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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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Porter & Harding
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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PAID A TREMENDOUS

RAHni5fl!l FnilRHTTfl THF I AST
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Petrograd, March 23w With Prze-f
raysl captured, the Russians are nowj
advancing toward Crakow. The big biggest
gest biggest battle yet fought on Austrian soil I
13 developing.
Late dispatches state that the pris prisoners
oners prisoners taken at the fall of Przeniysl
total 100,000. The Russians found the
city in a terrible state. All the horses
had been killed for food. Disease was
rampant. The hospitals are overflow overflowing
ing overflowing with the sick and wounded. The
streets are full of mounds where the
dead are buried. The great forts were j
a. mass of wreckage.
It is estimated that the victory cost
the Russians 150,000 killed and
wounded.
The Austrians arc rushing rein reinforcements
forcements reinforcements to Crakow and the Carpa Carpathians.
thians. Carpathians. It is reported the Russians
are massing three-quarters of a mill million
ion million troops .in the Carpathians. The
Austrians are beseeching Germany
for aid.
OSSOWIEC HOLDS OUT
Petrograd, March 23. The Ger Germans
mans Germans are preparing to lift the siege
oh Ossowiec. Their siege gun fire is
becoming weaker. V
KROTTIN JEN CAPTURED
Germans Drive Russians Across
Courland Border
the
Berlin, .March 23. German troops
captured the Russian town" of Krottin Krottin-jen,
jen, Krottin-jen, accros3 the border from ; Memel,
pursuing the Russians.
Allied" avaitors bombarded :. Ostppd,
with.lna :eerious. military damdg.:' j
JUDGE ROAN OF GEORGIA
Distinguished Jurist well Known All
Over the South, is Dead
New York, March 23. Judge Roan
of Atlanta died early today in the
Polyclinic Hospital, as a result of an
operation for cancer.
A REMNANT ESCAPED
Vienna Doesn't Whine Over the Rus Russian
sian Russian Victory
Vienna, March 23. Fifteen thou thousand
sand thousand Austrians escaped when Prze Prze-mysl
mysl Prze-mysl fell, joining the Austrian army
on the upper San. The fall of Frze Frze-mysl
mysl Frze-mysl will have no serious effects.
ANOTHER AMERICAN
STEAMER HELD UP
Naples, March 23. The steamship
Finland, New York for Gibraltar,
Naples and Genoa, was boarded by
Italian officers and taken to Genoa to
be searched for contraband.
INFIRMARY BURNED-v
IN INDIANA
' Muncie, Ind., March 23. The coun coun-ty
ty coun-ty infirmary burned this morning. One
of the inmates was burned to death
and seven are missing.
AN OPEN LETTER
FROM MR.
WHITFIELD
Ocala, Fla., March 23, 1915.
To the Public:
I noticed the article in the Star in
which Mr. J. E. Whaley says he did
not receive the money that was col collected
lected collected by me to apply on the burial
expenses of his child. It is true; he
neither knew anything about the
money being collected or received it,
for i paid every cent collected to Mc Mc-Ivcr
Ivcr Mc-Ivcr & MacKay, and have their receipt
for it. I have explained this to Mr.
Whaley. It also came to me that a
man was going around trying to find
out who contributed and how much.
I will ask him to show me his list
when he has finished and see if it com compares
pares compares with mine, and if he does not
care to do this and wants an itemized
account of what went with the mon money,
ey, money, I will gladly give it to him.
t Yours truly,
E. Daniel Whitfield.
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. Theyll
know whnt ycrj mean.
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PRICE FOR THE CAPTURE OF PRZEMVSL

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The temperature by the govern government
ment government thermometer in Ocala this
morning was 30. On elevated places
the mercury stood at 32. Frost .was
plenty. 1
The Star has been busy all day long
consulting the farmers and -truckers ;
who have come to town. Pome of j
them were much discouraged i ut the ;
majority V th. .lot .M
left undamaged, with the likelihood
that there will yet be a big spring
crop, tho of course it will be later
than if there had been no frost.
The Star has consulted among
others Messrs; Z. C. Chambliss, J. M.
MefFert, S. R. Pyles and v several
others who are in best ; position to
knew.-: -Speaking of ;thir.:own- crops.
and those .in; their! : vicinity,!- they say j
Irish "potatoes and .beans. and 7i -per
cent ot the tomatoes, are. killed. AH
the watermelons that were up ha ve.
gone the same way, hut more than 50 j
per cent of the crop isn't up ye tV Less
than 5 per cent of; the cantaloupes are
up, so that crop is practically safe.
President George Blitch cf the
Commercial Bank has been telephon telephoning
ing telephoning all over the county, and has re received
ceived received reports optimistic rather than
otherwise. Wide areas, mostly high
ground, have escaped unscathed.
Crops recently worked have suffered,
while others right alongside them,
have not. The cold glanced off all the
sheltered localities.
As the beans in several gardens in
town escaped, it is probable that a
good many country fields are also un unhurt.
hurt. unhurt. As the farmers of this section have
adopted the policy of making staple
crops their main dependency this year,
they have not gone into trucking as
heavily as vs.al, pnd are consequent consequently
ly consequently not so badly off as they might
have been in other years.
AT IT AGAIN
All the of the victims are ready to
renew the fight, and most of the far farmers
mers farmers in town this morning were after
fresh seed. "Never say die," is their
motto.
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss has wired to
Miami for tomato plants, and will
have them set out as soon as they ar arrive.
rive. arrive. There are certainly lots of
others full of grit, but we haven't had
time to see them yet.
Life in Europe and America is just
taking one dam trench after another,
but Marion county hasn't lost anyyet.
ORANGE BLOSSOMS UNHURT
Mr. Blitch received a telephone
message this afternoon from v Lake
Weir, saying the orange blossoms
were unhurt,
A phone message from Prof J. L.
Wiley at Martin, says that a third of
the tomatoes were killed and the po
tatoes badly singed, but he hope the
latter will come out all right. But the
Martin farmers are preparing to re replant,
plant, replant, and will be as good as new in a
few weeks.
SUBMARINE SUNK
At Least the British Admiralty Re Re-'
' Re-' ports that It Is
London, March 23. A German sub submarine,
marine, submarine, is reported destroyed off Has Hastings
tings Hastings in the English channel. The
submarine was sunk early today.

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. AFFAIRS ' Mercury was the. morning star Sat-,
w vr i oV on, ,jurday and this morning Venus is act-
Washington, March Z. lhQ piesi-jinj? S thJ morning Sar 0M jupiter'
dent and his cabinet are today care- is an aid of Venus in the star-spotted
ftlljy going over the note to be sent to j morning heavens and Mercury is the
Great Biitri and France regarding f star of the evening. And for the first

the plan ot the allies
to cut IT all!t
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r-many.-
- -Though stwet; silence- -maintained
by- cabinet members, it is intimated by
those close to the administration that
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mese represenxauons wiii; upnoia
strongly the stand of the United i
States that neutral commerce, except
contraband, must be free to move.
INQUIRES JAPAN'S INTENTIONS
A note of inquiry has been address addressed
ed addressed to Japan by the United States. The
president announced today, that it
was prompted by conflicting reports
regarding negotiations between Japan
and China, and represented that the
United States desires accurate infor information.
mation. information. The note contained no indica indication
tion indication of approval or otherwise.
APOLOGIZED FOR ASSASSINA ASSASSINATION
TION ASSASSINATION OF McMANUS
The military governor of Mexico for
Zapata has apologized to the United
States government through the Bra Brazilian
zilian Brazilian minister for the killing of John
McManus, an American citizen, by
Zapata spldiers. A search is being
made for the assassins.
WEATHER REPORT
This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R. F.
March 1 56 46
March 2 .65 :)7
March 3 .'. 62 51 ..
March 4 72 56
March 5 72 52 .Si
March 6 70 48
March 7 60 44
March 8 .54 36
March 9 ...... ..60 38
Marh 10 ....... 65 45
March 11 70 45
March 12 ... ....6S 43 '..
March 13 .C6 48
March 14 ... .. ..64 53 1.21
March 15 ....... 66 .51
March 16 .......62 48 .02
March 17 ... CO 39
March 19 62 36
March 19 72 49
March 20 '. . 73 51
March 21 67 40
March 22 60 46
Local Forecast
Local rains tonight or Wednesday;
warmer tonight and warmer Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday east and south portions.
' Norris Box Cardies at the Court
Pharmacy are the best made. 19-tf.
First of the season Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf

ATTACK OF ZEPPELINS Oil PARIS WAS DRIVEN OFF
8! TIE FRENCH AVIATORS

Paris, March 23. After striving
- w v
tir.an Zeppelins sped northward at 3
o clock this morning with a squadron
of French aeroplanes pursuing. The
Zeppchns dropped bombs cn .villages
around Paris, doing considerable
! cd. Ths fleet was
t
I German border.
pursued to the
ONLY CIVILIANS HURT
Paris, March 23. German aviators I
dropped bombs upon Rheims, killing :
three civilians.
The French have made some pro progress
gress progress in the Champagne district.
The French repulsed the German,
county attacks in the Argonnes.

COLD'OCKLAWHA RIVER

ITEMS
Summing Up a Year's Travel and
Commerce on the Crooked
Stream
Connor, March 21.
-This is the be-
; ginning of spring.
The peach was the
I first to bloom before spring, "but the
dog-wood, the jessamine and the vio-i
j let budded and burst into bloom simul-
: taneously with the peach. And now
in the fu st days of spring the orange

itreei are blooming iThe stately mag-jka

foith "her '-milk-white flowers in
nt st days cr summoV.
tiic
mc n a?es the moon, now young in
i the west, is tipped towards the north.
"Pork'

In -1911 the Sharpshooter, of the The Gussie Lois from Sunday Bluff
Mills Steamboat Line, hauled on the,n u tj'na

.
Oklawaha river over-30,000 tons of
freight
This" vessel lost many thou-
sand tons on the Little Oklawaha on
account of low water. And low water;
on the whole Oklawaha causes the
vessels now on the stream to lose
every year something like 200,000
tons, and these vessels are of light
f'roff tnn. Tn 10M'5nmf ftf)0 tnnr-
ists were taken over the Oklawaha
river route. This year, 1915, over
5,000 tourists, aboard the City
Ocala, the Silver Springs and
Hiawatha will have gone over
Oklawaha river route when the
of
the
the
sea-

son closes in April. ,
At the present stages of water ov- mg and came by way of Haw Haw-era
era Haw-era thousand dollars worth of timber thorn: makin data for fututre 1refeTr"
is floated down the Oklawaha river e"ce ,n Jetting out a state book. In
each week. i t,he Pajtyare Mr. F. O M. ler presi-

Ine city of Ocala, now oppressed
with inland rates, with her one ves vessel,
sel, vessel, the G. A. Carmichael, is hauling
from Jacksonville one cargo three
carloads a week. When the G. A.
Carmichael is put in full trim it will
make three round tries each week be-

tween JaCKsonvilIe and Ocala, which. , .A
means for 'Ocala, by water, over 225; make the trip to the Sunshine City.
tons nine carloads per week. This
vessel had to be made shallow draft; PRINCE WAS A LIVELY PLAY
on account of low water, and three
or four carloads is the best it can do ; The performance of "The Prince of
on the trip. I Tonight" at the Temple last evening
The same company which owns thejwas a lively number. The scenic ef ef-G.
G. ef-G. A. Carmichael, the Silver Springs j fects were goodand the music was
Company, have gone to work to build i fine 5rl some Pces exquisite. The
the vessel "Oklawaha, a sister ship, to; dream scene at the end of the first act
the G. A. Carmichael. The Oklawaha ws particularly good,
will be wider and a little longer than ; There was a goo dhouse, and those
the G. A. Cramichael; on account of present were well pleased. All pres pres-low
low pres-low water she cannot be made to take j ent had a series of good laughs an
any more depth of hold. The Oklawa- j entiente cordiale being established be be-ha
ha be-ha will, in all probability, carry twice tween the actors and the audience as
as mrch as the G. A. Carmichael 430 son as curtain went up, and last last-tons
tons last-tons of freight a week. i mr the end of the performance.
Captain E. L. Mills, owner of the! The music was furnished by the
Mills Steamboat Line the common clever TempTe orchestra, which is of
carrier of the Oklawaha is building 1 itself always worth going to hear. The
at Grahamville a sister ship to the!TemPle resume its usual good
staunch Sharp Shooter the Helkat. j movie bill -.his f vening.
This vessel will carry more tonnages
than the Sharpshooter as she will be! AH! THE INVIGORATING
larger in every way. The Helkat will j WHI1- F OF 1 HE PINE FORESTS!
run through to Jacksonville. She will
traverse the river about four times as I !t clear.s the throat and head
u v pl xi. r i of its mucous ailments. It is this fpir fpir-much
much fpir-much as the Sharp Shooter, therefore u of newnegs and vigor from he
hauling in the neighborhood of 120,- j health-giving piny forests bought
000 tons a year. jback by Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-IIoney.
In these Items I have not yet come Antiseptis and healing. Buy a Wt-

to the tabulation
f v,rt -l- r
lcns Of the Cities OI
Leesburg

, Eustis, Mt. Dora and otherlpri wkly. Adv.

lake stations and cities and Palatka,
Welaka and other interior points
which would.be on the map more ;

m a

few years after the
.
Oklawaha is deepened.
In all there are oevr 100 vessels
of all discription on the lakes and the
j v,Aiaw"a' wx ims anunt per
cent are active- The rest are pleasure
Alcng the entire Oklawaha river
is a strip, in places six, eight and ten
miles wide, of the richest land in the
world, and now and then platted with within
in within are some of the finest farms in
America.
One of the greatest timbered reg
ions lies in the basin cf the Oklawa Oklawaha.
ha. Oklawaha.
D eepen the Oklawaha river and
; 2,000,000 tons will pass up stream
within twelve months. Deepen the
Oklawaha and the canal across Flori Flori-Ida
Ida Flori-Ida opens. Deepen the Oklawaha and
jthe inland cities and towns are given
.full "dinner pails." Pork or no pork
barrel.
Movements of Vessels
Silver Springs, March 21. The
freighter G. A. Carmichael, Captain
Fred Priest, to s Jacksonville for
freight for Ocala merchants; due in
Monday.
The passenger vessel City of Ocala,
Captain Carl Mason, clears the Blue
j Roads for Palatka Monday and the
, passengpr vessel Silver Springs, ap-
ain Weller Carmichael, clears Palat-
for Silver Springs Monday.
;uleuuy. ai o a. m.. ana tne Oliver
Springs to Palatka Tuesday at 8 a. m.
The Hiawatha is due Tuesday at 1
o'clock: steams at 2 pi m.
The Sharp Shooter will arrive Tues-
day: and she clears, at 10 a. m. for Pa-
latka.
The Princess Irene, from Silver
Sorings to Conner; to Delks Bluff
- Mondav.
Ths Francis left for Jacksonville;
will arrive at Moss Bluff later.
' v" vv
The Snit Fire left the SDrincs for
j Gopd Hopc. arrivcd. A A. G.
ON THEIR WAY TO
ST. PETERSBURG
A party of Jacksonville good roads
boosters stopped over in Ocala a short
l!me a!)ut dday and took dinner at
Dewey's. At 1:30 they continued their
journey via Dunnellon, Inverness and
Brooksville to St. Petersburg, where
the big state good roads meeting
takes place tomorrow.
. .
' P. Clarkson, secretary, and Messrs. M.
L. Howard, C. C. Kirby and Dr. W. M.
Stimson, a trio of the best good roads
boosters in Florida. They are making
splendid running time in Mr. Kirby's
new Jeffrey six-cylinder car, which he
tie today. All druggists, zoc. Jblec-
rj-f x.' y-r:' :r x
trie Kirrfr; a Snnn" I nnic. iMnn tT!
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst3 Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

