The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1915
NO. 46
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CONFLICT II
THE CARPATHIANS
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erica:; steamer sunk by a
Mine rut all the crew
. escaped

orlin, Feb. 22. The American
mer Evelyn, which sailed from
V York cn January 29 with a cargo
otton for Bremen, struck a mine
Borkum island in the North Sea
irday. The vessel sank. The Eve Eve-is
is Eve-is the first American vessel to

t with disaster as a result of the
j warfare of th European nations.
j ALL THE CREW ESCAPED
'orlin, Feb. 22.A11 of the crew of
American steamship Evelyn,
'".h was f unk by a mine of Borkim
i
nd, in the North Sea, have been
:ued. The Evelyn had passed safe safe-mrough
mrough safe-mrough the war zone on her way
Dremen before she struck the
;e. A reat hole was made in her
f
jboard side. The captain, seeing1
'as impossible to beach the vessel,
red all hands to the boats.
S

ADMINISTRATION IS NOT
ALARMED

Washington, Feb. 22. Believing a
bus but not alarming situation has
i created by the blowing up of the
lyn, the administration today is
i
.iting a detailed report from the

US REINFORCING ALLIED RIGHT

AGAINST AN EXPECTED j

ONSLAUGHT
Paris, Feb. 22. Berlieving the Ger German
man German attacks in the Champagne reg region,
ion, region, the Argonnes and the Aisne val valley
ley valley have been effectively checked,
Gen. Joffre is sending large forces to
the allies right where the Germans
are preparing to make an onslaught.
The Germans are shelling the allies
along the Lille canal, preparatory to a
general advance near Wameton.

n

PEACE PROPOSALS
FROM THE" POPE

Will be Considered byv
and William

Franz Josef

Vienna, Feb. 22. The emperor of
Austria and the kaiser will soon have
a Conference at the German-Austrian
frontier. The report persists that
they will consider proposal? f.om the
pope for plans to make pace.

GEORGIA MAN FOR
FEDERAL COMMISSION

ISOLATED AND SEES ENEMIES
ON ALL SIDES, UNDER WA WATER
TER WATER AND IN THE AIR
London, Feb. 22 Beset by land and
sea, with German aircraft and sub submarines,
marines, submarines, the British Isles today are
more isolated than they have ever
been" before. German airships drop dropped
ped dropped bombs in Essex last night, caus causing
ing causing great uneasiness in London. War Warships
ships Warships patrolling the North Sea report
the observance of signal lights flash flashing
ing flashing from Zeppelins. British shipping
is in a panic since the sinking of the
small Irish coasting steamer in the
Irish Sea.
STEAMER WASN'T SUNK
London, Feb. 22. The report from
Berlin of the sinking of a British
transport by a German submarine is
officially denied here today.

GREATEST MOUNTAIN BATTLE
IN HISTORY RAGING IN
GALICIA
Berlin, Feb. 22. The greatest
mountain battle in the history of the
world is raging in the Carpathians.
The Russians are displaying great
tenacity in their efforts to gain a vic victory,
tory, victory, but are being slowly, steadily
forced out of Galicia. The result of
the violent battle at Kolemea is ex expected
pected expected to have important bearing on
the general situation. The fighting is
furious and hundreds of corpses lie
unburied on the field.

DEATH OF L. W. DEAL

rican ambassadors in London and

Un.

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8BSTDB

:amer sunk by submarine
1 in the irish sea
I
ondon, Feb. 22. The small Irish
I ting steamer Downshire was sunk
jtrday night by a German sub-

ino err uaii.oi iian, an lsiana m
Irith sea. The Germans gave the
five m-nutes in which to leave
r ship. V

NCLUSION OF A NOTED CASE

t

uite a good deal of interest was

jised in the trial of the suit of the
'zen's National Life Insurance Co.,
cmtucky corporation, vs CVC. Lamb
Ire Judge W: S. Bullock in cham cham-I?
I? cham-I? during the last three days of last
Ik, for unlawful detainer of land.

number of witnesses were ex-

ned Friday and Saturday. After
judge announced his views upon
effect of the evidence,' indicating
; the parties through whom the

mdant claimed possession of the

,ls were without authority to lease

In, the parties to the suit agreed
ln a settlement and the jury was

Charged. ;

ihe other suits of practically the
ne nnture which had been entered

re settled before this one was tried.
Ihe insurance company, through its

resentative, Mr. E. L. Moore, su
intendent of agencies,' is endeavor

j to open the entire tract of 3500
s to the farmers in the Anthony
ion for cultivation on a reasonable

tal. The confusion and misunder misunder-liding
liding misunder-liding from which the suits arose

e all been dispelled and the best

feeling now exists between the

i ,..
ties at interest.

Ir. E. C. Beuchler, local repre-,
I ......
tative of the company, will occupy
J residence part of the property,
kh up to the time of the suit bad

n occupied by Mr. Lamb.

V good portion of the property ha

n leased to experienced farmers
I the present outlook is that there
I be more vegetable and staple
'm products in the Anthony sec sec-i
i sec-i this year than for many years
It.

Washington, Feb. 22. President

Wilson sent to the Senate today the

name of William Harris, of Georgia,
to be a member of the federal trade
commission for a term of five years.

AUSTRIAN BLOWN UP

German Steamer Ran Afoul

North Sea Mine

of

Copenhagen, Feb. 22. The German

cotton steamer Austrian is reported

to have struck a mine north of
Malmse. She was beached to escape
sinking.

BIG FIRE IN ST. LOUIS

Nine Buildings Burned in the Busi

ness District v
St. Louis, Feb. 22 Fire, caused by

an explosion in the Ziegenheimer fur furniture
niture furniture store, in the heart of the busi business
ness business district, destroyed: nine business
houses this morning. The loss will

reach $350,000.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

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

corner. Meals a la carte and luncnes

at any hour. -Adv.

Messrs. Knight & Lang have receiv

ed one of the new Cadillac eight cyl

inder automobiles, which is attract

ing a good deal of attention at their

store. This is the second of the new

cars the firm has received. They have
also received a new Overland and the
latest model of Hupmobile, Mayor J.
D. Robertson purchasing the last

mentioned car.

TAUADS' ARE AUORV

IRRITATION STEADILY INCREAS INCREASING
ING INCREASING AGAINST THE
AUSTRIAN'S
Rome, Feb. 22. Rioting is break breaking
ing breaking out in many cities throughout
Italy and demonstrations favoring
war on the side of the allies. Hostile
demonstrations are aimed against
Austria. Troops charged into the
crowds at different places and wound wounded
ed wounded many last night. An Austrian
flag was torn down and burned in
Venice. The" Italian consulate at
Trieste was attacked by beggars Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. It is reported today that the
Austrian police set the assailant, free.

SPENCER CULLEN HURT

The Star regrets to learn of an
accident to Mr. Hugh McCredie, one of
our steady young men, who for the
last four months has been filling a
position at Miami, while cranking an
auto, he broke his arm. The broken
member is healing, however, and Mr.
McCredie will soon be able to attend
to his wd?k again.

Saturday afternoon while playing
in the garage at the home of his par parents,
ents, parents, Master Spencer Cullen, young youngest
est youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cul Cullen,
len, Cullen, happened .to a serious accident,
which came near proving fatal. An
iron gate fell on him, breaking his
right leg just above the knee and his
life would have been crushed out had
it not been for a block of wood that
happened to be under the gate, there thereby
by thereby supporting the heavy weight.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Cullen
regret to hear of this deplorable acci accident,
dent, accident, but they feel thankful that it
was no worse. Master Spencer is
resting as comfortable as possible to today
day today and is enduring his affliction with
that happy disposition that has made
him a favorite among his school
mates. U

The Wildcats defeated the Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field basketball team Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon in a match game played on the
grounds at the home of Mr. Clarence
Camp.

M. E. CONFERENCE

HAS ADJOURNED

pie big conference of the "A. M. E.
arch, which was in session in this
"y for the past seven days, has
;ed its business and the delegates
1 visitors are scattering to their
nes. The conference brought a lot
money to the city. The officers of
Metropolitan Savings Bank say
it nearly eight thousand dollars
scd through their bank and a num num-:
: num-: of substantial accounts were op op-d
d op-d with them. The appointments
c made last night by Bishop
rC'f

, Rev. Cary F. Moore of Cynthiana,
Ky., occupied the Presbyterian pulpit
yesterday, delivering two sermons.
Rev.- Moore left this afternoon for
Eustis to join; his wife at the home of
Dr. Guerrant.wherFnheydll visit
for' sometime before returninir "rrome.

