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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL 21.
OCALA. FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1915
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ABO-GERIIAIIS WILL MEET
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Petrograd, March 27. Three mill million
ion million soldiers are rolling like a tidal
wave upon the Austro-Germans along
the Carpathians from the Dunajec
river to Bukowina, forcing their foes
hack to fortified positions in the
passes and on the crests.
The Germans are withdrawing the
major part of their forces from the
Vistula-Niemen front, where the
spring thaws have caused cessation of
hostilities at most points.
The best information estimates that
only about 580,000, Germans are now
in Poland, from which it is deducted
that about 2,020,000 men have been
concentrated on the Dunajec and Car Carpathian
pathian Carpathian front to meet the Russians.
. The Russian war minister stated
that immediate triumph for the Rus Russians
sians Russians need not be expected, but their
ultimate triumph is certain. The Rus-J
sians occupy positions of great stra strategic
tegic strategic importance but do not under
estimate the strength of the enemy.
jFighting on a scale never before wit witnessed
nessed witnessed is expected.
IT IS TIME IT WAS ENDED.
Evcii New York Judges are Weary
I of the Thaw Persecution
New York, March 27. Harry K.
JThaw's appeal from the decision of
fusticc Page refusing to authorize
lis return to New Hampshire was ar
gued in the appellate division of thJ
supreme court yesterday. :
I Deputy Attorney-General Kennedy
submitted a lengthy brief. -The first
point made in it was in interstate
rendition of an extradited person
nce within the limits of the -requesting
state was answerable both to its its-criminal
criminal its-criminal and civiP process. Many
a ses were quoted to cover this point.
I Thaw's attorneys contended it was
mproper and unlawful for the state,
Ifter Thaw's acquittal of the criminal
Iharge, to make use of the presence
o confine him in Matteawan. After
fhaw left New York state they, claim claim-Id
Id claim-Id there was no way by which the
tate officials could cause his return
xcept by charging him with a crime,
pd it had been shown that his escape
;rom Matteawan was not a crime.
Judges Doubt New York's Position
Justice Scott interrupted Mr. Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy to say:
"I am in doubt as to the rights of
Jew York to pounce on Thaw after
'cquittal of charges of crime and then
eturn him to the asylum for the
riminal insane at Matteawan. I be be-seve
seve be-seve most citizens of this state would
gard such action as dishonorable."
I Justice Ingraham concurred in this
nd said the question was not so
:Uch the return of Thaw to Mattea Mattea-fan,
fan, Mattea-fan, as maintaining the honor of the
ate of New York.
j At the" conclusion of arguments, de de-tsion
tsion de-tsion was reserved. It was consid consid-led
led consid-led probable by attorneys that a de de-Jsion
Jsion de-Jsion : would be handed down next
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ARE FADING AWAY
jrogressi ve Party in Congress Whit
tled Down to a Point
Washington, March 27. Progress-
re strengtn in trie next House of
epresentatives will consist of seven
embers compared with nineteen in
e last Congress, according to the
ilculations of Representative Steph-
1S oi .i.aniorma.. tie aaciecl tnat
nt'itiiuuve vopiey ox Illinois
Hght be proposed for the House pro pro-ressive
ressive pro-ressive leadership.
MEDAL CONTEST
I There will be a Medal Contest held
; Fesscnden Academy on -Tuesday
crht, Mrch SOfh. Eierht of the stu stunts
nts stunts will contest for the silver medal
' lle- n resented by the Kendrick W.
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: When Jesus was on earth it was
? usual custom to go about doing
od. Why not visit the North Ocala
nday school and do likewise, sat-tf.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
iunds' of sugar for $1, with one dol-
s worth of other groceries, for
' h. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 43 tf

THEIR TEUTOHiC FOES LIKE A TIDAL

THEM WITH IMMENSE FORCE AI TERRIFIC FIGHTING
HAY BE EXPECTED

VICIOUS OF
FOREIGN SHIP
McCULLOUGH GONE TO INVESTI INVESTI-GATE
GATE INVESTI-GATE JAP CRUISER OFF
MONTEREY
San Francisco, March 27. To in investigate
vestigate investigate the presence of the Japan
ese warship Shimosa off Monterey,;
the revenue cutter McCullough left
San Francisco this morning under
full steam. The foreign cruiser
steamed into Monterey bay at mid midnight,
night, midnight, displaying no lights nor sig signals.
nals. signals. -''
FISH FRY AT THE
LAKE WEIR CLUB HOUSE
The Lake Weir Yacht Club held a
fish fry at the club house last, evening.
Word was sent to Ocala that the fish
fry-would be held and a number of
people went down to enjoy the hospi
talities of the club.
The ladies around the lake prepar
ed hurre baskets of delicious edibles
which were brought to the club house,
the gentlemen had been fishing the
day before and at least a hundred big
speckled perch that are biting so well
just now, had been caught and kept j
alive hv wire baskets till yesterday
afternoon, when, hey were r dressed
ard jusi before .-supper time : they
were fried in the kitchen of the club.
Great platters ; of these fish, ;the
finest that swim, were plafeed along
the tables and while every one ate all
they could hold, there were "gathered
up a lew iragments. lne ucala
contingent, pt least, certainly appre-
ciated the fish, as well as the other!
good things. i
The club members set two tables, j
almost the whole length of the club
house, and seated nearly every one at j
once, about 80 in number.
The club has its own dining room;
and kitchen service and does not have
to call on any one to loan it anything
to help out on an occasion of this
kind. There is no "better, furnished
kitchen in the country and the silver,
china, linen and complete service are
owned by the club.
Convenient benches and large sec sectional
tional sectional tables are ouickly assembled,
covered with linen ad banquet boards
are ready when these occasions de demand,
mand, demand, and are as ouickly removed and
the room cleared for.dancing or other
social purposes.
As a meeting place for a dance, a
Jbjanquet or a literary occasion for the
people around the lake, the club
house is the center of attraction and
a great factor in the social pleasure
of the lake dwellers, their friends and
guests. The people about the lake
would not know how to get along
without the club house and rightly
deom it one of their greatest assets.
Commodore Bickley and Vice Com Commodore
modore Commodore Goodwin were each in two
places at once, helping out with the
cooking and serving and making ev every
ery every one have a good time and feel at
home. The ladies all worked in the
kitchen and dining room as no "hired
help" W worked for them in their
rhomes, and if the guests did not have
a good time it was not the fault of
these good ladies.
After the feast when the room was
cleared, dancing ?was participated in
by the young folks 'who,. were, so in inclined
clined inclined to the music of the Victrola.
and others who cared to do" so played
cards or otherwise amused them themselves.
selves. themselves. Another byg fish fry will be held
soon at South Lake, which will close
the winter season's festivities among
the yacht club members.
Among the Ocala people attending
were Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, Mr. P. V.
Leaven good, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Car
roll and daughter Merris, Misses Kit
Davis, Louise Rentz, Masters Charles
Duval and Leonard Wesson.

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DEFERED A DAY
PRESIDENT OF CUBA PROBABLY
WISHES TO SEE THE MEET MEETING
ING MEETING OF THE PUGS
Havana, March 27. -The fight for
;the championship of the world be-
j tween Johnson and Willard has been
! postponed to Monday, April 5th. The
president of Cuba objected to having
the fight on Easter Sunday.
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ANCIENT CITY WILL
ENTERTAIN NEXT
MEETING OF ASSOCIATION
The next meeting of the State Good
Roads Association will be held in St.
Augustine. All the officers, including
Mr. J. D. Rooney of this city, who is
treasurer, were re-elected.
GET TOGETHER SOCIAL
I
f The 16th of April is the date that
I has been set and advertised for the
jw c- T- u- social to be iven at the
j Baptist church, beginning at 7;30
! o'clock, promptly. A choice program
is being arranged, which will be fol-
lowed by a social hour. Each mem member
ber member vof the W. C. T. U. is asked to
-
(consider herself a committee of one
to advertise this event and do all in
her power to make it an enjoyable
success. There wHl be no charges,
no .collection. All citizens cordially
invited, Fuller particulars later.
Watch for them. Committee.
DEWEY AS A CHICKEN RAISER
"Admiral" Dewev. of Merchant's
Cafe f is doing well with his 14-
acre farm just outside of town on the
Silver Springs boulevard. He has a
new residence on the farm almost
completed, but best of all, his hogs
and chickens and milk cows are doing
well, increasing in numbers and be beginning
ginning beginning to pay returns on the money
invested in them. N
Mr. Dewey has a large flock of pure
bred White Leghorn on ,the farm.
There is not a black feather on the
farm. On warm days he gets a large
quantity of eggs but a few days of
cold weather will make them fall off
in egg supply to a very marked de degree.
gree. degree. Ten days ago an incubator hatched
out its brood of 189 little white chicks
nearly all of which are doing well. On
Easter Monday another with 250 eggs
will hatch out and others will be set
from time to time.
The cows are giving nearly enough
milk to supply the restaurant; the
ggs, while not sufficient as yet for
his demands, help out wonderfully
and the pigs coming along in bunches,
are fattened up, killed and placed in
cold storage and served up to the
patrons of the restaurant in most
tempting chops.
The land is cultivated in vegetables
for the table and feed stuff for the
poultry, cows and hogs.
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
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PUSHED BACK THE RUSSIANS BIT ADMIT FREIICH
HAVE TAKEN All IMPORTANT POSITION

