The Ocala evening star

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

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

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VOL 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 12, 1915
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IMED THAT PRESIDENT I'JILSOII HAS DECIDED TflAT THE CRUISER MUST BE HELD

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-Newport News, March 12Captain
Thierichsen of the Prinz Eitel Fried-!
rich late yesterday afternoon formally
announced to Collector of Customs
Hamilton that it was not his intention J
to intern his vessel and that unless j
the United States refuses to grant;
him the necessary time for repairs j
and restrains him the converted cruis cruis-ej
ej cruis-ej would attempt to continue its voy voyage
age voyage of adventure.
SAYS
HE HAD CAUSE TO SINK
AMERICAN SHIP
. Captain Thierichsen todav in a!
sworn statement sent to Washington
declared that he was justified in sink-1
ing the American ship, William Frye,
because she carried yellow maize, a
conditional contraband, consigned to
a 'belligerent port.
1 The repair work on the Eitel is be-!
ing pushed rapidly.
FEAR KARLSRUHE MET ITS
, ." FATE
r Officers of the Eitel admitted today
that they feared the cruiser Karsruhe
had: been sunk in the West Indies.
She has been unheard from in sev sev-:
: sev-: cral months'. - -' ;-'
ALMOST
CERTAIN TO
TERNED
BE IN-
Vashington, March 12. "There, is
no doubt whatsoeyer that the Ger German
man German cruiser Prinz Eitel Friedrich
will be interned," said Assistant Sec Sec-,
, Sec-, retary of the Treasury Peters, after
a conference with President Wilson
today. It is inferred that th presi president
dent president is determined that the raider
shal not depart.
WANTS THREE WEEKS
'Newport News, March 12. The
commander of the Prinz Eitel Fried Fried-ench
ench Fried-ench asked permission this afternoon
to. keep the ship here three weeks
necessary for repairs.
TnE DREAM GIRL
(By W. X. Lamar)
The prettiest girl that I've met
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this town,
From Fort King tp Teuton's good
store,
Is a girl with a will, a smile that
does kill,
For she dishes them out by the
score. .: .-y
The first time I saw her, my heart
stood stock still,
She turned me to stone with a
glance,
And I said, "Holy smoke, to own such
a queen,
I would take any kind of a
chance."
She had sea-going eyes, with lashes
so long,
And brown hair in generous
waves,
Vith a bright coral reef of magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent teeth
Plus complexion all womankind
craves.
Her raiment was perfect, Ker carriage
superb,
- A magnificent manner had she,
AM I said as I watched her "trip"
. down the long street, y :
That she was the girl for me
She's smart, energetic and very well i
read.
'Artistic, ambitious and bright,
But "alack" not a chance for this poor
little "shrimp;
For she has different dates every
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Can you guess the name of this beau
tiful girl,
' Who takes all the men .by the
heart
Leads them a chase, and drops them
before
They've even a 'chance to start?
m
" Mr. Lamar offers reward of one
cigar to the gentleirian guessing the
name of the young lady this poetry
inspired. f
Dr. J. Walter Hood's new office tele telephone
phone telephone number is 284. 15-tf
f4 large shipment of Dennlson's
crepe paper in all colors just receiv receiv-i
i receiv-i at the Court Pharmacy. 17-6t
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
hnow what you mean.
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REASON FOR IB

PENDING II1STIGATI
VOLUNTEERS
EflE VALIANT
BRITAIN'S NEW TROOPS SHOW SHOWED
ED SHOWED GREAT BRAVERY

Paris, March 12. The Germans'1? declared the new foreign minister

lost 5000 men when they were
de de-the
the de-the lfeated at Neuve Chapelle by
British Wednesday. The British vol-
unteers taKing part in- tne engage engagement
ment engagement showed great bravery occupy occupying
ing occupying the town. The British repulsed
three attacks last night,
i The war office claims that the
French are making noteworthy pro progress
gress progress in the Champagne region.
British warships are shelling the
coast in the vicinity of West Ende.
ALLIES SLOWLY PUSH ON
Paris, March 12. -Belgians have
gained 500 yards each of Nieuport.
The British are attacking in the La La-Bassee
Bassee La-Bassee region. The French "are tak taking
ing taking the offensive in the Champagne
district.
CIVIC COMMITTEE
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DISTRIBUTING SEED
v The Civic Committee of. the Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Club" is -distributing one thous thousand
and thousand packages of flower seed which
were sent to Mrs. O. T. Green by
Congressman Frank Clark for this
purpose.': .w-V,
Each of r these packages contains
several packets of seed which wifl be
distributed without charge to ; any
child who wishes to enter the flower
contest. The only conditions imposed
are that the child shall pledge himself
to cultivate and care for the plants
and make reports to. the committee.
J Prizes will be offered for the best gar
den and for tle best display of cut i
flowers growrt by the contestants. j
Children- desiring 'to supplement j
the seed distributed will be permitted t
to do so. The following suggestions
for culture and management are of offered
fered offered by the committee:
V Select your garden plot in an open
space where there will be plenty of j
sunlight. -You cannot grow flowers
under trees. If possible select a placer
out of reach of chickens and animals.
Prepare your beds by working well j
rotted manure, soil where leaves have'
rotted or trash has been burned
tn tbpm StuuU if. nn woll nnd
move trash and lumps. Plant 'your
seed in shallow rows, cover lightly
and press down each row with a board
to "firm" the soil, then water well
with light spray. Water your beds
daily if you wish the best results, but
spray them gently instead of drench drenching
ing drenching them. --,
, --, When your plants have formed from
four to eight leaves thin them out,
lifting them carefully and transplant transplanting
ing transplanting such as you wish to save. In
transplanting it is better to work in
the afternoons and always water well

d shade the pJants unti, they start!cash.mith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

to grow. A little water at the roots
is better than on the surface when
you are transplanting, neep your
f from weeds and work often
I xms win neep me sun lruiu pac&uig
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and will make your plants grow fas-
er. Dont try to grow too many va varieties.
rieties. varieties. A few plants well taken care
of will be more pleasure than many
not well cared for.
Asters, zinnias, marigolds, pinks,!
sunflowers, ladyslippers, sweet alys alys-sum,
sum, alys-sum, candytuft, bachelor, buttons,
sweet William, salvias snapdragons,
foxgloves, larkspurs, ragged robins,
cosmos, mignonette, ageratum, cannas,
geraniums, morning glories, black black-eyed
eyed black-eyed Susans, nasturtiums, are easy to
grow and can be made to give a world,
of pleasure to small gardeners. All
these are suited to spring planting and
come into flower early.
Mrs. Geo! J. Blitch,
Chaiman.
Easter cards, The Murray Company.

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THE AMERICAN SHIP!

IU0E III CONTROL
CONSTANTINE WILL TRY7 TO
KEEP HIS COUNTRY OUT
OF THE CONFLICT
Athens, March 12. "Greece will'
maintain hftr nontralitv mnhatin-
today, in the first official utterance
since the overthrow of the Venizoles
cabinet. King Constantine is now in
supreme control. He has ordered the j
authorities to prevent all war dem- i
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onstrauons.
FULLY REALIZED BY
: MANY'S UNDER SEA
FIGHTERS
GER-
The Hague, March 12J-A secret
report has been sent firibrif Cuxha Ven
to Berlin that' twelve submarines
failed to report at the base of opera operations,
tions, operations, eight of this number being the
fnewest of the German craft.
LENGTHENING THE
: CONTRABAND LIST
Soon
be Nothing to Ship Safely on
the High Seas
London, March 12. Raw wool,
wool ; tops, woolens and worsted
yarns have been-' declared contraband.
ttUIN DUiCAS WILL. BE HELD
Carries
Arms
and Ammunition
for
Carranza
Ky West, March 12.
Government
orders were received here today to
hold the steamer Honduras, which put
into this port for repairs. The Hon-
duras carries a cargo of arms and
ammunition for Carranza, the Mexi Mexican
can Mexican constitutionalist leader.
SUICIDE OF SIEVERS
Couldn't
Survive the Destruction
of
His Corps
Berlin, March 12. A News dis-
Patch says that Baron Sievers, the

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in-Russian commander in the Mazurian
rP-iLake region, committed suicide when

the Tenth Army Corps was destroyed
by the Germans. l
Try these .delicious hot snd cold
drinks serveu at the Court Phar Phar-macyi
macyi Phar-macyi 17-6t
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds, of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
TTIH30
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IS GOOD FOR
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On any Suit in our line.
ENGLISH W00LFN LliLLS

PUSHItIG FORWARD WITH A QUARTER OF A
1011 OF III AGAINST PflZASElYSX

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Petrograd, March 12. It was offi officially
cially officially admitted today that the Ger Germans
mans Germans have made some gains in the
great battle raging along the Narew Narew-Bobr
Bobr Narew-Bobr front. It is asserted that this
will have no effect on the result of the
conflict.
HINDENBURG SWINGING
HIS
HAMMER
The Germans are making a terrific
drive against Ostroleka and Poltusk.
General Von Hindenburg with nearly
a quarter of a million troops is press pressing
ing pressing heavily against the Russians
around Przasnysz. JThere is' a lull in
the fightingalong the Pilici river, but
hard fighting is in progress at Simno,
r
west of the Niemen river.
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TROUNCING THE TURKS
Further Russian successes against
Jthe Turks are reported from Tiflis.
j MRgi jqhn D. ROCKEFELLER
Good
American Mother has Gone
to Her Eternal Rest
New York, March 12. Mrs. John
D. Rockefeller died this morning.
Mrs. Rockefeller waf seventy-five
year's old and, had been ill for several
months. Her death, which occurred
at Pocantico Hills, was kept a secret
for a short time. The effect of the
news on stocks was i feared because
of the influence Upon the health of her
husband through grief. Mr. Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller and John D. Rockefeller, Jr.,
are at Ormond, :Fla.
MRS. McCLURE ELECTED
SECOND VICE PRESIDENT
At the meeting in Jacksonville this
week of the" State BoaroToi Graduate
Nurses, Mrs. Grove:- C. McClure of
this city, a graduate of the nurses'
training school at the Marion County
Surgical Hospital, "of the class of
1912, was sleeted to the'oflice of sec sec-ond
ond sec-ond vice president. -y.
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IMPROVING A COTTAGE :
Mr. J. D. MeCaskill is remodeling
a cottage on North First street for
Mr. Lanier Robertsdn. The house is
situated next door west from Mr.
Robinson's home. It was first moved
back further from the street and is
now being made into a neat cottage.
Mr. Chalker, who has charge of the
county Jail speaks very highly of the
good work of the new homemade
soap, manufactured in Ocala. He says
that at the jail, where hard water is
used, impressing personal -cleanliness
on the prisoners has been a task, and
he had reached the point where he had
about decided to sandpaper some of
his charges. However, he bought for
them, the other day, some of the
made-in-Ocala soap, and they found
pleasure. The Star rec0mmends all
- .. . t .
ua its Arienus 10 ue painoiic ana give
this soap a trial. Some of them need
it.
At their meeting tonight, the Wood Woodmen
men Woodmen will hear the report of the mem members
bers members who attended the meeting of the
head camp in Lakeland. A good at
tendance should be on hand.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
PECI'IL

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OARN BUILDING.

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BEATEN IN A
BIG BATTLE
RUSSIANS IN SUWALKI ARE IN IN-HURRIED
HURRIED IN-HURRIED RETREAT
Berlin, March 12. The Germans
again defeated the Russians north of
Augustowo, and the enemy is retreat retreating
ing retreating hurriedly to escape disaster. The
Germans captured 4000 men with a"
large quantity of ammunition. Over
300 prisoners were taken in the re region
gion region around Przasnysz.
It is admitted that the British have
captured the town of Neuve Chapelle.
The Germans have repulsed the war warships
ships warships bombarding Wfest Ende.
MURDER BE HANDS
ANOTHER AMERICAN TnE VIC VICTIM
TIM VICTIM DF MEXICAN AS ASSASSINS
SASSINS ASSASSINS Washington, March 12. John Mc Mc-Manus
Manus Mc-Manus of Chicago, an American citi citizen,
zen, citizen, was killed by Zapataists when
they entered Mexico. City. The Unit United
ed United States will demand the punishment
of the assassins. McManus is accus accused
ed accused of firing on Zapata's soldiers.
SITUATION IMPROVED IN MEX MEXICO
ICO MEXICO CITY
Washington, March 12. A government-message
states, that -Gen. Obre Obre-gon's
gon's Obre-gon's forces "exacuated Mexico City
Wednesday night, and that the city Js
now quiet.
Mr. Charles Goddard has.Teturned
from Palatka, .whexe he attended the
cj,
K.,of P. 9rand Lodge, .which, he- saysj
was one of the greatest ...fraternal
events he ever paw. Supreme jlhkn jlhkn-ccllor
ccllor jlhkn-ccllor YoUng and Past Supreme Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor Carlton were both present.
There was a large attendance, and
Palatka fairly overflowed with hospi hospitality.
tality. hospitality. Mr. Goddard was in attend attendance
ance attendance of the lX'0,.K. K; work, to
which all Wednesday afternoon "and
evening was devoted. The parade was
one of the greatest ever seen in thel
state, with a long procession, two
brass bands and ten captives led in
chains. Grand Outer Guard Gober of
this city was one of the victims. Mr.
Goddard would have remained until
today, but mussed up his clothes in
trying to hold the camel, to keep him
from biting Gober, and had to come
home.
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Globe-Wernicke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. 12-3t
Foft King Camp W. O. W. was
signally honored at the Lakeland Head
Camp convention which adjourned
yesterday afternoon. Mr. C. K. Sage
was elected head banker for. two
years, Mr. P. V. Leavengood was
made chairman of the press commit committee,
tee, committee, and. Mr. J. W. Lamar was kept
busy with committee work nearly all
during the session. r
St. Patrick cards at The
Company. 12-3t
Murray

