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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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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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. retrograa, :uarcn zo. ie com complete
plete complete destruction of two German ba ba-tallions
tallions ba-tallions in the fierce fighting north of
the Narew river in Poland is officially
announced today. The Russians put
the third division to flight, capturing
4000 prisoners. This victory was won
Tuesday in a battle on the front ex extending
tending extending from Myszyniec in East Prus Prussia,
sia, Prussia, to Kasidlo; near the Russian fort fortress
ress fortress of Ostrolsk, on the Narew river.
The Germans are making desperate
efforts to break through the Russian
front in the Narew region. The Rus Russians
sians Russians captured a German convoy with
a post car laden with correspondence
near Suwalki.

PROGRESSING IN THE
TAIN PASSES

MOUN-

The Russian offensive in the Car Carpathians
pathians Carpathians is proceeding successfully,
despite Austro-German reinforce reinforcements.
ments. reinforcements. The Russians are forcing back
the enemy and repulsing counter at attacks.
tacks. attacks. NAVY RETOOK MEMEL
It is admitted today that the Rus Russians
sians Russians have evacuated Memel. Seven
German warships cooperated with the
land forces in the attack.
PRISONERS IN PLENTY
Official announcement is made that
231,000 prisoners have been captured
by the Russians since January 21st.
BERLIN'S USUAL BULLETIN
Berlin, March 25. Russian attacks
east and southeast of Augustowoc,
near Jednorozek and northeast of
Prbashysz, have been repulsed.
No important engagements are re reported
ported reported in the west.
VIENNA ADMITS THE RUSSIAN
VICTORY
Geneva, March 25. Newy dispatch dispatches
es dispatches from the Austrian frontier state
the Austrian government admits that
six generals, 2500 officers and 70,000
men were tSken by the Russians when
Przemysl surrendered. The Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians assert that all ammunition was
destroyed and the guns rendered use useless.
less. useless. CIVILIANS LEAVING CRACOW
Vienna, March 25. Civilians unable
to stand a long siege have been order ordered
ed ordered to leave Cracow. Fifty thousand
have already arrived in Vienna.

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MOVIE PICTURE STORY IN THE
STAR AND AT THE TEMPLE
BEGINS TOMORROW
c "Runaway June," the great moving
picture story by George, Randolph
Chester 'and Lilian Chester,, will begin
in the Star tomorrow afternoon and
at the Temple theater tomorrow evening-.
This w-ill be even a more inter interesting
esting interesting story than "The. Million Dollar
Mystery," which drew such crowds to
the Temple for several months re recently.
cently. recently. "Runaway June" is full of
great scenes; you should see the first
Installment and never miss a number.
The story will appear in the Star
on the afternoon of every evening it
13 shown at the Temple.

SAILORS REACHED
HOME SAFELY

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London, March 25. In a long in interview
terview interview today Field Marshall Sir
John French summed up the situation -to
Frederick Palmer, the famous Am American
erican American war correspondent, saying:

"There is no doubt of the outcome.
We were never so confident of victory
as now. -I am as confidents Grant LAST DAYS OF THE WAR MARK-

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NORTHWESTERN PEfiSIA

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was when he took command of the

Army of the Potomac,
so shall we."

He kept at it;

CARIB'S OFFICERS IN GERMANY

MET SEAMEN OF THE
KARLSRUHE
New York, March 25. The German
raiding cruiser Karlsruhe was blown
up at sea and the crew landed in Ger Germany,
many, Germany, according to Second Mate Boyd
of the American steamship Carib,
which was sunk by a mine in. the
North Sea, and who returned to New
York today. Boyd visited the German
naval base at" Wilhelmshaven, and
talked to members of the Karlsruhe's
crew.

IROAD EXPENSES AND RECEIPTS

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PROFESSOR ENGLISH

SWIPED THE SAMPLE
The O. K. Grocery, with its usual
alertness to take advantage of any
plan to advertise its desirable goods,
some days ago applied a quantity of
"liquid smoke" to a three-pound piece
of bacon and hung it on the bulletin
board in front of the store. The sign
advised the 'reader to "try it." Some
one, taking the sign to mean just
what it said, evidently did try it, a?
the whole chunk is now missing from
its location at the top of the bulletin
board. Just how well the recipient
likes "liquid smoke" has not yet been
reported to the proprietor.
BLITCHTON

Bhtchton, Mardi 2.4. Dr. and Mrs.
S. II. Blitch, Miss Legie Blitch and
Messrs. Landis Blitch, B. C. Blitch,
J. W. Coulter and Joseph Akin spent
Thursday in Ocala.
Mrs. S. H. Blitch, Misses Legie and
Varina Blitch and Emma Eklof rrrotor rrrotor-ed
ed rrrotor-ed to the Brick City Saturday morn morning.
ing. morning.

The young people enjoyed a chick chicken
en chicken perlo Saturday night, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Fant.
The Baptist church and Sunday
school will celebrate Rally Day here.
April the 4th, at ten 6'clock. The
public is invited. There will be talks
and music in the morning and the
Columbia College ouartett will sing
in the morning ? d afternoon. Din Dinner
ner Dinner will be ser. -j -n the grounds at
noon, and a a.-, program will be
had in the- afternoon. The Baraca
Quartett, of Ocala, will sing in the
afternoon.
Mr. Tom Ferguson, of Mcintosh
was a Monday caller.
Mr. B. C. Blitch has contracted for
the mail route from Ocala.
Mr. George Bowlander is ill with
Lacrippe.- - v
Mr. Laborn Hendrix, of Pleasant
Hill was a Sunday caller.
About twenty-five of our people at attended
tended attended an cut door colored wedding

Editor Star: I wish' -to call the at attention
tention attention of the people of this county
to the receipts and expenditures of
road fund during the last six months
of 1011. -;
July Spent $6990.57;. received,
$332.58. Deficit, $6137.99 ; ;
August Spent, -.$2097.93; received,
$443.88. Deficit, $165405.
September Spent $3766.20, receiv received
ed received $1344.03. Deficit, $2422.17.
October Spent $2371.06; received,
$1,450.98. Deficit, $911.08.
November Spent,' $2497.09; receiv received,
ed, received, $41G8.9G. Surplus $1671.87.
December Spent $2309.09; receiv received.
ed. received. $1930.48. Deficit $378.61.
Total spent, $20,031.94; receipts,
$10,199.91. Deficit, $9832.03.
By resolution of commissioners,
August 4th, 1914, $1100 was transfer transferred
red transferred from1 F. & F. fund to the road
fund and $1985.42 of the special in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness fund was also used to
pay road warrants outstanding
but even with this help the
road warrants outstanding and un unpaid
paid unpaid increased from $86,870 in round
figures July 1st, 1914 to $93650 Jan.
1st, 1915. The road fund went deep deeper
er deeper in debt to the extent of nearly
$7000.
The general fund of the county
makes almost as bad a showing. Dur During
ing During the six months referred to the
general fund went deeper in debt to
the extent of about $5600, and the
warrants outstanding and unpaid Jan.
1st, 1915, amounted to more than,
$32,000.
The people of this county are pay paying
ing paying 8 on this mass of debt which is
increasing, and I call the attention of
every taxpayer, in this county to the
situation.
The county commissioners are sim simply
ply simply besieged with applications for
new roads, for help for paupers, for
the hospital, for the fair, for all sorts
of things. Donations to the fair are
illegal,, donations to the hospital are
illegal. Donations to help advertise
Marion county in a booklet issued by
the Board of Trade, also illegal.
Changes in the assessment made by
Mr. Ayer and now in the hands of the
collector are absolutely prohibited by
law, in plain English. This is another
demand made upon the board.
When are we going to get down to
the straight observance of the law,
rigid economy and safety?
Respectfully,

P. H. Nugent, Clerk.

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SMART DESTROYERS

Tenedos, March 25. Two British

destroyers penetrated the Dardanelles
twelve miles Wednesday.

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ED OUT AT LLOYD'S
London, March 25. Lloyd's today
laying four to three that the war will
be over by September 30th next.
DESPERATE FIGHTING IN NEXT
' .FEW DAYS
Paris, March 25. The Germans
have taken the offensive in the Cham Champagne
pagne Champagne district and the Argonnes. Sev Seven
en Seven German attacks were repulsed.
Large German reinforcements are
pouring in, and some of the hardest
fighting of the s.r is expected i., :he
next few days.

vr. warry 1'ackard, American mis-: L4 t
iionary, stationed at Urimiah, risked j a" educatln so why deprive them of
lis life to prevent the massacre of!thls blrthright? It is theirs and we

develop this

GO WITH THE GIRLS

TURKISH FLEET IS ON A HUNT
AFTER TROUBLE
Bucharest, March 25. The entire

Russian fleet sailed into the Black The Ocala Wildcats will leave to

Sea today, to give battle to the Rus-J morrow afternoon for Leesburg,

sian warships. ;

j where they will play the Orlando bas bas-iketball
iketball bas-iketball team, which will be the third

game. Jf the, Orlando team wins the

Berlin, March 25. The Germans next same, from Stetson and the

THE GERMAN REASON

Richmond, Va., March 25. Profes Professor
sor Professor Thomas English of the Union
Theological Seminary, was found dead
today in his study. Death was caused
by heart disease.

