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

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

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II IE8CUI VESSELS 1ST ACC0UI1T

ANY HATIOM MAY OBTAIN IMfilEJfllTY BY DECLINING TO TRADE WITH GERMANY, T
OR AUSTRIA

London, March 15. The long ex expected
pected expected official proclamation declaring
a naval blockade again Germany was
issued today.
EASY WAY OUT OF IT
Every merchant vessel which sailed
after March 1st to other than a Ger German
man German port, carrying goods of enemy
destination or any vessel sailing from
other than a German port having
goods of enemy origin, may be re required
quired required to discharge their cargoes at
a British or an allied port.
Any country which declares that no
commerce shall b carried in its ships
intended for or originating in Ger Germany
many Germany or belonging to German sub subjects
jects subjects may enjoy the protection of its
EICHTIi 0
WESTER
IS BECOMING FIERCER AS THE
; ALLIES SLOWLY ADVANCE
Paris, March 15. -Growing intent
sity marks the resumption of fighting
in the Vosges, where' a bitter strug struggle
gle struggle is in progress to dominate the
railway lines. The French have been
reinforced. A number of cities have
been bombarded.
British warships are shelling the
Germans in the vicinity of Ostend.
The British bombarded Lille, and
the counter attacks of the Germans
in the great forest near LaBassee
were rejpulsed, the invaders losing
heavily.
SLIGHT REVERSE AT STELOI
Paris, March 15. Slight reverses!
are reponea ior tne uriusn at oceioi,
the-Germans driving the British back
in a night attack. Later, the British
partially regained their lost ground.
The German assault in the Argonnes
was repulsed.
Sii THREE SHIPS
ATTACK ON BRITISH COMMERCE
HAS SLIGHT EFFECT
London, March 15. It is officially
admitted that the Florazan, Head Headlands
lands Headlands and Hartdale, three British
merchant ships, were sunk by German
submarines.
The Florazan.was torpedoed at the
mouth of Bristol channel Thursday
after landing a cargo of cotton from
Galveston to Havre. The Headlands
had also been used in the American
trade and was torpedoed off the Sicily
Islands Friday. The Hartsdale was
torpedoed Friday in the Irish Sea.
DOESN'T MAKE A
VERY DEEP DENT
Submarine Blockade is Not Punishing
British Commerce Severely-
London, March 15. The admiralty
announces the total number of British
merchant and fishing vessels lost thru
hostile action since war's outbreak to
be 88 merchant vessels. Of these,
fifty-four were victims of hostile
cruisers, twelve were destroyed by
mines and' twenty-two by submarines.
Their gross tonnage totalled 309,945.
In the same period the total ar arrivals
rivals arrivals and sailings of over seas steam steamers
ers steamers of all nationalities, of more than
30 tons, was 4,754.
RECOMMENDS CHAMBER CHAMBERLAIN'S
LAIN'S CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGn REMEDY
"I take pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my
customers because I have confidence
in it. I find that they are pleased
with it and call for it when again in
need of such a medicine," writes J. W.
Sexson, Montevallo, Mo. For sale by
all dealers. 3-1-15 1
Smoke Cubar Club. 5c Cigar.

THE
FROHT

DARDANELLES

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BUT CITY OF SMYRNA HAS BEEN
BADLY BATTERED
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London, March 15. While Tenedos

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(dispatches state that the surrender ofif9r the western front today to get

Smyrna, which is being bombarded by
British warships, is imminent, advices
from Athens indicate that the allied
fleet attacking the Dardanelles is
meeting with great difficulties. It is
believed that the big guns of the
Turkish forts inflicted greater damage
than official reports would indicate.
Smyrna has been badly battered and
portions of the city destroyed.
AN SHIP
PUNISHED -.THE BRYSZEL FOR
TOUCHING AT SCOTCH PORT
Copenhagen, March 15. The Dan
ish steamer Bryszel, Philadelphia for
Stockholm, was seized today by a Ger German
man German warship and taken to Swinmunde.
The Bryszel touched at a Scotch
port March 1st.
ABOUT TO BOIL OVER
REPORTS -OF MASSACRES MAKE
THE HELLENES WRATH Y
Athens, March 15. Turkish sol soldiers
diers soldiers .are reported to have massached
sixty Greek families in the village of
Yemeri, Asia Minor. .At Aviflk the
Musselmen troops terrorized the
town, killing six natives and forty
Greeks. The feeling in Greece today
is almost at the breaking point.
GOVERNMENT AID
IN BUILDING ROAD
Mr. J. R. Moorhead, county road
superintendent and engineer, has a
government man, Mr. Worrell, of the
agricultural department of the U. S.
government, office of public roads,
with him and they are building a half half-mile
mile half-mile of .the Blitchton road between
mileposts threeand four, by the gov government
ernment government plans and specifications.
As far as we-lcnow, this is the only
piece of demonstration road work the
government has done in this county.
The county -road crew is "doing a good
piece of work on the long neglected
Blitchton road and that section will
foon ha' nothing to complain of on
this score. The road crews are also
working on the Fairfield road at a
toint where the work is much needed.
TO THE HOUSEWIFE
v 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 lead to 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 Remery stands high in the es estimation
timation estimation off 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
BEST TREATMENT
-rOU CONSTIPATION
"My daughter used Chamberlain's
Tablets for constipation with good re results
sults results and I can recommend them high highly,"
ly," highly," writes Paul B. Rabin. Brushly, La.
For sale by all dealers. 3-l-15t
First of the season -Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf

SEIZE

TO BRITAIN OR ALLIES
EY
BY
RUSSIANS FACE AN IMMENSE
FORCE IN SUWALKI REGION
Petrograd, March 15. The czar left
first hand information of the actual
situation. It is reported that he is
dissatisfied with the recent conduct of
military affairs.
The Germans are sending heavy re-
inforcements. into Suwalki. Another
great battle is imminent west of the
Nieumen river. It is believed the Ger Germans
mans Germans spread across the positions
north of the Narew and Bobr rivers
number a million men.
GOT THE GOBEN
OTTOMANS LANDED ON THEIR
MOST EFFECTIVE ALLY
' Athens, March 15. It is reported
here that the cruiser Goben has been
wrecked by striking a Turkish mine in
the Marmora Sea and beached. Her
i big guns were dismounted and taken
ashore to the forts. Together -with
the cruiser Breslau, the Goeben was
to have aided the Turkish ships in de defending
fending defending Constantinople in the final
battle.
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
AT CHAUTAUQUA
Mrs. Frances Vesey takes the place
of Mrs. Mecca Marie Varney, who is
quite ill in a hospital in Miami.. Mrs.
Vesey is equally as strong a Chautau Chautauqua
qua Chautauqua representative and our people
need have no fear on account of the
change. The subject tonight is "Keep
Smiling."
Tex Martin, and we all know "Tex,"
says the balance of the Chautauqua
program will be the best, as he heard
it in Miami. So our good people
don't want to miss a single entertain entertainment
ment entertainment as each grows better up to the
very last night.
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
cially 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, cake, ice cream, coffee, tea,
cocoa. tf
All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Oeala Seed Store. 5-tf.
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Berlin, March 15. The Germans
captured 5,400 Russians in the fight fighting
ing fighting ncrih of Augustowo forest, in
Poland. The strong Russian attacks
north and northeast of Phzasnysz
failed, the enemy is suffering severe
ly. Hostile warships shelled the Ger German
man German positions at West Ende and
Bains. The German attacks at Ypres
made ijood progress. The French at attacks
tacks attacks at Les Mesnil were repulsed.
AO AMICABLE ANSWER
FROM GERMANY EXPECTED IN
REGARD TO THE WILLIAM
. P. FRYE
Washington, March 15, The Unit
ed States will send a protest to Ger
many Wednesday on the sinking of
the William Frye by the German
cruiser Prinz Eitel Friederich, unless
"in the meantime Germany forwards
a communication to the United States
on the subject. Officials here state
that a satisfactory answer is ex expected.
pected. expected.
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ATTACK INEFFECTIVE
ALLIES IN THE DARDANELLES
WASTING THEIR AMMU AMMUNITION
NITION AMMUNITION Constantinple, March 15. More of
the allied warsh'ps have been damag damaged
ed damaged in the operations in the Darda Dardanelles.
nelles. Dardanelles. The efforts of the hostile war warships
ships warships to approach the Turkish nine
fields have failed. The allies' claim
that they have reduced the forts at
the entrance of the Dardanelles is
denied, and the allies' bombardment
is declared ineffective.
SILVER SPRINGS NOT DAMAGED
The Times-Union of yesterday pub published
lished published a report that the Daylight
Line vessel Silver Springs had been
badly damaged by an explosion while
at her dock in Palatka.
As a matter of fact, the explosion
was on another gasoline driven boat,
lying close along side, and the Silver
Springs immediately backed out into
the stream, but not, however, before
the paint had been scorched on that
side, which will necessitate the paint painting
ing painting of the outside of the vessel as
soon as a spare day can be found for
she will not miss a trip.
Mr. Carmichael, as soon as he saw
the article in the Times-Union, tele telegraphed
graphed telegraphed that paper for its authority
and a correction, and ample apologies
were made today in a prominent space
and position, giving the name of the
paper's informant, who sent in the
information over the long distance
'phone. Mr. Carmichael thought the
erroneous information was the work
of competitors.
FOR THE STOMACH AND LIVER
I. N. Stuart, West WTebster, N. Y.,
writes: "I have used Chamberlain's
Tablets for disorders of the stomach
and liver off ar.d 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. 3-1-lot

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

CARN BLDG.