FOR DOLLAR

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

NEAR POSTOFFICE

. ,1 VS MUM

ALLIES STEADILY PRESSING

IN THE EAST

KAISER'S UNDERSEA BOATS'
Kill TO CALAMITY
London, March 12. British demands ;
for the surrender of Smvrna have
been reiected and warshins have be-1
gun a heavy bombardment of the city
ine mnaoitants ot bmyrna are m
panic.
SUBMARINE SUNK
The sinking of another submarine
was reported today to the admiralty
by officers of a trawler off North
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by the trawlers' ropes, and turned
turtle sinking immediately. All the
crew was lost.
AIRSHIP CAME TO GRIEF
It is reported that another German
military airship was wrecked in Bel
gium last night, falling into the forest ;
near Ghent.
ANOTHER FORT KNOCKED OUT
Operations of the the allies' war warships
ships warships in the Dardanelles continues. It
is reported that fort Chanak-Kaleri,
one of tho strongest guarding the nar narrows
rows narrows has teen badly damaged.
One of Ocala's appreciated conven conveniences
iences conveniences is the kindness of the various
i hotel managements in sending mail
to the trains every night. WTiile this
is done for the benefit of the guests
of the hotels, it is a courtesyalso .ex .extended
tended .extended to the general public, and
many a rush letter is in consequence
received half a day sooner at its des destination.
tination. destination. It1 is different in other
placeJ. For instance a -letter mailed
by an oOcafa eie"gato"to"wthe.. Wood--man:
Iiead' Camp at a Lakeland hotel
Wednesday ''night didn't arrive in
$oaIaj until ho did Thursday night.
Mr. Albert Gerig who has boen in
Johns Hopkins hospital, Baltimore,
for the past several weeks, where he
underwent an operation on his throat,
left there today for Palatka. where he
will spend a few days vith Mrs. Gerig
j before coming home." Mr. .Gerig is
j much improved and is gaining in
strength and weight
The Marion Hardware Co. expects
to give a big demonstration of "Wear "Wear-Ever"
Ever" "Wear-Ever" aluminum ware at its store
April 5. Mrs. Cornell, an accomplish accomplished
ed accomplished lady demonstrator from the fac factory
tory factory at Baltimore, will be in charge,
and it will be a most interesting oc occasion.
casion. occasion. Grand Master M. M. Little made an
official visit to the Hawthorn lodge I.
O. O. F. last night. Mr. W. C. Blan Blan-chard
chard Blan-chard accompanied him and assisted
with decree work during the evening.
They returned on the early morning
Seaboard. The grand master reports
Hawthorn lodge in good shape and
steadily on the increase.
The members of the Athletic Club
are looking forward to a live game of
basketball ft their hall this afternoon,
and will be frlad to havi their friends
present.
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
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BREAD
FOR
V enice, March
12. Serious bread
riots are reported from Budapest.
The situation in Vienna is threaten threatening.
ing. threatening. i GADSON ADDING TO HIS STORE
Frank Gadson, while in
New
York
City last week, bought so many spring
goods for the Bazaar Store that he
did not know what to do with them or
how to get them inside of his new
store, so in figuring ovef the master,
George Giles, the owner of the St.
George block, decided to make an -addition
to the rear of the two stores in
the center of the block that Gad?or. is
occupying. This is now -being-done
and the addition of solid brick, which,
however, will only be one story hih,
is being made, "which will, give the
Bazaar Store an added space of 15 by
35 feet in which to open and mark
oods and to carry the heavier char-
acter of stock and reserve supplies.
The Bazaar w01;;rnake its'.' announce-''
men'Pof; spring goods and. Easter,,
opening
irw'aery few days
BLITCIITON
Blitchton, March 11. Mrs. B. It.
Blitch, Miss Emma Eklof and Mr..
Fenton Blrtch spent Saturday in
Ocala.
' Mr. B. C. Blitch visited Morrbton
Saturday.
Dr. Blitch is spending some time in
South Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Oiborn 'v.rA
children of Ocala were guests of Dr.
and Mrs. S. II. Blitch Sunday.
Dr. t-' Mrs. J. L. Davis of Irvine,
Mrs. Z- Mclver s fid Miss Mamie
Fant of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Niel and
Mrs. V. Potts of Fellov,fhip were
Sunday .visitors
The services at the Iapti:-t church
Sunday were largely attended. The
solo bv Miss Eurt.s and the trio bv -Miss
Burts, Mr. L" Blitch r-.d Mr.
Blanchard Law were greatly enjoyed.
Miss Melvine Burts of Tampa, who
has been the attractive gue t of Miss
.Legie Blitch, "left Monday ff.- Ocala,
to vi -It if lunt. Mrs. C M. ()born.
Mr. -B. C. Blitch rper.t Tuesday in -Ocala.
Mi ILhinor Seckinger of Berlin
is. the -u -t of her cousin, Mi.ss Ro Ro-wcn
wcn Ro-wcn Hsmr'cns.
Mi !. McKay and chihlren and
Mr. B. C V Others of 'Morristcn were
Wedne-ny visitors.
Our prescription department is our
t;r:dp. Ak the doctor. The Court
Plmmacy. 17-Ct
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Ot'ALA isVENLNG siAlt. FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
- Published every day except sunday
BITTINGEU & CAIUIOLL, PROPRIETORS
II. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager

J. II. Benjamin Editor

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Entered at 0rla. Fla., ptofflce as second class patter.

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

r (Domestic)
One year, in advance.
Six months, In advance
Threo months, in advance.

Ol month, In advance.

$5.00
,2.50
. 1.25
. .50

(Foreign)
in advance

.$8.00

One year-

Six months, in advance. 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. .... .80

m.-.Uai TTjirvAstPr Trust! a state that will send a poor man to

may cut some wheat in this country, I penal servitude for shooting craps and

set out a table in a palace for a rich

man to gamble on.

BRIGHT OUTLOOK

FOR BASEBALL

but the Grim Reaper is the great in

ternational harvester, and he sure is
busy these days.

- A couple was married in a lion s

den in Jacksonville the other day. In j
the years to come, however, they will Onager Hunter of. the Ocala Base Base-be
be Base-be just as sorry as tho they had been j bajj Team informs the Star that prac prac-tnrried
tnrried prac-tnrried in a church. tice will begin next Monday after-
" noon, March 15th, and he hopes all
Pulling that gilt-edged gambling the boys will be out to limber up and

ioint at Palm Beach was big news, commence to get in good form for the

but some of the state papers, and season's work.
some of them close to the scene of i In conseauence of the steady atten

t V -III . .

! piece until struK oy a millet in the
temple which affected hi3 right eye.
i He was wounded Jan. 19. The
1 wound was so grave that he imme

diately lost consciousness and did not
recover his senses before his death,
which was peaceful and painless. The
burial took place today in our mili

tary cemetery with military honors

and in presence of German officers as
well as soldiers. The tomb has been
marked by a cross identified by the
number 75. The benediction was pro-

nouncea Dy a uatnonc priest oi our

army division.

I bow humbly and full of admira admiration
tion admiration before the valiance of this com comrade
rade comrade fighting heroically to the last ex extremity
tremity extremity for his fatherland. It is pain painful
ful painful to me that our medical science,
which did everything it could, was
unable to save such a precious life for
his dear ones.
May tGod console you and your

children. Dr. Geissler,

Chief Surgeon Ambulance No. 3,

Third German Army Corps.

FRIENDS OF THE BUZZARD
- COMING TO THE FRONT

CLOSING WORK OF THE
WOODMEN HEAD CAMP

The United States department of! Lakeland, March 11. Immediately
agriculture comes to the defense of UDon the reconvening of the Head

the buzzard. Some of the facts given Camp W. O. W., this morning

the

in the memorandum of the biological election of officers was taken up and

survey printed on our agricultural j completed, with the following result:

C. W. Johns of

D. Castillo of

EXCEEDED HIS ORDERS

Head Clerk: J. A. Quincess of Lake

City.
Head Escort: Dr. W. S. Ervin of
Lakeland.

Head Watchman:
Jennings.

Head Sentry: A.

Tampa.

Head Managers: C. N. Home of
Grand Ridge, chairman; W. J. Roe Roebuck
buck Roebuck of Lake City; J. H. Beers of St.
Petersburg; J. W. Prince of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, and J. B. Brooks of Gainesville.
Representative to Sovereign Head
Camp: Hal W. Adams of Mayo; P. L.

Rollo, of Pensacola, and J. F. Dorman j

of Tallahassee.
The Florida jurisdiction is entitled

to five delegates to the Sovereign

Head Camp, two of whom will be Dr.

operations, treated
silence.

it

with

dense

Engineer Twombley, who designed;
Tampa's ; new sewerage system says
it will be completed within fifty days.
Tampa will then have the finest, sew sewage
age sewage system of any city in the south,
and equal to that of any city in the
country .-Tampa Times.
This is the engineer who surveyed
Ocala year before last.
Ex-Senator Albert J. Beveridge,
who is now in Europe, has visited the
German' lines in Northern France, and
has been given the attention due to a
distinguished citizen of the United
States. He says the Germans are

comfortably located, well supplied and
are confident of a crreat forward

movement and success in the spring.

The Star regrets the delay, in pub

lishing Mrs. L. H. von Engelken's ex

cellent article, which appears in the

Woman's Club work department to
day. It was the desire of the Worn

an's Club that this article should be
published Monday, to emphasize, the
work of clean-up week. However, -the

editor wasn't aware of this until yes

terday, and as the copy hook was
crowded with other matter, not bet better
ter better reading, but which wouldn't keep

so well, he held it up until today. It
is a good and timely article, and just

as much worthy of attention next
week as this. It touches on a subject

that the. Star has referred to severa
times, but has only met with indif

ference. We hope the Woman's Club
will stir up the city government and

the property owners affected until the

eye-sore, referred to is cured.

A number of years ago, there was
. located in New Orleans an institution

called the Louisiana State Lottery. It
virtually owned the state, had great

influence in other states and its ten

tacles reached even to the nationa

capital. It made the name of Louis

iana a byword among her sister states

aroused the decent people of Amer

tion to baseball given during the past
three seasons, Ocala. has a bunch of

veterans for this summer's games,

and has reason to hope to make a re

cord.

There will be five pitchers to chose

from Galloway, Chazal, Anderson,

Harris and Burford. Three catchers-

Bullock, Brown and Dinkins. For the
infield are available Davis, Zewadski,

Dewey, Batts, Wilder and George
Davis. All the pitchers are good in
the outfielaV" r

Having worked together under Mr.

Hunter's direction for three conse

cutive seasons, this bunch of players

understand each other pretty well,

and if they work together with the

smoothness reasonable to expect they

will make a big, red mark on state

baseball this summer. They have

done well ever since Mr. Hunter took

sharer, and one summer they did

-" e .
superlatively well.

The Star hopes the people will give

the team the best season's support it
ever had. It is due to the team and
the city that they do so. Baseball is

a mighty good institution, no matter

from what standpoint you view it,

and -a town always "does itself proud

by loyal support for the home team

page today are strong evidence that
the ugly, but useful, bird is not guilty
of disseminating animal diseases. If
the germ of anthrax cannot pass thru
the digestive organs of this carrion
eater without being destroyed it is

not likely that it could disseminate
hog cholera or any other animal dis

ease. In the strong digestion of that
bird it seems nothing having life

could survive. It would seem that na

ture in equipping the buzzard for its
work of clearing the face of the earth
of animal matter that might cause
disease had made that equipment
thorough.

