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FI1IISL PROTEST 111 BE MADE .10 CHEAT Hill; ALSO,
TO FM FOR THE FRVE
Washington, March 2(3. The Am American
erican American reply to Great Britain's "order
in council," establishing the blockade
of Germany, was approved by the
cabinet today. The document, pre prepared
pared prepared by the president and Secretary
Bryan, will be cabled to London with within
in within forty-eight hours. It is understood
the legal phases'of British action are
dealt with, and representations made
against alleged disregard by the al allies
lies allies of accepted principles of interna international
tional international law, regarding interference
with trade between neutral countries.
A HINT TO THE TURKS
Washington, March 2C. Secretary
Bryan called the attention of Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador MorgeJifeu. at Constantinople,
to the reported attacks rjrrr4&aVmer rjrrr4&aVmer-ican
ican rjrrr4&aVmer-ican mission at Urumieh, Persia.
.PAYMENT FOR THE FRYE WILL
Washington, March 2G. The treas treasury
ury treasury department has transmitted to the
state department evidence of the neu neutrality
trality neutrality of the American ship William
P. Frye, which was destroyed by the
German raider Prinz .Eitel Friedrich.
This evidence consists in a state statement
ment statement from the collector of the port
at Seattle, that the wheat cargo of
the Frye was consigned to order in
England. The statement was accept accept-ed
ed accept-ed as showing that the cargo was not
designed to the British military, for forces,
ces, forces, and therefore was not contra
A note to Germany demanding repa reparation
ration reparation for the loss of the Frye is
about completed, and is expected to be
sent to Berlin without further delay.
Officials of the state department
appear to be satisfied that the Ger German
man German government will indemnify the
owners' of the vessel and cargo, and
that a proper apology wTill be pre presented
sented presented to this government for the un unwarranted
warranted unwarranted destruction of a vessel fly flying
ing flying the American flag. k
ATTACK ON AMERICANS
Tiflis, March 26. Turks attacked
the American mission at Urumiah,
Persia, Tuesday, assaulting the mis missionaries
sionaries missionaries and carrying away the As Assyrian
syrian Assyrian Christians who sought refuge
there. The attack was led by the
Turkish consul. The Assyrians were
CARRANZA ALSO CAUTIONED
Washington, March 2G Notice was
today served on Carranza that the
port of Progresso must be kept open
and there must be no interference
with the sisal shipments out of Yu Yucatan.
catan. Yucatan. It is reported that the battle battleship
ship battleship Georgia has been ordered to
DUTCH ARE INDIGNANT
Sharp Note, Sent by Holland to the
The Hague, March 26. Holland has
addressed a sharp protest to Ger Germany
many Germany on the sinking of the Dutch
steamer Medea, which was torpedoed
by a German submarine in the Eng English
lish English channel.
I WINTER IN THE NORTHWEST
. Sheridan, Wyo., March 26. The
mercury fell to two below zero here
Albany, Ga., March 26. Samuel
Smith, ordinary of Dougherty courrty,
suicided in his office with a shotgun
this morning, itl health was the cause.
AIII TIiE INVIGORATING
WHIFF OF HIE 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
I back by Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
lAntiseptis and healing. Buy a bot-
tie today. All druggists, 25c. Elec Elec-f
f Elec-f trie Bitters a Spring Tonic. iMon tues,
Fri wkly.".' Adv.
! -'- '-".":' .
I Try one of thce frosted pints ct
iPabst's Hilton at Johnny's, tf
0 1101 SUIT
11 TALK AT AN EtJD
NEGOTIATIONS BETWEEN ITALY
AND AUSTRIA REPORTED
Rome, March 26.- Negotiations for
the cession of Austrian territory are
reported broken off. The entrance of
Italy into the war is believed to be
imminent, since Austria has rejected
WILL DECLARE WAR -.is
IN THREE WEEKS
Seems Impossible to Keep the Italian
People Out of the Scrap
London, March 26. The Morning
Post publishes a letter from Venice
dated March 19, which describes
scenes in the Italian city as follows:
"For the last ten days not an hour
has passed that one was not startled
by shouting crowds in the streets. As
I am writing I can hear the people
shouting outside, 'Viva la Guerra!
Viva la Guerra!' And as the police
are not strong enough to disperse
them, the soldiers "with fixed bay bayonets,
onets, bayonets, are driving them down the
"When there is no demonstration,
crowds block the streets by thou thousands,,
sands,, thousands,, composed mostly of the poorer
classes. 'Picturesque gondoliers pa parade
rade parade the streets and. join the clamor
in their baritone voices, keeping one
eye awake all night. The burden of
their cry is, 'La Guerra! .La Guerra!'
Everybody seems to want war. j
"I met, a Bulgarian today, a high
military personage, who was on a
political mission in Rome, whence he
arrived yesterday. He said that the
latest date of Italy's participation in
the war is three weeks, and he be believed
lieved believed it would be earlier, but cer certainly
tainly certainly not later."
ANNUAL MEETING OF
1 GROWERS AND SHIPPERS
To the Members of the Florida Grow Growers
ers Growers and Shippers League:
The annual meeting of the league
has been set for Wednesday, April
14th, at the Tampa Bay Casino, Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. This comes during the annual
meeting of the Florida State Horti Horticultural
cultural Horticultural Society. The afternoon of
the 14th will be devoted entirely to
citrus canker work. In the evening
there will.be the report of the secretary-manager
of the league, to together
gether together with other discussions on the
general policy of the league. Three
members of the executive committee
will be elected to take the place of Z.
C. Chambliss, Ocala; Dr. J. H. Ross,
Florence Villa and T. V. Moore, Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, whose terms of office expire at
that time. We want every member
present if possible.
The following hotel rates have been
Tampa Bay Hotel, American, $4-$5.
Hillsboro Hotel, European, (2 in a
Bay view Hotel, European, $1.50,
Tremont Hotel, European, (2 in a
DeSoto Hotel, American, $3-$3.50.
The Arlington, European, $.75.
The railroads are', going to give a
rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the
round trip. .Tickets on sale April 12th
to 15th, with a final limit of April
20th; for return.
LLOYD S. TENNY, Sec. Mgr.
Loose leaf memorandum books at
The Murray Company. 25-3t.
RECOMMENDS CHAMBER CHAMBERLAIN'S
LAIN'S CHAMBERLAIN'S COrjGH 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.
Season. Montevallo, Mo. For sale by
all dealers. 3-1 -15t
V U u i u v yrr nnuvHIIHlv IdLAhtlld! Cfp P..
GERMANY ill BE REQUIRED
Major-General Wood on a Tour of the
Washington, March 26. Major Gen.
Leonard Wood, in command of the
Department of the East, yesterday
started on a tour of coast defenses in inspection
spection inspection that will include the forti
fications on the-Gulf of Mexico and the
When he arrives at Panama, Gen.
Wood will confer with Brig. Gen.
Clarence Edwards, in command on the
Isthmus, for the purpose of outlin outlining
ing outlining a system of defenses based on the
lessons learned from the European
FISH FRY THIS EVENING
The local members of the Lake Weir
Yacht Club at Eastlake will have a
fish fry at the club house this even evening
ing evening at six o'clock. Mr. W. L. Good Goodwin,
win, Goodwin, the Lake Weir enthusiast and
all round Florida booster, who 'was in
the city this forenoon, authorized the
Star to invite the Ocala citizens to
join them for supper this afternoon.
He says there's no need of making
any preparation just be on hand as
there will be plenty of fish and every everything
thing everything that goes with it for every
body. Tho the notice is rather short,
no doubt there will be a good repre representation
sentation representation present from Ocala. The in invitation
vitation invitation extended by Mr. Goodwin
is not confined to club members.
S. C. V. WILL MEET AT
John M. Martin Camp, S. C. V., will
meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock at
the courthouse for the annual election
of officers. A full attendance is urg urged.
ed. urged. W. W. Harriss, Comdt.
W, T. Gary, Adjutant.
SOME GOOD CABBAGE SALES
It is sure good to hear of some
"balm" being left in "Gilead" during
these strenuous times.
Mr. C. B. Strickland, who keeps
growing truck on his farm southwest
of town a couple of miles, no matter
what comes or goes, is shipping today
his second carload of cabbage, and
will ship two more carst All told, he
will have from 800 to 1000 crates and
is getting for them $2 net, f. o. b. the
loading track, right at his door.
Mr. Strickland has eight acres of
beans that were practically uninjured
by the cold, being located on a favored
spot. He. immediately replanted sev several
eral several acres in another field that were
killed, and will plant several acres to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
FOR THE STOMACH AND LIVER
I. N. Stm.rt, WTest Webster, N. Y.
writes: "I have used Chamberlain'?
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
MADE TO MEASURE
nrx uaiiuaiijim ioi nninn,
M WITH. TWENTY-SIX
Honolulu, March 26. The Ameri American
can American submarine F-4, which was sub submerged
merged submerged at 9:15 a. m. yesterday two
miles off Honolulu harbor, had not re reappeared
appeared reappeared at nightfall, and grave
fears are expressed for its safety.
The F-4 carried a crew of 2 men, and
is commanded by Lieut. Alfred L.
The three other submarines of the
"F" group stationed here, the -naval
tug Navajo and launches were scour scouring
ing scouring the ocean for miles about the har harbor
bor harbor entrance last night in search of
the missing vessel.
' The naval, station was notified and
other vessels were sent out to aid.
Later it was reported that the F-4
hrd been located, lying at a depth of
TRYING TO PULL BOAT TO THE;
Honolulu, March 26. A govern government
ment government tug reported this morning that
it had hooked the American subma submarine
rine submarine F-4, sunk off Honolulu yesterday.
The submarine is. hooked with grap grappling
pling grappling irons and other shins are ioin-
ing in efforts to pull the craft to the j
COUNTY FAIR OFFICES MOVED
On account of lack of room for the
offices of the Marion County Fair As Association
sociation Association in the board of trade rooms
in the Ocala House block, they have
been moved to the third floor of the
Holder Block, room CO. The fact that
the offices are on the third floor need
keep no one from calling early and
often, as the elevator service is al always
ways always at the disposal of the public.
Mrs. Tweedy, the rew secretary, is
busily engaged getting up data for
the premium list for the coming fair.
The premiums are even more attrac attractive
tive attractive than those of past seasons, and
the prospects for the biggest show
the county has ever had are growing
?nore encouraging every day. Mrs.
Tweedy hopes to have the premium
!ist in circulation by the first of May,
o as to give everyone an opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to make preparations with their
MISSION HALL WILL
Representatives of the Good Sa Samaritan
maritan Samaritan Army, who have been in the
city for the past two weeks, have
succeeded in securing a suitable hall
for holding their meetings and will
hold their first service there tomorrow
evening. They have leased the store
room at 10 Fort King avenue from
Mr. Jerry Burnett and are having it
fitted up for the work.
General W. J. Ralston, of Detroit,
who has been in charge of the work
of organization here, has met with
splendid success in getting people in interested
terested interested in his mission.
The meetings at the hall will he held
2very evening at 7:30 after the street
service General Ralston has been
promised the assistance of a number
of young ladies in his singing service.
The public is cordially invited to
come to these services regardless of
creed or isms.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
ounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dol-'ar's
'ar's dol-'ar's worth of other groceries, for
'ash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
For Plumbing, tin work, guttering
and roofing call on P. A. Durand,
phone 494. 3-26-lmo.
OME in and see our
mer patterns and
Take your choice. Pick the style you prefer. That's all there is to it. Our
expert tailor will take your measure and ypur 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 EngllFh .-Woolen bills' method of doing business. Its
the ethod that guarantees the utmost clothes value for your money.
MEfiOIVEO AND FAILED TO
A.DAY'S REPORT OF WAR FROM
Petrogi ad, March 26. A German j
Zeppelin attacked the Russian fort-
ress of Lornze on the Narew river I
yesterdayt dropping fourteen bombs, j
Nine civilians were wounded. j
SUBMARINE RING SHATTERED
London, March 26. The admiralty
vivv.iaicu iuuu) mat, uie uerman ring i
of submarines around the British j
Isles was being shattered. It was j
predicted that the campaign against
English merchant shipping would
soon be ended by the recall of the
submarines which are being destroy destroyed
ed destroyed without accomplishing results.
Paris, March 26. Heavy rains are
causing a lull along the entire front
in France and Flanders. The attacks
by the Germans in the forests of Con Con-senvoye,
senvoye, Con-senvoye, Caures, novtheast of Verdun,
Eparces and Lepetrc were repulsed.
The French have abandoned the of offensive
fensive offensive until better weather.
London, March 26. The British
steamer Delmira was torpedoed and
sunk in the English channel today.
. CONFISCATED TWO CARGOES
Glasgow, March 26. A British
cruiser seized the Swedish steamships
Vera and Jeanne today and brought
the vessels here. Their cargoes of
rice were confiscated. ...
BRITISH BOAT STRUCK!
New Orleans, March 26. The Brit
ish steamer Persian is aground today
near the mouth of the Mississippi.
She carries 1500 mules and over a
million pounds of supplies on board.
ANOTHER GREAT VICTORY FOR
Petrograd, March 26. The Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians have evacuated Czernowitz and
are now in full retreat toward Hun Hun-gard.
gard. Hun-gard. The Russians defeated the Aus Aus-trans
trans Aus-trans in a terrific three days' battle on
the Pruth river, and are pushing the
enemy with vigor.
WILL. SPEAK TO FARMERS
Dr. R. T. Weaver of Ocala, state or organizer
ganizer organizer of the Florida Marketing Bu Bureau,
reau, Bureau, will speak to the farmers of the
county Saturday afternoon in the
courthouse and it is very necessary
for all the farmers that can do so to
be in attendance and hear him for
their own good. He is representing a
good cause something that Hernando
farmers need to have to help them
along with their work and in selling
their crops after they have made
them. This bureau sells and exchanges
everything that the farmers produce
with the exception of citrus fruits.
The most satisfying box of candy,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Stores onlv. 22-tf.
striking line of snappy, up-to-date
shades in Worsteds, Cheviots,
ALLIFS RENEW ASSAULT fill B1DM1LE;
HFAVY FORCE OF FRENCH
. Athens, March 26. Another great :
battle between the allied fleet and j
Turkish forts guarding the Darda-1
nelles has opened. The heavy gale
which has prevailed for the past sev
eral days, having ceased, the warships :
are making a supreme effort to snnsh
the Turkish fortifications. j
A Tencdos dispatch reports that
26,000 French troops have landed on
the -Asia Minor
coast to attack
I Smyrna by land.
