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

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

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"1 1 '-f"
A.
VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLOEIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1915
NO. 1
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niie mnsiip
FLO R I OA PHOSPHATE
SLEETIRUSSIAMS
S I

i

ADMIT SOME -GEH1I11

BE

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ON STUART BANK BY ASHLEY'S
GANG WHICH' ESCAPED INTO
THE EVERGLADES
1 Miami, Feb. 23, A gang;pf bandits
lead by John Ashley robbed the Stuart
State Bank of $5,000 in broad day daylight
light daylight this morning. The robbers es escaped
caped escaped into the Everglades.
This gan,r of robbers has been ac active
tive active on the east coast for some months
and the authorities seem unable to
cope with them.

BID

IIP

MUCH yANTED ON THE OTHER
SIDE OF THE OCEAN

ZEPPELIN DESTROYED BY EX- ROUGH HANDLING OF FRENCH

PLOSION OF ITS OWN
ENGINES

FORCES NEAR RHEIMS

Washington, Feb. 23. Large ship shipments
ments shipments of Florida phosphate are want-
j : r it i

Paris, Feb. 23 Twenty civilians! arranged, : according to a cablegram!

liifflB j

y d UEJiiijyyuiu

AND HIGH WINDS AFFLICT THE

MIDDLE WESTERN STATES

Chicago, Feb. .23. Severe sleet:

! storms are raging today in the central! PRESSURE

if -nrnin p

FROM GERMANS

SHIPPING SUPPLIES
INTO THIS STATE

Rotterdam, Feb. 23. -Another big) were killed, scores of houses burned j received here from Ambassador Ger- j IJ1MoE tORCE Or RUSSIANS
Zeppelin is reported to have been de-iand other damage done in the latest j ard. j TO HEAD OFF THE GER-

etroyed by an explosion Sunday, says German bombardment of Rheims. Thej Ships Scarce and Rates High j

MAN INVASION

a dispatch from Schiermonnskoog. cathedral was badly damaged. Thej Phosphate shippers and miners

The Zeppelin was Hying northwest! ricut" irencuea souiutmai, uj. xuicwio

over the North Sea. were also Domoaraea oy tne uer-h. amnnt fr n-m;n Mn "c" "VCI

frnm tVio nni-tVvDoct

carry the phosphate, which is not con

are! Petrofrrad. Fh. 23. "RnssLin ?niin

in position to furnish an almost un-in th Nnrpw r? 1W tflM ,iaiui

The fiVhtinf alona' the -Fwht . 1 i tne German efforts to reach Warsaw

- CT via 4-ma chine "fc rrx tMmrl

caiiey in me v osgea continues wunuui

: mans.

!

PRESS ABUSES
ITS PRIVILEGE

decisive result, alAough the French q The main difficulty

I have been compelled to give some

The Germans

were thrust back from Lomzow, with

! the Russians nursuinsr. Jedwadno

states west of the Mississippi with)
the temperature rapidly lowering.;

The storm is moving eastward. Wire

WINNING IN POLAND

Berlin, Feb. 23. The R

service has been 'practically suspend-1 to tadance frm Grodno, but were "re

ed over the section affected.

YELLiriG FDH YAMS

I ties north of Ossowic1 and north of
j Lomza and Casnysz continue. Ak;;;:
jthe Vistula and east of Plock tha Gcr Gcr-:
: Gcr-: mans made further advances toward
i Wyscocrob. The Russians advancing
fnear the Rawa river were repulsed.

! ground.

SUCCESS 0

,in uitr way is iu uixz aamers lO;wn, rAPnntnr r,oICOfl r,rl f V

j carry this sort of cargo when there isj p Ioc OM ; lit

j a heavy demand fox! cargo-carriers for j the East Prussian frontier.

ireigiiLs iTriiiins uiKitci-rui.es.. now-.. a fiprPA hnftl0 U Wn

I Sweet Potatoes in Great Demand ini

Florida's Biggest City

I have seen lately in an Albany, Ga.,
paper certain statements that prompt
me to write this letter.
It said that the state of Georgi'i
sent cut of the 'state $150,000,000 a
year for such goods as could and
should be made in the state.
Having before me a statistical re report
port report of Georgia, I shall draw a l few
comparisons. J
Sending out $150,000,000 a year
for the goods that could and should
be made in Georgia ; means that each
year she sends out more money than
the value of her railroad?. It means
two-thirds as much a3 her farm pro products,
ducts, products, two-thirds as much as her
manufacturing products. It means
each five years sending out the as assessed
sessed assessed wealth of the State.
Statistics of South Carolina are
similar. North Carolina also
The traffic manager of the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville board of trade writes me giv giving
ing giving the exact number of cars of hay
and grain that came into Jacksonville
in 1913 and .1914. It numbers nearly
'10,000 carloads, and I suppose that
other parts of the state get a like
amount.' A trainload of 3Qcars of
hay and grain coming v into ; Florida
each working day and the money, for
same going out. :
I am informed by good authority
that Florida does not raise more than
one-Tialf the hog product consumed' by
the state. : A
I honestly believe ; that Florida
sends, out of the state fully $50,000, $50,000,-000
000 $50,000,-000 for that which could and should

be grown in the state. , t
The mind can scarcely grasp the
gain of wealth in the southland in the
last thirty years, and had she practic practiced
ed practiced the same frugality and husbanded
her resources as other countries have,
she would today be one of the richest
heritages ih the whole world. ;
The people in south Georgia realize
the fact that a full cotton crop would
be ruinous to the South this year.
Therefore efforts are being made to
. increase the producing of such other
crops as-can' be grown in Georgia and
are now bought in the North.
The people of Florida should know
by this time that a large vegetable
crop, a larga orange cropland a short
hay, corn, hog and other crops that
.can be grown here and are but little
grqwn, means more and more misfor misfortune.
tune. misfortune. ;
Every intelligent farmer in South
Georgia and Florida is asking "the

question, "Where will I get a market

for my surplus hay, corn, pork, etc.
Why should I grow more hay, corn
and hogs than Fcan use if I can't

dispose of them?"

In South Georgia the banker, the

wholesale merchant, the retail mer
chant and farmer have called a meet

ihg of the counties of South Georgia,

gjving a representation of twenty

.delegates from each county to meet

and take such steps as will Enable
' them to better help the farmer to
prepare his crops for the fnarket," and

they the wholesale and retail merch

ants are going to patronize home i

grown crops first.

Owing to the excessive wet weather
in South Florida, South Florida and
our section will be shipping together
if we wait any longer to plant, then
Florida and Charleston will be ship shipping
ping shipping together. This means more dis disastrous
astrous disastrous sales for our vegetable grow growers
ers growers than last year. : v
Bankers, wholesale merchants, re retail
tail retail merchants, we farmers are up
against a hard proposition without
r help from you to buy and sell our sur surplus
plus surplus crops at home. It is simply use-
. less to plant more than we can con-
'' sume. :
Individually I or no other farmer
can solve this problem. WTith the co cooperation
operation cooperation of the banker, the whole

sale merchant, the retail merchant,

the farmer, the Florida legislature,
the Florida Marketing Bureau can be
the avenue whereby, unitedly, we can

solve the problems that are confront

ing the whole southland.
Banker, wholesale and retail merch

SENATOR FLETCHER CALLS ON;
PUBLIC MEN TO BREAK
,:" THEIR SHACKLES

ALL SIDES

ever, if England should declare a gen general
eral general contraband, against foodstuffs
and xottoh designed for use in Ger-

five days at Przasnyez, in northern
Pcland, with the Germans trying to

reach Plonsk. The Russians have in-

many, it might be possible to get! flicted h lo taki m is; I
cities onmf .rtL- -1 tiaCHS

The work of the Florida Marketing;
Bureau is moving along with great;
strides, but its usefulness is greatly
handicapped by" a lack of products at!

this time.

ITE11S RESUME

THE 0

ships to carry the rock.

EIGHT DAYS 10LT

Washington, Feb. 23. Characteriz

ing the press of the United States as i REPORTED BY 'GERMANS' IX ALL

tyrannical ana misieaaing, ana ca i- THEIR BULLETINS

ing upon ine puDiic men 10 Dreas mej
chains which he declared it had TODAY
shackled upon their 'honest convic- j Berlin, Feb. 23. German troops j FOR CONGRESS TO FINISH THE
tions; Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, of captured Sattlekopf, in the Vosges, j WORK" OF THIS SESSION
Florida, spoke last .night before the after hard fighting. The French made
Liberal Religious Union of All Souls j unsuccessful attacks north of Perthes, ; Washington, Feb. 23. Congress ob ob-Unitarian
Unitarian ob-Unitarian church on "Integrity i in j in the Champagne region, at Ailly and I served George Washington's birthday

sonville office has had or-'T WERE BEATEN BACK IN

oners The Germans have resumed der3 for several carloads of sweet po. i SUNDAY BATTLE
th3 offensive along the Bzura and I trs witMn tv,o ocf w ,ioV.
;Rawka rivers -atces within the past few days, and petrograd, Feb. 23. Reinforced,
I Th- teiS. fights in the Carpa-i ttmd 1 3 Turks are renewing their oiren,-
in terrmc ngntm in the carpa- cne. However, tho there seems to ive ajrain.t tbe Rucians in Tr- -thians
continues without decisive re-iV,ovo ririnri nnA coot. ;;iVC dkain-t ivus.ians m ir.,-
I suits. 3 od,crP st seafon'!Tschoroki, but were repulsed Sunday,

l l"frc are none lo oe-naa. me oraersiand thrown bad.

