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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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IT MUCH PB03ABJUTY THAT
ABLE
Newport News, Va., March 11.
Tne German auxiliary cruiser Prinz
Eitel Friedrich, aft&r a commerce de destroying
stroying destroying campaign cn the Pacific and
Atlantic oceans which culminated; in
the sinking of an American sailing
rhip in the South' Atlantic January
23 last, limped into this port yester
day and anchored for supplies and!
repairs. She brought with her res rescued
cued rescued crews and passengers of Amer American,
ican, American, British'. French and Russian
ships and lies at anchor tonight proud
of her trophies of war that crunch!
the bottom of the sea but in a state
of mechanical exhaustion from the
strain of a .55.000 mile journey.
The German cruiser began scouting
for the ships of enemies of the father fatherland
land fatherland at Tsingtau, China, last Novem November
ber November under Commander Theirichens,
and put into this port yesterday with
the admitted sinking of eight mer merchant
chant merchant ships, three British, three
French, on Russian and one American.
The sinking of the American ship,
the William. P. Frye, a sailing vessel
bound frorn Seattle to Queenstown
with a cargo of wheat, most concerned
American port officials here and the
Washington Government.
ALLIED CRUISERS ALREADY
THE OFFING
IN
Newport News, Va., March 11.
While wireless dispatches reported
that light French. and British cruisers
were rushing toward the Virginia
coast to lie in wait for the. German
auxiliary cruiser Prinz Eitel Fried Fried-rich,
rich, Fried-rich, the United States began a for formal
mal formal investigation' of the sinking of
the American Dark Lillian Frye to today.
day. today. That the German embassy at
Washington regardsthe inquiry, of
the utmost importance is shown by
its action in sending ..Jiere .Captain
Boyd, Us naval attache.
- A SEARCHING INQUIRY
' Washington, March 11. A most
searching inquiry will be made and
whatever action taken will be based
on the result of the inquiry. Presi President
dent President Wilson issued this statement to today,
day, today, regarding the sinking of the Am American
erican American sailing ship Wm. P. Frye by
the German cruiser Prinz Eiel Fried Fried-rich.'
rich.' Fried-rich.' The president took the initiative
in directing the investigation and will
have a personal hand in it.
- MUST SAIL OR INTERNE
Newport News, March 11. The
captain of the Prinz Eitel Friedrich
has been ordered to leave port within
24 hours or show cause why necessary
repairs will keep him longer.
v V CITRA
Citra, March 10. Miss Annie At Atkinson,
kinson, Atkinson, and Miss Galbraith, of Ocala,
were the guests of Misses Louise and
Ethel Borland last week.
An interesting meeting of the Citra
W. C. T. U. vas held at the home of
Mrs. W. E. Logan on Tuesday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
B. F. Driver will leave this'after-
noon for Jacksonville. V
; Mrs. J. Talley Smith and guests,
Miss Crawford, Mrs. Smith and Miss
Savon motored to Ocala Saturday.
Misses Louise and Ethel Borland

took their Sunday school classes on: ton last Sjunday. ; f
(a picnic last Saturday. A most de- j There will be preaching next Thurs Thurs-lightful
lightful Thurs-lightful day was spent by all who day night at 7:30 by Rev. Entzminger
'went. jof Micanopy. All are invited to at-
t Mr. and Mrs. Allison Wartmann, tend.'

Misses Louise, Ethel and Edna Bor- V A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
:and, motored to Ocala Friday night McCantsr, Miss Sallie Anderson and
nd attended the masquerade ball at J Mr. Cobb were callers at the home of
the Woman's Club. jRev. and Mrs. Z. A. Crumpton Sunday
j Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Carswell were af ternocn.
quests of Mrs. Ramey last week. Dr. Prof, and Mrs. R. W. Ervin and
Carswell intends locating in South two children spent last Sunday as the
Jacksonville. guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. J: Mc-
Mrs. Clay Logan most delightfully Cully.
Yntertained a few of her friends at 1 The farmers are very busy plaht plaht-;ier
;ier plaht-;ier country home last Thursday af- jing corn now. H
jernoon. On Friday night her daugh Mr. and Mrs. Will Secinger and
ter, who recently arrived here from little daughter of Martel spent last

Washington, entertained the young younger
er younger set. v
j Dr. Arnold, of Ocala, was a visitor
o Citra Thursday.
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Try one of those frosted pints of
abst's Blue1 Ribbon at Johnny's." tf

111(11 OF THE STEAMER WILLIAM P. ERIE

THE AUXILIARY CRUISER PHIIIZ ETTEL FIOERICH WILL BE
TO ESCAPE FROM NEWPORT HEWS

AMERICAN nOTE
I RAD fiOOD EFFECT!

WARNING HEEDED BY CARRAN CARRANZA
ZA CARRANZA AND HIS SUBORDINATES
Washington, March 11. Secretary
Bryan announced last "night that the
food situation in Mexico continued
serious and that Gem. Obregort's
forces appeared not to have evacuat evacuated
ed evacuated the city, though this was expected
at any moment. He said nothing def definite
inite definite had reached the state depart department
ment department as to the reply, Gen. Carranza is
preparing to the American "note de demanding
manding demanding an improvement in condi conditions
tions conditions for foreigners.
Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, the British
ambassador, brought to the depart department
ment department a copy of the telegram from
Thomas Hohley, charge d'affaires of
the British legation in Mexico City,
declaring the American note, a copy
of which had been presented to Gen.
Obregon simultaneously with its de delivery
livery delivery to Gen. Carranza, had produc produced
ed produced a good effect.
COTTON PLANT
Cotton Plant, March 107 Last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday was an ideal spring day and
we wish we could have more of them
instead of these cold windy days.
Lagrippe is quite prevalent among
our people. It seems to ; be an epi epidemic
demic epidemic most every where.
Mrs. JL. C. Bell and children : spent
the week end with Mr. and Mrsi L.
A. Tucker at "Swiss Cottage."
Miss Rachel Veal was the guest f
Miss Mary. Callison Sunday. Miss
Callison returned home, with Miss
Rachel and remained until Tuesday
morning.
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood and sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Josephine Turner, of Ocala,
were out to the cemetery Sunday af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. -VjVlr.
D. M. Barco and daughter,
Miss Carrie, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Tucker.
Rev. G. D. Turner, of Gaiter, preach
ed an excellent sermon at St. Johns'
church Sunday morning and at
Homeland in the evening.
The vounir folks were entertained
at a flinch party .Monday night at the
home of Mr. and Crs. C. R. Veal.
Mrs. W. R. O. Veal-of Martel pass passed
ed passed through here last Wednesday en
route to LeVoy on a shopping expe expedition.
dition. expedition. v
Quite a crowd of young folks spent
several hours at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Sanders Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon and enjoyeda sing.
Mr. Frank Morris was a business
visitor to Ocala Tuesday.
BERLIN
Berlin, March 9. We are having
some very cool veather for this time
of the year.
Messrs. Henry- Odom and Lyvers
Pittman of Pedro were guests at the
: home of Rev. and Mrs.Z. A. Crump-
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Seek Seek-in
in Seek-in ger. ;
Mr. and Mrs. C P. Howell and
charming daughter, Miss Margaret,
with their guest, Miss May Tompkins
of Qcala were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs.S. J. McCully last Sunday.

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TERIAL ADVANCE
FORCING GERMANS BACK
NORTH FRANCE AND
FLANDERS
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Paris, March 11. The British
forces stationed north of LaBassee,
in France, are striking hard at the
German forces defending the Lille
railway line and it is predicted by
milltarv exnerts that the. GermAns
will soon be forced to retire from that
district.
MATERIAL ADVANCE MADE
London, March 11. Material ad advances
vances advances for the British and the de destruction
struction destruction of the -rail way junction near
Courtrai, in West Flanders, is. an announced
nounced announced by the War office.
VEfitAKEH BY THE ARIEL
GERMAN SUBMARINE SUNK BY
A BRITISH DESTROYER
London, March 11. The British ad admiralty
miralty admiralty announced last night that the
German submarine U-12 was rammed
and sunk- yesterday by the: British
torpedo destroyer Ariel. :
- DECLAMATION CONTEST
Prose, and poetry in" English. Eight
minutes limit.
Graded on articulation, quality and
range of voice 30 points.
Poise, ease and effectiveness of de delivery
livery delivery 40 points.
Sympathetic rendition entering
into the spirit of it 30 points.
Send in yourjnames quick. Contest
at 3:30 p. m., March 15th.
See the medal at Burnett's.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners of
Marion county, will hold a special
meeting March 18th, 1915, to receive
bids for the installation of a tax
checking system to. aid the tax asses assessor
sor assessor and board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners in the assessments and equaliza equalization
tion equalization of taxes including all cabinet,
cards, indexes and all necessary par paraphernalia
aphernalia paraphernalia for the proper use of such
system. : f
Board of County Commissioners,
3-wed-3t By W. D. Cam, Chairman.
There will' be a public dance given
at the W. O. W. hall at Martel, Fri Friday
day Friday evening, March 12 th. Good, mus music,"
ic," music," good order and a good time assur assured.
ed. assured. 5-3t
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day -with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf
II ij ij Li
up
IS GOOD FOR
On any Suit in our line.
IlfGUSII W00LFN MILLS

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ASIATIC FORTS OF THE
FIRE OF

London, March 11. The silencing
of more Turkish guns on the Asiatic
side of the narrows in the Dardanelles
by the allied fleet, is announced today
in- dispatches received here from
Athens. These stated that hidden bat batteries
teries batteries between Kaphez and Chanak
were put out of commission by pro projectiles
jectiles projectiles from the heavy guns of the
warships. v
TURKS HAVE BEEN REINFORC REINFORCED
ED REINFORCED AT CONSTANTINOPLE
i
Allied aviators who made an aerial
reconnaissance over the waterway
I report that a big fleet of transports
passed through the Sea of Mamora,
making it apparent that the Turkish
army defending, Constantinople has
been reinforced.
Advices from Salonika make no
mention of the presence of Italian
warships in the Aegean Sea
Information that the Turkish fire
from the batteries along the narrows
is becoming weaker, is taken as an in-
dication that the Turks nre running
short of ammunition and were con-
serving the supply
FLOWER SEED WILL jBE
DISTRIBUTED FRIDAY
The flower seed, sent; by Congress Congressman
man Congressman Clark to Mrs. O. tT. Green, for
the Civic Committee ofthe Woman's
Club,-will be distributed by the com committee
mittee committee Friday, at the various schools.
Each child will be asiced to sign a
pledge, to make his or Iter garden as
attractive as possible, and not to fail
to plant the seeds given to them.
The committee hopes to -visit the
gardens from time to time, to en encourage
courage encourage the children and it sincerely
trusts the parents of the children will
cooperate with them in their efforts
to keep up the enthusiasm of the
child.
Any child -wishing to "add other
plants, bulbs, cuttings, or seeds, is at
liberty to do so; as the committee es es-pecially
pecially es-pecially desires to inculcate a love of
the" beautiful and a desire for origi originality
nality originality in the school children.
Prizes will be given not only for
the most attractive garden, but also
for the best display of cut flowers
grown in these gardens.
A list of the prizes will be pub published
lished published later.
ELECTRA
J Electra, March 9. The iarmers are
busy planting their crops for 1915.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Avery and son,
Mr. Bennett- Avery, have returned
home from a month's visit to the
southern part of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pillans' grand grandson,
son, grandson, Jack Durrance is here in our
town. The friends of Mrs. Durrance
are glad to know that she is able to
be at home again.
Dr. P. P. Pillans and bride of Or Orlando
lando Orlando are visiting his parents here.
Mr.x Andrew Holton made a busi business
ness business trip to Leesburg last week.
Master Lee Halford was fhhing last
week and caught a fish that weighed
eight pounds.
Rev. J. R; Gorbitt filled his appoint appointment
ment appointment at this place Sunday.
Try these Jei.Vious hot r.nd cold
drinks serveu at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 17-Gt
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open hight
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
BCIAL
CARN BUILDING.

