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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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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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VOL 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY. MARCH"' 16, 1915
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DARDAHELLES GUHS HAVE
London, March 16. Despite the ef effective
fective effective fire of the allied fleet, trying to
force the Dardanelles, the Turks have
been able, to repair some of the shat shattered,
tered, shattered, forts and mount new guns, says
an Athens dispatch-today. Considera Considerable
ble Considerable damage is reported to British and
French warships. The hospital ship
is on the way -to Malta, filled with
wounded.
The Turks are working desperately
to strengthen the' defenses of the
Bosph5rus. Though urged to leave,
the sultan remains in Constantinople,
declaring that he had rather be the
allies' prisoner than fall into the
hands of the Young Turks.
BIOHE THAN A MILLION KILLED,
WOUNDED AND MISSING
, : Copenhagen, March 16.--The Prus Prussian
sian Prussian casualty, lists published today at
Berlin show that 1,050,021). Prussians
have been killed, wounded or are
missing. This doesn't include the
Bavarian, Wurtemburgian, Saxon or
navy losses.
FORT KING CAMP
CONTINUES TO FLOURISH
They tell a good joke on a member
of the Star force, who was a delegate
to the head caTTTp at Lakeland, and
was going to report to the Ocala
camp Friday night. Entirely forget forgetting
ting forgetting that the T Woodmen-, .have been
meeting for" months in, the K. of P.
hall, he w-ent to their old quarters at
Yonge's hall, and finding no one there
concluded there would be no meeting.
His forgetfulness is what has caused
the paper to so far have no notice of
Friday night's meeting, which was
lively and well attended.
Messrs. J. B. Hayes and R. W.
Blair rode the goat, and found that
age had not decreased his agility.
Three applications were received, and
there were several talks for the good
of the order. After business was at attended
tended attended to, Past. Consul Commander
Burden celebrated his birthday by
giving his fellow sovereigns a treat.
They all wished him many happy re returns
turns returns and advised him never to shave
his mustache off again.
W. O. W. HEADQUARTERS
WILL BE IN OCALA
Mr. Carter H. Dame, state organ organizer
izer organizer for the Woodmen of the World,
who has for the past" year had his
headquarters at Tampa, is here on a
visit. He has decided to move state
headquarters to Ocala, and will with within
in within a few weeks have all his office fix fixtures,
tures, fixtures, records, etc. brought here.
Mr. Dame will meet with the Red Red-dick
dick Red-dick camp tonight by special invita invitation.
tion. invitation. The Woodmen in this section of the
state will be pleased to learn of Mr.
Dame's decision to move his head headquarters
quarters headquarters to Ocala, as he has by his
many years' work in the order made
himself especially liked by the chop choppers
pers choppers all over the state.
AN APPEAL
To the Citizens of Marion Couuty:
. We are making an urgent appeal to
you to please help up to fit up our
operating room, in the Afro-American
Hospital, as the doctors are demand demanding
ing demanding us to have it at once. We aslc One
and all to help us.
- The Afro-American Hospital.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
St.' Patrick
Company.
cards at The Murray
12-3t
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

DREADFUL ilST OF
fiiEIAII DEAD

RE PUTTING IIP A STIFF- FIGHT AGAINST ALLIESj

SCORED MAdY HITS AIID TURKS
.
DIG THEIR DEFENSES
AMERICA'S GREATEST BATTLE BATTLESHIP
SHIP BATTLESHIP LAUNCHED AT NEW NEWPORT
PORT NEWPORT NEWS TODAY
Norfolk, Va., March 16. America's
greast battleship the "Pennsyl "Pennsylvania,"
vania," "Pennsylvania," today slid gracefuly down the
ways at the Newport News Shipyard
into the waters of the historic James
river. Twenty thousand people wit witnessed
nessed witnessed the launching. Governor Stew Stewart
art Stewart of Virginia and Governor Brum Brumbaugh
baugh Brumbaugh of v Pennsylvania were among
the spectators. Miss Elizabeth Kolb,
daughter of Louis J. Kolb, of Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, christened the big ship.
The Pennsylvania will be manned
by 65 officers anda crew of 1,160 en enlisted
listed enlisted men. The monster battleship
still lacks her great turrets and guns.
Work on her will be hurried that she
may soon take her place in the bat battle
tle battle line.
When the Pennsylvania was design designed
ed designed in 1912 no naval power had or was
known to contemplate so formidable a
craft. But "since then Great Britain
has designed and pushed to comple completion
tion completion the Queen Elizabeth and others
of her class. The Queen Elizabeth
has eight fifteen inch rifles. Whether
she would be more than a match for
the Pennsylvania is a problem for
naval theorists, .and probably :- they
would not agree on the answer.
The speed of the Pennsylvania vwjll
be only twenty-one knots, or 24.17
miles an hour. This is a disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment to many, for foreign navies
have given more attention to speed.
There are important compensations
for the lack of swiftness, however.
She must make her 24 knots on four four-hour
hour four-hour trials. r
Complete with armor, guns and
equipment, the Pennsylvania will cost
$14,173,000. Its tonnage will be
31,400 almost three times that of the
famous Oregon" of the Spanish war.
She is 600 feet long with water line
and 608 over all, and 97 feet one-half
inch wide, a close fit for the Panama
canal locks. Her draft will be 28 feet
10 inches. Besides the twelve four fourteen
teen fourteen inch guns, two more than carried
by the Texas or New York, the Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania will have four submerged
torpedo tubes and twenty-two 5-inch
guns for defense, against destroyers.
The armor belt is 18 inches thick. She
will r-e driven by engines using oil as
fuel..'.-'.'
PALMER OF PENNSYLVANIA
Chosen by President for Chief Justice
of the Court of Claims
Washington, March 16. Former
Representative A. Mitchell Palmer, of
Pennsylvania, has been selected by
President Wilson for chief justice of
the United States court of claims, to
succeed Judge Charles B. Howry,
whose resignation is to take effect
April 1.
DESTRUCTION OF THE DRESDEN
Is Again Claimed by the British
- Admiralty
London, March 16. The British ad
miralty announced last night that the
German cruiser Dresden had been
sunk. The ships of France, England
and Japan have long searched for the
lone German survivor of the battle off
the Falkland Islands.
Try these delicious hot and cold
drinks serveu at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 17-6t
'All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf.
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. Theyll
know what you mean. tf
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

PEI1WIIA
TOOK ITS PLUNGE

ARE HARD AT IRK RE

SSAULT 0
OSSOUC
DETERMINED BUT MAKES
DENTS IN RUSSIAN
DEFENSE
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Petrograd, March 16. The Ger Germans
mans Germans are violently bombarding Osso-

wiec fortress with heavy guns. They, torz Myers on next .uonaay, me zist,
have been able to move some batteries. to be&in the actual work on the final
near the city but their cannonade ha3 survey.
so far been ineffectual. In night sorties Five of the men in the crew are
the Russian defenders have captured the best engineers he .could, get from
some Germans. I some 200 applicants, among them are,
The Germans who attempted to ap-!w- c- Hill chief of the Partv with
proach the' frozen Bobr river, south 2 vears actual experience, in the Ever Ever-of
of Ever-of Augustowoc, were repulsed with jslades and who was c"ief of the sur"
severe losses. iveying party for the East and West;
The Russians are holding the enemy Railroad, recently built in South Flor Flor-along
along Flor-along the entire front at Przasnysz. !idai Mr- G; C. Elmore f who was with

Deep .snow is retarding the opera
tions in the Carpathians."
M THAW TO
THE DUG HOUSE
MAY HAVE TO REJOIN THE NUTS
IN MATEAWAN
, New York, March 16 Holding that
the mandate of the Supreme Court of
the ..United 1 States ended V when 7 the
conspiracy trial ended. Justice. Page
of the New -York supreme court' this
morning denied the- motion of. Harry
Thaw's 1 attorneys for the return of
Thaw to New Hampshire, and order ordered
ed ordered Thaw returned to Matteawan asy asylum.
lum. asylum. HARRY'S LAST HOPE
Ona writ of habeas corpus, Thaw
was remanded to the Tombs until he
appears before Justice Bijur Friday.
SAMUEL ROGERS DIRECTOR
' OF THE U. S. CENSUS
Has Taken the Position Vacated by
William Harris
Washington, March 16. Samuel
Rogers of. South Carolina, was today
sworn in as director of the census, to
succeed William Harris of Georgia,
who has been appointed a member of
the federal trade commission.
MORE COTTON EVERYMONTH
Washington, March 16 The census
bureau report today shows that 463, 463,-167
167 463,-167 bales of cotton Were consumed in
February, 1915, against 455,231 bales
in February, last year.
TYPEWRITER FOR EXCHANGE
I Wve a new typewriter that I will
exchange for a pony horse. D. N.
Mathews, Ocala, Fla. 16-3t

