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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL. 21.

OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY. MARCH. 8, 1915

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London, March 8. Greece appar apparently
ently apparently is at the parting of the ways, J
with her king exerting his influence
to maintain the country's neutrality ;
in opposition to Eleutherios Venizelos,

the retiring premier and theman to
whom Greece owes, her revival. Mr.
Venizelos yesterday announced, the

resignation of himself and his cab-1

inet, because King Constantine did
not approve the policy of govern government.
ment. government. WILD FOR WAH

Athens, March 8. There were

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ASIA MINOR

SULTAN AND HIS GOVERNMENT
ARE BADLY SCARED

Sofia, March 8. The Turkish gov-

TRIG TO ESCAPE

THE TURKS

El

ernmcnt will be removed to Asia

many popular demonstrations favor- !Minor Thursday, according to a mes mes-ing
ing mes-ing war with Turkey in Athens today, recejVcd from Constantinople by
Premier Venizelos was cheered wild-jthe Courier today. The defense of

ly when he .appeared on the streets.
.Great crowds surged around the par parliamentary
liamentary parliamentary building, shouting "down
with Turkey; we want war."

The Turkish legation is strongly

guarded.

Constantinople has beeji entrusted to
German officers.

SEVERE CHARGE
AGAINST STONE

OCKIAI'IIAJIVER ITEMS
BUSY DAYS WITH THE BOATS IN
THE BLUE ROADS BASIN
Connor, March 8. The "Silver
; Springs," Captain Frank Mathews,
cleared the Blue Roads today at 8 a.
in. for Palatka.
The "City of Ocala," Captain Carl
Mason, left Palatka today at 7 a. m.
for Silver Springs. .. ...
Three days of the week the "Sil "Silver
ver "Silver Springs" will arrive and clear the
Blue Roads, and three -days of the
week the "City of Ocala" will ditto.
The freighter "Sham Shooter"

E. L. Mills, is -due in -Silver- Springs HVe"about ears- ago.M ;

Bartow, March 7. Residents of the

i Winter Haven section are greatly ex

cited over the arrest Friday of Bufort

Stone, well-known real estate operator

and member of the firm of Stone &
Mann. The. arrest was made on com-

, plaint of St. Stone's- partner, Mr.

Willis Mann, and on a very grave
charge. The charge is based on the
alleged story told by the nine-year-old
daughter of Mr. Mann.
Mr. Stone is being held here pend pending
ing pending an investigation of the case. He
is of prominent family, and the
charges came as a distinct surprise
to all who know him. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. Mr. Mann formerly resided in Mar Mar-Jon,
Jon, Mar-Jon, county., '.,He .removed to 'Winter

Tuesday with granges ;, clears at 10, a.
m. for Palatka, via Wfelaka.
The freighter "G. A. Carmichael"
is on the Jacksonville end f the line;
due to arrive with freight consign consigned
ed consigned to the Carmichael & Sons Co.,
Ocala.
The tug "Princess Irene" and tug
"Ruth" have left Conner for river
. points.
While the handsome yacht Silver
Springs, Captain Frank E. Mathews,
performs her task of cruising over
the blue, purple and green waters,
graceful and stolid, like the Indian
warrior, the trim and limber City of
Ocala, Captain W. Carl Mason,
prances around, even turning within
her length and, like a 16-year-old
school girl, dances with the ripples;
then she straightens her Roman nose
and, like a hare, flies down the blue,

" leaving, all stirred up, a wake of cot cotton
ton cotton white waters. Besides being "the
girl of the Oklawaha," she has won

the title of the life saving vessel of
the river. The City of Ocala is the
"doctor" of the Oklawaha, too. Be Besides
sides Besides doing her part of regular every everyday
day everyday work, this vessel performs these
little incidentals of the river, for the
river folk with glee. The vessel is in
full prime, of being ship-shape, when
she gets all messed up with a raft that
has messed around and tied itself
around two or three river bends. I
have stood on the deck of the yacht
and watched her "go to it." Her nose
would shove a "section" of the timber
under and before this "section" had
time to rise, Mason would shoot the
yacht over, stopping the wheel's pro propulsion
pulsion propulsion before the logs. hit under keel.
A. A. G.

LEST YOU FORGET
Lest the older people forget, 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 and Sicilian circle.

Square dance.
Schottische.
Country dance (chorus jig).
Waltz.
Country dance (old zip coon).
Square dance (Portland fancy).
Intermission.
Two-step.
Square dance.

10. Country dance (money musk).
11. Polka.
12. Square dance.
13. Country dance (Virginia reel).
Extras. ""
Only the music of the fiddle will be
heard. Two Yankee fiddlers, who
have had years of experience in fur furnishing
nishing furnishing 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 ckdv members, old and young,
will find it one of the most entertain entertaining
ing entertaining numbers on the long list of de delightful
lightful delightful events that the club has en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. Get your partners.

PEOPLE FLEEING INTO
GARIA IN A PANIC

BUL-

Paris, March 8. The fire aboard
the steamship La Touraine has been
rrasiered and all aboard are safe, ac according
cording according to an announcement by the
Campagnie Generale Trans-Atlant-ique.
The fire is confined to one of

the compartments of the hold. La

Touraine is proceeding to Havre un under
der under her own steam, escorted by the
steamship Rotterdam, and is expected
to arrive there tonight.
Commanders of other vessels which
speeded to the rescue, were informed
their services would not be required.

ARE WAITING

Salonica, March 8. Thousands of
Christians are fleeing into Bulgaria,
from western Turkey, to escape mas massacre.
sacre. massacre. It is reported that eighty
were slain at Tekka and many homes
burned at Oertaja, Maltepe and
Tcpene.

MARION COUNTY FARMS

FRENCH

of

Mr. Arthur P. Spen-cer, district
agent of the Farmers' Co-operative
Demonstration Bureau, who with his

party was recently in Ocala, makes yards between Perthes and 1 Beause

the following report of what he sawjjour Frcnch artillery silenced Ger Ger-in
in Ger-in Marion county: .. ; iman forty-two centimeter uns on

SLOWLY FORWARD

HAVE CAPTURED FIVE HUN HUNDRED
DRED HUNDRED YARDS OF GERMAN
TRENCHES
.
Paris, March 8. French 2 troops
captured German trenches northwest

Souain. The French gained 500

Oil ENGLAND

BEATEN iff RUSSIANS IN TEfJ-DAY

BATTLE

A1THE0 GERIJAI! MOT TBVIIifl TO DRIVE WEDGE 0ET1E
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TO ANSWER THEIR PROTEST
FROM THE UNITED STATES
Berlin, March 8. A high admiralty
official stated today that the cessa cessation
tion cessation of the German submarine at-

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tacks was due to the fact that Ger-I
many is awaiting Great Britain's de-j

cision on the proposals for a modifica modification
tion modification of the blockade byt the United
States.

MISS JOSIE McCLURE

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Mr. MeiTert's Farm
J. M. Meffert's farm was the- first
visited. Here general farming is
carried on on a large scale. Mr.
Meffert is feeding several hundred
cattle and hogs. He is a large grow grower
er grower of velvet beans and has about
1,000 acres under cultivation and is
doing up-tordate farming. He is a
great believer in live stock and in
growing legumes and other crops that
will maintain and improve the fer fertility
tility fertility of Florida soil. His sugges sugges-tiona
tiona sugges-tiona ; were listened to with much- in interest,'
terest,' interest,' as he Has been a successful
farmer in Florida, for a good many
years. Mr.. Meffert also took f the
party to his extensive! lime-grinding
plant, showing them Just how. the lime
was producedwhere it came from
and all about it. He also showed
them his smoke-house, where a large
supply of cured meat was ready for
use.
Mr. Camp's Dairy
J. Camp's dairy was then visited.
Mr. Camp began operations about
four years ago and has conducted the

business in a most scientific manner.
He is equipped with silos, milking
machines, sterilizer for his bottles of
milk, and Kas an excellent water sup supply,
ply, supply, dipping vat and a good Bermuda
pasture. Accurate records are being
kept of the operations, and this was
an -important feature for all to consider.

Mr. Howell's Farm
Mr. Howell's farm was also visit visited;
ed; visited; here about 100 head of cattle are
being fed on corn silage. On examina examination
tion examination of this silage it was found to be
in excellent 5 condition and just as
good as can be produced in any part
of the United States. Mr. Howell ex expects
pects expects to feed his cattle sixty days
longer, which will make them bring
top prices.

the heights of the Meuse. The French
have advanced to north' of t Badeon Badeon-villier,
villier, Badeon-villier, Lorraine.,-

SHERIFFS OF THE STATE

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

Will Hold Their Annual Meeting in
, this City March 17th i
The sheriffs of the state of Florida
will hold their annual convention in
Ocala on Wednesday, March 17th, in
the courthouse.
Notice of the meeting lias been sent
to all the sheriffs in the state and as
they "usually .turn out in force, the
meeting will probably be an interest interesting
ing interesting one, and .will likely last several
days.
These meetings are devoted to the
interchange of ideas as to the best
methods cf conducting this depart department
ment department of the state's business.
At the coming meeting a number of
suggestions will be made in the shape
of a petition to the next legislature
asking for certain laws that exper experience
ience experience has taught the sheriffs would be
of benefit to them in the discharge of
their duties.
Sheriff VS. H. Dowling of Duval
county is president of the organiza organization
tion organization and Sheriff J. P. Houston of Leon
county, secretary.
Just what form of entertainment
will be tendered the visiting- sheriffs
has not yet been determined.

