The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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

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iPAGIIE DISTRICT

AWFUL SOUNDS AND SCENES OF THE INCESSANT. CONFLICT HAS DRIVEN THOUSANDS
. fiEN INSANE

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FIGHTING OH-HHDMILE EASTERH FRONT

SITH UNPARALLELED FEROCITY

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Paris, March 18. Wounded French
soldiers declare that the meagre bul bulletins
letins bulletins issued here give only a vague

idea of the fierceness of the fighting

in the Champagne district. Nearly a
quarter of a million men are engaged
on the I-cs Mcsnil-Perthes ar.d Beauz Beauz-jour
jour Beauz-jour line. Thousands of huge guns

PHILIPPINES ARE PARALYZED

Government May Take Measures for
their Commercial Relief

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Petroprad, March 18. With a bat battle
tle battle front GOO miles lonr, the Russians
are progressing against the Austro Austro-Germun
Germun Austro-Germun lines in Poland and Galicia.
The Germans are reti eating at manv

j points toward the East Prussian fron

tier. Gen. Von Hindcnburg is giving

ground, especially along the Orzeo
river, where the fijrhting is going on
with unpai-alleled ferocity.
The German bombardment of Osso Osso-wiec
wiec Osso-wiec has proved ineffective. It is re reported
ported reported that 1SG00 Gei-msns have fal-

I len there.

STRUGGLING WAIST DEEP IN

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THE SNOW

Washington, March 18. A new ex

periment in shipping, providing armyi

have been thundering night and day j transports for exports from the Phil- I

ior weens. me neius are covers ippines, is shortly to be made Dy tne j jn the Carpathians the Austrians
With rotting corpses, and the ground United States government, according GERMANS INTEND TO BURN j,avG jeen forced back, the Russians
is torn with shells and mines. to the plan 'recommended by Secre-j THREE VILLAGES FOR ONE capturing hundreds of prisoners. The
The tension of battle, stench of de-tary of War Garfield. It is expected! jrrmies ar- fihtin in snow waist
caying flesh, burning gun powder and tnat the president will approve the Berlin, March 18. French aviators J J tenrture of thrt be.

the fumes from poison bombs have suggestion of the war secretary. The j DomDaraea bcniettstaat, upper isace. ;

driven hundreds of soldiers insane. 'Philippines are threatened with com-

GERMANS USING BIG GUNS

! mercial paralysis unless some move
lis made immediately to improve the

The Germans continue the bom-j situation. Huge quantities of hemp,
bardmen of Notre Dame Loretta and, tobacco and other products are piled
the villages of Cerney and Maricourt. jhigh of the quays of Manila, awaiting
The' Belgians continue to advance ; ships.

along the Yser. Artillery engage-,

ments are in progress over the re

mainder of the front.
The Germans are replying to the
warships bombarding West Ende with
sixteen inch guns.

PROTEST FROM GERMANY

Called Forth by Arrest of the Consul
at Seattle

Washington, March 18. The Ger-

SCIONS OF ROYALTY WILL BE -man embassy today lodged a protest

SCARCE
London, March 18,-Three German
princes, including Leopold, a member
of the reigning family of Bavaria,
were killed at the. battle of Neuve
Chapelle.
RUNNING GERMANS OUT OF THE
RIVIERA
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'Paris, March 18. A News dispatch
says the Italian authorities have or ordered
dered ordered the expulsion of German sub subjects
jects subjects from the Italian Riviera.

QUESTIONING JAPAN'S

POLICY IN CHINA

against the arrest of the German con consul
sul consul at Seattle and the search of the
consulate. It was declared a violation
of international law. The embassy
asked the state department for legal
protection of the German consulate at
Seattle.

ROGGE AND FRANK REFUGEES

Are Serving on German Cruiser of
their Own Accord
Newport News, Va., March 18.
Charles Frank and Robert Rogge, for former
mer former "members of. the "crew of the
American sailing vessel William P.
Frye, sunk in .the south Atlantic by

j the German auxiliary cruiser Prinz

Washington, March 18. The Unit-iEitel Freidrich, and reported to be.

fd States has made representations -to j held on the criuser against their wills
Japan regarding its demands upon for military service, made depositions
China, it was learned from official J yesterday denying that they are be be-sources
sources be-sources today. Ignorance was pro-jing forcibly held. They appeared at

f essed as to whether Russia and Great the customs house in German uni-

German airmen bombarded Calais.
The Russians have crossed the
boundry and are now fighting on
Prussian soil.
German troops will burn three Rus

sian villages for every one destroyed j

by the Russians.

IMMENSE TURKISH ARMY

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ON GERMAN SOIL AGAIN
Petrograd, March 18. The Rus Russians
sians Russians are again fighting on German
soil. Russians defeated the Germans

iat Laugezargan, advancing into East
! Prussia.

STRONGHOLD IS STAGGERING

Lined Up Near Smyrna to Meet the
Allies

Athens, March 18. Eighty thou-i

sand Turks are concentrated near
Smyrna to oppose the advance of the
allies, if Smyrna falls under the war warship
ship warship bombardment. v

London, March 18. A News dis-

patch from Petrograd says the outer
i forts of Przernysl have fallen.

ATTORNEY GENERAL WILL
RETAIN HIS OFFICE

Britain had joined the United States
in this this action as reported.

CELEBRATED CASE SETTLED

Boston, March 18. Federal Judge
Putnam today dismissed the govern government
ment government suit to dissolve the United Shoe
Machinery Co. as an unlawful monopoly.

forms and told the deputy colloector
of customs that, they considered
themselves refugees from a sinking
ship. They said they also consider considered
ed considered themselves as subject to military
service under .the German flag and
were willing to perform that service.

He Considers It his Duty to Stay
Where the People Placed
Him
Tallahassee, March 18. Hon T. F.
West will not resign as attorney attorney-general
general attorney-general to become circuit judge to
succeed Judge Emm.ett Wolf, of Pcn Pcn-sacola,
sacola, Pcn-sacola, resigned. Mr. West received
strong endorsements for the judge judgeship,
ship, judgeship, and was offered the appointment
by. Governor Trammell.; He -says:
WI..am profoundly grateful to my
friends for the endorsement given mo
for the position of circuit judge, and
to the governor for the offer to ap appoint
point appoint me to this position. Bift after
the mature consideration that the
matter deserves, I have concluded
that I should not resign from the of-

ALL filMS any

IRRITATED BY INTERFERENCE
WITH COMMERCE BY THE
ALLIES
London, March 18. Denmark and
Sweden have made identical represen representations
tations representations to the allies against their pol policy
icy policy of renrisals on German commerce.

MRS. WATSON

. Mrs. ,M. D. Watson, resid:ng two
and a half miles southwest of Ocala,
died this morning. She leaves a hus hus-band
band hus-band arid six children. Many friends
together with the Star extend sym sympathy
pathy sympathy to the bereaved.

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VILLA, AS USUAL, ATTENDED BY
THE SPIRIT OF VICTORY

DECISION OF THE LATTER IIATIOH CERTM! TO BE f.lli
THE NEXT FEW DAYS

Rome, March 18. An extraordi-

Monterey, March 18. Villa troops inary meetinS of the Italian cabinet,
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have occupied the townof Ramunes,

in Nuevo Leon, without firing a shot
They are preparing to attack Meta-

moros. Officers of Carranza's army
are reported to be fleeing into the!

believed to be a "council of war," was

held today; The German ambassador
is making a final effort to prevent
war between Italy and Austria.
Following the refusal, of Francis

United States.

LIBERTY LASTED HOT LONG

MACEDONIA WAS SOON OVER OVERHAULED
HAULED OVERHAULED BY A BRITISH
CRUISER

Madrid, March 18. The German

Joseph to make territorial concessions

to Italy by ceeding Trcntno, the Ger-

i man ambassador is urging prolonga

tion of negotiations. The Vatican is
urging peace.