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EIIGIIIEER FOR THE FORT

RAILROAD ABOUT TO
. .
Mr. Walter B. Clay, chief engineer
I for the West Coast Construction &
Kru5:
I o rl 'tn nnttmpf trip r nrt ATvpr
Marco Bay & Miami Railroad, was in
the city today, in. consultation with
Mr. W. J. Hilands, trustee for the
j company. Mr. Clay went to Jackson-
ville on the 1 o'clock train, where he
will be at the Hotel Mason until Fri Fri-I
I Fri-I day, buying his surveying outfit, which
j with the exception of the live stock
and vehicles, that part of the equip-
ment being already on the ground, J
will be rushed to Fort Myers at once,
Mr. Clay has been making a tour!
of the state for the past few weeks
on business for the company, and
; says the last matters of detail have
i been arranged and that he is now
J ready for actual work and with his
icrew of 21 men, mules, wagons, camp camp-!
! camp-! ing outfit, etc., he will start out from
iMr. iHiirfpr three years, and Mr.v G.
A. Brettmann, a German, who is
j the party's topographer, and is said
to be one of the best map men in the
country. He has been engaged with
engineering crews on some of the
greatest railroad jobs in the United
States.
DONE IN 90 DAYS
Mr. Clay said that this first com complete
plete complete survey across the state will
cost about $18,000 and will be com completed
pleted completed within 90 days.- He says that
the public has the idea tJiat -the lower
part of Lee county is one vast morass
of swamp and quagmire, but this is a
fallacy, and that from his personal in inspection
spection inspection of the entire country in his
map making expeditions, he has found
thousands of acres of high dry islands
and in many cases hills, heavily tim timbered
bered timbered with pine and live-oak, lands
that will be of inestimable value both
for their timber and for agricultural
purposes, when opened by 'the rail railroad,
road, railroad, and in a section where it, is
commonly supposed only the swampy
glades exist.
Mr. Clay is eager for the fray and
will push the survey across -the state
to Miami, just as rapidly as possi possibly.
bly. possibly. He says he will stake his knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of the state and his reputation
as a civil engineer on the success of
the new railroad that he is going to
survey and help to create and also
says there is nothing as big today in
the state or that offers the possibili possibilities
ties possibilities that the Fort Myers,Iarco Bay &
Miami Railroad does, as a developer
of new country, rich in resources and
as a money maker for its stock hold holders.
ers. holders. LANG SOAP CO. SECURES
A FACTORY LOCATION
The large building the property of
Mr. Chas. J. Phillips of Jacksonville,
located at Lincoln Heights Park, this
city, wa? rented Monday by the Elmer
DeCamp collection agency to the
Lang Soap Company.
Dr. J. Waiter Mood's new office tele telephone
phone telephone numbt-r is 284. 15-tf

FOR YOUR INSPECTION.
COME in and see our striking line of snappy, up-to-date Spring and Sum-
mer 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.

CARFi BLDG.

MYERS, MARCO BAY AIID

COfflFliCF 0PFRA1I1S
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NTEIS TO
HOLD UP ALL
SWEEPING ORDER OF BRITAIN
AFFECTS NEUTRAL SHIP SHIPPING
PING SHIPPING London, March 1G. The British
order prohibiting all maritime com-
mumcation with Germany has been
wirelessed to all British warships. No
areas are specified. British warships
anywhere on the high seas can arrest
the ships of any country carrying
commodities to or from German ports.
The "newspapers warmly commend
the government.
OULLETIII FROM BERLi
ANNOUNCES ALL AROUND
CESS AGAINST THE
ALLIES
strc-
Berlin, March 16. Germans captur captured
ed captured French trenches north of Beause Beause-jour.
jour. Beause-jour. Germans captured 2000 Russians
in the fighting in northern Poland.
The Russian attacks on both sides
of the Orzyo river and northwest of
Pszasnysz were repulsed.
Germans captured a British posi position
tion position on the heights near Steloi.
RUBBING OFF THE RUST
Ocala Ball Players Out for Practice
Monday Afternoon
Manager Hunter and a bunch of our
husky young baseballists were out for
practice. Moaday afternoon. The.dja The.dja-mond
mond The.dja-mond .was rathersoft,- but. the ;b.fys
put in a couple of hours, pf, good. -work,
Present besides the manager were:.
Bullock, Chazal,' Davis, Dewey, Dink Dink-ins,
ins, Dink-ins, Galloway, Lansford, Wilder and
quite a number of spectators, among
whom were several of the coming-on
beys. .
Manager Hunter expects two games
with Gainesville some time between
the 27th and 30, and 'the boys hope to
be in good trim by that time.
SUPPER TOMORROW EVENING
The Star acknowledges with thanks
the receipt of tickets for the St. Pat Patrick's
rick's Patrick's cafeteria supper at the armory
tomorrow, Wednesday, evening, from
6 to 9:30, for the benefit of the Chris Christian
tian Christian church.
BIG WHITE AUTO
A big White Gasolene truck, has ar arrived
rived arrived from Georgia and is in daily
use by the Ocala Coco-Cola Com Company,
pany, Company, in delivering their goods to
consumers and bringing in- empty
cases. The truck is used in both city
trade and in the county to nearby
points and is found to be very eco economical
nomical economical as well as a big time saver.
When you think candy, say Nun Nun-nally,
nally, Nun-nally, and when you say Nunnally
come to Geri's.
First of the season Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
no
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IIJERFEBEIICE OF THE ALLIES
IIEIISE
Washington, March 16. Secretary
of State Bryan has received the Brit British
ish British reply to the American note re regarding
garding regarding food stuffs and submarines
sent to Great Britain and Germany,
when Germany declared the submar submarine
ine submarine blockade against England. He
also also received from Ambassador
Page the text of the British order
establishing a general embargo on
German trade.
The general opinion in official and
diplomatic circles is that the United
States will protest to Great Britain
and France against the order that all
trade with Germany will be stopped.
No attempt is made to. conceal the
fact that -the action of Great Britain
is most displeasing.
ALLIES AD1IB
FIGHTING FAVORABLE TO THEM
ALL ALONG THE FRONT
Paris, March 16. A battle is pro progressing
gressing progressing along the .entire front today.
The British have recaptured the
ground lost near Steloi. The French
are progressingtin the Champagne dis district
trict district and now hold all trenches in the
forests of Lepetre, recently lost. The
French captured a German trench on
the slope of Reich Ac&erkopeneV
GERMANS LOST HEAVILY
London, -.March" 16. It is officially
estimated that the Germans lost 18, 18,-000
000 18,-000 men around Neuve' Chapelle, on
March'- lOth-vjIlthth
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12thand !Cth.
SMAr1V017NG'MEN
IN PLANT CITY
JttiU.',Givc Their Town a Clean-Up at
the End of Every Week
Plant City, March 16. Forty of
Plant City's young men, members of
the "Clean-Up Association," swept
every paved street in the city Satur Saturday
day Saturday night. It "Is the' plan to clean up
the town's streets every Saturday
j night, and the young men were asked
I to volunteer.
Plant City's housewives prepared
hot coffee and sandwiches for the
tired workers and served them in
front of the Abbott theater. Follow Follow-i'g
i'g Follow-i'g the cleaning and the eating, the
workers were invited to enjoy the
movies by the Abbott theater manage management.
ment. management. All varieties of seed com; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
People who trade with the Rexall
stores. get best quality in everything.
Gerig's. lS-tf
Die most complete line of high
sradc toilet articles in Ocala may be
found at oiir store reasonable prices
prevail too. The Court Pharmacy. Ct
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
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WITH OUR TRADE IS CAUSES
HI
OUR INTERFERENCE IN MEXICO
WOULD MAKE A BAD IM IMPRESSION
PRESSION IMPRESSION IN SOUTH
AMERICA
Chicago, March 16. Vice President
Marshall, leaving with a party for the
Panama Exposition. today, stated that
the United States will not intervene
in Mexico. The United States would
be unable to get out, and the influence
of such action on the' South American
republics would be bad, sugre.stin a
"march southward."
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.MARINE OF BRITAIN
London, March 10. According to
an official statement issued today, up
to March 10th, ICO British merchant
.chips had been interned, captured or
destroyed.
AT ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH
- -Those who have nt heart the ces ces-nation",
nation", ces-nation", of .til e' terrible; scourge of war
are cordially invited ri.ext Sunaay r,t
St. Philip's Catholie church, at' 9 a., m?
to join in the special prayer (compos (composed
ed (composed by the holy Father Benedict XV)
to be offered up all over America cn
March 21st.. Passion Sunday, for the
purpose of entreating our Lord, 'the
King of Peace, to grant us the favor
we are longing for.
In the afternoon the f ervjee will be
at 5. We will recite the holy rosary
and the litanies ct the Faints and k
will conclude with the prayer "pro
pace."
Tomorrow, 17th, will be the feast of
St. Patrick. Thursday, feast of St.
Cyril, docteur of the church, Friday,
feast of St. Joseph, patron of the
universal church. Saturday will b;
votive of the Blessed Virgin, mother
of Christ. 3"he daily services for these
feasts will be as usual, at 7 a. m., but
Sunday special at 9 a. m. and 5 p. m.
Ail are sincrly invited.
GADSON'S EASTER SAL?:
Frank P. Gadson's Bazaar Store will
have its Easter opening on the 25th,
2Cth and 27th of this month, and will
show one of the prettiest lines of tas taster
ter taster and spring goods, in ladies' ready ready-to?
to? ready-to? wear goods, millinery and dress
goods that the store has ever shown.
Gadscn, while in New York last week.
j bought an unusual Dretty line of the
goods which are arriving daily, and
with them he bought a great many
easter souvenirs that will be given
free to the customers visiting the store
on those davs.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, MARCH 16. 1915