II THE

SUPPLIES TO SELL
Marion County Man Can Supply His
Neighbors With Corn
and Meat
Mr. Chas. B. Howell cf the big How Howell
ell Howell & Chambliss farm near Lowell is
an up-to-date Florida farmer.
He has just sold one carload of
hogs and has forty more fine porkers
ready to sell.
lie has sold a thousand dollars
worth of corn, shipping two carloads
to Sumter county.
He farms his broad acres in upto upto-date
date upto-date style; always has plenty for him himself
self himself and some to sell.
He shows what Florida can do, and
the more imitators he has, the richer
our state will be.
CALLING 0011
OF CARRAIi
IN REGARD TO BLOCKADE
PROGRESSO HAD IMME IMMEDIATE
DIATE IMMEDIATE EFFECT
OF
Washington, March 15. President
Wilson has served notice on Carran Carran-za
za Carran-za that the port of Progressj, Mexico,
through which practically all the
sisal used in making harvesting
twine is obtained, must be kept open.
Carranza immediately abandoned- the
blockade. It became"' known today
that the United States was prepared
to use force if necessary.
NOTICE
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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 us carry on the work
and the demands are far greater than
before. With all the organizations
for church work, clubs and orders, do
not forget that the King's Daughters
are trying to their utmost ability to
send and give here and there as re requests
quests requests come from the poor, for they
are here in Ocala. We would be very
glad to have the men jom 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 ICc for the national or organization
ganization organization with whom we affiliate? I
would like to state that every case is
investigated that is reported and that
every dime and dollar is looked after
by careful, infelligent and economical
ladies, who have been long in the
work. Will you help us and join with
us? Mrs. Bittinger.

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NEAR POSTOFFICE

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FORESTS

TEMPTED FATE SUflDAY F

AEROPLANE WINGS FAILED II
FORE A GREAT MULTITUDE
San Francisco, March 15. Lincoln
Beachey, the aviator, was killed while
making an exhibition flight at the
Panama-Pacific Exposition yesterday.
At an altitude of about 300 feet
Beachey began a sharp descent. The
wings of his aeroplane collapsed and
the machine plunged into San Fran
cisco Bay.
The fatal fall was attributed to the
fact that Beachey entrusted his life
yesterday for the first time in sever several
al several years to a monoplane.
The machine was at an altitude of
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about 3000 feet when Beachey shut
off his power. For over a. thousand
feet he dropped head-on for the earth
and then the aviator grasped his con control
trol control levers to adjust the planes for a
graceful descent. The wings crumbl crumbled
ed crumbled and the aeroplane, turning over
and over in its' fall, plunged into San
Francisco Bay, narrowly missing a
vessel at the government docks.
Thousands rushed to the nearby
water front, but with the exception
of a few splintered fragments of the
aeroplane floating on the surface of
the bay, no signs of the wrecked ma
chine could be seen. Launches put
out immediately and a boat's crew
from the Oregon joined in an attempt j
to recover the body of the aviator,
which was- strapped to the machine,
under forty feet of .water. The body
war, recovered shortly after 5 o'clock.
. Early in 1913 Beachey announced
that he had made his last flight, as asserting
serting asserting that he felt partly 'responsi 'responsible
ble 'responsible for the deaths of nine aviators,
who tried to emulate him. The deeds
of Pegoud and other daring French
flyers caused .Mm tq 'brak h!$ w6rl.
MADE liaiGlITi SifT OCALA1
Beachey was born in San Francisco
in September, 18S7, and made hi?
first flight in 1905 at Oakland, Cal.,
piloting a dirigible balloon. After
that he became the chief of American
aviators. He was the first man to
fly over Ocala, making ,two flights
here several years ago.
Try these delicious hot and cold
drinks serveu at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 17-6t
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
All varieties cf seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf.
A large shipment cf Dennson's
crepe paper in all colors just receiv receiv-1
1 receiv-1 at the Court Pharmacy. 17-Gt
When you think candy, say Nun Nun-nally,
nally, Nun-nally, and when you ?ay Nunnally
come to Gerig'si
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
St. Patrick cards at The Murray
Company. 12-3t
People who trade with the Rexall
stores get best quality in everything.
Gerig's. 18-tf

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AT THE FBISCO EIPOSIM
SUCCESS OF THEIR ARTILLERY
GAVE GERMANS A
SURPRISE
London, March 14.British suc successes
cesses successes of the last few days were due
to their artillery, which apparently is
superior to that of the Germans. The
British guns, including heavy how howitzers,
itzers, howitzers, opened the way for an advance
by the British Indian troops which
carried them to and beyond the vil village
lage village of Neuve Chapelle, while airmen
by dropping bombs on the railways
prevented the Germans from bringing
up reinforcements.
The artillery fire is described as
the fiercest that has yet been heard
in the war, and confirms what here heretofore
tofore heretofore had officially been rumored
that the British and French have
brought up since the battle of Ypres
an enormousnumber of guns of all
calibers. The German trenches on
which the artillery fire was directed,
an? completely wrecked, so that ex except
cept except in one of two places which vir virtually
tually virtually had been converted into fort fort-resres.
resres. fort-resres. the infantry was able to ad advance
vance advance without much difficulty.
BRITISH TROOPS ENCOURAGED
The success has greatly heartened
the British troops who have spent the
winter in the trenches and gives them
hope that' when the great general -movement
is" decided upon they will
be able to carry all before them.
COMPLETELY SURPRISED
An cye-witne?s in his report of thi
battle says:
"The columns of prisoners as they
marched back afforded no little en encouragement.
couragement. encouragement. The faces of many of
them were bright yellow from the ef effects
fects effects of the lyddite; the majority
looked shaken, and all admitted that
the attack had come as a complete
surprise."
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, Florida, intend to apply
to the legislature of the state cf Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, at its regular session in 1915, for
a special legislation authorizing the
re-isr.ue and validation of all outstand outstanding
ing outstanding county warrants issued by or un under
der under authority of the beard of county
commissioners of Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, prior to February lr.t, 1915, or
such of said warrants a3 the said leg legislature
islature legislature may fee fit to authorize to be
re-issued and validated; and al.-o pro providing
viding providing for the payment of interest
thereon, and for making the said war warrants
rants warrants payable1 at fixed periods.
Board County Commissioners, Marion
County, Florida. 1-30
SEE THE FARM cn the Silver
Springs road which furnhhes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
frefh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1915

STAR

OCALA EVENING

PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It, It. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
. J, II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Or'a, Fla.rpostoffice as second class matter.

PHONE 51

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

tr.A month, in advance.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
(Foreign)
Art r r

One year- in advance s.uu
Six months, in advance. .... 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. 80

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begins to look like the Everglade3
land case is becoming more of a case
of persecution than prosecution. One
of the principals has again been ar arrested.
rested. arrested. There was no money lost to

investors in the Everglades, and yet

there have been many arrests for j
fa1A claims, several trials and con-

victions, and still more arrests fol following.
lowing. following. In other states where there
have been glaring frauds and misrep

resentations, there has not been a j
single arrest even in cases where the
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purchasers of lanas lost an tney puw

into them on account of misrepresen

tation of facts."

PISTOL TOTING

SHERIFF WAS THE SINNER

Evidence is accumulating that the
sheriff of Palm Beach county is re responsible
sponsible responsible for the failure to bring the
Beach Club gamblers to justice. In
the first place, it is a self-evident
fact that such an institution couldnt
flourish without the connivance of the

authorities. A sheriff determined to
do his duty, with the governor to
back him, would make the existence
of such a place so precarious that it
wouldn't find it profitable to exist.
If the governor will tie a can on
the present incumbent and pin a
badge on a man he can depend on a
ham-fisted, ax-swinging church dea deacon,
con, deacon, if one exists in that county a
man who will persist in, walking into

the Beach Club at any time he sees
fit, and will see fit a half a dozen
times or more a week, the Bradley
brothers will soon seek a more salu salubrious
brious salubrious clime. Such an official may
the neoDle of Palm Beach

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newspaper to give more justice to a

murderer than to his victim, it has

remained silent. We sometimes envy

Albert Williamson, his disposition to

SOLID SENSE

The Pensacola Independent thinks it
-i r a v. ?1 nh pr's stnne for

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stopping me piauui wung v...
This is to teach boxing in the schools
so that every boy becomes an adept
in the "manly art," and thus will be
able to defend himself with his fists

instead of resorting to deadly weap

nnc:. i ne man wnu tx m

aait woornQ is rnward. savs

defy conventionalities when he wants independent.

fn relieve his feeiiners. This boxincr scheme may De an ngnt

if all men are of the same size, out

alas, except in magazine stories, a big
man who cannot box is generally more
than a match for a small man who