L. N. BRINK LEY

Mr. T. C. Carter received a mes message
sage message yesterday morning that his
brother-in-law, Mr. L. N. Brinkley
died at his home in Roveline, La. Mr.
M. M. Carter left yesterday afternoon
for Louisiana. Mrs. Brinkley and
children visited her brother, Mr.! T. C.
Carter and. family last fall and will be
remembered by many who met har.

FUNERAL OF MR. McATEER

The funeral service for Mr. James
McAteer was held this morning at 10
o'clock at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. Burgess on North Main
street. There was a large attendance
of friends, and quantities of beautiful
floral tributes were placed upon the
casket. Dr. J. M? Gross officiated.
Mrs. C. E. Winston and Mrs. H. S.
Chambers sang, "Nearer My God to
Thee," and "Shall We Gather at the
River." Interment was in Evergreen
cemetery. Mclver & MacKay had
charge of the funeral arrangements.

CARD OF THANKS

We wish to thank our many friends
for the kind deeds and words of sym sympathy:
pathy: sympathy: shown us during our bereave bereavement
ment bereavement in the loss our our uncle, James
McAteer. We assure you of our ap appreciation.
preciation. appreciation. Nephews and Nieces of James McAteer.

SENIOR LEAGUE

The Senior Epworth League will
hold an : important- business meeting
at the Methodist church Thursday
evening, March the 25th, at 7:30
o'clock. All members urged to be
present. Reporter.

SEE THJi FARM on the Silver
Springs road. '.which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf

seized the Dutch steamers Batavier
and Zaanstrom becauso both carried

food and clothing for the Belgian
army.

CANDLER

Wildcats' win tomorrow's game from

Orlando the Wildcats will hold the
state championship. The Ocala girls
will appreciate it if a large crowd
from Ocala. will go with them tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. It will encourage them.

Petrograd, March 25. Hundreds of; ;
Christians have been slain by Kurds )
and Turkish regulars in northwestern I sr-ently we lose out. Why not send
Persia and the lives of thousands are j U the by3 and sirls; large and
menaced. small. They can never .attain their

Dr. Harry Packard, American mis-uts,,rfu P.iaces ln tre woricl without

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nis lne to nrev

3000 neoDle at Geotana. After 200 I hno a cur best to

had been executed, he advanced be- j knJwIedgo all we can.
tween the lines with- an United States J Mrs' F' M- HarP and Miss 0Idia
flag, under the protection of which r Hmson were Suests Sunshine Villa
15000 people have now taken refuge, j lat Thursday afternoon.
- , Mrs. I. M. Hinson and Mrs. Percy

Burton drove over to spend the day
with Mrs. F. M. Harp Friday.
Misses Oldia Hinson and Hazel
Lanair and Messrs. Charles and

Drcxel Harp accompanied by Mr. and

! Mrs. F. M. Harp drove over to

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BOTH RACES INTERMINGLE

Candler, March 23. Rev. A. B. Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald filled his usual appointment
Sunday morning in the Methodist
church, preaching to a full house.
Mrs. Mary Elliott and Master Dun Duncan
can Duncan Elliott of Ocala spent the week weekend
end weekend last week among their Candler
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Driever and six
children have gone to Oklahoma to
reside.
Miss Schugg is visiting friends at
Fort Myers.

Mrs. P. A. Fort, Mrs. B. Holtzclaw

md M;ss Eunice Lcomis and cousin
Trom Massachusetts, were among the
feminine visitors to Ocala Tuesday
afternoon.
The Philamathian Society rendered
its usual literary exercises Friday aft aft-srnoon
srnoon aft-srnoon at the public school.
The literary society has purchased
an organ which was initiated at the
regular meeting Friday evening.
Mr.' J. C. Wheeler has returned to
his home in Tennessee to remain until
fall, when he expects to return with
his family for the winter season.
Mrs. Robert Marshall accompanied
by her con and daughter motored up
from Oklawaha and were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Marshall.
Mrs. Charles Mathews has return returned
ed returned from a month's visit to her sister,
Mrs. George Mathews at Fort Lauder Lauderdale.
dale. Lauderdale. Mr. and Mrs. S. Dustin have closed
their bungalow and returned to their
summer home in Batavia, N. Y.

REDDICK TELEGRAPH
MATTERS BEING HEARD

The state railroad commission met
at Reddick this morning at 10 o'clock
to hear the reasons the people of that
section had to offer why the telegraph
office should be re-established there.
The Marion County Board of Trade
worked the matter up for the people
of Reddick, but unfortunately the
Board of Trade was only notified of
the hearing late yesterday afternoon,
and it was impossible to have a rep representative
resentative representative present.

The most satisfying box of candy,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents .for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drag Stores only. 22-tf.

On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

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

MOSS BLUFF
Moss Bluff, March 22. Miss Mary
Forbes spent Thursday night with
Miss Maud Davis.
Mrs. Barber of Electra spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday with Mrs. Davis.
Rev. Colson filled his appointment
here at the Christian church Sunday.
Misses Sallie and Addie Morrison
spent Sunday with Misses Angie and
Celia Collins.
Miss Pearl Forbes of Anthony is
visiting Mrs. J. S. Martin 'this week.
Mr. S. J. Martin made a business
trip to the Brick City Saturday.
Quite a crowd of Electra, Muckland
and Moss Bluff young folks attended
a candy pulling at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Martin Saturday
night. The candy was very much en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by all present, Mr. Martin be being
ing being an expert at cooking the candy.
Games were indulged in till a late
hour. All reported a most enjoyable
time.
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Morrison
were visitors at Oklawaha Sunday.

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

On Saturday and Monday, 10
pounds cf sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
''ash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

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! in young ioiks at ine nome ox .ur.

j and Mrs. Stanborouch. The nrcttv

Havana, March 25. Social standing s home was decorated with ferns, moss
is obliterated among the crowds be-) and flowers. Quite a number of nice
sieging the training camps of Johnson games were played, also piano music
and Willard, watching the gladiators' was enjoyed during the evening. Re Re-preliminary
preliminary Re-preliminary work for the champion- j freshments were served later in the
ship battle April 4th. Millionaires el- j evening- in the cozy dining room by
bow with common workers and women I Mrs. Stanborough and Mrs. Harp,
mingle with men; black and white mix j Everyone enjoyed the evening very
freely with no racial feeling shown. I much and hope it will not be long be be-The
The be-The betting is getting brisker with the fore they have the opportunity of at-

prevailing odds five to two in John Johnson's
son's Johnson's favor, but there is plenty of
Willard money in sight.

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EUREKA.
EureAa,. March 22. The weather
continues quite cool, making the sea season
son season very disagreeable for young veg vegetables,
etables, vegetables, but we hope it will soon mod moderate,
erate, moderate, and everything take on a more
thrifty growth.
We are having very good work
done on our roads and bridges under
the supervision of Messrs. Harp and
Atkinson, which is much appreciated
by our citizens and others who travel
through our part of the country.
Mrs. F. M. Harp was shopping in
Ocala Tuesday Tuesday-Mrs.
Mrs. Tuesday-Mrs. Percy Burton of Kenwood, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. I. M. -Hinson,
for a few days. Mrs. Burton expects
to leave some time in April for Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, where she will join her husband,
who preceded her to that place a few
months ago. They expect to make
their home there. Mrs. Burton (nee
Miss Gertrude Smith) and bright lit little
tle little 'daughter, will be greatly missed
by all. their friends and relatives, but
we wish them much success and hap happiness
piness happiness in their new home.
Mr. T. NI Montgomery of Fort Mc McCoy,
Coy, McCoy, was visiting in our midst last
week.
Mr. J. H. Russel, who taught our
school this term, left the first of last
week for his home near Tampa, after
teaching a very successful term of
school.
Our new schcol house has recently
been painted and it is certainly a
credit to our patrons. It stands in a
beautiful location and is neatly put
up. Our people should take an inter interest
est interest in the school work next term and
use all their efforts in securing a good
and experienced teacher and keeping
up a good average. Low averages
not only discourage teachers but
cause the superintendent and school
board to become less interested, con

tending another social at- this ho
tablo home.

The pillau given for the young folks
at the home cf Mr. and Mrs. Lanair
was greatly enjoyed by a large num-

ibr of the younger set. Everybody

had a nice time and would like to
know where the next will be.

K END RICK W. C. T. U.

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TM ladies cf the Kendnck W.
T. U. held their reguiar meeting

the church Tuesday afternoon March
23rd. On account of illness among
the members the attendance war, zomt
smaller tlan usual, but nevertheless,-"
interest and enthusiasm was none the
lesr apparent.
In the absence of the president, the
vice president. Mrs. W. B. Livingston,

took cnarge of the meeting.
Opening Song "Blest Be the
That Binds."
Scripture Lesson Psalms 99

100, followed by remarks that
meeting was in commemoration

Tie
and
the

of

fibi-

tion," and of gratitude for recent pro-

hibiticr victories.
Prayer Mrs. C. II. Shaw.
Roll Call and reading of minute? of
previous meeting.
After the close of the business ses session,
sion, session, Mrs. B. C. Webb read in a
pleasing manner, "Neal Dov's Con Contribution
tribution Contribution to Prohibition."
Mrs. C. H. Shaw gave a brief ad address
dress address on "Our-Latest Victories."
A member then read Part I., of Mrs.
H. S. Jenison's graphic story of
"The Flying Squadron," which was
a thrilling pen picture of the squad squadron's
ron's squadron's recent visit to Jacksonville, and
which shows very clearly that the
"Sons of Prohibition," are very ably
pushing forward the work commenced
by the "Fathers of Prohibition."
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. C. II. Shaw on
Tuesday afternoon, April 12th. A
cordial invitation is extended to all
to be present. 1 Julia H. Webb.
Pre si Supt.