0AI10AIIELIES YIELOIIIG Tl
THE ALLIES

MAKING READY FOR
A DECIDED WE
ANOTHER ATTEMPT OF GER GERMANS
MANS GERMANS TO BREAK THRU.
THE ALLIES
Amsterdam, March 11 Strong pre precautions
cautions precautions are being taken by the Ger Germans
mans Germans to prevent any attempt of the
British to force a landing on the Bel-j
giarueoast. Heavy German reinforcer
ments are arriving at Bruges and thi3
leads to the belief that the invaders
are getting ready for another great
effort to cut their way through to toward
ward toward Calais. A dispatch from Sluis
says that the garrisons all along the
North Sea coast are being strength strengthened.
ened. strengthened. BAD AS A BATTLE
SEVERAL KILLED AND MANY
WOUNDED IN A RAILWAY
WRECK IN SPAIN
Madrid, March 11.- The mail train
bound. for Madrid from Vigo, was
wrecked last night and 14 people kill killed
ed killed and 18 injured. Among the dead
are the director, tenor and prima
donna of an operatic company.
" MOSS BLtiFF
Moss Bluff, March 9. Misses Lelia
and Julia Harrell, of Oklawaha, spent
the latter part of the week with their
sister, Mrs. A. M' Morrison.
Mr. J, P. Davis accompanied -hy: "his
little daugnter, Elsie,- made a-busi-ness
trip to Ocala Saturday. "?:T'
Miss Maud Davis spent Saturday
night with Misses Sallie. and Addie
Morrison.
Mr. Andrew Hoi ton, of Electra,
was a pleasant caller at the home of
Mr. M. J. Collins Sunday evening.
Mrs. DeLong'ahd daughter, Hattie,
spent Sunday with her sister Mrs.
Perry.
Little Miss Mary Hoyt Martin
spent Wednesday night with Misses
Angie and Celia Collins.
Misses Homer Ramsay, Sykes All All-red
red All-red and Wilson Caldwell, visited the
Bluff Sunday afternoon.
Misses Myrtle and Marzella Mock,
of Electra, spent Sunday afternoon
with their friend Miss Martha Fort.
Dr. and Mrs. Pillans, of Orlando,
visitedthe former's father, Mr. J. C.
Pillans at vElectra the latter part of
the week.
Mr. E. D. Marsh made a trial trip
with his large new boat, the Frances-Anne,
this week. He will leave
for Jacksonville some time this week
for a load of freight.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Avery and Mr.
Bennett Avery of Pennsylvania who
have spent several weeks with Mr.
J. C. Pillans left Wednesday. Mr.
Avery owns a nice grove" at the Bluff,
also one at Electra.
The Misses Marsh and Mrs. Stoup
spent Sunday with Mrs. I. Perry.
We are having some cold weather
now.
Dr. Pillans and his bride have, the
best wish.s of their friends here.
FOR

BOLLM

A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Made
We will give you credit for one dollar on any suit in our store if you
cut out and bring this ad. with you. This offer is for Dollar Day only, and it
gives you an opportunity of buying one of our swell, made-to-measure
suits at a dollar less than regular price. Order your new spring suit this
day and save a dollar. You will have to buy one sooner or later. Why not
Dollar Day and take advantage of this offer.
ONLY. ONE COUPON GOOD ON EACH ORDER

WOOLEN
NEAR POSTOFFICE

STRONG EFFORT OF
THE

SEVERE FIGHTING ALL ALONG THE LIFIE WITH fiO ML 'IT 'IT-AGE
AGE 'IT-AGE Oil EITHER IE

Petrograd, March 11. In Northern
Poland, along the battle front running
from Mlawa to the Narw and Bobr
rivers, sanguinary fighting is in pro progress
gress progress on the north banks of the two
rivers, where the Russians are striv striving
ing striving to drive back the Germans in or order
der order to lift the siege on Ossowiec.
In western Poland, between the
Rawka and Pilicia rivers, the Teu Teutons
tons Teutons are making desperate efforts to
cut the Russian lines and reach the
Vistula between Czersk and Mniszew.
Neither side has been able to gain
any appreciable advantage.
In southwestern Poland and wesV
era Galicia, the Austrians have made
some gains in their effort to reach
Tarnow.
The fierce blizzards and heavy snow,
fall in the Carpathians have caused a
halt in- military operations at the
moment when the Russians had their
new ofi en si ve well under way.
FLAG FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL
The children of the primary school
will raise the new flag which they
have purchased, at half" past nine
o'clock on Friday morning.
DELIVERY TRUCK ARRIVED
The big -ton and a half motor truck
f or the Marion Bottling & Ice Cream
Company arrived in town today. With
this powerful ; truck the company will
deliver 4ts. goods toall nearby points.
Globe Wernicke card index cabinets
at The Murray Company.
6-3t
'On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $l,with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
NOTICE
The state and county tax books
will close accoiJing to the laws of
FloruV r.n 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, thus- reducing the
possibility of an error to the mini minimum.
mum. minimum. If you write us do not b im impatient
patient impatient if our reply seems Relayed.
We will answer as fast as -we possi possibly
bly possibly can and as near as practical all
letters in the order in which they
were received. Yours very truly,
W. L COLBERT,
3-4-30d v Tax Collector
HEALTH PROMOTES HAPPINESS
Without health, genuine joy is im im-posible;
posible; im-posible; without good digestion and
regular bowel movement you cannot
have health. Why neglect keeping
Lowels open ?nd risk being sick and
ailing? You don't have to. Take one
small Dr. King's New Life Pill at
night, in the morning you will have a
full, free bowel movement- and feel
much bettr r. Helps ; our appetite
and digesticn. Try ere tonight. Mon,
Tues, Fri. wkly. Adv.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
OCALA, FLORIDA

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PUNISHED HEAVILY IN EAST
PRUSSIA AND POLAND
Berlin, March 11. The Russian at attempt
tempt attempt to break through the German
lines south of Augustowo has ended
with the annihilation of the Russians
used there. Northwest of Ostroleka,
the Germans have been victorious,
six Russian officers and 000 men hav
ing been taken prisoners. In an en
gagement northwest of Novo Miasto,
j 2000 more Russians were captured.
mil 11 Ml f AiLifcD liN LA iJAhSU
The announcement that the British
had captured the town of Neuve Cliap-
pelle, in the LaBasse region, was flat-
ly denied here in an official report this
afternoon.
GREAT-FORCE
I! THE GULF
MOST POWERFUL AMERICAN
FLEET NOW AT MANEUVERS
Washington, March 11. Secretary
Daniels yesterday issuedk a statement
on the condition of the Atlantic fleet
and its auxiliaries now maneuvering
in Mexican gulf and Caribbean wat waters.
ers. waters. It was considered significant by
some observers of the Mexican situa situation.
tion. situation. It was, in part, as follows:
"Never before' jn the -history of our
navy has such a v powerful fleet been
assembled for active service, maneu maneuvers
vers maneuvers and target practice, with guns
and torpecToes as that based on Guan Guan-tanar.
tanar. Guan-tanar. Cuba, for the last two
months, under the command of Rear
Admiral Fletcher, commander-in-chief
of the Atlantic fleet. This force r.ow
consists of 19 battleships and 20 de
stroyers, with a flagship and tender.
ANOTHER BUNCH OF ADMIRALS
Under the law creating the grade
of admiral in the United States navy,
President Wilson yesterday designat designated
ed designated as admirals, Rear Admirals Flet Fletcher,
cher, Fletcher, Howard and Cowles, command commanders
ers commanders in chief respectively of the At Atlantic,
lantic, Atlantic, Pacific and Asiatic fleets.
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Globe-Wernicke
Murray Company.
cabinets at
G-3t
The
Smoke Cuban Club, .vc Cigar.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 19JL5

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
tl. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V.avengoo6 Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocr'a. Fla., puatoffice as second class matter.

vantage over the others in that it can J ed on the list of head camp officials

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

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

$5.00
. 2.50
. 1.25
. .50

(Foreign)
One year- In advance 58.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance..... .80

work up as well either the fine lime
that was formerly a waste except for
road building, being too fine to burn,

or it will grind the big lumps equal equally
ly equally as well. The agricultural lime is

loaded in bulk into the box cars and
shipped for soil building. This pro product,
duct, product, one of Marion county's best as assets,
sets, assets, is just coming into its own and
bids fair to revolutionize the crops of
the state and play a big part in the
fertilizer industry. Costing only a
small part of the average commercial

fertilizer, it is in reality better for

some crops and more valuable to the
soil, ton for ton.

Yet a third product is shipped if

orders come for it. That is the crude

rock or lime, right from the pit for

road building purposes, though this

business is not specially sought by the
Florida Lime Company.

CROP PROSPECTS LOOK GOOD

"FURTHER DISCUSSION OF
THE BOND CONTROVERSY'

after tomorrow's election.
Nearly every show window in the
city contains a "stump" and the ac accompaniments
companiments accompaniments with large banners of
"Welcome W. O. W." which makes the
visiting chopper feel that he is indeed
welcome in Lakeland.
An Ocala delegate to the Lakeland
Woodmen meeting writes the Star

that he feels pretty much at home in
that city when he meets such people
there as Messrs. Harry Bassett,

George Moore, Sanford Jewett, C

It does one good to take a little
an into the country and see how the
farmers are getting their land ready
and how the young growing stuff is

beginning to feel the spring in the
year. All around Ocala are hundreds
of acres ready to be planted and yet
other hundreds that have already been
planted. There is also a good deal of
oats already up and growing, to say
nothing of the considerable acreage in
winter vegetables which afford the
farmers lots of good "green things"

Green, A. B. Kibler, Oscar Eaton, T. j to eat as well as feed to their stock.

A.- Cobb, Edwin Spencer, Vernon Stev

ens, Guy Toph and others, all of whom
have made good in that hustling city.

tv the V.Aitnr Ocala Banner: I wish

to reply, through the medium of jour
paper, to the expression of the editor
of the Star, appearing Tuesday eve evening,
ning, evening, March 9th, relative to the bond
controversy. R. L. Anderson, Jr.
Reallv and truly if Mr. Anderson

'desires to carry on debate with the
Star on this or any other subject, he
will have to send, his letters to the
Star. If he was as well posted on
journalism as he is on law, he would
understand that it is very inconven inconvenient
ient inconvenient to this paper to discuss with him
any matter that he insists on shoot shooting
ing shooting at it thru the columns of another
journal.
There is very little in Mr. Ander

son's latest article that it is necessary;
to reply to. The people of Ocala-un-derstand
perfectly why he and Mr.
. Camp brought this suit, and their al alleged
leged alleged zeal for vindication of the law

deceives no one.
Mr. Anderson knows a great deal
more about law .than the Star does,
but one does not need to be a lawyer
to know what is justice.
Mr. Anderson says:
"The Star says, in effect, no matter
how or in what manner, or by whom
the bonds are authorized you must
not object, because such objection
may cost the city money."
The Star does not recollect taking
such an unreasonable position. If Mr.
Anderson will show the Star where it
made such a proposition, it will im im-mediately
mediately im-mediately retract.
He goes on to say:

"The citizens must stand quietly by,
and allow the most high-handed spe species
cies species of proceedings to pass unopposed,
because 'we. the neoDle.' of whom the

Star is the self -elected mouthpiece,
m-efer rather to uselessly expend city

money than to correct the error in the
proceedings for their issuance."

It has of late years become the fash fashion
ion fashion of those who represent special

interests to refer to all" who speak for
the public interests as "self-elected
champions of the people." This style

of expression is a sneer, and when a
man resorts to sneera he is hard up

: for argument.

The Star didn't have to be elected a
mouthpiece of. the people. Every man
on it, from the proprietor down to

the devil, was born among the peo

pie, lives and works among the peo

ple and will probably die among the
people. Why shouldn't the Star speak

for its class?

Notwithstanding, we will buy for

Mr. Anderson a brand-new automobile

tire if he will find in any issue of the
Star any allegation that it has been
elected or chosen a mouthpiece of the
people. What it has done and said in
behalf of the people has been done in
the course of its every-day work.
When a paper doesn't represent the
people it is a mighty good sign that
it is being ; paid to represent some somebody
body somebody or something else.
And while we are on that subject,
it may not be improper to ask Mr.
Anderson, who elected him and Mr.
Camp, and when, to represent the peo people
ple people of Ocala?
x Mr, Anderson closes his article by
; asking: '.j--'-
"Why did the council deviate from
the legal mode followed by the city
officials in 1897, which is the exact'
procedure we now insist on?"
It seems to the Star that Judge
Bullock's decision answered this ques ques-tion.
tion. ques-tion. The ordinance under which the
election was held was drawn by the

council of last year, with a majority
of the members of which Mr. Ander Anderson
son Anderson and Mr. Camp were understood
to be in sympathy. The present council
is trying to carry, out the will of the

people of Ocala as expressed in an
election held under the said, ordinance.
Mr. Anderson knows the present coun council
cil council has no option in the matterif it
hadn't tried to validate the bonds, it
could have, been compelled to do so by
mandamus. He also knows that if he
and Mr. Camp hadn't opposed the
validation of the bonds, and employed
one of the leading lawyers of the
state in the case, that the city would
not have spent an extra penny in the
matter, that the bonds would haye
been validated without opposition and
that work on the new electric plant
would have soon commenced.
And now if Mr. Anderson wants to
further debate this matter with the
Star, he will have to send his com communications
munications communications to the Star. He can al

ways have all the space he needs for
discussion of this or any other public

matter.
TOMATOES AND BEANS

ARE UP AND GROWING

so far, they were uninjured. Mr. Free Freeman
man Freeman is only one of many over the

countv who have a good many beans

fAOQ eominer alone. The

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acreage will be, quite heavy and if the
season is anything like it promises to

be, the growers should realize some

FLORIDA WOODMEN
IN LAKELAND

lakeland, March 9.