' The engagement Dr. P.' P. Pillans
of Orlando to Miss : Pauline Cliff of
the same. city has been announced, the
wedding to take jblace at an early
date. Dr. Pillans is a Marion county
boy, the son of Br. and Mrs. J. C. Pil

lans at Electra.
X. h r

.A IdifjGljcAvalirT Murray
Company. j 18-3t

Dr. J. Walter Hood's new oSice tele telephone
phone telephone number is 284. 15-tf

Always buy your drugs from a Rex Rex-all
all Rex-all store. They are America's best
drug stores. 18-tf

t World Almanacs for 1915 at Bal Ballard's.
lard's. Ballard's. 2-l-6t

A chunky gentleman with Russian

whiskers was haranging with great
vehemence at the southeast corner of
the public square Sunday afternoon.
"He used the word fire quite often, but
the reporter couldn't tell whether he

waa warning against the wrath to
corns or rooting for an insurance com

pany. It would have been both safe

and sanitary for the fire department

to have turned a hose on him.

Take Rexall Liver Salts for that

tired, sleepy feelir.,?. Gerig's. 9-tf

A. telegram received by DrJ. II.
Dunn late yesterday afternoon from
Mrs. Ii. W. Deal at Cocoa, announced
that her husband had accidentally
shot and killed himself at 11 o'clock.
Though an attempt has been made to
get details of the tragedy, none have
been received up to this time.
Mrs. Deal was formerly Miss Ruth
Moore, who lived with her parents,
Mr.. and Mrs. C. P. Moore, in this city
for some years, moving to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg about three years ago. She was
married to Mr. Deal Jan. 10 last.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore and Mr. Jack
Huggins, a cousin, left St. Petersburg

yesterday noon, arriving at Cocoa to

day. Mr. Moore will accompany the

remains to Waynesville, N. C, where
the parents of the unfortunate young
man reside, for burial.

Mr. Deal was twenty-four years

old, and was filling a responsible po

sition with one of the leading mercan

tile houses at Cocoa.

GOLDMAN OBSERVES

WASHINGTON BIRTHDAY
On the front of the Ocala Bargain
House, just above the awning, ap appears
pears appears today a huge picture of George
Washington, which is a splendid like likeness
ness likeness and was painted on canvas by Mr.
Louis Tupper,, of the Ocala Sign Co.
The picture has attracted a good deal
of attention and Mr. Goldman 1 has
had a great many compliments on
his patriotism. Mr. Tupper can paint
almost anything he wants to, off hand
and very quickly.

FOR PLUMBING I
AND ELECTRIC WORK
work guaranteed. 2-13-tf
Call J. F. Robbinson at phone 443. All

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

Business is always good at Gerig's,
because it is the Rexall store. 18-tf

You will never fully apprecinte a
gin fiz till you have tried one of those
at Johnny's Place. 22-tf

People who trade with the Rexall
stores get best quality in everything.
Gerig's.- 18-tf

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
. Dr. D. M. Seymour was shaking
hands with his many friends here Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, and left that night for his
home in- North Carolina where he will
attend a medical college for about
three months. Bushnell Times.

A large shipment of Dennison's
crepe paper in all colors just receiv received
ed received at tile Court Pharmacy.' 17-6t

ENTHUSED AT GREAT VICTORY
OVER RUSSIANS AND BLOCK-
ADE OF ENGLAND
Berlin, Feb. 22. A News dispatch
from Koenigsburg says that the en entire
tire entire Tenth Russian corps was annihil annihilated,
ated, annihilated, that the Germans took 85,000
prisoners and the Russian loss in
dead and wounded number as many
more. The Russians lost almost all of
their aitillery.
RUINED THE RUSSIAN ARMY
" Sev.sn generals, 100,000 men and
150 cunnons were captured in the
Gernu.n victory at Mazurian Lakes.
In th! campaign in the vicinity of
Bobr and Marew, the Germans cap captured
tured captured one commanding general, four
lesser generals and 40,000 men with
75 cannon and machine guns.
WINNING IN THE "WEST
The German attacks in the vicinity
of Ypres have been steadily maintain maintained
ed maintained and are resulting successfully, the
Germans capturing seevral trenches
near Ypres Sunday. v
AUSTRIANS SUCCESSFUL ALSO
Vienna, Feb. 22. The Teutonic al allies
lies allies captured Stanislau, an important
Galician town. The Russians who
were successively defeated- at Bel Bel-avth,
avth, Bel-avth, Nadworna and Stanislau, are re retreating
treating retreating across the Dneister river,
with the Teutonics in pursuit.

DENIAL BY RUSSIANS THAT
THEY HAVE SUFFERED A
GREAT DISASTER
Petrcgrad, Feb. 22. The first de

tailed account of the Russian retreat
from East Prussia shows that the
Tenth Russian army corps (forty
thousand men) narrowly escaped de destruction.
struction. destruction. Heavy losses were sus sustained
tained sustained by the Russians, but the Ger Germans
mans Germans also lost heavily.
The Germans, attempting an offen offensive
sive offensive in the region of Zaklyczyn, Gal Galicia,
icia, Galicia, were repulsed with severe losses.
Heavy fighting continues in the vi vicinity
cinity vicinity of Ossowiec, between Plock and
Plonsk.

MffW I'-:''

4 fcrf faa

STEAMER VIGILANCIA ON HER
PERILOUS WAY ACROSS
THE SEA
Savannah, Ga., Feb, 22. The Vig Vig-ilancia,
ilancia, Vig-ilancia, a Georgia owner steamship,
and the handsomest boat ever loaded
here, sailed this morning for Rotter Rotterdam.
dam. Rotterdam. She bore a huge United States
flag painted on her hull and a large
illuminated flag cn deck. She will go
through the war zone established by
Germany.

FORESTS ARE BEAUTIFUL

COOK TOURING PARTY
WILL BE HERE

The following party from the Thos.
Cook & Son touring parties will arrive
this evening via Silver Springs, com coming
ing coming in on the yacht City of Silver
Springs, namely: Mr. and Mrs. D..M.
Crowley, Mr. Eugene Crowley, Mr.
and Mni. J. L. Ballorman, Mr. Phil
A. Boss r, Mrs. C. A. Morris, Miss H.
G. Ely. They are under the. personal
guidance of Mr.,Chas. A. Roberts of
the Cool: agency. The party will stop
at the Ocala House while in this
city. r, v.'..- .. ;

Mrs. ,H. S, .Wesson, Mrs. Claude
Haycraft) Miss Ethel Haycraf t and
Dr, R. T. Weaver were received, into
the membership of the Christian
church Sunday.
The f jneral of Mr. C. W. Butters
will be held, tomorrow morning at
10:30 o'c'-ock from Mclver & Mac Mac-Kay's
Kay's Mac-Kay's ch;ipel. None of his friends
have been heard from. Interment in

Greenwood. f

Mr. J. J. Gerig reached home from
Baltimore; last night. He says his
brother, Mr. Albert Gerig, is improv improving
ing improving steadily, and will soon also be
able to return home.

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

Mr. W. B. Gallagher accompanied
by Mr. C. E. Winston, left today f or
a business trip to Leesburg, Sanford,
Orlando and intermediate points. He
will 4e away several days and is
making the territory in his Buick.

. Cut glass, great variety at The

j Murray Company. 18-3t

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

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

The case against Carl Pedrick for

assault, which came up before Jus

tice Ferguson this morning was dis dismissed.
missed. dismissed. No testimony was introduced.

The hammocks around Ocala are
now at their prettiest and it is well
worth one's time to drive or walk out
and see how pretty they are. The
red bud, with its dark purple blos blossoms,
soms, blossoms, is seen every few rods, loaded
with bloom. The snow white and del delicate
icate delicate dogwood blossoms are interspers interspersed.
ed. interspersed. The yellow jasmine, one of the
most fragrant as well as most ex

quisitely beautiful of our flowers, are
to be seen everywhere, both on the
small vines along the ground and
small bushes as well as climbing to
the tops of stately trees. Then the
wild plum trees are covered with their
white blossoms, and every field and
many meadows, or pastures, as well
as the farm yards are ablaze w'ith
rich pink peach and pure white pear
blossoms and we do not ever re remember
member remember to have seen such a heavy
bloom on each and every one of the
varieties. Everything points to a
very heavy crop of fruit in the state.
Following a few weeks later the great
magnolia trees will be in bloom with
their big, wax like white blossoms,
as large as a lettuce head and very
fragrant. Then too, the orange trees
will be in full bloom very soon.

ALLIED

FLEET

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FOUND THE DARDANELLES TOO
STRONG TO BE FORCED
Constantinople, Feb. 22 According
to an official statement issued here
this morning, three British and
French warships were badly damaged
by the forts at the western end of the
Dardanelles during the bombardment
Friday. The flagship of the allies'
fleet had to be towed away.