I he best lilty cent pacK

dy we have ever ofTerci,
Sweets. Fresh shipment ju;
Gerig's Drug Stores.

Triola
in at
20-tf

Loose leaf memorandum
The Murray Company.

books i.l
25-3t.

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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 common
mon common of the minor ailments and are
most likely to lead to serious diseases.
A. child is much more likely to con contract
tract contract diphtheria or scarlet fever when
it has a cold. If you will inquire into
the merits of the various remedies
that are recommended for coughs and
colds, you will find that Chamberlain's
Cough Remery stands high in the es estimation
timation estimation of people who use it. It is
prompt and effectual, pleasant and
safe to tak, which are qualities espe especially
cially especially to be desired -when a medicne
is intended for children. For sale by
all dealers. 3-1 -15t

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

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Take your choice. Pick the style you prefer. That's all there is to it. Our
expert tailor will take your measure and your clothes will be made in our
Sun-Lit shops by expert cutters and highly skilled, happy tailors. We wil' give
you a Perfect Fit, the finest you ever had on your back, or hand back your
money. That is the EngliIi Woolen HUIIs method of doing business. Its
the ethod that guarantees the utmost clothes value for your money.

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OCALA EVENING STAR

PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
- BITTINGEU & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
K. H. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business ianager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor

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ty courts are now compelled to incur j NEBUCHADNEZZAR AND

large expense, it is claimed, in order

THE GREAT WHITE BEAR

to try criminal cases resulting from

liquor being brought into said dry Gr What shal, Come to Pass in the

counties from counties which are wet,

and in these counties it is believed I

the people would ask their legislators
to vote for the proposed bill.

Latter Days -In
this series of articles the author,

3IAJOR GREEN IS HOPEFUL

Entered at Or'a, Fla., pstofflce as second class matter.

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a deep thinker, a student, and a firm
! believer in an Almighty God, and the
absolute inflexibility of the Bible as a

. jbook of laws and judgments, handles
Major R. A- Green, one of the vet- j in a very interesting and convincing
eran commission men and growers manner a subject that is of world-

combined, who for many years has wide discussion today.

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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

DIDN'T FORGET
r- THE OLD DARKIES

ritory are worse hurt than those
around Ocala. It estimates the dam damage
age damage at $100,000.-

In years past, it used to be an old
saying that no matter how no no-account
account no-account a nigger was he could always
find a white man to take up for him.
This" was owing to one of the in inborn
born inborn traits of the negro race. Ne Negroes,
groes, Negroes, becoming attached thru de dependency,
pendency, dependency, to a white person or a

white family, were faithful to the
very death. They might be lazy and
shiftless in their own affairsthey

would work till they dropped for
their white folks. They might steal
from their white folks, but woe be betide
tide betide anybody else who tried to do so.
They may talk all they please about
the "usual crime," but dainty "little
Missie," who could hardly pass a
" crowded street corner in a white
man's city, in America or Europe,
without hearing remarks that would
make her tiny ears burn, was safe at
home or abroad under the protection
of some "brutal-looking" negro who
had worshiped the ground she step stepped,
ped, stepped, on since she learned to walk.
The newer eeneration. white and

black, is forgetting, these things. We
are not sure this f orgetf ulness is
best for either. But the faith of one
and the appreciation of the other will
not die from the hearts of the older
men and women of the two races until
they die also-.
Postmaster R; F. Rogers had a let letter
ter letter Wednesday that pleased him
mightily pleased him so well that he
came around to the Star office to show
it, and beam on the "boys," as he calls
the kids of from forty years to fifty
.that shape the destinies of this great
.paper. The letter told him that the
- -state board had granted conditional
: pardons to two old negroes whom he
interceded for in his recent visit to
Tallahassee.
' These two old darkeys worked for
"Colonel Bob" in years gone by. One
of them was exceedingly faithful and
honest while he stayed with Mr. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers -one of the best servants he ever
had. But he drifted away from Mr.
;Rogers, fell in bad company and
"broke the law, and, as usual, was
."more severely punished than a white
man would have been for the same

offense. He went to the pen. and
served as long, perhaps longer, the
colonel thought, than he deserved. So
Colonel Bob went before the board
and, after telling how faithful the
darkey had been in yea'h gone by,
asked that it let him have the old
nigger, and that he would give him a
home and be responsible for him.
The other darkey was not quite so
deserving, but he too had his virtues,
had been perhaps somewhat over over-punished,
punished, over-punished, and was moreover in the
first stages of consumption, so Colonel
Bob asked for him also, that he might
pass the rest of his days with com comfort
fort comfort and light work, and die free.
The board granted Mr. Rogers' re requestit
questit requestit wouldn't have been a par pardoning
doning pardoning board if it had refused. It
also took into consideration some
other cases in which Mr. Rogers
thought justice was being overdone.
Almighty good judge of such things
is "Colonel Bob."
k Mr. Rogers had a very pleasant
visit in Tallahassee, and in Lake City,
where he stopped on his way home.
It has not been so many years ago
since he knew almost every man,
woman and child in that section of
tho state. :

BUY HOME CURED MEATS

The Star office recently bought a
couple of hams from Mr. V. B. Potts

of Cotton Plant. The pork was rais

ed and the meat cured by Mr. Potts

We have never eaten more delicious
ham and wish that every person in

the county could try one of the hams

cured bv Mr. Potts. We do not be

lieve they would ever eat another Chi

cago cured ham as long as the Marion
county cured could be had. Again,
the home people are selling the hams

cheaper than the western cured can

be sold, whether the hams are bought

from the local dealers or direct from

the farmers who cure them.

GOOD FOR THE GOVERNOR

The Tropical Sun of West Palm

Beach says:

As the result of the raid on the

Beach Club "at Palm Beach severa

weeks ago, Sheriff George B. Baker

will be suspended by Governor Park
Trammell on March 25. This is the

information Sheriff Baker said he re

ceived in a letter from governor last
week. The charge that- has been
brought against the sheriff of Palm

Beach county by the governor is "neg

lect of duty;"

After the suspension issued by the
governor has gone into effect it must
be affirmed by the state senate, which

will be in session the week following

It is expected that when the matter is
brought before the senate there will
be a, bitter fight made both for and
against the sheriff of this county.
BILLINGSLEY'S BILL

represented one of the strongest and

best commission houses in the coun

try, called at the Star office late yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon to give us such in

formation on the result of Monday
night's frost as he had at hand.

Major Green said that Mr. George

Easterling has two-fifths of a stand
remaining in his 75 acres of canta-

oupes and has already put the seed

in the ground for the missing hills.

Green & Ellison, at Anthony, have

three-fourths of a stand of canta cantaloupes
loupes cantaloupes in their 100-acre field, are al

ready replanting, and their 50-acre
tomato field has probably about the

same stand, with enough good plants

in the hills, where there are several
growing, to fully replace all missing
plants.

Major Green said this 'might not

be an average over the county but

the damage was by no means as great
as at first feared and, as the crops
are so badly injured in other sec

tions, the growers will probably get
fancy prices for their early stuff.

The following telegram from his

house made the major fjeel good, and

we publish it, hoping it will have
the same effect on others of our read

ers.
Cincinnati, Ohio, March 23.

R. A. Green, Ocala, Fla.:
Your wire from Tampa received.
Arrange to buy seed and replant as
quickly as possible. Lose no time.
Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas
points are also frozen out. You will
still head them off. Don't get dis discouraged.
couraged. discouraged. A bad start is always a
good ending.
Bender, Streibig & Co.
- SOLD A BIG SILO v

which probably will be very soon by
Germany coming under Russian pro protection,
tection, protection, and becomes subject to Rus

sia, then will come a time or peacej

for a space of a few years, long
enough for the Jews to go back to
Palistine and get established in great

numbers with their great wealth which j
they carry there. And during this time i

all of those countries that Nebuchad-!

nezzar had rule over are to be an annexed
nexed annexed to Russia, leaving only Moab,

Dedan and a part of Ammon that will j

Mr. A. M. Flanery of G. M. Davis
& Son, of Palatka, who was in town
Wednesday, announces that he has
just sold a 100-ton silo to Mr. S. C.
Mayo, one of the big farmers of Red Red-dick.
dick. Red-dick.
Mr. Flanery has sold nine silos in
this territory since he started out a
few months ago.