The Woodmen have taken Lakeland

good returns and before very long at at her word, and now have possession

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mai. ;
THE CITRA SCHOOL HOUSE

Some of these gardens were not plant

ed with a view of marketing, but
quite a lot has been sold of the sur surplus..
plus.. surplus.. A good many truck growers

ST. PETERSBURG MAN over the county have done fairly well

m

INVESTS AT OCALA with their cabbage and other market-
ing crops and the lettuce men about
Mr. John C. Blocker of St. Peters- Mcintosh and Citra are not complain complain-burg
burg complain-burg was in the city yesterday look- ing over either yield or prices.

ing after, the 200-acre farm which he!

purchased a few days since. Mr. J NOTICE

Blocker bought the property from the
family or families of Portuguese who

in turn bought it something like two

years ago. lhe property is at can

tos and is known as the Cole or Lid-

LOUIS R. CIIAZ&L h SOKS CO.
DEAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT

Holder Building
Telephone 228

P. O. Box 472
Ocala, Flo.

been greater demand for help, for

food, clothing, shoes, medicine, etc.,
on account of the prevailing hard

times; work is scarce, and with in

To King's Daughters and Sons
A collector will call during the
month of March to collect dues for
Vio nrrlor onrl x?c tt-n ct t Vl 5) t f VPTV

The program as advertised was dell property. Over 100 acres of the member will pay promptly,. Never in

carried out during the day. The cumvauon ana mere aie historv of the order has there

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speeches of Governor Trammell and amPie ounaings on u. xur. biockcf
w nnt.K1 tuorp lmiHlv cheered, will have the land cultivated and will

Messrs. W. J. Crosby of Citra and ,. nf fVlo -w,wWn c.irce He- improve the fencing and make it more

J. D. Ray of Jacksonville, the latter criioriiH nAAr-ee on the attractive in every way. He will also

, . f iL !-- -" - I .. .... 1 vmjco. nua j .y. w,, cv

the superintendent m cnarge mQSt interestd that stocK it witn live stocK. Mr, uiocicer i m d t food and clothing sicklles3

handsome new v,Lru ..u f th:s rpat fraternftl order. P1 sPeno- Part OI nis rae on ine rr.mpo nrTthp Inst or first resort is

schoolhouse, were m the city yester- The first business session of the place. He is one of St. Petersburg's the King,g Daughters. This is a
day. The gentlemen said the big convention was held at the Auditor- successful real estate men and says purely charitable organization, de de-house
house de-house was coming right along and the ... aftern Roll he expects to handle more of the ex- .nent on its friends for sumort.

walls were almost up. It will be' a ijj of head ofRca showed "all pres- cellcnt farming lands that surround 0ur contributions were cut from one-

fine structure, costing completed aooui rt Qr accounted forv ucaia. Mr. liiocKer suoscnoed ior half at Christmas time on which we

$12,000, ana win nave eigrn, large immediatelv after roll call Judce xne ocar Kee? Posiea on ims. coun- relied to help us carry on the work

and the demands are far greater than
before. With all the organizations

for church work, clubs and orders, do

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Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken ta

protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ours. Let t.;
have your custom we deserve it.
CDeaia Ice & PaeMi&si o0

study rooms, a principal's room and Hftl w Adams of MayQ presented the
auditorium. The building is being ... wit, fi pavel made

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erected by the Citra suo-scnooi ois- if a liar wood from the Bahama

tnct, ameu wu.vjr Islands. It is an exceedingly large

DECLAMATION CONTEST

is being wired for electricity and I &nd the donor in his presentation

a modern heating system and piumo- gpeech gaid a ra went it
ing will be put in. The building will as followg. 0ne rap makes all pres.
have its own water works, heating . fwrt rana makes them

system and electric lights. The lights thrGe rans makes them livery 40 points.

rti 1 Taw. 1.mYij-k I I Smiti9fhoti'

win De supiiiieu xtuxi4 Mj.y, subjects for a hospital."
erated in turn by a gasoline engine, nr.r.sul J. Pennington re

which will also be used to pump the d th if t arid extended the

water into the tower, mis can thanks of the camp.
done at small cost. The building is ulls,;npS!, nf the session

constructed of red pressed brick, with ftnTlounCGmcnt of committees

metal roof, and is modern in every by Head Consul Pennington. These
respect. Mr. Ray said the Citra peo- as iollows:

pie were getting a 50 better build- Crtedentiais: c. N. Home. T. S.

ing than some places he knew of, Anderson and c. K. Sage. 4 an's Club of which Mrs. George J.
where the same amount of money had Mileage and Per Diem: W.' J. Roe- BKtch is chairman, has designated

Deen expenaeu. marwu buck L. M. Rhodes and J. W. JSim- v w ViCO" uf "CCR uc
. . I'll I it- OA A. 11 Xl-

Prose and poetry in English. Eight not forget that the King's Daughters
minutes limit.- are trying to their utmost ability to

Graded on articulation, quality and send and gjve here and there as re

range o! voice dU points. quests come from the poor, for they

Poise, ease and effectiveness of de- are here in Ocala. We would be very

elad to have the men join us for they

Sympathetic rendition' entering are eligible. Can't we find fifty men

into the spirit of it 30 points. who will join us and pay their dues,

Send in your names quick. Contest m.20 a year, $1 for the city, 10c for

at 3:30 p. m., March 15th. J the state and 10c for the national or

See the medal at Burnett's. J cranization with whom we affiliate? I

J. D. Rooney, Secretary. 1 would like to state that every case is

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ItOOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAH A V .Ti UF

Ocalaf fFIorMa
Restaurant with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICE TUOXES IN ALL ROOM
LOUIS Mo imm,
- MANAGER
The only Hotel on the Square

ROOM AND HATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A ILLF

CLEAN-UP WEEK
The civic committee of the Worn-

n.tAAl intawioia an1 VniW?no9 riinnnt

sbuwi wo utiv I mons.

be excelled m the state, ana we are RpS0itiona: J. F. Dorman. W. W.

certainly proud of the distinction. Anderson and George F. Cook.

Memorials: H. R. Beers, E. E.

Cline and O. C. Vanbrunt.

Fraternal Greetings: J. W. Pren-

BUSY AT ZUBER

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 itself
self itself in other ways in cleaning up the
town. Your cooperation is asked.

were

When you think candy, say Nun-

nally, and when you say Nunnally

come to Gerig's.

A few days since a Star reporter tiss, J. W. Burns and W. H. M. Boehn
rode out to Zuber with Mr. Bruce ing.

Meffert. Mr. Meffert went out to Press: P. V. Leavengood, Dr. R. A.

take the pay roll for the lime works Lowry and G. P. Lamb.
of the Florida Lime 'Company at that Congratulatory telegrams

mace, and it being' Saturday after- read by Sovereign C. D. Mills of Jack

noon, the men had all quit work and sonville, sentry of the Supreme Head

were fathered at the commissary to Camp, from Col. iJ. AY. Jewell, sov

get their pay. This plant is one of ereign adviser of the Supreme Head
the best in the state, and probably as Camp," Omaha, Neb.; the Minnesota
economically "arranged as any of Head Camp in session at Staples; the

them. The lime is pure white, al- Tennessee Head Camp, in session at

most without any foreign matter and Nashville; Virginia Head

scarcefy any overburden of soil, session at Winchester.
is taken from the great pit. The committee of fraternal greet

This pit, over 40 feet deep, is free ings was instructed to send greetings D. E. JIcIVER and C. V. ROBERTS

from water and even during the rainy of Florida Woodmen to the loiiowmg

season the water level does not rise jurisdiction head camps now in ses

in it and the water falling from the sion: Texas, North Carolina, Nebras Nebras-rains
rains Nebras-rains is soon soaked into the earth, ka, Kentucky, Arkansas, Minnesota,
Florida is a peculiar state in this re- Tennessee, Arkansas, Virginia and

snect. In manv Dlaces an excavation Alabama.

only, six feet deep will hold water After it was decided to hold the bi bi-and
and bi-and sometimes on an elevated spot, at annual election of head camp officers

that' A ain a nit as deen as this one at Wednesday mornings session, ad

may be free from water. Surely a journment was taken till 10 o'clock

blessing to the "dry miner," as in this tomorrow morning.

case.

At this plant there are

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

ladies, who have been long in the

work. Will you help us and join with

us? Mrs. Bittinger.

ARE RHEUMATIC?. TRY SLOAN'S

elver & Maeliay
Funeral Directors

camp in UNDERTAKERS and EI1BAU1ERS

fine Caskets and Burial Robes.

Funeral Directors

All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-raer
raer Embal-raer and Fully Guaranteed
' PHONES
D. E. McIVER 104
C V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office" .45

If you want quick and real relief
from rheumatism, do what so many

thousand other people are doing

whenever an tittack comes on, bathe

the sore muscle or joint with Sloan's
Liniment. No need to rub it in
just apply th Liniment to the sur

face. It is wonderfully penetrating. j 171 m o f oirrtov

and draws the nain almost -immedi

ately get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment

for 25c. of any druggist and have it in

the house against colds, sore and
swollen joints, lumbago, sciatica and

like ailments. Your money back if

not satisfied, but" it gives almost in

stant reliefrmon tues fri wky. Adv.

The Manngcment of DH. McCLAKU
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, More Fully Equipped and will be Hun
Strictly Upon Etlucal Linen

HOURSt 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M.

PHONE 335

Sen

Low Fares-

DIOECT EOUTE
JACKSONVILLE TO BALT1MQOE
AND PHILADELPHIA

FIRST-CLA&S FARES

There will be a public dance jriven
at the W. O. W. hall at Martel, Fri

day evenincr, March 12th. ,Good mus

ic, good order and a good time assur

ed. 5-3t

..$20.00
.. 20.00
.. 22.40
.. 24.40

TO-

Boston .
Buffalo .
Pittsburg
Chicago

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TO

Baltimore

Washington .

Philadelphia. .

New York.

Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on steamer.

Baltimore, Wednesday and Saturday, for Philadelphia Thursday r.r.d

SEE THE FARM on the Silver day. For tickets and other information, call on or address

Snrin fro yon A xxrhifh ftirnicVioa iVi o

" v o mwn-mn wn 1 n n nnrn rf Ail tr

Jacksonville, Florida tt

Merchant's Cafe every day with

fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf

Globe-Wernicke cabinet supplies at

The Murray Company.- 6-3t

PUT YOUR AD IN THE STAR

five huge

kilns, arranged in a row on the side
of the sloping hill. The lime when
burned is drawn out onto the floor,
barreled on sacked, as the case may
be, and then loaded into the freight
cars, standing along side, still a few
feet lower on the outside, the natural
gravity and slope of the ground being
used to advantage from the time the
lime is hauled out of the pit.
In the great building along the

length of the five kilns were several
carloads of lime, part in barrels, but
mostly of the new and popular process
of hydrated lime, put up in heavy,

self-sealing paper bags of 40 pounds

each, we believe. The hydrating ma machine
chine machine is a fine piece of machinery, and

one of the best of the recent inven

tions for the lime men. It is a huge

hopper-like apparatus, capable of

holding about 50 barrels of lime, we

should say, into which the lime is

stirred and wet and turned and pul
stirred and yet and turned and pul

Verized, till the lime is all slacked,

when it is drawn off into the auto

matic sacking machine, perfectly

slaked and a fine powder that will

keep forever, with no danger from
heating when going through the

slaking process of the lump lime. This
great revolving metal drum or hop hopper
per hopper is an interesting piece of mach machinery
inery machinery when in motion, and its work is
both thorough and rapid.
The lime comes off through two
chutes, where a machine tended by a
man at each opening fills the bags
and seals them automatically, so fast
that two other men have all they can
do to remove the filled bags. The

machine places exactly the same

Announcement was made that a re

ception would be tendered the dele

gates at 7:30 this evening.

At the appointed time for the re

ception there were at least a thou

sand people at the Auditorium, abodt p-a

half of whom were citizens of Lake

land. The following interesting and
highly appreciated program was ren

dered, Sovereign Will W. Anderson

acting master of ceremonies and in introducing
troducing introducing the participants:
Instrumental solo by Mrs. Peter Peter-man.
man. Peter-man. Vocal solo by Miss Vera McRae.
Reading by Mrs. Wm. Steitz.
Vocal solo by Miss Anna Cardwell.
Reading by Lloyd Hooks.
Piano and violin selection by Mrs.
Peterman and Prof. L. B. Jones.
Reading by Mrs. G. T. Fleming.
Vocal duet by Misses McRae and
Cardwell.
Piano and violin selection by Mrs.
Peterman and Prof. Jones.
Every number was loudly applaud applauded
ed applauded and nearly every one responded to

the incessant encore.
When the above program was com completed
pleted completed it was announced that refresh refreshments
ments refreshments would be served the audience
in their seats. Members of the local

camp of Woodmen and the Woodmen
Circle formed themselves into a corps
of waiters and in a comparatively
short time everybody was busy with
a tray of ice cream, cake and fruit
punch.
Everybody was then invited to par partake
take partake of oranges and grapefruit
(which had been provided in bounti bountiful
ful bountiful quantities) shake hands and have
an old time get acquainted meeting.
All in all, the reception at the Au

ditorium was a most enjoyable affair,

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amount of lime in each bag, then! and no one aiaea more in namK t

Mr. Freeman of tfeiieview was in i snuts otf automatically until anotner. Arv

.i.-. tov n Rftme trarfinP. Mr. ha? k in tmsiHnTi: Mr. Uscar 31. luaton, v.no was on

1,11V VlJf w""J "---o Z -t l . i
Freeman said he had a fine lot of Another big machine with a hungry hand everywhere apparently at the
b-nrand tomatoes up and he .was maw is used to grind the rock just as. same time to greet the visitors.
Hu:.. t,i hih Pverv cold nieht. it comes from the pit into agricul- Present indications are that Fort

, ri-f rrt ninned. but tural lime. This machine has the ad- King Camp No. 14 will be represent-

m m -k. im m . .. i

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he KEY to the

fiOME OF BARGAINS

OCALA IS TO AGAIN HAVE A DOLLAR DAY, TOUCH IS

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A GAIN the GLOBE holds the Key to the Home of Bargains, and will lead the rank of Bargain Givers
H as it always does. We are more determined than ever that DOLLAR DAY shall be a memorable one

for those who patronize us on that day: Below we quote a few specials.
DOLLAR DA.Y "MONEY SAVERS"'

12 yards 36 in Pajama Check. ( f ff
on DOLLAR DAY for vl.UU
13 yards of Curtain Scrim, on ? f ff
DOLLAR DAY for.... ...... P X .UU
6 yards Gaze Mawell diess Art
goods in pretty plaids P X V i

7 yards Cord Flame Dress
Goods in new shades for. .
112 yards, 40 in. Sheer White
Lawn, on DOLLAR DAY for

$1.00
$1.00

13 yard3 -Amoskeag Outing, in Of Art
All colors, on DOLLAR DAY X UU.

