during thi3 sale they
7roLg? .a! $5.00 to $7.00

ONLY ONE PRICE
Every article in the big store
marked with a Red Tag on which
in plain figures is the regular
price and sale price. No other
price asked or accepted.

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OCALA

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HUGS
$14, Seamless Tapestry Rugs, 9x12,
these rugs will go in 2jfi 7C
this sale for J)U. J

About 150 small Tapestry
Rugs which sold for $1
each will go in r-r
. sale at, each.. OVIC

$30 Wool Axminister rugs

this sale at$18.50

Brussels Rugs, $24 values,

9 x 12 in

this sale a

t$12.50

KEEP IN LIMD
The fact that we
bought most of
our goods in car carload
load carload lots at prices
below other buy buyers.
ers. buyers. We must con convert
vert convert them into
cash and are sell selling
ing selling them regard-j
less of cost.

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OCA LA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1915 f.

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Every MorMimgj
IBrnings Ills

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YlMlSlfllS

with their crisp, snappy forecast of a pleasant
day.
Not only do these sweet, golden-brown bits
of food make the children smile with happy de delight,
light, delight, but the older folks too.
Do you know, in Toasties all the winning
flavors hidden in white Indian Corn are discov discovered
ered discovered and "fresh sealed" for you at the factory,
and come ready to eat for tomorrow's breakfast.
with cream or fruit Dlicious. Sold by Grocers.

j&rWWtt.fr LENTEN SERVICES FOR 1915

OGALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f

Grace Church, Ocala, Fla., Corner E.
Broadway and Watula Streets

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

who owns the dwelling the business property-r-that stands in
your name?
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and the
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the beginning of civilization no man owned any definite part of
the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of it;
homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plentiful for
individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particular spot.

floridu title and abstract corporation

ocala, fla-

ROOM AND HATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF

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Ocala, Florida
Restaurant with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
KLECTK1C K LEVATOR SERVICE PHOXES IX ALL ROOMS
LOUIS Mo LONG, .
MANAGER s
The only Hotel on the Square

ROOM AND BATH FOR A IK)LLAR AND A HALF

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But the Greatest of These is the Butcher
The Baker is O. K. Patronize Him!
The Candle Stick Maker is Obsolete!
BUT THE BUTCHER
WHO SELLS GOOD EIEATS
Is First in the Affections of a Hungry Public

Judge Bullock Honor Guest at Dinner
in Tampa
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Himes enter entertained
tained entertained with an informal 6 o'clock din dinner
ner dinner yesterday at their handsome home
in Suburb Beautiful. Their honor
guests were a trio of the state's dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished men, who are here for the
Gasparilla Carnival: Governor Park
Trammell, Mr. W. V. Knott, of Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, state comptroller; Mr. J. C.
Luning, state treasurer, and Judge W.
S. Bullock, the circuit judge from
Ocala. Place wcro laid around the
elegantly appointed dining table for
Judge F. M. Robles, Judge George
Raney, Senator H. J. Drane of Lake Lakeland;
land; Lakeland; Mr. C. C. Whitaker. Col. W. F.
S to vail, Mr. R. M. Clewis, Mr. W. H.
Jackson, Mr. A. G. Turner, Mr. Philip
Shore, Hon. W. T. Martin, Mr. George
McKeen, Mr. Peter O. Knight and
Hon. II. S. Phillips.
After dinner Mr. and Mrs. Himes
and their guests went aboard the
"Seafoam" as the guests of Mr. T. L.
Hodges, the state shell and fish com commissioner,
missioner, commissioner, and with other friends of
Mr. Hodges, they were all taken out
on the bay to finish a full day of
pleasure, watching the fireworks and
the street dancers and listening to
the music of the bands, mingled with
the gay carnival noises. Tampa Trib Tribune.
une. Tribune. Red Letter Social
The Epworth League will give a
Red Letter Social Friday evening at
7:30 o'clock. There will be a short
program followed by the observation

of four February red letter days

Dickens, Valentine, Lowell and Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. All Methodists and. their

friends are invited.