The Star commends the following can. Neither is a big man unarmed a

from the Tampa Tribune: match for a sma i man wno nd

, , tOl. cut ims is "cimci
Why the Buzzards there. As long as brutal negroes and
In the opinion of the Tribune those white men with criminal instincts car car-legislators
legislators car-legislators who are bothering their ry pistols for attack, good men are
legislators wwo & compelled to carry arms for defense,
heads about anti-buzzard laws are fa.e means to protect one's life
making a woeful misuse of their time Hanger is anticipated is not

and talents. There are so many grave cowardice, and it is foolhardiness in in-and
and in-and important questions to be acted stead of bravery to refuse to take
ana : . th such means when occasions demand it.
upon by the coming legislature that We.read almost dany about unarmed
this buzzard business appears wan- men bemg killed by armed ruffians,
ton foolishness. whereas, had the former been armed,
Why not devote the mental energy some of the ruffians might have had
now beta applied to the buzzard

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question to really big state questions kniyes are used are generally drunken!

like good roads, compulsory eauca- Drawls and if no weapons are hanay

tt the peopie ox x . reapportionment, school lm- the combatants will use ciuds or any-

county who profit by tne exi&wHiy ement agricultural extension, et thing they can nna, oiten wnn uuiy
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and order and the good name oi
Florida, and if these -are in the min minority
ority minority in Palm Beach county, there
; are plenty out in the state to back

The Jacksonville State says of this

affair:
First steps have been taken to
wipe out the system which has pre prevailed
vailed prevailed in Palm Beach county,, where
the Bradleys have conducted a gam gambling
bling gambling place for nearly a quarter of a
century in defiance of the laws of the

cetera? I rrua Aiamonf nmnno- us in the South

We have, to begin with, never been t enoueh to carry and make

able to 'see any serious menace in the use cf pistols in slight provocation,

buzzard. It is a good bird and a consists mostly of hoatmg negroes,

useful one. It is by no means an on- man? f

lovely bird. Its' easy, graceful flight j. justice wherever such abound

sutrcested the idea of the modern 0 one ;s safe unless when armed. We

aeronlane. It is not without poetic read about their lawless deeds all the

T? otyi oTYinpr thA-' lines ot time, ana w.ceu aiau, v

state. The operations nave ueeu u

such a mammoth scale tnat i, i.
thought the Bradleys clear approx

lialf a TYitllion. dollars an-

mm.

WIiiIa the raid was a frost in so

far as crettiner witnesses, especially

the principal ones, it appears now

that the governor nas sumcieni. evi

attributes.

"Lasca":

Tb buzzard sails on, and comes and

is cone.

Stately and still, like a ship at sea.

The carcass allowed to. decay in

nf worthv nersons were saved, and

the assailants put to fight because the

attacked were armed. Against tne

Aprils from this class there is no

remedv. and it has been and is the

chief instigation to pistol toting by

ntherrcise law-abidine men. u run Ken

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ht. it is the open is a much greater menace hrawls are becoming, more and more

than the buzzard which devours and infrequent with the increased dinicutty

removes it. If we really need any of getting whiskey.

. ij. i r I Pistnl totmcr IS not an uriiruAcu cvii

law along tnis une, xu f'. ln portions of the country where the
exterminate the buzzard, which is lm- f rrvW arms does not exist,

possible, but one to require that car- an(j the pistol does not put all on an
.casses be covered with quicklime and equal basis as far as fighting strength

if mr t. mmmM Mfl tlBV (MM WT DlEaB

1k.i;... Don't b BiUled. Boy Calumet. Its

1 rnamicr-or wkoUoe yire. best result.

1 t-r i.nrHar to sour milk SOO.

I MiuiD-i r

dence before him upon which to re-Ljther buried or burned. Such a law is concerned, bullies abound, vvno

move the sheriff, and, with tne ngn, and the buzzard question 2"?".?" f "tw 'rebel. wS

mart as sheriff, the club cannot op
erate.
T. V.. Huro-ess. head of the Metro

TWPftivft Aerencv. who does

SVS VC www.- d w r
the detective work for Governor
Trammell, engineered the coup and
deserves much credit for his work,
and had he been given cooperation by
the sheriff the situation would pre present
sent present a different phase:
The Beach Club is a most exclusive
institution, members only being perr
mitted to play, and members must be
vouched for by other members, no
Floridians being permitted in the in institution.
stitution. institution. Mr. Burgess secured the
services of Theodore Bauer, a young
business man from Paris, whose busi busi-connections
connections busi-connections enabled him to min

gle with the fast set at the celebrat-!
ed winter resort, and as a result ob obtained
tained obtained a membership card in .the
Bradley club, and for a fortnight
gained all of the information desired,
himself participating in the games.
After all of the evidence was ob obtained,
tained, obtained, warrants and subpoenas were
issued and placed in the hands of the
sheriff, but when the raid was made,
instead of finding gambling, a dance
was in progress but, of coursey no
one would accuse the sheriff of tip tipping
ping tipping the Bradleys. :
The roulette tables are so arranged
that one may quickly be turned into
a dining table and another -folds into
the wall and upon a moment's notice
the fine hall may be turned from a
gambling hell into a ball room.
Tlifl Rradlav interests at Palm

onerated in such a way

that politics and business conditions
ar controlled by them, which makes
it rmrrt for the rieht men to be elect

ed, but now that the sheriff has con con-tv,
tv, con-tv, coif in snr-h a manner it

UUtLCVA UUUiV. ... m fm
.nnaora tliprA is onnortunity for vjOV

' ml M W V-C L JL .
Trammell to remove him ana

appoint in his stead a man who may

be trusted to eniorce uie vi
Florida. .
Governor Trammell is to be com commended
mended commended for his work in this beginning
of the breaking up of the Palm Beach
gambling-political machine, and Mr.
Burgess of the detective agency has
rendered splendid service.
Another Strange part about the
matter was the fact that while the
sheriff had the subpoenas for the wit witnesses,
nesses, witnesses, four of the principal ones
fv,a. rto ivhn had narticmated in the

Unwed to cet out of

town before being served
summons.

would take care of itself. havet nothine- of this sort in the South,

Put a bounty on the dead buzzard for every would-be bully knows that

i v e,vr vf rAnrlA who would I those he would like to ill-treat are

rtnu u rr" I r .1 1 Tf A N-

make money in this fashion M We

calmly we find that there are very few

Our clever Belleview correspondent
writes the following regarding the
new dope law:
One of the prettiest contributions
of art to literature ever presented
to the American people is that little
pamphlet entitled "Internal Revenue
Regulations, No. 35. Laws and Regu Regulations
lations Regulations relating to the Production, Im

portation, Manufacture, Compounding, j

Sale, Dispensing or Giving Away of
Opium of Cocoa Leaves, their Salts

or Derivations or Preparation.

Quite a lengthy name for such a lit

tle book, but say, it is all there with

he goods in plain and unmistakable
i i 1.1 i.

meaning, ana rignt now taut

book with a big long title is causing

he storekeepers big and little, of

this whole country to sit up and

scratch their heads as never before.
It has got them all a guessing, and
they don't know where they are. That
thing is loaded chock to the muzzle

and they don't know which end will

turn loose first.

Numbers of store keepers have ask

ed us about it, and numbers never
heard of it before, but the chances

are that they will before long.

When Mr. Store Keeper sends in his
usual monthly order for drugs, he will
be surprised to receive a return notice
that certain drugs must be ordered
on certain blanks furnished by the In Internal
ternal Internal Revenue officers, otherwise his
order cannot be filled, and his atten attention
tion attention will be called to section 9 of the
act, which says: "That any person

who violates or fails to comply with

any of the requirements of this act
shall, on conviction, be fined not more

than two thousand dollars, or be im-

prisioned not more than five years, or
both at the discretion of the court.

The question will then arise, what can

' . i T 11 A-

1 sell : And wnat cannot x sen, w

comply with the regulations of this

law? This; is the question that is agi agitating
tating agitating the country store keepers of

this country today.

This law is no joke, Uncle Sam has

spoken, so to speak, and there you

Tt will not nay to fool with

Uncle Sam, for he has a habit of lay

ins his hand on heavy, and when your

favorite dope customer comes in Mr.
Storekeeper and asks for his favorite
prescription, or a bottle of laudnum,

or a few tablets, or expresses a wish

for a shot in the arm, just look at
hr arirl sav "Nuthindoin." "Nix for

me." "Go get the doctors prescrip
tion." See?

And the poor drug and dope user,
where do they come in? Well one

may ask and ponder, for they are the

ones to suffer all the pent up ago

nies of hell, for this law that was

ushered in without the blare of

trumpets, the boasts of temperance

mi

Mi

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LOUIS R. CBAZALfi SOI

REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT

Holder Building
Telephone 223

P. O. Box 472
Ocala, Fla.

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

sixties. This chiel ana nis oanu weic

romping around raising hair, when
they met a detachment of troops
with a home-made mountain battery
,1 1 i. A r.;r-;r,T r f t T11177.1fi-

loading two-pounder strapped on the reformers or any great amount of
t- l i v. :i j Vi T.aof lover ftint. KPnn-

back of a mule. The gun was mount- P. b C nf S
ert n,n,,lP. nroiected over the rates them from what they most de

a Wo intpnHpd to fire sire, and they, this great army

v.. 4V,. .w.or. hapls to- dopesters, that this law is aimed at,

- ? .v. w. t. close will feel its effects, and suffer. It is

ffht from between its tne secret aopebter mat Wu

lie

.oiimeFCMis

OCALA, FLOHIDA.