I jau call tor yams, which Honda pro-!river
innMRAnnpn thf w in such profusion at a sma,1t

UUKIUUIULU MIL

t ATVt nlrilv. lmi T- A J?

"c "ass no marKt"1 ori Robbed Princess Theater in Chicago

1 Apremont. in the Meuse valley south t by grinding out the appropriation j

r : i 1 1 i u i : ; - i i i

iveierruit u aneeu niuctv-racjuiiK j Qf MihieL German aeroplanes oms. uniy eigm worKing aays re

scnoes wno startea tne worK oi bombarded Calais Sunday night,
moulding public opinion, wrongly in) : v; : -; ;

his estimation, he said: "These fel-'
lows should have been halted at once, j

uvui tut; i sun noo an auvvutbc vi
a press censor, arjd such a free press

as we have today should never have j

been born."

main and both House and Senate are

j centering their whole efforts on get-! AIRMEN OF FRANCE MADE

Til- .i

il is very common to near a larmer

nrmiAti ninninnn co

111 tl imli nUnifUll A certain Inducts, and sweet potatoes
ULIIIIinil UniMUlUHU are probably mentioned of tener than

i any other one. Here is an opportun-j

across the OititschrJ

BANDITS WERE HOLD

this Mornirig

CHASING THE CARLSRUHE ltinS the supply bills to a conclusion.

RAISES INSURANCE RATES

British and French Cruisers Hot Af
ter,the Daring German Boat

Havana, Feb.' 23. The

cruiser Conde was joined today by a

British cruiser off Havana. Both are

Chicago, Feb. 23. Four cracksmen

ity for'sellinir them, but thev cannot i trussed up the watchman and rr Lbc

A be had. Just why producers do not : the box office of the Princess theater
join the Marketing Bureau and in: of $3,000 early this morning, rru-.k'r. :

;this manner dispose of their surplus their escape.

DarracKs at , , . n

,T 1U ,r nr. j to unaerstana. ine prices secured by : a young traveling man was i:u

L,. j. -11. , the bureau for everything it has ; to some young ladies on a corner r-c:ir

French j Combat with Piutes in the Rocky t.u.- handled certainly shows up very fav-the Arms House Sunday

INDIAN WrAR IN UTAH

j RAID OVER ALSACE

i rjeiiort, l eo. Z6. t rencn airmen

1 bombarded the German

Mountain Canyons
Salt Lake City. Feb.: 23.-

en miles from th2 Rhine, and return

ing dropped seven bombs on Muel-

hausen. It is reported that a dozen

'fir vrsf-.r:-

orably alongside thes which haveiand being just a, trifle baf'.ful

I gone forward under other plans.

found comfort in holding on to a wirn

Activity of Germans Makes Allies') German cruiser Carlsruhe.

and Neutrals Unhappy

London, Feb. 23-War risk pre premiums
miums premiums advanced nearly one-half on
trans-Atlantic passages since the war
zone was establishedby .Germany.
Another Neutral Blown Up
- London, Feb. 23. The Norwegian
collier Regin was; sunk off Dover in
the English channel this afternoon.
It is believed she was torpedoed. Her
crew was saved.

Work of a Submarine

It was definitely determined late

this afternoon that the collier Regin
was sunk by a German .submarine.

Her crew took to the boats and es

caped before- the ship sunk.

Those who have 'products for the i amazement, the arc light in the r :!

I market should at once eret into com- of the street began descending :

'battlp hpfwppn Pinfp Tndinn5 and G2rman soldiers were killed and ex-;,. . , . , (i ..
joatue petween nute, muians ana, dicates that less than half the orders ; ed every now and then. At thee

United States marshals forces is re-j u-,,s e RVia'i received, and at good prices, cannot'One very vigorous pull, he fcU V
ported in the mountains today, fol-j tors returned to Eelfort safely. m P .wire slip from his hand and t : 1 ;

IV"tllg V11V A bl W V bllV AtlUlC411J

down Cow Canyon Six deputies sent; BIG FIRE IN BIRMINGHAM

out as scouts have not returned. Jtj : mimication with the orcranizer. Dr. R. rapidly. He took a sudden no tier, i'

Mrs. E. M. Barber in Lexington, Ky 1S believen they have been captured by Large Hotel Destroyed and Three T. Weaver, and take advantage of the he had no business in that rr.r:

the Indians. Details received pi Mon-1 Lives Lost
day's battle state that two Indians j
were killed and five badlv wounded. Birmingham, Fb. 93.

ii I a r t r i a l i- J

ivxrs. 'xv. iu. Lansiora was.iaKen iO

MRS. E. M. BARBER
. Mrs. T. W. Troxler has received the

sad news of the death of her mother,

HOSPITAL NOTES

the hospital yesterday.

A son was born last night to Mr.
and Mrs. Hobbs of Brooksville.

CHERO COLA PEOPLE ARE BUSY

and j

others ere severely burned in this
morning's fire which destroyed the;

restaurant,

splendid opportunities offered for dis-Ocala and immediately left fo

nosing of their produce through the -unknown. When he returned h

jthe arc back in place but t're 1

? f r

bureau.

I broken out. This accounts f

Frank's advertisement in today's liSht he'mZ out on that c-rrv

paper is rather unusual, in that it of-nhts.

WANTED

USED TOO MUCH SWISS AIR

Flying Machine Brought Down at
Feronne
Berne, Feb. 23. Swiss soldiers yes yesterday
terday yesterday opened fire on an aeroplane,

said to be German, which flew over

Bonf al. The machine was struck by
nine bullets and the aviator forced to
descend at Feronne.

Every man, woman and ichYld wfto is

j a member of the Methodist church
4 is inclined to the Methodist church to
t .

be on hand next Sunday at Sunday
school. Be sure and bring the baby.
We want fifty baBies present. tf

BIG OFFICE SAFE CHEAP

A large office safe, double cut and
inside doors, Mosler make, stands
over five feet high, 32 inches deep and
3G inches wide. Will sell for $50
cash. Eess 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

THEUS SALE A GREAT SUCCESS

AS W11 n.bthp toeiaMve.r-j hardware store and Palace i fers brand new goods of the very

wowuciii, i vk&s-- a. :. i latest stvies at reduced nnres. The

oaiuvif inc iuoo nui j. tav.il ? x JK?fJJV

-r.9

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, Fla.

Mr. C. C. Stevens, bur sturdy old
farmer friend of Berlin, was in town
Monday and paid the Star an appre-

1 ciated call. He says the farmers out

his way are preparing to raise staple

People from all over the country
are attending the closing out sale of

furniture and house furnishing goods
at Theus-Zachry Company's store.
The sale has been the biggest success
of any furniture sale held in the city
for years. Mr. Theus, just as he has
advertised, has marked the goods
down to half the price that they sold
for regularly and the public is taking
advantage of the big saving and buy buying
ing buying what they need in the Turniture
line. He has had customers already,

although the sale has been underway

n1r ViT'oa 4avc frnt o for as'

Leesburg, Crystal River, Micanopy,
Bushhell and Istachatta. One mer

chant wrote the firm that he could not
get here till the middle of the week,
but was coming then and buy a big
bill. Another person wrote that he
vas coming to buy an outfit for his
small, hotel, soon to be opened. Mr.
Theus is very much pleased with the
success of the sale, and thinks it will
get better as the week grows older.

