OOALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1915
BAflK HAS A BIRTHDAY
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HERIM REQUESTED TO RESPECT THE STRUGGLE OF GLR-
MANY FOB EXISTENCE
Berlin, Feb. 18. Its is learned to to-dav
dav to-dav that the German reolv to the
li'niioA CJfatoe' nrntocf wVmii Vine hroti i 3
forwarded to Washington, after the T
most friendly assurances, accuse;
Great Britain of violating the inter international
national international shipping rules.
It asserts that Germany's action
was necessitated by Great Britain at attempting
tempting attempting to cut off Germany's food j
supply, and recommends that Amer- AMERICA'S
ican ships avoid the war zone around
Great Britain. It also suggests thati
all American ships passing through
the war zone be recognized by con convoys
voys convoys of warships flying the United
States ensign. The reply emphatical emphatically
ly emphatically states that only ships carrying
no contraband should be" convoyed.
The British practice of using neu neutral
tral neutral fbtgs on merchant ships is severe severely
ly severely censured, and the hope is express expressed
ed expressed that the United States will fully
respect the struggle of Germany fori
It is reported that the admiralty
has information of the intention of
Great Britain to torpedo the first in incoming
coming incoming American steamer and charge
the sinking of the vessel to the Ger German
man German submarines.
AND HOLD GROUND TN
THE WEST A
Vienna, Feb. 18. Austrian troops
captured the important Galician rail railway
way railway center of Kolomea, on the Pruth
river, taking 2,000 prisoners, after
a two days', battle. Four thousand
Carpathians, where the general battle
continues as far as Wyszkow.
ADMIT SLIGHT GAIN FOR ALLIES
Berlin, Feb. 18. It is officially ad admitted
mitted admitted that the British between Arras
and Lille have made slight gains. The
Germans evacuated the village of
Norroy. The allies continue tn the
offensive against the right wing of j
the German line, but attacks in the
Champagne district have ceased.
In the east the Germans are attack attacking
ing attacking the Russians near Tauroggen and
in the district west of Grodam.
The Russians, who were beaten near
Kolno, have been reinforced and the
Germans are attacking again.
WILLIAM IN THE WEST
The kaiser has returned from his
tour of inspection in the east. He is
planning to visit Cuxhaven and Heli Heligoland.
goland. Heligoland. AUSTRIA NEEDS CORN CLUBS
London, Feb. 18.- An official decree
extending Austria's rights of requisi requisition
tion requisition to maize has been published in
the Official Gazette a Budapest.
Citra, Feb. 17. Mr. B. F. Driver
of Lima, O., is visiting his brother,
C. W. Driver.
Miss Edna Borland of Fort Myers
was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Pa Patience
tience Patience Borland, this week.
Miss Peeler made an interesting
address at the Baptist church Sunday
morning. She spoke of the work be
ing done by the Baptists on the mis mission
sion mission fields.
At the Methodist church Sunday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon Mrs. S. S. Harris talked to
the ladies about the indemnity girls.
Mr. and Mrs. Allison Wartmann
are now comfortably located in their
pretty cottage on University street.
Mrs. Logan entertained the mission
study class Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. J. R. Williams, who has been
quite sick for several weeks, is im improving.
Mrs. Stevens and sister of Sparr
were guests of Mrs. Colbert Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Borland. Mrs.
Partridge, C. W. and B. F. Driver
are in Tampa this week.
Jack Sherouse was a visitor to
Ocala Monday afternoon.
Cut glass, beautiful designs, at The
Murray Corr.pany. . 18-3t.
a i a y s
MADE USELESS BY LATER
Washington, Feb. 18. Comment on
j the British reply to the American pro pro-!
! pro-! (est against British interference with
ueutral shipping was withheld today,
but it is known the strength of the
British position is recognized. It is
i.1- conceded that many contentions
raised by the United States have been
rendered valueless by later events,
such as the German war zone declara declaration
tion declaration and the complete blockade of
German ports by Great Britain.
A W A ITINC- D E VE LOPMENTS
Officials aie preserving strict si silence,
lence, silence, expectantly awaiting the begin beginning
ning beginning of-the'"' German submarine cam-
i paijn around England.
BULGARIAN PORT BLOCKADED
Allies Stop Another Inlet .for .Ger .Germany
many .Germany and "Austria
Berlin, Feb. 18 British and French
j warships are blockading the Bulgar
ian port of Dedeagatch to prevent the
SimpbHation oiioedstuffs destined for
bermany, ana Afctna.
SCOURGE OF THE SEA
Kronprinz Wilhelm Troubles the Al Allied
lied Allied Commerce
Buenos Ayres, Feb, 18. Foui Brit
ish cruisers and a British schooner
nave been sunk bv the German con
verted cruiser Kronnrinz Wlelm.
This report was made by the Grman
steamer Holger, bringing over 300
railors comprising the crews c f .the
Highland Brae, Potaro, Hemisphere
and Semantha and the schooner Wil-
GOT OUT IN
THEIR NIGHT GOWNS
Graysville, Tenn., Feb. 18. The
girls' dormitory of the Southern
Ti aining School burned this morning.
The girls escaped in their night
clothes and though uninjured suffered
from exposure. The loss will reach
ALBANIANS DRIVEN OUT
Saloniki, Greece, Feb. 18. The Al Albanian
banian Albanian raiders into Serbia have been
defeated and thrown back across the
frontier; Serbia has decided to follow
them and occupy several Albanian
towns to secure her frontier against
NOTICE TO MUSICIANS
Those who live in or near Ocala
and who play stringed, brass or reed
instruments for mutual benefit please
to mail card with your name and ad address
dress address and instrument you play to Box
3G, Ocala, Fla. 5-12t
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If:! mil IS
Buy direct from the men who make
the fashion; the clothes; the cloth,
and save the middle man's profit
We confine our efforts to making
1 Four years ago today the Ocala i
I National Bank began its existence in j
a little room in the northwest corner;
of the Ocala House block- It had a 1
good list of depositors and a big bud-
get of deposits, but it didn't look very ;
imposing from the outside.
Today it has its own handsome j
building, the list has lengthened and j
the budget has bulged.
By way of a birthday present, the j
treasury department sent the bank an j
armful of handsome new bills. They
are in $5, $10 and $20 notes, bear the
legible signatures of President Ed Edwards
wards Edwards and Cashier Stokes, look
mighty good and are worth their face
value anywhere in the United States
WILLISTON CITIZENS WILL
HAVE A WARM WELCOME
For AH who Attend the Dedication of
their New High School
Williston, Feb. 18, 1915.
Editor Star: The citizens of our fair
city are anticipating a glorious event
Friday, Feb. 26th, the occasion being
the dedication of our new $15,000
We have perfected arrangements
for a big barbecue, races of all
kinds, an automobile parade headed
by a brass band and every other con con-trivable
trivable con-trivable means of entertainment to
make the day a gala one in every re respect.
spect. respect. Prof. Murphree, Prof, Saxon, Col.
R. W. Davis, Gov. Trammell, Supt.
Sheats and many -other prominent
speakers will be with us and we an anticipate
ticipate anticipate an intellectual feast as well
as the assured physical one.
It would indeed be a great pleasure
to have many Ocalans with us on this
day and if they can come we will
make their visit an especially enjoya enjoyable
ble enjoyable one.
This movement is for the benefit of
our school in particular and all the
schools of the county in general. The
public spirited citizenship of .Williston
have subscribed $500 to this worthy
cause and its success is assured.
Hoping to see you in our city Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Feb. J2&tht we have the-honor-to
be, The Publicity Committee.
BRITISH RELEASED THE
: Copenhagen, Feb. 18. The Scandi Scandinavian
navian Scandinavian liner Oscar II., recently held
at Kirkwall, has been released and is
expected to reach ; Christiansand to tonight.
night. tonight. MADE THE TRIP
Liverpool, Feb. 18. The White Star
liner Adriatic arrived from New York
CLOSED AN EVENTFUL CAREER
A. D. Oliver, King of Climax Assas Assassinated
sinated Assassinated Leesburg, Ga., Feb. 17. Three
shots fired by unknown persons, killed
A. D. Oliver, known as the King of
Climax, a man famous for his finan financial
cial financial schemes throughout the South,
in front of his bank here last night
about 8.30 o'clock.
GERMANY HAS LOST
A GOOD GUNNER
Edinbough, Feb. 18. Captain Erd Erd-man,
man, Erd-man, commander of the German cruis cruiser
er cruiser Bluecher, who was captured when
his vessel sank in the North Sea bat battle
tle battle of January 25, died here today of
pneumonia.' Captain Erdman was one
of the greatest gunnery authorities in
the German navy.
NEW SPRING SEED
Our new seeds for spring planting
or both field and garden, are now in.
We can furnish them in any quantity
on short notice.
13-tf Bitting & Mathews,
410 N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.
these swell $15 Suits and Overcoats. We make them better, use better
inspect our line and use your good judgement.
: r Dun
REGARDED AS LIKELY TO FAIL
AND PRESIDENT WILL LAY
BLAME ON REPUBLICANS
Washington, Feb. 18. Administra Administration
tion Administration leaders in the Senate today are
making a final effort to break the
deadlock over the ship purchase bill
before giving up the fight and passing
to the appropriation bills. With the
republican filibuster as strong as
when it was started a month ago, the
outlook for the bill is gloomy. .It is
reported that the president is now
making no effort to prevent the bill
being side-tracked and is willing to
place the blame on the republicans
for failure to pass'the bill.
ANNOUNCED BY THE ALLT2S.
BRITAIN AWAITS THE FHtST
Paris, Feb. 18.-The allies scored
several successes along the battle
front today, the most important be being
ing being in the Argonnes and along the
Meuse river, advancing four hundred
BRITAIN AWAITS FIRST BLOW
London, Feb. 18. England is "sit "sitting
ting "sitting tight," awaiting the first blow
from German submarines. Channel
steamer traffic is being maintained.
VEGETABLE AND FLOWER SEED
EOR FREE blSTRIJiUTION.
The Star has a thousand packages
of garden seed and several hundred
packages of flower seeds, supplied by
the department of agriculture at
Washington which wevwill be pleased
io giver to anyone who rwill call'for
them or! mail same to: any address irt
the state. i
These .vegetable and flower seeds
are supplied us through Congressman
Claude L'Engle, of Jacksonville, to
whom the government has sent a very
large quantity for. free- distribution.
Mr. L'Engle, though confined to his
bed at his home in Ortega, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, wrote the Star that he would
supply us with the seed and that we
could mail them under his government
frank if we would agree to pass them
out. Call or write the Star if you
MADE ANOTHER ATTACK
London, Feb. 18 Forty French and
British aeroplanes and seaplanes yes yesterday
terday yesterday attacked the "'German positions
at Ostend, Middelkerke, Gistelles and
Zebrugge, in Belgium, with good re results.
sults. results. Eombs were r- dropped on gun
positions, trawlers and barges and an
SOME FINE BEEF CATTLE
Mr S. C. Mayo of Reddick, Was in
town today and said he. had practical practically
ly practically sold out the large supply of Rocky
Ford cantaloupe seed that he saved
from his Colorado farm last fall.