Miss Barrows Will Give a Demonstra Demonstration
tion Demonstration and Lecture at the
Woman's Club
Saturday Miss Anna Barrows, a

teacher in Columbia Unversity, secre

tary of the National Home Economics
Association and for twelve years

director of the home economics school

in Chautauqua, N. Y., will give a dem demonstration
onstration demonstration and lecture at the Worn
an's Club Saturday, the demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration beginning at 9:30 o'clock in the

morning and the lecture at 3:30 tin

the afternoon, following the business
meeting.

Miss Barrows comes to Ocala at

the invitation of Mrs. W. T. Gary,
chairman of home economics, who has
charge of the program for that aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Miss Barrows has spoken at
farmer's meetings, before women's

clubs, schools and colleges in about

twenty states. She has done consid considerable
erable considerable -writing, many of her articles

having appeared in widely circulated

periodicals. She has also prepared a
text book for a correspondence course
conducted by a Chicago school. A
graduate of the Boston Cooking
School, Miss Barrows has been teach teaching
ing teaching and lecturing for about twenty
years.

Mr. Robert Anderson, Jr., of Ocala
is the house guest of his uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Anderson, at
their home on Market street. Mr. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Jr., was among the out-of-town
guests attending the society
cabaret at the Mason hotel last eve

ning. Jacksonville Metropolis.

Mrs. Cecil Bryant and interesting

children, Inez, "Louise and Farris,
have returned to their home in Ocala
after a pleasant visit in this city, the

guests of Mrs. William Weigel. Be Before
fore Before "returning home, Mrs. Bryant em em-joyed
joyed em-joyed an automobile trip to St. Au

gustine and Palm Beach. Jackson

ville Metropolis.

Mr. Barney Marcus, who recently

visited his sister, Mrs. Marcus Frank

here, passed through Ocala yesterday

en route to his home in Savannah
from Tampa, where he was a Gaspar

illa guest at the home of Congress

man Sparkman.

Mrs. James Chace leaves the last

of the week for Baltimore to spend

several weeks at Johns Hopkins hos

pital

f Mrs. E. T. Helvenston has returned
from Tampa, where she was the
guest of relatives during Gasparilla.
if
Mrs. Helvenston's cousin, Miss Maude
Alexander ofr Brooksville, who has
frequently visited in Ocala, was also
a Gasparilla visitor.

where she will attend the meeting of
the National Council of Education, of
which she is a member. Miss Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton will also attend the meeting of
the superintendence department of the
National Educational Association,
which will convene in Cincinnatti the
following week.
(Uonciuuea ou Sixth Page)

W. C. T. U. PROGRAM

The Woman's Christian Temper

ance Union will hold its memorial
fund day exercises at the Christian
church on Thursday night at 7:30,

when the following program will be

carried out:

Song, O, For a Thousand Tongues

to Sing.
Scripture reading, Crusade Psalm.
Prayer.
Song, Saloons Must Go.
Reading, Why a Frances E. Willard.
Recitation, Frances E. Willard:
Mrs. R. L. Carter.
Song, We're Coming Dear Leader:
Class of girls.
Reading, Welcoming the Stranger
at Ellis Island.
Reading, Work Among Foreign Foreign-Speaking
Speaking Foreign-Speaking People.
Motion song, by eight little girls.
Poem, America for Me.
Reading, Transforming the Ameri American
can American Indian.
Quiz for Frances E. Willard mem memorial
orial memorial fund, conducted by Mrs. George
Rentz.
Song, Mother's Voice.
Offering for memorial fund.
Temperance doxology.

BASKET BALL FRIDAY NIGHT

The members of the Athletic Club
will have a basket ball game, follow followed
ed followed by a dance Friday night, and will
have their games and -dances every
Friday instead of Thursday evening
after this.

(Rev. J. G. Glass, Rector)
I Ash Wednesday
i 7 a. m. Holy communion.
' 11 a. m. Morning prayer.
7:30 p. m. Evening prayer.
4 :30 p. m. Mondays and Saturdays.
7:30 p. m. Fridays.
Sunday Services

7:30 a. m. Holy communion, except

nrst bunday.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.

11 a. rn. Morning prayer and ser

mon, except on first Sunday, when
there will be Litany and holy com

munion.