The forts are replying energetical-1 ,ljenin -Uarch Prince Joachim,
ly to the bombardment with huge the J"ounSest, son of the kaiser, led
Krupps. the Germans in driving tho Russians
out of Memel. Though outnumbered,
PREPARING TO ASK FOR PEACE the prince personally led the charre
Athens, March 26.-The morning If ?CCSS'"J. fighting was ter ter-pr.pers
pr.pers ter-pr.pers today publish the report that I UfiC IaStcd for flVe hours'
the Turkish government has
with the Germans and is nrpn.irinr tn
sue for peace. It is asserted that the
4 t n I
Turkish field marshal left for Sofia,
returning to Germany.
EMPEROR WILLIAM'S LETTER
TO GERMANS OF OCALA
Mr. C. Peyser, the popular cigar
manufacturer of Ocala, is today in re-
ceipt cf the following from Washing
ton, D. C:
Hon. Chas. Peyser, Ocala, Fla.
With reference to mv letter of Jan Jan-uary
uary Jan-uary 28th, I beg to say I have been
instructed to convey to you the ex expression
pression expression of his majesty the emperor's
thanks for your kind message of con congratulation,
gratulation, congratulation, atntrie Occasion- "of his
majesty's' birthdayv -''-
Yours very .truly,
;! Vori Bernstorff,
THE AGATHERIDAN SOCIETY
The Agatheridan Society held its
regular meeting this afternoon. Af After
ter After the minutes of the proceeding
meeting had been read and approved
the following program was .rendered:
Subject Current Events.
Song By school.
Essay "The Attack on the Darda Dardanelles:"
nelles:" Dardanelles:" Bessie Marshall.
Essay "The Struggle over the
Ship'Purchase Bill and Its Effect on
the Wilson Administration": Mae
Essay "The Present Condition of
the European Universities": .Tom
Essay "Recent Inventions": Ther Ther-in
in Ther-in Hall.
Essay "The Opening of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Exposition": Robert Blake.
P?ano Solo Marie Burnett.
After the report of the critics, there
being no further business to come be before
fore before the house the society adjourn adjourned
ed adjourned to meet again April 9.
OPENING A BRANCH STORE
Mr. B. Goldman went to Starke this
afternoon, where he is opening tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow a branch store, vhirh will be
operated during the strawberry sea
i i x r i i i i
son at least. Mr. Goldman has a good
man in charge of the store and. has
shipped several thousand dollars
worth of stock from his store here,
which has so manv goods in "it that
there is not room to carry them.
Spring and Sum
Serges and Tweeds.
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liVjU u u Li L
EO If!. ASIA TO
I LED .ATTACK ON THE RUSSIANS
AT MEM EL
Berlin, March 26. The battle cf
I Hartmannsweiler-Kopf has now
ln progress for four days and is still
! undecided. The French have made
i many attempts to capture the Ger-
j n position.
! The Fiench renewed their attacks
j upon the heights of the Meuse, but
j were rePsed.
i At the east front the Russians are.
auempimg to force their way to Au-
gustowo on a narrow strip of land be
tween the Jakes, but so far hav. !jn
held in check.
MARTIN SAW A MIRAGE
Editor Star: Yesterday afternoon
at 2' o'clock,- Roily Hogan ard myself
were in section 21, tp 15, r 23, three three-fourths
fourths three-fourths of a mile wct of Mr. Hin Hin-ton's
ton's Hin-ton's residence, being a mile southea; t
of Mr. S. T. Sistrunk's residence on
his Arden farm. On looking. west, we
saw, apparently, at a distance of two
miles, a high hill; the side towards us
was cleared land, scattered over which
was occasionally a green tree, appar apparently
ently apparently like oaks, and some other trees,
and some buildings in a clump of
trees. It was a beautiful high hill,
about 150 or 200 feet high. Vve were
quite busy, and did not have much
time to spare, but we stopped and
looked at it for about five minutes.
What puzzled us most, was that this
hill vns apparently in Marshall's
Swamp, "and I had never heaid of any
hill in Marshall's Swamp. We moved
on into thick timber, which obstruct obstructed
ed obstructed the view. About 5 o'clock we re returned
turned returned to Mr. Sistrunk's place, where
we were met by Mr. and Mrs. John II.
Taylor, who brought us to town in
their auto. As soon as we got in the
car I asked Mr. Sistrunk wro ownd
the beautiful high hill south of him.
He replied there was no hill there;
there was nothing there but Mar Marshall's
shall's Marshall's Swamp. I then began to
realize that it was a mirage we had
It was a clear bright afterroon, and
the conditions of the atmosphere were
such as to refract the rays of light,
and Fort King hill was made to ap appear
pear appear 200 feet above. the tree tops of
1 timber in Marshall Swamp and two
1 : i . ,i r c i i- .
miles instead of five miles li tant.
If one could find the atmosphere in
j the same condition, it would be worth
'the trip to go and see it.
R. L. Mariin.
Ocala, Fla.,' March 20, 191?..
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OCALA KVEMNft STAK, FRIDAY, .MARCH 26, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING Eli & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
K. It. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, liusiness Manner
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at OCa, Fla., fstoffice as second class matter.
excellent quality at a lively rate.
There is a strong and steady demand
for these packages in every part of
Florida and no doubt the Ocala com company
pany company is making a great quantity of
goods and some money. The small
industries are among the best things
of the state, for they keep money at
I home that must otherwise reduce the
I circulation by being sent a way to se-
cure many things needed for handling
Florida's wonderful crop.-?,
j Union Short Talks.
fl? FREIGHT LIIIE
WILL BE A SUCCESS
MYERS, MARCO AND MIAMI
One year, m advance.. advance..-Six
Six advance..-Six months, In advance.
Three anonths, in advance
ot. month. In advance.
OLe year- in advance.
Six months, in advance
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance.
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Ocala is doing her best to secure
small and steady industries, and
wouldn't object to two or three hi?
ones. High freight rates Is the only
obstacle in our way.
MAGAZINE FOR APRIL
The new freight line of the Silver
Springs Transportation Company be between
tween between Ocala and Jacksonville, over
the Silver, Oklawaha and St. Johns
rivers, is an assured thing and suc success
cess success is crowning the efforts of the
people who are backing the
solid in sup-
' ua fiffn rviin-1 Hindenberer. His letter goes
nt ridTiran apW aTPensa- establish the belief that the Germans
utes riae m a provided for a .long time to
coia me omer uj- ""' v --- -
u .v, rt wa in the air. come and tnat they are
port of their emperor and
"if. the farmers do not plant cotton jment. : --
this soring and peace breaks out in j .
.P" nther noor An American correspondent gives a
me auiurau, suvwp. .- .... fi,.Vi,'n
wear shirts grapmc uescnpuwi
h..i nmW An th Rzura a river
IclbC icv-cuiuvi v
folks won't be ahle,to
selected for the April issue of
toons Magazine, which is just o
nress. A trlance at some of thi
torial satire will explain why Kincr
George and Queen Mary have" at attempted
tempted attempted to suppress certain carica caricatures
tures caricatures in England as being dangerous
Says the Tampa Tribune regard regarding
ing regarding the proposed railroad:
Completing the Loop
As noted in the news columns of
, r ii ,. 0j'the Tribune on yesterday actual work
F re ight Can be Handled as Quick and i J J
,. i has commenced on tne survey oi me
Much Cheaper than la the
T .. n J route of the trans peninsular rail rail-Rail
Rail rail-Rail Routes- j
road from Fort Myers to Miami.
An encouraging and reassuring f ea-
ture of the situation relating to this j
prospective new railroad is that there
have been few preliminaries gone
through with in the line of letting off
superfluous gas, or the publication of
alluring and largely imaginary pros prospectuses.
pectuses. prospectuses. The people in charge of
the enterprise evidently mean busi business
ness business and have taken hold of it as
if they meant to put it through with without
out without delay.
Tampa greets the commencement
of the survey with congratulations
both of the men who are pushing the
work and are behind the enterprise, I
and of herself. To use the sterotyped
phrase, "it will be a great thing for
Tampa." In South Florida all trunk
transportation lines lead to this city.
At least half of the money needed
to build a new and larger boat for the
Just how far the orgy of hatred in j yine has been subscribed, and the bal bal-the
the bal-the eastern hemisphere can be carried j ance v;j oon je obtained. Several
is indicated by a number of cartoons j of the jUSiness firms of the city who
have subscribed for stock in the com-
3 i puny are now getting part or all of J
freight over the line and it is
1 as quickly and in some cases,
rruickly than has heretofore!
the rule by the railroads and
Tomorrow will be the-402nd anni anniversary
versary anniversary of the discovery of Florida
March 3 was the
j jr vtjjwvi-
oowontipfK anniversary of its
mission to the Union.
Morgan Robertson, the most gifted
writer of sea stories since W. Clark
Rusjvell, died in his room in an At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic City hotel Wednesday night.
Mr. J. M. Meffert, one of Marion's
most experienced and enterprising
f armers, takes occasion from the re recent
cent recent frost to reiterate what he has
ajd several times before that Mar Mar-Aon
Aon Mar-Aon county farmers should put their
' dependence in staple crops and make
a- side line of truck. Certain it is
that staple crops were never worth so
much as they will be this year and
Last year, a gentleman from San San-,ford,
,ford, San-,ford, an expert on celery 'growing,
visited Mr. S. T. Sistrunk's farm at
'Arden, on Silver river, and inspected
the celery grown there. He declared
i a i! t i. J 4-V..- I
it was equal to we.uesi, aim mo
ground was particularly adapted to
its growth. It is certain that the land
along both sides of Silver river can
be planted to celery with profit, and
if there is a fast freight line to Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, as we all hope for, next win winder,
der, winder, a most profitable industry can be
For several weeks there has been
lying on the Star's editorial table a
little book, entitled "The Lutis Sin Sin-clain
clain Sin-clain Magazine," the 16-m, single single-column
column single-column pages of jvvhich are full of
wise and witty things. This clever
little publication, which was loaned
the Star by Mr. E. M. Howard, de devotes
votes devotes two pages and a half to pea peanuts.
nuts. peanuts. It takes peanuts up and down
and along the side, and shows them
to be an easily raised and profitable
product. The goober is indeed the
great American nut, and Florida far farmers
mers farmers can't raise too many of them.
Little episodes like, our late lamented
frost, would not faze them.
Ex-Senator Beveridge writes for
Collier's a most interesting report of
interviews he had with Emperor William,-
Admiral Tirpitz and Gen. Von
in Poland that the Germans tried to
cross in order to reach Warsaw. The
Bzura is a little river, at the point of
fighting about fifty yards wide and
ad. armpit deep. Every night tor tnree
lights in succession tne Germans irieu
to cross. They would advance in solid
columns, breaking the ice as they
reached the river's edge, struggling
thru the water to the other bank and
some times to within half a .dozen
yards of the Russian trenches. In
their three nights of -attack they
made eleven charges, and every night
the river was choked with their dead.
Good useful men were these German
troops, clerks, mechanics and farmers,
and their useless slaughter was an
irreparable loss to their country and
to crowned heads and monarchies. 11 rale between Ocala and Jacksonville,
it is the voice of the people that is pjus 5 cents per hundred pounds for
speaking and cartoons are supposed truckage from the springs to Ocala.
to echo this voice then the "twilight" -rie average person, not faimliar
of the kings" is near at hand. j V(-jth shipping and freight rates, can-
The magazine, both pictonahy and j r.o
in editorial comment, covers the pre- j for
vious month's events, and makes an-
other chapter of the most-lancinating
of just one-half of the j Jn order tQ obtain paying business
Senator Fletcher owes more to the
Florida press than the Florida press
owes to him; but he has a perculiar
way of paying the debt. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. The sentiment expressed by this ut
terance of the Tribune is one of the
things Senator Fletcher has a right to
complain of. The Star supported Mr.
Fletcher as strenuously as any paper
in the state, but it does not consider
that he owes it anything. It support supported
ed supported him because it thought he deserved
re-election, and it thinks that news newspaper
paper newspaper support of a candidate should
be a public duty and not a personal
for themselves they must come here;
to go elsewhere would be a fatuous
policy that far sighted men, such as
those in charge of this new project
evidently are, will not pursue.
The completion of the new road will
open up new trade territory to the
wholesale merchants of Tampa and
will add to those already existing an another
other another and extremely attractive travel
route that will render larger the al already
ready already rapidly growing number of vis visitors
itors visitors to this West Coast and that is
so fast coming into its own in the
C i JilC 10Cal rates-lrom JacKsonvme on attractive section of the fairest state
ither cartoons show the ; thb cass is 30 cents per hundred. TT,.
Ill VAIV UiUVU
Tampa now has a line to Fort My-
see why there is such a chance
freight reductions in the hundred-
He haul from Jacksonville to Ocala.
Let us give one little example:
The Star pays 57 cents a hundred
! pounds on newspaper in bundles from
th' mills to Ocala. We will call the
distance 1500 miles. This paper goes
continued story ever written
American cartoonists in the
situation have again found a subject
for their pens, and many striking de
signs, introducing the rattlesnaKe em- a3 fth caS3 freight, a very low
blem and the shades of the Maine, give j classification, though not the lowest.
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tneir worn, uiner cai ioyu miuw i this class is oO cents per
gaunt wolf of starvation, enlisted by j T'mt3 for the haul of 100 miles we pay
the billigerents as an ally, or portray j o0 cents while the 1400-mile haul
the horrors of the submarine and Zep-1 POcts 27 cents. The rate via the boat
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pelin. The tragedy of the 'Jews in
Poland is described in a series of car cartoons
toons cartoons from a New York Jewish daily.
How the cartoonists view the doom of
Constantinople is portrayed in an another
other another series. Cartoons from England,
France, and Germany give a clear
idea of just what these nations think
about each other. Among the special
articles is' one by James Mcllvin Lee,
of New York University, dealing with
the "snake" and "coffin" cartoons of
the colonial and revolutionary per periods.
iods. periods. A ghostlike Zeppelin, the prow
of which merges into the outlines of a
skull the" fancy of a Dutch cartoon cartoonistforms
istforms cartoonistforms the principal feature of the
Don't be misled by the "dope" in the
sporting columns of any- newspaper
about Jess Willard's chance to lick
Jack Johnson. This "dope" is sent
out for the on purpose of attracting
people to see the fight, in the hope
that they may see Johnson licked.