Mr. Mayo said he had sixty head of
fine beef cattle about ready for mar market.
ket. market. The cattle were first allowed to
run on the velvet bean field, and now
are being fed cotton seed hulls and
bran. The steers will weigh better
than 600 pounds each and are in fine
condition. Florida has a great deal
of good beef cattle for sale this winter.
SUITS Made to Measure
Just ten years ago today Mr. Mar-;
cus Frank, the present proprietor of ;
Frank's, and Mr. T. H. Harris started
the business that today occupies a!
position among the leading enterprises l
of the city, naming it The Variety
Store. Mr. Harris has since retired
from the business.
With considerable advance adver advertising
tising advertising and a whole lot of personal
boosting the first day's busines's
reached $85. From that day right
along through the years to the pres present
ent present date the busines has been a con constant
stant constant upgrade.
From a "variety store" it has evolv evolved
ed evolved into a department store of consid considerable
erable considerable size, and nearly all of the
goods sold there at its beginning have
been eliminated in the present scheme.
Today there are separate departments
for dry goods, ladies ready made
goods and men's furnishings. The
latter department has only within the
past few months been dignified by an
entirely separate room from the
others, and tho business for
months has been "off," this line has
accounted for itself in good shape at
the close of each day's sales.
The gradual rise of Mr. Frank
from a small merchant to one of the
leaders in his line has been watched
with much interest and pleasure by
his friends, many of whom are today
congratulating him upon the success
he has achiever.
No small part of the success of
Frank's is due to the constant and
persistent use of printer's ink, he be being
ing being possibly the largest consumer of
that commodity in the city. He has
tested the merits of advcrtising.-His
success stands as a testimonial to
what can be accomplished with a
small amount of capital, a lot of vim
and push, and honesty in his dealings,
assisted by that ever available busi business
ness business stimulator printer's ink prop properly
erly properly applied.
BANKS WILL OBSERVE
Monday, February 22nd, 1915, be being
ing being a legal holiday in the state of
Florida (Washington's birthday), the
banks of this city will be closed for
business on that day.
The Ocala National Bank.
The Commercial Bank.
Munroe & Chambliss Nat. Bank.
IMPORTANT CASE IN COURT
-iArr. ejeetmentr case is being heard
today by Judge' ; Ws S.: Bullock, in
which. the Citizens Life Insurance Co.
is complainant, and Ale and C. C.
Lamb are defendants.
The suit is brought to recover pos-1
session of certain lands which former formerly
ly formerly belonged to the Anthony Farms
Co. near Anthony in this country. The
complainant company claims that the
defendants are occupying its lands
without proper authority.
Messrs. Anderson & Anderson are
attorneys for the insurance company,
while the Messrs. Lamb are being rep represented
resented represented by Attorneys R. A. Burford
and R. B. Bullock.
The forenoon was devoted to secur securing
ing securing a jury for the trial of the case.
The panel when finally secured was
composed of S. S. Knight, J. R. Wh.'te,
A. G. Gates, D. J. Carroll, E. W. Kray Kray-bill
bill Kray-bill and B. A. Weathers. The trial is
in progress at present and will likely
last until tomorrow.
Several other cases of like nature
have also been instigated and will
probably be taken up as soon as the
present one is disposed of.
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meal3 a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Adv.
Cut glass for all purposes at The
Murray Company. 18-3t
All varieties of seed corn; also mil
let and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf
I?FDT Pl YUG LTClS f
materials, give better style and fit, than cloths you pay $25 and $30 for in
We won't urge you to buy. We are always at your service.
AT BAY AGAINST FIERCE GEi
CHECKING DRIVE HI POLAND ID 1111 GillOO 10 THE
Petrograd, Feb. 18. At bay in po positions
sitions positions in northern Poland on the
right bank of the Vistula, the Rus Russians
sians Russians are withstanding the terrific at-
i tacks of the Germans advancing from
Thorn and Soldau. The German
drive is being checked on the Plock
front where the baftle is raging with
Further Russian successes are re reported
ported reported in the Carpathians, including
the capture of 1400 prisoners and the
complete annihilation of a German
battalian at Lubnesx, in the St. Denne
Impetuous German attacks in the
Wyskow district have been repulsed.
FOR THEIR COUNTRY TO
INTO THE FIGHT
Rome, Feb. 18. Ten thousand Ital Italian
ian Italian troops are today guarding the em embassies
bassies embassies and government buildings,
during a huge demonstration to force
Italy to join in the war. Great crowds
of people are surging through the
IS HOLDING A MEETING
The entire executive force of the
Florida Marketing Bureau is to hold
a meeting at the Board of Trade room
this afternoon, to talk over the affairs
of the bureau. Different members
from other parts of the state will be
Mrs. Jennie Simmons Ericson, who
was operated on at the hospital, re returned
turned returned to her homeat Kendrick yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Mr. George Cauthen left Tuesday
for his home at Oxford.
BIG OFFICE SAFE CHEAP
A large office safe, double cut and
inside doors, Mosler make, stands
over five feet high, 32 inches deep and
36 inches wide. Will sell for $50
cash. Less than the freight and dray dray-age
age dray-age from factory. Apply at Star of office.
fice. office. 2-18-tf
DEMONSTRATION AND LECTURE
Tickets are now on sale for Miss
Barrow's demonstration and lecture
on Saturday, Feb. 20th, at the Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Club. The demonstration will
begin at 9:30 in the morning and the
lecture will be given at the regular
club meeting, which begins at three
o'clock in the afternoon. The lecture
will be free to all club members.
Miss Barrow's is secretary of the
National Association of Home Eco Economics,
nomics, Economics, and teacher of cookery at Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia University and Chatauqua, N.
Y., and is an authority on the sub subject.
ject. subject. The tickets are fifty cents and ad admit
mit admit one to both the demonstration and
the lecture. Tickets may be had at
The Murray Co., or from any one of
the following members of the com committee:
mittee: committee: Mrs. Joe. W. Davis, Mrs. J.
W. Kea, Mrs. R. L. Lang, Mrs. E. G.
Rivers, Mrs. M. E. Kramer, Mrs. J. H.
Spencer, and Mrs. W. T. Gary, chair chairman.
man. chairman. 12-tf
You" will never f uTly appreciate a
gin fiz till you have tried one of those
at Johnny's Place. 22-tf
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GOBBLED A SLICE FOR ITALY,
NOW CHEWS A BITE FOR
London, Feb. 18. Turkey, has apol apologized
ogized apologized to Greece for the arrest of the
Greek naval attache in .Constantino .Constantinople.
ple. .Constantinople. Danger of war has been remov removed
ed removed for the present.
Indicates that the Famous Ccrsican
Wasn't So Immense
Paris, Feb. 18. The belt worn by
Napoleon at the battle of Waterloo,
which shows his girth then was forty forty-one
one forty-one and one-half inches, has been pre presented
sented presented to the National Military. Mu Museum
seum Museum by Madame Poilpot, wid v of
the military painter.
Orange Lake, Feb. 17. The pleas pleasant
ant pleasant rain we had here Monday niht
and Tuesday was Trery beneficial, .as
things were getting .ry.
Some lettuce is being shipped from
here. Mr. Waits is taking the lead,
having shipped 190 crates one day and
has quite a good deal more & bout
Mrs. Waits made a visit to her sis sister
ter sister at Hawthorne last Sunday who
has been quite ill for some time.
Miss Nellie Crowse, who is the
guest of Mrs. Waits, just returned a
few days ago from a visit to Mrs. L.
Montgomery of Micanopy.
Miss Salome Bookman, the sweet
and attractive young lady who has
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Burry for the past two months, has
returned to her home in Columbia, S.
C, much to the regret of many
friends she made while here.
Mrs. Crowse and two ch'arming
daughters, Misses Nellie and Adrien.
from Meridian, Miss., are quests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Waits for the win winter.
ter. winter. Washington's birthday will be cele celebrated
brated celebrated here by having the annual
boat races, which will start from
Hickson's Landing about 1:39 p. m.
All are invited to attend. All who
wish to have a picnic dinner may
bring their baskets. We Jiope that the
day will be fine and the races good.
Mcintosh, Feb. 17. Things are
booming for the boat races. The only
thing that is needed is a fair day, with
a gentle breeze, which would make
In spite of the bad weather the
hunters are making good use of the
last few days of the hunting season,
with gcod results.
Stock is moving from here now.
Two carloads of cattle and hogs were
loaded on Wednesday by Mr. S. II.
Gaitskill and Mr. II. D. Wood. The
hogs averaged 200 pounds each, while
the cattle were in fine shape. The
two carloads brought nearly ?2IC0.
Some money when everyone has the
As for vegetables, we have just a
few; shipped a carload of cabbage ihe
Dast week, with a fair scrinkling of
lettuce each day, something like 2Z0
crates Monday. ;
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Fhcr.o 434. tf
lilli ni till
We sell from our mills direct to
you. Classiest Styles, Nobbiest
Fabrics and Shades. Guarantee
a fit at a price you can always
Come to car store.
OCALA EVSNlifG STAB THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1015
ALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
PUTTING A SPRING TO GOOD USE
The section around Ocala abounds
in pretty little springs from which
flow clear, pure water. Right here in
Ocala are a number of such springs.
tT?rTtrPTORS ucaia are a numoer 01 jsucn springs,
BITTCNGER & CARROLL, PKOf several of which are being used. Near
Tncrnm1. Business Manager it
JX, Carroll, General Manager
Entered at Oct.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Fla., ptoffice as second class matter.
PHOIila ox .j
One year, in advance. .
Elx months, in advance.
Tare tmontns, In adranoe
On month ia advance.
One year- in aavautc.
Six months, In advance
Three months, In advance
One month, In advance
WILLING TO ACCEPT
a man for coming to Florida," says
the Lakeland Telegram. "And yet
they do it, we believe, in all the states,
probably on the ground that the citi-
.frihutes DV nis laoor arm ins
...M'f. idea in declaring a sea
war zone around the British isies w g the support of the common
. irrVi 4n a statement i . entitle t.
made by Rear Admiral Behncke of
the marine department ana
ted to Lieutenant Commander Walter
Grhardt, naval attache of the Am American
erican American embassy..-
Admiral Behncke said that Ger Germany
many Germany was prepared to suggest to the
United States a free and saie mewi mewi-k!
k! mewi-k! of passage for American ships
bound either through the channel or
rt Pnfrliah norts namely, that sev
eral American warships should wait
in some port on the southwest coast
of Ireland and when communicated
with by wireless by an American
merchantman one should proceed to
-iv, in prmitv is entitled to
Wcattti auu ... i
more privileges and immunities than
the transient, who contributes nttie
or nothing.". If the game preserves
were maintained at public expenses
and eame wardens and all expenses
of taking care of the game were met
by taxation, then the citizen should
have hunting rights at a nominal
cost but if the game protection sys system
tem system is maintained by receipts obtain-
, m l fh nst. of licenses ao
ea irom -"---- , ddentally, an analysis of
snouia ue iva ixani
licenses should be annual or seasonal.
