SHIPS HAVE ADVANCED ONLY
London, March 19. The accurate'
fire of the German' gunners, 'working j
the great Krupp guna in the Turkish
forts of the Dardanelles, has caused a
cessation of the concentrated bom-!
bardment of the Turkish works by the
allied warships, says an Athens dis dispatch,
patch, dispatch, but the report that the Bouvet
has been sunk isdiscredited.
ALLIES NEED AN .ARMY
It begins tt look like it will be im impossible
possible impossible to force the Dardanelles
without the' cooperation of land forces.
A quarter of a million Turks are con concentrated
centrated concentrated along the Dardanelles and
shores of the Marmora sea to support
the greatly strengthened fortifica fortifications.
tions. fortifications. SHIPS DID NOT ADVANCE FAR
It now appears that the earlier re reports
ports reports of the allies' successes along
the Dardanelles were somewhat exag exag-'
' exag-' gerated. The straits have only been
cleared as far as Kephezburno, twelve
mile.1; from the entrance-
PUNCTURED A PRINCE
Crown Prince Ruprecht ? of Bavaria
has been severely wounded by the ex explosion
plosion explosion of a shell in a battle in the
Champagne district. ;
IIYNDFORD WAS HIT
The Glasgow steamer Hyndford
was torpedoed gff East Bourne jn the
Elnglish channel last night by a Ger German
man German submarine, butj she' was able to
GERM A NS HIT BLUE JACK ET
" The British steamship Blue Jacket
was torpedoed by a German submarine
off Beachy Head last night. This was
tJhe third steamer hit within twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four hours.' t
RISSI AN CONDITIONS
ARE NOT ROSEATE
EflVcts of the War Felt AH Over the
Czar's Vast Empire
Petrograd, March 19. Rosy re-4
- ports of, conditions in Russia are con constantly;
stantly; constantly; finding their way abroad. One
would almost believe on reading these
stories by correspondents of English
, birth and pro-British prejudices, that
Russia is better off now than in peace
i me inis is a siiaineiui imsuiike.
The war burdens are bitter hapd on
the lower t classes in the empire. Mis
ery is widespread.
It is true that the prohibition of
the use of vodka has done something
to alleviate the situation. .But the
effects are not as great as has been
heralded abroad. "'. What would be
called "blind tigers" in the United
States are springing up like mush mushrooms.
rooms. mushrooms. Their specialty -is "Tchant "Tchant-chi,"
chi," "Tchant-chi," said to be an imitation of a drink
by theChinese. It is much more
potent than brandy or. vodka.
Everywhere one hears complaints
about the rising prices of the neces necessaries
saries necessaries of life. Speculators are blam
ed, of course, in addition the taxes are
almost beyond endurance and hit the
peasants especially hard.
The use of horse flesh for food is
increasing. The government has re reduced
duced reduced the freight 'charges on horse
flesh, recognizing that it is now the
food of the very poor.
In the Polish provinces conditions
ere infinitely worse than in the inter interior.
ior. interior. The mst alarming reports come
from the small towns, where dire
poverty prevails. There is a Jack, of
coal, due to the German occupation
of the mines of Jaglebie. This has
necessitated the closing down of fac factories
tories factories and industrial establishments
rnd'has consequently impoverished
hundreds of thousands of Polish
workingmen. -In Warsaw fuel is so
high that four-fifths of the inhabitants
go without it. Candles have taken the
place of kerosene lamps.
Of all classes the Jews are suffer suffering
ing suffering mostj-. They are subject to pro pro-groms
groms pro-groms a in the past, in addition-to
their other troubles, and many have
been put I to death;
First of the season Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
2 ha 3
CTa "I "I "SB
THF FRRTS HAS CHFIffil THF HI I IFPilG m m mmm F W THHB
liWHflUNtblltU IHt MLLIto f jjpf j ATTEMPT Id BREAK THE GERMAN
1 FEB MILES 111 THE STRAUS JIIO IHHEIISE TURKISH
FORCES ARE OM THE SHORES
FRESH TROOPS POURING .INTO
FLANDERS AND NORTH NORTHERN
ERN NORTHERN FRANCE
Amsterdam, March 19. La?ge j
forces of Germans and Austrians arej
being hurried into Flanders and
France to meet the determined of-j
fensive of the British, French and Bel-
gians. j The Germans have suffered (
severely in Flanders and France re recently.
PLEASANT VIOLATION OF
Elaborate Observance of St. Patrick's
Day in the Evening
Editor Star: The Lake Weir Yacht
Club may be "a, perfect iady," but it
is not "a man of its word."
AVhen Jicarly 100 people sat down to
the St. Patrick's Day supper at the
club-house, they found beautifully
printed menu cards, done in the green greenest
est greenest of green ink, which held out high
hopes for a gustatory revel. For in instance
stance instance among the soups were hairpin
and whalebone; among, the fish" were
pikers and -suckers; among the cold
dishes were cold shoulder and frozen
fist; among the "roasts" were goat
wjth drawn butter, and umpire with
batter; among the game were poker,
pinochle and tennis; among the en-
trees was wood block with cement
sauce and liver pads; among the veg vegetables
etables vegetables were dead beets, chilblains and
lettuce alone, while the pastry afford afforded
ed afforded choice between glue mange, yeast
cake, linoleum glace and door jam in
family jars. "t
;But do you think that the diners
were permitted to partake of any of
these delectable products of the mod modern
ern modern delicatessen shop ? Not much. All
they had was Irish stew gallons of
it with the flavor of 'fthe old sod,"
and baked beans, of the genuine Back
Bay variety, and something like a
hundred other side lines, presented in
a fashion thaf would tempt a dyspep
tic to, his death. :
I had N heard that the. yacht club al always
ways always kept its promises, that when it
said a thing it meant it. But we vis visitors
itors visitors were rudely shocked and disap disappointed
pointed disappointed when we found that we really
could have none of the, astonishingly
attractive bill of fair. 'I made a few
quiet inquiries and was lead to be believe
lieve believe that Commodore Bickley must be
held responsible for the failure to pro provide
vide provide the articles of diet named on
the. bill of fare. I do not know what
would have happened if they had been
provided, for by the time the bot bottoms
toms bottoms of the stew kettle and the bean
pots had been reached, the services of
Dr. Henry, were in great demand to
relieve those pains which follow over overeating.
eating. overeating. .. :
T arn told by -those who know that
the absent members missed the epicu epicurean
rean epicurean feast of the club's history.
The dancing was' not needed to keep
warm, as the club house was comfort comfortably
ably comfortably heated, although a c6ld wind
whistled off the lake. But the daftc-
ing gave much enjoyment. It was as
great a medley as the menu with its
square dances and onesteps and hesita hesitations.
tions. hesitations. Miss Esther Boardman, of
New York City, a guest at the East East-lake
lake East-lake Hotel, gave a very artistic inter interpretation
pretation interpretation of the stirring Russian dance
and Mrs. J. G. Spurlin added to the
festivities with some clog steps.
The table decorations included a
beautiful Irish Harp that" might have
once resounded through Taras Halls.
It came from the Commodore's home,
and Mrs. Bickley supplied the women
with green paper caps and aprons
and the men with green neckties. It
was altogether a. proper celebration celebration-All
All celebration-All around the lake was represent represented
ed represented ,and,Ocala and Leesburg.
I am told .that the Ocala members
in r I m
OCA LA. FLORIDA.irH!-R)S
: j soldiers are fighting to pierce the
i German line and press on to Lille,
of the yacht club are annually miss-jcnd in the Champagne district, be being
ing being one of the rare treats of the sea-; tween Rheims and the Argonnes, the
son when they forget about St. Pat-; French have concentrated a vast army
rick's Day at the lake.
PREPARING TO IKE
ltlxu -AwiaiKAiiuA utVMJb
THAT BLOCKADE MUST BE
COMPLETE TO BE
Washington, March 19. The block-!
ade of Germany by Great Britain and
France must be real to give the allies
the legal right .to stop commerce to!
oermany m neuirai snips ana tnrougn
neutral countries. This is understood
rto be the position of the admmistra-
W,L tu t,u u
" uu ,s" "ring "if there is anv shortage in food i
council and is expected to form, the sup Hes in Gerrfiany. ; the English I
oasis ox, new -representations soon to
be made to Great Britain and Franrp. (
DOZEN STEAMERS AT
THE NEW YORK DOCKS
Arc Taking on Supplies for the Euro Euro-,
, Euro-, . pean Armies
New York, March 19. Work is be being
ing being rushed in f loading more than a
dozen steamers with ammunition
uns, supplies,' motor truck and other
materials for the belligerents. Sev
eral steamship companies have been
compelled to charter additional steam steamers
ers steamers to carry to Europe heavy cargoes
waUing on New York piers.