Petrograd, Marcn 3. The Germans
are in full retreat through the forests
near Augustowic, with the Russians
pursuing again, near the frontier of
East Prussia. The German rear guard
is suffering severe losses. The fierce
fighting of the past ten days in the
Augustowic forests resulted in a
complete victory for the Russians.
Meantime other German armies are
battering away at the Ossoweic fort fortress,
ress, fortress, and trying to cut through the
Russian lines near Pilica, between
Warsaw and Ivangorod, having reach reached
ed reached the first line of Russian fortifica-tions

BAD WEATHER
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All Ocala people and those who
knew her in her home on the Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha will deeply regret to hear of
the death of Miss Josie McClure. She
died this morning at 8:30, at her
home in this city on North Main
street after an illness of two weeks
of pneumonia.
Miss McClure was born at the old
family home near Sunday Bluff 44
years ago and has made her home in
Ocala for the last fifteen years. She
leaves a devoted mother, a sister,
Mrs. J. II. Smith, who is now here,
and a brother, Mr. G. C. McClure.
She was a member, of the Methodist
church. The funeral services will be
conducted from the residence tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning at 10:30 'o'clock and Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver & MacKay have charge of the ar ar-langements.
langements. ar-langements. Rev. J. M. Gross, pastor
of the Methodist church, will officiate.
Interment will be made in Green Greenwood
wood Greenwood cemetery. The pall bearers will

be Messrs.. Wenrick, Ed; Parr, M. M.t

Little, G. A. Nash, S. S. Savage and
S. T. Sistrunk.
Everybody liked Miss Josie. She
had a bright, sunshiny disposition
that made all her friends. She was
one of those quiet, unassuming peo people,
ple, people, who filled her. place in life faith faithfully,
fully, faithfully, and her passing will be deeply
mourned by her friends as well as her
bereaved relatives.

ORDERS ARRIVING FROM
ALL OVER AMERICA

I WIND HAS MADE WILD WORK
WITH THE WIRES
i The Star is shy on its telegraph
: service today, on account of the wires
j being down between Jacksonville and
j Atlanta. The half a dozen dispatches
i we received were sent over another

line from Chicago.

THOS. J. BARNES

MRS. PITTINGER

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

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

Mrs. Henrietta Pittinger, aged 74
years, died this morning at her home
at Fort McCoy. Mclver & MacKay
prepared the body for burial and the
funeral will take place next Friday
morning. Interment in Greenwood
cemetery.

CONTROLLER WILL FIND
. THEM IN GOOD CONDITION

Washington, March 8. The comp comptroller
troller comptroller of the currency today issued
a call for the condition of the Florida
national banks.

A good citizen passed when Mr.
Thos. J. Barnes died at his home six
miles south of town Saturday evening.
He was 65 years old, had lived all his
life in Marion county, and had the
sincere respect and good will of all
who knew him.
Mr. Barnes leaves two sons and two
daughters to mourn his death. They
are Mr. Fletcher Barnes of Shady,
Mr. T. B. Barnes of this city, Mrs.
Lsila Barnes Stein of Pennsylvania

and Mrs. Ruth Barnes Pearson of St.

Joseph, Mo.
The funeral took place Sunday aft

ernoon at the cemetery in the Shady

Grove neighborhood. It was largely
attended by all the neighbors, who
came to pay their last respects to
their old friend. Mr. Wilbur Smith

was in charge of the arrangements,

A. large shipment of Dennison's

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

Globe-Wernicke safes at The Mur

ray Company. 6-3t

Florida Marketing Bureau Steadily
Pushing Its Work Forward
Times-Unio Over the far flung
battle lines of trade and business, the
Florida Marketing Bureau has start started
ed started a general plan of conquest, as in
the course of the next few days it js
hoped to have representatives in
many of the towns and cities east of
the Mississippi river. As a result of
the recent meeting in Ocala, T. J.
Epps was made the sales manager of
the organization. The offices of the
body are maintained here in room 437
of the St. James 'building, and the
orders of the bureau members are
handled through same. Since the es establishment
tablishment establishment "of the office about a
month ago, a large amount of pro

duce has been shipped to various
markets.

It is the aim now of. the bureau to

have a dealer representative in all of
Ihe smaller cities. In this manner.

representatives will call on the var various
ious various merchants and secure the orders

which' are turned into the Florida

Marketing Bureau. Through this

brokerage system, it is shown that the

growers in Florida will have a much
better chance to dispose of their pro

duce to advantage.

It was stated yesterday that orders

are coming in irom practically ail
over the United States. These are of
a scattering nature, however, and it is
believed that by means of a represen

tative in every city 'this can be corrected.

NOTICE

The state and county tax books
will close according to the laws of
Florid on the last day of March.
Come as early as you possibly can,
thus avoiding the big rush we always
have the last ten or fifteen days the
tax books are open. Also be sure and
bring or send a correct description of
your property when you wish either
a memorandum of the amount or to
pay your taxes, thu 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 ?eems 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-HOd Tax Collector

Mr. P. V. Leavengood will leave 'to

morrow for Lakeland, to represent

Ocala at the meeting of the head

camp of Florida Woodmen. Mr. Chas.

K. Sage left on the same errand yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. There is a move on foot to
boost Mr. Sage for head banker, a

position for which his long service and
careful attention to duty as clerk of
the Ocala camp entitles him to.

Messrs. D. W. Tompkins, William

Gober and Frank Wetherbee leave to

morrow for Palatka to attend the
meeting of the Florida Grand Lodge
Knights of Pythias. Judge Gober is

grand outer guard of the Grand Lodge.

Well located, five room cottage; all
conveniences; close in; for rent, $15

per month. Apply at Star office, tf

Globe-Wernicke card index cabinets

at The Murray Company. 6-3t

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Try these ueUcious hot nd cold
drinks serveu at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 17-6t

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

Have your choice Pabst's creamy

j "bock" or Pabst's Blue Ribbon on
!-draft, at Johnny's. 6-tf

RECOMMENDS CHAMBER CHAMBERLAIN'S
LAIN'S CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY

"I take pleasure in. recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my
customers because I have confidence
in it. I find that they are pleased
with it and call for it when again in
need of such a medicine," writes J. W.
Sexson, Montevallo, Mo. For sale by
all dealers. .3-l-15t

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FOR YOUR INSPECTION.
fOME in and see our striking line of snappy, up-to-date Spring and Sum Sum-mcr
mcr 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 wil' give
you a Perfect Fit, the finest you ever had on your back, or hand back your
money. That is the English Woolen bills' method of Hoing business. Its
the method that guarantees the utmost clothes yalue for your money.

CAI7N BLDG.

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SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with

fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Embalmer

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

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

219 WEST BROADWAY

lelveF k MacKay

Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMDALMERS
Fine Caskets and Rorial Odes.
D. E. McIVER and C V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embalmer
mer Embalmer and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER 1CI

C- V. ROBERTS
Undertaking Office

Virginia Style
Smoked Hams
. CMade in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
Phone 34

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Fot Good Wood
BIG Load lor 51.
Your Order will have

immediate Attention

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDxVY, MARCH 8, 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

of control of educational institutions.;
It is not alleged that any fault is to!

be found
j The only

ELECTRIC BONDS VALIDATED

BITTINGEIt & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS

that he is not a Floridian, and the
Jacksonville board wants the work
given to a home man. That is all

H. R. Carroll, General Manager

J. II. Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Oc-a. Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

pnONE 51

(Domestic)
One year, m advance.
Six months, In advance .
Three months, in advance

on month. In advance.

$5.00
. 2.50
. 1.25
. .50

Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager i right, if the home man will 'do better

work ior tne same money, or trie same
work for less money, or even the same
work for the same money. To give
him the work simply and solely be because
cause because he is a home man would be fav favoritism,
oritism, favoritism, and favoritism doesn't pay
the people who have to pay the bills.
It is acknowledged that Mr. Edwards
has done first-class work, and he

should not be dismissed for any polit political
ical political reason.
GOING TO HAVE A

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Foreign)
One year- in advance. ...
Six months, in advance
Three months, in advance,
One month, in advance. .

$8.00
4.25
2.25
.80

The Chautauqua opens at the Tem-lence was threatened." This gentle gentle-pleheater
pleheater gentle-pleheater day after tomorrow even-! man also says that the fact recently
tog. Do your best to make it a sue- brought out that money has been used
u to manufacture evidence for Frank

: j has made a very bad impression. Peo-

"Honey Boy" Evans,
known minstrel, died in a
hospital Friday.

the well
Baltimore

pie can't help feeling that an innocent
man would be above such practices.

The reason why Johnny Bunny
hasn't been seen in the movies is
that he has gone on the road with a
vaudeville show.

ANOTHER INDUSTRY

with Mr. Edwards' work, j Case, However, w ill be Taken by the
complaint against him is! Objectors to the SuDreme

Court
The argument being concluded, it

did not take Judge Bullock very long!
Saturday afternoon, to decide which 1
side was right in the case of the elec electric
tric electric plant bonds. His decision, was
that the election was properly called,
and the bonds were valid.
The case may be summed up briefly

! Tn 18R7. th lpri;1ntnrf granted to

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the city of Ocala what was called the
John F. Dunn charter to make im improvements,
provements, improvements, under which the right to

vote for bonds was vested in all reg registered
istered registered voters. But in 1807, when the
pitv wanted to hnv the electric nlant.

