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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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n THE MEANTIME, THE ALLIED
Petrograd, M arch 20. The Rus Russian
sian Russian Blacky Sea fleet has begun its
long threatened attack upon the Bos Bos-phorus,
phorus, Bos-phorus, eighteen miles from Constan Constantinople.
tinople. Constantinople. After driving back into the
straits the Turkish fleet, it opened
fire again Sunday against the forts
on both the European and Asiatic
titles. -,: 'V, S-
A1 large. Turkish ship which was
cut off in the Black Sea and later
tried to make its way into the Bos Bos-phorus,
phorus, Bos-phorus, was-' sunk. This is believed to
have been one of the vessels of the
Turkish fleet, but the identity of the
ship has not been ascertained
The Russian fleet is believed to be
continuing the bombardment of the
Bosphorus forts today but the only in information
formation information issued at the admiralty re relates
lates relates to the attack of Sunday.
ALLIED FLEET RENEWS ITS
- ATTACK r
London,' March 29. The general
bombardment of the Turkish forts
along the Dardanelles was resumed at
9 o'clock Sunday morning' by the re reinforced
inforced reinforced Anglo-French fleet. For
more than five hours, she lis were
hurled from the heavy guns of the
international fleet against the Turk Turkish
ish Turkish forts on the -narrows.' The; weather
is excellent for naval operations and
shells in indirect fire burst at the
rate of three a minute.
The new defensive work3 which the
jTurks erected at Kum-Kale during the
jrecent cessation of' hostilities were
:;et on fire. ; ..
j About 11 o'clock, i'fter 'severe fire
;against Kilo Bah r, the Turkish guns
at that pcint became sibnt.
PAYS TO 0E A PYTHIAN
Nathan Cohen Rescued from his Dire
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1 Predicament by His Brother V
I Knights ... ;
j New York, March 28. Nathan Co Co-ien,
ien, Co-ien, who, as an insane person, trav traveled
eled traveled more than 33,000 miles on a $45
teamship ticket, because neither this
bountry, from which he was deported
,ior Brazil,- from where he emigrated,
Would admit him, has ended his trav travels.
els. travels. He was to have started back to
Orazil on his fourth round trip aboard
the steamer Vasari yesterday, but
lis friends took him off five minutes
cfore the vessel sailed. They present presented
ed presented a stay to the order of deportation
ecu red at Washington. 1
It was learned severah days ago
;hat a man by the name of Nathan
pohen was a member of the Knights
If Pythias lodge in Jacksonville, Fla.
representative of the lodge came
ere and found out the Cohen detain detained
ed detained aboard the Vasari was the same
lan. It was then ascertained that
pohen became insane after his en en-rance
rance en-rance to this country as the result
if a series of business troubles. Immi Immi-rration
rration Immi-rration officials at Washington there there-pon
pon there-pon granted the stay.,
Cohen was taken to Ell iss Island and
Vill be released as soon as bond can
q arranged.
TROUBLING THE
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HARVESTER TRUST
Washington, March 29. -Attorney-general
Gregory today filed a brief in
e supreme court asking affirmation
f the decree of the federal district
urt finding the International Har Har-ester
ester Har-ester Co. a combination, in restraint
f trade and ordering it dissolved. ...
ECEIVER ASKED FOR
GEORGIA & FLORTDA ROAD
Augusta, March 29 A petition ask ask-;;
;; ask-;; a receiver be appointed was to to-.y
.y to-.y filed against the Georgia & Flor-
a Railroad.. Lancaster Williams of
dtimore is president of the G. & F.
PROFESSOR HENDERSON
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-;n,' professor in the Univer Univer-,
, Univer-, : Chicago, died this morning. He
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BULLETS FROM MEXICAN GUNS
FLYING ACROSS THE
BORDER
Brownsville, Tex., March 28. An
unexpected attack from the south Aate
yesterday caused the Villa forces to
cease their attack upon Matamoras, j
opposite here, but in the meantime j
stray shots had crossed the border!
and slightly wounded two persons in i
Brownsville.
Two persons were struck by shots
falling in the residence section. They
were Mrs. Luciano Hiajosola wound wounded
ed wounded in the foot, and Jose M. Lopez,
wounded in thfe arm. Numerous bul bullets
lets bullets are said to have fallen here.
SHOOTING MUST STOP
Washington, March 29. The war
department is considering sending ad additional
ditional additional troops to Brownsville to pre prevent
vent prevent the town i being "shot up" by
Mexicans, battling at Matamoras,
acr0c5 the Rio Grande. Villa and
Carranza have been warned that fir firing
ing firing into Brownsville will not be tol tolerated.
erated. tolerated. ,
Shooting needn't stop
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No additional troops will be order ordered
ed ordered to Brownsville, it ws announced
from the war department, this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The scuadron of cavalry, ma machine,
chine, machine, gun company and battery of
field artillery there now is deemed
sufficient.
AMERICANS HAD BETTER MOVE
EAST
Brownsville, March 29. Villa's
forces are expected to begin to shell
Matamoras shortly. This will greatly
increase the danger on the. American
side. Only desultory firing t oclay.
HOSPITAL NOTES
Mrs. Roland Keating was taken to
the hospital Saturday. She is doing
very well today.
Mr. G. R. Hunter andv Mrs. Fland
ers are new patienls today.
Mrs. Green and baby returned to
their home today.
Mrs. Peyton Liddell is doing as well
as can be expected.
SPLENDID NEW CARS
ON THE SEABOARD
Editor Star: I have just received a
letter from Mr. G. Z. Phillips, A. G.
P. A., Jacksonville, Fla., stating that
we are now operating on our trains
3 and 4 between Jacksonville and
VvTashingtbnf D. C, free reclining
:hair cars. These cars are all solid
steel and will each accommodate 85
people comfortably; they have large
smoking compartments partitioned off
from the main body of the cars and
are lighted with electricity. We -will
soon have all of our trains between
Jacksonville and Washington equipped
with these cars. These cars are of
the latest type and will afford our
patrons excellent service.
John Boisseau,
City Passenger Agent.
PLANT TO BE ENLARGED
The. electrical supply plant of Mr.
A. E. Gervais on South Lime street
is shortly to be enlarged. The pres present
ent present facilities of the plant have been
outgrown by the constant increase of
business. It is also possible that the
location will be moved from Lime
stre"et to a point iri North Ocala more
accessible to the four railroads enter entering
ing entering the city. The plans for the new
building are partly finished and work
will probably be begun on it within
the coming sixty days.
All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and 'sorghum, now in and for sale
by the. Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf.
Smoke Cuban CluK 5c Cigar.