What other states do is no safe rule
to follow blindly.-Times-Union.
the city, especially on the south, are
many springs, every hammock having
one or more of them. On the Camp-
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teu larm, soum 01 xown a miie ana
half, where Mr. Folks has his
Campbell Farm Dairy, is one sof the
springs, about half way between the
farm residence and the S. A. L. track,
and a hundred yards or so from the
hard road. The spring has a round
concrete curbing built around it,
about six feet in diameter and seven
or eight feet deep. This curbing ex extends
tends extends three or four feet above the
ground, which at this place is rather
steep or sloping and the water in
consequence stands quite a distance
above the earth's surface. A drain
hole was provided near the top on the
lower side, so that the overflow could
run out. Mr. Folks, who conducts his
dairy on the place and believes that
clear, wholesome water is necessary
for his cows, has placed a long pipe
connecting with the spillway of the
spring, which carries the water to
the pasture nearby, and empties into
two huge troughs, where water is al
ways supplied to the cows in great
abundance, clear and sparkling. The
school, $227.19; Martel Lumber Co.. for
lumber for Sulphur Springs school.
S15.35; for lumber lor ueuowsuip,
$174.13; H. & W. B. Drew Co., for reci recitation,
tation, recitation, seata for Fellowship. 1J;0.3'
same for desks for Paisley srohool, f
An- carrvo fnr risks for Shtloh school
! S8.'25; Western Union Telegraph Co.. for
i service, 12.12; Mclver & iiacay, i
! valley tin for Blaze Pond school. ?2-2.
! Ocala Banner for minutes, $2.50; J.
tw, -i,.. fn.-r on r i-n c- Homeland SCtiOOl,
A. I J 4. 1 .r-t 4-
IU COllSlUCr lllclt. I Packer, for fencing
M a r i on County offers &l!rS&
lands as good as the best
These lands can be
bought for less than is
being paid for poorer
we nave to offer you
lands that are ready for
the plough, for 1 e ss
than you would have to
pay Jor poorer lands
iouare invitea to in
We will be pleased to
show you what we have
LOUIS R. CHAZAL
& SONS CO.
P. O. Box 475
an A pnnvnv the
thirr:r Trtion of GREAT MINDS RUN
.t v:.u r.anv- following the IN SIMILAR tHA.N fcL.
T?rifft?n. has declar-
exampi A na of,r iavs the
cd to be dangerous. i ine eswwucu v...-
-Of course" said the admiral, flattering unction to its soul that the
.... 4 V Vi k fill AS nfl Ufa f.rtTnlia rribbed an idea of its own,
-snips unaer couwy, w9 v. T,
. enhWt tnUn olflhnrated on it. It refers to the
tntmflTinn!i I irw. aio v
just as it runs from the spring. In-
made by a local chemist for Mr.
Folks, showed it to be absolutely free
from impurities. Live stock in Flor
ida, in many instances, is given little
or no attention as far as the supply
of drinking water is concerned, and
much of it is lucky if it can obtain
access to a stagnant pond.
. t. v.. u- tw which they Germans planting vegetables in the
belong is bound upon its honor, as it waste places. The Star is wrong. The
were, to see that they do not carry Metropolis got Tr ,rr u
.ontraband of war. story in the New York World and
troughs are running over most of the board make some provision for the
time, and this keeps the water iresn, observation of an educational day at
the fair next fall. Action was post postponed
poned postponed until next meeting. She dis discussed
cussed discussed the work of the canning clubs.
Mr. J. J. Guthery. one of the trus
tees of the Kendrick school, discussed
the school with the board.
It was agreed to borrow $3000 for
thirty days from the Ocala National
Bank to meet the amount due on the
The trustees of the Sparr school
conferred with the board in regard to
extending the term one month. It was
agreed to extend the term if the mon money
ey money could be borrowed on a district
Mr. S. J. McCully, farm demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration aGrent. discussed with the board
the progress of the corn club work and
AGAIN TIED UP
Administration democrats yester yesterday
day yesterday received another setback in their
fight for the ship bill when they sud
denly learned that the bill as it pass-1 requested an appropriation from the
.A v,o Wmice will nnt command the I board to nay the expenses of the boj
American warships have distinc- hasn't seen anomment m supp0rt of Senators Kenyon,. Norris mak f t, Kighere for the pres.
tive masts and either by night or aay at any time. An "7 and LaFollette, progressive repuon- at the University of Florida,
they and vessels convoyed wouia Dei have to steal iaeas w y.
r,rxaA Vitr norm an submarines. I Jacksonville Metropolis.
. a m 1 . a nli m nrTon
ThU in a safe method to lonow ior The atar nas oiven wmi.uiuw.wu
i 1 A. 1 4Va
cans, on wnom tney counieu, iiwt u
support of any of the seven demo democratic
cratic democratic insurgents.
The plan to move to concur with I
the House amendments was wrecked
to be held in thek early part of next
year. The board agreed to. pay on
the scholarship not to exceed $25.
It was agreed, upon consulting a
mechanic, to Day Mr. J. L. B. Hud-
gens $15 for the work done on the
A,ava Wns which desire to enter the Metropolis on its originality and
WiAn fit the seas proclaimed enterprise and would indeed be flat-
dangerous by Germany, and differs tered to believe it had furnisnea nai discovery that the leaders Fellowship school house.
only from the rule adopted by lireat excellent newspaper wiui an iuc.
Britain with reference to American Star's mistake is owing to the fact
ships passing through the channel, in that on Feb. 3its editor wrote the f ol-
that American ships instead of be- lowing paragraph:
mmmi1mI ty nter a British p6rt, "In Germany, as soon as spring
111 LI LiUAAl u wa Vw w
taie a British pilot' and be searched opens, ,,J Sme fooY-
by oncers of a British warship, would mak. vegetabie. jn a few weeks,
be permitted to pass unmolested to the comitry will be one vast garden
their destination without being sun- The people win aimosT, nve un in
jected to search, the imperial Ger
man government being willing, ox bread to the soldiers at the to end with the European war
innrui fn accent the implied word oflfrnnf. Germanv has a population! Affor- n series of motions to send
honor of the United states that the two-thirds the size of that of the the bm tQ a conference, motions to
uniiea otus, r .A U.Hp. Anneals and other maneuvers
cent as mucn iana as lc i,h i -rr ...
TPYfts. In our country, if we feel a in which the seven democratic msur-
thel little pinch, we set up a yell for Con- cents voted has been put into a par-
ships carry no contraband of war.
v. trNfAc AH. The chairman and secretary were
coma now iuusicj 7, v V j n a:
. , n 1 f foTvirf autnonzea 10 reaeem an ouismuumg
ministration leaders made no attempt warrants and issue special in into
to into conceal their embarrassment and terest bearing coupon warrants for
planned to send the bill to conference same and to request holders of such
with the hope of putting on some warrants to send them in for the ex ex-.
. ex-. ... mi 1 chancre.
amendments tnat win commanu mC rpnopt of the architect.
support necessary to its passage. Mr. Geo. MacKay, and the super super-The
The super-The bolting democrats were said to visor of construction, Mr. J. H. Eames,
be favorable to an amendment to and the inspection of bungs by the
make the enterprise a temporary one, . fljrreed to acceDt the Ocala
Primary building, the Worth ucaia
building, and the new building at
Howard Academy. The chairman and
secretary were authorized to make
settlement for same in accordance
with the contracts.
The chairman and secretary were
also authorized to re-arrange the in
surance on the school buildings of the
in fh Fatherland.
magazine devoted to pleading the gress to help us-which it docjnj do. position where it can be
- lit Americans naa nau. me scu-uc- , 1 suiautc siivv --ifo
.t... r.flanw 11 auc"1-0"0 1 n j afl;n Aniv nn n motion fori 1 i j 1:1.: j j
cause, in una cuuuv?, i I fulness of the Germans, tne nation cancu up county maKing sucn auumuns aim uc
anA Austria severely criticises the wnuld never know what hard times
American people for their immorality was." .
in selling arm, and ammunition to And in the Metropohs just a week
-ti:.. .a ;t. to know what later appeared the following:
.11 . j I "Here is another lesson we can learn
will be the use of our gun and Pow- war German people
der lactones aiwr we war 13 nlant in everv available place vege-
ductions as were proper from the
general policy now in force. They
were authorized to adjust the insur
The situation put the administra
tlOn leaders into a quai.ua!, vUr, r, ta nw Orala hnildinp-s as
the whole situation aimosi as mueu- seem to the best advantage.
nite as before. Mrs. D. M. Roberts, matron of the
dormitory, reported on the condition
- 1 piaiifc in every uvauauic lic v i i j .
In view of .the fact that the Krupp ables that will sustain life for those BQARD qf PUBLIC INSTRUCTION an. PT)r0p:ce industrial instructor
works at Jiissen nave soia guns wiwuu ic i "vmc 1 ?'
vi v- not!n, f the earth, the summer and fall, so that all the meats
UOU M.W V 7
, r sn warra.nts. S5.Z31 X.
i tr. . V ,1 ".I 1 -?r Trrlna PratP
Ullio, 1 or insurtu;c,
& Basket Co.. ior eaier, tsu,
pipe for Irivlne school, 58.10; E. b..
Converse, for lumber ior sneives ir
North Ocala school. .u; same ior iuui iuui-ber
ber iuui-ber for -drip board for Ocala prmrnry
schooU S 20; C. E. Fogelstrom. for re repairing
pairing repairing Montagrue bell. $.o; Ocala Rat Rational
ional Rational Bank for interest on loan J.
Bd wards. 4 3.75; JVlanon Jiarawaxe w.,
for pahiting material for Eureka school
$24.46; Mclver & MacKay. for heater for
Romeo $5; same lor turpentine for 'dor 'dormitory.
mitory. 'dormitory. 1-20; same for pipe and elbow
for Martel school., $1.20; same or
"blackboard for county use, $3.25; b. a.