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

of

matie moiy t T u eet excited but look at the matter

nwv or ...v.. M m v we nna mat mere are vei v xcw

aid in the already rapid disappear- Unjustifiable killings in the South that ""r.nr then, while the eun platform most, for they have always been able

ance of the gull, heron, ibis and cm be charged direy to the to cover their tracks, and conceal

others of our valuable and attractive ?f ca their addiction to the use of the moral

birds. Again, why should the state but nQW they be

be taxed to offer rewards to hunters but &g as there are those who ""d th program to the mule, smoked out and will show themselves
for hire, without one penny of benefit WOuld make life a burden, if they had been backed in their true colors, and it will cause
IrJ I ...14 4-Vin roef rt ttip nonulation. I SO wnen tne ueaai. u I

save to me nuiiuesuiuio ,tUU tuuiu, xi. xv-.v x--x unffprinr' untOla.
t we consider it proper for those who toward the Indians, the 'piece laid suffering untoia.

T It I I S H till ft I 1.11 111 1 (ill V -VW. I -

The
Laundry
Tliat
Makes

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$

. A. Vn

-U A narwltn rip.. j xx MaA fncp as ROOT1 If the StOreKeeper IS not wreiui :

fend themselves. This condition will w.eared quadruped heard will let his sympathies or greed for J Qcala

Am. w -i xvrpnf.bed profit run away with his better juage- t

loaded payrolls ?

- icuu uiciiiii vo. a ... lac
At-: i vnoAncA oi-if!o 1 ... . 1 i 1. as

vuiu wiia uuaiu uwuosas, fev.x.v. i cease witn closer settlement, uui m

1 j v,o. nrroTipTiPfl profit run away

men, and give your thought and time the meantime we must expect to en- ne P0" yu f t mentt and probably run full tilt into
fn tt will serve the nub- counter the same conditions as all his head loose, bunched all four feet ana p y r

To a Person Who Priclss

BImsell on Els Appeal

Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a 'necessity. To supply that ne-

cessky is Our Business.

Ocala steam Lamsci

to measures that will serve the pub

lic good.

The Jacksonville Metropolis' hits

Mie Tiail on the head when it says: "It

1 MUM' WMWP

. v.: a Uoo.o tr, swine the section anu awa w

Otner new counines ic wi uuuer iiixn uu fo"" I ,., .. ft wViQf

muzzle of the gun to all points of the reality tnat secuuu
compass. The soldiers threw them- it says. But says, Mr. Storekeeper,
...... 1 a. i- M lunat in

selves flat on the ground while the it means wna 7
Tii, nn in amazement, thunder does it say? That s the rub.

fearing some strategem of the tricky Interpretation of this law is a ques-

Famous

siihier.ted to.

Let us work for temperance, for ed

ucation and for the rapid settlement

of our state. When these things come

pistol toting will cease. Starke Tele

graph.

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OUTSPOKEN ALBERT
From all the facts in the case, and
our reading between the lines, the as assassination
sassination assassination of Haywood Christopher

of this city, last Saturday night, was

one cf the most wanton and unneces

sarv ever known in this county. We

happened to know this boy, and boy
he was. Always jovial and full of
fun and frolic, w-e. learned to like him

and to love him. There are not very
many of this type left. He always had
feasant word for those he knew.

We have had many a good-natured
i onA tussle with himand he

nlwavs "there with the goods.

Vnr a voung man like this to have

b-n 0 shamefully and brutally mur mur-jIa
jIa mur-jIa u nn indelible blot upon the

pages' 'of our county history

-Flor

idian.

Ti.3

cnr has sometimes felt like

av0.lt murders that have occurred
r":,TZ --tv. but in obedience to

I". tt compels a

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is uue 10 me

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From every corner of the

globe where Heavy Car

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come reports of Great

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First, that Fisk design is

right; second," that the

proper materials are

used; third, that these
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the proper proportions

to make a balanced

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OCALA, FLA.

The Star is glad to see and indorse white man. Just as the muzzle of the tion tnat some staim u. uu
13 I .. .... 1 ...Ja.ctonH anrt IT. 1t TO these

the foregoing. It is the most sen si- cannon was pointing directly away k
tTip r-w. v.Q Ti'ina ihP: trim went off. that I write this little offering.

me aim wiiipiciivuo.,v w..w xivm o I ... 0V0

It is too well known to dispute that down and sent him whirling over ana compile inv.u, j

T-J:i. ht, ua RtQTw TaIp- fciil rwnrr! the redskins. druffS, next mane a copy anu bcuu w

t. i ,u;ai ,on ani im Lu ococf tipir monies would to your wholesale druggist asKing

grapa is ex wuu r

unriffht citizen, so it will be no use carry them. A number of years later, tnat tay

to try to reply to him by saying he is after the Indian chief had been tarn- you cannot handle ana sen

J : J mffinn cm lia I J J fho rPSPrvntmn. tie COnniCUnK witn mis aiui-.miv.vwv,

U COWaru or IIIUUI sea j.umamsAu. "'v cu anu vTao v.. j m .1
1,0. o,fiv oYr,rp5cpr1 the sentiments mpt n soldier who had been in the de- and upon its return dispose or tne

v.A.v.v.j v.- I 1 ... iT V,r rofnm

- al. xu j n.v,n rocneff Uv,,Qf tViof rrttnhlft dnv. and on nroniDitea items, ciwci ujr i-w-...

thP law. but believe they beimr asked why he and.his compan- mg to your wnoier ur mjb

w jrr w i I
fio-htinf renlied: I same.

nave tne rigni uinc uisocuiv tuns tv..xv. --o .
afraid of frvm Indian no The provisions and penalities oi

Ix. iw of Vidn tT,pm. LfroiH nf Tiicfnlbut when white man this law are too severe and tne ac-

WllCiC VliC xan ..v.. I I- I ... lxl. 1 V ,.r,fW

Mr. Mathews speaks from personal shoot whole jackass at Indian, it good cumulations oi weaxui u u.ri

. T P A 1 P T 1 : n H

experience, a numoer oi years agu time ior muiau w i

he was editing one of the pioneer pa-

El

pers of the state. He found himself j
nnfrrnttA hv ronduct contrary to

W VS J A-A. Ai V vww w
law and humanity by certain money

ed men. He was given to understand

that it was to his profit if he remain

ed silent, but that if he exposed the

evil he did so hot only at his financial

but his personal peril. He chose like

a good and brave journalist he ex exposed
posed exposed and denounced the evil. At the
same time, he armed and gave notice.

he would defend himself if necessary.

And considering the power and the

character of the men he defied, there
is not much doubt that it was only the

knowledge that he could, and belief
that he would, fight, that saved him

from rough treatment, maybe worse.

"'Gene' knows .what he is talking

about.

Virginia Style

Smoked Hams
f Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND, DELIVERED

Ocala Ice & Packing Co.

Phone 34

store keeper too small to stand many

inflictions of the above penalities,
therefore my advice to the country

store keeper is play safe and do not
put yourself in conflict with this an

ti-narcotic law.
NOTICE
Of Animals Impounded

WINDSOR HOTEL AMD PARK
- Jacksonville, Florida

DISTINCTIVELY DELIGHTFUL 9
"COMFORT FIRST"
irirnriPlCAN AND AMERICAN PLANS

A. Fm WILSON, MGR.

T. M. WILSON, PROF.

Mclvcr & MacKay

Funeral Directors

We are afraid we will not be able
to attend the meeting of the state

t Miami, but if we

go we intend to see to it that straub UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS

and Sparkman.be given an opportun- CasktS and Burial RobCS.

ITU TO I.I.I L11C11 .Uli vl V w 4. O

12-foot ring. Ocala Star.

There's no controversy on between

Sparkman and Straub. Straub abol

ictioH a crnvernment deDartment to

AOUWM mm -
get the best of as, and when he can

do that he has us outclassed. Day-

tona Journal.

Sparkman seems to be in the same

D

E. McIVEIV and C V. ROBERTS

Funeral Directors

Ml Work Done by Licensed Em

and Fully Guaranteed

mors

D.

PHONES
E. McIVER
V. ROBERTS

nf a fix as that experienced I C

by an Indian chief out west in the Undertaking OfSce

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To Whom It May Concern:

Thi3 is to certify that I have this

day placed in the city pound the fol

lowing described animals which have
been found running at large within

the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of

saidcity:

One brindle cow marked crop and

split one ear, split and underbit other;

one red calf, crop and two splits one
ear, upper and underbit other; one
black steer marked swallow fork one

ear, upper bit and under -bit other.

The owners thereof, or their agents,

and all whom it may concern, are

herebv notified that if the animals are

not claimed and all expenses of tak taking
ing taking and impounding thereof are not

P.id within three days from date

hereof, to-wit: On the lttn aay oi
March, 1915, I will sell the same to

the highest and best bidder, said sale

to take place between the hours 6f

11 a. m. and 3 p..m on said day at

the city pound in Ocala, Florida.
W. F. Adaras,
It Marshal City of Ocala.
C. A. Holloway, Impounder.