And on the surface of things it looks
like nothing but dope. Any white
man who will fight, Johnson ought to
be licked. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Expresses our sentiments, exactly.
The Ocala Star believes in boosting
home industries and a few days ago
gave space to an excellent picture of
the plant of the Ocala Manufacturing
Company's crate and basket factory.
The large, two-story building shown
covers considerable ground : and ac
cording to the Star is fully equipped
for turning out crates and baskets of
REDUCTION IN RATES
Advice has just reached the
of the Florida Growers and Shippers
League, at Orlando, that the. Florida
East Coast Railway placed in effect
on March loth rates from all its sta stations
tions stations to Jacksonville (when for be beyond)
yond) beyond) on oranges and grapefruit in
bulk, straight or mixed carloads,
minimum 24,000 pounds. These rates
were constructed in the same manner
as those from A. C. L. and S. A. L.
stations, announced last week, being
125 of the current rates on boxed
fruit of 80 pounds, which is equival equivalent
ent equivalent to the same, rate in. cents per 100
The league also announces a reduc reduction
tion reduction of 5 cents per crate in the rate
on celery from Florida to Colorado
common points, such as Denver, Col
orado Springs, Puebio, etc. ihis re reduction,
duction, reduction, which is equivalent to $20
per car, became effective on March 1.
Pr.e is IT, cents, plus 5 cents for truck
charges, making a net saving of 10
cents per hundred pounds, or one-
i third the total freight rate.
The rate on first class freight from
Jacksonville to Ocala is cents; via
the beat line it will be 31 cents, plus
5, a saving of 2G cents a- hundred
pounds. On the higher classes (in
freight terms first class is not "first
class" at all, and the classes go away
on up) the rate is higher and the sav saving
ing saving correspondingly greater.
- The people who are getting their
freight by the boat line are much
pleased, the boat is coming well load loaded.
ed. loaded. each trip and makes three trips a
week. Going down, she carries cross cross-"tiesi
"tiesi cross-"tiesi and makes expenses on the down
trip in that way.
The new boat that it is proposed to
build, with the G. A.' Carmichael, the
present boat, each making three trips
a weik, can carry practically all of
the freight for Ocala, exclusive of
life.- 1 S
i frffii iliiiii jSil. hi ng-
These Superior Corn Flakes are
not only a delicious breakfast food
they make an appetizing lunch at any"
hour of the day.
And how the kiddies do enjoy them!
After play time for lunch or supper
the crinkly brown flakes just hit the
Spot.;-:;: .".;:- x
Post Toa lies are made of choicest
selected Indian corn; steam-cooked,
daintily, seasoned, rolled and toasted to
a delicate golden-brown.
Post Toastles reach you all ready
to servejust add cream or milk. Lit Little
tle Little or no sugar is required as pure sug sugar
ar sugar is cooked in. Also mighty good with
any kind of fruit. Ask Your Grocer,
s mi a
lumber, brick and a few other
classes of carload shipments.
It will be necessary to have a new
truck to do this, and even now Mr.
Carmichael is having a big trailer
built for the one now in use.
The new boat will be built along
somewhat different lines; for instance,
the load will be trucked right into or
onto the loading deck, without the de delay
lay delay and expenses of taking it down
intn the hold and out atrain at the
other, end of the line.
. She will be broader, longer and the
hull shallower, with all of the load or
cargo room above ,the shallow hull,
above which the great cargo room,
about 15 by 50 feet,. 6 high, will be
Mi Carmichael is undecided wheth whether
er whether to have the vessel built right at the
springs, using our own materials and
labor, or to -have her built by one of
the shipyards in Jacksonville, with a
steel hull. Strange to say, the steel
hull is a little the cheapest, but it is
a new and untried proposition on the
upper reaches of the river.
The Carmichael & Son Co. hauled a
good many hundreds of tons of freight
of its own, of different classes, and
thoroughly demonstrated the prac prac-t.iVabnitv
t.iVabnitv prac-t.iVabnitv of the river route and the
big saving in freight, before ever talk
ing about making the line a public
The Star has given instructions to
have its freight routed via the boat
line in future and every firm which
has subscribed for stock in the line
should do the same thing.
It is astonishing to see what
large pei-centage of the freight that
comes to Ocala originates in Jack
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sonvina or is re-smppeu j.runi tunc,
which amounts to the same thing.
The railroad commission seems
powerless to help Ocala, an interior
point, to solve her extortionate freight
rate problem, so Ocala proposes to
solve it herself. Of course, the rail railroad'
road' railroad' haven't the facilities for handl handling
ing handling the freisrht as cheaply as the boat
ine and would lose money
ers, the proposed western terminus of
the road, that city being at the south southern
ern southern extremity of the Atlantic Coast
Line; the construction of the Myers,
Marco and Miami line would supply
the connecting link between what are
at present practically two separate
systems, composed of the lines on the
East Coast and those on the west. It
will then be easy to run down the East
Coast line, spending time according according-to
to according-to inclination at its various resorts,
and then to cross from Miami to Fort
Myers and go from there up the
West Coast, taking in its attractions
seriatim; or, as the tourist may pre-'
f er, reversing the route. We have
no doubt that'the inauguration of this
new line will at least double the num
ber of visitors to the West Coast re
sorts in the course of a season with without
out without diminishing those to the East
Commercially the completion of the
new line would tiouDie tne area ac
cessible to the wholesale establish
ments of Tampa. At present what
is known as "Tampa territory" lies al
most exclusively along the west side
of the peninsula and in the interior.
We get little from the East Coast
country. This is because of the routes
of the present rail lines and the dif
ficulty of reaching the one coast from
the other. By the connection by rail
with Miami we would be as near to
most of the country on that side as
Jacksonville is now,- and being able
to. compete on equal terms, our mer merchants
chants merchants would get their share of the
trade that now all goes elsewhere
tie! A sinister figure that drop like a hado on the Lves of Ned Wimer and June.
Dark, polished, mysterious, his polite attentions seem a constant menace
At every turning he crosses the path of the Leautiiul tunavay bride.
6 GLOHGE RANDOLPH CHESTER and
ts a mystifying story, a fascinating story,
a story of spellhouud thrill.
It is illustiated with moving pictures produced by the Reliance ruction
Picture Corporation by special arrangement for this paper
Read the opening episode in
THE STAR and then go to the T
see the beginning of this thriliin;
rptes established by the boat line, so
1 he read 5 and the commission say, and
( ther are in a position to know.
Anvwav, we should worry, when
4 t-i 1
mo-:tlv ccmine via
river and the rate
TfY A X D WK ATI
d2 Tcas'Sies USae SupeFlor Corn Flalses
out yorn roi.n it wh.i.
V, KAi: YOU Ol'T INSTEAD
Tro'.Fan-'N kfon on suffer nsr couehs
Aft cold? thouch nejrloct rnd delay.
Yh a'-3 yourself an easy rrey t"
---w r-llrven4:? ard epdomis as the
rc-i!r of "a reflected Cold ? Couprhs
a"l Col :-- ;-ar vour strength and vi vi-tnlitv
tnlitv vi-tnlitv ur'- "cheched in the early
ptacrcs. Dr. T'tnpr's New Discovery is
v.-hat y" r-r-d the first dose helps.
Your hr l clears up, you breathe free freely
ly freely and you feel so much .better. Buy
a bottle today and start taking it at
once. Men Tues Fri wky adv.
Smoke Cuban Club, fc Cigar.
Belleview, March 24. A little thin
sheet of ice and the mercury stand
incr at about 30 decrees on the morn
ing of -the 23rd, caused all kinds of
comments and conjectures on the crop
situation and it caused considerable
pessimistic comment. That the cold
did some damage is not to be gain
said, and from some very conserva
tive reports we are led to believe that
the total damage will not approxi
mate 20 of the truck crops.
Mr. arid Mrs. Win. H. Warner of
Vermont, who have been spending the
winter in the Durant cottage, left last
Tuesday intending to make their way
home in a very leisurely manner.
Mr. John R. Sipes, who has bought
him a farm and is building a home on
the Lake Weir hard road, will fence
and improve his place and stay with
us a while.
Mr. Wm. II. Mitchell, the scientific
iron worker, has concluded that the
Weekly Star is essential to his wel welfare
fare welfare and comfort and contributes the
customary ante to set in with the
Star for the next fifty-two weeks.
Aside from being one of the most ex expert
pert expert mechanics that has ever graced
Belleview, Mr. Mitchell is a deep stud student
ent student of bibleology and history, also a
writer of some force. Months before
the outbreak of hostilities in Europe,
Mr. Mitchell was talking and predict predicting
ing predicting just such things as did come to
passj and from time to time he has
outlined the probable course .that
would follow, and at the present time
he forecasts different moves on the
checkerboard that are not in line with
present alignments of today. He
backs up all of his statements with
Mrs. E. Rowan and little son of
Cleveland, Ohio, arrived last week
and will make their home with Mr.
Edward Romer, who i3 Mrs. Rowan's
Mrs. Creola Nix Prudue with herj
husband from Nocatee. Fla., are visit- i
ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.
N. Nix, three miles west of town. t
Mr. and Mr. Logan hailing from J
the far west are visiting their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Cogswell. Mr.
Logan when he is on his own stamp stamping
ing stamping grounds, hangs his hat up any anywhere
where anywhere from, the Rio Grande to the
Canadian line, and calls it home.
Mr. Charles Oakley of Long Island j
N. Y., riews his Fubscription for the j
Weekly Star for another term. He j
does it cheerfully, Mr. Oakley is one
of the most omnivorous of readers,
and fairly revels in good reading mat matter,
ter, matter, which is one of his main reasons
for continuing the Star. Another main
reason is that he wants to keep posted
on current events as they happen in
Miss Essie Whitfield left last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for her home at Oxford, after a
visit with her aunt, Mrs. J. A. Lucius.
We sell Calumet Baking Powder and Henry
Clay Flour to you under a "Money Back Guar Guarantee."
antee." Guarantee." Get a can of this well known brand today, ana
See if it does not do all and More than is claimed
for it. "BEST BY TEST," both Flour and Baking
One 10c Can of Calumet Baking Powder FREE,
with a 24 pound sack of Henry Clay Flour
"Kniwrt nnH Rripnre combine tr make it
protect it from contamination while it hs
suit in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory reis in- g
have your custom we deserve it.
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Lvery precaution i5? taken
l.rou;;!) the processes w hich 'Y-
this goud ice of nurs. Let u-M
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Jack s o n v i 1 1 e Florid a
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Ai F. WILSON, MGR.
OCaLA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, MAfiCH 26, ldlS-
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Copyright. l'JJi. ty .Serjar J'utiication Cor
By spectai arrangement tor tnl
paper a photo-drama correspond
ing to tne installments ot Run
away Jane" may now be seen a
the leading moving picture thea
ters. By arrangement made witJ
tne Mutual Film Corporation it i
not only possible to read "Runa
way June" eacb week, out al
afterward to see moving picture
Illustrating our story
FIRST EPISODE ;
'The Man Will? (he Black Vandyke j-
CHAPTER 1. f
HK qulvt-nis 'iitt?r of s 1 1 ttie
uiItMJM si:ittNu jn Hr.viiiort
was lioumer. 'That ftirjret ;
tr collie eoulu reiiifiuber uo ;
occusion f '-cscitiuU' us this m the!
Moore household.'- .but as every ue
seciiiKl thoroughly satlstifd loum;er j
helpl fu the hnppiness" until M tail
Oimv. jiucI oitce only. Bouncer hud j
been nlle to iret past old Aunt Debby j
Thii lime be "V-riujrht that eoal black
cook with Iit'fh;'uru?4 full of snow white ?
douh Shr ;o-t her ltnity and "her
center vf urn v.ty and Mat down on the
tloor with n 'plump which jarred the the-house
house the-house PouieerjM linked beneath her j
llariiiu sUins. mir she 'saved the dutish'j
tiotiii er tinyui -s iilie was up the back 1
staii1. and h nrown and white streak j
1j;h1 fl.jslh d Into the daintily cretouued i
room of ijH frieml, "mistress and play
fellow, pretty June Moore. Here all!
was billowy, confusion June herself.
standing by the Ion;;, low row of neee-j
ily t wtainedvw indou-. was the. nucle-1
us of ail the' frothins white. Her f?irl
ish cheeks were Hushed, and her eyes;
were wide and shining, and a fat
dressmaker, with her Hp in her mouth
and a maze of diabolical'--. wrinkles In
her brow, was on tier knees completely
encirelln: June with pats md pull
and t'vyjtches A lrow-beaten dress
maker's helper, with a Uarnin red spot
in each 'cheek ami her yellow hair
drajrin:,' to denote her repressed asony
and with her bosom stuck full ot pins
and needles and things, was standing
rigidly to o;n' side holding an orange
blossomed veil. June's mother, in a
very special dress and with he, hair
done lu the most paint ill precision ot
which a -Frenchman, was capable,
stood' just, in' trout of June, wrmglug
her hands ami heipins with her-eyes In
all the sacred t eremonies.
Marie, Marie ot the broom and
duster, blck haired, aud red gummed,
waited nir. with a wide grin and
moist eyes, to have things hung upon
her wlu n, there was no more space
upon the little white bed nor any of
the chairs. rX er by the door, talking
Incessantly, was Iris IJlethering, June's
For only n momeiit liouucer was per permitted
mitted permitted to gaze upon this puzzling scene.
When tie sprang too near the central
figure, of it nil.-with. 'the -perfectly, na natural
tural natural and commendable, intention "-.of
leaping upon her to show his undying
affection., there was a combined shriek
from fix wifuen. and .Are .of them put
Weil, it was a strange world, and by
way of setting his- niiuci at ease
rwH'eer ran sis times around the
MiM'-e and c.h-rei a cat up j tree and
exchanged loud views with all the
neighborhood children who. hung opou
the fence waiting to se the bride.