Three Crepe Gowns in new c 1 r
styles, on DOLLAR DAY forviy

Five pair Ladies Silk Hose, in
all colors, DOLLAR DAY

One Kabo Corset, ?1.C0 value
on DOLLAR DAY for..

$1

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. Our store is full of Bargains. They are not Dollar Day Specials, but they are bargains neverthel

and while you are taking advantage of our Dollar Day offerings don't fail to look over our large and com complete
plete complete stock. You will find something you need.
We can save you money on everything in the Dry Goods, Shoe, and Ladles ane GenOeir,,:: ;
Furnishing lines.

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WESTSIOEOFSQUARE fep OCALA, FLA,



OC,iLA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, J915

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ANY QUANTITY

STANDARD GROCERY CO.,

CLEAN-UP WEEK

AR FRANK'S STORE

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OCALO. FLA.U

kept a 5 neatly and inconspicuously ar
possible.
Theie i-- much that v.v an 1 to
ward lightening the work of thi-

I

BELLEVIEW

j Tq the end that we may have a
clean city and be as free as possible

from mosquitoes and flies during the c&nitarv force in th

coming summer, let us all put forth garbage, trash, etc., by burmn
t .fT,,rt during this clean-un ery thing that can bo burned.

handling of

ev-

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week and make it a real benefit.

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Hi Always Helps
says Mr. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton A'Ms, Ky in
writing c fher experience with Cardui, the woman's
tonic. he says further: "Before 1 began to use
Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought he pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do an; of my housework. Alter taking three bottles
of Card i j, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained 2 pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
as well is run a big water mill.
1 w ih every suffering woman would give

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The Woman's Tonic
a trial. still use Cardui when I feel a little bad,
and it a' .vays does rne good." H
Hea lache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, wo n-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman womanly
ly womanly troubl Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's
tonic. oti cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
women f )r more than fifty years.
C 5i "RnfflA Tnrtatr?

Let us all work together for a clean
town and a beautiful town, bearinir in

It is most important at this season mind that an .ounce of preVention is
j to destroy all breeding places for worth a pound of cure" and also that
j mosquitoes and flies in order that j the safety and comfort of the sum sum-t
t sum-t "their tribe may not increase." Letter months can in a large measure

be conserved by aoolishing a many

) ('-) h) .(mi ua an co-(it) (") () (

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us pay special attention to all recep-

jtacles for garbage, the disposal of
j stable manure or any filth in which it
j is possible for flies to breed, and tc
j the tin cans and various pieces of junk
jthat hold water and afford favorabh
spots in which mosquitoes may be
hatched.

It is well known that it is possible
for mosquitoes to breed in as small o
container as will hold a teaspoonfu!
of water and not infrequently a
pocket in a tree will hold enough
moisture to hatch mosquitoes enough
to inoculate a family with malaria or
other transmissible diseases, so it be

hooves us to wage vigorous warfare

j against any conditions that may be j
I favorable to the breeding of these
two pests which are rightly regarded I

;as a menace to the public health,
j From the standpoint of beauty, let
us all try to accomplish during the

(week something if only one thing 1
S that will add in some way to the gen-i
, eral attractiveness of Ocala. Let
f each of. us who harbors a junk heap j

! i 1 1 1 A.

;or a trasn pue iae a iook. at uur; A q n g
premises and see if we could not as 00313 ICC & FaCKing tO.

well do without it and if we cannot v
dispense with it, see to it that it is Phone 34

flies and mosquitoes as we can. Re Remember
member Remember also that "the early fly is
the one to swat."
"It comes before the weather's hot,
and sit3 around and files its lejrs and
lays at least 10,000,000 eggs, and
every egg will bring a fly to drive us
crazy by and by. Oh, every fly that
slips our swatters will have 5,000, 5,000,-000
000 5,000,-000 sons and daughters, and countless
first and second cousins and aunts
and uncles scores of dozens, and 57, 57,-000,000
000,000 57,-000,000 nieces, so knock the blame
thing all to pieces."
Mrs. George J. Blitch,
The Civic Committee, Woman's Club.

Virginia Style
Smoked Hams
I'Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER P0UM), DELIVER! D

Spy H 1

jSL3nidL :3HEon?.' sro IEIoll

A Great

eautiful Doll

and 2 smaller
dressed dollies
for every boy

and girl
the city.

Hurry

and get

yours!

These 3 dol dollies
lies dollies are beau beautifully
tifully beautifully printed

on one i

arge

Big --?P&&n

f TOW ffv:.:

Jj
Mm IIEI8IIT, 25 IliCIIES fTYr'
'sjrf1 .; .-Bigger

piece oi mus muslin
lin muslin all ready to
cut out and
stuff. They

have gold golden
en golden hair big
brown

eyes and
-
are very
life-like
S indeed.

ACTUAL HEIGHT, 7 i INCHES

apy

ACTUAL HEIGHT) 11 INCHES

ess

M(QW TO OBT AM AMRfA BELLE BOLIrS

fnVnd tn subscribe for the Evenine Star, and nay three months in advance, ($1.25): bring the money, with their name and addr

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I r ret 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
S address with the money to this office and get one of the Anna Belle Doll sets free.
) Tell "our papa jr.sma, or some t nehd, who is now taking the Evening Star, to let you have the money ($5.00) and come to the Star office
1 ret a receipt for their' subscription for one year, and we will give you one of the doll sets free.

lielltvicw. Mar. y. Master Willie
Hitter left tast Sunday for his home at
Sidney, Fla., after a pleasant visit
with his little friend, Master William
Whisenant.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Haskell made
their regular, weekly business trip to
Ocala last Friday.
Prof. A. B. Connor went. to Ocala
last Saturday for the purpose of swap swapping
ping swapping views with the other educators
of the country at their regular month monthly
ly monthly meeting.

Mr. and Mrs. Henrv R. Shaw left

last Saturday for Oxford where they
will visit with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin, relatives of
Mr. Geo. E. Bailey, and Mrs. Sadie'
E. Van Horn stepped off the train?

the other day to inquire if they were
in Belleview and among the first ones
to greet them was Mr. Bailey with

his perennial smile. After spending j

several days, Mr. and Mrs. Martin
resumed their journey northward.
Rev. Dr. Carnine, district superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the St. Johns River Confer Conference,
ence, Conference, of the M. E.. church, came in
last Saturday on his regular quarter quarterly
ly quarterly visit. Quarterly conference was
held Saturday night. Services were
conducted at Candler Sunday morn morning,
ing, morning, at Oklawaha Sunday afternoon
and communion was administered in
the Methodist church at Belleview
Sunday night, after which Rev. Car Car-nine
nine Car-nine departed on train No. 4 Monday
noon for other places.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis, of Bradford,
Pa., old time friends of Mrs. J. N.
Hilton, visited with her for several
hours last Friday morning.
It is pleasing to see Mrs. Millsom
up and around once more.
The baseball boys held an oyster
supper at the Hall last Thursday
night and netted quite a tidy sum to
help equip themselves with their
summer outfit.
Mr. C. S. Hickson, representing
Hickson & Son, of Apopka, was in
town buying potatoes last week.
Dad Hardison celebrated a birthday
one day last week.
Miss Minnie Kilpatrick celebrated
her fifteenth birthday last Friday
night by entertaining a number of
her friends at her home.
James McMurphy, a survivor of the
civil war, died at the home of his
friends Mr. and Mrs.' Geo. E. Merrill
last Saturday. Mr. McMurphy was a
native of New Hampshire and feeling
the need of a softer climate came to
Belleview several months ago hop hop-ng
ng hop-ng that the change would benefit
him, Init it was too late' and he pass passed
ed passed away surrounded by his friends.
Mr. Lloyd Clemmet, representing
the Hart Steamer Line and the Day
Light Line, on th'e Oklawaha river,
spent last Monday in town talking up

the beauties of these two routes of
travel.

Mr. and Mrs. Lansing and daughter,
who have been stopping at North
Lake Weir for the past month left
Monday for their home at Panasofkee.
The Thimble, Party held at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. Sands Haviland was the
star event in thimbledom this year.
About thirty ladies participated in
the event and it was the concensus of
opinion that this party and the one
given by Mrs. French were the two
most successful and enjoyable parties
of the kind ever held in Belleview.
That all around disciple of Isaac
Walton, Mr. Geo. Crum, of North
Lake Weir, pulled up to our door last
Monday and came into the store with
a sack and asked us to feast our eyes
on something good and upon looking
we saw ten big speckle perch wrig-

gilng and gasping. Mrs. Tremere ob objects
jects objects to scaling a fish while it is alive,
never-the-less in due course of time
they found their, way into the frying
pan and from there to the table. This
brain food is certainly very satisfy satisfying.
ing. satisfying. On the evening of March, 12, at six
o'clock, at the Town Hall, the Belle Belleview
view Belleview Workers will hand ont one of
those famous suppers, at less than
it cost to buy the goods. A large
crowd is looked for and the ladies are
promising all kind of good things to
those who come.
The newly organized lodge of W. O.

W. meet the first Wednesday night

of each month in the Masonic Hall.
Examinations are Over
The Belleview school finished the
third quarterly examinations and. the
children are happy now, for they are
on the home stretch. The following
made the honor roll, 95 per cent to
100 per cent, first honor; 90 per cent
to 95 per cent, second honor.
Eighth grade: First, Lucile Brown,
Minnie Tremere; second, John Harrell,
Maggie Whisenant.
Seventh grade: Second, Wilson Bar Barrett.
rett. Barrett. Sixth grade:. First, James Fielding;
second, David Stanley, Ethel Free Freeman.
man. Freeman. Fifth grade: Second, Helen Brown.
Fourth grade: First,. Arthur Beat Beat-ty;
ty; Beat-ty; second, Dagmar Sjoberg, Ruth
Sjoberg.
Third grade: First, Wylie Arnold;
second, Sallie Martin.

Second grade: First, Clyde Nott,
Valda Arnold, Mittie McClendon, Alice

Barrett, Arthur Wightman.
First grade: First, Vivian Connor.
Belleview Woodmen
Following is the roster of Belle

view Camp, W. O. W., which meets
every first Wednesday evening in the

month:
E. A. Davenport, consul command

er; J. W. Nelson, adviser lieutenant;

R. L. Summer, banker; J. W. Fant,
Jr., clerk; J. E. Pelot, escort; J. F.

Hames, watchman; J. D. Lyles, sen

try; T. K. Slaughter, physician; Lloyd

35 yards of 27 inch
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WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOE
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

on

FOR RENT Six room cottage

Tuscawilla street between primary

nign scnoois. Apply to Mrs.

and

R. D. Fuller.

G-tf

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19 yds. of Fast Colored
APRON GINGHAMS
ti
AT
OAYES & GUYNN
Next to Mclver & MacKay

FOUND Purse containing money.
Owner can obtain same by calling
on Collier Bros., at office of the
White Star Line Transfer & Stor
age Co., 217-219 E. Broadway. 9-Ct

FOR SALE One well broken and
trained Shetland Pony, wagon and
j kuggy, with harness, cheap for
j cash. J. D. Rooney.
f
J FOR SALE Barred Rock and Indian

Runner duck eggs for hatching. II.
S. Wesson, Ocala, Fla. 2 22-lm

Kilpatrick, Fred
Hames, managers.

Brown, Winters

Belleview, March 10. Mr. and Mrs.
I. I. Strong made their regular week weekend
end weekend visit to Belleview, returning home
Sunday. They were accompanied by
Mrs. Strong's mother, Mrs. I. N.
Nichols, who will visit with them for
a few days.
t.Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sikes from
Summerfield are stopping at the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Marion until such time as they
can move to their place recently pur purchased
chased purchased on the Lake Weir hard road.
A cute little baby boy was born to
Mrs. Sylvan Dumont last Friday,
March 5th.
Mr. Gray Tyson, who has been
stopping with Mr. and Mrs. S. N.
Smith at their farm for the past two
months, left last Tuesday for his
home in Greensboro, N. C.
. Mr. Robert L. -Sumner, our very
popular and efficient station agent, is
slightly under the weather with an
attack of grip.
Over half our school children are
absent from school suffering with
colds and grip.
Mr. Tremere had some kind of bus business
iness business in Ocala last Wednesday so he
went up to ttend to it.
Belleview loses an old time settler
in the removal of Mr.John D. Har Harrell
rell Harrell and family to Plant City.
Mr. Lou Schmidt went down to

Smith Lake to catch some fish and
he did not. V-
Accompanied by a host of friends,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Dustin went

FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-tf
FOR RENTTwo story, ten room
house comer Watula and E. Adams
streets. Possession given at once.
Apply to W. E. Davis, at the Man Man-roe
roe Man-roe & Chambliss National Bank. 4-tf
FOR RENT My. suburban home tn
the southwestern part' of town,
with two acres of ground; rates
reasonable to the right party. Cl
P. Howell, Ocaia, Fla. 2-5-tf
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W,
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; with
modern conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three blocks from court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 10-tf

to the depot last Wednesday and
boarded the train, bound for their
home in York Beach, Conn., and thus
the exodus of northern visitors con continues.
tinues. continues. Mr. and Mrs. Dustin have
contributed their share towards the
social gaieties, of the town this past
season, and their departure is re re-greted.
greted. re-greted.
, Mr. Edward Romer left for Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Wednesday, where he will
transact some important business.
Mr. Harry Peter accompanied by

Mr. Charlie Miller and Mr. Rogers i

motored through Belleview Wednes- I Smith.

day morning and while the freight
train impeded their progress across
the railroad track they diffused those
effulgent rays for which they are

noted on all who came within the
magic circle, including your scribe.
That's going some, ain't it?
Mr. Frank Martin of Chicago is
stopping with his cousin, Mr. B. N.
Tanner and is looking for an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to spend some of his spare
cash for Florida real estate.