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Shipping of Freight,

Y"e Sell

Furniture, Pianos
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Come to us fox
your Easter Iyes,

your medicines

axtcL ioiiex-

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I DC ALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone IOC)

The Chautauqua
The audiences are growing larger
each day as the Chautauqua pro progresses
gresses progresses and the program increases in
attractiveness. Its success gives rise
to the hope that future y-ars will see
annually Chautauqua seasons on a
larger scale and for a longer period

in this city.

Presbyterian Social
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church held its monthly
meeting this afternoon at the home
of Mrs. William McDowell- on Fort
King avenue.
The home was charmingly adorned
with dogwood, pansies, violets and

! other spring flowers. The afternoon

You can rely on the colors of our dyes "coming
lout as we tell you they will.
Change the faded COLOR of that old dress,
waist or ribbon and it will be like brand new. v
Our grease extractor will take the ugly spots :
out.- .V
"It's reliable when it comes from us.
; Anil-Mofiopoiy Dfuci SIofs.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
"WE TAKE CARE'

was delightfully informal and assist-

j The piano contest Saturday after-1 8 in entertaining the guests were

noon, following a full concert by the j Misses Mary and Anna McDowell and
:Hearons Sisters, was the occasion of (Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake. Misses Nellie
Imany friends of the contestants Gottlieb and Musie Bullock gave sev sev-j
j sev-j gathering with the Chautauqua pat-!eral enjoyable instrumental and vocal

iuiis iu enjoy a inui pieabiiiii. nuui

and a half. Entering the contest! -lrs- J- Perkins and Miss Alice

MAX A. REICH

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

-the business prop'erty that stands in

of course you think that you do ; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and the
the development of individual ownership in land. v
in the beginning of civilization no man owned any definite part of
the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of it;
homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plentiful for
individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particular spot.

florida title and abstract corporation

ocala, fia.

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We wish to announce to the public of Cen Central
tral Central Florida that our large and up-to-date Bottling
Plant is now open, ready for inspection and visi visitors
tors visitors are welcome.
We are Bottling, for the trade only, our fa famous
mous famous Georgia drink,

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the drink that is famous for its purity, that satis satisfies
fies satisfies the thirsty, refreshes the weary; pleases the
most fastidious taste. Every dealer in reach of
Ocala should have our CHERO-COL A on sale.

We are also bottling a full line of carbonated
t soft drinks.
I Our plantis two blocks south of the square, on
0 Alain street
1 CHERO-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY.1:
I Phone 521 -:- Ocala, Fla.

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NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
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Information Seeker.
Bobble's mother had just taken out

&er winter garments. "Ma," said the

observant little fellow, "what did
moths live on before Adam and Eve
wore clothes?" Boston Transcript.

Try 'one of those frosted pints of

Pabst'sIHue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

were Misses Mabel. Aiken, Isabel Da

vis, Cevie Roberts, Mattielee Lock
j Evans, Idalie Collens, Margaret Lit

tle and Master Webster Gillen.
Each number showed careful prep preparation
aration preparation on the part of the student and
the thorough training of their teach teachers.
ers. teachers. The judges included the Hearons
Sisters, and Miss Ethel Haycraft, a
most competent local musician. The

contestants were judged on the fol following
lowing following points: Interpretation, tech-

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' Miss Mabel Aiken was the fortunate
! winntr of the handsome gold medal,

the gift of the Chautauqua associa association.
tion. association. Her number was "La Cachuca
Caprice," by Raff, which she played
with good style and brilliancy. Her
interpretation was rather unusual in
a student of her years. The second
honors were bestoyed upon Miss Isabel
Davis, who played Hayden's "Gipsy

Rondo." This number was marked

for clean technique and flexibility,

giving pleasure to Miss Davis friends
Both of these young musicians are to
be warmly congratulated, as is Miss
Marguerite Porter, their teacher,
upon whom Misses Aiken and Davis
reflected distinct credit. Special men mention
tion mention should be made of the delightful
number of youthful Webster Gillen,
which captivated the audience and he
was the recipiept of an enthusiastic

encore. The Chautauqua management
is to be commended for the inaugura inauguration
tion inauguration in Ocala of this important move

ment which is universally popular in
all colleges, conservatories and
schools of the east. Contests of this
nature are comparatively new in the

South, but are gaining steadily in

favor among all progressive edu

cators. It is sincerely hoped that this
commendable advance movement will
be adopted as one of the permanent
features of the Chautauqua and par

ticipated in by students of music not

only in Ocala, but from surroundin

counties.

The evening program opened at8

o'clock" with another delightful p

gram by the Hearons Sisters. Th4ir

numbers were greatly enjoyed.

It was a pleasure indeed for al

present to have the opportunity of
hearing the sweet voice of Miss
Musie Bullock. Her number was
when "Katie Tuned the Old Guitar,"
followed by "The Rosary," which was
given in response to a generous en encore.
core. encore. She was accompanied on the

piano by Miss Ethel Haycraft. Miss
Bullock was followed by Master Gil Gillen,
len, Gillen, who by request played his con concert
cert concert number.
Miss Gay Zenola MacLaren, reader
and impersonator, who Friday night
delighted the largest audience of the
present Chautauqua with her excel excellent
lent excellent portrayal of the characters in
"Bought and Paid For," was once
more the attraction Saturday night
when she gave the charming play,

"Daddy Longlegs," by Ruth Chatter Chatter-ton.
ton. Chatter-ton. Miss MacLaren is a favorite
with all, especially the children, and

in her audience was a large number
of her juvenile admirers.

Sunday Attractions
Beginning' at 3 o'clock an interde-
nominational service was held. A)

large choir composed of members of
the various church choirs sang the
doxology and "All Hail the Power of
Jesus' Name," Mrs. A. L. Izlar play playing
ing playing the piano accompaniment.
Secretary Rooney introduced the
speaker of the afternoon, Dr. T. W.
Hughes, dean of the law college of
the University f Florida, who dis discussed
cussed discussed the "Legal Aspects of the
Crucifixion of Christ."
Dr. Hughes said there are 18 rea reasons
sons reasons why the proceedings were null
and void and that the entire matter
from the 'first arrest of Christ was
from a legal standpoint, irregular.
According to the Jewish law, testi testimony
mony testimony of an accomplice was unallowa unallowable,
ble, unallowable, but this, he said, was used in the
case of Jesus. The testimony was il illegal
legal illegal also because it took place at
night and because it was disclosed
through the agency of a traitor. The
hearing before Caiaphas was illegal
also, because it was at night, took
place before a single judge and sec

ret. The hearing before Pilate was

all illegal, according to Jewish law.
Two separate crimes were charged

against Jesus in the indictment, name namely:
ly: namely: blasphemy and sedition. The trial
before the Sanhedrin was irregular
because it took place on the feast of
the Passover, was finished in one day
and many of the Sanhedrin were not
eligible. The sentence of death was
illegal because it was based on the
confession of Jesus.'
Dr. Hughes spoke at length, dis discussing
cussing discussing many phases of his subject,
and many matters in connection -with
the trial which dc not appear in the
Biblical narrative.

Campbell presided at the daintily ap appointed
pointed appointed dining table, pouring tea and
chocolate, which was served with
salad, wafers and pickles by Misses
Bessie MacKay and Bettie Mclver.
The tea was well attended and the
?ilver offering amounted to several
dollars.

Mr. Max A. Reich, a widely known

retired business man of this city, died
at a local hospital early yesterday ; J
morning following an operation for
appendicitis performed a few days
before. Mr. Reich was 52 years of
age and was born in Savannah. His f
boyhood days were spent in Beaufort,
S. C. For several years he was en-
gaged in business in Florida, having
been manager of the Dunnellon Phos-
phate Company of Dunnellon, Fla. He

retired from business in 1914 and
came to Savannah to live with his
sisters. Surviving are three sisters,
Mrs. DT J. Morrison and Mrs. "S. J.
Morrison of Savannah and Mrs.
Charles Cohen of Beaufort.
The funeral will take place from
the Temple Mickve Israel Chapel at
11 o'clock this morning. The interment
will be in Laurel Grove Cemetery.

j Zerrubabel Lodge of Masons will at-
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tena in a uouy anu noiu service ai xne
cemetery. Mr. Reich was a member
of Zerrubabel Lodge of Masons and
of the Elks. Savannah News, 10th.