Vienna, March 27. TJie Austro Austro-Germans,
Germans, Austro-Germans, taking, the offensive .in
Bukowina, drove the Russians left
wing back to the Dneister river: Seal Seal-eszozky,
eszozky, Seal-eszozky, the Russian base' northwest
of Czernowitz, is being shelled by the
Austrians. Reports that the Russians
have taken Czernowitz are false.
ADMIT DEFEAT IN ALSACE
Berlin, March 27. After five days'
battle, the French have captured the
summit of Hartmannsweiler-Kopf, an
important strategic point in the Vos Vos-ges
ges Vos-ges mountains. The edge of the
heights is still held by the Germans.
French aviators have dropped bombs
:'n Batsume, Strassburg and Metz.
The Russians were repulsed in their
attempted advance against Tilsit in
East Prus'sia. Other minor successes
against the Russians are reported.
ARRAS SHOT UP AGAIN
Paris, March 27. The French have
captured the summit of Hartmannsweiler-Kopf.
The Germans have
bombarded Arras violently.
OF COURTS WE HAVE ENOUGH
Ocala, Fla., March 27, 1915.
Editor Star: I understand that
there will be an effort made to get one
of our legislators-elect to introduce a
bilPin the next legislature to.create a
county court or criminal of record for
Marion county. This county cannot
possibly stand any more useless ex expenditures
penditures expenditures of money and it most cer certainly
tainly certainly can do without any more
courts.
It has too much court already. The
two terms of the circuit court are
needlessly prolonged and money wast wasted
ed wasted as it is. To create another court
to spend more money, in the present
financial condition of this' county
would be criminal, and I hope that the
people, of Marion county will hold any
man. to, strict accountability who may
undertake.it.-- -Common Sense.
HOSPITAL NOTES"
A little daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Peyton Liddell at the hospi hospital
tal hospital this morning. y
Mrs. Chandler was brought to the
hospital today.
KICHLINE TAKES A PARTNER
Mr. Arthur Arfman of Allentown.
Pa., is a new comer to the county and
has located at Eastlake, where he was
induced to come by Messrs. KIockand
Lee. Mr. Arfman is a man of means
and to come to Florida will give us a
very handsome salary with an insur insurance
ance insurance company of his state. He has
bought a half interest in the East
lake Cash Store, which was purchased
a few weeks ago by Mr. J. G. Kich Kich-line
line Kich-line from Mr. E. F. Newport. The
new proprietors have a large stock of
fresh goods in the store and are do doing
ing doing a good business.
RUNAWAY JUNE'
The opening pictures of "Runaway
June" were seen by a large crowd at
the Temple last night, the house be being
ing being packed twice. The story starts
out well, and promises to be of great
interest. The two reels of the story
were accompanied with two other ex excellent
cellent excellent subjects. i
A large shipment of Norris Candies
iust received at the Court Pharmacy.
None better made. 19-tf
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FORi YOUR INSPECTION.
COME in and see our striking line of snappy, up-to-date Spring and Sum-
mer patterns and shades in Worsteds, Cheviots, Serges and Tweeds.
Take your choice. Pick the style you prefer. That's all there is to it. Our
expert tailor will take your measure and your clothes will be made in our
Sun-Lit shops by expert cutters and highly skilled, happy tailors. We wiF give
you a Perfect Fit, the finest you ever had on your back, or hand back your
money. That is the English Woolen Itf ills' method of Hoing business. Its
the n ethod that guarantees the utmost clothes value for your money.

CARfJ BLDG.

INTENDS Tl

PROTECT AMERICANS
Turkish Vizier Doubts that Outrages
Were Perpetrated by Reg Regular
ular Regular Troops
Constantinople, March 27. The
grand vizier has promised Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador Morgenthau that the Turkish gov government
ernment government will do all possible to protect
American interests in northwestern
Persia. He doubted the accuracy of
the report that Turkish regulars made
the-attack and is investigating.
TEDDY IS TALKING
THRU HiS TILE
Says Wilson and Bryan Tried to Use
Improper Methods to Buy
Interned Ships
Washington, March 27 The charge
that President Wilson and Secretary
Bryan endeavored to interest certain
foreign business firms, to secure for
the United States the power to pur purchase
chase purchase interned ships from one of the
belligerents in the European war, is
made by Mr. Roosevelt, in replying to
an invitation to testify before the
ship purchase bill lobby investigating
committee of the Senate.
It Was Perfectly Apparent
In a letter addressed to 1 Senator
Walsh, chairman of the committee,
Mr. Roosevelt says: "The sources of
my information have been for months
open to every intelligent man. It is
perfectly apparent we would be" lit literally
erally literally purchasing a quarrel with ev every
ery every ship purchased from any corpora corporation
tion corporation owning German interned vessels.
Thai the purchase of German intern intern-sd
sd intern-sd vessels was the purpose of the
shipping bill was practically admitted
by Secretary McAdoo before the
House committee."
A BIG IMPROVEMENT
Visitors to Eastlake last night were
most gratifiedvto find that the road
from the main county highway -down
to the station has been hardened with
clay, making a fine road where there
was formerly very deep sand and a
steep and dangerous hill to climb.
Along the lake side of the hill, where
a short curve is made, the citizeus of
Eastlake have placed a solid wooden
railing of heavy timber, capable of
supporting the weight of anx vehicle
that might be inclined to skid off of
the road.
MR. LATTNER TO MOVE
Mr. Herbert Lattner, the piano man,
will move his place of business on
April 1st to the store room in the
Ocala House formerly occupied by
Elarley brothers. The room is being
fitted up in attractive style for his oc occupancy.
cupancy. occupancy. The room in the Harrington
Hall block where Mr. Lattner has been
since coming to Ocala, is no longer
large enough for his growing busi business.
ness. business. In

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EVERY EFFORT BEIHG MADE
HAS BEEfl
Honolulu, March 27. All hope for
those aboard the American submarine
F-4, which has been at the bottom of
me sea zor iorty-eignt nours was j
abandoned today. Only a" miracle j
could save them. Desperate efforts;
to raise the rrnft rnntmv1 tnAnir
The dredger California, which arriv-
ed this morning, with massive mach-
inery ana cnaiqs, lmmeaiateiy Degan i
trying to bring the submarine up. I
A FEW MAY BE ALIVE
There is great difficulty in getting
chains around the submarine, but it is
expected to raise it to the surface bv
tonight. Some of the officers in charge
believe that some aboard may be alive.
A NUISANCE THAT
SHOULD BE- ABATED

; THE FIGHT
A good deal of complaint reaches
the Star office over the rowdy methJ London, March 27. British troops
ods pursued by the porters of hotels defeated the Turks at the Egyptian
in this city, when meeting trains. town of Sucz- The Turks retreated
Why does not the police committee of ;to Mekhl.- The losses of the British
the council compel these men to be- j were light,
have in an orderly manner, as -in I
other cities? j CRIME AT KISSIMMEE
One is no longer drawn and quar- j
tered by hackmen and hotel porters j Civil War Veteran Found Dead Under
when passed through the union sta-, Suspicious Circumstances
tion in Jacksonville. Timid people are j
sometimes frightened almost to death Kissimmee, March- 27. Interne
by these porters and hackmen and j mystery surrounds the death of W.

friven but little option as to where
they are to go or how they shall get
there, but are subject solely to the
might and power of the husky port
ers or hackmen. V
This Teminds us of an incident we
noticed some time ago, when a bunch
of noisy jehus and porters were non nonplussed
plussed nonplussed bx a little old gentleman' from
the north, well dressed and as fiercy
in his appearance as Captain Kettle.
Being exasperated by their annoying
manner, he stopped before them, and
making a certain sign known the
world over by placing the thumb of
the right hand against the nose, etc.,
blating "ya, ya, ya," at them. Those
porters let him alone and he leisurely
decided where he wanted to go, while
the crowd gave the bunch the horse horselaugh.
laugh. horselaugh. GREAT TRIP PROPOSED
Mr. Edward Tucker, local agent for
the Ford automobile, is planning a
trip to San Francisco to see the- ex exposition.
position. exposition. He proposes to get three
congenial friends, making four in the
party, take one of his Ford cars and
strike out on the trip which will com comprise
prise comprise nearly 10,000 miles before com completed,
pleted, completed, over the route he proposes ;
take. The trip will be made ina
leisurely manner and will require
three months to go and return and see
the fair. It i3 figured that the actual
road expense will not be over 1 cent
a mile per passenger.
All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Oeab Seed Store. 5-tf.
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean. ti
Try -one of thoe frosted pints c f
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tt
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ACCOUNTS
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COMBATS ON THE SUEZ
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Constantinople, March 27 The
iTurrs have resumed ther campaign
if1"1!1 Egypt with marked success,
I Tb,e destrucon of an entire British
jclumn,at .nc rint aml the rcPal?e
1 of another is reported. In the lat-
j tCr.bt 300 British were kill
J OTTOMANS HAD THE WORST OF
A- inayer, -aged seventy, oi bprmg
Valley, Minn., a civil war veteran,
whose body was found here last night
tin a woods near the negro quarters
of the town. It is thought that
Thayer may have met with foul play
and after the body was viewed this
morning by a coroner's jury, a tlv -ough
medical examination was-ord'
ed.
Thayer has been missing sii e
Wednesday alternoon and a po
headed by the sheriff and anot! r
party of eight men scoured the co
munity yesterday afternoon but v.i'-
out result.
He was last seen Wednesday a.'
ernoon walking on a track of t !e
Florida Midland which leads throu h
the negro section and ti was this tint
caused such apprehension.
The body was found by a negro nt
G o'clock last evening, lying face
down on the ground. The man h;;d
evidently been dead for several hou s.
There was no trace of violence on the
body except for a slight scratch on
the forehead. All the man's valua valuables
bles valuables were missing, however. Word
of the finding did not reach the t.i t.i-thorities
thorities t.i-thorities till midnight last night. A
jury was empaneled this morning !y
SherifF Ingram and 'after a short sit sitting
ting sitting a medical examination was or ordered.
dered. ordered. Thayer had been preparing to leave
for his home after spending the win-
I ter here and had packed his grip and
purcnaseu a rauroaa ucxe-. mese
and sixty dollars in money were
found Wednesday afternoon in his
room at a boarding house and pre-
eluded any theory that he
town for good.
had left
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dy candy we have ever offered, Triola
Sweets. Fresh shipment just in at
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BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J, II. Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Or'a, Fla. pustoffice a3 second c!as3 matter.