There were pink bridesmaids at
every wiudow. and a nice, regular
father, gardeniad and silk hatted and
Prince Alberted. waited up and down
the porch, looking at his watch until
eternity dragged by. but wheu the end
of time was come the limousiueH began
to move, ami Bouncer, with a yelp of
welcome, sprang to his regular seat
by -the" Hide f the tirst driver; Jerry
pulled llouneer's ear aud shut the long
pointed muzzle in a gasoline! tist and
gave him other rough tokens of friend-1
liuess; then the door opened and there )
came out a fleecy vision In whom the j
neighborhood childreu found It difficult I
to recognize June MtMjre. but tilmj j
robes and pale cheeks were no disguise 1
Itouncer!" June Moore, in alt her in
porta nt finery, stooped swiftly down
and took his head between her white
gloved hands and looked into his wist wistful
ful wistful eyes and touched her cheek, for an
instant upon his silken ear and whisp whispered
ered whispered to him. of all tbe world, her very
last girlish secret Then Aunt Debby.
now divested of dough, dragged
Bouncer back and locked biro in the
shed, while June Moore rode away
never to be June Moore again!
Wbat was this new world which she
was approaching? No bride knows and
uo woman. June sailed contentedly
Ned bow he had tiiled bet world! And
how happy they were to Ik!
Why. they were at the -chapel the
pretty little gray chaje loaded with
vines. And there was Ned at a win
dow of the Sunday school room and
looking so strained and uncomfortable.
And there were the usbers In the door doorway.
way. doorway. She hardly knew how she was
suddenly transformed intoa procession.
Why. here, was Ned close beside her
and trembling: in a in 1st they kneeled
and said responses, and Ned put a ring
on her finger. His own fingers were
cold and clammy, but his voice was
clear and earnest as he promised to k
love, cherish and protect her as be be
stowed upon ber all his worldly goods'
Some one in the cburcb was crying
softly-Iris Blethering, tbe bosom
friend. Husband Bobble was comfort comfortably
ably comfortably patting her band." There was a
general dabbing of handkerchiefs.
Bright eyed little old Grandma Moore
smiled and smiled through It all, a gay
little graudma. with as smart a gown
as any there. Ned's father, a strong
faced, handsome man, sat stolidly with
his arms folded and went over tbe
ceremony with his lips, word for word
Bouncer trotted down the, aisle, wag wagging
ging wagging bis tail, his blue ribbon torn and
the marks of tbe earth under the shed
upon his fluffy coat. V '.
Then tbe organ pealed again, and
beneath the vine swung portals which
June Moore bad entered on tbe arm of
her father; June Warner, on the arm of
her husband. now emerged iuto the
world of caroling birds aud gay nun nun-shine.
shine. nun-shine. And so they were married!
Then the bustle and confusion began
again- the mad scramble Into traveling
clothes and tbe going away amid show showers
ers showers of rice and the earnest godspeeding
of friends and the semihysteria of Iris
Blethering.-with ...Bouncer' barking his
indignant protest somewhere in the
.lust before June came downstairs in
ner trim little traveling suit of blue her
mother had slipped something into the
hand of the daughter, it was the
s. uihoi of every woman's tragedy, It
was a purse stuffed with, crackling
At last they were alone, launched
iilH)u the sea of life? They were in the
tiny drawing room with a white tooth tooth-til
til tooth-til porter stowing things into racks
and hanging things ou hooks and stick
ing flowers everywhere.
Ned had clased ber in .- his a rms
and md covered her blushing face
with kisses in that first realization, and
now she sat : by the window, her. head
pillowed contentedly uioh his shout
.ler. and outside the world they had
known up to this Nint in their lives
wan slipping past them A tiny ciu
dcr darted' into her eye. Her first
"intiii-t .wa to grab her liaudkerchiet
jftui the search for that resulted in a
little cry of dismay.
7 My purseT he gasjwd
"Too bad" Neds voice was foil of
sympathy Auythimr in it?'
"My money." she replied In concern
with all nt once a panlt- wprhiinnii into
"Is that Hii'v he iaiii.'hed "Weil, lit little
tle little vifV" and he :iui;iid anain at
h i ift blush -why atn rie-ic'r"
k;:w, Iim f.-uten-d. i-but" "She
stopped, contused, and cast down her
eyes at her interlacing fingers
He studied her a moment in per perplexity.
plexity. perplexity. "I'm just the same as your purse,
except that yon can't lose me." lie told
ter. dwelling-- with foud eyes upon her
long lashes, hersmooth, round cheeks,
tier red Hps. He reached into nis
pocket with bluff heartiness and pro
dnced a roll of bills just as the wrter
came in with two snowy pillows..
"Good work. George" approved Ned.
and. catching two ranging eyes fixed
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The Going Away Amid Showers ot Rico.
njMn the roil of bills he held In bis
hands. Ned stripped oft a dollar. "This
is my letter of introduction. he ob
served as lie passed it ovei.
Ned turnel to .luue. smiling, as the
lorter went out of the door and took
three bills from the inside ot tbe roll.
" think you'll feel ha ppiei carrying
'He stuff cd the bills into her. clasped
hands. "She tried to close her bands
against it with a suddeu instinct
which she could not fathom, tried to
draw-, away from the money, but his
fingers were the stronger, and. laugh laughing,
ing, laughing, he kissed her and straightened up
to put the balance of tbe money in bis
ptK'ket. She looked at the bills, while
a slow flush of crimson came up over
ber face. Why should this have em embarrassed
barrassed embarrassed and humiliated her It
seemed absurd, for this was a pajt of
. Ned sat beside her and put his arms
around her. and she held, up her lips to
be kissed. Suddenly she buried ber
head ou his shoulder and cried. Some Something
thing Something had been swept away from her.
something bad been broken. Tbe man
had given, and she had received.
and 2 smaller
for every boy
, CHAPTER II.
HEHE was a shadow on tbe
Palisades, the grayness of a
cloud which had not been there there-as
as there-as they had started .upon this
journey. Money -the woman's money, j
lt had been all right for June to coax
her mother and wheedle ber father,
but they were mummy nd daddy.
Yes. Ned would give ber all he could m
afford, but that was it be would give
it to her! She would be tbe recipient
of- his bounty, or. worse still, would be
paid for being his wife. She suddenly
arrived at the startling fact that tbls
was the status of every wife, it was
a most disuuietlng thought, destructive j
of self respect. It was unbearable.
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EW TO :iSTMRI AMRIA; ';EEEL!S POMS
.i. ,k0iiUi'fAr Vii Ewnlnff Star, and nav thre months in advance. (S1.25): brine the money. with their name ant
to' this office and you will get one of the beautiful Anna Belle Doll sets free.
Or, get some person not now a subscriber to the Weekly Star to pay you for a year's subscription in advance, (?1.50) and bring the nrr.e
and address with the money to this office and get one of the Anna Belle Doll sets free.
- tell your papa, mama, or some friend, who is now taking the Eveaing Star, to. let you have the money ($5.00) .and come to the
of o int for their subscripUon lor one year, ana we wiu give you one ox me uou ew xe.
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. TTT Manila vrtllP nAHA Ot mAltia IHflT be one of them) who are now talcing the Weekly Star, let them each pay you- for
year ($4.50 altogether) and bring or send the money and names to the Star office, get receipts for the subscriptions and one of the doll
been due to (he light shining in Her
Ned Warner felt the precious bead eJe5Jt DUt to the iurid name wblcb bad
sprung up lu ber mum. aua xuai uauiv
danced itself into the figures of weird
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Let mo send you FREE PERFUME
Vrito today for a tetiis bottle o(
ED. PIN AUD'S LILAC
The world's most famous perfume, every drop as sweet
p the living blossom. For handkerchief, atomizer and bath,
tine after shaving- AH the value is in the perfume-you don t
extra for a fancy bottle. The Quality is wonderful. The
rnce o liy 75c (6 oz.). Send 4c for the little IxrtUe-enou.'ih
Lr lJ tuxaikcrchiefs. Writs today.
p;jl7V::Sl:lZ ZD. PHUUD, Departraent M.
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ou .nis snouiuer oeeoiue ueuvjf. i wi
little girl: tjettius ready to be suar-
.ni was wearisome work. Well. little
wife.v's terrible tribulations, such as
fiKinitius from home and friends and
B..mier Hid iieiug made to jrive an ac ac-rouut
rouut ac-rouut of herself, were all over. Ned
braced himself against the arm of the
sent for tirteen minutes, while tbe tired
head drooped lower and tower. Poor
little Vprlrl Het neck would be stift
from that strained position, tie moved
ever so gentry, but the gentleness was
an miueeessnrv precaution. Wheu be
whift Hi-r Kiif siht into his arms
.without a flicker of her eyelids and lay
there "' sleeping like a baby, her long
isishes curving on hei cheeks, her red
lips halt purtid Ned Warner was
amazed at his wouderful luck. AVho
was he to deserve such a peerless crea
ture as tni.
lie lifted June's feet into the other
end ot the seat. She gave herseir one
pretty shrm:. whi-u settled her into
the' graceful' Hues -of ieifect rest, put
a piuk palm under her round cheek
and slept straight on. Ned covered her
with i eloak. Kissed her cautiously ou
the outermost surface ot her cheek
and strode out to the smoker.
Lie was back lu live minutes 'to see
how she was testing. The pretty little
bride had uot the rosy flush ot sleep
-which he had ejectevl tu see. Her
faee. had the. pa dor of weariness, ana
her beautifully eurved brows were
knotted as if iu distress. lie thought
that the light lu her eyes disturbed
her aud drew down cue of the biiuds.
That troubled Kuitting of June War War-ues'a
ues'a War-ues'a beautifully arched brows had not
dreams. She sjiw Ned tipping the
white toothed porter: then she ""saw
Ned. with equally hearty generosity,
irivinc her three bills. The difference
Ah. the tantalizing fragrance of fresh
cookies: She was iu her mother's
kitchen, and old Aunt Debby. black as
midnight, aud round as a barrel, was
drawing a pan of the delicious cakes
from the hot v eu.
Wou! rtul kies. those! Jane was
Jnt rea mug tor one wheu. mucb to
her ui-apiointmeut. ihey were not
there. The ramiliar old kitchen was
not there. Why. this was the kitchen
of tbe new apartments, the nest which
was waiting for Ned and herself after
tbe honeymoon! Juue was in a big
white and 'blue dotted aprou. strug
giing in the baffling art of making
cookies. Some one came In. Ned his
eyes shining as iue iragmui nc
were drawn from the oven! Jane
turned them over on a white cwin.
Ned burned his ringers on one of tbe
cookies, and be burned bis tongue,
but he was highly pleased with tbe
taste, and he gave June some money.
De patted ber on the shoulder. Again
he saw her mother pajmg Aunt Deb Debby
by Debby aud patting that valuable cook ap ap-proviugly
proviugly ap-proviugly on the shoulder.
In her dream Jnne saw Ned's office,
a stiff, prim place, as stolid as tbe
elder Warner. there was a uk-e look
ing stenographer, quite obviously great
friends with a nice looking young set
retary. aud there was a nice looking
office bor. it was evidently Saturdat
night, for .Ved presently re frui tu
desk and walked over to the nh-e ik
Ing steinnrrnpherr He usinled her tbe
envelope entttjiiiir bet ity. and thei
exchangetl n trauk smile atMl n lew
pleasant words. Pretty good pay the
stenograpnet reielved. She earned U
Ned banded the ui-e kMikiug e retary
an euveioe. They exchaiujed a few
pleasant wonts and a frank smile. Ned
handed ite iiireT wking fn'e tMy an
enveiope and wuirhlngly iueezei tbe
boy's chin aud rutupled his hair. The
boy grinned dedghtedly aud. opped
tbe euvetfp into his inside M-ket.
Tbeu -ve wuikeil over to June and
banded tr m enreMie It wa larger
than the other. He twed to her
very -urteMiiy an ne preented it.
He HMke.a tew ptensant wonts, bat
did not smiie tntukly. and he cast
down tie eye There eemed to be a
distim-t otMlerstaiKiliig that be bad
not eMrrel imt etveue.
A hhh "tillering okl woman sat
buddteil in a dorway. Ned stotfped.
looked at the o.d wwmau a moment
aw) tbeti walked tos to Imt and
batMletl Uet a otu. He was very mag
nitWni -alH,t it iu ptte of bis com
passion He tradeisl bU ebest with
the exhbarHth.ti t the good deed: then
be Mmiled ij u at hi wife most gcti
erousi. -.. bis wife. fir t lie old ttu
man was Koe. anu -iune. in uunn
furs, but noddled. wu? to the door
way. it a. he t iim be baa
A wau aud iat!ml. pinbt-d auti
hungry looking little ihv stood mutely
beside tbvni. oiteou anneal in bin m
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF,
Mdi) id m
Restaurant with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath 51.00 -Running
Water in Every Room in the Houbc
KM3C11UC ELBVATOII SRRVICK JMIOXIM IN ALL IlfMiMH
The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF
Continued on Fourth Pass)
Tbe Management ol DH. McCLA LTE
.medical. Suroical, Eydropalfilc
22nd Electric Institute
Announces the moving 01 the', Institute
oflBcesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and -Troxler's stands.
Lar-per Quarters, More Fully Equipped aud will be Ilia
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
ClOURSt 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PfSpf
OCALA EVENING STAR FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1915
We wish to announce to the public of Cen Central
tral Central Florida that our large and up-to-date Bottling
Plant is now open, ready for inspection and visi visitors
tors visitors are welcome.
We are Bottling, for the i trade only, our fa famous
mous famous Georgia drink,
W m m m
the drink that is famous for its purity, that satis satisfies
fies satisfies the thirsty, refreshes the weary; pleases the
most fastidious taste. Every dealer in reach of
Ocala should have our CHERO-COLA on sale.g
We are also bottling a full line of carbonated
Our plant is two blocks south of the square, on
CHERO-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Phone 521 -:- Ocala, Fla.
lit. Rev. Abbott Charles, Pres.
Five Miles West of Dad City and One Mile East of San Antonio
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
S225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
C. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TiqKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 6,191 4
SAINT LEO, Pasco
T raisfar. m Stoirsf s
Teams For Rent Light
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
COLLIER BEOS., Proprietors.
JACKS O N VILLE
Baltimore TO-Baltimore . .
. . $20.00
. . 20.00
Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on steamer.
Baltimore, Wednesday and Saturday, for Philadelphia Thursday and Sun-Xthe lodge -and club hous on
day. For tickets and other information, call on or address jnolia street, near postoflioo.
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANSPORTATION CO."
I iiTUsL -Mis : ii JU j
-, -- mm .ll..,,l.l1 n,
Father Benedict, Director.
and Heavy Hauling
Superior to Plaster
- or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
TO v B ALTIMOR E
Sailings "for S
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rurneu eyy. '"'"'J uetu out nis ciawiiKf
little palm. Ned. In-aming with kiudlv
good will. pi;iftd a coin in the out
stretched p:iiiu and Hit bis hand iu
benediction on tiie bead of June, for it
was she. aud not the wan little Ikjv.
who stood there plteously bem.