OCALA, FLOKIDA, MONDAY; MAKCH 29, 1915

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FIGHTING FOR LIVES
OF MEN IN F-4
Impossible to Raise -Ill-Fated Craft in
Time from Bed of the Ocean
,. Honolulu, March 28. Hope that the
submarine F-4 would be raised before
nightfall faded yesterday afternoon
when a chain loop attached to the dis disabled
abled disabled craft snapped and she settled
back again to the ocean bed. The most
optimistic of the naval officials here
conceded last night there was no re reasonable
asonable reasonable chance of any of the sub submarine's
marine's submarine's crew of twenty-one being
taken out alive.
The powerful dredger California
lifted the F-4 fifty feet before the mis mishap
hap mishap occurred which plunged the sub submarine
marine submarine back into the lips of the ocean
crater in .which it is believed to have
lodged. Fresh efforts were immedi immediately
ately immediately begun to get another hold on
the hulk.
Owing to the great depth fifty
fathoms -of the submarine's resting
placo and the peculiar formation of
the ocean's floor the task of passing
chains under the vessel is extremely
difficult. Divers cannot work effec effectively
tively effectively at that depth and the casting
about for a hold is necessarily hap
hazard.
As soon as the F-4 is elevated to
a point where divers can operate,
lifting chains will be made fast to
her bow and stern and then it will
e comparatively easy to bring the
vessel to the surface.
The. rescuers worked with 'feverish
haste, spurred by confident predic predictions
tions predictions of officers that life still would
be found in some of F-4's crew if
the boat could be raised before night.
There were numerous heart-break-ng
mishaps. 4Once a cable, groaning
with dead weight of the hulk, sud suddenly
denly suddenly sagged, releasing its hold on
the F-4. Later just after a chain
had been successfully passed under
the vessel, it slipped off the smooth
plates. The disappointment of t the
workers reached its climax when the
hulk, after having been raised fully
fifty feet, again shook off the chain
and sank. The submarine had then
been, under water more than fifty fifty-four
four fifty-four hours.
Air bubbles rising to the surface
were taken" to indicate that at least
one of the F-4's three compartments
had burst.
Dewa was Distressed
Admiral Baron Shifiito Dewa, re returning
turning returning to his home in Japan after a
visit to the United States, was a pas passenger
senger passenger on the steamship Nippon Maru,
which passed late last night near the
place outside the harbor where ves vessels
sels vessels were attempting to raise the sub submerged
merged submerged F-4. He was so affected by
the news of the, accident that as soon
as he landed in Honolulu he cabled
the following message to Secretary
Daniels of the navy department:
, "Shocked learn accident submarine
F-4. Please accept sincere condolence
r.ad accident your navy. Earnestly
hope brave men in ship will be saved."
A large shipment of Norris Candies
just received at the Court Pharmacy.
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S inSTRUCTIOHS
tilEIIT OF
Rome, March 29. Martial law will
be effective throughout Italy April
1st. The military authorities will
take over all telegraph and telephone
lines and the railroads. A rigorous
censorship has been ordered. Mobili Mobilization
zation Mobilization orders are expected at any
moment.
MEETING OF TWO GREAT IJEII
Wilson and Taft Join in Paying Hon-!
or to the Women of the Civil
War
Washington, March 28. President
Wilson and former President Taft
were central figures here yesterday at
the laying of the corner stone of an
$S00,000 marble home for the Ameri American
can American Red Cross, erected as a merrioriab
to the women of the Civil war. They
knelt together to spread mortar be between
tween between the corner stone.
A distinguished gathering including
members of the cabinet and the Su-j
preme Court and officers of the navy;
and army attended the c&jemony. Mr.i
Taft, Assistant Secretary Brecken-:
ridge, of the war department, Miss
Mabel T. Boardman of the Red Cross
and Justice Lamar, of the supreme
court, spoke. The president personally:
supervised the laying of- the corner
stone. .
Mr. Taft referred to the building
as "a concrete evidence of;the remov removal
al removal of the scars of our sectional, con con-fl'ct
fl'ct con-fl'ct and of the complete union of the
people of our republic." He praised
the Red Cross as offering to "the peo people
ple people of the United States a certain and
effective means of relieving human
misery in their own country and in
the' world."
Moral Rather Than Physical
Mr. Taft declared the new struc structure
ture structure would be a "memorial of the
past and, an earnests of the future;
adding that "it-, is a-: recognition of
moral rather than physical suffering,
agony and service and therefore of a
higher sacrifice even than that of
men in war."
"It is a loving testimonial not only
to the patriotism of women," he con continued,
tinued, continued, 'but to the silent 'tenacity of
their gentle sympathy and affection
for their fellow beings of whom the
love of the mother, the sister and
the daughter are types."
Miss Boardman gave credit to Capt.
James A. Scrymser of New York for
making, the building possible. Capt.
Scrymser gave money for the struc structure
ture structure she said because the wife of one
of his comrades inx the Civil war,
Gen. Francis C. Bartow, served as a
nurse during the warl
Mr. Breckenridge and' Justice La Lamar
mar Lamar praised the work of women of
the North and South during the Civil
war. Justice Lamar declared that the
work of these women "was pre-emi
nently that which belongs to the housej
and the home and it is most appro appropriate
priate appropriate that this monument to women
should be a house."
Lees Daughter Present
Miss Mary Custis Lee, daughter of
the famous Confederate leader, Robert
E. Lee, was present at the ceremony.
31EDAL CONTEST
There will be a Medal Contest held
at Fessenden Academy on Tuesday
night, March 30th. Eight of the stu students
dents students wrill contest for the silver medal
to Presented by the Kendrick W.
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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 wil' give
you a Perfect Fit, the finest you. ever had en your back, or hand back your
money; That is the English WooIen.Mills method of doing business. Its
the ethod that guarantees the utmost clothes value for your money.

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ITALY
FIGHTING
BOTH FROHTS
FAVORABLE TO SOLDIERS
THE FATHERLAND
OF
Berlin, March 29 The Germans are
forcing the Russians out of East Prus Prussia
sia Prussia and invaded Russian territory.
German troops stormed Taurrogen,
taking 300 prisoners and captured a
thousand Russians in the district of
Krasnopl. General Von Kluck was
wounded at the western front by a
bursting shell. His wound is not ser serious.
ious. serious. FHB1GH VICTORIOUS
III TWO FIGHTS
Attacked Germans at Ypres and Re Repulsed
pulsed Repulsed Them Severely at
Espargos
Paris, March 29. The German ob observation
servation observation post at Ypres was blown up
by a mine.
The Germans made a violent atack
attempting to retake the trenches
lost at Espargos, but were repulsed.
SOME COLONIAL GUESTS
The following strangers are stop stopping
ping stopping at the Colonial Hotel, the pop popular
ular popular little "Gold Seal" house so pret prettily
tily prettily located on Magnolia street, owned
and managed by Mr. and Mrs. II. C.
Jones, naniely:- Dr. 'and Mrs. P N.
Crane and little son of Brooklyn, N.
Y. Mr. and- Mrs. G. C. Edmunds, Mr.
and Mrs. G, T. Ward of Aurora, 111,;
Mr. and Mrs. McGary of Elizabeth Elizabeth-town,
town, Elizabeth-town, Ky.; Florence L Van .Wagoner
of Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Mrs. M. C.
Freeze of Highlands, N. Y.; Mrs. Den Denning
ning Denning of New-York City; Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Williams of New York; Messrs.
N., T. Mitchell and N. R. Dehon of
Albany, Ga. Most of these guests,
upon leaving the city, will go out via
the Silver Springs Daylight Route.
Saturday the Griner Farm school,
five miles out on the Anthony road,
concluded a successful school year,
with appropriate exercises and picnic
dinner from which the citizens of the
community and many, from nearby
vicinities assembled. Mrs. Bassett
and Miss Crago, the teachers were
the recipients of many deserved com compliments
pliments compliments on their record for the year,
Splendid addresses were made by
Prof. Spencer, of the University of
Florida, Mrs. J.R. Moorhead, coun
ty canning club agent, Mr. S. J. Mc Mc-Cully,
Cully, Mc-Cully, corn club agent, and Mr. J. H.
Brinson, superintendent of public in instruction.
struction. instruction. This school enjoys the dis distinction"
tinction" distinction" of being the first in the coun county
ty county to organize a canning club and
Mrs. Moorhead invited the club mem members
bers members to hold their April meeting with
her. The invitation wai unanimously
accepted. A special feature cf the
day was the singing of the club song,
written by Mrs. CaV con of Oak.
Try one of thoe frosted pints ff
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FORCES OF CZAR ALSO ACTIVE AND SUCCESSFUL OH Ti!E
. POLAND