OG ALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTING Ell

& CAKKOLL. raoi'iuKTons

VL R- Carroll, General Manager Port l-rl liulur Manager

others. The Scilly Islands arc at the ; statement if he met it in the road.
Land's End, on the paths of steamers! The people of Ocala know the Star

On year,, a &4v&v . In a4aae. $S.00
Six xaoatt la V sasa ia aavaac, , 4.25
Three mitas V.$ :, ta advaace, 2.25

Irritate it,

AVrU I fc $ l J awe G, Blaine in

grow? 9$&i&. ck'ft am,. f;U SaaS Ite represented. Maine in
cfL : Sat waay years, retiring

..ww when M age began to tell on
' Na utira'w. hiNH, Wa Before going to Congress, he

Iri- ii, ki-'k So,v5 i -Tte4 a, mayor of his native town,

pzs&te ifc fcfch to w tes ? lwtto, m t& ure and as
a m?h ih tffe 8v onwy general of the state.
Wffk'' vk rc&tais Everybody will sympathize with
m fc&&Kr;tt& fw&nal teianted j John IX Rockefeller in the death of
Cka. Hcsay s4 a brief hi- his wife. Their courtship and life
tory tf liU e& tht jrod o!3 citi- j since marriage has been more re re-ten,
ten, re-ten, v jmarkable than, the financial success
j of the Standard Oil King. They met
The newspapers f the state can n the early sixties, when he was a
break up the Palm Beach gambling j country boy struggling for a footing
..i,k it w AiCrt t, Mn ,?rU- in the business world, and she a

out of existence any other glaring
evil that they combine against.

to Liverpool, Bristol and all the chan channel
nel channel ports. The U-29 gave the crews
of most of the steamers time to leave
their vessels and in some cases towed

j the ship s lifeboats with the crew to

I passing steamers by which they were

brought to port. The submarine was
chased by patrol boats but proved
too elusive, while steamers which tried
to ram or escape found the sub submarine
marine submarine was much faster than similar

craft which previously had been prey

ing on Great Britain's oversea trade.
The German commander told the cap captain
tain captain of one of the vessels he sunk
that his boat had come from Cuxhav-

en, and was about to return to thati

port, but would be immediately re replaced
placed replaced by a submarine of the same
type.

: pretty well, and it doesn't hava to de-
fend itself if it dealt in insinuations,
it could fill a page, and the people
would recognize what everyone of
I them meant.

granted the petition for a new road
from Blitchton road to Martel, to wit:
Commencing on south side of Ocala

and Blitchton hard, road where same j
intersects sec. line dividing sections
3 and 4 of township 15 s, of range 21 j

tnence louowmg saia secxion une

e.

RICHMOND PEARSON HOBSON

The above-named prominent Amer

ican will be at the Temple in

south between sections 3 and 4, 9 and ;

10, 15 and 16 of township 15 s ofs
! range 21 e., to where said section j
line intersects north side of Ocala and j
Mart?! hard road, and appointed the I

i following gentlemen as commissioners j

, to view mark and lav out the route of j
;g, and J said roadi Messrs. Frank Abate, A. S. I

All the ex-,

LOUIS R. OIAZAL& SONS CO.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT

Holder Building
Telephone 22S

P. O. Box 47;
Ocala, Fla.

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cnautauqua course tnis evemn

should be greeted by a full house. He Pickett and W. L. Hall.

is the" most noted public man to visit ipense of opening the road, etc., to be
Ocala since the appearance here Of torae bv. e petitioners.

j Loramissioner.v,ani anu ujuniy
gineer Moorehead made report in the
matter of the request of Mr. Tison and

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William J. Bryan in 1911.
Mr. Hobson came into notice

enteen years ago this summer, when others as to the west Anthony road
with seven other American seamen he j and the road from the Wire road to
ran the steamer Merrimac into thewef road that neither road seemed
. 0 .. , f to be a public road. The matter was
entrance of Santiago harbor, in an ; ,aid overPfor further investigation.
attempt to bottle up Cervera s sjuad- The Levon and Belleview road as
ron. The attempt failed, but the deed follows: Beginning at a. point about

It is reported that Turkey has offer offered
ed offered Bulgaria Adrianople, if Bulgaria
will attack Greece and Servia. If the
Bulgarians accept the offer, they had
better collect payment in advance.

On account of the report of Chinese
activity in Manchuria, the Japanese
are sending a large force into that
province. We would like to see a good,
lively war break out between Japan
and China and last about fifty years.

King Constantine of Greece is try trying
ing trying to keep his country out of the
war. Constantine was at the front
during the struggles with Turkey and
Bulgaria in 1912-13, and knows what
war is. It would be a great thing
for the common people if all kings
were as sensible as Constantine.

The Savannah News calls attention
, to the fact that the Alabama sunk
and burned seventy ships while she
was" afloat, while all Germany's com-

mfirffi destrovers. includine' the sub

marines, have SO far only accounted
for eighty-eight vessels. So the record
cf the Confederate cruiser yet re remains
mains remains alone in its class.

A great many people in Ocala re re-member
member re-member Lincoln Beachey, who was
young in the flying game when he
brought his machine here some years
ago. He was an ordinary sized man,
but very compact and well set up, and
his rather plain face was. bright with
the, intelligence that showed in every
feature. He made two flights at the

fair grounds, and on one brought his
machine clear over the city, so every everybody
body everybody could see it, he said. His flying
machine was the first that ever cut
the air over Ocala, and everybody who
made the acquaintance of the, aviator
was charmed with his cleverness and
geniality.

teacher. Poverty stood in the way
of their marriage, and the courtship
was a long one. It is not on record
that either ever had any other love
affair. She was faithful and helpful
to him thru the years they had to
wait. They were married after
awhile, set up a modest home, and
ever since have been each other's
closest companions. Fashionable life
was not cared for by either, and no
matter what else one may say of the
Standard Oil King, none can deny
that his home life has been a model.
Everyone must feel sorrow that the
end came to Mrs. Rockefeller when
her husband was so far away. Sad it
was to both. One cannot help but
regret that, in those rare cases when
husband and wife have been all in all
to each other so many years, they
cannot pass out hand in hand. Prob Probably
ably Probably John D. Rockefeller owes his
success to his wife." With a vain, a
frivolous or unfaithful woman, either
as sweetheart or wife, he would al almost
most almost certainly have made at some
time a mistake that would have
spoilt his entire career. The love and

faith of a good woman are the most

valuable things in the world, and

without them riches and honors are

of little real use to any roan.

Again the Star, in its issue of Sat Saturday
urday Saturday last, assails the honesty and
sincerity of Mr. Camp and myself.
R. L. Anderson, Jr.
The Star has not questioned the
honesty of either Mr. Camp or Mr.

Anderson, and it has no doubt that

they are as sincere in most other
things as they are in trying to supply
the city of Ocala with electric cur current.
rent. current. Their policy, however, in forcing
a lawsuit on the city council and then
finding fault with it for defending
itself, is like the conduct of a mule,

which bucks a man off and then kicks

him for falling. The public expects a
mule to do such things, but when men

carry out such a policy, it is prone to
make remarks.

Why should young Mr. Anderson

was a most gallant one, the most spec-1 the center of section 14, running ne
tacular individual feat of the war. j through sections 14 and 12 to inter-

Some years after the war, Mr. Hob-;roadt township 17f r. 22 is hereby de-

The William P.. Frye, the ship
whose destruction by a German
cruiser has caused so 'much comment,
was named after William. Pierce
Frye, a distinguished citizen of Maine,
who after serving five terms in 'the
lower house of Congress, was elected

Two towns in Connecticut, Wake

field and-Westfield, hunger for rattan
the one for chairs and baby car

riages and the other for whips. The

product is grown in British posses
sions and treated in German f ac

tories for American use, and years of

high protection could not avail to

have it grown in Florida and treated
at home; start the plants in our low

hammocks. Times-Union.

A very good suggestion. The
bamboo, a kindred plant to the rattan,

has already shown its willingness to

grow in Florida, and it would pay
our people well to encourage both, as

they are beautiful plants, as well as

exceedingly useful.

The latest German submarine to

cause commotion around Britain is

the U-29. This is the biggest, fast

est submarine yet reported. In three

days, in the vicinity of the Scilly
Islands, it sunk one French and four
British steamers and damaged three

son, on account of lailinjr eyesignt.

resigned from the navy. Shortly
after, he was elected to Congress and
represented the sixth Alabama dis district
trict district for eight years, his fourth tem
expiring March 4th last. He could
undoubtedly have remained in the
lower house as long as he pleased,
but chose last year to run for the- Sen-

clared abrogated.

The following: Beginning at sw cor
section 12, run sw one mile to inter intersect
sect intersect with Wright and Lucius road in
township 17 s, r 22, is hereby declared
a public road, all legal steps in the
premises having been heretofore com complied
plied complied with.
The board ordered that three split
log drags be obtained and the matter

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OCALA. FLORIDA.