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
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Bulgaria will go into the war, but over, and what is very curious about

Seminole war and the present, some 1
fifty-seven years, during which the j
Florida Indians have not been inter- ;
fered with by white men to any great i
extent. "Short Talks' point is well
taken, however. The Seminoles in the
Everglades are fairly typical of the
North American Indians who pos-

sessed almost the entire continent
when the white man came, and Heav- :

en only knows how many centuries
before. They fished and hunted, cul-i
tivated small patches of corn and
beans, lived in little hovels of bark

and skins, never built anything more
imposing than a canoe, kept each
other thinned out with their tribal
wars, and if they had remained un unmolested
molested unmolested would most likely have been
in the same condition today. The in injustice
justice injustice that the sentimentalists ac accuse
cuse accuse the white man of was no greater
than the injustice the Indians were

S constantly inflicting on each other.

is holding out for a high bid.

We hear so little of Mr. Herbert J.
Drane's congressional aspirations in
the first district that we fear the
severe weather killed them.

it, not a single one of them bears any

signs of that poverty which editors

i usually claim as their portion. Mi Mi-jami
jami Mi-jami Heraid.

They worked that poverty bunk on
their home folks, tho, in order to
raise the wind on which to make the

. trip. we were not as suck a laiKer
The British believe they have sunk!

the famous German submarine, U-29,
but they will have to show the scalp
before the rest of the world will be believe
lieve believe them.

home.

The Miami Herald says of Ocalans
in attendance on the meeting of the
State Press Association:

Sunday laws with a sharp stick. itaenUtd the Ocala Star and Miss Jeffer Jeffer-Star
Star Jeffer-Star believes in just enough Sunday. nrp.sent at the

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Charlie Jones in Dixie is going after

law to preserve the rights of the
majority without trampling on the
privileges of the minority.
The evident disposition of Austria
to fight Italy rather than give up the
territory demanded by the latter
power, doesn't bear out the statement
often made recently that Austria is
willing to make a separate peace.

meeting. Miss Bell was formerly
under Governor Gilchrist of the state
pension board, a position which she
resigned later. The governor said
she was the best official in a clerical
capacity in" the Florida state capital.
She could lay her hands immediately
upon any pension paper the governor
desired to see."
"Ocala is well represented at the
TTfol Tilnr.rnrv bv .Tnspnh 'Bell. MisS

Star twinkles for Bryan. -Tampa Jefferson Bell, Mrs. G. J. Blitch and

Tribune.

, Don't know whether the Tribune has
noticed it or not, but whoever the
Star twinkles for generally proves a
shining success.
The Star would really like to know
what those "Assyrians" are doing in
Northwest Persia. Assyria was the
land along the Euphrates and Tigris,
and has not been known as a political
division for two thousand years!

The Times-Union believes that the

allied attempt to force the Darda

nelles has entirely failed. The Star
thinks so, too, as far as ships are con concerned.
cerned. concerned. But the land forces are yet
to be heard from. If the Allies can
land a powerful land force on the

peninsula of Gallipoli, they will prob

ably succeed.

Judge J. L. Billihgsley, of Miami,
suggests that if the liquor license
charged by wet counties went to the

state instead, most 6f Florida's wet
rnnntifts would soon vote dry. The

judge has hit the nail on the head

That '"can't get along without the li license
cense license money" has carried more than
one county wet. Daytona Journal.
. The impression that the liquor
would be sold anyhow, and its sale had
better be taxed, has had more to do
with it.

Hardy C. Croom, Jr., and by Mrs. E.
Van Hood, Mrs. S. Home and Miss

Porter."

Claude L'Engle, knowiuall over the

state as the founder of Dixie and late
member of Congress from the state-at-large,
will be in Tallahassee during

the legislative session and will no

doubt use his trenchant pen to good
purpose in the cause of useful and
progressive legislation. Claude L'En

gle is a merciless critic of wrongdoing
and absolutely fearless in its denun

ciation, and his daily reports of leg legislative
islative legislative doings will be well worth read reading.
ing. reading. Bartow Courier-Informant.

Claude was always a live wire, and
the Star doesn't believe that sickness
has cut off much of his current. The
Star advises the Florida papers to
avail themselves of. his services as a
correspondent." They can depend upon
it that all his letters will be closely
read.

ENGINEER TWOMBLEY
GAVE COUNCIL ADVICE

Mr. A. H. Twombley, the compe-j

tent engineer, who surveyed the city ;
year before last, was in town Thurs- J
day, and conferred with members of.

the-council regarding plans for the
intended new sewerage system, also
the nrosDective new electric current

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and water plant.
Mr. Twombley was on his way home
tn New York from Tampa, where he

has been looking after a large con contract
tract contract for his firm. Simply on account
of the interest he takes in Ocala af affairs,
fairs, affairs, he stopped in town to give the
councilmen needed, information. The
council already has "one good cus customer
tomer customer for the sewerage bonds, and
there will be no trouble in disposing
of them.

Estimates have been submitted to
the council for a combined electric
and water plant at a cost of not more
than S80.000. Such a plant will be

available for the present needs of the
city and for some years, and as busir
ness increases can be added to. Mr;
Twombley gave the council points on
the great economy of a Diesel oil en engine,
gine, engine, with auxiliary steam power. The
Diesel is the engine that made the

submarine torpedo boat possible, and
is even more useful and economical
for peaceful purposes.
The council has information that a
ready market can be found for the
bonds. The city has no time to throw
away in building the new plant, for
the present waterworks are already
overtaxed.

The loss of thg F-4 will send a

thrill of sadness through America.

Great Britain and France have lost

several submarines in thi3 manner,
but the accident off Honolulu is the
irst of the kind that has happened to
the United States. The F-4 was only
a little boat with a scant quarter of
a hundred men, but its loss gives
America a little inkling of how Great
Britain, France and Germany feel,
losing hundreds of brave sailors al almost
most almost every week.

"A great deal of sympathy is wast wasted
ed wasted on the Seminoles of Florida," re remarks
marks remarks the Ocala Star. "They have
had over a half a century of undis undisputed
puted undisputed opportunity to make self-

sustaining and prosperous people of
themselves. It isn't in them to do it,

and the white people are not respon

sible for their lack of enterprise."
The Star .is right except as to the
time. The American Indian had cen

turies that we know nothing about in

which to make something more than

mere tramps of themselves, and they

did not do it. They are born rovers,
idlers and with little prospect of ever
being anything more than a memory
in the next few centuries. Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union Short "Talks.
In speaking of over half a century
of opportunity, the Star referred to
the time between the close of the last

' Henry Morganthau, American Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to Turkey, is acting for the

British and French residents of Con

stantinonle. He was born in Ger

many, but nevertheless has won the
praise of the neutral world for his
vigilance where the rights of his
country's enemies, are concerned.
Toronto Mail and Empire.
He understands, he is an American,
and most German-Americans will
understand the same thing when it
comes right down to brass tacks.

A great deal of sympathy is being
wasted on the Seminoles of Florida.
They have had over half a century of
undisputed opportunity to make a
self-sustaining and prosperous people
of themselves. ; It isn't in them to do
so, and white people are not responsi

ble for their lack of enterprise.

Ocala Star.

This is about the first instance that
has come to our notice in which
Brother Benjamin has protested
against the display of sympathy for

any man or race, and we regret to

"call him down" for his declaration.
Tampa Times.
We do not protest against sympa sympathy
thy sympathy for the Seminoles, or object to
their being helped. We sincerely be believe
lieve believe in all men and women helping
others, not only because help is need needed,
ed, needed, but because it strengthens and

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

Virginia Style
Smoked Hams

The Star exceeding regrets to hear

that Editor Stovall of the lampa

Tribune, who has already passed thru

one long and trying illness in the past
year, is sick again.

.A Jacksonville paper announces
that Senator N. P. Bryan will be a
candidate before the primaries of next
year as a candidate to succeed him himself
self himself in the United States Senate. In
the published statement Senator Bry Bryan
an Bryan points out that since he has been a
member of the United States Senate
Congress has been in almost contin

uous session and that he has been in
Washington attending to the duties
for which the state sent him there.
He calls attention to the historical
fact that Florida has never yet refuse
ed to return a senator after having
given him a first term, and he sur surmises
mises surmises that unless something has oc occurred
curred occurred of which he is not aware, the
state will not reverse its usual pro pro-!
! pro-! ceeding. It is to be very much doubt

ed whether the sectional issue which
has been raised on account of Senator
Bryan's residence in Jacksonville will
count for so very much when the pri primary
mary primary votes are counted. That has been
a crv that has created much ante-

election talk but which has never in influenced
fluenced influenced votes to any considerable de

gree. It will probably have not the

slightest effect on the present sen

ator's candidacy or his primary
stre'ngth. Opponents of the senator
will have to find something much
more vital than mere location, if they
expect to keep him from going back
to the Senate from this state as his

own successor. Miami Herald.
The feeling that Jacksonville has
more than its share of offices is grow growing
ing growing Inore pronounced, and will be
enough to decide a close contest some
of these days. It seems to the Star,

however, that Senator Bryan can
come as near as any man to claiming
that he belongs to the entire state. He
was brought up in South Florida, and
only moved to Jacksonville because
residence in that city gave him larger
opportunities. The matter for Flor Florida
ida Florida voters to decide is whether he de deserves
serves deserves re-election not where he hap happens
pens happens to live.

