The Ocala evening star

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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 21.

OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1915

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CEiEB OVER WHAT MAY HAPPEN TO AMEBIC

AN COMMERCE

ILIIillSMTIOIi'S 8EC01ID liOTE TO GREAT BHITAIH OEQUESTS THAT
MARITIfilE POLICE BE MADE MORE EXPLICIT,

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III SUBSTITUTE RIVER AIIO HARDOR

BILL DRAFTED By SEIIATOR FLETCHER

Washington, March 6. -When the
v note the United States is said to

f about ready to send to Great -Brit-p
reaches the London foreign office
is expected that Great Britain will,
jimediately place before President.'
filson a comparative statement re reading
ading reading the British policy of paralyz-

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g all German commerce. Great dis-

I GREECE

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sf action exists in Washington over :

e alleged dilatory tactics of Great j are CERTAIN TO DECLARE WAR

ntain regarding the recent inquiries nr,PftDt, TIIP ,r

the United States.
Nothing has been received from Sir; IS OVER
lward Grey, replying to the presi-j Rome March 6 Leadinn- dinlomats

j?nt' request for further details of : today predicted that Greece and Italy
jigland's new maritime policy v It is would enter the War on the .side of
id that the second note will make!the allies before the end of March. It
.ear that the United States cannot J is declared that Greece has already
jew without protest infractions of j decided to join the allies and this ac-

acrnauonai law to tne detriment oi ;nn -will for itur'

fflfflliPr Til A m
WIJwl- llliy
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e rights of neutral nations on the

as. While avoiding any direct issue j CUTTING

ith Great Britain, the United States

determined to know just what haa haa-ds
ds haa-ds are to be faced by American com-crce.

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. A RAID

IG AIRSHIP WRECKED IN THE

TREES NEAR BRUSSELS J
Berlin, March 6. Returning from

h aerial raid on the coast towns of
prthern France, a Zeppelin crashed
I to a clump of trees and was wreck wreck-1
1 wreck-1 near Tirlemont, east of Brussels:

st night. juK''..T -O t:

SNSOR ENFORCES 'AN

OMINOUS' SILENCE

recasts that Important Moves are

on Foot
London, March 6. The censorship,

jiich has recently been lav, was sud-

PRESSURE
KING

ON THE

Paris, March 6. Press dispatches
from Athens confirm the Rome re reports
ports reports that Greece will soon enter the
war. A general mobilization order
has been drawn for the royal signa signature.
ture. signature. It is said the cabinet will resign
i fthe king hesitates to' signv:

AUSTRIANS AND GERMANS PRE PREFER
FER PREFER BLIZZARD'S TO RUS RUSSIANS
SIANS RUSSIANS STEADY ADVANCE

Petrograd, March 6.
sation of blizzards in

-With the ces ces-the
the ces-the Carpath-

Washington, March G. The substi substitute
tute substitute river and harbor bill drafted by
Senator Fletcher, which passed Con Congress,
gress, Congress, provides for the following Flor Florida
ida Florida surveys:
Miakka river.
Anclote river, from the county
bridge to the head of navigation.
Fisheating creek.
West Pass, Apalachicola.
St. Andrews Bay, with a view to
removing shoals in the north arm.
Silver Springs to Ocala, with the
view of. constructing a canal.
Esterp river.
Contemplates Purchase of East Coast
Canal
The bill also contains the follow following
ing following provision inserted at the insist insistence
ence insistence of Senator Fletcher:
"The secretary of war is authoriz authorized
ed authorized to appoint a board of three officers
of the engineer corps of the United
States Army to examine and appraise

the value of the work and franchises

lERfflBLE LOSS

OF TEOTOIIICS

VON HINDENBURG HAS PAID A
FEARFUL PRICE FOR HIS
EAST "PRUSSIAN
VICTORY
Petrograd, March 6. The German
and Austrian losses for the last six
weeks is estimated at 325,000 by the
Russian war office; the killed at 150, 150,-000;
000; 150,-000; wounded 80,000; prisoners, 93, 93,-000.
000. 93,-000. In the desperate effort to smash
the Russian defense of Warsaw, it if
believed that General Von Hinderburg
sacrificed 260,000 men.

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SIGNALS OF DISTRESS PBOHPRY AHS17EDED 10 P.

EIIGERS AIID CREW TAKEfJ OFF BfRESCOIIIC SHIPS

ians, the Russians are again advanc-jof the East Coast Canal from the

ing on the entire southern and, south southwestern
western southwestern front.- In Bukowina they

St. Johns river to Key West, Florida,
with reference to the desirability of

have crossed the Pruth river, opening j purchasing said 'canal by the United

an attack on Czernowitz. In south southern
ern southern and eastern Galicia, the Russians,
capturing Stanislau and Kolomea,

States and the construction over the
route of the said canal of a free and
open waterway, having a. depth and

pressed the Austro-Germans back to capacity sufficient for inland naviga-

LEST YOU FORGET

pred that events of great military
r naval importance are taking place,
lie French and German statements
ere held up today.

USITANIA HAS AGAIN

- REACHED LIVERPOOL

ipped in Thru the Night with All

Lights. Extinguished
Liverpool, March 6. Flying the

ritish flag, the Lusitania arrived
lorn New York safely today. The
g liner crawled through the dark-

ss with all lights extinguished.

Lest the older, people forgets and
the younger never know, the beauty
of the steps of the old-fashioned
dances, the Lake Weir Yacht Club
will give a program on next Saturday
night of the old-time dances. The
new dances will be barred for the eve evening.
ning. evening. Here is the program:
1: Grand march anb! Sciliancircle.
2.' Square odance. f ''J"', "r
:-34: Schottische. 'r; -
4. Country dance (chorus jig)."

Waltz." :
Country dance (old zip coon).
Square dance ( Portland -fancy).
Intermission.
Two-step.
Square dance.
Country dance (money musk).

11. Polka.
12. Square dance.
13. Country dancer (Virginia reel).
Extras. .'
Only the music of the fiddle will be
heard. Two Yankee fiddlers, who
have had years of experience in fur

nishing music for the old-time "hoe "hoe-downs"
downs" "hoe-downs" have been scraping the strings
for a week In anticipation of the event.
It will be a real old-fashioned dance,
and club members, old and young,
will find it one of the most entertain entertaining
ing entertaining numb.ers on the long -list of de delightful
lightful delightful events that the club has en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. Get your partners.

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Nadworna.
Near Wysckow, at the Lupkow and
Dukla passes, and "along ;the .Dunagec
river, southwest of Tarnow, the Rus Russians
sians Russians are attacking the Austrians."
The Russians have captured 2,300
prisoners with a large quantity of
guns and munitions in the Stanislau
district. '.
The Russians continue a cautious
but steady advance in 'Poland," where
the Germans are losing heavily.

CLEAN-UP WEEK

The civic .committee of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club; of which "Mra. George J.
Blitch is. chairman, has designate
next week, as nqlean-up week' and de desires
sires desires the Star to Call the attention of
the people generally tdjthe fact. Now
is the timef to' gather up the leaves
and other trash in the yards and
streets. The committee will see that
wagons call for all trash and busy it itself
self itself in other ways in cleaning up the
town. Your, cooperation is asked.

ISSOURI NORMAL SCHOOL
LOST HALF A MILLION

very Building Except the Gymnas

ium was Burned
Warrenburg, Mo., March' 6. Every
lildmg of the Missouri Normal

hool except the Dockery gymnasium
as burned today. Loss, $500,000..

NOTHER NORTHERN INVASION

A DAILY PAPER FOR
LEGISLATIVE SESSION
The Tallahassee True Democrat
will be issued as a large eight-page
morning daily during the session of
the 1915 legislature. All legislative
proceedings reported without bias.
Price for entire session $1. Send re remittance
mittance remittance to True Democrat, Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, Fla. tf

Subscribe for your magazines at
The Murray Company. 6-3t

CHERO-COLA COMPANY
BOUGHT A FORD CAR

tion. Said board, to the. Extent that
the, same can be done from surveys
heretofore-; made under the wirection
of the war'department andvithin the
limits of the appropriation herein
made, shall also examine and investi investigate
gate investigate the feasibility for the purpose of
such a waterway, of any parallel
route "between said points."

SIX SECOND-HAND GUNS
FOR FLORIDA CITIES

The Chero-Cola Company this
morning purchased from Mr. Edward
Tucker a Ford touring car, to use in
covering the five counties it has the
agency for. Mr. LaGrange Sistrunk,
who commenced work for the com company
pany company yesterday, is driving the. new
car. ''

MARKETING BUREAU BUSY

Dr. R. T. Weaver, state organizer
for the Florida Marketing Bureau,
is at Lutz near Dade City today,
where he is lecturing and forming a
club. His assistant, Mr. Forney, is
organizing the growers at Dallas,
where the farmers from that section,
and Pedro are assembled.

Government Will Give Condemned
.Cannon to Tallahassee, Sanford
and Gainesville
... Washington, March 6. An "omni "omnibus,
bus, "omnibus, cannon" bill which passed Con Congress
gress Congress in its closing hours authorizes
the secretary of war to donate cannon
and balls to Florida cities as follows:
"To the city of Tallahassee, Fla.,
two candemned bronze or brass can cannon
non cannon or field pieces and a suitable out outfit
fit outfit of cannon balls.
To the city of Gainesville, in the
state of Florida, two condemned
bronze or brass cannon or field pieces,

with their carriages and a suitable
outfit of cannon balls.
"To the city of Sanfor, in the state
of Florida, two bronze or brass can cannon,
non, cannon, with a suitable outfit of cannon
balls, wrhich may not be needed in
the service, the same to be placed in
a public park, building or square in
said city."

MOULTRIE'S GREAT
PACKING PLANT

Moultrie, Georgia, has a great pack packing
ing packing plant that cost over $200,000. It
is proving a wonderful success and
tens of thousands of hogs are being
dressed and- packed there. Such a
plant would pay in Florida, though
perhaps such a large capacity and as
much money is not needed as yet.

SEED FOR PUPILS OF
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS

London, March 6. The French
liner La Touraine, burning at sea 500
miles west of the Irish coast, flashed
the S. O. S. signal early today. The
steamships Arabic, Rotterdam, Swan Swan-more
more Swan-more and Comishman, answering the
signals, rushed to La Touraine's as assistance.
sistance. assistance. The passengers and crew
were rescued.
La Touraine was bound from New
York to Havre. She steamed Satur:
day last. Among the passengers were
ten nurses and five physicians, going
to the French war zone.

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PACKING INDUSTRY OF MARION

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf

Mrs. Otis T. Green, Ocala, Fla:
My dear Mrs. Green: Yours of the
Gth instant just received. I am tak taking
ing taking pleasure in having forwarded to
your address, one thousand packages
of flower seed, such as the govern government
ment government distributes. I hope these will
answer your purpose. If, however, I
can do anything further to aid in your
most laudable undertaking, please do
not hesitate to command me. 1
With assurances of my. continued
regard and with best wishes for the
success of your enterprise, I am,
Yours very respectfully,
Frank Clark, M. C.
Editor Star: Please publish this
letter and mention that the seeds
have arrived and will be distributed
to the school children next week, at

the schools. Mrs. O. T. Green,
Sub-Chairman Civic Department of
the Woman's Club.

BLOODY AFFAIR AT BRUNSWICK

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

Subscribe for your
The Murray Company.

magazines at
6-3t

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

A. large shipmr7it of Dennison's
crepe paper in all colors just receiv--l
at the Court Pharmacy. 17-6t

People who trade with the Rexall
stores get best quality in everything.
5erig'd. 18-ttY
Clearwater has a jitney bus.

Insane Man Killed Two Citizens and

Wounded Several

Brunswick, Ga., March 6. Monroe

Phillips, said to be insane, went into
the office of Harry Dunwoody, a prom

inent lawyer of the city and shot Dun

woody dead this morning. Phillips
then rushed to the street and opened

fire on his pursuers, killing H. A. Pra

jett and George Ardell. A shot from

the crowd which gathered killed Phil Phillips.
lips. Phillips. Half a dozen people were ser

iously wounded during the shooting.

SEE THE FARM on the Silver

Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with

fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf

Well located five room cottage; all

conveniences; close in; for rent, $15

per month. Apply at Star office, tf

unny South Shivering Under a Blan

ket of Snow

Richmond. March 6. Four inches

snow covers Virginia today.