The steamer Malte is at .ther French
Line 'pier taking, on a 12,000-ton
cargo, said to be chiefly of war sup- L
plies, while another French vessel,
La Gascogne, is being prepared to
take horses to the allied armies on
The steamer, which was formerly in
vhe passenger service, was equipped
with stalls for that purpose.
The Philadelphia was to leave for
Liverpool at once with a large cargo
and the "St. Louis and JDrduna are
loading to sail Saturday. The Euro Euro-pa
pa Euro-pa and other Italian steamships sail sailing
ing sailing this' week have their aecks
crowded with horses and tlfeir holds
well filled with army supplies.
MR. JANSEN TO TEACH
PHYSICAL CULTURE HERE
Mr. Karl Jan sen, Swedish physical
culturist and entertainer Who today
concluded a three days' Chautauqua
engagement in this city, has been en engaged
gaged engaged by the scho'ol board to teach
Swedish gymnastics in the Ocala pub public
lic public schools for a week, the date to be
announced later. MrJansen will con conduct
duct conduct classes in physical culture, open
to town people and will conclude his
engagement with an entertainment at
the Temple on the last night.
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MADE TO MEASURE
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Paris, March 19. Two great drives :
against the Germans are now under:
way. A hundred thousand British;
j which is assaulting the German front
with relentless fury.
Nearly a million men are engaged.
It is reported that the allied gunnery
j is more effective because the allies
I are now
r using ammunition made in
I the United States, .which is taken to j
, prove u tne nest in me worm.
COMMUNICATIONS CUT j
The German line of communication i
ihas been destroyed northwest ot Ar-
ijras.. ihe French have made impcr-j
Kant gains near Eparges.
BEAT DOWN TWO BATTERIES
Two more Turkish batteries in the
Dardanelles are reported silenced.
Lcndcr, March 19.The Post j
nnh1uhprl n irryrtr fnfnv frnTn n n t
L i ? it t i i i
tral correspondent" m Berlin, declar-(
prisoners wIU be the first to bo starv. j
ROUTED ARMY OF CARRANZA AT
Juarez, Iarch 19. The constitu constitutionalists
tionalists constitutionalists today admit that- Villa's
army has defeated the Carranzaists
at Ramones and is pressing toward
Tampico. The Villalsts claim a great
victory, capturing" quantities of guns
and Ammunition and 500 prisoners.
SEEKING A MORE SALUBRIOUS
Chihuahua, March 19. Provisional
President Garza and his "cabinet will
leave Me'xico City for Chihuahua as
sooii as railway communication is re restored,
stored, restored, where the temporary capital
will be established Mexico City will
bc-made 'neutral, territory: t
The Athenian Society at its regular
meeting this afternoon- rendered the
Reading of minutes.
Subjc'ct: Story Telling.
Humorous story: Mollie Blalock.
Fairy story: Louise Toffaletti.
- Humorous story: Elizabeth Cow Cow-drick.
drick. Cow-drick. t
Fairy story: Virginia Beckham.
Ghost story 1 Ed Locke Eycleshimei.
Fairy story: Irene Henderly.
Fairy story: Margaret Edwards.
As this was a contest between the
seventh and eight grade pupils, the
judges'. Miss Dorothy Schreiber and
Miss Nan Brooks, decided in favor of
Irene Henderly of the seventh grade.
Society adjourned to meet- April 2.
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
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Take your choice. Pick the style you prefer. That's all ihere 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
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money. That is the English' Woolen t& ills method of doing business. Its
the ethod that guarantees the utmost clothes value for your money.
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ITALY'S DECISION TO STAY OUT
OF THE WAR OR GO IN
Rome, March 19. A special cour courier
ier courier from Berlin arrived in srreat haste
at the GeraaH embassy todav. It is
reported this afternoon that negotia-
tion, betWeen Austria and Itnlv Wp
entered the decisive state. The Vat-1
ican Ls exerting all its influence, to
preserve peace. v
A BIG ARMY OF RUSSIANS IS
cTpnii.v Anvivnvn th
Pfetrograd, March 19. Russian
troops in East Prussia are advancing
.onKr 1 n.u: t-u :ui.
j rapidly toward the Baltic. The inhab inhab-1
1 inhab-1 itants of Memel, at the approach of
S the Russians, are fleeing to Koenigs-
burg. The Russians expect to cap-j
turc Memel shortly.
DROWNED IN THEIR DUGOUTS
South of the Vistula river, spring
thaws are causing 9 lull in operations
except for artillery duels. Scores of
soldiers "have been caughtin their
"dugouts" and drowned.
The Agatheridan Sriciety held its
regular meeting March 19. 1915 Aft After
er After the minutes of the, preceding meet meeting
ing meeting had been read and approved the
following program was rendered:
Subject: Current Events.
Song, by school. -Essay
"The Attack on the Dar Dardanelles"
danelles" Dardanelles" Bessie Marshall.
Essay, "The Struggle Over the Ship
Purchase Bill and Its Effect on the
Wilson Administration" Mae Sikes. ;
Essay, 'The Present State of the j
Luropean Universities Tom Craw-
Essay, "Recent Inventions" Ther Ther-n
n Ther-n Hall.
Essay, "The Opening of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Exposition" Robert Blake.
. Piano solo, by Mabel Aiken.
. Debate;. Resolved, that the United
States should not allow firearms to be
sent to the belligerent nations of Eu
rune.. .Aiiiiiiianv t, uimiuuh 'naii, oiu-
ney Perry; negative, Lillian Smith,
The judges decided in favor of the
All varieties of seed. corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
bv the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf.
VEGETABLES. MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
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ATTACKED RUSSIANS fill BLACK SEA COAST ifl' DERATE
BRITISH 111 GARDEN OF EDEN
Constantinople, March 19. The
French battleship Bouvet has been
sunk by the Dardanelles forts.
Turkish warships, taking the offen
sive in the Black Sea, bombarded and j
fired the shipyards and torpedo de- j
stroyer station west cf the Russian
port of Theodosia. j
j The Turks have captured Korna at
the junction of the Tigris and Euph
rates rivers from the British.
SWEPT THE SOUDAN
j Accord in? tn Berlin. Hip British Aro
About to the Driven Out
Egypt is authority for the declara
ion that the -whole of the Sudan, in
cluding Khartum, and also parts of
! Nubia are in possession of the Der-
l 1 hp ctntPTTipnt'? of the traveler are t
published in the Vossische Zeitung.
He describes also air engagement near
Fashoda last December, in which
General Hawley, of the Briti?h army,
and a number of other
. officers, to'-
gether with almost 2,000 men, lost
4 The merchant in question relates a
story of the alleged uprising of the
Senoussi tribesmen in November. He
declares .that- they destroyed an Aus Australian
tralian Australian camp near the Pyramids on
November 19, killing 200 Australians
and capturing guns and provisions.
Later, in large force, not less than
80,000, they overflowed the entire pro-
vince of Fa yum and destroyed ,all
railroads, including the Cairo-Assuan
line. "December 1 they destroyed, the
Alexandria-Cairo railroad rjear Da Da-manhur.
Thousands of tribesmen responded
to the appeal of the Dervishes, and
n December 13 40,000 cf them march
White Nile, where. General-.Hawley
opposed them withA000 troops.' K
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tne men unaer iir.wiev .111 ine naiive
soldiers desertod to the Dervishes,
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leaving him with only 2,000 men. Most
of this contingent was killed, and
General Hawley and all his officers
fell. Nabus-El-Asi, command:ng the
Dervishes,, had all his prisoners de- j
vs a.resufi 01. mi, vicyiy m 1
native cmeis jomeu tne uervi?nes,
who on January 1 took po session of
the important military post at -Nasser,
in the district of Sennaar.
-..-This merchant : declares further;
more that the Dervishes destroyed ail
the telegraph lines in lower "Egypt.
No word of the conauest of the
puaan i.a aw.,v,u y, UUl.
Our prescription department is our
pr;de. Ask the doctor. The Court
People who trade with the Rexall
sloies gtt best reality in everything.
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean. 4f
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INVASION OF EAST PRUSSIA IS
BY SMALL BANDS OF
. Berlin, March 19. The Russian
claims of another successful invasion
of East Prussia -are denied emphat emphatically.
ically. emphatically. The Russian movement toward toward-Memel
Memel toward-Memel in northeastern Prussia is by
small bands of incendiaries who are
being driven back.
The Germans are bombarding Osso-
PUSHING FRENCH FROM THEIR
The Germans have repulsed the
! French north of LeMesnil and
! ausejouiv forcing the foe to retreat
i ,l'm L,it',r g"- portions m m?
A new. French offensive, with des desperate
perate desperate fighting, has begun southeast,
J DETERMINED TO MAKE CHINA
A JAPANESE DEPENDENCY
Advantage to the Full Being Taken
: lN Mikado of the War
London, March 19.- The Manehds-
for fluflra'an nnhli'i'npK whiit S f"r.
asa-' lete list of Japan.s
demands on China, and says editorial editorially
ly editorially that their ganeral effect would be
seriously to impair China's independ independence
ence independence and place entire provinces 'under
thft tutelage of Japan.'
