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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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EITHER SIDE DURING THE COIIFLICT

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-' Petrograd, March 22. Prezemysl,
the strongest Austrian fortress in Gal Gal-icia,
icia, Gal-icia, has fallen after a five, months
siege. "'
LETS A LARGE ARMY LOOSE
The garrison of Przemysl numbered
about 50,000 men. The surrender re releases
leases releases 150,000 Russians who will now
press toward Cracow, "to open the
way to Berlin." -'
CHECKED DRIVE ON OSTRELEKA

l IS WORRIED

COMPLICATIONS WITH EUROPE
AND MEXICO MAY CAUSE
HIM TO CALL AN EXTRA
SESSION OF CONGRESS

Washington, March 21. On the eve

Another great battle has opened on 1 of his departure from the city on a

the. Poland front-, extending from My,-j short lecturing trip, Speaker CUrk
sheniec to iCasidlo. The Germans 1 was called to the White House to a
reached Kasidlo, which is only ten! conference. The foreign situation is

miles from the fortress of Ostreleka,
but the Russians halted the enemy
there, inflicting heavy losses.

TOOK IMPORTANT POSITIONS
FROM THE TURKS
The Turks have been defeated in
the Alaschgard valley. The Russians
captured two important posts.

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GERMAN STEAMER TRIED TO
LEAVE fcAN JUAN WITHOUT
PROPER CLEARANCE :i
; : papers
Washington, March 22,-r-A dispatch
from Sati!jJuan? Porto Ricoiays the
Germanvsteamer Odenwald was stop stopped
ped stopped this morning by a," warning shot
across -her boys when she attempted
to Jeaye, without proper clearance pa papers.
pers. papers. Secretary of War Garrison de declined
clined declined to comment, on the occurrence.

SHIPS SHATTERED ON
THE COAST OF SPAIN

Storm '-King Severely Lashed
' Iberian Shores

the

Madrid, March 22. Three hundred
lives were lost in a terrific storm
which lashed the southern coast of
Spain for the last three days. Four
Spanish ships were wrecked during
the storm and over a hundred vessels

were driven ashore along
. Bay. . ; '.

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LIVELY CHASE FOR
V THE LAPLAND
British Liner with Americans on
Board Objective Point-of a
' Naval Battle
- New York, March 21. -Passengers
aboard the British steamer" Lapland
which reached here yesterday from
Liverpool, witnessed a battle in the
Irish channel between a British tor torpedo
pedo torpedo boat which escorted the Lapland
and a German submarine. The Lap Lapland,
land, Lapland, crowding on all steam., fled in a
zigzagJineL from the combatants. The
Lapland joined her escort just outside
Liverpool harbor. They were not far
from Liverpool when the submarine
appeared, and discharged a torpedo at
another vessel. Immediately the" tor torpedo
pedo torpedo boat opened fire shells from its
rapid fire guns tearing the water
around the submarine's periscope into
foam.. The periscope disappeared but
in a few seconds oil appeared on the
surface of the Water and steadily
spread into a wide circle, indicating
that the submarine had been struck.
The Lapland's captain ordered full
speed ahead, and the steamer boon iett
the, combatants farbehind.
. The Lapland carried 113 passen passengers.
gers. passengers. In "the steerage were two Am American
erican American boys, Harold and .Howard Hud Hudson,
son, Hudson, of Bridgeport, Conn. twins about
15 years old, who while attending
school near London, enlisted in the
British army, giving false ages and
not mentioning their nationality.
Their parents obtained their release.
Globe-Wernicke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. 3-20-3t :

worrying the president. Complica Complications
tions Complications are growing and legislation may
be required to meet conditions that
ajV. now confronting the administra administration,
tion, administration, the president, it is said, not being
willing to assume- all responsibility.
It is reported that the president talk talked
ed talked quite f rankly with the speaker and
intimated his fears that Congress
would have to be assembled.
ORDERS IN COUNCIL ARE NOT
AGREEABLE
Washington, March 22. tl was
learned from an official souirCe today
that the United States will make rep representations
resentations representations toNGreat Britain on'the
"order in council," shutting off all
trade between Germany and the out outside,
side, outside, world.
AMERICAN PROTEST IGNORED
' London, March 22 Despite the pro protest
test protest of the United States government
the American steamer Maracais has
been placed inv custody of ithe British
prize court. It is claimeoT that, the
ultimate destination of; the cargo was
Germany. ;. .-
VILLA IN HUERTA'S CLASS
Washington, March 22. It was an announced
nounced announced at" the White House today
that there would be no recognition, of
Villa by the United States until a
stable government has been establish established
ed established in Mexico.

SEVERE COLD IN THE SOUTH
Heaviest Snow of the Winter- Fell
Last Night in Tennessee
Chattanooga, Tenn., March 22 One
of the heaviest snoVs of the" winter
covers the ground this mornipg. The
thermometer registered 20 above zero.
COLD DAY IN GEORGIA
Atlanta, March 22.- Light snow
covers North Georgia today. The
temperature is 30 above.

ABOUT TO CROSS OVER

Distinguished Georgia Jurist at
f t Point of Death

the

-", Atlanta, March 22. Judge Roan,
who presided at the Frank trial, is
dying of cancer at the Polychmic Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, New York City." r

HILANDS WON GOLF MATCH

All Varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now. in and for sale
byi the Oer,!a Seed Store. 5-tf.

On the Norfolk Country Club golf
links yesterday R. V. Hilands, of
Knoxville, Tenn., defeated George
Armstrong of Baltimore, by six up
and four to go, the players covering
eighteen holes. The score was 76 to
84. The match was declared one of
the best seen in the vicinity of -Norfolk
for some time, and it is said that
a big sum of money changed hands.
E. M. Blake refereed the match. The

two men are to meet again.
Virginian-Pilot.

-Norfolk

The drugs used in our prescription
department are the best to be had,
and. ACCURACY is our watchword.
The Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.

Constantinople, March 22. While
rowing to the United States converted j.
? yacht Scorpion, in the Bosphorus,
; Lieutenant Commander William j
Bricker of the United States navy and I

j three American sailors, named Ford,
Dowel! and Levering, were drowned j
j Saturday night. The boat was swamp-J

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! to take command of the Scorpion.

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TURKS CLAIM THEIR GUNS

V WERE FATAL TO ANOTHER
I FRENCH SHIP

i Constantinople, March 22. The
i French ship Gauloi tank off Tenedos

is the result of 'damage sustained

KAISER'S SUBMARINES ARE
SIEZING THEIR MERCH MERCHANT
ANT MERCHANT CRAFT

-The Hague, March 22. Dispatches
from Rotterdam and Ymuiden report

j rr t v V. u i hursdav while bombarding the Dar
vier and Zaanstrom by German sub; A
marines, and an attack upon thejcanecs
Dutch steamer' Zevenbergen, in the'

North Sea by a German aeroplane. It j
is understood that a strong protest t
has been transmitted to Berlin. The i
people of Holland are greatly excited. I
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j The Prince of Tonight will be at the.

j Temple Theater. This attraction is
j packing the houses all over the south
i where it has appeared. The company

- I v j and its carload of special scenery ar-
' '- - j rive this afternoon. from St. Peters-
UGLY WEATHER MADE SUNDAY 'burg, where if entertained a crowded
A DAY OF REST FOR THE ; house Saturday night. Mr. J. W.
OTTOMANS I Sylvester, formerly ; of this city,
. i speaks highly of this play.
Tenedos, March 22. Operations in! ;
the Dardanelles were made "impossible i Business is always good at Gerig's,
Sunday by severe storms. because.it is the Rexall store. 18-tf

OCCUPATION OF MEMEL IS OF
GREATEST IMPORTANCE
Petrograd, March. 22. The captur captured
ed captured German port of Memel will become
the Russian naval base from which
sea attacks will be launched against
the German coast cities as -soon as
navigation opens. Memel is p5 miles

irom uanzig, bermany s strongest!

naval base on the Baltic.

FRENCH-AND GERMANS,' BOTH CLAIM IMPORT

Oil THEIR RESPECTIVE PUTS

IT SUCCE

Paris, March 22-A News dispatch
from Milan, states that Commerce be between
tween between Italy and Dalmatia has been
suspended. The commander of the
Italian fleet, announced that 'he would
sieze ships of any nationality in the
Adriatic conveying goods to Austria

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OH GERMAN SOIL AGAIII

Brief Invasion of Russia has Been
- Beaten Back
London, March 22. The Germans
who have been putting forth fa stub stubborn
born stubborn resistance in the vicinity cf
Tauroggen, on the north bank of the
River 'Niemen, in Russian territory,
have been driven across the border
into East Prussia. This retirement
clears the northermost part of Poland
of the invading columns which-swept
into Russian territory a few weeks
ago.