Petrograd, March 29. Pouring
through Dukla Pass, three Russian
army corps of 120,000 men have cap captured
tured captured five Hungarian towns in the dis
trict of Saros, according to advices j
received by the war office today from!
the Carpathian front.
While all eyes are directed toward
the Carpathians and the invasion of
Hungary, two new Russian victories
in Poland are officially reported, one
on the Skwa and another near the
Pilica river.
SUBMARINE SUNK
Petrograd, March 29 Two German
submarines were sunk by the Rus Russians
sians Russians in the Baltic Sea and two others
probably destroyed, states an admir admiralty
alty admiralty report today.
TRYING TO TAKE TAMPICO
Villa Leading his Men to Confidently
Expected Victory
Ebano, Mexico, March 29. Thirty
thousand Villistas have received or orders
ders orders to make the final move against
Tampico.' Each of the 30,000 men
knows that General Villa means that
his attacking forc6 is to take the port
or itself be wiped out. ;
General Felipe Angeles will be in
absolute command of the artillery
forces while Villa will ride at the head
of the cavalry and infantry armies
and will direct the attack in person..
WEAVER DOING GOOD WORK
Dr. R. T. Weaver, state organizer!
of the Florida Marketing, Bureau,
met with the Hernando Truckers As Association
sociation Association at" BrooksvilJe Saturday,
and quite a few of the truckers of
that section joined the bureau.""
Dr. Weaver says that the growers
cf that section are very enthusiastic
on the proposition of a joint move movement
ment movement toward the better marketing of
their products.
While in Hernando county Dr.
Weaver visited the farm of Dr. By By-stra,
stra, By-stra, located a short distance east of
Brooksville, and says that for real
scientific farming he has not seen 4ts
superior anywhere. Hundreds of acres
of green fields of GO to 80 acres each
are being cultivated; fruit trees by
the thousands are being planted; -live
stock of every kind is to be found on
the place and could not look finer; all
the machinery used is of the very best
that can be secured for economically
cultivating the soil and harvesting the
crops. He says that Dr. Bystra does
not waste time "cultivating" stumps,
as every one has been removed from
his farm.
GET TOGETHER SOCIAL
The lGth of April is the date that
has been set and advertised for the
W. C. T. U. social to be given at the
Baptist church, beginning at 7:30
o'clock, promptly. A choice program
is being arranged, which will be fol followed
lowed followed by a social hour. Each mem member
ber member of the W. C. T. U. is asked to
consider herself a committee of one
to advertise thir event and do all ir.
her power to make it an enjoyable
success. There will be no charges,
no collection. All citizens cordially
invited. Fuller particulars later.
Watch for them. Committee.
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3Iouih of the Bristol Channel
- Cardiff, Wales, March 29. The
British steamship Aquilla was sunk
by German submarines off Bishop's
Rock this morning. The crew va
saved.
Eight Went Down uith their S! -;;
Eight were drowned when the Wo t
African mail steamer Falsba vats tor torpedoed
pedoed torpedoed in the mouth of Brisotl chan channel
nel channel Sunday. Others landed from small
boats. In earlier dispatch the name
read quilla, not Argula. The crew was
save
MR. KEA AND FAMILY
WILT, MOVE TO HAWTHORN
Mr. J. W. Kea has ,o!d his horn horn-in
in horn-in the first ward to Mr. L. E. Wal Walworth
worth Walworth of Hawthorn and with his fam family
ily family will leave Ocala on.. Wednefda.r,
going themselves to Hawthorn, vhoie
they have bough t-20-room hotel and
will make their .home nT-that .pretty
little town. """'"--
Mr, Kea and family have resided in
Ocala for eleven years, and the child children
ren children were all bom and raised here.
They have been valued citizens and
have hundreds cf friends who will re regret
gret regret their departure. Mr. Kea will
continue traveling for the A. M. -inson
Co., of Atlanta, gent;' furra. -ings
being his line.
Their new home is beautifully eq equated
uated equated "on an elevation overlooks ;
a pretty lake of 15 acres, deep a. 1
clear and filled with fish, and the fam family
ily family expect to be most delightfully
uated in their new home.
POSTA L PROGRESS
Big Telegraph Company Rapidly Ex Extending
tending Extending Lines and Increasing
Business
Bushnell, March. 29. Business mm.
of this section are rejoicing over t!;.?
advent of the Postal Telegraph Com Company
pany Company to this city. Offices have hem
established at the store and resider.:?
of I. II. Hay?, ?nd both day and night
service can be obtained, with direct
communication to all large cities.
Within the next week service will '.c
commenced at Webster, Ccr.tor 1I'J,
Wildwocd and Coleman.
The opening of an cfilee at Bu:-hn -11
Saturday by the Postal 'Telegraph 'Telegraph-Cable
Cable 'Telegraph-Cable Company makes a total of five
ofilces established by th?t company
on its new line between Tampa and
Jacksonville during the month of
March. Other'ofXices previously open opened
ed opened are: Dade City, Zephyrhill?, L'r .-tey
tey .-tey and Starke. The work on this lire
is being rapidly pushed to comple completion
tion completion and offices will be opened at Web Webster,
ster, Webster, Center Hill, Colcrr.an, Wi' ). ,.
and Williston within the next ten day.
Just say "bock" at J..hr.ny-. They'll
know what you mean.
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l section of. territory north of a line
I running from Midia west to Maritsa.
i Midia is a town on the Black Sea,
j seventy miles north of Constantinople,
and the proposed change in frontier
j would bring the Bulgarian boundary
i line to' within sight of Adrianople,
j which was taken by the Bulgarians
and Servians in 1912, but which was
j reoccupied by the Turks when the

Balkan allies fell out the next year.
It is understood that the allies have
offered Bulgaria all that remains of
Turkey in Europe, except Constanti Constantinople,
nople, Constantinople, which is to go to Russia. It is
not likely that the Bulgarians will ac accept
cept accept anything from Turkey, which
does not include Adrianople, which is
one of the holy cities of Islam and
greatly treasured by the Ottomans.

last North Sea battle, the narrator
says: "In the following year, Beatty
took a rest and married." As it was
entirely unnecessary to add that Beat Beatty
ty Beatty hadn't had any rest since, he did
not do so.

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state convention at Palatka Saturday.

They had a pleasant and profitable H

session, and were most hospitably en-
tertained by the good people of the j g
Gem City. :
The meeting of next year will be

(Miami Metropolis) held in Daytona. Ocala showed upH
Before the end of next January well in the election of officers, which j U

j the whistle of a train from Fort My-j resulted as follows: H
j ers will blow in Miami. I President, A. S. Wiliiard, Palatka; tl

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all Cigars Tobacco, Ci'Jarottcs. Ice Cieam and
Cold Drinks will be sold for

There will be a lot of surprise
parties in Europe in the next few
weeks.

The socialists claim that the war in
Europe has set their cause forward
fifty years.
A woman likes to fhave her medi medicine
cine medicine coated with sugar and a man
wants his soaked in whisky.
Our peace advocates are laboring
strenuously to make war less deadly
- for any enemies we, may have. But
more deadly for us.

Admiral Peary says it is our (Am (American)
erican) (American) destiny to -rule North Amer America.
ica. America. We rule nearly all of it that is
worth ruling now.