1 Ry.. for freight on desks for Faisley
school. $1.22; J. W. Caldune for p ipe
for Patts Island school. $2.0a; Clarion
Hardware Co., for lock and oolt for
Fellowship, $.70; Ocala Telephone Co..
for service. $1.14; Collier Broa.. for
wrapping and shipping blackboard to
Oak Hill school. $.fif; L. H. Langworthy
for material ano. wor ai ui iwim,
$5 86; J. Lfc B. Huagens. ior wr. y"" y""-on
on y""-on desks and blackboard at Fellow Fellowship.
ship. Fellowship. $15; J. IL Eames. for service as
superintendent of construction Ocala
.hwiiQ 14Q- .me for sundry expen-
as $1.76: D. B. iMatJhews for painting
f,irfloH whKvol house $9: blizaoem
Tmo fnr nffi help. $10.50; iirs.
' r-i,- MnAwiiMil. for -salary as dem-
.-totr- 17 Hfl- trs. R. Lk Goodbred,
i -on loan. $35: reports for
teaching were presented and accounts
' .-,1,, q rrvoun t intr to $5958.50.
The following accounts were "'V1
paid out of district funds: on Ocala.
-t t & Co.. for widow shades
v- rimrv er-hool. $46.80: Marion
Hardware Co., foar dusting brush for
primary ecfhool. $.50: H. B -Masters
Co for cravons for Howard Academy,
tt'in- nfri Avfr. for assesor'a com
mission. $171.25; Mclver & MacKay. for
faatenlnfra fnr .window ShadeS. .tVl OT1
.fTTitv.h. E IL Miller, for teaching.
$15; Alfred Ayer, for commission, $9.04:
on Belleview, Aiirea Ayer, iw
cfTi tasi- run Fantville. B. A. Ham
rrmms fvr eachinET. $10: Alfred Ayer,
n-mmtiwt. $1.21: on Dunnellon
TTiitJ-vit Xr stran?c for oil and gold
dust, $1: G. W. Neville, ior januors
iarv J17 50: same for putting in
oiiocs tiH T-vn in baseiment of new
w.,itvicr 5- w "T Edwards, for oil
cloth. $1.50; The Dunnellon Supply Co.,
for incidentals for domestic science uc uc-noHmftnt
noHmftnt uc-noHmftnt 5 1m io. -Alfred Aver, for com-
mUQinn JS.nfi 98: on Pine Lvel. Alfred
Aver, for commission, $5.61; H. B. 'Mas 'Masters
ters 'Masters Co., for crayons. $1: on Mayville
Mfrwi a vpr frvr commLssion $1.40: on
i vT-ciai rvra Murray, for teaching
$20; Addle B. ward, tor leacnm. o.
Alfred Ayer, for commission $8.68: on
Citra H. A. Thalimer, for teaching
$25; Ocala National Bank, for inter interest
est interest on "county warrant No. bl756. $20 $20-Alfred
Alfred $20-Alfred Ayer. for commission. $18. ii
W. J. Crosby, for repairs and inciden incidentals.
tals. incidentals. $1.98; same for sills, supplies
and freight on pump and engine, $6. 5;
E. L. Wartmann, for labor and Inci Inci-Aonii
Aonii Inci-Aonii m nmrmn and lot. $3.80: or
u-riner Farm E. r. Cahoon. for woo.d $2:
Alfred Ayer, for commission, $3.76: on
Buck Pond Alfred Ayer. for commis commis-cirtTi
cirtTi commis-cirtTi 5.7ft! on Soarr Grace Browning
for teaching. $iu; same ior leacnms
$10: Alfred Ayer, for commission.
$4.72: J. E. Thomas, for incidental?
fnr Krkarr and Hopewell schools $6.70:
A. J. Stephens, for steps for Hope
well and wood for Sparr scnoois. z:
on Candler Alfred Ayer, ior commis
sion, $4.94: on Fellowship tieien j.
Thornton, for teaching $25; H. B. Mas Masters
ters Masters Co., for Incidentals. $10.05; Alferd
Ayer, for commission, $6.12: on Elec Elec-tra
tra Elec-tra Mary McKlm, for teaching, $5; A.
N. Nystrom & Co., for amount due on
mats and globe. $12.72; 'Alfred Ayer.
for commission; $1.20: on Bltlchton Em Emma
ma Emma Ekloff. for teaching. $15; Alferd
Ayer, for commission $3,50: on Martel
Alfred Ayer. "for commission, $4.36: on
Fort King Janle Mae Perry, for teach
ing, $15; Murray Co.. ior dooks ana
(incidentals, $4.70; v. J. xouivg. ior
wood. $6; Alfred Ayer. ior commission.
$4.42; Joel Terrell, for crayons and
erasers, for Silver Springs school, $2.45:
on Capulet J. I Jones, for teaching
$15: Alfred Aver, for commission, $z.7i:
on Ldnadale Grace Simpson, for teach
ing. $5; Alfred Ayer. for commission,
$2.73: on Cotton Plant O. Fred Turner,
for teaching. $15; Murray Co.. for
books and Incidentals. $4.47; C. R. Veal,
for pipe, wood, crayons and books,
$3.15; 'Alfred Ayer, for commission.
$1.21: on Orange Lake Mellie E. Tom Tom-beirlln
beirlln Tom-beirlln for teaching $10; Alfred Ayer.
far commission. $1.28: on Moss Blunr.
Alferd Ayer, for commission, $.90: on
Fairfield W. I CarteT, for teaching,
$15; John "W. Smoak for, chalk and
pipe. $2.05; Alfred Ayer, for commis
sion, $3.77: 'on uotcage mu, Aiirea
Ayer, for commission, $1.07; A. S.
Pickett, for transporting children to
FftTlows-hin. $20: on Charter Oak Ger
trude Snow, for .teaching, $10; Alfred
'Ayer, for commission, $2.75: on Pedro
H. B. MAstens Co., for Incidentals.
$1.10; Alfred Ayer for commission. $2.18;
on KendLrck Mary Hamilton. Tor teach teaching,
ing, teaching, $15; Alfred Ayer, for commission.
$4.18: on Oklawaha Airred Ayer, ior
00 Mouinci Trip
Hall Way to Palallca and Eelorn
Silver Springs Transportation Company
"Day Light Route"
Yacht "Silver Springs" leaving Silver Springs
8 a.m. to meeting point with yacht "City of Ocala,"
Returning on yacht "City of Ocala," arrive Silver
Springs 5 p.m.
$2.00 Round Trip, 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. iL,
Board of Trade Rooms, Phone 381
Saves Time aiM
and that is where your profit is made
on the farm
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.
Marion Hardware Company
Soda Water, Cigars, and Cigarettes
win be sold only for CASH Hereafter
By J. J. GERIG, Proprietor
oTtA Kfnf1stiiflFcs mn v cm tn the SUSte-
immorality part of the German argu- nance cf the men in the field, and their
And as J resources husbanded against a possi-
f or f ac-1 ble time of need. Suppose every iam
.... l XI if. MJ - ...v... I ttIIiIIllS5d'UIl. id.OI VII
The board Of PUDllC instruction mei f TTnwnrj ArnHemv. ronferred with Jnnm. for teaching. $10: C. T. -Strick-
u1ot- epecinn Feb. 2. With G. o. I .l. u i -a v, fnicV.Inn. I larud. for Incidentals. $14.19: Alfred
yd oe os
ment is very inconsistent.
for whaVuse there will be
mnmKor malcincr a auorum. and J. H.
IJlVitlWV J O
ATr. n. A. walker, one 01 me uxnr-
. T7l-iJ n.nA,-,no. in Vio I i 1
writs, were u w """" I Twitches. mit. of the W3V l" .rrY Ii j;Mnntin,i0H nt
I eil tllll WlIAA
1 1 1 T A. J
new DUiiaine. tl was acreea Q tt, ttiv ATo,riiv for toahine-
for the county board to confer with j $15; Alfred Ayer, for commission, $3.38:
the local board in regard to the
furnishing of the same.
the Americans themselves will need
"Bad men generally get theirs'
little patches, and out of
places not now utilized for any pur- expiration of the regular six
pose, all the vegetables needed, and I .Vll0i Same was granted.
the noultry and poultry products I c Ti.vtt made inmiirv in
w .1. -r-il J I UXi. JT.. J- -- .
suppose we try tnis spring m norma reeard to payment for transportation
to raise more m our back yards, va- Gf children to Fellowship school from
observes the Ocala Star. Yep, but cant lots and waste places, and thus pottae hhi funds. It was ordered
the trouble is that they generally get
ours first. Columbia State. t
We can comfort ourselves by the
reflection that they will get more of
theirs in the hereafter, while we will
cut down the cost of livine : It ev
ery Florida family would do this,
Florida would be millions of dollars
richer at the end of 1915."
Only another instance of the age
proven fact that great minds occas-
go on to the New Jerusalem. Ocala ionally irrigate the same channels.
How can your bear to teave your
friends behind, Benjamin? Plant
We have no friend who does not de deserve
serve deserve at least r bungalow in the New I
Jerusalem as much or more than we
Business is always good at Gerig's,
because it is the Rexall store. 18-tf
The loirowtng: bills were audited and
ordered paid from county funds:
Ocala National Bank, for .loan pay
able 30 days. $3000: B. R. Blitcm for ser
vice on baord. $11.20: J. S. Grantham,
for same, $11.80: G. Scott, for same.
$8: J. H. Brinson. for salary for Janu-
aiy, $1"0; J. S. Grantham, for advance
of payment on painting: Eureka school,
S20.44: J. IT. Brinson. for tostafre. ex-
u k naiH for time not already paid press and traveling expenses, $12.16:
he be paid ior time noi Mrg. D. M. Roixerts. for freight and
for to tne extent 01 j.uuu. drayage on furniture at dormitory, $8:
Min11t.es of the meeting ox ie p- jr0. m. Graham, for treasxLrer'a com-
. . r J I r- r. r, y-. w .v.
.,:. hoard held On IttOnuay aim nussion, a.ow, iwaici wiru, iur wuu wuu-ceding
ceding wuu-ceding Doara nem uu j ln pogr for dormitory. $.50: Gor-
Tuesday, Jan. 4-5, were reaa ana ap dtn for insurance on Howard
nroved by W. iJ. varn, piw.euiB Acaflemy. $120; Ocala Star for gTade
iuoion Alcn the minutes 01 tne re- cards. $12.50; ime for advertlsins dor
Uiaum fher husiness as mHory. $5; for minutes $5; Ester A.
organization and other Dusmess as wnums, for traveling expenses. $14.30;
nresented on same uay 1 E ,M Osborne, for insurance on IIo-
ont clinirman. Same were approved. I ward -Academy. $120; Munice Normal
fc)t,wvu ... I T Wnlra rA Amilmt
Mr. JOnn pailiei, &upcvw rmti lAnfl.rtmpnt of Ooala ITIjrh
1 1 r.r,nncO(1 Tnr ine I "
VI'lllllll. LJl WUUOVU
Holland should remember the fate
of the other rabbit that expectorated
in the bull-dog's eye. Columbia State.