KENDRICK W. C. T. U.
The regular meeting of the Wo Women's
men's Women's Christian Temperance Union
was held Tuesday afternoon, of last
week, at the home of Mrs. Margaret

liner Macedonia, which escaped from i Whitehead. There was a good attend-

Las Palmas with a cargo of war sup

plies, was captured by a British
cruiser.

THE GOOD SAMARITAN ARMY

TO THE HOUSEWIFE

Gen. W. J. Ralston is in the city es establishing
tablishing establishing a southern headquarters
for the above organization and will
be here for the next ten days, return returning
ing returning then to national headquarters at
Detroit, Mich. His object here is to
open a mission hall for holding relig religious
ious religious services, undenominational; also
a free day nursery for little children,
where mothers can leave them while
they are away from home on business
or working to earn a living for them;
also an emergency home for girls and
women that arrive in the city without
friends, relatives or money, where
they can be taken care of until they
can obtain positions or some other
provision made for them.
This work will be established here
and Ocala will be a permanent south southern
ern southern headquarters for the South, and
General Ralston asks the support, of
the people of Ocala and surrounding
country in making it a success. Any-

ance and the following visitors were
present: Mrs. Lyles and the Misses
Barbara and Edna Waters, of Kend Kend-rick;
rick; Kend-rick; Mrs. M. E. Clough, of Cedar
Rapids, Iowa; and Miss Winifred
Clough, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
The meeting was opened by the
president, Mrs. J. B. Webb, reading
the scripture lesson found in Ephesi Ephesi-ans,
ans, Ephesi-ans, 0, 10-18, followed by a brief pray prayer.
er. prayer. After the song, "Onward Chirstian
Soldiers," had beeji sung the roll was
called and the minutes of the previ previous
ous previous meeting were read and approved.

Sallie Whitehead and Theodore White Whitehead
head Whitehead served delicious refreshment!
consisting of cake, ambrozia and cof coffee.
fee. coffee. The next meeting of the Union will
be held at the church Tuesday after afternoon
noon afternoon March 20rd. A cordial invita invitation
tion invitation is extended to all.
Julia H. Webb, Press Supt.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR

South Lake Weir, March 17. Miss
Dowd and Miss Groves of Orlando
are the guests of Miss Ethel Cama Cama-han
han Cama-han this week.
Mrs. E. B. Kellam and Mr. C. A.
Skinner, went to Ocala one day last
week on. business.
Mrs. G. V. Albertson, of DeLand, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Al Albertson
bertson Albertson for a few days.
Mrs. C. S. Gates returned heme
from a visit to Webster and while
there she was the guest of her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. C. E. Brown.
Messrs. Wm. Cary and C. S. Gates,
who have been on the sick list for
the past wee, are able to be about
again.
Mr. Paul Schmidt, who has been in
Lakeland for the past few months re returned
turned returned home Saturday.

The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.

The following superintendents of j E. C. Albertson Jr., formerly of this

departments were elected: Medical

Temperance, Mrs. W. B. Livingston;
Evangelistic, Mrs. Geo. Chappel; Sun Sunday
day Sunday School, Mrs. Jesse Turnipseed;
Mothers Meetings, Mrs. J. J. Guth Guth-ery.
ery. Guth-ery. The superintendent of the Flower
Mission department reported the dis distribution
tribution distribution of sixteen bouquets with
scripture verses attached.
The superintendent of the Purity in
Literature and Art department pre presented
sented presented the Union with the two fram framed
ed framed portraits of Francis E. Willard re

place, but now of Sedwick, Kan., re rejoice
joice rejoice with them over the arrival c
a baby daughter.

MOSS BLUFF

Madam, if vour husband is like most

I men he expects yon to look after the
Ihp.nHh nf vmirso.lf nnd nhildrnn.

fice to which I have been elected. Coughs and colds are the most com-

Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean. tf

EXERCISE AND
GRECIAN BEAUTY

What It Means
Many thousands of women are now-a-days
payinc attention to physical
culture and the proper exercise of
their body muscles, where, thirty
vphtss n en tVfrr w.iu rm thM?r'ht py.

pended on this science, which is quite I with friends here

necessary to physical beauty, ihe

COTTON PLANT
Cotton Plant, March 17. We are
having some very disagreeable weath weathercold
ercold weathercold and windy. Spring days
will be very, much welcomed by all.
D. M. Barco is the latest victim of
the grip.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Seckinger and
two children, of Martel, were guests
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Veal.
Mrs. Claude Sutherland, of Chris Christiana,
tiana, Christiana, and sister, Miss Ethel Smith,
of Martel, spent Saturday and Sun-

While the offer is attractive to me, it

happens that just at this time a num number
ber number of questions for the correct solu solution
tion solution of which this office is largely re responsible
sponsible responsible ae pending and it seems to
me that, because of my familiarity
with these questions, I can best serve
the people of Florida here."

mon 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 remedh??
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 espe-c'ally
c'ally espe-c'ally to be deired when a medicine

have a new typewriter that I willja dealer.-;. :-l-15t
;xchange for a pony horse. D. N.

TYPEWRITER 'FOR EXCHANGE

, i j C -sccntly given by it to the church and
will be srladly received in the way ori , . ...

garments, provisions or finance.- Leave
all orders for same with Mrs. Gable,
at the Woman's Exchange and Jap Japanese
anese Japanese Tea Room, 704 South Sanchez
street.
Major and Mrs. C. L. McClish will
have charge of the southern division
with headquarters in this city and will
supervise all of the above work.

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

Mathews, Ocala, Fla.

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When you liiinK canuy, say.Nun say.Nun-nally,
nally, say.Nun-nally, and when you say Nunnally
come to Gerig's.

ARE RHEUMATIC T THY SLOAN'S

reason the Greeks, both men and worn

en, excelled in beautiful and symmet symmetrical
rical symmetrical forms was because of the atten attention
tion attention they paid to proper exercise.
Then, too, they were untramraeled by
corsets, shoes and the inconveniences
of clothing. To the minds of some
women the idea of physical exercise
conveys only the idea of hard fatigu fatigu-ing
ing fatigu-ing work. Mild exercise continued day
after day is best for the body and

spirits and health. Without proper
exercise there can be no health, and
without health there can be no real
beauty.
There is no stronger proof of the

sound remedial value of Dr. Pierce's j
Favorite Prescription than that it re-
stores the wasted form to its wonted
roundness.
The mighty restorative power of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription speed speedily
ily speedily causes all womanly trouble to dis disappear
appear disappear compels the organs to prop properly
erly properly perform their natural functions,
-"-corrects displacements, overcomes ir-
regularities, removes pain and misery
at certain times and brings back
health and strength to nervous, irrita irritable
ble irritable and exhausted women.
It is a wonderful prescription pre prepared
pared prepared only from Nature's roots with
glycerine, with no alcohol to falsely
stimulate. It banishes pain, headache,
low spirits, hot flashes, dragging-down
sensations, wrorry and sleeplessness
surely and without loss of time.
Sick women are invited to consult
Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. Address
Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo
N. Y. Ad. 20.

Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds and baby,

of Ocala, came out Sunday afternoon
and spent the night with Mr. and Mrs.
C. R. Veal, returning home Monday
morning.

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Veal are the literature through the mails.

SUICIDE OF A NEGRO PREACHER
Miami, Fla., March 18. William
Alfred Tucker, rector of St. Agnes
church, colored, of this city last night
shot and killed Harriet Delaney,
member of his church and then com committed
mitted committed suicide. Tucker was bound
over to the federal court under $2000
bond on a charge of sending obscene

proud parents of a fine little girlj

which made her appearance Tuesday
afternoon.
Homeland school term closed last
Friday night. with an excellent pro program,
gram, program, prepared by Mr. Davenport, the
teacher. Mr. Davenport made many

friends here who will be glad to wel

come him back again.
Mrs. L. C. Bell and children spent
Monday with Mrs. J. F. Parker and
Miss Mamie Parker.
Mrs. C. R. Veal was shopping in
Ocala Monday.
Cotton Plant school closes Thursday

after a very successful term manag managed
ed managed by Mr. G. Fred Turner, of Gai Gaiter.
ter. Gaiter. Mr. Turner is a very congenial

and affable gentleman and has made
many friends wdio regret to lose him,
but as his home is not far away we
hope to see him occasionally.
There will be preaching service at
St. John's next Sunday, Rev. J. D.
Major, pastor. We hope for a good
congregation.
Mr. Fred Turner spent Saturday
in Ocala with relatives.