Chero Cola BottlirCompapy has be begun
gun begun to put its product on the market

' The company started up its ..big,
plant. wh'ichV lis located in the city mar-1

ket building, this morning. Its machin-1 Evelyn Wouldn't Have, Been Blown

ery is of the most modern kind, and
its capacity is sufficient to supply
their demands for many years to
come. In fact, many' who have ex examined
amined examined the machinery say it is large
enough for Jacksonville, but Messrs.
Lane and Layton expect botn their
business and Ocala to grow and glow
a whole lot. f(. i
While Chero Cola is the main pro product,
duct, product, tne company will put out, a full
line of soda waters and will canvass
thoroughly the entire territory con con-tributary
tributary con-tributary t6 Ocala. The company
will maintain one of the most sanitary
plants in the state. It extends a cor cordial
dial cordial invitation to the public to call
and inspect the plant, and will an announce
nounce announce a formal opening day, a lit

tle later. .......

latest styles at reduced prices. The One of Ocala's young men tL

j usual procedure of making price cuts 'to save a few cents by asking cr

1 L.lt.1 1 tUUUSL a. j a: i i i i.- 1 t... i v:,

i luul iiiu uuveriibeu prices oniy pre- i maut: taimr, Liit-i vu k-nn;.; i.ii x
! vail tomorrow. ; of spending a dollar for a L

I her. She did as reouested Lu

up iiaa uraers iseen.. uoeyed Dn Ruth ArnoId the osteopath who;he took his first bite into it he brdre

Washington, Feb? 23. Captain j makes her headquarters at the Co!oni-ione of hls teeth whicn co-;t hiu
Smith of the American steamship al Hotel, has returned from TanmaJhave fixed.1 Loss, S3. Next tiro

1
Evelyn, which was 'blown up in the! where she has been enjoying the Gas Gas-North
North Gas-North Sea, disobeyed orders and was parilla festivities.

entirely out of his course at the time

says, he will buy the candy him:

the explosion occurred, according, to
information received at the White
House today. The ship, however, was
not in the war zone. The president

indicated that he doesn't anticipate I braticn of the 26th.

any diplomatic or other complica-!
tions. y

TICKET SELLING WEE
Tot the Sixty Citizens Plcde.l
Chautauqua: -What
are each of ycu do;

Mr. T. G. MLxson of the Ocala Na National
tional National Bank is borne from his visit to
Williston. and reports great prenara-

I tions being made there for the cele- make ths occasion a success? L?

us all get busy, it means lor end

, signer to sell only fix fearon t.c c :

Ten tnousana cnoice tomato plants, ""- L,

j Globe variety, ready to set out, at $1 ; br on!y seventeen r;,ore elnyf; until
Iper thousand. Heintz, the Florist. Ct it opens. We mu.t get busy and ; t
' this money in-the bank. Rally r :

wee?

C.

FOR PLUBIBING
AND ELECTRIC WORK
work guaranteed. 2-13-tf

Mr. T. P. Howes of Orlando was

The funeral services for Mr. But

ters were held this morning at 10:30

o'clock at Mclver & MacKay's chapel.! Mr. and Mrs.. Schlemmer are at : every one and let this

MrCrago officiated. There was a? Lake City to visit Mrs. Schlemmer's ; tauqua ticket selling week.

! large number of people in attendance ; uncle, from Abbeville, S. C, and on J oney, ecrciry

S and many beautiful flowers were sent ; their return will come by Jacksonville.
! by friends of the deceased. : :

Mr. George MacKay has had his i

NOTICE
Notice is hereby giv

0:.-

a 1 t TT i

... x.. The members of the Kendrick W.;home on South Fifth street repainted board or county commissi rer.j c:
brother of Mr. Will Howes, a popu- c T v wiU give Frances E. Wil- and other improvements -made. Irion county, Florida, inter. J U ar;;!y
lar young traveling man, who once lard program this eveping at the' to the legislature cf the state of Fkr-
made his home here, and is kindly re-1 Kendrick Baptist church which will Mr. W. T. Luckie, who with 'his Uda, at its regular session In ID 15,
membered all over this county. He is .be followed by refreshments and a! family have moved into one of Mrs.; a special legislator, authorizing tl :

now in Boston, attaining considerable social hour. Friends from Ocala are j Carmichael's cottages on Seminole re-issue and validation of all c-Jtstc.

crops this year, so as to be able to Call J. F. Robbinson at phone 443. All

help feed theworld next winter.

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

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

natural talent. in :that line, and often
entertained his friends with his clev clever
er clever pictures... -
A large shipmrrt of Dennison's
crepe paper in all colors just receiv received
ed received at the Court Pharmacy. 17-6t

cordially invited to attend.

street, left Sunday for Atlanta, to ling county warrants issued by cr un-

; i ship his- furniture, which has been der authority of the board cf cc i y
Always buy your drugs from a Rex-1 stored there since he came to Ocala. commissioners of Marion county, Fi
all. store. They are America's best 1 j ida, prior to February 1st, 10! ', c r
drugstores. 18-tf Try those delicious hot and cold ; such Of said warrants as the snM I
! i drinks served at the Court Phaf-: islature may see fit to auiheri-e l: t ?
Take Rexall Liver Salts for that macy. 17-Ct re-issued and validated; end abo p re retired,
tired, retired, sleepy feeing. Gerigs 9-tf ; : viding f or; the payment of intir t
. - f nncinpssi is alwnvs irnnd at fieri ss. 1 thereon, and for making the ten '.v; r-

All varieties of seed corn; also mil-) Fresh Tom Watson watermelon seed because it i3 the Rexall store. 18-tf rants payable at fixed pen::! :,
let and sorghum, now in 'and for sale I for sale at 50 cents per pound. Ocala j Board County Commissioners, ?:ar.
W rT CAwl SIam K-f 1 5m1 Sf nr K-tf t ?mnl-A fnhnn nb fir- C.irtiXT. CountV. Florida. 1-C 3

i.e

UNCALLED. FOR
PANTS $3.50

LnJC-0 PAY A yBLH IPFi 0 ;LTIHIS ?

UNCALLED, ion
SUITS SI 0

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

CLp) i o
SUITS made to Measnre

ft

n

JJi

Ve sell from our mills direct

you. Classiest Styles, Nohbks
Fabrics and Shades. Gimrantc
a fit at a price you -can alway
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. Come to cur
- inspect our line and use your good judgement.- We won't urge you to buy. We are always at your service.

THE EMGL1SH WOOLEN IMflOL

CAEN BUILDING

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1913

mummhmmmm

GALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY .EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTINGEJV& CAIUtOLL, PROPRIETORS
R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

II.

Entered at Or'a, Fla., pustoffice a3 second class matter.

u, there can, be little doubt of their j Woodmar Sand & Storta Co., uses a
attitude. We have yet to find one i great deal of his buildiflsr material in

PHONE 51

who isn't a good American citi2en,
and glad of it. It should be remem remembered
bered remembered that some of the best fighters
for America in the Revolutionary
War were natives of Great Britain,
who had made their homes in this
country and believed in the justice of
its cause. It is not likely that the
United States will force a war, just
or unjust, on Germany or any other

country, so the position of German German-j
j German-j Americans on that subject need not

cause any worry.

and around Ocala, especially in the
sidewalk business, this company hav having
ing having a contract with the city at the
present time to put downthe side-
walks in the second ward.

IMPROVEMENT AT EASTLAKE

SUBSCRIPTION HATES

(Domestic)
in advance.

One year,

Six months, In advance. .
Tarce. months, in advance.
On month, in advance. .

. 2.50
. 1.25

.50

(Foreign)
One year- in advance. 8.00
Six months, in advance. .. . 4.25

inree mourns, iu amance. z.Zit

One month, in advance. .... .80

FOR COMMISSION GOVERNMENT

What has become of the Dacia?
Zapata has again chased Carranza
out of the City of Mexico.
'Home Run" Baker has quit the
baseball game and settled down on
his farm.

A number of citizens met last eve evening
ning evening in the law offices of Mr. H. M.
Hampton to discuss further the pro proposed
posed proposed plan of commission government
for Ocala. A rough draft of the
charter that is to be submitted to the
legislature was read. It was neces-

war would have been felt as severely,
if not more so, under a republican

administration. President Wilson's sary that publication of notice of in in-Mexican
Mexican in-Mexican policy furnishes another. We tention to apply to the legislature for

The Germans are busy claiming and
the Russians are busy explaining. It

ig .lest for an American to discount
tho statements of both from 50 to 75
per cent. -.-', :

can't make the defense 'for this that

we can for the results of the war.
Neither Taf t nor Roosevelt would
have allowed Mexico to impose on this
country in the way Wilson has allow allowed
ed allowed it. :''".:"

OCALA MAY COME INTO ITS OWN

A wag suggests planting onions on
at least a quarter of the city lot op opposite
posite opposite the Coast Line station. It
would then be a civic scenter sure
enough. :. "':':

The Polk County Fair at Lakeland
opened Monday, and is proving a

great success. Polk being Governor
Trarrimcirs home county, he was pres

ent to make the opening address.

The Ocala postoffice celebrated

Washington's birthday by hoisting a

new and handsome American flag
over the federal building. It was
greatly admired by all who saw it.

The numerous friends of Congress Congressman
man Congressman L'Engle will be glad to hear that
he is steadily recovering his health.
He expects to be present when the
legislature meets in Tallahassee and
to take a citizen's share in shaping
public measures.

While the Daylight Line is running
its boats between Silver Springs and
Palatka, not only pleasure seekers
but business men should patronize it
as much as possible. It is a more

pleasant trip to make than on any of

the trains, and almost as swift.

With the nationaL and international

tourist agencies routing parties down
the Oklawaha and Silver rivers to

Ocala, it looks very, much like this
city was about to come into its own,
in this particular thing at leat.
These same rivers are going to
make Ocala one of the largest towns
in Florida. For Ocala has a back
country as fertile as any in the state.

All that is necessary is to develop
passenger and freight transportation
on these rivers. The railroads will
then fall in line and the trick will be
done. .' A
Central Florida has advantages

possessed, Dy neitner nortnern nor

southern Florida. It is strange that
so many people coming into this state
should overlook the geological and
geographical advantages of this sec section.
tion. section. -

Missouri" is no longer a Southern

state-she has lynched a white man.