Another such a rabbit, and the bull bulldog
dog bulldog would be down and out.
There is more honor in what Am
erica has done to feed the hungry in
Ireland, in Russia, in Italy and in Bel
gium than in all the military glory
that has been manufactured since
Semiramis led her myriads into India.
Harry Thaw's trial on the. charge of
conspiracy has been set for March 12.
How can an insane man be tried for
The proposition of Germany, to al
low all American merchantmen con convoyed
voyed convoyed by American warships to pass
thru the danger zone unmolested, is
a fair one. It will entail. considerable
inconvenience and expense, but it
shows a confidence in the honor of the
United States that no other govern government
ment government has yet expressed.
The Overseas News Agency says
t!i-3 German government will do all
r- Me'to aid the farmers of Bel-
t plant their, epnm
Of unequalled QUALITY,
ouch as erare the re re-aalt
aalt re-aalt of extraordinary care
& watchfulness In the pur purchase
chase purchase of only the Highest
Grade of Raw Materials.
The workmanship also
Is watched as carefully,
and the same unremitting
watchfulness enters Into
the manufacturer of our
Cups. Bars. Drops and
other Counter Goods as in
our BONBONS. COCOA
If you vrant a Nomishlni.
Strengthening Chocolate, with
Heal Food Value, and at the
acme time having a pleasant
taste, try onr PEANUT CHOC CHOCOLATE
OLATE CHOCOLATE or Chocolate Dipped
fMatie in Marion County,
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25c PEH POUND, DELIVERED
board to furnisn mawnaw
patrons would paint the school, which
was agreed to. J
Mr. Leroy Williams, a pavruu
u0ion crhnol. called and made re
quest for pay for carrying children to Ufcrcliant? & HlnfrS TraDS. CO. f
i hnol. The trustees of the district !K8S;.
,-ould not pay him irom aisinct xunu
"Go Blorth by Sea"
j v.-- KnarH HAolined to nay mm.
w t stnrKiana. one ol t"
ftf thft Heidtville school, call
ed and presented insurance policy for
v, v,,;y;n(r hnt as it was covered by
uic uuui"t,i -- .
the general county poucy, pvncjr
was ordered cancelled.
The trustees 01 ucaia aisinct auu
nr. fo(.Tv'nv. architect, called to re-
lJ nn inspection of the build-
nrre IllSt COIUDieieU, UUUCI .
Academy by Levi Alexander. They
arAA that the buildmgs be
accepted. It was aiso recommenucu
that a proportionate portion of the
i-,r f th sunervisor oi conirut-
tion, Mr. Eames, be paid from the
" a Mr. O'Dell for the time
that elapsed between tne corapiewiuu
an Fort ifcCov Airred yyer. ior cam
imlssloin. 13.79: on Summerfleld rsellie
Clyburn, or teaching. 15; Airrei Ay
er. for otwrMrasiSl'on, J6.3Z: on Home Homeland
land Homeland E. J. Eavenport. for teaching, 115:
J. A. Par leer, for work on -pump and
oxgall. $6; J. F. Parker for transporting
children to school, izz.50: Murray uo..
for books, $3.33; Alfred Ayer, for com
mission, $3.89: n -Shiloh Abbie Stokes
for teachinfr, $10: Alfred Ayer, for oom-
The treasurers report was -present
ed and checked over -with the warants
return ed and warrants were cancelled
and the records of them made and the
report was apparently correct. It
snowed for county funds, (balance on
ihand January 1. $58.15. received as fol-
ilows from w. u. Colbert for rejrular
collection fox 1914, $238.10; polls regu
lar. $92.07: extra. $15.84; extra 1913
polls. $32; W. V. Knott-for redemption
ior sept. 1914, I9.S3; J. hL lirinson tor
loan of L. Iludg-ens. $1600: refund of
freight on desks from J. IL Brinson.
$28.99: total $2125.08; disbursements for
srtonth, $1753.25; balance. $371.83.
The folJowmgr district balances were
Ocala. $100.80; Mcintosh, $23.38; Belle-
view. $191.44; Fantville, $20.74; Dun
nellon, $12.90; Reddick. $24.36; Pine
Ievel. $171.61; 'Mayville. $42.55; Welrs-
dale. $608.94; Citra. $8.64; Griner
99; Buck Pond, $121: Sparr,
Candler, $409.10: Fellowship.
$27.38; Electra. $30.79; Blitchton, $90.32;
Martel. $243.40; Fort King. $54.37;
Capulet. $276.16: Lrfnadale, $132.15; Cot
ton Plant, 5262.4 8; Orange Lake.
$191.98; Oak Hill. $13.41: Moss Bluff,
$20.45; Fairfield. $12.02; Cottage Hill.
$27.45; Char-tea- Oak, $324.88; Pedro.
$54.60: Kendrick. $6.47; Oklawaha.
$113.09: Heidtville. $327.82; Pleasant
Hill. $81.42: For.t McCoy. $185.54: An Anthony.
thony. Anthony. $87.68; Summerfield, $23.88;
Homeland. $3.99: Shiloh. $5.17; total
district balances. $4356.21.
No further business appearing- the
board adjourned to meet ln reg-uar ses session
sion session on Tuesday March 2, 1915.
J. H. Brinson. Sec y
Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution ia taken to
j protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re
sult in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ours. Let
j have your custom we deserve it.
CDealla Ice l PacMiM
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on Bis Appearance
i Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
i is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessity is Our Business.
I Ocale Steam LatmclFy
402-404 S. Main Street
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" Oil JO IE LIMIT
Low Fares. Best
telegraph on all
State of Ohio, City, of Toledo,
Lucas County, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
I J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the
steamers. Through fares and tickets city of Toledo, county and state afore-
to all Northern and Western points.
Carv reauested the purchase of two Automobiles carried.
"XI: 2 Ocala Star puts it neatly when ;
u cv-. O-tt ir. akin sr a non-resident
-r norc fcr n. hunting license than:
j -V "Ar.aVn too much'- like fining
desks for teachers of the North Ocala
school, and the desKs were grameu.
Mr. W. V. Henry, contractor of the
rjo HnilHintr. made request for pay
ment of architect's estimate of $3000.
No funds being available, action was
postpone likens of Fellow
ship, requested the payment of $30
fT- wnrlt on the building. The board
decided to consult a mechanic as to
tfco vain a nf the work before settle-
Mr. Terrell, supervisor of the Silver
Springs school, and trustees of Fort
King school, requested the extension
of tVie former school one month from
ort Kine funds. The trustees would
apree to do so the
ad quested that the
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Coml. Agent.
J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street.
CARPENTER AND BLILDER
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, tnis tn day 01 ue ue-cember,
cember, ue-cember, A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. Gleason,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
JACKSONVILLE, CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS
Re-Established January 6, 1913
Northbound DAILY Southbound
9:35 AM Lv Jacksonville Ar 7:30 Til
5:08 PM Ar Macon Lv 11:45 AM
8:03 PM Ar Atlanta .Lv 8:35 AM
12:13 AM Ar Chattanooga Lv 4:37 Al
4:50 AM Ar ..Nashville Lv 12:10 AI!
9:28 AM Ar Evansville.'. Lv 7:20 U
6:35 Pm Ar Chicago ...Lv 11:S0 All
2:59 PM Ar ...St. Louis.
Solid train Compartment Observation
nally and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
" 1 A. AT T 1 AT
oena ior testimonials xree. 1 m n r rv n
F. J. Cheney & Co Toledo. Oh o. - LC h
" all druggists. L' U LsaLUVJ. U
Cars, standard i'uilnsn
and Coaches between Jacksonville and Chicago. Standard Pullman
em Jacksonville to St. Louis.
Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
n rv srs. Tv f
STANDARD It.ILROAI OF THE SOUTH
Pabst's Tilue Ribbon Beer, the
r" Careful Estimates Made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives More and Better
matter, was! Work for the Money than Any Other I standard of the world, at Johnny'
Ccntraetor in the Citv. I Place. 22-tf
Put Your R&
CAN YOU TELL US WHY IT IS
That we have been selling your neighbor groceries for several
years, but have not been able to reach you ? We use no charm to
hold our customers, but it is a noticeable fact that once they give
us a trail they become permanent customers:. Why is this? We
say, QUALITY, FAIR PRICES and HONEST BUSINESS METHODS
We do not claim to carry a "cheap" line of Groceries, but from the
first day of our business career we have .stuck to QUALITY, and at
all times offer to our customers only such goods as we know will give
Look over the following list of SPECIAL VALUES and let us
have your order. Prices are good only for
Friday 19tii, Saturday 20th
and Monday fiie 22nd
WHITE BACON, per pound 13c
LARD COMPOUND, per pound, .10c
IRISH POTATOES, per peck, 24c
C Cakes LENOX SOAP for 23c
EDEN DATES, per package, 08c
Evaporated Apples, per package 09c
lie Tin3 RED COLUMBIA SALMON, per tin, ....10c
2Cc Tins ROYAL COCOA, Vz pound, per tin 1 15c
30c Tin ROYAL COCOA, 14 oz., per tin, 25c
(Your money back if you want it)
30c Bulk ROASTED COFFEE, per pound, . 24c
20c Bulk ROASTED COFFEE, per pound, 15c
GREEN COFFEE, per pound 15c
GREEN COFFEE, 8 pounds for . $1.00
25c Tins LOG CABIN SYRUP, per tin 22c
50c Tins LOG CABIN SYRUP, per tin... ,.. 40c
$1.00 Tins LOG CABIN SYRUP, per tin : 80c
$1.50 Tins LOG CABIN SYKUP, per tin... ....$1.25
35c Jars ROYAL SCARLET PRESERVES, per jar. ........... .28c
25c Jars CURTICE BROS.'S JAMS, per jar. .20c
25c Bottles ROYAL SCARLET SALAD DRESSING, per bottle.. 22c
45c Bottles ROYAL SCARLET SALAU DRESSING, per bottle.. 42c
20c Tin RED LINE ASPARAGUS, (jrrc-n) per tin 15c
No. 2. BALTIMORE TOMATOES, per tin, 08c
No. 2 BALTIMORE TOMATOES, per dozen tins, i)0c
15c Tins RED LINE PEAS, per tin 12c
15c Tins RED LINE LIMA BEANS, per tin .12c
20c BURT OLNEY'S BAKED BEANS, per tin 16c
20c Tins BURT OLNEY'S SPICED PUMPKIN, pcr tin ... 15c
15c Tins VAN CAMP'S PUMPKIN, per tin....... 12c
15c Tins VAN CAMP'S SAUERKRAUT, per tin. 12c
25c Bottles SNIDER'S OYSTER COCKTAIL, per bottle .22c
To all customers purchasing $1 or more during the above named
days, we will sell (one to a customer) a25c BROOM for 18c. If you
want a broom for light sweeping, don't let this chance of getting
one for almost nothing pass. Get your order in early, for we have
only a limited number of the brooms.