The -paper compares the Japanese
'k-mrmds as rent out by press corrc-rpondents-at
Pel: in with the version
publish -cfiiciallv bv Japan.
"jt v.ill immediately-be apparent
, from this comparison," the paper con-
"that not only had many of
the most important demands been
omitted from the list as supplied to
the .pewes interested, but others had
been so modified, as to disguise their
1 real character. Thus .Tnn.m did not
indicate that whiLe sWs insisted China
j should agree not to alienate any por-
tion of her coastline or any islands
off her coast to a third power, she re retained
tained retained the right to demand herself ;
t.h'o l$ase of cession of such terri-
j lory. r ....
"Neither did Japan let it be known
that &he demanded exclusive mining
in the Yangtse basin, and she be al
lowed to construct railroads which"
would seikcrly affect 'British ir.teV ir.teV-e
e ir.teV-e 'ts in that region."
- When you think can ay, say Nun Nun-nally,
nally, Nun-nally, and when you say Nunnally
corne to Gerig'g.
. Hmcyour choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" cr Pabst's Blue Ribbon on
draft, at Jchnny's. 0-tf
Smoko Cuban Out, 5c Cigar.
WADE TO MEASURE
BAlTLESMIP IN THE STRAITS
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OCALA EVENING STAU, FRIDAY, MARCH 1J. 1913
CALA EVENING STAR'
" PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER '& CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
li K. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood,-Business .Manager
, J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Enteredat Oc-va. Fla., froatofflce as second, class matter.
ROUTE OF THE NEW
SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD
TEAM WORK RECOMMENDED
BY WILLIAM II. TAFT
Walter II. Clay, chief engineer for ; Ex-President Believes in an United
NOTHING IS TOO
RANK FOR NEVADA j
On year, in advance
lx montis, In advance. .
Taree months, in advance.-
On month, in advance
- O AA
One year- in advance .o.vv
Six months, in advance. ... 4.2 5
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance. . : .80
MULES LAWYERS AND EDITORS
I must thank Mr. Benjamin for that
excruciatingly funny reference tothe
mule, in which he likens the conduct
of Mr. Camp and myself ta that of a
mule "which" bucks a man off, and
then kicks him for f ailing." It has
made a deep impression on my plas plas-tic
tic plas-tic "kindergarten" mind so much so
that in future when I see a particu
larly stubborn, stupia muic,
male progenitor I shall immediately
reminded of the brilliant editor of
the Ocala Evening Star lu i- An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Jr. .'-
We thank our brilliant young, friend
for the comparison. In spite of hia
frequent stubbornness and occasional
cussednesa, the mule is an useful
member of society. We have heard
farmers and contractors, well ac ac-otiamted
otiamted ac-otiamted with both, say that mules
were more reliable than men. On the
other hand, the lawyers, one of whom
Mr, Anderson is which, exist simply
because men are not wise and kind
' enough to apply the wisdom and jus
tice .that the experience- of ages
" should have taught them. And editors'
exist simply because the majority of
the people are too busy or too lazy
to put such of their thoughts as have
to be printed into shape.' When the
world is better, it will be able to do
without lawyers; when it is wiser, it
will not need editors. But as long as
there is useful work to do,-the world
will need mules. We do not expect to
live to see that day, but Mr. Anderson,
is young, and if he adopts some other
" profession, liyes long and does his duty
with only an occasional "kicky the
world may-progress far enough irijhe
ext ; half century to honor him by
'" rVftrvfnir the fieure of a mule on his
A friend of the Star's says that
Germany, in the proposition that Aus-4
. tria : surrender territory, to ltaiy .in
order to keeD that country out of the
war, reminds him ; of ; Artenius Ward,
- who wrote to President Lincoln that
he was willing to sacrifice all of his
wife's relatives to the cause of the
Union; It is more than, probable,
however, that U Germany is willing
for Austria to give 'up territory now,
- it is with- the view of recovering it
? eotne day. The Germans'have an eye
tn that'' Adriatic, seacoast themselves.
The Star is glad to see the Japanese
busy rin China. The Chinese do not
like it, and as soon as the war is over
' be th Great Britain and Russia will go
to thejaid of 'the,. Chinese. In this
event,' the Japanese will he too busy
for some time" to give America any
trouble. Thi United : States is the
only power that has ever treated
China.with justiceand there is reason
'to hope that when that great power
finally wakes up it will be our firm
. friend. '""' r ;v -'
dollars worth of space free of charge
for the "good of the cause." Culture
may be all right, but a display of legs
properly geared to sensuous music
will draw the money every time.
Powell, you are more truthful than
polite. Tampa and St. Petersburg'are
rnt. the onlv nebbles on the beach,
the West Coast Construction and De
velopment Company, is now in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville making arrangements to con-
duct the survey for the Fort Myers, j
Marco Bay and Miami Railroad, and I
is expected to remain at the Hotel Ma-!
son until Friday night or later. The i
charter for the construction company,
in which a number of local men are
interested and which is said to have
all of the money needed for the $2,-
500,000 project ready at hand now
without solicitation for stock, was ex expected
pected expected from Tallahassee yesterday.
Mr. Clay will make the survey with
two assistants, the best that can be
secured. The road will start at Fort
Myers, according to Mr. Clay, and will
run down the west coast through Na Naples
ples Naples to Marco Bay, where the com
pany is planning to expend about
$500,000 on terminals, probably on
Marco Island. From Marco Bay the
road is to run almost directly east,
touching the .Big Cypress. When the
Nation in Days of Emergency
Chapel Hill, N. C, March 19. For
Speedy Divorce, Prize Fighting and
Gambling Legal in the Sage Sagebrush
brush Sagebrush State
Car?on City, Nev., March 19. The
i state senate yesterday passed a bill ;
last niirht, urjred the country's
huppori lor rresident wnson in xms j legali2ing pcoiroom betting and the
critical period of the nation's history-! !avinff of poker and other games. A
He declared that if there is party a!lowinff pari.mutuel betting on
criticism of the present policies they h d both houses several
miouiu ue oeierrea until tne crisis is
AN EMINENT SOURCE
The Southern Banker, of Atlanta, j
Weirdale, March 17 Mr. and Mrs.
C. F. Beck and little son, Billy, of
! Akron, O., who have been here some
time visiting with Mrs. Beck's moth-
A Valuable 72
Cook Book Hasdso
udu. in yoiors
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VEGETABLES ARE NOT INJURED
The truck growers of the county
are rejoicing over the escape of their
growing crops f rom-injury by frost.
Two or three nights this week, the
growers were very uneasy over the
fate of their beans, tomatoes and mel melons,
ons, melons, but all escaped without injury,
and the possibilities now for a frost
are very slight.
the leading journal of the south devot- M Conner, and grandfather, Mr.
eo to tanKing ana nnanciai anairs,jA A Bartlettj eft for home last
has the following to say of the Metro- j y., Th(? mother and grandfather
politan Savings Bank of this city, in starte1 them on their way by acCom acCom-its
its acCom-its current issue: j panvinff them a3 far as Ocala.
"The Metropolitan Savings Bank,; Mi;s IIariett Simpson is in Brooks Brooks-capitalized
capitalized Brooks-capitalized at $25,000 and with re-! viUe for an extended visit ith rela rela-sources
sources rela-sources of $55,000 is only a little more j d friends.
, i 11 i t 1
tnan one year oia, ana nas maue t xt o rf ri,ori0ctnn
.til. iw. t:aii vjw i lu-kufi
road touches the Everglades its course marked progress. The institution i jjj who ifas heen visiting here withj
omcreu uy coioreu men unu mi his brother. Rev. J. A. Logan, and;
direction, using the banks of the Mi- warm guidance and good will of the; ft weei. for Eustis Win-5
otner nanKS oi tne city oi ucam nas
" ; Judging by an editorial expression
- ire the St. Petersburg Times, : Straub
is calculating -oh cartooning somebody
; sometime in; the near, future. We will
be good, Straub. One of your car car-'
' car-' toons would make a terra cotta Chi Chinese
nese Chinese god disintegrate with sheer aii aii-,
, aii-, guish. ; In the meantime 'consider
yourself the' cannon rather t than the
In a vote of thanks passed, by the
, reception committee of the head camp
r of the-Woodmen, which recently 'met
in Lakeland, special mention was
made of the good wofk of State Man Man--
- Man-- ager Dame, who rendered invaluable
; help. Dame is wise to all the ways of
woodcraft, and always practical in ap
plying his knowledge.
Germany claims that the British
sunk the Dresden in neutral waters.
The Southern Ccif ederacy claimed
v. that a Federal gunboat sank the Tus
V caloosa in Brazilian .waters, but pre
. cious little good it did.