7:30 p. m. Evening prayer, follow followed
ed followed by conference on "Use and Con

tents of the Book of Common Prayer."

OLD TIME MUSICAL SOCIAL
Folowiner is the nrotrmTn f ha

Old Time Musical Social held in the

Weirsdale school house, on February
12th, by the ladies of the Lake Weir
W. C. T. U.
Organ voluntary.
Invocation: Rev. Logan.
State Song: By alL
Song: The Bridge, Mrs. Guthery.
Reading: Mrs. V. P. Kelsey.
Song: Miss Ruth Dickerson.
Song: Its Going. Mrs. Rast.
Reading: Uncle Peter and the Trol Trolley
ley Trolley Car, Mr. Ritter.
Song: Bonnie Down, Mr. Fyfe.
Song: Johnny Sands, Mrs. Guth Guthery.
ery. Guthery. Song: When You and I were Young
Maggie, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Albert-son.
son. Albert-son. Instrumental Music: Miss Jessie
Cameron.
Song: Messrs. Coggins, Albertson,
and Reid.
Song: Better Bide a Wee, Miss
Ruth Dickerson.
Song: When the Kye Comes Home,
Mr. Fyfe.
:Solo: Mr. Albertson.
Refreshments were served. -whili

consisted of sandwiches, cocoa and
cake.

There were between ninetv nd

ninety-five guests present. About

twenty-nve of this number were child

ren.

Comittee: Miss Harriet Simpson.
Mrs. Rast.
Mrs. Guthery

PROCTORr PERSON

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

"A wedding of much social interest
was solemnized at the home of Mr!
and Mrs. J. W. Person, at Pedro, on
the evening pf February 14, when Miss
Snelow Person5, the beautiful daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and MrsJ. W. Person,
became the hrideof Mr. Alfred D.
Proctor. Thebride made a charm charming
ing charming picture in her bridal robe of white
silk embroidered net over messa messa-line
line messa-line silk of thesame color,. .,
Mrs." Proctor has a host oi friends
here who wish for her much happi happiness
ness happiness in her new home.
The groom is a prominent young
business man of Pedro.
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. J. R. Proctor.
Dr. J. Walter Hood's new office tele telephone
phone telephone number is 284. 15-tf

Phone 108

W. H. MARSH
Next to 0. K. Grocery

WatteFinmeloiii Ssedl
I can furnish a limited quantity of Extra Select
Tom Valson Seed, taken from melons weighing
40 to GO pounds each. These seVd have been carefully
selected for a number of years and are guaranteed

strain, the best in Georgia. 'Write me for prices.

pure

Dr. Ruth S. ArnoM
OSTEOPATH
Phone 45

Colonial Hotel,

Ocala, Fla.

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Embalmer

With
E. C. Jordan & Co.
I Furniture and
Undertakers!

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

219 WEST BROADWAY

Miss Grace A. Townsend, the well
known secretary of the Florida
Christian Endeavor, spent last eve evening
ning evening and night in Ocala with Mrs. M.
M. Little, en route from Gainesville,
where she attended the North Central
Christian Endeavor convention.
Thursday night at the E. Broadway
church the W. C. T. U. will hold its
annual Frances E. Willard memorial
services. The program will be given
tomorrow.
The following from the Times-Union
will be of interest to the friends of
Miss Hampton:
Miss Clem Hampton, of Hampton
Springs, who has been spending the
past few days in Jacksonville, the
guest of Mrs. J. G. O'Neal and fami family,
ly, family, at their home on Newnan street,

Send Us Your
Orders For:
I Beams
Channels,
Angles and
AH Shapes.
Boiler Plate
Tank Steel,
v Galvanized,
Copper and
Zinc Sheets.
Truss Rods,
Stay Bolts
Structural
Iron Work
Of AH Kind.
All Hard Woods.
Launches,
Dories and
Skiffs
Built to
Order.
Boilers and
Tanks Built
To Order.
Pumps for all
Purposes.
Competent Force
For Road Work at all
Times.

'OR RENT Weli locaxed and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next

to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ionial. 7-tf

'OR SALE Tailor made uncalled for
pants, while they last $3.50. Eng English
lish English Woolen Mills. 2-5

'OR RENT A five-room cottage
with all modern conveniences, on
South Second street, east. Apply
at Star office. dh tf

FOR SALE Tailor made uncalled for

suits, $10. English Woolen Mills.