PAY

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It saves considerable time and money to pay by check and you have the
satisfaction of knowing that you are making the most business like settlement.

MUNROE u CHAILISS

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IN THE CIUC I I T CO V li t
Fifth. Judicial Circuit c f ia r -.
of Florid n. In end for -,
CoMuty, l Chsry.
John IL Taylor and Jolm H. Ta;
Tia'.xxK D is -fin ess as Ocala
; luring' Company, Com plain at-.":, -.
Albert W. Crafts, et a!., Xc:.
: ants Suit t Quiet Title.
It appearing from the affidavit
I the sworn till of tfte complainant :

the above styled cause that he 1eUsvi
that there are persons Interested li

th tiroLinn mvoiven lr .suca ;

other than the known defendant:
whose names are unknown to Mr:

in for relief atrainst Mich unkricr.vr
detendants, it is therefore ordered t?:a

loiiowin. uescnoexi' property, snuji
m Marlun county, Florida, to-wit:

i-n or ne.; wi4 or ne1; n v, ...
nw U ; He1- of 3w ; nw of -Hi
section township t7 soath, .. ran,
24 -a-t.

-N '-i o r n1-. and se i or nehk. seen J

25. township 17 smith. rar.R? 24 east.
N'i oi' ne1; ..of nw1 and swl ,v

n!4 of nvJ4. .section 2i, township S
ran ire 2i east.

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Flftk Judicial Circuit of the State
of Florida, In and for Marion Coun County
ty County In Chancery,

John H. Taylor and John IL Taylor.
Dolnjr Business as Ocala Manufac

turing Company, Complainant. v.s.
Peter Bog-ardus, et al.. Defendants.
Suit to Quiet Title.
It appearing from the affidavit and
the sworn bill of the complainant in
the above styled cause that he believes
that there are persons interested in the
property involved In such suit other
than the known defendants, whose
na-nie are unknown to him, and the
said complainant therein prayinir for
relief against ?uch unknown defend defendants,
ants, defendants, it 1.4 therefore ordered that all
parties claiming: an Interest in the fol following
lowing following described proper v. situate In
Marlon county. Florida. t-wit:

tl. tp l tr s.

nel of swU
txwnship IT sout:

Nw',4 of nw
st, section ZZ

Ne'i of of nwi; ye1 of s-
and sw'4 of se4, section 27. townshi
17 south. rar." -Z east.
N-v U of v,vH. section 23, towns hi
17 south, ranse 2 4 ea-t.
SwU of hwU. section SI, townshJ

! 17 sout Ik ranffe 24 east.

ilia of e52 of seU of seVJ. fiectio
34. tuwnhip 17 south, ransre 24 ess.

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

of sec 23, tp 16 s. r 2i e. east ft. s
264 ft. e 163 ft, s 342 ft. w 11S3 ft. n
606 ft;
i Com 606 ft s of nw corner of no'i
of nw'i of sec 23 tp 16 s r 23 e, e 1005
ft. 429 ft. w 1005 ft, n 429 ft to p o b;
iSe1; of seU. ec 24 tp 16, n r.23 e:
Kl2 of se'i, ?ec 21, tp 16 s, r 24 e:
NeU. see 2. tp 17 s. r 21 e:

S of se4 of swUi sec z, tp i s,
r 24 e;
Se4 of feVi. sec 22, tp 16 s. r 24 e;
SeU of sw'i; swU of se', sec 22, tp
16 s, r 24 e;
Swi of seU vet of river, sec 23.
tp 16 s. r 24 e:
Sw'i of nwii, sec 26', t- 16 s, r 24 e;

town-aip li -outh, rane 24 ea.-t.

Are hereby re-a!red to nj-pexr
the iill of complaint f.led a:, .;; l tl ;
on or before the
3rd Un.v of May, A. D.
the K.ime I'.e'n a rule A .y: that t
ordr shall he published onee e e-veek
veek e-veek for twelve consecutive sk sk-the
the sk-the Oca-ia Evening- Star, a r.t --pa ;
published In the county of r.r-"
state oT Florida.
Witness the Honorable V. ;
lock, judse of tr.e sab court
II. Nugent, clerk, and the eal f -at
Ocala. Marlon county, Flor?
the 1 1 1 dav of Februarv, A. I. V ;
iCk-rk's Seal) P. II. SVGUKT,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion t'
Florida.
M. K. Gcldard. I.

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Solicitor for Complainant.

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ARDWARE COMFARli

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Ne M sec 29. tp 16 s. r 21 e; ant-

se!i. of sec 31. tp 16 s. r 24 e, w .0, Tlillro-id pomont!
us. s 7.87 chs. e 20 chs, n 7.87 cl;s; lan. a itatiroau torjioratSv.,.

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Fifth Judirlsl Clrewlt of FIi
Clarion County -In Cnaeery.

The Clark-Itay-Joimson Company,
Corporation, Complainant, vr-r.-Frank
Cray, and Others. .'Def;r:

ants.

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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 Bottjing, for the i trade only, our fa famous
mous famous Georgia drink,

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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.
We are also bottling a full line of carbonated
soft drinks.
Our plant is two blocks south of the square, on
11 a in street
CHERO-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Phone 521 -:- Ocala, Fla.

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Sw'li of net of swU. sec 31. tp 16 s

r 24 e;
Nw'i of seU. sec 3-S. tp IS s r 24 e;
Nw4.of sw. sc 13. tp 17 s, r 21 e:
Com at ne corner of sel4 of nwU of
sec 14. tp 17 s. r 24 e. s 120 rods, w 80
rods, v 10 rods, w 32 rods, s 1.6S rods,
w 22.88 rods, n 51.68 Tods, e 54. SS rods,
o 15 rods, e 28 1j rods, n 25 rods, e 1 l l-rods,
rods, l-rods, n 28 degrees, e 56.75 rods, e 13 T.-S
rods to p o b;

Com at se corner or neu oi sw i

sec 14, tp 17 ii, r 24 e. w 40 chs. n 29

chs. e 6.28 chs, s 12.32 ens. e ;.- ens.
n 42 links, e 8 chs. n 2.50 chs, e 20 chs.
s 10 chs topob;

Com 13 3-8 roos e oi nw corner oi
seU of nwi of sec 14, tp 17 s, r 24 e.
southeasterly to center otseU f nwU-

nrvrthMstfr V to nt 13 3-8 rOOS W OI

northeast corner or seu or mvu, w
53 1-8 rods to p o b;

NeU of nw'i, sec 14. tp li s r n e;
Nw4 of neV4. sec 14. tp 17 s, r 24 e;
VU of swU of swVi of ne, sec 14,

tp 17 s r 24 e:
SeU of neU; e4 of sw'4 of neU. fee
14. tp 17 f. r 24 e; a-

w4 or sec it, xp n s, t ;i t-.
W'H of nwH, sec 14, tp 17 r 24 e;
Nei of neU, sec 14, tp 17 s. r 24 e:
Nw4 of nw'i, sec 28. tp 17 s. r 25 e:
SeU of reli. sec 29. lp 17 r, t 25 e;

are required to appear to the Dili of
complaint filed against them on or be before
fore before the

7th Day of June, A. D. 19C

the same being a rule -day; tnat nus
order shall be published once each week

for twelve consecutive weeKs in i ne

Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub

lished in the county of Marion, staie oi
F1W1TNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of the said couTt and I. IL
Nugent. clM-k, and the seal thereof, at
Ocala. Marion county, Florida, this the
13th dav of .March, A. D. 1915.
(Ct. Ct. Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court. (Marion County.
Florida. By 3.L E. Goddard, D. C.
L W. DUVAU m 3-12-sat
Solicitor for Complainant.

State of Florida Greeting;.

It appearing from the rrtjrn
Hon. Juhn I. Galloway. ri'f r.f
ion county. Florida, uni .r: :
of 11. M. Hampton. solicitor tv t
complainant In t!ie forcgDln,-: c v
you have failed and negl--u 1 w
officers or appoint agens i- t
of Florida, and If any oincert v.- -exiat
in the state of Florida, t.i-

.are unknown, and that thrre m

son in the state of Fit r'da -service
of process coull h. h.-bind
bind h.-bind you, the said Florida ,l c r.
Railway Company, a railroad c;r
tion incorvorated undir the law;,
state of Florida.
Therefore you are hereby ordt-rt ?
be and appear before this honor
court on the
12th day of ApriJ, A. Ii. ISl.'T
to defend the sai-d action, or ju. r.
will be entered against you.
It is further ordered that a cc :
this order be published once a

ror the snace or two months 1 j

Ocala Star, a newspaper pub:'.-'-. i
Marlon county. Florida.
Done and ordered at ch&rVT :
Ocala, Florida, this the third d
February, A. D. IDla.
w. s. tjulijOc;:.
Juds:e of the Circuit Court of l';- I'l
Judicial Circuit of Florida.

THE CIIICUIT COl'UT OF THK
Fifth Judicial 'Circuit of Florida,
Marlom County, in Chancery.

STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY Or MARION.
I hereby certify that the forego! n
a true and correct copy of the crl ;
order of publication, as the a;r.e
pears on tile in my of :":e.
Ocala, Florida, this Fehrnarv
191.",. fSeai) F. If. NUGM.VT,
Clerk of the Ofrcnjt Court cf :,i
County, Florida.