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

NO USE TO TRY AND WEAR
OUT YOUR COLD IT WILL
WEAR Y')U OUT INSTEAD

Thousands keep on suffering coughs

and colds through neglect and delay, i

Why make yourself an easy prey t
serious ailments and epidemics as the
rer-ilt of a neglected Cold? Coughs
and Colds sap your strength and vi vitality
tality vitality unless checked in the early
stages. Dr. King's New Discovery is
what you need the first dose helps.
Your head clears up, you breathe free freely
ly freely and you feel so much better. Buy
a bottle today and start taking it at
once. Mon Tues Fri wky adv.

If you wunt ouick and real relief
from rheumatism, do what so many
thousand oth-r people are doing
whenever an attack comes on, bathe
the sore mu?cle or joint with Sloan's

Liniment. No n?d to rub it in
iut aptdy t Liniment to the sur surface.
face. surface. It' is wonderfully penetrating.
It goes right to the seat of trouble
and draws the pain almost immedi immediately
ately immediately get a bottle cf Sloan's Liniment
for 2"c. of any druggist and have it in
the house against cold?, sore and
swollen joints, lumbago, sciatica and
like ailments. Your money back if
not satisfied, but it gies almost in instant
stant instant relief, mon tues fri wky. Adv.

school. A rising vote cf thanks was

extended for same.
Union Signal Day was observed by

a shower of subscriptions. It com commenced
menced commenced by the Union subscribing for
both the Union Signal and The Young
Crusader for Fessenden Academy.
This was followed by four of the
members subscribing for the Signal
and three for the Young Crusader
Mrs. M. E. Clough then read the

address of welcome given by Mrs.
Ida B. W. Smith, state president of
the Iowa, W. C. T. U., to the Liquor
Dealers Convention held in Cedar
Rapids, two years ago, following the
mayor's address of welcome and giv,
en as a protest against official rccog-

Mcs-5 Bluff, March 17. Mr. and
Mrs. Manuel Griggs, of Oxford, visit visited
ed visited Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Martin Fri Friday
day Friday night.
Misses Annie and Fannie Mann
spent Sunday with Miss Maud Davis.
Rev. J. R. Gorbctt, of Altoons,
spent Friday night at Mr. J. S. Mar Martin's
tin's Martin's while on his way to Anthony.
Mr. J. S. Martin made a business

j trip to Ocala today.

Dr. and Mrs. P. P. Pillans visited
his sister, Mrs. J. S. Martin, Sunday
evening.
Mrs. J. II. Fort is very sick at this
writing.
Quito a crowd attended prayer
meeting Sunday night.
Mr. Alva Barber and his mother
visited Mrs. Drawdy at Highley Fri Friday,
day, Friday, returning Sunday via the Bluff.
Mrs. Drawdy has been very sick but
is better now.
Miss Sema McKinney spent a few
hours Sunday with her cousin, Miss
Maud Davis.
The Oklawaha River Farm Co

nition of the liquor traffic. Her wel- j dredge has recently been equipped
come represented the welcome of true j with electric lights ,and is running

fathers and mothers of the place and
has since been published in news newspapers
papers newspapers far and near ,as well as in
pamphlet form. Its convincing and
forceful arguments have had their in influence,
fluence, influence, and finally won the day as
Iowa is today among the "dry"
states.
Mrs. Clough and her daughter, Miss
WTinifred Clough. ?ar.g in closing
"The Little Brown Church in the
Vale."
Mrs. Whitehead assisted by Miss

day and night under the skillful man management
agement management of Mr. Baldorf, with Mr. W.
C. White as night engineer.
Mr. A. W. Fort and son, Dan, made
a business trip to Ocala Saturday.
Several people in this vicinity are
suffering with grip.

All varieties cf seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocab Seed Store. U-tf.

'moke Cuban Ciut, 5c Cigar.

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OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
B. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. LeaTengood, Business 3Ianager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Ocr,a, Fla., pvstofflce
PHONE

SUB5CRIPTIOX, RATES

(Domestic)
One year, m advance $5.00
Six months, In advance 2.50
Three- months, in advance. . 1.25
On month, in advance. . . .50
CHANGES IN THE CHARTER
Mr. R. C. Camp i3 a good sport as
well as a good citizen. The Star op opposes
poses opposes his pet scheme, and casts as aspersions
persions aspersions on the purity of his motives,
and instead of going up in the air,
stopping his paper and threatening to
lick the editor, as many smaller men
might do, he comes around, passes
the time of day, swaps jokes and
gives us an ad. As long as there are
plenty of such Americans in the coun country,
try, country, we will get along somehow, even
if things do run to suit U3 only once
in a while.
However, we would be glad if Mr.
Camp could be a newspaper writer for
a short time, so that when he had
written something as plainly as he
knew how, and somebody else read it,
and thought it meant something it
didn't say, he would know how it
feels.
'Mr. Camp came into the Star office
Tuesday about noon and handed in the
following:
"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 to our
present city charter. I print below
the two proposed amendments and I
trust that the people will read them
carefully.
"If there is any objection to these
two amendments, I certainly hope that
those objecting will state their reas reasons
ons reasons in a direct communication to our
two representatives, Mr. W. T. Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, Lynne, Florida, and Mr. W. J.
Crosby, Citra, Florida. Unless the
people of Ocala respond to this invi invitation
tation invitation and state their objections, in
writing, to these gentlemen, I shall
simply take it as an indication that
the people of Ocala do not seriously
object to the amendments as propos proposed.
ed. proposed. "The Star editor claims to have
talked to at least one hundred people,
who have stated that they do not ap approve
prove approve of these amendments. He
should get busy at once and furnish
this list of citizens to our two repre representatives.
sentatives. representatives. Unless he does do so I
am satisfied that the representatives
wijl think he was joking.
"R. C. Camp."
. -The editor scanned this production,
-and saw that Mr. Camp was several
points off his course, but 11:30 is no
time for a man on an afternoon paper
to argue or explain, so he took the
quickest way and turned the article
; over to the linotype with a short com comment
ment comment of his own.
The Star did not say it had talked
with one hundred citizens who oppos opposed
ed opposed Mr. Camp's amendments. Here is
what it said:
"But if Mr. 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 hundred
dred hundred citizens say."
, Quite different, isn't it ?
The Star does not think there are
a hundred, it hopes there are not .a
dozen, citizens in Ocala who wish to
deny Mr. Camp the privilege, or
rather the right, of taking share in
making any changes there may be
made in the city chaster. But what
we meant to say, and what we did
say, was that when he takes a dis disproportionate
proportionate disproportionate share in trying to in influence
fluence influence the city government, the courts
, and the legislature, a number of his
fellow citizens are going to disagree
with him, criticise him, and counteract
him if they, can.
Isn't it the truth ?
Now, while we are on the subject of j
charters, let's discuss the changes
now contemplated discuss them not
as learned lawyers, who, like a rest restless
less restless man tumbling about on his bed, j
can lie on one side about as well as
on the other, but from the standpoint
: of the ordinary citizen, who knows
little and cares less for technicalities,
but can form a cood opinion on wkt i
is good for him and his neighbors.
To begin with, here are the amend amendments
ments amendments Mr. Camp wants made in the
charter. The first paragraph says:
Notice is hereby given that applica application
tion application will be made to the legislature of
the state of Florida, at its next ses session
sion session in April, 1915, for the passage of
an act authorizing the city of Ocala
to purchase from other party or par par-tics,
tics, par-tics, electric current oi 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.
Even the casual reader can see that
there is nothing in this amendment
for the people of Ocala. It is to be
passed, if it is passed, simply and
solely for the benefit of Mr. Camp-
that is for the benefit of the Florida.,