FOR SALE: Two-passenger, 25-hp.

Maxwel car; fully equipped and in
splendid condition; new tires. Cheap
for cash. Apply "Auto," care the
Star. 2-tf

FOR RENT Two story, ten room

house corner Watula and E. Adams

streets. Possession given at once

Apply to W. E. Davis, at the Mun-

roe & Chambliss National Bank. 4-tf

FOR RENT My suburban home in

the southwestern part of town,

with two acres of ground; rates

reasonable to the right party. C
P. Howell, Ocala, Fla. 2-5-tf

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FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all

heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf

WANTED Presser who can preas

clothes. English Woolen Mills. 2-5

LOST $145.50; liberal reward for

information leading to its recovery.
Address "X," care Star. 2-11-tf

FOR RENT Furnished rooms; with

modern conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three blocks from court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 10-tf

FOUND A key ring with ten keys.

Owner can have same oy paying ior
this advertisement. The Star. 15

FOR SALFj Single comp R. I. Red,
TtT 1 A J 1 A. 1. T m

vvara strain, eggs ior natcnmgi
winners at Ocala last fall; $1.50
for fifteen; satisfaction guaranteed.
F. M. Joyner, Lake Weir, Fla. 6t

MONEY TO LOAN Applications re-

received for loans from $100 to
$10,000, on improved and unimprov unimproved
ed unimproved town property and farm lands.
Interest 8 straight. Interest
payable annually or semi-annually.
Time: one to ten years. Applicants
for loans will please give discrip discrip-tion,
tion, discrip-tion, location, and valuation of prop property
erty property offered as security for loan.
State improvements and valuation
of same. We want county repre representatives
sentatives representatives to receive applications
for loans, appraise property, and
serve as our exclusive representa representative.
tive. representative. Attorney or real estate man
preferred. Applicants for loans,
and applicants for agencies positive positively
ly positively required to furnish at least two
character references and forward
postage, five 2c stamps, for appli application
cation application blanks, full particulars, and
prompt reply. Write Southern Of Office,
fice, Office, Southeastern Mortgage Loan
Association, Fourth Natl Bank
Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. 17-3t.

LOST Feb. 15th, a fox terrier dog;

stub tail, brown spotted. A suita suitable
ble suitable reward will be given for infor information
mation information of his whereabouts or his

return to William Cotner, Q

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CARN-THORi AS CO.

H. B. MASTERS CO.
SMITH GROCERY CO.
OLLIE RIORDIS.
L. J. LIETIMER.
R. L. HAMPTON.
M. S. S AWAY A.
M. C. FA L Afc A.
They will be glad to supply you if your regular
grocer has not yet put it in. If you are not get getting
ting getting your "CALUMET" -notify the manager
or the advertising crew at the Colonial Hotel.
"Calumet Baking Powder" has solveci all Bak Baking
ing Baking Powder Problems in "MILLIONS OF HOMES,"
and it will SOLVE yours.
Try a Can at OUR RISK. Your money back
"WITHOUT QUESTION if it is Not the Best Baking
Powder you have Ever Used. ; WHY did this Ball Balling
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National Pure Food Show in 1807, and again in
Paris, France, 1912? BECAUSE IT IS PURE and
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See if it does not do all and More than is claimed
for it. "BEST BY TEST," both Flour and Baking
Powders.
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Masons meet tomorrow night.

Moose meet tomorrow evening. jj
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Judge Wm. E. Smith has returned
f rom Tampa.
-Mr. Geo. L. Taylor has removed his
printing office from Mr. Yonge's lit little
tle little block to his big one.

Mr. Ben Rheinauer is home from his

visit to New York.

At the meeting of the K. of P. Mon Mon-night
night Mon-night Mr. JofTVhite was admitted
as a page. MnT. G. Mixson duly-

performed his vigil, and his brother

nights buckled the spurs on him.

Chicago, I1L, Feb. 17. May wheat
1.6C.
Corn, 79.
Oats, 60.
Pork, 19.00.
Lard, 10.85.
Ribs; 10.22.