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GODDARD,

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Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER: POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
Phone 34
Mclver tl MacKay
Funeral Directors

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ennobles men and women to be helP" y QERT 4 KERS and EtD-lLUERS
ful. The point we have tried to make ) W4"

is that the Seminoles have not shown f ne XasIlS and BilNa! RobfS.

any disposition to help tnemseives

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Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube, of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of nurs. Let u
have your custom we deserve it.
Ocala lee & PacMmg C

The reason why the white man is the
lord of creation is because of all men
he has shown the greatest capacity,
first to help hiniself and then to help
others..

E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors

The visiting newspaper men are
at Xl

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All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-mers
mers Embal-mers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking OGce .45

When Florida starts in to kill the
buzzards, which have been declared, a

public menace, would it not be a good
plan to dispose of the human buz buzzards,
zards, buzzards, which, unfortunately, are to be
found in practically every city and
town in the state ? They do more
damage and cause more heartaches
than all the carrion birds do in a year.
One thing Florida needs, and needs at
once, is a decrease in the number cf
the "I am holier than thou" buzzards,
and a little more of the milk of hu human
man human kindness. -Lake Worth Herald.
Say, are you real sure there wasn't
any "holier than thou" sand in your

trizzard when vou wrote the fore-1

going.

WINDSOR HOTEL AND PARK
Jacksonville. Florida

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

An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask
for Triola Sweets. 22tf

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To Ella Behm. Daniel O. Vanville, Al Albert
bert Albert V. Crafts, Elliott C. Dorr.
Ben F. Dixon, Joseph It. Dunn, E.
X. Dennison, Blanche M. Evans, AV.
M. Etheridge, G. W. Eddy, George
R Finch, Virginia It. M, Grant,
Matthew Hame, F. W. Hull. Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin Humphries. John E. Havis.
Gunerius Hierer, Isabelle Mans Mansfield.
field. Mansfield. James Mitchell, George Vv".
Mitchell, Frank Fonquinette, Jr.,
Benjamin H. Ferr3man, Nellie

Koush. Frederick A. .Smart, J. a.
.mmnon. M. J. Slicker.- Mrs. II.

Zacharlas and S. D. Zachariaa:
It appearing from an affidavit filed
in this court this day in a suit com commenced
menced commenced "by John li. Taylor and John IL
Taylor, doing business as Ocala Manufacturing-
Company, against you and
others, that your respective places of
residence are unknown to complainant,
the affiant; that you and each of you
are over the age of twenty-one years;
and that there Is no person, in the
state of Florida service of subpoena
upon whom would bind you, or either
3f you.
Now, therefore, you and each of you
are commanded to appear before this
honorable court on
Mndaj, April 5th, A. I. 1315
to answer to a bill of complaint, ex

hibited ajrainst you in the said court
by John IL Taylor, and John II. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, doing business as Ocala Manufac Manufacturing
turing Manufacturing Company, and to do further
and receive what the said comrt shall
have considered In that behalf, other otherwise
wise otherwise the complainant will proce-ed ex

It Is further ordered that a copy of
this order shall be published once a
week f eight consecutive weeks In
t'n Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and stat.
Witness the Honorable W. S. Bul Bul-lck.
lck. Bul-lck. Judge of said court, and P. II.
Nugent, clerk, and the eal thereof at
Ocala. Marion county. Florida, this the
S-.h dav of February, A. T. 1915.
(Clerk's Seal) I'. H. NUGENT.
Cterk Circuit Court, Marion County.
Florida.
Bv M. E. Goddard. D. C.
1." W. DUVAU y ,
Solicitor for Complainant. 2-6-St-sat

IS THE ciitcriT COt'IlT OF T

KirtU Judicial Oreit of Klr
Mnrlon County 1 Chisarery.
To IVter Ilogardus, Jacob C. Gocblr

J. Sutton. Addle It. .Howl., Ei
Dickersor Trustee, Mat ii Grv:

James Mcintosh. V". U Clark, f
W. Andrews, llhoda Ne wrr:"--.. -S
A Graham TT T nrl a t-v i i T

vnilard, C. Willard, EC
Elder, George C. Inrrarn. El

West Henry West, W. IL II
-Jane E. West. Laura J. II'.I.

Kate IIndersC'n, John G I
Charles L. Harvey, Annie l",rr.:
Nel-on S. Rogers, George '.

er.s. W. G. Albro. Emily M.

Henry M. Newman. Georgia
Stieff, F. Q. Brown, Trustee.
It appearing from an affidavit f.
this court this -la' in a suit o
ed bv John IL Tavlor and John iL

lor doing business as Ocala M
turing Company against you
others, that your respective r: i
residence are unknown to comp.-
the affiant: that you and ea'-,s
are ov r the a?e of iwen.ty-c.r-
and that "here Is no person
state of Florida service of
upon whom would bind you f r -of
you.
Now, therefore, you and ea ;h t
are commanJi -to appr-ar beicr
honorable court on
Monday, May 17th, A. 15. K
to answer to a bill of "or,;I:!
hibited against you Jn the ;i.'- -by
John IL Taylor and John H.
lor doing business as Oeait1 I'
turing Company, and to do furt.
receive -what the sail court .-h-. '..
considered in that he.';alf. oir. oir.-the
the oir.-the complainant will proceed ex
It is further ordered th-at n c
this order shall be publish'i
week for eight consecutive
the Ocala Evening Star, a ne'.-
publishf-d in said county an '
WITNESS the Honorable V..
lock, judge of said court an 1

Ocala, Mirl"n co-inty, Flor,1!5.
13th day of March, A. L, 131'.

Clrk Circuit Court Marion k -.
Florida, liv yf. E. God-'.-.r-'. I
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Solicitor for Complainant.

NOTICE

DISTINCTIVELY DELIGHTFUL
-COMFORT FIRST'
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLANS
A F. WILSON, MGR. T. M, WILSON, PROP.

The state arl county tax books

will clo.-e a'-eoiJinp to the laws of

FloruV on the last day of March.

Come as earlv a you possibly can.

thus avoiding the hisr rtih we alwava
I have th la?t ten or fifteen days the

tax book? are open. Alco be sure and
brintr or .send a correct descnDtion of

your property when you wih either

a memorardum of the amount or to

pay your taxes, thus reducing the
posibil:ty of an error to the mini minimum.
mum. minimum. If you write us do not bft im

patient, if our reply seems delayed.
We win answer as fast as we possi

bly can and as near as practical all
letters in the order in which they
were received. Yours very truly,

TV. L. COLBERT,

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Smoke Cuban Club. 5c Ci's'ar.

NOTICE

Notice is hereby given tl -t
board of county commissioners cf
rion county, Florida, intend t t
to the legislature of the- c

ida. at it? regular sc.-.?Ir
a special legislation au:

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re-ii;uf and valMj.t:

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such of said warrant? ct th
islature may see. fit to zvVr.-re-issued
and validate:!; t.r.i
viding fof the payirer.t .c
thereon, and for making t;-.-.
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Board County CcmKiissiorr
County, Florida.

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New Jersey Tennis Club's President Insisted
Club "Go to Church," and It Did

NORTH KHX Nov.Jerev i VuVmg great vork in the GO TO
CHURCH iTKivtinont.
Thirfv-Scven churches, from Ridgefield to Chester, in that
state, collaborated in a plan 16 get the lazybones out to worship
on the Sabbath. Pastor Cooper of the Oivkii! Congregational
church broke all r'reonl tit the -result of hi, forceful (JO TO
CHURCH campaign. lv prepared a ormon lhat especially ap appealed
pealed appealed to the people in his section, where he' plays tennis on sum summer
mer summer days and w here he is-giv.-it jy liked despite the fact that the
members of the tennis vlnh generally only go to church when some somebody
body somebody gets married or somebody-" new baby is christened.
Of course Mr, Cooper doe.-u't play tennis Sunday. But his
congregation h composed mostly of commuter, and Sunday is
their only day -of 'recreation. They 'pay they have just got to play
tennis then. Tho pastor' received ..help from an unexpected source.
Jack Voting, a Ijig Scotcliman. t pre-ident of the tennis club and
director of the choral society. Un delivered himself thus:
"AS PRESIDENT OF THE TENNIS CLUB AND DIRECTOR OF
THE CHORAL SOCIETY I CALL ON ALL MEMBERS TO BE UP
AND SHAVED EARLY NEXT SABBATH. THOSE IN THE HABIT
OF SHOVELING COAL, CUTTING WOOD, PATCHING UP HEN
HOUSES OR PLAYJNG OTM THE SABBATH DAY SHOULD ABAN ABANDON
DON ABANDON THESE EFFORTS THIS TIME. BROTHER COOPER IS TOO
GOOD A TENNIS PLAYER TO LACK SUPPORT IN ANY SUCH
MOVEMENT AS THIS. THE TENNIS CLUB AND THE CHORAL
SOCIETY WILL BE THERE IN THE FRONT PEWS AND WITH
BOILED SHIRTS ON NEXT SUNDAY OR I'LL RESIGN."
T!ire u;s a great .turnout.. The church was crowded.
More Jack Youngs are wanted! Do your part in helping this
great movement. ;
GO TO Ciirncn .next -Sunday!
GO TOf liriJCH -vr.rv Smsdav! ;

ISSUED BY

THE OCALA BAPTIST CHURCH
SERVICS EE VERY SUN DA T, A. M. AND 7:30 P. M.