There are other facts known to

keen observers besides those mention

ed in the paper referred to above

which serve to show that the buzzard

is euiltiess of spreading disease Pennington, the outgoing nead con-

among animals by feeding on the car- sul and the present incumbent, J. S

It is probable that the commander j casses of victims of germ maladies. J Blitch. These five, with sovereign C

of the German cruiser Eitel Fried- until men learn to burn or bury ail u, anus, wno is sentry, win give

erich exceeded his orders when he I such carcases there will be need for 1 Florida a fairly good representation

sunk an American ship loaded with! the buzzard, and even them his use- at, the Sovereign Head Camp session

wheat as such a policy on the part fulness will not have altogether de- which convenes during the coming

of his government would be in direct I parted. It is possible that his exter- July in St. Paul, Minn,

t i 1 a x 1 I tnf a nrtll a r 1 1 14- M i Mivnn cr m thn fl ha a Ira ntno alaAtol T- r a awa in

COntraUlCtlOn lO Wnai 11 IS COmenUlUg I uhohwh vm icsuu m invicasc ui nic i aug oiksiuoisii titvwcu w oti w i

for in regard to the British blockade, number of cases of anthrax and the case the delegates do not attend are

H. H. Kiehne of Baltimore was the like diseases. Geo. F. Cook of Miami; L. B. bpark-

The question of the extermination man of Tampa, and B. G. Hamrick

of this "useful bird will come before of Monticello.

the next legislature and it will be The "report of Head Consul Pen

supported by those who feel that it nington, showing the advancement of
is their mission to correct the mis- the fraternity in Florida since the

takes of nature. It has been before last session was then read and spread

that body at least once in the past, on the minutes. This report, showed

Convincing argument that he was and a handsome gain in membership and

Friederich sank the William P. Frye is not guilty of the indictment brought an all round healthy condition of the

on the morning of January 28, blow- against him was offered then and re- order all over the state.

ine a hole through here with a charge I suited in the defeat of the measure. The announcement that the next in

of dynamite," said Capt. Kiehne. I We hope that the same late may meet order was the selection oi a place for

"Thp Frve was almost becalmed this second attempt. Times-Union. holding the 1917 session brought

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when the German ship appeared wmie tne loregoing is an true, it iortn tne nottest contest oi tne meex,

about 2 o'clock in the afternoon of does not take into account that the mg. Pensacola, Key West, Apa Apa-January
January Apa-January 27. My ship was barely buzzard, while feeding on pest- lachicola and Live Oak were placed in

moving and I paid no attention to the infected carcasses, covers its ieet ana nomination, t jowery speeches were

first order to lay to. However, she ieatners witn germs, wnicn are mere- maae in iavor oi eacn ox vne contena-

by talcen to all other localities to mg cities by their eager representa-

LOUIS R. CHAZAL SOWS CO.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT

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master of the American ship and

after leaving the Eitel Friederich he

told a dramatic story of his exper

iences. With him were his wife and

two children.

"Despite mv prostestations that I

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was the American master of an Am

erican ship the German cruiser Eitel

bore down on me and I brought my

craft to a standstill. After learning
that I carried a cargo of wheat, the

German captain told me it was con

traband and he intended to destroy it.

I protested but no attention was paid

to my statements."

BOLLES UNDER BOND

GENEROSITY OF THE GERMANS

The following dispatch from Paris
throws at least one ray of sunshine on

the dark clouds of war;-

Pierre Lerov-Beaulieu. son of the

well-known economist, Paul Leroy

Bealieu, is the latest member of Par Parliament
liament Parliament to give his life to his country.
He had already' shown his courage in

a particularly violent political cam
paign, in which he braved several at

tacks and received a bullet in "his

shoulder.

Jacksonville "Metropolis, 11th: Fol

lowing an effort to effect his arrest at
various points in the state, R. J.

Bolles, president of the Florida Fruit

Lands Company, was taken into cus-

today in Jacksonville last night,

shortly after his arrival in the city,
on new charges growing out of the
old alleged Everglades land frauds

case. Followme his arrest, he was

today ordered to appear before Fed

eral Judge Sheppard in Jacksonville

March 31, and held in $5,000 bail,

which it is announced he would make.

which it makes its flight.

The Times-Union, however, makes

a very true remark when it says it is

never safe to destroy the balance of

nature. The buzzard goes only to
those places where it finds food. If
communities will keep themselves

absolutely clean, they will not see any
buzzards, except those which fly high

above them on their way to some
other place. Strict regard to sanita

tion will be a better safeguard than

bullets against the vultures, and we

had better ero a little slow on the

proposition Jx exterminate them.

As time goes on the Mexican people'

begin to realize that Diaz wasn't such
a bad old scout, and the same opinion

is growing in Turkey with regard to

Abdul Hamid. Toronto Mail and Em

pire.

PIANO CONTEST

The fad of having clean-shaven

faces is ah evidence of effeminacy that
has lasted too loner. God gave men

whiskers to distinguish them from

According to the following women. Punta'Gorda Herald.

letter from a German surgeon -an-nouncincr
his death, he showed the

same courage on the battlefield:
A- la C Jan. 19.
(Probably Aix-la-Chapelle):

Madame: It is with the expression
of deepest svmnathv that I inform

ica against it, and was finally crush- you that your-husband, captain of a

ed by the government.- That pluto group of reservists oi tne tn. regi-

cratic gambling joint on the east coast
is moving along the same track the
"L. S. L." traveled. We owe it to our ourselves
selves ourselves to suppress it before it brings
more reproach and trouble upon us.
We can't claim that justice reigns in

ment, artillery, died day before yes yesterday
terday yesterday in my hospital of a wound in
the head. As was reported to me he
was wounded while fighting with the
bravery of a hero. After all his gun gunners
ners gunners had fallen he himself served his

The Star proves with a list or re

cent activities that Ocala is not dead

by a long shot. Ocala is a substan substantial
tial substantial inland city and it would take more
than a mental condition to effect its
business. Clearwater Sun.

As soon as peace is declared there
is going to be a sharp advance in
building material prices. The time to
build is now. Pensacola JournaL

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

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Arc tlic Smiles that Count

In thousands and thousands of homes this
morning, and yesterday for years and years
there have been happy, smiles over

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and cream.
These crispy, sweet bits of choicest Indian
Corn, wonderfully seasoned, cooked" and toasted,
were never better than they are now.
PsS Toastles
the Superior Corn Flalces
Vith jcream or fruit, how "The memory ling-

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Contestants must at no time have
taught piano, or been employed as a
paid pianist. ,s
Piece must be recognized as by a
composer of high grade music.
No rag-time, permitted.
, No piece shallv take over ten min minutes
utes minutes for its rendition. The piece must
be fourth grade or higher.
Contestants will be marked among
other things on the following: Posi Position,
tion, Position, memory, expression and execu execution.
tion. execution.
Your names must be in my hahds
t.uickly. Contest at 3:30 p. m., March
12th.
See the beautiful gold medal on ex exhibition
hibition exhibition at Mr. Burnett's.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.

NOTICE

To King's Daughters and Sons
A collector will call .during the
month of March to collect dues for
the order and we trust that every
member will pay promptly. Never in
the" history of the order has there
been greater demand for help, for
food, clothing, shoes, medicine, etc.,
on account of the prevailing hard
times; work is scarce, and with. in insufficient
sufficient insufficient food and clothing, sickness
comes and the last or first resort, is
the King's Daughters. This is a
purely charitable organization, de dependent
pendent dependent on its friends for support.
Our contributions were cut from one one-half
half one-half at Christmas time on which we
relied to help U3 carry on the work
and the demands are far greater than
before. With all the organizations
for church work, clubs and orders, do
not forget that the King's Daughters
are frying to their utmost ability to
send and give here and there as re requests
quests requests come from the poor, for they
are here in Ocala. We would be very
glad to have the men join us for they
are eligible. Can't we find fifty men
who will join us and pay their dues,
$1.20 a year, $1 for the city, 10c for
the state and 10c for the national or organization
ganization organization with whom we affiliate? I
vould like to state that every case is
investigated that is reported and that
every dime and dollar is looked after
by careful, intelligent and economical
ladies, who have been long in the
work. Will you help us and join with
us? Mrs. Bittinger.

tives, and the choppers were led to

believe that no matter which city
was selected as the next meeting
place, paradise was just around the
corner and of easy -access by, free

transportation lines run on a two-

minute schedule. After long discus

sions on the beauties of the contend

ers a vote w-as taken resulting in

Live Oak carrying off the honors by

a handsome lead.
The session then adjourned until
o'clock Wednesday morning.

During the afternoon the Woman's

Circle, which is also holding its bi

annual session here, called to extend

greetings to the Head Camp.

A public meeting was held in the

Auditorium this evening at which
there were present nearly a thousand

people to witness the splendid exhi

bition drills given by the Women's
Circles of Jacksonville,' Tampa and

Lakeland. These were all carried ou

with such mechanical like precision

that it would be a difficult proposition

to tell which did the. best." The ladies

received many pretty compliments

upon their work, and also their ap

pearance in their neat costumes of

white, green and purple.

. A drill team from one of the Tam

pa camps came in on a late afternoon

train and volunteered to give an ex

hibition drill after the circles had
completed their portion of the pro program.
gram. program. This performance was also
very much appreciated by the au audience,
dience, audience, evidenced by the liberal ap applause
plause applause that followed their maneuvers.
The team was made up of Spanish
members of the camp and all the
commands were given in that lan

guage. They returned to Tampa on
tonight's A. C. L. train after receiv receiving
ing receiving the congratulations of .those pres present
ent present on their splendid work.
Lakeland camp initiated a large
class of choppers tonight after the
public exercises and many of the vis

itors attended the ceremonies.
- The citizens of hustling Lakeland
propose to give the visiting delega delegations
tions delegations an auto ride over the city and
around the suburbs as soon as the
business of the convention is dispos disposed
ed disposed of tomorrow afternoon. The hos hospitality
pitality hospitality being extended to the visit visiting
ing visiting Woodmen and Circle delegates
simply could not be improved upon
and everyone is enthusiastic over the
pleasant greetings handed out on all
sides.

"1 no
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18 Yards Bleached Sheeting, Yard Yard-Wide,
Wide, Yard-Wide, Soft Finish, 10c Yard
Value for

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19 Yards Unbleached Sheeting, Yard Yard-Wide,
Wide, Yard-Wide, Very Good Weight and
Count, a Real 8c per Yard
Value for

We have several other good values
for $1.00 but too few in each line to
mention. Come in and look on
DOLLAR DAY.

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Oeala's Fastest Growing Store.

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

The most complete line of hii
grade toilet articles in Ocala may b s
found at our store reasonable prie?. prie?.-prevail
prevail prie?.-prevail too.- The Court Pharmacy. C-

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SONS OF VETERANS
MEETING POSTPONED
On account of the Chautauqua, the
regular monthly meeting of John M.
Martin Camp, S. C. V., is postponed to
Friday evening, March 26.
W- T. Gary, Adjutant.

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

say Nun-Nunnally

There will be a public dance given
at the W. O. W. hall at Martel, Fri Friday
day Friday evening, March 12th. 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

mm ciemiers mi wim

11.50 Book Pressinn Coupons for

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Cleaning and Pressing of Ladies' Clothes done
Carefully and Promptly. Alterations and Repairs of
all kinds ueatly 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 .BELCC
SUITS, made to your measure, for 7" and up.
On DOLLAR DAY wewill sell ROYAL. TAILOR TAILORED
ED TAILORED SUITS, made to your measure for JH and up.
Come and look over our line and we are sure you
will be pleased with it.
We are the authorized resident dealers for the
Royal Tailors of Chicago and New York.

? 15E.FI.IIna Ave. PHOE 443 Ocala, FIc.

ARE RHEUMATIC ? .TRY SLOAN'S

If you want quick and real relief
from rheumatism, do what so many
thousand other people are doing
whenever an attack comes on, bathe
the sore muscle or joint with Sloan's
Liniment. No need to rub it in
just apply tb Liniment to the sur surface.
face. surface. It is wonderfully penetrating.
It goes right to the seat of trouble
and draws the pain almost immedi immediately
ately immediately 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 ghes almost in instant
stant instant relief, mon tues fri wky. Adv.

lit. Iter. Abbott Charles, Pre.

Rev. rather Benedict, Dlrecte?.

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State, Cffunly and City Depository

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But dont skate on the sidewalk.
THE -.-ARMORY SKATING RlfSr
Is now open from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 10. At Attendants
tendants Attendants for the little folks., V :--r,:. '.
Admission: Skates furnished 25c; Skates not'
. furnished 15e;speetatofs 5e.
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings for Ladies
-and Gen tlemen only. Wednesday afternoon from
2 to 5 for Ladies only: Proceeds; every; Wednesday
afternoon benefit of Woman's Club. :

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Advict for the Timid.
Don't be afraid to be alone. Untn
j you overcome such fear, you are in a
j pitiable state of dependence. I; means
that you must -'fasten your presence
'jr. ?n cme onicr numan Deing at an
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KENDRICK C. T. U.