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DESIRE CONSIDERATION

The Moose will have a rattling
meeting tomorow night with some something
thing something doing on the side. All members
should be present.

"Messrs. Cecil Ditto, Van

John and Charles Needham are home
from a visit to Tampa.

Word received from Mr. Perry to today
day today announced that he is rapidly re recovering
covering recovering 'from a surgical operation

Boney, J performed several days ago in Atlan

ta.

Try those delicious hot and cold
drinks served at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 17-6t

The trial of Reuben Flint for shoot

ing another colored man on the night
cf the. 9th, has been. set. for this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon before Judge Smith, but as the
man who was -shot has .not -been, lo located,
cated, located, it will probably be postponed.
Albertus Howell was .shot in. the face
with small, shot on this occasion.

The most complete line of high
grade toilet articles in Ocala may be
found at our store reasonable prices
prevail too. The Court Pharmacy. 6t

The clothes pressing and cleaning

business of Todd & Company has

been moved to the rear of the men's

department in Frank's. Mr. ; Heron

Todd will continue to have charge of

the business and give it his personal
attention.

1 Mr. D. G. Edwards, of Crystal Riv

er, is among the business visitors in

the city today, v

A larcre shipment of Dennison's

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crepe paper in all .colors just receiv
ed at the Court. Pharmacy. 17-6t

All varieties of seed corn; also, mil millet
let millet and sorghum, how in and for sale

by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf

Our prescription department is our
pride. Ask the doctor. The Court
Pharmacy. 17-Ct
Feel like' trying a Scotch hlghba1)

(any other kind, it you do not lik

the Scotch) then try one at Johnny's
Place. 22-tf

Editor Star: I wish to place this
small article in your paper and wis'i
you would put it where every body
can read it. The A. C. L. depot is now
finished and the carpenters have again
turned it over to the public use of
Ocala after two weeks of hard work
and disadvantages and not having
delayed the shipping from this point
has made us work under difficulties
from start to finish. It seems that
the depot while in its old site was
a thorn in the flesh of Ocala, and for

a number of years the city has been

doing its best to have it moved. Now
as it is out of the street, we hope
that when we reach the city again
it will have better improvements on
that street and that we will not have
to work in mud to our shoe tops while
walking along it. Of course we know
that it will not be done, but we hope
that Ocala will wake up to the looks
of things outside of the business
part of town.
Yours respectfully,
Carl D. Bradshaw,
Carpenter force A. C. L. 730.

You will never fully appreciate a
gin fiz till you have tried one of those

at Johnny's Place. 22-tf

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Rev. Father Benedict,. Director.

Secretary Rooney left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Tallahassee, in response to
a telegraphic invitation from the

home economic department of the
Women's College to come there and
lecture to them during the program

tomorrow. Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, rep representative
resentative representative of the girls' canning clubs
of Marion county, is there and much

good is anticipated both to the county members, and upon

ana state. Mr. Kooney nas transpor transportation
tation transportation over the railroad, so his ex expense
pense expense on the trip to the Board of
Trade is very small.

(Continued from Fifth Page)
Miss Condon Wedded to Mr. Tomber Tomber-lin
lin Tomber-lin this Afternoon
A wedding which united the mem members
bers members of well known Marion county
families and one in which a broad in

terest was centered, took place this
afternoon at the home of the bride's
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sister, Mrs. Annie M. Perry, when
Miss Florida Lily Condon and Mr.
Benkey Edward Tomberlin were mar married.
ried. married. The wedding was very quiet,
only near relatives and a few intimate
friends witnessing the ceremony,
which was performed by Rev. J. G.
Glass, rector of Grace Episcopal
church.
The bride wore a handsome travel traveling
ing traveling coat suit of turquoise blue velvet,
with a pretty ecru lace waist, attract attractively
ively attractively trimmed in gold lace. With this

suit, which was very becoming to the

lovely bride, hat and gloves to match
were worn.