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Six months, in advance. .
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance. .
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Power Company. It is asking the
people of Ocala to give away some something
thing something that belongs to them, without
obliging anybody to give them any anything
thing anything in return.
If it hadn't been that the city char charter
ter charter of 1897 stood in the way, this
right and property of the city would
probably have been taken from them
last year and given to the Florida
Power Company. Mr. Camp wanted
the contract to supply the city with
current, and a majority of the council
was willing to give it to him. The
people didn't approve of the attempt
to take their electric business away
from them, a3 last December's elec election
tion election plainly showed.
The second -paragraph of Mr.
Camp's amendments says:
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 city, shall be presented
to the council, praying that the ques question
tion question of granting such franchise shall
be submitted to and passed upon by
the registered voters of the said city.
This amendment, if passed, would
give a fine opening for gumshoe work.
Almost any prominent citizen can
pick up signatures of 20 per cent of
the registered voters to any paper he
may take around. Some would sign
it without reading it, a good many
without understanding it, and some
for a drink. We don't believe Mr.
Camp would buy votes with drinks or
anything else; but a few weeks ago
he had circulated a petition which a
good many people signed just to oblige
him. Some of those who signed it told
representatives of this paper that if
the matter concerned came to a vote,
they would vote against it.
Twenty per cent of the voters is
probably enough for such a purpose if
they know, and everybody else knows,
what they are doing, and if Mr. Camp
had embodied in the proposed amend amendment
ment amendment that a request for a franchise
should not be circulated for signatures
until it had been published in one of
the city papers for four weeks, it
would not be very objectionable.
So these are Mr. Camp's two
amendments. One is strictly in his
own interest the other can be put to
a bad use by any bunch of corrupt
politicians who may obtain temporary
power.
The Star does not regard the pros prospect
pect prospect of the Florida Power Company
obtaining the right to supply Ocala
with electric current with any appre apprehension.
hension. apprehension. As we have aforesaid, we
believe if it ever lands such a contract,
it will carry it out honestly and effi efficiently.
ciently. efficiently. It is now serving a large
number of towns and plants, and we
have never heard of any complaint
from any of them.
However, th people of Ocala have
this business in their own hands; it
has been used for a number of years
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to their advantage; it is only at its
beginning, and it has arrived at the

point where it can be greatly increas-l bf absenting himself from any reg reg-,
, reg-, . jT ular meeting of the city council shall

ea; ana we mm tney win De veryhave the sum of 750 deducted from
foolish if they allow it to pas3 out cf j such salary, unless he had first se se-their
their se-their control. i cured the written consent of the
Now, let us consider the amend- President of the council to be absent.

ments that will be asked for by the!

council. Some of these amendments j kard work, and it is only common jus jus-are
are jus-are much needed, some needed not so j tice that we pay them. The sum
much, and some maybe not needed at j total will be $1620 a year, and deduc deduc-all.
all. deduc-all. But they are asked for by the j tions for non-attendance will probably

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tneir positions oy ine votes oi tneir ?
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fellow citizens; while it may not be
improper, even tho it be a little un unkind,
kind, unkind, to remark that Mr. Camp has
not been elected to help govern the
city, either in Ocala or Tallahassee.
The first of the amendments is a3
follows:
That all taxes which are levied by
said city upon real and personal prop property
erty property shall be collected substantially
in the same manner provided by law
for the collection of state and county
taxes, or that may be hereafter pro provided,
vided, provided, in so far as the same is appli applicable;
cable; applicable; that the city council of said
city shall be the equalization board for
said city in such matters and that it
shall be empowered to provide by or ordinance
dinance ordinance for the hearing and adjusting
of all complaints in such matters, and
for the time of assessing and collect collecting
ing collecting such taxes, the opening and clos closing
ing closing of the tax books, the duties of
the tax assessor in relation to the re return
turn return and assessment of property, in
addition to the powers already con conferred
ferred conferred in 'such matters upon said
council; that any property not taxed
for any year by reason of omission or
error, or that escaped the payment of
the taxes for any year by reason of
such error or omission shall be taxed
the next ensuing year for both the
tax for the year in which such error
or omission occurred in addition to
the taxes for such ensuing year.
We do not see why any man who is
willing to honestly bear his share of
the public burdens should object to
this, and it will make the load of hon honest
est honest taxpayers easier to carry by com compelling
pelling compelling the dishonest ones to come
across.
II.
To empower said city to levy a spe special
cial special tax annually not to exceed one
mill on all property taxable by said
city, for the maintenance or assist assistance
ance assistance of hospitals, band concerts, and
rest rooms within the corporate limits
of said city, and to secure publicity
for said city.
This amendment may be turned
down, but it is for a good purpose, and
the amount it would make each one
pay would be too flight for anyone to
notice. Some of the greatest cities of
Europe have had such enactments in
their laws for many years, and the
people have approved of them.
III.
To empower said city to furnish
electric current and power to all per persons
sons persons either within or without the cor corporate
porate corporate limits of said city that the
city council of said city shall see fit;
to build, operate and maintain elec electric
tric electric trolley lines either within or with without
out without the corporate limits of said city
for the transportation of passengers
and freight, and to make such charges
for such transportation as said coun council
cil council shall see fit, and to issue bonds in
accordance with law for such purpos purposes
es purposes as in the case of other municipal
purposes.
If the city is to continue to own
and operate its own electric plant, of
course this amendment is needed, and
it is not likely to be opposed by any anybody
body anybody who favors the city retaining
such control. It will cripple the use usefulness
fulness usefulness of our city plant and detract
from its revenue if it is not allowed
to furnish current for all factories
and trolley lines that may be operat operated,
ed, operated, not only in the corporate limits,
but anywhere in the nearby territory.
If Mr. Camp opposes this, his reason
will be obvious.
IV.
To empower said city to make and
enter into contracts with any of its
own officers until such a time as the
I census of population of said city shall
snow it to contain more than 10,000
inhabitants.
The Star is informed that this sec section
tion section is contrary to the constitution; if
so, it is not likely to be pressed fur further
ther further than bare mention. It would be a
convenience to cities the size of Ocala,
but it is not a vital matter, and no nobody
body nobody has it much at heart.
V.
That there shall be a city clerk, a
city treasurer and a city collector
elected annually by the city council in
accordance with law, whose powers
and duties shall be such as snail be
fixed by the city council of said city.
This is only a technical matter, and
wre don't suppose anybody objects to
it.
VI.
To empower said city to issue in industrial
dustrial industrial bonds not to exceed $50,000,
to encourage and assist in the estab establishment
lishment establishment of factories and enterprises
within the corporate limits of said
city, and to make such loans to the
owners or parties interested in such
enterprises or factories as may be ap approved
proved approved bv a majority of the bond trus trustees
tees trustees of said city, provided. the interest
charged on such loans is not to be less
than the interest paid on such bonds.
The gentlemen who originated this
had the best interests of the city at
heart. They want to build up Ocala
industries and attract more people to
come here. It is a power we should
not be afraid to put in the hands of
the present council. It could be put
to very bad use by corrupt men. The
Star understands the legislature can cannot
not cannot give this power.
VII.
To empower the said city to re reassess
assess reassess paving and sidewalk special as assessments
sessments assessments which may be void by rea reason
son reason of irregularities and errors; anr
to empower the said city U
serve notice on unknown property
owners or absent property owners by
publication in newspapers when such
property owners may be required to
construct any street or sidewalk pav paving
ing paving on any property by said city.
A very good amendment, and would
considerably lighten the load of those
who are toting the whole pack now.
IX.
. That the members of the city coun-