The Kendrick W.'C. T. U. had the
pleasure of being hostess Friday eve evening,
ning, evening, March 5th, to the Reddiek Union
with their medal ccntest. Their pres president,
ident, president, Mrs. W. D. Graham, with sev several
eral several others, brought a class of five,
two girls and three boys.
The music of the evening was fur furnished
nished furnished by the Kendrick Union, assist assist-'
' assist-' ed by Mrs. M. E. Clough of Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, and her daughter, Miss
Winifred Clough of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
.who sang in -a beautifui and touching
j manner a duet entitled, "The Little
Village in the Vale.'" Miss Berta j
Guthrey also rendered a lovely instru- I
mental selection during the collection j
Jar I
and the decision of the judges. The?
judges fxere selected outside of both
unions, and Mrs- Graham instructed
then that only the first two boys wh
snoke were contestants for the meaal. f
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as the other three had "already receive J
ed medals. All five of the speakers
did credit to themselves and to their
i mg their- decision remarked that ,they
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were sorry that they could not award
five medals instead jof one. The eve evening
ning evening was a very pleasant one and en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by all. and we very much hope
to have them with us again at some
future tipae; Julia H. Webb,
. Press Superintendent.
BURBANK
Burbank, March 11. -r-The Ladies'
Aid gave a "Martha Washington- en entertainment
tertainment entertainment in. the church Wednesday
night, March 3rd. Hatchets and flags
were given as souvenirs. Lunch was
served. The following program was
rendered:
0 A musical pantomime, "My Coun Country,
try, Country, Tis of Thee" Ruth Hubbard.
A two-act play entitled "Dave's
Baby' by Mr. Abbott, Mr. .11. Mc-
Mannus, Mrs.W. C. Bogue. Mrs. C. f
W. McMannus and Gerald Bogue.
Tableau, "The Cocoa Girl" Blanch
Hubbard."
Musical pantomime, "Rock of
Ages" Ruth Chaffee.
Betsy Ross still making the first
flag;" long may it wave, by Mrs. Ham Hamilton.
ilton. Hamilton. :.- '. ' v-
Finale: Raising- the" flag; retreat.
The audience then rose and sang
th? Star Spangled Banner.
The committee in charge ws com composed
posed composed of the following: Mrs. G. S.
Bowen. Mrs. C. W. McMannus, Mrs.
E. B. Hamilton, Mrs. F. : M. Chaffee.
Mr.' W: H. Worst, who was taken
to Reddiek some three weeks ago,
died there Wednesday afternoon, Mch.
3, aged 54 years. v Mr. Worst came to
Burbank with his wife two years ago,
hoping his health would improve. He
had many friends in and around Bur Bur-bank
bank Bur-bank who will be very, sorry to hear
of his death. Mr. Worst had an in interest"
terest" interest" in: the peanut factory and has
done .all he. could for the building up
of Burbank. His body was shipped
to New London, Ohio, for btirial "Fri "Friday.
day. "Friday. Mrs. Worst and daughter Pearl,
will not leave Burbank at present.
Their Burbank friends extend their
heart felt sympathy to them in their
sorrow.
Mr. Moore and family have return returned
ed returned to Burbank again and are now on
their- place. Mr. : Moore and family
have been further south for about six
months. We are glad to have them
with, us again.
Mr W. C. Bogue spent Monday in
Ocala.
Mr. Moore has purchased Mrs.
f-Worst's horse.
Mrs. John rTilghman of Palatka is
spending-a couple of days with home
folks. V v r;
Assistant Route' Carrier- C. E. Tur Turner
ner Turner carried the mail Tuesday, as Mr.
Abbott, is Jnoving his, Jfanily inta the
Clineman .house, --..;.-;;'
CLEAN-UP WEEK
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'' To the end that we may have a
clean city and-be as free as possible
from mosquitoes and flies during the
coming summer, let us all put forth
ouc best efforts during., this clean-up
week and make it a real benefit.
It is most important at this season
to destroy all breeding places for
mosquitoes and flies in order -that
"their tribe may not increase.": Let
us pay special attention to all recep receptacles
tacles receptacles for garbage, the disposal of
stable manure or any filth in which it
i3 possible for flies to", breed, and to j
the tin cans and various pieces of junk j
that hold water, and afford favorable j
f spots in which mosquitoes may be
hatched.,,-: ; .-: j
It is -well known that it is possible
f or vmosquitoes to breed in as small a
container as will hold a teaspoonful
of water and ; not infrequently a
"pocket in a iree will hold enough
moisture: to'hatcli mosquitoes enough
to inoculate a family with malaria or
other .transmissible diseases sb' it be be-hooves
hooves be-hooves us to wage vigorous warfare
against -any conditions that may -be
favorable to. the breeding of these
two pests which are rightly, regarded
as a menace to tfee public health.
From the standpoint of beauty, let
ws all .try to accomplish during the
week' something af only, one thing
that will add m some way to the-gen-eral
attractiveness- of Ocala. Let
each "of us who" harbors a junk heap
or 5 a trash pile take jx look at our
premises and see if we could not as
well do without it and if we cannot
dispense with it, see to it that it is
kept as neatly and inconspicuously as
possible.
There is much that we can-do to toward
ward toward lightening the work of the
sanitary force in the handling of
garbage, trash, etc., by burning ev everything
erything everything that can be burned.
Let us all work together for a clean
town and a beautiful town, bearing in
mind that an "ounce of prevention is
worth a pound of. cure" and also that
the safety and comfort of the sum'
mer months can in a large measure
be conserved by abolishing as many
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,
arid sits around and files its legs 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 bur swatters will, have 5,000, 5,000,-CC3
CC3 5,000,-CC3 sons and daughters, and countless

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SEA ISLAND
SHEETING
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APRON GINGHAMS
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first-and second cousins and auntd!
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.
ARRIVAL. AXI DEPAHTUHE
OF TRAINS tT OCALA
Atlantic (oast Line
No. 9, Jacksonville to Ieesburg
9:05 p. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville
5:05" a. m".
No. 37; Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg 2:18 a. m. ',.
No. 38, Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 2:25 a. m.
No. 39,; Jacksonville to St. Peters Peters-fa
fa Peters-fa urg-4-2: 40 p. m; v. ,.
No. 4 0, St, Petersburg to JaciisDu
ville-l:14 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatkrf-4:10 p.
m."
No, 141, Palatka to Ocala 10:56
a. m. ; v.-. ..
" No. 40, Gcala to llomosassa
Leaves, 2:25 p. m. 1
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala--Arrives
1:05 p. ra. ;
Xo. 35 (Sunnyjim) Ocala to Lake
land -: 40 'a. m., Tuesday, Thursdi Thursdi-and
and Thursdi-and Saturday. -
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Lakeland t.
Ocala 9:50 p.: m Tuesday, Thur'S'
dayv and Saturday.
Xo 151, Ocala to -WJIcox- 6:10 a
m., Monday,; Wednesday and Friday
I No. 150;'Wilcox to Ocala 5:45 n
m., Monday, Wednesday .and. Friday"
Ocala Xilhern
No. 71-;-Arrives from Palatka
.11:30 a m. ; ,; ,""
- No. --72 Leaves Ocala fur PalarR..
at 1:05 p. m. - J
NO USJE TO TRY AND WEAR
OUT YOUR COLD IT WILL
WEAR YOU OUT INSTEAD
Thousands keep.on suffering coughs
and colds through heglect and delay.
Why make yourself any easy prey" t
serious ailments and epidemics as the
"result of a rneglected Cold ? (Roughs
and Colds sap your strength and vi vitality
tality vitality unless ehec"kedin 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. MonTues Fri wky "adv.
S-hos String Tips.
When the metal tips come off the
shoe strings, M ind the end of the strins
closely .and firmiv with -stout black
thread. Then sew through repeatedly.
A better tip-than -ever -Is the result,
and one that never comes off. Home
Department," in National Magazine.
Smoke Cuban Ciut, oc Cigar.
food Rsmody
Myriads Have Learned of ll3 Re
markable Curative Value.
' From tl.c very fact Ibat S. S. P.. the
famous bluod purilicr lr a natural ekhII ekhII-cine,
cine, ekhII-cine, it i3 opposed by these who can not
give up mercury and other dangerous
drugs. Habit Is a strange master. Af Afflicted
flicted Afflicted people use mercury with a blind
force of habit. Net warned by the rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism they see all around them, un unmindful
mindful unmindful of the locomotor ataxia, paraly paralysis
sis paralysis and other dreaded resnlts of mineral
poisoning', they cling1 to the fast disap disappearing
pearing disappearing treatment so surely and positive positively,
ly, positively, being replaced by S. ", S. S wherever
the light strikes In. S. S. S. Is fast be becoming
coming becoming the world's -panacea for all blood
troubles because it Is welcome to a weak
stomach, is taken naturally Into the
blood, is a wave of purifying Influence
known by- its remarkable curative results,
and is the standby of a host cf people.
It goes into the blood and remains a strong
medicinal influence to, the end and this
without any other effect than that of a
purely cleansing property.
It is the most universally recom recommended
mended recommended blood remedy known, and has
sustained Its reputation for half a cen century.
tury. century. Its ingredients are Nature's defi definite
nite definite antidotes for serins that create our
worst afflictions. (In a bottle today of
any druggist. Refn.ee all substitutes.
Write the medical department. The Swift
Specific Co.. (-2 Swift ISMg.. Atlanta. r,a r,a-for
for r,a-for free advice on b!r d triu!lis and how
to overcome them. T5;ls 1-partinent Is one
of the finest helps to n-n to bt found
anywhere, and It is ectJr!y free.

HATRED THAT WAR BREEDS
RemarkableChanges in Pleasant Re Relations
lations Relations Caused by Hostilities Be Be-tween
tween Be-tween Nations.
Hate and war must go hand in hand.
You couldn't go out and shoot your
-j neighbor jto death unless you first
-" v.. uLUbauv.cs ruuum

iurce )ou lo.sucn a taing you would
hr j j apeedlly, by a sort of self-hypnosis,
5 work yourself into a state of mind
fcl j where you honestly believed that kill kill-t;1
t;1 kill-t;1 1 lnS was entirely too good for him.

ims is jusi wnac tne nations in Eu Europe
rope Europe have done, writes Martin Mar Marshall
shall Marshall in Leslie's. We read cow how
the Germans have despised the Eng
lish in the past and how the French
have f orM4 years longed for revenge
on the Germans; 'of how Belgium
hated the kaiser with the hatred of
fear,' and of mutual antagonisms be between
tween between Teuton and Serb. These senti sentiments
ments sentiments were partly official and conven conventional,
tional, conventional, but mostly imaginary. Tha
people got along pretty well together.
Frenchmen did business in Berlin. and
Germans, went holidaying to Paris;
London's restaurants were largely
manned by German staffs and Russian
peasants helped to reap the harvests
In Prussia, Educated men in each of
these nations prided themselves ca
their familiarity with the languages of
the others, and enjoyed their litera literature,
ture, literature, art and music.'
Then came war, and all was
changed. Some millions of men were
going to slaughter each other, and
first they had to convince themselves
that they ought to do it. The prelim preliminary
inary preliminary era .was of- window smashing,
I oireei. uemonsirauons, iraon Doycotts
and imprisonment of inoffensive na nationals
tionals nationals of hostile nations; Then Wag Wagner's
ner's Wagner's music was tabooed in Russia and
France; St. Petersburg must have Its
name changed to cleanse It from the
loathsome Teutonic termination; Eng English
lish English table sauce disappeared from Ber Berlin
lin Berlin restaurants; Paris styles were an anathema
athema anathema in Vienna; London poured
Munich beer Into the gutters; a Paris
magazine started a popular prize con contest
test contest for the best substitute name for
Eau de Cologne in Bhort, Europe ran'
the whole gamut of silly, sentimental
hysteria preliminary to shopting of
suspected spies, the bombardment of
peaceful villages, the killing of women
and children, the "strict military
reprisals" that 'always occur in 'war
and' always shock. the victims and th
Neutrals.
DARK DAYS
Are Days of Suffering Tliey Are Be Be-"
" Be-" coming llrighteror Some Ocala --r
leoplo
Manj' dark days from kidney Ills.
liackaehe, headache- tired days;
Urinary trouble makes you 'gloomy.
-
Doan's Kidney Puis nave" proven
their worth.
Have -been'. tested by many kidney
sufferers.
They are indorsed by Ocala peo people.
ple. people.
L. C. pafford, carpenter, 29 E.
Monroe St., Ocala, says: "Last
spring I had. a bad case of backache.
couldn't straighten up after J once
stooged "rer, unless I took hold of
something for suport. Often I could
see dark spots floating-in front of
tne and sometimes everything before
me became black. A. druggist recom recommended
mended recommended Doan's Kidney Pills to. me,
saying that he had "nothing better in
the tore-?o I got" a box and began
using them. I eould seo their good
effects from the first few doses! and
one box cured me."
- Price tiOc, at all. dealers. Don't
siraply-ask- for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that 'Mr."-' Pafford had. Fostcr-Milburn
Doubly Rewarded.
During a performance in which 1
r.ppeared pome years ago a very fa famous
mous famous actress who was starring In "he
play lost a diamond necklace,-relates
a veteran actor. She searched1 care carefully
fully carefully for it everywhere, but with no
success, and was on th verge of col collapse
lapse collapse when another actor In the com company
pany company found the necklace and took it
to her. She received It with great
joy and instantly offered him a re reward
ward reward of $50, which he politely de declined.
clined. declined. The actress insisted, however,
that he accept some sort cf reward.
"Well," he answered very modestly,
"since you press me, I should consider
a kiss an ample reward."
Needless to say he was paid in full.
As soon as I could get him alone I
said:
" Why were you so foolish? .You're
on!y getting a small salary. Why
'didn't you take the fifty dollars
"Why should I" wa3, his ecol re response,,
sponse,, response,, "when I bet' a hundred that
I'd kiss her before the week was up?"
Heaven's Germicide: Fresh Air..
Right living, rather jthan medicine;
fresh air as the best of germicides.
That is the new therapy. Every day It
becomes more generally recognized in
the medical profession and more wide widely
ly widely spread by the official agents of
health. Director Harte-oC the depart department
ment department of public health contributes Phil Philadelphia's
adelphia's Philadelphia's mite to the propaganda with
a weekly bulletin urging fresh air as
a preventive of all the "colds" of
winter. Not only tuberculosis falls
before that cheapest of medicines.
Grip, bronchitis and pneumonia can
all be staved off through the winter
months if only people will sleep and
wcrk with the windows open. They
can' have the health of summer time if
only they will defy Jack Frost.
British and German Empires.-
The population of Great Britain (the
United Kingdom) is 4C.000.000. The
population of the German empire is
C3,000,000. The population of the
British colonies is 374,000.000. The
population of the German colonies is
12.000.000. Total population under
the German fTig. 77,000 nr,f). Total
population under the British flag. 420. 420.-000,000.
000,000. 420.-000,000. With the freedom of the
sc33, the British empire could, in time"
?n t Irto the field an army of 20,00.
. '" Five cr six millions is su;.
,c.;-"J ta.ba the limit of GtTiii.inv.