- If the Sick Man of Europe 'can mus muster
ter muster a quarter of a million soldiers to
the defense of the Dardanelles, he is
by no means sick. unto death.
; That story from Berlin about the
overrunning of the Soudan by the
Senouissi reads like a romance in one
of Mr. Munsey's magazines.
s According to today'sMispatches, the
Turks have recaptured the, Garden of
Eden from the British. :
If the girls would eat more onions
and less candy, they would look bet
ter and feel better.
Yesterday? Pavlowa danced to a $3,
CCD house at St. Petersburg in. the af afternoon
ternoon afternoon and; a $3,500 house at Tampa
In the evening. Chautauquas at Tam
and St. Petersburg couldn't raise
r2.C 00 with two weeks of 'culture
entertainment when ie 'populace was
car.dhaged into Duying iiceL
tion.cr.fiTifra f.iveui a thousand
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ami and New River" canal, and ter terminating
minating terminating at Miami. This course in includes
cludes includes the building of fifteen or more
miles of trestle and it is also being
planned to dredge a canal and build
the road through apportion of the Ev Everglades
erglades Everglades after leaving the Lee county
line. Mr. Clay also declared that the
directors are considering putting a
branch of the road into Fort Lauder Lauder-dale,
dale, Lauder-dale, though this has not been defi
nitely settled upon.
Mr. Clay pointed out that the build building
ing building of this railroad will open up a
practically unknown section of the
state and at the same time will not
conflict with any of the other lines.
He declares that this section has some
of the finest timber and farm lands in
the state. The hickory, spruce, pine
and long leaf pine lands that will be
opened up, he says, will, amaze the
world and Will contradict the opinion
that this section of Florida, over
which he has traveled on former sur surveys
veys surveys and trips, is avast morass and
The headquarters of the company
are now at Ocala. It is made up of
some of the state's most able finan financiers
ciers financiers and business men. W. J. Hilands,
trustee for the company, has been
studying this railroad proposition for
years, declares Mr. Clay, and the com company
pany company has many other men eminently
fitted to direct the affairs of the hew
road. Jacksonville Metropolis, 18th.
Mr. Clay returned this morning
from Jacksonville, and this afternoon,
in company- with Mr. W. S. Hilands,
left for Fort Myers.
built up a large clientele among their
own race, and also has. quite a num number
ber number of white depositors. The bank is
equipped with the most modern con-
vemences, and the tnree story ouua- j
ing in which it is located is owned by i
"ihe president, George Giles, is j
from Bermuda but has since coming J
to the United States, been active in j
cotton, moss, velvet bean and real es- j
tate activities. The vice president has
attained unusual success along educa educational
tional educational lines having built a large board boarding
ing boarding school for the industrial training
of negroes. Prof. Wiley's work at
Fessenden Academy has attained na national
tional national attention. The cashier, F. P.
Gadson, is possibly the wealthiest and
largest colored drygoods and notion
merchant in the United States. The
assistant cashier, A. St. George Rich Richardson
ardson Richardson is a college graduate and has
had commercial training in Canada.
an opportunity to
W AC A HOOT A
Mcintosh March 19. On 'Thursday
evening, March 25th, at the Meth
odist church, Mcintosh, the Rev. Will
iam Schmidt of Pennsylvania, now
temporary pastor of the Presbyterian
church, will -deliver .his. instructive
lecture on his European travels. Mr.
Schmidt is a highly cultured, eloquent
speaker and never fails to charm his
" We bespeak for him a large housed
The proceeds of the lecture will go to
the Town Improvement Society. Ad Admission
mission Admission 25c for adults; 15c for child children.
ren. children. Lecture" will .begin at 7 :30."
Magazines, The Murray Company.
. The most complete line, of high
grade toilet articles in Ocala. may be
found at our stcre reasonable prices
prevail too. The Court Pharmacy. 6t
. Funeral' Directors
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Experience It. or should be our best
teacher. Women who have obeyed the
highest : and noblest
of all sacrifices, the
struggle for the life
of others, should
have a better Idea
of "helpful influence
than those who
theorize from obser observation.
-At any rate when
a prospective errand
mother -urges her
aaugnter xo ao as sno aid to use
"Mother's Friend, there is ample reason
to believe it the right kind cf aJvice.
It3 purpose is to furnish pliancy to the
muscles, to take away the strain on the
cords and ligaments, to relieve the ten
sion of nerves and tendons so apt to
provoke or aggravate nausea, morning
sickness, Switchings of the limbs and-so
on. It is -applied externally.
Aiiuougu, ia me nature oi things, a
woman would use "Mother's Friend" but
rareiy, yet so effective .has it been found
that this splendid remedy -Is on sale in
most drug stores throughout the United
States. It has been prepared by Bradfleld
regulator Co., 30B Lamar Bldg., Atlanta,
tia., aid adpenised by us for over twenty
years. Ask at the drug store for a bottle
of "Mother's Friend It is worth wbil.
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(W. L. Lamar) ;;
knew it ; when first I met you,
I knew it the same at the end,
That you and your love were plighted,
But couldn t you be my. friend :
Couldn't we sit and talk f or hourk,
Couldn't we stroll along the street
With only a pleasant friendship
vTo bind us when we meet: v
There Was never a word of nonsense
Spoken between us two
Tho we strolled oft in the shady park
When the roses were wet with dew
We touched on a thousand subjects,
ine moon ana tne stars above, r, ,
But our talks were tinctured with J noiaa-
And never a thought of love.
Wacahoota, March 13. The "pin "pin-dar
dar "pin-dar pickers" were in this community
last week and picked several hundred
bushels of fine pindars for the far farmers
mers farmers here for which they are finding
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epperson and
son Cameron spent several days here
the past week, guests of Mrs. T. N.
Smith and Mrs. L. M. Smith.
' Mrs. V. P. Smith, Mrs. Sara Shuler
and Miss Rosalie Smith left Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday for Ocala to visit Mrs. W. J. Ed Edwards.
wards. Edwards. They returned Sunday? hav
ing had a most delightful trip. TheyJ
attended the Chautauqua and enjoyed
an outing at Lake Weir and the many
other attractions of the beautiful city
Mr. .and Mrs. L. Newsom, Mr. and
Mrs. Jake Newsom and Mr. and Mrs.
James Smith of Williston enjoyed a
fish fry at Ledwith Lake Frfday night.
Some of our young folks went over
and spent a while with them.
The entire community was sadden saddened
ed saddened Wednesday when. Mr. J. W. Brad Bradley
ley Bradley received a phone message saying
his sister, Mrs." Turner Duran of
Largo was dead Mrs. Duran came
here when quite small and lived all
her girlhood days here. She was a
sweet, Christian girl and was loved
by all who knew her. She vj'as ever
watchful to care for and nurse her in invalid
valid invalid mother and was faithful to
her to the end. She was married to
Mr. Duran" about two years. agot and
went to Largo to make her rLomef
The body wa& brought here' for in interment,
terment, interment, coming by way- of Archer
Thursday, and she was laid to-rest in
the Baptist cemetery by the side 'of
her mother. Rev. Z. A. Crumpton of
Fellowship officiated: A large con concourse
course concourse of people assembled to pay
-their last respects to their deceased
friend and the mound was covered
with beautiful flowers. Mrs. Duran.
leaves a husband and little girl of
three weeks old, an aged father, two
sisters and two brothers and a score
of other relatives and friends to
mourn for. her. Most of- her imme immediate
diate immediate family were with her when the
end came, and accompanied the body
here. We extend our deepest sympa sympathy
thy sympathy to the bereaved ones and bid them
"cast their cares on God that anchor
A wholly platonic friendship.
You 'said I had proven to you
Could bind a man and a woman.
Their whole lifetime through.
With never a thought of folly,
Though both were in their prime:
What would you have said my "las
Had you guessed the
I done what my mad heart
Thrown my arms around your neck
And told you my passionate story,
That without you my life is a
And I fought with myself and con conquered,
quered, conquered, And I hid my love from sight.
For I was going away on the morrow
And I bade you a calm goodnight.
But now when I sit in the twilight,
Or stroll in the moonlight alone,
That friendship wholly platonic
Causes my thoughts to roam.
And a hopeless longing fills me,
For the pansies, roses and dew,
For my beautiful girl in Ocala
For my heavens, I'm blue.
To the reader who can fill in the
blank in the last line with the name
of the Ocala young lady who inspired
this piece, I will gladly pay a reward
of $5. Lamar.
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ter Park, Orlando and Kissimmee. lie
expects to return here later.
Mrs. W. II. Mull, of Pana, 111., ar arrived
rived arrived last week for a visit with Mrs.
J. A. Loan.
The stork left a nice little girl
with Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Douglass
a few nights ago. Both the mother
and little tot are doing nicely.