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

NEW SPRING SEED

Mrs. Gertrude DeLance is in the
city from Palatka, the guest of her
friend, Mrs. Tweedy. Mrs. DeLance,
who is an artist of considerable abil ability,
ity, ability, has been in Palatka since she left
Ocala somevmonths.iagoJ Her work is
very acceptable to the people of the
Gem City. ;
, '..
'.-Mr. W. W. Rilea returned Satur Saturday
day Saturday from a hunting trip to Mcintosh.
He didn't kill the limit.

Mr. Arthur Hodge of Williston was
greetinghis-Ocala, friends Sunday.

A

mamaga

in-day afternoon

license was' issued Sat

to Mr. Zacharias

Graham arCJIrrRdse W. Lewis, both
residents of Kendrick.

Mr. H. W. Tucker has sold his Ford
car. to Mr. A. T. Thomas and bought
Mayor Robertson's Hupmobile.

Our new seeds for spring planting
for 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, Fia.

On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol-

for

tf

lar's worth of other groceries,

cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone

i 1 "i.

RECOGNIZED ADVANTAGES

All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf

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

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

Cut glass for all purposes at The
Murray Company. 18-3t

Y'ou will find thac Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has recognized advan advantages
tages advantages over most medicines in use for
coughs' and colds. It does not sup suppress
press suppress a cough but loosens and reliev relieves
es relieves it. It aids expectoration and opens
the secretions, which enables the sys system
tem system to throw off a cold. It counter counteracts
acts counteracts any tendency of a cold to re result
sult result in pneumonia. It contains no
opium or other narcotics, and may be

given to a child as conndently as to

dult.. For sale by all drug

an

stores.

Adv.

Mr. Sid J. Jones, state agent for the
Elliott-Fisher writing machines with
headquarters in Jacksonville, is among
the visitors to the city today.

THE BEST LAXATIVE
THAT I KNOW OF

"I have sold Chamberlain's Tablets
for several years. People who have

used them will take nothmg else. 1
can recommend them to my customers
as the best laxative and cure for con constipation
stipation constipation that I know of," writes Mr.
Frank Strouse, Fruitland, Iowa. For
sale by all dealers. Adv.

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that' 11. o
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 un-$ier
$ier un-$ier 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

rants payable at fixed period;;.
Board County Commissioners, Marion

County. Florida. 1-'

jo

Fresh Marion County eggs, 20c s
dozen at, the Cam-Thomas Co. 22-2 i,'

State of Ohio, City, of Toledo,
Lucas County, cs.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm cf P.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business iri the
city of Toledo, county and state af ore oresaid,
said, oresaid, 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 usa cf
HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to' before me and subscribed
in my presence, this Cth day of De December,
cember, December, A. D. 1880.
(Seal) A. W. Gleason,
. Notary Public.
, Hail's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-

Lnally and acts directly upon the bloc i

and mucous surfaces oi the yy-;.i:i.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., ToIedoOmc.
So!ri hv all drucffists.

Take Hall's Family Pills for conti

pation.

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:1 like trying a Scotch hlghba1!
other kind it you do not likrf
Scotch) then try one at Johnny's

UNCALLED. FOR
PANTS $3.50

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R3 OCl LOTE-2HS?

UNCALLED. I OR
SUITS $10

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

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.

We 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 $23 and $30 for in other stores.
inspect our line and use your good judgement. We won't urge you to buy. We are always at your service. -l

Come to our store.

TE-2IH: lEZMOILESIHE WOOLEN rV2HL.IL.SB

CAQPI nUILOMG

'OCALA, PLOT



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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1913

GALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
II. P. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager

PRIMARY AND HIGH
SCHOOLS ARE PROSPEROUS

J. IL Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Ocr'a, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, m advance
Six- months, in .advance. .
Three months, In advance.
On montV'in advance.

(Foreign)
$5.00 One year- in advance. ..... $S. 00
. 2.50 Six months, in advance ..... 4.25
. 1.25 Three months, in advance. 2.25
. .50 One month, in advance .80

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Washington's birthday, next to the
Fourth of July, is the greatest of our
national holidays, and the memory of
WnifJiincrton is more entirely the

property of the whole nation than
that of any other man. Not as great
a soldier as some men, not as great

inton more completely united some

cf the most necessary qualities of
both than any other character known
to history. More than any other man,
he was the man America needed just
. at that time. His military operations
were carried on in the face of difficulr
ties that would have paralyzed many

more famous commanders. Neither
Napoleon or Frederick the Great had
any rack difficulties to overcome as
those that confronted Washington.
Yhen the war was over, Washing

ton's strength of character came into
full play to set an example by which
the public good might be promoted
and selfish ambition curbed. Had he

followed the policy of nearly every i
other popular hero, the revolution
would have been succeeded by civil

war, and the United States of Amer America
ica America might" have had, almost the same
experiences as those passed thru by
Mexico when that unhappy country
threw of? the Spanish yoke. .More of
the greatness of the American repub-
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brn and sound good sense of George
Washington than to the qualities of
any ether man.

a small comparative expense. But the
tendency seems away from home mak making
ing making rather than toward it.
Bruce Meffert, Saturday evening,

took a Star reporter in that spry lit- i
tie auto of his and drove around the
business center, seeking for the holes

in the brick pavement. Its the re reporter's
porter's reporter's opinion that Bruce found
them all at least, he hopes there are
not any more. Like most other news newspaper
paper newspaper men, the reporter does most of
his locomotion on his feet, but he can
sympathize with the unfortunates

who have to ride in autoes ard hopes
the street committee will have the
aforesaid holes filled up before some
unlucky joy rider is bounced out of
his car.

Of unequalled QUALITY,
such as care the re re-aalt
aalt re-aalt of extraordinary care

& watchfulness In the pnr pnr-:
: pnr-: chase of only the Highest
I Grade of Raw Materials. ?
The workmanship also

Is watched as carefully
and the same unremitting
; watchfulness enters Into
' the manafactare of oar
Cups, Bars, Drops and
other Counter Goods as In
our BONBONS, COCOA
and CHOCOLATES,
If yon want a Tiovrthini.
StrenithenLaj Chocolate, with
Ileal Food Value, and at the
sum time having m pleasant
taste, try our PEANUT CHOC CHOCOLATE
OLATE CHOCOLATE or Chocolate Dipped
TfclSCUir.

To WTR0XLE!

an .ice box. Individual gas ovens and

a gas range will be added as soon as j
needed. V j
It is rather humiliating to have to j
announce that all this excellent and
costly cooking equipment remains un- j
used because of the inability of thej

gas company to lay a pipe line and
furnish the school with gas accord according
ing according to a promise made to the trus trustees.
tees. trustees. "There is some reason to believe

that the pipe will soon be laid and the

connection made. If no other way can j

be found, it is hoped that some public-

spirited citizen will advance the com company
pany company money enough to lay this line.
Such an act would be greatly appre appreciated
ciated appreciated by the hundred girls who are
eager to begin this work.

This school is also fortunate in se

curing Miss Mildred Groman as head

of the home economics department.

Miss Groman is especially well quali

fied for this work, both by training
and personality, and the abiding inter interest
est interest of the girls in the work is largely
due to the efficiency of their teacher.

The course that would have been

used this year:

One-third of each period in cooking

The Postal Telegraph Company will
cut the Western Union out at Red Red-dick
dick Red-dick if the latter company doesn't
step lively. -The Postal offers to take

and send Reddick messages by tele telephone
phone telephone until it can put in a wire. Some
hustle to the Postal, which is willing
tp spend money now to secure busi business
ness business later on. 1.

Messrs. Crosby and Henderson, Ma Ma-rioii
rioii Ma-rioii s representatives in the legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, were in the city Saturday. Mar Marion
ion Marion county will distinguish itself by
sending -two. farmers, to Tallahassee
thi.n session. Messrs. Crosby and Hen Henderson
derson Henderson are two honorable and practi practical
cal practical men, both qualified by service on
the board of county commissioners to
well understand what their consti

tuents need. In the five or six weeks
before the legislature meets, they
v.-ir.h to meet as many of their fellow
citizens as possible, and obtain their
vicv.'s cn needed legislation.

Many of our sportsmen were out in
the woods Saturday, making the best
use of the last day of the hunting
season. Birds were plentiful in this
territory this winter, and though the
hunters have been busy they do not
seem to have thinned them out much;

Professor George Stuart informs

the Star of the death at Winter Hav Haven
en Haven of Mr. Arch Pifer. Mr. Pifer was
about 75 years old. He ( was for a
long time a resident of Anthony, and
wa s well known to many people in

Marion county. v.

Secretary Eboney and the Board of
Trails are working hard to, havs the
tclcrav.h cice restored to ReAdick.
Cutting out such an important place

..l-vs mighty bad business judgment
re nowhere, and it is more than likely

t the railroad commission will in

zi that the office be restored.