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

wince when the Star says he and Mri States of its unpreparedness for war

?s T1rfr-H 5n ih.f HnnHn'f flip rmintv

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tc agauisu uscar uiiucrwu, u .engineer and Commissioner Pvles.

whom he was defeated after an ar- The request to change the Eureka

duous campaign. It is not at all
likely, however, that his public career
is over.
Mr. Hobson made a name for him himself
self himself while in Congress on two lines of
policy. One was warning the United

Camp are busy promoting the inter,
ests of the Florida Power Company.
Its the Star's opinion that the Florida

Power Company is a legitimate and

very creditable industrial enterprise.

Mr. Camp has a perfect right to sell

his Current to Ocala if he can do so.

He has an American business man's
pride in the worth of his product, and
we have no doubt that he honestly be believes
lieves believes he can do better by Ocala than

Ocala can do by herself. We don't be

lieve he would offer shoddy goods to
anyone; we have never heard of the
FlQrida Power Company falling down
on its contracts and we believe if it
makes a contract with Ocala, the con

tract will be carried out faithfully
and efficiently. This we have said be before,
fore, before, and are ready to say again. If
Mr. Camp would only say to the citi

zens of Ocala, "Gentlemen, I am going
to make you take current from the

Florida Power Company or bust the

hamestrings off the universe trying,"
we would all be happy; it would be
just like a game of poker, and nobody
would Worry except to draw the best

cards. We could confine ourselves to
discussions of watts and wotnots, am

peres and transformers, public and
private ownership, and other things
that we could debate without heat.

But if Mrv. Camp goes into
politics, if he tries to thwart the will
of his fellow citizens in the courts and
if he goes to Tallahassee to try to
have the city charter framed to suit
him, he needn't wonder if people make

comments; and why shouldn't the Star
express in print what it hears a hun

dred citizens say.

Mr. Anderson is a mighty fine

young man and a promising lawyer,

but he is yet rather in the kinder

garten class when he goes into print.

It is not necessary to answer his re
marks about "insinuations"; they con

fute themselves as they go along. If

he ever feels like solidifying what he

says he might "insinuate," into state

ments, he has our full and free per permission.
mission. permission. If he considers what the
Star said Saturday as an insinuation,
we are afraid he wouldn't know a
straight-out. open and above-board

with foreign countries, particularly
Japan, and the other was national
prohibition, he being the author of
and the most prominent advocate of
the prohibition amendment to the con constitution,
stitution, constitution, which has so far failed, but
is bound to be brought up again.
WTien a man of Hobson's promi prominence
nence prominence appears on the lecture platform
in a city, no one can afford to miss
seeing and hearing him.

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Skillful cooking develops the real corn flavor the nourishment and sweet sweetness
ness sweetness of the true sweet meat of the kernels. The corn is then seasoned with
sugar and salt, rolled and toasted to appetizing, golden-brown flakes.
They tumble from the big ovens, pass directly into the familiar big yellow
cartons,, and are sealed in germ-proof wax wrapping. You get Post Toasties,
factory-iresh, as crisp, pure and wholesome as when they leave the ovens.
After you have known the true goodness of these sweet meats of the corn,
you'll realize why folks everywhere are demanding the
SmpsfSof Cora Flakes
and Post Toasties cost no more than the ordinary brands of "corn flakes."- To
get the "best insist upon the distinctive brand--POST TOASTIES.
sold by Grocers everywhere.

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Official Report of the Proceedings at

the March Meeting of the
, Board
Ocala, Fla. March 2, 1915.
The Board of County Commission

ers met at ten o'clock, present W. D.

Carn, chairman; and W. Luff man, J.

T. Hutchins, N. A. Fort and S. R.
Pyles, commissioners.

Minutes of the last meeting read

and approved.

The clerk was instructed to draw a

warrant in favor of T. J. Kemp for

3o, for expenses m the case of Alex
Singletary, a pauper.

Application of Mr. Booth and oth

ers for reduction of taxes was refus refused
ed refused as the board considered that they
had no right to go behind the tax as

sessor s assessment except in cases
of plain error.
On motion it was ordered that Mr.

J. B. Booth be requested to take

charge of the repair and maintianance

of the Orange Hammock and Altoona
road.
Mr. J. R. Moorehead was, on mo motion,
tion, motion, directed to have the Eureka and
Daisy road opened up and strawed for
one-half mile.
Mr. Hightower was, on motion, au authorized
thorized authorized to repair the road from Cand Candler
ler Candler to Heather Island on the basis
of the county paying for two-thirds
of the cost of such repairs.
On account of error of the tax as assessor,
sessor, assessor, the tax collector was directed
to reduce" the assessment of the Citi Citizen's
zen's Citizen's Improvement Company from
$6000, to nothing.
The following was declared a public
road and ordered opened to wit: "Be "Begin
gin "Begin at nw cor of section 20, tp 16 s. r.
22 e, rur.e one half mile to ne cor of
nwi of said section 20, thence south
one-half mile to center of section,
thence e to Summerfield hard road."
On motion the clerk was directed to
draw a warrant for Mrs. Hogan for
$10 for this month only, to be sent to
Dr. Gatrell for her family's relief.
Application for relief for James
Watson and Henry Wagner was re refused.
fused. refused. The matter of experimental work in
making sand clay road3 was refer referred
red referred to the county engineer and Mr.
M. E. Worrell, U. S. highway engi engineer,
neer, engineer, and Commissioners Pyles and
Carn, and the committee was instruct instructed
ed instructed to take up with Mr. Worrell the
matter of having a government ex expert
pert expert come to this county for experi experimental
mental experimental work in constructing sand oil
roads.
The matter of the petition by the
citizens bf Ft. McCoy to pay Mr.
Clapper for contract work in road dis district
trict district No. 1, was deferred until the
next meeting of the board.
On motion, it was ordered that
Messrs. A. F. Young & Co., be offered
$100, for an acre ff land on the hard
road.
The matter of the Starke's ferry
bridge repair was referred to Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Pyles with power to act.
On motion, it was ordered that no
bill be paid by the board except such
bills as were incurred not later than
the last day of the month preceding
the meeting of the board, and that
all bills incurred during the month
in which the board meets, shall be held
over till the next meeting, and that
all road overseers or parties having
claims against the county for supplies
furnished on road account, send their
bills to Mr. J. R. Moorehead and not
to the clerk, as soon as the bill is
made.
Bond of Jas. B. Galbraith as con constable,
stable, constable, precinct No. 20 was approved.
The matter of relief for Eliza Cal Calhoun
houn Calhoun was referred to Commissioner
Hutchins.
The board rescinded its action tak taken
en taken at the last meeting refusing to
pay for stationary and postage for
county officers, in so far as it relates
to the stationery.
The board directed, by motion, that
all Justices of the Peace, and the
county judge, should require prepay prepayment
ment prepayment of costs in cases where there
might be a reasonable doubt of con conviction
viction conviction of the defendant.
Petition of citizens of Eureka neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Mr. F. M. Harp and others,
was referred to Commissioner Luff Luff-man
man Luff-man and the county engineer.

On the report of county engineer

and Orange Springs road was referred
to the citizens of the community who
will have to make the change in the

regular manner by petition and de defray
fray defray all expenses involved.
The offer of citizens of precinct No.
19 to place in the county treasury in
the hard road fund, $1000, or more
with the understanding that the coun county
ty county of Marion should expend it on
straightening out and hardening the
road from the post office at Stanton
to Starke's ferry and in addition the
county to expend for the same pur purpose
pose purpose an equal amount in 1915 and an
equal amount in 1916. The said ex expenditures
penditures expenditures by Marion county to con consist
sist consist not of county money except the
money placed in the road fund by cit citizens
izens citizens of precinct 19, but of work by
counts convicts, teams, overseers, 'etc.
Notary public bond of W. H. Palmer
was approved.

Notary public bond of D. H. Sey- j

mour was approved.
Deputy sheriff bond of J. S. Wills
was approved.
Pistol bond of. Noble W. Harrison
was approved and permit granted.
Report of Mrs. J. R. Moorehead,
was filed.