BOTH SIDES PREPARING
BATTLE

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TYPEWRITER T OR EXCHANGE
I have a new typewriter thatrI will
exchange jpra' pony horse. D. N.
Mathews, Ocala, Fla. lG-3t

London, March 22. The relations
between Italy and Austria have reach reached
ed reached an acute stage. A Rome dispatch
says Austria and German subjects
have been advised by tfteir consuls to
leave Italy in the shortest possible
time and that a number of Germans
who recently arrived in Italy are be being
ing being watched because of a suspicion
that they are military, spies. -.
There have been reports for some
days that Germany's efforts to secure
the, continued neutrality of Italy by
inducing Austria to cede; Trent and
other territory to her were not meet meet-in
in meet-in g nvith success. Italy, it was said,
was demanding that the territory be
handed over to her immediately, but
that the Teutonic allies desired to
make the transfer after the war.
Later, there were reports that Aus Austria
tria Austria had begun strengthening her

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SOLDIERS OF GERMANY RETAKE,
MEMEL AND SCORE OTHER
IMPORTANT SUCCESSES
Berlin, March 22. The German sea seaport
port seaport of Memel, which was occupied by
the Russians Thursday, was recaptur recaptured
ed recaptured Sunday by the Germans after ter terrific
rific terrific hand to hand fighting in the
streets.
The Russian attacks north of Mar Mar-iampol
iampol Mar-iampol have been repulsed, the enemy
suffering severely. :
West of the Orzuo river, near Jed Jed-norozek,
norozek, Jed-norozek, northeast of Phzasnzsy end
northwest of Cichanow, the Russian
attacks have been repulsed. Over -100
Russians were captured in these en engagements.
gagements. engagements. The French attempt to take the
German position south of Lorette
Heights. has failed. French attacks

southern frontier, and according to airiorth of Lesmesnil and Reichacker

XUe ftci'de the grattytng d.tsttnetton of announcing to our readers thai
4 shall publish on ah jolutly neu and ne-uet before oubltshed noxJel

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When you thinK fc candy, say Nun Nun-nally,.
nally,. Nun-nally,. and when you say Nunnally
come to Gerig's.

Have your choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" cr Pabst's Blue Ribbon on
draft, at Johnny's. ; 6rtf

Smoke Cuban Ciut, 5c Cigar.

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dispatch received in Paris from Rome
yesterday. Italian officers" of all arms
belonging- to the first line, who have
been on half pay, have been called to
the colors. In military circles here
this order is considered-significant, it
being contended that these officers
belond to the public administration,
from which they would not be called
unless the situation was serious.
FRENCH CLAIM TO HAVE MOVED
V FORWARD
Paris, March 22. An official state statement
ment statement today says that the French have
recaptured trenches in the region of
Arras'. Fighting has been resumed in
thenregio nof "Albert-The Germans are
again bombarding Rheims; The Ger Ger-irlans
irlans Ger-irlans were repulsed in the Argonnes,
losing heavily.

Kopf, in Alsace'were unsuccessful.

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CRUMPLED

Maestricht, March 22.- A new Zep Zeppelin
pelin Zeppelin was wrecked at Liege Saturday,
CJVIL-SERVICE EXAMINATION

Worse than Any Other Neutral Na Nation
tion Nation from the War
Geneva, March 22. In proportion
to her position, population and area,
Switzerland is suffering financially
perhaps more than any other neutral
nation. She has spent over $60,000, $60,000,-000
000 $60,000,-000 on her army; she has lost Ecvefal
millions on her exports and as much
in decrease of production of her in industries
dustries industries closed for lack of raw ma material.
terial. material. From Aug. 1 to the end of
December the hotels in the" Bernese
Oberland' alone have a deficit of ?5, ?5,-000,000
000,000 ?5,-000,000 owing to the : loss of Ameri American
can American and Esglish patrons.

having

Black-

. -The United States Civil Service
Commission announces that on April
10th, 1915, an open competitive exam examination
ination examination will be held for the positions
of clerk and city carrier in the Ocala
post office.
Applicants must have reached their
18th, but not "their 45th, birthday on
the date of examination. The age
limit is waived, however, in the case
of persons honorably discharged from
the naval or military service of the

U. S., by reason of disability result

ing from wounds or sickness incurred
in the line of duty. Male applicants applicants-must
must applicants-must measure 5 feet 4 inches in bare
feet. Married women will not be ad admitted
mitted admitted to this examination. This pro prohibition
hibition prohibition does not apply, however, to
divorced women or to women separat separated
ed separated from their husbands and support
themselves.
For application blank (Form 1371)
and "Instructions to Applicants" ad-

i dress the secretary local board C. S.

Mrs. Gertrude DeLance is
much success in selling the

J stone vacuum massage machine. This

is a handy little contrivance, which
should have a place on every toilet
table. It costs very little money 'and
would s-ave anyone particular about

their complexion both money
time.

and

Mr. Caldwell, -superintendent of the
electric plant, and his assistants
sacrificed most of their Sunday rest
yesterday to putting in new trans transformers
formers transformers at the corner of Fort King
avenue and Main street. The eleva elevators
tors elevators in the Ocala House, Harrington,
Holder block and the -machinery in
three factories are governed by these
transformers, so Sunday morning is
the only time when they could be
changed without great interference
with necessary work. The change
from six small transformers to three
large ones will save the city consid considerable
erable considerable money in the course of a year,
beside reducing the probability of ac accident.

By GEORGE RANDOLPH CHESTER and LILLIAN CHESTER
fhe creates? novel the-latest novel by America's most popular author Illustrated with simultaneous mov-
nir tirs produced bv 'he Reliance Motion Picture Crr r-a?- K v arrangement for this oaDer
"RUNAWAY JUNE" WILL START IX THE EVENING STAR DURING THIS WEEK. BE SURE TO READ
THE OPENING CHAPTERS. PICTURES AT THE TEMPLE THEATER

Examiners, Ocala, Fla., or the Dis-.dyes

trict Secretary at the address be below.
low. below.
Secretary Fifth Civil Service Dis't.?
Atlanta, Ga.

Complete line of Paas Easter egg

Globe-Wernicke cabinets and safe'
at. The Murray Company. 3-20-3t

-every imaginable color, at The

19-tf.

Court Pharmacv.

A large shipment of Norris Candies
just received at the Court Pharmacy.
None better made. l'J-tf

People who trade with the Rexall
stores get. best quality in everything.
Gerig'd. 18-tf

j SEE THE FARM
Springs road which

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

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

on the Silver
furnishes the

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

- All varieties of seed com; also mil millet
let millet and Forghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf.

Try one of those frosted pints c
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny- tf

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OCA LA EVENING ST A it, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1915

V

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
DITTIXGEIV & CARROLL, rROriUETORS

FORT MYERS TO

Be a great city!

u It. Carroll. General Manager

" J. II. Benjaftiin, Editor

Col. Henry Watterson, who has

been spending some time at Fort My-;
ers, where with Mrs. Watterson he
spends part of each winter, has the ;

. ,r t Pernod. Business Manager j following to say, in an issue last :

i on -j week of the Forfc Myers Press of the

Entered at Oc'a, Fla.,

stoffice as second class matter.

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
Oi c year, m advance. ,
Six months, In advance.-.
Three months, In advance.
Out month, In advance. .