Every day we hear a new joke at

ths expense of the Ford. And every

day somebody buys one.

There never has been a time in the
history cf the world when a home

cculd be made so comfortable at such

Before the kaiser's armies in East
Prussia have time to breathe after

their victory, the Russians are com

ing again. Defeating them seems to

be like shooting into a sand-bank.

. Saturday, February, 20th,, was the

fifty-first anniversary of the battle of
01ustee,'the fight that for awhile roll

ed back the tide of invasion in Florida.

The Star has received from Tampa

a Dokay postcard, which could only

have been sent by Sunny Jim Robin
son. .-. .. .v

In company with Superintendent
Brinson, a Star reporter had the
pleasure of visiting the primary and
high schools this morning.

The reporter made the date with
Mr. Brinson two weeks ago. Looking j
at his watch at 8:30, he reached for
the phone to call the superintendent!'

up, and just then the door opened and I
that gentleman walked in. Some j
punctual. j.

The self-appointed delegation of s
two visited the primary school first, j
The lower grades were all in the big
joint- class-room, carrying out the!

Washington birthday exercises, which

with patriotic songs, waving of flags
and marching by the children, were

very pretty and appropriate.

An inspection of the building show

ed everything neat as a new pin. Miss

Stevens, the principal, said everything
worked smoothly and teachers and

pupils are very comfortable and con- J

tented in their made-over home, so been made, and until they are, not only

much bigger and more convenient is the building illuminated by day day-than
than day-than before. liirht alone but the fire alarm svstem

While the visitors were present, is useless. The building is very safe, devoted to theory work.

the city physician arrived, and all the however, and instructions have been The cooking of vegetables. Dis

grades thru regularly appointed dele given out in the class rooms, tho the cussion of theory; homes recipes; sug

gates, brought in reports to him. school has not yet had a general fire gestions for home application; how to

The teachers, scholars and their! drill. Neither has the telephone sys- wash dishes.

friends have combined, raised $25 and tem been installed, and hardly will be I 2- Making use of left-over vegetar

bought some interesting and instruct- this year. There has been some fbles; theory work, home application.

ive books, flags for their exercises and trouble with the heating apparatus. 3- Making use of left-over bread;

other things, that they are putting to but it is being remedied. All things milk toast made in. class; theory of

the best of use. considered, the buildimr is in erood ome application

While all the rest of the school eel- shape, and the deficiencies can be 4- Making use of left-over meat;

ebrated Washington's birthdav. the made traod dnrinn- the holidavs. hot meat sandwiches made m class;

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fifth grade intends to preserve from The .remainder of this article is the theory; home application

neglect the memory of another great work of the Star's society editor, Miss Making use oi leit-overs ior

American, and next Monday will cele- Annie Atkinson. '. soups; plam tomato soup made in
brate the birthdav of Longfellow. On , ciass; cream soup; making of several

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hearing of this, the renorter nut one J w. kinds in class; theory; discussion;

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ovpr on Mr. Brinsnn. "That will he AIie "rBt inree S home application.

on thp 29th" ho ;aid md Mr Brin- Puolic school are under the supervis- Scalloped Dishes: Eggs and ham

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son assented, and did not think to 1011 0i iUlbS cwvw,! WIlose Theory work, umerenr parts 01 tne

wrvor. Vn'rvicolf nr?l Af 4n-tfio lmll "eiicy as u primary principal uas. uc- sinK ana HOW It' snoum De taKen care

Vwa.4V'VV ill illu v J.. UiiVU V wa V Hi va.aw a.Ma.ae i al

A tflflw ArtsAitA dP.serint.inn of the casioned state-wide recognition. A 0f

nrimarvWnftV xcnrlr will ho fmmdl visit to the primary building, modern Preparation of Omelets: Plain ome

further on in this article in architecture, revealed to the writer iet made in class; theory; note book

, the up-to-date methods usea by the work.

iiign. cscnooi uorKing csmooimy faculty and those combined with Baking of Pop-Overs: Home recipes
Going on to the high school, the thoroughness in which they are taught j and suggestions for home application.

visitors found everything in applepie and the constant study and undivided Baking of Cream Puffs: Discussion
order.; Principal Cassels, an entire, interest in the pupils shown by Miss Df theory; note book work, review

stranger a few months ago, fitted Stevens and her co-workers have rais- work

right into his work, and has found ed the school to the high standard J preparation of Puddings: Fruit,

favor with his fellow teachers, schol- that it has attained, which is not ex- tapioca pudding made in school; note

ars and patrons. Mr. Cassels is a be-celled by any in the state. Ibook work; review questions.

never m individualism, and so far as Daily medical inspection by the city Preparation of Beef Loaf: Beef

system will allow; tries to give play to physician was inaugurated last term loaf made in school: discussion of

the characteristics of his scholars. and its practice has brought marked theory.

On being asked how the new build- results. 'There are committees, in the Salads and Salad Dressing: Cab-

ing suited, Mr. Cassels said that ev- student body, on personal hygiene, bage salad made in school ; sugges-

erything w-as very nearly all right grounds and house. The first includes j tions for home application. ;

and with the exception of a little teeth, hands and eyes; the second, j Puddings and Sauces: Sago pudding

crudeness and roughness always in-1 trash, standing water and sunny days; jand grape sree made jn class.

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separable to a new Dunamg, mere tnira, aust, aire, nies ana mosquitoes. 1 uermatf Ipast: Tionie recipes; re

was no ground for complaint. The grades have their board of health view 4 questions.

The visitors went thru the class- meetings each Friday and the reports Suggestions for Luncheons: Boiling

rooms finding bright and busy people are not only made at that time but potatoes; mashed potatoes; discussion

in all of them, steadily at work polish- are given according to parliamentary of theory; baking potatoes; baked po

mg the comers otr young Americans, rule, each having its board of health tato pufiTs; discussion of theory; note

Both had hoped to find the cooking officers who preside. The ward com- book work; suggestions for home ap

department, and to secure a square mittees! do actiye work and their re-1 plication.

meal, prepared by the dainty fingers ports are based solely on the duties Preparation of Cereals: Oat mea

of Ocala's future housewives. But they have performed. The pupils are mush with apples made in class.

while the cooking room was m fine graded accordingly. v Preparation of Macaroni: Baked

order with its neat little stoves, v cup-j The school is preparing for a health macaroni with cheese made in class

boards, safes, sinks and tables, and exhibit. A sanitary and unsanitary Suggestions for Simple fBinner

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Messrs. Mclver & MacKay of Ocala

have broken the ground and are now

in the course of constructing the

handsome residence of Mr. and Mrs

O. J. Hetch. When completed it wil

be one of the show places of the town

Mr. Hetch is a young business man
who has made good.- Leesburg notes

in Times-Union.

imposing array of utensils, it was like

a body without soul, for the gas con connections
nections connections hadn't been made.!
Mr. Brinson said it was hoped to
repair this omission at once, and it
should be done, for the school year is
more than half gone, and it takes as
long to train a good cook as to train a
soldier.
Electrical connections have not yet

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Greeting!
I come from the vigorous Northland;, the home oflndian maize.
My nature is Corn pearly white Corn; and by a skillful process l am
made delicately sweet and attractive. Often am I complimented on possess possessing
ing possessing superior qualities to any other flaked food.
My name is

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I am loved by thousands for myself alone, but you and I, Queen Fruit,
form a combination irresistible.

lernlnn, Noon and Niolit and between time

house, with furnishings to harmonize, Preparation and serving simple din-

has been built on miniature plans, and ner to guests; griddle cakes; bread
dolls dressed, correctly and incorrect- griddle cakes made" in school; note

ly. At pie board meetings if the book work. .

pupils vote negatively they are re- Baking Muffins: Graham muffins

quired to give their reasons and the made in school; theory; discussion.

same method is used in preparing the Corn Meal Mixtures: Corn cakes

exhibit. They must tell why certain made in school.

articles are used or not used, as the Baking of Ginger Bread: Discus

case may be. A number of instructive sion of theory; note book work.

placards have been collected. Boys Baking powder biscuits; meat pie

are taught manual training on Thurs- made in class; preparatiqn of short

day afternoons and girls hand work cake; peach short cake made in class

on Tuesday afternoons. Several pieces theory; discussion.

of furniture m the building have been Bread Baking: Beaten bread made

made by the boys and they are quite in class; discussion of theory.

pretty and very useful. Baking. Yeast Biscuits: Clover Leaf

It is the only school m the state biscuits made in school; discussion of

where pupils are given credit for theory; note book work; reviews..

reading done at home. The school Quick Cake and Chocolate: Discus

library is small but the books are m sion of theory; note book work.'

use continually. Fortnightly a noted Theory work includes composition

artist is studied and the pupils are care, classification, cost and digestion

fast becoming familiar with all of the I 0f food stuffs and balanced ration,

famous pictures. Lessons are given Also study how to buy and have prac

in nature work, the pretty window tical experience in marketing. Then

boxes in all of the rooms being visible I we have discussions on care of kitch

evidence of the interest manifested, en, dining room, ice box, pantry, etc.