FOR RENT A 1 five-room cottage
with all modern conveniences, on
South Second street, east. Apply
at Star, office. dh tf
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
FOR RENT A five room lower flat;
thoroughly screened and with ev every
ery every modern convenience. Good loca
tion. Inquire at Star office. 10-6t

LOST Pearl and amethyst lavaliere,
attached to very delicate gold chain.
Lost at either the Baptist church or
on street between church and resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. J. J. Pyles. Return
to this office and receive reward.

STANDING COMMITTEES
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
FOR THE YEAR 1915

Finance
D. W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, M. J.
Roess.
Judiciary
Geo. A. Nash. W. A. Knight, IL A.
Fausett.
Street
M. J. Roess, D. W.- Tompkins, "Geo.
A. Nash.
Cemetery
John Moore, M. J. Roess, J. C.

SHERIFF'S SALE

Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an execution issued
out of and under the seal of the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of Marion county, Florida,

of date March 4th, 1915, m that cer certain
tain certain cause pending in said court in

which M. C. Kiser Company, a cor

poration organized and existing under
the "laws of the state of Georgia, is

plaintiff, and F. M. Harp and J. N.
Tiller, co-partners doing business un under
der under firm name of F. M. Harp & Com

pany, are defendants, I have levied
upon the property situate in Marion
county, Florida, more particularly de

scribed as follows: Sw4 of swv
except 7.73 chains square in north northwest
west northwest corner, and 7.73 chains square in

southeast corner of nw4 of sw'i of
sec 15, tp 12 s, r 23 e, nwi of nwV4
of sec 22, tp 12 s, r 23 e, w4 of neA
of sei of sec 8, tp 13 s, r 24 e, se4
of se of seli of sec 8, tp 13 s, r

Z4 e, lot lu except iu cnams nortn
and south by 18 chains east and west
in northwest corner, of sec 9, tp 13

s, r 24 e, lot 12 except 110 yds square

in southwest corner, and lot 13 except

110 yds north and south by 220 yds

east and west in southwest corner,

sec 9, tp 13, s, r 24 e, eA of seU of
neU of sec 17, tp 13 s, r 24 e, lots 9,
10, 12, 14, 15 and 16 of Eureka, in
section 9, tp 13 s, r 24 e, and that the

undersigned will cell said lands at
public outcry, to the highest and best
bidder for cash on
3Ionday, April 5th, 1913
between 11 o'clock in the forenoon
and 2 o'clock in the afternoon, in
front of the west door of the Marion
county court house in Ocala, Florida,
to satisfy said execution and the
costs thereon. John P. Galloway,
Sheriff of Marion County, Florida.
D. Niel Ferguson, 4-thur
Plaintiff's Attorney

On Saturday and Monday, 17

pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol-

lar's worth of other groceries, for j
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf 1

Fire
J. J. Gerig, II. A. Fausett, W.

Knight.
. Police
W. A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, Jr. C.
Smith.
N Market
J. C. Smith, J. M Meffert, J. J.
Gerig.
Sanitary
IL A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash, D. V.
Tompkins.
Building
John Moore, H. A. Fausett, J. C.
Smith.
Lighf and Water
J. M. Meffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.
J. Gerig.

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Well located, five room cottage; all
conveniences; close in; for rent, $15
per month. Apply at Star office, tf

'PRONE 503
I For Good Wood
S BIG Load for 01.
Z Your Order will have
immediate Attention-
jj. L. SMOAR

At Bmoak's Wagou Stioi

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VirgiDia Style
Smoked Hams
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND, DEI1VEHED

Ocola

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OF NATIONAL INTEREST
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By MARY DARLING.

;0YAL GLEANERS Ml DfEES

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Cleaning-and Pressing of Ladies Clothes done
Neatly and Promptly, Alterations and Repairs of
all inds promptly done. Clothes called for and de delivered.
livered. delivered. Special attention to parcel post work.
We have over 1000 samples of Clothing for you to
choose your Spring Suit from, and we guarantee you
a perfect fit.

On DOLLAR DAY we will sell PALM BEACH

f SUITS, made to your measure, for and up.
I On DOLLAR DAY we will sell ROYAL TAILOR-
ED SUITS, made to your measure for $11 and up.
v Come and look over our line and we are sure you
V 1 1 l 1 t 5

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4 We are the authorized resident dealers for the

Royal Tailors of Chicago and New York.

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"A. F, MELM, Mgr.
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t

Richard Pearson Hobson to "Lecture in j
the Chautauqua j
r

Captain Richard Pearson Hobson,

known the world over as the hero of
the Merrimac, is to appear in the big
chautauqua to be given in this city
next month. At present Captain Hob Hob-son
son Hob-son is serving his country as congress congressman
man congressman from Alabama. He has been
leader in many great fights for nation national
al national uplift. He is a great orator, a
deep thinker, a man of pleasing per personality
sonality personality and one of our country's big biggest
gest biggest men.
His lecture at the chautauqua,
"America in the 20th Century," will
be most timely, in view of the great

(Copyright. hy the McClure, Newspa Newspaper
per Newspaper Syndicate.)
"N-no," said Forest Harwood, medi meditatively,
tatively, meditatively, "there isn't anyone I can
think of, dear."
"I have racked my brain, too, so 1
guess we'll have to eat our Thanks
giving dinner without guests this
year," said his wife.
Tm sorry Bes3 and John couldn't
come, but they seemed to have
planned something of their own,"
Harwood went on.

' They're going to be married in the European war. The theme is, Ameri-

spring, I believe?" ca to be to the Modern World, what
"Um-hu," mumbled Harwood, as he j Rome was to the ancient worid
became interested in his morning ; exponent of ,iberty and f ree distribu.
PTnF'the morning of Thanksgiving Ltion; ?0?
day Mrs. Harwood announced that leader to bnnS about the brotherhood
she was going to church. j man-
"'All right, dear; go ahead and I'll The Chautauqua Association is
run down to the pond and have a try making preparations for Captain
at the ice. If I find any woebegone- Hobson's day with us, for it will be
looking individuals who seem not to one 0f the especial big days of the
be expecting a bite of turkey, may I chautauqua
bring them along?" he asked his wife Jn thJs ecture c tein Hobson
"rrCSSiC are!; "een interest and
twv f 'tnmminea Mrs. Har-1 one of Vltal importance to every

wood replied.

j American farmer,; merchant, profes-

Harwood reached the pond to find j sional man, father, and mother and a

It already black with crowds of skat- j message that every boy and girl of
ers. He joined them, and was about j the country should hear.

& I 10 go nome aiier an uuur a guuu ;

5!t ercise when his eyes fell upon John

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THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY BELIEVE" IN OUR JEW
ELRY STORE FOR JUST ONE BIG REASON OUR JEWELRY IS RE
LIABLE. :
WE HAVE BUILT UP OUR BUSINESS, FIRST, BY CARRYING
ONLY JEWELRY AND JEWELRY STORE THINGS WE KNOWTO BE
SUPERB IN QUALITY AND CORRECT IN. STYLE, AND SECONDLY
BY ASKING FOR THEM ONLY A REASONABLE 1PRICE.
WE SHALL NOT CHANGE OUR METHODS. JEWELRY MAY
'LOOK" THE SAME AND YET NOT BE THE SAME.
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
OCALA'S RELIABLE JEWELER,

Adams.
"You, John? I thought you were
going out of town for Thanksgiving
dinner?" he exclaimed.
"Iyes, I had intended to, but it
all fell through," the young man re returned.
turned. returned. "Come along up to the house then,
and have dinner wltli us. Where Is

Bess?" Harwood asked tactlessly

T.o t

A.BARAGA GYMNASIUM

To the Public of Ocala: The Baraca
class of the Baptist church of Ocala
has decided to build a gymnasium and
class room. This room is to be 52
feet long and 24 feet wide and will
be build upstairs over the annex. The
room in- front is to be 24x20 feet and

Ah oh. she's havine din-1 wil1 be used by the Baraca class as a

ner with some relatives, I believe," j class room on Sunday and as a read-

John Adams managed to answer.
"Come on! Helen will be delight delighted.
ed. delighted. She's at church, as usual." .And
Harwood fairly dragged his friend
home.
When Mrs. Ha.wood arrived she
was smiling broadly as her husband
opened the door for her. "I've found
a guest for dinner! Guess who?"
"I'm not a good guesser but so

have I."

mg room through the week. The
room in the rear will be 32x24 feet
and will be divided from the front
one witK folding doors. This room
will be used by the Berean class,
taught by Dr. Van Hood, on Sunday,
and will be equipped with an up-to-date
gymnasium outfit for the ben

efit of its members through the week.

There will be strict rules erovernine-

"Mine is Marian Peck. She was In the gymnasium andit will be kept in
church alone and we sat together, i accordance with a Sunday school gym gym-It
It gym-It seems that she was to dine at her j nasium. It will not be open for use
uncle's John's stepfather, you know, j as a gymnasium on Sunday or on
but for some silly reason about Bess Wednesday night during prayer meet-

sne woman t. go at tne last mmme. ing The material to be t in thig

Forrest began to look worried. He
said nothing. .
"What's the matter? Aren't you
pleased, dear?" asked Helen, anx anxiously.
iously. anxiously. "Oh ah, yes, but my guest is none

other than John Adams, so if It's din-

building is all to be donated, so if any

one in Ocala wants a share in this
there is something they can do. The
greater part of the material has al already
ready already been donated, but there are still
some things needed. If you are in interested
terested interested in this move, please see or

Ing with him that Marian is trying call up one of the three committee-

to avoid, she's strictly in it." men, Rev. B. Stephens, D. Niel Fer-
Mrs. Harwood laughed. "All we ; guson or Harry O. Cole,
need now is Bess to make it a truly

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successful dinner party, eh, dear?
Next time we'll let well enough alone
and dine alone."
The telephone rang and the young
wife ran to answer it. She returned
In a moment wringing her hands.
"Worse and more of it. It's Bess!
She's In tears. Says she and John
were to have had a cosy little din-

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ner at some romantic inn they both ; boils, and carbuncles; that makes
knew about. Her family hadn't been j nerves stronger and steadier and gives
able to get home from Europe, you lto pale' ndown people the mullest
fcnow: But some way or other she meTasuJ,e. of ?Jand,iaJpPi?e8?-
Bess-discovered that John would be Pf0 S Gol?erV edlcal DlS(;0V DlS(;0V-hpMlrfnir
hpMlrfnir DlS(;0V-hpMlrfnir 0 ,orv,:,,r utery, free from alcohol or narcotics
breaking up a family party at home, i and extracted from roots and barks
a party of which his stepfather's j with Dure Ivcerine Hops insf. wt

niece, Marian, you know, was to be a 1 is stated above,, simply because it

banishes from the blood all poison and
i y

member, and she refused to go with

him. They quarreled, had words about

impure matter. It dissolves the im-

Marian, and she's heartbroken, and Pure deposits and carries them out, as
lonely and is coming to dine with us! Iit; des a.U impurities, through the liv liv-Therel
Therel liv-Therel Can you beat it?" I bowels kidneys and skin.
trrxrif' , 1 If you have indigestion, sluggish
ItH be some Thanksgiving!" Har- i iiver, backache over the kidney., nasal
wood remarked in current varnacular. ; or other catarrh, unsteady nerves or
"Marian, the bone, of contention, j unsightly skin, get Dr. Pierce's Gol Gol-Bess
Bess Gol-Bess and John, the quarreling lovers! den Medical Discovery today and
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wood. blood with the kind that puts energy
- Vhen all three guests were in theiand, ambon into you and brings
house, Bess Burleson upstairs taking i .and prous action
y,' f ,& All medicine dealers can supply you
off her outer wraps, Marian Peck In in p;tv, rtr faKiof

the living-room by the fire, and John

fifty cents for box of tablets to Dr.

Adams scowling in -the library, the! Pierce. Invalids' Hotel. Buffalo. N. Y.

host and hostess met in the hall. j Write for free booklet on blood.
"They're here," whispered Helen Mr. John Nichols, 404 Lond street,
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And at that moment Bess descend- (features connected with it. I had ex ex-ed
ed ex-ed the stairs, Marian stepped from posed myself to very inclement
the living-room and -John appeared weather while doing my farm work,
in the library door. s I was not a strong man, and was in a
- There was absolute silence as the run-down condition. Had tired, worn-

flve looked from one to another. I out feeling all the time, and myv de

Tm going to let it work Itself out,
explained Helen.

"What a jolly little party!" said
Forrest, boldly.
"Oh ah yes very Jolly, very jol jolly!"
ly!" jolly!" echoed John Adams.
And then and there there were ex explanations.
planations. explanations.
And with that, thanksgiving and

bility was so as to make my daily

duties very laborious. The only relief
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"Last night I hot-footed around to;

old M. Blowster'8 house and asked
him for his daughter's hand."
; "Well?"
"Then I cold-footed back."