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drink milk from sick cows -doctor them. Disin Disinfect
fect Disinfect your hog pens and PREVENT expensive chol cholera.
era. cholera. Free your chickens from lice.
It pays to PREVENT disease to your stock and
poultry. Take care of your animals and fowls
in time.
'4etI-R2oinopoIy Brag Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
'WE TAKE CARE

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

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CAPITAL 3TOGK S50.000.00.
Slate,. County and City Depository.

OCALA. SOCIAL AFFAIRS j The Ocala; National Bunk.

When you deal with this bank you can rest assured that it is alwavs readv
to help you in doing that which is best for the growth and advancement of
your interests along legitimate lines.

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Match Play Handicap Com- home Sunday will be accompanied byjX
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virs. jraKe, wno uas ueen in a uos-; t
pital in that city for several weeks, i
convalescing from an operation, neces- t
sitated by an accident that befell her ; y
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(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone lOf)

18 Hole

petition for the Cup Presented by
Mrs. D. M. Smith

One round to be played each week,
, with week commencing March 29th,
! 1915. Drawn to play as follows:
Handicap on
I 18 Holes
14 D. S. Woodrow.
14 A. E. Gerig.
8 G. K. Robinson.

,y K Drake.
11 J. E. Chacp
8 Jack Camp.
8 L. W. Duval.
8 Ralph Robinson.
11 N. Davis.
14 D. Ford.
11 John Chazal.
13 H. Clark.
11 T. D. Lancaster.
11 Z. C. Chambliss.
9 1. F. Bennett.
5 II. Lattner.
7 S. Jewett.
5 J. M. Thomas.
11 L. Chazal, Jr.
3 C. Camp.
14 R. E. CFarreh
8 R. C. Camp.
8 Phil Robinson.
11 L. R. Chazal.
10 W. S. Hilands
14 B.. A. Weathers.

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MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK of ATLANTA, GA.

and Easter, the Epworth League held! Jv. . ........,...... . I
an Irish-Eastcr social last evening 1 .--.-.-.-.-....-..M. vw

the home of Prof, and Mrs. Geo. C. f
j Looney at Phi Sigma.
j It was a perfect moonlight eve-
j ning and a merry crowd of young peo- j
Jple assembled to enjoy the occasion.!

The Irish program which had beent
published in the Star had been care-j
fully prepared, after which pretty
Easter folders containing on the in-'
ner cver an original "Easter Party"
with blanks to be supplied by the
name of April flowers was much en- i
joyed. The league then passed a:
basket of Easter confections after

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Restaurant with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
TJLECTHIC KiaSVATOU SKItVK T, PHONES IX ALL JUlkli

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The only Hotel on the Square

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"Two Sentences"
In the last issue of "Reel Life," a
motion picture magazine, the editor
devoted considerable space to "Two
Sentences," the latest picture play
written by Mrs. S. G. Moyers, of

Tampa, formerly, Miss Bertie Badger;

of this city. Half of the first page
is given over to the discussion of
the play, a synopsis of the scenario
follows and further in the magazine
five scenes are given. The New York
World says it is a very strong psycho

logical play. It is now being shown to;

crowded houses in New York City and
in an audience last week, witnessing
it was Mrs. Moyers who just happen happen-en
en happen-en Co drop in for a pleasant hour af after
ter after a day's hard work, not knowing
that his wife's play was to be the
principle feature. To say he was thrill thrilled
ed thrilled with joy, and pride mildly ex expresses
presses expresses his feelings.. "Two Senten Sentences"
ces" Sentences" will be shown in Tampa the last
of April and Mrs. Edward Badger,
the author's mother, will go down es especially
pecially especially to see it.

Mrs. R. A. Burford will entertain
at rook, Monday afternoon at ,3:30
o'clock in honor of her sister, Mrs.
Wiley, of Troy, Alabama.
Mr. Louis Hemphill, a prominent to tobacco
bacco tobacco planter and stock raiser of
Nicholasville, Ky., was a visitor be between
tween between trains Thursday, en route to
join a party of friends in St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, from Evinston, where he had
been visiting his neice, Miss Millie
Hemphill. Mr. Hemphill made his
stop here for the soul, purpose of see seeing
ing seeing Mrs. Edward Badger, whom he
knew before the war and had not seen
since. The meeting was one of mu mutual
tual mutual pleasure. Mr. Hemphill will re return
turn return from South Florida the latter
part of April and will visit Mrs. Bad Badger
ger Badger and daughters, Mrs. Emily Green
and Mrs. Mary Eagleton, for a few
days. -
Dr. a,nd Mrs. W. V. Newsom are
planning to go to Clearwater in two
weeks for an extended visit to their
son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and
Mrs. R. D. Dodge. Dr. Newsom is
now able after a severe illness of
three months to walk around in his

room a little while each day. He has
a fairly good appetite and is able to
sleep, and with a trip to the west j

coast his physicians and family think
it will only be a matter of time be before
fore before his health will be restored.

Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Bennett and
young son returned yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon from a fortnight stay at their
grove at Pineola.
Dr. Ruth Arnold is the guest of
Mrs. Frances Collier, arriving this
afternoon from Tampa. After her
visit in Ocala, Dr. Arnold will return
to her home in Cincinnati.
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Mr. Tom McGuire is the week-end
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. McGuire at the Harrington, com coming
ing coming down from the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida last night.
Mrs. George Armstrong and daugh

ter Lucy will leave this afternoon or
tonight for their home in Savannah.
They have been fortnight guests of
Mrs. Armstrong's brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp, and
during their visit Mrs. Armstrong has
ben delightfully entertained by
friends.
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Mrs". Lee Miller, who has been
spending several days with her moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. S. A. Stanley, while superin superintending"
tending" superintending" the shipping of her furniture,
has returned to Whitney and will be begin
gin begin housekeeping right away. She
was accompanied by her young broth brother
er brother M. C. Stanley, who will spend sev several
eral several months with her, having accept accepted
ed accepted a position with Mr. Miller.

j which all were told to make a search
for the Easter egg which was con-j

cealed up in the chandelier. Fifteen!
nrnutes were then allowed for each!
guest to draw an "Easter hat" and
quite an array of art was displayed in
consequence."
In order to attend the strawberry
iete and parcel post sale given by the i
W. C. T. U. at the armory, the j
leaguers adjourned at an early hour,
much delighted with the pleasurable
affair and loud in their thanks to the I

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hostess and her family for their;
Christian courtesy.
The next league social was an-"
nounced as a Shakspere party on i
April 23.
The Passover
Ocala's Hebrew population in pre-!

paring for the celebration of the
Feast of the Passover which begins
Monday evening at sunset and con

tinues for seven days. Festival ser-1
vices will be held at the Jewish i
homes throughout the city.
The following account .of the feast I
has been prepared by the Jewish au-!
thorities: i
"Passover (Pesach) is the seven.'

days' festival observed by the Jew in
the early spring in commemoration
of the exodus from Egypt. In ancient

Jewish life it was the first of

Will yield big crops of corn, cane, cowpeas, velvet beans. ra-K peamis kuti.u, s.-m

ucaiuc raising Bermuda, Kliodes. rara, .Natal and other gras for hav and pasture

vmcsc crops aaiiaoie, cattle, siieep and hogs can have green food the year round.
Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of
Lake Okeechobee Are Now Ready for Cultivation
These lands do not need draining other than small ditches necessary on any farm. Make a trip
to Okeechobee on the new division of the Florida East Coast Railway without delav, and see for
yourself just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now only a trifle over twelve hours
journey from Jacksonville.
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Investigate This Wonderful Country While You
Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your Farm
You will findat unexcelled for general farming, livestock and poultry raising and fo growing all
kinds of vegetables common to Florida as well as the finest citrus fruit. This town ami eountrv
will grow at an amazing rate during the next few years. 'We also have excellent land and town
lots at Chuluota and Kenansville the former a fine lake section in Seminole County suited to
fruit growing, trucking and general farming, and the latter a fertile oine land eountrv in fkr.U

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vumu) tpcL-iaiiv auapieu 10 siock raising, general larming and iruit growing
full particulars to

Write todav for

J. E. INGRAHAM, Vice-Presideni

Land and Industrial Department, Florida East Coast Railway
Room 200 City Building ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

LOUS .-R.-CHAZAL' &-SONS 0.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT.

hearsed. Psalms of thanksgiving (Hal- j
lei) strike the keynote of the happy j
occasion. The services, interrupted j

the i for the family dinner, close with a i

three Pilgrim festivals, upon which f number of merry folk-songs, expres-;
every male Jew was required to pre-jsive of the character of the ceiebra-,
sent himself in person at the central I tion.
sanctuary in Jerusalem. Although the "During the week of the festival, ;
Passover has certain features in com- i unleavened bread is eaten instead of j
mon with the universal spring f esti- j the usual leaven. In orthodox homes,
val, it is its historical significance great care is taken that all traces off
whiqh gives it lasting vitality. I leaven be removed before the begin- j
i" "It is the great independence day of ning of the festival. Sets of dishes, j
the Jew, the first event in his national j otherwise unused, are provided."

da mental in all his thinkmc. too. ass Orlando on from Ocala ..........

evidenced by the frequent reference! In Leesburg last night the Ocala
to the great deliverance. JhnRw hall tm rAt Hnf nf thp