The children make a specialty of one

plant at home

Miss Stevens is endeavoring to have
the school work carried into the home
and home interests to -school. Class

Household hygiene, in general and a

course in serving is included in firs

year's work.

Course of Study in Domestic Art

1. Elementarv stitches. Hemmin?

spirit is encouraged. On Fridays vis- of tea towela and rfish cloth for

uors are weicomea ana parents snoum domestic sciene.

uvrfij uivn uie opiWriumiy H;2. Study of textiles. Cotton, its

visiting their children in the school! growth, culture in the U. S., baling

luum. t a nr -e a 1 1

and cloth. Common cotton materials

1

Below will be found the course of j every girl should know.

study in home economics for the Ocala 3. Making linen bags, using ele

high school. This department was in- mentary stitches.

troduced this year and the work was 4. Making samples for note book

it, and there are now, including the button holes; seams; placket.

girls of the high school elected to take j 5. Making of teddy bears. Mostly

it, and theer are now, including the
girls of the seventh and eighth grades,
about one hundred girls pursuing this
course. It was expected when the
course was added that many would
elect the work and wish to drop it as
soon as the newness wore off. The
interest has seemed to increase rather
than flag.
The school is fortunate in having
such a splendid equipment with which
to begin the work of this department.
Including the expense of plumbing,
this equipment cost more than $500.
For domestic art, there are ten sew sewing
ing sewing tables, twenty chairs and four of
the latest model Singer sewing ma machines;
chines; machines; for domestic science, there are
five four-pupil cooking tables. These
are of the latest design with complete
table and pantry equipment. For this
department there are also twenty
white 'enameled stools, 20 individual
gas burners, two kitchen cabinets and

hand work; whipping on of lace and

fell seams.

6. Mending and darning. How to

mend different kinds of materials

bringing garments from home to mend

and stockings to darn, also from home

Textile study: Flax; study in same

manner. Methods of adulteration o
our common materials and ways o

testing them. Chemicals and simple

home tests for fibers.

7. Ethics of purchase of under

wear. Sweat shop conditions. Why

home made garments are better than
ready s made. Materials suitable for
underwear. Decoration of underwear.
8. Making of underskirt using
commercial pattern. :
Textile study: Silk, study in same;
manner and culture of growth; manu manufacture
facture manufacture of thread, clcth, .silk dyeing
and finishing; common silk materials.

(Concluded' cn Fourth Page)

medicine roF
'i4iedr cold.?

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STOP that cold.
If you don't you may have pneumonia and
die.
This is plain talk, but you had better heed our
warning.
When you come to us for medicines for your
cold or anything else wrong with you, we sell
you the best preparations science and honesty
can compound.
. Mfl-Moiiopoi Pfiiu
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
"WE TAKE CARE

and that is where your profit is made
1 on the farm

This No. 45 Deera Corn Planter makes an ace,: ace,:-rate
rate ace,:-rate edgo, drop' and Avill '"pay for .itself in thirty
acres of corn arid make a better crop.

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CJiPITiiL STOCK 350,000.00.
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Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is take!! !3
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ours. Let t -have
your custom we deserve it.

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JACKSONVILLE, CHICAGO and
Re-Established January 6, 1913
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9:35 AM Lv... ...Jacksonville
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j Hidden defects in roofing

. J :r.' r-1 nmnimrvftii nin th nclr rt finrifntr rir it rlr r-te

after it is on the roof. It costs no more to get a writ written
ten written guarantee with the best responsibility behind it.

Buy materials that last

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u guaranteed m writing 5 years for l-ply,
10 years for 2-pljr, and 15 years for 3 -ply,
and the responsibility of our big mills
stands behind this guarantee. Its qual quality
ity quality i3 the highest arid its price the most'
reasonable.
General Roofing Hfg. Company'
World' lanjett manufacturer of llooliuQ
, and Building Paper
flew Yerk City Btoa Ctkajo FUisbarza
Ptdt!plia Atlanta Cleveland Detroit
L laoi Cincinnati KassCity fc!;nal?
SwFraadcca SeattI Loodoo Has&&rz Sj&aej

At each of our bfe milts we make the fol following
lowing following guaranteed products :
Asphalt Roofunr all rraclea mod prices)
Slate Surfaced Shingles
Asphalt r cits
Deadening: Felts
Tarred Felts
Braiding- Papers
Insulating Papers
Wall Board.
risatic Roofinir Cement
Asphalt Cement
Roof Coatinar
Metal Paints
, Outdoor Paints
Shine le Stains
Tar Coating

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OCALA SOCIAL Ar T AlKo I m.w

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

S an American Tour, will be

One of the Attractions at the j
Ocala Chautauqua

Mr. T. S. Trantham will arrive to tonight
night tonight from Tallahassee and will be
the giest until Thursday of Mr. M. L.
Mershon. Mr. Trantham comes to
claim the hand of one of Ocala's fair fairest
est fairest daughters, Miss Josephine Van
Bullock. The wedding will be a
beautiful event of Thursday evening.
Mrs. H. W. Walters, Misses Edith
Williams, Gertie Peyser, Justina
Rhody, Mr. Ed Tucker and Dr. E. G.
Lindner today attended the Wash Washington
ington Washington celebration in Eustis, motor

ing down after early breakfast.

Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Kirkland and
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ditto enjoyed

camp life at Lake Bryant Saturday
night, returning home yesterday.

lit. Jit-v. Abbott Charles, Pres. He v. Father Uk- Addict, Director.

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Five Miles West of Dade City and One Mile East of San Antonio 1
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889 I
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES j
. $225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS :
U. 8. POST OFFICII,' TETjEGIL PII, TKLEPHOXE,' EXPRESS and J
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TER OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1 914 j
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA

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Soda Water. Cigars, and Cigarettes

will be soldonly for fflQH Hprp5lftPr
m if ii ii i n i mi in imniiiw XtlOsJL llCl VCillV1

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By J, J. GERIG, Proprietor

HtU-O WIFE. LtTS HAVE
A N1CC STEM TOWIGHT
YOU KNOW WHERE TO GET

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j Raised
J From an ferrand Boy
j On Our pleats
is Performed Some Sue Sue-eessful
eessful Sue-eessful Commercial Feats

v:.;;;;o;:';when.':v;
The Pangs of Hunger
Demand a Steiak
I ORDER IT- HERE
You'll Make No Mistake

' W. H. MARSH
Phone 108 Next to 0. K. Grocery

ACCUICAOY SECURITY

Marion-: County:: Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1882.
' GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,;
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Paokinpc and Storing
.Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
aiul Safes,
Iki'gago Service
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i superior to Piaster

or Ceiling i

Quality or Price
IXVESJGATE.

COLLEEK BEOS., Proprietors.

Mrs. J. H. Beville of Gainesville
arrived Saturday, to visit her sister,
Mrs. Julia Haisley for a week.
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The excellent report of the Ocala
Woman's Club, given on reciprocity
day by Mrs. R. A. Burford, vice pres president,
ident, president, was published on the federation
pages yesterday of the Times-Union
and Tampa Tribune.
The Methodist sewing circle en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a delightful meeting this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mrs. Lee Kirby-Smith and daun daun-ter
ter daun-ter Elizabeth, of Jacksonville, are ex expected
pected expected Wednesday to visit their uficle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ander Anderson.
son. Anderson. Mrs. Kirby-Smith formerly Ve-

sided in this city and her visit, whi6h the state witness it.

will be the first since moving to Jack-K

sonville with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Anderson fives years ago,
will be a source of pleasure to her
circle of friends, among which she
was a favorite.
a a
Yesterday afternoon while skating,
Miss Carolyn Borden fell and broke
her left arm below the elbow. A
physician' was called and the arm
dressed and bandaged. The young
lady was; plucky enough to go to
school this morning.
Born last night to Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Booher, a son.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at 3
o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the
Baptist church.

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Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Fluck, who have
been spending the past few months in
Ocala, left today for their home in
Quakertown, Pa.

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Linthicum
of Chicago, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. McGuire at the Harrington.
Mr. Linthicum is, a prominent attor attorney
ney attorney of the Windy City and has charge
of the patent department of the
United Steel Corporation.
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Mrs J. R. Durrance of Tarpon
Springs, formerly Miss America Pil Pil-lans
lans Pil-lans of Electra, is critically ill at the
Gordon Keller ? hospital in Tampa,
where she underwent an operation last
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Miss Ethel Crosby is ill with grip
at her home on Oklawaha. Her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crosby, are
now convalescing from a severe at attack
tack attack of the malady.
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The Eastern Star sewing circle will
hold a business meeting at Yonge's
hall Wednesday ; afternoon at 3:30

o'clock:

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Medical.: Surgical, 'Hydropathic .-:-
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.