55.00
2.50
, 1.25
. .50

(Foreign)

One year- in advance.
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, in advance.
One month, in'advance

$8,00
4.25
2.25
.80

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If there had never been any hell in
the Hellespont, it would be put there
now. .;" ' V

A weeK s DanK cieanngs m
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ville total almost tnree muuon u-

lars.; .
R. J. Bolles is a next-door neighbor

of the Fort Lauderdale bentinei, anu
it stands up "for him without flinching.
A hundred thousand tons of mili military
tary military and naval supplies left New York
for British and French" ports Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. '"V ;
It is proven that the Dresden was
sunk in neutral waters, but the Chil-
". -vrvVltV llttlf SO

ian navy ainouiii (,";
Great Britain doesn't care. r ;
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A German Zeppelin sailed over
Paris in the sma hours of Sunday

morning, dropping bombs, but not ao ao-ing
ing ao-ing much damage.

x n Wo 11 imminent business

man of Tampa,-will be one of the
.niirintoa to- onnose Senator Bryan

for 're-election to the United States

Woodr'ow Wilson has the greatest
problems to solve that have confront confronted
ed confronted any president since Lincoln. He is
making a mighty fair average. ;

very comprehensive and detailed ac account
count account of the fighting around. Troy.
But Homer was not born until over
300 years after the fall of Ilium,-so
he was hardly in the same class with
the modern war correspondent.

future of that growing South Florida
city:
"It has long been my conviction,
j that the West Coast, due to its far
j superior natural advantages in unlim

ited wealth of fertile soil, deep water
harbors, and natural tropical beau beauty,
ty, beauty, would ultimately see a develop development,
ment, development, brought about through the
agency of many financial channels, far
superior to that of any portion of
the wonderful state of Florida. It is
but natural that the millions spent in
the past in development in other and

older sections of the state should re result
sult result in those sections holding for the

present the lead, due' to the expendi expenditure
ture expenditure of these vast sums, but I predict,

and the time" is rapidly approaching,

that the West Coast, most particular
ly Lee county and that portion im

' So far as the Star knows, no Ocala
business house has lessened its floor
spa?e since the war began. Two right
across the way from us the John
Dozier Company, wholesale grain and
feed, and the Taylor Printing Com Company,
pany, Company, have just doubled theirs.

At the next session of the legisla legislature
ture legislature Representative Goldstein of Nas Nassau
sau Nassau county, will introduce a bill pro providing
viding providing that cities may change their
charters at any timec without appeal

to the legislature. This bill has so

many good points in its favor that we
fail tft see how any member of the

legislature can vote against it. Fort
Pierce News.
The neople of a town generally

know better what they want than the
legislature does. The. power of
changing charters has generally been
reserved to legislatures in the South
because in everystate there are some

cities with a large preponderance of

negro population. This consideration
has caused home rule to be taken
away from Jacksonville a time or two.

mediately adjacent will through sheer

merit .alone, rank as the true garden

spot in wonderful-tropic South Flori

da, with Fort Myers leading in popu

lation and wealth over any city in the
state with the probable exception of
Jacksonville and Tampa.
"I know of but one ther city in
Florida that has kept pace with Fort
Myers during the past five years in
proportion to population, in growth
and development, and. with the con

struction of a railroad connecting Fort

Myers with the East Coast a matter

of but a short time, with the proba
ble construction of a ship canal con

necting the West Coast with the East,

of which Fort Myers will be the wes western
tern western terminus, this city will in my
opinion, rank within the next few
years as the third largest city in the
state."

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A GOOD MILITARY COMPANY
A FINE ADVERTISEMENT

BAKING POVSER

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MRS. NATHAN ROSENBAUM

And

it does

Mrs. Helen M. Angle, the woman
acquitted Saturday in Bridgeport,
; Conn., of, killing a man, was neither
nretty nor rich; Perhaps she was ac

quitted because she ,was innocent, and

possibly because she was a woman.
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' Spring officially began at noon Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. By ten o'clock Sunday night, the
weather felt like it' had become un-:-
sprung.-" ,:'".; y '"' v;. v .'
.The act of Asa G. Candler, the well
known Atlanta capitalist, in .taking a
big issue of state of Georgia bonds,
has caused New York ; financiers to
sit up and take notice. -

"Carranza is reported fortifying
himself in Vera Cruz. If he is' shut

up in that town, he will s6on be all in.

Ex-Senator Theodore Ei Burton of
Ohio is a possibility for the jrepub-

lican nomination for the presidency
-' next year. ';' :-"-i':y

After thirteen years in the posi position,
tion, position, Dr.' W. ,F. Blackman has resign resigned,
ed, resigned, his position as president of Rol Rollins
lins Rollins College, his resignation to take
place Sept. 30.- ?
' Gen. David J. Palmer, of Des" Des"-Moines,
Moines, Des"-Moines, Ia.V national commander of
the G. A; R.," and Past Commanders
Van Sant of Minneapolis, Minn., and
Bardner of Albion, -Mich., ane visitors
to St. Petersburg

The Dardanelles campaign is a rep repetition
etition repetition on a larger scale of the San Santiago
tiago Santiago campaign. The allied fleet is
not likely to win unless it is aided by
a powerful land force. y,

When the war began, it is reported
that Austrians who invaded Serbia

carried small doses of deadly poison,

to take in case they were made pris prisoners.
oners. prisoners. This was because of the repu reputation
tation reputation the Serbs had for maltreating
their prisoners. A Red Cross delega delegation
tion delegation that has just gone to Serbia finds
60,000 Austrian prisoners in that
country. Most of them are out on
parole, and are kindly treated by the
people. ' y-,
The German submarine that at attacked
tacked attacked the British liner Lapland in
the Irish Sea a few days ago,- came
very near bringing matters to a ser serious;
ious; serious; issue between its country and
America. Among the passengers on
the Lapland were the son of Ambas

sador Morganthau and several other

Americans. It is believed the. sub submarine
marine submarine was "sunk by. the torpedo I6at,

which was convoying the Lapland.

The Dardanelles, along which such
fierce fighting is now going on, was
called the Hellespont in the days of
ancient Troy, which according to the
legend was destroyed by the Greeks
thirty centuries ago. Homer gave a

Memel, the city -on the Baltic taken

by' the "Russians last week, is a' place

of about 30,000 people, It is the most

northeastern pori.efiEasC Prussia, in

the province of Courland, that juts up

between Russia and the Baltic. A

great deal of the phosphate, that is
shipped from Florida to Russia' goes

'thru Memel. and the port is well

known to our phosphate men.-

Mr: Marcus Frank, received a tele telegram
gram telegram yesterday morning, from New Newport
port Newport News, Va., giving the sad news
of the death of his youngest sister,

Mrs. Nathan Rosenbaum, formerly
Miss Nellie Frank. The telegram gave
no particulars and did not state when
she died. It was a great shock to Mr.
Frank, as he did hot know that she
had been ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank, left on the
limited Sunday for Savannah, where

they left their two children with Mrs.

Frank's parents and went on to New

port News to attend the funeral,
which will be held tomorrow morn-mg.

Mrs. Rosenbaum resided in Ocala

for a number of years when a young

girl and there are a great many peo people
ple people here who will remember her and

mourn her early death. She had been

married a little over three years and
leaves a little son about two years of
age." Her mother, Mrs. M. Handles Handles-man,
man, Handles-man, resides in Salsbury, N. C. -',
Mr. Asher Frank of Tampa, came
up yesterday afternoon on the limited
afid went on with his brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank have a wide
circle of friends in Ocala who will
sincerely grieve with them in the sud sudden
den sudden loss of his sister. ..." y
Mr." Frank gave instructions that
his store remain closed until after the
funeral of his lister.

better york. Sim Simply
ply Simply follow yci:r cus customary
tomary customary method c f pre preparation
paration preparation r.dd it liltle
less of Calumet than
when usir.rt ordinary
baking powder. Th.cn
w a t c h the result
Ligh.t,fluny,imd cyen cyen-y
y cyen-y raised the baking
comes iVom the oven
moretempting?tastier,
more wholesome.
Calumet insures the
baking oFT.'m expert. Ask

" your grocer today

Received

C. G. Cantrell writes for the Perry j
Herald the following argument for. the j
military company of his town. Thej
Star recrints it in full, "because it ar- i

I plies to Ocala as well as it does to i

Perry, and may open the eyes of some ;
of our business men who oppose j
rather than support our home com-j
pany:
The railroad car in which your!
company goes to camp each year car- j

ries a cloth runner bearing your name
on each side of the car; everybody on
the road sees it and it is for ten days
standing by a brick road that runs
from Jacksonville to our camp ground.
Thousands of visitors see the en en-ramned
ramned en-ramned trooDS each summer. Your

company rifle team goes each year to
the state camping ground for the
state shoot, and this fall the national
shoot will be held there, too, and
some one of our sharp-shooters should

compete for the prize; there will be

fifteen men on each state team and
this will be the very biggest event'of
its kind in the history of firearms.
Having a company in your town
brings to you for several days a mus mustering
tering mustering officer, once a year two inspec inspec-torsi
torsi inspec-torsi once a year a sergeant from the
United States army as instructor -to
the enlisted men and officers. If none

of these men ever said a word about

your town they would spend a total'
civtv 1nvs -ner vear with you. Al

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live company is always glad to par parade
ade parade on any special occasion, especially
when visitors are in your city. A
smart company can give you advertis advertising
ing advertising that you could not buy for any
amount of money; and, instead of buy buying
ing buying it, you get paid to take it.