It is reported that the Hon. Champ

Clark intends to be a candidate for
the democratic presidential nomina nomination
tion nomination next year. The Star sincerely

hopes he will not obtain it.

British soldiers who have been

fighting all winter in the mud of
southwest Belgium say the name of

the country should be changed from

Flanders to Flounders.

Messrs. Crosby and Henderson, Ma

rion's two representatives, will have
their quarters at the Butler House in

Tallahassee during the meeting of the
legislature. They will room together

and work together.

or 50 miles off, march it across a
stretch of country defended only by
our ridiculously small army and take

the city in the rear, where there are

no forts. And so he could do with any

of our coast cities.

MUCH PLEASED WITH MIAMI

Dr. M.-C. Izlar, one of our pro

gressive young dentists, has shown
the Star an article on oral hygiene in
the Journal of the National Dental

Association. The article goes ex

haustively into the necessity of look

ing after the teeth of public school
children. Thirty or forty years ago,
no attentionrwhatever was paid to

this important subject if a scholar
had good teeth, or parents able to
look after them, he or she got along
very well; if not, the pupil had to
suffer. Bad teeth Were not consider considered
ed considered any reason for poor scholarship,
let alone any of the other troubles
that a dentist never noticed then, but
which a dental surgeon has to under understand
stand understand now. Ocala has made some
progress in this direction the city
physician inspects the teeth of the
children in the primary school, and
when he finds defective teeth warns
the child's parents of the trouble.
Often the warning is heeded, but
sometimes it is not. Parents do not
yet fully understand what a great
handicap to children are defective
teeth, but they are realizing it more
and more every day. t

Among the Ocala representatives in
Miami at the present time are Mrs.
Van Hood and daughter, Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Porter, and Mrs. Home. Miss
Porter is in Miami as a representative
of the Ocala Star, and with her moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. Van Hood, is enjoying everv
minute of her stay. Yesterday aft

ernoon, Judge Billingsley and Mrs.
Billingsley took the party for a ride
which the visitors declare they found
most delightful. Miamians are always
glad to hear of further boosters for
this section, and Miss Porter announces-her
intention of becoming
one. Miami Metropolis.

Mrs. Hood, Miss Porter and Miss
Jefferson Bell, who was also a repre representative
sentative representative of the Star, and the other
visitors to Miami, returned home today.

The editor of "the Star had the
pleasure Friday of seeing that great
industrial enterprise, the plant of the
Florida Power Company on the With With-lacoochee,
lacoochee, With-lacoochee, and will try to give a de description
scription description of that excellent institution
in tomorrow's paper.

The United States has no coast de-

fensesJLtffsharbor defenses, but

nousanas 01 miles 01 its coasts are

entirely undefended. An enemy would
not attack the forts of New York. He
would land his army on the coast 25

Every day or so a German sub submarine
marine submarine torpedoes an Allies' merchant
ship, and every third or fourth day,
the Allies announce they. have sunk a
submarine. There is never any doubt
about the sinking of the merchant
ships, but there is generally, consid considerable
erable considerable doubt about sinking the sub submarines.

Dispatches of the last few days
show that Germany, Turkey and the
allies are busy bidding for the sup support
port support of Bulgaria, with the prospects
in favor of the allies. The Turks are
reported to have offered Bulgaria as
the price of continued neutrality, a

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of the corn fields
In the growt h 01 corn there is a period when the
kernels are plumped out with a vegetable milk, most
nutritious. As it slowly ripens this hardens and
finally becomes almost flinty.
Only this part of the corn is used in making Post
Toasties, the husk, germ and all waste being rejected.
This nutritious part is cooked, seasoned "just
right' rolled and toasted to a crackly golden-brown
crispness Post Toasties the

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And 'they cost no more than the ordinary "corn
flakes." Insist upon having Post Toasties.
sold by Grocers everywhere.

The Germans are said to be trying
to induce the Spanish to help them,

promising Gibraltar and Tangier to
Spain as rewards. What a Spanish
army could do to the French with a
rear attack across the Pyrennees
would be a plenty. It would make
the Allies a lot of trouble, but would
probably end in Spain losing more
territory instead of gaining ir.
The objection of Messrs. R. C.
Camp and R. L. Anderson, Jr., to
validation of the city electric .bonds,
which case was decided by circuit
court Judge Bullock, in favor of the
city, has been appealed to the state
supreme court by the objectors. The
supreme court will give the case a
hearing in June.

The Florida Press Association,
which was in session in Miami last
week, elected C O. Codrington, of
the DeLand News, president. An ex excellent
cellent excellent choice Mr. Codrington is an
enterprising and independent journal journalist,
ist, journalist, and was almost born to the pro profession.
fession. profession. The next meeting of the as association
sociation association will be in Kissimmee.

Senator Bryan has not had much to
say about hi3 candidacy for renomina renomina-tion
tion renomina-tion But, remembering how he tore
Mr. Blount's record to pieces six
years ago, we have no doubt that he
will make it hot for his adversaries
when the campaign opens.

A positive statement to this effect
was made this morning by W. J. Hi Hi-lands,
lands, Hi-lands, trustee of the Fort Myers,
Marco Bay & Miami railroad, survey
for which was started on Monday of
this week. Mr. Hilands has spent the
week here quietly looking over the
situation and completing arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for the entrance of the rail railroad
road railroad into Miami.
He would not say by what route
the new steam line will enter the
citv. He did say, however, that tkere

is now no question in the world about
the railroad being built; that it was
financed before the war broke out;

that it has behind it such men as R.
S. Hall of Ocala, and that it would
tap one of the most valuable cypress
forests in the United States.
For ten months preliminary sur surveys
veys surveys have been in progress on this
railroad. Mr. Hilands and his engi engineers
neers engineers have been in Miami several
times during this period, and for three
weeks previous to his visit here one

of Mr. Hilands agents spent his time
in this city "lining up things." Mr.
Hilands with Mr. Hall will return to
this city in about ten days to con continue
tinue continue conferences with Miami capital capitalists.
ists. capitalists. Following the west coast from Fort
Myers to Marco Bay-r-one of the best
harbors on the west coast, according

to Mr. Hilands, with from 28 to 22
feet of water inside the bar, which
will pass a vessel drawing 12 feet at
low tide the railroad will leave the
west coast and strike straight east
across the peninsula between town townships
ships townships 51 and 52 -until it reaches the
Miami canal, the banks of which it

will follow to Miami. It is possible j
that a branch will follow the North
New river canal to Fort Lauderdale,
as well.
The road will be about 150 miles
long, and will cost about $15,000 per
mile. Construction work will start
as soon as the permanent survey has
been completed. This survey will re require
quire require about three months, as the

work must be done carefully.
One of the first movements of the
railroad when it is built will be to
inaugurate a series of excursions
from Jacksonville dowTi the west
coast and back up the east coast.
Such low rates will be made for these
excursions, according to Mr. Hilands,
that thousands of- people will be
brought to southern Florida.

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first vice president, Forest Lake, San-

ford; second vice president, A. P,

thony, Jacksonville; third vice presi- j t;

dent, R. M. Price, Miami; fourth vice
president, G. G. Ware, Leesburg; fifth
vice president, T. C. Watts, Jasper;
secretary and treasurer, George R.
DeSaussure, Jacksonville.
Executive committee: Giles L. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, Jacksonville; H. G. Stokes, Ocala;
F. N. Conrad, Daytona; A. E. Os Osborne,
borne, Osborne, Williston; H. H. Root, Plant

City.
Agricultural committee: Z. C.
Chambliss, Ocala; A. Livingston,
Madison; S. J. Harvey, Milton; L. P.
McCord, West Palm Beach; T. B.
King, Arcadia.