cil are to each receive the salary of
S15 per month, and that any mem-

Our councilmen do a great deal of j
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business man, let alone nine.
X.
That only the duly qualified and
registered voters of the said city who
possess real or personal property sub subject
ject subject to taxation by said city to the
amount of $200 and who have paid the
taxes last due thereon shall be per permitted
mitted permitted to vote in any election called
for the purpose of issuing bonds of
the said city.
This is the most necessary amend amendment
ment amendment of the lot, and we do not think
that the legislature can find any ex excuse
cuse excuse for not granting it. A man who
can't or won't pay $1.50 to $2 a year
cn the expenses of his home town has
no right to a vote in an election that
may saddle $250,000 worth of bonds
j on his more energetic neighbors.
XI.
That no franchise of any kind shall
be granted by the city of Ocala, to
any person, firm or corporation, with
out the consent of a majority of th th-registered
registered th-registered voters of the city of Ocala
voting at an election for that purpose
called and that any person, firm o.
corporation desiring to secure any
such franchise shall deposit with the
city clerk of the said city at such
time as shall be fixed by the city
council, a sufficient sum of money, the
amount thereof to be fixed by the city
council, sufficient to defray all the ex
penses of calling and holding such an
election.
This is almost. as important as its
precedessor. Many of America's big biggest
gest biggest cities have suffered severely from
not having such a safeguard against
graft in their charters, many have put
it in and others are following suit. It
is recognized all over the country as
a most necessary provision of muni municipal
cipal municipal government.
Now, we will make Mr. Camp a
proposition. Let him cut out this ar article,
ticle, article, paste it on a big sheet of pa paper,
per, paper, go around town, submit it to the
registered voters, who are property
owners, see that each one reads it,
and obtain the signatures of 100 who
disapprove of it. If he will do this,
we will try to obtain the signatures
of 100 voters of the same class who
will declare that Mr. Camp has done
perfectly right in trying to nullify
the election of Oct. 28, and that he
should be allowed to push the amend amendments
ments amendments he desires to the city charter
thr.ii the legislature without opposi opposition.
tion. opposition. Its Mr. Camp's move.
Billy Sunday may be the big noise,
but its the quiet, every-Sunday
preacher, seldom heard of outside his
home town, that is doing the work.
When a man with as English a
name as Willis B. Powell prints his
newspaper on green sheets on St. Pat Patrick's1
rick's1 Patrick's1 day, home rule in Ireland be becomes
comes becomes entirely probable.
The Ocala Star says the newspapers
of the state can break up gambling at
Palm Beach if they but try Can't be
done! The newspaper man hasn't
enough money to sit in a game very
long. Clearwater Sun.
The newspapers, however, can sit
in the game till the bad place freezes,
and then sit on the ice.
The Star regrets to learn that its
clever Belleview correspondent, Miss
Ellie Tremere, is quite sick this week.
Not only those of Belleview, but all
our readers, will miss her usual newsy
and entertaining letter.
Mr. Lucius M. JEmerson, the blind
Bob Burman of Fruitland Park, wras
in the city today, on his way home
from Micanopy. In spite of his blind blindness,
ness, blindness, Mr. Emerson is one of the most
daring autoists in the country. He
has a powerful Hudson Six car and
employs a skillful chauffeur, who
knows how to get every inch of speed
out of the machine. It is Mr. Emer Emerson's
son's Emerson's delight to sit back in his car and
feel it traveling with him at a mile
a minute, which it never fails to do
when the road is good and clear. It
was the writer's pleasure to come up
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from Belleview with him one night a
few weeks ago, and except on an ex express
press express train he never rode a dozen
miles so fast in his life. The gait was
a mile a minute for most of the dis distance,
tance, distance, yet the heavy car traveled far
more smoothly than many lighter
ones at a third the speed. Sometimes
Mr. Emerson drives the car himself.
How he does it, no once can imagine,
but he does, making out the road
ahead with unerring accuracy; by
means of a sixth sense, perhaps. Mr.

Emerson is a man of the highest in intelligence,
telligence, intelligence, and does so many things
so well that sometimes it is difficult
to believe he is blind.
CARL DUPREE
Mr. Carl Dupree died at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Du Dupree
pree Dupree at Reddick last evening. Carl
was 19 years old and numbered his
friends by his acquaintances not only
at Reddick, where he was born and
reared, but all over the county. His
death was caused by blood poison.
Some days ago he spilled a quantity
of gasoline into his shoe and thought
nothing of it at the time. It however
caused his foot to become irritated,
and later blood poison set in, result resulting
ing resulting in his death.
The funeral will be held this after afternoon
noon afternoon at Millwood cemetery.
The family has the deepest sympa sympathy
thy sympathy of friends and neighbors in its af affliction.
fliction. affliction. ROBERT HOLLY
Oxford, March 15. It is a sad duty
to chronicle the death of one of our
young men, just blooming into man manhood
hood manhood Robert Holly, the eldest son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Holly of this
place, and who was widely known in
Marion county. Robert, as we all
knew him, had been away for some
time working further south, and
came home a few days ago ill. He
was not thought to be very sick at
first, but in spite of all that loving
hands could do, he passed away to
the Haven of Rest, Saturday, March
Cth.
Only a few weeks ago, he seemed to
be in the best of health, and his un unexpected
expected unexpected death is a mighty shock to
his father, mother and little brother,
and will leave a gloom of sadness
in the once happy home for a long
time to come.
In this sad event we are again re reminded
minded reminded that death is abroad in the
land among the young and rising,
as well as the older ones, and that
death is no respector of persons.
Robert was only about nineteen
years of age; and in spite of the im immutable
mutable immutable laws of God, we regret to
see our loved one taken away in their
tender years; but all we can do is to
submit to the will of the creator of
all things. His remains were layed
away, Sunday, March 7, at the Pine
Level cemetery in the presence of
many nighbors and his grave bore
many beautiful flowers.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Holly
join in sympathy for them. They wish
to thank all their friends for their
kindness during his short illness.
A Friend.
MRS. IVY MYRTLE BELL
Will appear March 19th in costume
recital in place of the Shaksperean
recital "As You Like It," owing to in inability
ability inability to get up the play with local
talent. Mrs. Bell 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.
Hie most complete line of high
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years, and it affords me pleasure to
state that I have found them to be
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SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an execution issued
out of and under the seal cf the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of Marion county, Florida,
of date March 4th, 1915, in that cer certain
tain certain cause pending in said court in
which M. C. Kiser Company, a cor corporation
poration corporation organized and existing under
the laws of the state of Georgia, is
plaintiff, and F. M. Harp and J. N.
Tiller, co-partners doing business un under
der under firm name of F. M. Harp & Com Company,
pany, Company, are defendants, I have levied
upon the property situate in Marion
county, Florida, more particularly de described
scribed described as follows: Sw'i of swi
except 7.73 chains square in north northwest
west northwest corner, and 7.73 chains square in
southeast corner of nwU of sw4 of
sec 15, tp 12 s, r 23 e, nwU of nw,i
of sec 22, tp 12 s, r 23 e, w of neVi
of seli of sec 8, tp 13 s, r 24 e, seU
of seU of seU of sec 8, tp 13 s, r
24 e, lot 10 except 10 chains north
and south by 18 chains east and west
in northwest corner, of sec 9, tp 13
s, r 24 e,"lot 12 except 110 yds square
in southwest corner, and lot 13 except
110 yds north and south by 220 yds
east and west in southwest corner,
sec 9, tp 13, s, r 24 e, of seU of
neU of sec Jlt tp 13 s, r 24 e, lots 9,
10, 12, 14, 15 and 16 of Eureka, in
section 9, tp 13 s, r 24 e, and that the
undersigned will sell said lands at
public outcry, to the highest and best
bidder for cash on
Monday, April 5th, 1915
between 11 o'clock in the forenoon
and 2 o'clock in the afternoon, in
front of the west door of the Marion
county court house in Ocala, Florida,
to satisfy said execution and the
costs thereon. John P. Galloway,
Sheriff of Marion County, Florida.
D. Niel Ferguson, 4-thur
Plaintiff's Attorney.

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DESFAHWG WIFE

Fear Years cf Discouraging
Conditions, LIrs. Bollock Gave
Up xa Despair. Husband
Cms to Rescue.