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FORTS BACKE

EXCELLENT AIM OF GERMAN ARTILLERISTS AND
ED TOD MUCH FOB THE ALLIES

Constantinop'e, March 23. Three
hundred thou?;;nd Turks are concen
trated on the CJallipoli peninsula and
the southern side of the Dardanelles
to oppose the allies' efforts to take
the forts along the straits by assault.
Three landings attempted by British
marines on the peninsula have been
repulsed.
Quiet prevails along the Darda Dardanelles.
nelles. Dardanelles. The hostile fleet is making no
effort to renew the bombardment.
, CONSTANTINOPLE IS QUIET
Rumors of strife in the Turkish
capital are denied.
ALLIES BRINGING UP TROOPS
It is reported that a great fleet of
transports has joined the allied fleet fleet-off
off fleet-off Tenedos. It is estimated the
transports are carrying 60,000 sol soldiers.
diers. soldiers. FIERCE
RESISTANCE
FORTS
OF THE
Berlin, March 23. The Constanti Constantinople
nople Constantinople correspondent of the Wolff bu bureau
reau bureau telegraphed today this descrip description
tion description of the fighting in the Dardanelles
on Thursday, March 18, in which the
French battleship Bouvet and two
British battleships were sent to the
bottom.
"The efforts of the allies to" force
the Straits of the Dardanelles reached
their climax in an-artillery duel .on
Thursday, March 18, which lasted
seven hours. The entire atmosphere
around the Turkish forts was darken darkened
ed darkened by clouds of smoke from exploding
shells and quantities .of earth thrown
into the air by the projectiles of the
French and British warships..-. The
earth trembled for miles around. The
allies entered the straits at half past
11 o'clock in tho morning. Four
French and five British warships took
part at the beginning. This engage engagement
ment engagement reached its climax at half past 1
o'clock when the fire of the allies was
concentrated upon Fort Mamidieh and
the adjacent fortified positions. The
attack of modern marine artillery
against land forts presented an in inspiring
spiring inspiring as well as terrifying specta spectacle.
cle. spectacle. At times the forts were com completely
pletely completely enveloped in smoke.
"At 2 o'clock the allies changed
their tactics and concentrated their
fire on individual batteries but it was
evident they found difficulty in get getting
ting getting the range. Many of their shells
fell short, casting up pillars of water
or went over the forts to explode in
the town.
"At a quarter past 3 when the bom bombardment
bardment bombardment was at its hottest the
French battleship Bouvet was found
to be sinking at the stern. A moment
later her bows swung clear of the
water and she was going down. Roar Roaring
ing Roaring cheers from the Turkish garrisons
and forts greeted this sight. Torpedo
beats and other craft of the allies
hurried to the rescue, but they were
successful in saving only a few men.
Besides having been struck by a mine,
the Bouvet was seriously damaged
above the vvaterline by shell fire. One
projectile struck her forward deck. A
mast also was shot away and hung
overboard. It could be seen that the
Bouvet, when she sank, was endeavor endeavoring
ing endeavoring to gain the mouth of the straits.
This, however, was difficult, owing ap apparently,
parently, apparently, to the fact that her machin machinery
ery machinery had been damaged.
"Immediately after the sinking of
the Bouvet a British ship was hit on
the deck squarely amidships and re retired
tired retired from the fight. Then another
British vessel was damaged and a
quarter before 4 o'clock was seen to
be retiring under terrific fire of the
Turkish battery. This vessel ran in
towards the shore.. For a full liour
the allies tried to protect her with
their guns, but it was apparent she
wa3 destined for destruction. Eight
effective hits showed the hopelessness
of the situation for this vessel. She
then withdrew towards the mouth of
the Dardanelles, which she reached
amid a hail of shells. The forts con continued
tinued continued firing until the allies were out
of range.
"This was the first day when the
warships attacked the Dardanelles in

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j front of the Turkish cuns for nnv rc.r-
siderable length of time. The result
for them was terrible; owing to the
excellent marksmanship of the Turk Turkish
ish Turkish batteries. The allies fired cn thi
day 2,000 shells without silencing ens
shore battery. The result has in inspired
spired inspired the Turks with confidence ar-t
they are looking forward to further
engagements with calm assurance."
KAISER VERY DESIROUS
KEEPING ITALY OUT OF
THE CONFLICT
OF
Rome, March 23. The fall of Prze Prze-mysl
mysl Prze-mysl is expected to hasten the pend pending
ing pending negotiations for the acquirement
by Italy of Austrian territory. It is
asserted that Germany is increasing
pressure upon Austria to grant Italy's
territorial demands, thus avc; ':.- -Italy's
participation in the war.
Duke D'Abruzzi, commander rf the
Italian dreadnaught squadron, recent recently
ly recently visited the premier and kii g sec secretly.
retly. secretly. The duke is known tc Ik? in
favor of war.
FREE FLOWER SEED

IHGOEASE PRESSUPiE
Uii AUd

The civic committee of tl2 "Wo.!,
man'a Club has placed a few himdrrd-;,
packages of flower seed" with the
threo banks for general distribution.
They are free and you may procure procure-some
some procure-some by calling at either 'of the li nv.5
and making application for them.
TYPEWRITER FOR EXCHANGE
. I have a new typewriter that I wiil

exchange for a pony horre. I)
Mathews, Ocala, Fla. 16-3t
Last night, while Mrs. II. M. Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton was at the Temple, some person
took her car, which was standing in
front cf the theater and went joyrid joyriding
ing joyriding in it. In trying to return the car
to its place, the party or parties rnn
med the electric light pole at the Star
office corner. The impact caused the
right forewheel of the car to mount
the sidewalk, and knock the awning
pole awry. One of the auto lamps
was smashed, and the entire side of
the car showed the effect of the rouh
treatment. Scared by the shock, the
miscreant skipped, leaving the engine
running. Some auto expert coming
along later shut the engine off, but it
was so heated that when Mrs. Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton returned home she had considera considerable
ble considerable trouble with it. The practice of
some boys and young men in running
off with cars left standing ir? front of
the theater and even the churches at
night is becoming too prevalent. The
police committee should detail a plain
clothes man to look for the offenders,
and one or two of them should be
sent to jail as a warning to others.
Also, owners of cars should make
them secure against interference
which they can do by taking away the
switch key or, on later models, lock locking
ing locking the switch.
The most satisfying box cf candy,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Ceng's
Drug Stores only. 22-tf.
SEE TOE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
The drugs used in our prescription
department are the best to he had,
and ACCURACY is our watchword.
Tne Court Pharmacy. 13-tf.
Have your choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" cr Pabsts Blue Ribbon on
draft, at 3nnny's. G-tf
All varieties cf seed corn; also rvl rvl-let
let rvl-let and sorghum, now in and for
by the Ocala Seed Store



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PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
it. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Learengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

I trained, not born to, the work, as those
I of a true maritime nation should be
and with that, a number of our war-

i ships are always laid up for lack of

men to handle them. And, as the
profits in the shipping business are

BELLEVIEW

Belleview, March 22. The writer
felt the need of recreation and rest
so fell in with the rest of the pro

cession and called the doctor and went

small compared with those in other j to bed. We soon were in the fashion.

Entered at Ocr'a. Fla., yusstoffice as second clas3 matter.

