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OCALA. FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. M ARCH 1,7 1915
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RIIHfE MILLION II IN NORTHERN FRANCE AND BELGIUM
SUCCESS AT NEUVE CHAPPELLE,
HOWEVER, COST HEAVILY II! BOTH OFFICERS ID
In an editorial in yesterday's issue
of the Ocala Star, the editor of that ;
paper, Mr. Benjamin, referred to my!
proposed visit to Tallahassee, in the
interest of certain amendments Xo our
present city charter. I print below
the two proposed amendments and I f
trust that the people will read them i OF APPLICATION TO THE LEG-
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Paris, March 17. Heavy casualties casualties-rmong.
rmong. casualties-rmong. the British officers featured j
the terrific four days' battle at Neuve
Chapelle,, where the Germans were de-j
feated and forced to retreat lour (
miles. It is estimated that the Brit-1
wounded and missing, nmcng them j
ever z.tj omcors.
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England now has the largest army
in France that has ever been placed j EMBARGO ON
upon foreign soil, numbering over a j
million men. Many of the troops are i
not yet on the firing line.
SUBMARINE WAS TOO SLOW
Glasgow, March 17 A German
submarine was sunk in collision today
with the British steamship Apollo off
MORE GERMAN REVERSES
The. Germans have evacuated some
territory between Ypres and Dixmude.
North of the Argonne forest the Ger
mans launched a severe offensive, los
ing heavijy without material result.
SKIPPED OUT TO SEA
London, March 17. A News dis dispatch
patch dispatch today says the German liner
Macedonia, which was interned at Las
Palmas, in the Canary Islands, has
escaped to sea with supplies for Ger German
man German raiders. y
NO ICE CUT BY NEUTRALS
London, March'' 17.-f-Great Britain
will maintain the blockade of German
ports. The protests lodged -with the
Bi itifch government will cause no al alteration
teration alteration of the planV to isolate Ger Germany,
many, Germany, stated a high official today.
BRITISH RENEW BOMBARDMENT
"Athens, March 17. British war warships
ships warships resumed their bombardment of
PING IS COSTING OUR GOV GOVERNMENT
ERNMENT GOVERNMENT $100,000 PER
Washington, March 17. It is esti estimated
mated estimated that the British embargo of
German shipping isi costing the Unit United
ed United States $100,000 a day in customs.
Those close to the administration state
that it is certain the United States
will make a firm protest against the
If there is any objection to these;
two amendments, I certainly hope that j
those objecting will state their reas-
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ons in a uireci communication 10 our
two representatives, Mr,
ISLATURE OF FLORIDA FOR.
THE ENACTMENT OF SPECIAL J
OR LOCAL LEGISLATION.
IMPOSSIBLE FOR GOVfRHLlEIIT TO MUCH L01ER RESTRAIN
'HEREDITARY HATE "OF PEOPLE FOR AUSTRIA
Rome, March 17. A long confer-)
Notice is hereby given that applica-:
jtion will be made to the legislature of Cll was held in the Royal Palace to to-"on"
"on" to-"on" the state of Florid?., at its next ses- dav. Premier Salandra ms rlnnptcA
derson, Lynne, Florida,. and Mr. W. J. j s'on in April, 11)13, for the passage of with the king over an hour. An extra.
urosoy. iura, rioricia. unless me tu ati aumot img me cuy ot jcaia 1t j
L w ;,.s.:to purchase from other party or par-; "mary cabinet meeting is called fo
rr -:rr- - ,ti elect,.;- current or cower for the tomorrow, when every member
tation and state their objections, in u,e f the Eakl citv either for lit- commanded to h r.rr.
! writing, to these gentlemen, I shall ; ing or manufacturing purposes, and1 The German ambassador called at
simply take it as an indication that w ainoute ana sen tne current so the forpifrn nffirp fft-Hav w Wq Kfn
purcnasea ior iignting ana manutac-. "
Marion County Man Will Send Blood Blooded
ed Blooded Cattle to the State Fair
the people of Ocala do not seriously
sentatives. Unless he does do
IN 1 1
BIG FACTORY BURNED
Heavy Loss to Shoe Industry, in New
Derry, N. II., March 17. The
Woodbury shoe factory No. 2 .burn .burned
ed .burned today. The loss is in the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood of $200,000.
JESS WILLAIHV LEAVES JAX
Has a Date to Fight the Big Smoke
Jacksonville, March 1,7. Jess Wil-
lard; aspirant for the heavyweight
championship of the world, left here
yesterday for Key West, whence he
will go by steamer to Havana, where
he meets Jack Johnson, April 4, in a
forty-five round bout for the title. Ac Accompanying
companying Accompanying Willard are his manager,
Tom Jones, and several sparring 'part 'partners.
ners. 'partners. They expect to reach Havana
CARRANZA AND ZAPATA SEEM
TO BE CO-OPERATING
V Mexico City, March 17. Martial
law was proclaimed today. Conven Convention
tion Convention troops are patrolling the city. No
gatherings are permitted. Business
houses areopening, and conditions
generally are rapidly becoming nor normal.
mal. normal. GREASERS SAY THEY WILL BE
.'Washington," March 17. Generals
Zapata and Carranza notified the state
department today that they will fur furnish
nish furnish railway transportation to Amer Americans
icans Americans and other foreigners wishing to
leave Mexico City. They promised
aid in transporting Red Cross supplies
to the capital.
VILLA IS HUNTING
FOR ANOTHER VICTORY
Artist, Writer and Lecturer, is
London, March 17. Walter Crane,
the artist, writer and lecturer, is dead
here. He was born at Liverpool in
1845. He was" well-known as an illus
trator of children's books.
Washington, March 17. General
Villa's campaign against Tampico is
now actually under way, according to
advices to his Washington agency. It
is announced that General Villa per
sonally is leading a large column of
(Jacksonville Metropolis, 16th)
Comes Z. C Chambliss of Ocala,
with a letter to George Mason declar declaring
ing declaring that he will sell state fair but buttons
tons buttons and. in the name of the Ameri
can Breeders' Association, challeng-! will think he was joking.
ing competition on his carload of Ma Marion
rion Marion county raised shorthorns at the
coming fair. He also contemplates j
having the Marion County Board of j II I
Trade challenge other counties in TT f
competitions of fat steers and hogs I
of all breeds and ages. He declares
that at a recent meeting of the State
Live Stock Association, Hereford and
Polled Angus beef cattle were pro pronounced
nounced pronounced the best breeds to grade up
rlonda scrub cattle. jBUT
One of Mr. Chambliss' letters reads:
Ocala, Fla., March 15th, 1915.
Mr. George H. Mason, Jacksonville.
First: Will sell fair buttons. Send I
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oojccx lo.me araenuiuwusi a piopos,-; Also for the ra,c of nn It is rPnnrtpH thnf rH;e
ed. ; thorizing and requiring the city coun- ; reached. The belief is general that
The Star editor claims to have talk- j cil of Ocala to submit to the registered Tfslv .ni tho nii;oe wiv,; n
ed to at least one hundred people, inters of said city any application i''11 J01n the a,hes Wlthln a fort"
ui. j!.!. a 4. which may be made to said city, or its r,1Sni
who have stated that they do not ap- ; council for a frnnchise. whenever a i
prove of these amendments.- He petition or application, signed by;
should get busy at once and furnish twenty per cent of such registered I TrODI DI C TIIHI
this list of citizens to our two repre-j yotf,rs of th?. cit. shall be presented I 1 I If 11 1 II I I I I 1 1
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" to the council. Dravinc that the niips.!
I,u I tinn nf o-rsintince cnVi -f r-cirliic, cVmtl
am satisfied that the representatives I be submitted to and passed upon bv
j uie icgibiereu voters ox me saiu City,
R. C. CAMP.
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HEWED FE REPULSED FRENCH
GERMANS LOSE GROUND)
STEADILY IN FRANCE
ON ALL SIDES GERMANS MAKE
HEAD AGAINST THEIR
I will 'help George do Paris, March 17. The Germans! Berlin, March 17 After three days'
have resumed the bombardment of j battle the Germans. captured- Cliff,
Soisscns and Rheims. The Belgians I northwest of Arras, and repulsed the
have" -made new. progress along .the j French at Vauquois and northwest of
Yser and the British repulsed the Ger- i Pont-a-Mousson.
In the name of the Amer
ican Shorthorn Breeders' Association, j man attack cn the heights of Notre j Germans have repulsed a Russian
I hereby challenge all breeders of
Hereford and Polled Angus beef cat cattle
tle cattle to meet my carload of Marion
county raised shorthorns at the com coming
ing coming state fair with their best carload
of steers' (12 or more), Florida bred,
raised and fed.,
Third: I will get the Marion coun county
ty county Board of Trade to challenge other
counties to make county competitions
of fat steers and hogs, of all breeds
and ages. Yours very truly,
Z. C. Chambliss.
Dame Lorette. The French captured j Hanking movement near Tauroggen,
500 yards cn the right wing in the j Poland, and checked the Russians be be-Champagne
Champagne be-Champagne district.' The German at- tween the Qrzyo and Szckw rivers,
tacks in the Argonne were repulsed, j .. .-v.
rrencn aviators DornDarcicd tne lor- t iMinvrT7Af wtg iiTTtVi
tificatiens of Colmar.