lcler.N& -MacKay

Funeral Directors
UN0ERT4KEHS and EUBALUEHS
Mine Caskets and Hurial Rcbes.
O. E. McIVEK and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
Ail Work Done by Licensed Embal- j
men and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER 101
JC. V. RO BESTS 205
Undertaking Office
.15
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February, and March .Bring xut Un Unsightly
sightly Unsightly Spots-r-How to Remove
Easily
The woman with tender skin dreads
February and March because they are
lively to cover her face with ugly
freckles. No matter how thick her
veil, the sun and winds have a strong
tendency to make her freckle.
Fortunately for her peace of mind
the recent discovery of a new pre prescription,
scription, prescription, othine double strength,
makes it possible for even those most;
susceptible to freckles to keep their
skin clear and white. No matter how
stubborn a case of ireckles you have,
the double strength othine should
remove them, y t
Get an ounce from your druggist
and banish the freckles. Money back
if. it fails.
NOTICE
" Notice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala, of Marion
county, Florida, will apply to the leg legislature
islature legislature of the state of Florida, at the
next session thereof, for, special or
local legislation for. the following
purpose:
. To give the circuit court of the fif tKi
judicial circuit of the state of Florida,
sitting in chancery, jurisdiction upon
any bill brought by the city of Ocala,
to recover for. any sidewalk or street
paving one by the said city within
the corporate limits thereof in cases
where the assessments made therefor
against any; real estate is void by rea reason
son reason of any irregularity in the making
thereof; further, to give the "said
court the power and jurisdiction to de determine
termine determine the amount due said city aft after
er after taking into consideration the costs
of such ; improvement arid the en enhancement
hancement enhancement of the property by such
improvement and having so determin determined
ed determined such amount to make and enter
a decree in favor of said city for such
amount, which decree shall be a lien
superior to all other liens on such
property, whether accruing before or
after, the entry thereof, and whether
said property may have changed own ownership
ership ownership since the time, of the making
of such improvement or not. Further,
that the said court shall ha-e such
power and "jurisdiction, and this act
shall apply to all such assessments
whether heretofore or hereafter
made by. said city, and whether orig original
inal original assessments made- have been de declared
clared declared to bevoid by a court or' not;
further that, said city shall be requir required
ed required to join as defendants only the
owners of such property at the time
of the filing of such bill. 2-5-fri-2m.
City Council of the City of Ocala.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT4 OF THE
- Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
in and for Marion County In
- - Chancery.
Polly Washington- Complainant, vs.
Solomon -Washington, also called
Sol Washington, Defendant Or Order
der Order for Constructive Service.
. It is ordered that' the, defendant
herein, named, to-wit: Solomon Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, also called Sol Washington, be
and he is hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed in thi3 cause
on or before '
Monday, the 12th day of April, 1915
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a, news pa per published in
said county and state. t
This 5th day of March, 1915.
(Seal) P, H. NUGENT. r
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
BULLOCK & SIERSHON,
Complainant's Solicitors. 2-5:fri
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
in and for Marion County, "In
Chancery.
J. C. Huggins Complainant, vs. Zach Zach-ariah
ariah Zach-ariah F. Taylor and others, De DefendantsOrder
fendantsOrder DefendantsOrder for Constructive
Service. j
It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit:' Zachariah F.
Taylor and Annie E. M. Taylor, be
and are hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed in this
j cause on or oeiore
- -llu J v iHAi Vlt, A X
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state.
This -19th day of February, 1915.
(Clerk's Sei) P.H.Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Countv.
Florida. By M. E. Goddard, D C.
rred Cubberly,
Complainant's Solicitor. 19-fri
T ..
. NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of Ma- j
rion county, Florida, intend to apply
10 me legislature or the state of FIor-
ida, at its itguiar session" in 1015, for
a special legislation authorizing the!
re-issue and validation of all outstand outstanding
ing outstanding county warrants issued by or un under
der under authority of the board of county
j commissioners of Marion county, Flor
ida, prior to February 1st, 1915, or
such of ?aid warrants a3 the said leg legislature
islature legislature may see fit to authorize to be
re-issued and validated; and 'also pro providing
viding providing for the payment of interest
thereon, and for making the said war warrants
rants warrants payable at fixed periods.
Board County Commissioner?, !far:on
, County, Florida.- '-

UNCLASSIFIED

! WANTED, LOST. FOUNT! mr
! SAL' '"ET ND
! ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
i ia-.ii x 3ix room cot t
Tuscawilla street between r.r '-
.02
and high schools.
R. D. Fuller.
Apply to
6-ti
Mrs
FOUND Purse containing rrsoiiev.
Owner can obtain same by "calling
on Collier Bros., at
Oi.iCe
the
White' Star Line Transfer &
btor-
1
age Co., 217-229. E. Broadway. 0-Ct
FOR SALE Une ve!l broken and
) trained Shetland.. Pony, v.-agen ar.d
. buggy, with harness, ch cap foi
cash. J. D. ftooivey,
FOR SALE Barred Rod: and Indian
Runner duck eggs for hatching, li.
S. Wesson, Ocala, Fla". 2 22-lm
FOR RENT Well located and nice
furnished .rooms in residence r.xt
to the Colonial: also for li
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ionial. 7-tf
FOR RENT Two story, ten room
house comer Watula and E. Adams
streets. Possession given at once.
Apply to W. E. Davis, at the Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe & Chambliss National Bank. 4-tf
FOR RENT My suburban home in
the southwestern part of town,
with two acres, of ground: -rates
reasonable to the right party. C.
P. Howell, Ocala, Fla. 2-5-tf
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George V.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 0-9-tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; with
modern conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three, blocks -from court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, S23.
East Oklawaha avenue. 10-t.f
FOR RENT A five-room cottr;;;
with all modern conveniences, cn
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 ti?os. Cheap
for cash. Apply "Auto," care the
Star.. 2tf
FOR RENT A fiva room lower "fl at;
thoroughly screened and with ev-
, ery modern convenience. Good loca location.
tion. location. Inquire at Star office. lG-Ct
LOST Pearl and amethyst lavaliere,
attached to very delicate gold chain.
Lost at cither theBaplist church cr
on street between church and resi resi-;
; resi-; dence of Mrs. J. J. Pyles. Return
- to this office and receive reward.
STANDING COMMITTEES
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
FOR THE Y EAR WIS
. Finance
D. W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, I!. J.
Roess.
. Judiciary- --"-,'
Geo. A." Nash. W. A. Knight, II. A.
Fausett.
. Street
v M. J. Roess, D. W. Tompkins, Geo.
A. Nash.
Cemetery
John Moore, M.' J. Roc- J. C.
Smith. -'
'.. ' Fire f. -:-'
J; J. Cc: ig, H.. A. Fausett, V. A,
Iwnight.
, Police
W. A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, J. C.
Smith.
JIarket
J. C. Smith J. M. Mcftert,
Gerig.
Sanitary
-II. A. Fau-ctt, Geo. A. Na;:!i,
J. J.
D. W.
Tompkins.
Building
John Moore, H. A. Fausett, J. C.
Smith.- C
Light and Water
J. 21. Meffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.
J. Gerir'.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Well located, five room cottage; all
convenience.-; close in; for rent, $15
i a,,i ct,.
tf
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For Good WoojI
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Your Cfder wiH have
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OCA LA .ilVisNlNu tfrAJ FRIDAY MARCH 12, 1915.

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who owns the dwelling dwelling-your
your dwelling-your name? ;

-the business property that stands in

- of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question js worth considering,' it involves the origin and the
the' development of individual ownership inland.
in the beginning' of civilization no man owned any definite part of
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individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particular spot.

i Willi's. CLUB l'JORK

(Mrs. L. H. Van Engelken, Editor)

Timely Suggestions
Everybody has certainly read with j
interest and delight the editorial;
written by Mrs Ford H. Hogers, j
"How to Help Ocala." I should like'
to point out a few other things,
which are of great importance for:

the welfare of our city and which
would be remedied without great
trouble dr expeense. Suppose you had
a visitor to your home; he seems in interested
terested interested in vour dace, perhaps he

wants to buy your property, would
you show him your garbage heap be

fore anything else ? That is precise

ly what our city is doing, by allow allowing
ing allowing or suffering the unsightly lot, full
of rubbish and all kinds of debris in

back of the Merchants block and ad adjoining
joining adjoining properties to the Harrington

hoteK It is one of the most public

places in town, seen by more outside

people than perhaps any other place.

The Arc. L. trains stop right in front

of the place and -passengers have
time to step off and look around. So
for thousands of travelers tnis night

mare i3 the only impression of Ocala

they take along. A queer way to

advertise a town" and undoubtedly
more effective than pamphlets and
booklet of the Board of Trade.

There is another muchr weightier
matter, which in my opinion needs
immediate attention. There was giv given
en given us in trust one of the beauty spots
of nature, a perfect wonder, famous
all over, the country and far beyond
the seas I mean Silver Springs.
Tfhis place has a very high esthetic
value, but is also of great commer commercial
cial commercial and financial importance, because
through the springs we receive our
share of the tourist trade every win winter..
ter.. winter.. The question arises: what have
we done-as trustees to preserve or in

crease the beauty of the springs to
make .them more attractive to -the

traveling public ? So fark very little
has been done in this direction. .On
the other hand we can not deny that
neglect and indifference to the sur surroundings
roundings surroundings have prevailed and our
sense of beauty, even, our common
sense may be questioned.
The good efforts of the owner to

improve the place sKbuld be supple supplemented
mented supplemented by the community, first and

before all by avoiding

that tends to mar the scenic beauty

of the springs. Then the whole place

should be parked. Make it as trop

ical looking -as possible. "Have the

boat houses removed out of sight,

away from the channel. ; AH shanties

could enjoy a peaceful and harmless

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FOfcT McCOY

Fort McCoy, March 12. Mr. and .,
Mrs. Paul Brown returned from 'Jen 'Jennings
nings 'Jennings the last of the week, where they
had Jseen to accompany the body of

their father for burial. Grandpa
Brown was a member of the Meth-
odist church and a devout Christian.
Mrs. Collins, wife of Sam Collins,
died very suddenly at her home on
the night of the 26th of February.
The social committee of the B. Y.

P. U. rendered a very interesting pro-t

gram last Thursday evening, after!

whicK refreshments were served which
had been prepared by the members of

I the different groups.

last baturaay evening was tne oc occasion
casion occasion of the most interesting social
feature of the year, when about SO
young people responded to invitations
to the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mc Mc-Quaig,
Quaig, Mc-Quaig, to a birthday party given in

honor of their daughter, Miss Ethyl

McQuaig, and their nephew, Mr.
Uoyd Grantham on" their 16th birth

day. The program of games was
very interesting, then coffee and sand

wiches were served, followed by more

games and music and a course of

Jfruit salad served in. orange compotes

with cake. They all expressed them

selves as having had a most delight

ful evening and wished Miss Ethyl
and Master Lloyd many happy returns
of the day. They were the recipients
of many beautiful and useful pres presents.
ents. presents. Mrs. McQuaig was assisted in

serving the refreshments by Mrs. Mc-Garrah.

Miss Bettie Pittinger. an. aged lady,

died Sunday night atthe home of her

sister, Mrs. Robinson, where she was

stricken with paralysis about three

months ago.

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. .FLOUR GO HAND INIIAND.
We sell Calumet Baking Powder and Henry
iClay Flour to you under a "Money Back Guar Guarantee.'
antee.' Guarantee.'
Get a can of this well known brand today, ana
See if it does not "do all and More'than is claimed
for it. "BEST BY TEST," both Flour and Baking
Powders.
One 10c Can of Calumet Baking Powder FHEE,
with a 24 pound sack of Henry Clay Flour
CARN-THOMAS COMPANY.
.

OF NATIONAL INTEREST

Richard Pearson Hobson to Lecture in

the Chautauqua

Captain Richard Pearson Hobsonfc

known the world over as the hero of

everything! the Merrimac, is to appear in the big

chautauqua now going on in this city

His .lecture "at" the chautauqua,

"America in the 20th Century," will

be most timely, in view of .the great
European war. The theme is, Ameri America
ca America to be to the Modern World, what

Rome was to the ancient world

old age somewhere in'the rear of the exponent of liberty and free distribu

shrubbery, and it should be forbidden tion, peacemaker among nations, the
by a heavy penalty to throw bricks leader to bring about the brotherhood

or tin cans int3 .the spring. With the of man.
aidof a renovated pavilion, contain- The Chautauqua Association is
ing perhaps a restaurant and by good 'making preparations for Captain
communications with Ocala, the place Hobson's, day with us, for it will be

To the Public of Ocala: The Baraca

class of the Baptist church of ucala

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 tobe 24x20 feet and

will be used by the Uaraca class as a
class room on Sunday and as a read reading
ing reading room through the week." The

room in the rear will be 32x24 feet
and will be divided .from the front
one with folding doors. Th'ig room
will be used by the Berean class,

taught by Dr. Van Hood, on Sunday,
and will be equipped with an up-to-

date ijymnasium outfit for the ben

efit of its members through the week;

There will be. strict rules governing
the gymnasium and it will be kept in

accordance with a Sunday school gym

nasium. It will not be open for use

as a gymnasium, on Sunday or on
Wednesday night during prayer meet meeting!
ing! meeting! The material to be put in this
building is all to be donated, so if any
one in Ocala wants a share in this
tliere is something they can do. The
greater part of the material hasv al already
ready already been donated, but there are still
some things needed. If you are in interested
terested interested in this move, please see or

call up one" of the three committee committeemen,
men, committeemen, Rev. B. Stephens, D. Niel. Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson or Harry O. Cole.