FIRST-CLASS BALL GROUND the' legisIature nted another char-

ter by which the right to vote for
that particular purpose was restricted
to taxpayers on real estate or not less
than $200 worth of personal prop property.
erty. property. This statute also provided that
the future disposal of the plant

t 1 Jl MM Vt 4-Vt rntvtA yl i C CT

i bllOUlU Ue pabfceu OH uy same .ioo
last season. The field has been f t Consequently, when the

CONDENSED STATEMENT OF
HOE & CUIUS
IIAT10I1AL BAM

As

OF OCALA, OCALA, FLA.
Called for by the Comptroller of;
the Currency at the Close of
Business March 4th, 1915

ASSETS

.$395,399.11
. 66,477.76
. 51,016.71
35.65

In company with Manager Hunter
of the ball team, a Star reporter visit visited
ed visited the ball park Saturday afternoon,
and viewed the progressing improvement.

A great deal nas been done since

Loans and Discounts
Stocks and Bonds,
County Warrants,
Overdrafts

Bank building, furniture
and fixtures 28,000.00
Dus from U. S. Treasurer 2,500.00
Real Estate 904.50
Cash Due from Banks 63,256.38

is level with the diamond. This has

FOR OCALA been set to Bermuda grass, which is

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far as we know, has been without

a soap factory for 1915 years

Sarah Bernhardt is 71 years old.
She appeared in Tampa and Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville on her last tour of America,
about nine years ago.

good, springy turf under the feet of

an(j the players. A high fence has been

built across the south side of the

si-nr rtmos two. The K. Li. JLanir boaD

. ... 1 --- nHc onH ir ta r r r n ta ovtnnn if

'Company, whose charter is being

published and will soon be ready for

business, composed ot local people,

with its stock widely scattered over
ritv and county, and another one is

wl

tu now that the voting husband's

fancy lightly turns to thoughts of a opening for business

spring garden, Tampa Times.
And the young wife's to a spring
hat. ..

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The second company is the Florida

Soap Company, composed of two

hustling western men by tne names

of E. S. Thrawls and Joseph Fisher,

who have been in town for the past

two weeks getting ready for busi

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ness. ine geniiemen nave renieu me

street,

A bale of cotton enters into
romrjosition of the ammunition

miirpd to fire one of a British dread-

t,ao-ht bin- puns. The Star highly frame building on Magnolia

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approves of the bombardment of the next door nortn irom uaies garage,

TlarHnnpllPs forts. I and are aireaay mamng uieir pru-

duct, which is called the Holmes row

The Lakeland Telegram says that dered Soap, and is said to be one of

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RfmnK reads a chaDter or two ol I the most remarKaDie wasnmg pow

Dickens everv night before going to dexs ever invented.

m m t il A 1.

bed. We thought we recognized the agency tor j?ionaa ana one qxner siaie

Dickensesque style in Straub's writ-

Incrs. hnt never knew before where

,
and how it was imbibed.

and the sole rights to make and s"ell

the soap in this state.

If the woman who is suing the
Tampa Tribune f or libel had begun

with the request to correct a misstate misstatement,
ment, misstatement, most likely due to some re

porter's hurry, she would have been

more reasonable and just as well off.

A number of the state papers are

urging radical legislation against the

insurance companies at the coming

session at Tallahassee. The Star

would counsel the legislature to go

slow. This isn't a good time for a cru

sade against the insurance companies

all the way around. A big, fine grand

stand on the north and east is plan

ned, and will soon be in course of con

struction.

The season will probably open some

date between March 20 and April 1
with a game with the Florida Univer

sity team. A big contract for Ocala,

which is out of practice, but sure to

be a fine game and well worth going
to see.

Mr. Hunter has baseball in his
bones. He has resurrected the sport
in Ocala. All the improvement at the
ball park has been under his direction,

and not a little of it by his own hands.
As he and the reporter walked over
the field, he, every minute, bent down

mi i ii I and encouracred the little sprigs of

xney nave uie j

rJermuaa grass wun tne same iuvmg
care that a bald-headed man shows to
the feathery down that rewards an
application of Jake Gerig's Rexall

hair restorer. Baseball is the best ot

all sports good for the whole coun country
try country and good for Ocala. The Star
hopes that the city will encourage Mr.
Hunter and the ball team with good
crowds this summer, and that we will
have the best season Ocala has seen.

election to decide whether the city
should issue bonds to improve the
plant ( for the plant, legally, is con continuous,
tinuous, continuous, and a new building and new
machinery are only improvements), it

naturally called for an election under

the rules of this same statute.
The objectors to the validity of the

bonds held that the election should
have been held under the terms of the
old charter, by which all registered
voters could participate.
It was the intention of the city to
accept Judge Bullock's decision,
whether it was unfavorable or not,

and in case it was unfavorable to at
once call for another election.
Mr. R. L. Anderson, however, in

forms the Star that he intends to car

ry the case to the supreme court.
Altho such cases are given attention
as quickly as possible, this move

means a delay of perhaps sixty or
ninetv davs. and a considerable added

I expense to the city.

The Star is sorrv for this. It would

. Total $612,590.11
LIABILITIES
Capital stock $ 50.000.00
Surplus and undivided
profits 35,963.36
Bond Account, 15,000,78

Circulation, .. 38,000.00
Bills Payable, 10,000.00
Rediscounts, 50,559.89
Deposits 413,066.08
Total ..... $612,590.11

Board of Trade meets

evening.

Wednesday

There will be a public dance given

at the W. O. W. hall at Martel, Fri

day evening, March 12th. Good mus

ic, good order and a good time assur

ed. 5-3t

Come 1ro xxs fox

your Easter Dyes,

youi? medicines

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You can rely ?n the colors of our dyes "coming
out," as we teliyu they will.
Change the faded COLOR of that old dress,
waist or ribbon and it will be like brand new.

Our grease extractor will take the ugly spot
out.
"It's reliable" when it comes from us.
Anti-Monopoly BFticj Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
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Its always in order to weed out the

If Constantinople is captured, Bus-bad ones, but the good ones are like

slan wheat can be brought to the j
western European markets, which

will diminish the profits of American
grain growers. But it will at once

reopen a big. market for "American

cotton, which is much5 needed in Rus

sia.

PREPARING FOR BUSINESS

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, will apply to the leg legislature
islature legislature of the state of Florida, at the
next session thereof for local or spe special
cial special legislation to change and amend
the citv charter of the said city as

follows: ,
That all taxes which are levied oy
said city upon real and personal prop prop-ertv
ertv prop-ertv shall be collected substantially

in the same manner provided by law

be a very good thing for the people f0r the collection of state and county

of Ocala if work on the new plant taxes, or tnat may De nereaner Pru-
. M w ,c vided, in so far as the same is apph apph-could
could apph-could commence at once. Not only is ... rttm,ji nf ra

the new plant needed, but in the pres- city ia be.the equalization board for
ent condition of affairs commence- said city in $uch matters and that it

ment of work on such an institution shall be empowered to provide by or-
, , dinance for the hearing and adjusting
would be a very welcome stimulus to complaints in such matters, and
business. The delay will add not only for tue t;me cf assessing and collect-

fr fVio ovtra YTipn;p. hut to ill feelincr. infy such taxes, the ODening and clos

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nn,f-,ir inn- of the tax boons, tne auues oin

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ANY QUANTITY i
STANDARD GROCERY CO., M

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REAR FRANK'S STORE

Rt. Itev. Abbott Charles, Pres.

Ile. Father IK'ruMlict, Dirvctur.

every body else these days, not having
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a very nusn time, ana mere is
not a thing to keep any one of them

from clearing out of a state which

tries to get its goat. Last year was a

hard one on insurance companies, and

several went out of business, reinsur

ing their patrons, of course, in other

Along at intervals, come complaints I companies, so as to protect them.

about the California quarantine I This year has, so far, been no better.

ftcrainst "Florida citrus fruits and I The more tolerant we all are toward

trees. Why is it that the Florida

legislature mav not adont some re

taliatory statute? Perry Herald.

One reason is, that the state would
be lowered to adopt any such pic-

ayunish policy. Another is, that
California does not import anything
into Florida that could compete with

the home product.

each other these evil days, the sooner
they will come to an end.

The Miami Metropolis has located

the law aeainst killinsr buzzards. It

says:

"Seetion 3759 of the revised sta

tutes of Florida assesses a fine of five

dollars for each offense of killing or

catching or having in possession of

A citizen of Atlanta, who was a any wild bird, other than game birds,

visitor to Ocala last week, spoke as j with a very few exceptions like the
follows of the Frank case: "A great I English sparrow, hawk and the like,

deal is being made," he said, "of the but no exception is made in favor of
pressure of public opinion. The jurors the buzzard, and it is to be supposed

did not know anything of this. It was I that that uncanny and uncleanly fow

carefully kept from them. The jury
was made up of the best material. It

was selected irom the grand jury
panel. It heard all the evidence, and
undoubtedly believed Frank to be

guilty. Stories of the

is still protected under tne provis

ions of the statute."

The Marion Bottling and Ice Cream
Company is preparing its place of

business in readiness for the opening
soon to take place. The building is

being made ready, quite a lot of the

plant's equipment is on the way, hav

ing been shipped from the different
factories, and everything will be in
readiness for the opening by the time

the weather is warm enough to make

an active demand for the goods.