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SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance. $5.00
Six moDtbs, In advance. . . 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25

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One year- in advance $8.00
Six months, In advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance .80

The Star will wager anybody a wa watermelon
termelon watermelon that Italy and Austria are
fighting before watermelons are ripe.

shy of going into ships. Almost the :
; only line of trans-Atlantic passenger
j steamers on the Atlantic owned in
this country is the American line, the
S New York, Philadelphia, St. Louis and
i St. Paul, four boats, two bought from

the Inman line, and two built in the

United States over twenty years ago.
And while they are owned by Amer

icans and sail under the American

flag, they are officered and manned by

Britons. If the ship purchase bill had
passed, and we had bought thirty or

forty steamships from Germany or
neutral powers, we would have had to

hire foreigners to handle them.

People in the United States take
considerable interest in the conduct of
Canadians on the. firing lines in Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. They are Americans and be behave
have behave about as our men might be ex expected
pected expected to behave.
The Tarpon Springs Leader is mak making
ing making a vigorous kick on its village be be-incr
incr be-incr called Snonsretown. The name

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should not be inflicted if the Tarpon Tarpon-ites
ites Tarpon-ites object, but it is as appropriate
and pretty as the term Brick City for
Ocala. Nicknames for towns are gen generally
erally generally punk anyhow.
The Florida Press Association will
meet in Miami Thursday, Friday and
Saturday of this week. The Star, we
regret to say, will not be represented.
The people of Miami have made full
preparation to entertain the journal journalists,
ists, journalists, and they will certainly have a
most profitable and enjoyable time in
the" Magic City.

In consequence of the war, the Ar-
gentive Republic is doing an immense
business selling beef to the British
and French. Ninety-one big steam steamers
ers steamers are in this business, constantly
going and coming between South Am America
erica America and Europe, and the number

he has confidence. It would be well for
each legislator to consult some such
insurance agent before he introduces
or supports a radical bill. The Star
has good reason to believe that the
insurance companies did no more than
make both ends meet last year, and
this year so far is no better. We
don't want to break insurance com companies
panies companies down or drive them out of the
state. They are a business element
we can't very well get along without.

In Great Britain, at the instigation
of the government, women are taking

the daces of able-bodied men as

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much as possible, not only in the work

of the government but in private bus

iness, so the men can go in the army

It is said that a million such substitu substitutions
tions substitutions have been made in the last four
months, which will give a good idea
of the tremendous efforts being made

by Great Britain to raise an army to
cope with Germany. In the other war warring
ring warring countries, women began to re replace
place replace men as far as possible at the
very beginning of the war. Thought Thoughtful
ful Thoughtful people can't help wondering where

this will end. With millions of men
trained into skilled fighters and wo women
men women at home to do the work of skill skilled
ed skilled workers, war in Europe may be on only
ly only at a beginning instead of in sight
of the end.

GREATER PROTECTION
FOR MARION'S GAME

There are two great obstacles in the

will probably be added to steadily. The J way 0f America building a great
Swifts, Armours and4 several other big: merchant marine. One is that we
American firms have established pack- j haven't the men and the other is that
ing plants in the Argentine, and are'we haven't the money. Of course

leading there even more than they are

at home.

America has more men than any oth other
er other nation in the world except Russia
and China, and more money than

. The Star has noted a good deal of those or any other. But comparative comparative-the
the comparative-the agitation in some of the state pa- ; ly few of the men want to go on the
pers about bills being introduced in ships, and comparatively little of the
the legislature to further regulate the money wants to go into the ships. The
insurance companies, and it again life of the sailor is hard and the work
-recommends the legislators to go slow, is ill-paid, consequently the young
Almost every member of the legisla- American has no use for such a call call--
- call-- ture" probably knows some well-posted ing. Half the men on our warships
and reliable insurance man in whom are from the interior, enlisted and

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DIAMONDS" ARE THE BEST INVESTMENT. WHEN A MAN WHO
IS WEARING DIAMONDS APPROACHES ANOTHER HE GETS ATTEN ATTENTION
TION ATTENTION BECAUSE HE LOOKS PROSPEROUS. THIS PAYS. THE MOST
CHERISHED TREASURE A MAN CAN GIVE HIS WIFE, SWEETHEART
OR MOTHER ISA DIAMOND. THE LUSTROUS GLITTER OF THESE
PRECIOUS STONES MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE, DELIGHTSiiTHE
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OCALA'S RELIABLE JEWELER

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Piu-kins and Storing

SIiiiTpiiij; of Freight,

Furniture, Iiaiios
and Safes.
Bagse Service
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1XYESJGATE.

:Oli5SM;; BEOS., ; Proprietors.

A meeting of Marion county citi citizens
zens citizens will be held in the courthouse on
Monday, April 6th, to discuss propos

ed changes in Marion county's game
laws. Everyone interested in such
matters should be on hand to partici participate,
pate, participate, as it is the desire of those at
the head of the movement to make
such changes as will be most agree agreeable
able agreeable to the greater number of our
people.
It is also proposed that an organ organization
ization organization be formed at this time for the
protection and preservation of the fish
and game in our county. All sports sportsmen
men sportsmen and near sportsmen are urged to
be on hand and give their version of
just what is needed along these lines,
so that same may be presented to the
next session of the legislature for

adoption.

Sheriff J. P. Galloway, than whom
there is no more enthusiastic sports sportsman
man sportsman in Marion county,, is at the head
of the movement, and it is to be hoped
to a full representation of the peonle
from all sections of the county will be
on hand to aid in the work of pro protecting
tecting protecting our game and fish and at the
same time have the maximum about
of sport during the. proper seasons.

FINE RACING FEATURES
FOR THE FAIR

The racing program at the Marion
County Fair next fall promises to be
by far the most attractive that has
ever been pulled off at a county fair
in the state.
This feature of our annual fair has
been turned over to a number of our
expert horsemen and Mr, Charles
Goddard is chairman of the commit committee.
tee. committee. He informs a Star representa representative
tive representative that each member of his commit committee
tee committee is busying .himself getting data'of
all kinds in this connection. Our fair
takes place at a time when the racing
meets in the states further north are
at an end, and the cha"nces for getting
real talent with us at that season are
good. Many owners had rather spend
the winter in Florida with their stock
than return to the north and be idle
all during the cold weather at an
enormous expense.
Mr.- Goddard says that the purses
offered by Marion county and several
other fair associations will make it
worth the while of owners of good
horses to come to Florida for the win winter,
ter, winter, and that the people may expect
to see a splendid array of real race
horses at the November meeting in
Ocala.
The committee is already in cor correspondence
respondence correspondence with owners of several
of the leading stables of the country
with reference to bringing their
string to Ocala in November.

With our splendid track, mild fall
climate and attractive purses for the
races this will be a big drawing card
at the next fair.