THE FIRE THIS AFTERNOON
SHERIFFS III SESSION
Severe Loss by Fire in Business Quar Quarter
ter Quarter of an Illinois City
Champaign, Ills., March 17. The
Morrissy and Price buildings, with
many smaller business houses, were
burned today. Loss, $300,000.
About half the Florida sheriffs re responded
sponded responded to the .call for a meeting in
this city today of the Florida Sheriff's
Association. The meeting was called
to order at 11 o'clock in the circuit
court room at the courthouse, with
PresidentW. H. Dowling of Duval
county in the chair.
Roll call was ordered, after which
troops from Monterey eastward toHo, T- t tt
K rp Secretary J. P. S. Houston of. Leon
meeting held in Jacksonville during
January. They were approved as read.
A number of letters and telegrams
from the absent members were read
before the meeting, each expressing
their regrets at not being in a posi position
tion position to attend the session.
"President Dowling called the atten attention
tion attention of the members to the fact that
there had never been anything done
toward making the organization a
An alarm of fire came in about 2
o'clock this afternoon from the third
ward. The firemen turned out and
j found the fire to be .in a two-story
I frame house at the corner of South
8th and Main streets, occupied by a
colored woman by the name of Pearl
Norwood, who was sick in bed. The
house, is owned by Dr. Lee Hampton,
also colored, and is insured. The roof
was practically burned off before the
firemen arrived, the place having been
all ablaze before it was discovered.
The firemen soon put out the fire, but
the upper story and roof will have to
be rebuilt. The" had to lay 1500 feet
of hose and had an hour's hard work.
Part of the furniture in the second
story was burned and that in the
lower story was damaged somewhat
SAYS HIS GUNS ARE TOO MANY
FOR THE ALLIED SHIPS'
Constantinople, March 17. The op operations
erations operations of the allied fleet recently in
the Dardanelles is limited to demon demonstrations.
strations. demonstrations. The panic reports are de denied,
nied, denied, in an official statement. It was
unofficially reported last night that
the British cruiser Amethyst penetrat penetrated
ed penetrated the Dardanelles narrows Monday,
but was compelled to retire under the
heavy Turkish fire.
FIGHTING GOES FIERCELY ON
AROUND THE BELEAGUER BELEAGUERED
ED BELEAGUERED FORTRESS,
Petrograd, March 17. Three des desperate
perate desperate sorties by the Austrians from
the fortress of Przemysl in the last
two days were repulsed by the Rus Russians,
sians, Russians, who are pressing closer on the
besieged stronghold. The situation
inside is critical. Its fall is expected
shortly. With the fall of Przemysl,
the Russians will advance on Krakow.
The Russians have made slight slight-gains
gains slight-gains at Przasnysz, at a severe cost.
O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY
The interior of the O. K. Teapot
Grocery is being, ceiled overhead with
beaded yellow pine, which will be
quite an improvement for this pop popular
ular popular store.
TYPEWRITER I OR EXCHANGE
WANT TO VOTE
Chicago, March 17. The total of
registered voters in Chicago today
is 789,041 of which 286,624 are women.
(Concluded on Page Four)
I have a new typewriter that I will
exchange for a pony horse.s D. N.
Mathews, Ocala, Fla. lG-3t
The most complete line of high
grade toile articles in Ocala may be
found at om store reasonable prices
prevail too. The Court Pharmacy. 6t
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners ot Ma Marion
rion Marion county, Florida, intend to apply
to the legislature of the state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, at its regular session in 1915, for
a special legislation, authorizing the
re-issue and validation of alk outstand outstanding
ing outstanding county warrants issued by or un under
der under authority of the board of county
commissioners of Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, prior to February 1st, 1015, or
such of said warrants as the said leg legislature
islature legislature may see 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 payable at fixed periods.
Board County Commissioners, Marion
County, Florida. 1-30
AMERICA!! SHIP ASHORE
BALM AHA -WAS ON THE WAY
v : FROM NEW YORlv TO
Berlin, March 17. The United
States bark Pass Balmaha w-as,vreck-j
ed near Stylt Island, in the North Sea.
She was from New York for Bremen
with a cargo of cotton.
ADMIRALTY ADMITS KAISER'S
SUBS HAVE SCORED AGAIN
, London, March 17. The British ad admiralty
miralty admiralty today announced the sinking
of the steamships Atlanta and Fincal,
by German submarines.
SnOW FLORIDA TO MILLIONS
caids at The Murray
Try these delicious hot end cold
drinks serveu at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 17-6t
Electra. March 15. Mrs. R. A.-Hal
ford and J. H. Halford and Miss Mae
Halford and Howard Sellers spent
Sunday with Mrs. Ella Sellers.
Mr. G. W. Brant Jr., was visiting
friends here Sunday afternoon.
Misses Annie Marsh and Francis
Marsh spent Sunday at Moss Bluff.
Mr. Andrew Holton went to the
Brick City last week.
Mr. Willie Halford has been with
his sister, Mrs. H. M. Sellers, for
the week end.
There was a surprise sing at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Marsh
Master L. A. Halford spent a day
with his friend; Mr. C. W. Caldwell
There was a crowd of young people
driving around the other afternoon,
but found nobody at home.
Mr. L. D. Marsh has his boat the
Fiancis Anne, ready for work. Mr.
Marsh son of Thomas Marsh, carried
a load of freight from the Muck Muck-land
land Muck-land Farm to Silver Springs Saturday.
Spring is here and the fish are bit biting
ing biting fine.
Smoke Cuban Out 5c Cigar.
, To Ming a section of Florida and
her floral charms to New Yoik is
the object of a unique exposition to
b2 held in New York from December
4th to 11th, under the auspices of the
Florida Travel Company, 439-5th Ave.,
in cooperation with railroads, steam steamship
ship steamship companies and the Hotel and
Fruit Growers Associations of this
New Yorker? have their flower and
land shows, which they patronize free
ly, but they have never yet had eh
opportunity to see the products of
semi-tropical Florida growing as they
do in their native. environment. 'Hence
it will be a complete novelty for them
to see orange groves in fruit, and
this fact alone will insure a 'liberal
Of course, the exhibition will not be
devoted wholly to the agricultural and
horticultural resources of Florida. It
will reveal to the visitor the varied
delights of the state as a place for
rest, and recreation, and it will no
doubt be the means of luring to Flori Florida
da Florida a host of tourists who are now
seeking new playgrounds.
It should be borne in mind that
New York is the starting point for
the great bulk of American travel travelers..
ers.. travelers.. In winter especially the popu population
lation population of the metropolises agument agument-cd
cd agument-cd oy thousands of wealthy people
from the Newv England states and
the Middle West,- and most of these
can be reached through the medium
of the Florida show.
All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf.
CUTTING OFF COMMUNICATIONS
Italian Government Interrupts Mail
and Telegraph Service with
-eh 17. the Italian Min Min-!d
!d Min-!d Telegraphs has is is-Hng
Hng is-Hng the exchange
,-- ws"ntr the
'" with Aus-
(Ices on train
s bound for the Austrian
When you think candy, say Nun-
niiv. and when you say Nunnally
come to Gerig's.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf.
People who trade with the Rexall
stores get best quality in everything.
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean. tf.
Havero-choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" cr PabstV--Blue Ribbon on
draft, at Jwnnny's. 6-tf
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
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OME in and see our striking line of snappy, up-to-date Spring and Sum Summer
mer Summer 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 M ills' method of doing business. Its
the method that guarantees the utmost clothes value for your money.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17,
OCALA EVENING STAR
. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
ti. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocra. Fla., postoffice
One year, m advance. .... $5.00
Six moDths, In advance 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
On month, In advance
; Austria is the goat of Prussian mil military
itary military ambition.
There is plenty of work in this j
world, but a great scarcity of easy
Lack of money and fear of the pen penitentiary
itentiary penitentiary are great helps in keeping
some men in the ranks of good citi
Jack Johnson and Jess Willard will
fight in Havana April 4, and the Star
is free to admit that it hopes the
coon will win.
The- allies count on taking Con Constantinople
stantinople Constantinople by Easter Sunday. They
will have to do some hard fighting be between
tween between now and then.
One thing is certain about the Eitel
Freiderich, and that is if there is an
American citizen detained against his 1
-will among its crew, he should be re
stored to his liberty at once.
Its a good joke on our usually well well-informed
informed well-informed contemporary, the Columbia
State, that it didn't Tcnow who the
William P. Frye was named after. Its
also a joke on William, but he will
never hear of it.
It is not out of place to remind op opponents
ponents opponents of government ownership of
railroads that the state of Georgia
built the Western & Atlantic three three-quarters
quarters three-quarters of a century ago, and has
made money out of it ever since.
The Star is glad to see that the
Zolfo Springs Truth; which was burn burned
ed burned out several months ago, has come
to life again. It is a first-class paper,
and we are glad to renew acquaint acquaintance
ance acquaintance with its newsy and well-printed
When the captain of the Eitel Fried Fried-erich,
erich, Fried-erich, after sinking an American ship
on the high seas, sailed his vessel
into an American port, he. showed
great confidence in the charity and
forbearance of the American nation.