Report of county engineer, J. R.
Moorehead, as follows:
Ocala, Fla., March 5, 1915.
To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners, Gentlemen:
I herewith submit my report of
work on public roads for the month

of February as follows:
District No. 1: Repaired Silver
Springs and Grahamville road be between
tween between 7 and 19 mile post; repaired
Burbank road north to 13 mile post.
Total $235.42.
District 2: Built 3188 feet and grad graded
ed graded 4420 feet on the Dunnellon road
and repaired Horns bridge road to
river; built 3255 feet sand-clay road
on Fairfield and Flemington road, also

j constructed concrete culvert across

Smith branch and completed fill; cost
of road 4.6 cents per lineal foot or at
the rate of $242.9 per mile; cost ,of
feeding prisoners 18.4 per man per
day; cost of feeding mules 45 cents,
per mule pef day ;built 7300 feet of
sand-clay road on Blitchton road, cost
6.7 cents per lineal foot or $353.7 per
mile; cost of feeding prisoners 16.8
cents per day, per man; cost of feed feeding
ing feeding mules 61.1 per mule, per day. To Total
tal Total $1,089.48.
District 3: Repaired Heather Island
causeway and strawed 1 mile from
same to Candler; opened 1 Smiles and
built 1 miles fence on the Adams
Vogt road; repaired 330 feet causeway
on the Oklawaha and Orange Ave.,
roads; cost $40 per mile, total $484.07.
District 4: Repaired Orange Ham Hammock
mock Hammock and Altoona road, strawed 5
miles on Moss Bluff and Sharps ferry
road;' graded mile on Henderson
road; repairs on Eureka ferry bridge
underway. Repaired 3 miles on Nor Nor-walk
walk Nor-walk road and 1 mile on Astor and
Daytona road; strawed 3 miles on
Lynn and Astor road; cost of straw straw-ing
ing straw-ing $17.55 per mile. Repaired 1 mile
on Ft. Gates road; total $586.33.
District 5: Built 4437 feet gravel
and sand clay road on Fairfield and
Flemington road; cost 6.76 per lineal
foot or $356.9 per mile; cost of feed feeding
ing feeding prisoners 18.4 cents per day per
man; cost of feeding mules 45 cents
per mule, per day. Scraped Anthony
and Citra -road from Sparr to Citra;
repaired two miles and strawed 44
miles on Anthony and Ft. McCoy road;
cost of strawing $30.71 per mile.
Strawed 34 miles on Ft. McCoy and
Eureka road; cost $18 per mile. To Total
tal Total $713.44.
Total for the month $3,198.74.
Respectfully submitted,
JasR. Moorehead, Sutp. Roads,
was filed.
Report of S. J. McCully was filed.
John P. Galloway, sheriff, filed his
report to the state auditor.
County Judge W. E. Smith, filed cer certificates
tificates certificates of convictions during month
of February.
Communication frtfm J. B. Simonton
read and filed.
Communication of H. M, Hampton
on behalf of Mrs. Pauline Wrilliams
was read and laid over until the next
meeting of the board.
Communication of R. S. Rogers con concerning
cerning concerning plats, etc., read and filed.
Tax collector Colbert filed his report
of licenses collected during February.
Tax collector filed his report of polls
collected and auto licenses collected
during February.
The following justices of the peace
filed reports of fines and costs impos imposed
ed imposed during February to wit:
J. G. Ferguson, No. 1, fines $300;
costs $52.12.
W. E. Smith, county judge, fines
$735; costs $165.24.
The following justices of the peace
filed reports showing no business dur during
ing during February, to-wit:
H. W. Douglass. J. P., No. 7; Alex Alexander
ander Alexander Wynne. J. P. No. 19 and S. U.
Campbell. J. P. No. 8.
The following marl, and brand in inspectors
spectors inspectors filed reports, to-wit: Dis Districts,
tricts, Districts, 1. 13, 17, 21, and 24.
All bills audited and approved were
ordered paid.
The board thereupon adjourned to
meet again on the 18th of March at
10 o'clock, a. m.

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to the declamation contest in which j prove all week he will bring her
there were the following entries: home on Sunday.
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Miss Ulaudia U Weal, who gave
"Mistress Fillisy's Burglar."
Miss Maud Lillian Little gave

"Diddy and Dumps." - j Complimenting her lovely house-
Miss Cevie Roberts, "Christmas j ?uest. Miss Florence Brooks, Miss
Story." i Bessie MacKay entertained a few
Miss Margaret Little, "April j special friends this morning at a
Showers." charming sewing party. The young
Miss Mary Garrett, "Has-the Moon Hadies, amidst decorations of pretty
Risen." spring flowers, spent the morning in-

Miss Louise Rentz. "Nauehtv Zell." formally, sewing and chatting, the

Miss Clara Currv. "The Victims offrer including the hemming of a

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Miss Lottie Curry,

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Miss Maryela Bray,

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Miss Elizabeth Cowdrick,

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The selections were well rendered
and greatly enjoyed. The judges
awarded the prize, a handsome medal,
to Miss Rentz and the same was pre presented
sented presented to her last evening. Another
medal presented at the same time
was the one for the music contest,
won Saturday afternoon by Miss
Mabel Aiken. The winners were the
recipients of much praise from the
audience.
After the presentation of the med medals,
als, medals, Mr. Raymond May opened his
first engagement. Mr. May is a bar baritone
itone baritone and musical monologist and his
program last night was particularly
interesting. He gave in his pleasing
individual manner "Poor Old Bach Bachelor,"
elor," Bachelor," "Elf Man." "I've Got the
Mumps," 'McDowell's Concert Etude,
and concluded with "Bandolero," in
costume.
Mrs. Frances Vesey gave her lec lecture,
ture, lecture, "Keep Smiling." Mrs. Vesey
treated her subject along interesting
line3 and delighted her hearers, her
talk containing many practical illiis-
trations.
Friends of Miss Leora Wright, who
has recently concluded a visit toMiss
Jean Austin, will read with interest
the following from the Pensacola
News: "Miss Leora Wright of St.

Paul, Minn., is the guest of Miss! with grip

Pearl Sheppard. Miss Wright has
been the inspiration of a number of
very charming social affairs since her
arrival, and during the past week
among the courtesies extended her
was a dinner at Fort Barrancas and
a tea at which. Lieut. Conger enter entertained
tained entertained in her honor, at his quarters
at the navy yard, with dancing after afterward."

number of cup towels for the hostess
who is soon to be wedded to Mr. Wm.
D. Taylor.
At noon a tempting buffet lunch
was served consisting of crab, toma tomatoes
toes tomatoes with mayonnaise, pickles, hot
rolls, coffee and cake.
Spending the morning with Miss
MacKay and Miss Brooks, were Miss Misses
es Misses Mary .and Anna McDowell, Nellie
Gottlieb, Helen Brown. Bettie Mc Mc-Iver,
Iver, Mc-Iver, Janet Weathers, Minnie Stovall,
Mary Burford, Hope Robinson, Edith
Williams, Doris Murry, Mamie Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Mrs. J. II, Taylor and Mrs. James
Taylor. They were joined for lunch
by Misses Mary Wyatt Galbraith and
Annie Atkinson.

Mrs. Derrill Pratt left today ta join
her husband in St. Louis, for the
summer. She will stop en route at
Ocala, Jacksonville and Birmingham.
The latter place is, the former home
of Mr. Pratt, whose father founded
the well known little mining city of
Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham.
Mr. Pratt is the second baseman of
the St. Louis Browns. St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Independent.
Mr. Pratt has been with his team
at Houston, Texas, for the past six
weeks, practicing up for the opening
of the season, and' goes from there to
the club's home city, St. Louis. Mrs.
Pratt, who has many friends in Ocala,
arrived here today and will pay a visit
to her aunt, Mrs. R. R. Carroll.
Mrs. Richard McConathy is con convalescing
valescing convalescing from an illness of two weeks

Mrs. L. D. Cullum and young son of
Batesburg, S. C, arrived this after afternoon
noon afternoon for an extended visit to Mrs.
Cullum's parents, Capt. and Mrs. S.
R. Pyles, at "Glenhurst."
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet Wednesday afternoqn at 3:30
o'clock with Mrs. R. E. Yonge.

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
soft drinks.
Our plant is two blocks south of the square, on
Main street.
CHERO COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Phone 521 ft -:. Ocala, Fla.

Miss Jean Austin accompanied3Irs.
Edward Holder and Miss Alice Bul Bullock
lock Bullock o Lakeland Sunday.

. j
Miss Mary Wyatt Galbraith of Gal- j
braith Springs, Tenn., concluded today

a visit or a montn witn Miss Annie
Atkinson, leaving for Atlanta to
spend several days attehding to bus

iness in connection witn Themis, the!

Zeta Tan Alpha fraternity maga magazine,
zine, magazine, of which she is editor in chief.
The last of June Miss Galbraith will
go to San Francisco to attend the
general Z. T. A. convention and while
in the west will make a rapid tour
of that section of the country. Miss
Galbraith has a" natural charm of
manner that is adorable, a gift for
remembering names and faces which
is invaluable and during her visit

there has made a host of friends

'i -rr.,
Mr. and Mrs. O. Brownell, former

ly of Jacksonville, but who have re

sided in Live Oak for some time, have
returned to this city to reside.

Times-Union.

Trs Tlrrvumoll ropcntlv lo.-trtvArl

i V) Trrmlo onH cVio anA Vioi VmcVnn

w -...ax .V. h..V 11V1 UftJVUA4V

have a number of friends in this cily.

Mr. D. S. Borland, who has been
spending several days at Citra, left
yesterday for his home in Fort Myers.
Miss Ervin and Mrs. Fulwood of
Citra, spent yesterday afternoon in
the city shopping.