.::ivru More Fully Equipped-and will be Hun
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Mrs. C T. Priest of Anthony left

yesterday for Tallahassee. Mrs.
Priest was nominated by the Woman's
Club here ashewinner of its scholar scholarship,
ship, scholarship, to the heme economics short
course for.'hQUsekeepers to, be held at
the Woman's College, Feb. 23 to Mch.
5th. The scholarship was offered by
the social service committee of which'

Mrs. R. S. Hall is chairman
'

-J!sAjanarBaT secretary of

the National Home Economics Asso Association,
ciation, Association, after a short visit in Ocala,
left yesterday for Jacksonville, thence
going either to DeLand or Lake City.
While here she was the guest of Mrs.
W. T. Gary.

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: Miss Hope Robinson will sail from
New York Wednesday, reaching home
Sunday afternoon. Miss Robinson has
been the guest of her sister, Mrs. E.

J. Mills-Price in Boston and other

relatives in Massachusetts since mid midsummer,
summer, midsummer, and on her return will be
cordially welcomed by her host of
friends.
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Miss Lelia Wood of Birmingham,
Ala., is an attractive visitor, the guest
of Miss Josephine Van Bullock, com coming
ing coming especially to be in the wedding

of her hostess Thursday evening. Miss
Wood visited Miss Bullock three win winters
ters winters ago and her return visit will be
a source of pleasure to friends.
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Mr. B. S. Weathers of Jacksonville
took advantage of a bank holiday fol following
lowing following Sunday, to pay a visit to his
parents, Mr. and Mrs- B. A. Weathers.
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The Tribune, in speaking of the
meeting of the Tampa Woman's Club
next Thursday, says: "Adding to the
interest of the afternoon will be the
presence of two visitors, prominent

in clubdom, Mrs. William Hocker, the

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ditto and son,

Trank, Jr., Mrs. Mamie Fox, Mrs.'Al-

varado DeVane and M -s. Port Leaven Leaven-good
good Leaven-good went to Eustis today to be
present at the TVah1 igton birthday
ceremonies. This ce ebration is an
annual event at Eu: tis and large

crowds of people fror all sections of

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Mrs. Walter Green and baby arriv-

edtoday from Plant City to visit Mrs.
C. E. Ahearn for a week. Mrs. Green,
as Miss Tommie Moody, several times
visited in the city the guest of Miss
Josephine Bullock, and she comes es especially
pecially especially to be an attendant at the
wedding of Miss Bullock Thursday.
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Mrs. L. K. Braddock and daughter
of Fernandina are visiting Mrs. Brad Brad-dock's
dock's Brad-dock's sister, Mrs. Walter Wells.

ex-president of the Florida Federa- j
tion of Woman's Clubs, and her sister,
Mrs. E. H. Mote, the chairman of the j
music department of the federation.! 1
The interesting feature will be a soni

to be given by Mrs. Mote."
Ocalan Weds in Tampa
Of interest to many in the city will
be the following extracts from the
wedding account in the Tribune:
"At the residence of Mr. and Mrs.

Sam Gordon, Wednesday evening at 8:

o'clock, a very pretty wedding took
place, when Mis3 Rachel Thrilling, of

Ocala, and Mr. Edward H. Peters, of
Sanford, were united in marriage.

The reception room, where the cere

mony took place as well as the other

rooms, were decorated in pink and
green, carnations and asparagus fern
being used. To the strains of the
wedding march from Lohengrin the
bride and groom entered from oppo opposite
site opposite doors, and proceeded to the im improvised
provised improvised altar, where Rev. Dr. Shap Shap-po
po Shap-po met them and performed the cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. The bride looked beautiful in
her traveling suit of dark blue with
accessories to match. Her shower

bouquet was of lilies-of the-valley and

white roses
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From every corner of the
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come reports of Great'
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right ; second," that the
proper materials are
used; third, that 'these
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The exclusive HEAVY
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OCALA FLA,

Dr. Ruth S. ArnoM
OSTEOPATH
Phone 45

Colonial Hotel,

Ocala, Fla.

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Emb aimer

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

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

219 WEST BROADWAY

THE $50,000 HAND,

This hand has had thirty years of j

incessant training, coupled with the
inborn soul of the artist fashioned it.
It does not appear very different
from other well developed hands. But
it Carries power and expresses thru
the violin such exquisite beauty and

marvelous tone pictures which the

player sees and feels as he interprets

work of the masters.

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cent magnificent Stradivarius violin costing him
$13,000. Don't miss his wonderful
musical treat. Nothing like it ever
before in our city.

TICKET SELLING WEEK

Tot the Sixty Citizens Pledged to the
Chautauqua:
What are each of you doing to
make this occasion a success? Let
us all get busy. 'It means for each
signer to sell only six season tickets
to make our pledge good. Remem Remember,
ber, Remember, only seventeen more days until
it opens. We must get busy and get
this money in the bank. Rally now
every one and let this week be Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua ticket selling week.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.

LENTEN MEETINGS

Under the Auspices of the Woman's
Auxiliary of Grace Episcopal
Church
The first of a series of Lenten stud studies
ies studies or meetings to be given weekly,
under the auspices of the Woman's
Auxiliary, will be held on Tuesday
next, Feb. 23rd, at 3:30 at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. Garrett. The- topic
chosen is the missionary work of
China. Mrs. Garrett has kindly con consented
sented consented to give a talk or lecture upon
the subject, illustrated by moving pic pictures.
tures. pictures. Mrs. Garrett, who has been a
missionary to that country for many
years, and who will soon return to her
chosen field of labor, is perfectly fam familiar
iliar familiar with the subject, and the meet meeting
ing meeting is being looked forward to with
interest and pleasure. The ladie3 of
the church, and auxiliary, and any
others interested in the subject will
be cordially welcomed. The other
meetings during the Lenten season
will be held on Tuesday of each week.
They will be addressed by Dr. Van
Hood, Mrs. Fannie Bridges and others
whose names will be announced later.
Every one interested will we welcom welcomed.
ed. welcomed. Mrs. Bittinger, Sec'y.

W. Iv. Iane, M. T., TliyIcixin and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.

Our prescription department is our
pride. Ask the doctor. The Court
Pharmacy. 17-Ct

Good Baking Powder and Good
Flour Go Hand In Hand
We sell 'Calumet Baking Powder and Henry
Clay Flour to you under a "Money Back Guar Guarantee."
antee." Guarantee." Get a can of this well known brand today, and
See if it does not do all and More than is claimed

for It. "BEST BY TEST." both FInnr nnrl RnfeSnrf

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rowders.
CARN-THOMAS COMPANY.

IIOOM AXI liATII FOIt A DOLLAR ANI A HALF

CAiLi ihi(Q) llJSiil

Ocala, .. FIopM

Restaurant with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
ELEOTIUC ELEVATOIi SERVICE PHONES IX ALL ROOM
LOTUS Mo LCDMCB
MANAGER
The only Hotel on the Square

ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF

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Jacksonville, Florida

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DISTINCTIVELY DELIGHTFUL'
"COMFORT FIRST"
v EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLANS
'Am Fm WILSON, MGR. T. M. WILSON, PROP.

who owns the dwelling the business property that t stands in
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your name?
of course you think that you do; but are you right?

the question is worth considering, it involves the origin srsd ti e
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the beginning of civilization no man owned any definite part cf
the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections cf it;
homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plentiful fcr

individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particular ej

florida title and abstract corporation

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Tne i To a Person Who Priiles
Laundry Dimsell Oil Els iZVLZZ'i
Xhat Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that no no-Malces
Malces no-Malces eessity is Oar BnsincsSa
ocaia I Ocala Steam LaiiEiSv
f 402-104 S. 3Iain Street Phono 3 01.
Famous : ocala, Florida

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OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

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

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residence. to the'corr.cr cf m
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K. of P. meet tonight;

PRIMARY AND HIGH
SCHOOLS ARE PROSPEROUS

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Six room cottage on
South Third street; can give im immediate
mediate immediate possession. Phone 137. 6t

Elks meet tomorrow night
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

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Moose meet Thursday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

9. Drafting simple shirt waist pat pattern;
tern; pattern; making of simple shirt waist.
Textile study: Wool, study in same;
manner of culture, growth and manu manufacture;
facture; manufacture; common woolen and worsted
materials; comparison of wool, cotton,
silk and flax.

Pythian Sisters meet tomorrow af j jq The hygiene of clothing; care

ternoon.