CREATION OF STATE
HIGHWAYS COMMISSION

, The good roads boosters were busy
at St. Petersburg all day Wednesday,
delegates being present from all over
the state. The. Independent says:
Chief among the purposes of the
1915 convention of the Florida State
Good Roads Association in St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg will be to prepare a bill to
create a state highways commission
to be introduced into the coming ses session
sion session of the state legislature as soon
as that body is called to order. This
matter is to be called for discussion in
the convention early and, according to
the plans of the promoters of the bill,
there will be no rest or adjournment
till this bill is in shape to be intro introduced
duced introduced into the legislature.
Members of the legislative commit committee
tee committee were to have held a preliminary

meeting this forenoon to prepare the-

bill as it will come before the conven convention
tion convention for discussion. As a working
basis, the committee has a tentative
bill that was prepared in a former
convention. J. D. Rooney of Ocala, is
taking an actwe part in the prepara preparation
tion preparation of this -bilhs, Both Mr. Rooney
.and Judge Phillips have been among
the most persistent of the workers for
the creation of a state highways com commission.
mission. commission. .
Judging by what the Plant City
Courier says, the trackers in its ter-

Jesse L. Billingsley, county judge
of Dade county, and well known in
Marion county, where he passed his
boyhood, has a plan to make the state
practically dry. His plan has the
merit of originality. The Miami Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis sets it forth as follows:
To make the state of Florida dry
without the expense of a, state-wide

campaign and election is the aim of a
bill which Judge J. L. Billingsley of
Miami, has prepared and which will
be brought before the next session of
the legislature which meets on April
1. The main provision of the bill
would make all revenues from saloons
payable to the state instead of the
counties and, municipalities.
Thus one argument for saloons, that

they turn large revenues to the local
governments, would be killed, and
another substituted in favor of dry
counties and municipalities because
the saloons would take so much mon money
ey money out of the various localities arid
turn it into the state treasury. This
"large revenue" and consequent "low
taxes" argument is held to be one of
the best and principal vote getters in
"wet or dry" campaigns. With it
removed it is believed there would be
no trouble in making every "wet"
county in the state a "dry" one.
Forty-two out of the forty-nine
counties in the state are dry; there therefore,
fore, therefore, with the great majority of the
legislature coming from dry coun counties,
ties, counties, it is believed that the support
of the measure is assured. Counties
which have voted dry have much trou

ble, it is said, from importations of
liquor from counties which are wet.
Any legislative measures that would
tend to help this condition would be
supported by legislators from dry
counties from self-interest, it is be believed.
lieved. believed.
The measure, moreover, is held to
be fair. In few of the counties are
there criminal courts of record.
Where there are no such courts the
state courts have to try all criminal
cases. And it is generally admitted
that the great ma jority of all crime
results from the liquor traffic. There Therefore,
fore, Therefore, declare the supporters of the
bill, it is not more than right that
the state should receive the saloon's
revenue with which to pay court
costs incurred by the saloon's .ex .existence.
istence. .existence. Dry counties where there are coun-

A news item in the Manufacturers'
Record sent from Fort Myers says:
"Fort Myers, Marco Bay & Miami
Railroad Co. proposes to build from
Fort Myers to Naples and Marco Bay
on the west coast; thence easterly
two-thirds of the way across the
peninsula, and thence southeast to
Miami, a total distance of 150 miles.
About 18 miles of trestle work will be
required. W. J. Hilands, R. S. Hall
and S. P. Hollinrake of Ocala and
James R. Collins of Jacksonville are
trustees. Route is level. Construc Construction
tion Construction bids will be opened about July 1
this year. W. B. Clay, Arcadia, Fla.,
is chief engineer." South Florida is
coming into her own.

. The best way to exterminate the
buzzard is similar to the best way to
exterminate the fly exterminate what
it feeds on.

MEDAL CONTEST

There will be a Medal Contest held
at Fessenden Academy oh Tuesday
night, March 30th. Eight of the stu students
dents students will contest for the silver medal
to be presented by the Kendrick W.
C. T. U.

COTTON PLANT

Facts and promises abound, and the

thread of the subject is wove and in interwove
terwove interwove about historical facts con concerning
cerning concerning the story of the growth and
development of the continents of Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, Asia and Africa, from the earl earliest
iest earliest times up to the present.
What lends weight and emphasis to
the views now expressed by this writ writer,
er, writer, is his frequent reiterations in the
past two years that just such a strug struggle
gle struggle as i3 now astounding the world
was bound to occur, and was near to
hand, much nearer than the people of
the world realized, and when Austria
was seeking a pretext to declare war
on Servia, he declared that the phy

siological time was at hand, and woe
and sorrow would spread over the
earth, and his predictions from time to
time have been accurate forecasts of
what was to come and, which did come
to pass.
His predictions of what has come to
pass and what will come to pass are
interesting if only from a news point
of view.- The historical facts present presented
ed presented are valuable if only looked at from
an educational standpoint, the con conclusions
clusions conclusions drawn are of vital interest to
every person living on the earth- to today
day today and it remains for the Star to dig
up and discover an authority on mat matters
ters matters of such world wide interest, that
will vitally concern the welfare and

well-being of every human being.
It is not the purpose of this se series
ries series of articles to provoke antago antagonism
nism antagonism or argument, but merely to draw
conclusions from happenings that are
staged before the world and that are
fraught with so much vital interest
to all mankind.
The subject is:
Nebuchadnezzar and the Great White
Bear, or What Shall Come to
Pass in the Latter Days
In Servia the spark started by Aus Austria
tria Austria striking the match. Then Rus

sia said to Austria, if you bother Ser-1
via you step on my toes.
Then Germany said to Russia this

is not your fight, keep out.
Then France seeing her ally, Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, threatened began to strip for ac action.
tion. action. Then England being a protector of
Belgian neutrality inquired of Ger Germany
many Germany her intentions regarding Bel Belgian
gian Belgian neutrality, to which she replied
in regard to her treaty with Belgium
that it only amounted to a scrap of
paper.
- 'This caused England and Belgium
to become involved in the great con conflict,
flict, conflict, and later Turkey joined the fray.
And it is only a question whether
other countries will remain neutral
until this great conflict is at an end,
which must be soon, as no nation can
hold out very long and face a fam famine
ine famine which actually exists among the
nations that have beaten their plow plowshares
shares plowshares into swords and their prun pruning
ing pruning hooks into spears.
But the day is coming, saith the
Almighty, when this state of affairs
will be reversed. When the nations
shall beat their swords into plow plowshares
shares plowshares and their spears into pruning
hooks. Nation shall not lift up sword
against nation, neither shall they learn

war anymore; Micah. 4:3.
The object of the writer is to show

what is to be the outcome of the
state of affairs that exist at the pres present
ent present time.
That after these wars are ended,

I

be annexed to England and at that

time peace will be declared that Paul

speaks of. In writing to them in re regard
gard regard to the coming of Christ, as we
find .in 1st Thess 5:2-3, saying: "For
yourselves know perfectly that the day
of the Lord so cometh as a thief in
the night."
"For when they shall say peace and
safety, then, sudden destruction com cometh
eth cometh upon them, as travail upon a wo woman
man woman with child and they shall not es escape."
cape." escape." So this then gives us to understand

that at the coming of Christ the world
will be dwelling with peace and safe safety,
ty, safety, but this lull is to be broken by
the Battle of Armageddon, which will

be caused by Russia sweeping over
the Holy Land to take a spoil and to
rob the Jewish people of their gold
and silver, their cattle and goods,
Ezekiel 38 chapter.
The object of the writer is to show
what is to be the outcome of this
state of affairs which exist at the
present time and to show the reader

bible proof and where to find it in
the inspired writings of God's word.
This article will be published in
the weekly and also one day in the
Daily Star from week to week, that
those who are interested in regard to
what is in store for this earth and
man upon it, may become enlightened.

Not by any wisdom which the writ writer
er writer has more than any other, but the
great God of Heaven has revealed
what shall be in the latter days by
his servants, the prophets, as we find
written in Amos 3:7.
The next writing will be in con connection
nection connection with Daniel 2nd chapter,
which is being fulfilled at the pres present
ent present time, or what should come to pass
in the latter days, although its be beginning
ginning beginning was in the days of King Nebuchadnezzar.

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CITRA
Citra, March 24. W. J. Crosby was
a visitor to Tallahassee last week.
Mrs. Patience Borland most pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly entertained a number of her
friends last Wednesday afternoon.
The spacious Borland home had been
prettily decorated in honor of St.
Patrick's Day. Delicious refresh refreshments
ments refreshments consisting of a salad and ice
course were served by Mrs. Borland's
daughters, Mrs.' DuPree, Misses
Louise and Ethel Borland and their
cousin. Miss Edna Borland. About
forty-five guests were present and
the afternoon was greatly enjoyed
by all.
Mr. and Mrs. Reed, of Penn., are
guests of Mrs. Harry Borland.
Mrs. Logan and a party of friends
motored to Silver Springs yesterday.
Bryant Carpenter, who has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Driver for the
past six weeks, returned to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville yesterday.
The Citra W. C. T. U. held a call
meeting at the home of Mrs. Driver
Friday afternoon to consider if it
was advisable to hold the district

meeting at Citra. It was decided best

not to have it here at present.

Quite a number of Citra people at attended
tended attended the Chautauqua in Ocala, last

week.