There is not much chance that he will
find his trust has been displaced.
Vice President Marshall doesn't
want the United States to interfere
in Mexico because it might cause
South American nations to distrust
us. The Star would rather every
greaser ; between the Rio Grande and
Cape Horn distrusted the United
States than that one American citi citizen
zen citizen should look in vain to his country
or help, when he needed it
The Miami Herald wails that the
money used on the battleship Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania would build a good road from
New York to Miami. Yes, and if it
wasn't for the occasional building and
launchingj-of a Pennsylvania, Ameri American
can American roads would be principally for the
benefit of lordly foreigners, while the
native peons would stand out in the
fields and watch their masters go by.
Judging by what he had heard in
the last forty years, the editor of the
Star had come to believe that the Am American
erican American merchant marine in" quantity
somewhat resembled the little end of
nothing whittled down to a point.
Judging by what he sees since Great
Britain began to interfere with neu neutral
tral neutral shipping, the American flags
must be as numerous on the seven
seas as the stars are in the heavens.
One lives to learn.
The British consider the battle of
Neuve Chapelle, in which they gained
a distinct success over the Germans,
as the initial move of the spring cam campaign
paign campaign in which they expect to drive
the Germans out of Flanders. It is
evident that the British are putting a
powerful army in the field, but they
are all new troops, and how they will
count at the first against the German
veterans remains to be seen. It will
not take many days of fighting, how however,
ever, however, to make veterans out of green
The Dresden was sunk near Robin Robinson
son Robinson Crusoe's island (Juan Fernandez)
off the coast of Chili. She was over overtaken
taken overtaken by the Glasgow, which had al already
ready already opposed her nT two fights, and
two. other cruisers. The Dresden,
which had been constantly at sea since
last August, was in no condition for
fighting a superior force, and after
five minutes' action hauled down her
colors. She was then on fire, and her
captors had barely time to save her
crew. Nine of the Dresden's men
were killed- and fifteen wounded.
While this cruiser had not had as
spectacular a career as her sisjfcer ship,
the Emden, she had done more hard
fighting and was as ably handled as
any ship could be. Since the battle of
the Falklands, the Dresden has been
dodging among the maze of islands
as second class matter.
One year- in advance.
Six months, In advance. .
Three months, in advance,
One month, in advance. .
along the far South American coast.
In that time she sunk one British mer merchantman
chantman merchantman and probably obtained some
supplies from the Chileans, who are
quite pro-German in their sentiments.
In regard to Mr. R. C. Camp's
proposition, on the first page, that
the editor of the Star send to the
Marion county representatives a list
of a hundred citizens who do not ap approve
prove approve of Mr. Camp amending our
city charter, the Star will say that it
can simplify the matter by sending to
the said representatives its subscrip subscription
tion subscription list, which is a hundred and six
other hundreds. There will be excep exceptions,
tions, exceptions, of course, but only enough to
prove the rule. Mr. Camp, as a citi citizen
zen citizen of Ocala, and a useful citizen with
large interests, has a right to have a
voice in framing a new charter. But
the people object to his taking entire
charge of the job. Mr. Camp need
not worry. There will be plenty of
Ocala people heard from in Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee. It is believed by many -that the
main attack on the Germans in the
west will not be made in either Fland Flanders
ers Flanders or Northern France, but thru
Alsace. While the British and Bel Belgians
gians Belgians keep up the fight in Belgium,
and large French forces press heavily
on the Germans from the British
right wing to the Vosges, a mighty
army will try to break thru some somewhere
where somewhere near Strasburg and push its
way down the Rhine. With all their
successes, real and fancied, in the
east, the Germans are simply wear wearing
ing wearing out their strength against the
Russians, who are holding them right
where they were last September. One
thing is certain, and that is that in
the next few months the world is go going
ing going to see some fighting compared
with which what has gone before will
be only skirmishes.
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The Tampa Tribune asks:
can make a rhyme with Teuton as the ;
Reminding the Tribune that Lord
Kitchener said the war would not
really begin until next May, here she
When May brings the real big shoot
Kaiser Bill, the rip-roaring Teuton,
Vill be kicked out of France,
Without question or chance,
By big Johnny Bull with his boot on.
The above is an editorial because it
expresses our real opinion of what
will happen; that it is doggerel is self self-evident;
evident; self-evident; that it is rhyme, we think the
Tribune will admit; that it is a lim limerick
erick limerick can be ascertained by compar comparing
ing comparing it with the famous one on "The
Pelican," though we don't pretend to
claim that it is by any means so
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Ocala, Fla., March 2, 1915.
The Board of Public Instruction in
and for Marion county, Florida, met
in regular session with G. S. Scott,
chairman, and B. R. Blitch, member;
present and acting and Supt. J. IL
Brinson, secretary, and member J. S.
Mr. C. L. Strickland, one of the
trustees, of the Heidtville school, call called
ed called and made request that a duplicate
warrant on the Heidtville district be
issued for No. 118 for $14.99, which
was supposed to have been destroyed
in the burning of the postoffice at
Dunnellon. It was ordered that a list
be prepared of these so far as possi possible
ble possible and that duplicates be issued and
due notice be given the banks to de decline
cline decline to pay the originals and that
of the originals as precaution against
their being overlooked in their being
paid and cancelled.
Mr. R. L. Anderson called as attor attorney
ney attorney for M. L. Payne, trustee, in the
matter of redeeming warrants No.
12572 for $1900, No. 11973 for $2900,
No. B132, for $3000, No. B729 for
$200 and No. B201 for $400, total
$8400. It was agreed that these war warrants
rants warrants should be retired by the pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds of the funding-warrants issued
by the board to Farson & Co., of
Chicago, and that a loan should be
effected of the same amount to be
represented in coupon warrant with
interest coupons at the rate of seven
per. cent, per annum payable quarter quarterly
ly quarterly attached. It was agreed to draw
a warrant for $98 for interest to
March 1. The warrant was to run for
five years and the following certifi certificate
cate certificate was ordered attached to the war warrant:
rant: warrant: State of Florida, County of
Marion.' We do hereby certify that
the warrant to which this certificate
is attached, being in the sum of Eight
Thousand Four Hundred ($8400) Dol Dollars
lars Dollars and of even date herewith, pay payable
able payable to M. L. Payne, trustee, and due
five years from date is for money
loaned to the county school board of
said county for the payment of school
warrants outstanding and for the pur purpose
pose purpose of paying the legitimate expen expenses
ses expenses of operating the schools of Marion
county;' March 1, 1915.
Mr. W. V. Henry, contractor on the
new building at Citra, called and pre presented
sented presented estimate from architect for
$2500 as payment due and a warrant
for this amount was issued.
Mr. Nisle, proprietor of the Advo Advocate
cate Advocate from Dunnellon, called and asked
that the Marion Advocate be used as
well as the Ocala papers for adver advertising
tising advertising the minutes. Action on the mat matter
ter matter was passed for future action.
At this time the minutes of the pre previous
vious previous meeting were read and adopted.
Mr. G. W. Neville, of Dunnellon call called
ed called and made request for duplicates
to be issued for a number of warrants
that were destroyed by fire in the
burning of the Dunnellon postoffice.
Mr. J. T. Hutchins of the Romeo
school "called and made request that
their school be continued by Miss-Don-nie
Proctor. The school had been dis discontinued
continued discontinued for lack of attendance but
he reported that there were a num number
ber number of pupils more to attend and it
was agreed to by the board.
Mr. J. L. D. Hudgens called and re requested
quested requested the board to pay him $15 in
addition to that paid at the former
meeting of the board. It was agreed
to make positive request of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Fellowship school to make
a definite recommerfdation as to
whether they would advise the pay payment
ment payment of the extra $15 or not.
The board agreed by resolution to
make a borrow of M. L. Payne, trus trustee,
tee, trustee, $8400, of S. H. Blitch, $7500, of
Mrs. E. J. Cardy, $1400, and issue in interest
terest interest bearing coupon time warrants
for same. These warrants were to re redeem
deem redeem outstanding warrants made in
the regular course of business for
J. L. Wiley, principal of Fessenden
Academy, called and invited the board
as a body to inspect the institution
at the time of the next meeting, which
was agreed upon.
The board adjourned for noon.
Tuesday Afternoon Session
The board met with all members
present and acting. Mr. J. S. Gran Grantham
tham Grantham having arrived.
The matter of introducing music in into
to into all the schools of the county was
discussed but no action taken.
Notice was presented from the state
superintendent of the apportionment
to Marion county of $2538 as her share
of the state school fund interest.
A program of the fourth annual
meeting of the canning club agents at
Tallahassee was presented and filed
Also the Housekeeper's short course
in Home Economics at Tallahassee at
the Florida College from Feb. 23 to
Capt. H. W. Henry of Oklawaha
called and made request for the issu issuance
ance issuance of a duplicate warant for S8.G0
for one that had not been received.
A request was presented from B. F.
Smith for the purchase of the inter interest
est interest of the county board in the Eaton
Creek school house. It was agreed
to leave the matter for the superin superintendent
tendent superintendent to adjust.
A request for information from one
of the schools of the county was made
with reference to graduation of pupils
from the tenth grade. It was ordered
that the regulations of the state sup superintendent
erintendent superintendent be followed.