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PHONES 16 and 174
fTHE &AKtiFL If THE candlestick
TT Aft ft rift rtKCR
But the Greatest of These is the Butcher
The Baker is O. K. Patronize Him!
The Candle Stick Maker is Obsolete!
. BUT THE BUTCHER
W00 SELLS GOOD MEATS
Is First in the-Affections of a Hungry Public-
W. H. MARSH
Phone 108 Next to 0. K. Grocery
I can furnish a' limited quantity of Extra Select
Tom Watson Seed, taken from melons w eighing
40 to 60 pounds each. These seed have been carefully
selected for a number of years and are guaranteed
pure strain, the best in Georgia. Write me for prices.
H. W. JOHNSON, Albany, Ga.
WINDSOR HOTEL AND PARK
,.',,:,.'! n.-.4 -Z- '? .li&s til-- iy.t M 54."iwtf
nUROPnAN AND AMERICAN PLANS
WILSON, IIGR. T. :i. WILSON, PROP.
! OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
LEXTEN SERVICES FOR 1915
Grace Church, Ocata, Fla., Corner
Broadway and Watula Streets
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
(Rev. J. G. Glass, Rector)
Gasparilla Ball in Tampa
The crowning event of the. Gaspar Gasparilla
illa Gasparilla celebration in Tampa was the
Gasparilla ball danced Tuesday eve evening
ning evening at the Tampa Bay Casino. W.
F. Hamilson, a decorator from New
York, had charge of the decorations
and the ball room presented a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful scene. It was the ninth annual
ball and Mr. Todd Gillett, the young youngest
est youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Gillett,
was elected king and reigning with
him as queen was Miss Daisy Gid Gid-dens,
dens, Gid-dens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. S.
Giddens. The maids were Misses
Doris Knight, Georgia Anderson,
Barbara Parkhill and Grace Freeman
and the royal officers and courtiers
were Messrs. Frank Dickens, Martin
Withers, Pendleton Taliaferro and
"Miss Giddens," says the Tampa
Tribune, "is a beautiful girl and is as
gracious and sweet as she is beauti-
A large attendance of the Eastern
Star sewing circle enjoyed the after
noon Wednesday with Mrs. A. E. Bur- i
After the busy hour with needles,
plans were discussed and committees
formed to serve a banquet next Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday at Yonge's hall when a
Knights Templar lodge will be organ organized.
ized. organized. During the afternoon Mrs. Burnett,
assisted by Miss Julia Webb and Mrs.
L. E. Yonce, served several kinds of
cake and coffee.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
MR. GERIG OPERATED UPON
A telegram has been received from
Mr. J. J. Gerig in Baltimore, stating
that his brother, Mr. Albert Gerig was
operated on yesterday afternoon at
fill, having all the qualities that make j0hns Hopkins hospital and stood the
lovelier than at her coronation, her
MRS. MARTHA HALL.
Mia, iuai iva nail u i tpiuig,-
exquisite gown of pale blue velvet
setting off to advantage her perfect
blond beauty. The dress was made in
the new short-waisted effect, the tinyjfieM Mass.fast Thursday and was
bodice being of silver lace. The train j burie(j Sun(fey. Mrs. Hall resided at
fell from a big bow of velvet at theSn p A number of vcaps
ti ; F
li? then moved to Ocala where she resid resid-rr
rr resid-rr I ed for some time before returnine
flowers were an armful of sorgeotis north rTrsaid that-Mrsr Hair and
shoulders, and fluffy bows of
meline formed the only sleeves.
American beauties, and these added to i
Mr. Butters, who died here yesterday,
1 1 i i ii ir i l
u nuuquet rum vnc xvrCwC, .-i h&ye married in the faU
ed her with flowers." !., ... aU ju
aim Liiitb liic ncwa ui iici ucaui
brought on a spell with his heart,
which he was subject to, and hasten hastened
ed hastened his end."
Japanese Tea Room and Woman's Ex Exchange
change Exchange to Open Tomorrow
Ocala's newest asset, a Japanese tea
room and woman's exchange, will be
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 i
7:30 a. m. Holy communion, except
first Sunday. i
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. i
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser-'
mon, except on first Sunday, wThen
there will be Litany and holy com communion,
munion, communion, j
7:30 p. m. Evening prayer, follow-j
ed by conference on "Use and Con
tents of the Book of Common Prayer.'
ROOM AND I1ATH tXR A DQIAAK AND A HALT
Restaurant with Moderate prices :
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICK PHOXES IN ALL ROOMS
LdDUIS Mo LOMC&j
The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AXI) BATH FOR A 1K)LLAH AND A HALF
News received from Mr. Percy Per-
formally opened tomorrow by Mrs. L. jng announces that he is rapidly re re-A.
A. re-A. Gable and Mrs. J. C. Smith, own-; covering from a surgical operation
ers. It is located at the corner of : performed several days ago in Atlan-Sanchez-and
S. Sixth streets, a cozy, 'ta
five-room cottage having been leased
The owners have transformed the
interior into an inviting Japanese ren-!
dezvous and the house is so arranged j WANTED,
LOST, FOUND, FOR
that hostesses can with all privacy
entertain with no trouble whatever
and at a very reasonable price. In
addition to the tea, card rooms, etc.,
there is a specious veranda edged with
flower boxes, which as the season ad advances
vances advances will be converted into an out outdoor
door outdoor living room.
The fancy work department will, no
doubt, open an outlet for many of
Ocala's best embroidery and lace mak makers
ers makers and already a number of member
ship cards have been sold to it and
to the cooking department. Flowers
and a good line of Japanese novelties
will be kept also for sale. Tea, coffee,
hot chocolate, sandwiches, cakes and
cream will be served at all hours, and
on short notice more elaborate re refreshments.
freshments. refreshments. J Mrs. Gable and Mrs. Smith solicit
the patronage of the city and vicinity
and for the pleasure of their callers,
who have no fixed purpose, papers,
magazines and other reading matter
have been provided and furthering
their motive to make it an assembling
place, especially for tourists, the pro proprietors
prietors proprietors are arranging for outdoor
games, croquet and such like.
The exchange will be open from 7
a. m. to 7:30 p. m. and will be in
charge of Miss Mary Sanders. The
opening will continue through Satur
day and with each purchase made dur during
ing during the two days little Japanese fans
will be given as souvenirs. A cordial
invitation to the general 'public is extended.
Mrs. William Hocker of Ocala and!
Mrs. E. H. Mote of Leesburg will
come down Sunday to spend a week
as the guests of Sirs. William H.
Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. John Hans Hans-brough.
brough. Hans-brough. They are both sisters of Mr.
Hansbrough. Mrs. Hocker is one of
the most prominent women of the
state! She was president of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Federation of Women's Clubs last
term, and is most pleasantly known
wherever there is an organization be belonging
longing belonging to the state federation.
The study class will meet tomorrow
at 3:15 o'clock at the Woman's Club.
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished moms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
FOR SALE Tailor made uncalled for
pants, while they last $3.50. Eng English
lish English Woolen Mills. 2-5
FOR RENT A five-room cottage
with all modern conveniences, on
South Second street, east. Apply
at Star office. dh tf
W. C. T. U. PROGRAM
The Woman's Christian Temper Temperance
ance Temperance Union will hold its memorial
fund day exercises at the Christian
church this evening, at 7:30 o'clock,
when the following program will be
Song, O, For a Thousand Tongues
Scripture reading, Crusade Psalm.
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
Song, Mother's Voice.
Offering for memorial fund.
The Management ol DR. McCLANE
Medical Surgical, HydropafMc
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Ron
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4i30 P. M. PHONE 533
ANNUAL MEETING OF
The annual meeting of the Marion
County Hospital Association, will be
held Tuesday, March 9th, 1915, at 9 a.
m at the hospital.
The object of the meeting is the
election of officers for the coming
year and for the transaction of such
other business as may properly come
before the members of the association.
T. T. Munroe, Pres.
Attest: J. E. Chace, Sec'y
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, County and Clly Depository.
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
FOR SALE Tailor made uncalled for
. suits, $10. English Woolen Mills.
FOR SALE Two-passenger, 254ip.
Maxwel car; fully equipped and in
splendid 6ondition; new tires. Cheap
for cash. Apply "Auto," care the
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 Munroe
roe Munroe & 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
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
WANTED Presser who can press
clothes. English Woolen, Mills. 2-5
LOST $145.50; liberal reward for
information leading to its recovery.
Address "X," care Star. 2-1 1-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
Mr. and Mrs. Allan of Clarksburg,
W. Va., who have been visiting their
cousins, Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Henry
at Lake Weir, were guests last night
of another cousin, Mrs. J. C. Garrett
in this city, leaving this morning on
the boat for Palatka en route home, i
Mrs. J. G. Glass, after a visit of i
several days to her sister, Mrs. E. A. j
Cornish in Tampa, returned home to-1
Members of the' Woman's Club arej
canvassing the city, selling tickets
for the Chautauqua, to be held March j
10th to 19th.
A lot of new novels at The Murray
Company. ... 18-3t
FOR SALE Single comp R. I. Red,
Ward strain, eggs for hatching;
winners at Ocala last fall; $1.50
for fifteen; satisfaction guaranteed
F. M. Joyner, Lake Weir, Fla. 6t
Dr. Ruth S. ArnoM
MONEY TO LOAN Applications re
received for loans from $100 to
$10,000, on improved and unimprov
ed 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-
tion. location, and valuation oi prop
ertv offered as security for loan
State improvements and valuation
of same. We want county repre
sentatives to receive applications
for loans, appraise property, and
serve as our exclusive representa
tive. Attorney or real estate man
preferred. Applicants for loans,
and applicants for agencies positive
ly required to furnish at least two
character references and forward
postage, five 2c stamps, for appli
cation blanks, full particulars, and
prompt reply. Write Southern Of
fice, Southeastern Mortgage Loan
Association, Fourth Natl Bank
Bldg Atlanta. Ga. 17-3t
FURNISHED ROOMS For rent for
light housekeeping; newly papered
and painted; rates reasonable; cor
ner Adams and North Main street
near postoffice. Apply on premises,
or to Charles McLucas, at Ocala
House Barbershop. 17-6t
A lot of new novels at The Murray
Marion Comity Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHEIiS, Lesoccc,;
First Consideration and Special Attention Giver to Small Tracts
AND ELECTRIC WORK
Call J. F. Robbinson at phone 443. All
work guaranteed. 2-13-tf
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Don't Buy Tires Until it is Necessary
All Tires are Repaired and Guaranteed by Me
(Personally.) This is Not Hot Air
FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE
HD H I
'THE TIRE MAN"
Agent For Fislc and Firestone Tires
Next to Express Office N. Main St. Ocala, Florida.