LOUIS R. CIIAZAL & SONS 0.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT

Holder Building
Telephone 223

P. O. Box 472
Ocala, Fla. r

'Uu Kev. Abbott Charles, Pres.

llev. Talker IJ?nedict, Director.

St- Leo

Five Miles West of Dade City and One Mile East of San Antonio
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June. 4, 1889
CLASSICAL ANi)' COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL' MONTHS
U. S. l'OST OF! ICK, TELKGKAPII. TKLKPHOXK, KXI'KKSS ami
. C..L. TICK ITT t)FFICK AT THE COIXKCK"
FALL TERFil OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 6, 1914
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA

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Senator Fletcher may have been

somewhat indiscreet in his criticism

of the press, but the ferocious joy

with which the papers, opposed to him

seized .upon his utterance, and the
extreme" tone of their criticism, partly

justified the worst that he said.

Highest nJlt j
Awards iPVyjU f
VorU's Pare llB JlP
H Fooa Expose K?siy
U tioa, Chicago, Vfe fe'
i iiunoii. m jteroT
U Te ioa't nn money wten yon tor cteap or tit-e I
i bakinc powder. Doa't be misled. Bay Calamet. It' I
1 nor economic! mor wholesome rrre bet rwnltJ. B
H Calnatet is tx superior to soar milk and soda. i

governjnent," are John R. Markley,
head and master mind; Isaiah B. Mil

ler, Charles M. McMahon, William H.
ATTTiRtronjr. Jr.. and Col. A. G. Stew-

or ,
art, ofncers' and directors in the lav

icVilir rnnitalized entemrises that

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$25,000,000.
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One trouble with most movements
started in Jacksonville is' that they
start in talk, and end in the same ar article.
ticle. article. Metropolis.

Jacksonville isn't the only pebble Munchausen.

on xne Deacn in xnis respect.

It is a good thing that the war cor correspondent
respondent correspondent has been suppressed. Judg Judging
ing Judging by the reports sent in ,by those
who covered the Spanish-American
war, they are the most gilt-edged

liars who" have lived since the days of

fflosviuiiie Fai?tlei3iiH2ii? .-' :

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Long years ago Yankee notions of cooking
gave place to the dainty, toothsome cookery of the
South, and today in Boston, New York, Philadelphia
or Chicago the'honors for "extra good items on, a
hotel bill of fare are shared between the skill of the,,
Parisian chef and the dictation of -the Southern
housewife to her skilful "mammy."
To match the culinary skill of the Southland,'
.a new, unique and ready-to-eat corn food-was orig originated

"Its a long way to Tipperary" is
becoming quite a favorite tune in
Ocala and probably many other Am

erican communities.- It is a lively and

pretty tune, and its no- wonder the
British like it. Seems to the Star,
though that if France needs a tune

for her enthusiastic fighters to charge

by, she should instruct her 7 military
bands to' play "Dixie" at the psych-

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licious dish seems to indicate its great measure of
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success in a section where exceptional cookery is so
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common. ..
If you are interested in something "sweet to
eat," that requires no cooking, has a. rich corn
flavor, and carrier a pleasing, smack of., satisfac--tioh,
Avhy-r-order roni your grocer a package of
POST TOASTIES J-...

2 SmipeFlOF Core" Flakes

The prosecution of Terre Haute,

Ind., officers for election frauds, re reminds
minds reminds the readers of the days of Boss

Quay and his "blocks of five" in 1888.
One witness "testified that he voted 28
times in one day at a dollar a vote.

Only a dad, with a tired face
Coming home from the daily race,
"Rrinprinc little of eold or fame

To show how well he has played the

game, ..
But glad in his heart that his own
rejoice
To see him come and to hear his voice.
Only a dad, of a brood of four,
One of ten million men or more,
Plodding along in the daily strife,
Bearing the whips and scorns of life
With never a whimper of pain or hate
For the same of those who at home
' y await. J
Only a dad, neither rich nor proud,.
Merely one of the surging crowd,
Toiliner. striviner. from day to day,

Facing whatever may come his way;
Silent, whenever the harsh condemn,
And bearing it all for the love of
them. ...
Only a dad, but he gives his all
To smooth the way for, his children
small,
Doing, with courage stern and grim,
The deeds that his father did for him,
This is the line that for him I pen,
Only a dad, but the best of men.
Detroit Free Press.

Easter cards, The Murray Company.

Two brave socialists in the Ger

man reichstag criticised the actions of
the war party Saturday. .One of them
denounced the reported order, by
which three Russian villages were to

be destroyed for every German village
burned by the Cossacks.

Edward II. Weil, formerly post

master at Wade, in Alachua county,

skipped out a few weeks ago, and it
is said that when the postofBce in inspector
spector inspector looked over his accounts he

found them nearly S8000 short. It is

reported that Weil has been captured
at Chelsea, Mass.

President Wilson has respited the

five-leading members of the Markley

syndicate, a get-rich-quick gang re recently
cently recently sentenced to penal terms in the

federal courts for fraudulent use of
the mails. This bunch, pronounced by

the postoffice department' to be "the
biggest and most dangerous get rich

quick swindlers ever convicted by the

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

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For Good Wood
I BIG Load for SI.
Yi:r .der will hare
itnintliate Attention-
j J L. SMO AR
J At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the city!

council ot tne cuy 01 vuia, 10.1
rouTitv. Florida.- will apply to the leg-

""tdofnVo of iht state of Florida, at the

next session thereol lor local or bpe bpe-cial
cial bpe-cial legislation to change and amend
the city charter of the said city as
follows: :
That all taxes which are levied by

said city upon real and personal prop property
erty property shall be collected substantially

in the same manner proviaea dy iaw
For the collection of state and county

taxes, or that may be hereafter pro-

viaea, in to itr u cams
raKlpr that the citv council of said

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city shall be the equalization ooara lor

said city in such matters ana inai it
shall be emDowercd to provide by or

dinance for the hearing and adjusting
of all complaints in such matters, 'and

for the time of assessing ana collect

ing such taxes, the opening and clos closing
ing closing of the tax books, the duties of
the tax assessor in relation to the re

turn and assessment of property, in

addition to the powers already con

ferred in such matters upon saia
council; that any property not taxed
for any vear by reason of omission or

error, or that escaped tne payment 01
the taxes for any year by reason of

such error or omission shall be taxed
the next ensuing year for both the
tax for the year in which such error
or omission occurred in addition to
the taxes for such ensuing year.
To empower said city to levy a spe special
cial special tax annually not to exceed one

mill on all property taxable by. saia
city, for the maintenance or -assistance
of hdspitals, band concerts, and
rest rooms within the corporate limits
of said city, and to secure publicity
for said city. . v
To empower1 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 a-in the case of other municipal
rmmoses. '

To empower said city tomake and
enter into contracts with any of its
own officers until" such, a time as the
census of population of said city shall
show it to contain more than 10,000

inhabitants.
That there shall be a city clerk, a
city treasurer and a city collector
elected annually by the city council in
accordance with law, whose powers
and duties shall he such as shall be
fixed by the city council of said city.
To empower said city to issue in industrial
dustrial industrial bonds not to exceed $50,000,

to encourage and. assist in the estab

lishment of factories and enterprises
within the corporate limits of said
city, and to make such loans to the
owners or parties interested in such
enterprises or factories as may be ap approved
proved approved bv a majority of the bond trus trustees
tees trustees of said city, provided the interest
charged on such loans is not to be less
than the interest paid on such bonds.,
To empower the said city to re reassess
assess reassess paving and sidewalk special as assessments
sessments assessments "which may be void by rea reason
son reason of irregularities and errors; anc
to empower- the said city tr
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 pav-inpr
inpr pav-inpr on any property by said city.
That the members of the city coun council
cil council are to each receive the salary of
$15 per month, and that any mem

ber absenting himself from any reg-i

ular meeting of the city council shall

have the sum of 7.d0 deducted Irom
such salary, unless he had first se secured
cured secured the written consent of the
president of the council to be absent.
That only the duly qualified and
registered voters of the said city "who
possess real .or personal property sub subject
ject subject to taxation by said city to the
amount of $200 and who have paid the
taxes last due thereon shall be per permitted
mitted permitted to vote in any election called
for the purpose of issuing bonds of
the said city.
That no franchise of 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.
registered voters of the city of Ocala
voting at an election for that purpose
called and that any person, firm o o-corporation
corporation o-corporation desiring to, secure any
such franchise shall deposit with the
city clerk of the said city at such
time as shall be fixed by the city
council, a sufficient sum of. money, the
amount thereof to be fixed by the city
council, sufficient to defray all the ex expenses
penses expenses of calling and holding such an
election. '

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Long of 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.
MARSH
PHONE 108 Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery

WINDSOR HOTEL AND PARK
Jacksonville, Florida

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Tickets on Sale MARCH 23rd, 24th and 25th... Final limit MARCH 31st.