Jacksonville Metropolis.
What's the matter with Georgia? A
white man was lynched at Macon for
assaulting a1 woman almost thirty
years ago.. ;

such charter be commenced at once,
anf a committee to sign such notice
named, in Messrs. F. E. Harris, R. R."
Carroll and George Rentz. The idea
is to get the necessary authority
from the legislature. When this is
done, time can be taken to draft the
proposed charter and this will then
be submitted to the voters of the city,
and if adopted by them, will go into

effect. If rejected, under the author authority
ity authority that is expected of the legislature,
the measure can again be submitted
to a vote of the people atfer a lapse
of six months. A petition will be cir circulated
culated circulated in the city before the legis legislature
lature legislature meets, so that every voter who
is in favor of submitting the matter

to the legislature can sign said peti petition.

Owing mostly to the efforts of Com Commodore
modore Commodore Goodwin, backed by other en enterprising
terprising enterprising citizens, Eastlake has been
made a telegraph and express station
conveniences that have long been
n eded and deserved by that live and
g owing community.
The question occurs: If the Coast
Line can maintain a telegraph office
at Eastlake, what excuse has it for
cutting out the one at Reddick?

ALL SHOULD SEE IT

SECRETARY SPEAKS UP
FOR OUR STATE SCHOOLS

PETITION FOR STATE
WIDE PROHIBITION

Whether they have any foreign at attendance
tendance attendance or not, the people of San
Francisco seem to be dojng well by
their exposition. The attendance on
the first day was 300,000. The great greatest
est greatest attendance on the first day jof any
previous exposition was 17G,453 at St.
Louis. .:;.

Great Britain has definitely decid decided,
ed, decided, to hold the cargo of the Wilhel Wilhel-rrsina
rrsina Wilhel-rrsina for a prize court. This proba probably
bly probably means the loss of their money to
the American citizens who paid for
the cargo. The Belgian food commis commission
sion commission offered to buy the cargo, but
Britain will probably confiscate it
which won't add to the good feeling
between this country and England; ;

The Jacksonville Metropolis makesl

a good suggestion. It proposes that
March 27, the anniversary of the day
on which Flofida was discovered in
1513, be set aside by the press of the
state for printing and sending out

papers filled with information about
Florida. It will be good policy for
the state press to put the Met's prop proposition
osition proposition into practice. March 27 should
certainly be observed in Florida in
some way. As it is now, we doubt
that one Floridian in a hundred could
tell off hand the day, perhaps not the
year, in which Ponce de Leon first
landed on our shores. V

There is entirely too much uncom uncomplimentary
plimentary uncomplimentary talk in some American
papers about "hyphenated" Ameri Americans,
cans, Americans, referring to citizens of German
origin or descent, and speculating
about their position in case of war
with Germany. No American can
consistently blame a man born in Ger Germany,
many, Germany, or whose parents were born
there, for sympathizing with that
country in this war. A German German-American
American German-American sympathizing with the al
lies would not be entitled to respect.
As for the position "of German-Americans
in case of war with Germany, if
Germany forces an unjust war upon

One thing i3 certain, and that is
that when the European powers are
thru fighting each other, they will re re-,
, re-, store order in Mexico. This country
; will either have to stand aside and
' see it done, or fight to maintain President-Wilson's
declaration, that he
will protect the Mexicans in their
right to rob and murder each other,

and the people of other nations living;

among them, until they are tired of
-.the. pastime.' ;. '' j ;
Congressman Frank Clark and fam family,
ily, family, says the Jacksonville Metropolis,

will .take "an' outing to Hawaii, guests
of the Hawaiian government. That's
likei carrying coals to Newcastle, for
any Floridian to visit any place to find
a more attractive spot than Florida.
But we won't hold it against the con congressman,
gressman, congressman, particularly if he will come
back and tell Florida people how to
make sugar as good as that of Hawaii,
and bring them up to the point of
making sugar in this state.
As will be seen by a dispatch else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, Senator Fletcher is a brave
man. He denounces the unbridled
license of the press, and calls on pub public
lic public men to defy it. Some of his re remarks
marks remarks might be considered as favor favoring
ing favoring a censorship. No doubt that the
American press is entirely too free,
not in its opinion, but in its misrepre misrepresentation;
sentation; misrepresentation; but this is an evil that
must be left to correct itself. No
man nor set of men will ever be just
and wise enough to frame any set of
rules as to what the nmuenn vun

say.

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It ii evident that the old gang of
i!;:ncn is organizing to rprnntM

v.-crir.nent in 1916, and replace
;t:ir.;!j"st republican policy of
t.iri.7 and rpecial favor. The re-
. ; T European war, so disas-

in this country', gives them
it v.itli ths unthinking,
' : t' consMer that the

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 inventing
venting inventing too heavily?

IS E. CIIAZAL

& SDNS 0.
;:REAL;f;ST
Holder Building P. O, Box 475
Telephone 228 Ocala, Fla.

Dr. Ruth S. Arnold
OSTEOPATH
Phone' 45

Colonial IToteL

Ocala, Fla.

A movement has been launched by
the State Anti-Saloon League to
have the next session of the legisla legislature
ture legislature act upon a constitutional amend amendment
ment amendment to be voted upon at the. next
general election. A campaign is now
being waged over the state by the
leaders in the work, headed by Rev.

C. W. Crook, president of the organ

ization.
: Meetings have been called for to

morrow in this city. One for the

women will be held at the Baptist
church at 3 o'clock in the afternoon,
while the men's meeting will be held
at v the Methodist church at 8 o'clock

in the evening.

Ex-Governor Glenn of North Car Carolina,
olina, Carolina, will address the Ocala audi

ences.
It is proposed to send to the legis

lature a monster petition, asking that

body to pass the following amend?
merit:
"That article xix of the constitu

tion of the state of Florida be and the
same is hereby amended so as4to read
as follows:
"Article XIX. Section 1.. The
manufacture, sale, barter or exchange
of all alcoholic or'intoxicating liquors
and beverages, 'whether spirituous,
vinous or malt, are hereby forever
prohibited in the state of Florida, ex except
cept except alcohol for medical,1 scientific or
mechanical purposes, and wine for
sacramental pxfrposes; the 'sale of
which alcohol and wine for the pur purpose
pose purpose aforesaid, shall be regulated by
law.'?
This petition is being presented to
practically all the church and kindred
organizations over the state at the
same time. The present schedule of
the league is to have ex-Governor
Patterson of.., Tennessee address the
legislature on the subject at its open opening
ing opening in April.
Three of the most noted temper temperance
ance temperance orators in the country have been
engaged to assist the Florida, league
in this work, viz: George R. Stuart,
ex-Governor Glenn and ex-Governor
Patterson. Every county in the state
will be covered by these men during
the coming six weeks.

Editor Star: I feel warranted in
voicing what I believe should be
known by every parent in our state,
especially, those Jiaving daughters to
educate.
I have been at a loss for some time
to understand why so many of Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's daughters were, being sent out
of the state to other schools to finish
their education. It must be that our
female college at Tallahassee has not
been investigated. Surely, any on
who will take the time to go to Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, meet its faculty, go through

it from top to bottom, investigate
every nook and corner thereof, care carefully
fully carefully note its location, the grounds

and general make-up of this seat of

learning, .when its last building has

been erected and equipped, will see

that there is no finer in our south southland.
land. southland. We people of Florida should be
ashamed of ourselves by not standing
right behind this institution, and not
only this, but the University of Flor-

iaa at uainesvuie. imo-- state can
boast of any better arranged, officer

ed and managed institutions of learn learning.
ing. learning. We should feel proud of our fel

low citizens that make up the board

of control that has given our fair
state these great schools. I want to

see our good people rally in their loy

alty and- quit sending our boys and
girls away from home, when we have

just as good in our own land of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Let us all be boosters for our

own products in every department of

life. I feel we do not seriously study
these great problems of life. How

would the home; doctor, merchant,
lawyer or whatever vocation or busi business
ness business feel to know his townsmen were
sending to other, states to secure

what they had for them 'at home ?

Equally and as strongly said, why
not educate our boys and girls at

home ? -1 hope every citizen of our

state will take this home to them

selves and let our next scholastic

year show Florida boys' and girls en

rolled in our own colleges, making the

coming statesmen and noble women -a
real and true Florida product. Here's
to the success of both our university

at Gainesville and female college at
Tallahassee -onward in your noble

work of making and shaping the fu future
ture future destiny of our precious sons and
daughters. J. D. Rooney,
Secretary Marion Co. Board of Trade.

A.