1 1 jl
Will yield big crops of corn, cane, cowpeas, velvet beans, rape, peanuts, kudzu, spineless cac'tus j
besides raising Bermuda, Rhodes, Para, Natal and other grasses' for hay and pasture. .Willi al
these crops available, cattle, sheep and hogs can have green food the year round.
Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of
Lake Okeechobee Are Now Ready for Cultivation
These lands do not need draining other than small ditches necessary on any farm. Make a trip
to Okeechobee on the new division of the Florida East Coast Railway without delay, and see for
yourself just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now only a trifle over twelve hours'
journey from Jacksonville. -' ;
Investigate This Wonderful Country While You You-Can
Can You-Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your Farm
You will find it unexcelled for general farming, livestock and poultry raising and for growing all
kinds of vegetables common to Florida as well as the finest citrus fruit. This town arid country
will grow at an amazing rate during the next few years. We also have excellent land and .town
lots at ChuluoU and Kenansrille the former a fine lake section in Seminole County, suited to
fruit'growing, trucking and general farming, and the latter a fertile pine land country In Osceola
County especially adapted to stock raising, general farming and fruit growing. Write today for
full particulars to
- J. E. 1NGRAHAM, Vice-President ;
Land and Industrial Department, Florida East Coast Railv;
Room 200 City Building ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
OCALA EVENIKG STAfi, THURSDAY, FEfcRtARY 18, 1915
Cut glass, great
If array Company.
variety at The
Mr. I V. Stevens of Lakeland was
a business visitor this morning.
Try those delicious hot and cold
drinks .served at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 176t
A. large shipment of Dennison's
crepe paper in all colors just receiv received
ed received at the Court Pharmacy. 17-6t
Messrs., T. L. Conley and Arthur
Brown of Halifax, N. S., are guests
of the Ocala House.
This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the government.
Mr. C. R. Kreger has returned from
a visit to Tampa.
On Saturday and Monday. 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Max. Min. R. F.
Feb. 1 80 59
Feb. 2 69 54 .42
Feb. 3 60 4G
Feb. 4 ..66 36
Feb. 5 -.71 51 1.05
Feb. 8 58 38
Feb. 9 59 33
Feb. 10 ..64 36
Feb. 11 ..69 42
Feb. 12 71 45
Feb. 13 73 45
Feb. 14 ....73 50
Feb. 15 75 62
Feb. 16 .66 52
Feb. 17 .........58 52
Our prescription department is ou
Bride. Ask the doctor. The Court
Feel like trying a Scotch hlghbah
(any other kind it you do not lik
the Scotch) then try one at Johnny's
rroroQf OUT If!
smallest one Mr J Do
row and Collier Bros
. Always buy your drugs from a Rex
all store. They are America's best
drug stores. 18-tf
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
A lot of new novels at The Murray
People who trade with the Rexal
stores get best quality in everything
World Almanacs for 1915 at Bal
The fire this morning was in Mrs
Souter's cottage on Wenona street,
occupied by the Youngblood family
ItSr&s' caused by a defective flue, and
waSiput out with alight damage by
K T c- ; :
rjM-betsslii TfckeJ in'4M eityia
at JTo'hnhy's Plae--23tf xea-
06ALA 11 1
(Continued from Third Page)
Fair tonight andFriday-
town and the
at the Fort Kingfad' Magnolia street
crossing this morning. Nobody hurt;
hut the Saxon, looks UKe it nad been
tVirii nn earth ouake. X
Mrr-Er-LTIoorr, superintendent of
. 1 1 n.-ii xt i i
agencies OI ine oiuzens wauonai
Life Insurance Company, Anchorage,
Ky., and Mr. M. M. Parrish, state
agent for the same company, with
headquarters at Gainesville, are in the
city on business for the company.
ADAMS MAKES A FAIR OFFER
City Marshal Adams authorizes the
Star to make the following offer for
In order to enlist the interest of our
citizens in his efforts to apprehend
evil doers, and especially those guilty
of the many robberies that have been
reported to his department recently,
he offers a personal reward to any
private citizen who will capture one
of these robbers, as follows: One dol dollar
lar dollar for every dollar's worth of goods
up to $25, and the last named sum for
goods stolen valued above that
This is a fair offer from the chief,
who is already doing his duty in faith-.
ful work;, and it .is to be hoped our
citizens,, win zeaiousiy uacn up ms ei
Ye 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-Gerigar--- 4fc
Mr. W. B. dallagher has returned
from Tampa, whfere he motored last
E. L. Stapp;
BrhWrKrLajiiTtheEye, Ear, Nose
and Threat Specialist, has moved his
residence to the corner of Tuscawilla
and South streets.. Same telephone
as at former location.. 6-tf
Fresh Tom Watson watermelon seed
for sale at 50 cents per pound. Ocala
Seed Store. 5-tf
' Mr. S C; Mafoof Reddick is in the
'city attending- t&emeeting of the
Florida Marketing Bui-eau. He is pre preparing
paring preparing to plant several hundred acres
to melons at Reddick and Lakeland.
,Vr"Icrian, M. D., "Physician and
Burgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Noso
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Mr. George Bohon of Louisville,
Ky., and Mr. J. A. Logan of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, are in the city attending court.
Dr. J. Walter Hood's new ofUce tele telephone
phone telephone number is 284. 15-tf
Of Application to the Legislature
Florida for the Enactment
Special or Local Legislation.
. Notice is hereby given that applica application
tion application will be made to the legislature of
tiie. state of Florida, at its next ses
sionjn. April, 1915, for the passage of
. '.' hii a-i- -J r i
an act auxnorizmgxne city oi ucaia
to purchase from .other party or par
ties, electric current or power for the
use of the said city, either for light-
ing or manufacturing purposes, ana
to distribute and sell the current so
purchased for lighting and manufac
Also for the passage of an act au
thorizine and requiring the city coun
cil 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 ques
tion of granting such franchise shal
be submitted to and passed upon by
the registered voters of the said city.
2-17-8t-wed R. C. CAMP.
Chivalry was founded invariably by
knights who were content all their
lives with their horse and armor and
Entertained by Mrs. Carney
Characterized by the cordial hospi hospitality
tality hospitality abounding always within her
home and amidst pretty floral dec decorations,
orations, decorations, Mrs. E. L. Carney entertain entertained
ed entertained this afternoon from 3:30 to 5
o'clock at a large reception, honoring
Miss Josephine Bullock, whose mar
riage next week will be a brilliant
event, Miss Jean Austin, an attractive
former Ocala girl who recently ar-
rived from St. Paul, Minn., for a visit
of several weeks, and Miss Mary
Wyatt Galbraith, of Galbraith
Springs, Tenn., a charming visitor.
In the parlor and library a white
and green color motif was developed
in roses, ferns and potted plants and
in the dining room pink roses and
fern were used exclusively. The long
table was adorned with plants and to
the floral scene throughout the rooms
innumerable lighted candles added
Mrs. Jack Camp and Mrs. William
Hocker welcomed the callers at the
'front door and Mrs. R. A. Burford
asked them to the parlor, where Mrs.
Carney wearing white charmeuse
handsomely trimmed in silver em embroidery
broidery embroidery received with Miss Bullock,
Miss Austin, Miss Galbraith, Mrs. R.
B. Bullock, Mrs. Edward Holder and
Miss Musie Bullock, each of whom
wore most becoming gowns.
Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs. W. K. Lane
and Mrs. D. W. Tompkins assisted in
entertaining in the parlor and from
there Mrs. G. S. Scott ushered the
ladies into the library, where several
minutes were pleasantly spent with
Mrs. J. K. Austin, Mrs. Hurst of In
diana, Mrs. Mayer of South Carolina,
Mrs. Arthur Williams of South Flor Florida
ida Florida and Mrs. Nathaniel Venable of
Kentucky. Mrs. S. R. Pyles, Mrs. S.
T. Sistrunk and Mrs. M. Fishel as
sisted in the library.
Invited by Mrs. R. G. Blake, the
guests passed to the dining room,
where a fruit salad course was served
by Misses Mabel Meffert, Minnie Sto Sto-vall,
vall, Sto-vall, Mary Burford, Virginia Sistrunk
and Annie Atkinson. The dining table
was centered with a graceful arrange
ment of pirik roses in a basket rest resting
ing resting on a pretty crochet centerpiece.
On leaving the dining room Mrs.
L. F. Blalock and Mrs. Marcus Frank
saw that the punch bowl in the hall
was visited. There Mrs. H. M. Hamp
ton, Mrs. Leon Fishel and Mrs. J. H.
Taylor served orange punch and 'lady
fingers. Violets adorned the table.
In giving her charming party Mrs.
Carney furnished a delightful oppor
tunity to the admirers of Miss Bul
lock and Miss Austin to be with them
again and to Miss Galbraith, who is
enjoying her first visit to Florida, an
opportunity to add to her long list of
admiring friends many Ocalans.
and the. officers elected for the former
society were unanimously elected to
promote the woman's club which will
be federated as soon as possible. The
club will cover a wide scope of work
I and the Ocala ladies gave the mem-
I VvAn l L1. a.:
Iwm auuic vamauie iiuurmauon, in
Miss Carolee Green and two small
brothers arrived this afternoon from
Hendersonville, N. C, to join their
father at the home of his sister, Mrs.
T. E. Bridges for a visit of several
Chicago, 111., Feb. 18. May wheat
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Beuchler
Leesburg, Va., are visiting their son
E. C. Beuchler and wife at Anthony.
They are spending the day with Ocala
friends and will make a trip to Silver
Springs during the afternoon.
Cotton Plant, Feb. 17. For sever several
al several months past there has been seen
j by our hunters several wild turkeys,
j Prof. Turner killed one about a month
of Upo and cave a dinner tn his friends
Mr. Charles R. Beall, who has been
with the Star for the last few months,
has gone to Jacksonville, to take a
position in one of the banks of that
city. Mr. Beall is a steady and in
dustrious young man, and the Star
parts from him with regret.
A lot of new novels at The Murray
WILBUR W. C. SPITH
Funeral Director and
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Orange Springs, Feb. 17. Farmers
are busy putting their land in read readiness
iness readiness to plant their crops. Every Everyone
one Everyone has their garden planted.
Miss Carter is organizing a can canning
ning canning club, so the girls have an inter interest
est interest in the farm too.
The boy scouts are to give a play
soon. They are busy practicing and
from the music we hear we think there
is to be music on the program.
Mr. Will Wimberly came up Friday
and returned to his home in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Sunday. While here he spent
his time hunting.
The ladies' club gave a social at the
home of Mrs. Bryden Friday night,
which was enjoyed by all present.
Rev. Roland;" of Interlachen, fiilled
his regular appointment here Satur Saturday
day Saturday night and Sunday morning.