Quite So.
"Young Whitcomb should get on in
the world. He's a plugger."
"Yes. What's he doing?"
"Dentistry." Philadelphia Ledger.

Reluctant Turk.
Turkish soldiers killed In battle are
supposed to go straight to paradise.
But somehow the iIea doesn't-seem to
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years, and it affords me pleasure to the merits of the various remedies
state that I have found them to be that are recommended for coughs and
just as represented. They are mild in colds, you will find that Chamberlain's
their action and the results have been : Cough Remery stands high in the es-

satisiactory. I value them highly, timation of people who use it. It is

For sale by all dealers. 3-l-15t

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

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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Don't Buy Tires Until it is Necessary
All Tires are Repaired and Guaranteed
(Personally.) This is Not Hot Air
FIVE YEARS EXP ERIE N
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"THE TIRE MAN"

by lv

Agent For Fislc and Firestone Tires
Next to Express Office N. Main St. Ocala, Florida.

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CULU JJJiiLL.

V ill yield big crops of corn cane, cowpeas, velvet beans, rape, peanuts, ktnizu, spine!es cactus
besides raising Bermuda, Rhodes, Para, Natal and other grasses for hay and pasture. With vA
these crops available, cattle, sheep and hogs can have green food the year round.
Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of
Lake Okeechobee Are Now Ready for Cultivation
These lands do hot need draining other than small ditches necessarv on anv farm. -Make a irh
to Okeechobee 5n the new division of the Florida East Coast Railway without delav, and f
yourself just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now onlv "a trifle over twelve hour
journey from Jacksonville.
Investigate This Wonderful Country While You
Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your Farm
You will find it unexcelled for general farming, livestock and poultry raising and for growing cri
kinds of vegetables common to Florida as well a.the finest citrus fruit. This town and ountrv
will grow at an amazing rate during the next few years. We also have excellent hind and tovnr
lots at ChuluoU and Kenansrille the former a fine lake section in Seminole County .Milled t"
fruit growing, trucking and general farming, and the latter a fertile pine land country' in (c d
County especially adapted to stock raising, general farming and fruit growing. Write todav fr -full
particulars to
J. E. INGRAHAM, Vice-President

Land and Industrial Department, Florida East Coast Railway
Room 200 City Building ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

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138 W. Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Oillsboro Hole!, TAEIPA fla.

Father of Income Tax.
Britain's, income tax, which the
rime minister thinks should be re revised,
vised, revised, was first imposed in January January-1799,
1799, January-1799, by the ingenious financier, Pitt.

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of Ma

rion county, Florida, intend to apply

Ta . ...

u was suDmiuea to Dy aD indignant j to the legislature of the state of FIor-1
nation, who got rid of the abomina- Ma of ifo r-.Ur ? lotn rnr

year3. But Napoleon j -it ., . 1

re-issue and validation of all outstand-1
ing county warrants issued by or un-

tion In three

could not be conquered without it,
and it made spasmodic entrances and I
exits, until in 1842.it became a hardy

annual. Ireland managed to. struggle j

on without it until 1857.

RECOMMENDS CIIAMBER-

i live rnirnn i?P"trriv

der authority of the board of county

j commissioners of Marion county, Flor-1
j ida, prior to Febraary 1st, 1915, or!

i such of said warrants a3 the said leg-
islature may see fit to authorize to be S

' re-issued and validated; and also pro-!

payment of interest

WILBUR IV. C. SLUT
Ftmeral Director c
Emfjalmcr

Wirh
E. C. Jordan & Co.'
.f'urr-jture and
L'nder'sers

Phone 1
Ocala, FIf

219 WEST BROAD"

rion

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to mvlvidin& for he

customers because I have confidence thereon, and for making the said war-
in it. I find that they are leased i rant iwmWs

with it and call for it when again in r.j r
need of such a medicine' write! J. W. Boar County Commissioners, Man

sexson, Montevallo, Mo. For sale by i uniy, rior;aa. i-:;u
all dealers. 3-l-15t
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The most complete Kn- of hirh

Have your choice Pabst's creamy j grade toilet articles in Ocala may be
"bock", or Pabst's Blue Ribbon on j found at our store reasonable pnees
draft, at Johnny's. 6-tf j prevail too. The Court Pharmacy. Gt

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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS !!p1

! vitiual cake a fc-autiluiiy ornamented.

J and candied grapefruit and orange

'mer home.

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The charming honoree was becora-

intrlv irowned in brown silk and lace.i i v:

(If you have any item.s for this department, cail 'phone lo)

Opening Session of Ocala's Second
Chautauqua
The opening of Ocala''s second
Chautauqua, an event which has been

awaited with pleasurable interest by

Ocala amusement seekers and those
in the vicinity for some time past.

7:45 p. m. Concert by the llearons
Sisters.
8:20 p. m. Miss Gay Zenola Mac Mac-Laren
Laren Mac-Laren in the play, "Bought and Paid
For."
X

U. D. C. Notice
Dickison Chapter, U. D.

monthly

C., will
business

looked better, being arrayed in sand
broadcloth and chiffon and wore pearl
jewels.
This is one of the several delightful
functions given by Mr. and Mrs. Ded Ded-man
man Ded-man during the tourist season. On
the previous occasions, the honorees

turned this afternoon from a stay of j was prettily decora it J U
several days m Gainesville, their for. ,Th W1,ta

, Mason Tison, Mr. and Mrs. Ica ; cli
Mr- and Mrs. Padgett, Mr. and 1U&
acht Club Prosrram fn Ted HowaII ?c .t; wh,,'- if:

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- aiumaa, uwe ana
Tea and cards every Thursday at 3 Mi,15an' Mattic Dixon, Messrs.
p. m. Uard aRd Albert Griffin, George Pas-
Danrino-'nnH r,u ,vrv Ti. teur Arch Shealey, Hally MlHi-an

e, oj, f"hn 1- T t

at 7 :30 d. m.

Dancing and cards every Saturday
at 7:30 p. m.
Saturday, March 13. Old Fashion-

and Charlie Lamb."

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drew a splendid audience to the Tern- hold its regmar

pie last night at 8:15 odock. wnen meeting Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock

at xne nome oi its president, :urs. D.

E. Mclver. Mrs. A. A. Winer.

Corresponding Secretary.

HOW WILL IT PAY YOU?
THEY ARE BUILT STRONG AND WILL LAST
APONGTIME.
THEY RUN EASY AND DO MORE AND BETTER
WORK WITH LESS LABOR.
THEY DO NOT GET OUT OF ORDER.
YOU GET LARGER AND BETTER CROPS, BE BECAUSE
CAUSE BECAUSE YOUR GROUND IS BETTER PREPARED.
THEY HAVE. THE LATEST LABOR-SAVING
ATTACHMFNTS.
THEY ARE AN INVESTMENT THAT BRINGS BIG
RETURNS.

MARION:
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COMPANY-'
OCALA, FLA.,

the curtain was rung up on the first

of the entertainment features which?.

will form a varied program during

n3ct ten cl&ys
Mr. W. T. Gary, president of thej A Beautiful Hospitality at Mcintosh
Marion County Chautauqua, in a fewj Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dedman were

well chosen words, after Rev. Bunyan.the gracious host and hostess at a de

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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 visitors
tors visitors are welcome:
We are Bottling, for the trade only, our fa famous
mous famous Georgia drink,
CHER0-C0LA

the drink that is famous for its purity, that satis satisfies
fies satisfies 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.

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

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CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.

CHOICE OF

URIST TRAINS

NORTH and NORTHWEST

DIXIE FLYER' "DIXIE LIMITED'
ATLANTIC LIMITED'

, "SEMINOLE LIMITED," "SOUTH
'MONTGOMERY ROUTE."

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STANDARD nAILROl OF THE SOUTH
Pullman cars Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville,
Indianapolis, Cleveland and intermediate points.
DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
For tickets and information call on Atlantic C :ne Ticket Agent, or
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
Jacksonville, Fla. Tampa, Fla.

PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER

Advice for the Timid.

Don't be afraid to be alone. Until

i you overcome such fear, you are in a
pitiable state of dependence. It means

Careful Estimates Made on all Con. that yu must fasten your presence
-j apon some other human being at all
mct Work. Gives More and Better tiraes Relcom.? or not, for you will
Tork for the Mrneyithan Any Other! grow eel fish in your fear, and ignore

in tho City.

the rights of others.

Stephens had offered a short prayer?
extended a hearty welcome to all of
those who attended the first Chautau Chautauqua
qua Chautauqua offering, and made a few neces necessary
sary necessary explanations as to the program,
etc. Dr. Geo. Selden Waldo, manager
of the Chautauqua, spoke next. He
emphasized the importance of being
punctual at the meetings, as they

would all begin on schedule time, and

in a gentle way asked the ladies not
to obstruct the view of others with
their hats.

The evening's entertainment was a

grand concert by Axel Skovgaard and

associate artists whom Dr. Waldo in introduced
troduced introduced as equalling if not excelling

nine-tenths of the present day musi-

cians. 31. SKovgaara is tne ceieorat-

ed Danish violinist and has played by

special request before" several of the

crowned heads of Europe. He "brought
with him Mme. Marie Ellerbrook, con contralto
tralto contralto and Miss Alice McClung, pian pianist.
ist. pianist. Their program is said to be one
of the strongest ever arranged for a
Chautauqua engagement in this state

and it was magnificently rendered.

The opening number was a sonata

in t, minor by Sjogren, played by
M. Skovgaard. He used his $13,000

Scandinavian violin with which he al

ways plays and that he is an artist

of exceptional power was proven from
the very first. His second number, a
concerto by Mendelssohn, was even
more beautiful than the first.

Aria from "Samson and Delilah" by

Saint-Saens, sung in costume by Mme.

Ellerbrook was the third selection.

This well known contralto has contri

buted largely to the musical circles of
the country. She is a young woman

and her fresh voice is full, vigorous

and possesses fine musical quality. To

the full enjoyment of all she appear

ed later on the program, singing "The

Cry of Rachel" (Salter) and "Little
Boy Blue" (Joice.) She generously
responded to an encore.

Quite as much an artist as the vio

linist was his accompanist, who ably

assisted M. Skovgaard, as well: as

Mme. Ellerbrook, all through the eve evening.
ning. evening. Miss McClung gave a solo

number which was exceedingly beau

tiful and which displayed to advant

age her capacity as a pianist. The

number was "Tarantella" by Liszt.

which is difficult, requiring much skill
to interpret it successfully. For an
encore she gave a left-hand solo,
Raff's "Cacantina," followed Danish,
Irish, Scotch, Chinese, Russian and
American folk dances, numbers beau beautifully
tifully beautifully rendered by M. Skovgaard. No
number in the group seemed to meet
with more favor than the air of the
player's native country except the
American song. For the latter he
pleased Floridians by playing "Way
Down Upon the Suwanee River." As

an encore he played Dixie, which gave
his hearers a thrill of the kind which
is not experienced Ht hearing any
other air.
The number of all the program in
which M. Skovgaard displayed his
brilliant technique, his" power and

command over his instrument was

Schubert's "Serenade." In his broken!

English he told of the poverty of the

composer and how he wro.te it to get a

morsel of bread,- which was later de denied
nied denied him. Kreisley's "Caprice Vien-

nois" tollowed and (Jyril Scott's "Tal

lahassee" was' the concluding number

of the program. Quoting from the
program leaf: "Tallahassee is entirely
new to the musical world and is a de departure
parture departure from all established tradi

tion. The composer tried to catch the

native genius of negro melodies."

The concert was a rare treat to

those present and so was the one this

afternoon given by the same artists.

The Chautauqua should be of tre

mendous importance to every inhabi inhabitant,
tant, inhabitant, regardless of class or station in
life. It should claim and receive the

hearty and enthusiastic support of

all. Every feature on the program is
beneficial, "appealing to the lover of

music, lover of peace, to the politician
and the lover of drama. If you can cannot
not cannot purchase a ticket for the entire

program, buy one for the attractions
that appeal to you most.
The program for today and tomor

row is as follows:
March 11th
2:45 p. m. Afternoon session.
7:45 p. m. Concert by Axel Skov Skovgaard
gaard Skovgaard and artists.
8:30 p. m. -Wm. Sterling Battis,
actor, "The Dickens manj" in costume
and make-up interpretations of the
Dickens characters:

'm March 12th
10:30 a. m. "The Bible's Scientific
Value" Dr Kerr Boyce Tupper.
2:45 p. m. Concert by the famous

Hearons Sisters.

3:30 p. m. -Entertainment by

Sterling Battis, "The Dickens

'ightfully appointed hospitality at
Lake View, their lovely suburban
home at Mcintosh, on Friday evening,
March 5th. The honoree was Mis3
Martha Baker of Nicholasville, Ky.,
the pleasant guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Dedman.
The attractive home was a bower of
tropical beauty, artistically decorated
with home grown roses of many beau beautiful
tiful beautiful varieties and graceful festoons
o ffragrant yellow jasmine.
The popular game of "Rook" was
the diversion of the evening in which
ten couples participated.
The delicious refreshments consist consisted
ed consisted of orange and grapefruit ice, indi-

a friend., both of whom are Mrs. Ded-

man's guests for the winter.