A petition was presented signed by
a large number of the patrons of the
Shady school making request that
there should be preaching services al allowed
lowed allowed in the school house. It was un understood
derstood understood that the supervisor objected
to this use of the house and it was
agreed to make request of him that
at the next
meeting of the board.
A petition was presented signed
by not less than 25 Tc of the qualified
votres in 'the Buck Pond district and
the territory to be affected asking
that an election be called to determine
whether the boundaries of the dis district
trict district should remain as at present or
shall be changed to be as follows:
Beginning at the r.e corner of 2-15-18,
running thence west to the
nw corner of 6-15-1 S. thence south
to the sw corner of 31-15-13, thence
east along township line to the se cor corner
ner corner of 32-15-19, thence north to ne
: corner of 2-15-1S, the point of begin-
ing. it was oruereci to be duly adver advertised
tised advertised for holding the election.
The Board adjourned for the day.
"Wednesday Morning Session
The board met with all present and
Messrs. W. T. Gary and J. Camp,
trustees of the Ocala schools, called
and presented a contract prepared
school board should furnish pipe for
gas to be gotten to the Ocala High
school building for use of the domestic domestic-science
science domestic-science department. It was provided
that the school should have the use
charge and of gas for class cooking
purposes free of charge and that the
pipe should be gradually paid for.
After discussion the contract was
agreed to. by the board.
Mr. O'Del called to discuss final set settlement
tlement settlement on the amounts due on the
construction of the Ocala Primary and
North Ocala buildings.
The matter of the compromise set settlement
tlement settlement by Mr. Geo. MacKay for
plans drawn and not used by Citra
and Ocala it was agreed to leave for
him and the trustees to consult and
see if a basis of settlement satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory to both parties could be arriv arrived
ed arrived at.
Levi Alexander called and submit submit-ed
ed submit-ed a proposition for the doing of cer certain
tain certain worfc on the- old Howard Academy
It was agreed to furnish paint ma materials
terials materials for painting the Wacula school
- It coming to the attention of the
board that there had been a num-
1 I V
ber ot trespasses on scnool proper
he state his objections
by an attorney to be entered into be- j l0T dinerer.ee on supmie lor domestic
tween the eountv school board and science department, $ 12.24; J. H. Brin Brin-ih
ih Brin-ih nin r.QQ rn w nhir-h tfc ?on for salary for February, &lo0;
wav of breaking into build-J J.onds; me for advertising petj petj-icing
icing petj-icing property, writing ob- on for P.llmS ,an, election S6.7o;
, tt. vina. Commercial Bank for .interest, $1.12;
ty in the
jectionable matter and making objec
tionable drawings, the board expressed
its condemnation of all "such and re resolved
solved resolved to offer a reward of $25 for
evidence to convict any such trespass trespassers
ers trespassers in the courts.
Mr. Crosby and Mr. Wartmann, of
Citra called with Mr. Young, the sub subcontractor
contractor subcontractor on the new building for
the plumbing, and the quality of the
toilets was discussed. It was decid decided
ed decided to leave the matter of changes in
the specifications of the toilets and
additional expenses to the trustees.
The board adjourned for noon.
Wednesday Afternoon Session
It being mentioned that the pres present
ent present adoption of county text books
would expire with the present school
term and that "the present state adop adoption
tion adoption would expire next summer, it
was agreed that the county would ask
the legislature to pass an act of re relief
lief relief for the present year and allow
the present adoption to be used until
the next state adoption. This being
in the nature of special legislation it
was ordered that intention to apply
for this legislation be duly adver advertised.
tised. advertised. Mr. O'Dell and the trustees of the
Ocala schools called and not being
able to agree upon a basis of settle settlement
ment settlement for the amount remaining due
him it was agreed by both parties to
settle by arbitration as provided for
in the contract.
- The following accounts were order ordered
ed ordered paid from county funds:
W. V. Henry for estimate on Citra
building, $25; J. P. Schuster, for mak making
ing making blackboards. $20; B. R. Blitch, for
service on board, $11.20; J. S. Gran Grantham,
tham, Grantham, for same, $11.80; G. S. Scott,
for same $8; S. H. Blitch, for inter interest
est interest on warrant No. 11G12 and B739
for which coupon warrants were is issued
sued issued from March 1, $77.17; John M.
Graham, for treasurer's commission,
$319.60; Ocala Star, for advertising
minutes, $3.50; Collier Bros., for bea beaver
ver beaver board for blackboard, S60; E. E.
Converse, for lumber for Blaze Pond
school, $8.05; same for Howard Aca Academy,
demy, Academy, $12.20; same for Howard Aca Academy
demy Academy $19.25; Commercial Bank for
interest on county warrants, $48;
same for interest bill for November
30, $88p Ocala Banner for advertising
dormitory, $5.40; same for minutes
$2.50; Murray for office pencils $.50;
J. H. Brinson, for postage and inci incidentals,
dentals, incidentals, $9.90; Munroe & Chambliss
National Bank, for interest on war warrant,
rant, warrant, $10.25; Martel Lumber Co., for
lumber for Sulphur Springs school,
$3.42; same for Hog Pond school,
('Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
To Admire Babies
Our altrustic nature impel.? love for the
cooing infant. And at the Fame time
the subject oi
motherhood is ever
before us. To know
vhat to io that will
add to the physical
comfort of expectant
nvitherhood is. a sub sub-jo
jo sub-jo rt that has inter interested
ested interested most women of
all times. One of
the real helpful
things i an external
abdominal application sold in most
drug- stores under the name of "Mother's
Friend." We have knorn so many grand grandmothers,
mothers, grandmothers, who in their younger days
relied upon this remedy, and who recom recommend
mend recommend it to their own daughters that It
certainly must be what it urno Indi Indicates.
cates. Indicates. They have u-:l it for its direct
influence upon the rr.i:c!es. cord., liga ligaments
ments ligaments and tendons as it aims to afford
relief from the strain ar-1 yain so often
unnecessarily severe during the period of
A little hook mailed 1 Bradneld Regu Regulator
lator Regulator Co.. C"j Lamar lillg., Atlanta. Ga.,
refers to many things thit women likt to
read about. It refers not cnl;r to the
relief from muscle strain due to their
expansion but also to nausea., morn in?
sicknei. caking of breasts and, rnany
$2.50; Ocala Lumber & Supply Co., for j
lumber for Howard Academy, $1.40; J
work, ?3.S0; Mclver & MacKay for
painting material for Keystone $17.15;
como fmr rails f nr P.!n7f PflTlfi crhfifl.
$.05; Esther Williams, for traveling i
expenses $3.30: Western Union Tele-!:'
graph, for service, $.65; Gordon Scott,
for insurance. $308.75 and for ex express,
press, express, $.65; F. W. Ditto, for insur insurance,
ance, insurance, $93.90; G. W. Neville for haul hauling
ing hauling and cleaning around building at
Dunnellon, $5; Marion Hardware Co.,
for pipe for gas to the Ocala High
school for domestic science depart department.
ment. department. $148.07, same for varnish brush
for Grahamville school. S.05; Ocala
Seed Store, for nails for Blaze Pond
school. $3.00; same for stove leg for
Shady school, $.50; Theus-Zachry Co.,
for two rugs for office. $7; Hocker &
Martin for retainer fee for year to
Feb. 1915, $100; Commercial Bank,
expenses in collection of funding war-
I rants $4.65; Munice Normal Institute
Pasteur & Johnson for repair mater materials
ials materials for Anthony, $0.30; Mrs. Carolyn
Moorehead. for salarv as canning club
agent. $37.50; Mrs. Elizabeth Thoma7
for office help, $10.50; M. L. Payne,
trustee, for interest on sundry war warrant
rant warrant to March 1, $98; for Teachers
The following accounts were order-
; ed paid from district funds: on Ocala,
v T. Gary, for expenses for two
months $300; Commercial Bank for
interest on va rants, $2.25; on Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, E. H. Miller for salarv. $15: on
Belleview, A. B. Connor, for salary
$10: on Dunnellon Milton-Bradley
Co., for material for primary depart department.
ment. department. G. W. Neville for janitor, $15
and for sundry items of expense,
$10.50; Cleve Spence for labor, $2; J.
O. Edson, for installing hydrant in
yard, $6; on Reddick, Cora Simmons
for salary. $10; Commercial Bank for
interest, 68c; on Pine Level, J. T.
Ross, for glass for windows, $2.25; E.
L. Redding, for boarding teacher, $5;
Rae Folks for salary, $20; on Weirs Weirs-dale,
dale, Weirs-dale, Cora Murray for teaching, $20;
Addie B. Ward, for teaching, -$5; G.