Mrs. Tremere had been down one

week and so had my sister Minnie,)

feeling lonesome I joined them and
then the cook took sick and for a day

or so the head of the family had a j

duce of a time playing a lone hand. I
However, we are now all up includ- j

ing the cook and sympathizing with
those who are down. It was veryi
nice to receive the numerous messages j
of sympathy that were" phoned, writ- t
ten and sent me and I appreciate ev- i

ery one.
Mr. Sam Barrett came up from
Whitney last Saturday to spend the
week end with his family.
Mrs. N. C. Goodman, of New York

City, surprised a large number of j
her friends by dropping in and spend- j

ing a few days visiting and left for j

Daytona, where she is spending the
winter.
Miss Amie L. Wilson, of Californ

ia, who has been visiting here several
months, left last week for St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, where she expects to spend
the balance of the winter.
Mrs. E. W. White and Mrs. Lou
Schmidt made a business trip to
Ocala one day last week, going up in
Mr. Haviland's big car.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Connor and lit little
tle little son, Dayton, drove down to Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view on business last Monday and al

so visited with Mrs. Connor's sister,
Mrs. David C. Stanley.
Mr. Robert Ethridge is in town for
a few days visiting with his sister,
Mrs. R. L. Sumner.
- Miss Cora Prittchet of Pedro was
in town last Sunday, coming over for

I the purpose of taking the train for

Umatilla, where she will visit with
friends.
Master Albert Lin wood (Buck) Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, of Ocala, was a guest at the
Tremere home for several days last
week, and to say that he enjoyed
himself is to put it mild. He is a
very clever youngster, and knows a

crood time when he sees it and is

coming again.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaw after vis visiting
iting visiting among their friends at Oxford
and Pedro returned home last week.
Mrs. Sidney Maddox of Tarpon
Springs and Mrs. A. M. Lansford and
children of Silver Springs, are in town
for a few days visiting with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kilpat Kilpat-rick.
rick. Kilpat-rick. Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Strong made
their regular week-end visit'to Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, returning to Ocala Sunday.
Mr. Edward Romer made a busi business
ness business trip to Jacksonville one day last
week.
Mrs. S. U. Campbell and Mrs. Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell of Summerfield were visiting
with Mrs. J. W. Hilton one afternoon
last week.
A jolly house party to North Lake
Weir the past week occupying one of
the Connor cottages was Mr. and Mrs.
Lou Schmidt of Danbury, Conn., Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Cogswell of Fairfield
Beach, Conn., and on two different
days Mr. and Mrs. E. W. White of
Pittsburg, Pa., with the Misses Mae
and. Margaret joined the party. Fish Fishing
ing Fishing was the main excitement. Mr.
Schmidt enthused like a school boy,
and when leaving time came he had
to be watched to keep him from
stealing the wrater in the lake. Mr.
Cogswell declared that he knew the
fishing in Lake Weir was better than
the fishing in Smith Lake, and to see
the girls hook their first fish was
worth a dime a piece. This past week
will go down in history with the
whole bunch as a very momentous
one.
Misses Eleanor and Minnie Tremere
with Miss Goodnough and Mrs. John Johnson
son Johnson of Binghamton, N. Y., drove down
to North Lake Weir Sunday afternoon
and visited with Mr. and Mrs. C. E.

Okeechobee

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Will yield big crops of corn, cane, cowpeas, velvet leans, rape, peanuts, kudzu, spineless cactus j
besides raising Bermuda, Rhodes, Para, Xatal and other grasses for hay and pasture. With a!
these crops available, cattle, sheep and hogs can have green food the year round.
Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of
Lake Okeechobee Are Now Ready for Cultivation
These lands do not need draining other than small ditches necessary on any farm. Make a. trip
to Okeechobee on the new division of the Florida East Coast Railway without delay, and see for
yourself just what these lands are. .Note that Okeechobee is now only a trifle over twelve hours
journey from Jacksonville.
Investigate This Wonderful Country While You
Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your Farm
You will find it unexcelled for general fannintr. livestock and poultry raising ami for growing all
kinds of vegetables common to Florida as well as the finest citrus fruit. This town and country
will grow at an amazing rate during the next few years. Wc also have excellent land and town
lots at Chuluota and Kenansville the former a fine lake section in Seminole County suited to
fruit growing, trucking and general farming, and the latter a fertile pine land country in Osceola
County especially adapted to stock raising, general farming and fruit growing. Write today fcr
full particulars to

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J. E. INGRAHAM, Vice-Presidenl

Land and Industrial Department, Florida East Coast Railway
Room 2C0 City Building ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

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The Star meets a number of peo people
ple people who are confident that the war
will end by mid-summer or sooner.
They think that the coining spring
campaign will be so bloody and dis disastrous
astrous disastrous that all the warring powers
will be inclined for peace on almost
any terms. While wishing that these
optimists may be correct, the Star
does not see its way clear to share in
their hope.
Mr. E. C. McLeod thinks newcomers
to the state are allowed to vote
without proper precautions as to their
qualifications, and wants the legisla legislature
ture legislature to pass a law requiring such
newcomers to prove their worth as
citizens more fully before they can
register. The Star doesn't know just
how such a law would be framed, but
there is merit in the suggestion. It
might be well to require a man to
produce evidence that he lived a year

or two in some other state, and behav- i

ed himself, before he is given the bal
lot in Florida.

WILBUR VV. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Embaliner

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

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

219;WEST BROADWAY

Connor. Upon leaving Mr Connor
almost filled the bottom of the wagon i
with big juicy grapefruit and I doj
not see how I can eat them all. j
. This town has been subjected to j
the most severe visitation of sickness I
during the past two weeks than ever
before in its history. At one time, j
over half the school children were j
at home sick, and there was hardly a j

home in the village that was free
from illness. This disagreeable

weather of the past few weeks was
the cause of it all and if it doesn't
change its tactics soon there will be
something more than sickness hap happening
pening happening around. I caught my share,
but I don't care now, for as I was
crossing an open lot I happened to

glance up over my right shoulder and j

like a foolish school boy.
Mr. Tremere spent last Monday in
Tampa.

The Belleview Workers were hon- i

ored with the presence of Mr. J. II.
Benjamin of Ocala at their recent
supper, and to say that he enjoyed
the affair is putting it very mild.

Meeting the people gave him a zest;

for more and he insisted on the writer
accompanying him over to the Civic
League dance, promising to lead the
grand march and participate in every
dance. He kept the first promise and
we led the grand march from the
back end, and when the dancing com commenced
menced commenced he confessed that he had for forgotten
gotten forgotten how to dance, that he was too
old, didn't know how and had corns
anyway. So he insisted on being a
wall flower, but enjoyed himself as
much as anyone in the room. I be believe
lieve believe Mr. Benjamin is falling in love
with our pretty little town.

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The capture of Przemysl fs a stag staggering
gering staggering blow to Germany and Austria.
It drives the Russian wedge further
in. The might of Russia is striking strikingly
ly strikingly illustrated in the siege of this for fortified
tified fortified town, which is in the heart of
Galicia, and which both Germany and
Austria have made desperate efforts to
relieve since its final shut-in five
months ago. It has been a longer
siege than that of Plevna thirty-eight
years ago, and much greater forces
have been engaged on both sides; how however
ever however the fall of Przemsyl will not de decide
cide decide the war of 1914-15 as the fall of
Plevna decided that of 1877-78. But
it will go further toward it than any
military operation that has taken place
yet.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.

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

WOOD

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PHONF 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for SI.
Yuur fder will have
n mediate Attention-
J. L. SMOAK

At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

THE BABY'S WELFARE
A MOTHER'S DREAD
A fear clutches, at the heart of the
mother that her own little one may
not live long. She dreads its second
summer, or that it may never wake
from its sound sleep. All mankind
loves a mother loves to see a mother
love her child. A baby and its mother
are insured ajrainst ill-health if the
mother takes Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription, a tonic for women -that
Dr. R. V. Pierce .invented nearlv a half
century ago for women's ills. This is a
vegetable tonic, made only of the chi chi-cinal
cinal chi-cinal roots with glycerine, which puts
the female system into perfect
healthy action. Before baby's coming
it is just a tonic that puts the woman womanly
ly womanly system into a proper condition to
make the birth painless and to insure
a healthy child.
Many mothers of families in the
United States have reason to be
grateful to the person who recom recommended
mended recommended Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre Prescription.
scription. Prescription. It is put up for the single
purpose of curing disease peculiar to
women. It has sold more largely on
this continent than any other medi medicine
cine medicine for women. Another point in its
favor: it is a temperance remedy and
dos not contain a single drop of al alcohol
cohol alcohol nor of any narcotic.
Young mothers who preserve the
charms of face and figure in spite of
an increasing family and the care of
growing children are always to be en en-v
v en-v ed. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip Prescription
tion Prescription crives the strength and health

upon which happy motherhood de depend:?.
pend:?. depend:?. It practically does away with
the pains of maternity. It enables
the mother to nourish the infant I fe
depending on her, and enjoy the
hourly happiness of watching the de-

j velopment of a perfectly healthy
! child.
! F:ee. The CcmmoA Sense Medical
Adviser, bound in cloth, is sent on re

ceipt of 3 dimes (or stamps) to pay
expense of wrapping and mailing. Ad Address:
dress: Address: Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Euf Euf-falo,
falo, Euf-falo, N. Y. Adv. 22
Arbitration.
First Director "Gentlemen, the
question is, Shall we arbitrate?" Sec Second
ond Second Directoi "Never! Why, if we
submitted this dispute to arbitration,
we might have to covc.pde something."
Life-
RECOMMENDS CnAMBER CnAMBER-HEALTH
HEALTH CnAMBER-HEALTH PROMOTES HAPPINESS
Without health, genuine joy is im im-posible;
posible; im-posible; without good digestion and
regular bowel movement you cannot
have health. Why neglect keeping
bowels open and risk being sick and
ailing? You don't have to. Take one
small Dr. King'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. vkl. Adv.