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OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

MA RIOX-DUXX MASONIC LODGE

uua Mue -.ast of tan Antonio
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE. TKLKGRAPII. TKLI-Il'HOVK, IMPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA

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Mrs. F. E. Mathews and son Fran Francis,
cis, Francis, of Silver Springs, have concluded
a visit to relatives at Fort Pierce and
are quests now of their uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mathews at
Fort Lauderdale. They will shortly
return home accompanied by Mrs. C.
II. Mathews of Candler, who has been

visiting on the east coast for several
weeks.
Miss Florence Brooks of New York,
who is spending the winter at Lake
Weir, is the guest of Miss Bessie Mac Mac-Kay.
Kay. Mac-Kay. In the morning Miss MacKay
will be hostess to an informal sewing
party, honoring Miss Brooks.
Misses Marguerite Porter, Virginia
Sistrunk and Tommie Standley are
home from Gainesville, where they
went Friday to attend the University
German club dance that evening.
Friends will regret to hear of the
illness of Mrs. G. K. Williams at her
home on Pine street.
The reading club will meet tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 3 o'clock with Mrs. J. J. Gerig.
The club will begin the study of "The
Education of a Music Lover."
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Mr. Charles Chandler of I. Epstein
& Bros. Co., Savannah, arrived yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Tampa. He is accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his charming wife, and they

will remain in the city until tomorrow,
guests at the Harrington.

Mr. and Mrs. Louren Newton Green

are receiving congratulations on the
birth of a dainty daughter Saturday
evening at 6 o'clock at the Marion
County Hospital The little lady will

be christened Elizabeth Sims.

Mrs. E. M. Overstreet, Miss Mabel

Overstreet and Miss Martha Stegall

of Eustis, were week-end guests of

Mrs. S. W. Igou.
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The Methodist sewing circle spent

a pleasant afternoon with Mrs. Mer
shon on Fort King avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Osborn, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Miss Kathleen Jackson,

left this morning for Tampa. They

will be away until Friday.

Yesterday was an eventful day for
the Methodists of Homosassa. Their
pretty new church was dedicated,
Bishop H. C. Morrison of Leesburg,

officiating.

Marion-Dunn LocTge To. 19. F.
A. M., meets on the flrst and third
Thursday evening0 of each month al
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,

meets at Yonge'a ha!! the second and

ourtb Thursday evenings of each

nonth at 73 o'clock.

Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y

OCALA LODGE AU. 280, Ti. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Uuesday even-

ngs in each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Club house

opposite postoffice, east siae.

David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad

Ocala Lodge So. 6y, L. O. M.

meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. ti.

Visiting brethern always welcome Jo

he lodge and club hous on Mag

nolia street, near poatoffioo.

j. D. Rooney, Dictator.

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WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Emb aimer

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

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

219 WEST BROADWAY

LOVAIi ORMKR OF MOOSE

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22. L O. O. F.,

Tieets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clocTv. A warm wel

come always extended to visiting

brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.

W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

Henry
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GOOD BAKING POWDER AND GOOD
FLOUR GO HAND IN HAND
We sell Calumet Baking Powder and Henry
Clay Flour to you 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 FREE,
with a 24 pound sack of Henry Clay Flour
CARN-THOMAS COMPANY.

CONCORDIA LODGE T U. OF A.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union

of America, meets In Yonge s Hall

n the second Thursday evening of

ch month, Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.

has. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-

WOODMKX OF TIIK WORLD

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Fo'-t King Camp No. 14 meets at

the K. of P. Hall, at 7:30 p. m., every

second and fourth Friday. Visltinsr

overigns are always welcome.

J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

1 1 1- -i l-mM mill I I J I M..-M 1- I ill I ill Ml I I I I i .. I I
urn mm m pumB :Gl''

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

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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge Xo. 19. Conventions

beld every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at

Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle

lrugstore. A cordial welcome to vis-"

iting brothers.

Charles Cioddard, C L L-Cnas.
Cnas. L-Cnas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad

CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 31.

Regular convocations o the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the

fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P. P.Jake
Jake P.Jake Brojvn, 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 us.
Sarah C. Blitch, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R. and M. C.

CHOICE OF 5' TOURIST TRAINS
NORTH and NORTHWEST
DIXIE FLYER,". "DIXIE LIMITED", "SEMINOLE LIMITED," "SOUTH
ATLANTIC LIMITED," "MONTGOMERY ROUTE."
VIA

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STANDARD RAILROAD OF TIIK SOUTH
Pullman. cars Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville,
Indianapolis, Cleveland and intermediate points.
DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
For tickets and information call on Atlantic C ine Ticket Agent, cr
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
Jacksonville, Fla. Tarnpn, Fla.

STANDING COMMITTEES
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
FOR THE YEAR 1913

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PHONF 503 j
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1. :
Vour Gfder will have J
'mmedfate Attention-

:J. L. SMOAR :
At Smoak's Wagon Shop. J

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

Finance
D. W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, M. J.
Roess.
Judiciary
Geo. A. Nash. W. A. Knight, II. A.
Fausett.
Street
M. J. Roess, D. W. Tompkins, Geo.
A. Nash. -Cemetery
John Moore, M. J. Roess, J. C.
Smith.
Fire
J. J. Gerig, H. A. Fausett, W: A.
Knight.
Police
W. A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, jr. C.
Smith.
Market
J. C. Smith, J. M. Meffert, J. J.
Gerig.
Sanitary
H. A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash, D. W.
Tompkins.
Building
John Moore, H. A. Fausett, J. C
Smith.
Light and Water

J. U. Meffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.

J. Gerig.
Vindictive Animals.
The camel, like the elephant, ha
a good memory for injuries done to
It, and often takes revenge on its
assailant in an unexpected fashion.

Roads

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A Great Big Bargain in Maxwell floadsfer
One Model 4tQ" 22 Horse, Perfect Condition, New.
Tires and Tubes and recently overhauled.
One Model 1913, 25 Horse Power, New Tires and
Tubes.
Neither has been driven 10,000 miles.
Apply at Star OHIce
Phone 51

Patn to Complete Success.
Man la the most successful creatuio
so far, because he has kept his bal-
ance, but the worst thing about him
is the fiize of hla brain, for it indi indicates
cates indicates that he has let himself grow
too much in one direction. Biology
teaches us that success is attained
by keeping the power to improve;
by going out and struggling; by not
looking around for a snap, but princi principally
pally principally by not permitting oneself to
grow into a rut.

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PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BLILDIII1
Careful Estimates Made on all Ccr.
ract Work. Gives Mora and Uvltc
Work for the Money than Any 01 ;
Contractor in the Citv.

Smoke Cuban Ciut, 5c Cigar.

Daily OptimUtfc -Thcjhl.

Truth ;r.ay b-
tlnguisfced.'

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K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
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Pythian Sisters meet tomorrow af- I
ternoon. ; 1
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Mr. James E. Johnson has returned j
u..,.:o trt .IWlrRnnvillf
x i uui a uuauicsa v-iij'
Business is always good at Gerig's, j
U : ia V,o T?OTrall stnro 18-tf 1
Eight Cook tourists headed by C. H.
Roberts are, registered at the Ocala
House.
St. Patrick
Company.
cards
at The
12-3t
Murray
Messrs. R. E. Johnson and Dell
Moody of Lake Weir were attending
to business' in town today.
Our prescription department is our
pride. Ask the doctor. The Court
Pharmacy. 176t
Globe-Wernicke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. 12-3t
Dr. M. C. Izlar returned today
from 'Atlanta, where he attended a
dental clinic.
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
Mr. Percy Billingsley came oyer in
his auto yesterday from Orlando to
see a sick friend at Reddick.
The most complete line of high
grade toilet articles in Ocala may be
found at our store -reasonable prices
prevail too. The Court Pharmacy. 6t
Our former fellow citizen, Mr. C. J.
Phillips, now of Jacksonville, is in
town.
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean. tf
Mr. W. H. McRainey of Wildwpod is
among the business visitors in the
city today.
Easter card3, The Murray Company.
r Rev. J. P. McMillan, who preached
two fine sermons at the Presbyterian
church Sunday, returned today to
Gainesville, where he is visiting
daughter.
his
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
W. K. Lane, M. P., Physician and
Burgeson, specialist Eye, .Ear, JNoso
and Throat, Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla. 7
Hiss Mary Affleck
Patterns, Dress Elodels
and
Street Flats
COMPLETE SHOWING
liinrsday--Friday
EVERYBODY INVITED
UPSTAIRS, IEAR OF
HELVENSTON'S
i-)iiii.-.'-..iiim S
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Eruptions Have
Beep Significance
Often They Indicate Im Impurities
purities Impurities Deep in the
v Tissues.
The results t?hown by S. in clearing
the skin reveal how searchingly and how
deeply this famous blood purifier attacks
blood troubles. Facial eruption! are more
often significant of impaired nutrition result resulting
ing resulting from faulty elimination f Iwidy wastes.
Most people realize this to be true. And
yet It Is a difficult matter to convince such
people they should avoid those harmful drugs
such as mercury, iodide of potash, arsenic
and so on. S. S. S. jrives just as good eifect
without the destructive results, because It Is
more searching. It fjoes deeply into the cir circulation
culation circulation wherever the blood flows, but does
not remain to cleg the system. And Its effect
Is complete and thorough as Indicated by
blood tests. One of the strange things today
Is that so many people are wedded to the
notion that mercury is the one antidote. It
v Is not so. There is In S. S. S. a product of
nature that Is rated ene of the most potent
principles known for the complete elimination
of blood troubles.
Wherever you-go there are people who
fcnow this to be true from their own experi experience,'
ence,' experience,' for It has been clearly shown there-is
ene ingredient in, S. S. S. as essential to
health If the blood be impure as the nourish nourish-IE"
IE" nourish-IE" elements-of the grains, sugars and salts
cf oar dally food. Get & bottle of S. S. S.
tx!"y of any druggist, but insist cpon S. S.
S accept no gubsUtute. And If your case is
r-rrrl'ar or of lonr standing, write to the
Atlanta, ua.