MEETING POSTPONED"

were Mrs. Frank Taylor of Nicholas

ville, Ky., mother of the hostess and eci Dances to the tune of the fiddle, at SONS OF VETERANS

Mrs. G. T. East of Greenville, Tenn.. 7:30 P- m.

edne-day, March 17. St. Patrick's j

uay, picnic supper with Irish stew, j On account of the Chautaur
Qvtm ) 1 ...

v w y. in. regular monthly meeting of J

Jrday, .March 2b. Fish fry and Martin Camp, S. C. V.. is poster rcl

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Reception to Brenau Girls
We clip the following from the
Gainesville (Ga.) News:
One of the most delightful func functions
tions functions of last week was the reception
Saturday afternoon given to the Tri
Delta Sorority of Brenau College by
their patronesses, Mrs. W. L. Logar.,
Mrs. Carlisle, Mrs. J. H. Hosch, Mrs,
U. R. Waterman, Mrs. ,E. E. Kim Kim-brough
brough Kim-brough and Mrs. W. C. Thomas at the
home of Mrs. Kimbrough on Green
street. The entire lower floor of this
attractive home was profusely adorn adorned
ed adorned in gay spring flowers and ferns.
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between tne hours of 4 and C about
65 young ladies called, including mem members
bers members of the Tri Delta Sorority, and
Gamma chapter of the Phi Mu Gam Gammas,
mas, Gammas, which have been absorbed by the
Tri Deltas. During the afternoon a
delicious salad course was served.

p.cnic supper at the club house, 6 p. m. j Friday evening, March 2?;.

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Mr. and Mrs. William Preece

re-

Wednesday, March 31. Basket pic

nic at the Chautauqua Grounds in
conjunction with the Bellevlew Civic
League, at 4 p. m,
D. S. Woodrow,
Secretary-Treasurer.
. A Lemon Social
The King's Daughters on Thursday
night, March 11, at the home of Mr.
arid Mrs. W. H. McConn, North Ocala,
will hold a lemon social. The usual
fee of ten cents will be charged, and
all the gentlemen are requested to

("bring a lemon.

Social Affairs at Anthony
A pretty social event of last week
was the dance given by Mr. and Mrs.
S. A. Lamb at their home in Anthony
on F.riday evening. Refreshments were
served in the hall where the table

W. T. Gary, Adjutas

PIANO CONTEST

Contestants must at no time, hav--taught
piano, or been employe?! as
paid pianist.
Piece must be recognized as by a
composer of high grade music.
No rag-time permitted.
No -piece shall take over ten min minutes
utes minutes for its rendition. The piece must
be fourth grade or higr.er.
Contestants will be marked
other things on the following: Po r rtion,
tion, rtion, memory, expression and execu execution.
tion. execution. Your names must be in my hand a
quickly. Contest at 3:30 p. m., March
13th.
See the beautiful gold medal on ex exhibition
hibition exhibition at Mr. Burnett's.
J. D. Rocney, Secretary.

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WILL PAY YOU TO BUY AT

on Dollar Day, because on the same high quality merchandise

which he always sells he has made lower prices. Little monej

will buy BIG BUNDLES of GOOD GOODS at his store on
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His counters will be covered from end. to end with numerou

Bargains in addition to the few Dollar Day Specials mentioned
in this space.

One lot Mens Under Underwear
wear Underwear -Shirts and Draw Drawersall
ersall Drawersall sizes, consist consisting
ing consisting of checked nainsook,
crepe and gauze the 5uc
values, 3 for

OOILilLi'AK. DAY BARGAINS

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One lot Plain Nain Nainsook
sook Nainsook and Long C 1 o t h,
36 in. wide worth 10 an t
12 cents. 12 yards for

1 .00

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One lot new colored.
Dress Goods, consisting
of voils, crepes, lawns,
etc., worth from 15 to 18
cents, 8 yards for
'1 .00

One lot JJen's Hats, worth frcii.' $1.50 to
$2.00, on DOLLAR MY for, J QQ
One lot Sheets, worth from 60 to 70c, on
DOLLAR DAY they will go JjJJ QQ
One lot of Sheets worth from 40 to 50c. on
DOLLAR DAY, they will go (fr (
at 3 for Pl.UU
One lot Comforts, worth from $1.35 to
$1.75, on DOLLAR DAY, at (J1 ff
9 men's Lion Brand, all linen 15c collars,

on DOLLAR DAY, at the
small sum of

One lot Ladies' Ribbed Summer Under Under-vests,
vests, Under-vests, worth from 10c to 15c, d 1 ff
12 for 31.UU
One lot Children's outing night gowns,

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One lot of Men's Elas Elastic
tic Elastic Seam Drawers, the
best 50 cent value, 3 for

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One lot Men's Half
Hose, the Btst 25c value
in black, tan and colors
at 5 pairs for

BIG

VALUE
FOR

YOUR
MONEY
NOW

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One lot of Ladies
Waists on-Dollar Day
at each

$1.00

worth
for .

from 50c. to GOc,

3

$1.00

One lot Children's Muslin Drawers, worth
,from 10 to 18 cents, DOL- (f
LAR DAY, 11 pairs for... P1UU
One lot of over 1200 yards of Dress
Ginghams, al new and fast colors, worth
from 10 to 15 c per yard, t AA
12 yards for J) 1 .UU
One lot 36 in Staple Percales, fast colors,
worth 12 Vzc per yard 3 AA
10 yards for J1.UU
One lot boys and girls Romptrs, all col colors
ors colors and sizes, worth 50c, 1 AA
3 for iPl.UU
One lot White Dress Goods, Shirting,
Waisting etc., consisting of Sheer Lawns
Madras, Voils, Crepes, etc., worth from
15c to 25c per yard, 3 A A
8 yards for P 1 .VJKJ

One lot Ladies Summer Ribbed Union

Suits, worth 50c. at 3
for .. ..

$1.00

Brown Do-
01 .00

One lot of 850 yards, 27 in
mestic, wroth 5c per yard,
.30 yards for

One lot 36 in Bleached Domestic, Lons Lonsdale
dale Lonsdale and other staple brands, worth

from 10 to 12 c. per yard CI HA

Corsets, the

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small

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13 yards for
One lot of American Lady

$1.50 and $2.00 values, at
each,
One lot Childrens' Low Shoes,
2 and 3 pairs on DOLLAR
DAY for

One lot of Ladies' Shoe.-, wihch we

fer on DOLLAR DAY at ? f
per pair -Oi vll

One lot of Laces and Embroieries, worth

double the price, .O to

at from

will of-

'2c t0 10c

in

Inspect our new line of Palm Beach Suits, Boys Pants, Mens, Boy

and Childrens Straw Hats, just in.

Dollar Day, March 15; 1915, at

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Miss Lilla Brumby is expected
borne in a few days after an absence
of, many months. Until several weeks
ago she was with her sister, Mrs. P.
, A. Dealer in Washington, D- C, and
since leaving there has been enjoying
a series of visits to relatives in Geor Georgia
gia Georgia and is now with her cousins in
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Jacksonville.
In response to a telephone message
Monday night, Mr. and Mrs. N. G. W.
Wilson of Barnwell, S. C, arrived in
Ocala Tuesday afternoon to be with
their young grandson, who has been
quite ill at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Wilson. Master
Wilson is convalescing and yesterday
his grandfather returned home, leav leaving
ing leaving Mrs. Wilson for a longer visit.
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Weir for a visit of severaljiay

,Jiliss6s Tommie Standley and

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ginia Sistrunk' will go to Gainesvill
tomorrow af ternobn to attend the
university dances (that evening. Miss
Standley will visit Mrs. Chestnut and
Miss Sistrunk Mr. and Mrs. William
Dale.
Bishop Cameron Mann has gone to
Kansas City in response to a telegram
telling df the serious illness of a close
friend.
Mrs. William Hocker's host of
friends will regret to learn that she
is suffering from an attackof mumps.
"Dr. II. C. Howard and Mr. Charlie
Howard, guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Howard, will leave tomorrow for their
home in Champaign,; 111.
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Mr. O. H. Rogers of Lynnc was the
guest -last night of his parents, Col.
and Mrs. R. F. Rogers, leaving this
morning for Raiford to attend to business;-:
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Dr Ruth Arnold left this afternoon
for Tampa to remain a week and
- probably longer;
rjrs. A. F. Adcock and little son ar
rived today from Sty Petersburg for a
visit with her parents, Dr. and Mrs
F. E. McClane, and-sister, Mrs. T. J.
.Killebrew.
Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hood, Mrs. W.
E. Collier and daughters and Mrs. L.
W. Lyons and little son returned yes
terday from a pleasant auto trip to
DeLand.
Miss Erin Yonge, who since her re return
turn return from Jacksonville has been
quite sick, is able to be out again.
Mrs. 'Roland Keating's friends are
glad to see that she has recovered
from her recent severe illness.
' WEATHER REPORT
This report is made from observa

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tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min. IF.
March 1 .......,.:.;56 46 S.
March 2 ...65 37
March 3 62 51
March 4 I .v. . .72 ; 56 4
Mai-ch 5 .72 52 .89
March 6 ........... ,70: 48; ...
March 'T ..60 44 ..
March 8 ........... .54 36
March 9 ... A ...... 60 28
March 10 .... . .65 45 .

Local Forecast
Fair tonight and Friday.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Noso
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla. :
A large shipment of Dennison's
crepe paper in all colors just reciv reciv-i
i reciv-i at the Court Pharmacy. 17-6t
Our prescription department is our
pride. Ask the doctor. The Court
Pharmacy. 17-6t
All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf
People who trade with the Rexall
stores'; get best quality in everything.
Gerig's.- 18-tf ....
FOR PLUMBING
AND ELECTRIC WORK
Call J. F. Robbinsoh at phone 443. All
work guaranteed, 2-13-tf
Ventilate the Bedroom Bedroom-Sleep
Sleep Bedroom-Sleep with the bedroom window
wide open. The superstition that
night air is unhealthy even for an In Invalid
valid Invalid is entirely talse. On the con contrary,
trary, contrary, night ah especially in large
cities, is purer and better than day
air, because it :ontams less dust and
fewer microbes. To "get the best ven ventilation
tilation ventilation have the window open at
both top and boom.
In Search of Knowledge.
"I shall call upon a fortune teller
this morning," said Mr. Blubb. "Go "Going
ing "Going to try -to" learn something about
the future?' asked Mr. Waggles. "Yes,
I'm; going to ask him when he expects'
to pay the arrears of rent for that cot-'
tage of mine he Is occupying as a
'School of Astrology and Institute for
Psychical Research.'
Always Unprofitable.
In labor as in ltfef there can be no
chcatir.. The thief steals from hlra-
riie swindler swindles himself.
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One lot figured Voile Dress- (M flfl
es, valaes up to $8 at pioUU

One lot Ladies waists, all
sizes
One lot Kimonas and House
Dresses--- i.---

Ladies Undervests. 15c
ues. 10 for : ..-.v.-

1.50 luslin and Crepe M fin
Gowns at -, -: - -. 1 uu
35c Wayne Knit Hose, CT flfl
Lisle Thread, all col. 4 pr. 41.UU

New Leather Hand Bags
all new shapes, $1.50

.Estpa;'Sp'8cial Prices. On' E

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Moose mee this evening.
Fraternal Union meets tonight.
Woodmen meet tomorrow evening.
Smoke Cuba? Club, 5c Cigar.
'
Mr. Julian Bullock has a position in
the county clerk's office.
Globe-Wernicke safes at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. 6-3t.
Mr. John Potts of Cotton Plant was
in town today. ; -
Business is always good at Gerig's,
because it is the Rexall store. 18-tf
Mr. W. J. Hilands returned this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from a business visit to Atlanta.-;
.:'-'.r'.
Subscribe for your
The Murray Company.
magazines at
6-3t
Mr. Gordon Watkins and Judge
Barksdale of Dunnellon were in the
city today.
Dr. J. Walter Hood's new office tele telephone
phone telephone number is 284. 15-tf ;
Dr. M. C. IzLt left this afternoon
for Atlanta attend a dental clinic. He
gill be absent untljionday.
Globe-Wernicke cabinet supplies at
The Murray Company. 6-3t
Mr. J. J. Williams of Homosassa,
of the Homosassa Fish Company, was
in town today.
Mr. Clinton Schultz of Inverness,
the well known fertilizer salesman,
is in town today. Mr. Schultz is en
joying a visit from his mother, whose
home is in Seymour, Mo.
Smoke Cuban Ciut, 5c Cigar.
Mr. W. E. Clark of New York,
president of the H. B. Masters Com Company
pany Company of this city and-the New York
buyer for the firm, arrived in Ocala
yesterday afternoon to spend a few
weeks with the other members of the
company here
Mr. Lee Stapp of Mr. H. M. Hamp
ton's law onJcetafl returned today
from hisTfomerhome in Oxford,
where he has been sending the past
ten days fishing and resting up.
Owing to a temporary blocking of
the track" south of "iDunnellon, the
Coast Line's Pinellas special came
thru Ocala yesterday afternoon. It is
a fine train, and had on board a good
bunch of tourists for Belleajr and Sk
Petersburg.
Mr. Ivan Lanier, after several days'
tussle with the grip, is again able to
be at his post in the Annex drugstore.
Mclver & MacKay today shipped
the remains of the late Mr. McMur McMur-phy
phy McMur-phy to his old home in Randolph, Vt.
Mr. Tim Harley left today for Quin Quin-cy,
cy, Quin-cy, where a fine position has been of offered
fered offered him. Mr. Harley's numerous
Ocala friends will miss him.
Mr. R. S. Hall of Ocala. one of
Florida's leading citizens, as well as
one of the most prosperous, is in" the
city a guest at the Hillsboro, in which
Mr. Hall formerly ownedv a large in interest.
terest. interest. He is also owner of the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Mall at Ocala; one of South
Florida's handsome and most hospita hospitable
ble hospitable hostelries. Tampa Tribune.
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean. tf