What wonderful scene was tbi;
bleak, wild country with huge, strange
birds tiyiiis over it and no human bat I
ltatiou in sight. There were human
tpni frit fijtf rttitrli t w t sf tlmni o I i
V. IU1 V-TTf tiiU 1 1 mm, 14, H? V VA LUC IXS Ct KJlfmy
j ponderous jawed savage with matted
i hair, who carried an enormous club
I over one shoulder. Behind him trudg
ed a. smaller figure, a woman, with
matted hair banging to her waist. In
her nose was a ring, and to this rlnu
was attached a leather thong, the oth
er end of which was in the mans
hand. He was taking Home his bride.
Music, the wedding march, the little
gray, ivy hung vhapel at Brynport
Was that Ned coming down the aisle?
Was that June just behind him? Was
there a leather thong in Ned's band
Oh! Was the other end .of that
was a sudden jolt and screech
ing noise, a rattle and a bang and the
sound of hissing steam. June Warner
jumped wildly to her feet and gazed
around the little compartment. There
were the flowers, the loxes of candy.
i the scattered- rice: Comprehension
came to ber slowly, for she was still
half in her dream. The train had
stopped. She snatched up her cloak.
Jumped up on the -seat and brought
down the paper bag which contained
her prim little traveling hat: then she
jerked open the door. In the opening
she stopped with a sudden Hash of
memory. Ned s money, the first of his
generous bounty, the first of her pay
for being Ned's wife! She Jerked It
from her belt, threw the three bills on
the seat, ran down the steps, jumped
to the ground and sped across the
tracks to the opposite- platform. She
had no idea of where she was going,
but any where would do.
As the train started to poll out she
had a mad impulse to run after it to
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
MARIOX-DUNX MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge Tco. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening" of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further -notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
j meetb at Yonge' hal! the second and
1 fourth Thursday evenings of each
I month at 7 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M:
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
ocala lodge ko. sso, b. p. 6. e.
I Ocala Lodge No. 285, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
jthe second and fourth "Buesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth breth-jren
jren breth-jren always welcome. Cluh house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Willi ms, E. R.
I ; L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
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LOYAL OR PER OF MOUSE
Ocala Lodge No: 6y, L. O; M.
meets eterv Thursday at 8:30 n. u.
Visiting -brethern always welcome o
D. Rooney, Dictator.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F
! meets in Yonge's IJall every Tuesday
jevening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel wel-'Come
'Come wel-'Come always extended to visitin?
! brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
. W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
I CONCORDIA LODGE F. 17. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
jof America, meets in Yonge's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month; Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
j Chas. K; Sage, Secretary, Ad Ad-i
! WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fct King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 7:30 p. m every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
j Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
I held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
j Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
'drugstore. A cordial, welcome to vis vis-s
s vis-s iting brothers.
! Charles Goddard, C. C,
j Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the
fourth Fridav in every month at
7:30 p. m. ... H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brojvn, Secretary.
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
have it stopped, to rail Nt-d. but there
was no movement in her.
Across the tracks in front of the sta station
tion station a man. tall, splendidly groomed,
black Vandyked. -rood j watching her
KU WARNKIi. as the train pull pulled
ed pulled out from th:it momentou
station, was in the wab rim
of the smoker, with a iiias-
aut Mnile on his ajs. making the moi
j eiauorcue lonei o: Ills esitenc. lie
! was to have the honor of dining alone
for the first time with bis b irrnini.'
Thoroughly to'uij ia enr. be strolled
back through ibe -ar to Mwnkeu ttu:
sweetest irirl in the wt.ild.
"June."' be called nnd turned to bend
over her seat
She was not there! tie hurried out
to the vestibule. Not there' And n w
for the first time be saw the three ten
' dollar bills on the seat. One of tJioin
was sJigbtly torn: all of tbem wen-crumpled.-
Frantically he rans the bell: then be
rushed out to meet the white tothei
porter on the way.
"Where's my wife?" be demanded.
The jorter"s eyes widened until they
made bis teeth look gray.
"'Deed 1 dou't know. Ik)ss! he re
plied, as scared by contagion a!on? as
if he had been accused of throw inn
the pretty little bride out of the win window.
dow. window. -"Honest to the Lord. 1 don't
The delirious search began from that
instant, in about two minutes the con conductor,
ductor, conductor, the brakenieu. all the jKuter-;
and half the passengers were seaivbinir
Ned. In his most lively vision of all.
saw her dropping ofT the train, crushed
and mangled beyond all recouiti u
So vision, however, portrayed to nitn
his bride slowly crossing the tracks to toward
ward toward the black Xaudyked man! As
she approached the man gave her a
sharp scrutiny, smiled and strolled
across the station platform to the bul bulletin
letin bulletin board. New York local was due
at 4:10. An express was due at 4:JO.
June Warner was Helpless and be bewildered.
wildered. bewildered. She had no money, no
friends. She could not even telegraph.
Why had she done this foolish thlug?
Her dream! She saw. herself again
standing in the posture of a piteous
beggar and acceptfug Ned's gifts. She
saw Ned tippiug the white toothed por porter
ter porter a dollar aud then, with the same
jovial generosity,, handing her thirty.
The touch of that mouey still burned
her fingers! Foolish as her revulsion
mignt be, it was keen aqd real never never-theless.
theless. never-theless. and until she had thrashed
out this questiou with the woman
which had suddenly grown up in her
she could not make of her marriage
with Ned the sacred relationship which
she had held as her ideal. The black
Vandyked man passed quite near "her.
gazing at her with a smile. She walk walked
ed walked around him.
Where should she' go? Home? She
could see her father and mother plying
her with "question upon question, driv driving
ing driving her to tears with their worried in insistence
sistence insistence and their utter lack of under understanding.
standing. understanding. If noL borne where then? As If from
the setting sun the answer came to
her just New York. So big and so
Inteut upon itself that friends may
dwell around the corner for years and
Ned at that moment was extracting
slow information from a half deaf and
She Jumped to the Ground.
totally dumb old woman with a cross
grained disposition. Yes. she had seen
a young woman get oft the train at a
station back there. She didn't know if
the station was Karnrlile or not. but
the girl had rice In the brim ot her hat.
June Warner, alone on the station
platform, had grappled meantime with
the first problem of her Independence.
That problem had to do with the
means of getting to New York, and it
was concretely expressed in her beau beautiful
tiful beautiful little gold watch.
In the meantime Ned's train bad
drawn up at the next stop, and he had
the station master in rarnville In a
minute and was inquiring for a lonely
"Why. yes." busCIly shouted the sta station
tion station master at Farnville. a young per person
son person of that description has been loat loat-Insr
Insr loat-Insr around here on the platform, aud
she's just getting on the down local."
reported the station master. "She's
with a tall fellow with pointed black
whiskers. He's helping ner on the
A black Vandyked stranger! Ned
almost reeled. So that was why she
"had left the train!
"Stop them!" he yelled. But the
Don't Fail to go to the
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and see the pictures of the First Episode of
Station masters an
A train thundered In a dowu train.
Ned looked at the bulletin board. The
New York express. It urirvd in Ntsv
York at the same tfine as the local.
The first passenger to boara that train
was a perspiring faced vouug man.
swinging four pieces of white ribboned
Jane, pitying but little attention to
the man who had helptrd her. turned
nervously Into the car. a day coach,
and viewed the interior witp despair.
In that coach there were only two pas passengers,
sengers, passengers, a man and a woman, sitting
"Would you like to buy a watch?"
invited June in her smallest voice as
she confronted the rigid woman and
held out her merchandise.
"No." returned the woman without
moving a muscle. Only her feather
The Man Gave Her a Sharp Scrutiny.
wabbled. The man cast at the mer merchandise
chandise merchandise a look of contempt.
"It's a very nice watch." urged June.
"It's a solid gold case and 1 don't know
how many jewels. 1 only need money
enough to get to New York and hire
taxi. Then 1 must find some work."
The black Vandyke man's' eyes light
ed. "I don't want It," observed the wo woman,
man, woman, looking straight ahead, while the
man's glance of contempt strayed from,
the merchandise to the vender.
"Very well," nodded June, and a
grain of rice fell from the brim of her
little blue hat and bounced in the rigid
The woman turned sharply; then she
half rose and looked at the top of the
hat. There was more rice on It!
"Let me see that watch." she said
icily. One lid-contained a picture of
June and her dog. aud the other the
date of the gift and her name and ad address.
dress. address. "How muc,h do yon need for this?l
"She wants about $10, ma'am?' This
was from the pale faced conductor,
who was so broad and stuffy that be
was an offense in narrow aisles, but
his eyes were full of twinkles.
The rigid lady snapped the watch
shut and turned to her husband
"Dan.V It did not seem possible that
her voice could itake on a wheedling
tone, bur it did. "I want $10."
The man turned to her with cold dis disdain.
dain. disdain. He produced $10 from a tight
bound wallet, and Instantly Into June's
mind there flashed that picture of her
standing before Ned a piteous beggar!
The runaway bride took, a seat by
herself and was presently given the
discomfort of knowing that the man
was grumbling at the woman inces incessantly
santly incessantly for haying bought the watch.
The black Vandyked man went over
to them, and she saw him pay some
money, and then he came back to June
with the watch in his band.
hf "Of course you won't permit me to
present you with this?" he pleasantly
observed. "If you care to send for.it
later, however. I will be very glad In Indeed
deed Indeed to give you my card."
"Thank you." she accepted, and, tak taking
ing taking the card, put it in her belt. "You
are very kind."
It was not .until they were neartng
the station in New York that he spoke
to her again.
"Pardon me." he paid, bending over
her. "If I can be of any service to
yon on your arrival I shall be very
"There Is nothing, thank you." she
replied, smiling up at him. "Yon are
At that particular .moment the New
Y'ork express overtook the local and
slowly forged ahead, and Ned Warner,
peering feverishly into every pacing
window, say the suave, black Van
dyked stranger bending gracefully
over his wife, and June was smiling
up at him. Then Ned, against his will.
The express, however, was delayed
a moment, and the local pulled In
ahead of It. Ned was the first passen
ger out of the express, and he landed
on the platform just In time to see
the Vandyked man and June -going
through the irate side by side. Ned
rushed after them, but It was not on
tit he reached the Vanderbllt avenue
stairway that be saw them a pain. June
w.is dartingthrough the door and Just
iK-iiiii I iifr was the man. He was
tmilimr. With a rush Ned rounded
n. balustrade and went up three steps
it a spring. He arrived only hi time
jit June speeding away in a taxi-
tb and to see the black Vandyked
in mi stiirtinz after her In another, tie
inniiM-d into a third one and shouted.
Hold on there!" gasped a breathless
v. !-, and a pa ntinx porter piled Ned's
Mrhite lihltcned Inciraze on top of him
Awiv through the tangled traffic.
ri Forty-fourth street and np Fifth
:t ( u- i nned the three taxis at breuk-
n" U ffd
phone was dead.
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Now is the Time to Get Rid of These
Do you know how easy it is to re remove
move remove those ugly spots so that no one
will call you freckle-face?
Simply get an ounce of othine
double strength, from your druggist.
ana a iew applications snouid show
you how easy it is to rid yourself of
freckles and get a beautiful complex complexion.
ion. complexion. The sun and wind3 of February
and March have a strong tendency to
bring out freckles, and as a result
more othine is sold in these m'onths
Be sure to ask for the double strength
othine, as this is sold under guarantee
of money back if it fails to remove
BUSINESS FOR SALE
A splendid mercantile business, in-
I eluding groceries, furniture, dry goods, J
etc., in large country xown, wun nne :
surrounding territory, for sale at a
bargain. Will invoice about $5,000,
v.,,- u a :c .1
want to invest that much. Did $23,
uuv Dusmess iasi year, owner s j
health is failing and must get out. If t
interested, call on or write the Ocala
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Without health, genuine joy is im-j
posible; without good digestion andj
regular bowel movement you cannot!
have health. -Why neglect keeping j
bowels open and risk being sick and
ailing ?V You don't have to. Take one;
small Dr. King's New Life Pill at i
night, in the morning you will have a I
full, free bowel movement and feel
much better. Helps your appetite j
and digestion. Try one tonight. MonJ
Tues, Fri. wkl.
. I. Lone, 31. D., Tnyslcian and ;
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Kar, Nose
and Throat, law Library Building,
All varieties of seed corn; also mil
let and sorghum, now in and for sale I
by the Ocala Sed Store. 5-tf. i
who owns the dwelling the
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and the
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the beginning of civilization
the earth, nomadic tribes camped
homes and trading places were
individuals to dispute orer the
floridu title and abstract corporation
Account of Meeting of
Tickets on Sale MARCH 23rd, 24th"
RATES FROM OCALA to MIAMI
'VIA PALATKA and RETURN $10.85
VIA SANFORD and RETURN S10.i.
For tickets and information call on Atlantic C :ne Tickr c Aer.t,
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A..
Jacksonville, Fla. lampa, I
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IS WEARING DIAMONDS APPROACHES ANOTHER HE GETS ATTEN ATTENTION
TION ATTENTION BECAUSE HE LOOKS PROSPEROUS, THIS PAYS. THE MOST
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OR MOTHER IS A DIAMOND. THE LUSTROUS GLITTER OF THESE
PRECIOUS STONES MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE. DELIGHTS THE
BEHOLDER AND THE WEARER.
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
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OCALA'S RELIABLE JEWELER
CHOICE OF 5 TOURIST TRAINS
NORTH and NORTHWEST
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P. O. Box 472
This is -indeed the central point of
human wisdom to act as though each
deed must bear wondrous, everlasting
fruit, and y-t to reali?e the insignifi-"
car.ee of a just action before the uni uni-vpr?f
vpr?f uni-vpr?f -Matter! ir.ck.