Don't work a sick horse doctor him. Don't
drink milk from sick cows doctor them. Disin Disinfect
fect Disinfect your hog pens and PREVENT expensive chol cholera.
era. cholera. Free your chickens from lice.
It pays to PREVENT disease to your stock and
poultry. Take care of your animals and fowls
in time.
nfi-Monopoly Brag Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
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A. F. WILSON, MGR. T. M. WILSON, PROP.

AN APPEAL

PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BL'ILDrr;

To the Citizens of Marion County:
We are making an urgent appeal toj
you to please help up to fit up our-

operating room, in the Afro-American! Careful Estimates Made cr. zll C
Hospital, as the doctors are demand- Give3 Mcro and r ...
mg us to have it at once. We ask one j
and all to help us. : j Work fcr Mone Uv- vs
The Afrcf-American Hospital, i Contractor in tha Citj.

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OCALA EVKNINU STAR. TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1915

I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
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(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone IOC)
LOUIS R. CHAZAL& SONS CO
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT

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Telephone 22S

P. O. Box 472
Ocala, Fla.

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WHEN YOU FIGURE ON BUILDING, COME IN AND
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU ON YOUR BUILDERS'
HARDWARE.
BUT BEFORE YOU COME IN KNOW THAT YOU
WILL FIND OUR BUILDERS' HARDWARE TO BE
CORRECT IN STYME AND HIGH IN QUALITY. WE
ALSO MAKE THE PRICE RIGHT.
WHENEVER YOU NEED ANY KIND OF HARD HARD-WARE,
WARE, HARD-WARE, IT VILL PAY YOU TO BUY FROM US.

RflARIOW-HARDWARE;. COMPANY
PHONE 1 18, - OCALA, FLA.

Mrs. 21. C. Juhan is spending this with Mrs. Baynard's daughter, Mrs.
week at Crystal River, attending to ; Harry Penn, in Tampa. They made
business. : the trip from Auburndale down in
i their handsome new Buick touring
Mr. and Mrs.. A. R. Sandlin have as j car, and on their return home Thurs-
thoir guests Mr. and Mrs. J. Patrick! day were accompanied by Mrs. Penn,
and young son Joe, of Birmingham. who will spend several days in Au-
V burndale. Tribune.

Dr. Ruth Arnold will return from. :lrs. Baynard and daughter have

beeji guests several times at the home
of Mr, and Mrs. E. M. Howard in this
city.

Tampa Thursday and will be the
guest of Mrs. Frances Collier for sev sev-eral
eral sev-eral days, leavixygthen for her home
in "Cincinnati.

Mrs. II. B. Clarkson and son Ilarr
returned yesterday from Crystal Riv River,
er, River, where they accompanied Mrs. M.
C. Juhan Saturday.

Mrs. Mershon will spend the next
ten days visiting her son, Mr. L. B.
Mershon at Pineton, near Miami,
leaving for there either this afternoon
or on the early train in the morning.
Miss Tiliie Pasteur, after a short

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J The Cheerful Woman
"There are emergencies in every
'lousehnM which call for the display
of a statesman's skill. The cheerful
woman is pre-eminent on such occa occasions.
sions. occasions. She conquers the grim uncle
or the dyspeptic cous'n with her in infective
fective infective cheerfulness, and her servants
rcccp-nize her as their friend and ally
in all matters that are essential to
their welfare. The length of time she
keeps her servants is a source of won wonderment
derment wonderment to her less fortunate friends.

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tors are welcome.

We are Bottling, for the trade only, our fa-
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Ocala should have our CHERO-COLA on sale.
We are also bottling a full line of carbonated
soft drinks.

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Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re re-suit
suit re-suit in a cube of glistening goodness.
I'ull weight and satisfactory seivice go with this good ice of ours. Let u
have your custom we deserve it.
: lee & Facklsio Co.

returned to Lake Weir this afternoon.
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Mrs. M. G. Davis of Zuber spent
several hours in town today shopping
and incidentally greeting friends. v

Mr. Williarn Anderson who accom accompanied
panied accompanied hUrnother, Mrs. William An Anderson
derson Anderson home ,f rom'3ridgeport, Conn.,
will return to Bridgeport the first of
next week to resume his work.
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"lrs. M. E. Robinson of Tampa,for Tampa,for-merTy
merTy Tampa,for-merTy "of thts-cityT-will go tb Jackson Jackson-ville
ville Jackson-ville within a fortnight for a visit to
her son, Mr. E. E. Robinson, and fam family,
ily, family, later visiting relatives in Savan Savannah,
nah, Savannah, Ga.
Mrs. George Armstrong and pretty
little daughter Lucy, of Savannah,
will go to Pineola tomorrow to visit
her sister, Mrs. I. F. Bennett until
Friday, returning then for a few days'
visit to Mr. and Mrs.- Jack Camp be before
fore before leaving for home.
Miss Rosebud Robinson will arrive
from Tampa Easter week to visit
Miss Kathleen Jackson. It will be
Miss Robinson's first visit to her for former
mer former home since going" to Tampa to re reside
side reside and her arrival is being looked
forward to by friends.
Mrs. Frances Howse, who has been
ill for three months at her home on
Oklawaha, is now gradually regaining
strength and in a few days will be
able to receive callers. The many
friends of Mrs. Howse have been most
anxious, for at times her condition;
was extremely critical, and the news:
of her recovery will be welcomed and
most gratifying.
Last evening Mr. and Mrs-. William
Hocker entertained informally at din dinner
ner dinner complimentary to Mrs. George
Armstrong of Savannah, who js the
guest of her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp. Covers were
laid for eight at a beautifully appoint appointed
ed appointed table, and the affair was one of the
most thoroughJbr.enjoyable of the
Lenteneaoh. .vT""'--"
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;S Honoring her sister, Mrs. Wiley of
Troy, Ala., Mrs. R. A. Burford enter entertained
tained entertained at an informal violet luncheon
yesterday at 1 o'clock. Present to en enjoy
joy enjoy the charming jfcourtesy .were Mrs.
Wiley, Mrs. C. RTydings, Mrs. J. H.
Hill, Mrs. J. K. Jiustin and MrsI R. S.
Hall. The giests arrived." at 12

o'clock and seed until the luncheon
hour, each having taken her work
bag. The table appointments were
unusually pretty, violets being used
exclusively while dogwood adorned
the dining room. Luncheon was serv served
ed served in seven courses, each being deli deli-cjously
cjously deli-cjously prepared and attractively

served.