In a little talk yesterday afternoon,
before a few members of the Board
of Trade, and the Board of Governors
of that body, Mr. L. S. Light, of Red Red-dick,
dick, Red-dick, stated that a few years ago
Marion county had no method for cur curing
ing curing her meat or preserving it other
than the old methods of smoking $nd
salting. Now, he said, the Ocala Ice &
Packing Company cured 500,000
pounds of pork this season and the
Reddick Ice and Cold Storage plant
cured 120000 more. In addition to

this, we. might add, that unless they

have recently discontinued their bus business,
iness, business, the Dunnellon ice plant handles
a great deal of meat each season.

MEETING OF MARION

TEACHERS ASSOCIATION

The Marion County.. Teachers' Asso

ciation held Its regular monthly meet

ing this morning j at the high school,

with Prof. :W,!H. Cassels,. president

pro tern, in the"chair."

1 The meeting was opened with pray

er "by Dr. Cox of the University of

Florida, who came especially to ad

dress the association.

The minutes of the last meeting

were read by the secretary, Miss

Elizabeth Mizelle, after which Miss

Nellie Gottlieb gave an instrumental

selection, playing exquisitely Chopin's

"Polonaise."

It was decided to have one more

meeting, April 10th.

"A Bowl of Roses" and "I Know a

Lovely Garden" were two enjoyable
numbers charmingly sung by Mrs. H.
M. Hampton.
Dr. Cox, who is one of the state's
chief educational promotors, was in introduced
troduced introduced by Prof. Cassels. "What is
Man" was the subject of Dr. Cox's
splendid address. He began by giv giving
ing giving the following definition of man
from Tennyson's Memoriam:
"An infant crying in the night,
An infant crying for the light."
It was with deep interest that he
was heard by the many who attended
the meeting.

BRITISH AND FRENCH IN THE
DARDANELLES AND THE
. RUSSIANS IN THE
BOSPHORUS
London, March G. Heavy Krupp
guns along the Dardanelles, north of
the Chanak and Nagura forts, where
the waterway bends sharply to the
east, and a great Turkish army mass massed
ed massed along both sides of the strait to
prevent the march of the allied forces
on Constantinople, have apparently
checked the operations of the inter

national fleet.

The threatened Russian attack, with

ten battleships, twenty-twQ destroy destroyers
ers destroyers and eleven submarines and nine

teen smaller craft, at the eastern end
of the Bosphorus, may necessitate the

withdrawal of a part of the Turkish

forces to defend Constantinople.

DUNNELLON DOTS

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

Have your choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" or Pabst's Blue Ribbon on
draft, at Johnny's. 6-tf

EXT MEETING OF THE

STATE PARDONING BOARD

Tallahassee. March 6. The next

gular meeting of the state board

pardons will be held in the gov-j
nor's office, beginning on the morn-1
g of Wednesday, March 17th, 1915,

1. Business is always good at Gerig's,
' cause it is the Rexall store. 18-tf
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ECOMMENDS CHAMBER CHAMBER-1
1 CHAMBER-1 LAIN'S COUGH REMEDY

1"I take pleasure in recommending
lamberlain's Cough Remedy to my
istomers because I have confidence
it I find that they are pleased
ith 'it and call for it when again in
"ed of such a medicine," writes J. W.
;xson, Montevallo, Mo. For sale by
1 dealers. 3-l-15t

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FOR YOUR INSPECTION.
eOME in and see our striking line of snappy, up-to-date Spring and Sum-
mcr patterns and shades in Worsteds, Cheviots, .Serges and Tweeds.
Take your choice. Pick the style you prefer. That's all there is to it. Our
expert tailor will take your measure and your clothes will be made in our
Sun-Lit shops by expert cutters and highly skilled, happy tailors. We will give
you a Perfect Fit, the finest you ever had on your back, or hand back your
money. That is the English Woolen ills method of Hoing business. Its
the method that guarantees the utmost clothes value for your money.

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(Advocate)
Born' to Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Harp
on last Saturday, a fine boy.
Mrs. Mollie Johnson has returned
from Augusta, Ga., where she went to
be with her sister, Mrs. Hatfield, in
her last illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Niblack are
the proud parents of a 'fine boy who
arrived Friday.
J. S. Pedrick paid a visit to his son,
Fred, at Starke last week.
N. F. Pratt, of Camp's Dam, was a
visitor from Saturday to Monday
with friends in Dunnellon.
Rv. S. S. Mathis' family left Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday far Nashville, Ga., where Mr.

Mathis has accepted a call to the
Baptist church at that place.
The baseball season is to start next
week. Crystal River is anxious to
furnish practice for the local boys.
E. W. Rush & Co. are to move
their business into the Kibler block.
The store is being remodeled and Mr.
Rush will have an attractive business
stand.
Miss Mays and Mrs. Small chaper chaperoned
oned chaperoned a party which motored to Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs, last Saturday. A bas basket
ket basket picnic and social good time was
enjoyed by all. In the party were
Misses Lucille and Clara Kibler, Inez
Neville, Rosa Yawn, Mabel Maxwell
and Messrs. C. T. Johnson, C. E. Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, Earl Vann, Randolph Griffiith
and Jack Kibler.
Rev. A. C. Prisoc of Berlin, who is
well ki Vn in Dunnellon, having been
in active service in the church here
for thirteen years, was a Monday vis visitor.
itor. visitor. Simon Feinberg last Saturday ex exhibited
hibited exhibited a telegram to his friends
which he received advising him that
a shipment of 16 hampers of lettuce
had been sold for $5.75 per hamper.
And yet some farmers are talking of
curtailing their acreage because the
mines are not running.

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NOTIPF.

The state and county tax books
will close according to the law3 of
Florida on the last dayxof March.
Come as earlv as vou cossihlv

thus avoiding the big rush we always
have the last ten or fifteen days the

tax docks are open.. Also be sure and
bring or send a correct description cf
your property when you wish either
a memorandum of the amount or to
pay your taxes, thus reducing the
possibility of an error to the mini minimum.
mum. minimum. If you write us do not be im impatient
patient impatient if our reply seems delayed.
We will answer as fast as we possi possibly
bly possibly can and as near as practical all
letters in the order in which they
were received. Yours very truly,
W. L. COLBERT,
3-4-30d Tax Collector-



OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTIXGEU & CARROLU PROPRIETORS

. V. i,4t v Tftavencood, Business Manager
It. R.. Carroll, General Manager Port wanfcwi
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Oc"a. Fla.. postoffice as second class matter.

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
in advance

On year.

Six months, in advance...
Three months, in advance.
Ont month, in advance

.$5.00
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(Foreign)

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

m.. ns this week manufacturing celluloid, and without

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is devoted to our venerable fellow cit citizen,
izen, citizen, Mr. Frank E. Harris, editor of
the Banner. Under a handsome por portrait
trait portrait of this honored journalist is a
brief history of his life and the fol following
lowing following deserved tribute to his charac character
ter character and work:

Frank Harris entered a printing

office at the age of 12, and was with
the Ocala Banner when it was found founded
ed founded in 1866, and became its editor and
owner in 1872. He early advocated

the unification of the sections and
heartily endorsed the 'unification
movement' inaugurated by General
Beauregard. In his entire editorial
career he has inculcated moderation
and tolerance in religion and politics
and has urgently advocated every
movement that tended to bring about
good fellowship at home and abroad.
He has tried to bring about a fulfill fulfill-wont
wont fulfill-wont of the test which says: 'Behold

his discovery it could not have be

come commercialized. Another im important
portant important discovery made by Dr. Eames

was a method of forging steel direct

from the ore, which was the first pro

ress of this kind ever used in this

country.

WILL BE SUPPLIED Bl THE FOBT MYERS.

BAY AIID MIAMI RAILROAD

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The current issue of New Florida,
the organ of the New South Farm &
Home Co., prints the following, which
will be of great interest to many peo people
ple people in Marion county:
"Judge R. M. Call, of the federal
court, has issued a very important or order
der order of interest to contract holders,
and to those entitled to deeds for land
bought from the New South Farm &
Home Company. This order appears

in full on the first page of this issue
of the New Florida. As will be not noted,
ed, noted, the court directs Mr. Telfair

Stockton, receiver, to issue deeds free

fcnw rnnr1 and how oleasant it is for and clear of the W. W. Crawford

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brethren to dwell together in unity.'

Frank Harris is a brilliant journalist
and he has been a power for good in
Florida. He is a leader of men and

is resDonsible for many reforms in'

this state. There is not a more pop popular
ular popular citizen in Florida and his edi editorials
torials editorials are largely reproduced all oyer

the country.' I
Among tho guests of the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington last night were Comptroller W.
V. Knott, and Treasurer Luning.
These two efficient officials are much
given to going around into "all por
tions of Florida, thereby obtaining
much information necessary in the
discharge of their duties. They had
just inspected the new state farm at
Raiford, which is steadily improving,
and will soon be an institution any
commonwealth might be proud of.
Todaythey paid a visit to the Marion
Farms, a place that seems to im improve
prove improve every year.

It is yet a matter of doubt as to
whether the Turks or Russians are

strongest in the Black Sea. It is re reported
ported reported that a Russian fleet is steam steaming
ing steaming toward the northeastern end of
the Bosphorus, to attack the Turk Turkish
ish Turkish squadron def ending that channel.
If it had not been, for the addition of
the German cruisers, ; Goeben and
Breslau, to the Turkish Black Sea
fleet, the Russians would have had
things all their own way on that body
of water. It is probable that the op opposing
posing opposing naval 'forces are too nearly
matched for comfort, else Russia
would be landing troops near Con Constantinople
stantinople Constantinople ere now, as it is only 300
miles from the Black Sea' end of the
Bosphorus to the great Russiati port
of Odessa.

mortgage upon the approval of these
deedsby the court."

S. Davies Warneld, chairman or

the board of directors of the Seaboard

Air Line, and also president of the
Southern Development Organization1,
has written a personal letter to Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Rooney of the Marion County
Board of Trade, asking him to be

present at the coming annual meet meeting
ing meeting of the organization in Baltimore,
and inclosing proxy for him to fill out
in case he cannot attend.

Mr. W. A. Edwards, a prominent
architect of Atlanta, who planned
the University buildings and many
other important state structures, was
in town today and paid the Star an
appreciated call. He was on his way
to St. Augustine, where Monday he
will meet with the state board of
control, of which Mr. E. L. Wartmann
is a member, to inspect the new build building
ing building just erected for the deaf and
blind institute.

The page announcement of the
Chautauqua in today's Star is not ah
advertisement. It is printed as in information
formation information for our readers, and is the
Star's contribution to a good work. If
all others interested in educational
entertainment will do half as much,
the Chautauqua will be a great success.

Thefamous GermarTartillery officer,
Von der Goltz, is at Constantinople,
acting as military adviser to the Turk Turkish
ish Turkish government. A. few days ago, he
telegraphed to Berlin, asking for fifty
German artillery officers to help in de defense
fense defense of the Dardanelles. He receiv received
ed received the reply that all German artillery
officers were neded at home, and the
message closed with the laconic ad admonition,
monition, admonition, "Do your best."
Reports from the Mississippi valley
indicate that the daddy of waters is
about to go on his annual spring
bust.