The Manaaemcnt ol PH.

Medical, Surgical,. Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving, oi 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 Equippetl and will be i:un"
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
lipURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PIIONr: 533

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Fine 'Steaiiter

Low Fares

.-.'- DIRECT' ROUTE
JACKSONVILLE TO DALTIMOO
' .' AND PHILADELPHIA-.

FIRST-CLASS FARES

Ccrida title and abstract corporation

ocala, fla.

could be made immensely attractive,

a real credit to this town, and we

would not have to wait long for. a

material increase in the number of I

tourists. The admirable effort of tne

Woman's Club toward beautifying
the road leading to the springs

should create a desire in all of lis. to
see this gemw this wonder of nature

as beautiful in time as human effort

and ingenuity can possibly make it.

one of; the especial big days of the

chautauqua.

In 1 this lecture Captain Hobson

bings a .message of keen interest and

one of vital importance to every

American farmer, merchant, profes professional
sional professional man, father, and motherland a
message that' every boy and girl of

the'eountry should hear.

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I'ackin and Storing
Shipping of Freight,.
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.

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or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
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WINDSOR HOTEL AND PARK
Jacksonville, Florida

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: Orange Springs, March 11. Mr.
Schwartzbeck is busy clearing his
land and building a house on his land

near Mr. Lewis Benson.

Mr. Duncan returned from St. Pe

tersburg Saturday, where he has been

for the nast month.

"Mr. Stack has returned to his home
in New York. He 'says that he will

snend the winters in Orange Springs

Mr. Dennis of Montreal, Canada,
was registered at the Carlton House

Sftturdav and Sunday.

Dr. Libby left Monday for his
home in Chicaeo. En route home he

will stoo over in Jacksonville a few

days. -While here he was a guest of

the Peerram House.

Pi-of. Larson-has his cottage very

nearly finished. : He and Mr. Morgan

are making great improvements in

section 19:

Mrs. O. H. Parker was given a sur-

nnse party aaiuraay evemng ujr

mm 1 J1

about seventy-nve ot ner inenas.

Mr. A. L. Wimberly is now post-

Tnnste? at this Dlace. Jtie succeeaea

Mr J. H. Pesrram.

As soon as Mr. J. R. Wimberly has

his store finished he will move the

postoffice there and with his brother
they will go into the mercantile busi

ness.

Mr. and Mrs. Motes are the proud

narents of a baby boy

Mr. Olson has moved into the Capt.

Smith cottaee.

Mr. Hall, wife and sister, Mrs

Wood, went to their home in Mariet Marietta,
ta, Marietta, Ohio, last week. They made many
friends while here who will be glad to

have them here again next winter-
Mr. Samuel McCook gave a lecture
in the Methodist church Monday ev evening.
ening. evening.

FOR THE STOMACH AND LIVER
I. N. Stu.rt, West Webster, N. Y

writes: "I have used Chamberlains
Tablets for disorders of the stomach

and liver off and, on for the past five
years, and it affords me pleasure to
state that I have found -them to be
just as represented. They are mild in
their action and the results have been
satisfactory. I value them highly."
For sale by all dealers. 3-l-15t
Knowledge and Charity.
Knowledge bloweth up but charity
uildeth up. Bacon.
RECOMMENDS CHAMBER CHAMBERLAIN'S
LAIN'S CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
"I take pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my
customers because I. have confidence
in it. I find that they are pleased
with it and call for it when again in
"ed of such a medicine," writes J. Yvr.

BEST TREATMENT

: 1-OR CONSTIPATION
"My daughter used Chamberlain's

Tablets for constipation with good re-
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suits ana l can recommena mem nign nign-ly"
ly" nign-ly" writes Paul B. Rabin, Brushly, La.
For sale by all dealers. 3-1-1 5t

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

TO THE HOUSEWIFE
Madam, if your husband is like most
men he expects you to look after the
health of yourself and children.
Coughs and colds are the most com common
mon common of the minor ailments and are
most likely to lead4;o serious diseases.
A child is much more likely to con contract
tract contract diphtheria or scarlet fever when
it has a cold. If you will inquire into

the merits of the various remedies

that are recommended for coughs and

! colds, you will find that Chamberlain's

Cough Kemery stands high in the es-t

.timation of people who use it. It is

prompt and effectual, pleasant ;and
safe to take, which are qualities espe especially
cially especially to be desired when a medicine
is intended for children. For sale by
all dealers. 3-l-15t

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day. For tickets -and other miormauon, can on or aoares

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as it always does. We are more determined than ever that DOLLAR DAY shall be a memorable one
for those who patronize.us cn that day. Below we quote a few specials. t

D OLLAR DA.Y "MONEY SAVJE RS"

12 yards 3d in Pa jama Check,
on DOLLAR DAY for....
13 yards of Curtain Scrim, on
DOLLAR DAY for
G yards Gaze Mawell diess
goods in pretty plaids

$1 .00
$1.00
$1.00

yards Cord Flame' Dress
Good3 in new shades for.

$1 .00

12 ards, 40 in. Sheer White f- fkfi

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13 yards Amoskeag Outinj?, in Cl Afl
all colors, on DOLLAR DAY A JUZ

Three Crepe Gowns in new f
styles, oi DOLLAR DAY for.

Five pair Ladies Silk Hose, in
all 'colors, JDOLLAR DAY
One Kabo Corset, S1.50 value
on DOLLAR DAY for.

Our store is full of Bargains. They are not Dollar Day Specials, but they are bargains neverti:
and while you are taking advantage of our Dollar Day offerings don't fail to look over our large and
nlete stock You will find something you need.

We can save you money on everything in the, Dry Qoods, 'Shoe, and liadlcs one G
Furnishing Lines.

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Where Quality- Comes First and
the Price Next

The following is a list of Special Values for

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devoted to William Sterling Battis,
one of the stars of the American

" SS A T A AT A T7"T7 A TTJO Xlnlatform.

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V V jCTLJUii k- V y J t JLJL-J x Jk.x. jl jljl. Vk ; irayais or tne cnaracters of Dickens.
I ? v Mr. Battis possesses a splendid voice

. and in his number resented Dickens

(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106) ; himself and ten of his characters, in X
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- ; complete costume ana witn appro

priate monologue. In his repertoire

X

THE ACME OF PERFECTION
IN COLA DRINKS

were:

PprlcsniflT in Mnrtin r'VmTrloTv-if-

Captain Tuttle, Uriah Keep in David ?

Copperfield, Bill Sykes in Oliver

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ARMOUR ST All HAMS 8 TO 12 POUNDS, per pound
WHITE BACON, per pound. . . .... ... ... ......
LARD COMPOUND, per pound.,. .. .... . ....
10 pounds Water Ground Meal..; ... ...... .......
Irish Potatoes, per peck
Hecker's Oat Meal, per package ...... -
60c Tins Log Cabin Syrup, per tin . . .... .....
35c Jars Royal Scarlet Preserve per jar ..... ......
25c Jars Curtice Bros' Jams, per; jar ............ ..
2-pound Tins Baltimore Tomatoes, per tin ..........
2-pound tin's Baltimore Tomatoes, per dozen tins... ..
Green Coffee, per pound 15c, 8 pounds- for . . . .
Roasted Coffee, per pound . . -

15c Tins Salmon, per tin ..........
15c Tins Red Line Peas, two tins for .........
15c tins Red Line Limas, two t5 for r..........
20 c tins Burt Olney's Beans, per tin . . . . .

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Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Trantham, who j Belgians, increased justice to Jews,
have been enjoying a fortnight wed- j kindness to prisoners and the abolish abolish-ding
ding abolish-ding trip, arrived last night and willjing of intoxicating liquids in Rus Rus-be
be Rus-be guests of Mrs. Trantham's par-1 sia. Dr. Tupper is confident the war
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bullock until will not last until October, and after
Saturday, leaving then for their home j then there will be peace always, car car-in
in car-in Tallahassee. j rying out Victor Hugo's prophecy of
j 1849, when he prophesied that can-
Miss Mary Wyatt Galbraith of Gal-! non balls at the close of the twentieth
braith Springs, Tenn., will conclude, .century would be found only in

to the regret oi many inenas, a visrc museums, inat aisorganization is i

. . . -" ii i i, r auu iiui iiitr btuut'in.

, ; among the warring nations. Woman
Missr Janet Weathers has returned suffraire and national nrohihitinn

from a visit of ten Bays to her cousin, two J things that are bound to come,
Mrs. IVrStevens fn -Lakeland jvilf advance civilization higher tham
'" J ' i t has ever been.

This morning at 9:30 o'clock at the Dr. Tupper strongly advocates thei

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reading of roliyanna by everybody .minutes limit.

Graded on articulation, quality and

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ers, Sidney Carlton in the Tale of j V
Two Cities, and others. The changes
from one character to another were &
made in full view of the audience and X
with great rapidity. The characters
were selected with the view of inter-

lien i:ag

primary school a beautiful

was raised., Flag exercises were
most appropriates and enjoyed by

We:.ofier ffiie

folio vvino for Doll

1 35c Tin Royal Scarlet Peaches
1 35c Tin Royal Scarlet Apricots
1 40c Tin Royal Scarlet Cherries
1 30c Tin. Robin Hood Peaches
1 30c Tin Robin Hood Apricots
1 35c Tin Robin Hood Cherries
i 20c Tin Robin Hood Sliced Peaches
1 25c Tin Brownie Peaches
1 30c Tin Brownie White Cherries
1 25c Tin Brownie Salmon
1 20c Tin Royal Scarlet Tunna Fish
1 15c Tin Fish Flakes

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125c Tin R. Scarlet Stringless Beans

1 20c Tin Royal Scarlet Lima Beans
1 15c Tin Royal Scarlet Corn r
1 15c Tin Royal Scarlet Baked Beans j
1 15c Tin Royal Scarlet Tomatoes J

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1 Package Autocrat Tea ...... .15 bjji, y i ff
1 Pound Autocrat Coffee ..... .35 rnp lll .CllJ
1 Package Baker's Cocoa. ....... .15 U1 v w
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LOT No. 2 Regular Price
24 Pound Sack Obelisk Flour.. .$1.10 ATT Vx
1 Bottle Extract (any flavor) . :i0 jiqR 'Jj)l'.00

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Vt ; 4 Pounds Sugar . . . . . . . .30

X 8 Pounds Meal I: '...- .:..-.-- .25

1 Pound Lard . . ....... . . .12
3 Pounds Rice ....... ....... .25
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1 Dozen Fresh Eggs ..... . . $ .20
Three Cans 3 Pound Tomatoes . .35
3 Cans Campbell Soup . ... . .30
3 Cans Sugar Corn ...... . ... .30
2 Glasses Jelly ....... .. .. ... .20

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$1.00

$1.35

We invite you to come and see our new Grocery Department which
we have moved in the rear of our main building, where we can take
care of our increasing Grocery patronage. Fresh Goods, Prompt Ser Service,
vice, Service, Low Prices for Cash are our offerings.

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PHONE DOUBLE ONE OCALA, FLA.