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

draft, at Johnny's. 6-tf

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Funeral Directors
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D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-mers
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Cotton Plant, March 24. Mrs. J.
L. Beck, Miss Fae Beck, Mr. Beech Beech-er
er Beech-er Beck and Master James Hudgens
attended preaching services here Sun Sunday
day Sunday and were guests at dinner of
Miss Carrie Barco.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Reynolds and
baby, of Ocala, motored out Sunday
and spent the dav with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tucker called
Sunday morning- on Mrs. W. E. Veal
and were especially glad to make the
acquaintance of Little Miss Veal.
County Demonstrator McCully pass passed
ed passed through here Monday enroute to
see his club boys in this vicinity.
Mr. C. R. Veal made a business
trip to Ocala Tuesday.
Mrs. W. R. O. Veal and Mrs. Wal Walter
ter Walter Ray called one afternoon last
week on Mrs. W. E. Veal.
Mr. G. Fred Turner left Friday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon for his home. He made
many friends wiiile here who regret
to have him leave.
Rev. J. D. Major, of Dunnellon,
preached a very interesting sermon
Sunday to an attentive and apprer
ciative audience.
Mr. Rush of Mcintosh was in our
burg Tuesday afternoon in view of
buving tomatoe plants.
There was a .near freeze Tuesday
morning which damaged the beans
tomatoes and Irish potatoes. It seems
as tho we can't have rrce warm
weather, crops are needing warm
spring days.
Mrs. A. W. Woodward called on
Mrs.-J. S. Weathers Thursday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mrs. L. C. Bell and children re returned
turned returned to Croom Thursday afternoon

after a three week's visit with rela relatives
tives relatives here.
HEALTH PROMOTES HAPPINESS

WOOD

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. wklj. Adv.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

PHONF 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
immediate Attention'
J L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

WILBUR W. C.SIVIITH
Funeral Director and
Embalmer

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

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219 WEST BROADWAY

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

SHERIFF'S SALE

Notice is hereby given that under

and by virtue of an execution issued
out of and under the seal of the cir

cuit court of Marion county, Florida,
of date March 4th, 1915, in "that cer certain
tain certain cause pending in said court in
which M. C. Kiser Company, a cor corporation
poration corporation organized and existing under
the laws of the state of Georgia, is
plaintiff, and F. M. Harp and J. N.

Tiller, co-partners doing business un

der firm name of F. M. Harp & Com

pany, are defendants, I have levied

upon the property situate in Marion

county, rlorida, more particularly de

scribed as follows: Sw4 of sv?
except 7.73 chains square in north northwest
west northwest corner, and 7.73 chains Square in
southeast corner of nw4 of sw4 of
sec 15, tp 12 s, r 23 e, nwi of nwU
of sec 22, tp 12 s, r 23 e, of ne
of se4 of sec 8, tp 13 s, r 24 e, se
of se4 of sei of sec 8, tp 13 s, r
24 e, lot 10 except 10 chains north
and south by 18 chains east and west
in northwest corner, of sec 9, tp 13
s, r 24 e, lot 12 except 110 yds square
in southwest corner, and lot 13 except
110 yds north and south by 220 yds
east and west in southwest corner,
sec 9, tp 13, s, r 24 e, e of seU of
neli of sec 17, tp 13 s, r 24 e, lots 9,
10, 12, 14, 15 and 16 of Eureka, in
section 9, tp 13 a, r 24 e, and that the
undersigned will sell said lands at
public outcry, to the highest and best
bidder for cash on
Monday April 5th. 1915
etween 11 o'clock in the forenoon

j -nd 2 o'clock in the afternrn, in

front of the west door of the Marion
county court house in Ocala, Florida,
to satisfy said execution and the
costs thereon. John P. Galloway,
Sheriff of Marion County, Florida.
D. Niel Ferguson, 4-thur
Plaintiff's Attorney.
NOTICE
A financial partner is wanted to
help promote a valuable invention. I
have perfected a device that when the
practicable ability, simplicity, cheap
manufacture and commercial value is
considered, it may easily class among
the million dollar devices. For $500
I will sell a 25 per cent interest in
thi3 invention. Applicants must have
good financial rating. To avoid fak fakers
ers fakers applicants are required to pay $15
to examine the device. I reserve the
right to refuse such as in my judg judgment
ment judgment may seem wise. I have no illus illustration
tration illustration or explanation to satisfy peo people
ple people who are simply curious to know
about this invention. This i3 a mat matter
ter matter of business and must be handled in
a business way. Address M. L. Heatly,
Southern Investor, box 267, Ocala.
Fla. 25-lt-

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Towder. Calumet ly its purity and perfect, leavening
qualities does. the rest.

Ieavc your next baking to Calumet and note

the improvements- also note the saving for Calumet is
economical in cost and use. All 'rood grocers sell it.

RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS

World's Pure Food Exposition fSAt

LOUIS R. CHAZAL & SONS CO.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT

Holder Building
Telephone 228

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drink 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. Tak0 care of your animals and fowls
in time.
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CAPITAL STOCK S50,000.00.
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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS?

REPLANT TOMATOES

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Domestic Science at the High School

Irish lilt of the song, about a town
due south from Limerick, was compos composed
ed composed by the American songmaker who
had everybody singing "My Wife's
Gone to the Country" and "Afraid to

: Po Home in the Dark. Jack George

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We have visited the domestic science
room at the Ocala high school building
and are highly delighted with the

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.iuarea- uroman, tuC icomposer of music and Harry

structor and her pupils, me lessons iamg authQr mgt &
in cooking were begun two weeks ago, failure whcn Tippcrary was sunff

when tne eras was connecteu. vn,.

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Tuesdav and Wednesday mornings j

from 8:30 to 9:30 o'clock, the girls of

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Parcel Post Sale
Friday, March 2Gth, 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
for 10 cents, each containing an ar article
ticle article of that value. The public is cor cordially
dially cordially invited to attend.
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UNCLASSIFIED ADS

in New York vaudeville, and not until

it was adopted by England's army, a

the eleventh and twelfth grades nave Irelamj,s troops in Englarid.s ranks
their lessons and it was during then-. .fc becQme popuar here When
hour yesterday that the writer call- played in London music fcalu it get
tc- n the town and troops wild with joy.
The room with cement floor and in ...

1he basement is excellently equipped,
the furnishings of the latest and very
best. Accommodations are made for
twenty, two girls to a cabinet and
thirty-two utensils divided between
the two. The class wore white aprons
and caps, which with towels and bags,
'the latter to carry the. outfit in, had
been made in the sewing room on the
third floor.
Lilla P. Frich, A. B., supervisor of
domestic science, Minneapolis public
school, is the author of the manual
used. Necessity for cleanliness, clean cleanliness
liness cleanliness of person and cleanliness of
room; much labor can be saved by

habits of neatness and have a place
for everything and keep everything in
its place, are fundamentals taught
and practiced. Tomato soup with
cru tons was the lessen and to watch
the girls measure and mix, both great
accuracy, was interesting and in instructive.
structive. instructive. Nourishments of the in

gredients are studies, the girls are
taught the relationship of foodstuffs,
economy, in fact, Miss Groman isjn isjn-stilling
stilling isjn-stilling in the minds of her pupils all
of the principles set forth by the au author
thor author in her splendid text book, adding
to them the knowledge gained by her

experience.

The soup was delicious. It was serv

ed with care and while relishing it a

social atmosphere prevailed, the girls

being permitted to indulge in conver

sation. ...

Adjoining the cooking room is the

laundry not yet fitted out. The cab

inets are left in perfect order, thus
teaching dishwashing, order and system.

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Wedding Announcement Received

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WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

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FOR RENTy-Six-room house on S.
Fourth street; electric lights, hot
and cold water and bath complete.
Apply to Iiss Rena Smith at the
Haycraft Millinery. 16-14t

j I find that many of my canning j
!rlnh mpmbers have lost their nlants i

h recent cold wcather. This ;

of course is greatly to be regretted,
but I want to urge each and every

one not to give up but to begin right j
now with much greater determine- j
tion to make good. Such girls as are

enrolled in the canning clubs have
friends and admirers always ready to
help them. Only yesterday I found

proof of this statement while talk talking
ing talking with one of Marion's best citi citizens,
zens, citizens, a farmer of large acreage. We
were discussing the result of the re recent
cent recent frost and its discouraging ef

fects, especially on the girls' canning ;

clubs, when he said, just as soon as
my field is replanted send your girls
to me for as many plants as they
need, and they won't cost anything.
Such thoughtfulness and considera consideration
tion consideration goes a long wajr to lift the spir spirits
its spirits of those who are a bit discourag discouraged,
ed, discouraged, and I know others who will help,
if needed. So I do most sincerely
urge my girls to hold on to their
work. If needing seed or plants write
me at once. It is more necessary
than ever that we do our part to
bring Marion county to the front and
keep it there. All sections are watch watching
ing watching our work, so let us make it worth
while. The gentleman I mentioned
whose heart is made of love for his
fellow man, is but one of many who
stand ready to help both the girls
and the corn club boys of this county.
Girls and boys let your wants be
known. Marion county stands ready
to support you in your splendid work.
Your friend and agent,
Caroline H. Moorehead.

BELLEVIEW CIVIC LEAGUE

FOR RENT Six room couage on
Tuscawilla street between primary
and high schools. Apply to Mrs.