The articles of incorporation of the section they will penetrate whose re re-West
West re-West Coast Construction & Develop-: sources have heretofore lain dormant,
ment Co., whose headquarters are in; ,n Mi Hilands 0ffice in this city
this city, are being drawn by the com-
pany's attorneys and will be forward-' are a reat many maps' plats and
ed to Tallahassee, and the proposed j data of the preliminary surveys. The
charter of the company will be pub- route of the railroad has been careful-

lished in a few days. j y id out by engineers who, them-
The work of the company will be to selves, have been over, the ground
construct the r ort Myers, Marco Bay ; and know it to be feasible and the
and Miami railroad, to extend from best one to adopt. The preliminary

the first to the last mentioned of these : maps the Star reporter went over
points and open up one of the rich- with Mr. Hilands and knows them to
est sections of the state, whose vast be authentic.
reaches of fertile soil, unbroken tim- Mr. Hilands has associated with
ber tracts of pine and cypress, its : him men of great influence in the fi fi-matchless
matchless fi-matchless fruit and vegetable lands, I nancial world, with their millions be be-its
its be-its broad acres of grazing famous : hind them. They have known him
for a century for its cattle ranges and j for vears and have implicit confidence
excellent native beef, will be opened in his ability and integrity. A good
to commerce for the first time. many of these people have visited the

Mr. W. J. Hilands of this city, is j proposed road's terminals and are per per-trustee
trustee per-trustee for the rights of way, termi- s fectly willing to back the enterprise
nals, etc., and will represent the in-j with their capital.
terests who are back of this great en- i It will require over two millions of
terprise. ; dollars to complete the road with its
Mr. Hilands has associated with docks and terminals and the money is
him a number of the state's leading available for the work from eastern

and most successful business men, and Chicago capitalists,
who can read deeply into a business The engineering end of the work is
proposition and decide quickly wheth-in charge of Mr. W. B. Clay of Ar Ar-er,
er, Ar-er, or not it is good. cadia, said to be the most experienced
These men will accomplish a work civil engineer in Florida and certain certain-second
second certain-second only to that done by the late : ly possessed of the best knowledge of
Henry M. Flagler, when he had the the southern portion of the state. Mr.
nerve and business foresight to build j Clay has two engineer assistants with
trie East Coast Railway, but in a way, ; him and is getting together his crew
they have a great advantage over him, j of men. Mr. Clay has tramped over

for they will reap the benefits of his '- 21 counties of the state and has made
work, as well as the other roads, and and had published large maps of these
will form the connecting link and not counties from his own and govern govern-ojily
ojily govern-ojily be fed by them but be a feeder ment surveys, and there are few places
to them in turn in supplying the con- in these counties that he or his as-

nection to the outside world for the sistants have not seen.

On the 20th of this month, Mr. Clay,
with his assistant engineers and sur-

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CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 285,000

We solicit the business of farmers, stock raisers, citrus growers and all
other industries of Marioii and adjoining counties.
We want business. Not necessarily large business but solid business.

LUCKY PURCHASE
AND HENCE THIS SPECIAL

Judge James R. Brown died at his
home in Canton, Ga., a few days ago.
He was a brother of '01d Joe Brown,"
Georgia's famous war governor, and
was 88 years old. ?

Miss Josephine Redding, a San
Francisco girl, who is a trained nurse
in the Red Cross service in the French

army, has been awarded the cross
of the Lefrion of Honor. The honor,

bestowed for braveVy on the battle
field, is said to have been recommend
ed by General Joffre.

Some of the brightest papers that
come to our exchange table buy their
editorials from New York or Chicago
syndicates. We would do the same
thing if we were not afraid we would
be found out.

Official reports to the United States
government describe intolerable condi conditions
tions conditions in Mexico City, where the popu populace
lace populace is suffering the effects of famine
and lack of communication with the
outside world.

When Governor Rye of Tennessee
was a country boy he used to go
courting his girl astride a red bull,
which he had broken to the saddle.
He was too poor to own a horse. He
and the other country boys who have
the pluck and patience to do such
difficult things as train bovines to the
saddle do most of the real work of
this great country.

The shutting up of two or three
carelessly conducted banks by the
comptroller of the currency is not a
bad sign but a good one.
The German fleet is bottled up and
the British fleet is the cork. Neither
can get away from the bottle.
Lakeland, is going to greatly en

large and improve its -electric plant,
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ana is connaent that by the use of
crude oil current can be produced at
half a cent per kilowatt hour.
Dr. Charles J. Eames, a noted chem chemist
ist chemist who' had many chemical discover

ies to his credit, died in New York
Friday. He was 84 years old. Dr.

Eames first advanced the theory that
carbolic acid used in surgery, would

rcvent infection. He also discover

ed an important part of the art of

Albert W. Butler has greatly im improved
proved improved the Inverness Chronicle, and
that live sheet is better than ever be before
fore before in its history. Mr. Butler was
in Ocala a few days ago, and secured
a nice line of advertising from Ocala
business men, who have always had
a goodly number of customers in Cit Citrus
rus Citrus county.

PUBLIC ENEMIES

If you build a line of railway over
hills and barren lands,
Giving lucrative employment to about

a million hands;

If you cause a score of cities oy your
right-of-way to rise,
Where there formerly was nothing but

some rattlesnakes and flies;

If when bringing coin to others you
ammre a little kale.

Then you've surely robbed the peepul

and you ougnt to De in jam
If by planning and by toiling you have

won some weaitn ana iame,
It will make no odds how squarely
you have played your little
game;
Your success is proof sufficient that
you are a public foe
You'er a souless malefactor; to the
dump you ought to go.
It's a crime for you to prosper where
so many others fail;
You have surely robbed the peepul
and you ought to be in jail.
Be a chronic politician, deal in super superheated
heated superheated air;
Roast the banks and money barons,
there is always safety there;
But to sound the note of business is

a crime so mean and base
That a fellow guilty of it ought to go
and hide his face.
Change the builders' song triumphant
for the politician's wail,
Or well think you've robbed the pee peepul
pul peepul and we'll pack you off to
jail.
Walt Mason, in Journal of Electric Electric-ty,
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In Ocala
Watch next week's
Star for announce announcements
ments announcements of the following
Ocala business houses.
Frank's. :
the globe,
fishel & son.
hayes & guynn.
rheinauer & co.
e. t. helvenston.
smith grocery co.
o. k. teapot grocery.
ENGLISH WOOLEN MILLS.
ROYAL CLEANERS AND
DYERS.

veying crew, will start out on the
permanent survey from Fort Myers.
' He will have 20 men,' three double
mule teams and all camp and survey
equipment that is necessary. Bases
; of supplies will be provided along the
'route as the work progresses and the
5 survey will be pushed as rapidly as
possible. He expects to have the
I work completed in two months or
; three at the outside, and will make
most elaborate profile 'maps and from
: his detailed reports the contracts can
be let for the actual construction of
t the road, for the condition of every
! yard of the route, the material under underfoot,
foot, underfoot, the grades and fills, the water
! encountered, etc., will be shown.
The route decided on for the road

and the survey will be from Fort My-

1 ers, almost due south to Naples and

Marco Bay, thence straight across the
: state, east, two-thirds of the distance

and then taking a southeasterly direc

tion to Miami, a total distance of 150

miles.

Mr. Hilands and his associates have
already spent many thousands of dol

lars on preliminary surveys, rights of
: way and terminals and have been at

work on the matter for eight or ten

I months, sjy that they know thoroughly

what is to be done, and propose to do

it.

Through the section the road will

pass, to show the vast interests that
have investments there, two com companies
panies companies alone own over a million and

a quarter acres of land, timbered with
pine and cypress, and the timber has

not been touched as yet. These com

panies have gladly given the right of

way for the railroad and, in fact, ev

ery other land owner along the route
has welcomed the project and very lit little
tle little difficulty was experienced in secur securing
ing securing the right of way. This right of
way is now completed from coast to
coast and the people whose property
it will touch realize that it will en enhance
hance enhance the value of their real estate
many fold.
At Fort Myers there is now a good
harbor and reasonable depth of water.
At Marco Bay, one of the oldest trad trading
ing trading points on the coast, with a rich
country surrounding, there is a nat

ural harbor, unsurpassed in the state,

3 large enough to float the battleships

I of a nation and give them maneuver

; ing room, with from 28 to 32 feet of
i water and 12 feet over the bar at low
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I dredging and jetty work and the larg-
est ship can come over the bar and
right up to the terminals of the road.

A Fpur road will also be built from
Fort Myers southwest to Puta Rassa,
the oldest cattle shipping point in the
state from which cattle were shipped
to Cuba a hundred years ago and still
' an important point for this great
South Florida industry, as well as for

i fruit and vegetables.
1 Ficm this point south, some of the
, country is swampy but tens of thou-

sanu el acres are -avanaoie ior cum-

! ration and very fertile; much of the

swamp land is densely timbered with
; cypress, only awaiting transportation
facilities. At Miami every encourage encourage-'ment
'ment encourage-'ment and inducement should be given
'the enterprise and the road should
have most desirable terminals. The
advent of this new trans-state rail rail-j
j rail-j road will mean great things for the

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We challenge any RELIABLE merchant to make
the same prices that we do. If after purchasing you find
that another reliable merchant is selling Quality for
Quality for Less Price, let us know, and we will marl:
ours five per cent under his price.

Double Voting Coupon

On all purchases we will allow a double
voting in the big Automobile Contest. This
means that for every dollar purchased in
this department you will receive 200 votes.

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the state thousands of dollars into her
channels of trade.
Fort Myers and Marco Bay each
year have a great "many multi-millionaires
spending the winter there, en enjoying
joying enjoying the climate, the hunting and

fishing. Some of these have winter
homes there and fully realize what
the new railroad will do for the sec section
tion section that has been without transpor transportation
tation transportation except the immediate coast
points, since time began. Among
these men are such men as Thos. A.
Edison, Henry Watterson and Henry
Ford and all have expressed their
faith in the building of the road and
the soundness of the venture. A feet
of palatial private yachts winter about
these places and their owners have
become imbued with the spirit of de development
velopment development and can see, at no distant
date, their fruitful fishing and hunt hunting
ing hunting grounds teeming with new set settlers
tlers settlers and opened to commerce by the
rails of the new road so soon to tra traverse
verse traverse the unbroken wilderness.
In olden days, the man who made
two blades of grass grow where only
one grew before, was considered a
public benefactor. In these times, un unfortunately,
fortunately, unfortunately, too often the man or men
who expend their thought and ener energies,
gies, energies, together with their money, in
building a great railroad or some
other undertaking that requires vast
sums of money and many years to re return
turn return them even a reasonable interest
on their investment are looked upon
with disfavor and the public is sus suspicious
picious suspicious of them, even after they have

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We wish to announce to the public of C
tral Florida that our large and up-to-date Bottl
Plant is how open, ready for inspection and v
tors are welcome.
We-are Bottling, for the trade only, our
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fies the thirsty, refreshes the weary; pleases
most fastidious taste. Every dealer in reach
Ocala should have our CHERO-COLA on sale.
We are also bottling a full line of carbona
soft drinks.
Our plant is two blocks south of the square,?
Main street. -l

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A (iKEAT ctlAUTAUUUA provides all this. Jrtie ucala unautauqua was planned ana Drougnt mio oemg oecause our wihiuuhuji, m cum mumiies,, must cultivate or aegenerate. You would pay many dollars to have our commercial life improved-you
would pay just the same to have one physical life improved; and you would pay just as willingly to have the community life improved intellectually, physically, spiritually, and commercially, once you see the proposition in its true light. The Chautauqua will help
to do this. You -will appreciate the Chautauqua, when you see the fruitage. ...
THE CHAUTAUQUA is the broadest platform in the world. It is the place where the rich and the poor, irrespective of rank, religion or social station, may meet and enjoy the very Ust the world affords, in x.n irtellectual way in music politic literature
diama, oratory, science, entertainment. It has come to be looked upon, probably, as essential to a community's welfare, as the school and the church. No one who knows the Chautauqua and its ideals, will ever speak disparagingly of it but will lpnH PVprv n A

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o mane it a permanent instituiionin tne community. xnis uaauiauqua is presenteu iur mc guuu ui ixiiivii wum.,? 2 .. v .totnco an ui mc grcaiesi vnautauqua iea lures oi tne country, me entire program is one of purpo
inspiration. The season tickets have been placed at an unusually low price, notwithstanding the high price of many of its attractions, all with a view to popularizing the Chautauqua and placing it within the means of all. "Believing in their fellow citi

willing to lend their energ4es and financial assistance to a cause which is a real necessity to the community, the guarantors ot the ucaia unautauqua leel that the people will rally to their support, purchase th season tickets and come out to hear and profit bv this
exceptionally strong program. If you do not like a certain thing, do not find fault. That very thing may be an inspiration to someone else. This Chautauqua is for YOU. Don't "knock."