Amidst congratulations and best
wishes, tempting refreshments in two
courses were served after which Mr.
and Mrs. Tomberlin left immediately
on the Seaboard special for Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to spend a few days, going then
to Miami, where they will make their
future home.
Mrs. Tomberlin was born and rear reared
ed reared in Ocala and has a host of friends
here and elsewhere, who join in wish wishing
ing wishing her great happiness in her new
home. Deepest regret is felt that her
marriage will take her from Ocala.
For six years she has held the local
agency for the Equitable Life Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Company, and the romance cul

minated today begun five years ago
when she wrote a policy in Dunnellon

for Mr. Tomberlin. For nearly four

years she neld the secretaryship of
the Ocala chapter, Eastern Star, in
which she is one of the most active

resigning this

WEDDING GIFTS
Announcement Extraordinary

On Thursday, Febj, 18th, a Special Rrepresentative
from V. E. Jacobs Co., Jacksonville,
one of the foremost Jewelry and Silverware firms in Florida, will display for
the inspection of Ocala's prominent citizens a line of
STERLING SILVER WEDDING GIFTS
such as rarely ever has been shown in this.locality.
Whether intending to purchase or not, the ladies will find many articles
of unusual merit, workmanship and design; and especially reasonable in price.

Our Mr. Weil will be at the Harrington Hall
ALL OF THURSDAY to display our goods.

San Antonio

Five Miles West of Dade City and One Mile East of

BoardingrSchool for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889 I
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES j
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS j
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and J
A; C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16,1914

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Saws TIpke aMl eed
' and that is where your profit is made
! on the farm

Mr. R. E. O'Farrell, of the Marion

Bottling & Ice Cream Co., has re returned
turned returned from a visit to Tampa.

Dr. R. T. Weaver returned today
from an extended business trip thru
South Florida and to the east coast.

Mr. H. M. Hampton is spending
this week in New Orleans, attending

United States court.

Messrs. Frank Sanders and C. A.

Emerson of the Florida Title & Ab

stract Corporation, who have been at

Inverness for several months past, temple one of the largest member

working up records there, have re- ships in the state

post two months ago, she was tender

ed a very pretty compliment by her

sister chapter members.

Mr. Tomberlin was a resident of

Dunnellon until a year and a half

. m m a

ago, going then to Miami wnere he

has established a prosperous mercan

tile business. He is a young man of

excellent character and numbers his

friends by his acquaintances.

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Social Session of the Pythian Sisters
The Pythian Sisters had a well at-r

tended meeting yesterday afternoon,

at which they admitted Mrs. R. T.

Weaver, Mrs. R. W. Perry, Mrs. L. A.
Snow, Mrs. W. L. Colbert and Mrs.

J. W. Lamar to the order. The ad

dition of these ladies gives the Ocala

turned to the company's office here to

check up and finish the result of their

labors. Mr. C. E. Ahearn was with

them for a time at Inverness, but has

been home for several weeks.
The Anti-Monopoly Drug Store un

der its new ownership, is making

many new innovations, one of them

being a systematic advertising cam

paign. Dr. Parrish has just contract contracted
ed contracted with the Outcalt Advertising Com Company
pany Company for a year's series of the "Little
Trained Nurse" advertisements, one

of which appears in today's paper.

These ads are especially attractive to
the reader, and everyone has a dis

tinctive story of its own to tell about

the, good qualities of the Anti-

Monopoly's various lines of goods. Dr.
Parrish was not slow to see the ad advantages
vantages advantages to be gained by constant ad-

In the evening, most of the sisters

and several masculine members of the

lodge met in the hall and held a social
session. Music and conversation took

up the time. Miss Marguerite Por

ter was a guest of the lodge and sang
two beautiful Solos, in which she was

accompanied by Mrs. Charles Godd-

ard. The evening ended with an-en

joyable supper, in which oysters in

all styles were served.

young ladies, Miss Josephine Van

Bullock, Miss Jane Austin and Miss
Mary Wyatt Galbraith.

Mrs. C. H. Mathews of Candler and

daughter-in-law, Mrs. Frank Math Mathews
ews Mathews and son of Silver Springs, leave
this week for Fort Pierce, to visit the

parents of Mrs. Frank Mathews. After
a fortnight's visit there Mrs. C. H.
Mathews will go to Fort Lauderdale

to remain until spring with Mr. and

Mrs. George Mathews.

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Kelsey and

daughter, accompanied by Mrs. I.