PUT YOUR AD IN THE STAR

Annual U. D. C. Convention
Members of theJJ. D. C. will be in interested
terested interested in the following communica communication
tion communication from the state president, Sister
Esther Carlotta:
Resthaven, St. Augustine, March 8.v
To the Chapters of the Florida Divis Division,
ion, Division, U. D. C.
My dear Chapter Presidents and
Members: The twentieth annual con convention
vention convention of the Florida division, Unit United
ed United Daughters of the Confederacy, will
be held in Leesburg as the guest of
Confederate Gray Chapter, No. 641,
assembling on the first Wednesday in
May or May 5, 1915.
The state treasurer's books will
close April 15, and all chapters are re requested
quested requested to have their state dues paid
in full for their membership by that
date.
- Credentials for the convention will
be sent out at an early date, and
chapters are asked to send the copy
bslonging to the hostess chapter to
Mrs. F. C. W. Kramer, president, as
soon as it can be possible for them to
do so, and to tell her accurately how
many delegates she may expect. This
is an important courtesy and I ask
your attention to it; of the other, two
copies, one goes to the state recording
secretary and the third v to the chair chairman
man chairman of your chapter delegation tobe
taken to credentials committee meet meeting,
ing, meeting, r Faithfully your president,
" Sister Esther Carlotta, S. R.
President Florida Division U. D. C.
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. The Chautauqua
; The program for today and tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow is as follows:
' March 12th
7:45, p. m Concert by the Hearons
Sisters..,
8:30 p. m. -Miss Gay Zenola Mac Mac-Laren
Laren Mac-Laren in the. play, "Bought and Paid
For." '-.
; Blarch 13th
2:30 p. m. Full concert by the
Hearons Sisters.
3:30 p. m. Piano contest.
7:45 p. m. Concert by the Hcason?
Sisters. v

m. Miss (Jay Zenola Mnc-

esting the casual reader of Dickens

(Concluded on Sixth Page)

DECLAMATION CONTEST

Prose and poetry in English. Eight

Mill

Made from Original Coca Cola formula
Will Soon Be On Sale.
" BEST YET'
Free city auto delivery service.
Four cylinder, four speed truck.
VELVET
Ice Cream delivered at your door
OPFNING SOON

BOTTLING 1. ICE GBEffl COOPS'
10 W. FORT KING, AVE.

aVid the applying of the radiant vis

i n. His lecture concluded the af ter ter-n
n ter-n on session.
Axel Skovp-aard and firtit;ts rmpn-

4d the evening entertainment with a

forty-five minute concert, playing a
various program. By request Mme.
Ellerbrook sang "Little Boy Blue," a
number on Wednesday's program. It
was with regret that the audience
heard the concluding number of the
final program to be given in this city
by the artists. They left today for
Gainesville.
The remainder of the evening was

range of voice 30 points.
Poise, ease nnd effectiveness cf de delivery
livery delivery 40 points,
Sympathetic rendition entering
into the spirit of it 30 points.
Send in your name3 quick. Contest
at 3:30 p. m.; March 15th.
See the medal at Burnett's.
J. D. Rooney, Secretarv.

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St. Patrick cards at The Murray
Company. 12-3t

Etfster cards, The Murray Company.

Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is tnlcn t
protect it from contamination while it gws through the processes v, hit .'s re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.

ru.i weigm ana sansiaciory service go with tins good ice of ours. L

have your custom we deserve it.

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8:30 p.
Laren in
Lady."

the play, "The Governor's

Th- Becoi... Jay of the Chutaina

was c$uccessiul t i'om every point oi
view, the management being grafid

with the size cf the audiences last
night and today and the patrons of

the Chautauqua being greatly pleas

ed with the entertainment features
going to make up the program of the
day.

Yesterday afternoon beginning at

3:30 o'clock. Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper,

of Philadelphia, spoke for an hour on
"Pollyanna," written by Eleanor H.

Porter. Dr. Tupper appeared here

last year in the Chautauqua and his
return engagement has been eagerly
awaited by friends and admirers. Dr.

Tupper's address was one of the most

enjoyable ever heard in Ocala and he

was interrupted frequently by rounds

of enthusiastic applause. He spoke
under difficulties, having an aggravat aggravated
ed aggravated cold, but his record of twenty years

of engagements unbroken was an in

centive to appear anyway. Dr. Tup

per began by dividing books into
three classes, those to be .tasted,
those to be swallowed and those, to be
chewed, and digested. Under the last

head is "Pollyanna," a book" whose

real object is to teach us to get good
and happiness out of so called com common
mon common things. Pollyanna glorifies and
beautifies common things and never,

the speaker said, have men needed

radiant vision more than they do to today,
day, today, when there is such depression
the world over, caused by the war.
Dr. Tupper's lecture was a plea to
disabuse the mind of the belief that

the world is growing worse. In 1897,

at Chester, England, he heard Glad Gladstone
stone Gladstone deliver a famous speech, the
conclusion of which was that the best
was yet to be. A deep student of be beholding
holding beholding always the world with a Pol Pollyanna
lyanna Pollyanna vision, Dr. Tupper emphasized
his points with many attractive illus illustrations.
trations. illustrations. "The Sign of the Times,"
from the pen of the second greatest
college president, he dwelt upon, also
the signing of 129 international treat treaties
ies treaties in the past four years by the Unit United
ed United States. Though horrible in the
fullest degree, the European war has
already brought forth some gocd
fruit, namely: the heroism of the

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BUY AT

Monday March 15.
WILL PAY YOU TO

on Dollar Day, because on the same high quality merchandise
which he always sells he has made lower prices. Little money
will buy BIG BUNDLES of GOOD GOODS at his store on

MARCH 15th, 1915

. His counters will be covered from end to end with numeroi

Bargains in addition to the few Dollar Day Specials mentione
in this space;

O QILJL.AB3. BAY 13 GAMS

MONDAY,

1 c

One lot Mens Undrr Undrr-'wear
'wear Undrr-'wear Shirts and Draw Drawers
ers Drawers ail sizes, consist consisting
ing consisting of cheeked nainooS;,
crepe, and gauze the 50 j
valut s, i tor

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One lot Plain Naiu Naiu-t
t Naiu-t o.)k and Long C I t h,
36 in. wide worth 10 and,
12 cents. 12 vards for

31 M

One lot of Men's Elas

tic Seam Drawers,
best 59'ceiit value.

the

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One lot Meifs Mali'
Hose, the Best 25c value
in black, tan and colors
at. 5 pairs for

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

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VALUE
FOR
YOUR.
MONEY
NOW

One
Waists
at each

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on

of. Ladles"
Dollar Day

1

One lot Glen's Hatsfc worth fron. $1.50 to
$2.00, on DOLLAR DAY for, QQ
One lot Sheets, worth from 30 to 70c, on
DOLLAR DAY they will go j 00
One lot of Sheets worth from 40 to 50c, on
DOLLAR DAY, they will go jj J QQ
One lot Comforts, worth from $15 to
$1.75, on DOLLAR DAY, at jj QQ
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, CM fl ft
12 for 31.UU

One lot Children's outing night gowns,

worth from 50c. to 60c, 3
for

$1.00

fc 7
$1.00

$1.00

$1.00

One lot Children's Muslin Drawers, worth

from 10 to 18 cents,. DO L-
LAR DAY, 11 pairs for. .

One lot of over 1200 yards of Dress

Ginghams, all new and fast colors, worth.

from 10 to 15 c per yard,
12 yards for .....

One lot 36 in Staple Percales, fast colors,
worth 12c per yard ft ft
10 yards for 4 1 JJ
One lot boys and girls Rompers, all col colors
ors colors and sizes, worth 50c, 00
One lot White Dress Goods, Shirting,
Waisting etc., consisting of Sheer Lawn3
Madras, Voils, Crepes, etc., worth from
15c to 25c per yard, 1 ft ft
8 yards for P A KJxJ

One lot Ladies Summer Ribbed Union

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

$1.00

27

in

Brown Do-
.5)1 .00

One lot of -850

mestic, wroth 5c per yard,
. SO yard:; for ........

One lot 30 in Uleached Domestic, Lons Lonsdale
dale Lonsdale and other staple brands, v, crth

" 'from 10 to 12'-i c. per yard Q1. HO

13 yards for

the

One lot of American Lady- Cor? r?t

$1.50 and 2.00 values, at Q T fA

each,

'.'ne lot Childrens' Lov- .Shoes, small sizes,
2 and 3 pairs on DOLLAR C 1 ft O
DAY for . . . i- o
.'Jne lot of Lndles' Shorf;, wihch we v.'.il
fer on DOLLAR DAY at p p,
per pair i. Xj j
One lot of Laces and Embroierie?, v.orth
double the price, to 1 f r
at from . . . . C JiJO

Inspect our new line of Palm Beach Suits, Boys Pants, Mens, Boys
and Children s Straw Hats, just in. Don't miss the day of great bargains,
Dollar Day, March 15. 1915, at

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Ucala vi&tii(i stah, Friday, MARCH 12, m:?.

(Continued from Fifth Page)

To many the most delightful and
profitable parts of last years Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua were the Bible study hours

conducted by Dr. Tupper and this

morning many of his admiring friends
4 welcomed the opportunity to hear
him again discussing the Bible.
The program opened at 10:30

o'clock with nraver by Dr. J. M.I
Gross,, of the Methodist church. Dr.
Tupper took for his subject, the book
of Genesis, the book of beginning,
commencing with the first chapter.
On account of long quotations, many
dates and numbers, he spoke from
manuscript, giving his hearers time
to make accurate notes which they
came prepared to take.
This afternoon the Hearons Sisters,
just back from the Panama canal
zone, where they were sent by the U.
S. government, gave a concert. This
is one of the most satisfactory and
high class musical companies on the
concert platform and the numberp
given by the four members were par
ticularly enjoyable.
Mr. Battis portrayed a number of
other characters of Dickens' this aft
ernoon. It is not often that an Ocala
audience has the privilege of hearing
a man as well known as this art. Be
sides instructive, his characters are
most interesting and amusing. Mr.
Battis made his debut on the stage on
the back of Joseph Jefferson in Rip
Van Winkle and has. tlaved with
Clara Morris and James O'Neil.
''
Several members of the local camp
of Confederate Veterans met with the
Dickinson Chapter U. D. C, this aft
ernoon at the residence of Mrs. D. E.
Mclver, and the Daughters, have de
cided to extend an invitation to" the
Florida Division of United Confed
erate Veterans to meet in Ocala in
October. From the best information
at hand the invitation will be accept-
Mrs. I. F. Bennett entertained de;
lightfully this afternoon at auction!
her guests including the members of
tha young ladies' auction club and a
few friends, making four tables of
congenial players.
0 0
Miss Marguerite Porter y left this
afternoon for Gainesville for an over overnight
night overnight visit to Mr. and Mrs. William
Dale. ; .. ';'
Little : lIiss Dorothy Stevens, who
has been the guest of her grandpar grandparents,1
ents,1 grandparents,1 Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stevens for
a week, will return to her home in
Lakeland soon.
0-0.0
Friends will regret to hear of the
illness of Dr. Walter Hood. He is
- having a tussle with grip.
' ? .'
. Mrs. HV W. Henry f Lake Weir
and Mrs.O. H. Rogers of Lynne were
Visitors today.
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...
iTie monthly social given by the
Ladies' Aid Society, of the Presby-
tna'n church will.be held Monday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, March 15th, from 3 to 6
o'clock, at. the home of Mrs. W. M.
McDowell. All friends of the church
are cordially invited.
The lemon social held by the King's
Daughters at the home of Mr. and
' Mrs. W. H. McConn last night proved
a success. Owing to the Chautauqua
and much sickness, the crowd was
email, but quite a neat sum was made.
Lemonade and cake were served as
refreshments and games were enjoyed
by all. : The young people went away
expressing many thanks t for the
- pleasant evening.
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
FOR PLUMBING
; AND ELECTRIC WORK
Call J. F. Robbinson at phone 443. All
work guaranteed. 2-13-tf
Virginia Style.
Smoked Hams,
v i Made in Marion County,
Florida, U.S.A.)
25c PER POUND.. DFLIVEOFD
Phone 34
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Embalnier
- With
E. C. Jordan & Co.
iFwmiture and
Undertakers
Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.
219 WEST BROADWAY
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One lot figured Voile Dress- M nn
es, values up to 6 at pioUU
One lot Ladies waists, all M flfl
size& 4I.UU
One lot Kimonas and House CI flfl
Dresses pl-UU
. Ladies Undervests, 15c val-(M flfl
, ues, 10 for I w U
1.50 Muslin and Crepe ?1 flfl
Gowns at...... ..V. I-UU
35c Wayne Knit Hose, M flfl
Lisle Thread, all col. 4 pr. pi.UU

New Leather Hand Bags (f 1 flfl
, all new shapes $1.50 val. 4I-UU

Extra. B3cial
IIS
Woodmen meet this evening.
t
Easter cards The Murray Company.
Mr. J. S. Turner of Anthony is
among the visiting: farmers in the
today.
t "-!
!IrK-frottlieb is home from a
two weeks' trip in South Florida in
the interest of the Fraternal Union
and will remain until Monaay.
AGATHERIDAN SOCIETY
The Agatheridan Society held its
regular meeting this afternoon.. After
the minutes of the preceding meeting
had been read and approved the fol following
lowing following program was rendered:
Subject : The British Isles. ;
Song, by school. I
One line description of a famous
building or place in the British Isles
Rows "two and .five.
Essay, "London Tower" -Mortimer
Goodwin.
Essay, "Edinburgh" Eloise Henry.
Essay, "Famous Cathedrals in Eng England'
land' England' Kathleen Spencen
The story of Patrick Henry, told by
George Newsom. a .--v,-
. Debate: Resolved, the Recession of
the South was Justifiable. Affirmative,
Katherine Strunk, Marshall Bouvier;
negative, Westlake Hollinrake, Roscoe
Meffert.
. The judges decided in favor of the
affirmative. :
CAFETERIA SUPPER
The ladies of the Christian church
will serve a St. Patrick's Cafeteria
supper Wednesday evening, ; March
17th, from 6 to 9:30 o'clock at the ar armory.
mory. armory. A liberal patronage is solicit solicited
ed solicited and visitors in the city are espe especially
cially especially invited and will be welcome.
The menu will include: Boiled ham,
turkey and dressing, potato salad,
fruit salad, potato chips, baked beans,
brown and white home-made bread,
pickles, caky, ice cream, coffee, tea,
cocoa."'; t
HEALTH PROMOTES HAPPINESS