THRASHING VELVET BEANS

If there is one thing more

than another in public affairs, it is

that the people of Ocala want to keep

control of their electric current busi

ness, and want a new plant built, so

hat. the business can keep up with

Mr. Olds, with his velvet bean hull hulling
ing hulling outfit, has been engaged for sev

eral days shelling velvet beans for the

Raysor Peanut Company, in front of

their place of business on West Fort
Tintr avenue. He is windinc: up the

job there for the present, having hull

ed approximately 1000 bushels of
beans for the Raysors. When sacked

the beans are free from hulls and
broken beans and are strictly first

class.

The Star is informed that the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville board of trade has gone after

jurors being j the scalp of W. A. Edwards, the At-

af raid to acquit Frank because they j lanta architect, under whose direction
feared mob violence are foolish. They I has been erected the buildings plan-

did not even know that any mob vio- ned of recent years by the state board

the tax assessor in relation to the re

turn and assessment oi property, in
addition to the powers already con

ferred in such, matters upon saia
council: that any property not taxed

for any year by reason of omission or
error, or that escaped the payment of

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he growth of the city. Also, improve- tfce taxes for any year by reason of

ment of the water plant, which is

most urcentlv needed, waits on the

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new electric plant, it having been de
cided for the sake of economy and ef

ficiencv- to combine them, lhe va-

y

lidity of the bonds is now firmly es

tablished, and any further delay is

directly at variance with the desire

such error or omission shall be taxed j
the next ensuing: year for both the

tax for the year in which such error

nr omission occurred in addition to

the taxes for such ensuing year.

To empower said city to levy a spe

cial tax annually not to exceed one

mill on all property taxable by said

citv. for the maintenance or assist-

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ance of hospitals, band concerts, and
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Five Mile WeU of Dade City and One Mile East of San Antonio
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1839
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
S225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
. A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 6, 19K-
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of said city, and to secure puDiicityi

people.

CLEAN-UP WEEK

The civic committee of the Worn-
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an s ijiUD, oi wnicn iurs. ueorge o.

Blitch is chairman, has designated

this week as clean-up week and de

sires the Star to call the attention of
the people generally to the fact. Now

is the time 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

self in other ways in cleaning up the

town. Your cooperation is asked.

If the war is to be won by starva

tion the United States could strike

a harder blow by refusing to do busi business
ness business in European backyards than by
sending her navy to loaf with one fleet
or the other. Times-Union.

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

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more delicious breakfast dish than

Post Toasties, and yet, they're so economi

cal that everyone can enjoy them,

MRS. GILES

Mrs. J. T. Giles, mother of Mrs. T.

T. Cappleman, died at her daughter's

home Monday morning, bhe was
born Oct. 19, 1864, at New Market,

Ala., and as Fannie Rice was married

December 27, 1883. Two years after

her marriage she united with the

Baptist church.

She leaves a husband and fourj
children: G. C. Giles of Tampa; L. C.
Giles of Jacksonville; Mrs. R. W.
Steelman of Fayetteville, Tenn., and
Mrs. T. T. Cappleman, of Winter Gar Garden.
den. Garden. Mrs. Giles was a great sufferer for
twenty-eight years, but bore the
same with Christian fortitude. The
funeral services were held at the
family residence Tuesday morning at
9 o'clock. Rev. Brittain conducting the
services. The interment was at Oak Oakland.
land. Oakland. Winter .Garden Times.
Four years -ago Mrs. Giles was a
patient in the Marion County Hospi

tal for several months, and won the

love of all the nurses and made many

friends in Ocala who will regret to

hear of her death.

the Superior Cornflakes, are made of the
best of selected Indian Corn; cooked, dain daintily
tily daintily seasoned, rolled into thin bits and
toasted to a delicate golden-brown.
These crisp, delightful flakes come in

rocciy-QF'AT FTI nnr.kages. all ready to

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serve just add milk or cream and sugar,
or anykind of iruit.

Goo

P0st Tjastles sure MIfitity

' Sold by Grocers Everywhere.

There is one thing in favor of the
American nation if we should ever go
to war. Nearly every American
knows something about firearms, and
most of them are good marksmen,
and that is what counts in winning
battles. It isn't the guns or the arm arm-orous
orous arm-orous equipment but the men behind
the guns and equipment. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Metropolis.
The Star is afraid the Metropolis
is almost too optimistic in its esti estimate.
mate. estimate.

The St. Paul sailed from New York
with her name painted on her sides
in letters four feet high. Did she
suppose Germans would not know her
without that? Times-Union.

W. K. LanetM. P., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.

for said citv.

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To empower said city to iurnisn

electric current and power to all per

sons either within or without the cor

norate limits of said city that the

city council of said city shall see fit;
to build, operate and maintain elec

tric trolley lines either within or with without
out without the corporate limits of said city

for the transportation of passengers

and freight, and to make such charges

for such transportation as said coun

cil shall see fit, and to issue bonds in

accordance with law for such purpos

es as in the case of other municipal

purposes.

To empower said city to make and
enter into contracts with any of its

own officers until such a time as the
census of population of said city shall

show it to contain more than 10,000

inhabitants.

That there shall be a city cierK, a

city treasurer and a city collector
elected annually by the city council in
accordance with law. whose powers

and duties shall he such as shall be

fixed by the city council of said city.

To empower said city to issue in

dustrial bonds not to exceed $50,000,
to encourage and assist in the estab

lishment of factories and enterprises

within the corporate limits of said
city, and to make such loans to the

owners or parties interested in such
enterprises or factories as may be ap

proved b a majority of the bond trus trustees
tees trustees of said city, provided the interest
charged on such loans is not to be less

than the interest paid on such bonds.

To empower the said city to re

assess paving and sidewalk special as

sessments which may be void by rea

son of irregularities and errors; anr

to empower the said city tc

serve notice on unknown property

owners or absent property owners by
publication in newspapers when sucn
property owners may be required to
construct any street or sidewalk pav paving
ing paving on any property by said city.
That the members of the city coun council
cil council are to each receive the salary of
S15 per month, and that any mem member
ber member absenting himself from any reg regular
ular regular meeting of the city council shall
have the sum of $7.50 deducted from

sucn salary, unless ne nad nrsi se secured
cured secured the written consent of the
president of the council to be absent.
That only the duly qualified and
registered voters of the said city who
possess real or personal property sub subject
ject subject to taxation by said city to the
amount of $200 and who have paid the

taxes last due thereon shall be per

mitted to vote in any election called

for the purpose of issuing bonds of

the said city.

That no franchise of. any kind shall

be granted by the city of Ocala, to

any person, firm or corporation, with
out the consent of a majority of tht
registered voters of the city of Ocala
voting at an election for that purpos
called and that any person, firm o:

corporatioa desiring to secure any

such franchise shall deposit with the
city clerk of the said city at such
time as shall be fixed by the city
council, a sufficient sum of money, the
amount thereof to be fixed by the city
council, sufficient to defray alj the ex expenses
penses expenses of calling and holding such an
election.
City Council of the City of Ocala.
2-8-mon-2m

Ghero-Cola Plant
Now Open

We wish to announce, to the public of Cen Central
tral Central Florida that our large and up-to-date Bottling
Plant is now open, ready for inspection and visi- J
tors are welcome.
We are Bottling, for the trade only, our fa famous
mous famous Georgia drink,
CHERO-COLA i
the drink that is famous for its purity, that satis- :
fles the thirsty, refreshes the weary; pleases the ;
most fastidious taste. Every dealer in reach of
Ocala should have our CHERO-COLA on sale.
We are also bottling a full line of carbonated ;
soft drinks. ;
Our plant is two blocks south of the square, on
Main street.
CHERO-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY

Phone 521 -:- Ocala, Fla. ;

Henry
Clay

FLOUR

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

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REWORD

CULTIVATION has

revert to the jungles

to a few preachers and

changed the jungle into the garden. Cultivation has changed the bramblebush into the Beauty Rosebush. Cultivation has changed the election by bullets into election by ballots. STOP CULTIVATION and we

. brambles, bullets, bullfights and prize-tights. ine business 01 me is Luiuvauon, not ajmaiizauon. jox, now utile cultivation we can get along witn, but liUW MUCJ11 we can get. Don't leave the whole jcb

teachers in our community. They have their hands full. Call to their aid tne great preacners ana teacners irom other parts or the world, as well. Call in the highest types of manhood and womanhood the

'ple who achieve, who live greatlives, that your family and community may touch them and have life more abundantly. They cannot go to the world; therefore, bring the world to them.
S A GREAT CHAUTAUQUA provides all this. The Ocala Chautauqua was planned and brought into being because our community, like all com munities, must cultivate or degenerate.

aid

You would pay many dollars to have our commercial life improved: you

nav iust the same to have one physical life improved; and you would pay just, as wiumgiy to nave me community me impiuvcu ii.iciicciuaiv, pujaiiau?, spjaiuaiiy, aim commercially, once you see tne proposition in its true ngnt. The Chautauaua will hH

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 01 ranK, religion ui iiai siauon, may meei ana enjoy tne very ucst tne world anords, m i.r. intellectual way m music, politics, literature,

presents many of the greatest Chautauaua fea tures of the country. The entire program is onp nf nnrnr.cA or a

to popularizing the Chautauqua and placing it within the means of all. Believiner in their fell aw nitiToa

lling to lend their energies and financial assistance to a cause which is a real necessity to the community, the guarantors of the Ocala Chautauqua feel that the people will rally to their support, purchase tfe season tickets and come out to hear and profit by this
eptionally 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."