Gerig, of Sumterville, S.C., leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for Ocala, where they will be
the guests of Dr. and Mrs. R. T.

Weaver. Jacksonville Metropolis.

Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey, daughter and

Mrs. Gerig arrived this afternoon in
their car. They are on their way to
Inverness to visit relatives.

Today Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, who is

in Tallahassee, taking the canning
club course, gave a fifteen minutes
talk before the county agents of
girls' canning clubs of Florida, her

subject being club work in Marion

county for the past three years.

Miss Lena Atwater, of Palatka, is

in the city for a visit with her friend
Mrs. Laura Welhorner.

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Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1882.
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work guaranteed. 2-13-tf

Silver Tea Given by
? Guild

An enjoyable and pretty social

event of last evening was a silver tea

given by the members of St. Mar

caret's Guild, from 8 to 10 o'clock at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. B.

Clarkson.

The inclemency of the weather pre

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

vertising, and one of the first things vented many from attending, but
he did upon taking charge of his new those who braved the elements spent

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor-

ner. Meals a la carte ana luncnes ai
any hour.-: Adv.

GREAT GATHERING
OF COLORED MEN

This No. 45 Deere Corn Planter makes an accu accurate
rate accurate edge drop and will pay for itself in thirty
acres of corn and make a better crop.

-hardware -.Company
Phone 118
OCALA 9 FLORIDA

purchase was to arrange with the
local papers for a liberal space to be
used during the year for his announcements.

The Wayne Hotel on North Magno

lia street, which is now

a pleasurable evening. An interesting j
program arranged by Miss Byrd

Wartmann was rendered, the read readings
ings readings and musical selections, the latter

including both vocal and instrumental

There are in this city today nearly
300 colored preachers from all over
Central Florida. They are here to at

tend the Central Florida Conference

under the numbers, being delightfully given by of the A. M. E. church, which conven-

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Sircrth, Power, Accomplishment are all Typified in S. S. S.

' oisoraers pecome deeply eliminated from their presence.

Come blood

rooted in tho glands and tissues, and the I

mistake !a made of. resorting to drastic
drugs. These only eggravate by causing
other and worse troubles. A host of peo people
ple people know this to be true. They know
from painful experience, v
To get right down into where the blood
Is vitiated requires S. S. S. the greatest
blood purifier ever -discovered. ..
This remarkable remedy contains ono
Ingredient, tho active purpose of which i3
to stimulate the tissues, to the healthy
selection of its own essential, nutriment
and the medicinal elements; of this match matchless
less matchless blood purifier are Just. as essential to
well balanced-health as the nutritious
foments of the meats, grains, fats and
ivirs of our dally food.
;."ct or.ly this, but if from -the presence
'disturbing" poison there 13 a local
7 :-..! interference of nutrition to
rrbvnc!e3,- abscesses and
: S. O. S. so directs the
1 '- r3 i'3 rejected and

Then, too, S. S. S. has such snecific

stimulation on these local cells as to pre preserve
serve preserve their mutual welfare and a proper
relative assistance to each other.

In a very brief time S. S. S. has the

reconstructive process so under control

that remarkable changes are obseved. All
eruptive places heal, mysterious pains and
aches have disappeared, and from head to
foot there Is a conscious sensation of re renewed
newed renewed health.
From, the fact that S. S. S. is purely
al botanical preparation, it is accepted by
tho weakest stomach and has great tonic
Influence. Not one drop of drugs or
minerals is used in its preparation. Ask
for S. S. S. and Insist upon having it.

And If you desire skillful advice upon any

matter concerning the blood and stan

write to Tho Swift Specific Co., 205 Swift
Bldg, Atlanta, Ga. Do not allow some
zealous clerk to larrup the atmorere in

eloquence over something "Just j
.as. &. Beware; of .all cr?

management of Mrs. R. A. Detterich,

is rapidly coming to the front as one
of the citys leading hotels. At pres present
ent present the house only boasts a "silver
seal," but the live proprietress is con continuing
tinuing continuing to make improvements in the
premises that will eventually land the
Wayne in the "gol d aal'Lcla ss

Mr. G. W. Stephens was admitted

to full fellowship bj the local lodge..

of Odd Fellows, gtrfay; night'ssejgkm.