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The can-opener is the most useful,
and the most frequently used, imple implement
ment implement in Florida. It gives access to
more of the food consumed by our
people than the plow and the hoe
combined. Tampa Tribune.
Another impolite truth.

The Chattanooga Automobile Club
has jmjustly blamed Governor Tram Tram-mell
mell Tram-mell for declining to attend the Dixie
Highway Conference at Chattanooga
April 3. As the legislature meets
April 6, it is unreasonable to expect
the governor to Jbeiout of his own
state only three days previously.

The Ocala Iron Works keeps qurte

busy in spite of the. war. A star re reporter
porter reporter took a look at the new plant
Friday afternoon, and found a bunch
of muscular and i intelligent young
mechanics making stubborn steel into
useful shape. Thehvork then on hand
was working over jthe driving wheels
of one of George Rentz's locomotives,
tne said wheels having been worn al almost
most almost into decahedrons pulling logs to
the big Fort McCoy mill.

Joseph C. Lanier, probation officer
of Duvacountywho hasjichieved a
good reputation as a worker among
ref ractory children, has been appoint appointed
ed appointed by Governor Trammell a member
of the board of managers of the
state reform school at Marianna-

The Tampa Tribune, commending
on the move by the sheriffs of the
state to substitute electrocution for
hanging, suggests that wre abolish
capital punishment altogether. The
Star is willing, but it w-ants to see
murder and rape abolished first.

The Turks say they object to being
"lied about." As if anyone could pos possibly
sibly possibly lie about the unspeakable Turk!
-Pensacola Journal.
He can't be accused of doing any
worse than some of the Christians.

The Ocala Star is of the opinion
that the insurance companies need
sympathy instead of censure, but the
Star has not lived in Miami and
listened to the promises of the insur insurance
ance insurance raters. Miami Metropolis.
There may be something in that.
We have a solid bunch of insurance
men here. Why don't you quit doing
business with the unreliable ones in instead
stead instead of asking the legislature to sit
down on the entire business.

The Jacksonville Metropolis lived
up to its proposition to celebrate the
discovery of Florida in its excellent
Sunday morning edition, but we re regret
gret regret to say we -do not notice many of
our contemporaries following the
Met's example. It would be -a good
thing for Florida if the papers of
the state would establish the cus custom
tom custom of issuing special editions on
that day.

It is no wonder the Italian govern government
ment government has been coy about embracing
the cause of the allies. The Italians
have been whipped in every standup
fight they ever had with the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian s, and if it hadn't been for
France all northeastern Italy 'would
belong to Austria yet.

Norris Box Candies at the Court
Pharmacy are the best made. 19-tf.

! WOOD

iPHONF 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
( Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER FOUND, DELIVER D
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
Phone 34

Mclver &

In writing a biography of Sir David
Beatty, the admiral wo commanded
the British squadron which won the

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Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EV.BUUERS
Fine Cas!'ds and Burial Rcbcs
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-rnerR
rnerR Embal-rnerR and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER 104
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NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, will apply to the leg legislature
islature legislature of the Ktate of Florida, at the
next session thereof for local or spe special
cial special legislation to change and amend
the city charter of the said city as
follows:
That all taxes which are levied by
said city upon real and personal prop property
erty property shall be collected substantially
in the same manner provided by law
for the collection of state and county
taxes, or that may be hereafter pro-
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vided, in so tar as tne same is appli applicable;
cable; applicable; that the city council of said
city shall be the equalization board for
said city in such matters and that it
shall be empowered to provide by or ordinance
dinance ordinance for the hearing and adjusting
of all complaints in such matters, and
for the time of assessing and collect collecting
ing collecting such taxes, the op.ening and clos closing
ing closing of the tax books,' the duties of
the tax assessor in relation to the re return
turn return and assessment of property, in

addition to the powers already con conferred
ferred conferred in such matters upon said
council; that any property not taxed
for any year by reason of omission or
error, or that escaped the payment of
the taxes for any year by reason of
such error or omission shall be taxed
the next ensuing year for both the
tax for the year in which such error
or omission occurred in addition to
the taxes for such ensuing year.
To empower said city to levy a spe special
cial special tax annually not to exceed one
mill on all property taxable by said
city, for the maintenance or assist assistance
ance assistance of hospitals, band concerts, and
rest rooms within the corporate limits
of said city, and to secure publicity

for said city.
To empower said city to furnish
electric current and power to all per persons
sons persons either within or without the cor corporate
porate corporate limits of said city that the
city council of said city shall see fit;
to build, operate and maintain elec electric
tric electric trolley lines either within or with without
out without the corporate limits of said city
for the transportation of passengers
and freight, and to make such charges
for such transportation as said coun council
cil council shall see fit, and to issue bonds in
accordance with law for such purpos purposes
es purposes as in the case of other municipal
riurposes.
To empower said city to make and
enter into contracts with any of its

own officers until. such a time as the
census of population of said city shall
show it to contain more than 10,000
inhabitants.
I That there shall be a city clerk, a
city treasurer and a city collector
elected annually by the city council in
accordance with law, whose powers
and duties shall be such as shall be
fixed by the city council of said city.
To empower sa'd city to issue in industrial
dustrial industrial bonds not to exceed $50,000,
to encourage and assist in the estab establishment
lishment establishment of factories and enterprises
within the corporate limits of raid
city, and to make such loans to the
owners or parties interested in such
enterprises or factories as may be ap approved
proved approved bv a majority of the bond trus trustees
tees trustees of said city, provided the interest
charged on such loans is not to be less
than the interest paid on such bonds.
To empower the said city to re reassess
assess reassess paving and sidewalk special as assessments
sessments assessments which may be void by rea reason
son reason of irregularities and errors; an"
to emjKnver the said city tc
serve notice on unknown property
owners or absent property owners by
publication in newspapers when such
property owners may be required to
construct any street or sidewalk pav paving
ing paving on any property by said city.
That the members of the city coun council
cil council are to each receive the salary of
$15 per month, and that any mem member
ber member absenting himself from any reg regular
ular regular meeting of the city council shall
have the sum of $7.50 deducted -from
such salary, unless he had first Se Secured
cured Secured the written consent of the
president of the council to be absent.
That only the duly qualified and
registered voters of the said city who
possess real or personal property sub subject
ject subject to taxation by said city to the
amount of $200 and who have paid the
taxes last due thereon shall be per permitted
mitted permitted to vote in any election called
for the purpose of -issuing bonds of
the said city.
That no franchise of any kind shall
be granted by the city of Ocala, to
any person, firm or corporation, with
out the consent of a majority of th.

registered voters of the city of Ocala.

voting at an election for that purpose
called and that any person, firm o
corporation desiring to secure any
such franchfse shall deposit with the
city clerk of the said city at such
time as shall be fixed by" the city
council, a sufficient sum of money, the
amount thereof to be fixed by the city
council, sufficient to defray all th ex expenses
penses expenses of calling and holding such an
election.
City Council of the City r f Ocala.
2-8-mon-2m

RECOM3iE.iJ5 CHAFER-
LAiVS CCv'.Il L.MEDY
"I tike pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Couch Remedy to my
customers becan-e I have confidence

in it. I find that they are pleased I

witn it ar.d call for it when again m
need of such a medicine," writes J. W.
Sexson, Montevallo, Mo. For sale bv
all dealers. 3-l-15t
Have your choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" cr Pabst's Blue Ribbon on
draft, at Johnny's, 6-tf

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LET US FIGURE WITH YOU CN YOUR GUILDER
HARDWARE.