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One of the" country's noted phy phy-chologists.
chologists. phy-chologists. Dr. Varney has served his
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WM, STEOLlE BATTIS

. One of the stars ofs the American
platform. He made his debut on the
stage on the back of Joseph Jefferson
in Kip Van Winkle,
Mr. Battis is known as The Dickens
Man, in recent years having given
his time and talents to presenting life
portrayals of the characters of the not
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ADULT SEASON TICKET, admitting to everything $4.00
CHILD'S SEASON TICKET, admitting to everything 2.00
Single admissions (paid at door.)
ADULTS:
Afternoon and evening sessions '. 50
Morning sessions (other than Bible hour) .25
CHILDREN:
Morning, afternoon and evening (other than Bible hour)...... 25
EXCEPTIONS: (Door Admissions.)
Skovgaard & Company (Opening Night).
Skovgaard & Battis (Second Night.)
Hobson (March 16th.) -Shakspearean
Play (Last Night.)
Adults f. . .75

Children.
BIBLE HOURS and SUNDAY SESSIONS free to all.

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SEASON TICKETS are transferable in family only, except to young
men who are privileged to bring any young lady on a season ticket in his
name.
ONLY ONE PERSON can be admitted to any one program on one
ticket.
CHILDREN 14 years and over require an Adult Ticket; under 14 years,
they require .a Child's Ticket; children underjive years, when accompanied
by parents, admitted free.
On account of the length of some of the evening sessions, the program
has to start a little early. On these occasions we must begin promptly. All
are urged to be in their seats ON TIME. Late comers annoy those who are
in their seats on time, and distract the attention of the platformists. Ladies
are requested to remove their hats. THE MANAGEMENT.

THE HEARONS .-SISTERS

An incomparable company of musi musical
cal musical artists and high class entertain entertainers,
ers, entertainers, who have become famous in re recent
cent recent years abroad as well as in Am America
erica America from coast to coast.

Platform Managers
March 10th, tlth Mr. W, T. Gary.
March 12, 13th, 14th Mr. J. D. Rooney.
March 15th Mrs. Mecca Marie Varney.
March 17th, 18th, 19th Dr. Chas. E. Varney.
Opening Session, March 10th
8:15 P. M. Prayer by local minister.
Words of welcome by President Gary.
GRAND CONCERT by
. HERR AXEL SKOVGAARD, Danish Violinist.
MME. MARIE ELLERBROOK, Contralto.
MISS ALICE McCLUNG, Pianist.
March 11th
Afternoon Session:
2:45 P. M. Concert,
Axel Skovgaard and Associate Artists.
3:30 P. M. Lecture, "The New Good Times,"
Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper, D. D., L. L. D., of Philadelphia.
Evening Session:
7:45 P. M. Concert,
Axel Skovgaard and Artists.
Entertainment.
8:30 P. M.-WM. STERLING BATTIS, ACTOR,
"The Dickens Man," in costume and make-up interpre interpretations
tations interpretations of the Dickens characters.
March 12th
Morning Lecture:
10:30 A. M. "The Bible's Scientific Value,"
Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper, D. D., L. L. D.
Afternoon Session:
2.45 P. M. Concert,
The Famous Hearons Sisters.
3:30 P. M. Entertainment,
Wm. Sterling Battis, "The Dickens Man."
Evening Session:
7:45 P. M. Concert,
The Hearons Sisters.
8:30 P. M. Miss Gay Zenola MacLaren. in the Famous Play,
"Bought and Paid For."
i March 13th
Afternoon Session:
2:30 P. M. Full Concert,
The Hearons Sisters.
3:30 P. M. Piano Contest, Gold Medal to Winner.
Judges: Miss Anna Hearons (others selected by associa association.)
tion.) association.) Evening Session:
7:45 P. M. Concert,
The Hearons Sisters. v

8:30 P. M. Miss Gay Zenola MacLaren, in the Famous Plav,

March 14th Sunday
3:00 P. M. Chautauqua Interdenominational Mass Meeting.
Music by Local Choirs.
SERMON-LECTURE,
"Legal Aspects of the Crucifixion of Jesus,"
Dr. T. W. Hughes, Dean of Law College, University of
Florida.
(Details of Sunday Session planned by Chautauqua Association). Sun Sunday
day Sunday sessions of Chautauqua are free to everybody. All tare welcome. A
free-will offering will be taken.
March 15th
Morning Lecture:
10:30 A. M. Woman's Council,
Mrs. Mecca Marie Varney, B. D.
Afternoon Session:
2:45 P. M. Songs by Raymond May,
Baritone and Musical Monologist.
3:30 P. M. Declamation Contest. Gold Medal to Winner.
Contest open to school children of Marion County.
Judges: Mrs. Mecca Marie Varney. Others selected by
Chautauqua Association.
Evening Session:
7:30 P. M. Awarding of Gold Medals for Declamation and Piani
Contests.
y 8:00 P. M. Songs by Raymond May, Musical Monologist.
8:30 P. M. Lecture, The Silent Partner,"
Mrs. Mecca Marie Varney.
March 16th
?Iorning Lecture:
10:30 A M. "The Citizen Mother,"
Mrs. Mecca Marie Vamey.
Afternoon Session:
2:45 P. M. Songs, Raymond May, Musical Monologist.
3:30 P. M. Lecture, "Gods of Clay,"
Dr. Chas. E. Varney.
- Evening Session:
7:45 P. M. Songs, Raymond May, Musical Monologist.
8:30 P. M. RICHMOND PEARSON HOBSON,
Congressman from Alabama, Naval Omcer( Hero of the
Merrimac) and leader in many national uplift movements.
March 17th
Morning Lecture:
10:30 A. M. First of a series of Psychological Lectures,
"The Grappling Hook,"
Dr. Chas. E. Varney.
Afternoon Session:
2:30 P. M. Concert,
Cap's Chautauqua Orchestra.
3:30 P. M. Karl Jansen, in School of Swedish Physical Culture.
Evening Session: i
7:45 P. M. Double Concert and Entertainment,
Concert,
Cap's Chautauqua Orchestra.
Entertainment,
Karl Jansen, Swedish Entertainer.
March 18th
Morning Lecture: -10:30
A. M. Second of a Series of Psychological Lectures,
"Chain Breaking,"
. Dr. Chas. E. Varney.
Afternoon Session:
2:45 P. M. Concert,
Cap's Chautauqua Orchestra.
Karl Jansen, in School of Swedish Physical Culture.
Eymnuju; Session:
7:45 P. M. Concert,
v Cap's Chautauqua Orchestra.
Lecture,
"Apples of Gold,"
Pr. Chas. E. Varney.
March 19th
Morning Session:
10:30 A. M. Karl Jansen, in School of Swedish Physical Culture.
Afternoon Session:
2:45 P. M. Concert
Cap's Orchestra.
Third cf a Series of Psychological Lectures,
"Ready Reference,"
Dr. Chas. E. Vamey.
Evening Session: Closing Events of 1915 Chautauqua.
7:45 P. M. Concert,
Cap's Orchestra.
BY RON W. KING PLAYERS in the great Shakespearean
Play, "AS YOU LIKE IT."

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION IN REGARD TO THE CHAUTAU CHAUTAUQUA,
QUA, CHAUTAUQUA, SEE OFFICIAL PROGRAM.

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It does not appear very diiTerent
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it carries power and expresses thru
the violin such exquisite beauty and
marvelous tone pictures which the
player sees and feels as he interprets
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of the nation, are consul

churchgoers. They .j -"r .. magnificent

great composer -J-g ,uilv five minutes. It was

ovation, uxeauui -rrhfin there came cries

Candler, March 5. The Oklawaha
and Candler baseball teams played a
match game on the latter's diamond
Saturday afternoon, which resulted

J in a score of 5 to G in favor of Cand Cand-A
A Cand-A Gladstone Prohibition Sentence I ler.

"The time has come when the flag i Mr. J. C. Wheeler has his packing

of this great republic should not on- house in operation and making daily

Iv nrotect the birds of the air. the 1 shipments of citrus fruits from the

fish in the sea, the cattle that erraze various groves here.

MAN TO GAIN THE

WHOLE WORLD AND

THAT WAS AUU THE AUmEUBO

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a triDuie cawui- , u tucle OI ms au-

for a speech. The compos b

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SIGNIFICANCE OF HIS REM.
BEFORE WAS AS NOTHING COMPARED TO W
UOWEO. THAT GREAT AUDIENCE fi PUCLV
EFFEMINATE. HE WAS HEREAFTER 1T IS THE WEAK
HAN THDE O-.U PROFESS,NO
RATHER THAW in ...,AX, roriM .MIJRCH. tf YOU BE-

A BELIEF IN GOD, REMAINS mw,

I IFVF IN GOD.

MUCH OF YOUK lime.

S BEUEF BY GOING TO CHURCH.

GOD DOESN'T-ASK;

, -. prnvr to PTTTTRCfl Start in next Sunday.
Don't delay GOING TO CUUKUii

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Fct a cood example to your neigh-

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bor. It will set him thinking J happiness to see that
mother, your sister nd be honest with your-
GO TO CTUinCH!

on the prairies of the west, the steam steamer
er steamer ocean bound, the citizen in a for foreign
eign foreign land, but should also protect the
wife and baby in their American
home, from the 'organized lfquor traff traffic
ic traffic the bane of civilization a trust
the like of which the world has nev never
er never seen', with its tentacles reaching

into every organized government of
America, and for its own profit, de

bauching our citizenship and taking
a toll of death that is appalling to
every thoughtful man." The Bullock
County (Ala.) Sentinel.

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THE OC ALA BAPTIST CHURCH
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Newspapers
Five hundred and twenty daily
newspapers in the United States will
accept no advertising of whisky, beer

or other alcoholic liquors. An in

quiry directed to every daily news newspaper
paper newspaper in the United States by the
temperance society of the Methodist

Episcopal church brought replies from
679 papers, the total number to which
questions were addressed being 2166.
Onlv 159 of these replying will ac

cept liquor advertising of any kind,
and a large number of these will ac accept
cept accept only advertising of beer.
Three hundred and sixty of these

aDers declare tnemseives xo De eai-

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torial advocates of national prohibi

tion, while 200 of them oppose. Three
hundred and sixty-four are in favci
of state prohibition, with only 193 op opposing;
posing; opposing; 397 favor local option, with
only 176 in opposition.

The Junior Christian Endeavor will

give an ice cream social at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. Thomas Gillispie, this
evening.
Mr. Jehr and son, Albert, left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for their home in Indiana.
Mrs. Jehr and son and daughter will
remain until later in the season.

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Martsolf and

daughter, accompanied by Miss Stella
McCan, leave today for their home in
Beaver Falls, Pa.
Mrs. Lillian Wilson, of Kirksville,

Mo., arrived yesterday for a visit to
her aunt, Mrs. J. T. Hall.

Mr. and Mrs. McEwin and Mrs.
Dohe, of California, have arrived
and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Hilty.
Miss Olive Ililtv recently enter

tained the Jr. C. E., at her home.
Miss Grace Townsend, state secre secretary
tary secretary of Christian Endeavor work, was
recently entertained by Mrs. Hilty.

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Packing and Storing
Blilpping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
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Baggage Service
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BEAVER BOARD

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Quality or Price
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Alabama Dry!
Arkansas Dry!
Iowa Dry

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Indianapolis, Cleveland and intermediate points.
DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS

t- SnfnVmation call on Atlantic C ine Ticket Agent, or

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Do You Know

That four out of every five feet of
the United States is dry territory.

That more than half of the people of
of the nation live under prohibition.

That of the 2.973.890 square miles

that go to make up continental Unit

ed States, only 737,828 miles are wet.

The remaining 2,236,062 square miles

are with out saloons.

That is 1868 there were 3,500,000

persons residing in territory in which

the sale of liquor was prohibited; in

1900 the number had increased to 18,

000,000: in 1908 the number had doubl

ed, reaching 36,000,000; and today it

is more than 48,000,000.

That fourteen states have state

wide prohibition laws, while no state

is totally wet. 5

That Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Mon-
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tana, and Nevada, all mining ana

lumber sections, are the only states
in which the drys do not hold a terri territorial
torial territorial advantage.

That a prohibitory law has been in

force for. fifty-five years in the state

of Maine.

That the liquor business is ?being

more vigorously opposed by religions

and business interests than any other

evil.

That in those states where state

wide prohibition failed m the last

election, plans are already being made

for the next campaign.

That many liquor dealers have ad-

mitted that it is only a matter oi
time until the business will come to
an end.