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VIA PALATKA' and RETURN 10.8"
VIA SANFORD and RETURN $10.45..
For'tickets' and information call on Atlantic C :ne Ticket Agend a
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Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight
Furniture, Pianos
and Safe.
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TVic General-says:

Trying to save money by

.C-J .a Price".

siLJ riCCiin j enay.wise foolishness. A
Means "Cut fJ inan in Iowa saved $8.00

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1 1 purchasing cneap rooring is

.:k!'':--:-:! i Sunday was a special guest, joining
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trie young laaies m xime x.o enjoy noi
fr A T A nAflV A T A TPT71 A TDC 1 chocolate and cake, servetl by the
OUALlA OUOIA-L Al r AliXO gjhostesses when needles had been put

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Price" Quality

on a cheap roofing and lost

32 tons cf hay.

Buy materials that last

(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 10)

Aflc yonr dealer f-r rr rr-wrts
wrts rr-wrts nuwie by us th .y t-ur
our iKtmc.
( Ail yrwir aKii prts.y
kt Surfaced liuagli
Ddnin Fell
TTd fVltt
. DuiUUng Papers

X-filj guaranteed 5 years
2-p!y jr-uriteetl 10 years
2-p'y siiETsiilecd 15 yeaxs

fn-u'ating Papers
Wail Boards
Puutic Rofinst Cement
A pHa!i Cement
Hoof Coating
Mttal PainU
Oat!oor PainU
SbiRgie Stain
Refined Coal Tar
Tar Coating

General Roofing iVinnufacVjHng Company
Rev Tarb City BcsJta Ct-'e-o n-ir3 rilTaidpHi "Al!U ClcvelaaJ
t Lama Oacamati Eaa:M Ciy MJcncap'-lU Saa Fraacuc Seaie Union Hamburg

Detrsit
Sjdaey

i were read and corrected. The presi-!

dent announced that the next meex-t her home at CandIer f rom a i

! ino- wnuld be Saturday, March J, ana;

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Forestry Program at the
Club Saturday

TV,a Wnman's Cltib met in regular

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?1 mVi tliA nrpc.ident. Mrs. G

dings presiding.
The minutes of the last meeting:

Parcel Post Sale
Friday, March 26th, a parcel post j

- sale will be held at the skating rink j
Woman's guests cf Mr. and Mrs. Port Leaven- j under the auspices of the W. C. T. U., j

good. They were accompanied home J beginning at b o clock:, in connection ;
by Mrs. Leavengood and her mother, i vith the sale an old fashion straw-.
Mrs. Alvarado DeVane, who will vis- j berry festival will also be held. The
it the Ancient City for several weeks. I sale will take place promptly at 8
They made the trip in Mr. Hills Stu- j o'clock, and the packages will be sold
! debaker car. j for 10 cents, each containing an ar-

ticle of that value. The public is cor-
Mrs. C. H. Mathews returned Satur- j dially invited to attend.

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the program m charge ot .hiss truFt Lai2derdale.
Wartmann. art chairman.

Mrs. W. T. Gary, of the housenoia,
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- . nhn iitner entertainea mis

port and presented tne ciUD Methodist Sewing

i.ui t" Jitvmw i. r,r. nnmmwt tmntin'r

ping the Kitchen.

Hocker announced.

saw

Mrs. William

that Mrs. Frank Jenjngs wouid be j . , A

i present at the meeting on AprU 17, -irs. "u "c

Close to the Cham-

pionship

j In the fastest and prettiest game
A.t her home on Adams street Mrs. of basketball of the season, played

after- i last night in the armory, the girl's

Circle, j team of Stetson University were de-"''

feated by the team of the Cathedral
School, with a score of 17 to 12. Never :
has the local team been more jubilant
over a victory for it is the first time

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We have just received about
20 of the .very latest tabrics
- and styles in Ladies'
SILK AFTERNOON DRESSES

These are -suitable for all
occasions. They are priced
from

V i C, ; d that she : the last of the week from West Palm this year that the Stetson girls have'
'"I d a efDEiSBeach, whefe as the guest of Mrs. j lost a game, and until now they have ;
, iiaU rueivtu c i.. : ,ii;Uff,il1ir nnfo. i clfl:ml the state rhftmninnshin. whirh i

TwpII. Stevens federation health ey, ae is uci w..-
Lweii- Stevens, icutiat , is now questioned. In the first game
chairman, in which she sa!d the fed-gained. between Stetson and the Cathedral i
eration tuberculosis bed at Tnfty gon have School, played 4n DeLand, the former!

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For the newest in Ladies
Garments always cqme t us.

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tient would be received. i returned to biiver bpnngs Irom a vis-
The program for-the afternoon was j it to relatives at Ft. Pierce and Ft.
;v,o.o- rf tVP fnrestrv committee, I Lauderdale.

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of. which Mrs. R. A. Burford is chair- ,..
man. j The .;Uiet dances a the uoyal

Sidney Lanier's beautiful liallad j paim grill room came tc tn last
of Trees" was the opening selection, j night in one of the most largely at at-It
It at-It was impressively read by Mrs. F. R. tended and socially successful even even-Bridges.
Bridges. even-Bridges. ing's of the season. Dancing contin-

In the absence of Mrs. ueo. vj. ued until midnight..

Looney, who was prevented from be

ing present on- account of illness,
Mrs. Burford read her paper on "His "History
tory "History of Forestry in the United

States." Mrs. Looney had prepared
the paper with much study, compiling

with her data extracts culled Irom

articles .written by scientific for

esters and it was listened to with deep

interest.
The next number was a delightful

vocal solo bv Miss Musie Bullock. Her

selection, "The Pine," was most ap-

Numerous parties .were gathered
about the tables, some remaining late late-to
to late-to enjoy the negro melodies sung by

the orchestra, and the music of their

stringed instruments.
Among the guests present were Dr
and Mrs. J. M. Jackson, Mrs. Annie
L. Patterson, Mr. Srmuel Barco and
others. Miami Herald.
Misses Mary and Anna McDowell
entertained the members of the Pres

byterian sewing circle this afternoon

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nrnnrinte and charmingly given, as : Rev. R. H. Herndon of Cleveland,

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waa also her second number, "IS ion Tenn., who occupied the pulpit at the.

Aver by Mattel. She was accom- .fresbyterian cnurcn lor ootn services

panied on the piano by Miss Ethel j

Haycraft.

Work of conserving parks in Gen

eral Federation and Florida Federa

tion" was the title of a splendid and

instructive article read by Mra. Frank

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We wish to announce to the public of Cen Cen-iraLFJorida
iraLFJorida Cen-iraLFJorida that our large and up-to-date Bottling
Plant is now open, ready for inspection and visi visitors
tors visitors are welcome. '.. 2
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mous famous Georgia drink,

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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
softdrihks: : :
? i Our plant is two blocks south of the square, on
Ivtain street
CHER0 COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Phone -52l-M- -:- : : Ocala, Fla.

Mrs. George Armstrong, president

of the Y. W. C. A. in'Savannah, for-

merly. Miss Lucy vamp, oiims cny i

cave ah informal talk on the work j

being accomplished by the association

in her city. The Y. W. C..A. work is
a world-wide movement and stands
for betterment of womanhood. Mrs.

Armstrong explained various branches

of the work and answered .a number

of questions asked by her audience.
' Mrs.- Bnrford snoke briefly of three

proposed bills to be presented at fhe

next legislature, by the" legislative

committee of the Florida Fe'deration

namelv: compulsory education, more

-X stringent marriage laws and a. .home

for delinquent girls. Mrs. Burford is

oneof-the' elub's most active and best

forestry lines, having been" chairman

of that particular committee for two

years, and her program Avas one oj
great' interest, v -

There being no farther business the

club adjourned. 'During the social

half hour, Mrs. W. T. Gary served
tea and wafers.

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protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re-

I suit in a cube of glistening goodness. -
; Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ours. Let u
have your custom we deserve it.
j 0saHa Ice & : iPacMirngj Co;:.