An altercation between colored men
at the saw mill south of town Satur
day night of last week resulted in the j
shootincr and killinsr of Ed. Clark byi
The Morrison farm east of town
was recently traded to Mr. Sam
Knight for his property, near Silver
Springs. Mr. Knight is now living
in his new home.
Miss Ethel Carnahan has as visi visitors
tors visitors two girl friends from the rrojlh.
Mr. A. N. Leavengood of Stanton
has moved over to Bird Island in
Lake Weir and is putting in a share
crop of tomatoes for Mr. E. L. Car
Mr. Oscar Proctor has given up his
position with the Douglass BrosM- and
and returned to his home at Pedro.
Mr. Frank Russell, brother-m-law, of
Mr. R.- D. Douglass took his place.
Mrs. M. V. Altman and son have
recently returned from Ft. Meade,
where they made an extended visit.
The congregational meeting at the
church is Sunday, March 21st, in instead
stead instead of the 14th, as stated recent recent-ly.
ly. recent-ly. Mrs. E. B, Lytle and mother and
Mr.- R. L.. Lytle motored "to Ocala
Mr. W.-T. Gawdy, of Grand Island
was in town Thursday on business
and trading. lie reports the melons
growing very slow on account of wet
Mrs. E. B. Sherman and mother,
Mrs. Pence, traded Jn the Brick City j
.. Messrs. M. S. Carnahan and R. F.
Randolph, Miss Carnahan and visi visitors
tors visitors motored to Ocala Friday.
James and Earnest DeWitt, broth brothers
ers brothers to Geo. H. DeWitt, have recently
arrived from Jacksonville and have
accepted positions with J. D. Wall Walling
ing Walling & Co. Mr. Geo. IL' DeWitt has
been with the company for sometime.
The Kelseys, northeast of town, re recently
cently recently entertained visitors. Dr. Kel Kel-sey,
sey, Kel-sey, of Lynnville, Tenn., Mr. J. Ker Kersey,
sey, Kersey, of Ft. Meade, and Mr. and Mrs.
Walace Kelsey, of Jacksonville.
Mr. R. Wr. Flynn, of the Marion
Hardware Company, of Ocala, was in
town Friday looking after the inter interests
ests interests of his company.
Mr. J. R. Walling, of the J. D. Wall Walling
ing Walling Co., went to Eusti3 Friday for an
over Sunday'visit with relatives. Mrs.
Wralling who had "been with her pa parents
rents parents there several days returned
home, with her husband Saturday
Mr.'and Mrs. W. J. Lewis, who are
in charge of Hotel Lakeside, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ricks motor motored
ed motored to Leesburg Saturday morning.
Mrs. G. VT Albertson, of DeLand,
arrived Saturday afternoon for a vis visit
it visit with Mr. E. C. Albertson and fami-
Mr. J. J. Gerig and family, Messrs.
R. K. Robertson and Bruce Meffert, of
Ocala, were in our midst Sabbath af
Mr. Ethridge of Simm's Plantation,
cast across the river, was in town
Monday and reports good 'work be being
ing being done by the Long Blue Granite
Com pan v.
The Miss Wilsons of Florence, Ala.,
who spent the winter here with their
brother, Mr. M. C. Wilson, and wife
left for home Tuesday. Mr.. Wilson
and Miss Harris, a visitor, accompan accompanied
ied accompanied them to Ocala.
Mr. R. G. Warwick and sister, and
Mr. J. G. Lege, of Eastlake were
here shopping Monday.
Several in the neighborhood are
wrestling with the grip. Howard
Guthrie, W. T. Kelsey, Mrs. Bassett,
Mrs. Henry Rast, are among the ail ail-lr.g.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Gossett traded
in Ocala Tuesday.
Mrs. Lula Mu!l; of Pana, 111, left
for home Monday after a pleasant vis-
with Mrs. J. A." Logan. Mrs. Lo-
as far as Ocala with her
and returned home Tuesday.
Mrs. W. L. Colbert and two child children,
ren, children, Mrs. Frampton and son and Miss
Emma Washburn motored down from
Ocala and spent the day, Saturday
with Mrs. A. M. Reed and familv.
TT is not oiten that vet: qcr
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it's too expensive.
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Don't forget this is the last night of the Chautauqua; adult.-. 50 cents;
children, 25 cents; all scholars, regardless of age, 25 cents. Let us fill the
Temple tonight. Not a vacant seat. Program excellent. Hurry up and
phone for tickets.
J. I). ROONEY, Secretary
Perdue Addressed the
Palm Beach Club
From the West Palm Beach Sun we
clip the following which wjll be of in interest
terest interest to many in Ocala:
"The Entre Nous Club met yester-
The evening's entertainment opened
with another delightful concert by
Cap's orchestra. The six young men
composing the company have made a
hit with Ocala Chautauqua patrons
vr ri o r-. -r c -v n 1 V- c -r,
day afternoon at the home oi 3irs. Jt. ,, T ,
" . j enthusiastically. Many novel features
N. Dimick. While a few days pre- . .
, f are introduced m the rendition of their
vious, the occasion was somewhat of; ...
VT i a , selections and their repertoire is suf-
of the club and their guests were,
; The above delightful little one-act
: comedy will be presented at the close
; of the Chautauqua tonight.
Cast of Characters
Mrs. Busby: Mrs. C. W. Bell. Bell.-j
j Bell.-j Mrs. Dashleigh: Miss Hill.
Miss Mary Busby: Miss Marguerite
Mrs. Hightone: MissAdele Bittin Bittin-rrer.
rrer. Bittin-rrer. Mrs. Upperten: Miss Ethel Hay Hay-craft.
Mrs. Wiseacre: Miss Ruby Gissen-
Annette, the Maid:-Miss Doris Mur-
Mr! Busby: Mr.' J. J. Gerig. i
Mrs. H. M. Hampton and Misw
Musie Bullock will each sing a solo,
Miss Gertie Peyser plcying their ac-;
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ficient to warrant a two hour concert
daily for seven days without a repe repetition.
tition. repetition. Following Cap's orchestra Dr. Chas.
E. Varney delivered his famcms lec lecture,
ture, lecture, "Apples of Gold," many of his
hearers finding more value in this lec lecture
ture lecture than any of the Chautauqua num numbers.
bers. numbers. His wife is exhilerating and his
style of delivery commands at all
times the undivided attention of his
"Apples of gold in pictures of sil silver,"
ver," silver," taken from Proverbs, was the
text of the speaker, who translated it:
Apples of gold in baskets of silver.
Speak words of kindness,- is the prin principal
cipal principal point and he urged all to join
the "apples of gold society."
(Concluded on Page Four)
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treated to delightful Irish music.
There were thirty members of the
club present and seven visitors from
other clubs in the state.
"Mrs. Perdue, a prominent club wo woman
man woman of Ocala, gave an interesting talk
on club work. Other speakers of the
afternoon were Mrs. Potter, who spoke
on the Junior Civic League; Mrs.
Mendel, whose subject was, Sunday in
the Home and the Religious Training
of Our Children; Miss Wiley's subject
was, Are Our School Children Over Overtaxed,
taxed, Overtaxed, and Mrs. Freeland spoke on
Five Pertinent Questions.
"The name of the club was"changed
from Entre Nous Club to Woman's
"The guests present were: Miss
Bessie Mae Innis, Columbus, O.; Mrs.
F. H. Potter, Boston; Mrs. G. W.
Sprague, Boston; Mrs. J. J. Ryman,
Palm Beach; Mrs. S..D. Smith, Minne Minneapolis;
apolis; Minneapolis; Mrs. Jas. A. Haynes, Boston;
Mrs. Thos. W. Powell, Flushing, New
York; Mrs. B. E. Perdue, Ocala."
Affleck Millining Opening
The Affleck millinery parlor, situat- j
d over the Helvenston department
store, enjoyed yesterday and today a
most successful opening and many
visitors were received" by Mrs. Susan
Ellis, who is in charge and her capa capable
ble capable assistant, Mrs. Allegood.
. The display of millinery was en entirely
tirely entirely up to the standard of excellence
which the establishment maintains,
Vnd the many handsome models were
greatly admired. Mrs. Allegood has
just returned from a purchasing trip,
bringing back a full Jine of the very
latest spring and summer models.
In style, large capelines, large thin?
hats, pokes and shepherdesses are
strong with streamer effect in both
dress and street wear. The sailor is
particularly good, perhaps the best
style." Tipperary turbans are used.
Many velvets and lustre ribbons, flow flowers
ers flowers and fruits make up the chief dec decorations,
orations, decorations, .while plumage is found on
the most elegant dress hats. Crowns
are found in all shapes "and heights,
although the flat crown is the most
Displayed in street hats was an atr
tractive model of battleship gray, with
trimmings of "Belgian blue velvet and
yellow flat 'roses embroidered down.
In street hats as well as dress hats
are found transparent crowns and
brims. A dress model particularly
lovely was a white shepherdess, with
yellow daisies.; embroidered down and
transparent brim edged with velvet.