' ama, oratory, science, entertainment, it nas cum e to ue iouhcu upun, pguauiy, aa cascutiai w wuiummij o j :
! wnU it a nprmanent institutionin the communitv. This Chautauaua is nresented for the cood of Marion County. The program is expensive. It

' nimtinn: TJia spason tickets have been nlaeed at an unusuallv low Drice. notwithstanding the hierh nrice cf, many of its attractions, all with a view

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DR. CHAS. E. VARNEY

One of the country's noted phy phy-chologists.
chologists. phy-chologists. Dr. Varney has served his
country as chaplain in the army

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. One of the stars of 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
ed English novelist.

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

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.DULT 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.) 1 -Skovgaard
& Company (Opening Night).
Skovgaard & Battis (Second Night.)
Hobson (March 16th.)'
Shakspearean Play (Last Night.)
Adults. ......... .. .75
Children.... ..50
BIBLE HOURS and SUNDAY SESSIONS free to all.
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 under five 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.

Platform Managers
March 10th, llth 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 llth
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 Hearpns Sisters.
3:30 P. M. Entertainment,
Wm. Sterling Battis, VThe 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."
March 13th
Afternoon Session:
2:30 P. M. Full Concert,
The Hearons Sisters.
3:30 P. Mt 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.
8:30 P. M. Miss Gay Zenola MacLaren, in the Famous Play,
"The Governor's Lady."

March 14th Sunday
3:C0 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 are 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:
7f30 P. M. Awarding of Gold Medals for Declamation and Piana
Contests.
8:00 P. M. Songs by Raymond May Musical Monologist.
8:30 P. M. Lecture, The Silent Partner,"
Sirs. Mecca Marie Varney.
March 16th
t Morning Lecture:
10:30 A. M. "The Citizen Mother,"
Mrs. Mecca Marie Varney.
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 Officer( Hero of the
Merrimac) and leader in many national uplift movements.
March 17th
Morning Lecture:
10:30 A. M. First of u 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:

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.
- Evwiac Session:
7:45 P. M. Concert,
Cap's Chautauqua Orchestra.
Lecture,
"Apples of Gold," J
Dr. 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 of a Series of Psychological Lectures,
"Ready Reference,"
Dr. Chas. E. Varney.
Evening Session: Closing Events of 1915 Chautauqua.
7:45 P. M. Concert,
Cap's Orchestra.
BYRON W. KING PLAYERS in the great Shakespearean
Play, "AS YOU LIKE IT."

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION IN REGARD TO THE CHAUTAU CHAUTAU-QUA,
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marvelous tone pictures which the
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per Newspaper Syndicate.)
Winona sat on the edge of a stream
shaking salt over crisp green
tercress the first
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He had come
there to paint and
to get away from
his sister's many
chattering girl
friends, who
seemed always to
be occupying
porch and lawn
and pergola at
home.
He was trying to
get his picture in

his vision, and was squinting and oth otherwise
erwise otherwise distorting his face when he
saw her drop into his canvas, as it
were. He was maklne bits of scenerv

to frame for a frieze in his study.
Some how or other, as young Mad Madison
ison Madison began to sketch in the contour
of the landscape and to work in bits
here and there, the girl seemed a
necessary touch, and. he let her take
her place on his canvas almost with without
out without meaning to.
A pouring rain prevented the artist
from going to paint on the next day,
but .bright and early on the third
morning he wended his way to the
hilltop with palette and easel and all
necessary paraphernalia.
He had hardly begun to mix his
colors when the same girl In the
same dress and with the same salt salt-shaker
shaker salt-shaker in her hand took her seat on
the edge of the stream and began to
pick and eat watercress. George
Madison laughed to himself. It was
almost weird to" think that she should
have returned, and he was sure she
had not seen him.
"If she's there again I'll say she's
nutty," he said inelegantly to him himself
self himself as he folded his easel.
But she was there, and she con consumed
sumed consumed quantities of watercress and
hummed and seemed content to be
alive. The artist began to wish she
would notice him, and yet he could not
move nearer and get the same picture
on his canvas. He believed as he
looked at his nearly completed picture
that it was the best thing he had done
yet, and the girl in her colorful frock
and golden masses of hair sitting
gracefully on the edge of the stream
was not the least of it.
There was hardly an excuse left for
the young man to go again to paint
on his canvas it was finished. But
he could not resist the desire to seek
his place again and see if perhaps
something might not draw the girl's
attention away from the stream.
When he arrived he looked down
and there, complacently munching
the fresh grass at the stream's edge,
stood an old cow. The girl stood
near by, evidently afraid to sit down.
She looked about her as. if for help
.and her eye fell on George Madison
well up on the hillside beyond.
As if she had summoned him, he
ran down the bank and picked up a
stick. "Shall I chase her away?" he
asked
Winona smiled gratefully. "Oh
I wish you would," she said.
The cow moved on with a" little per persuasion
suasion persuasion and the artist assured Winona
that she was perfectly harmless.
"Nevertheless, I wouldn't have the
courage to 'sit down peacefully while
a cow stood near me," the girl ad admitted.
mitted. admitted. "And I must have water watercress."
cress." watercress." "Are youdo you like it so much?"
George asked.
"Yes it is a French cure for bron bronchial
chial bronchial or pulmonary weakness, and I
was not sure that I had not one-of
them, so I am taking the precaution
of not letting anything get a hold on
me. I must have health," she de declared
clared declared earnestly.
"You look as if you enjoyed it-
now," the artist could not help say saying
ing saying as his eyes dwelt on the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful fairness of her skin.
"I am perfectly well now, I think,"
the girl went on, "but it Is due, I am
sure, to the fact that I have dili diligently
gently diligently followed the advice of this old
French physician whc va I met in Nor Normandy.
mandy. Normandy. I have eatei watercress to
the exclusion of every Jhing else, and
in order to have.it fresh and to be
out of doors as much as possible, I
have come here for it every day and
made my meals of It. I live only a
mile from the stream," she added.
"Anddoes it satisfy you?" George
asked with wonder.
"Perfectly; as long as I do not see
the family at home sitting down to
tempting meals of other things.
That's another reason why I come
here to have solitary feasts of this."
"And another reason I think is
Fate," the young artist dared to say.
v What the .girl thought of his re remark
mark remark she did not betray, but George
Madison knew that it was Fate, nev nevertheless,
ertheless, nevertheless, that had sent Winona across
his path. And so it proved to bea

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New Joys and New Life Can Always
Be Found to Take the Place
of Those Lost-
Did you ever walk down a street
where many pretty homes and well well-kept
kept well-kept gardens could be seen and come
suddenly .face to face with an empty
house, writes XJargaret Wilkinson.
Did you not find the contrast some something
thing something painful?
You had been passing many houses
that showed unmistakable signs of
life. There were curtains in the win window,
dow, window, perhaps a baby carriage or the
children's toys on the veranda, the
lawns were well kept, the flower beds
were full, of blossoms. Perhaps you
could even see a dear, white-haired
old lady in a parlor or sitting room as
you passed or in another home you
caught a glimpse of a small boy with
a large doughnut in his hand or a
mother talking to her baby as she
lifted it from the floor.
And then you came to the empty
house. The windows were bare and
dirty and there was no vista beyond
them but blank walls. The walls were
stained and streaked with mud that
naughty little boys had thrown. The
weeds were rank and thick in the
lawn and In the flower beds. The house
was no longer a home of human life.
The life that was in it had gone out
and forgotten it
Some lives are like empty houses.
The humanity, the inspiration and the
soul have gone out of them. Perhaps
there has been a great disappointment
and the new tenant has not been found
to take the place of the old the new
joy Instead of the one that could not
be had, the new work that would have
meant success instead of the old work
that did mean failure. And so the
eyes that the soul should shine
through are lusterless and vacant.
The beauty that should abide within
and be seen from without is not here.
The stains of sorrow and cynicism are
not wiped away. The weeds of dis discouragement
couragement discouragement and doubt and hesitation
and fear have choked the kindly
growths that make a home garden for
the personality to dwell in.
But there Is no empty house that
cannot be made into a home, if some someone
one someone will go and take into it the hu humanity
manity humanity and the life. There Is no life
that cannot find new work and new
joy and become a habitation for the
soul of a man or woman to shine
through and to fulfill.

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

MAIUOX-DUXX MASONIC IODGE

ACKNOWLEDGE IT

1 Marion-Dunn Lodge tco. 19, F. &

A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening 'of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

BEST TREATMENT
FOR CONSTIPATION

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

Ocala Lodge No 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tkiesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Willi ims, E. R.
L. W. Harley,-Secretary. Ad

LOYAL OP.HEU 0F MOOSE

. Ocala Lodge No. 69 y, L. O. M.,
an-eets every Thursday at 8:30 p. u.
Visiting brethern always welcome ;o
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoflioe.
j D. Rooney, Dictator.
ODD FELLOW S

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
W. L. Cc-bert, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.