Holder Building
Telephone 228

P. O. Box 472
Ocala, Fla.

"The festival is ushered in by a
family service, called the Seder, at
which certain symbolic ceremonials

hands of its opponent the Cathederal
basket ball team of Orlando, with a

score of 10 to 20. From the very first

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are oobervea. r.acn participant; ana the "Wildcats" realized that victory
the lowliest is privileged to sit af thej was not their3 for the Orlando team
table that night is required to drink out.weighed them and had been
four cups of wine, m memory of the strenghtened considerably since play play-four
four play-four promises made by the Eternal to;ing in 0cala while on the other hand(
redeem Israel from bondage. their team was not at its best Though
"On the table are the unleavened j defeated, the girls enjoyed their stay
cakes (matzos), the shinbone of a)in Leesburg and the cordiality extend extend-lamb
lamb extend-lamb (roasted on the coals), com-ed them by everyone, and a dance at
memorative of the Paschal sacrifice, a i the jke View hotel after the game,
roasted-egg, a mixture of. apples andmade their visit most pleasant.
nuts (Charoseth), to symbolize the The "Wildcats" were lined up as
mortar with which the 'Egyptians j follows: Agnes Burford and Louise
made bitter the lives' of the fathers, j Spencer, centers; Callie Gissandaner
and bitter herbs (Maror), reminiscent fand Lniian Smith, forwards; Nettie
of the unhappy days m Egypt. i Camp and Kathleen Leitner, guards.
- "In song and story, the tale.of theiIn the second half Leslie Jackson sub-

oppression ana tne aenverance is re-: sf !ttltpfj fnr a tmps Rnrforrl and

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director end
Embalmcr

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

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla

" i stituted for Agnes Burford and to-

'iward the very last Alice Sexton sub-

i stituted for Nettie Camp.
Numbered among those witnessing
the game were the following Ocalans:
! Mrs. Thomas Sexton, Misses Nina
! and Carita Camp, Mabel MefTert,
Bertha Smith, Elizabeth Davis; and
Messrs Clarence Camp, Steven Jew-
; ett, Carlton Ervin, Hugh Geiger,
: John Richeyan IJpney and John Tar-
?ver. The crowd returned home last
: night and today.
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Will exchange city lots or a small farm for
a pair of Good Mules; If interested let me hear
from you at once.

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from a stay
River.

Juhan returned today
of a week at Crystal

Virginia Style
Smoked Hams
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER P3UND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice & Packing Co

Phone 34

j Miss Ellen Clarkson, after an ill-.
; ness of several days with grip, is
' convalescing.
Miss Sallie Spurlin has returned
to Lake Weir after enjoying a visit
of a week with Ocala relatives and
. friends.

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NORTH ami NORTHWEST
'OIXIE FLYER'. "DIXIE LIMITED". "SEMINOLE LIMITED SOUTil
ATLANTIC LIMITED, "MONTGOMERY ROUTE."
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Ocala girl,
source of

Mr. Frank Drake
for Jacksonville and

left last night
on his return

Antomobile Own

If your car needs PAINTING

me. If it needs brightening up use my

Mrs. Gay Livingston and young son
of Kissimmee are expected in Ocala
soon, to visit Mrs. I. F. Bennett. As
Miss Alta Pearson, Mrs. Livingston

was formerly a popular
and her visit will be a

pleasure to Jhefriecd

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Miss Hester Dewey will have as her i

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guest for a fortnight, beginning

Easter week. Miss Beatrice Wieneck

ie of Jacksonville. Miss Wieneckie

visited Miss Dewey several years, ago.

STANDARD RAILIIOAI OF THE SOUTH
Pullman cars Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville,
Indianapolis, Cleveland and intermediate points.
DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
For tickets and information call on Atlantic C :ne Ticket Agent, a
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
Jacksonville, Fla: Tampa,

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Messrs. Van Boney, Dick Stroud,

"AUTO PRESERVATION POLISH" j John Richey, John Tarver, Hugh Gei

ger and Carlton in the former's car
i witnessed the Orlando-Ocala basket basketball
ball basketball game last night in Leesburg. They
reached home at 1:30 this morning.

203 N. Main St. Phone 193 ;
OCALA, FLORIDA (Concluded on Pag-e Four)

aM save paint billsPrice $1.00.
T. D. DILLON

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Baltimore .
Washington
Philadelphia. .
New York. .

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Boston .
Buffalo .
Pittsburg
Chicago

Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on steamer.
Baltimore, Wednesday and Saturday, for Philadelphia Thur.-.
day. For tickets and other information, call on or addres s
LIEnCIIAHTS;& OIKEES lOMSPOnTMIC:;
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Mr. O. G. Olin the Kendrrck mer-i

chant is in the city today.
I This report is made from observa-
G lobe-Wernicke Cabinets and Safest tions kkken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
at The Murray Company. 25-3t. Weihe, official observer for the gov gov-,
, gov-, k ernment. Max. Min. R. F.

phone number is 284.
15-tf
Norris Box Candies at the Cox
Pharmacv are the best made. 19-tf.
Ledgers, Cash Books and Journals
at The Murray Company. 25-3t.
Mr. R. B. Bullock has resigned his
position as assistant recorder of the
city of Ocala.
Complete line of Paas' Easter egg
dyes every imaginable color, at The
Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
Subscribe for your magazine at
The Murray Company. 25-3t.
The Woodmen held their semi
monthly meeting, with a good attend
ance, last night.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Loose leaf memorandum books at
The Murray Company. 25-3t.
The Good Samaritan Army opens
its mission at No. 10 East Fort King
avenue this evening.
First of the season Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
The drugs used in our prescription
department are the btst to be had,
and ACCURACY is our watchword.
The Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
s Your
Orders For: ;
I Beams -Channels,
Angles and
All Shapes.
JSoiler 11 ate
Tank Steel,
Galvanized,
Copper and
Zinc Sheets.
Truss Rods,
Stay Bolts
Structural
Iron Work ... f
Of All Kind.
All Hard Woods.
Launches,
Dories and
Skiffs
Built to
Order.
Boilers and
Tanks Unlit
To Order.
Punfps for all
Purposes.
Competent Force
For Boad Work at all
Times.
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
WISHED SHE.::
:0ULD DIE
And Be Free From Her Troubles,
tut Finds Better W ay.
Columbia, Tenn. Many a time,"
says Mrs. Jessie Sharp, of this place,
"1 wished f would die and be relieved
of my (suffering, from womanly troubles.
( could not get up, without pulling a!
something to help me, and stayed in bed
most of-the time. 1 could not do my
bousework.
The least amount of work tired me
cut. My head would swim, and I would
tremble for an hour or more. Finally, 1
took Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I
am not bothered with pains any more,
and I don't have to go to bed. In fact,
J am sound and well of all my troubles."
Cardui goes to all the weak spots and
helps to make them strong. It acts with
naturenot against her. It is for tht
tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel
as if everything were wrong, and need
something to quiet their nerves and
strengthen the worn-out system.
If you are a woman, suffering from any
pf the numerous symptoms of woman)
"tfCtrbfe, take Cardui. It will help you.
At all druggists. :
Writ to: Chattanooga Medicine Go., Ldis
n Advisory Dept. Chartanoa, Tenn., for Steciat
' lnttrttrtion$ on your case and 64-pag book, "Home
Treatment for Women in plain wrapper. N.C 1S3
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I March 2 ....... ..65 37
March 3 ........... .62 51
! March 4 72, 56
j March 5 72 52
March 6 70 48
March 7 60 44
March 8 54 36
March 9 .'.60 38
March 10 65 45
March 11 70- 45
March 12 ...68 48
March 13 .. .....66 48
March 14 64 53
March 15 66 51
March 16 .....62 48
March 17 60 39
March 19 .......... .62 36
March 19 .......... .72 49
March 20 ......73 51
March 21 67 40
March 22 . ...60 46
March 23 . 59 30
March 24 .......... .01 38
j March 25 68 32
March 26 ... .'.. .76 38

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Local Forecast
Local rain tonight or Sunday in the
north. Generally fair in the central
and south portions.
Colder tonight north portion.
Mrs. Minnie Bostick, formerly in
the millinery business in this city, is
now in Fort Myers.
Mr. R. S. Rogers, of the Florida
Title & Abstract Corporation, has
been in South Florida for several days
on business for his company.
The Little Trained Nurse says: Get
your Easter egg dyes at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store,' 5 cents per
package. 24-9t
Mr. Louis Tupper is decorating the
street rche at the Seaboard depot
with an advertisement for the com coming
ing coming county fair.
W. K. Lane, 31. D. "Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, No so
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.
The finishing touches are being
added in the MoCola building and
they will hold their formal opening
about Wednesday. Mr. O'Farrel is a
hustler and when it comes to publicity
work for his company he is an adept.
Watch for" their announcement in a
few days.
The( Easter windows at Rheinauer's
are attracting much attention. The
west window, with its pretty design
made up of bright colored ribbons,
ferns, moss, etc., is especially unique
and shows the hand of an artist.
In another column of today's paper
will be seen the announcement of the
Court Pharmacy stating that after
the first of April they wilL serve cool
drinks, etc., for cash only. The charg charging
ing charging of these small accounts, makes
considerable work which the manage
ment does not feel is warranted by
the volume o business in this line.
Mr. C. A. Tremere of Belleview
was in town last night to attend he
meeting' of the Royal Arch Masons.
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
For Plumbing, tin work, guttering
and roofing call on P. A. Durand,
phone 494.s 3-26-lmo.
The most satisfying box of candy,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Stores only. 22-tf.
TO THE HOUSEWIFE
Madam, if your husband is like most
men he expects you to look after the
health of yourself and children.
Coughs and colds are the most com common
mon common of the minor ailments and are
most likely to lead to serious diseases.
A child is much more likely to con
tract dipntnena or scarlet fever when
it has a cold. If you will inquire into
the merits of the various remedies
that are recommended for coughs and
colds, you will find that Chamberlain's
Cough Remery stands high in the es estimation
timation estimation of people who use it. It is
prompt and effectual, pleasant and
safe to take, which are qualities espe especially
cially especially to be desired when a medicme
is intended for children. For sale by
all dealers. 3-l-15t
All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-ti
Secretary Rooney returned this
morning from the state good roads
meeting in St. Petersburg.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our &wn farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe, tf
FOR THE STOMACH AND LIVER
I. N. Stut.rt, West Webster, N. YM
writes: "I have used Chamberlain's
Tablets for disorders of the stomach
and liver off and on for the past five
years, and it affords me pleasure to
state that I have found them to be
just as represented. They are mild in
their action and the results have been
satisfactory. I value them hie-hlv."