That it is estimated that the legal

ized liquor traffic is the cause of 50

per cent, of our taxes, 70 per cent,
of al-pauperism, 60 per cent, of all

insanity, 65 per cent of idiocy, 60

per cent, of all accidents, 75 per cent.

oil Aivrsrrexi 85 tier cent, of all

crime. 85 per cent, of all murders,

50 per cent, of all industrial acci-

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dents.

That the Hobson Prohibition Bill re-

ceived a majority vote of eignt in
the House of Representatives, but was

lost because a two-thirds vote is nec

essary for an amendment to the con

stitution.

Richard Pearson Hobson to Lecture in
the Chautauqua
Captain Richard Pearson Hobson,
known the world over as the hero of
the Merrimac, is to appear in the big

chautauqua to be given in this city

next month. At present Captain Hob

son is serving his country as congress

man from Alabama. He has been

leader in many great fights for nation

al unlift. He is a crreat orator, a

deep thinker, a man of pleasing per

sonality and one of our country's big biggest
gest biggest 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 America
ca America to be to the Modern World, what
Rome was to the ancient world
exponent of liberty and free distribu distribution,
tion, distribution, peacemaker among nations, the
leader to bring about the brotherhood
of man.
The Chautauqua 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 professional
sional professional man, father, and mother and a
message that every boy and girl of
'the country should hear. :

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Will yield big crops of corn, cane, cowpeas. velvet Leans, rapo, k
Kkw1p T-oTcJnrr Tlprmiifln Rlimlfs. "Para. Xatal and other lt;issc ft

these crops available, cattle, sheep and hogs can have green-food the year

Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of
Lake Okeechobee Are Now Ready for Cultivation
These lands do not need draining other than small ditches necessary on any Linn. Make a trip
to Okeechobee on the new division of the Florida East Coast Railway without deuty, and see for
yourself just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now only a triilc over twelve hours
journey from Jacksonville.

Investigate This Wonderful Country
Can Have a Choice of Locations for

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kinds of vegetables common to Florida as well as the linest citrus Inn
will grow at an amazing rate during the next few years. We :!o h;;
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County especially adapted to slock raising, general farming and fruit gnnviUL
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County suited to
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Write today for

J. E. INGRAHAM, Vice-President
Land and Industrial Department, Florida East Coast Railway
Room 200 City Building ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

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To the Public of Ocala: The Baraca
class of the Baptist church of Ocala
has decided to build a gymnasium and

class room. This room is to be 52
feet long and 24 feet wide and will

be build upstairs over the annex. The

room in front is to be 24x20 feet and

will be used by the Baraca class as a

class room on Sunday and as a read

ing room through the week. The
room in the rear will be 32x24 feet

and will be divided from the front

one .with folding doors. This room
will be used bv the Berean class,

taught by Dr. Van Hood, on Sunday,

and will be equipped with an up-to-

outfit for the ben

efit of its members through the week

There' will be strict rules governing

the gymnasium and it will be kept in

accordance with a Sunday school gym

nasium. It will not be open for use

as a gymnasium on Sunday or on

Wednesday night during prayer meet

ing. The material to be put in this
building is all to be donated, so if any
one in Ocala wants a share in this
there is something they can do. The
greater part of the material has al already
ready already been donated, but there are still
some things needed. If you are in interested
terested interested in this move, please see or
call up one of the three committee committeemen,
men, committeemen, Rev. B. Stephens, D. Niel Fer-

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OC ALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY. .MARCH 6, 1915

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I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS jil.Bsil Green, who hav,

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(If you have any items for this
Miss Elizabeth Taylor, one of
Gainesville's loveliest society girls,
accompanied by her brother, Mr.
Glover Taylor, and Messrs. Fred
Hampton and Jay Hearin, were vis
itors last night and this morning from
the University City. They came es especially
pecially especially to attend the masquerade
ball last night and while in the city
Miss Taylor was the guest of Mrs. C.
H. Lloyd, and the other members of
the party were at the Harrington.
'ilrsl D:' E. Mclver and daughter,
Frances and hofiie guest, JMrs. Hat-
tie Royster of Hickory, N. C, are

I guests for the week-end off Mrs. Kate

Elements at LaKe vv eir.
Mrs. W. D. Tumley of Fort Meade,
is the guest of her brother, Mr. W. T
Gary and family.
Mrs. Lee Kirby-Smith will conclude
a delightful visit tomorrow to her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Anderson, leaving on the afternoon I

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But dont skate on the sidewalk.
THE ARMORY SKATING RINK
Is now open from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 10. At Attendants
tendants Attendants for the little folks.
- Admission: Skates furnished 25c; Skates not
furnished 15c; spectators 5c.
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings for Ladies
and Gentlemen only. Wednesday afternoon from
2 to 5 for Ladies only. Proceeds every Wednesday
afternoon benefit of Woman's Club.
ls. RHODES, Manager

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CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, County and CUy Depository.

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department, call 'phone IOC)
train for her home in Jacksonville.!
Dr. Kirby-Smith, who was expected jof
yesterday, was unable to come on ac account
count account of business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Goodwin and
guest, Miss Cowan, Dr. and Mrs. H.
W. Henry, Mrs Bickley, Misses Grace
Willard and Florence Schnitzler of
Lake Weir, were out of town guests
enjoying the masquerade ball last
evening at the Woman's Club.
Nv Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Peeples of
Atlanta, announce the birth of a son
at their home in that citv. March 3.!
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Lairs. Peeples was Miss Robyn Young,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Young
of -Washington and Lake Weir and is
pleasantly remembered by many here
where she visited several years ago.
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Mrs. W. H. Hunt and daughter, lit little
tle little Miss Arlene Hunt, have returned
home from Tampa and Plant City,
where they have been spending the
past few weeks, the guests of friends
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relatives. They were accompanied

j ben enjoying a brief sojourn in Ocala,
where Mrs. Green was matron of
honor in the Trantham-Bullock wed wedding.
ding. wedding. Times-Union.
Mrs."W. L. Armour and young son
Panasoffkee arrived yesterday for
a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Walters.
Mr. and Mrs. Allison Wartmann,
Misses Louise and Ethel Borland,
Miss Edna Borland of Fort Myers and
Mr. Hugh Kneisley of Woodstock, Va.,
motored down from Citra last night to
attend the masquerade ball at the :
Woman's Club.
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Mrs. William Martin is ill with grip
at her home on Exposition street.
Miss Lillian Thomasson is the guest j
of her grandmother, Mrs. M. A. Will-;
iams. Miss Thomasson has entered i
the high school and at the close of
the school term will join her parents, :
Dr. and Mrs. Thomasson at their new
home at Okeechobee.
Golf Cup Won by Mr. Woodrow
In the 18-hole golf match played for ',
the Ford Birdsey cup, Mr. Charles B.
Woodrow was the successful contest contestant.
ant. contestant. The final round was played yes--terday,
Mr. Woodrow defeating Mr.
Stephen Jewett.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Goodwin, who;
spent the night in town, the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Duvall, with their
son Mortimer, returned to their home
at Woodmar today. Mr. and Mrs.
Goodwin and their guest, Miss Cowan,
intend next week to motor to Eau i
Gallie, to visit Mr. Goodwin's old ;
friend, Gen. Castleman. They expect ;
to return by Friday. j
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haviland, Mrs.
L. L. Hopkins, Mrs. C. PrDustin and;
Miss Dorothy Merrill were prominent ;
visitors from Belleview today.
Mrs. L. E. Yonce left this afternoon
for Jacksonville to visit friends and i
relatives for the next week or ten
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Mr. L. K. Edwayds, of Irvine, came?
to town yesterdayafternoon, to take 1
his charming little daughter home to
spend Sunday.
herHaycraf t came down last
Friday and spent a short while here,
ns the guest of G. I. Singleton and
family. She returned to her home in
Ocala on Sunday. Inverness Chroni Chronicle.
cle. Chronicle. Masquerade Ball
Last evening at the Woman's Club
the 8 o'clock dancinp- club entertained i
at a masquerade ball the affair, beau-1
tif ul in every particular, bringing to j
a close a club season filled with many
charmingly informal dances.
The balf opened at 8:30 o'clock with;
a grand march, in which twenty-nine ;
masked couples participated, led by i
Mr. E. L. Anderson, Jr., and Miss
Jean Austin. The costumes were the I
prettiest ever seen at a ball in Ocala
and many of them were very elab-
orate. So well were the dancers dis disguised
guised disguised that the identity of a large
number of them was not guessed until
after the first several dances when
masks were removed.
Punch was served during the eve-
nmg, ana dancing to tne strains oi
the Temple orchestra, continued until
midnight. Witnessing the ball were
nearly a hundred friends of the club
Lwho do not dance, including represen
tatives from Lake Weir, Gainesville,
Citra, and other places.
There were no prizes for the best
costumes but the general opinion was
that Miss Leora Wright, Miss Doris
Murry, two lovely visitors and Mrs.!
Jack Camp would have shared the
first prize, if there had been one. Miss
Wright was bewitching as a Chinese
lady. Mrs. Camp made a beautiful i
Pocahontas, her Indian costume being!
not only complete but elaborate, and
Miss Murry as a typical newsboy kept
everybody guessing. She acted her
part not as a novice, but with a pro professional
fessional professional air.
Participating in the grand march
were Misses Austin, as a uerman
peasant; Minnie Stovall, a ballet
dancer; Mary Burford, a colonial
girl; Mamie Taylor, a trained nurse;
Bessie MacKay, a nun; Leora Wright,
a Chinese lady; Lucile Robinson, Nina
Camp, Sidney Perry, Elizabeth Davis,
pink dolls; Agnes Burford, colonial
girl, Avalee Edwards, Gipsy; Martha
Kate Rentz, flower vender; Hope
Robinson, Japanese girl; Elsie Meade,
Dutch girl; Ellen Stripling and Sue
Moore, red cross nurses; Eloise Hen Henry,
ry, Henry, Gipsy; Leslie Jackson, French
maid; Kathleen Spencer, shepherdess;
Grace Willard and Florence Schnitz
ler, clowns; Doris Murry, newsboy;
Louise Rentz, Buster Brown; Nettie
Camp, flower girl; Emma Perry,
Spanish girl; Meme Davis, Indian;
Mr. R. S. Hall, colonial gentleman;
Mrs. Hall, Grecian lady; Mr. C. L.
Anderson, naval officer; Mrs. Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, Bo-peep; Mr. James Taylor,
Uncle Sam; Mrs. Taylor, Turkish;
maiden; Mrs. R. C. Camp, Turkish
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people back home
that Florida was any anything
thing anything but flat, they
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The visitor had a kodak
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He also had anote book
and jotted down infor information.
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who want to see what
is what.
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Till: CIHCIIT CoUHT OF TIIK
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marlon Count?- -In Chancery.
To M. J. Morrison. S. II. Brown, "VV. A.
Shands. John M. Reddick, William
A. Chisolm, Martha Perkins, Lo Lo-zora
zora Lo-zora M. Day, A. B. Edwards. Elmer
T. Townsend, J. Henry Bates, -Mary
D. Marluw, Lucile E. Bates. "Mattie
Bell Bates. Lambert iionlnger,
John Harvey. Fletcher B. Sweet,
Murj' H. Mann. Madison Large, and
Lew.s K. Jacobs:
It appearing: from an affidavit filed
In this court in a suit this day com commenced
menced commenced by The Clark-Bay-Johnson
Company, a corporation orgranlzed and
existing under tne laws of the state of
Floraua against you and others, that
your respective places of residence are
unknown to the afnaiit; that you and
each of you are over the age of twenty-one
years and that therp is no per person
son person in the state of Fiorida the service
of subpoena upon whom would bind
you, or either of you."
THEREFORE you and each of
you are commanded to be and appear
before this honorable court on
Monday thp 22nd day of March, A,
to answer to a VUi of complaint ex ex-aibited
aibited ex-aibited against you In pur said court
by the said Clark-Ray-Johnaon Cm Cm-pany,
pany, Cm-pany, a corporation organized end ex existing
isting existing under the laws of the state of
Florida, and to receive and do further
what our said court sihail have consid considered
ered considered in that behalf, otherwise the com complainant
plainant complainant will proceed ex parte.
It is further ordered that a. copy i
this order shall be -published once a
week for eight consecutive weeks
the ocala Star a newspaper published
m said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bui Bui-lock,
lock, Bui-lock, Judge of our said court, and P. II.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
the court house in Ocala. Marlon
count)-, Florida, this the i5th day o
January, A. D. 1915.
(Seal) l H. NUGENT.
Clerk of -the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify, that the above and
foregoing is a true copy of the origi original
nal original order of publication made in said
cause, on file in my office.
Ocala, Florida, thic -he 15th day of
January, A. D. 1915.
(Seal) p. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
By f. E. GODDARD.
16-sat. Deputy Clerk-
IX
TUB CIItClIT COURT OF THE
FiUh Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marion County In Chancery.
Frank Gray, Lulu Butler, Jas. H.
Debbeli. Libie Walkor, D. A.Des A.Des-brow,
brow, A.Des-brow, Jackson Large, Jas. D. Mal Mallard,
lard, Mallard, Madi-son Jones. Henrietta S.
"Williams, Jeff Blackmau, John Al Albert
bert Albert Hacklnsr, Randall King, Ed Edward
ward Edward Klngr. William C. Sweet Is Israel
rael Israel Brown, Louisa E. -Sutherland.
John T. Sutherland, Alexander
Boss, James B. Boss, John W. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, S. "W. Gleson, Mary A.
Ma nil in sr. James Manning, Wm. II.
Geiger Ed. Robinson, Benjamin
Weathers, Mathey Ilildley, Z. A.
Butt, Clara M. Butt, Anna M. Hess,
Shedrich L Hess, Theodocia B. Mc Mc-Henry,
Henry, Mc-Henry, Mary J. Stine, Samuel B.
Stine, Joseph A. Butt, Body D.
Butt, Anna Luella Whitmer. Elmer
F. Whitmer, Mary S. Bray, John W.
Bray, Alice Griggey, Jennie P.
Sheef, V. C. Sheef, J.-L. rarker.
Bertha D. Parker, Amelia E. De De-Witt,
Witt, De-Witt, Alfred C. DeWitt. Bias Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, John It. Brown, Richard B.
Snyder. Eldridge G. Bideout. Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin Julius and Jacob Messenger:
To
T
aupearinc from an affidavit filed
in this court in a suit this day cam
menced by The Clark-Ray-Johnson
Company, a corporation or&anized and
existing under the laws of the s-iate of
Florida against you and others, that
your respective places of residence are
unknown to the affiant; that you and
each of you are over the age of twenty-one
years and that there is sno per person
son person in the state -of Florida the service
of subpoena upon whom would bind
you, or either of you.
NOW THEREFORE you and each of
you are commanded to appear before
this honorable court on
Monday the 22nd "day of March, A. D.,
ioir,
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you in our sa.id court
try The Clark-Ray-Johnson, Company.
a corporation organized and existing
under the la.wa of the state of Florida,
and to do further and receive what
our said court shall have considered
in that benalf, otherwise the complain complainant
ant complainant will proceed ex parte.
It is further ordered that a copy
tlvis order shall be -published once a
week for eight consecutive weeks ir
the Ocala Star a newspaper paiblis-hed
in said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of our said court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
the court house in Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, this the 15th day c
January, A. D. 1915.
(Seal) P. II. NUGENT.
Cler of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify tnat the above and
foregoing is a true copy of the origi original
nal original order of publication made in said
cause on file In my office.
Ocala. P'lorida. this the 15th day of
January, A. D., lilo.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
By M. E. GODDARD.
16-sat. Deputy Clerk.
IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
3Iarfon County, In Chancery.
To Ella Behm, Daniel O. Vanville, Al
bert W. Crafts, Elliott C. Dorr,
Ben F. Dixon, Joseph R. Dunn, E.
N. Dennison, Blanche M. Evans, W.
M. Etheridge, G. W. Eddy, George
B. Finch, Virginia R. M. Grant,
Matthew Hame, F. W. Hull. Eerf Eerf-jamin
jamin Eerf-jamin Humphries,' John E. Havis,
Gunerius Hierer, Isabelle Mans Mansfield,
field, Mansfield, James Mitchell. George W.
Mitchell. Frank Ponquinette, Jr.,
Benjamin H. Ferryman, Nellie
Rou?h, Frederick A. Smart. J. F.
Simpson, M. J. .Slicker. Mrs. H.
Zacharias and S. D. Zacharlas:
It appearing from an affidavit filed
in this court this day in a suit com commenced
menced commenced by John H. Taylorand John H.
Taylor, doing business as Ocala Man Manufacturing
ufacturing Manufacturing Company, against you and
other.-, that your respective places of
residence are unknown to complainant,
the affiant; that you and each of you
are over the age of. twenty-one years;
and that there is no perfon in the
state of Florida service of subpoena
upon whom would bind you, or either
f you.
Now, therefore, you and each of you
are commanded to appear before this
honorable court on
Monday, April 5th, A. D. 1915
to answer to a bill of complaint, ex exhibited
hibited exhibited as-ains you in the ald court
by John IL Taylor, and John H. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, doing business as Ocala Manufac Manufacturing
turing Manufacturing Company, and to do further
and receive w4iat the said court shall
have considered in that behalf, other
wise the complainant will proceed ex
parte.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order shall be published once a
week f eight consecutive weeks in
tie Ocala Evening Mar, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
Witness the Honorable W. S. Bul Bul-1
1 Bul-1 ck, judgre of said court, and P. It.
'ueent, clerk, and the i-eal thereof at
Ocala, Marion coun.y, Florida, this the
6.h day of February, A. D. 191a.
(Clerk's Seal) P. H. NUGENT.
C'.erk Circuit Court, Marion County,
t ionaa.
By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
I W. DUVAL.
Solicitor for Complainant. 2-6-9t-sat