R. D. Fuller.

6-tf

FOR SALE One well broken
trained Shetland Pony, wagon
buggy, with harness, cheap
cash. J. D. Rooney.

and
and
for

FOR SALE Barred Rock eggs for
hatching. H. S. Wesson, Ocala,
Fla. 2-22-lm

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,o 'A10105" ARE THE BEST INVESTMENT. WHEN A MAN WHO
l.Eft?,NG DIAMONDS APPROACHES ANOTHER HE GETS ATTEN-"
T ON BECAUSE HE LOOKS PROSPEROUS. THIS PAYS. THE MOST
SHEi?ASTEr-IiTEASURE A MAN CAN G,VE H,s WIFE.SWEETHEART
OR MOTHER IS A DIAMOND. THE LUSTROUS GLITTER OF THESE
PRECIOUS STONES MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE. DELIGHTS THE
BEHOLDER AND THE WEARER.
WE MAKEi 'QUALITY' RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIGHT,
-A. E. BURNETT
OCALA'S RELIABLE JEWELER

SPECIAL RATES
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WALK ABOUT

hni Fcr TLree Snmmers Mrs; Vin Vin-cent
cent Vin-cent YiTas Unable to Attend to
Any of Her Housework.

Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for
three summers," writes Mrs. Walter
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
last time, was wy worst. V
1 had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk about Could not do any of my
housework.

I also had dreadful pa'ms in my back
and sides and when one of those weak,

Wnking spells would come on me,

would have to give up and lie down,

until it wore off.

I was rrt3inly in a dreadful state of

hj-illh, when I finally decided to try

the -wctnan s tonic, and I hrm'y

believe I would have died If I hadn't

taksn it.

After I began taking Cardui, I was

greatly helped, and all three bottles re relieved
lieved relieved me entirely.

I fattened up, and grew so much

stronger in three months, 1 felt like an

other person altogether."

Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-

acting. Its ingredients have a mud, tonic

effect, on the womanly constitution.

Cardui makes fc- increased strength,

improves the appetite, tones up the ner

vous system, and helps to make pale,
sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. f

Cardui has helped more than a million
weak women, during the past 50 years.
It will surely do for you," what it has
done for them. Try Cardui today. s
Write to: Chttnooga Medictn Co.. Ladles' Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Term., for Special
stnictlunM on your case 64-pate book. "Hoc
Treatment for Women." sent la plain wrapper. J-td

.The following announcement

been received by Ocala friends:
"Mrs. Thomas D. Huff announces
the marriage of her daughter, Mary
Justina, to Dr. John P. Chapman, on
Friday, the nineteenth of March,
nineteen hundred and fifteen, Phila Philadelphia."
delphia." Philadelphia." Of the wedding the Philadelphia
Leader made the following mention,
which will be read with interest in
Ocala, the bride haying visited Miss
Hester Dewey here two years ago:
"The marriage of Miss Mary Jus

tina Huff, daughter of Mrs. Thomas 1
Salisbury Huff, of the Powelton
Apartments, 36th street and Powelton
avenue, and Dr. John P. Chapman, of
1700 Pine street, took place very
quietly this morning at 9 o'clock in
St. Patrick's church, 20th and Locust
streets?
"The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. Lawrence A. Deering, in the
presence of the immediate families
only. Miss Huff was attended by Miss
Ruth Bryan, of Washington, as maid

I of honor, and Dr. L. Bernd acted as

Dr. Chapman's best man.
"Miss Huff, who has been living in
this city for some time, is a member
of a distinguished family of that
name in Columbus, Ga. Members of
her .family have been prominent in
the history of that state.
"Dr. Chapman is the son of the late
George M. Chapman, of St. Louis,
Mo. He is a graduate of the Univer University
sity University of Pennsylvania, class of 1911, a

member of' the staff of the Pennsyl-)

vania Hospital and is an instructor at
the University of Pennsylvania.
"Aftera short trip to Atlantic City,
Dr. Chapman and his bride will live at
1700 Pine street."

Mr. and Mrs.Harry Borland and
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Reed of Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania and Mrs. Tonner were after afternoon
noon afternoon shoppers yesterday, motoring in
from Citra.
Misses Louise and thel Borland,
Miss Edna Borland and Mrs. Allison
Wartmann were guests today of
friends, motoring down from Citin.

FOR SALE Large white chrysan chrysanthemum
themum chrysanthemum plants, 30 cents per dozen.
Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
street. 24-tf-
WANTED Want good tenant for
50-acre farm, 3 miles of Martel;
good buildings. Vaughn, 707 Bis Bis-bee
bee Bis-bee Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. 25-2t

FOR EXCHANGE I will exchange
property in any state for your Flo Florida
rida Florida property. Exchange, 707 Bis Bis-bee
bee Bis-bee Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. 25-2t

Belle view, March 25. The Civic
League held its regular meeting Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon. Quite a number were
present, considering so many having
severe colds and many have been sick
with the grip. Much business was
transacted. The secretary of the
building committee, Judge Hopkins,
read the report of the committee,
which was accepted and the commit committee
tee committee discharged with a vote of thanks.
It was voted to keep the nails that
were left over, as there will be some

use for them in the future. It was
voted by the league that no individual
should order anything more for the
league without a vote of the league
and the president's signature.
The members of the Civic League
are invited by the Lake "Weir Yacht
Club to join it in a picnic at the old
Chautauqua grounds at Lake Weir,
Wednesday, March 31,. The League
members will be sure to enjoy a day
with the club and it is hoped as many
will go as can.

Owing to so many having colds, the

dance that was to be held in the club

house Friday night has been postpon postponed
ed postponed until some future date. The
league has notified the patrons as well
as it could, and hopes to see them all
later when they can dance to good
music and enjoy the evening with the
Civic League.

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Account of Meeting of State Press Association at Mi&rra
Tickets on Sale MARCH 23rd, 2ith and 25th.. Final limit MARCH ZXiL
RATES FROM OCALA to MLVMI
VIA PALATKA and RETURN $10.85
VIA SANFORD and RETURN $10.45
For tickets and information call on Atlantic C me Ticket Agent, cj

Jacksonville, Fla.

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FOR RENT Weil located and nicelj

furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Tnquire at the Co
ionial. 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

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

PAYING MERCANTILE
BUSINESS FOR SALE

The
Laundry
Tnat
Makes
Ocala
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lliniself en Ills ilppe

Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business.

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A splendid mercantile business, in including
cluding including groceries, furniture, drygoods,
etc., in large country town, with fine
surrounding territory, for- sale at a
bargain. Wrill invoice about $5,000,
but can be reduced if party does not
want to invest that much. Did $28, $28,-000
000 $28,-000 business last year. Owner's
health is failing and must get out. If
interested, call on or write the Ocala
Star. sat-3-24-4t

W. K; Lane, 31. P., Vnyslclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Xoso
and Throat, Law Library Building,
(fcala, Fla.

in tlie Star.

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Dr. and Mr". O. B. Mayer of Ne v-

berry, S. C, visitors to Ocala for six
weeks this winter, Tuesday concluded

a visit to relatives at Archer and

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in liamesvine. iney nave gone io

Georgia to visit, before returning
home.

,
3IrT Mortimer Goodwin will be host

to a jolly houseparty this weeK-ena
at Woodmar, where his" parents, Mr.

and Mrs. W. R. Goodwin, have an at

tractive bungalov. The guests will

go down on the Vafternoon train to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow and in the party will be Miss-

es aieme Jjavis, lvouise rtem-z, Gor Gorman
man Gorman Horn and ChaMes Duval. Satur

day they will be joined by Miss Callie

Gissendaner, who on her return from
Leesburg will stop at Woodmar.
The popularity of "Its a Long Way
to Tipperary" has occasioned the
question: Wliere is Tipperary? In
the southern part of Ireland, less than

fifty miles from Cork. The delicious:

FOR RENT Furnished room with all
conveniences in private family,
three blocks from courthouse on Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue; very reasonable to
a permanent occupant. Address,
"Room," care Evening Star. 24-6t
ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished
rooms. Apply 610 Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, or phone 471. 24-6t
WANTED A wall tent, about 1G, 18
or 20 feet; must be in good order
and cheap. Box 205. 17-6t-

FOUND A ring of keys at the skat skat-ii
ii skat-ii r- rink. Owner can have same by
calling at this office and paying for
this advertisement. 25-Gt

WANTED Experienced lady steno stenographer
grapher stenographer desires permanent position.
Address, Stenographer, Care the
Star. 24-4t

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf

Go North. Ef Sea

Fine Steamers

Low Fares

DIRECT ROUTE
JACKSONVILLE TO BALTIMOI
AND PHILADELPHIA
FIRSI-CL.A5S FARES

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Boston I27.C:
BufTalo .. .. .. 27X3

Pittsburg

All -varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
bv the 0cal3 Seed Store. 5-tf.

STOP THE MISERY
OF INDIGESTION

Virginia Style

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

A Temperance Remedy That Ends
Soreness, Belching, Heaviness,
Heartburn and Dizziness
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov Discovery
ery Discovery has been so successful in the treat treatment
ment treatment of indigestion, that thousands
of former sufferers owe their good
health of today to its wonderful
power, and testimonials prove it.
It arouses the little muscular fibres
into activity and causes the gastric
juices to thoroughly mix with the food
you eat, simply because it supplies the
stomach with pure, rich blood. It's
weak, impure blood that causes stom stomach
ach stomach weakness. Get good blood through
the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery, and you will have no more
indigestion.
It is the world's proved blood puri purifier.
fier. purifier. Start to take it today and before
another day has parsed, the impurities
of the blood will begin to leave your
body through the eliminative organs,
and in a few days you will know by

your steadier nerves, firmer step,

keener mind, brighter eyes and clear

er skin that the bad blood is passing

out, and vew rich, pure blood is nil
ing your veins and arteries.
The same good blood will cause pirn

pies, acne eczema and ail skin erup

tions to dry up and disappear. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is

the helpful remedy that nearly every

one needs. It contains no alcohol or
narcotics of any kind. It cleanses the
blood and every organ through which

the blood flows is benefitted. Get it

today at any medicine dealer in liq
uid or tablet form.