jFor sale by all dealers. 3-l-15t

at the churches tomorrow

Baptist
(Rev. Bunyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m.- Sunday School.
11 a. m. Morning service.
Preaching by the pastor.
6:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. Evening service.
A hearty welcome awaits you.
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Methodist
(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Preaching.
Subject, "A Man with One Object."
2:30 p. m. Junior League.
3:30 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
Subject, "Type of Jesus."
All cordially invited. Strangers
J always welcome.
East Broadway Church
Disciples of Christ
(Roy B. Bowers, Minister)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Dr. R. T. Weaver, superintendent.
11 a. m. Sermon.
Mens Class of Religious Investigation
Christianity, independent thought,
charity, for opinion. Undenomination Undenominational.
al. Undenominational. Meets every Sunday at the East
Broadway church at 10 a. m. Also
monthly meetings with prepared pro program.
gram. program.
Episcopal
The Rt. Rev. Cameron Mann, D. D.,
bishop of the district of Southern
Florida, will make his annual official
visitation of the churches in and
around Ocala Sunday, Monday 'and
Tuesday of this week.
On Sunday morning, he will be at
Grace Church at 11 o'clock, St. James' ;
Mission at 4:30 p. m., and again at
Grace church at 7:30 p. m.
On Monday he goes to Eastlake to
hold service at the Chapel at Wood Wood-mar
mar Wood-mar at 3 p. m., and on Tuesday, he
will hold a service at Orange Lake,
at 9:30 a. m. The public is cordially
invited to attend these services. Con Confirmation
firmation Confirmation will be administered at the
morning service at Grace Church, ort
Sunday, March 28.
North Ocala Union Sunday School
Meets every Sunday afternoon 2:301
o clock. If you can t come, be sure
to send a substitute. ,
S. C. V. MEETING
The S. C. V. held a meeting last
night but owing to a small attend attendance
ance attendance the election of officers was post postponed.
poned. postponed. Mr. Alfred Ayer made an ad address
dress address in behalf of the U. C. V in re regard
gard regard to inviting the Veterans to meet
in Ocala next October. It was decided
that the S. C. V. would unite with the
Board of Trade and the U. C. V. in
extending an invitation 'to the veter veterans
ans veterans to meet in-Ocala next October.
FROM GIRLHOOD TO OLD
AGE WOMEN ARE HELPED
At the first symptoms of any de derangement
rangement derangement of the feminine organism
at any period of life the one safe,
really helpful remedy is Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription.
Tens of thousands of women have
taken it with unfailing success for
every conceivable ailment and disease
of a womanly nature. It is a woman's
temperance medicine and its ingredi ingredients
ents ingredients are published on wrapper.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
is a true friend to women in times of
trial and at times of pain when the
organs are not performing their func functions.
tions. functions. For headache, backache, hot
flashes, catarrhal ... condition, bearing
down sensation, mental depression,
dizziness, fainting spells, lassitude
and exhaustion women should never
fail to take this tried and true wom women's
en's women's medicine.
Prepared from nature's roots and
herbs, it contains no alcohol nor nar narcotics,
cotics, narcotics, nor any harmful ingredient.
Medicine dealers everywhere have it
on hand in either tablet or liquid
form at all times. If you want a spe specialist
cialist specialist in women's diseases to diag diagnose
nose diagnose your case absolutely free of
charge, write Dr. Pierce, Invalids'
Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., today. 136 136-page
page 136-page book on women's diseases sent
free. Adv.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the
original little liver pills. These tiny.
sugar-coated, anti-bilious granules
the smallest and the easiest to take
One little pellet for a laxative three
for a cathartic. Sick headache, bilious
headache, constipation, indigestion,
bilious attacks, ajd all derangements
of the liver, stomach and. bowels are
prevented and relieved..
Put up in sealed vials a perfect
vest-pocket remedy, always conven
ient, fresh and reliable.
RECOMMENDS CHAMBER CHAMBERLAIN'S
LAIN'S CHAMBERLAIN'S CGDGH REMEDY
"I take pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain s Cough Remedy to my
customers because I have confidence
in it. I find that they are pleased
with it and call for it when again in
need of such a medicine," writes J. W.
Sexson, Montevallo, Mo. For sale by
ali dealers. 3-1-lot
Have your choice Pabst 's creamy
"bock" or Pabst's Blue Ribbon on
draft, at Johnny's. 6-tf
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
BEST TREATMENT
OK CONSTIPA1 ION
"My daughter used Chamberlain's
Tablets for constipation with good re
sults and 1 can recommend them high highly,"
ly," highly," writes Paul B. Rabin, Brushly, La.
For sale by all dealers. 3-l-15t
3L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
; CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on all Con Con-ract
ract Con-ract Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the Citv.

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Miss Minnie Stovali left for Tampa
on the limited tojlayin response to
that her father, E&tw-'W. F. Stovali, j
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was very ill.
icompanied their mother. Mrs. T. H.I
Wallis home vesterday from Brook Brook-lyn,
lyn, Brook-lyn, N.Y.
S' .
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' Tvlrand Mj, T. P. Drake, of Yala Yala-ha
ha Yala-ha were ueltijof the Harrington to today.
day. today. The Methodist sewing circle will
hold its Easter bazaar Thursday,
April 1st, on the Ocala House porch.
Fancy work and home made candies
will be sold.
JUNIOR MISSIONARY SOCIETY
The Junior Missionary Society will
render the following program at the
Presbyterian church tomorrow eve evening
ning evening at 7:30 o'clock:
Opening marching song, "Listen to
the Shepherd's Call" By juniors.
Hymn, by the congregation.
Prayer, by Dr. McMullen.
Missionary hymn, by juniors.
Recitation by Reece Hunnicut.
Flower motion song by six little
girls, Carrie Spencer, Elizabeth Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, Mea Dozier, Emmie and Gene Genevieve
vieve Genevieve Haile and Virginia Neeley.
Recitation, "The Best She Knew"
Webster Gillen.
Song, "'Always Helping Some-
where" Juniors.
Short talk by Rev.-McMillan.
Little light, by fourteen boys and
girls.
Song, "Merry Missionaries" Reece
Hunnicut, Lynne Hollinrake.
Recitation, "Love" Westlake Hol Hollinrake.
linrake. Hollinrake. Song, "Good-Night"-Juniors.
Mrs. S.. P. Hollinrake drilled the
class and Miss Anna McDowell is in
charge of the music.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR 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. 16-14t
FOR RENT Six room cottage on
Tuscawilla street between primary
and high schools. Apply to Mrs.
R. D. Fuller. 6-tf
FOR SALE One well broken and
trained Shetland Pony, wagon and
buggy, with harness, cheap for
cash. J. D. Rooney.
FOR SALE Barred Rock eggs for
hatching. H. S. Wesson, Ocala,
Fla. 2-22-lm
FOR SALE Large white chrysan chrysanthemum
themum chrysanthemum plants, 30 cents per dozen.
Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No.' 1 South Fifth
street. 24-tf-
-WANTED Want good tenant for
50-acre farm, 3 miles of Martel;
good buildings. Vaughn, 707 Bis Bis-bee
bee Bis-bee Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. 25-2t
FOR EXCHANGE I will exchange
property in any state for your Flo Florida
rida Florida property. Exchange, 707 Bis Bis-bee
bee Bis-bee Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. 25-2t
FOR' RENT Well locaced and nicelj
. furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial ; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-tf
FOR RENT Two story, ten room
house corner Watula and E. Adams
streets. Possession given at once.
Apply to W. E. Davis, at the. Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe & Chambliss National Bank. 4-tf
FOR RENT My suburban home in
the southwestern part of town,
, with two acres of ground; rates
reasonable to the right party. C.
P. Howell, Ocaia, Fla. 2-5-tf
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts,J all
heart, any quantity. George" W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
FOR RENT Two connecting rooms,
furnished; one, two or three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
at residence of Mrs. A. M. Perry,
Herbert street. 3-18-tf
FOR RENT Furnished room with all
conveniences i in private family,
three blocks from courthouse on Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue; very reasonable to
a permanent occupant. Address,
"Room," careEvening Star. 24-6t
ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished
. rooms. Apply 610 Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, or phone 471. 24-6t
WANTED A wall tent, about 16, 18
or 20 feet; must be in good order
and cheap. Box 265. 17-6t-
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. 25-6t
WANTED Experienced lady steno
grapher desires, permanent position.
Address, Stenographer, Care the
Star. 24-4t

THE MARKETS

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Rt' Rev- Cameron Mann., D. D.A
bishop of Southern Florida, will pay g
his official visit to the St. James Epis-
copal church, colored, Rev. E. Irvine j S
George, B. A., vicar, tomorrow (Palm j
3unaay) at 4:30 p. m. it!
The Altar Guild of the church is
making elaborate preparations for a
four-night bazaar during Easter week.
Smoke Cuban Club 5c. Cigar.
SOUVEMIIt FOE

Gadson has just returned from the New York mar marketwhere
ketwhere marketwhere he personally selected thislarge Spring and
Summer Stock of Dry Goods, Shoes and Ready-to-wear
Goods for Men, Women and Children.

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