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""n loiiBiy in Chancery.
To Richard Brewste Lewis R. Jacobs,!
S. 1L Brown, Arthur Gillipeau. Jos!!
anoch. Benj. F. Perry. Jas. M.
Brown. Lewis Harvill, Eldridee G
Hideout, Thomas Thompson. J. Y.
Bettys. Charles A. Naray, Robert
W. Sublet, Daniel Moseley. James
Burnham. Josiah C. VaiL Edmund
Martin, Sarah W. Martin. Mary J
Schuch. Dunk McCuliom, John
Beard. Blake A. Carter, Henry
Reynolds. June Barnes, Margaret
A. Miller. Marshall T. Robinson.
W. M. Eldrldge, Jas. L Sullivan
and .W. H. Baker and F. B. Nor Normal
mal Normal doing business as Norman &
Company:
It appearing from an affidavit filed
in this oourt in a suit thi day com commenced
menced commenced by the Clark-Ray. Johnson
Company, a corporation organized and
existing under the law of the state of
Flor.da against you and others, that
your respective places of residence are
unknown to the afn-ant; that you and
each of you are over the age of twenty twenty-one
one twenty-one years and that there I no person
In the state of Florida, the service of
subpoena upon whom would bind you
or either of you.
NOW THEREFORE you .and each of
you are commanded to be and appear
before this honorable court on
Monday, the 22nd day of March, A. D.
1013,
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you In our said court
by the Clark-Ray-Johnson Company, a
corporation organized and existing un under
der under the laws of the state of Florida.
BJid to do further and receive what
c-ur said court shall have considered
In that behalf, otherwise the cocnplain cocnplain-ant
ant cocnplain-ant will proceed ex parte
It Is further ordered that a copy of
thLs order hall be published once a
week for e-ight consecutive weeks in
the Ocala Star, a newspaper published
In said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Judge of our said court, and P. 11.
Nugent, clerk, and rhe seal thereof at
the court house in Ocala, Marion
county. Florida, this the 15th day ol
January A. D. 1915.
Seal) P. H. NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Florida.
By M, E. Goddard. D.. C.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify -that the above and
foreroinff is a true copy of the orig original
inal original wder of publication made in said
cause, on file in my office.
Witness my hand and official seal, at
Ocala, Florida, this the loth day of
January, A. P. 1915.
Seal) P. II. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County. Florida.
By M. E. GODDARD.
16-sat. Deputy Clerk.
X
TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIT. fa Judicial Circuit f Florida,
Marlon County- In Chancery.
To
S. H. Brown, Edw. F. Brownina:.
Alonro R. Jones, Mary Anderson,
Jas. II. Shaw, V. P. Halsley, Z. A.
Butt, Anna, M. Hess. Shedrich I
Hess, Theodocia B.'McIIenry, Mary
J. Stine, Samuel B. Stine, Joseph
A. Butt, Anna LAiella Whitmer. El Elmer
mer Elmer F. Whitmer, Mary S. Pray,
John W. Pray, Alice Griggey. Jen Jennie
nie Jennie P. Sheef, W. C. Sheef, Milley
DeW'tt. Alfred C. DeWitt, Flora
Russell, J. L. Parker, William
Parker, John W. Ro.s, and Mary M.
Simmons:'
It appearing from an affidavit filed
in this court this day in a suit com commenced
menced commenced by The Clark-Ray-Johnson
Company, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the state of
Florida, against you and others, that
your respective places of residence are
unknown to affiant and that there is
no person in the state of Florida the
service of subpoena upon whom would
bind you. or either of you.
NOW THEREFORE you and each of
you are commanded to appear before
this honorable court on
Monday the 22nd day of March, A. DM
1015,
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you In our said court
by The Clark-Ray-Johnon Campanj
a corporation organized and existing
under the laws of the state of Florida,
and to do further and receive what
our said court shall have considered
in that benaJf, otherwise the complain complainant
ant complainant will nroceed ex parte.
It 4s further ordered that a copy
this order shall be published once ?
week for eight consecutive -weeks In
the Ocala Star a newspaper published
im said county and mate.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Judge of our said court, and P. II.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
the court house in Ocala. Marion
county, Florida, this the 15th. day t
January, A. D. 1915.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Olerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Florida,
Uy M. E. Goddard, Deputy Clerk.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
I heieby certify that the foregoing
Is a true and correct copy of the origi original
nal original order of publication in the fore foregoing
going foregoing styled cause, on file In my of office.
fice. office. Ocala, Florida, this the 15th day of
January, 1915.
(Sval) p. IL NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Fiorida.
16-15-sat By 'M. E. Goddard, D. C.
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marlon .County la Chancery.
To Walter B. Smith, Jeff Hogan, Sarah
' E. Atkinson, A. B. Rogers. Nancy
Milton. Edson A. Randall, C. V.
Emerson, Sarah A. Hawkins; Wil William
liam William Pender, Mrs. J. E. Moore. T.
W. Williams. Mary Williama Dul Dul-kes
kes Dul-kes and The Capitol Phosphate
Company, a corporation:
It appearing from an affidavit filed
In this court in a suit this day com commenced
menced commenced by The Clark-Ray-Johnson
Company, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the state of
fiorida against you and others, that
your respective places of residence are
unknown to the affiant; that you and
each of you are oevr the age of twen-tv-on
vears and that there is no per-
ison 4n the state of Florida the service
of subpoena upon wnom would ttina
you, or either of you.
NOW THEREFORE you and each of
you are commanded to appear before
this honorable court on
3.onday the 22nd day or March, A. D,
1915,
to answer to a bill of complaint ex
hibited against you in our said court
by The Clark-Ray-Johnson Company
a corporation organize anu
under the laws of the state of Florida
and to do further and receive what
our said rourt shall have considered
in that behalf, otherwise the complain
ant will proceed ex parte.
It is further ordered that a copy o
this order shall be published once s
week for eight consecutive weeks i-
the Ocala Star a newspaper published
in said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul
lock. Judge of said court, and P. 11.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
the court house in Ocala, Florida, this
the 15th day of January, A. D. 1815.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
Cou n t y F' orida.
By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify, that the above and
foregoing is a true copy of the origi
nal order oi publication made in the
foregoing styled cause and now on, file
in my otnee.
Ocala, Florida, this the 15th day of
January, .. u.t
(Seal) P. IL NUGENT.
Clerk of vlte Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Florida.
By M. E. GODDARD.
16-sat.. Deputy Cleric