Dr. Pierce's 1000-page illustrated

book, "The People's Common Sense

Medical Adviser," ?.s sent free on re

ceipt of 3 dimes, or stamps, to pay

cost of mailing only. Address Dr. V
M. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Ad. 23

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Baltimore .. .. $20.00
Washington .. .. .... 20.00
Philadelphia... ... .. 2i40

New York 24.40 Chicago

Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on steamer.

Baltimore, Wednesday and Saturday, for Philadelphia Thursday and

day. For tickets and other information, call on or address
"MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANSPORTATION CO."
Jacksonville, Florida

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The Management of DJI. McCLAFJE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving or 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.
Larger Quartern, More Fully Equipped and will be Hua
Strictly Cpon Ethical Line
HOURSi 9 A.M. TO 4:30P.M. PHONE 333

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UCALA J5YN1MG tSTAR, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1915

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GeALA OCCURENCES

Moose meet this evening.
Royal Arch meets tomorrow night.
Woodmen meet tomorrow night.

Patrolman Wells is on the sick list.

Easter cards, The Murray Company.

An excellent candy offering at 50c

the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask

for Triola Sweets. 22tf

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Mrs. Fred Kelly will return Satur Saturday
day Saturday from Jacksonville, where she has
been spending several days with her
husband.

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

The temperature was .32 this morn

ing.

Mr. R. B. Bostwick, the clever stock
claims agent of the Coast Line, was in
town yesterday. ;
Mr. Rea Ferguson has accepted a
position in the law office of Mr. Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Hocker, where he will complete
liis studies in preparation for the
bar.

The Little Trained Nurse says: Get

your Easter egg dyes at the Anti-

Monopoly Drug Store, 5 cents per
package. 24-9t
. a
Complete line of Paas' Easter egg
dyes every imaginable color, at The
Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.

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.

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Mr. Lance, of Chicago, for whom
substantial aid was solicited from the
public, left this afternoon for Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where he will be under the
care of the carpenter's union of which
he is a member.

r. W. F. Maier of. Belleview is in
town today attending to the payment
of taxes and other business matters.

Capt. J. B. Martin, the Oklawaha
turpentine operator is among the
visitors in town today.

Mr. E.' P. Thagard arrived from
Tallahassee last night to attend the
funeral of Mr. James McAteer, this
morning. He left for Tallahassee this

afternoon-

Mrs. N. D. Akers and Mrs. J. T.

Simms of Snrinefield. Ills., are spend- arcn

iner a few days in town as the fruests arcn 8

of Mrs. W. T. Evans. Mrs. Akers and larch 9

returning to their homes in the north.
Mrs. S. B. Osteen returned last
night from Palatka, where she spent

a most delightful visit with her sis sister.
ter. sister. During her absence Miss Millie
Osteen visited Miss Bess Smith.

r Mr. Gordon Watkins, ex-county
commissioner from the Dunnellon dis

trict, is among the visitors in the" city
today. 'i
On Saturday and Monday 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol-
: lar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smithrpcer.,Co.Phone 434. tf
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chant mer-chant and truckerf.is a visitor in the
V county metropolii toay. Jle-ay s the
V frost did considerablsufamage in his
A section, tho it might have been much

Mr. R. H. Crawford, the special ad ad-vertising"
vertising" ad-vertising" man f or the Chero-Cola Co.,
is spending the week with the Ocala
Chero-Cola Bottling Co., and with Mr.
Layton is covering the county putting
out advertising matter.
Several members of the Ocala lodge
of Elks are getting busy to raise
money to make a parade at the state
Elk's convention in Palatka early in
April.
Mr.. Richard Leslie of Verbana, O.,

J a friend of Mr. J. D. MacDonald, is

spending a few days in Ocala.
The members of the Athletic Club

will have their weekly basketball

game in their hall tomorrow evening

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

On account of the absence of Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Rooney at St. Petersburg,
there will be no meeting of the Board
'of Trade tonight.

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The fire this morning was at the
house of Stephen Brown on ,- South
Magnolia. The department doused it

before it did morethaiiJ5damage.

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IMn S Li Fridtfx one of Jleddick'

fjf emost" truckers, iwasl in;?town" ta ta-$layv'
$layv' ta-$layv' and looking entirely 'too Well

pieasea to oe entirely rumea. a

Yesterday the Sun stated that A.
M. Bobbitt, the furniture man, had
vacated the Sheridan block, -but left
the inference that he had left? the city;
Mr."7Bobbitt has Vrrjoved to the south
end of the Wilson-warehouse, where
he" has more room. -Clearwater Sun.

Smoke Cuban Olal, 5c Cigar.

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Reports from all over the .county

show that cabbage have done well and

, V lettuce extraordinary well this sea-

Ason. The cold weather has exactly

suited the lettuce. --.V,

First of the. season Pahst excellent

I'bpckBeer on draft at Johnny's, tf

NO USE TO TRY AND WEAIl
OUT YOUR COLD IT WILL

WEAR YOU OUT INSTEAD
Thousands keep on suffering coughs

and colds through Jieglect and delay.
Why-make yourself, an easy prey tc

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. Buy
a bottle today and start taking it at
once. MonTues Fri wky -adv.
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It was abut as cold in the Orange
Lake section as atound Ocala. The
grange Lake truckelri saved much of

.meir siuu oy covering u- up. I

Mr. J. M. Meff et'had -men replantr
V ing beans by daylight yesterday
morning. He willjbe right withjthe

;, .market when it opens. .r

Mr. J. C" Johnsoj of Gist's big farm

near Ocala, say3 .'the frost knocked

the beans out, but spared about half

thetomatoes. i

This was the third cold morning in
succession, and it won't be tropical
tomorrow morning.

Complaint was made to the police
committee of the city council yester yesterday
day yesterday that the;city jail was in an un unsanitary
sanitary unsanitary condition. Chairman Knight
arid Alderman Nash made an inspec inspection
tion inspection of the premises today and report
th,at except for the steel floors being
badly rusted in places the building is
in good condition. They .will recom recommend
mend recommend that the steel floors be removed,
leaving the cement floors as they were
before the steel was laid.

A West Broadway merchant re reports
ports reports that every day sees an improve improve-"
" improve-" -ment of business. He says that a lot
.; of real cash that seems to have been
in hiding for several months has
again made its appearance.

Ocala banks will be highly in evi-
- dence at Palatka tomorrow. Messrs.
- T. T. Munroe and L. P. Wilson of the
;vIunroe & Chambliss Bank and Mr.
I -ind Mrs. D. C. StUes of the Com-
i'nerciai Bank left this morning on
the Daylight Line for a river trip.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tompkins of the

Commercial Bank went over this aft

ernoon in their car, and Messrs. H. D.
Stokes and E. L. Wartmann of the
Ocala National left on the 4:10 A. C.
L, train. : :-' : '."

Mr. Jos. W. Dodge is putting one of
his excellent interior finishes in the

JMunroe & Chambliss Bank.

Subscribe for your
'lis T-Iurray Company.

magazine at

25-3t.

Iw-rri: Bo

Candies at the Court

cv are il.o bs3t made. .19rtf.

Globe-Wernicke Cabinets and Safes

:at The Murray Company. 25-3t

Ledgers. Cash Books and Journals

at The Murray Company. 25-3t

Mf. J. B. Griggs, of Lynne is rep representing
resenting representing the east side 'of the Okla

waha river in the city today.

Mr. Charlie Rodoff, who is travel

ing South Florida in the interest of

the Daylight Route between Silver

Springs and Palatka, is in the; city

today.; : -: :

All members of the Woman's Club
who will take up the study of Henry
VIII. are requested to meet with the
study class tomorrow afternoon at
3:15 o'clock at the club house.

-
Miss Jean Austin accompanied Mis.

R. D. Dodge to her home in Clearwa

ter today for a visit of a week.

Miss Beatrice Williams, who has

been quite sick for some weeks, is

now well; Her friends are elad to

see her out again.

Much interest is being manifested

in the basketball game to be played
tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in Lees-

burg between the "Wildcats" of this

city and the Cathedral school team of

Orlando. Mrs. Thomas Sexton will

chaperone' the girls. They will leave

on the 2:45 Coast Line train and the
team will probably be composed

of Misses Lillian Smith, Callie Gis Gis-sendaner,
sendaner, Gis-sendaner, Agnes x Burford," Leslie
Jackson, Louise Spencer and Alice
Sexton. Miss Bertha Smith will
coach.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Murphy of Oak
were guests yesterday of Rev. and
Mrs. G. E. Thompson.
. Mrs. Maud Home left yesterday for
Miami to visit her nephew, Mr.
Robert Mixson, for a week or ten
days.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keidel, Mrs.
Pauline S. Sauther and Mr. Ernest H.
Keidel make up an interesting party
of visitors who are guests at the
Royal Palm during their stay in the
city. -They will return at the close of
the season to their home in Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, Md. Miami Herald.
-This party visited Mr. and Mrs.
Christian Ax in "this city en route to
Miami.
'
Mrs. Joe B. Johnson entertained the
Tuesday Card Club yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon for her mother, Mrs. J. T. Park.
A fev extra guests enjoyed the after afternoon
noon afternoon with the regular members. The
spoils of the victory in the friendly
Wttle of bridge were carried off by
Mrs." W. E. Padgett and Mrs. J. W.
Roberts. They were both pretty boxes
of stationery. Tampa Tribune.
Mrs. Johnson and Mrs; Park were
charming guests last winter of Mrs.
E. L. Carney.