BUT BEFORE YOU COWS IN KNOW THAI

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CORRECT IN STYME AND HIGH IN QUALITY.

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We visli to announce to the public of Cen Central
tral Central Florida that our iar;; i and up-to-date Bottling
Plant is now open, ready for inspection and via viators
tors viators are welcome.
, Ve are Bottling, for the trade only, our fa famous
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We are also bottling ti full Hue of carbonated
soft drinks.
Our plant is twow blocks south of the square, on
Zvlain street.
CHERO-COLA OOTTLiuG COPPAiIY
Phone 521 -:- Ocala, I In,

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protect it from contamination vhi!eit jTo.s thro'ih the prcct-s-t s Ltth r
suit in a cube of pii.-tt:nin gcodne- -.
Full weight and satisfactory hcrvici rr niih (his pc-1 ice t-.l arF. Ltl :.
hare your custom .ve deserve it.

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ISHLY. FOOLISHLY. THE DEAREST THING (N LIFE IS AFFECTION. LET THOSE
OF WHOM YOU ARE FOND KNOW IT, BY SENDING THEM SOME
LITTLE TREASURE FOR EASTER.
COME TO US FOR THE PRESENTS YOU WISH TO MAKE. OUR
NAME INSURES THE SUPERIORITY OF THE QUALITY.
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.

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drink milk from sick cows doctor them. Disin Disin-feet
feet Disin-feet your hoj 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.

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J. G. Parrish, Prop.

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CAPITAL STOCK $50,000,00.
Stale, County nnd City Depository.

ROOM AND DATIl FOIl A DOLLAR AND A HALF

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Restaurant with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
r.Iil3CTIUO--i:iKVATOIS"SKRVICK PIIOXILS IX ALL K(MH
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The only Hotel on the Square

ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF

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(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)

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After a short business session at ; ,
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tne woman s iud aiuraay aner-i

Mrs. Burford Entertained at Rook

; A charming event, assembling in in-1
1 in-1 formally nearly a score of friends was

( - i the rook party given this afternoon
Art Program at the Woman's Club j Ocala relatives, coming up especially by Mrs. R. A. Burford in compliment

at t to ner sisier, urs. j. is. wiiey, oi
; Troy, Ala., who is to conclude a fort fort-;
; fort-; nip-ht visit in the citv tomorrow.

noon with the president, Mrs. u. K.j
m ... ... . Bishop Mann at Grace Church
Tydings, presiding. Miss Byrd vvart-j
mann, chairman of art, took the chair j The Rt. Rev. Cameron Mann, D. D.,
for the -remainder of the afternoon, j bishop of the district of Southern

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thoroughly delightful g-iven before
the club this winter.
The first number was a piano solo,
"Hieland Lassie," by Miss Annie Mac Mac-Kay.
Kay. Mac-Kay. It is not often that the club has
the pleasure of listening to. one so
young in years as this pretty little
musician, and her rendition of the
charming piece gave much pleasure
to her audience.
A round table, "Pictures that In Interest
terest Interest Me, Influence Me and Why,"
conducted by Mrs. G. W. Martin, af afforded
forded afforded a pleasant opportunity to hear
Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs. E. G. Peek
and Mrs. Martin describe their fav favorite
orite favorite pictures. Mrs. Hocker told of the
mural decorations in the Boston li library.
brary. library. She spent three winters in
Boston, during which time she visited
frequently the library and "In Quest
of the Holy Grail" in fourteen scenes,
she considered the most wonderful of
all the pictures. Mrs. Peek's favorite
is Rudolph Bacher's "Madre Dolorosa"
nnd Mrs. Martin's, "The Drove at
the Ford," by James M. Hart.
"J. Pierpont Morgan's Gift to the
Metropolitan Museum of Art" was

the subject on which Miss Wartmann
interestingly spoke. She is one of
Ocala'?. most gifted musical instruc instructors
tors instructors and equally as talented an artist
as a rous'cian. When in "New York,
and that is often,, she spends much of
her time at the museum and her talk
war- based ore personally gleaned
knowledge more than the knowledge
pcouired by studying art, for which
she has an insatiable longing. Mor Mor-ganis
ganis Mor-ganis an American first and last
whose chief idea is to uplift and ele elevate,
vate, elevate, said the' speaker. He has financ financed
ed financed the work of digging up antiquities
in art and has kept expert buyers in
the field with the result that he has
obtained th most wonderful collec collection
tion collection in the world. Collections made by
other financiers are lost when com compared
pared compared with that of Morgan. Miss
Wartmann told of the seven sets of
medieval tapestries, antedating 1500
and very rare; of the illumination col col-loction,
loction, col-loction, perfect and representing ev every
ery every period; and cf many bf the other
collections. The Oriental section has
gifts of varying importance, all beau beautiful.
tiful. beautiful. In conclusion, she said:
."These are only suggestions of the
wonderful works of art so general in
their uplift that Mr. Morgan felt were
a trust for the people. The value of
Mr. Morgan's bequests cannot be
realized, in money, talk as we may in
multi-millions. Art is not to be esti estimated
mated estimated by money standards the real
loss to the public and the museum to today
day today is not the objects that have been
withdrawn. The loss of Mr. Morgan's
interest and energy is the real trag trag-edy."
edy." trag-edy." '
The principal speaker of the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon was Mrs. D. M. Smith, who
told of "Italian Art." Mrs. Smith has
traveled extensively abroad and is
familiar with all the pictures she
named and their painters. For the
pleasure of our readers who were un unable
able unable to be present at the meeting we
will publish In detail Mrs. Smith's ad address
dress address which she delivered without
notes.
The meeting concluded with a social
half hour, Mrs. J. D. Rooney and Mrs.
M. A. TenEyck, hostesses, serving re refreshments
freshments refreshments consisting of snow pud pudding
ding pudding cake and ice cVeam. The latter
was a gift to the; club through a
courtesy to Mrs. Rooney from the
Mo-Cola Company.

The Eastern Star sewings circle will
neet in Yonge's hall Wednesday aft-

The appointments at the party were
particularly lovely as are all the so social
cial social affairs given at this delightful

! home. A bouquet of sweet peas in

l varied hues, was awarded the player

terday, preaching in the morning and ;
i ,-, x Following the games tempting re re-evenmg
evenmg re-evenmg two very splendid sermons to . ,
, . e freshments course consisting of chick chick-'arge
'arge chick-'arge congregations.
t r i c i u 1 en salad, fruit jelly, wafers sand sand-Being
Being sand-Being Palm Sunday, the commem- , .. V
t.,. vt wiches and orange ice was relished.

Jerusalem, the church was beautifully j Jn "S fnd se-ing Mrs. Bur-

Miss Mary Burford.

Jecorated with palms.

At the 11 o'clock service "-Bishop
Mann took for his text: And then sol soldiers
diers soldiers plaited. a crown of thorns and

put it on his head and arrayed him in

There were four tables of players
and composing them were the follow

ing guests: Mrs. Wiley, Mrs. E. P.

a purple garment. John 19:2. His ser-

Rentz, Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, Mrs

G. S. Scott, Mrs. J. W. Hood, Mrs. F.

:E. Harris, Mrs. W. K. Zewadski. Mrs.