P. Rast. for wood and chalk, $2.70; on
Citra. H. A. Thalimer for teaching,
$25; Ocala Star, for notice to validate
Ocala Banner, for notice of election,
S6.75; on Griner Farm. Commercial
Bank for interest, $1.14; on Buck
Pond. H. P. Chambers for teaching,
$50; The Murray Co. for incidentals,
$5.21; on Candler, J. N. Marshall for
sundry expenses, 9.00; Mclver and
MacKay, for sundry incidentals, $4.85;
on Electra, Mary McKim, for teach teaching1,
ing1, teaching1, S5: on Blitchton. Emma Ekloff
for teaching, $15; on Fort King, Janie
Mae Perry for teaching, $15; The
Murray Co.. for incidentals. 95c; on
Capulet, J. L. .Tons for teaching, $15;
oh Linadale, Mitchell Rigdon, labor
and erasers, $3.35: on Cotton Plant,
G. Fred Turner for teaching $15;
The Murray Co. for incidentals. $3.35;
on Oronsre Lake, Amanda Wainright
for teaching $10; Mclver & MacKav,
for door mats. $2.25; on Oak Hill,
Mellie Tomberlin for teaching, $10;
on Fairfield, W. L. Carter for teach teaching,
ing, teaching, $15: Commercial Bank for inter interest,
est, interest, $1.08; on Charter Oak, Gertrude
Snow for teaching, $10; on Kendrick,
Mary Hamilton for teaching, $15; on
Martel, J. L. Smith for incidentals,
S1.85; on Heidtville, W. T. Strickland,
for oreran, $30: Olive Jones for teach teaching.
ing. teaching. $10; on Pleasant Hill, Floy Mc Mc-Cully,
Cully, Mc-Cully, for teaching, $15; on Anthony,
A. J. Nystrom, for second installment
on apparatus, $32.75; on Summerfield,
Nellie Clyburn. $15; Commercial Bank
for interest, 71c; John T. Hough for
building shelves and hat rack, 5; on
Shiloh, Abbie Stokes for teaching,
$10; on Homeland, E. J. Davenport
for teaching, $15; The. Murray Co.,
for incidentals, 60c; on Lowell, Tay Taylor
lor Taylor Printing Co., for printing bound boundary
ary boundary descriptions, 75c; and same for
The treasurer's report was present presented
ed presented and checked over and found to be
apparently correct. It showed bal balance
ance balance from county funds from last
month, 8c; received from W. L. Col Colbert
bert Colbert for taxes for 1914 levy, $886.96;
polls, regular, $137, extra, $16; col collections,
lections, collections, $1290.32; W. V. Knott, comp comptroller,
troller, comptroller, apportionment of state school
fund, $2538; tax redemptions for Oc October,
tober, October, 1914, $14.72; J. H. Brinson for
sale of Homeland school house, $10;
total, 1 $4893.08. Disbursements, $4, $4,-800;
800; $4,-800; balance on hand, $93.08. Balance
of borrowed funds on hand Feb. 1,
$371.75; loan from R. A. Carlton,
$1600; proceeds of sale of funding
warrants, $13,650; total receipts, $15, $15,-621.75;
621.75; $15,-621.75; total disbursed, $6578,12; bal balance
ance balance on hand March 1, $9043.63. For
sinking fund and interest on district
bonds the following balances were
shown: For Ocala, $107.66; Dunnel Dunnellon,
lon, Dunnellon, $96.74; Citra, $76.17.
The following balances for the sev several
eral several districts were shown: Ocala,
$15.40; Mcintosh, $14.50; Belleview,
$209.20; Fantville, $16.26; Dunnellon,
$27.09; Reddick, 78c; Pine Level,
$177.65; Mayville, $56.17; Weirsdale,
$663.17; Citra, $1.13; Griner Farm,
$4.31; Buck Pond, $129.59; Sparr,
$7.23; Candler, $426.29; Fellowship,
$9.36; Electra, $30.07; Blitchton,
$89.06; Martel, $258.98; Fort King,
$40.73; Capulet, $266.17; Linadale,
$130.15; Cotton Plant, $245.60; Or Orange
ange Orange Lake. S182.88; Oak Hill, $15.91;
Moss Bluff, $26.16; Fairfield, 73c;
Cottage Hill, $13.03; Charter Oak,
$323.70; Pedro, $66.54; Kendrick,
$37.25; Oklawaha, $118.18; Heidtville,
$321.50; Pleasant Hill, $87.30; Fort
McCoy, $205.37; Anthony, $102.70;
Summerfield, $5.99; Homeland, $4.65;
Shiloh, $6.67; total, $4337.52.
No further business appearing the
board adjourned to meet in regular
session on April 6, 1915.
J. H. Brinson, Secretary.
To the Citizens of Marion Cou.ty:
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 o.nce. We ask one
and all to help us.
The Afro-American Hospital.
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years, and it affords me pleasure to
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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 10C)
E. T. HELVENSTON has decided to turn "Dol "Dollar
lar "Dollar Day" into a
and his counters will be filled with GREAT
BARGAINS at various prices until the
will take place in rooms above his store
THURSDAY .and -FI
MARCH 18 and 19
IT WILL PAY YOU TO TAKE
ADVANTAGE OF THIS
Mr. F. J. Huber arrived yesterday
from Bronson and joined his vife at
the home of Mr. Cl N. Schlemmer. Mr.
and Mrs. Huber Have many friends in
Ocala who are always glad to welcome
Mrs. L. W. Deal of Gainesville, Ga.,
by his public career.
He is a pleasing and interesting
speaker and held the full attention of
his audience for two hours. He be believes
lieves believes America is the first nation of
the. earth, that it snould be a strictly t match the whiteness of the table cloth
(Mrs. L. II. Van Engelken, Editor)
The Strange Story of White Bread
Nearly one hundred years ago an ;
epicurean faddist of London, Hugo
Paddington, decided to have a novel -dinner.
White was the fashionable
color scheme then, so everything was
to be quite different from the natural
hue, with a leaning towards white. To
sober nation, and one that while peace peaceful
ful peaceful should always be ready to repel
is expected in the city this afternoon foreign aggression. His sentiments
to spend, a few days with her aunt, ; can be heartily endorsed by every
Mrs. J. i?Dunn. Mrs. Deal will then good citizen.
go to Stt Petersburg, where she will
make her home with her parents, Mr. ;
and Mrs. C. P. Moore.
(Concluded on Page Four)
Mr. C. M. Chandlier of Savannah is ;
ill at the Harrington. Mr. and Mrs.; The ladies of the Christian church
Chandelier arrived Sunday and ex- j will serve a St. Patrick's Cafeteria
pected to leave for home yesterday, j supper this, Wednesday evening, Mch.
but will be detained here until tomor- j 17th, from C to 0:20 o'clock at the ar
mory. A liberal patronage is solicit solicited
ed solicited and visitors in the city are espe-
row and probably Friday.
Miss Hannay tiiis is enjoying a cially invited and will be welcome,
visit to friends at AltamontS Springs. The menu will include: Boiled ham,
" "X S turkey and dressing, potato salad, j
Mrs. Fred fHardee arrived today lfruit salad' potato chips, baked beans,
from Bainbridge, Ga., and will be the
guest of MrsCS-Fr Hollinrake for a
brown and white home-made bread,
pickles, cake, ice cream, coffee, tea,
e of weeks.
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The sessions of the Chautauqua are ;
proving more interesting day by day!
and the artists are being greeted by!
enthusiastic and large audiences.
Mr. Raymond May, musical mono
logist, and his accompanist, Miss
Johnson of Chicago, filled their third ;
engagement on the program yesterday
afternoon, delighting their hearers;
with many attractive numbers. Mis3
Johnson gave two difficult piano selec-1
Dr. Charles E. Varney was the or
ator of the afternoon, delivering his
famous lecture on "Gods of Clay." Dr. j
Vaxnev has served his country asi
chaplain in the army and is a noted
pulpit orator and psychologist and one
of the greatest lecturers in the coun country.
try. country. Before coming south he appear appeared
ed appeared in the Redpath Chautauquas.
Dr. Varney is a magnetic speaker j
and his lecture will be the result of r
much good fruit borne. No individual
is insignificant, he says, and every in- j
fluence has a certain definite value. Aj
person is the result of influence. Un-!
conscious or conscious influences em emanate
anate emanate from all of us and we should be
careful that the influences are always
exponents of -our better selves. The
speaker referred to the writings of
Booth Tarkington, especially the per period
iod period stories and endorsed them for all
children. Children select gods of clay
and unconsciously they follow their
selections, whether good or bad. It is
serious, continued Dr. Varney, when
you realize that boys and girls are
walking in your footsteps and as cer certain
tain certain as you are living you are assert asserting
ing asserting influence over some one.
The speaker made a strong and
forceful plea for boys' rights. There
is no boy wrho is well that is bad and
he should have' the rights and com comforts
forts comforts of home that are denied him ex except
cept except in rare instances', and not be
pestered with nagging - parents who
are always full of donts. Dr. Varney
pictured the average home as having
no place for the boy. The parlors
must not be upset, there is no place
in the kitchen, and the average boy is
a stomach with pendages; no place
anywhere except in his own room and i J
rarely is that what a boy's heart de-i
siresr Many are left to roam in the i
streets and the city authorities object
to them being there. Saloons, pool;
rooms and alleys bid them a smiling
welcome. When the area of a boy's
activity is diminished there is an in
creased tendency toward crime. There
is more idle time and fewer directed
tasks than of old and to produce bet better
ter better boys that must be changed. Do Domestic
mestic Domestic science and manual training
should be in every school for the de development
velopment development of the hand develops brain.
Deficiency and imbecile children's
mentality can be restored by use of
hands and the state realizes the im importance
portance importance of trades by having them in
the reform school.