TVi T.if1 T r or! Vnreo cove Clot
your Easter egg "dyes at the Anti-
; Monopoly Drug Store, 5 cents per
. package. 24-9t
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f
(If .you have any item3 for this
Mrs. Taylor Entertained the Auction
This afternoon Mrs. James Taylor
charmingly entertained the members
of the young ladies' auction club at
their weekly meeting. Her attractive
home on E. Fort King avenue was
aglow with springtime decorations
and the afternoon proved to be one,
of unusual pleasure for the guests,;
1 1 V : nnI-r,nt i -i o.lrli
several lrieiiua ucmg ihcsciu
tion to the club members
m iu tue c.uu ;
Alter tne games a xempt.ng iunc
of chicken, salad, sandwiches, orange i
ice and coffee was serveu. me prizes
for top scores were boxes of dainty
handkerchiefs in colors. (
Present to en iov the afternoon with
Mrs. Taylor were Misses Hope Robin- j
son. Mary Burford, Minnie Stovall,;at
JBettie Mclver, 'Eugenia Fuller, Alice inspiration yesterday for the assem assem-Bullock,
Bullock, assem-Bullock, Mamie Taylor, Annie Atkin- 1 bling of nearly forty members and
son, Mrs. J. II. Walters, Mrs. R. C. j friends at the club house. Among
Camp, Mrs. II. C. Dozier, Mrs. E. J.i those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Mills-Price and Mrs. R. L. Anderson, j Charles Rheinauer and Mrs. E. L.
Art Program at Woman's Club
After a short business session to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
Woman's Club, the following splen splendid
did splendid program, arranged by Miss Byrd
Wartmann, chairman of artj will be
Music, "Minuet in G" (Beethoven)
Miss Willie Mae Lang.
Round table, "Pictures Which Have
Influenced Me" In charge of Mrs. G.
Music, "A Hieland- Laddie" Miss
"J. Pierpont Morgan's Gift to the
Metropolitan Museum of Art" Miss
Talk, "Italian Art" Mrs. D. M.
Following the program there will
be a, social half hour with Mrs. J. D.
Rooney and Mrs. M. A. TenEyck as
Commencement May 31
The annual commencement exer-
cises of the Ocala public school will be
held Monday, May 31st, at the Temple!
theater. Those receiving diplomas will
be Misses Ruby Cappleman, Olivia
TofTaletti, Nan Brooks, Susie
Ervin, Margaret Jackson, Dorothy
Schreiber, Vivienne Eycleshimer, and
Messrs. Welsh Dewey, John Batts,
Sam Burford and Alfred MacKay.
The graduates have been assigned
their commencement pieces and are
now' busy preparing them. Contrary
to custom the exercises will be divid divided,
ed, divided, part being held in the afternoon
and the rest in the evening. Miss
Jackson has been elected president of
Mrs. Mason Tison is suffering from
a sprained ankle at her home north of
Mrs. James Elmore Johnson has
returned from a week's visit to her
sister, Mrs. Robert Sales, in Tampa.
Mrs. W. F. Yocum of Tallahassee
is the guest for several weeks of her
daughter, Mrs. W. T. Gary and fam family.
Mrs. L. F. Blalock and two children
and mother, Mrs. Richardson have
been confined to their rooms with grip
for the past few days. They are much
The Methodist sewing circle will
hold its Easter bazaar Thursday,
April 1st, on the Ocala House porch.
Fancy work iand home made candies
will be sold.
Mrs. C. R. Tydings and Miss Annie
Davis spent today at Lake Weir
superintending some work being done
on their places. They were accom
panied by Mrs. J. C. Jackson and Miss (
Mr. Louis Walker and Miss Lucile
Brown of Belleview were married last
night at 11:30 olock at the home
of Judge W. Ejsmith, Judge Smith
performing the Jceremony. Mr. and
Mrs. Walker returned to Belleview to today,
day, today, where they will make their home.
TT I If T1. T-,.r
iiiiu lauiiac xui ice,
Miss Ethel Borland of Citra, Miss
Edna Borland of FortMyers and Mr.
Hugh Kneisler of Woodstock, Vt
composed a motoring party spending
today at Camprdam on the Withla Withla-coochee.
coochee. Withla-coochee. They passed through Ocala
shortly after 8 o'clock.
Mrs. C. H. I4oyd left this afternoon
for Chicago .to visit her sister, Mrs.
Louis Shephard until May. She was
accompanied by Mrs. Shephard's son,
Master Harris Powers, who has been
spending the winter with his grand grandparents,
parents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harris.
Bishop Cameron Mann of the dio
cese of Southern Florida of the Epic
copal church, will arrive tomorrow
and will be a guest of Rev. and Mrs.
J. G. Glass at .the rectory until Mon Monday.
day. Monday. He will preach and confirm a
class at Grace church, Sunday at 11
Misses Lois and Delia Livingston,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Liv-
ingston, who are spending the winter
in Aiken, S. C, with their uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kitchings,
were in an automobile accident a few
days ago and Miss Lois barely escap-
department, call 'phone 10")
fatally injured. They .were
with their uncle and aunt
nnH th rhr.MfTrnr in crossing :i at root
car ii a
ck at a corner where a view of
the track wa
t artlally hidden on ac-
count of trees, not seeing an ap-
preaching car. collided with it, throw- try rr.ost needs is the courage to buy:
Lng Miss Livingston out and painfully I to keeP mcneJ in circulation, yet on on-bruisine
bruisine on-bruisine the other occupants of theiy the othcr da' an eminent English
car. The automobile was almost a j
complete wreck. The latest news j
the injured is most favorable.
Friends of the Livingston family will
learn with ct of U e accident, butjtion tha
Mn -ho cinP timp wiP -ourr-P thnt it
a. ..it same time xwL .cjo.ee that
iwas no worse.
, lea at tne xacnt Club i
The weekly Thursday afternoon teaj.j
tne iaKe weir lacnt ciuo was
! Carney, who motored down early in ;
The host and hostess were Mr .r.nd
Mrs. Sherman rani in pouring and
serving tea and cakes they were as-1
sisted by the latter's mother, Mrs.
Pence. The game of 500 was played
at six tables and during the games
those not caring to play sewed and
chatted. Lr.ter all of the guests
i grouped themselves lor. several pic
tures which were taken by Miss Mary
Parcel Post Sale
March 20th, a parcel post
sale will be held at the skating rink
under the auspices of the W. C. T. U..
beginning at (5 o'clock. In connection
with the sale an old fashion straw
berry 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-
! tide of that value. The public is cor
dially invited to attend.
(Concluded on Sixth Page)
AN IRISH EVENING
. The following program will be giv given
en given this evening under the auspices of
the Ocala Epworth League, at the
residence of Prof, and Mrs. Geo. C.
Looney, from 8 to 10 o'clock. All
friends of the katae are cordially in invited.
vited. invited. Scripture lesson. Psalm 07.
Prayer, by President O. C. Tigner.
Hymn (Thomas Moore) by the
Paper, "St. Patrick's Mission"
Miss Ada Colby.
Instrumental selection, "Bohemian
Girl" Miss'Marie Burnett.
Reading, "The Blarney" Miss Dix Dix-onia
onia Dix-onia Roberts.
, Vocal solo, "Little Irish Rose"
Irish wit, by leaguers.
Reading, "Kitty of Coleraine"
Miss Inez Sandifer.
Instrumental solo, by Miss Erin
Oration, "Patriot's Last Lament"
Extracts from Oliver Goldsmith
by Miss Sallie Byrd Young
Piano and violin selection by Miss
Connor and Burnett.
BISHOP MANN WILL
. BE IN OCALA SUNDAY
Rt. Rev. Cameron Mann, bishop of
Southern Florida, will pay his regular
visitation to Grace Episcopal church church-in
in church-in this city Sunday, and will adminis administer
ter administer the rite of confirmation at the 11
A large shipment of Norris Candies
just received at the Court Pharmacy.
None better made. 19-tf
1 Arc oming!
; We wish to notify the public
that all boxes, cases, tubs and
mottles, branded Marlon Bottl Bottl-nr
nr Bottl-nr & Jc-1 Cream Company or the
M B. I. C. CO., are proper property
ty property of the undersigned company
d.r.d all unauthorized firms, cor corporations
porations corporations or individuals, remov removing,
ing, removing, mutilating or destroying
the above property are violat violating
ing violating the laws of Florida.
The above brands will be reg registered
istered registered with the clerk of Marion
County in accordance- with the
laws of the state of Florida.
Marion Bottling &
Ice Cream Co. y
Ocala, Florida . PHONE 525
MRS. L. H. VOX EXGELKE.X
Editor for March
Another Timely Suggestion
How curiously unthinking we all
an apt to be when our, sympathies
At the moment we are
lacinjr commercial oepression
i r .
threatening aspect anu eacn oi uS
should do his little part toward up-
woman, visiting our shares, wondered
bmv wo could think of clothes when
Europe is gowned in gingham and the
w someirin- ot xne sugges-,
sat a similar costume was to be
commended for us as well as for them.
attitud- is e-v to under-
eiiiy, h.r attitaj ey to unuer
stand. One and all, our hearts are
torn our emotions aroused. To eschew,
, ... , i
the vanities seems only the natural
torn our emotions aroused. To eschew
,-nniti SPpms onlv thp nntnr.il
- fc t van;ties mean a cirCu-'
u i i
maynap will prove just the open se-
same that the situation needs. We
must th-nlr of rlnthP; nnd tho nthpr
externals of life. Y, e must go on in
the way best calculated to keep woik-
er emnlovcd, dealers selling. To shut
Ives away, to refuse to buv. to
robe, is not to do the biggest work,
not to sound the highest note. It is
depression that we must avoid; it is
stimulus that we must seek. To weep
behind drawn curtains b-sspeaks senti- the F. C. Buffum grove, of which he
mentality, not sentiment. It is a time hs charge.
to be up and doing, and clothes play Miss Effi ar.Hoos f. xf,ord
. V at u was a niest of Miss Coggins last
an important part. Merchants are-weej:
well stocked. They employ both men Messrs. C. J. McCraney and Wr. T.
and women by the score. To refuse to Candy", from across the river, took
buy is to make business stagnate, to traiTn from lIer(Lfor 9,cala TueSa,V-
, .. Messrs. J. Council and William
throw more workers out upon the preston sere in Ocala Tuesday, also
world. While each one of us is but Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wilson and guest
and atom compared with the .whole -diss Harris.
mass, many atoms make that mass, ,.Mcrf: C. ; and M. E. Albert son
, u i ti Mrs. G. Albertson, Miss Minnie and
and if each single part is well done Miss Elizabeth Chase went to Ocala
the whole will be a success. Saturday. They returned by auto
Buy? Of course, buy. Let monev that evening.
circulate. Create demand. Stimu- Mr. Leon Simpson killed a ten-foot
. . .... ,, six-inch gator in Hammock Pond
late manufacture. When all these c.ast of town last Saturday, and had
things are done, hard times will dis- same here on exhibition for the
appear, the list of the unemployed amusement of all that evening.
will be curtailed, hunger will cease to r.1Ml"- JuTdd O. Lloyd, president of the
, Plorida Land Owners Association of
be' Fruitland P.ark, had quite a few pro pro-It
It pro-It is not selfish to spend; it is sel- spective land buyers up here Friday,
fish to hoard. Only bv putting all the showing them our groves and beauty
shoulders to the wheel can the great s5 the south side of the lake.
, , Mr. S. S. Knight went to Ocala on
vehicle of public confidence be moved. ; business Saturday.
The woman who remembers that and Mr. and Mrs. C. Joe Rast of Lees Lees-buys
buys Lees-buys as far as she is able, is the wo- ;bursf vere here visiting his brother
-an of broad mind, of patriotic zeal. and family, Thursday.
. A. Messrs. E. B. Lvtle of Stanton and
It is the narrow view that does harm, N G. Long of Simm's plantation
the narrowr view that helps to spread
the shadow that has extended even Mr. II.. Kimball went to Gainesville
over into our own land. That we Wednesday and returned Friday
, , J. Connell was in Eastlake rnday.
mu?t give time and thought to the Mr. w. Miller Jones, owner of
suffering thousands is so true that i property on the lake, was here Wed Wed-scarcely
scarcely Wed-scarcely calls for statement, but be-' nesday and made a sale of property
cause of that truth we must not shut to Mr- W- Bickley.. Mr Bickley
. , now owns the land east of the E
our eyes to other needs. If we dance Schhitzler grove and south of where
and entertain, we employ others and Mr. Duval lives.
"mplovment is the one great need.
employment is the one great need.
Wli,e eXtravaRancc is never wise and:
while -each one of us must be the
judge of how far she can go, the spir-
it of rational spending is the spirit
uro noo,! t ?- e
we neeci. it is the spirit ot generosi--
. if v
ty and the real response to hz call.
New York Sun.
Judge Turnipseed. One of Mcintosh's
Esteemed Citizens, is Dead
rteof oldest and rn
esteemed citizerryfn the
passed awav on tne 21st inst
ClifSr u Coughs and colds are the most com com-(r71urnipseed.
(r71urnipseed. com-(r71urnipseed. who ;,nr, f tua ,,v. oi!mOR ori -o
l", iurnip- A child is much more likely to con-
eed had been a semi-invalid for two : t t d5phtheria or scaHet f e .er when
vears, suffering from paralysis and ; it h w If wm ire t
VohUQler I16'38 nV?f the merits of the various remedies
tf hJi .T o 6 Tfi1 that are recommended for coughs and
Tntosh about ,18 years ago. He was w m f d th t Chambrlains
JwVn &hLTo S,fte" T Cough'Rcmery stands high in the es es-tlnl
tlnl es-tlnl A ,loy.K n;mbency he ex- timjfti f wh it Tfc
edited the duties of his resoonsible i ff ,r i
- 5 prompt ana errectual. pleasant and
office with rare wisdom, just ce trnd t k h ; Ar.": Tn"
impartiality. He is survived by five ;.ainJ(l: !' )Jl- ,a,re i clua,lties ,e.sPe ,e.sPe-children,
children, ,e.sPe-children, his youngest son, J. C Tur- ff Lil05, r? mJlc,"e
nipseed, being a merchant of this.
place. Judge Turnipseed was a de
voted, consistent member of the
Presbyterian church, where the fun funeral
eral funeral services were conducted bv the
pastor, Rev. William Schmidt. Inter Interment
ment Interment in the Mcintosh cemetery.
Miss Martha Baker of Nicholas
ville, Ky., the pleasant guest of her 10th, 1'Jlo, an open competitive exam exam-cousin,
cousin, exam-cousin, Mrs. W. R. Dedman the past ination will be held for the positions
three weeks, loft for home Monday 0f cier and city can.jer in the Ocala
evening, via tne Oklawaha river to -Jacksonville.