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THE MARKETS

Chicago, March 25. May wheat,
1.54.
Corn, 73a.
Oats, 58.
Pork, 17.37.
Lard, 10.17.
Ribs, 10.

LAKE WEIR

1.21

.02

Local Forecast
Fair tonight with frost north and
central portions, and probably in the
interior north of the twenty-sixth
parallel. Friday fair.

STANDING COMMITTEES
OF TE CITY COUNCIL
FOR THE YEAR 1915

C.

Finance
D. W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, M. J.
Roess.
Judiciary
Geo. A. Nash. W. A. Knight, H. A.
Fausett.
i Street
M. J. Roess, D. W. Tompkins, Geo.
A. Nash. v
Cemetery

John Moore, M. J. Roess, J.
Smith.
Fire
J. J. Gerig, H. A. Fausett, W.
Knight.
Police
W. A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, X.
Smith.
Market
J. C. Smith, J. M. Meffert, J.

j Gerig.

s Sanitary
i
II. A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash, D. W.
Tompkins.
Building
John Moore, H. A. Fausett, J. C.
Smith. '
Light and Water
J. M. Meffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.
J. Gerig. ; ,-
Dr. J. Walter HoodTs new office tele telephone
phone telephone number is 284. 15-tf

j Lake Weir, March 24. Mr. and
Mrs. Carson Bradford of Nashville,!

arrived last evening to spend two j

months at their cottage on the lake,
having been detained on account of
the serious illness of Mrs. Bradford,
who now is slowly recovering. Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Bradford and daugh daughter
ter daughter Sara left for Nashville this morn morning
ing morning after spending the past three
months here.

Mrs. Gouch and attractive daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Mary, who have been guests
of Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Henry, left
Tuesday morning for Charlottesville,
Va.
Mr. W. R. Goodwin, who so gener

ously presented the church a hand handsome
some handsome Bible last Sunday, received a
standing vote of thanks from the con congregation
gregation congregation at the afternoon service
conducted by Rev. McDonald of Belle Belle-view.
view. Belle-view. About twenty friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Wr. R. Goodwin met them last
Saturday morning at their lodge on
Fig lake for a fish fry and all day
picnic. They were later joined by Mr.
Zack Chambliss of Ocala, who very
much added to .the pleasures of the
day by entertaining the visiting guests

j with graphic accounts of the large
I fish and alligators abounding in the

lakes and streams of Florida.

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All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store- 5-tI

ms mT to
Iff liTi I fa I

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

ALSO MAKE THE PRICE RIGHT.

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WHENEVER YOU NEED ANY KIND OF HARD HARDWARE,
WARE, HARDWARE, IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY FROM US.

PHONE 1 18,

OCALA, FLA.

PUT YOUR AD IN THE STAR

Easter cards, The Murray Company.

J.

Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, Florida, intend -to apply
to the legislature of the state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, at its regular session in 1915, for
a special legislation authorizing the
.re-issue and validation of all outstand-

J ing county warrants issued by or un-

aer auinorny oi ine Doara oi county
commissioners of Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, prior to February 1st, 1915, or
such of said warrants as the said leg

islature may see fit to authorize to be

ije-issued and validated; and also pro providing
viding providing for the payment of interest

Ahereon, and for making the said war

rants payable at fixed periods.
Board County Commissioners, Marion
County, Florida. 1-30

FOR THE STOMACH AND LIVER

Only Education of Value.
Reading and writing are in no sensa
education, unless they contribute to

'rrrl by making us feel kindly to to-il
il to-il creatures. Rus'-iv

AH! THE INVIGORATING
WHIFF OF THE PINE FORESTS!

How it clears the throat and head
of its mucous ailments. It is this spir spirit
it spirit of newness and vigor from the
health-giving piny forests brought
back by Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
Antiseptis and healing. Buy a bot bottle
tle bottle today. All druggists, 25c. Elec Electric
tric Electric Bitters a Spring Tonic. iMon tues,
Fri wkly. Adv.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

I. N. Stw.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
their action and the results have been
satisfactory. I value them highly."
For sale by all dealers. 3-l-15t

NOTICE
The state and county tax books
will close according to- the laws of
Florid?, on the last day of March.
Come as early as you possibly can,
thus avoiding the big rush we always
have the last ten or fifteen days the
tax books are open. Also be sure and
bring or send a -correct description of
your property when you wish either
a memorandum of. the amount or to
pay your taxes, thus reducing the
possibility of an eVror to, the mini minimum.
mum. minimum. If you write us do not be im impatient
patient impatient if our reply seems delayed.
We will answer as fast as we possi possibly
bly possibly can and as near as practical all
letters in the .order in which they
were received. Yours very truly,
W. L. COLBERT,
3-4-30d Tax Collector-
ARE RHEUMATIC? .-TUT 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
Linimenti No need to rub it in
just apply thA Liniment to the sur surface.
face. surface. Itt 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 gfres almost in instant
stant instant relief, mon tues fri wky. Adv.

British Marriage Statistics.
In every 1,000 marriages solemnized
In Great Britain 21 are between first
cousins. Among the nobility the rate
Is much higber, amounting to 45 In
1.000.

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

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

L.. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BLILDER
Careful Estimates Made on all Con

Tact Work. Gives More and Better

Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the Citv.

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Oricinally a Chinese Sird.
Pheasants, nctv.ithfctanding theii
aristocratic magnificence of appear appearance,
ance, appearance, readily Interbrcea v ith humbler
kinds of birds, including the common
barnyard fowl, the euinea h?n and the
black grouse. English pheasants are
the descendants of Chinese birds,
which, long ago, were brought to
England and crossed either with
grouse or with some unidentified na
live species of pheasant, which pos possessed
sessed possessed no great beauty. The descend descendant
ant descendant of a male pheasant and a dome?
tic hen is known a? f "pero."

RECOMMENDS CHAMBER CHAMBERLAIN'S
LAIN'S CHAMBERLAIN'S COC3GH 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, Montevallo, Mo. For sale by
all dealers.- 3-l-15t

Lemberg and Limburg.
There is but one Lemberg, in Austria-Hungary,
the place in Galicia that
was recently taken by the Russians.
There is a Limburg in Germany, a
Limburg in the Netherlands and a
Limbourg in Belgium.

BEST TREATMENT
OK CONSTIP A1 ION

."My daughter used Chamberlain's
Tablets for constipation with good re results
sults results and I can recommend them high highly,"
ly," highly," writes Paul B. Rabin, Brushly, La.
For sale by all dealers. 3-l-15t
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean. tf

Rousseau.
One is probably right in holding that
Rousseau was the "Father of tho
ETench Revolution.' Of course many
things entered into the production of
that mighty upheaval, but Rousseau's
writings did their full share in pre preparing
paring preparing the minds of the French people
for the great political and social storm.

Japan's Unpaved Streets.
Although most of the cities in Japan
have good siuewalk3, modern street
paving is practically unknown in the
empire.

Whsn Friendship Fails.
The more friends a man thinks ho
has the greater will be his disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment if he tries to prove it by putting
them to the financial test.

Cat Reasoned Wisely.
Romances quotes a remarkable storj

about a cat's reasoning power. WhIU
a parafSn lamp was bins trimmed,

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some of tr oil fell cn th back of the

cat, and a cindrr from the fir1 f hortlj j

afterward touchsr it, thb fur becama
Ignited. The rat instantly made for
thr d-wr and. rurr!ng up t!"; village
street, pli'rrrd '.rio lU wr.-rlnf
trough. 5on h-r itumao
friend? r hcjrrv ? -; ct! ih ir kitchen
fire vrUh tcr. :?! must bav

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Will yield big crops of corn, cane, cowpea, velvet leans, rnp penny Is, kudzu, .spineless cactus j
besides raising Bermuda, Ithodes, Para, Natal and other jrras.ses for hay and pasture Willi aV
thesecrpps 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 Nov 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 -Rail way vithout delay, and see for
yourself just what these lands are. Xote that Okeechobee is now only a trifle over twelve hours
journey from Jacksonville.
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Investigate This Wonderful Country While You
Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your Farm

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mi ujt irrowinjj

i.s town auii country

You will find it unexcelled for general fanning, livestock and poultry raising

kind3 of vegetables common to Florida as. well as the finest citrus fruit- Tl

will grow at an amazing rate during the next few years. also hav- !!( m land find town
lots at ChuluolJ aiid Kenansrille 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 O-ccola
County especially adapted to stock raising, general farming and fruit growing. Write today for
full particulars to
,, J. E. INGRAHAM, Vice-PresidsEl
Land and-Industrial Department, Florida East Coast Railway.
Rccm 2CD City Bidldinj ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

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