Dr. Varney concluded by urging ev everyone
eryone everyone to live their lives as they
should be lived.
The evening program opened with
Mr. May and Miss Johnson who gave
another pleasing entertainment. Mrs.
H. M. Hampton exquisitely sang "If -I
.JiP T, I
Miss Marv Aiileck
Patterns, Dress Models
UPSTAIRS, REAR OF
WILBUR VV. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
E. C. Jordan & Co.
219 WEST BROADWAY
. ic j?er
For Good Wood
BIG Load lor SI.
Vour K,rder will have
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Hand Shaking Dangerous.
Bacteriologists recently found un under
der under the fingernails of men, women and
children no less than thirteen differ different
ent different kind? of disease germs, including;
those of tuberculosis, diphtheria sad
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice Packing Co
he would have the bread white. Such
a thing never had been heard of be before;
fore; before; produced from the ground grain
of the wheat, the flour naturally took
on the comingled colors of the jrrain
and therefore was dark. But Pad-
dington wanted it white, snow white.
After many unsuccessful efforts, a
Hungarian miller at last produced the
desired results by selecting only the
white, lifeless, starchy portions of the
grain, discarding all others. The
bread was a tremendous hit and the
dinner proved the novelty of the day.
The white bread fad spread like wild-!
fire, all the smart set of London took ;
it up and soon it was on the table of
ths ultra-fashionable all over Eng-'
land. No one liked it so well as the :
old fashioned blood and bone produc producing
ing producing bread, but people often sacrifice
very much of taste and health for
i fash ion's sake. It looked so prettv,
the white slices on the white table tablecloth.
cloth. tablecloth. No other bread was permitted
at dinners in -stylish London. Flour
mills had to be overhauled and re reconstructed
constructed reconstructed in order to make flour
from the starch cells of the wheat
grain. Now the main element of nu nutrition
trition nutrition in wheat is gluten and gluten
is dark. The least nutritive part of
the wheat is starch and starch is
white, so it follows, that you pay your
money for starch in buying white
flour, and you pay for nutriment in
getting dark flour, that is, flour of a
rich creamy color. The white bread
fad proceeded to make its way into
other lands, always the fashionable
circles taking it up first and other
people following. And everywhere it
went, there trailed in its wake the
loosening of teeth, the shattering of
nerves and the devitalizing of blood.
Epicurism is a dangerous thing in
any shape, but rarely has any phase
of it brought about such widespread
disaster as the white bread fad. The
German peasantry, be it said to their
credit, are still holding to the old in invigorating
vigorating invigorating black bread made of rye,
and Germany has been making
mighty progress. Russia and Frarfce
went wild over the white bread craze,
but nowhere has that habit made
greater headway than in America.
When the American woman once set
her eye on the white loaf it was her
undoing. Never was the housewife of
any country won over to anything
more completely. At first the white
loaf in America was not so bad, and
had more of a creamy color; its crumb
was elastic and of a sweet, nutty
flavor. But soon the miller received
the command: "Grind it fine and make
it white." and when he did not obey
orders, his work was for nothing;
there was no sale for his flour. Final Finally
ly Finally he was forced to resort to chem chemical
ical chemical bleaching and by this process any
kind of wheat, mouldy and bad, which
otherwise would have to be thrown
away, may be converted into flour of
tombstone whiteness. America now
leads the world in the finest and whit whitest
est whitest flour; it leads in its consumption,
but it also leads the world in dental
and nervous afflictions. They used to
be a very robust, hardy people, with
wonderful capacity for endurance;
they were rosy of cheek and brawTiy
of build and faced all obstacles fear fearlessly
lessly fearlessly and resolutely. Then England
set them eating that snow white
bread and their cheeks turned pale,
their teeth grew soft and their nerves
became unsound. Nowhere has the
dental business grown so rapidly as
in America: her dental colleges and
dentists lead the world in number and
skill. Almost as much might be said
of American nerve specialists and in institutions
stitutions institutions for treating nervous ail ailments.
ments. ailments. In this day there is almost no
sale for the old fashioned bread of our
hardy forefathers. House wives won't
have it, when it won't match the table
cloth, and it all started with that!
eventful white bread dinner in Lon
don. Rutledge Rutherford.
. 1 f ev-I" -,
Notning you buy is so irrmortant as your medi medicines.
cines. medicines. Your health and very life sometimes de depends
pends depends upon the purity of the drugs you take.
When you get your drugs from us you get them
pure and fresh; our beautifiers are harmless.
Buy all yoir drug store things from us all the
year round and you will never go anywhere else
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
"WE TAKE CARE"
who owns the dwelling the business property 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.
in the beginning of civilization no man owned any definite part of I
the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of it; 1
homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plentiful for
individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particular spot. 1
florida title and abstract corporation
Of Application to the Legislature of
Florida for the Enactment of
Special or Local Legislation.
Notice is hereby given that applica
tion will be made to the legislature of
the state of Florida, at its next ses-
Were a Moth," to which she gave a sion in April, 1915, for the passage of
charminc encore. Miss Gertie Pevserlan act authorizing the city of Ocala
accompanied her on the piano.
Try one. of those frosted 'pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Captain Hobson's Lecture
Richmond Pearson Hobson, the hero
of the Merrimac, was greeted by the
largest audience that has ever attend attended
ed attended a Chautauqua entertainment. The
W. C. T. U., of whose cause he is the
most noted champion in America, were
especially in evidence, almost their
entire membership being present, and
the stage being profusely decked with
flowers which they sent in honor of j
Captain Hobson was introduced by
Secretary Rooney. It is not generally
kngwn, but Mr. Rooney was one of
the gallant Americans who manned
the fleet that held Cervera so many
weeks in blockade at Santiago, and
finally decided the war by smashing
his ships. He well knew Hobson in
to purchase from other party or par parties,
ties, parties, electric current or power for the
use of the said city, either for light lighting
ing lighting or manufacturing purposes, and
to distribute and sell the current so
purchased for lighting and manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing purposes.
Also for the passage of an act au authorizing
thorizing authorizing and requiring the city coun council
cil council of Ocala to submit to the registered
voters of said city, any application
which may be made to said city, or its
council, for a franchise, whenever a
petition or application, signed by
twenty per cent of such registered
voters of the citv, shall be presented
:to the council, praying that the ques
tion of granting such franchise shall
be submitted to and passed upon by
the registered voters of the aid city.
2-17-8t-wed R. C. CAMP.
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissioners of
Marion county will hold a special
meeting March 18th, 1915, to receive
those strenuous days, and was one of bids for the installation of a tax
It is not the Star's policy to re reprint
print reprint speeches it is its opinion that
all interested go to hear them. Suffi Sufficient
cient Sufficient be it to say that Captain Hob Hobson
son Hobson gave an excellent address on the
sor and board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners in the assessments and equaliza equalization
tion equalization of taxes including all cabinet,
cards, indexes and all necessary par paraphernalia
aphernalia paraphernalia for the proper use of such
Board of County Commissioners,
; 3-wed-3t By W. D. Cam, Chairman.
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JkoM Golds. Stall Pneumonic, Kc:i Vc
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Clear and Vour Thread Frcs.
Don't Wait Till Yoa'r All Bunged Up. Usa S. S. S. 2Tox7,
If vou will cro
and cet a bottle
the way to gettin
don't let anyone i
of something "Just as good.1
S. S. S. is taken into the biood iust as
naturally as the most nourishing food, it
into anv first class store! balanced health as the nutritive proper-
of S. S. S. you are on ties of the grams, meats.euga.ra, and iai.1
g rid of Catarrb. But! of foods. Anv local irritating inuue-nco
ivork r.fr that old trick in the blood 13 reif-Ctcd by the tjSSUa
snreaas its lniiucnce over every ortran m
toe bodv, comes through all the veins and;
cells and eliminated by reason
stimulating mllucnee of r. b. b.
Business is always jrood at Gerig's,
because it is the Rexall store 18-tf
Evidence that can be verified.
Fact is what we want.
Opinion is not enough.
Her's an Ocala fact.
You can test it.
C. F. Hayes. 703 S. Orange St.,
Ocala says: i-I think that heavy lift lifting
ing lifting caused my kidneys to become
weakened, 1 suffered greatly from
severe pains in my back and I wa3 of often
ten often so stiff and lame that I could
hardly work. I also had too frequent
severe headaches. A friend told me
about Doan's Kidney Pills and I be began
gan began using them. I ara very glad that
I did so for they gave me more relief
than all the other medicines I had
taken put together. I have had no
occasion to ake any kidney medicine
since, as the cure has been perma permanent.
nent. permanent. The statement that I gave be before
fore before praising Doan's Kidney Pills
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney, remedy
?et Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Hays had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props. Buffalo. X. Y. Ad 7
You vvilf soon realize it-? wonderful in-
f!uenc2 by the absence of headache, a de decided
cided decided clearing of the air passages, a
arteries, tr.auies an mucous suriacea io, hcnse of bcnjilv relief that proves how
exchange mdammatory r.ci Is and other compieU.iv catarrh often infests the en en-irritating
irritating en-irritating substances for arterial elements) tire vstein
that effectually cle inso the tvstem and! y0y wij 'flTli s $ ,q. on f ale at all dreg
thus nut an end to all catarrhal pollution. gtores. it a rernarkaWe remcdv for
S. S. S. cleans out the stomach of mucous j anv amj a ,KM effect ion.?, such as
accumuiation-s enables only pure, blood- fJC;pma rahll imiBf tetter, psoriasis,
making materials to enter the intestines,! i(,ii-. and all other diseased conditions of
combines with these food element.- to; tj,c ,)(HHl. For special advice on any
enter the circulation, and in lens than an, hlood disease write to Ihe .Swift Speci&s
hour is at work throughout the LtKiy m ro .20- Swift IJblsr- Atlanta. Ga.
the process of puriucatiorr. j j( not trifle with suhtituteg. imita-
The medicinal components of S. S. S tions ; or any of the horde of "Ju-.t &a
are relatively just a essential to well-i good counterfeits of b. i;, b.
ft n nn n &
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Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the procee-s which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness goodness-Full
Full goodness-Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of nans. Let um
have your custom we deserve it.