She was accompanied t,ost omcc-
by her brother. Mr. Henry Baker, who Applicants must have reached their
visited many points of interest in the 18th, but not their 4Dth, birthday on
state. - iyi0 date of examination. The age
Mrs. tj. i. Last, who has spent tne
winter with Mrs. v.y D. Dedman,
leaves for her hen a?, C-ecnville, Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, the last of the week.
A wish ciiojri:
Ooaki Hftel Mart Troves He laile
A hotel man is more sub jeer to the
recornuien lations of his patrons than
almost anv other business nun. but
i'liis wjien sun en ii. iro.u r.uaev
rouble. To prove that he ir.aie no
sign e l n
peri en ee.
S-iaw, prop.. Palmetto Ho Ho-Magnolia
Magnolia Ho-Magnolia St.,- Oala, savs:
ki.lneys have long been my one
spot and whenever i cn fight
or over worked it raa Je me
Besides I had dull ache
in my back and I di In't seem.-to
iz ? have any ambition to Uo ray worx.
t!Tlie kidney secretions were alsa un un-5
5 un-5 1 natural. Dean's Kidney Pills have
jji always put me In good .-:haie after
u.-e and I always recommend
er the o::;ur;nr.itv oc-
Price 30c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Dean's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. .Shaw had. Foster-MIlburn
Co.. Prop.. Buffalo. X. V. Adv12
All varieties of seed corn; also rml-
let and sorghum, now in and for sale
tmf.ib" the ca?a Seed Store. 5-ti
Weirsdale, March 25. Mrs. D. H.
Mathews and little daughter of Sparr.
was recently here visiting her sister'
Mrs. A. M. 'Reed.
Mr. M. Haughton of Ocala called
on our merchants Thursday in behalf
of the Baker Holmes Co. Mr. H. has
represented this company for several
Mr. E. X. DeLong cf Candler was in
tov.-n on business 'Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bicker, who have been
guests at Hotel Lakeside for some
timrVieft for other points of interest
in Florida Thursday.
Mr. W. J. I .swis, our hotel pro proprietor,
prietor, proprietor, was in Leesburg Tuesday
having his auto overhauled.
Mr. and Mrs. Y. II. Bickley autoed i
to Leesburg early I- nday morning
carrying with them Dr. and Mrs. K. A.
Xorris and her mother, Mrs. Sayre
-vho were leaving for a tour of the
tate alter enjoying a lew weeks on
ho hotej. Dr. ard :,Irs. xorris and Mr.
md Mrs.,P. II. Poste. all of Columbus
pv', occupied one of the W. II. Bick-
cottages. Mr. and Mrs. Poste also
thdr dsDarture at noon Fr;day
Mr. E D. Koberts, who had been at
the hotel several weeks, left for Belle-i
p-ie r nday.
the hotel several weeks, left for Belle-
,Irs- E W- Swan, M. D., of Co- j
r.ant, v.-as here I-nday morning, mak-
Mrs. J. A. Musser and children of
Conant. were here shopping Friday.
V; 2. Mershon, our real estate
mnn r.f Stnntr.n h n A -i c "ViJo C ,. J
CUGst Mn j, f Kalamazoo. Mir,
who is a partner in business with Mr.
r" mr trauea in ucaia
ti t n,nA-,n :u
operator, passed through here Satur-
ay to ms mill at hcuth Lake Weir
from his home in Ocala.
Mr. E. B. Lytle of Stanton is shin
ping the last of his grapefruit from
were m Ocala Saturday morning.
- M' J. J. Seddon of Hammond, Ind..
- -ur J- J- seaaon 01 xiammonc
- - e e
left Tuesday for Jacksonville
day for Jacksonville and
later will go on home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lewis and Bar-
bara autoed to Ocala Saturday.
n . - J ,
Prof. Skinner of Kansas, who has
Decn some time at the Albertson
home, left for Kansas Monday.
Messrs. E. C. and M. E. Albertson
autoed to Leesburg Monday.
TO THE HOUSEWIFE
men he expects you to look after the
health of yourself and children.
vmost likely to lead to serious diseases.
all dealers. 3-1-lot
The United States Civil, Service
Commission announces that oft April
limit is waived, however, in the case
of persons honorably discharged from
the naval or military service of the
S., by reason of disability result resulting
ing resulting rom wounds or sickness incurred
in the line of duty. Male applicants
must measure 5 feet 4 inches in bare
feet. Married women will not be ad admitted
mitted admitted to this examination. This pro prohibition
hibition prohibition loes not apply, however, to
divorced women or to women separat
ed from their husbands and -support
For application blank (Form 1371)
?nd "Instructions to Applicants", ad address
dress address the, secretary local board C. .S.
E'-ramir.ers, Ocala, Fla., or the Dis District
trict District Secretary at the address be below.
low. below. Secretary Fifth Civil Service Dis't.,
SEE 'Hit FARM
Springs road which
on the Silver
Merchant's Cafe every day.
fresh -vegetables, milk and eggs.
The drugs used in out- prescription
department are the best to be had,
and ACCURACY is our
The Court Pharmacv.
An excellent candy offering at 50c
, the box at Gerig's Drug Stores Ask
for Triola Sweets. 22tf
WANTED. LOST, roVXD, FOIi
SALE. FOIt BENT AND SIM SIM-ILAB
ILAB SIM-ILAB LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Six-room house on S.
Fourth street; electric lights, hot
and cold water and bath complete.
Apply to Miss Rena Smith at the
Haycraft. Millinery. 1G-Ht
FOR RENT Six room cottage on
Tuscawiila street between primary
and high schools. Apply to Mrs.
R. D. Fuller. C-tf
FOR SALE Une well broken
trained Shetland Pony, wagon and
kuggy, with harness, cheap for
cash. J. D. Rooney.
F(? SALE Barred Rock
hatching. II. S. Wesson,
F0K SALE Large white chrysah-
themum plants, SO cents per dozen.
Mrs. P. II. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
WANTED Want good tenant for
50-acre farm, miles of Martel;
good buildings. Vaughn, 707 Bis Bis-bee
bee Bis-bee Iildg., Jackionville, 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
FOR RENT "Well locaced and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
FOR RENT Two story, ten room room-house
house room-house corner Watula and E. Adams
streets. Possession given at once.
Apply to W. E. Davis, at the Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe & Chambliss National Bank. 4-tf
FOR RENT My suburban home in
the southwestern part of town,
with two acres of ground; rates
reasonable to the right party. C.
P. Howell, Ocaia", Fla. -2-5-tf
FOR SALE Sawed codar-posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
FOR RENT Two connecting rooms, rooms,-furnished;
furnished; rooms,-furnished; one, two or three rooms,
furnished, or unfurnished. Apply
at residence of Mrs. A. M. Perry,
Herbert street. 3-18-tf
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-Ct
ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished
rooms. Apply 010 Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, or phone 471. 24-Ct
WANTED A wall tent, about 16, 18
or 20 feet; must be in good order
and cheap. Box 2G5. 17-Ct-
FOUND A ring of keys at the skat skating
ing skating rink. Owner can have same by
calling at this office and paying for
this advertisement. 25-Ct
WANTED Experienced lady steno stenographer
grapher stenographer desires permanent position.
Address, Stenographer Care the
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND; DELIVERED
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Careful E?timates lltA on
fcract Work. Gives Moire and iliticr
VZrk for the Monoy thsn Any Oilier
Contractor in the City. ;
dcala ETEnmc star, Friday, march 2$, 1915
! OCALA OCCURENCES f
Royal Arch Masons meet tonight.
Woodmen meet this evening.
Easter cards. The Murray Company.
Smoke Cuban Club 5c. Cigar.
Sons of Confederate Veterans meet
Globe-Wernicke Cabinets and Safes
at The Murray Company. 25-3t.
Judge William Gober has returned
from a business trip to Tampa.
Ledgers, Cash Books and Journals
at The Murray Company. 25-3t.
Mr. F. R. Hocker has returned from
a business trip to Jacksonville.
Smoke Cuban Out, 5c Cigar.
Complete line of Paas' Easter egg
dyes every imaginable color, at The
Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McRainey, of
Wildwood, are in the city, today on a
j., i i 1 1 i
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
First of the season Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
Mr. W. 11 Morrison, of Stanton, is
a business .visitor in the city today.
Subscribe for your magazine at
The Murray Company.
- Norris Box Candies at the
Pharmacy are the best made.
Mr. W. W. Condon expects to make
a business trip to Greensboro, N. C,
in the near future.
.Dr, J. Walter Hood's new office tele telephone
phone telephone number is 284. 15-tf
The best fifty cent package of can candy
dy candy we have ever offered, Triola
Sweets. Fresh shipment just in at
Gerig's Drug Stores; 23-tf
Mr. Harry S. Borland of Citra was
a business visitor in town today.
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean. tf
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
Mr. Lee Grantham of Sparr is a
business visitor in the city today.- He
reports a light frost there last night,
but says that it did not1 damage to the
crops.' '; '.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Mr. R. C. Camp took Messrs. R. F.
Rogers, G. A. Nash and J. H. Benja
min to .see the great hydro-electric
power plant on the Withlacoochee this
Eflclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EI1BALIIERS
Floe Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Embal
mers and. Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking OGice .45
With Tfiis Treatment
Impurities Can Retain
A Foothold They're
The action of S. S. S., the famous blood
purifier, is direct from the moment it
enters the stomach. Unlike food that
must be acted upon by the digestive
Juices, S. S. S. goes at once into the
blood, and in less than five minutes has
traversed the entire circulation.
It now rapidly spreads its medicinal
aciion in tne nne networK or blood. ves vessels
sels vessels and is like giving- the blood a
thorough bath, to overcome eczema,
blood risings, boils and other eruptive
conditions. It can not harm any part of
the system- It does not Iodgre in the
joints as do mercury, arsenic and other
minerals frequently to be found In
blood remedies. It is a natural medi medicine
cine medicine for the blood, just as essential to
health If germs have gotten the upper
hand as is nutritious food if after a
spell of sickness the body calls for nour nourishment.
ishment. nourishment. Wherever you .go you are
sure to meet some one who uaedLS. S. S.
for the blood and is a willing -witness
to Its wonderful power to overcome
blood troubles. You can obtain S. S. S.
in almost any drug store in the U. S.,
a significant fact as to its -worth and
its stcrllnrr reputation. Get a bottle
todny. It '.will Jo you goodxWrlteto
TJe Swift 'Specific Co. 104 Swift ISTcfpr..
Atlanta, Ga, if the directions with the
j-cttl? Co r.ot fully cover jour case.
.Jv'4Wiitvv "r" "i ,.
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.
. 56 46
March 17 ........
March 19 ..
March 22 .
Generally fair tonight and Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. 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
Legislator- W. J. Crosby was in
' town from 'Citra yesterday. He joined
other optimists in saying that a lot of
truck had escaped the frost. He re reported
ported reported a carload of lettuce loaded at
The baseball boys are out on the dia diamond
mond diamond every afternoon now. Added to
the list of pitchers the Star gave the
other day is Howard Clark, who is as
good as ever in slinging the elusive
Mr. J. D. McCaskill,in the interest
of that superb badger board he is dis disseminating,
seminating, disseminating, made an old-fashioned
bicycle ride this morning. Leaving
Ocala at 6:30, he followed the Coast
Line to .Lowell, stopping at all sta stations,
tions, stations, then went across country to
Fairfield, from where he returned by
Irvine to the railroad, at Orange Lake,
then home. They don't make many
such bike'' rides-'" these" .days." Mr. Mc Mc-Caskill
Caskill Mc-Caskill took orders for 3800 feet of
badger board, and yesterday on a trip
to Anthony and other Seaboard sta stations,
tions, stations, did nearly as well.
Mrs. J. R. Andrews and daughter,
Miss Emily, of New Britain, Conn.,
are registered at the Harrington Hall
and wil spend several days in the city.
They have been: in the 'state some
weeks, and hearing of the' beauties of
the Oklawaha valley, came down on
the "Daylight route boat yesterday.
They will return by the same route
to Palatka and return to their north
ern home the early part of next?
month-. They express themselves as
well pleased with our little city.
Mr. Chas. V. Miller of Tampa is
registered at the Harrington Hall for
a few days. His many Ocala fpends
will be pleased to know that he has
been very successful in the realestate
business since leaving
Dr. W. H. Henry is representing!
iNortn juaice weir in town today.
Mr. Herman Warshauer, manager
of the Ocala Pawn and Loan Office,
says that if there is any scarcity of
money it is not noticeably affecting
the sale of diamonds, as he has dis disposed
posed disposed of a number within the past
few days which run into pretty hand handsome
some handsome figures.
Secretary Rooney returned this
morning from the state good roads
meeting in St. Petersburg.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
Have your choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" or Pabst's Blue Ribbon on
draft, at Johnny's. 6-tf
. Dry Atmosphere.
"I like this quaint little mountain
village of yours, waiter. I suppose I
can get plenty of oxygen here "No,
sir; we've got local option." Sac red
The "Greatest Novel."
There is no "greatest novel." There
are hundreds of great novels, all of
them wonderful in their subject mat matter
ter matter and art, between which it would
be next to impossible to choose, so far
as excellence is concerned. It is a
aatter of taste purely and simply.
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. No need to rub it in
just apply th Liniment to the sur surface.
face. surface. It is wonderfully penetrating.
It goes right to the seat of trouble
and draws the pain almost immedi immediately
ately immediately get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment
for 25c. of any druggist and have it in
the hot;se against colds, sore and
swol! en joints, lumbago, sciatica and
like ailments. Your money back if
not satisfied, but it gives almost in instant
stant instant relief, mon tues f ri wky. Adv.
"(Continued from Fifth Page)
Mrs. A. N. Cameron of Stanton is in
the city today shopping.
Mrs. J. g. Spurlin of Lake Weir is
a guest t the Harrington Hall. j
Mr. Jim Pyies was a business vis-j
jitor to Inverness and Crystal River
today, and was accompanied by Miss
I Edith Williams and Miss Doris Murry.
The Junior Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian church will give an
entertainment at the church Sunday
evening, at 7:30 o'clock. All are in
vited to attend.
Mrs. T. H. Wallis and two of her
children, Nellie and Tom, returned
home this afternoon from Brooklyn,
N. Y., where they have been for sev
eral months, while the children were
Every person in Ocala should read
the opening chapters or first episode
in the thrilling story, "Runaway June"
in the Star this afternoon, and then
go to the Temple tonight and see the
first episode of the story illustrated
with moving pictures.
Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Glass returned
today from a short stay at their or
ange grove at Lochloosa. Rev. Du Du-Bois
Bois Du-Bois of Tennessee, was their guest
Wednesday and Thursday, accom accompanying
panying accompanying Mrs. Glass to Lochloosa Wed Wednesday.
Mrs. Marcus Frank and two child children
ren children returned fiome yesterday. Mrs.
Frank accompanied Mr. Frank to
Newport News, Va., to attend the
funeral of his sister, Mrs. .Nathan
Rosenbaum, leaving the. children in
Savannah with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs., Marcus. Mr. Frank will return
Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Henry, Mrs. D.
S. Woodrow and Mr. W. ,R. Goodwin
were visitors today from Lake Weir.
Mr. Goodwin was accompanied home
by his son, Mortimer, and the girls
and boys who are to be his guests for
the week-end. Dr. and Mrs. Henry
were accompanied by their daughters,
Misses Eloise and Catherine Henry
Miss Faith Cornish of Tampa, a
niece of Mrs. J. G. Glass, has many
friends here in the school set who -will
be interested to learn that she is to
leave within a fortnight to enter
Fairmont School, Tennessee.
Work will soon be commenced
the Lake Weir home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Rheinauer. Plans are now
in the hands of the iarchitect and; as
soon as thejfjre completed the con contractor
tractor contractor will iomm(mce "' work. The
Rheinauer lojjtrNorth Lake and
when the house is completed it will be
one of the most attractive places on
the lake, which is rapidly becoming
summer resort forOcalans
he "Wildcats were a gleeful bas-
etball team as they left the Coast
Line depot for Leesburg this after
noon. On the team are Misses Lillian
Smith, Callie Gissenchiner, Agnes
Burford, Leslie Jackson, Louise Spen Spencer
cer Spencer and Alice Sexton. MissBertha
Smith will coach,Ssri,d they were ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. Thomas Sexton,
Misses Elizabeth Davis, Mabel Mef Mef-fert.
fert. Mef-fert. Avalee Edwards and Kathleen
Spencer. The team's many friends
are in hopes that it will be victorious
over the Cathedral school team to
Mr. and Mrs. -William Preece re returned
turned returned home last night after some
days' visit in Gainesville.
Notice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala, of Marion
county, Florida, will apply to the leg legislature
islature legislature of the state of Florida, at the
next session thereof, for special or
local legislation for the following
To give the circuit court of the fifth
judicial circuit of the state of Florida,
sitting in chancery, jurisdiction upon
any bill brought by the city of Ocala,
to recover for any sidewalk or street
paving done by the said city within
the corporate limits thereof in cases
where the assessments made therefor
against any real estate is void by rea reason
son reason of any irregularity in the making
thereof; further, to give the said
court the power and jurisdiction to de determine
termine determine the amount due said city aft after
er after taking into consideration the costs
of such improvement and the en enhancement
hancement enhancement of the property by such
improvement and having so determin determined
ed determined such amount to make and enter
a decree in favor of said city for such
amount, which decree shall be a lien
superior to all other liens on such
property, whether accruing before or
after the entry thereof, and whether
said property may have changed own ownership
ership ownership since the time of the making
of such improvement or not. Further,
that the said court shall have such
power and jurisdiction, and this act
shall apply to all such assessments
whether heretofore or hereafter
made by said city, and whether orig original
inal original assessments made have been de declared
clared declared to be void by a court or not;
further, that said city shall be requir required
ed required to join as defendants only the
owners of such property at the time
of the filing of such bill. 2-o-fri-2m
City .Council of the City of Ocala.
The Seven Wcncsers.
The only one cf th? "Seven Won Wonders"
ders" Wonders" of the ancient world that re remains
mains remains is the Pyramids of Egypt; The
oihers were the Uanarin? Hardens of
Babylon, the Cclnrsus cf Rhodes, the
Jluusoletrji cf II js!icnn:a?f cs, the
Statue of Zeus'" at. Otyrnp!a. the. Pharos'
of Alexandria ?r-d the Temple of
Diana at Ephesus.
MrsL. N. Green and infant are do doing
ing doing well.
Mr. fack Tompson continues to I
Mr. Coleman of Coleman is improv- j
Mrs. Peyton Liddell, daughter of
Capt. S. R. Pyles, is in the hospital,
seriously ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. J. V. Johnson of Lukens, who
was placed in the hospital two weeks
j ago, died this morning. Mrs. Johnson i
.had been ill for eleven weeks, and!
her condition was too serious for the
treatment to benefit her. A husband
and three children mourn her loss.
The funeral will take place tomorrow
morning. Messrs. Mclver & MacKay
will have charge of the arrangements.
There will be a Medal Contest held
at Fes?enden Academy on 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.
A TRIP ON ORANGE LAKE
That was a happy thought that in inspired
spired inspired Mrs. Joseph Gist to entertain
with a boat ride last week, Mrs. W. R.
Dedman and her guests, Mrs. Taylor
and Miss Baker, of Kentucky, and
Mrs. East, of Tenn. The boat used
on this occasion was the "Egret," own owned
ed owned by Mr. Jordecai Gist, son of Mrs.
Joseph I Gist. This beautiful boat
is a Hydro-automobile, for it is equip equipped
ped equipped with a Buick engine. It glides up upon
on upon the surface of Orange Lake so
steadily and smoothly that its mo motion,
tion, motion, is scarcely perceptible. By the
way Mr. Gist is well known in motor
boat circles, especially during the rac-
ing season as he, always enters his
boats in the" contest and never fails
to capture several prizes.
The objective point of this delight
ful cruise was the home of the Misses
Wilson, who reside in cozy "Citra Cot Cottage"
tage" Cottage" upon the opposite shore of the
lake from Mcintosh. And who are the
Well, they are beyond question, two
of the most interesting tourists that
ever spent a winter in Florida. They
are ex-teachers, of Cincinatti, O., re retired
tired retired on a liberal pension (my, but
that is sweet music to my pedagogi pedagogical
cal pedagogical ears, having myself asisted many
a pilgrim to scale the heights of Par Parnassus.)
nassus.) Parnassus.) These glorious sisters can boast "a
glorious recorcTLof many years of' ef efficient
ficient efficient service in the school room.
Thousands of young men and wo women
men women "rise up and call them blessed"
for the thorough pains taken train training
ing training they received under the wise
guidance of their noble pedagogues.
The Misses Wilson are refined gra gracious
cious gracious scholarly, cultured to the last
degree. In conversation they spark sparkle
le sparkle and scintillate in a mosj; fascinat fascinating
ing fascinating manner; at the same time they
instruct and edify, having traveled
extensively both at home and abroad.
And now inthe calm evening of
life they are enjoyjng to the utmost
the fruits of their labors, growing
su-ppt!1 with tV nnssintr vpars rrvs.
...... w ...... r' --- J r
Mves, "come lets grow old together,
etc., etc." Truly the Misses Wilson
are a shining example of the poet's
theory that "the last of life is that
fr which the first was made."'
All honor and praise' to the Queen
dity for the benign paternalism she
exercised in behalf of her moulder of
Immortal minds and hearts, that no-
ble self-sacrificing, altriustic band of
men and women whose calling through"
divine, has never been adequately ,ap-
predated by the world. ; :
Truly Remarkable Family.
A laborer's remarkable record sur surprised
prised surprised the Baltinglass (County Wick Wick-low,
low, Wick-low, Ireland) rural douncil wher appli applications
cations applications tor cottages were belug dis discussed.
cussed. discussed. It was stated that one of
tne applicants, John .Murphy, had been
married five times, and has 41 chil children.
dren. children. Murphy proudly asserted that
bis-eldest "child" was aged fifty, and
the youngest a baby, and all the fam family
ily family were fed on rabbits.
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of Ma
rion county, Florida, intend to apply
to the legislature of the sta'te of Flor
ida, at its regular session in 1915, for
a special legislation authorizing the
re-is5ue and validation of all outstand outstanding
ing outstanding county warrants issued by or un under
der under authority of the board of county
commissioners of Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, prior to February 1st, 1915, or
such of said warrants as the said leg legislature
islature legislature may see fit to authorize to be
re-issued and validated; and also pro providing
viding providing for the payment of interest
thereon, and for making the said war warrants
rants warrants payable at fixed periods.
Board. County Commissioners, Marion
County, Florida. 1-30
The state and county tax books
will close according to the laws of
Florida on the last day of March.
Come as early as you possibly can,
thus avoiding the Jbig rush we always
have the last ten or fifteen days the
tax books are open. Also be sure and
bring or send a correct description of
your property when you wish either
a memorandum of the amount or to
pay your taxes, thus reducing the
possibility of an error to the mini minimum.
mum. minimum. If you write us do not be im impatient
patient impatient if our reply seems delayed.
We will answer as fast as we possi possibly
bly possibly can and as near as practical all
letters in the order in which they
were received. Yours very truly,
. W. L. COLBEPwT,
3-4-30d Tax Collector
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
E. C. Jordan Co.
219 WEST BROADWAY
Chicago, March 26. May wheat,
Corn, 72 tf.
Oats, 58 hi.
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 day 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
ed 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 while here who regret
to have him leave.
Rev. J. D. Major, of Dunnellon,
preached a very interesting sermon
Sunday to an attentive and appre appreciative
ciative appreciative audience.
Mr. Rush cf Mcintosh was in our
burg Tuesday afternoon in view of
buying 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 nice warm
weather, crops are needing warm
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.
Could Keep Up With Them.
One of the re-appointed being ask asked
ed asked how he contrived to keeivhis place
under successive admlnfstTntion.-i. re replied
plied replied that administrations must b
smart that could change oftener ttan
No doing anything with a pessimist
When you find a bright side for. hira
se won't look at it for fear the light
night blind him. Atlanta Constitu Constitutor
tor Constitutor Application of Paint
Paint should b; applied only to a
clean and dry. fruiace. Moisture un under
der under a paint. ca us it blister, when
exposed t& the Vutf also 'moisture be be-,tween
,tween be-,tween coxtta KabthKarofr effect.
f he -n in' "fin
' "Spelling's a" queef thing," salmon
boy. -"What do they wanV lt&Tit
"g in 'ghat?' "It belongs. there, re replied
plied replied the other. "It's whac.you say
when one stings you. The" only mis mistake
take mistake is not ptting an exclamation
point aft r it."
Dorothy had been with her aunt to
an exhibition of modern" paintings,
and she was describing what she had
eeu. "What kind of paintings, did.
yotr say they were. dear?"asked. er
siother. iThey were' those impre
lionless painting?," ahf the child.
of thie: CITY council'
FOR THE YEAR 1915
D. W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, M. J.
Geo. A. Nash. W. A. Knight, H. A.
M. J. Roess, D. W. Tompkins, Geo.
John Moore, M. J. Roess, J. C.
J. J. Gerig, H. A. Fausett, W. A.
W- A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, C.
J. C. Smith, J. M. Meffert, J. J.
H. A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash, D. W.
John Moore, H. A. Fausett, J. C
Light and Water
J. M. Meffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.
t Utt CONSTIPA1ION
"My daughter used Chamberlain's
Tablets for constipation with good re re-salts
salts re-salts and I can recommend them high highly,"
ly," highly," writes Paul B. Rabin, Brushly, La.
For sale by all dealers. 3rl-15t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
in and for Marion County In
Polly Washington Complainant, vs.
Solomon Washington, also called
Sol Washington, Defendant Or Order
der Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Solomon Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, also called Sol Washington, be
and he is hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed in this cause
on or before
Monday,. the 12th day of ApriL 1915
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once- a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state.
This 5th day of March, 1915.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT, :
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By M.-E. Goddard, D. C.
BULLOCK & MERSHONj
Complainant's Solicitors. 2-5-fri
(T TTT) ( a i : 3 i j ;
If a Man Earns "S10 00 a Year
And if he has a family, about 400 of that thousand will be
spent for eatables.
Groceries are the largest item on the family e-per.:-e accourt.
We want to tell you in this ad. that this store gives you the
largest possible return for your money.
We invite you to trade here. Seldom, in deed, will you have
cause for complaint. When you DO you will find us not only ready
but ANXIOUS to right all wrongs.
Here is a list of our special?
KINGAN'S RELIABLE HAMS, 10 to 12 lbs., per lb..V .:V:c,
WHITE BACON, per pound ...12 lie
Lard Compound, per pound ice
10 Pounds Water Ground Meal for .. ... rc
IRISH POTATOES, per peck ...2k
7 Cakes Lenox Soak for 25c
5c Cake Sweetheart Toilet Soap, per cake ...4c
15c Box (3 Cakes) Toilet Soap, per box ..' 12c
10c Bottle Extract Vanilla or Lemon, per bottle '..'.Sc.
15c Packages Shredded Wheat Biscuit, j r package 12c
Post Toasties, per package )c
30c Tins Robin Hood Peaches, per tin 23c
30c Tins Robin Hood Apricots, per tin ,2Cc
35c Tins Robin Rood Cherries, per tin die
1 30c Tin Royal Scarlet Salmon
1 20c Tin Royal Scarlet Tunna Fish
1 20c Tin Royal Scarlet Shad Roe.
1 15c Royal Scarlet Sardines
1 25c Tin Royal Scarlet Shrimp
1 20c Tin-R. S. Little Neck Clams.
1 20c Tin Robin Hood Tom Thum
1 20c Tin Robin Hood Lima Beans. . uJ
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' 1 30c Tin R. H. Lemon CArw Pparhpi t k. M
x out Am xvouin xiuou Apricots...
1 10c Tin Red Line Tomatoes.....
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WE ARE NOW WAITING
On and after
all Cigars Tobacco, Cigarettes, Ice Cre8m and
Cold Drinks will be sold for
Will exchange city
J a pair of Good Mules. If
4- from you at once.
Ready Means to Identification. ReMevinn .HeaJnche.
Richardscn Wright recently made Headaclies cr.u?.td by worry or ex--an
appointment to meet z. stranger-in ( haustif n may ht. re':, -xpiI by rery
a Hartford tctcl. and ever the tele- i sinuds rm::-. T? i-v-h. put c-n
phone he described himself as being 'oos-- cl-nh'n.tu 1 i the hair ;.n I
a round person wkh an incipient :"pr!;--. yorr--!f ith a bo;vi ot hot
mustache. When stranger finally er. t,:..i v ml iov;-. Vvt t)iz
found him Mr. Wright asked bow he j towels in the hot water and j.c-'Ay.
was able to'fecojnite hin 20 qufckly. 1 hack cf the ears and to tho tt.tr. cf
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