Catron, Ky.In an interesting letter
from this place, Airs. Bettie Bullock
rritcs as follows: "I suffered for four
years, with womanly troubles, and during
this tune, I could only sit up for a little
while, and could not walk anywhere at
CL At times, I would have severe pains
la rny left side.
-n;2 doctor was caned in, and his treat treat-cent
cent treat-cent relieved me for a while, but I was
coon confined to my bed again. After
tha. nothing seemed to do me any good.

I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and I gave up in despair.
At last, my husband got me a bottle oi
Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com commenced
menced commenced taking it. From the very firsu
dose, I could tell it was helping me. 1
can now walk two miles without its
tiring me, and am doing all my work."
If you are all run down from womanly
troubles, don't give up in despair. Try
Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped
more than a million women, in its 50
years of continuous success, and shr uld
surely help you, too. Your druggist has
sold Cardui for years. He knows what
it will do. Ask him. He will recom-

menr it Begin taking Cardui today.

Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Ladles'
Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga, Tenn.. lor Special
Instructions on your case and 64-page book. Horn
Treatment for Women," sent In plain wrapper. J-i

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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 kinds of disease germs, including
those of tuberculosis, diphtheria tnd
Influenza.

Try one of those frosted pints of

Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

Supper was a Great Success
The ladies of the Christian church
held their cafeteria supper last eve evening
ning evening at the armory and it was a preat
success from every standpoint. As
soon as the -doors opened people
thronged the place to get their eve evening
ning evening meal.
The manner of serving was some something
thing something new in Ocala, and this conect conect-ed
ed conect-ed with the fact that some of the
city's best known cooks were in
charge of the affair, drew over two
hundred people to the armory to par partake
take partake of the attractive menu they had
prepared.
Mrs. Blocher, Mrs. Winston and (

Mrs. Hightbwer were in charge of the
improvised kitchen and attended to
the replenishing of the serving tables,
where each item of the bill was super supervised
vised supervised by a charming maid or matron.
The serving tables were conducted
by Mrs. B. F. Borden, Mrs. F. E.
Wetherbee, Mrs. II. W. Tucker, Mrs.
Sterling Hooper, Mrs. J. T. Burgess,
Mrs. H. S. Chambers, Miss Nellie
Beckham, Miss Mamie Taylor, Mrs. F.
B. Beckham and Mrs. R. T. Weaver.
Mrs. H. S. Wesson, Mrs. B. F. Condon
and Dr. R. T. Weaver presided at the
cashier's desk and checked up the
tickets which were punched as the
customer secured his "rations" by
those in charge of each particular de department.
partment. department. The guests were met at the door by
Mrs. S. S. Duvall, Mrs. E. H. Martin
and Miss Mary Marshall and "prompt "prompted"
ed" "prompted" as to just how to proceed to get
at the good things waiting for them.
The wants of the diners after they
had been served with food were at attended
tended attended to by the following list of at attractive
tractive attractive "waitresses": Misses Louise
Spencer, Wenona Wetherbee, Ethel
Haycraf t, Mary Connor, Marcella Mc Mc-Clain,
Clain, Mc-Clain, Ruby Cappleman, Anna Belle
Wesson, Louise Rentz, Theo Beckham
and Annie Mae Griffin. Mrs. Bowers
and Mrs. Whitfield were general sup supervisors
ervisors supervisors of the affair.
Every patron of the cafateria wras
well satisfied with the bill of fare,
the service and the exceedingly mod moderate
erate moderate charges.
The proceeds of the affair were
donated to the improvement fund of
the church and will be used for re re-carpeting
carpeting re-carpeting the entire building.
Improved Her Opportunities
To the Woman's Club of Ocala:
My dear Friends: I wish to thank
you for the most enjoyable and in instructive
structive instructive trip of my life. I feel una unable
ble unable to tell you just how much good my
trip did me. I am going to try to do
my very best to pass on what I have
learned. It will surely be a pleasure
for me to do so.
We were kept so busy we did not
have time to get lonesome and think
about home. Everyone was trying to

get all there was to be had out of the

trip in the way of learning. We were
required to attend two and sometimes
three lectures a day and every one
was extra good and instructive. All
pertaining to the home and home
management just what we needed
most to hear.
The cooking lessons were fine. We
were taught to cook the same things
we all cook, but in different ways, so
as to make them more attractive and
with greater nutritive value, some something
thing something that is so little understood or
even though of in so many of our
country homes.
I believe if the housekeepers' short

course in home economics, Tallahas

see, Fla., was better understood by

more of our people, they would hardly

be able to care for all that would be

there another term. All should go
that care to improve the homes. They
have over 300 students (girls) there
now, all just as pleasant and sweet as
could be. I would recommend the
Woman's College at Tallahassee, to
any mother who has girls to send
away to school and wants them look looked
ed looked after even more carefully than they
could be at home.

We were entertained in some of the

best homes and shown over the capi capi-tol
tol capi-tol building. At the end of the short
course each one received a diploma,
for we all had done the very best we
could of the work given us.

Thanking you again for your kind

ness to me, I shall try in every way I
can to pass the knowledge gained to

my friends and neighbors around me.

Gratefully yours,
Florence M. Priest.
Anthony, Fla., March 15, 1915.
An Irish Party
Miss Irma Brigance gave an Irish

party last night in honor of Miss Mar Mar-jorie
jorie Mar-jorie Taylor. Miss Brigance asked

Miss Taylor to come to her home and
spend the evening, saying nothing
about a party. When Miss Taylor ar

rived to spend a quiet evening with

her friends, imagine her surprise to

find about forty young people to greet
her.
The rooms were very prettily dec decorated
orated decorated in the colors of Erin. The
young ladies wore middy blouses and
skirts and green ties. There was mus music,
ic, music, and games of all kinds, one of
which was, An Automobile Romance,
a story with blank spaces to be filled
in, Miss Donnie Taylor and Mr. Ful Ful-cher
cher Ful-cher winning the prize, a nut set. Mr.
Hayes was awarded the prize for the
best Irish joke. Miss Taylor wras pre presented
sented presented with a handsome nut set as
honor guest. Refreshments were serv

ed in Irih style. Miss Brigance was
assisted in entertaining her guests by
her mother, Mrs. R. E. Brigance, Mrs.
A. J. Brigance and Miss Mabel Aiken.
Those present were: Misses Mar Mar-jorie
jorie Mar-jorie Taylor, Dovie Gates Mabel Aik Aiken,
en, Aiken, Susie Morris, Ella Bogie, May
Sykes, Florence Samson, Helen Jones,
Jewell Carroll, Mary Lou Luckie,
Garnet Eose, Jettie McConn and Mary
Landers, Messrs. Claude Cam, Fred
Fort, Hayes, Taylor, Turner, Frazier,
Fulcher, Samson, Boyd, Aiken, Ellis
Brigance, Ray Garrett, McCranie,
Mack Carter, Tom Fullen, Sam Chris Christian,
tian, Christian, Jennings and Raymond, Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Brigance, Mrs. W. T. Whit Whitney
ney Whitney and Mrs. Davenport.

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Habit' .fc. W '!