T. THOMAS CO..
. BRANCHING OUT

Monday morning Mr. A. T. Thomas,
for the A. T. Thomas Company, sign signed
ed signed a long lease and entered into a con contract
tract contract with Messrs. Klock & Lee of
Eastlake, to mine and sell for a Jong
term of years all of tie Lake Weir
sand that lies directly in front of the
property these gentlemen have just
bought and are now so extensively
improving. Mr. Thomas will imme immediately
diately immediately install a plan on this prop property
erty property and begin mining and loading the
sand which he will ship to all parts
of the state. The property leased
has on it one of the best deposits of
Lake Weir sand in the lake and Mr.
Thomas was very fortunate to be able
to obtain control of it.
The A. T. Thomas Company has
been doing business In Ocala for sev several
eral several years, having the main office here
and loading plants at a number of
places in Marion, Citrus and Hernando
counties. Besides the crushed rock,
road material and Lake Weir sand,
this company represents the Atlas
Portland Cement Co., one of the larg largest
est largest cement companies in the world and
m a few months time Mr. Thomas ex ex-'pects
'pects ex-'pects to add several other commod commodities
ities commodities to his line of building materials,
making it one of the largest busi businesses,
nesses, businesses, of its kind in, Central and
South Florida. Already this company
ships into nearly every county in the
state with the exception of the ex extreme
treme extreme east coast section, doing the
largest business in road material that
is done by any one company in the
state.
Mr. Thomas as president of the

State Board of Health Exhibit, which
will be Here this Week : f
Don't forget. that on Thursday and
Friday the state board of health ex exhibit
hibit exhibit will be at the Board of Trade
rooms as a great educational feature
to every man, woman and child. We
want you to come and study this ex exhibit
hibit exhibit while it is in our city. Our
school board could not do a wiser
thing than to instruct our schools on
one of these days to turn out their
scholars at the noon hour and bring
every teacher and pupil and let them
learn these great lessons of health
and sanitation.
These exhibits will be in charge of

Dr. Young of the state board and
Miss Henderson, who is connected also

with the board and is so proficient in

tuberculosis diseases. No one should
miss this opportunity for these les lessons
sons lessons as this information cannot be
obtained except on occasions of this
kind. It is all free and all are wel welcome.
come. welcome. Be sure to come.

J. D. Rooney Secretary.

UNNECESSARILY ALARMED

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

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

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

CANDIES.

Of unequalled QUALITY,
snch'as eiare the re result
sult result 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 manufacture of our
Cups, Bars, Drops and
other Counter Goods as in
our BONBONS. COCOA
and CHOCOLATES.
: If yon want a Nourishing.
Strengthening Chocolate, with
Heal food Value, and at the
same time havfnj a pleasant
taste, try our PEANUT CIIOC-
?Tcuir. Chocolte Dls4

Editor Star: Your ad. relative to

the-sale of your safe will surely
arouse in the minds .of your readers

suspicions of the most terrible and

alarming nature.

Can it be that these hard times

have hit you so hard that you are
compelled to view this massive object

from a, purely ornamental point of

view, the utilitarian point having

vanished in the mists?

As one of your readers, I sincerely

hope that this is not the case, and
that your offer to sell your safe is
only a wise precaution to, remove
temptation, in view of the daily, or

rather nightly, .burglaries that are

taking, place in this neighborhood.

,The bare idea however, of the. Star

ceasing to shine in the firmament of

Ocala, and casting its resplendent and
enlightening rays nevermore on its
people, caused the writer a hideous

nightmare, during which he perpe

trated the enclosed effusion.

May my suspicions be unfounded,
and may the life of the Star be a
long and prosperous onS is the wish
of Ajax.
A Dismal Week
For sale, a safe, our -work for.;;
it is done,
Hard times have caused the set setting
ting setting of our ...SUN.
t
Just fifty bucks, before our course
is run,
We'd save this relic, but we
. want the ...MQN.
For many weeks we've not
known what to do,

To meet expenses, long since cut
in TUE.
Misfortune comes to all, 'tis
truly said,
And to this dame the Star at last
is WED.
.;
Our editor no more in easy chair
Will rave o'er letters that begin
"Dear ... THUR.
Don't sigh dear reader tho we

say Good by, ;
There's lots of fish in the ocean
yet to ..... ..FRI.
Two things we keep, our poor
-. chief's well worn hat,
The editorial chair on what he.. SAT.
Our sympathetic friend is unneces unnecessarily
sarily unnecessarily alarmed. In the first place,
tho the Star has a safe, it has never
been used to keep anything but books
and papers in. What little coin we
collect each day is regularly and un unceasingly,
ceasingly, unceasingly, deposited in the bank. In
the second place, the safe advertised
is not the Star's, but one belonging to
a firm which having two, wants to
dispose of the superfluous one.

T. W. TS0XEER

WILBUR V. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Embalmer.

'With
E. C. Jordan & Co.
; Furniture and
Undertakers

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

319 WEST BROADWAY

Virginia Style
Smoked Hams
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice t FccMngCOa
Phone 34

State of Ohio, City, of Toledo,
. Lucas County, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every case of Catarrh
that' cannot be cured by the use of
HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before, me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De December,
cember, December, A. D. 1886.
(Seal) a A. W. Gleason,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh" Cure i3 taken inter internally
nally internally and acts directly upon the bldod
and mucous surfaces of the System.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti constipation.
pation. constipation. Ad.
People who trade with the Rexall
stores get best quality in everything.
Gerig's. 18-tf

"THE BEST LAXATIVE
' THAT I KNOW OF."

""I have sold Chamberlain's Tablets
for several years. People who have
used them will take nothing else. I
can recommend them to my customers
as the best laxative and cure for con constipation
stipation constipation that I know of," writes Mr.
Frank Strouse, Fruitland, Iowa. For
sale by all dealers. Adv.
1 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
RECOGNIZED ADVANTAGES

4 'T-

1 k.g.m ssM "iswn..

Saws TluH

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.
Marloi ia'Ffl?jare Copiiy :
Phone 118
OCALA, FLORIDA

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ROOM AND BATH 1 Oil A lOI,LAll AND A HALF

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. Ocala, FlorMa-.
Restaurant with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath 51.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House

ELECTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICE PHONES IN ALL ROOMS

: : LOUIS' Mo IL)M9
MANAGER s
The only Hotel on the Square

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R003I AXI I5ATII TOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF

You will find that Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has recognized advan advantages
tages advantages over most medicines in use for
coughs and colds. It does hot' 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 of 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. Tor sale by all drug
stores. Adv.

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

CilPITiiL STOCK S50,000.00.
S!af e. County and City Depository

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The Secret of a Good Figure
often lies in the brasher?. 1 Ii;-idrr! ; ,f thotnrd- of v. errsrn
wear Hie Bicn-Jol lo lirn. v.lore r t.'.e nvison V..t t!iry rv.-.Tf'.
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and rives tlic tigr re tley-ii:ifu! out:.;u- fa -h inn Uwreot.
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OkAO wi-. d ir.r of rre-i t i!rfr.i; al js-j! : s U-lv
.rustles- pcrjiittina: laaivkTiirj witbout removaL
Tber romc i:i aU i,yo rnd yeur.'ot-jil Dry noivaler
v-i!l show t!iem to ym on reque t. If iiIe-! n.t-.rry ('u"i.
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Nature arid science combine to make it so. Erery precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ours. Let us
have your custom we deserve it.

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a First Consideration and Special Attention Giver to Small Tracts

MarioD' County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 18S2.
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The Mansfjemenf of : DR. MeCLAHE
.Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
. ; and Electric Institufe
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 Troxier's stands.
Largei Quarters, 3Iore Fully Equipped and tvill be l:ua
Strictly Ujxn Ethical Uses
HOURS; 9 a. M. TO 4:30 P.M. VUOUV: 333

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OCULA LiJSiUlQ.STAVH TUESDAY. FEBUUAUY 23, 1915.

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LADIES' MEW
SPRING SUITS
Just recived 20 Suits
by express.
They are the newest
creations direct from
New York.
ONLY ONE OF A KIND
We offer these suits,
which will be on sale
one day only

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These suits will not
be sent out on approval,
no alterations will be
made and positively no
. exchange. J
The real values are
. from $2(Ho 29.50.
LOOK AT THE WINDOW
Of cdursewehave oth-
er Suits which we will
be glad to send out, al alter
ter alter and, exchange.