Ocala Ice i PacMe
Tlie Manaoement o! DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving 01 the I rirtitute
officesand treatment rooms to ihe 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 ant! will be Hub
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS; 9 A. M. TO ,30 I. M. PHONE 53 3
OCALA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1915
. OCALA OCCURENCES
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Masons meet tomorrow night.
Moose meet tomorrow evening.
OGRLR H IIS
(Continued from Third Page)
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Dr. J. Waiter Hood s new office tele telephone
phone telephone number is 284. 15-tf
This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. -F. G. B.
ttt Kcorver for the prov-
Dr. W. P. Crigler was a
VEGETABLES, -MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe.
Edwards of Live Oak was
party of friends in a car,
w T T
iir. Li. JD. LUWillus vj. a-.A.N, ; V, 19
a visitor yesterday, accompanying a ; 0
W. K. Lane, M. P., Physician and
Cnnn crvoi.!itt .Eve. Ear, Noso
and Throat. Law Library Building, j
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Mr. George Pasteur has been a bus
iness visitor to Tampa and Orlando
during the past several days.
Mr. A. M: Lansford of Lakeland is
in the city on business connected with
his music house.
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SHERIFFS IN SESSION
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permanent one, and suggested that a
committee be appointed to draft a set
of by-laws, constitution, order of bus business,
iness, business, etc. This suggestion was put
in the form of a motion, and upon its
unanimous passage, the following
committee was appointed: Messrs.
Dishong, Spencer, Bowles, Stanton,
Lovering and Farris. The committee
adjourned to another room and soon
17. May wheat,
Fair tonight with frost almost to
"The Grappling Hook," by Dr. Varney
Dr. Charles E. Varney in his lecture
this morning, "The Grappling Hook,"
gave tne nrst ox a senw ui p-j
logical lectures which he is to give be before
fore before the Chautauqua. In his lecture
he endeavored to bring out the fact
that psychology is the most useful of
modern sciences. It is not so much the j had prepared a set of rales, etc., which
study of mind as actions through the were adopted. The name of the per per-mind,
mind, per-mind, he said. Vocational psychology j manent organization is the Florida
is .in the near future and he illustrat- j State Sheriff's Association. All sher sher-ed
ed sher-ed his statement by telling of a $10,- iffs and their chief deputies are eligi-
I 000 salary paid a man in an automo- J We to membership, while deputies and
I bile factory because of his ability to j chiefs are eligible as honorary mem-
ni-.o mpn whprp t.hpv could do the i bers. i he oncers oi tne organization
best work, thereby saving the owners
much expense. He gave many prac practical
tical practical examples illustrating the work
of a salesman, showing that where
sales are not made that the fault is
generally with the seller and not the
Ordinary normal psychology is the
study of action of mind to the brain.
Memory and reason "are qualities to
Lard and ribs, nominal.
A. large shipment cf Dennlson's
crepe paper in all colors just receiv receiv-l
l receiv-l at the Court Pharmacy. 17-6t
A new fancy goods emporium has
Yon nnpnod in the Harrington Hall
the twenty-sixth parallel; heavy frost make up mind. He discussed animal
north portion; Thursday fair. Land infant psycnoiogy, aamng xnai me
intant was potentially greater uui
! lL I 1 I 11. .wmI-am nil s4-Vtl rfll
Mr Robert lydingS met Willi veiy pnysicany vvcjivci man u .i-c
painful accident today on Mr. J. M. tures. Every language learned dou-
MefTert's farm at loweii. iur. xy- Dies mentality, ur. vamey im u.
dinirs noticed some dogs after a pig very high tribute to traveling men,
e ., i
and ran to pull them off. in some naving studied tnem cioseiy uanng
way his foot caught under a root and his journeys, he was in a position to
h wflcs thrown to the ground, and his know them. When you have invested
ankle was severely wrenched ana nga- service you nave oeen uueieateu, ix
said, and interest established is more
than likely to occasion reciprocation.
The speaker concluded his lecture
with illustrations bearing out the
statements that the erect spinal cord
is the line of resistance and irrever irreverence
ence irreverence and that the bent coid is the line
ments badly lacerated, but it is
thought there are no bones broken.
Mr. Bruce Meffert, who was near,
n,o;0l Mr Tvdincs to his car and
brought him. home "at once.
Dana. The entire stock will be of
imported goods. This is a branch
RfnrA nf the Tamna concern of this
"At the meeting of the Odd Fellows
Smith took' that
anywhere from 100 to 300 per cent,
less than at present. It was the j
sense cf the meeting that the incom- j
ing legislature should make provis- j
ions for raising this rate in view of
the present "high cost of living."
The following are attending the
session: A. F. Gordon of Orange; T.
C. Smyth of Lake; J. W. Perry of Co
lumbia; J. L. Dishong of DeSoto; E.
L. Smith of Volusia; G. R. Carter of
Citrus; A. Morrison of Wakulla; W.
II. Lvde of Suwanee: W. H. Dowling
of Duval; C. H. Law of Hernando; C.
J. Perry of St. Johns; J. P. S. Hous Houston
ton Houston of Leon; D. P. Stucky of Pasco;
! J. TI. Parker of Tavlor: G. Scott Cirecr-
ory of Gadsden; A. D. Stanton of
Madison, F. P. Tippins of Lee; C. P.
Whitehurst of Pinellas; A. T. Coleman
of Sumter; W. P. Spencer of Hills Hillsborough;
borough; Hillsborough; L. H. Ingram of Osceola; H.
A. Bowles of Jackson; J. L. Forehand
of Liberty, and J. P. Galloway, C. L.
West and W. P. Osteen of" Marion,
Chief J. A. Easter of St. Petersburg,
and Chief W. F. Adams of Ocala.
Senator Ion L. Farris of Jackson
ville, accompanied the delegation from
the northern part of the state and as
sisted the convention in drafting its
resolutions of organization, etc.
Mr. Lee Lovering, a member of the
national organization, who is in the
city on business from Salt Lake City,
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J3 ii Nfc.ll.l!
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,
are a president, three vice presidents,
a secretary and treasurer. Several
permanent committees are also pro
vided for, as well as a representative
to the National Sheriff's Association,
which meets this year in San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. A resolution was introduced by Mr.
Scott Gregory cf Gadsden county,
asking that the next session of the
legislature pass a law abandoning the
ancient custom of hanging for capital
offenses, and substitute therefore the
more humane mode of taking the life
of criminals of this class by electro electrocution.
cution. electrocution. The resolution was unani unanimously
mously unanimously passed and referred to the
legislative committee of the organiza organization,
tion, organization, and copies were ordered for
warded to all members of the associa association
tion association not present.
A number of the sheriffs present
... . t Utahfc was invited to participate in the
vidincr for increasing the amount al- ?
the drink that is famous for its purity, that satis-'
fies the thirsty, refreshes the weary; pleases the
most fastidious tae. Every dealer in reach of
Ocala should have our CHERO-COLA on sale.
We are also bottling a full line of carbonated
Our plant is two blocks south of the square, on
CHERO-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Phone 521 -:- Ocala, Fla.
lowed by the state for the boarding
of jurors when they were held by the
courts under charge of a
Mr. Dowling was re-elected presi-
x -J i dent; Messrs. Galloway, Smyth and
bailiff and! . U
block on the Fort King side by W ef Mfksrs. A. B. Anderson and of agreement
Lawton Smith tooK mat strenuous
and never-to-iobe-forgotten journey
Mr. E. F. Hoyt, who writes K. of
P. insurance for Florida, is in the
city, interviewing the Pythians. He
is traveling in a handsome car, which
with tlje K. of P. emblems and colors
attracts attention wherever seen.
Our prescription department is our
pride. Ask the doctor. The Court
Judging by the preparations Hve
see being made on passing the armory
todav. the ladies ot the Christian
to serve an excel
lent supper this evening,
whom we can swear to as good house housekeepers
keepers housekeepers are prominent in the opera operations.
tions. operations. .-
Cap's Orchestra and Karl Jansen,
in his' school of Swedish physical cul culture,
ture, culture, were the entertainers this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Among the interested listeners to
Dr. Varney were Principal Cassels
and the senior class of the high school.