The Chautauqua
The two concerts yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon and last night by Cap's Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua Orchestra were delightful. In
introducing the six young men com composing
posing composing it, Dr. Varncy said they were
not musical artists, but musical en entertainers,
tertainers, entertainers, and quickly did the audi audience
ence audience discover that they are entertain entertainers
ers entertainers of the first order. The young men
are from the same town, Belfontaine
O., and for their road name they took
the nick name of their "leader, Mr.
Cappell, hence Cap's Orchestra. They
play the best of music in a pleasing,
individual style -with a "go" and a
"vim" that makes them favorites with
the Chautauqua crowd.
Mr. Cappell, in announcing the
numbers, tells interestingly the his history
tory history of each piece, which adds to the

enjoyment of the audience. One of
the most pleasing numbers at the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon concert, was "The Barnyard
God," played especially for the child children.
ren. children. Every barnyard inhabitant was
distinctly imitated. "II Trovatore,"
melodies from the opera "High Jinks,"
"In the Clock Store," were among the
other numbers played, and last night's
entertainment included varied selec selections,
tions, selections, concluding with the "March of
Nations," with our national march as
the finale.
At 3:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
Prof. Karl Jansen, Swedish physical
culturist and entertainer, opened a
three days' engagement. The work
of Prof. Jansen covers a broad field in
the line of education and amusement.
He is a member of the University of
Virginia's summer school faculty and
advanced educators find in him a true
exponent of the principles advocated
by that system of gymnastics founded
by Arthur Ling.
Prof. Jansen is a strong advocate
of military training and he opened his
first engagement by saying: "Phy "Physical
sical "Physical culture is what God Almighty
intended and not physical torture."
Quoting "Teddy" Roosevelt, he will be
delighted when every school adopts
military training. "One good has
grown out of the war," he said: "the
debutante slouch cf two years ago has
gone and in it3 place we have the up upright
right upright military carriage. The world
judges you as you look look your
part."
Last night Prof. Jansen devoted a
portion of his hour and a half talk to
telling about some of the beauties and
customs of his native country, "The
Land of the Midnight Sun." He dis discussed
cussed discussed dancing, neither condoning nor
approving it, but he condemned the
modern dances, calling them "rotten
foolishness." A reading from King
Richard III. and "How People Make
Love," the latter depicting love mak making
ing making in Germany, love making in the
days of our grandfathers and the
present day automobile love making,
were interesting features of his eve evening
ning evening entertainment.
The speaker illustrated his lectures
with different exercises, such as the
straightening of the shoulders, back
and legs. "Physical culture," said the
speaker, "so-called, has been known to
kill. This is what the Swedish rule
guards against. You Americans are,
I know, the greatest people in the
world, but you have something to
learn from my country. When a girl
or boy knows how to stand and how to
hold the body, he or she will never
have a severe fall. Another rule, is
when you are tired, quit."

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Ocala .ivfSiAu aiAiU tmmSDAY, MAUCfl 18, 1915
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Masons meet tonight.

Moose meet this evening.

Smoke Cubar Club, 5c Cigar.
-' Mr. L. S. Light of Reddick was in
town today.

Dr. E." C. Hubbard of Bushnell is in

the city.

Representative Henderson was in
town today from his home at Lynne.

Mr, J. B. Peek of Reddick, wa3 at
the Harrington last night.

Mrs. W. P. Price of Dunnellon was
a guest of the Harrington last night.

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Yesterday's Tampa Times contained

pictures of the members of the Rotary

club, and in glancing over them we

noted the following who were for formerly
merly formerly citizens of Marion county and

p!v; J. A. Griffin. Geo. R.

McKean and G.: A. Petteway.
Messrs. Norton Davis and R. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson Jr., are home from Lakeland,
where they saw practice baseball
cames. between the Philadelphia Ath

letics and Louisville Colonels, and
made mental notes to refer to on the
Ocala diamond.

Dr. J. Waiter lioocrs new office tele telephone
phone telephone number is 284. 15-tf

Mr. James A. Coleman, who has
been a patient at the Marion County

I w t J.... A 4- r. VZa Vissvva of

Mr. n. E. Winston was a business Hospital, nas reiuuu w

sville vesterday. Coleman.

In giving the names of the sheriffs After suffering severely for several
here yesterday, the Star unintention- days with a stye on his left eye,
ally omitted Sheriff Ramsey of Alach- County Judge Smith is able to be out

ua: also, ironce mex Huuutvaiu i

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AH varieties Oi seeu corn, aisu iiiii-

rru ri' c;. rn i nnint.inP' the lot and sorchum, now in and for sale

i lit k?itiA w w f -e i w

d is W the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf.

xair arunc uvu uiuuu;i i

making a very handsome job of it.

Judge Bullock finished court pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings at Tavares yesterday, and

returned home today.
Mr. C. N. Hampton was in town to today
day today and informs the Star that there
will be a dance at the Woodman hall
in Martel tomorrow evening.

Mr. E. D.'Rou of Reddick was in

town today.

Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Rice and Mr.
and Mrs. Fast of Citra were in town

today in Mr. Fast's car.

Dr. Varney Lectured on Habits
This morning at 10:30 o'clock Dr.
Chas. E. Varney gave a splendid lec

ture on habits at the Temple before a

large audiencer which included the

entire high school and faculty and
the eighth grade students. Habit is

nature's time saving gift, the speakef I f

said, and he began nis aennue aw

practical subject discussing the nabit
of walking, showing why. and how
persons from infancy do it. Breath Breathing
ing Breathing and assimilation are the only
two habits that are not learned.
To demonstrate his lecture Dr. Varv

ney used a blackboard, thereby mak making
ing making his points clearer and more force

ful. Nature is no respector of carry carrying
ing carrying habits, bad and good ones travel
over the same path.
Dr. Varney gave and 'illustrated
four laws on how to overcome bad
habits and form new ones. They are:
First, break off bad habits by getting

new ones: second, launch them with

he right emotional interest; third,

erect a sentinel in paths oi nervous

discharge, and, fourth, never refer to
old nabits.

At the afternoon session Cap's or

chestra gave another of its delightful

entertainments, followed by Prof.
Jansen, who spoke on exercises in

the home and at school. He gave

blackboard illustrations of stigmat-

ism and curvature of the spine, inter

spersing his lecture with poems. Prof.

Jansen has a magnificent physique, is

the son of a minister and 38 years of

age. Today he visited the public
schools.

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peciaily to consult Dr. Rogers. Mrs. ;

Reed has been in ill health for sever-;

ai months and if in the next few

weeks she doesn't improve she will Chicago, March
have to enter the hospital for treat- j 1.544.

ment and possibly an operation.

THE 3IAKKETS

18. May wheat, j

Corn, 74.
Oats, GOU.
Pork, 17.65.
lard, 10.G5.

Mrs. H. H. MacDonald, after a visit ;
to her son, Mr. J. D. MacDonald of this
city, left today for Jacksonville to j
visit another son, Mr. C. H- MacDon-
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aia- HEALTH PROMOTES HAPPINESS Fl

nibs, 10.10.

Mrs. Laura Wellhoner has returnv w;fvrtr vMnu o; ,w i im.l

a visipto friends at McIh- without cood diffestion and;

regular bowel movement you cannot

.have health. Why neglect keeping

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. r , I powels open and risk being sick ana i
teachiner schofil at Palmetto, has re- .,. ..

, , : i ainng: x ou aon t nave to. iaiceone!

We Cut Our Meals

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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.
VT. IT. MARSH
PHONE 10S Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery

small ur. ivine s xew l-ixe trwi ax t

- night, in the morning you will have aj

full, free bowel movement and leel

turned to hei jhome at Eureka.

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WEATHER TtEPX)IiT

much better. Helps your appetite,!

This report is made from observa-jT Tv- ,i.i. aav if

tions taken daily by Mr. r. kj. a.
Weihe, official observer for the gov-

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS

from Our own farm daily.'Open night

and-TiairrMTenafffr

Seventeen tourists went down the
Oklawaha on the Daylight Line boat

this morning.

Mr. J. A. Sewell of Brooksville, was

the. guest of his son, Mr. Carl Sewell
at the Harrington Tuesday. He came
up especially to hear ex-Congressman
Hobson's lecture at the Chautauqua.

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Col. J. M. Martin, one of Marion'

Hictinirmshed citizis. is celebrating

his eighty-third birthday today, and
the congratulations of his

v.www cm

ends on being so young for his a

ernment.
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Partly cloudy tonight and Friday;

somewhat warmer Friday east and

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

The Daytona Beach Hotel, where
many Ocalans register while sojourn sojourning
ing sojourning at the beach, has been bought by
Mr. W. F. Ayers from Mr.T,. Johnson
and will be conducted after May 1 un

der thejiame of "The Kentucky,'' by

Mrs. Burgin and Mrs. Embry.