Tlie Manaseraent of DR. McCL A N E
Medical- Surgical, Hydropathic
and 'Electric- Instituted v
Announces the moving 01 the -Institute
oiilcesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
-Building on Main Streets southeast corner
of Public Square; entrance" between The
'Murray Co. i and -Troxler -s stands.
Larger Quarters, More Kully Equipped and will be Kun'
Strictly Upon, Ethical tines
'ICU.-Ci 9 A. rl TO 4,30 P. M. PHONE 333

Seabreeze Wedding of Social Interest

Mr. II W. Courtney of Seabreeze
hasa number of friends and acquaint

ances in Ocala who will learn with

interest of his marriage last Monday

o Mrs, Dickhut of Indianapolis, Ind.

The bride was honor guest, at a series

of pre-nuptiaP parties, among the

TmstPsses bein?? Mrs. T. H. Ke?ating

and, "Mrs. Ackland Stilling, nee Mil Mildred.
dred. Mildred. Randall For the friends and ac-

quamiances 01 me oriue au yiuum

and those assisting, we reprint the

ollowing from the Seabreezs notes

in Times-Union:

"At the beautiful -new v home on

North Grand view avenue prepared for

his bride, under the soft illusination

of hundreds of candles-the marriage
"ceremony which made William Had Had-win
win Had-win Courtney arid Mrs. Cora W. Dick Dick-fiut
fiut Dick-fiut man and wife was solemnized by

Rev. J. H. Drew, pastor in charge of

the First Congregational church of

Daytona. -The only attendant was

Master Newton Wilmington, : who

presented the wedding" ring on a

white fatin pillow. A brilliant recep

tion followed the ceremony, in which
the bride was assisted by Mrs. C. A.
Kenney, mother of Mr. Courtney, Mrs.

Wilmington, sister of the bride, Mrs.

J. E. D. Graves, Mrs. Ackland Stlling,

Mrs. Benjamin Richards, Misses
Coates, -Keatingr:.Gertnide Randall."

The Great Ser Service
vice Service of Fisk Tires
is Due to the
Exclusive Heavy
Car Type Fisk
Construction
FrOrh every corner of the
lobe "where Heavy Car
Type Fisk Tires are used
come reports of Great-

est Service. These re reports
ports reports prove :
Fircti ihat Fisk design is
right;' second," that the
proper materials are
used; third, that these
materials are blended in
the proper proportions
to make a balanced
whole, a tire each part
of which is attuned to the
other so as to work in
nprfect harmonv for a

r-
common end that end
being SERVICE.
The exclusive HEAVY
CAR TYPE Fisk Con Construction
struction Construction is responsible
for this tire perfection.
D A VIES
-' THE TIRE MAN9
Ncxl Srulhcrn Fxprc ss
Compary
OCALA FLA.

was the winner, and the result of last

night's game will necessitate a third
game, played on a neutral court, toj

decide the tie. The Cathedral School
has won and lost a game with Ocala,
and expects to play this tie off in
Leesburg next Friday evening. If they
are victorious there, and also win the
third game with Stetson, they will
hold the state championship until de

feated. Orlando Reporter Star.

The Ocala team has not been no-
tified yet of the above plans.
-.
Mrs. T. T. Munroe, who has suffer suffered
ed suffered severely withrthe grip, is better to today.
day. today. Miss Mae Stein, after over a week's
illness with the grip, is again able to
be at her post in the gas company's

office.
-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer
are home from a fortnight stay at
Homosassa.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pasteur and
Miss'Tillie Pasteur of Lake Weir
were guests Sunday of relatives.
The reading club will meet tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon with Mrs, C. H. Lloyd.
'
Mr. and Mrs. Allison Wartmann
and Mrs. E. L.1 Wartmann visited
relatives yesterday, motoring in from

Citra in thejpaoxjaing

Tfav T? TT TTrnf1nn nftfr a visit n

three davs in he city a guest at tlie

home of Mrs. jt. II. Icjkmelin eaves
tomorrow foruUmlitTila. Rev. Hern-

Ki don delivered two splendid sermons at
I Pthe Presbyterian church yesterday. M

GOOD BAKING POWDER AND GOOD
FLOUR GO HAND IN HAND
We sell Calumet Baking Powder and Henry
Clay Flour to you under a "'Money Back Guar Guarantee.
antee. Guarantee. Get a can of this well known brand today, ana
See if it does not do all and More than is claimed
for it. "BEST BY TEST," both Flour and Baking
Powders.
V
One 10c Can of Calumet Baking Powder FREE,
with a 24 pound sack of Henry Clay Flour
CARN-TH0MAS COMPANY.

who owns the dwelling the business
your name?

property that stands in

of course you think that you doj 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.

Mr. John Long of Tampa was a

visitor Sunday, arriving" on the noon
train and returning home on the early
morning Seaboard.

Mrs. Frank Drake., who is ill at a
hospital in Jacksonville, was not able
to return to Ocala yesterday. How

ever, her physician says she can leave
the hospital the last of the week. Mr.
Drake will go up to; accompany his
wife home. S
. .
Dr. A. J. Beck of Orlando vas a
visitor Supday.

florida title and abstract corporation

ocala, "a-

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W. C. T. U,

The regular meeting of the W. C. T.
U. will be held Tuesday afternoon at
C o'clock at the Baptist church.

ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES
During Lent, the members of the
Woman's Auxiliary of the Episcopal
church have been studying "The So Social
cial Social Aspects of Foreign Missions," by
W. H. P. Faunce, president of Brown
University, Providence, R. I. Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon, March 23rd, at 3:30
at the rectory, Mrs. Ford H. Rogers
will give a resume-of this book.

ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF

; Ocala, FlorMa
4 Restaurant with Moderate prices
- NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
rLECTHIC KL.KVATOU SERVICH PIIOXKS IX ALL IKKlMS

LOUIS M

MANAGER

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The only Hotel on the Square

ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF

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OCA LANS IN TALLAHASSEE

The friends tf Dr. and Mrs. J. E.

Chace will be interested to know of
the birth of ,& little son to them on

VIarch 21st.

. Mrs. Waiter L. lireen of Plant City,
a recent visitor in Ocala who is now
the guest of ; her sister in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, was honoree tt- a lovely party
given Friday evening by Miss Ruby
Soence. -.
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The Baptist Sewing Circle enjoyed
its weekly meeting ; this afternoon,

with Mrs. J. W. Aiken, on Tuscawilla.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hill, of. St. Aug Augustine
ustine Augustine spent Sunday in" the city the

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
'
Funeral Director and
Embalmer

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

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

219IWE5T BROADWAY

" Hon. R. F. Rogers, the present dem democratic
ocratic democratic postmaster of Ocala, and who
has for many years been one of the
leading figures in the democratic party
of the state, having served a number
of years in the legislature with dis distinction,
tinction, distinction, was here this week to appear
before the board of pardons seeking
elemencv for a number of penniless

state prisoners who for years worked
under lease to him. Col. Rogers en enjoys
joys enjoys the recognized position of being
one of the most humane and big heart hearted
ed hearted men ever connected with the prison
department of this state, and his gen generous
erous generous and constant kindness to the

many unfortunates who. have been in
Ks custody in recent years, has done
much to mollify the harshness of the
convict lease system in Florida.

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The
Laundry
That
Makes
Ocala
Famous

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To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance
CleanFresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business.

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402-404 8.

Main Htreel
OCXLtA. FLO It II A

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Phone J01,

"Go Morffli By Sea

Fine Steamers

Low Fares

DIRECT ROUTE
JACKSONVILLE TO BALTIMORE
AND PHILADELPHIA
FIRST-CLASS FARES

Best Service

TO
Baltimore -Washington
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Philadelphia.

New York.

..$20.00
. 20.00
.. 22.40

Boston

Buffalo .
Pittsburg
Chicago v..

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. .$27.00
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Virginia Style
Smoked Hams
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice & Packing Co
Phone 34

Mr. R. S. Hall of Ocala, one of the

wealthiest men in the state, widely,
known as an extensive naval stores
operator, and the owner of a chain of
hotels in important cities, was here
Wednesday. Mr. Hall is the largest
individual Lessee of state prisoners,
and had considerable business of im importance
portance importance with state authorities.
Judge William M. Gober, a .well
known member of the Ocala bar, was
here Wednesday in the interest of
clients, before the state board of par pardons.
dons. pardons. Tallahassee Democrat.

Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on steamer. Sailings for

lialtimore, vv eanesuay anu 3iituiviijr, i juiauvji.i..
day. For tickets and other informat ion, call on or address
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANSPORTATION' CO."

. Jacksonville, Florida

Put YbtirrAd. in' the 3

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FOUR
OCA LA JEVEWING STAR, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1915

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l oCALA OCCURENCES I

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K. of P. meet tonight.

WEATHER REPORT

Elks meet tomorrow

evening.

This report is made from observa-

. Uions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Odd Feilows meet tomorrow night. Weihe, official observer for the gov-
eminent. Max. Mim R. F.

Chicago, III., March 22. May wheat
1.55.
Corn, 73.
Oats, 59.
Pork, nominal.
Lard, 10.30.
Ribs, 10.

Council meets tomorrow evening.

-r- Moose meet Thursday night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.

Magazines, The Murray Company.

Easter cards, The Murray Company.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
.j,
Pythian Sister3 meet tomorrow afternoon.

- Board of Trade meets Thursday evening.

Dr. J. Walter Hood is much fetter
today, and will soon be out again.

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March
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March
March
March
MarJi
March
March
March
March
larch
March
March
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Mr. and Mrs. James Rawls of Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon Were in tCwn today.

March 21

Norris Box Candies at the
Pharmacy .re the best made.

Court
19-tf.

Mr. Tom Proctor, spent Sunday with
friends at Anthony. j

townf

Mr. Frank Sanders was
from Inverness Sunday.

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Local Forecast

Florida tonight, warmer

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For

treme northwest portion; probably
light, frost north portion.
Tuesday, fain except probably rain
extreme northwest portion.

Mr. J. D. Marlin left yesterday for
a week's travel in his' North. Florida
territory.

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Dr. J. L
city todays

Davis of Irvine was in the

on

till it4 as

a

Williams, the Coast Line

agent, has usuL his passenger stati

scrubbed and scoured.

bright as a nw pin.

Mx-Jr-DrEoney leaves tonight for

St. Petersburg, where he will repre represent
sent represent the Marion County Board of
, Trade at the State good roads meet meeting
ing meeting the latter part of the week.

Mrs. L. W.t)eal, after several days'
visit, to her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Durfn,
left today forth'e home' of her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Moore in St.
Petersburg.

Mr.- J. M. Adams of Jacksonville is
in the city on a visit to his brother,
Chief of Police Adams. These two
gentlemen are so much alike that one
is often taken for the other.

Misses Hattie and Hazel Allen, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs". Fred Hardee' of
Bainbridge, Ga., left today for" their
home at Sorrento, after a pleasant
visit- with Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Hollin Hollin-rake,
rake, Hollin-rake, during the Chautauqua.

Easter cards, The Murray Company.

Automobile Owners!
If your car needs PAINTING see
me. If it needs brightening up use my
"AUTO PRESERVATION-POLISH"
and save paint; bills Price $1.00.
TD;; D 1 LLO N
203 N. Main St. ; Phone 193
5CALA, FLORIDA

Siagnant Blood Given
A Qiric!r Impulse

Wonderful S Activity
parted by a Famous
s Remedy,

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The appearance of pimples, bolls, skin
eruptions and all evidence of impure blood,
calls for S.--S. S., the famous blood purifier.
Cathartics.., purges, bowel movers and lax laxatives
atives laxatives won't do.
H No amount of bile will destroy certain
perms which cause Wood and skin eruptions.
They are away .down deep in the tissues,
perhaps in. the very marrow of the bones.
And such a condition calls for tha searching
Influence of S. S. S. It is indeed a remark-
. able remedy, since It is taken up by the blood
stream and never loses Its medicinal lnflu lnflu-,
, lnflu-, ence. On and on it goes, through and
through the entire system and always with
the same definite action to dislodge -germs,,
destroy their activity and stimulate the Hve.
lungs, kidneys, bowels and skin to throw
them out completely. ,.
It stimulates stagnant blood, provides a
rational exhilaration to the nerve centers and
thereby the natural functions of. the body are
aroused to cast out intruders, no matter how,
. strongly Intrenched they may 'be. It refutes
the ancient theory that to destroy within us
the germs that eat into our vitals calls for
drugs that destroy our very existence. ; Get
a bottle ef S. S. S. today of any drugsist and
for special advice on severe blood disorders
write ;at ence to the Medical Adviser, The
- Fwlft' Specific. Co., 103 Swift Bid?., Atlanta,
Ga. Do not accept1 a substitute. Insist
upon what you ask for.

tmmwmw m m a wiW LMi mm mm mymm mKW J i mm ii ii miiwanwM. JW jubjuilij i ui )i un

Mr. W. B. Gatfa&ier, much to the

regret of a hostfoffoiends, js having

a tussie wun gnp. i

JTriBuJs uf Mi: Engene-Dodge will
be delighted to learn that he has re returned,
turned, returned, home after a recent operation
at Dr. Cary P. Rogers' hospital.
Metropolis.
Mrs. J. H. Dean returned today
from a several weeks' visit, with Mrs.
Janies W. Perry at Stanton.

Cant. James Russell of the Lake

A
Weir navy is among the visitors in
the city today.
Miss Mary Connor returned today
from Lake Weir, whore she spent
Sunday with her parents.
Mr. J. H. Dean is among the busi business
ness business visitors in the city today. He
says that the truckers in his section

have so far escaped any injury from"

the cold weather, tho the growth of
the early vegetables is greatly re retarded
tarded retarded by the cool nights pi the! past
few weeks. v
- Mr. I. Dod Israel, the Philadelphia
jewelry, drummer, whose former home
was in Ocala, after spending: several
days renewing old acquaintances, left
today for West Florida,-; points.. He
reports business conditions Improving
daily inthe southeastern states which
comprise his territory..
Mrs. H.O. Cole, who has been quite
sick for ,some weeks,, is., able p. b out
again; -o: '.f-r.crsfj. ;'.:,
Mr. John Proctor 7and daughter,
Miss Tillie were in town today. They
came up from Lake We1" in their !car,
and ran oven to pay friends at Gra Gra-hamville
hamville Gra-hamville a call. ,. :
The State Bankers' Convention

meets Thursday in Palatka. Ocala

will be represented! by Mjessrs. TT.
Munroe and Z. C. Chambliss of :?the
Munroe & Chambliss Bank, E. L.
Wartmann and H.- D. Stokes of the
Ocala National "and D. W. Tompkins
and D. C. Stiles of the Commercial
Bank. V: '. .';- v
Mr. and Mrs. Guthrie of Stanton
passed, thru town yesterday on their
way for a brief visit to relatives' at
Kendrick. ;
Messrs. Close and Frank Sanders,
of the Florida Title & Abstract Cor Corporation,"
poration," Corporation," who have been working up
the records on a large tract of land in
Levy county, have finished their work

apfaEtiirned home.

The Silver Springs left; for Palatka

Saturday morninr with twenty Okla
waha tourists orMard. The City

en thisjmojrnihg.

Philligjiftserday after

noon tor tne east coast, wnere he con

ducts large trucking interests. "At
Fort Pierce he will look after his to tomato
mato tomato farms.-prlando Reporter-Star.
Mr. L. W. Harley, the Mcintosh
merchant, spent Sunday in the city re returning
turning returning home Monday morning.

Mr. E. L. Wartmann returned Sun Sunday
day Sunday from a visit to Leesburg. He was
met at the train by Mr. and Mrs. H.
A. Wartmann, and the entire party
returned to Citra in their car. Mr.
H. "A. Wartmann, who is the Connie
Mack of Citra baseball, says the can cantaloupe
taloupe cantaloupe chuckers will be on hand to
take a few games away from Ocala
this season.
This is, somewhat fierce weather,

butlt is better to have it now than in j
April, as we had it last year. The j
freeze predicted for Saturday and
Sunday night was unable, to overcome
the Florida cloudbanks, but it has
made the atmosphere very disagreea disagreeable.
ble. disagreeable. People may confidently expect
good weather as soon as this disagree

able spell is over.
Speaking of th hard times follow following
ing following the freeze of twenty years ago, a
friend pertinently reminds us that the
freeze didn!t stop the phosphate mines
and turpentine farms. True,- but the
people can't do without turpentine and
phosphate forever, and its the Star's
opinion that both industries will soon
be in full blast again.
Mr. Albert Gerig is again on the
streets shaking hands with his friends.
lr. Gerig is improving rapidly since
leaving Baltimore and will soon be
enjoying his former good health.
Among those who will go to Miami
this week are Mr. Boyer, Mr. H. C.
Jones and Miss 'Marguerite Porter,
taking advantage of the very low rate
offered to the Magic "City on account
of the meeting of the State Press As Association.
sociation. Association. Rev. J. R. Herndon of Cleveland,
Tenn who preached two .fine sermons
at the Presbyterian church yesterday,
will preach again this evening. Dur During
ing During his stay in the city, Mr. Herndon
is the guest of Mrs McDowell.