Another model showed the new. cape cape-line
line cape-line effect, with pressed flowers in
brim, satin crown and turquoise blue
Sand color continues to prevail but
is rivaled by coral. Veils are full with
lace border and all colors. Saving the
best for the last, the prices are down
lower than they have been for several
ySlrs, W. E. Collier, and her hjvely
little daughter fcouise, after a delight-
and Miss Marguerite Porter, left to-T V11 111 iuauuu UU1UJ
day 'theJome in TuscsaJ ; YlOTld U. S. A.)
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chandelier
left today for their home in Savannah,
after a stay of several days at the
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of other Groceries for
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Miss Emma Van Zandt has returned
from a delightful visit to friends in
Mrs. R. A. Burford has asrher guest
Mrs. J. L. Wiley of Troy, Ala., wTho
came down from Jacksonville, where
she has been visiting her daughter,
Mr. Robr-dingho broke his
leg Wnlssdai'-jEit''.. Iowell is con con-valescing
valescing con-valescing iUfjttets able to leave
hit' room? m will be confined to the
Mrs. Joe White, who has been quite
ill. with grip for several days, is bet better
ter better today.
Miss Lula Griffin has been forced
to lay aside her school duties for a
while on account of illness. Her many
friends wish her a rapid recovery.
25c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice :& Packing Co
THANKS THE CHAUTAUQUA
I wish to thank the Chautauaua 1
Association, through the press of the f
city, for the courtesies extended to
the pupils of the Ocala high school
yesterday morning, when the entire
school was invited to attend the lec lecture.
ture. lecture. I assure the association that
its kindness was highly appreciated j
by the pupils, the faculty and the j
school board. Respectfully,
J. H. Brinson, j
Superintendent of Public Instructin.
Easter, cards, The Murray Company.
Smoke Cuba Club. 5c Cigar.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENTSix-room house on S.
Fourth street; electric lights, hot
and cold water and bath complete.
Apply to Miss Rena Smith "at the
. Haycraft Millinery. 16-14t
POINTER DOG LOST Answers to
the name of "True Boy"; white with
liver colored spots; strayed or stol stolen.
en. stolen. Reward for return of dog and
name of thief. George Davis, care
Davies, the Tire Man. 16-tf
FOR SALE Cyphers incubator, porr
table hovers, light buggy and small
Ijlow. Lurvey, at Marsh's market,
phone 108. 10-Ct
FOR RENT Six room cottage on
Tuscawilla street between primary
and high "schools. ".Apply to Mrs.
R p: Fuller. G-tf
FOR SALE One well broken and
trained Shetland Pony, wagon and
buggy, with harness, cheap for
cash J. D. Rooney.
FOR SALE Barred Rock and Indian
Runner duck eggs for hatching. H.
S; Wesson, Ocala, Fla. 2 22-1 m
FOR RENT Weil 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. 2-5ttf
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
Easter cards; The Murray Company.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
Try these delicious hot and cold
drinks servea at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 17-6t
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
' Notice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala, of Marion
county, Florida, will apply to the leg legislature
islature legislature of the state of Florida, at the
next session thereof, for special or
local legislation for the .followicg
To give the circuit court of the fifth
judicial circuit of the state of Florida,
sitting in chancery, jurisdiction upon
any bill brought by the city, of Ocala,
to recover for any sidewalk or street
paving dene by the said city within
th'e corporate iimits thereof in cases
where the assessments made therefor
against any real estate .is void by rea reason
son reason of any irregularity inthe making
hereof; further, to give the said
ourt the power and jurisdiction to de determine
termine determine the amount due said city aft after
er after taking into consideration the costs
of such improvement and the en enhancement
hancement enhancement of the property by such
improvement and having so determin determined
ed determined such amount to make and enter
a decree in favor -of said city for such
amount, which decree shall be a lien
superior to all other liens on such
property, whether accruing before or
after the entry thereof, and whether
said property may have changed own ownership
ership ownership since the time of the making
of such improvement or not. Further,
that tbe said court shall have such
power and jurisdiction, and this act
shall apply to ail such, assessments
whether heretofore or hereafter
made by said city, and whether orig original
inal original assessments made have been de declared
clared declared to be void by a court or not;
further, that said city shall be requir required
ed required to join as defendants only the
owners of such property at the time
of the filing of such bill. 2-5-fri-2m
:City Council of the City of Ocala.
FOR RENT A: five room lower flat;
thoroughly screened and with ev every
ery every modern convenience. Good loca location.
tion. location. Phone 467. 12-6t.
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 paying for
FOR RENT Two connecting rooms,
furnished; one, two or three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
- at residence of Mrs. A. M. Perry,
Herbert street. 3-18-tf
WANTED A wall tent, about 1C, 18
or 20 feet; must be in good order
and cheap. Box 2G5. 17-Gt-
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
in and for Marion County In
Polly Washington Complainant, vs.
Solomon Washington, also called
Sol Washington, Defendant Or Order
der Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Solomon Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, also called Sol Washington, be
and le is hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed in this cause
on or before
Monday, the 12th day of April, 1915
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state.
This 5th day of March, 1915.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. Bv M. E. Goddard, D. C.
BULLOCK & MERSHON,
i Complainant's Solicitors., 2-5-fri
Make Our Store "Your Store"
YOU WILL SAVE MONEY IF YOU DO.
YOU WILL GET THE BEST GOODS AND BEST TREATMENT.
If you are not dealing -with -us, "there is no better time to start
Here is what we are offering you or $5 in CASH COUPONS
and a small amount of CASH.
One Tea Spoon for $5 in COUpQ' antj gc
One Table Spoon for $5 in COUpQ;g antj jyc
One Berry Spoon for ?5 in COUpoNS and 5Sc
One Soup Spoon for $5 in COUpoNS and 19c
One Sugar Shell for $5 in COUpQg ffncj 23c
One Butter Knife for S3 in COUpoNS and 23t
One Cold Meat Fork for $3 in COUPONS and 35c ..
One Knife and Fork for $5 in COUPONS ar.d 23c
ROGERS SILVERWARE ST-V::: II
. .$1.25 per set
. .$2.00 per set
. .$1.50 each.
. .$2.00 per set
. .50 each
. .75 each
. .$5.00 per set
18 NICKLE BASE AND FULL STANDARD SILVER PLATE
These special values will be a good starter for you and the prices
ire good only for
Meilay file 22il
Irish Potatoes, per peck ........ .. .. 24c
WHITE BACON, per pound, .....12Vi
W'ater Ground Meal, 10 pounds for . .25c
Lard Compound, per pound .. .. .. 10c
20c Grade Roasted Coffee, per pound 15c
Green Coffee, per pound 15, -8 pound for ....$1.00
25c Broom, for '. lgc
10c No. 2 Lamp Chimney, each 07c
10c Package Kingsford Cornstarch .. .. .. .CSc
1 5c Package Dromedary Dates, per package 12c'
10c, Package Eden Dates, -per package 08c
20c Tin Royal Scarlet Tuna Fish per tin 18c
per dozen, . $2.00
20c Tin Royal Scarlet Sliced Pineapple, per tin .18c
per dozen, . ................ $2.C0
20c Tin Royal Scarlet Lima Beans, No. 2, per tin 18c
per- dozen, . $2.00
15c Tin Royal Scarlet Lima Beans, No. 1, per tin.. ...12c
per dozen ..- $1.50
30c Tin Royal Scarlet Asparagus Tips, per tin . . I .27c
per dozen $3.00
15c Tin Royal Scarlet Peas, individuals, per'tin ........
per dozen . .'
25c Tin Royal Scarlet Tiny Peas No. 2, per tin ............
per dozen s
20c Tin Royal Scarlet Kearly Sweet Peas, per tin
. per dozen, .. $2.00
20c Tin Royal Scarlet Tomatoes,. No. 3, per tin .18c
per dozen, .. $2.0u
25c Tin Royal Scarlet StringlessBeans, per tin ..23c
' ". per dozen ..$2.63
. $1. o
. . .18c
Y'ou know without being told what Royal Scarlet food products
are. The above prices are very attractive and you should, lay in a
supply. BUY BY THE DOZEN anu put tricm jn your pantry, you
'will' always Ik? prepared for unexpected company.
PHONES 16 and 174
y FUf-LV ?
: GOOD BAKING POWDER AND GOOB
FLOUR GO HAND IN HAND
We sell Calumet Baking Powder and Henry
Clay Flour to you under a "Money Back Guar Guar-a
a Guar-a n tee."
Geta "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 Baking-powders.
powders. Baking-powders. One 10c Can of Calumet Baking Powder FREE,
with a 24 pound sack of Henry Clay Flour
The Management of DR. McCLANE
Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving oi the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxlerfs stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully UqutppeI and will Ie Hun
Strictly Upon Etliical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONX 333
CARPENTER AND DLILDKR
Careful Estimates Made on all C-r
ract .York. Gives More' and Iitc:
Work for the Money than Any Olh-n
j Contractor in the City.