visit to her sister, Mrs. C. S. Cullen,h,ut the secret of it is her own win

some disposition. She soothes the
tired worker with a Ti'ork of kind
commendation where another might
make a querulous complaint. When

direction is needed she delivers it in

such a gentle albeit firm manner that
it has no sting or reproof.
Thjs gentle, tactful woman is not
afTlicied with work that is from "sun
to sun," or that is "never done." She
doesfnot moralize much, perhaps, but
by some means she manages to ac accomplish
complish accomplish a great deal of wofk and
have plenty of time at her command.
It is by means of that same cheerful cheerfulness
ness cheerfulness of disposition. There is less de delay
lay delay in executing her commands, and
she possesses the gift of "timing her
turns," so that sometimes it seems as
if the "fairies d'd help her." And the
fairies of gentle breeding and of kind
heart do help her. Exchange.
Colonial Stories
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
Miss Frances Chambers will give the
second set of colonial stories at the
Y. W. C. A., 1007 Florida avenue.
Miss Chambers is a very pleasing
story teller and her stories for Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday will be "The Lost Colony,"
"Pocahontas and tho Settlement of
Virginia" and "Lord Baltimore and
the Settlement of Maryland."
Miss Chambers is telling a series of
colonial stories for the Club of Colo Colonial
nial Colonial Dames, and the child telling the
best colonial story on the date of the
club contest will be awarded a prize
of ten dollars. The children may
choose any story or item in the colo colonial
nial colonial period told of by Miss Chambers,
and it is. not necessary for them to
have heard the first series to be eligi eligible
ble eligible to' the contest. Tampa Times.
Parcel Post Sale
- Friday, March 26th, a parcel post
sale will be held at the skating rink
under the auspices of the W. C. T. U.,
beginning at 6 o'clock. In connection
with the sale an old fashion straw strawberry
berry strawberry festival will also be held. The
sale will take place promptly at 8
o'clock, and the packages will be sold
foi 10 cents, each containing an ar article
ticle article of that value. The public is cor cordially
dially cordially invited to attend.

Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Helm, who have
been visiting here several days with
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Osterhout, left
this morningfor Ocala for a brief
visit en route to their home in Cres Crescent,
cent, Crescent, Pa. Tarpon Leader.

MRS.! WATSON

Go NoFtli By Sea

Cine Steamers Low Fares

DIRECT ROUTE
JACKSONVILLE TO BALT1MOKE
AND PHILADELPHIA

Best Service

FIRST-CLASS FARES

-TO I

Baltimore .... ..... .$20.00
Washington . . . 20.00
' Philadelphia... .. 22.40
New Yojk. .. .. . . 24.40

Boston .
Buffalo .
Pittsburg

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... ..$27.00
.. ...... 27.80
.. ... .. 25.55

Chicago .. .. .. 26.15

Tickets include meals and stater oom berth on steamer. Sailings for
Baltimore, Wednesday and Saturday, for Philadelphia Thursday and Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. For tickets and other informat ion, call on or address
''fJERCHANTS & MmEOS TRANSPORTATION CO."
Jacksonville, Florida

PUT YOUR AD IN THE STAR

Mrs. WilliamHr--WiIiqnancL two'
children, who have been guests-of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Mar Martin
tin Martin since leaving Tampa, left today to
join Mr. Wilson in Miami, which city
will be their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Condon, Misses
Doris Murry, Kathleen Jackson and
Mr. Edward Tucker motored up to
Gainesville this afternoon to witness
the baseball prime between the New
York Athletics and the University
teams. They will return early in the
evening.

Miss Essie Jordan will entertain at

bridge Friday afternoon at her h-rie
on E. 11th street in honor of two re

cent brides. Mrs. Ward Wight and
Mrs. Royston Cabaniss. Atlanta
Georgian.
Miss Jordan is pleasantly known in
Ocala, having visited her cousins, Dr.
and Mrs. H. C. Dozier.
Florida Readers of the Ladies'
Home Journal were delighted to see
the federation page in its last issue
graced with a picture of Mrs. Wm. B.
Young of Jacksonville. The two ar articles
ticles articles this month are from the pens of
the General Federation president,
Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker and Mrs.
Mary I. Wood and are splendid pro productions.
ductions. productions. They are "The Immigrant
Among Us" and "What We Can Do
for Her."
Mrs. E. M. Baynard and daughter,
Miss Elizabeth Baynard of Auburn-

dale, spent a few days the past week!

Mrs. Emma Watson died March 18,
at 10:30 a. m.; after a short illness.
The funeral services were held Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning and interment was

made in .Greenwood cemetery. Mrs.
WatsoR was born March 20, 1872, in
ManchesterN. H., and came to Flor Florida
ida Florida in 1890, since which time she had
been a resident of Marion county. She
leaves a husband and six children, a
mother, 'two sisters and two brothers.
She was a true Christian and a devot devoted
ed devoted mother, loved by all who knew her.

The best fifty cent package of can candy
dy candy we have ever offered, Triola
Sweets. Fre?h shipment just in at
Gerig's Drug Stores. 23-tf

Smoke Cuban Out, fc Cisrar.

Antomobile Owners!
if your car needs PAINTING see
mo. If it needs brightening up use my
"AUTO PRESERVATION POLISH"
aM save paint bills Price $1.00.
T. D. DILLON
203 N. Main St. Phone 193
OCALA, FLORIDA

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

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and LILLIAN CHESTER
is a thrilling story, a daring story, a tale of surprise and intrigue. It
the mastery that has made Mr. Chester famous. It's the latest novel,
by America's most popular author.

Illustrated with moving pictures produced by the Reliance Motion Picture Corporation
by special arrangement for this paper. No expense has been spared to make then t
magnificent; no effort has been stinted at any point.
Head the Story In Tbij Paper. See the Vtcttira.

"Runaway June" has never before been published. It was written for America s
newspapers; in this city it will appear exclusively in this paper

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Oliver Kncx read some published
letters !n a breach-of-prnmise suit, and
laughed. -Thij idiot -wrote to the
girl that he would love her always,"
he commented. Xow I contend that
'always is the lonrest word in the
dictionary, and no w ise man ever uses
it" "No, retort fd his discerning wife,
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BEST TREATMENT
OU 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,
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! OCALA OCCURENCES I

Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Council meets this evening.
Moose meet Thursday night.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.

In the last few days, the Star has
spoken of the local business outlook
with a dozen or more of our mercha mercha-ants,
ants, mercha-ants, and each has declared that he
found at least a little improvement.

! Financially affairs are loosening up

THE MARKETS

more and more every day in

the

Board of Trade meet3 Thursday evening".

Mr. Robert L. Anderson, Jr., has
bought from Mr. Jim Pyles his swift
saddle horse.

An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask

for Triola Sweets.

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Mr. J. G. irfchline the Eastlake
merchant, is among the business vis visitors
itors visitors in the city today.

Complete line of Paas Easter egg
dyes every imaginable color, at The
Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.

Deputy Sheriff Massey came to
town today bringing a colored man by
the name of Williams, who is wanted
for selling whisky in Levy county.

' A large shipment of Norris Candies
just received at the Court Pharmacy.
None better made. 19-tf

northern states and while the South

is distant from the great industrial
centers that are supplying the Euro European
pean European nations with war material, it is
bound to feel the influence of the re reviving
viving reviving trade; in the meantime, this
country has never been so badly off a3
parts of the north.

Mrs. M. Steele, who has been doing
great deal of charitable work

among the orphans of the south, with

headquarters at Chattanooga, Tenn.,

has been m Ocala for some days on
her vacation. While in this section

she visited the Fessenden Academy,

Marion county's brag school for col

ored children which is under the lead leadership
ership leadership of Prof. J. L. Wiley. She

speaks very highly of the splendid

work that Is being done at Fessenden.

Mrs. Steele has been engaged in her
present work for nearly forty years

and has expended a large fortune of

her own in the cause.

At the meeting of the K. of P. last
night, the following gentlemen were
admitted to full knighthood: P. P.