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First Round for the Ford Birdsey Cup
Played
Master FordBirdsey of Macon, Ga.t
has given a handsome silver golf cup
for the male members of the Ocala
Country Club, and the first round for
this trophy was played during- the

, past week, ending Monday afternoon.

iThe tournament is an 18-hole match

play ancl for the first round the play players
ers players were drawn to play as follows:
N. P. Davis vs Z. C. Chambliss.
S. Jewett vs. G. K. Robinson.
R. C. Camp vs. JJ M. Thomas.
D. S. Wood row vs. Phil Robinson.
B. A. Weathers vs. L. W. Duval.
C. B. Woodrow vs. R. E. 0Farrell.
Don Ford vs. C. H. Lloyd.
F. Drake vs. H. Clark.
W. S. Hilands vs. I. F. Bennett.
John Chazal vs. R. K. Robinson.
T. D. Lancaster vs. L. R. Chazal.
H. T. Lattner vs. L. H. Chazal.
For the second round the players
are drawn to play as follows: V
Davis vs. Jewett.
Thomas vs. P. Robinson.
Duval vs. C. B. Woodrow.
Ford vs. Drake.
Bennett vs. R. Robinson,
Lancaster .vs. Lattner.
.
Mr. Fred Cason of Miami will ar arrive
rive arrive tomorrow to be the guest of Mr.
M. L. Mershon until after Thursday.
He is a fraternity brother of Mr. T S.
Trantham and comes to be present at
his marriage to Miss Josephine Bul Bullock
lock Bullock Thursday evening.

ven. juiian o. wr ui uuukwu,

have visited here: Misses Ethel Har- J
rell, of Roanoke, Va., Bessie Smith,
College Park, Ga., Maude 'Timmons,
Tifton, Ga., and Carol Dean, Gaines-
ville, Ga. Miss Ellen ClarksoM of ;

Randolph-Macon College is a Tri

Delta.
.
Among the visitorssto Eustis yes yesterday
terday yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dit Ditto,
to, Ditto, Mrs. Mamie Fox, Frank Ditto, Jr.,
Mrs. DeVane, Mrs. P. V. Leavengood,

Miss Winnie Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ar-j

thur Da vies, Mr. and Mrs. W. U.
Norwood, Mrs. Howard. Walters,
Misses Gertie Peyser and Justina
Rhody, Dr. Lindner and Mr. Tom Pas Pasteur.
teur. Pasteur. They had a most pleasant day
and report the celebration at Eustis
a great success.
Mrs. H. H. Dean of Gainesville, Ga.,
will arrive in Ocala "tomorrow to visit
Mrs. J. H. Livingston. Mrs. Dean's
daughter, .Miss Carol Dean, was a
lovely visitor several years ago, the
guest of Miss Minnie Stovall.
Mrs. M. A. "Williams is expected
home in a few days from a fcrfnight
visit to her daughter,. Mrs. T. E.
Thomason in Live Oak.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. Wt Harriss and
Miss Caroline Harriss returned yes

terday from Jacksonville, where Miss

Harriss underwent, an operation for

appendicitis at Dr. Rogers' sanitar

ium two weeks ago. lheir many

friends will be delighted to learn that

the operation was successful and that

Miss Harriss" will in a few weeks be

Don't Buy Tires Until i! is Necessary
All Tires are Repaired and Guaranteed by Me
(Personally.) This is Not Hot Air
F I V EYE ARS EX PER IE N CE

"THE TIRE MAN"
Agent For Fislc and Flrestqne Tires
Next to Express Office N. Main St. Ocala, Florida.

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Lfe1- (HELLO WIFE, LE.TS HMZ) QZ
1 I I WjSk A NICE STfcAK TOMI6HT j
1 : i ft YOU KNOW WHCHe TO GET
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Raised

Irom an Errand Boy

On Our Meats

Performed'' Some Sue-

assful Commercial Feats

When
The Pangs of Hunger
Demand a Steak
....ORDER IT HERE!.,
Ydu'll Make No-Mistake

:;'';-W.'.:iI-VMftRSH

I Phone 108 Next to U. i. grocery

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member of his staff at the Confed Confederate
erate Confederate reunion in Jacksonville last

will malce

Kj.f mil aiiiic tviiiwA v j.

ent at the marriake of his niece, Miss entirely well.
Josephine Bullock, Thursday evening.1;) :

Uen. oarr is commanaer oi me mnn ; Miss Helen Brown will return

Carolina division of the Confederate tThirsday from Bartow, where with
Veterans and Miss Bullock was a ,1- r-othGr Randoloh-Macon erirls she

has been a memoer oi a nouse pany

given by Miss Bemice Lyle. They

spent Gasparilkvweek in Tampa, go

ing then to St. Petersburg. Misses
Ruth Burton, Ildegerte Peach and
Flossie Byrd, who expected to return
to Ocala for, another visit with Miss.

Brown before returning to their home,
have decided to go on through, the

former to St. Augustine for a sight

seeing tour before leaving for Vir

ginia" and Alabama,- respectively,- and

the latter will-eo: directly to her

home in Live Oak, ;
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Mr. .Arthur "Williams who arrived!

Sunday from Murdock, will return

home tomorrow or Thursday, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. Williams and two
daughters, who Tiave been visiting
their uncle and aunt, Mr., and Mrs. G.

T. Maughs. ;.. V

Yesterday afternoon at 5 b'clock
the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Williams was, christened at the
home of Mrs. Williams uncle and

aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Maughs,
Rev. J. G. Glass, rector of -Grace
Episcopal church officiating. : The lit

tle lady was given the name of Mar

tha King,- the maiden name of her

paternal grandmother and .her god godparents
parents godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Maughs and

grand mother, Mrs. -Martha A. Will

iams. In the absence of Mrs. Will

iams, Mrs. Maude Horne stood as

proxy. The service was attended by
only the immediate family and a few

close friends.

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feams For Rent Lip tit and Heavy...-Hauling

-. PEIONE" 2SS

adting and Storing
shipping of Freight,

Furniture, Fiauos

and Safes.

BagRagc Service

tlie licsl.

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We Sell
I5EA VISR BOARD
Superior to Flaster
or Ceiling In
Quality oc Price
INVESJGATE.

COLLEEEi- BOSS., Proprietors.

springjr omgnt uen.

jlhe chief address at the North Caro

lina dinner at the Georgian terrace inq

Atlanta. r

Miss Mary McDowell has returned

from a visit to Mrs. Louis bavarese
and Miss Georgia Borger in Tampa.

Miss Mozelle Burkeim of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville is the guest of Miss Gertie Pey Peyser,
ser, Peyser, coming especially to be present at
the Trantham-Bullock nuptials.
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Miss Kathleen Jackson returned to

day from Tampa, where she was the
guest t)f. Miss Rosebud Robinson for
ten days. Miss Robinson will shortly
come, to Ocala for a visit to Miss
Jackson.
:.
Miss. Hope Robinson wjll be accom accompanied
panied accompanied home Sunday from Boston by
her sister, Mrs. E. J. Mills-Pry:e and
her daughter and by; her unt, Mrs.
Aldrich, who will spend the remainder
of the winter in Ocala, guests of Mr.
and Mrs. G..K. Robinson.
Mr. I. V. Stevens of Lakeland was a
visitor yesterday. He waV accompanied

home by his daughter, Margaret, who
has been visiting her uncle and aunt
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers.
Miss Ethel Overstreet of Eustis, a
frequent visitor at : the home of Mrs.
S. W. Igou in this city, took a lead

ing role in the Ward-Belmont college
play given uv January and so well did
she" execute her difficult part that she
was not only, showered with compli compliments
ments compliments from the student body, but
from the members of the faculty.
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- Mrs. Maude Blackburn and young
daughter of Gainesville are guests' of
Mrs. H. M. Hampton.
The Eastern Star sewing circle .will
hold a business meeting, at Yonge's
hair Wednesday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock. 1 v
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Bennett and
baby and guests, Mr. and Mrs. F; I.
Bennett, left this morning for Or Orlando
lando Orlando to spend two days. They motor

ed down.

WINDSOR HOTE L A N D; PAR K

1 Jacksonville, Florida

OF NATIONAL INTEREST

; ti::c ti vel y delightful-j'

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The friends in Ocala of Mr. Roy L,

Fuller, an ex-Ocala boy, now a suc successful
cessful successful dentist jjta .Midland City, Alan
will be pleased td learn of his mar marriage
riage marriage to Miss" yfchloe Coleman, a
charming young lady of the same
place. Dr. FllerJA-fionof our
Dr. JL D. FullerToTisTkindly remem remembered
bered remembered by all the friends he made dur

ing his boyhood days here.

Mrs. J. D. Marlin and pretty little
daughter arrived from Pennsylvania
Sunday to spend the remainder of the
winter. Mr. Marlin has taken rooms
with Mrs. Mershon and he and his
family take their meals at the Arms

House. The friends made by Mrs.?
Marlin during her former residence ;

here are glad to have her with them
again. ;

From Brenau College, Gainesville,
I Ga., comes the news that the Gamma

V,. V(A ft.. A U
ity has been absorbed by the Tri Delta
sorority. The Phi Mu Gamma girls
in Ocala are Misses Minnie Stovall,
Marguerite Porter, Lydie McDoughal,

Beulah ,Hall, Mrs. Lew Lyons and

Mrs. I. F. Bennett. Mrs. Gay Living Livingston
ston Livingston of Kissimmee, and Mrs. E. F.
Fitc?! cf Chicago, former Ocala girls,
r i : .r:zrr. alro &s folIoTang vo

Richard Pearson Hobson to Lecture in

the' Chautauqua .;.v: ??-f-

Captain Richard Pearson Hobson,

known the world over as the hero of
the Merrimac. is to appear in the, big
chautauoua to be given- in this city
next month. At present CaptainHob-

son is serving his country as congress

man from Alabama. He has been

leader in many great fights for nation

al uplift. He is a great orator, a
deep thinker, a man of pleasing per

sonality and one of our country's big-

gest men.. ;

' His lecture at the chautauqua,

"America in the 20th Century," will

be most timely, in view of the great

European war. The theme is, Ameri

ca to be to the Modern World, what
Jtome was to the ancient world-

exponent of liberty and free distribu

tion, peacemaker among nations, the
leader to bring about the brotherhood

oi man.
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The Chautauaua Association is

making preparations for Captain
'Hobson's day with us, for it will' be
one of the especial big days of the

chautauqua.