R. Emily Green Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs.
lilbnOp ; H.1

' x-isei, iurs. ii. x. xuuocK, iirs,
'T. E. Bridges, Mrs. George McKay,
Mrs. Bunyan Stephens and Mrs. WT.

mon was short, but one of force and

interest.
Before beginning his text

Mann asked the members to sub subscribe
scribe subscribe for the church's magazine,
Pnlm Rmnrh. Thrnnn-h thi5 mpflinm

- rt I rp Garv
of which he is editor, he is enabled to rj"
keep in closer touch with the members
of his diocese if they are subscribers, j Mrs- s- K- Pyles is improving after
and they with him and the work ac- a several days' illness with grip,
complished.
.Following the sermon the bishop: Mrs. S. J. Merck, who has been the
confirmed a class of seven, the scenes ?uest of her daughter, Mrs. B. II. Sey Sey-being
being Sey-being very impressive as each one of mour, for several weeks expects to
the candidates received the blessings j leave this week for Jacksonville to
of the bishop. In his address to the I visit Mrs. T. J. Wiley, another daugh-

class the bishop called its attention to ; ter.
the importance of keeping annually 1,'
confirmation anniversaries. Those con-; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Dasher an an-fhmed
fhmed an-fhmed were Judge and Mrs. William i nounce the birth of a son last Friday
Gober, Mrs. B. D. Blackburn, Mrs. j at their home in Macon, Ga. Mrs.
James Engesser, Mrs. Charles Flip- Dasher was before her marriage, Miss
pen, Miss Fay Campbell and Mr. Wal- j Lois Wright, of Macon, and several
ter Tagg. J times was a popular visitor in Ocala,
. -a guest at the home" of her uncle and

The study class of the Woman's j aunt, Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock.
Auxiliary will meet tomorrow after-;
noon promptly at 3 o'clock at the rec- NOTICE
tory. A cordial invitation is extend- ; Of Animals Impounded
ed air who are interested. To Whom It May Concern:
. i This is to certify that I have this
A little daughter arrived early yes-j day placed in the city pound the fpl fpl-terday
terday fpl-terday morning to gladden the hearts j lowing described animals which have
and home of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. New- j been found running at large within
som Jr. Mrs. Newsom has been spend-! the corporate limits of the city of
ing- some time With her mother, Mrs. Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
A. ,K. Taylor of Jacksonville, at her j said city:
home in Ortega. Mr. Newsom went up j One red cow marked swallow fork
Saturday and was there when his lit-! and sawset, upper and underbit and
tie daughter arrived. Their friends! hole in left ear, swallow fork and saw-

Vill'be glad to hear of the happy set in right, brand M; one red calf

event. swallow fork in one ear, swallow fork,
(hole and underbit in other, brand M.
The boys' class of-thev North Ocala j The- owners thereof, or their agents,
Sunday School will hold an ice cream; and all whom it may concern, are
sociable Thursday night at the home i hereby notified that if the animals are
of Mrs. J. M. Gates No admission j not claimed and all expenses of tak tak-will
will tak-will be charged but cream, cake andj ing and, impounding thereof are not
candies will be on sile. The boys so- pid within three days from date
licit the patronage of their friends. hereof, to-wit: On the 30th day pf
" ; March, 1915, I will sell the same to
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Williams, of the highest and best bidder, said sale
Gainesville, were visitors this morn- to take place between the hours of
ing, motoring down in their car. Mrs. the city pound in Ocala, Florida.
Williams was f ormerly Miss Lelia Wr. F. Adams,
Gerard, of this city. She remains un-: It Marshal City of Ocala.
til tomorrow the guest of Mrs. R. H. C. A. Holloway, Imp.
Purdom, while Mr. Williams goes;
to Umatilla and returns. ; RESUITS TETjTj

FOE TMIMTY IM.7S
We offer the Seven-Room Residence, and Lot 94 : 210."'
14 Sanchez Street, for $3500. $1500. Cash; Balanc Balanc-On
On Balanc-On Time.
Residence and East Half of Lot, $2800. S1000 Cash Cash-Balance
Balance Cash-Balance On Time.
West Half of Lot. $800 Cash.
Near New Public School. A few minutes from the
Center of the City.
LOUIS R. CHAZiL & SONS CO.
REAL ESTATE

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Holder Huildins
Telephone 22S

P. O. Box IT.'i
Ocala. Fla.

who owns the dwelling the business
your name?

property that stands in

of course you think that you do; but are you Tiht?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership in land.

the

in the beginning of civilization no man owned any definite part of
the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections cf it;
homes and trading places wen net, fixed; land was too plentiful for
individuals fa dispute over the occupancy of any particular spot.

florid title and abstract corporation

ocala, fla-

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meet

ernoon.

. Mrs. S. Lanier Robertson, who has
heen quite sick for the last two days,
is better today.
Miss Taylor of Quincy is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. F. R. Bridges, ar arriving
riving arriving Saturday from Jacksonville,
where she has been spending several
days with another sister who is ill at
a hospital in that city.
'
Miss Fanny Clark was the week weekend
end weekend guest of relatives at Sparr. She
returned yesterday at noon.
Mr. and Mrs. W- F. Blesch visited
Mr. Blesch's farm at Lady Lake Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon. ;
Mrs. Sidney Maddox and her smart
little son, after a visit to their Mar Marion
ion Marion county friends, returned to St.
Petersburg on Sunday afternoon's
train.
-
Mrs. B. A. Weathers has returned
from Jacksonville, where she was the
guest for a week of her daughter
Mrs. G. H. Ford.
.Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Condon, Misses
Edith Williams, Doris Murry, Kath

leen Jackson and Mr. Edward
Tucker were visitors to Salt Springs
Sunday, motoring over early in the
morning.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pasteur of Lake
Weir and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lytle
of Stanton were guests Sunday of

Miss Fort, of Lakeland, was the There .Can be Xo Doubt About tle
guest of Miss Collie Clark Saturday ; Results in Ocala
en route to Gainesville. .. ,
. L Results -tell'the tale.
j All doubt Is removed.
The primary department of the i The testimony of an Ocala citizen
Methodist Sunday school will have an Jean be easily investigated.
Easter egg hunt Saturday afternoon Whf better proof can be had?
, , , Al J. A. Chandler, proprietor of the
from 3 to 5 o clock at the home ofjXew Grocery Co., 34 W. Broadway,
Mrs. E. P. Rentz. 'Ocala, says: "Knowing what great
' benefit Doan's Kidney Pills have
The reading. club will meet tomor-11-11 to e of my family, I take
.JL. ,r T (pleasure in recommending them to
row afternoon with Mrs. J. J. Ceng. !sunTerers frora kidney complaint. The
;one I refer to had fbeen having con con-The
The con-The sewing circles enjoyed delight- isiderable trouble with his back and
ful meetings this afternoon, the Meth-; kidneys. At one time he was oblig-j-
-u m t t A. n ,ed to give up his work for several
odistwithMrs.J.A.Bouvier,theBap-;days on.account of lameness across
tist with Mrs. Louise Burkhart and j his -back. As soon as Doan's Kidney
' 1 Pills was taken these troubles were

(relieved and by continuing their use,
he was cured."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
j get Doan's Kidney Pills -the same
;that Mr. Chandler had. Foster-
Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo. X. Y.