Board of Trade
evening.

meets Thursday

Cut glass, beautiful designs, at The
Murray Company 18-3t
A lot of new novels at The Murray
Company. 18-3t

Mr. Whit Palmer returned this
morning from a short visit to Tampa,
comjbining business with pleasure.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

FOR RENT Furnished rooms, one
block from the square, next to post post-office,
office, post-office, 111 E. Washington St. 19-6t
FURNISHED ROOMS For rent for
light housekeeping; newly papered
and painted; rates reasonable; cor corner
ner corner Adams and North Main street;
near postoffice. Apply on premises,
or to Charles McLucas, at Ocala
House Barbershop. 17-6t

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unless you see what you
are getting. We want you
to see Marion County.
You will; we think, be
delighted with the hills,
the lakes and the rivers.
Examine the soils. You
will find them as good
as the best in Florida, as
reference to the state
geological reports will
show.
See what the agricultur agricultural
al agricultural possibilities are.
Compare the price of
our land with the price
of land elsewhere.
If you are going to farm,
why should you cut your
profit margin by purch purchasing
asing purchasing poor land, or in investing
vesting investing too heavily?
LOIHS R. CHAZAL
& SONS CO.
DEAL ESTATE

Holder Building
Telephone 228

P. O. Box 475
Ocala, Fla.

Virginia Style
Smoked Hams
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND, DELIVERED

a leelL Packing Co.

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Ccrcliaats & Miners Trans, Co.
StcairisMp Lines
Jacksonville
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Boston
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia

of clothing.
11. Making of simple wash dress.
Where and When Shall Domestic Sci Sci-.
. Sci-. ence be Introduced
In connection with this subject the
following lecture by Clifford J. Rol Rol-ston
ston Rol-ston cf Macon, Ga., is published at
the request of Principal Cassels:
ence as a part of the education of wo

man is assured. Any curriculum:

i which does not include training for the

home ignores the center about which
her life necessarily revolves.
Some of the home talents are in innate
nate innate and develope naturally, but oth others
ers others need training to bring about their
development.
A woman who assumes the responsir
bilities of managing a home without
previous training, soon discovers her
limitations. Considering the serious seriousness
ness seriousness of the undertaking and the fact
that the responsibility of caring for
children in their early life usually

comes to women young in years and
experience, it would seem that some
prepaartion, other than intuition,
should be had in order to aid in the

discharge of this great and vital re

sponsibility.

The family is a business organiza organization,
tion, organization, the social unit, and an ethical
force.
The woman is an administrative offi officer
cer officer of the family; she disburses the
funds for carrying on the business of

home-making. Society has failed to
recognize what an important factor
the woman is in the family as a busi business
ness business organization; it has not appreci appreciated
ated appreciated the variety and extent of the
demands made upon her, and it has
failed to realize the importance of
providing means for her training, for
efficiency in the home.
If her mother possesses the neces necessary
sary necessary knowledge and the inclination to
teach her daughter, and if the daugh daughter
ter daughter has the strength, time and incli inclination
nation inclination to profit by her mother's in instruction,
struction, instruction, well and good. In very few
homes, however, are the girls getting
the training so essential to their fu future
ture future welfare.
In most instances the girl go'.s .to
school, with such training as oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity and application have given her
into her new home and assumes the

responsibilities and duties of a home-U

maker. From a life of 'limited re responsibilities
sponsibilities responsibilities she passes at once into
another whose responsibilities fail to
appall her because of her ignorance
of what is involved in the charge.
In considering the duties of the
home maker it will be seen that they
group themselves about certain in

dustries and forms of activity in the
home. These activities may be class classified
ified classified under the heads of household
management, which includes the

house, its construction, sanitation,
decoration and furnishing, shopping,
nursing, keeping accounts, repairing,
sociology, economics and business law;

domestic science which includes a
knowledge of physics, chemistry, phy physiology
siology physiology and hygiene, dietetics, bacter bacteriology,
iology, bacteriology, biology, laundering, cooking

and serving meals; domestic art,
which includes design, sewing, dress-

ma king and millmerv. It is all wo

man's work, and there is no reason

why she should not run her household
on scientific and artistic principles.
In the business world men are ever
ready to take advantage of any new
method of keeping books, filing or cat cataloging.
aloging. cataloging. They are constantly on the
lookout for new discoveries and inven inventions
tions inventions that will enable them to dis distance
tance distance their competitors. No business

man expects success, without system,
organization, knowledge and principles
upon which to base his plans.

If woman is to be trained to run her
household scientifically and artistic

ally, to know the true meaning of
home-life, the subjects must be

broue-ht into the cirriculum of our

schools.

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. Gt
FOR RENT A five-room cottage
with all modern conveniences, on
South Second street, east. Apply

at Star office. dh tf

FOR RENT Well locaxed and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ionial. 7-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 Mun-roe
roe 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

FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-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

FOR SALE CHEAP Regal under-

sung roadster; good condition; rea reasonable
sonable reasonable terms. F. D. Lansford. 19-tf

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Dr. IL A. Briggs of Asheville, N. C,
ccncluded a delightful visit of several
days to Mr. Clarence Camp and fam family
ily family yesterday, leaving for other points
in the state before returning home.
The Methodist sewing circle enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed a delightful meeting this after afternoon
noon afternoon with Mrs. Bamett on Tuscawilla
st -eet.
The members of the Presbyterian
s'T-ing circle enjoyed this afternoon
o; 2 of the most delightful meetings of
the n inter. Their hostess was Mrs.
J. C. Smith and the meeting was held
at the Japanese tea room. Fruit
punch, rice wafers, and devil's food
cake were served, and joining the
members in time for refreshments
were several other friends of the

hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Roach
Hocker are being showered with con congratulations
gratulations congratulations on the arrival of a fine

young son this morning at 4 o clock
at their home on South Second street.
The little lad has been given the
name James Montgomery for his ma maternal
ternal maternal grandfather. Master Hocker is
his parents' first born, the only grand grandchild
child grandchild on his mother's side and the
only grandson by the name of Hocker
on his father's side.
The reading club "will meet tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. C. L. Gams Gams-by.
by. Gams-by. Miss Annie Atkinson kept open
house yesterday afternoon, thus af affording
fording affording the young men of the city an
opportunity to meet her guest, Miss
Mary Wyatt Galbraith of Galbraith
Springs, Tenn., who is a most charm charming
ing charming and interesting visitor.
The Ladies Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian church will observe
a day of prayer for the colleges to

morrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.

Everyone cordially invited.

Miss Helena Wade of Riverside,

Jacksonville and Miss Louvinia Land

ers of Newcastle, Ind., are the guests
of Mrs. E. A. Osborn for a couple of

weeks.

Mrs. W, C. Galbraith of Williston

is the guest of her sister, Mrs. G. C.

Adams for a few weeks.

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

The Victim.
JL gentlemen's agreement usually

means that the third gentleman is go

ng to get stuns Atchison Globe.

Virginia Style
Smoked Hams

(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND, DELIVERED

Ocala Ice & Packing Co.

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UNDERTAKERS and ESiBALMERS

fine Caskets and Burial Robes.

D. E. McIVEIt and C. V. ROBERTS

Funeral Directors

All Work. Done by Licensed Embal-

mers and Fully- Guaranteed

PHONES

D. E. McIVEK ,104

V. ROBERTS 305

Tndprtakincr Office i5

New
service.

steamers.
Wireless

Low Fares. Best

telegraph on all

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

COLDS AND CROUP JN CHILDREN

steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
II. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Com'l. Agent.
J. F. WARD, T P. A.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street.
Jacksonville, Fla.

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CARPENTER AND BtilLDER

l'uI Estimates Made on all Con-

". :k. Gives I lore and Better
- Tonv tl'-zn Any Other

Cit:

Many people rely upon Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy impliedly in cas

es of colds and croup, aid it never
disappoints them. Mrs. E. H. Thomas

of Lo?arisrort. Ind.. writes: "I have

found Chamberlain's (Jougn Kemeay

to be the best medicine for colds and

croup I have ever used, and never tire

of recommendmcr it to my friends ana

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 al

dealers. Adv

The best gin ncKey in the city is

served at Johnny's Place. 22-tf

nOW TO PREVENT

BILIOUS ATTACKS

"Coming events cast their shadow

before." This is especially true o

bilious attacks. Your appetite wil'

fail, you will feel dull and languid.
If you are subject to bilious attacks

take three of Chamberlain's Tablets
as -oon as these symptoms appear and
the "ttaa1- ""jay be warded eff For

Give Your Blood

Ths Vital Span!

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Drive Out Impurities and

Make the Skin Smooth
and Clear.