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All our regular 12 l-2c yard (Ti flfl
Ginghams at 10 yards ..f ItUU

$1.00
$1.00

5 yards Kimona Plissee, 25c

value
Fancy Flake
8 yards
val
$1.00
$1 ff
val. 4 'uu 7
y 8 yards
WACAHOOTA
Wacahoota, March 8. We fear the
cold wind of last night and today
will do considerable damage to young
vegetables.
Mrs. V. P. Smith and Mrs. Sara
Shuler were shopping' in Mkanopy
last Tuesday.
Mrs. Chas. Mixson and grandaugh grandaugh-ter,
ter, grandaugh-ter, Katherine Mixson, Mrs. Ernest
Lyles and children and Mr. Tunno
Mixson, of Gainesville, motored down
Tuesday afternoon and called' on
Mrs. Elvin Bruton.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Newsome, of
Williston, were guests to, dinner of
Mrs.: C. Mv- Smitji Thursday. In the
afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Newsome and
Mr. Cedrick and Miss Rosalfe Smith
enjoyed a fishing, trip and caught
some nice trout. : : t
Mr. and Mrs. C. M.. Smith spent
Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. I. N.
Rawls, of Montbrook.
Mrs. J. M. Smith' and son returned
Saturday from a visit to relatives at
St. Petersburg, Plant City and Lake Lakeland.
land. Lakeland. They report a grand trip and
say strawberries and vegetables are
flourishing in those places.
Mr. Clarence Smith was a week end
visitor to the University City,
were
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith
guests, of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epper
son, of Williston, Saturday and Sun
day v. : ; .
Mr. Cedrick Smith and Miss Ethel
Vlrs. D' R. Zetrouer, at Shiloh Sun-
aay.
Rev. Geo. Henderson, of Williston,
filled his regular appointment here
Sunday, afternoon. He was accom accompanied
panied accompanied over by, Mrs. Henderson and
two daughters.
Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Bruton and son
J. D. will leave today for Lakeland,!
where Mr. Bruton goes as a delegate
from the W. O. W. 'camp-of Micanopy
to the W. O. W. State Head Camp
which convenes at Lakeland this week.
Mrs. Bruton will visit 'friends while
there
Mr. C. R. Curry was a business visi visitor
tor visitor to Reddick Saturday.
LEST YOU FORGET
Lest the older people forget, and
the younger never know, the beauty
of the stens of the old-fashioned
dances, the Lake Yeir 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 r
Grand march and Sicilian circle.
Square dance.
Schottische.
Contra dance (chorus jig).
Waltz.
Contra dance (old Zip Coon). ;
Square dance (Portland fancy).
12.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Intermission.
8. x Two-step.
9. Square dance.
10. Contra dance (money musk),
llj Polka.
12. Square dance.
13. Contra dance (Virginia reel).
Extras.
Only the music of the fiddle will be
heard. Two Yankee tiddlers, wno
have had years of experience in fur furnishing
nishing furnishing music for the old-time "hoe-
downs" have been scraping the strings
for a week in anticipation of the event,
It will be a real old-fashioned dance,
and club members, old and young,
will find it one of the most entertain entertaining
ing entertaining numbers on the long list of de delightful
lightful delightful events that the club has en enjoyed,
joyed, enjoyed, Get your partners.
Fan-Shapdd Tree.
Elm trees have Deen planted in th
squares and parks of our city where
you may make their acquaintance.
They are trees you can learn to rec recognize
ognize recognize ct a distance because of their
generpjl form or habit of growth. A
well-grown tree is broad and rather
flat across the tcp. and for this -.reason
it is called a fan-shaped tree.

$1.00
Suitings,
.$1.00

Lonsdale Bleaching, special (1 flfl
12 yards 4)I.UU
Lyke Linen Sheer Quality T1 flfl
10 yards 4I.UU
Good Quality Sheer Nainsookf 1 flfl
10 yards 4I-UU

40-Inch Dotted Swiss Sheer M flfl

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THE 'MARKETS
Chicago, 111., March 11. May wheat
1.50.
Corn, 72.
Oats, 56.
Pork, 17.50.
July lard, 10.70.
May ribs, 10.02.
OCALA FRATERHAL ORDERS
aiARION-DUXX 3IASOXIO IXIGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge ?zq. 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
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge'& hal! 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, 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth "Buesday even-
!ngs in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome; -- Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
, David S. Willi ms, E, R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL OKHElt OF MOOSE
. Ocala Lodge No. 699, L O. M
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. na.
Visiting bretherir always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on ,Mag
nolia street, near postofiioe.
a. D. Rooney, Dictator.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. P.,
meets in Vonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel wel-rome'
rome' wel-rome' always extended to visiting
brethren: J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Traternai Union
-.if' America, meets in Yonge's Hall
mi the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
- Chas. K. Sags, Secretary. Ad-
WOODMEN OF TI1K WORLD
Fot King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 7:30 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, oyer the James Carlisle
Irugstore. A cordial 'velcome to vls vls-ting
ting vls-ting brothers.
Charles-. Goddard, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER 0. 13, R. A. 31.
! Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the
' fourth Fidav in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Broirn, Secretary.
IOCAL. TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
PjTthian sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
carau kj. xiilcu, m. xj. j.
Kate B. Howell, M. R. and M. G
Iron Ore in the Antipodes.
All of the Australian states are
well supplied with iron ore, New
South Wales having the richest de deposits.
posits. deposits. Quite in Accord.
"When we were married we thought
our tastes were congenial!" says she.
"Well." answered he, they are. We
both like to argue." Wi,hington
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LADIES SHOES

One Lot of Ladies HighSt LowM
Shoes broken sizes, pair v

$1.50 Velvet Rugs all new
patterns, a bargain at

.Table Damask 70 inches wide(M
regular 75c yd,- 2 yds v"

Napkins special lot regular
price $1.50 doz thisday doz
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
Atlantic Coast Line
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg
9:05 p. m.v
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville
6:05 a. m.
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 2:18 a. m.
No. 38, S' Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 2:25 a. m.
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg 2 MO p. ra.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to JacKsin
ville 1:14 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka 4:10 pJX
No. 141, Palatka to Ocala Yd: 50
a. m.
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa
Leaves, 2:25 pl'm.""'""'
v No. 48, Homosassa f 6 Ocala- -Arrives
1:05 p. m.
No.-35 (Sunnyjim) Ocala to Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland 6:40 a. m., Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
'-No. 32 (Sunnyjim) .Lakeland to
Ocala 9 : 50 p. m., Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox- 6 :10 a.
m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala 5:45 p.
m., "Monday; Wednesday and Friday.
" Ocala Northern
No. 71 Arrives from'f alatka. i
i j .ou a. m.
No. 72 'Leaves Ocala- for "Palais
at 1:05 p.m.
BEST TREATMENT
t oil CONSTIPATION
"My daughter used Chamberlain's
Tablets for constipation with good re results
sults results and I can recommend them high highly'
ly' highly' writes Paul B. Rabin, Brushly, La.
For sale by all dealers. 3-l-15t
j Those to Be Envied.
Those are most to be envied -who
soonest learn to expect nothing for
which they have not worked hard,
and who never acquire the habit of
pitying themselves overmuch, even If
In after life they happen to work in
vain. Lord Macaulay.
WHIFF OF THE PINE FORESTS!
How it clears the throat and head
of its mucous ailments. It is this spir
it of newness and vigor from the
health-giving piny forests brought
back by Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
Antiseptis and healing. Buy a bot bottle,
tle, bottle, today. All druggists, 25c. Elec Electric
tric Electric Bitters a Spring Tonic. iMon tues,
Fri wkly. Adv.
Patch Broken Plaster.
To fill up the broken place in th
plastering make a mixture as follows:
Two .parts each of sifted coal ashes
and sand, one part of wheat flour,
mixed with water. This can be ap applied
plied applied with little trouble, and hardens
quickly.
Wanted Her Egg "Shut."
Little Laura's mother was opening
an egg for her. The child, looking at
he whole eggs in the dish, remon remonstrated:
strated: remonstrated: "Oh, mamria, I don't want
that kind. I want a shut egg. if you
please I"
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NO USE TO TRY AND WEAR
OUT YOUR COLD IT WILL
WEAR YOU OUT INSTEAD
Thousands keep on suffering coughs
and colds through neglect and delay.
Why make yourself an easy prey tr
serious ailments and epidemics as th
result of a neglected Cold? Coughs
and Colds sap your strength and vi vitality
tality vitality unless checked in the early
stages. Dr. King's New Discovery is
what you need the first dose helps.
Your head clears up, you breathe free freely
ly freely and you feel so much better. Buy
a bottle today and start taking it at
once. Mon Tues Fri wky adv.
. Hadn't Looked for That.
"When we bought dear littfe Bobby
the electric flashlight he had been
begging for so long," says a mother,
"we never anticipated that the first
time we had company he would hold
It up to the guest's ear and say: 'Oh,
I just want to see If your ear is
clean!' 7"'

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50c Silk Neckwear, speciai (fl
4 for

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35c Kool rtnit Underwear
4 for :
35c Mens' Silk Hose. Black
and Colors
A lot of new Negligee Shirts
all new pattern, $1.50 val.
$1.50 Boy Scout Suits, lim limited
ited limited Stock -
One Lot Boys Shoes, odds
and ends, per pair
One Lot Felt Hats, broken

$1.00

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OPENING SOON
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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 city charter of the said city as
follows:
.That all taxes which are levied by
said city upon real and personal prop property
erty property shall be collected substantially
in the same manner provided by laiv
for the collection of state and county
taxes, or that may be hereafter pro provided,
vided, provided, in so far" as the same is appli applicable;
cable; applicable; that the city council of said
city shall be the equalization board for
said city in such matters and that it
shall be empowered to provide by or ordinance
dinance ordinance for the hearing -and adjusting
of all tfomplaints in such matters, and
for the time of assessing and collect collecting
ing collecting such taxes, the opening and clos closing
ing closing of the tax books, the duties of
the tax assessor in relation to the re return
turn return and assessment of property, in
addition to the powers already con conferred
ferred conferred in such matters upon aid
council; that any property not taxed
for any year by reason of omission or
error, or that escaped the payment of
the taxes for any year by reason of
such error or omission, shall be taxed
the next ensuing year for both the
tax for the year in which such error
or omission occurred in addition to
the taxes for such ensuing year.
To empower said city to levy a spe special
cial special tax annually not to exceed one
mill on all property taxable by said
city, for the maintenance or assist assistance
ance assistance of hospitals, band concerts, and
rest rooms within the corporate limits
of said city, and to secure publicity
for said city.
To empower said city to furnish
electric current and power to all per persons
sons persons either within or without the cor corporate
porate corporate limits of said city that the
city council of said city shall see fit;
to build, operate and maintain 'elec 'electric
tric 'electric 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 council
cil council shall see fit, and to issue bonds in
accordance with law for such purpos purposes
es purposes 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 riiall
show it to contain more than 1Q,OQO
inhabitants.
That there shall be a city cleric, a
city treasurer and a city collector

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isoi necessity. To supply that ne-"
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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 caiJ city to issue in industrial
dustrial industrial bonds not to exceed $50,000,
fo encourage and assist in the estab establishment
lishment establishment 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 approved
proved approved b" a majority of the bond trus trustees
tees trustees of taid city, provided the interest
charged on such loans i3 not to be le 3
than the interest paid on uch bonds.
To empower the said city to re reassess
assess reassess paving and sidewalk special as assessments
sessments assessments which may be void by rea reason
son reason of irregularities and errors; sr.
to empower the said city to
serve notice on unknown property
owners or absent property owners by
publication in newspapers when such
property owners may be required to
construct any street or sidewalk' pav paving
ing paving on any property by said city.
That the members of the citv coun council
cil council are to each receive the salary of
?15 per month, and that any mem member
ber member absenting himself from any reg regular
ular regular meeting cf the city council shall
have the sum of $7.50 deducted frcm
such salary, unless he had first se secured
cured secured tb.9 written consent cf the
president, of the council to be absent.
That only the duly qualified and
registered voters of the Kaid city who
possess real or personal property sub subject
ject subject to taxation by said city to ths
amount of f 200 and who have paid the
taxes la:.-t due thereon shall be per permitted
mitted permitted to vote in any election called
for the purpose of issuing bonds of
the said city.
That no franchise of any kina shall
be granted by the city of Ocala, to
any person, firm or corporation, with without
out without the consent of a majority of th'. th'.-registered
registered th'.-registered voters of the city of OcaLi
voting at an election for that purposc
called,ar.d that any person, firm v.
corporation desiring to secure anv
such franchise shall deposit with the
city clerk of the said city at such
time as sl.all be fixed by the city
council, a sufficient sum of mcr.ey, the
amount thereof to be fixed by tha city
council, sufficient to defray all the ex expenses
penses expenses of calling and holding euc!i :.r,
election.
City Council of the City cf Ocala.
2-S-mon-2m
Did You Knsw That
FrogsIeg3 are useful to men
eating purr-oses. but more ur.2f:xl
the fro s for jurni'ins purposes?

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