In this lecture Captain Hobson

bings a message of keen interest and
one of vital importance to every

American farmer, merchant, profes

sional man,, father, and mother and a
message that every boy and girl of

the country should hear.
TICKET SELLING WEEK

Tot the Sixty Citizens Pledged to the

Chautauqua:

What are each of you doing to

make this occasion 4 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 jet this week be Chau

tauqua ticket selling week.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.

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ill yield big crops of corn, cane, cowpeas, velvet beans, rape, 'peaiiuls, kudzu, spineless cactus?
besides raising Bermuda, Rhodes, Para, Natal and other grasses for hay and pasture." With al1
these crops available, cattle, sheep and hogs can Jiave green food the year round.
: Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of
Lake Okeechobee Are Nov Ready for Cultivation
lliese 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 Vonderful Country While You
Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your Farm
You' will find it unexcelled for general farming, livestock and poultry raising and for growing all
kinds of vegetables common to Florida as well as the finest citrus fruit. -This town ami country
will grow at an amazing rate during the next few years. We also have excellent land and town
lots at Chuluota and Kcnansville the. former a line 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. INGRAHAM, Vice-President
Land and Industrial Department, Florida East Coast .'Railway
Room 200 City Building ST, AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

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The Drink that is Famous for it's PURI

Satisfies the Thirsty, Refreshes the Weoxu
and Pleases the most Delicate Taste.

Ghero-Cola and full line
bottled drinks is now on sale

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Consider the Poor.
It is written not, "Blessed i3 he that
fcedetn the peer," but "Blessed i3 he
that considercth the peer." And you
know a little thought and a little

kindness are often worth more than a
great deal of money. Ruskin.
You will never fully appreciate a
gin fiz till ye1- have tried one ci thy e

at Ji'.r.ny's Flr.cc.

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PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BliILDEIi

Careful Estimates

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Work fcr the :.!c:y"thr
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ocala Evening bt ail; Tuesday, February 23, 1915

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OCALA OCCURENCES

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Council meets tonight.

WEATHER REPORT

Elks meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Moose meet Thursday night.
Voodmen meet Friday evening.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar..

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This report is' made from- observa observations
tions observations taTcen daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. t ;

' ,' Max. Min. R. F.

Board' of Trade
evening. .V

meets Thursday

Mr. C. .W. Hunter went to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville yesterday afternoon.

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Cut' glass,' beautiful designs, at The
Murray 'Company. 18-3t

Mr. II. M. Hampton went to Gaines

ville today.

A lot of new novels at The Murray)

Company. 18-3t
I)r! J. Walter Hood's new office tele-

f!'.cne number, is 281.

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Feb. 10
Feb. 11
Feb. 12

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Feb. 15
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Feb. 17
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SHIPPING SUPPLIES
INTO THIS STATE

THE MARKETS

15-tf

Frcah Marion County eggs, 20c a
I .ri at ; the Carn-Thomas Co. 22-3t.

Mr. Troy Hall, the optimistic young
naval stores operator of Wildwood,
was in town last night.

The best gin ricicey in the city is
r?rvcd at Johnny's Placel 22-tf

Mr. JJ. S. Pearson left yesterday
for Cuba and the Isle of Pines to en enjoy
joy enjoy a stay of several weeks.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

Feb. 22 .........

v Local Forecast
Probably showers tonight and Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, except fair, and cooler north northwest
west northwest portion.
, NOTICE

Of Special Legislation
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned charter committee appoint

ed by the citizens of the city of Ocala

will apply to the next session of the
legislature of Florida to enact a law

authorizing the citizens of the city of

Ocala to adopt by a vote of the regis

tered, voters of said city, a charter for

its own local government.

F. E. Harris,
R. R. Carroll,'
, George Rentz,
2-23-G0d Charter Committee.

.ir.

G. W. Martin, who has been

working his Georgia territory for
several weeks, is at home for a few

(Continued from First Page)
ant and farmer, let us get .together
and solve this problem to the eternal
good of the whole southland.
Southland do not sell your heritage
like Esau: "And they told him and
said, we came into the land whither
thou sendest us, and surey it flowed
with milk and honey; and this is the
fruit of iti ;
"The Amalekites dwell in the land
of the south; and the Hittitesand the
Jebusites and the Amorites ..dwell', in

the mountains and the CanaaniteiH

dwell by the sea and, by the coast of
Jordan. '

"And Caleb stilled the people be

fore Moses, and said, let us go up at
once and possess it, for we are well

able to overcome it.' Numbers, 13:

27-29-30.

, And because they failed to act they

dwelt in the wilderness for fortv

years. Let Us possess to the full our

heritage. From one of the Calebs,

- L. S. Light.

Chicago, Ilh, Feb. 23. May. wheat
1.58.
Corn, 75.
Oats, 57.
Pork, nominal. v ; :
Isard, 10.45.
Ribs, 10.10. V

would you know that it was a lake ?

x cuccu VII, V X IC t 1 til 4XIX CXIUUIIKA
it.)

Assignment
We are oing to study about our
or: nge crop. See if you can think of
any way in which the lake helps the
orange growers besides keeping his
grove warm. (He ships his fruit over
in boats to the railroad station. It
is a source of water supply in dry
seasons. It is a pleasant place -for
the grower to live in summer and win winter.)
ter.) winter.)

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

HOME GEOGRAPHY

(BY MARGARET E. TAYLOR)
(Critic Teacred, Ga. Normal School)

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CLASSIFIED A!

Teacher's Aim
1. To teach the water form -lake.
2. To teach the location and value
of Lake Weir.
- Pupirs Aim ;'v"'
We enjoy Lake Weir; is it of any
use'-to. us? -;
Subject Matter ;;
.Lake. What is a lake? Are lakes
of any value to us ? Map of Marion
county, Florida, showing lakes, rivers,
main highways (county roads).
Preparation
Last week we were studying, about

the Oklawaha river, and we decided
wre were glad it was near. Will some

one tell me, why we said we were glad

it was near?, (Ride on the boats, get
fi sh, b,athe, go there for picnics, it
brings freight, : from Jacksonville).

At the lartreb'attended meetinsr off

the K. of P.' l'dsflnight, ,Mr. H. B.

Yhittinzton was instructed in the f

duties of the esquire's rank. --

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WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-

JLAR LOCAL NEEDS.

FOR RENT Six room cottage on

South Third street; can give im

mediate possession. Phone 137. 6t

7 C;bj Cc:UmiIy Supplied Tiib
TLcdfcrd's BbcIi-DrsuLL

FOR RENT Furnished rooms, one
hlotrk from the souare. next to nost-

office, 111 E. Washington St. 19-6t

T.lcDuff, Vk. "I suffered for several
?rs,M, says Atrs. J. D. Whittaker, ol

r, rr.ee. "witn sick neao2cne. ano

Vcn .yesr s ao a friend told me to trj
T:"".-rd's Black-Draught, which did,
.11 ; :ur.d it to be" the best family medi medi-;ir.2
;ir.2 medi-;ir.2 icr young and old.
1 I;cep Black-Draught on hand all the
now, and when my children feel a
i.:3 Lzd, they ask me for a dose, and il
Cszs them more good than any medicine
V.2- ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick sick-r.css
r.css sick-r.css in cur family, since we commenced
EI,;ck-Draught."
-Th?d ford's, Black-Draught is purely
veH-Ic, and has been found to regu regu-lz(j
lz(j regu-lz(j weak stomachs, aid digestion, re re-Tizve
Tizve re-Tizve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
Lcdnclie, sick stomach, and simiiai
cynrptoms.
IMr.3 Jbeen in constant use for more
ihn 70 years, and has benefited more
lln a mUllon people. ..
: "Your druggist sells and recommends
F:ick-Draught. Price only 25c. Get a
lzl:: 3 to-day. u c 12a

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Steauislilp Mms )
? 'vjaelisonvllle. l',, :
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PIiIIaelpliia-; '.

FURNISHED ROOMS For rent for
light housekeeping; newly papered

and painted; rates reasonable; cor

ner Adams and North Main street;

near postofike. Apply on premises,
or, to Charles McLucas,;at Ocala

House Barbershop. 17-Gt' ... ..

FOR SALE Single corap R..I. Red,

Ward strain, eggsv for hatching:
winners .at Ocala N last fall; S1.50

. for fifteen; satisfaction guaranteed.

F. M. Joyner, Lake Weir,-Fla. 6t

FOR RENT A five-room" cottage

with all modern conveniences, On

South Second street, east. Apply

at Star office. dh tf.

FOR RENT Weil locaxeo and nicely

; furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light

Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 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-

roe, & Chambliss National Bank. 4-tf

FOR RENT Mv 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

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

Dr. WV K. Lane, the Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat Specialist, has moved his
residence to the corner of Tuscawilla
and South streets.. Same telephone
as at former Iocatio ,v 6-tf

Messrs. Klock and Lee, of East
Lake, were in the city yesterday on
business -for their N company.