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THE CIRCUIT COURT f F Til 11
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florf .!sif
Mario. County I, Chaacery.
To John Syms. Jacob Smith, Klizxh-
M- Hoss, Richard Sim. G n
Skinner. Abraham n. Gel'ger. Wn!
Fender. Samuel Brown. Mrs J t;
Moore. Gertrude G. Bucher. IJ. T
-WiUIams, J. 1L Williams. Irr,? Irr,?-ton,
ton, Irr,?-ton, IX W., Stephens, Wm. W. Ito'?
SeDV.Ladd &nd W- lL Baker ani
.t. B. Norman, doing bu sine s
Norman & Company:
It appearing- from an affidavit -.:
in this court in a suit thU dav c- .-menced
menced .-menced by The Clark-Iiiy jVir
company, a corporation orgraniz-J
existins: under the laws of the tatc :
Florida, that your respective j-:.-,-.
residence are unknown to it-.- :
that you and each of you are o r t
age of twenty-one years an i
.1 s no Person the state of VI :. :.-ua,
ua, :.-ua, the service of subpoena upon v. .
WxUA?,.bH1.d you or either of you.
NOU THEIiEFOUE you and each f
you are commanded to appear before
this honorable court on
Monday the 22nd day f Slartb, A. D
to aaswer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you in our p iid court
by The Caark-Iiay-Johnson Corr,-x.;.r.v,
a corporation organized and exUtii i
under the laws of the state of Fieri ia
and to do further and receive what
our said court shall ftave consi u-r-j
In that behalf, otherwise the comp'.iin comp'.iin-ant
ant comp'.iin-ant will proceed ex parte.
It is further ordered that a tepv of
this order shall, be published
week for eight 'consecutive wtrks ,i
the Ocala Star a newspaper publish, --j
in said county and state.
WITX.5S3 the 'Honorable W. rt. T'ui T'ui-lock,
lock, T'ui-lock, juxige of our said court, and P. n.
Nugent, clerk, and the sal thereof Pt
Ocala, Marlon county. Florida. th:
the 1 5th day of January, A. D. lu;..
(ea4 V. II. NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marl, n
County, Florida.
By M. H Goddard. Deputy Ckrl.
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify that the above -and
foregoing is a true and correct copy
of the original order of nubile at ion
made in said cause, on file in my office.
Ocala, Florida, this the 15th dav of
January, A. D. 1315.
Sea 1 ) P. II. NUG EXT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Mari n
County. Florida.
By M. E. GODDARD.
16. sat. Deputy Clerk.
IV
THE CIRCUIT COURT. OF TJID
Fifth Judicial Circuit of -the,Ssal
of Florida, In and for Sfriru
County, In Chancery.
John H. Taylor, and John H. Taylor,'
Doing Business as Ocala Manufac Manufacturing
turing Manufacturing Company. Complainant, v?.
Albert W. Crafts, ct al.. Defend Defendants
ants Defendants Suit to Quiet Title,
It appearing from the affidavit and
the sworn bill of th complainant in
the above styled cause that he believes
that there are persona Interested in
the property involved In ,ach Fult
other than the known defendants,
whose names are unknown to hira,
and the said complainant therein pray praying
ing praying for relief against such unknown
defendants, it is therefore ordered thru
all parties claiming an interest in s .e
following described property, xitui!
m Marlon ooointy, Florida, to-wi!
EH of ne'i; awM of neVi; nw'i
nwU; neU
of swU;
n w ,4, z to to-1
1 to-1 7 truth, tan
section i2,
township
NVi t n'i and seU of 'neU. section
23, township 17 south. rane 24 cntt.
S of ne4 of nwU and s-vr'i rt
neU of nwVi, section 24, town -nip 17
range 2 4 east.
N w i of
nwVi; neVi of
sel4, section 2o.
township "1'
ni.i.
range 24 east.
NeVi of seU of nwU: -ncll cf
and wU of se'4, -seciion 21, township
17 south, range 2 east.
Nw4 of awVi. section 23, town ship
17 south, range 24 east.
SwVi of swV4, section 31, township
17 south, range 24 east.
E. of e' of seU sell. set ion
34. township 17 south, tanrre 2 e-ast.
Nw4 of neU; n4 of nv?U ; e',4.
sw'i; and n of se'i, section
township 17- south, ranjre 2 4 east.
Are hereby rc-quired to &vj-exr .to
the bill of complaint filed against tnm
on or before the
3rd Day of May, A. D.
the same beinr a rule day; that this
order shall be published
week for twelve consecutive w?kri in
the Ocala Evening1 'Star, a newspaper
published in the county of Marion,
state of Florida.
Witness the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Judge of the said court and V.
II. Nugent, clerk, and the peal thereof,
at Ocala, Marion county, Florida, thiM
the 6th day of February, A. 1). 1 'j 1 .".
(Clerk Seal) V. 11. NUGENT.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion C::r.ty
Florida.
By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
U W. DUVAU
Solicitor for Complainant. 2 6-12 1- at
TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF TII7;
Fifth Judicial Circuit uf Fieri;-?,
Marlon County-In Cliaacery.
The Clark-Ray-Johnson Company, &
Corporation, Complainant, ver-;
Frank Gray, and Others. Defend Defendants.
ants. Defendants. To the Florida Southern Hallway Com
pany, a Railroad Corporation, In Incorporated
corporated Incorporated Under the Laws of
State of Florida Greeting:
It appearing from the return of tho
Hon. John I. Galloway, sheriff of Mar
lon county, Florida, and the affiJavit
of II. M. Hampton, solicitor for !.
complainant in the foregoing cause, th.it
you have failed and neclected to i? .t
officers or armoint agents In the Mate
of Florida, and If any officer. or agents
exist in' the state of Florida, the aame
are unknown, and that there is r;o per person
son person in the state of Florida upon '.horn
ervlce of process couii !e mad' :
bind you, the said Florida SouUirrn
Railway Company, a railroad corpora
tion incorporated under the laws of the
state of Florida.
Therefore you are hereby ordered to
be and appear before this honorab!
court on the
12th day of April, A. D. 1915
to defend the said action, or judgment
will be entered a scam.-1 you.
It is further ordered that a copy cf
this order be published once a we-'--for
the space of two months in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper publii-hel in
Marion county, Florida.
Done and ordered at chambers
Ocala, Fiorida. this the third dav f
February, A. D. 1915.
W. S BULTXVTr.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the I ft'
juaiciai circuit of Florida.
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
l hereby certify that the ff.rr-
a true and correct conv of th f,rs -
order of publication, as the .' i r: : s;
pear? on file in my office.
Ocala. Florida, this p.;., r..- r.r
1915. (Seal) i it vrn:?;?
Clerk of the Circuit Court nf-'- r'
County, Florida.
Bv m. v.. Gorr Tir
NOTICE
Notice is herebv riven that
dersigned widow of George D:
Hogan has applied to the judce c
probate court of Marion county, 1
ida, for an allotment of dov;r i
suant to section 2312, cf ib C.
Statutes of the state of T'-;'-'
that she will apply to the i'.
Wm. E. Smith, judge oi i-j
court, at his cHlce in Ocala, i
10th Day of 22arc.':: X.
for the allotment cf : 4
and to the property - .
petition in accordance
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CICALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, 51 ARCH 6, 1915

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t sailors; Clarence Meffert,
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""""" lisle Izlar, Homer Small, Carol Bla-

WEATHER REPORT lock, Roy Bridges, Carlton Ervin,

IL 'of P. meet Monday night.

Chicago, March
closed at 1.41.
Corn, 73.
Oats, 58.
Pork, 17.C2.
Lard, 10.50.
Ribs, 10.05.

6. May wheat

r Elks meet Tuesday evening.

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

This report is made from observa- j James Hill, Duncan McDonald, clowns;
Uions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B. j Norton Davis, dog; John Tarver, MISSING LINK IN SOUTH

Weihe, official observer for the gov- domino; Sam Mathews, mailed knight; FLORIDA TRANSPORTATION
ernment. Max. Min. R. F. Dick Stroud, monk, and Albert Har- ;

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March 4
March 5

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Pythian Sisters meet Tuesday aft- j Local Forecast

I Fair tonight and Sunday.

ernoon.
Board of Trade meets
evening.

Wednesday! Globe.Wernicke

Globe-Wernicke card index cabinets
at The Murray Company. 6-3t

Our prescription department is our
pride. Ask the doctor. The Court
Pharmacy. 17-6t
Chief of Police Adams has been
sick for a few days with grip, but is
able to be on duty again.

Murray Company.

cabinets at
6-3t

The

Mr. P. O. Derbyshire, with E. W.,

were Misses Virginia Sistrunk, Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Taylor, Mabel Meffert, Messrs.
Glover Taylor, Jay Hearin, Fred
Hampton, Ray Ferguson and dancing
after masks had been removed were
Misses Gertie Peyser, Edna Borland,
Louise and Ethel Borland, Mrs. Alli Allison
son Allison Wartmann, Mr. M. L. Mershon
and others.

A. Rowels, Chicago, was in town yes-1

terday, taking an order for school
supplies from the Murray Co., J
Mr. S. J. McCully, the Marion farm
demonstrator, in company with Secre

tary Rooney and, Mr. Light, went out
to Griner Farm schoolhouse yester yester-dav
dav yester-dav evenine. to attend the semi-

the Girls and

When Jesus was on eartn n was v r u 1o

-nn -,::4- v, xrv. nco a i nuniDer were prcscuu

j i 4tiowct no- meetine. The uriner

Sunday school and ao nowise. Uat the largest and

Globe-Wemickeafes at The ,Mur- most enthusiastic in the county The

his usual custom to go

ray Company.

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members meet not only to compare

notes and receive instruction, but for

Ttrni muA Ko. sick social recreation, ltiey are going w

ii.r If HI JUUUUVJk, I

Mrs. E. A. Osborne has as her

guests Miss j Marguerite Wade of

Fayetteville, 2n. JC, and Mrs. Hector
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Wade oi Eugene, wno win De

guests for several days.

her

have a full-sized meeting Saturday j

March 27, and hope their friends will
be with them.

ever since his return from St. Louis,

is able to be about again.

the electric bonds case

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was concluded this morning. Judge Mr. Louis H. Chazal has returnea
Bullock may be able to announce his fr0m a visit to South Florida, and
decision this evening. The Star un- speaks most enthusiastically of the
derstands that the city will accept his scenery of the Irah Mountain Region,
opinion as final, and if it is adverse eighteen miles ejT Bartow. Here
the council will at once call, for an- js a genuine mountain, the highest
other-election. point in South Florida; an elevation

of over 300 feet, from which lampa,

County Judge Smith has issued a I sixty mUes distant can be seen with

marriflP-e license to Mr. J. M. Lewis 1 a class on a clear day. Mr. nazai,

and Miss Lizzie Davenport. :. while greatly admiring South Flori

sppnerv. savs that for solid advantage

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Tl T T TTflo-tr whn has heenl nnfh nn rimnnrPS Wltn lViariOnCOUn

with Mr. Marcus Frank for the past jty.

year, will leave in a few days for
Quincy, where he Jias accepted a po position
sition position with the L. M. Lindsey Cloth Clothing
ing Clothing Company. (

First .of the" "seasonPabst excellent

"bock beer on draft at J ohnny's. tf

Cultivation and the neat fence have
greatly improved the looks of the civ civic
ic civic center. It is now something the
city needn't be ashamed of.

Mrs. William Anderson returned
home yesterday from Bridgeport,
Conn., where she has been visiting
her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Calhoun for

several months. She was accompan accompanied
ied accompanied by her son, Mr. William Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, who will make a fortnight visit
here before returning to Bridgeport,
where he holds a splendid position.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McArthur of
Montbrook were guests today of Mr.

and Mrs. E. A. Osborne.

Mrs. Andrew Turner is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. W. K. Zewadski,
arriving today from Dunnellon.
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"Dr. and Mrs. J. N. McElroy of Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, accompanied by their cousin,
MiW Miller of Tennessee, are planning
to motor to Ocala today for a brief
visit to Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier.
Monday they will go to Gainesville
and on their return home will be ac accompanied
companied accompanied by their daughter-in-law,

( Mrs. Sylvan McElroy and son, who

are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dozier, Mrs.
McElroy's parents.