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Toisons In the blood, so undermine t"h

health as to leave the sjstem in a low
state of resistance. But use S. R. S. for

a brief time .and tou flare tip the vital

spark of Wood Tiger. It sweeps its way
all through the body, dislodges rheumatism,
reliefs catarrhal congestion, clears tht
throat f.n i 1 rerch'.al tubes, dries np all

ekm eruption:?, enables the kidney?, liver,
bladder and l-m's t wrk promptly, and

effect! velv in csrrvins: ir;;iuriti a out of the

c!rcti!at!cn. S. S. S. is the best known

tsedierse -r the bhK.d and Has the confi

dence cf a host cf people. Tbev knro

it is hartnl-sH to the storuaea and exper

ience 1 as shown that it aeec-mpHslies all

that was ever c.tnected of merenry, iodide

tit notash. arsenic and other destructive

mir.-raK

C.'t ,i l-.-t;;-' cf H. s. s. to. lav at any
dre".'i-:t. He.T.i the imrortant. folder wrap-

rfT. firound th? brittle. It tells of the

wor bein;' .:- ne by a famons medical de de-n
n de-n art to cut. with Rids end h.vlr that have
?roveu cf wonderful vcAv.o t those mf mf-ffrintr
ffrintr mf-ffrintr with b-ced tYisv F. r a ?pecfa!

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,

in and for Marion County.

State of Florida vs. Citv of Ucala. a

Municipal Corporation Organized

and Existing Under the Laws of

the State of Florida, of Marion

Countv. and State of Florida.

Notice is hereby given that on the

19th day of February, A. D. 1915, at

the hour of nine o'clock a. in the
circuit court room, at the Marion
county court house, in Ocala, Marion

county, Florida, before the Honorable

W. S. Bullock, judge of the above

styled court, the above cause will be

heard, at which time and place any

person interested may show cause, if

any there be, why tne Donas nerem
after mentioned should not be con

firmed and validated; the said bonds
to be issued by the city of Ocala in

the sum of one hundred thousand dol

lars, bearing five per cent interest per

annum, said interest payable semi

annually at the office of the city treas

urer of the city of Ocala; said bonds

to be dated January 1st, A. U. 1915;

33,000 worth of said bonds to ma

ture ten years from said date; $33,000

worth of said bonds to mature twenty
years from said date: and $34,000

worth of said bonds to mature thirty

years from said date; said bonds to be

issued for the purpose of construct constructing
ing constructing sewers within the corporate limits

of said city: said bonds being descnb

ed in a petition in the above styled

cause now on file m the omce of the

clerk of said court.

P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
(Seal) By M. E. Goddard,

8-mon Deputy Clerk.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida

in and for Marion County.

State of Florida vs. City of Ocala, a

Municipal Corporation, Organized
and Existing Under the Laws of

the State of Florida, of Marion

County, and State of Florida.

Notice is hereby given that on the

19th day of February, A. D. 1915, at

the hour of nine o'clock a. m., in the
circuit court room, at the Marion
county courthouse, in Ocala. Marion
county, Florida, before the Honorable

W. S. Bullock, judge of the above

styled court, the above cause will be

heard, at which time and place any

person interested may show cause, if
any there be, why the bonds herein hereinafter
after hereinafter mentioned should not be con

firmed and validated ; the said bonds
to be issued by the city of Ocala in
the sum of seventy-five thousand dol

lars, bearing five per cent interest per
annum, said interest payable semi

annually at the office of the city treas treasurer
urer treasurer of the city of Ocala; said bonds
to be dated January 1st, A. D. 1915;

$25,000 worth of said bonds to mature
ten years from said date; $25,000

worth of said bonds to mature twenty

years from said date; and $2o,000

worth of said bonds to mature thirty

years from said date; said bonds to be
issued for the purpose of erecting and
equipping an electric light station in
connection with the city water works
plant, and extending lines as may be
necessary to furnish the citizens of
Ocala with light and power.
P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
(Seal) By M. E. Goddard,

Deputy Clerk.

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BUYS A DOLLAR'S WORTH at this sale.
The sale lasts all week. Hurry, if you want your share
of the bargains.

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Our prescription department is our
pride. Ask the doctor. The Court
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Importance of Punctuation.
The Boston Transcript, inventing a
neat little lesson in the abuse of the
comma, observes: "Some of our great greatest
est greatest writers' pay no attention to punctu punctuation,
ation, punctuation, but how would they like to be
attended by a red, cross nurse?" -This
shows what may be effected by putting
In a point where it does not belong,
and is opposite of the example in the
old grammars, where leaving out a
period produced the remarkable state statement
ment statement that "King Charles walked and
talked three days after his. head was
cut off."

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Instinct or Reason?
Honey' bees know friends from ene enemies.
mies. enemies. They run their cities on a so so-cial
cial so-cial plan far above that of man, and
so do the ants. The honey bees and
ants can tell the sex in the egg, but
man can't. Is that instinct?
NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the city

council of the city of ucaia, aianon
rmintv. Florida, will anply to the leg

islature of the state of Florida, at the
next session thereof for local or spe special
cial special legislation to change and amend
the city charter of the said city as
follows:
That all taxes which are levied by
said city upon real and personal prop

erty shall be collected substantially
in the same manner provided by law
for the collection of state and county
taxes, or that may be hereafter pro provided,
vided, provided, in so far as the same is appli applicable;
cable; applicable; that the city council of said
city shall be'the equalization board for

said city in such matters and that it
shall be empowered to provide by or ordinance
dinance ordinance for the hearing and adjusting
of all complaints in such matters, and
for the time of assessing and collect collecting
ing collecting such taxes, the opening and clos closing
ing closing of the tax books, the duties of
the tax assessor in relation to the re return
turn return and assessment of property, in
addition to the powers already con conferred
ferred conferred in such matters upon said
council; that any property not taxed
for any year by reason of omission or
error, or that escaped the payment of
the taxes for any year by reason of
such error or omission shall be taxed
the next ensuing year for both the

tax for the year m which such error
or omission occurred in addition to
the taxes for such ensuing year.
To empower said city to levy a spe

cial tax annually not to exceed one

New Home ol the Bazaar
WISH to inform our customers that tha 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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Your ,rderf will have
immediate Attention-

city treasurer and a city collector j ular meeting of the city council sh

elected annually by the city council m

whose powers

such loans to the i taxes

in such

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At 8 mo ;ik' s Waon Shop.

accnrHanre with Law.

nnd duties shall be such as shall be

mill on all property, taxable by said fixed by the city council of said city.

city, for the maintenance or assist- To empower sa-d city to issue m-
ance of hospitals, band concerts, and dustrial bonds not to exceed $50,000,
rest rooms within the corporate limits to encourage and assist in the estab-
of said city, and to secure publicity lishment of factories and enterprises

for said citv. within the corporate limits of said

To empower said city to furnish 1 citv. and to make

electric current and power to all per- owners or parties interested

sons either within or without the. cor- enterprises or factories as may be ap-
porate limits of said city that the proved bv a majority of the bond trus-
city council of said city shall see fit; tee3 of said city, provided the interest
to build, operate and maintain elec- charged on such loans is not to be less
trie trolley lines either within or with- than the interest paid on such bonds,
out the corporate limits of said city To empower the said city to re-

for the transportation of passengers j assess paving and sidewalk special as-

and freight, and to make such charges sessments which may be void by rea rea-for
for rea-for such transportation as said coun- son of irregularities and errors; anc
cil shall see fit, and to issue bonds in to empower the said city U

serve notice on unknown property
owners cr absent property owners by
publication in newspapers when such
property owners may be required to
construct any street or sidewalk pav paving
ing paving on any property by said city.
i That the members of the city coun council
cil council are to each receive the salary of
$15 per month, and that any mem member
ber member absenting himself from any reg-

accordance with law for such purpos

es as in the case of other municipal
purposes.
To empower said city to make and
enter into contracts with any of its
own officers until such a time as the
census of population of said city shall
show it to contain more than 10,COO
inhabitants.
That there shall be a city clerk, a

have the sum of $7.50 deducted frcn
such salary, unless he had first f
cured the written consent of th
president of the council to be absent.
That only the duly qualified an
registered voters of the said city ;h
possess real or personal property sut
ject to taxation by said city to th
amount of $200 and who have paid i'r.

last due thereon shall be rc

mitted to vote in any election ca.'.e
for the purpose of issuing bonds
the said city.
That no franchise cf any klnJ i
be granted by the city of Ocs!--any
person, firm or corporation, v
out the consent of a majority cf
registered voters of the city cf 0:
voting at an election for that j v;r;
called and that any person, -tlrta
corporation desiring to secure
such franchise shall deposit v.r
city clerk of the said city r: :
time as shall be fixed by
council, a sufficient sum of rcc-f.?y;
amount thereof to be fixed by : c:
council, sufficient to defray all t: c
penses of calling and holding ''.''
election.
City-Council cf the City cf O:
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