Mr. Gordeh Wimberly was a visitor
in Palatka last week.
The past few days of real summer
weather has caused the people to seek
the spring for a cool and refreshing
We are sure if more people knew
just what advantages are here for
recreation, the little town would be
well filled with pleasure and health
seekers all the year around. With
hunting and fishing along with quiet
country life and a health giving spring
without price, there is no reason for
any one not finding the real joys of
Those on the school honor roll for
this week are: Matilda Apel, Eunice
Motes, Hugh Hall, Harry and Herbert
Wimberly and George Lipscomb.
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Frank Strouse, Fruitland, Iowa. For
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The Thirsty Oak.
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219 WEST BROADWAY
COLDS AND CROUP IN CHILDREN
(Hade in Marion County,
Florida,, U. S. A.)
Many people rely upon Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy implicitly in cas cases
es cases of colds and croup, and it never
disappoints them. Mrs. E. H. Thomas
of Logansport, Ind., writes: "I have
found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to be the best medicine for colds and
croup I have ever used, and never tire
of recommending it to my friends and
neighbors. I have always given it to
my children when suffering from
croup, and it has never failed to give
them prompt relief." For sale by all
No doing anything with a pessimist.
IVhen you find a bright side for him
He won't look at it for fear the light
might blind him. Atlanta Constitu-Uon.
Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock and
Miss Alice Bullock are home from
their visit to Tampa, the former 're 'returning
turning 'returning last night in his car' and the
two latter on the limited yesterday
afternoon. Miss Bullock was a lovely
visitor attending the Gasparilla ball
Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Watt and little
daughter returned last night from
Tampa where they were Gasparilla
visitors. They made the trip in their
car and en route home Dr. Watt had
considerable engine trouble so Mrs
Watt and daughter transferred to
Judge Bullock's car, arriving home at
7 o'clock, leaving Dr. Watt, who
reached home at 2 this morning.
The Summerfield basket ball team
will play the Wildcats Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 3:30 o'clock on the grounds
at the home of Mr. Clarence Camp.
An admission of 15 and 25 cents will
Mrs. C. R. Tydings, president, and
Mrs. R. A. Burford, vice president of
the Woman's Club together with Mrs.
S. T. Sistrunk motored to Anthony
yesterday afternoon to attend the
meeting of the Home Makers and Im Improvement
provement Improvement Society, recently organiz organized
ed organized there under the supervision of Mrs.
J. R. Moorhead, chairman of club ex extension
tension extension work. At the meeting it was
decided to organize a woman's club
The disregard for a cold has often
brought many a regret. The fact of
Sneezing, Coughing, or a Fever should
be warning enough that your system
heeds immediate attention. Certain Certainly
ly Certainly Loss of Sleep is most serious. It
is- man's duty to himself to" assist by
doing his part. Dr. King's New Dis Discovery
covery Discovery is based on a scientific analy
sis of Colds. 50c at your druggist.
Buy a bottle today.- tues thrs-f ri-wky.
The "Greatest Novel."
There is no "greatest novel." Ther
are hundreds of great novels, all of
them wonderful1 in their subject mat
ter and art, between which it would
be next to impossible to choose, so far
as excellence is concerned. It is a
matter of taste purely and simply.
' You will find that Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has recognized advan
tages over most medicines in use for
jcoughs and colds. It does not sup
press a cough but loosens and reliev
es it. It aids expectoration and opens
the secretions, which enables the sys
tem to throw off a cold. It counter counteracts
acts counteracts any tendency of a cold to re result
sult result in pneumonia. It contains no
opium or other narcotics, and may be
given to a child as confidently as to
an adult. For sale by all drug
stores. v Adv.
and others have been eagerly watch watching
ing watching and waiting for a chance at them,
so last week Mr. A. W. Woodward
succeeded in getting two fine goblersJ
Mrs. Woodward prepared them in fine
style and served to their neighbors
j and friends a delicious dinner. j
i Miss Carrie Bareo returned last i
Thursday from South Florida, where
she has been for the past two!
months visiting her brother and
friends. She enjoyed a pleasant vis visit
it visit at the homes of each of the fol following
lowing following friends: Mrs. W. L. Howell, at
Plant City; Mrs. Tom Parker, at
Homeland; Mrs. J. M. Bryan at Bowl Bowling
ing Bowling Green; and Mrs. H. L. Kelly, at
Griffin and at Croom she spent a week
with her sister, Mrs. L. C. Bell. She
reports a very pleasant visit with her
relatives and friends.
W. E. Veal made a business trip
to Ocala Monday. He has a small
stock of goods at Leroy and is now
the leading merchant of that place.
Success to him.
Several of our young men motored
to Mcintosh Sunday and spent sever several
al several hours with friends and relatives, re returning
turning returning home in "the early evening.
Mr. F. M. Morris left Monday for
South Florida for a week's visit.
Madam Rumor says he will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied home by one of DeSoto's fair
Prof. Turner spend all of his spare
time hunting. He enjoys the sport
very much and will be lost when the
hunting season closes.
Mrs. Sanders is still with her moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. Frost, in Ocala, who has
been sick for some time.
Willie Parker spent Monday night
with Alfred Harroun.
First quarterly conference will be
held Saturday at Martel. Presiding
elder will preach and all members
are requested to be present. Owing to
an oversight, the pastor failed to an
nounce at the last service whether
or not there would be services at St.
Johns next Sunday, but we presume
there will be probably services held
by the presiding elder.
Misses Elma and Alma bykes and
Master Edwin Rawls were guests of
friends in Cotton Plant, Sunday.
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New Home ol the ttazaar
WISH to inform our customers that the Ocala
Bazaar, which has been located for 17 years in the
store in the Commercial BankBJock, isnow locat
ed in the two central store rooms in the St. George
Block, the handsome new brick block owned by the
Metropolitan Realty 8c 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.
F. P. GADSOBJ, Proprietor,
THE BATTLE FRONT
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAUIERS
Fine Caskets and Bnrial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and a V. ROBERTS
AH Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-mers
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D. E. McIVER 104
a V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office .45
In repaying kindness we ought to
mitate fertile lands, which giye back
nuch more than they have received.
IT REALLY DOES
Everybody who is afflicted with
Rheumatism in any form should by all
means keep a bottle of Sloan's Lini Liniment
ment Liniment on hand. The minute you feel
pain or soreness in a joint or muscle,
bathe it with Sloan's Liniment. Do
not rub it. Sloan's penetrates almost
immediately right to the seat of pain,
releiving the hot,- tender, swollen
feeling and making the part easy and
comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan's
Liniment for 25c of any druggist and
have it in the house against Colds,
Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago,
Sciatica and like ailments. Your
monev back if not satisfied, but it
does give almost instant relief. Buy
a bottle today, tues-thurs-fn-wkly.
But Then It's Too Late.
And sometimes after marrying a
man she ence considered a good catch
a woman would like to take him off
the hook and throw him back. Exchange.
Petrograd, Russia, Feb; 16 (Via
London.) The number of head and
arm wounds of the men. at the front
is enormous, for men in trenches ex
pose only their heads and arms. Many
hundreds are hit in the head and
death does not result from the wound.
Occasionally one may see the slightly
wounded walk back with heads bound
up or arms in sliries. Motor trucks
loaded with wounded tear along the
roads leading back from the extreme
front. Perhaps forty per cent of the
wounded are back on the firing line
after three months' care and rest in a
hospital. It all depends on a man's
health ahd blood. If the blood is pure
and erood. the soldier srets the first
aid, proper treatment and his wounds
heal by first intention.
Good blood is everything to every
man. It means fresh strong nerves,
good digestion, good circulation. Those
who have used Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery marvet at the way
it checks blood diseases. See a man
today with skin all broken out; see
him a few weeks later after using the
Discovery,' his skin is all cleared up,
eyes bright, and he is contented with
lne ioundation oi good health is
good blood! Are yo upale? Are you
weak? Are you no longer ambitious
or energetic ; wave you pimples or
boils? Do you suffer from headaches,
low spirits? Then you are anaemic
your blood is thin, lacking in healthy,
strength-giving red corpuscles. Then
your blood is impure and your liver
is not up to its task of clearing the
blood from the poisons accumulated.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery.is a temperance remedy that wil
restore to you 'rich, health-giving
blood a redy proved by experience
(in tablet or liquid form). It is
glycerine extract oi roots irom our
forests, known to science as those
which will best give the stomach, liver
and bowels needed help. Adv. 11
STOP THAT COUGH NOWr
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THE BODY A SLUGGISH
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When you catch Cold, or begin to
cough, he first thing to do is to take
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. It pene penetrates
trates penetrates the linings of the throat and
lungs and fights the germs of the dis disease,
ease, disease, giving quick relief and natural
healing. "Our whole family depend
on Pine-Tar-Honey for coughs and
Colds," writes Mr. E. Williams, Ham Hamilton,
ilton, Hamilton, Ohio. It always helps. 25c at
your druggist, tues-tnurs-fri-wkly.
HOW TO PREVENT
"Coming events cast their shadow
before." This is especially true of
bilious attacks. Your appetite will
fail, you will feel dull and languid.
If you are subject to bilious attacks
take three of Chamberlain's Tablets
as soon as these symptoms appe-
the attack may be warded
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Someone has said that people with
Chronic Liver Complaint should be
rhut up away from humanity, for
they are pessimists and see through
a "glass darkly." Why? Because
mental states depend upon physical
states. Biliousness, Headaches, Diz Dizziness
ziness Dizziness and Constipation disappear af after
ter after using Dr. King's New Life Pills.
25c at your druggist, tues-thrs-fri-wk.
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.
The right to reject any and all bids is
reserved by the treasury department.
Rob't." F." Rogers, custodian. 2-13-20d
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, Florida, intend to apply
to the legislature of the state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, 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
commissioners 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, Marion
County, Florida. 1-30
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Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting sd sd-riccs
riccs sd-riccs from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes
writes as follows: 'I was down with
ftomach trouble for five (5) years, and
would have sick headache so bad, at
times, that I thought surely I would die.
I tried different treatments, but they
did not seem to do me any good.
I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep,
tod all my friends, except one, thought I
woinf (K He advised me to try
Thedford's ElacJk-Draught, and
taking other medicines. I decided 13
take his advice, although I did net havs
any confidence in it.
1 have now been taking Black-Dmi!
for three months, and it has cured me
haven't had those awful sick headaches
since I began using it.
"I am so thankful for what BUcS
Draught has done for rne."
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The earliest -birdlike creature,
known as the "pterodactyl," away back
In the mesozcic period, was a flying
reptile, batlike, and with a stretch of
"wing of about eight feet. It was very
late, geologically speaking, before true
birds birds that sang cams upon the
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tired, sleepy feeling. Gerig