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

Font King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 7:30 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visitin?
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.
jChas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle

irugstore. A cordial welcome to vis-

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sults results and I can recommend them high highly,"
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NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, Florida, intend to apply
to the legislature of the state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, at its regular session in 1915, for
a special legislation authorizing the
re-issue and validation of all outstand outstanding
ing outstanding county warrants issued by or un un-der
der un-der authority of the board of county
commissioners of Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, prior to February 1st, 1915, or
such of said warrants as the said leg legislature
islature legislature may see fit to authorize to be
re-issued and validated; and. also pro providing
viding providing for the payment of interest
thereon, and for making the said war warrants
rants warrants payable at fixed periods.
Board County Commi ssioner s, Marion
County, Florida. 1-30

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i Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
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Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Broarn, Secretary.
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OCALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Sarah C. Blitch, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R. and M. C

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When the metal tips come off the
shoe strings, w ind the end of the string
closely and f?rmlv with stout black
thread. Then through repeatedly.
A better tip th.vi ever is the result,
and one thr.t r.vcr ccmcs eft. Home
Department, in ticn'-l .Mcsrrzine.

Ocala Has to Bow to the Inevitable,
Scores of Citizens Prove It.
After reading the public senti sentiment
ment sentiment of this representative citizen
of Ocala given below, you must come
to this conclusion: A remedy which
proved so beneficial years ago with
the kidneys, can naturally be expect expected
ed expected to perform the same work in sim similar
ilar similar cases. Read this:
Mrs. S. E. Fraser, 104 Fifth St.,
Ocala, says: "I have used Dona's
Kidney Pills and they have always
given the hest of satisfaction. When
my kidneys got out of order, I was
so dizzy that I couldn't straighten.
At times I couldn't get about, owing
to rheumatic pain across the small
of my back. I had other troubles
as well. Doan's Kidney Pills have
always brought me immediate re relief."
lief." relief." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Fraser had. Foster-Milburn
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MAN KILLS HUNGRY WILDCAT

Beast Had Attacked Party of Unarmed
Men, and Was Dispatched
With Club.

Artistic Discount.
Merchant (to portrait painter)
How much will -you c harge tc paint my
portrait if I furnish the paint?
nieprende Blaetter.

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currd thfiusol ca l.y. purifying- their Mood
with S. S. S. Catarrh often Invades the
entire "system before it chokes the nasal
passages. It becomes so chronic and ex extensive
tensive extensive that the stomach, liver, kidneys,
bronchial tubes and most of the glands
are involved without such serious condi conditions
tions conditions being realized. Catarrh may be
the result of some serious blood trouble
of former years, and this is only one of
the many peculiar effects of impure blood.
Now S. S. S., In its inflrnce upon the
mucous surfaces, causes those catarrhal
secretions to be changHl or converted
into a substance easily, quickly, and nat naturally
urally naturally expelled from the body. It so
changes this mucus that it is not the
ropy, clogging staff that plugs the nose,
chokes the throat, causes severe dowpI
trouble, upsets the stomach and contam contaminates
inates contaminates the food Just entering the blood.
It is often difficult to convince catarrh
sufferers that chronic cough, chest pains,
gagging, fetid breath and other symp symptoms
toms symptoms are only the local evidence of deep
seated trouble. Get a bottle of S. S. S.
today and try it. You will get good re results,
sults, results, real benefit and soon be aware of
a gradual cleaning up and a check to the
pngres8 and dangers of catarrh. Avoid
substitutes. S. S. S. Is prepared only by
The Swift Siwcific Co.. 61 .Swift Bldg.,
Atlanta, Ga. Thpy conduct a medical de

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while consulting.

A wildcat attacked a party of hunt hunters
ers hunters in the deer woods of Atlantic coun county,
ty, county, six miles this side of Mays Land Landing,
ing, Landing, and was killed, after a fight, by
Thomas Campbell, who brought the
carcass home as proof of his exciting
experience.
Young Campbell, with his father, Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Campbell, and a companion
named Geiss, were exploring the
woods, following a deer run, with the
idea of staking out stands for the open
season, when the wildcat suddenly at attacked
tacked attacked them. The beast leaped upon

Geiss, who struck wildly at it with his

fists. One of the blows knocked the
big cat to the earth. None of the
men was armed, but Thomas Camp Campbell
bell Campbell picked up a heavy piece of wood
and struck the animal as it renewed
the attack. A blow on the head
stunned the beast, and the two men
beat it to death.
The wildcat was apparently a cub,
not quite fully grown. Its gaunt body
showed that it had nearly starved dur during
ing during the long drought, which drove
much of the small game, from the
woodlands to the swamps. It Is be believed
lieved believed that hunger forced the beast
to attack the men. A wildcat is a
good deal of a curiosity in this re region,
gion, region, as it has been several years
since any of the beasts have been seen
by nrtive hunters. Years ago bears
and wildcats were -frequently seen.
Pitman (N. J.) Dispatch to Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Inquirer.

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Royal Conversation Which, of Course,
Has No Reference to Affairs of
the Present Day.
Some kings, though long aware of
their own uselessness, were not made
uneasy until they perceived that the
world In general was getting to be
aware of it as well.
The more timorous among them
were for giving up at once. "Let's
abdicate and go to work!" suggested
these.
But the bolder spirits were for
nothing like that. "No, let's bring
on a thumping big war!" they recom recommended.
mended. recommended. "Somebody would say such a war
was wicked," ventured the timorous
kings.
"Nobody would dare," the bold
kings replied. "If anybody were to
say such a thing he would be in instantly
stantly instantly pilloried by the patriots. Why
should kings despair when there are
as many patriots as ever?"
"But those extremists, who number
millions, and who vow they will not
fight against their brethren of other
lands!" the timorous kings objected.
Here the. bold kings burst out
laughing. "Have you lived with that
class so long not to find out that
they are as big fools a3 anybody
when it comes to the pinch?" they
cried, with tears in their eyes. New
York Evening Post.

who owns the dwelling the business property that stand In
your name?
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the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and the
the -development of individual ownership in land.
in the beginning of civilization no man owned any deSnite part of
the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections cf it;
homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plentiful fcr
individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particular epct.

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We are Pleased to Announce Our
SPRING OPENING
OF
NEW AND EXCLUSIVE STYLES
IN MILLINERY
and invite the ladies of Ocala, and vicinity to call
and inspect them

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Woman's Club Meeting

; and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. V. K. Lane.

The Woman's Club held its regular I Miss H.e.len was a visitor Uvo vears

DEMPSEY HAT SHOP
Kreger's Old Stand Munroe&Chambliss Bank Bid.

ptVf Our fej
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monthly business meeting1 Saturday
afternoon, March 7th, Mrs. C. R. Ty-

j dings, president, presiding.
Jv TVio Tninnte nf thf lncfr mppHnr

were read and approved. Reports from
the service committees were heard. In
the absence of Mrs. W. A. Goin, cus custodian
todian custodian chairman, Mrs. J. D. Robertson

gave tne committee report, in ap

preciation of the thoroughness in
which Mrs. Goin has fulfilled her
duties the club voted to tender the
club house for entertaining one aft

ernoon or evening. Airs. u. J. tfntcn,
of civics, reported that the week,

March 7-14th inclusive, had been des

ignated "clean up week" and that all
members were expected to cooperate

in the work. For the reopening of
Comfort Lodge the county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners had promised $337 per annum.

Other donations will have to be made
for the maintenance of the lodge be before
fore before it can be opened. Plans for a

May flower party are being made and
for distribution the committee has
1000 packages of flower seed, obtained
from Congressman Clark, through the
efforts of Mrs. Emily Green. Mrs. H.

ago and her young friends are extend

ing her a glad welcome.

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THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY "BELIEVE" IN OUR JEW?
ELRY STORE FOR JUST ONE BIG REASON OUR JEWELRY IS RE RELIABLE.
LIABLE. RELIABLE. WE HAVE BUILT UP OUR BUSINESS. FIRST. BY CARRYING
ONLY JEWELRY AND JEWELRY STORE THINGS WE KNOW TO BE
SUPERB IN QUALITY AND CORRECT IN STYLE, AND SECONDLY
By ASKING FOR THEM ONLY A REASONABLE PRICE.
WE SHALL NOT CHANGE OUR METHODS. JEWELRY MAY
'LOOK" THE SAMEANDYETNOT.BE THE SAME.
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
A. E. BURNETT
OCALrVS RELIABLE JEWELER

Mrs. Lane Entertained for Miss Jones
Saturday afternoon Mrs. W. K.
Lane was hostess to a lovely party at
which she entertained twenty girls in
honor of her young niece. Miss Helen
Jones, who had just arrived from
Trenton, N. J., for an extended visit.
Mrs. Lane had her home on East
Broadway in pretty attire. When the
guests had all arrived, they were ask asked
ed asked to draw strings and Miss Louise
Rentz, the one getting the string with
a lettered card, was told to pull it un until
til until a prize appeared. The prize came
as a complete surprise to all, for it
was none other than the honor guest,
whom no one knew was in the city.
Winter before last, 'Miss Helen spent
several months with her uncle and
aunt and she has many friends here
who are delighted to welcome her
back, among them being the guests at
this pretty party.
Games were played for an hour or
more, after which the hostess assist assisted
ed assisted by little Misses Elizabeth Murray,
Marguerite and Clifton Sexton, serv-

Wlth the re-

O. Dozier, of health committee, re

ported the work of birth registration ed dainty refreshments

in the city during January. Mrs. H.
C. Groves announced that the study
class had deferred the beginning of
the study of Henry VIII., one week
on account of Chaufauqua.
The corresponding secretary, Mrs.
B. H. Seymour, reported the mailing
of seventy-four letters to delinquent
members, and the writing of 154 let letters
ters letters since last June. She read an in interesting
teresting interesting letter from Miss Florence
Bettman, a club member residing in
New York.
The report of the treasurer was
read and adopted.
The president appointed Mrs. Will William
iam William Hocker and Mrs. R. A. Burford

with Mrs. I

Lane, besides the ones already men-

I oro Miccoc V lion 2 1 fi r1i n rr

Irene Tompkins, Callie Gissendaner,
Agnes Burford, Lillian Clarkson, j
Gladvs and Lucile Osborn, Nellie Lid-!