ROOM AXO HATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF

- Ocala, Florida.' ;
Restaurant with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
RoomvWithout Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
F.LECTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICE PHONES IN ALL ROOMS
: LOUIS Mo L)M(S9
MANAGER s ;
The only Hotel on the Square

ROOM AND RATH FOR A -.DOLLAR AND A HALF,

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Change-In Auntie.
Little Margaret's aunt had been ill
for several weeks and Margaret had
not seen her during this thne. On see seeing
ing seeing her for the first time after her
illness she cried: "My, auntie, how
vqu have evaporated!"
Try one of, those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

itHoe Momr liiiinnlr h

1 i RY

PatUrns, Dress Models
l and
Street Hats

'COMPLETE .SHOWING
Tfiursday-Friflay
MARCH 18-19

EVERYBODY INVITED
UPSTAIRS. REAR OF
HELVENSTON'S

inn i f li i mi mm mil. rv "V fa"fiitMl VaT iiii -1 1 "far

r. and Mrs. Edward t l itch are

announcing the arrival of a daughter
at their home inChicago Friday. Mrs.
Fitch was fornl'erlxJMiss Sallie Camp
of this city ancf she has given her
daughter the name, Leta, for her sis

ter, Mrs. I. F. Bennett.

VILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Embalmer

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

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

219 WEST BROADWAY

After a visit of a week to his old

home at Bay St. Louis, Miss., and New
Orleans, Mr. W. I. Evans has returned
home.
Mrs. Theo Gano Has returned from
a visit to friends in Daytona and De De-Land.
Land. De-Land. Mrs. Bradford C. Webb, of Kend Kend-rick,
rick, Kend-rick, is among the out of town shop shoppers
pers shoppers in the city today.
Mrs. G. F. Armstrong and Miss
Lucy Camp Armstrong, of Savannah,
are guests for a fortnight of Mrs.
Armstrong's brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp, arriving this
afternoon.
Mr. Jack Camp returned this after afternoon
noon afternoon from a several days business
trip to Virginia.
mm
Mr. Frank Drake has returned from
a week end visit to Jacksonville and

reports Mrs. Drake improving from I

WOOD

PHONF 503

; For Good Wood
CIG Load for $1.
Vour Order will have
immediate Attention-

jj. L. SMOAK
J At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

J. D. McCaskill. R. L. Anderson. Jr..

and. Joe Potter.
These aspirants were not denied a
sufficient number of Knights to ac accompany
company accompany them on their journey, as
ten members of the Dunnellon lodge
were on hand and offered their assist assistance
ance assistance as guides. The only vehicle of.
travel at hand was a rickety affair,
but with the able assistance of the

loyal members who accompanied the
"new ones" they reached their desti destination
nation destination in safety at a late hour, none
the worse for their experiences of the
trip, though at times it seemed that
the hand of adversity had marked
them as victims of disaster.
There is no abatement in the growth
of Ocala lodge Xo. 19, and' the en-!
thusiasm which struck the members
some eighteen months ago is keeping ;
"something doing" all the time. The
entertainment committee is always on j
the job and at least once a month it
can be depended upon to spring some-

thing new on the membership that
tends to the uplift of the organization.

PROMINENT VISITORS

Mr. Welcome I. Capen and wife, of
New York, will arrive in Ocala this
afternoon to spend a couple of days
of their vacation in and around this
city. They will visit Silver Springs
and other points of interest here,
leaving for the north over the Day Daylight
light Daylight Line. They have heard a great
deal of the beauties of the Oklawaha
river trip from Mr. Capen's business
associates, and have decided to make
the trip and see for themselves.
Mr. and Mrs. Capen have been
coming to Florida for a number of
years for their winter vacations, but
have never before stopped over in
Ocala. We hope that they will be
sufficiently impressed with Ocala and
its neighboring attractions to make a
more extended visit to this city on
their next trip south., r
Mr. Capen is fourth vice president
of the Postal Telegraph-Cable Com Company,
pany, Company, a director in the Mackay com companies,
panies, companies, and prominent in conserva conservative
tive conservative financial circles in New York.
While in Ocala, the party will be
the guests of Mr. A. F. Joyner, man manager
ager manager of the Postal's local office, at the
Harrington Hall.

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, cake, ice cream, coffee, tea,
cocoa. tf

PIMPLES AND ERUPTIONS
MEAN BAD BLOOD

A GOOD GARDEN COMES, NOT SO MUCH FROM
THE AMOUNT OF WOIIK YQU PUT ON IT, AS FROM
THE KIND OF TOOLS YOU WORK WITH. WITH
OUR LABOR-SAVING GARDEN TOOLS YOU CAN
HAVE A BIGGER, BETTER GARDEN WITH LESS
WORK THAN YOU CAN WITH YOUR OLD, WORN WORN-OUT
OUT WORN-OUT MAKESHIFTS.
COME IN. LET US SHOW YOU THE "LABOR-SAVERS."

PHONE 1 18,

TV

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- OCALA, FLA.

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

People who have impure or impov impoverished
erished impoverished blood should be careful to
take only a vegetable and temperance
remedy such as Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery is and has been for
over 40 years.
The first day you start to take this
reliable medicine, impure germs and
accumulations begin to separate in
the blood and are then expelled thru
the eliminative organs.
In place of the impurities, the ar arteries
teries arteries and veins gradually get fresh
vitalized blood and the action of this
good blood on the skin means that
pimples, boils, carbuncles, eczema,
rash, acne and all skin blemishes will
disappear. Then you must remember
that when the blood is right, the liver,
stomach, bowels and kidneys become
healthy, active and vigorous and you
will have no more trouble with indi indigestion,
gestion, indigestion, backache, headache and con constipation.
stipation. constipation.
Get Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery today at any medicine deal dealers;
ers; dealers; it is a powerful blood purifier, so
penetrating that it even gets at the
impure deposits in the joints and car carries
ries carries them out of the system.
Depend upon this grand remedy to

give you the kind of blood that makes
the skin clear, the mind alert, the vis vision
ion vision keener and puts ambition and en energy
ergy energy into the entire body. "You won't
be disappointed. For free advice or
free booklet on blood write Dr. V. M.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Miss Ida Dean, 311 W. Pine St., Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, Fla., says: "I am a great friend
and advocate of Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. It cured me of a
cough and cold two years ago. The
cough was of the worst form imagin imaginable.
able. imaginable. I coughed so violetnly and so
continuously that my friends became
very anxious as to the outcome. My
physician was afraid that it would
terminate in consumption, as many of
my symptoms pointed that way. I
had a severe sore throat all the time,
.1 1 I 1 1

witn rattling in my oromcnai luoes
from the excessive amount of thick
phlegm. I was also troubled with se severe
vere severe neuralgia in my face. In addi addition
tion addition to all this, my general health
was very poor. I was run down, all
tired out, without the least ambition,
and with great loss of weight. I had
weighed 175 pounds, but in my condi condition
tion condition went down to 125 pounds. Appe Appetite
tite Appetite left me and for a long time I took
nothing in the way of nourishment
but a cup of milk daily. The 'Golden
Medical Discovery' soon began- to
help me until, finally, I was back to
my former self." Adv.-19.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets not
only the original but the best Little
Liver Pills, first put up over 40 years
ago, by old Dr. R. V. Pierce, have
been much imitated but never equaled
as thousands attest. They're purely
vegetable, being made up of concen concentrated
trated concentrated and refined medicinal princi principles,
ples, principles, extracted from the roots of
American plants. Do not gripe. On
or two for stomach corrective, three
or four for cathartic.

um be- us pyE mm

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 u
have your custom we deserve it.

The Management of DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving or 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 Kquipped and will m llun
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURSi 9 A. M. TO 4;30 P. M. PHONE 335

CHOICE OF 5 TOURIST TR
NORTH and NORTHWEST

it

if

DIXIE FLYER,". "DIXIE LIMITED", "SEMINOLE LIMITED," "SOUTH
ATLANTIC LIMITED," "MONTGOMERY ROUTE."

VIA

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

Roadster Gars

li

Aft.,, V

. A Great Big Bargain in Maxwell Roadsters

One xModel "Q" 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 Office
Phone 51

How Insects Breathe.
When a man breathes he uses his
muscular strength to draw in the air,
and it i3 afterward forcf d-out auto automatically.
matically. automatically. With insects, as a German
Investigator has just discovered, this
process is just reversed. In other
words insects take in the air automati automatically
cally automatically and exert muscular strength only
when they expel it.

I

PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on all Con Con-ract
ract Con-ract Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the Citv.

A large y shipment cf Pennlson's
creps papT in all colors just receiv-
-i at the- Court Pharmacy. 17-Gt

Cirth cf VeS'-Kr.cwri Society.
The first tccic-ty ior the Praiica
of Cruelty to Ar.irn. v. iozrw: li
England in IS2-S by Mr. Maril::, M. I-

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OCALA EVfctftG STAR, TUESDAY, MAfcCif 16, 1915

rotn:

OCALA OCCURENCES.:-

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Odd "Fellows meet tonight.
Masons meet tonight.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
jSmoke Cuban CluL, 5e Cigar.