CaiL-UHERY
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WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from observa-
tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official- observer for the gov-
ernment.
March 1
March 2
Max.
Min.
46
R.F.
56
65
62
72
....... 72
...........70
.... ...60
54
60
....65
70
68
...........66
64
37
51
56
52
48
44
36
28
45
45
48
48
53
(March
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
arc
March
.89
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
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Ge' orally fair tonight and Tuesday.
Mr. M. L. .Reynolds had the This
Jortunf'vesUnjagCo" break his right
Arm, wfiile craffKing his auto
Mr. E. Whaley requests the Star
to say, in regard to a certain party
circulating a subscription paper for
his benefit during the fatal sickness
of his littHe son Lonnie, that he did
not authorize any such an act, and
that moreover if anything was raised
in that manner for him, he has not
received it.
Judge W. S. Bullock returned to
Tavares this afternoon to resume the
circuit court for Lake county, which
took a recess for three days the latter
part of lastwek. The colored men
were convicted of murder in the first
degree at Tavares last week, on being
recommended to the mercy of the
court.
Messrs. Raymond B. Bullock and L.
W. Duval are attending court at Ta Tavares,
vares, Tavares, being on opposing sides in a
case of Anderson & Minor vs. Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard 'Air Line Railway Company.
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
Saturday night, some scoundrel
tried to break in the little house
where lives "Aunt Carrie" the faith faithful
ful faithful old colored servant of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Harris. The old woman
woke up and screamed, and some one
in the vicinity hearing her sent in, a
fire alarm. The marauder left in a
hurry. It has been- rumored that
"Aunt Carrie" has hoarded up consid considerable
erable considerable money, and if she has she had
better put it in the bank.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR tOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Six room I : cottage
on
Tuscawilla street between
primary
and high schools.
Apply to Mrs.
R. D. Fuller. 6-tf
FOR SALE One well broken an
trained Shetland Pony, wagon and
buggy, with harness, cheap :fcrf
cash. J. D. Rooney.
FOR SALE Barred Rock and Indiaji
. Runner duck eggs for hatching. H.
S. Wesson, Ocala, Fla. 2 22-lm
FOR RENT Well locaced and nicel;
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-tf
FOR RENT Two story, ten room
house corner Watula and E. Adams
streets. Possession given at once.
Apply to W. E. Davis, at the Mun 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 W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; with
modern conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three blocks from court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 10-tf
FOR RENT A five room lower fiat;
thoroughly screened and with ev every
ery every modern convenience. Good loca location.
tion. location. Phone 467. 12-6t.
LOST Pearl and amethyst lavaliere,
attached to very delicate gold chain.
Lost at either the Baptist church or
on street between church and resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. J. J. Pyles. Return
to this office and receive reward.
WANTED Position by competent
bookkeeper. The best of references.
Address, W. B. Dye, 209 Orange av avenue,
enue, avenue, Ocala, Fla. 13-6t
RAIN COAT FOUND A child's rain
coat vas found and brought to the
Star office. Owner can have same
by proving property rid paying for
this ad. v
LOST An emblem pin, Odd Fellows
and Rebekah; lost Sunday, 14th.
Finder will be rewarded by return returning
ing returning same to this office. 15-4t

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Morning Session at the Chautauqua
Mrs. Mecca Marie Varney, D.
national superintendent franchise de-
partment W. C. T. U., was unable to ;
fill her appointment this morning a
10:30 o'clock on account of illness, and j
her place was supplied by Mrs. Vesey, I

formerly of Chattanooga, but now of
Arcadia.
Mrs. Vesey held a heart .to heart
talk, taking as her subject "Christian
Motherhood." Nearly forty ladies as assembled
sembled assembled for" the meeting. She is the
wife of a Baptist minister and her
work has been largely along the lines
discussed. She is a woman of un unusually
usually unusually charming personality, excel excellent
lent excellent voice, and her talk was instruc instructive
tive instructive and' beneficial. Offering an op opportunity
portunity opportunity for interested mothers to
ask questions, a general discussion
concluded the morning attraction.
Yesterday a party including Misses
Ruby Gissendaner, Ellen Clarkson,
Bessie McKissock, Mary Wyatt Gal Gal-braith,
braith, Gal-braith, Annie Atkinson, Mrs. S. T.
Sistrunk, Messrs. J. M. Thomas, W. B.
Gallagher, T. D. Lancaster, Jr., and
Robert Clarkson motored to the Fairy
Island orange grove to spend the day.
The grove is about thirty miles south
of Ocala, near the Withlacoochee riv river
er river and is the property of Mr. Thonias
and Mr. Reynolds M. Cook of Atlanta.
The magic name whets the anticipa anticipation
tion anticipation of a prospective visitor but the
realization of the natural beauties of
the grove far exceeds any anticipa anticipation.
tion. anticipation. Stately palms and giant oaks
tower above the beautiful citrus trees
and the grove, 35 acres, is in the
heart of a dense forest. The trees
are golden with fruit which will be
removed soon and the blooms are rap rapidly
idly rapidly coming out.
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet Wednesday afternoon at
o'clock with Mrs. R. E. Yonge.
3:30
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Turner and a
party of friends were visitors today,
motoring down from Micanopy.
Miss Emma Van Zandt and sister,
Mrs. Teo. Gano, for the past few days
have been members of a houseparty in
Daytona. En route they made the
trip from Jacksonville by wateh with
friends. At present Mrs. Gano is in
DeLand for a short visit to friends.
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Mrs. Edward -Holder and Miss Alice
Bullock left yesterday for Lakeland
to spend several days.
A local physician was called to In Inverness
verness Inverness today to the bedside of Mr.
Kelley. Mr. Kelley is a brother-in-law
of Mr. William Dale, of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, having married Miss Bonnie
Dale.
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The Star regrets to say that Miss
Mae Stein is very sick with an attack
of the grip at her home on South
Third street.
i Mrs. JoHnBeisseau and her pretty
little daughter left Sunday for a
to relatives in Gainesville.
liv-and-Mrs. 1. S Iran
whose marriage was a beautiful event
of February 25th, fef ter a brief visit
to Mrs. Trantham's parWts, Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Bullocl, lejt Saturday
night for their honin Tallahassee.
For a while they will boarcL later go
ing to housekeeping.
NOT!
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 same is appli applicable;
cable; applicable; that the city cotniL-il of said
city shall be the equalization board for
said city in such matters and that it
shall be empowered to provide by or ordinance
dinance ordinance for the hearing and adjusting
of all complaints in such matters, and
for the time of assessing and collect collecting
ing collecting such taxes, the opening and clos closing
ing closing of the tax books, the duties of
the tax assessor in relation to the re return
turn return and assessment Of property, in
addition to the powers already con conferred
ferred conferred in such matters upon said
council; that any property not taxed
for any year by reason of omission or
error, or that escaped the payment of
the taxes for any year by reason of
such error or omission shall be taxed
the next ensuing year for both the
tax for the year in which such error
or omission occurred in addition to
the taxes for such ensuing year.
To empower said city to levy a spe special
cial special tax annually not to exceed one
mill on all property taxable by said
city, for tne 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.
s To empower said city to furnish
electric current and power to all per persons
sons persons either within or without the cor corporate
porate corporate limits of said city that the
city council of said city shall see fit;
to build, operate and maintain elec electric
tric electric trolley lines either within or with without
out without the corporate limits of said city
for the transportation of passengers
and freight, and to make such charges
for such transportation as said coun council
cil council shall see fit. and to issue bonds in
accordance with law for such purpos purposes
es purposes as in the case of other municipal
purposes.
To empower said city to make and
enter into contracts with any of its
own officers until such a time as the
census of population of said city shall
show it to contain more than 10,000
inhabitants.
That there shall be a city clerk, a