OCALa STAR, -THURSDAY' MARCH IS. 115
Magazines, The Murray Company.
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
Norris Box Candies at the Court
Pharmacy are the best made. 49-tf.
Prof W. J. Clifton, of Bartow, is
in the city on business.
(Continued from Third Page)
they were instrumental in making1 it
possible for the committee to send "a f
representative to take the short
course in domestic science.
IU. Hev. Abbott Charles, Pres. Rev. Father Ik'nedict, Dim-tor.
This report is made from observa observations1
tions1 observations1 taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov-
Business is always good at Gerig's,
because it is the Rexall store. 18-tf
Rev. J. R. Heradon of Cleveland,
Tenn., will preach at the Presbyterian
J A large shipment of Norris Candies
just received at the C6urt Pharmacy.
None better made. 19-tf
Mr. H. M. Hampton returned last
nigh from a three days business trip
'"Commodore Goodwin was in town
today, to take his son Mortimer back
home to Eastlake this afternoon.
Complete line of Paas' Easter egg
dyes every imaginable color, at The
Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
The drugs used in our prescription
department are the best to be had,
and ACCURACY is our watchword.
The Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
ernment. Max. Min. R. F.
March 1 56 46
March 2 .a 65 .37
March 3 ....62 51 ..
March 4 '2 56 ..
March 5 72 52 .89
March 6 ......70 48 ..
March 1, -.60 44 ..
March 8 ......54 36 ..
March 9 ...... .60 28
March 10 ...... 65 45
March 11 .......... .70 45
March 12 68 48 ..
March 13 66 48 v .
March 14 .....,....64 53 1.21
March 15 .. .. ..66 51
March 16 .........62 4& .02..
March 17 60 39
March' 19 .......... .62 36 .
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, president
of the National Suffrage Association,;
is a visitor to Jacksonville. Yesterday I
she was honor guest at a luncheon
gven by by Mrs. Bion II. Barnett,
and among the guests attending the
Mr. Karl Jansen's final Chautauqua
engagement this morning at 10:30
o'clock was an appeal to, his audience
to leave untaken the unnecessary
movements, to study and to apply the I luncheon was Mrs. H. L. Anderson.
process of relaxation, and to use com-
j,mon sense in all things. In his good
sized audience were a number of j
school children and several teachers, i
Chicago, 111., March 19. May wheat i
Oats, 61. ; J
Lard, 10.60. 4 I
Ribs, 10.12. Z
C9 J TT
11 n y
SPECIAL MEETING OF
Mr. Jansen told of his friend, Byron
Ocala, Fla., March 18, 1915.
W King, a versatile elocutionist and j The Board of County Commissioners
public speaker, who at the age of 15 j met to consider bids on tax check-
Considerable improvements are be
ing made at the 'Southern Express
ComDany's office. The company evi
dently expects a, lively business this
. .1 i" mm- i HI I
The regular weekly match game of
basket ball between two local teams
will be played at McClane's hall to-,
nifrht. GamealLbe.-Called at 8:15.
Mr7 B. R. Stripling, th'e veteran in
surance man, was greeting his .num
erous Ocala frfends lastrfrtght and to
day. "Strip'Vdoe6t come to Ocala
4s often as his friends would likejfco
At 11:03 last night an alarm from
the third ward called out the fire de
partment. The fire was in two old
'outhouses on the Gary home lot. Both
were .entirely destroyed, "being as dry
as." tinder "and well, on fire when the
alarm" was given.
Fair tonight and Saturday except
ram south portion tonight; colder
Saturday northwest portion.
Globe-Wernicke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. 3-203t
All varieties of seed corn; also mil
let and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf
' K. Lane, M. D., physician and
Surgeon specialist Eye Ear, Xoso
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Grand Master M. M. Little made
an official visit to Tarpon Springs
lodge of Odd Fellows last night. 1 J.
W. Branding of Gainesville, was also
present. The occasion was an anni
versary meeting. The Tarpon Springs
lodge is reported as one of the most
ogressive in the state, owning its
. K it I
owfk nail ana oxner property in iu
honfe town. Grand Master Little is
much pleased with the progress
being made all over the state in Odd
TYPEWRITER FOR EXCHANGE
I have a new typewriter that I wj
. m 1 Tv
exenansre ior a rony norse.
Mathews, Ocala, Fla. 16-3t
Try-one of those frosted pints of
- j- ;
j Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf
W received a very large and va
ried line of
r Fop Boys and Girls
We are showing more styles this season than
ever before. You will 'iindthV- fambukoilyep;
Twist' and other styles in all materials. :
Prices from :' .t." '.. "".
Oc to 1.0
j years had never spoken an audible
word and how he directed all of his
attention and energy and time to the
speech arts in his teens so as to talk.
King was successful but he would hot
have been had he waited until out of
his teens for after then the articula articulation
tion articulation glands will not respond to efforts.
Mr. Jansen did not begin the sjtudy of
our language until after twenty,
hence his broken English.
As a teacher of Swedish physical
culture, he has few equals and in giv giving
ing giving his lectures he "displays a keen
sense of humor.
This afternoon Cap's orchestra and
Dr. Varney on "Ready Reference"
were heard. The Chautauqua closes
with this evening's session, after a
successful ten days' program.
Forestry Day at the Woman's Club
Tomorrow afternoon at the Wom
an's Club the following program on
forestry arranged by Mrs. R. A. Bur-
ford, forestry chairman, will be rendered:
Song, "The Bonnet of Trees" Miss
Paper", "History of Forestry in the
United States" Mrs. Geo. C. Looney.
Article on work of conserving parks
in General Federation and Florida
Federation, read by Mrs. Frank Weth-
Song by Miss Musie Bullock.
Informal talk on Y. W. C. A. work
by Mrs. George Armstrong, president
of Savannah Y, W. C. A.
.Short talk by Mrs. Burford on three
proposed bills to be presented at the
next legislature, namely : Compulsory
education, marriage laws and home
for delinquent girls.
ing system to assist the. assessor in
making up assessment rolls and to aid
the commissioners in equalizing tax taxes.
es. taxes. Said bids having been -advertised
in the Banner and Star, newspap newspapers,
ers, newspapers, for the two preceding weeks. The
only bid submitted being that of the
Puchannon Tax Checking System of
Florida, -to install its system for
$1300, its bid was accepted and the
board authorized the chairman to ob obtain
tain obtain the asistance of the county at attorney
torney attorney and execute a contract for
said Buchannon Tax Checking System
The board thereupon adjourned.
W. D. Cam, Ch'mn.
P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
Now is the Time to Get Rid of These
Do you know how easy it is to "re "remove
move "remove those ugly spots so that ho one
will call you freckle-face?
Simply get an ounce of othine
double strength, from your druggist,
and a few applications should show
you how. easy it is to nd yourself of
freckles and get a beautiful complex complexion.
ion. complexion. The sun and winds of February
and March have a strong tendency to
bring out freckles, and as a result
more othine is sold in these months
Be sure to ask for the double strength
othine, as this is sold under guarantee
of money back if it fails to remove
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of Ma
rion county, Florida, intend to apply
to the legislature of the state of Flor
ida, 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
der authority of the board of county
commissioners of Marion county, Flor
ida, 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
His Answer Was Correct.
Papa (concealing something in his
hand) "Willie, can you tell me what
U is with head on one side and tal
on the other?"; Willie (triumphantly)
"Oh, I ktow! It's a rooster on a
RECOMMENDS CHAMBER CHAMBERLAIN'S
LAIN'S CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
"1 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
Iron Ore in the Antipodes.
All of the Australian states are
well supplied with iron ore, New
South Wales having the richest deposits.
Five Mile West of Dade City and One Mile East of San
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES :
S225..F0R--TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE TELKGJIAPII, TELEPHONE. EXPKESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COIXEfJE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 6, 19K
SAINT LEO, Pasco County. FLORIDA
Jan ad m
We "Cut Our -Meats to Silt
Our Lady Patrons ;
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.
.PHONE ICS Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery
ARE RHEUMATIC?. THY SLOAN'Sl
n "i i n i n n
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.
W e are Bottling, for the trade only our fa famous
mous famous Georgia drink,
" 5- V
the drink that is famous for its purity, that satis-
ties the thirsty, refreshes the weary; pleases the
I 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. V -X
Our plant is two blocks south of the square, on
CHERO-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Phone 521 -:- Ocala, Fla. .f
A Birthday Party
Yesterday in honor of the fourth
birthday -anniversary dainty Virginia
Kreger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs."C.
R. Kreger, as Tlctess to a pretty,
party, enf ertainirj,g thirteen play playmates
mates playmates fromV4 to -tfPkk, The guests
were MissesLpuise ijfyant, Louise
Collier, Elizabeth Dixon, Lucile
Home. Frances ClajTK. Cora Killebrew.