EXERCISE BENEFICIAL TO
WOMEN

Strength Often May be Gained by
- Judicious Activity on Part --
' of the Sick
The' woman suffering from the ills
of her sex often, loses 'ambition and
will not exert herself in the least,, her
muscles become flabby, her circulation
bad and nerves wrecked. Another
woman suffering fr6m the same ills
will lay out for herself a system of
convalescent exercises of deep breath breathing
ing breathing even before leavingTher bed. If
thewroman will but write Dr. Pierce
at the Invalids' 'Hotel, Buffalo, 'N. Y.,

she can. get free medical advice in

Can vou think of any place where we4such cases, also a 1000-page book

FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all

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

Iew

service.
steamers.

steamers. Low Fares. Best
Wireless telegraph on all

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- j
'Jacksonville, Fla.

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

house. Apply to Mrs."- Ellis,
East Oklawaha avenue. 10-cf

323

FOR SALE CHEAP Regal imder imder-sung
sung imder-sung roadster; good condition; rea reasonable
sonable reasonable terms. F. D. Lansford. 19-tf

FOR SALE Two-passenger, 25-hp.
Maxwel car; fully; equipped and in
splendid condition; newt tires. Cheap
for cash; Apply "Auto," care the
Star. 2-tf

WANTED We wish to obtain the
; temporary services of a business
man of standing in Ocala. Remun Remunerative
erative Remunerative Address, the Dewey Com
pany,' Woodard building, Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D.-C.- 23-lt

To a Person Who Prides
Himself pa His Appearance
Clean, Fresh; Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne-

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can go to have a good, time? Lake

Weir.

, Presentation i -Location:
In what direction do we

travel when we gO there? (southeast).
We travel until we get to Belleview,

and then in "what '-direction do we go?

(Keep going souths but toward the

east). f :

Value; (a) -Bathing- Whehwe get
there, "what is the first thing you do ?

(You ask, "Mother, where is my bath bathing
ing bathing suit?") Many of us like it be because
cause because it is such' a-fine place to ?fcwim.
Does it remind you of any place where
you have bathed ? (Ocean Beach.)
Why? (Because of the nice, sandy
beach and big waves). .
(b) Fishing--Most of us like the
lake because it is such a fine place to
swim, but some of us like it for other
reasons. IWHyidb you like it, John 1
(Fishing;)matkind of fish are
you catching! how? How do you catch
them ? (Trolling now, but later on
they will bite only shiners or small
perch.) Why will they bite; the) troll
in the spring, and only live bait in
1 the summer ? (There are: more baby
.fish any', other things io eat in the
summer, and they are not so hungry.
We have therefore, to tempt them)
How many pounds did your last fish
weigh? Are many fish eaught there?
Could you thinlc of anoth way in
which we -could? catch rmanymofe fish,
and in very much less time ? T ( Seine.)
Why (5 don't we do ;-this? Why ?
(Government protects the fish.) i
(c) .Sand for' concrete What do
you think ;,tiie babies enjoy most?
(The sand.) Why do they enjoy it

so much ? So clean and white.) -Is
there much sand there ? Is it good

for anything; else? (Makes the beach
so fine, and is shipped here to Ocala

for concrete work.) t Do you know .the

name of the firm that uses Lake
Weir sand? (Their "place of busi business
ness business is near Susie's house.) Have you

noticed how' pretty and white -the

stone made from the sand is?

(d) Protection of the groves -How

many have been all the way around

the lake ? WTiat did you see, and

what did you think of them? (Orange
Groves). Can you think why there

are so many there and so few in

Ocala?, Have you ever been bathing

there in December or January? Was

the water cold? What kind of cli

mate do orange trees like ? Can you

tell now why there are so many or

ange groves? .(Would not a warm

stove keep a room warmer? And
would not the warm air coming from

the water keep- the orange trees

warmer?)

Lake Form: When you took your

boat trip around the lake did you

notice in any place a stream flowing

into or out of the lake? (Lake Weir
has no inlet nor outlet. It is fed by
the rains.) What is the difference in

shape of this and the river? Size?

Current 01 the water 7, it is easy
enough to row down the river, but
what about coming back? Is there a

current in Lake Weir? If two of

you were going to East Lake and

back and one of you said, "I will row
over, if you will row back," you would
say what? (Alright.) But if you
were on the river and one of you said

"I will row down, if you will row

back," what would you say? .Why?

(The river has a current and flows
somewhere.) ; Have you ever seen a
lake that has a river or a stream

flowing into it? One with a stream
or river flowing: "out of it? (Some
Iake3 have inlets," some have "outlets
nnd .om3 have both). If a lake- wcr?
small enough' for you to fee arcur.d,it,

with advice on hygiene, how to care

for the sick, sex problems, diseases
of women, etc., all for 3 dimes or 30
cents in stampsto pay for mailing.
Sick women-thousands of them,
have been cured by thfe use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is
a woman's tonic that has a singleness
of purpose in curing the diseases of

wromen only. It establishes regularity,
heals inflammation and banishes pain.

The dull, sunken eye with its dark
circles! which comes of. suffering is

banished s6 too isrthe sallow sunken

cheek, the' shrunken" form when, this

Prescription" is? trsed.-'Ut- is a tem

perance remedy-because made without

alcohol of native roots and herbs.

Women who suffer should not wait

till a breakdown causes prostration. If

you are anxious to correct the de

rangement of the delicate female or

gans, to overcome irritability and ner

vousness, waste no time, but get Dr.

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4iid or- tablet form, this very day at

any medicine dealers and. 1 tomorrow

you will know that; you rare on the

highway td health ;;and hppiness.;

Write for free 136.page book xn dis

eases of women. :'c

Dr.' Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regu

late and invigorate stomach, liver and

bowels.- Adv. 12

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ELAINE SMOKERS, a large 5c

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fully selected tobacco, in our factory,

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DO YOU NEED
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An Enameled Bed,
A Dresser,
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- A Side Board,
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Are you interested in a complete outfit of FURNITURE, for home, Board Boarding
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Our prescriptwa departnient-riH our
pride. Ask the doctor.' The' Court
Pharmacy. 17-Gt

STOP THAT COUGIINOW
, When you xatch Cold, .or; begin to
cough, ht? first thing to do is to talce

Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honev. ; It rene-'

trates TtHiningsthtftltdl

lungs and fights the germs of the dis dis-'Sqh.L
'Sqh.L dis-'Sqh.L '-".qilclc rel I T id -r.atural
healing. 'Our whole family Tdepend
on Pine-Tar-Honey for coughs and
Colds," writes Mr. E. Williams, Ham Ham-ilton,
ilton, Ham-ilton, Ohio. It always helps. 25c at
your druggist, tues-thurs-fri-wkly. r

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COLDS ARE, OFTEN : ;
MOST SERIOUS STOP
POSSIBLE C03IPLICATIONS

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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
needs 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 analysis
sis analysis of Colds. 50c at your druggist.
Buy a bottle today, tues thfs-f ri-wky.
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f BIULES FOR SALE

RMver'fi: MacKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EUBALUEBS
Flac Caskcls and Oarial Robes.
D. E. SIcIVER and C V. ROBERTS

Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-mers
mers Embal-mers and Fully Guaranteed,
PHONES
D. E. McIVER 101
C V. ROBERTS 305
'Undertaking Office '. .5

Eight or ten head of first class, sec second,
ond, second, hand, general purpose mules; will
be sold, cheap for cash or on time with
approved security. Can be seen at my
place at Lynne. JOHN IL ROGERS,
Lynne, Fla. 1-1-tf tues-fri

COLDS AND CROUP IN CHILDREN

Many people rely upon Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy impliaUly in cas cases
es cases of colds and croup, aid it never
disappoints them. Mrs, E. II. Thomas
of Logansport, Ihd., 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. .1 have always Oiven it to
my children when suffering from
croup, and it has never failed to give
them prompt relief." For sale by all
dealers. Adv.
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IT REALLY DOES
RELIEVE RHEUMATISM

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Your Order will have
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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, ine minute you feel
pain ci 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 Cold3,
Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago,
Sciatica and like ailments. Your

money back if not satisfied, but it

does give almost instant relief.. Buy

a bottle today, tues-thurs-fn-wlpy.
HOW TO PREVENT v

; BILIOUS; ATTACKS

"Coming- events cast their shadow

before." Thi3 is especially true c

jilious attacks. Year appetite will

ff.il, ycu will feel dull and languid

If yoa ara.finbject to bilious atra:ks

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New Home ol tlie Oosaar
WISH to inform our customers that the Oeali
Bazaar, which has been located for 17 years in tk
store in the Commercial Bank Block, is now local

ed in the two central store rooms in the St. Geor;
Block, the handsome new brick block owned by th
Metropolitan Realty & Investment Company a
shown in the above, picture. The store is just on
block further south than the former location. Re
member where our new home is located and com
to see us in our pretty new quarters.
We are showing a large 'line of Newest and Be
. Goods in Rcady-To-X7ccr Oo-Ods for men, vc
men and children, complete from head to foot, ah
Novelties, Slafionery, School Supplies,
and TaMc Linen, c!c,

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