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city treasurer and a city collector
elected annually by the city council in
accordance with law, whose powers
and duties shall be such as shall be
fixed by the city ccuncil of said city.
To empower sa:d city to issue in industrial
dustrial industrial bonds not to exceed $50,000,
to encourage and assist in the estab establishment
lishment establishment of factories and enterprises
within the corporate limits of said
city, and to make such loans to the
owners or parties interested in such
enterprises or factories as may be ap approved
proved approved bv a majority of the bond trus trustees
tees trustees of said city, provided the interest
charged on such loans is not to be less
than the interest paid on such bonds.
To empower the said city to re reassess
assess reassess paving and sidewalk special as assessments
sessments assessments which may be void by rea reason
son reason of irregularities and errors; anr
to empower the said city t(
serve notice on unknown property
owners or absent property owners by
publication in newspapers when such
property owners may be required to
construct any street or sidewalk pav paving
ing paving on any property by said city.
That the members of the city coun council
cil council are to each receive the salary of
$15 per month, and that any mem member
ber member absenting himself from any reg regular
ular regular meeting of the city council shall
have the sum of $7.50 deducted from
such salary, unless he had first se secured
cured secured the written consent of the
president of the council to be absent.
That only the duly qualified and
registered voters of the said city who
possess real or personal property sub subject
ject subject to taxation by said city to the
amount of $200 and who have paid the
taxes last due thereon shall be per permitted
mitted permitted to vote in any election called
for the purpose of issuing bonds of
the said city.
That no franchise of anv kind shall
be granted by the city of Ocala, to
any person, firm or corporation, with
out the consent of a majority of thi
registered voters of the city of Ocala
voting at an election for that purpos
called and that any person, firm o.
corporation desiring to secure any
such franchise shall deposit with the
city clerk of the said city at such
time as shall be fixed by the city
council, a sufficient sum of money, the
amount thereof to be fixed by the city
council, sufficient to defray all the ex expenses
penses expenses of calling and holding such an
election.
City Council of the City of Ocala.
2-8-mon-2m
GIRLS WITH' BEAUTIFUL
FACES OR GRACEFUL FIGURES
American girls have a world-wide
reputation for beauty, but at the same
time there are girls in our cities who
possess neither beauty of face nor
form, because in these instances they
suffer from nervousness, the result of
disorders of the womanly organism.
At regular intervals they suffer so
much that their strength leaves them;
they are so prostrated that it takes
days for them to recover strength.
Of course, such periodic distress has
its bad effect on the nervous system.
The withered and drawn faces, the
dark circles and crow's feet about the
eyes, the straight figure with those
curves which lend so much to femi feminine
nine feminine beauty are the unmistakable
signs of womanly disorders.
When a girl becomes a woman,
when a woman becomes a mother,
when women pass thru the change
of midle life, are the three periods of
life when health and strength are
ost needed to withstand the pain and
istress often caused by severe organ
ic disturbances.
At these critical times women are
best fortified by the use of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite prescription, an old remedy
proved worth that keeps the entire
female system perfectly regulated and
in excellent condition.
Mothers if jfour daughters are weak
lack kmbition are troubled with head head-achesL
achesL head-achesL lassitude and are pale and
sicklyl Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip Prescription
tion Prescription i just what they need to surely
bring the bloom of health to their
eeks and make them strong and
healthy.
If you are a sufferer, if your daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, mother, sister need help get Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription in liq liquid
uid liquid or tablet form. Then address 'Dx.
Pierce, Invalid's Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.,
and receive confidential advice from
a staff of specialists, that's free; also
136-page book on women's diseases
sent free.
Miss Cora Lee Hamrick, Magnolia
and tenth street., Sanford, Fla., says:
"For a woman's troubles as well as
nervous enervation and depression, Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, is the
best remedy that I know of. After be be-'ng
'ng be-'ng treated, by many physicians with without
out without doing me good, it certainly was
the one thing needed to bring about
the restoration of my health. It made
me take on flesh, brought back color
to my pale, thin cheeks and gave
me more blood. I knew of your medi medicine
cine medicine from other members of my fam family,
ily, family, all of whom cannot speak too
highly of it, and it was the only med medicine
icine medicine that made a well woman of me."
Adv, 18.
NOTICE
The state and county tax books
will close accotJmg to the laws of
Floridt 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,
3-4-30d Tax Collector-
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LIKED GOOD OLD FLINTLOCK!
At FIrt That Form of Firearm Wi
Preferred to Samuel Colt's
Invention.
It is now just 100 years since tho
birth of Samuel Colt, who Jn 1827
shipped before the mast as. a sailor
lad on the ship C.orlo bound frocx Bps Bps-ton
ton Bps-ton to Calcutta. .While on. that voyage
he whittled out the wooden model of a
revolving pistol, says the. Advance.? In
1835 he went abroad, again, this time
to secure patents In foreign countries
for his new pepper-box gun. Then he
returned to America and tried to In Interest
terest Interest the government of the United
States In a weapon which could be
loaded on Sunday and shot all the
week. But he. had no Immediate suo
cess In the endeavor. The officers of
the army frowned upon It. It would
not do. To be sure. It shot, and shot,
and shot, six times; but It used the
new percussion cap and not the good
old reliable flint.
: It would not do to indorse ; a gun
which depended on anything less reli reliable
able reliable than the good old Clnt. .The old old-time
time old-time flintlock was good enough v for
them. It was good enough for Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, was good enough for grim Old
Hickory, for Tippecanoe and Tyler too,
and good enough for them. Had It not
served our country in the past? And
what reason had we to expect that
the future could be saved otherwise?
So Colt and his new six-shooting gun
met with little favor In Washington.
But Mr. Colt learned the secret of
nitrous oxide and went around the
country as "Doctor Colt," giving lec lectures
tures lectures and administering "laughing
gas" to his audiences, and he took in
a barrel of money and built a. factory
and made his revolvers and sold them
and grew rich and gave Hartford a
park.
Two men secured parks for Hart Hartford,
ford, Hartford, Horace Bushnell, who, having no
money, preached and pleaded an
stirred up public sentiment till the
people taxed themselves to buy a park,
and Samuel Colt, who eold so many
revolvers that he had to get rid of his
money In some way -Bushnell park
and Colt park there they are!
It was the laughing gas that secured
the money, but often it has been no
laughing jnatter. For every now and
then somebody has gotten in front of
a Colt revolver at the wrong time and
something has happened to him.
On July 19 Hartford celebrated the
one hundredth anniversary of the birth
of Samuel Colt. A medal was struck
and 500 of these were distributed In
honor of the man who Invented the
revolver. If we knew who invented
the flintlock, he, too, might well de deserve
serve deserve a medal. But what about the
men who would not believe in the re revolver
volver revolver because it did not use a flint flintlock?
lock? flintlock? Is there anyone who proposes
a medal for them?
Yet the good old flintlock has a glo glorious
rious glorious place in American history.
Hotels the Same the World Over.
An American hotel manager has
spent seven tteeks touring the Eu European
ropean European hotels which is all that some
seekers after pleasure can accomplish
without being paid for it. Says the
hotel man:
T made my first acquaintance with
plovers' eggs, which I was told cost
something like a dollar apiece, and a
few other dishes not common to bills
of fare over here, but in general I
found that the eating in hotels was
pretty much on the same lines as here,
and that, the standard of what con constituted
stituted constituted a first class hotel in Europe
and In the United States was pretty
much the same."
This Is one of the things that makes
conventional travel without any defi definite
nite definite object so deadly dull for intelli intelligent
gent intelligent people. People dress very niuc!x
alike at hotels in tho temperate none,
a?id their conversation Is about equally
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and Eieclrlc Institute
Announces the moving 01 the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner,
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More, Fully Equipped and will be Ituu
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same Indigestible food. Usually It is
bad food (called by French names)
and priced rather high. Collier's
Weekly.
Cross Knife and Fork In Reverence.
The old custom of crossing the knife
an fork after dining had Its origin,
if we may trust F. W. Burgess ex explanation
planation explanation in his new book, "Chats on
Household Curies." in a spirit of devo devotion.
tion. devotion. He quotes Browning:
"Knife and fork he never lays
Crosswise, to my recollection.
As I do In Jesu's praise."
"In Russia." says Sir. Burgess;
"this custom of the peasantry was
deep-rooted, and there they were care careful
ful careful to take up the knife and fork and
lay theui p?vn on, the plate crossed
before 'commencing their meager meal.
Strange ttf fiy, that," although knives
and f6rks 'tiave V?en crossed in rever reverence,
ence, reverence, to!rolkrrI1es has been deemed
unlucky, and to give a maiden a pair
of scissors two crossed blades has
long been held by those who believ
In such, signs as unlucky."
To Writ Well.
For a man to write well, there are
required three necessaries: To read
the best authors, observe the best
speakers and much exercise of his
own style. In style, to consider what
ought to be written, and after what
manner. He must first think and ex excogitate
cogitate excogitate his matter, then choose his
words and examine the weight of
either. Then take care In placing
and ranking both matter, sad words,
that the composition, be. comely, and
to do this with diligence, and often.
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firat, so it be labored and accurate;
I seek the best, and bo not glad of tha-
forward conceits or first words that
offer themselves to us, but Judge cf
what we invent, and order what we ap approve.
prove. approve. Ben Johnson.
New Experience.
Representatives J. Hampton Mccrg
of Pennsylvania and Frank W. llo:
dell cf Wyoming are two of the mo-it
inveterate talkers in the house. They
can find a great deal to say ca almczt
any subject and do. Both sit on th
Republican side of the house, but each
13 so eager to spread lanzuasre over
j the pages of the Congressional Record
j that they are constantly getting ia
f each other's way like two willing hoys
trying to help mother.
The other night Moore gave a d!r. d!r.-ner.;
ner.; d!r.-ner.; Mcndell was one cf the guests
and was called on for a speech. After
i he had been talking for a whi'e a
strange, glad light o'erspread hli fac
and he observed gratefully to tha
genial and urbane best:
"I believe thi3 Is the first tirae I
have ever talked when ycu were pres present
ent present without being interrupted,"::---change.
Dr. J. Walter Hood's new e;Hce ft!
phone number is 234.
Cults in Acccrd.
"When we v.re married we tloc
our tastes were congenial!" says l
'Well." answered he, "they aie. vv
both like to arue." VA L
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