DECLASSIFIED ADS
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WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE," FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL" NEEDS

FOR RENT Six-room house on S.
Fourth street J electric 'lights, hot
and c6ld 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-
- en." Reward for return of dog and
name of thief. George Davis, care
Davies,.the, TireTMan. 16-tf
FOR SALE Cyphers Incubator, portable-hovers,
light buggy and small
' plowLf Lurveyt at Marsh's market,
-phone 108. 16-6t

FO& RENT Six room cottage on

Tus"cawilla street between '"primary
and high schools. Apply to Mrs.

R. D. Fuller. 6-tf

FOR SALE One well broken and
trained Shetland Pony, wagon and

buggy, with harness, heap 'for

casiv J. u. Kooney. -,

FOR SALE Barred Rock and Indian
Runner duck eggs for hatching. H.

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

FOR RENT We'll located and nicelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial p also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-tf

FOR RENT Two story, ten room

house corner Watula and E. Adams

streets. Possession given at once.
'Apply to W. E. Davis, at the Mun Munroe
roe Munroe & Chambliss National Bank. 4-tf

AV. K. Lane, M, Physician and
Surgeon, specialist' Eye, Ear, Noso
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.

TO THE HOUSEWIFE

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-mon-of
the minor ailments and are
most likely to lead to serious diseases.
A child is much more likely tri con contract
tract contract diphtheria or scarlet fever when
it has a cold. If you will inquire into
the merits of the various remedies
that are recommended for coughs and
colds, you will find that Chamberlain!s
Cough Remery stands high in the es estimation
timation estimation ofpeople 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
. Easter cards, The Murray Company.
Smoke Cuba- Club. 5c Cigar.
RECOMMENDS CHAMBER CHAMBERLAIN'S
LAIN'S CHAMBERLAIN'S CODGII REMEDY
"I take pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my
customers because I have confidence
in it. I find that they are pleased
with it and -call for it when again in
need of such a medicine," writes J. W.
Sexson, Montevailo, Mo. For sale by
all dealers. 3-l-15t

FOR RENT My suburban home in
the southwestern part of town,
.-with two acres of ground; rates
, reasonable to the right party, C.
P. Howell, Ocala, Fla. 2-5-tf

FOR SALE -Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George. W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf

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

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 1G, 18
or 20 feet; must be in good order
and cheap. Box 265. 17-6t-

elver &"MacKay

Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALIIERS
Fine Caskets and Onrial Robes.
D. E. MelVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Embal
merf and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. BL Mcl VER 104
C V. ROBERTS 303
Undertaking Office .45

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n i i ? o vnn fool nt on cr in

the presence of the mightiest.
Good Appearance alone may

not win you the respect of big
men, but it surely will make you

"at home" among them. No actor, how however
ever however great, can play Macbeth at his bet
in his street clothes. Few men can act,
whole-heartedly, act and feel the role of
success before strangers if dressed in the
costume of failure.
GOOD CLOTHES kindle self confi confidence;
dence; confidence; nothing helps more surely to
give that "jusl: right" feeling than a "jut
right1' Suit of Clothes. A weli-gropmed
front is worth more than all the liquid
bracers in the world to make a man feel
worthy of the bdst on equal terms with
the biggest, The very basic idea -.of our
tailoring is the idea of just right clothes.

IF ALL MEN kn-w our system there
Would be no 4 'pretty-nearly-right" dress dressers.
ers. dressers. For why should any 'man take par partial
tial partial satisfaction, when-for the one 'price
of

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we will make you a suit that would cosl:
from $20 to $30 elsewhere.
C WHEN YOU COME to our &orc you
come with1 the intention of ordering ex exactly
actly exactly what your body and tale idtate
and approve. Vou pick the woolen you
want. We put you "down on paper"
dimension by dimension for our cut cutters
ters cutters to follow in cutting your suit, and
you buy oh a guarantee of ALL WOOL
and absolute satisfaction or NO SALE.

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OUR TRADE MARK IS EVERY MAN'S SAFEGUARD. If you buy one of our Suits,
you will soon see, why so many bankers and business men and men in all walks of life buy
our clothes. Because they can get better satisfaction, and better wear and more for their
money than any tailor known. Comprising the season's very latest patterns in weaves and
colors. All the latest English creations as well as a great variety of Staple, and domestic
woolens. Call and let us show you what we can give you for the one price of 315.

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OCALA, FLORIDA

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VEGETABLES, 3IILK AND EGGS
from our own farm dily. Open night

and day, Merchant's Cafe, .tf

NOTICE

OCALA MAX SUFFERED

Souifi "Watula Street Man had a
Hard Time
Mr. Ashley, in gratitude for bene benefit
fit benefit received from Doan's Kidney
Pills, gladly recommends them and
says that- he found them, to be just

as .represented. This is an expres

sion of praise from an Ocala man
for Ocala, people. The facts can

easily be investigated. Read the fol

lowing signed endorsement:-
H. J. Ashley, prop., of the Ashley
Sheet Metal Works, Ocala, says: "I
used Doan's Kidney YiWs, procured
at Ceng's Drug Store, and found
them to be just as represented. They
soon relieved me of backache and
disordered kidneys. I think if taken
as directed, Doan's Kidney Pills, will
cure mcst any ordinary ca?e of kid kidney
ney kidney complaint and I don't hesitate
giving my name praising rhem.'
Price r0c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for. a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills -the fame
that -Mr. Ashley had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. .9

Notice is hereby gri-en that the
board cf county commissioners of Ma Ma-:
: Ma-: rion county, Florida, intend to apply;
to the legislature of the state of Flor-i
; ;da, at its regular session in 1013, fori
; i special Iegisla'ion authorizing the;
re-issue and validation of all outstand outstand-,
, outstand-, Ing county xvan'ants 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 sa-id leg-
islature may see fit to authorize to be
, re-issued and validated; and "also pro pro-i
i pro-i viding for the paymen; of interest
thereon, and for making the said war war-;
; war-; rants payable at fixed periods.
Board County Commissioners, Marion
County, Florida. 1-30

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Write today fcr a testing bct'Js c-.

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The wr,r.js most far!oj verfimc, every drop es f-f-ft
as the livina Llo&iom. I or harJke-Tchkf, atomiser and batx
i- inaf?er sh-svir. AJlc va!.e is in the perfurrw-you d--n't
pzy extra 1-.-r a fancy bottfe. The quality i wonderful. The
rriceoriy 75c. (ncz). Str J 4c. for tha little boltie-snoir
lor tO taiui::ercbkl5. iits today.
PARFUMERIE ED. PINAUD, Department I I
ID. PIUAUD BUILDING rOIV YCrJI

FOR THE STOMACH AND LIVER

I. N. Stus.rt, 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 in-their
their in-their action and the results have been
satisfactory. I value them highly'
; For sale by all dealers. 3-1-lot

NOTICE
The state and county tax books
will close aeccidmg to the la'.vs of
Flo ride' on the last day of March.
- Come as early as you possibly can, can,-thus
thus can,-thus avoiding the big rusli we always
have the last ten or fifteen days the
tax books are open. .Also be ure and
bring or send a correct description of

Magazines, The Murray Company.

X. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BLILDER
Careful Estimates Made on all Cor
ract Work. Givoi I-Iore nd Better
Work f jr. the Zioxzy. th'an Any Other
Contractor in the City.

your property when you wish til
a memorandum of the amount or
pay your taxes thus reducir:; reducir:;-possibility
possibility reducir:;-possibility of an error to the i:
mum. If you "A-rite us do not In Inpatient
patient Inpatient if our reply seems !a
We will answer' as fast as we po
bly ""Can and as near as practical
letters in tho order in whieh t
veie received. Yours vcrv trulv,
W. L. COLBEPX
; 3-4-oCd Tax Collc-ct.;
BEST TREATMENT
. un: constipat:
f "My daughter u J O .. -.
-Tablets for tonstlpaiin ...:!.
suits and I ca-i recommend
j ly," writes Paul B. Rabin, Bru
; For tale bv all dealers. 3-1-1-';

Eacter cards. The Murrnv t

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