OGALA OGG

citsl

Without health, genuine joy is im im-posible;
posible; im-posible; without good digestion and
regular bowel movement you cannot
have health. Wrhy neglect keeping
bowels open and risk being sick ana
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 better. Helps your appetite
and.digestion. Try one tonight. Mon,
Tues, Fri. wklj. : Adv.
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
Patch Broken Plaster.
To fill up the broken place In the
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.
' w fc mm0mimtmmm
. NOTICE
The state and county tax books
will close according to the laws of
Florida on the last day of March.
Come as early as you possibly can,
thus avoiding the big rush we always
have the last ten or fifteen days the
tax books are .open. Also be sure and
bring or send a correct description of
your property when you wish either
a memorandum of the amount or to
pay your taxes, thus reducing the
possibility of an error to the mini minimum.
mum. minimum. If you write us do not be im impatient
patient impatient if our reply seems delayed.
We will answer as fast as we possi possibly
bly possibly can and as near as practical all
letters in the order in which they
were received. Yours very truly,
W. L. COLBERT,
3-4-S0d Tax Collector-

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8 yards
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v 8 yards

Prices on EpnltDFoMcFfics, Laces sihM SmiinminnieF (Scfls

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WEATHER REPORT
This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for .the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min. R.F.
March 1 56 46 j
March. 2 ......65 37 ..
March 3 62 51
aiarch 4 .72 56 . I
March 5 . .. .. .72 52 .89
March 6 .70 48
March 7 ...60 44 ..r
March'8 ......54 36 .. i
March 9 .60 28
March 10 ": . ...... .65 45
DAIRY INSPECTION
And Milk Examination for th Mnnfh
of February
mem
14
3 cS
52 o
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Osteen . .... .75 410 12.89 6,900
Marion Farms .84 4.0 13.18 5,900
Campbell Farm 84 4.3 13.45 6,700
Ocala Heights .93 4.9 14.36, 4,500
Hall
Hewitt . I
Mrs. Close
Mrs. Pyles
Mrs. Roller
na a a 10 78 a r.(r
..84 3.8 12.90 14,500
..78
..66
. .57
() Sells only butter and butter
milk.
W. K; Lane, M. Dl, Physician andj

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Xosci T y
and Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala Lodge .No. 6yy, 10 Ai.,
. .iimeets every Thursday at 8:30 p. -u.

tix. ,

People who trade with the Rexalljnolia street, near postoffico.
stores get best quality in everything.! t J- D- Booney, Dictator.
Geria. 18-tf .'
. ODD FELLOWS

Business is always good at Gerig's,
because it is the Rexall store. 18-tf
" v
First of the season Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
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-!
cuit court of Marion county, Florida,
of date March 4th, 1915, in that cer certain
tain certain cause pending in said courtin
which M. C. Kiser Company, a cor
poration organized and existing under j
the laws of the state of Georgia, is
plaintiff, and F. M. Harp and J. N.
Tiller, co-partners doing business un-j
der firm name of F. M. Harp & Com
pany, are defendants I have levied
upon the property situate in Marion
county, Florida, more particularly de described
scribed described as follows: Swi of "swH
except 7.73 chains square in north northwest
west northwest corner, and 7.73 chains square in
southeast corner of nw of sw4 of
sec 15, tp -12 s, r 23 enwU of nwi
of sec 22, tp 12 s, r 23 e, w of nei
of seU of sec 8, tp 13 s, r 24 e, se
of sei of sei of sec 8, tp 13 s, r
24 e, lot 10 except 10 chains north
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 j
110 yds north and south by 220 yds
east ana west in soutnwest corner,
sec 9, tp 13, s, r 24 e, e of sei of
nei 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 sell said lands at
public outcry, to the highest and best
bidder for cash on
Monday, April 5th, 1915
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,
SherhT of Marion County, Florida.
D. Niel Ferguson, 4-thur
Plaintiff's Attorney.
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MONTGOMERY.6
ADVERTISHtG COUPAIIY, F.Z

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ZEPHYR GINGHAMS
All our regular 12 l-2c yard M flfl
Ginghams at 10 yards 4)1. UU
5 yards Kimona Plissee, 25c (M flfl
value 41.UU

Suitings,
$1.00

Lonsdale Bleaching, special M flfl
12 yards I.UU
Lyke Linen Sheer Quality' M flfl
10 yards ... 4H.UU
Good Quality Sheer Nainsook(M flfl
10 yards ..f. $1.UU
40-Inch Dotted Swiss Sheer 1 flfl

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THE MARKETS
Chicago, March 12. May wheat,
1.54.
Corn, 72.
Oats, 58.
Pork, 17.70.
- Lard, nominal.
Ribs, 10.15.
OCALA FRATERNAL OHDERS
5IAIIIOX-DUNN
rr'-
MASONIC
Marlon-Dunn Lodge TCo. i, F. &
A. M.j meets on the first and third
Thursday evening of each morith at 'j
7: 30 o'clock, until further notice.
i a. tt. I5uroett, vv. M.
; Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge'a hall 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. 28(5, B. P. O. E.
and protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Suesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club "house
opposite postoffice, east.siae.
David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary.' Ad
LOYAL OF PER OF 3J.OUSE
j Visiting brethern always wejeome ;o
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F..
jmeetsn Yonge's.Hall every Tuesday
i evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel-
!ome always extended to vlsitin?
Ce;be
t
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge. Fraternal UniOD
of America, meets In Yonge's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor F. M
Cha3. K. Sage. Secretar. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE VORLl
Fo"t ,King Camp Xo. 14 meets at
! the K. of P. Hall, at :20 p. m., every
gecond and fourth Friday. visitln?
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W.-Lamar, C. G.
Chas. K.-Sage Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
i Ocala- Lodge No. 19. Conventions
jheld every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Jastle Hall, over the James Carlisle
Irugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Charles Goddard, C. C
Chas. K; Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular conv5cat!cr!S of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on thf
fourth Fridar in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Broam, Secretary.
OCALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with os.
Sarah C. Blitch, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R. and M. C
Ventilate the Bedroom.
Sleep with the bedroom window
wide open. The ld superstition that
night air is unhealthy even for an in invalid
valid invalid is entirely false On the con contrary,
trary, contrary, night air. especially in large
cities. Is pjlrer and better than day
air, because it Contains less dust and
fewer microbes. To get the best ven ventilation
tilation ventilation have the window open at
both top and baom.

C TT H O M S

1

LADIES SHOES

One Lot of Ladies High fie Low
Shoes broken sizes, pair
$1.50 Velvet Rugs all new
patterns, a bargain at

Table Damask 70 inches wide(Ji flfl
regular 75c yd, 2 yds ? I Ull

Napkins special lot regular
price $1.50 doz this day doz
LEST YOU FORGET
Lest the older people forget, and
the younger never know, the beauty
of the steps of the old-fashioned
dances, the Lake Weir" Yacht Club
will give a program on next Saturday
night of. the old-time dances. The
new dances will be barred for the eve evening.
ning. evening. Here is the program:
1.
2.
o
t.
4.
5.
C
Grand march and Sicilian circle.
Square dance.
Schottische.
Contra dance (chorus jig).
Waltz. :
Contra dance (old "Zip Coon). j
7." Square dfince (Portland fancy)!
Intermission. :
8. Two-step.
9. Square dance. .....,
1-
10. Contra dance, (money musk)
11. Polka. ; :.-,5.,
12 Square dance. ' V
' 13. Contra dance (Virginia reel).
Extras. .. ' ..
Only the music of the fiddle will be
heard. Two Yankee fiddlers, who
have had years of experience in' fur furnishing
nishing furnishing music for the old-time "hoe "hoe-downs"
downs" "hoe-downs" have been scraping the strings
for a week in anticipation of the event.
It will be a real old-fashioned dance,
and club members, olci and young,
will find it one of the most entertain? entertain?-ing
ing entertain?-ing numbers on the long list of de delightful
lightful delightful events that the club has en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. Get your partners.
WHIFF OF THE PINE FORESTS!
How it clears .the throat and head
of its mucous ailments. It is this spii
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-J
tie today. All druggists, 25c. Elec Electric
tric Electric Bitters a Spring Tonic. iMon tues,
Fri wkly. Adv.
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.
Board of County Commissioners,
3-wed-3t By W. D. Cam, Chairman.
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 law
for the collection of state and county
taxes, or' that may be hereafter pro provided,
vided, provided, in so far as the ssme is.appli-
n Hint for
In a little book designed for expectant
mothers more complete Instruction Is
given in tne use or
ft;
"Mother's Friend.
mm
This Is an external
embrocation applied
to the abdominal
muscles for the pur pur-pose
pose pur-pose of reducing
the strain on liga ligaments,
ments, ligaments, cords and
tendons.
It serves' to ease
thi ml rid JndSrectlv
has a most beneficial effect upon the
nervous system and thousand of women
have delightedly told how they were free
of nausea, had no morning: sickness and
went through the ordeal with most re remarkable
markable remarkable success. "Mother's Friend" has
been mowing- In popular favor for more
than forty years. In almost every com community
munity community are grandmother? who used It
themselves, their daughters have used It
and they certainly must know what a
blessing It is when they recommend It
so warmly. It is u.ed very successfully to
prevent caking of Lreasts,
"Mother's Friend" has been prepared tn
the laboratory of CradSeld Regulator Co
304 Lamar BIdg., Atlanta, Ga., for mors
-han two generations and can be had cf
almost any drusist fom coast toccast.
V.'rUe to-day fcr the l!ttle LocX

t i

AND

50c Silk Neckweai, special (
4 for... ...

$1.00

.
35c Kool Knit Underwear r
. 4 for.. .... ;)!. Ulj
35c Mens' Silk Hose. Black C 0
and Colors . ') a J
A lot of new Negligee Shirts rf
all new pattern, $1.50 val. J C
$1.50 Boy Scout Suits, lim- fs-;
ited Stock v i O U
One Lot Boys Shoes, odds C"l C

$1.00

$1.00

ana ends, per pair v
One Lot Felt Hats, broken r

sizes vaL nn
i All
5.

1UU..U-LUld rin!

Now Oo

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 insnection and vid-

2 tors are welcome.

:v : We are Bottling, for. the trade, only, our fa famous
mous famous Georgia drink,
CHERO-COLA

V

the drink that is famous foflts purity, that catis-
fies the thirsty, refreshes the weary; pleases the
I most fastidious taste. Every dealer in reach' of
I Ocala should have ourCHER0-COL A on sale.
; We are also bottling a full line of carbonated
soft drinks.-

X uur plant is two bioeKH south of the square, on

Main street.
PUcnn nni nnrri mn nnnnisMv

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Phone 521
: A
ROOM AND BATH FOR A
(QXCA?
Restaurant with

NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath 1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the Houhc
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cable; that the city cotmiil of said
city shall be the equalization board for
said city irTsuch matters and that it
shall be empowered to provide by or ordinance
dinance ordinance for the hearing and adjusting
of ail complaints in such matters, and
for the time of assessing and collect collecting:
ing: collecting: such taxes, the opening: and clos
ing of the tax books, the duties of
the tax assessor in relation tothe re return
turn return and assessment of property, in
addition to the powers already con conferred
ferred conferred in such matters upon said
council; that any property not taxed
for any year by reason of omission or
error, or that escaped the payment of j
the taxes for any year by reason of i
such error or omission shall be taxed!
the next ensuing, year for both thej
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 t arable 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 bond3 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 shall
show it to contain more than 10,000
inhabitants.
That there shall be a city clerk, a
city treasurer and a city ecliector
elected annually by the city council in
accordance with law, whose porers
and duties shall he -such as thall be
fixed by the city council of said city.
To empower said city to issue in-

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dustrial bonds not to exec
to encourage and assist in the c-f
lifthment of factories nr.d trnttrpi-
within the corporate limit.-: o: r .'J
city, and to make such 1-, :nv ti l
owners or parties interests J .-;
enterprises or factories a? rray I r -proved
b a majority cf the Lend tr-.v-tees
of said city, provided the inter t
charged cn such loans i3 not to h-s i
than the interest paid on such hohC .,
To empower the said city to i -assess
paving and sidewalk special f :
sessments which may be void by r -son
of irregularities and errors; x
to empower the p-iii city 3
serve notice on unknown prcpfr 1
owners or absent property owner, Lr
publication in newspapers when sue!
property owners may 'be required i:
construct any street or fcidewalk pav paving
ing paving cn any property by said city.
That the members of the city ecu -cil
are to each receive the salary f
$15 per month, and thnt any m:
ber absenting himself frcn Lrr r -uiar
meeting of the city our.cil rl
have the sum of $7.50 u: ducted fr
such salary, unless he had f-,t
cured the written con. -nt cf
president of the council to 1 o
That only the duly r.urui': . 1
registered voters cf the i.'Lid c:ty ..
possess real or personal j-rc; r' r
ject to taxation by said city to
amount of ?200 and who hav4 j I -taxes
last due thereon rhill I
mitted to vote in any tkctic.n r
for the purpose of issui.-,-; :
the said city.
That no franchise of nnv
be granted by-the city cf
any person, firm cr corpcrui'..
outthe ccT.sent of a rr.aj.32if
registered voters cf the c:tv cf -voting
at an election for t
called and that any r
corporation desiring to
such franchise fhali C :
city
clerk
time as shall be fixed
council, a sufficient sum cl :
amount thecof to bs fixed b
council, fUK.cient to delr;,
penses cf calling and hoi
el?ction.
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