Costello, J. M. Potter, J.'D. McCaskill,
R. L. Anderson, Jr., and R. M. Wilder.

FAMILY AVO

SERIOUS SICKNESS

By Being Constantly Supplied Witb

Thedford's Black-DraugM,

McDuff. Va."I suffered for severs

years," says Mrs. J. B. Whiitaker; oi
ihis place, "with sick headache, and

stomacn uousie.

l en years ago a tnena tola me to try
Thedford's Black-Draught, which 1 did,

and I found it to be tne best lamuy medi

cine tor young ana old.

1 keen Black-Draught on hand all lhe

time now, and when my children feel 3

little bad, they ask me for a dose, and H

does them more good than any medicine

they ever tnea.
We never have a Jong spell of sick

ness in our family, since we commeaced

using Black-Draught."

Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, and has been found to regu

late weak stomachs, aid digestion- re
lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similar

symptoms. :

It has been in constant use for more
than 70 years, and has benefited more

than a million people.

Your druggist sells and recommends

Black-Draught. Price only 25c. Get a

FBckage to-oay. 'N.C.123

Chicago, March 23. May wheat,
1.52.
Corn, 73.
Oats, 584.
Pork, 17.27.
Lard, 10.15.
Ribs, 9.90.

Mr. Will Gray, one of Ocala's most;

skillful fishermen, is making a name

for himself m the world of sport. A

few months ago, by catching a cham

pion big fish he won a $75 painting ;
from Field and Stream, and now that
publication has awarded him for an

other fine trout a set of superb fish

ing tackle.

RECOMMENDS CHAMBER CHAMBERLAIN'S
LAIN'S CHAMBERLAIN'S CC'JGH 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," WTites J. W.
Sexson, Montevallo, Mo. For sale by
all dealers. 3-l-15t

The Murray Company has a regular

park of artillery in its north show

window. No matter whether your
small son sympathizes with Germans
or allies, you can fit him out to shoot

his sentiments.

W K. Lane, 31. I., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Grumbles of
Holder were among the out of town
people at the "Prince of Tonight" at

the Temple theater last evening.

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night

and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf

Mr. Cannon and Mrs. George Nevill

of Dunnellon chaperoned a party of
young people who composed a theater
party at the Temple last evening to
witness the "Prince of Tonight." They
returned home in their autoes after
the play, much pleased with -the .per

formance.

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 Tnuch more likely to con

tract diphtheria or scarlet fever when

it has a coldHlIfjyoyFill .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 irr the: es

timation of people who use it. It is
prompt and effectual, pleasant 'and

safe to take, which are qualities esne

cially to be desired when a medicme
is intended for children. For sale by

all dealers. 3-l-15t

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IT is not often that you get an opportunity to
secure go valuable a cook book absolutely
free and it b not often we can make the offer.

i s too expensive.

72 pages full of the best, most delicious
recipesprepared by the most noted cooking
expert? the country affords.
Remember, we do not ask you to buy a can
4 of baking powder, cr send us one penny. Sim Simply
ply Simply say "Send rne yc;.ir latest, beautiful cook
book" and you will receive it premptly.
Peddlers and house-to-house canvassers have

been

All varieties of seed corn; also mil

let and sorghum, now in and for sale

by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf.

ARE RHEUMATIC?. TRY SLOAN'S

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. JSo need to rub it in

just apply th Liniment to the sur

face. It is wonderfully penetrating.
It goes right to the seat of trouble
and draws the pain almost immedi immediately
ately immediately 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 gies almost in instant
stant instant relief, mon tues f ri wky. Adv.
NO USE TO TRY AND WEAR

OUT YOUR COLD IT WILL
WEAR YOU OUT INSTEAD

Thousands keep on suffering coughs
and colds 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 the first dose helps.
Your head clears up, you breathe free freely
ly freely and you feel so much better. Buv

a bottle today and start taking it at
once. Mon Tues Fri wky adv.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

Jf OR KENT Six-room house on S.

Fourth street; electric lights, hot
and cold water and bath complete.
Apply to lYIiss Rena Smith at the

Haycraft Millinery. 16-14t

TIATi nnTm r

run nriN i. cix room cottage on
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xuscawina street Detween primary
and high schools. Apply to Mrs.

R. D. Fuller. 6-tf

FOR SALE One well broken and
trained Shetland Pony, wagon and
huggy, with- harness, cheap for

cash. J. D. Rooney.

FOR SALE Barred Rock and Indian

Runner duck eggs for hatching. H.

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

Irving to induce ladies to buv the bakinc?

vaer tney have ior ca:e and as an inducement

are ciienng a cook Dock; egg beater cr some
other trinket, with- every can bought.
- To our customers ar.d friends we are offer offering
ing offering our handsome cock book absol'itelv f t

you are in need ef one it will be unnecessary

ox you to Dny sometmns you do not want,
lake .advantage of this free offer.

FOR RENT Well located and nicelj

furnished rooms in residence next

to the Colonial; 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 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, Ocala, Fla. 2-5-tf

lend for the cook be

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

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 16, 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 Burial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
AU Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-mers
mers Embal-mers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
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HEY make you feel at ease 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 Grangers if dressed in the
costume of failure.
GOOD CLOTHES kindle self confi confi-dence;
dence; confi-dence; nothing helps more surely to
give that "just right" feeling than a "jut
right" Suit of Clothes. A well-groomed
front is worth more than all the liquid
bracers in the world to make a man feel
worthy of the bet on equal terms with
the biggest. The very basic idea of our
tailoring is the idea of just light clothes.
TF ALL MEN knt-w our system there
would be no "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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from $20 to $30 elsewhere.
WHEN YOU COME to our store you
come with the intention of ordering ex exactly
actly exactly what your body and tate idtate
and approve. You 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 on a guarantee of ALL WOOL
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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 S15.

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Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

NOTICE

NOTICE I otce i3 hereby given that the i
The state and county tax books j board of cony commissioners of Ma- j
will close accorJmg to the laws of j riori county, Florida, intend to apply
Florida on the last day of March. to the legislature of the state of Flor Flor-Come
Come Flor-Come as early as you possibly can, j ida at its regular session in 1015, for
have X'lil & of fiMaM ; a authorizing the:
tax books are open. Also be sure and j re-issue and validation of all outstand-.
bring or send a correct description of I ing county warrants issued by or un- i
your property when you wisb either j der authority of the board of county :
a memorandum of the amount or j commissioners of Marion county, Flor-
pay your taxes, thus reducing the
possibility of an error to the mini-j1 P to February 1st, 191o, or
mum. If you write us do not be im-1 such of said warrants as the said leg-
patient if our reply seems delayed, j islature may see fit to authorize to be
We will answer as fast as we possi- j re.issued and validated; and also pro-1
bly can and as near as practical all ... f r f,.f
letters in the order in which they Vldm for the paymcn. of interest ;
were received. Yours very truly, i thereon, and for making the said war-
W. L. COLBERT, j rants payable at fixed periods.
3-4-30d Tax Collector- j Board County Commissioners, Marion

NOTICE County, norida.

Of Special Legislation
Notice is hereby given that the un-
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Mevliccl, Surfiical, IlycJropalliic

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 Troxler's stands.
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Sttirtlj VAUirnl Line
HOURS; 9 A. M. TO 4:30 I M. PHONE 533

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will applv to the next session of the I Tablets for disorders of the stomach i

legislature cf Florida to enact a law J "ver uu ar.u on ivr me pabt uve ;
authorizing the citizens of tho city of years, and it affords rr.e pleasure to
Ocala to adopt bv a vote of the regis- i state that I have found them to be 1

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its own local government. (their action and the results have been VIA SANFORD and RET UR?i $10.43

F. E. Harris, satisfactory. I value them highly." F t?ckes and ir'c-m-t-r c-'l n Atrt'c C T-'-et a
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