WEATHER REPORT

ernment.
(March 1;
March 2

... n i
W. John S. Pedrick of Dunnellon j March 3
was in town yesterday. arr
, March 5

This renort is made from observa

tions taken daily by "Mr. F. G. B.
iWeihe, official observer for the gov-

Max. Mm. r

mm AFFAIRS

(Continued from Third Page)

RATES REDUCED

Freight Charges Cut Down on Florida
Citrus Fruits

Orlando, March 16. Becoming ef- ;

... ; f ective on the 11th mst., the Florida j
Several lovely young ladies of the .. , A . .
. , i railroads made substantial reductions ;
Star s acquaintance, who have been i . , ;
. . m their rates on oranges, when ship-
visiting the orange groves in the vi-; , j i
. i j i u u 'Ped in bulk, carloads; also on the;
cimty of Ocala, declare that when c ,1
, , same date those rates were made to ;
they marry the ceremonies must be 1 ..
, , . .i apply on grapefruit, in bulk. There j
performed under orange trees in full : r , t
lL. tjhas never before been any bulk rates,
bloom. If this isn t encouragement
. .. . Ion erapefruit. The rates have been;

THE MARKETS

Chicago, March 161 May wheat,
1.60.
Com, 754.
Oats, 60.
Pork, 17.90.
Lard, 10.80.
Ribs, 10.17.
WHIFF OF THE PINE FORESTS!

The sheriffs of Florida will hold
their state convention here tomorrow.

March 6

1 March 8

Mr. B. Goldman has returned from j

a. business visit to Orlando..

! March 10

March 11

Business is always good at Gerig's, 1 March 12

Marcn i
March 14
March 15

because it is the Rexall store. 18-tf

Mr. T. C. Luckie has installed an up up-todate
todate up-todate gasoline filter m front of his
garage. ...

Mr. E, K. Nelson of Tampa is a
business visitor in the city.
Harry Peter's burro is in great de

mand with the children, of which it
can carry about four at a time.
County Surveyor W. A. Moorhead
is at Anthony, surveying 3000 acres
of land for Mr. E. C. Beuchler.
Mr. Davis S. Woodrow left this aft

ernoon for New York City, where he
goes on important business.,
: '..-
Mr.- W. J. Hilands returned yester yester-day
day yester-day from a business trip to St. Pe

tersburg.

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65 45 ..
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Local Forecast
Fair north and central portions,

buv an oranee grove, we don't know I

what is.
Mrs. Ed Carmichael and her guests,
Mrs. Howell Hansel, of New York
and Miss Vic Raysor, accompanied by

Mr. Prim of Boston, went to Anthony
this morning. On their return to the

city they had trouble with their
car and called assistance to bring

them in. Mrs. Hansel is the oldest

daughter of Mr. L. M. Raysor, .and is
here on a short visit to her relatives.

How it clears the throat and head

made to apply from stations in Flor-) of its mucous ailments. It is this spir

ida on the Seaboard, Atlantic Coast

n

MRS. IVY MYRTLE BELL

Line and some of their rail connec connections,
tions, connections, although they do not apply
from bay, creek, river and lake landings.

These rates were established on

very short notice under a special per permission
mission permission of the Interstate Commerce

Commission. The minimum weight is
24,000 pounds per car.

The new rates cover the southeast

ern and eastern markets, extending
as far west as the Mississippi river
crossings, as far north as St. Louis,

Louisville and Cincinnati; also Pitts-

it of newness and vigor from the
health-giving piny forests brought
back by Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
Antiseptis and healing. Buy a bot bottle
tle bottle today. All druggists, 25c. Elec Electric
tric Electric Bitters a Spring Tonic. iMon tues,
Fri wkly. Adv.

Have your choice Pabst's creamy
bock" or Pabst's Blue Ritbon-n

draft, at Johnny's. 6-tf

Will aDDear March 19th in costume burg, Buffalo and practically all mar-

recital in place of the Shaksperean kets of any import east thereof.

As You Like It,

-l v, nnri nn tonieht or I recital "As You L.ike It." owine to in

Wednesday; colder tonight north por- ability to get up the play with local NO USE TO TRY AND WEAR

tion, frost north ana cenirai pot laient. mrs. .ueu iewKmu a WEAR YOU OUT INSTEAD

Tirohahlv heavy northwest portion; artist of ability, hence our peopje win

t it I. t ii.. -j.-.Aj i n f I i

colder Wednesday east ana souui por- pe most pieasanuy emeriameu. v,ap i. Thousands keep on suffering cougns

x;-., Orchestra and Mrs. Bell will make an and colds through neglect ana aeiay

4-n.4-nirman4- fittinrf an1 VVnV III HKK VOUrCll ail caoy yttj

evening a l e m

. i n i ... ,i t i sfirious aumems unu cumciuiva

Ex-Congressman Kichmona rearson appropriate ior me ciosmg nigm. peglllt of a neglected Cold? Coughs

. A. I a m I . I . i

Hobson. the distmguisnea genu and Colds sap your strengtn ana ,vi-

wnrA'flt the Chautauqua ELEVEN MURDERERS WAITING ; talitv unless checked in the early

tomgnc,-is:.Vu ,- tiuutuiiu in n.mn.no, neeHthe first dose helps.

Your .head clears up, you breathe free-

Failure of Legislature to Abolish iv and you feel so much better. Buy

a bottle todav and start taking n ax

once. Mon Tues Fri wky adv.

lectured last night to a large audience

at.

akeland.

the company the

The Good Samaritan Army, which

has opened headquarters here, is !in !in-dustriously
dustriously !in-dustriously working .toward a mission

room, and is meeting with a. very li-j shortsighted.

eral support.

The members of the Ocala Rifles

are working with vim and hope to

Capital Punishment Sealed
their Fate

ttiaVp a ?oo(L-ehowing at the division Little Rock, Ark., March 16. Elev-

encampmentftms rear. The company en prisoners, held under sentence of

needs about twiy husky young re- death at the state penitentiary, will

rrnits The, Star is -sorry to see that be electrocuted, three of them this

mien are not giving 1 mimth. as a result of the failure of

encouragement it the legislature to pass a bill abolish

SIXTY THIRD CONGRESS

WAS A SPENDER

Evident that the Debt of the Country

Will be Greatly Increased

Washinerton. March 16. State

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1x3

We Cut Oar Meals

Ouif Lady PatFo:

Long or Short, Wide or Narrow, High or Low. On
the Bias, in fact, as you like them. We have
the latest Styles and Receipts and are Expert
Cutters and Trimmers.

W. II. MARSH

PHONE 108

Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery

deserves. Such policy on their part is 'Jg capital punishment, it was an- ments issued yesterday by Chairman

We are certainly glad to see the
street department mending the holes
in the brick pavement of the streets.
-A great many of the holes have exist existed
ed existed for some time, marring an other-

wise perfect street.
Dr. Herbert Counts has moved his
office from the second floor of the
Teapot Grocery building to the ground
floor of the Yop.ge block, where he is
sharing Dr. Van Hood's office.
, Mr...R. S. Rogers, of the Florida
Title & Abstract Corporation, whb
spent several days pf last week in
Lake county, says there are a good
many settlers coming in there and
activity in real estate is quite notice noticeable.

lounced today.

Four of the

meet

o'clock with Mrs. R. E. Yonge.

condemned men are

The Eastern Star sewing circle will white, and seven are negroes. The

Wednesday afternoon at d:dUj first electrocution will be next rn-

day.
Governor Hays had announced he

W. K. Lane, 31. w., vnysician anu i would permit no capuai punisnmeia

Hnnreon. specialist Eye, Ear, Noso hn the state until after the adjourn-

rzt

and Throat.
Ocala, Fla.

law Library Building, ment of the legislature, and that he

would commute the sentence of those

men condemned to die. If the bill abol-

ARE RHEUMATIC? .TRY SLOAN'S ishing the death penalty passed.

Our prescription department is our
pride. Ask the doctor. The Court
Pharmacy. ' i 17-6t

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 the Liniment to the sur surface.
face. surface. It is wonderfully penetrating.
It goes right to the seat of trouble
nnri draws' the tain almost immedi

ately get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR

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UNCLASSIFIED ADS

Mr. John H. Owen and son Master
Gus, of Atlanta, passed thru Ocala
this afternoon on th'eir way home
from a two weeks' stay at St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg and other South Florida points.
Mr Owen .lived in Ocala some eight eighteen
een eighteen years ago, He is now chief deputy
of the sheriff of .Fulton county, Geor Georgia,;
gia,; Georgia,; and has been in his present posi position
tion position for over six years. His old Ocala
friends were glad to greet him again.

The Star is glad to see that the
work of renovating the arches over
Broadway has commenced. They
will be an ornament instead of an eye eyesore
sore eyesore in a day or so.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

for 25c. of anv drufferiist and have it in

I the house against colds, sore and

like ailments. Your money back if
not satisfied, but it grves almost in instant
stant instant relief mon tues fri wky. Adv.
FOR THE STOMACH AND LIVER

I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Y.,
writes : "I have used Chamberlain's
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

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

FOR RENT Six-room house on S.
Fourth' street; electric lights, hot
and cold water and bath complete.
Apply to Miss Rena Smith at the
Haycraft Millinery. 16-14t

Fitzgerald of the House appropria

tions committee and Representative
Gillette, ranking republican member,
agree that appropriations of the last
session amounted to $1,115,121,409;
that contracts involving additional
appropriations of $37,400,000 'were

authorized and that a treasury deficit
is probable.
Chairman Fitzgerald's statement
did not give the total appropriations
for the entire Sixty-third Congress.
Mr. Gillette placed it at $2,231,000,-

0000, which, he said, was $113,000,000

greater than that of the Sixty-second
Congress and $177,000,000 -more than
the last republican Congress appro appropriated.
priated. appropriated. V ?
Mr. Fitzgerald estimated that
should the condition of the treasury
continue as at present until June 30
the total deficit would be $133,000, $133,000,-000,
000, $133,000,-000, offset, however, by income tax
collections estimated at $80,000,000.