The entire high school department,
Several tne eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh and
twelfth grades, will hear Dr. Varney's
lecture on "Chain Breaking" tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning.
allowed to occupy separate apart
Send; Us four
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
FOR THE YEAR 1915
Of All Kind,
All Hard Woods.
Boilers and -Tanks
Pumps for alf.
For Road Work at all
D. W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, IV
Geo. A. Nash. W. A. Knight, H. ASdays.
M. J. Roess, D. Tompkins, Geo.
John Moore, M. J. Roess,
J. J. Gerig, H. A. Fausett, W. A
Knight, Geo. A. Nash, J.
Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss left today for
a visit with relatives in Davisboro,
ments during the trial of certain j
Reference was also made to the
charges allowed by the state for feed
ing inmates of the prisons. It de developed
veloped developed that Georgia and Alabama al allowed
lowed allowed 50 cents per day for this pur
pose, while Florida allowed just half j
that amount, a rate that was fixed m
18S9, when bacon, beans, flour and
other commodities were
Stanton, vice presidents; Mr. Houston
i secretary and treasurer.
1 HC I 1 V A t iUV- 1111 VI. HiV CA J OVV it
I will be held in Tamp? on Wednesday
I after the first Monday in March, 1916.
There being no further business for
consideration at this time the meeting
l adjourned at 1:30.
Mr. Lovering invited the delegates
to be his guests at dinner at the Har-
I rington Hall, and those who were not
compelled to rush for their trains
Ihome accepted his hospitaity.
j After dinner Sheriff Galloway took
the city's guests to Silver Springs for
! a short tour down the run. On their
return trip they will stop over at the
Ilea y C
Mi-q M CI WnTkpr lp.avps tomorrow
for her homih Barnwell, S. C. She fV-
will be accompanied by her daughter,
Mrs. L. P. Wilson and young son,
whom she has been visiting for ten
Smith, J. M. Meffert,
Mrs. B. T. Perdue is enjoying a visit
to Dr. and Mrs. Macey at West Palm
Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers of Lynne
were Chautauqua visitors today.
Mrs. D. S. Welch left the hospital
last night and returned to her home in
WANTED, LOST. FOUND,
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Six-room house on S.
Jkmrth street; electric lights, hot
and cold water and bath complete.
Apply to Miss Rena Smith at the
Haycraft Millinery. 16-14t
jif f iJH i anno jji jovii vuiii.
j ulated institutions of its kind to be
! found anywhere.
The Florida sheriffs are a fine bunch
of citizens and Ocala is proud of hav having
ing having had the honor of entertaining
POINTER DOG LOST Answers to!
the name of "True Boy"; w
MRS. IVY MYRTLE BELL
Will appear March 19th in costume
,'hite with i recital in place of the Shaksperean
. a -r T :i Ti T ;
liver colored spots; strayed or stol- recuai iOU "5.
Pn. Reward for return of do- andlty to get up the play with local
name of thief. George Davis, care
Davies, the Tire Man. lG-tf
GOOD BAKING POWDER AND UOOO
FLOUR GO IIANU 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
One 10c Can of Calumet Baking Powder FRIE,
with a 24 pound sack of Henry Clay Flour
. w. A.
II. A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash, D. W.
John Moore, H. A. Fausett, J. C.
Light and Water
J. M. Meffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.
y&ifl s Tab!
Mrs. Robert L. Frost left today for
Palatka for a visit with her daughter,
Mrs. Herbert Crook.
Mrs. Bird and her brother, Mr. Tur
ner, who have been spending the win winter
ter winter in Mrs. Whetstone's cottage by
Lake Weir, left yesterday for their
home. in Martinsville, Va.
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 'For sale by
TVTw Han p-bter used Chamberlain s
ToViofc fnr rnnstination with grood re
sults and I can recommend them high-
t. .. "i T- 1 T T) I, : TJn cVl I T T.Jt.
I ly, writes ruui u. ftuum,
i For sale by all dealers. 3-l-15t
Messrs. Marcus Frank and B. Gold
man went to Orlando Monday to at
tend a big public sale of a stock of
merchandise, but neither of them was
the successful bidder.
Col. R. F. Rogers, Ocala's post
master, went to Tallahassee Monday
to appear before the state pardoning
FOR SALE Cyphers incubator, por portable
table portable hovers, light buggy and small
plow. Lurvey, at Marsh's market,
phone 108. 16-6t
talent. Mrs. Ueil is recognized as an
artist of ability, hence our people will
be most pleasantly entertained. Cap's
Orchestra and Mrs. Bell will make an
evening's entertainment fitting and
appropriate for the closing night.
FOR RENT Six room cottage on
Tuscawilla street between primary
and high schools. Apply to Mrs.
R. D. Fuller. G-tf
RECOMMENDS CHAMBER CHAMBERLAIN'S
LAIN'S CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
FOR SALE Une 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
"I take pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my
customers because I have confidence
in it. I find that they are pleased
with it and call for it when again in
need of such a medicine," writes J. W.
Sexson, Montevallo, Mo. For sale by
all dealers. 3-l-15t
TO THE HOUSEWIFE
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
e Cut 'inr Meats to Sin
MA1UOX-DUXX MASONIC fODGE
MOTHERS 2 .. j j
4l We have just received a very large and va- If
Xl ried line of
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 iost 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 of people who use it. It is
prompt and effectual, pleasant and
safe to take, which are qualities espe especially
cially especially to be desired when a medicine
is intended for children. For sale by
all dealers. 3-l-15t
For Boys and Girls
We are showing more styles this season than
ever before. You will find the famous "Oliver
Twist" and other styles in all materials.
SCDc f o $1.50
The state and county tax books
will close accoiJmtr to the laws of
Florida on the last day of March.
Come as early as you possibly can,
thus avoiding the big rush we always
have the last ten or fifteen days the
tax books are open. Also be sure and
bring or send a correct description of
your property when you wish either
a memorandum of the amount or to
pay your taxes, thus reducing the
possibility of an error to the mini minimum.
mum. minimum. If you write us do not be im impatient
patient impatient if our reply seems delayed.
We will answer as fast as we possi possibly
bly possibly can and as near as practical all
letters in the order in which they
were received. Yours very truly,
W. L. COLBERT,
0d Tax Collector-
FOR RENT Well locaced and nicelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. 'Inquire at the Co
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, Ocaia, Fla. 2-5-tf
.Marion-Dunn Lodge rro. 19. F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening0 of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
Kcart nnv mmntitv. Georcre W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla.
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hal! the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE NO. JSO, B. P. O. E.
FOR RENT A five room lower flat;
thoroughly screened and with ev-
modern convenience. Good loca-
tion. Phone 467,
WANTED Position by competent
bookkeeper. The best of references.
Address, W. B. Dye, 209 Orange av avenue,
enue, avenue, Ocala, Fla. 13-Gt
RAIN COAT FOUND A child's rain
coat was found and brought to the
Star office. Owner can have same
by proving property and p'aying for
this ad. lb-Tit
CARPENTER AND BL1LDER
Careful Estimates Made on all Con Contact
tact Contact Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the City..
LOST An emblem pin, Odd Fellows
and Rebekah; lost Sunday, 14th.
Finder will be rewarded by return-
same to this ornce. io-4t
Ocala Lodge No. 2S, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth 'B-iesday even
ings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren alwavs welcome. Club house
oppu.-die iostofflce, east siae.
David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
Ohf Lacy Fatrofis
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. IT. M AlxSII
PHONE 10S Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery
I.OVAL OPl'KH OF 3HHJSE
Ocala Lodge -No. tliif L. O. M.
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. "u
Visiting brelhern always welcome io
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffico.
j.- D. Itooney, Dictator.
t. Itv. Abbott Charles, Prc.
to ILry WiiillW
Five Miles West of Dade City and One Mile East of San Antonio
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEH SCHOOL MONTHS
U S POST OFFICII TI:lV:OHU'II, TI:LI:PJI0NI:, IIXPKKSS and
A. C. L. TICKCT OFFICi: AT THE COLLFGi:
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
CHOICE'OF 5 TOURIST TRAINS
NORTH and NORTHWEST
"DIXIE FLYER,'. "DIXIE LIMITED". "SEMINOLE LIMITED, "SOUTH
ATLANTIC LIMITED." "MONTGOMERY ROUTE."
Tulula Lodsre No. 22. I. O- O.
meets in Voitge s Hall every iuesaay
evening at 8 o'cloclc. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extender -to visitln?
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
V. L. Cc;bert, Secretary.
COXCOKDIA LODGE T. U. OF A.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms,
modern convenience?, and close to
the best boarding houses. Apply at
14 Herbert street. 17-tf-
WANTED A wall tent, about 16, 18
or 20 feet; must be in good order
and cheap. Box 265.' 17-6t-
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets la Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
onr-h month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage. Secretar-
Pullman cars Jacksonville to Chicago,
WOODMEN OF THK WORLD
Fot King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 7:30 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamr, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
OF THE SOUTH
St. Louis, Cincinnati, Lou! '-a
Indianapolis, Cleveland and intermediate points.
DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
For tickets and information call on Atlantic C :ne Ticket Ager.t, o
a v FRTTOT. d. pa.. J- g. kirkland, d. p. a.,
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