Our prescription department is our

tn-ide. Ask the doctor. The Court

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Pharmacy. 17-6 1

Last week in the store formerly oc

cupied by C. R. Kreger, Mrs. M. F.

Dempsey of St. Petersburg, opened
the Dempsey Hat Shop, and with her

excellent line of hats, including Fisk
pattern hats which are a specialty,
has commanded a good patronage.
Mrs. Dempsey has assisting her Miss
Sella J. Ormstron and Miss Irene
Brett, both of St. Petersburg.

St. Patrick's Day
Mrs. R. E. Yonge delightfully en entertained
tertained entertained the Eastern Star Sewing
Circle Wednesday, honoring the birth birthday
day birthday of her daughter, Miss Erin.

Being St. Patrick's day the deco

rations, napkins and souvenirs were
suggestive of the occasion.
During the afternoon Mrs. Yonge
assisted by Mrs. F. W. Cook and
her daughters, Mrs. Sage and Mrs.
Yonce, served delicious refreshments
consisting of shrimp salad, wafers,

olives, cheese straws, coffee and cake.

W. K. Lane, 31. P., Physician and

Surcreon. specialist Eye. Kar, Nose

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and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.

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

No Meeting of Study Class

Thrp will be no meetine of the

study class tomorrow, Friday, on ac
count of the Chautauqua.

People who trade with the Rexall Anybody who desires to obtain fine
stores get best quality in everything, carnations should call on Mrs. Gable

Gerig's.

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Have your choice Pabst's creamy
'bock" cr Pabst's Blue Ribbon on

draft, at knnny's. 6-tf

SEE THE, FARM on the Silver

Springs road which furnishes the

Merchant's Cafe every day with
f fcesh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf

A larcre shinnvrnt cf Dennlson's

crepe paper, in all colors just receiv
i at the Court Pharmacy. 17-6t

Try thest delicious hot and cold i

drinks serveu at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 17-6t

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at the Japanese tea rooms, bhe nas

a large number of the most beautifu

ever seen here. Mrs. Gable's tea room
has won great favor, not only with

home folks, but with the tourists. She
is to be commended for her public

spirit in founding the "exchange" and
the good taste she displays in its
management.

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

We have just received a very large
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For Boys and Girls
We are showing more styles this season than

ever before. You will find the famous Oliver 16

Twist" and other styles in all materials
Prices from

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Mr. Albert Gerig returned home
from Baltimore this morning. He was
accompanied by Mrs. Gerig who met
him in Palatka. Mr. Gerig's friends

will be glad to see him looking better.

The Christian ladies at their cafe-
terie last night took in between $65
and $70 a very tidy little sum.
Mrs. Herbert Lattner entertained a
few friends informally at auction this

afternoon, the players for the two ta tables
bles tables including Mrs. Samuel Leigh,

Mrs. R. J. Perkins, Mrs. R. N. Dosh,

Misses Nellie Gottlieb, Ruby Gissen-

daner, Ethel Crosby, Mary McDowell

and the hostess. A handsome embroid

ered towel was awarded the guest

making top score. Concluding the
pleasant afternoon, Mrs. Lattner
served a fruit salad course with sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches and tea.

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Mk W. N. Meadows is entertain,

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msf ner orotner, Air. iviuiiins, ui .on-

inert on, u. Kj-, ai ner uume m vumwujf.

ey are atfw Ocala House for a few
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ays, ana wlt. inumaa wm a

our of SorftiFlorida, with toca

Grande as his stopping place. He has I

Ambitions to lana a big tarporrand we

trust "thai hglnay have-thg-'pleasure
before leaving the state.
Miss Mae Stein, who has been a
victim of the grip for several days, is
much better this afternoon.

AH! THE INVIGORATING
WHIFF OF THE PINE FORESTS!

Hnw it clears the throat and head

of its mucous ailments. It is this spir-
it of newness and vigor from the
health-srivinfir niny 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.

Business is always good at Gerig's,
because it is the Rexall store. 18-tf

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iii vieni !; crtps oi corn, eaiif, cuwik-ci, cm.i it:' j- iiuii, '-''" t

besides raising Hermuda, lihocies, rara, atal and otlier grasses lor nay ana j.a.siuic. wui ui
these crops available, cattle, sheep and hogs can luive green food the year round.
Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of
Lake Okeechobee Are Now Ready for Cultivation
These lands do not need draining other than small ditches pessary on any farm. Make a trip
to Okeechobee on the new division of the Florida East Co :st Hail way without delay, and see for
yourself just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is how only a trifle over twelve hours'
journey from Jacksonville.
Investigate This Wonderful -Country While You
Can Have a Choice of Locatior s for Your Farm
Vi will find it unexcelled for ccneral farminjr. livestock an i poultry raising and for growing all

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We wish to announce to the public of Cen

tral Florida that our large and up-to-date Bottling I
Plant i3 now open, ready for inspection, and visi- W

tors are welcome.
We are Bottling, for the trade only, our fa famous
mous famous Georgia drink,

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 Florida,
ida, Florida, at its regular session in 1915, for
a special legislation authorizing the
re-issue and validation of all outstand outstanding
ing outstanding county warrants issued by or un under
der under authority of the board of county
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.

RECOMMEMJS CHAMUIiU-

LAIN'S COUGH REMEDY

hamberlain'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 cf such a medicine," writes J. W.

Sexson, Montevallo, Mo. For sale by

all dealers. 3-l-15t

kinds of vegetables common to Florida as well as llie finest -.lru. truiL i m- lov. n and country
will grow at an amazing rate during the next few years. V.V also have excellent !:-;;d and town
lots at Chuluota and Kenansville the former a fine lake rlioii in 5emim.!o County suited to
fndt irmwiiiff. truckiiie arid ceneral farming, and the latter fertile pine land country in Osceola

rrrowinir.

County especially adapted to stock raising, general fanning and fruit growing.

full particulars to

Write todav for

C Elisro'Eola)
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the drink that is famous for its purity, that satis satisfies
fies satisfies the thirsty, refreshes the weary; pleases the
most fastidious taste. Every dealer in reach- of
Ocala should have our CHERO-COLA on sale.
We are also bottling a full line of carbonated
soft drinks.
Our plant is two blocks south of the square, on
Main street. :
CHERO-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Phone 521 -;- Ocala, Fla.

Mrs. Edward Holder, Miss Alice
Bullock and Miss Jean Austin are ex expected
pected expected home this afternoon from
Lakeland, where they motored Sun Sunday
day Sunday in the former's car.

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Mv;. T). K. Mclver and sruest, Mr?.

P. M.Hay5ter of Hickory, N. C-, re

turned today from an over night visit
to Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Goodwinat

Woodmar.fThey went down especially

foattenlTthe St. Patrick celebration

at the yacht club last evening.

Mr. James Brooks of the First Na

tional Bank, Tampa, who has been
on an extended visit to his parents,
H.T.. rr Mrs- J. H. Brooks, has re

turned to Tarn pa
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Born, to Mrl and Mrs. J. c7HiD,
Tuesday night, daughter at the
home of Mrl Hill's grandparents,

pov jinrl Mrs. I! W. Osrle. on North

vlIagnolia streeU
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rr s. H. Blitch. Mrs. Blitch and

Miss Legie were in town today from

their home at Blitchton,

Mrs. Minnie Bailey Reed was a re recent
cent recent visitor to Jacksonville, going es-

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Danger of Tco fyluch Talk.

Don't talk too much. Just nfter you

have talked n n n into baying, if you

keep e n t!J: r vou Till talk him out

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J. E. INGRAHAM, Vice-President
Land and Industrial Department, Florida East Coast Railway
Room 200 City Building ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

NOTICE

The state and county tax books

will close accoiJinsr to the laws of

Floridc on the last day of March.

Come as early as you possibly can

thus avoidincr the bifr 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 cf 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 answef as fast as we possi possibly
bly possibly can and as near as practical all
letters in the order in which they
were received. Yours very truly,
W. L. COLBERT,
3-4-S0d Tax Collector-

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