I don, Henriette Livingston, Theo Beck- j

ham, Kathleen Leitner, Margaret Ed- j
wards, Meme Davis, Katie Mae Eagle- j
ton, Carita Camp and Louise Bouvier. I

Mrs. WT. E. Smith at her home on
Tuscawilla street entertained this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon the members of the Baptist
sewing circle.

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Miss Florence Bettman, who is j
pleasantly remembered here by many, j
in a letter to the Woman's Club last j
week from Milton, N. J., said that she I

would spend the remainder of the sea season
son season at Nassau in the Bahama Islands

Mrs. G. G. Lee and children, Miss!

Nellie May Lee and Master William
J. Lee, are expected today from St.
Augustine to spend the day in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville with friends. Times-Union.
Mrs. Lee is a daughter of Mrs. M.
A. Williams and has frequently visit visited
ed visited her mother in this city.
Miss Stella Cleveland returned Sat Saturday
urday Saturday from a visit of a week to her
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boyd in
Leesburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Zetrouer of
Gainesville, frequent visitors to Ocala,

Why and yoar money
away for "bargain roof roof-ins
ins roof-ins when you can get
the best roofing at a
reasonable price of your
own local dealer whom
you know?

A ma la Ioifa g;st a
guarantee a a cheap j
roofing, but when he j
wanted the guarantee f
made good, the corrpasy j
had disappeared. I

Buy materials that last

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is guaranteed in writing 5 years for l-p?y,
10 years for 2-ply, and IS years for 3-plr,
and the responsibility of our big mil!s
stand behind this guarantee. Its qual quality
ity quality is the highest and its price the most
reasonable.
General Roofing Mfg. Company
WoriSt larvt mem factum- of Jiuoftug
and BittUimg Paper
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St. LU CreciBMf j Kiitu Ckr Miuea
StaFraadac StU jmAm Haaacrg SrLcy

At each of onr bi taHU we make the f oj. I
lowiug products: i
Asphalt Roofl7i(a3 crd aa4 prcs) I
. Slate Surfaced ihiasle ;
Atpfaait FIf I ?
Deadentnc Fc!t f
Tarred Flt f
Building Papers -Insulating
Papers
Wall Beards j )
PUstie Hooting Cement i
Asphalt Cement
Roof Coating I ;
Metal PainU i
Outdoor Paints I 1
Muscle Stains I
Tar Coating: II

have the sympathy of friends in their
recent double bereavement. Friday
their brother, Mr. A. J. Zetrouer, died
at his home at Rochelle and Tuesday
their mother, Mrs. Charlotte K. Zet Zetrouer,
rouer, Zetrouer, after a lingering illness passed
away at the hospital in Gainesville.

Mrs. Richard Dodge of Clearwater
is the guest of her parents, Dr. and

Mrs. W.. V. Newscm, coming especial especially
ly especially to see her father, who has been ill
since Christmas.

Mrs. Caruthers of Anthony is a
guest at the home of Mrs. Frances
Howse, coming in to be with Mrs.
Howseduring her illness.

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members of a committee to revise the j

by-laws with the privilege of select selecting
ing selecting the third committeeman. They
chose the president and the appoint appointment
ment appointment and selection were approved by
the club.
Mrs. Hocker of the building com committee
mittee committee announced that to raise funds
to meet outstanding debts a play
would be given after Easter. The en entertainment
tertainment entertainment will be the "District
School."
On display were the new aluminum
utensils purchased for the kitchen by
the household economics committee.

The next club meeting will be. held

Saturday, March 20th, when the pro

gram will be in charge of the forestry

committee. An executive board meet

ing preceded the business meeting.

Mrs. G. T. Maughs had charge of the

program for the afternoon. It was

short but most delightful. Miss Ellen
Clarkson gave the opening number,

playing beautifully, "A Stroll -at

Chortlarde," by Bendel.

Mrs. Maughs enlightened the mem

bers on the mother's pension laws,
which have been enacted by twenty twenty-two
two twenty-two states, by reading extracts from
splendid addresses delivered recently

by Mrs. W. B. Young and Winifred

Black.

Mrs. H. M. Hampton sweetly sang
Poppies," accompanied on the piano

by Miss Gertie Peyser.

The hostesses for the social half

hour were Mrs. H. B. Clarkson and

Mrs. J. G. Glass, and in the absence

of the latter on account of illness,

Mrs. H. C. Dozier assisted in serving

the tea, wafers and sandwiches.

.
Miss Leora Wright of St. Paul,

Minn., who has been the attractive
guest of Miss Jean Austin for several
days, left yesterday for Pensacola.

Ocala friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wal

ter Laird Hendricks will be interest interested
ed interested in knowing that a little son has ar

rived at their home in Youngstown,
O. The little lad arrived on the 2nd,

and has been given the name Robert

Thompson. Mrs. Hendricks was be-

bre her marriage Miss Bernice Al

fred of Port Inglis.

Miss Alice Campbell entertained

the Presbyterian sewing circle de

lightfully this afternoon at her home

on South Third street.

Rev. McMillan, during his regular

week-end visit, was the guest of Mr.

and Mrs. George MacKay. He re returned
turned returned to Gainesville this afternoon.

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Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Miss Frances

Mclver and Mrs. Hattie Royster of

Hickory, N. C, have returned from

Lake Weir, where they were guests

for the week-end of Mrs. Kate Clem

ents. Saturday night they attended a
picnic at Weirsdale.

Mrs. I. W. Boring and two children

have returned from a two weeks'

visit with friends and relatives at

Ocala, Reddick and Citra, where they

had a most pleasant time. Lakeland

Telegram.

Mrs.- M. M. Little went to Anthony

yesterday afternoon to assist in or organizing
ganizing organizing a senior and junior Epworth

League at that place.
The Methodist sewing circle spent

a happy and profitable afternoon to today
day today with Mrs. L. T. Izlar.
Miss Helen Jones of Trenton, N. J.,

is the lovely young guest of her uncle ;

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to this office and you will get one of the beautiful Anna Belle Doll sets free.
Or, get some person not now a subscriber to the Weekly -Star to pay you for a year's subscription in advance, ($1.50) and bring the name
and address with the money to this office and get one of the Anna Belle Doll sets free.
Tell your papa, mama, or some friend, who is now taking the Evening Star, to let you have the money ($5.00) and come to the Star cfT:e
anil get a receipt for their subscription for one year, and we will give you one of the doll sets free.
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C. W. BROWN

Stranger from Washington, D. C,
Committed Suicide this Morning

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K. of P. meet tonight.

Elks meet tomorrow evening.

i Club Dance at St. Petersburg
Mrs. John Sauls entertained the
j members of the S. P. A. club last eve eve-i
i eve-i ning at the Plaza tea room, compli-

f mentary to her young niece, Miss
This report is made from observa- Thdma Warren, who is a charter

WEATHER REPORT

C. W. Brown of Washington, D. C,

a stranger here and about 50 years of j
age, instantly killed himself by shoot-
ing himself in the neck, supposedly

about 11 o'clock this morning in his j

room m a local hotel. Brown used a
.38-caliber revolver, fired one time and

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Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

tions taken daily by Mr. F. G.

Weihe, official observer for the gov

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Moose meet Thursday evening.
F. U. of A. meets Thursday night.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

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March 3
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March 6
Pythian Sisters meet tomorrow af-' March 7

ternoon. Local Forecast
" Fair tonight; frost in north and
Board of Trade meets Wednesday j centrai portions if weather clears;
evening. j Tuesday fair.

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ing room, with its pretty illuminated : chambermaid, who opened the door to
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State Bank Examiner Thagard was
greeting his Ocala friends Sunday, j

JAMES B. McMURPHY

Globe-Wernicke cabinets at

Murray Company. 6-3t
Mr. Whit Palmer returned this af t t-ernon
ernon t-ernon from a visit to Tampa.

Mr. James McMurphy died Saturday

'ie morning at Beileview of tuberculosis.
! Mr. McMurphy came to Beileview six

weeks ago from Clermont, N. H. He
was about 65 years of age. Mclver &

MacKay prepared his body for ship

Globe-Wernicke cabinet supplies at

ment and are awaiting instructions.

The Murray Company.

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i The Ocala Gas Co. has made the

j necessary connections and turned on
Rev. G. S. Henderson of Williston j tlie gas for the domestic science de de-was
was de-was a Saturday visitor. jpartment of the high school. The gas
"! i company rushed the work as soon as
Try one of those, frosted pints ofsuppjied Wjth the necessary pipe,
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf wnich the school board purchased from
" : Uhe Marion Hardware Co.
Mr. J. G. Kichline, proprietor of j

the Eastlake Cash Store,
city today.

was in the I

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j and Mr. Lee's father from New York

City, who has been visiting his son
at Eastlake, went to Daytona today,
going via Leesburg in an automobile.
The fire Sunday night was in the

Mr. John Dean of Dunnellon, was i little cottage belonging to Mr. M. M.