State of Ohio, City, of Toledo,

Lucas County, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that

he is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore

said, 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 6th day of De

cember, A. D. 1886.

(Seal) A. W. Gleason,
Notary .Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally
nally internally and acts directly upon the. blood

and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti constipation.
pation. constipation. Ad.
UNITED STATES post office,
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.

Mrs. Claude Nelson, Mrs. F. R.
Bridges, Mis3 Janet Weathers, Mrs.

Clarkson and Mr. Edward Drake.

Roses and other pretty flowers
adorned the rooms of the handsome
home. In the dining room Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward Drake and Miss Minnie Gamsby

presided at the exquisitely appointed

)le, pouring coffee and chocolate

rhich was passed with sandwiches

and cake by Misses Ellen Clarkson,
Minnie Stovall, Susielu Ellis and
Ruby Gissendaner.
Assisting in entertaining besides
the ones mentioned were Rev. J. G.
Glass, Mrs. Ella Glass, Mrs. G. K.
Robinson and Mrs. L. H. von Engel Engel-ken.
ken. Engel-ken.
The ladies of the Methodist church
are making preparations to hold a
rummage sale in the near future and
church members and all interested

friends are asked to get their rum rummage
mage rummage ready for collection.

Miss Lillian Clarkson and little
brother Harry, have been sick for
several days5 but are now convalesc convalescing.
ing. convalescing. Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Montgomery,
who have been visiting their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. F. R.
Hocker, have gone to St. Petersburg
for a short stay. They will return to
Ocala before leaving for their home
in Elizabethtown, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wolff and

daughter Rose, have returned home
from Tampa, where they spent sev several
eral several days delightfully.
Mrs. Roland Keating who was op operated
erated operated on yesterday at her home on
North Watula street, is resting easy
this afternoon.
Tomorrow Afternoon Mrs. "E. L.

ed last night in Mt. Zion (the big
brick church) on South Magnolia
street. Bishop John E. Hurst, D. D.,
LL.D., of Baltimore, bishop of the
conference, is presiding over the con conference,
ference, conference, which will be in session until
and including Sunday night.
GADSON'S BAZAR MOVED

After occupying the store in the
Chace building, next door to the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, for nearly.

twenty years, Frank P. Gadson, pro--prietor
of the Ocala Bazar, moved his
stock yesterday to two of the store
rooms in the new St. George block,
south of the same on Magnolia street,
which has been fitted up very at attractively
tractively attractively for the new home of the
Bazar. Gadson likes the new location
very much.
NOTICE

New Home of the Bazaar
1 WIS H to inform our customers that the Ocala
Bazaar, which has been located for 17 years in the
J store in the Commercial Bank Block, is now locat located
ed located in the two central store rooms in the St. George
Block, the handsome new brick block owned by the
Metropolitan Realty & Investment Company as
shown in the above, picture. The store is just one
block further south than the former location. Re Remember
member Remember where our new home is located and come
to see us in our pretty new quarters.
We are showing a large line of Newest and Best
Goods in Ready-To-Wear Goods for men, wo women
men women and children, complete from head to foot, also
Novelties, Stationery, School Supplies, Bed
and Table Linen, etc,

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reserved by the treasury department Carney will entertain from 3:0 to 5

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Of Application to the Legislature of
Florida for the Enactment of
Special or Local Legislation.
Notice is hereby given that applica application
tion application will be made to the legislature of
the state of Florida, at its next ses session
sion session in April, 1915, for the passage of
an act authorizing the city of Ocala
to purchase from other party or par parties,
ties, parties, electric current or power for the
use of the said city, either for light lighting
ing lighting or manufacturing purposes, and

to distribute and sell the current so

purchased for lighting and manufac
turing purposes.

Also for the passage of an act au

thoring and requiring the city council
of Ocala to submit to the registered

voters of said city, any application
which may be made to said city, or its

council, for a franchise, whenever

petition or application, signed by

twenty per cent of such registered
voters of the city, shall be presented

to the council, praying that the oues

tion of granting such franchise shall

be submitted to and passed upon by

the registered voters of the said city
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