Mr. Gillette asserted that the
"treasury has not been so empty since
the Cleveland administration."

Mver&;--MacKay

Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and ES1B ALI1ERS
Hoe Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
. Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-mers
mers Embal-mers and Fully Guaranteed

PHONES
D. JL McIVER
C V. ROBERTS
Undertaking Office

NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, Florida, intend to apply
to the legislature of -the state of Flor-

j ida, at its regular session in 1915, for

a special legislation authorizing the
re-issue and validation of all outstand outstanding
ing outstanding couniy warrants Jssued by or un under
der under authority of the board of county
commissioners of Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, prior to February 1st, 1915, or
such of said warrants as the said leg legislature
islature legislature may see fit to authorize to be
re-issued and validated; and also pro providing
viding providing for the payment of interest
thereon, and for making the said war warrants
rants warrants payable at fixed periods.
Board County Commissioners, Marion
County, Florida. 1-30

POINTER DOG LOST Answers to

'"the name of "True Boy"; white with
liver colored spots; strayed or stoP

en. Reward for return of dog and
name of thief. George Davis, care
Davies, the Tire Man. 16-tf
FOR SALE Cyphers incubator, por-
table hovers, light buggy and small
plow. Lurvey, at Marsh's market,
phone 108. 16-6t

BEST TREATMENT

' rOR CONSTIPATION

"Mv; daughter used Chamberlain's

Tablets for constiDation with good re

suits and I can recommend them high

ly," writes Paul B. Rabin, Brushly, La.

For sale by all dealers. iS-i-iot

THE WEARY WAY

FOR RENT Six room cottage on
Tuscawilla street between primary
and high schools. Apply to Mrs.
R. D. Fuller. -6-tf

FOR SALE One well broken and
trained Shetland Pony, wagon and
buggy, with harness, cheap for
cash. J. D. Rooney.

FOR SALE Barred Rock and Indian

Runner duck eggs for hatching H.

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

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RECOMMENDS CHAMBER

LAIN'S COUGH REMEDY

AVES DAUGHTER

"I take pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my
customers because I have confidence
in it. I find that thev are pleased

I with it and call for dt when again in

need of such a medicine," writes J. W.

AibiM of Mother no Doubt Pre fenteva,lo P0- FMt by

vents Daughter's Untimely End.

TO THE HOUSEWIFE

Madam, if vour husband is like most

Ppjidv Kv I was not abJe to do mvn'he exnects vou to look after the

finvthinff for nearly six months." writes VtP,1th of vourself and children.

Mrs. Laura tsratcner, mis piace, anu rnup-hs and colds are tne -mosx com

.a a r x 1 iL- 4 t t J

was cown in Deu ior mree monuis. mon of the minor aiimenxs ana are

I cannot tell you how I suffered with most likely to lead to serious diseases.

my head, and with nervousness ana a child is much more liKeiy to con

FOR RENT Well locaced and nicelj

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
strpptcr Possession eiven at once.

Apply to W. E. Davis, at the Mun

roe & Chambliss National Bank. 4-tf

FOR RENT Mv suburban home in

the southwestern part of town

with two acres of eround: rates

able to the rierht narty. C

P. Howell, Ocaia, Fla. 2-5-tf

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Daily Becoming Less Wearisome to

Many in Ocala
Vith a back that aches all day,
With rest disturbed at night,
Annoying uritfary disorders,
'Tis a weary 'way indeed.
Doan's Kidney Pills are especially
or kidney trouble.
Are endorsed by Ocala citizens.
C. C. French, carpenter, 103 W.

Sanchez St., Ocala. says: uoan s

Sidney Pills did me more good than

anything elese I ever used. 1 nao

been having attacks of backache, and

rouble with my kidneys for some
ime. It made me feel miserable and
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run down in health. As soon as j

used Doan's Kidney Pills, a got re

lief and I have relied on the remedy
ever since. I have many times recom

mended Ttoan's Kidney Pills to those
complaining of their kidneys."

Price 50c, at all dealers. Don t

simply ask for a Kidney remeay

get Doan's Kidney Pills the same

that Mr. French had. Foster Mllburn

CO., -Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ad 5.

womanly troubles.
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me, any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me.

At last, my mother advised me to take

tract diphtheria or scarlet fever when

it has a cold. It you wm inquire in w

the merits of the various rememes
that are recommended for coughs and

colds, you will find that Chamberlain's

Uough Kemery stands nign in me es-

is mten

all dealers;

f LACES

3-l-15t

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r...5 wrrkm-ne tAnir I fhonht timation of DeoTJie wtio use It. it is

mMWim ePPmM trt drt mf anv frond. Kut sale to taKe. wmcn are quauues esuc

i ors!r PuPti hnttlpc and now I am able 1 ciallv to be desired when a medicine

tn rfn all nf mv .work and mv own is intended for children, b or sale by

washing. -'' ' .J ; ; ..
1 think Cardui is the best medicine in
the world. My weight has increased,
and I look the picture of health.
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
todav. Delay is dangerous. We know

it'will'helD vou. for it has" ''helped so

mnv thousands of other weak women

in the past u years.
At z drusS'-

' Wfdltina Co.. Ladies'

norr.i

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fa Daily.
ly. Sunday

sines. Lot""1
rate. Pro?nl.
reliable rlce.
Fre tlm4te.
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a4Trtllns lnterast. Reterenoes frm mm

tefted clients. rnuee wi.

MONTGOMERY.

ADVERTISING COHPAEY, EX

FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, al

hoarf anv nuantitv. Georgre "W.

mf mmj

Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf

FOR RENT A five room lower flat;

thoroughly screened and with ev every
ery every modern convenience. Good loca location.
tion. location. Phone 467. 12-6t.

NOTICE
Tye cf?fe anH COUntV taX books

X 1V aa,a,w e
11 nlnea ftrT-A iTlf to tllG 1S1WS OI

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
nav vouf taxes, thus reducing the

possibility of an error to the mim mim-,,rv
,,rv mim-,,rv Tf vnn write us do not be im

patient if our reply seems delayed.
We will answer as fast as we Possi Possibly
bly Possibly can and as near as practical all
lottos irv the order in which they

were received. Yours very truly;

W. L,. t;UL.iSKa,

WANTED Position by competent
bookkeeper. The best of references.
Address, W. B. Dye, 209 Orange av avenue,
enue, avenue, Ocala, Fla. 13-6t

3-4-30d

Tax Collector

RAIN COAT FOUND A child's rain
coat was found and brought to the
Star office. Owner can have same

v,. wrntr rvrrmprtv and DavinsT for

this ad. 15-3t

NOTICE

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

Don't Buy Tires Until it is Necessary
All Tires are Repaired and Guaranteed by Me
(Personally.) This is Not Hot Air

FT VE YEARS E X PE R I E N

TO "T H E

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

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138 IV. Day Sired, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

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Oillsboro Hotel, TALI PA f LA.

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Will vield bis ctods of corn, cane.-cowpeas, v

besides raising Bermuda, Rhodes, Para, Natal and other grasses for ii
these crops available, cattle, sheep and hogs can have green food the y

elvct beans, rafM. j 'ana

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With al

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nf (snorial Legislation

Notice is hereby given that the un

dersigned charter committee appoint appointed
ed appointed bv the citizens of the city of Ocaia

will 'apply to the next session of tne
legislature of Florida to enact a law
authorizing the citizens of the city of
Ocala to adopt by a vote of the regis registered
tered registered voters of said city, a charter for

its own local government.
F. E. Harris,
R. R. Carroll,
George Rentz,
PVtriT-tpr Committee.

AH! THE INVIGORATING

Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of
Lake Okeechohee Are Nov Ready for Cultivation
These lands do not need draining other than small ditches necessary on any farm Make a trip
to Okeechobee on the new division of the Florida East Coast Railway without delay, and sec for
yourself just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now only a trifle over twelve hours
journey from Jacksonville.
Investigate This Wonderful Country While You
Can- Have a Choice of Locations for Your Farm ;
You will find it unexcelled for general farming. livestock and poultry raising and for growing a!!
kinds of vegetables common to Florida as well as the finest citrus fruit, l nis town and country
will grow at an amazing rate .luring the next few years We also have cxcedciit land and town
lots at ChuIuoU and Kenans vilie the former a fine lake section m beimnole County suited to
fruit growing, trucking and general farming, and the latter, a fertile pir.e land country in Osceola
County especially adapted to stock raising, general farming and fruit growing. rile today for
full particulars to
J. E. INGRAHAM, Vice-President
Land and Industrial Department, Florida East Coast Railvaj
Room 200 City Building .ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

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