Mr. E. M. Howard took his father
and brother, Dr. H. C. Howard and

Mr. Charlie Howard of Champaign,
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111., to Auburndale today to view nis

beautiful orange grove. They will re
turn tonight.

developed and made to blossom as the
rose a section of country heretofore a
howling wilderness, and the populace
is prone to "cuss' the "corporations"
even while riding comfortably to mar market,
ket, market, where they possibly rode in an

ox cart before.
No section of the United States has

had more miles of railroad built in the
past few years than Florida, and no
section of the state needs a road more,
or offers better chances for invest investment
ment investment of capital than this section does,
and in the Star's opinion the biggest
venture in the state today, and the one
frought with the t greatest possibili possibilities
ties possibilities for good, is the Fort Myers, Mar Marco
co Marco Bay and Miami railroad, and we
are indeed glad that Ocala men are

at the head of the undertaking and we
want to see their great work com completed
pleted completed at no distant day.

From the very day of its opening,
the new road will receive a heavy ton

nage in lumber, cattle, fruit and veg

etables and its passenger receipts are
sure to be verv larire. The statistics

show that an average of 75,000 tour

ists annually visit the Miami and

Palm Beach sections. Certainly the

larger part of this great number

would either come or depart over the

new route, thus giving them a glimpse

of the entire west as well as the east

coast, while in the state, as well as to

change the old order of things some

what, and allow the winter visitors to

see the heart of the state from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville south, via Ocala.

Captain Edward Drake has receiv received
ed received hi3 commission as commanding of officer
ficer officer of the Ocala Rifles. He has en-

Mr. J. D. Rooney is advertising his
Shetland pony for sale. It is a pretty
arid gentle little animal, broken to
both saddle and buggy. It has been
trained to play all kinds of cute tricks

and while specially valuable as a pet

tered on his work with great enthusi

asm, and the members have the spirit -fnr children, can be

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to Dae mm up. uc m wc useful to the older folks. Mr. Rooney

more appreciative of this superb or

ganization, struggling along by sheer
force of merit and the pluck of its
members.

The legislature convenes in Talla

hassee one month from today and
for several weeks during its session

Mrs. Park Trammell will have as her

guest at the governor's mansion Mrs
E. L. Carney. Mr. and Mrs. R. C

Camp and two children are planning
also to be in Tallahassee during the

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Under the Auspices of the Tampa Baseball and Athletic Association.
Match Games between American and National
League Teams
Chicago Cubs vs. Philadelphia Athletics
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Some of the greatest players in organized baseball will be seen
in these games.
Among the players of the Athletic team are Bush, Schanrj,
LaJoie, Barry and McGinnis.
With the Cubs are such noted players as Chancy, Schtilfz,
Safer and Archer.
Both teams have at one time contested in the World Series.
Don't Miss Tills Treat. Be Sure To See
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Globe-Wernicke cabinet supplies at

'Thj Murray Company.

6-3t

will sell the pony at a bargain.

W. K. liane, 31. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla. v' v'!; ?f '"---r-:::-:- V ".

WILBUR VV C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
mhalmer

Messrs. Carl Wenzel & Son, the
contractors, have just completed ce

ment floors for the MoCola Company
in the Woodrow building on West

Fori King avenue.

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

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

219 WEST BROADWAY

Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll

know what you mean. tf

' The case of unlawful detainer heard

hv Judcre Bullock yesterday after

noon was decided in favor of the com complainant,
plainant, complainant, by the jury.v It was a case

of Oscar James vs. E. C. McLeod.

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

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For Good Wood
BIG Load for 81.
Your Order will have
immediate Attention.

: J. L SMOAR

At Smoak's Wagoo Shop.

When you think candy, say Nun

nally, and when you say Nunnally

come to Gerig's.

Try one of those frosted pints of

Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

On Saturday and Monday, 17

pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol

lar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

session.

Mr. Wallace Stovall came up from

Tampa this afternoon to spend Sun

day with his mother and sister.

A CONFESSlOn

Zcpts Her Statement, Made tfaLlic,
will Help Other Woaen.

lUnes, Ala." 1 must confess", says
Mrs. Eu!a Mae Reid, of this place, "thai
Czrdui, the woman's tonic, has done me
ft great, deal of good.
Before I commenced using Cardui, 1
would spit up everything 1 ate. I had a
tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was
Irregular. 1 could hardly drag around,
and would have severe headaches con continuously.
tinuously. continuously.

Since taking Cardui, 1 have entirely

quit spitting up what 1 eat. Everything
seems to digest all right, and 1 have
gained 10 pounds in weight"

If you are a victim of any of the numer

ous ills so common to your sex, it is

wrong to suiter.

For half a century, Cardui has been re

lieving just such ills, as is proven by the
thousands of letters, similar to the above,

which pour into our omee, year oy year,

Cardui is successful because it is corn-

Misses Carrie and Dora Pelot of

Arcadia, formerly of Ocala, are enjoy
ing a round of visits in the state with
friends. They are now at Lake City

and are being delightfully entertain entertained
ed entertained Wednesday Mrs. Selwyn Chalker

gave a heart dice party in their honor,

the affair proving one of the most
eniovable of the week. The hostess

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was gowned in a handsome pink ac

cordianplaited satin trimmed gown

with point lace. Miss Pelot wore blue

satin with lace overdress and Miss

Dora Pelot was gowned in a white

crepe de chene, prettily fashioned.

. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDougal of

Englewood are announcing the birth

of a son. Mrs. McDougal was former

ly Miss Carrie Williams of this city,

and has many friends here who wil

tender the young parents congratula

tions.
Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor enter

tained the young married set at an
informal supper last night after the
masquerade ball. It was a delightful
affair and was a most fitting close of
an enjoyable evening.

Methodist

(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Preaching.
Subject, "A Parable of the Body and
the Church."
2:30 p. m. Junior League.
3:30 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
All cordially invited. Strangers
always welcome. ;
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East Broadway Church
Disciples of Christ
(Roy .B. Bowers, Minister)
9:45 a. m.' Sunday school.

Dr. R. T. Weaver, superintendent.
11 a. m. Sermon, "Jehovah's Suff

ering Servant, II.

7:30 p. m. Character Study, "Star

Citizen's of the City of Ocala I,'

Michael Ludlow Esq., one of the "big
ones." You will profit by these lit little
tle little sermons of big men. The series

includes several of Ocala's well known

citizens.

The HAVANA REDS, champions of the island of Cuba, will
play the CHICAGO CUBS in Tampa.
As there is strong antipathy between Cuban and American
players, this promises to be a holtly contested series. The games will
be called at 2:30 p. m. sharp.
For seats and -reservations, wire or phone,

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Meets every Sunday afternoon 230

nVWlc. Tf vou can't come, be sure

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When you deal with this bank you can rest assured that it is always ready
to help you in doing that which is bestTor the growth and advancement of
your interests along legitimate lines,

The-Dcala Natiomal

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A new millinery store will be open

ed Monday in the store room recently
vacated by Kreger in the Munroe &

Chambliss Bank building. It will be

known as the Dempsey Hat Shop, and

he proprietors assure the public that

they will have the very latest spring

and summer styles of hats on display.

apparatus; barn on place would
make it more desirable. Address,
"Renter," care Star. 2-3t

WANTED A centrally located cot

tage containing about five rooms;

fitted with screens and electric light

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

TO THE HOUSEWIFE

Misses Marguerite Porter and Ethel

Haycraft, returned at noon today
from an over night visit to Leesburg.
With Prof. Pope, director of music at

Rollins College, they served as judges

in a musical contest last night in

which they were thirty-four contest

ants. Only schools Jn Lake county
were permitted to enter the contest.

Mrs. Lilian Wilson of Kirksville,
Mo., who has been at Candler all win winter,
ter, winter, passed thru town today on her
way home. She was accompanied to
Ocala by her cousin and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. B. H. Thompson.

Madam, if your husband is like most
men he expects you to look after the

health of yourself and children.
Coughs and colds are the most com

mon of the minor ailments and are
most likely to lead to serious diseases.
A child is much more likely to con-

j tract diphtheria or scarlet fever when

Rousseau.
One is probably right in holding that
Rousseau was the "Father of the
French Revolution.' Of course many
things entered into the production of
that mighty upheaval, but Rousseau's
writings did their full share in pre preparing
paring preparing the minds of the French people
for the great political and social storm.

To King's Daughters and Sons

A fnlWtor will call during the

month of March to collect dues for
the order and we trust that every
member will nay promptly. Never in

thA histnrv of the order has there WANTED,

been greater demand for help, for
food, clothing, shoes, medicine, etc.,
on account of the prevailing hard
times; work is scarce, and with in

sufficient food and clothing, -sickness
comes and the last or first resort is
Tfin'q Daughters. This is a

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purely charitable organization, de

pendent on its friends for support

Our contributions were cut from one one-half
half one-half at Christmas time on which we

relied to help us carry on the work
and the demands are far greater than

before. With all the organizations
for church work, clubs and orders, do

not forget that the King's Daughters
are trying to their utmost ability to

send and give here and there as re requests
quests requests come from the poor, for they
are here in Ocala.- We would be very

glad to have the men join us for they
are eligible. Can't we find fifty men

who will join us and pay their dues,

$i n n vpar. SI for the city. 10c for

the state and 10c for the national or

ganization with whom we affiliate? I
would like to state that every case is

investigated that is reported and that

every dime and dollar is looked after
by careful, intelligent and economical

ladies, who have been long in the
work. Will you help us and join with

Mrs. Bittinger.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

LOST, FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM

ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

FOR RENT Six room .cottage on

Tuscawilla street between primary
and high schools. Apply to Mrs.
R. D. Fuller. 6-tf

FOR SALE One well broken and

trained Shetland Pony, wagon and
buggy, with harness, cheap for
cash. J. D. Rooney.

FOR SALE Barred Rock and Indian

Runner duck eggs for hatching. H.

S. Wesson, Ocala, Fla. 2 22-lm

FOR RENT Well located and nicelj

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 Munroe
roe Munroe & Chambliss National Bank. 4-tf

WINDSOR HOTEL AND PARK
Jacksonville, Florida

DISTINCTIVELY DELIGHTFUL t
"COMFORT FIRST"
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLANS
A. F. WILSON, MGR. T. M. WILSON, PROP.

us?

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

P?&0 'SESS'jMS'SS'SaK t has a'cold. If you will inquire into

build the weakened organs back to health
cad strength. ."
Cardui has helped others, and will help

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"4t:tJc.z;'srA in pitia wrapper.

the merits of the various remedies

that are recommended for coughs and
colds, you will find that Chamberlain's
Cough Remery stands high in the es estimation
timation estimation of people who use it. It is

prompt and effectual, pleasant and

safe to take, which are qualities espe especially
cially especially to be desired when a medicine
is intended for children. For sale by

all dealers. 3-l-15t

Ready Means to Identification.
. Richardson Wright recently made
an appointment to meet a stranger in
a Hartford betel, and over the tele telephone
phone telephone he described himself as being
a round person with an incipient
mustache. When the stranger finally
found him Mr. Wright asked how he
was able to recognize him so quickly.
Back came the ready answer: "Looked
up 'incipient' in the dictionary." Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Star..
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

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Elizabeth Fry.

Elizabeth Fry's great work for
prison reform was all done after her
marriage. It was in IS 13 that she

paid her first and memorable visit to
Newgate prison, and in 1817 formed
the Association for the Improvement

of Female Prisoners in Newgate,

which attracted such widespread in interest.
terest. interest. Her efforts were not confined
to Great Britain, many continental
prisons being the better for her
labors.

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

Hand Shaking Dangerous.
Bacteriologists recently found un under
der under the fingernails of men, women and
children no less than thirteen differ different
ent different .kind3 of disease germs, including
those of tuberculosis, diphtheria and
Influenza.

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

at Star office. dh tf
WANTED Three unfurnished rooms,

prefer to have them connected. X,

Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ours. Lt ua
have your custom we deserve it.

CDcala lee & PsicMiMii

care Star.

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Historic English Structure.
Many famous personages were con condemned
demned condemned to death in Westminster hall.
William Wallace, Scotland's brave
hero; Lord Cobham, Sir Thomas
More, the Protector Somerset, Sir
Thomas Wyatt. the earl cf Esses, Guy
Fawkes, the earl of Stafford and many
others. The famous trial of Warren
Hastings occurred here. The terrace,
overlooking the Thames, is celebrated.

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