Frances Gary, Hael Livingston, Dor Dor-othey
othey Dor-othey Walkley, Dorothy Adams, Mary
tler and Annetta Chazal. J-'J,
In Tilei tmfting her'-'TlSughtr
friends, Mrs. Kreger was assisted by
her mother, Mrs.'S. A. Standley and
sisters, Miss Tommie Standley and
Mrs. Lee Miller, jella with cream and
cherries and cake were served. A
happy feature was the cutting of the
birthdajr cake, which bore four lighted
candles. Bunnies and little dolls were
souvenirs. Theyoung hostess was the
recipient of a number of pretty gifts,
bearing birthday wishes from the
.A Patriotic -Entertainment
The members of the Epwdrth
League on account of the Chautauqua
havepostponed their St. Patrick's en entertainment
tertainment entertainment and willr instead, give an
Irish evening Friday, Match 26th, at
the residence of Prof. George N.
LooneyJ s A program is 4jeing prepar prepared
ed prepared which will be announced later.
There will be no refreshments but a
social : hour" will follow the literary
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Osborn and Miss
Kathleen Jackson will return home to tonight
night tonight from Tampa, where they motor motored
ed motored Monday. Mr. Osborn attended the
annual meeting of the state associa-,
tion of local 'fire insurance agents.
- The Athenian Society of the 8th
grade was defeated by the Literary
Society of the 7th grade in a story
telling contest this afternoon.
Mrs.'J. B. Borland," Mrs. Talmadge
Dupree," Miss Louise and Miss Ethel
Borland and Miss Ethel Borland of
Citra are in town this afternoon.
.The following party from Lake
Weir spent today at Silver Springs,
enjoying a picnic dinner at noon and
the other pleasures afforded there:
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Goodwin and their
guest, Miss Mary Cowan, Mrs. Kate
Clements and niece, Mrs. R. A. Hayes
from Cleveland, Ohio, Dr. and Mrs. H.
W, Henry and guests, Mrs. Gooch and
Miss Mary Gooch of Charlottville, Va.,
and Miss Annie Robinson of Balti Baltimore.
more. Baltimore. Miss Bettie MclveY and Mrs.
T. M. Royster of Hickory, N. C, join joined
ed joined the party in time for dinner.
Mrs. Lee Miller of Whitney is the
guest of her mother for a few days,
while shipping her furniture to their
new home, preparatory to beginning
All of our readers enjoyed the ar article
ticle article yesterday from the pen of Mrs.
Florence M. Priest of Anthony. Mrs.
Priest's trip to the Woman's College
came through the Yroman's Club but
more directly from the social service
committee of which Mrs. R. S. Hall is
chairman, and the credit is really due
Mrs. Hall and Mrs. E. A. Osborn, for
Compels All Impurities
To Abandon System
Blood Troubles Can not Ro-
main If Properly
- There Is in S S. S., the famous blood puri purifier,
fier, purifier, a iu'oi'HTty that absolutely compels harm harmful
ful harmful Intluences to disintegrate and lose their
identity. No matter what they are called
nor how destructive they are there is in S. S.
S. a powerful, searching counter Influence to
annihilate the most eruptive germ, causes th
mucous linings o'. convert It into an inert
rubstance that is quickly thrown out of tht
blood and out -of the body by the skin, lungs,
kidneys, bowels, and destroyed In the liver liver-There
There liver-There is not a single advance in medicine
today that in any sense Is an Improvement
over's. S. S. Surgery is a wonderful, mas masterful
terful masterful science, lut when It comes to purifying
the blonde. S. S. stands alone. Thousands of
doctors have prescribed it. Their patients
do not always know it is S. S. S., because
they leave the treatment to the doctor im implicitly.
plicitly. implicitly. But fair-minded doctors long ago
realized that In the vegetable nature of S. S.
S. .were certain ingredients that to the blood
In sickness were just as essential as the flesh flesh-building
building flesh-building elements of the grains, meats, fats
and sugars of out daily food. The average
doctor Is humane and of trained Intelligence.'
He has seen the recoveries from worst cases
of blood trouble by the use of S. S. S.. Get
a bottle of S. S. S. today of any druggistl
Accept no substitute. And if you wisli
proper advice on any form of blood trouble,
write to the Medical Adviser, The Swift Spe Specific
cific Specific Co., 102 Swift Bl&g.; Atlanta, Ga. It Is
worth while doing so.
Did You Know That
Frogs legs-are useful to men for.
eating jntrrospa. but more -useful to
the f-rr --
HEALTH PROMOTES HAPPINESS
If you want quick and real relief
from rheumatism, do what so many
thousand other people are doing
whenever an attack comes on, bathe
the sore muscle or joint with. Sloan's
Liniment. lo need to rub it in
just apply thft -Uniment to the sur
face., It is wonderfully penetrating.
It goes right to the seat of trouble
and draws the pain almost immedw
ately get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment
for 25c. of any druggist and have it in
the house against colds, sore and
swollen- joints, lumbago, sciatica and
like ailments.. Your money back if
not satisfied,' but it gives almost in instant
stant instant relief, mon tues f ri wky. Adv.
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
AH! THE INVIGORATING
WHIFF OF THE PINE FORESTS!
How it clears the" throat and head
of its mucous ailments. It is this spir-
it of newness and vigor from the
health-giving piny forests brought
back by Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
Antiseptis and healing. v Buy a bot bottle
tle bottle today. All druggists 25c. Elec Electric
tric Electric Bitters a Spring Tonic. iMon tues,
Fri wkly. Adv.
Magazines, The Murray Company.
TO THE .HOUSEWIFE
Without; health, genuine joy is im im-posible;
posible; im-posible; without good digestion arfd
regular bowel movement you cannot
have health. WThy neglect keeping
bowels open and risk being sick and
ailing ? You don't have to. Take one
small Dr. Kirfg's New Life Pill at
night, in the morning you will have a
full, free bowel movement and feel
much better. Helps your appetite
and digestion. Try one tonight. Mon,
Tues, Fri. wkl. Adv.
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
t OK CONSTIPATION
"My daughter used Chamberlain's
Tablets for constipation with good re results
sults results and I can recommend them high highly,"
ly," highly," writes Paul B. Rabin, Brushly, La.
For sale bf all dealers. 3-l-15t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
in and for Marion County, in
J. C. Huggins Complainant, vs. Zach Zach-ariah
ariah Zach-ariah F. Taylor and others, De Defendants
fendants Defendants Order for Constructive
,It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: Zachariah F.
Taylor and Annie E. M. Taylor, be
and are hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed in this
cause on or before
Monday, the 22nd Day of March, 1913
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
said countv and state.
This 19th day of February, 1915.
(Clerk's Seal) P. H. Nugent,
Clerk Circuit- Court, Marion County,
Florida. By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
Fred Cubberly, j
Complainant's Solicitor. 19-f ri
' Madam, if your husband is like most
men he expects you to look after the
health of yourself and children.
Coughs and colds are the. most com common
mon common "of the minor ailments and are
most likely to lead to serious diseases.
A child is much more likely to con contract
tract contract diphtheria or scarlet fever when
it has a cold. If you will inquire into
the merits of the various, remedies
that are recommended for coughs and
colds, you will find that Chamberlain's
Cough Rem ery 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
Globe-Wernicke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. 3-20-3t
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
the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections' of it;
homes and trading places were "not fixed; land was too plentiful for
individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particular spot.
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NO USE TO TRY AND WEAR
OUT YOUR COLD IT WILL
WEAR YOU OUT INSTEAD
Thousands keep on suffering coughs
andvcolds through neglect and delay.
Why make yourself an easy prey tr
serious ailments and epidemics as the
result 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 fthe 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. MoiiTue3 Fri wky adv.
A large shipment cf "Cennlson's
crepe paper in all colors just receiv--i
at the Court Pharmacy. 17-6t
FOR THE STOMACH AND LIVER
I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Y
writes: "I have used Chamberlain's
Tablets for disorders of the stomach
and liver off and on for the past five
years, and it affords me pleasure to
state that I have found them to be
just as represented. They are mild in
their action and the results have been
satisfactory. I value them highly."
For sale by all dealers. 3-l-15t
The state and county tax books
will close according to the laws of
Florida on the last day of March.
Come as early as you possibly can,
thus avoiding the big rush we always
have the last ten or fifteen days the
tax books are open. Also be sure and
bring or send a correct description of
your property when you wish either
a memorandum of the amount or to
pay your taxes, thus reducing the
possibility of an error to the mini minimum.
mum. minimum. If you write us do not be im impatient
patient impatient if our reply seems delayed.
We will answer as fast as we possi possibly
bly possibly can and as near as practical all
letters in the order in which they
were received. Yours very truly,
W. L. COLBERT,
3-4-20d Tax Collector-
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