When you think candy, say Nun Nun-nally,
nally, Nun-nally, and when you say Nunnally
come to Gerig's.

among the business visitors in Ocala

Saturday.

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

Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Brewer of
Romeo were guests of the Harrington
Sunday.

Little and immediately south of his

residence. It was only a spark under
the eaves and was put out with a few
buckets of water.

ceilinir. overhung: with vines and

clusters of grapes, was further beau beautified
tified beautified with the tastefully arranged
table which was laid for the club
members and their chaperones, Mrs.
Sauls, Mrs. Blanche Hannah and Mrs.
DerriU Piatt. The club colors of pink
and violet were prettily displayed in
the tall basket of roses with a big
bow of lavendar tulle tied on the
handle. The basket was embedded in

a mound of feathery plumosa ferns
bordered with clusters of violets, the

stems of which were tied with pink
and lavendar ribbons attached to a
full-blown rose, which was placed at

each plate. When the top of the rose
was removed it disclosed candies in
the club colors. At the conclusion of
the luncheon the baskets were drawn,
bringing a cluster of fragrant vio violets
lets violets with each, which were taken by
the guests as favors. The decorations
were planned and arranged by Mrs.
Derrill Pratt. The club colors of pink
tistic.
Chicken sandwiches, potato salad
on lettuce hearts, olives, chocolate
and vanilla ice cream and Marischino
cherries, layer cake and coffee were
served. Dancing was continued after

supper in the pretty little ball room.
The young girls were gowned in dain dainty
ty dainty party costumes and presented a
pretty picture of dainty girlhood.
Those present were Misses Katie
Harvey, Agnes Powell, Margene
Pittser, Christine Hanna and Thelma
Warren, and Byron Colemon, Adrian
Brown, Earl Fort, Fred Brainard and
Dona T. Matthewson. St. Petersburg
Independent.

Mr. E. P. Rentz, of Arcadia, was
in town Saturday night, to visit his
family. He went on this morning to
Atlanta, to attend to important busi-

clean up his room at 3 o'clock this
afternoon.
No one heard the shot and the peo-
pie in the house were verv much

startled when the gruesome find was
reported.
Brown, who came here last night,

registered at the hotel and paid for j
his lodging a day in advance. He was

evidently a laboring man, judging by
his appearance, clothing and contents
of his cheap suitcase. Only $6.30 in
money, a watch and the revolver with
which he ended his life were found

among his effects.
His actions were strange and had
attracted the attention of the people
in the hotel, though he was very quiet
and orderly and had not been drink drinking.
ing. drinking. He had commenced a note, datad at

Ocala, addressed to "Dear Sister,"
wrote half a page of notepaper with without
out without sense or reason and evidently kill killed
ed killed himself while writing and the note
was unfinished.
Judge Smith, who was notified,
viewed the body and decided that
there was no need of an inquest.
Brown's effects were afterwards

searched and if the address of his

relatives can be learned thev will be

notified and instructions asked as to

the djsposal of the remains. The body
has been removed to the undertaking

rooms of Messrs. Mclver & MacKay,

where it will be prepared for burial
and held awaiting instructions.

ness.

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

Mr.: John Sullivan, a -former, Ocala
boy, but now of Orlando, is in New
York.

. All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf
' The most complete line of high
grade toilet articles in Ocala may be
found at our store reasonable prices
prevail too. The Court -Pharmacy. 6t
S,moke Cuban Out, 5c Cigar.
After a week's siege with grip Mr.

$Jiel Ferguson was able to be out today.-
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People who trade with the Rexall
stores get best quality in everything.
Gerig's. 18-tf
There were more people in town
from the country Saturday than any
Saturday for months, and they did
more trading.
f Mr. C. B. Woodrow, who has been
enjoying his annual winter visit to his
brother, Mr. D. S. Woodrow, left to today
day today for New York.

Editor Butler 'and .wife of Inver Inverness,
ness, Inverness, spent several-hours in the city
Saturday on their return trip from
Leesburg, where they, had been in
attendance oh the public school con contests
tests contests Friday. They were chaperon chaperoning
ing chaperoning a party of young folks who rep represented
resented represented the Inverness high school in
the contests and carried off their
share of the honors of the day.

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Match Games between American and National
League Teams

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Our prescription department is our
pride. Ask the doctor. The Court
Pharmacy. 17-6t

W. K. Lane, M. D. Thyslcian and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla. v

Mr. Richard Silsbie, one of the
leading contractors of Jacksonville,,
was in town Saturday night and Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mr. Silsbie spent part of his
time with his old friend Jos, W.
Dodge. He was Wrprised and pleas pleased
ed pleased at the good looks of Ocala and
the fine appearance of its public and
business buildings. Mr. Silsbie built
one of the first blocks put up in
Jacksonville after the big fire of 1901.
He left for home on the Sunday even evening
ing evening limited.

Merchants who have not yet an announced
nounced announced for Dollar Day should get
busy and announce at once. If you
haven't been solicited for this occas occasion,
ion, occasion, call phone 51.

Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean. tf

FOR PLUMBING
AND ELECTRIC WORK

Call J. F. Robbinson at phone 443. All

work guaranteed. 2-13-tf

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

LOUIS R. CIIAZAL & SONS CO.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT

Holder Building
Telephone 223

Ocala, Fla.
P. O, Box 475

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v A Lemon Social
The King's Daughters on Thursday
night, March 11th, at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. McConn, North Ocala,
will hold a lemon social. The usual

fee of 10 cents will be charged and
all the gentlemen are requested to

bring a lemon.

Mrs. Lizzie J. Hetrick, who has
been visiting her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hetrick
for, several months, left today for
West Virginia, where she will spend a
month with friends before returning
to her home in Pennsylvania.
Misses Hattie and Hazel Allen ar-

rived today from Sorrento and will be

guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Hollin-
rake for a couple of weeks.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead returned Sat Saturday
urday Saturday from Tallahassee, where she
took the two weeks' course in domest domestic
ic domestic science and the canning club

course of a week at the Woman's Col College.
lege. College. She speaks glowingly of her
stay at the capital and the benefits
derived from the courses. Mrs. Moor Moorhead
head Moorhead is Marion's efficient canning
club agent and friends will regret to
hear that she is ill at her home on
Tuscawilla street.
Mrs. B. A. Brannon is ill with grip.
Mr. W. I. Evans left yesterday for
a visit of a week to his old home in
Bay St. Louis, Miss., and New Or Orleans.
leans. Orleans. The study class of the Woman's

Auxiliary will meet tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the rectory.
Subject, Medical Work of the Mis Missionaries
sionaries Missionaries in China. All who are in interested
terested interested in the work will be cordially
welcomed.

Mrs. Ralph Birdsey and two inter interesting
esting interesting children, who have been visit visiting
ing visiting her mother, Mrs. H. A. Ford
since Christmas, left this afternoon
for their home in Macon, Ga.
.
Dr. P. P. Pillans and bride of Or Orlando
lando Orlando are visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Pillans at Electra, ar arriving
riving arriving Saturday night in their car.
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Mrs. Emily Green will, in a day or
so, distribute to the school, children,
the flower seed sent to her by Cong Congressman
ressman Congressman Clark. There are a thousand
packages of the seed, each package
containing five varieties. Mrs. Green
is prevented from attending to this
pleasant work today by her duties as
nurse, her son, Otis, her mother, Mrs.
Badger, and her sister, Mrs. Eagle Eagle-ton,
ton, Eagle-ton, all being sick with the grip.

There will be a public dance given
at the W. O. W. hall at Martel, Fri
day evening, March 12th. Good mus music,
ic, music, good order and a good time assur assured.
ed. assured. 5-3t

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

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

World Almanacs for 1915 at Bal Ballard's.
lard's. Ballard's. 2-1 -6 t

First of the season Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf

TO THE HOUSEWIFE
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 common
mon common of the minor ailments and are

j most likely to lead to serious diseases.

A child is much more likely to con con-,
, con-, tract diphtheria or scarlet fever when
t it has a cold. If you will inquire into
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

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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, Scliang,
LaJoie, Barry and McGinnis.

With the Cubs are such noted players
Saler and Archer.

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Both teams have at one time contested in the World Series.
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.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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SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR 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

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FOR RENT Well located and nicelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ionial. 7-tf
FOR RENT Two story, ten room
house corner Watula and E. Adams
streets. Possession given at once.
Apply to W. E. Davis, at the Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe & Chambliss National Bank. 4-tf

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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, Ocaia, Fla. 2-5-tf

But dpnt skate on the sidewalk.
THE ARMORY 'SKATING Rlfl
Is now open from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 10. At At-'
' At-' tendants 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.
L. S. RHODES, Manager

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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-cf

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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. Let ra
have your cus'tom we deserve it.
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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,
care Star. dh

WANTED A centrally located cot-j
tage containing about five rooms;!
1 fitted with screens and electric light
apparatus; barn on place would
make it more desirable. Address,!

"Renter," care Star. 2-3t
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

L. ALEXANDER"
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BLILDER

Careful Estimates Made on all Coni

Aract Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the Citv.

ROOM AND KATII FOR A J)OJ,LAIl AND A HALF

Ocala, Florida-
Restaurant with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR SKRVICR PHONES IN ALL ROOMS
. LOUIS Mo IAMQ9
MANAGER
The only Hotel on the Square

ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A IL1LP

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The Management o! DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving 01 the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, 3Iore Fulljr Equipped aad be Uua
Strictly tjKn Ethical Lines

HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PIS ONE

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