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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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WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Embalmer

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

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

219 WEST BROADWAY

V Virginia Style
Smoked Hams
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U.S. A'.)
25c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala lee Sl PackingCo
Phone 34

- NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
; Coard of county commissioners of Ma Ma-:
: Ma-: rion county, Florida, intend to apply
to the legislature of the state of Flor Flor-i
i Flor-i ida, at its regular session in 1915, for
a special legislation authorizing the
I re-issue and validation of all outstand outstand-i
i outstand-i ing county warrants issued by or un un-i
i un-i der authority of the board of county
commissioners of Marion county, Flor Flor-:
: Flor-: ida, prior to February 1st, 1915, or
j such, of said warrants as the said leg leg-i
i leg-i islature may see fit to authorize to be
ire-issued and validated; and also pro pro-'
' pro-' viding for the payment of interest
j thereon, and for making the said war war-;
; war-; rants payable at fixed period3.
'. Board County Commissioners, Marion

County, Florida.

1-30

Aniomobile Owners

NOTICE
The state and county tax Ixks
will close according to the laws of
Florid- on the last day of March.
Come as early as you possibly can,
thus avoiding the big rush we always

have the last ten or fifteen days the

' tax books are open. Also be sure and
bring or send a correct description of

If your car needs PAINTING see ; your property when you wish either
a memorandum of the amount or to
me. If it needs brightening up use ray i j ay your taxes, thus reducing the
"AUTO PRESERVATION POLISH" i possibility of an error to the mini-

aM save paint bills Price L00
T. D. DILLON

203 N. Main St.

OCALA, FLORIDA

mum. If you write us do not be im

patient if our reply seems delayed.
We will answer as fast as we possi possi-;bly
;bly possi-;bly can and as near as practical all
letters in the order in which they

Phone 193! were received. Yours very truly,

The Mancocmcnf oi DH.: r.ScCLAKE
c Medical, Surgical, DydropaSIilc
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving 01 the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Dutte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
larger (Quarters,. More Fully Kquippel and will he llun
Strictly Upon Ethical Linoi-
HOURSi 9 A. M. TO 4:50 P. M. PHONE. 333

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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 ir.e Ticket Ajrent, ot
A. WT. FRITOT.D. P. A.; J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,

Jacksonville, Fla.

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Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on 5-tcr
Baltimore, "Wednesday and Saturday, for Phikidel; hi: i

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I OCALA OGGURENCES I

OUR CITY JAIL

K. of P. meet this evening.

i An Ocala banker informed a Star
representative today that each day's

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night, j business was better than its predeces-
"" -. jsor, and that at the present rate of
Masons meet Thursday night- ; improvement everything would be
normal within sixty days.

We have been informed that Hon.
Raymond B. Bullock tendered his res resignation
ignation resignation as assistant recorder because
he said he would have felt humiliated

and ashamed to have consigned anyj
unfortunate wretch to spend a night ;

06ALA AFFAIRS

THE MARKETS

(Continued from Third Page)

For Miss MacKay
Miss Bessie MacKay, whose mar-

I Chicago, March 29. May wheat, -1.48.
Corn, 71. -J
Oats,
July pork, 17 JjQ.

Lard, 10.52. ;
Ribs, 10.32.

Fire Chief

jamin

Moose meet Thursday evening. j ...........
"' ., T The Elks will hold a special meet-
Pythian Sisters meet tomorrow eve- j ing tomorrow night, to make arrange-
ning. ments about going to the state meet-
, : .;. -'. ; "V""" ing at Palatka next week. It is believ-
Everybody is glad to see Dr. Walter jed that at least forty Ocala Elks will
Hood out again. j attend, and they intend to bring back
- : j the cup offered for the best display in
Everybody admires the handsomely the grand parade, or know the reason
repainted fair arches. i why.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Brannen have 1 Mr Marcus Frank returned this

moved into one of Mrs. Weover's cot-) morning. from jj'ew York City. After

tages near the school.

m our city jau. ; ri t M- w n. Tavlor will be an

In company with Councilman Knight, interesting event of May 4th, will be

mei inamDers ana traitor cen-j entertained during the intervening!
, the writer visited the jail yes- t a of parties arranged I

terdav afternoon, and while it was ti t i i. e- j iS

u"i i; I sesPeciai- in ner;nonory Springs road which

:"rst l wracn!.? nw "ie Merchant's Cafe every day with

SEE The farm

springs

on the Silver
furnishes the

Eggs twenty cents a dozen at Carn Carn-Thomas
Thomas Carn-Thomas Company. 29-3t
The Postal Telegraph Co. has re removed
moved removed into its new quarters along alongside
side alongside of Peyser's cigar factory and is
most comfortably and conveniently
situated.

it was quite bad enough

Councilman Knight says that orders
have been given to remove the irtn
floor which some years ago was plac placed
ed placed over the cement one, and that when
this is done it will be possible to flush
it, and keep it comparatively clean,
which is now impossible.
Our suggestion is that the iron
cages be removed also. When used

t as a county jail and it housed crimi

nals charged with capital offenses-

steel cells may have been necessary,
Kilt. -fri Virrn ci r nArenns nVtiXTcrf-A nnlv

attending the funeral of his sister, ..u ..
-r, , -T with such minor infractions as come
Mrs. Rosenbaum at Newport News, ,
V, V. i XT- u before the city recorder, great iron

dir. rraiiK wcnu on A,cw xux neceS5.ari

The King's Daughters find much to
do these days, and somehow always
find the means to do with. Several
gentlemen have joined the order, one
paying four years in advance. They
never have much money, but, like the
widow's cruse of oil, their fund never
gives out. v '" t

When the iron cells are removed we

A large room has been added on the would then surest that wooden ne

west side of the St. George block for titions be erected, and that one of the
the use of the, Ocala Bazaar Store. rooms be reserved for a storeroom in
This establishment already occupies which to store the bedding, and as soon
two of the store rooms in this build- as used have it laundered, and again
ing facing South Magnolia street, but be stored until used again.

more room was necessary ana ior xne In this way the jail can be kept in
proper display of their goods. The a somewhat sanitary condition.

new atiaition win oe usea ior me Tf8 ,inW,1n!.fA inntps nfP pntitl

clothing department. to some decree of cleanliness and ex-

Recorder Bullock is entitled to thanks

Mr. G. J. Boswell, tax assessor of for canine. attention to the condition

Citrus county, is among the promi- of the city jail in the public manner
nent Floridians in the city today. Ko cpWtpd

We hone immediate steps will be

nouncement, will be a luncheon Satur

day at which Misses Mary and Anna
McDowell will entertain. The guests
will include only the closest friends
of the honoree.
On Thursday of Easter week Miss
Janet Weathers will be hostess to a
lovely afternoon card party for Miss

MacKav.

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Pelot are

welcoming into their home in Arcadia
a little daugkfe, born Monday, March
22. She ht been named Joy Hill. Mr.
Pelot is a fonetrcala boy and his
friends here, will learn with interest

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-

pN 1LAR LOCAL NEEDS j

FOR RENT Six-room house on S.

fourth street; electric lights, hot
nd cold water and bath complete. ;
Apply to Miss Rena Smith at the j

Haycraft Millinery. lC-14t j

of the arrival of .Miss Pelot.

-ST. A UG USTINE I N1 916

Dr. J. P. McMillin preached an ex-

ceuen sermon av uie r9 r today transacting business. Mr.

cnurcn ounuay ,nui.uiK, m -ux- NeviHe ig ye optimistic ds to the

ior miioimry ooc cy u;iuu future of the whole of Florida and es-

icresung exercises, in me evcmng. .Qii, r t,tt rKrcnlntft r-.

tion, of which Dunnellon is the center.

Mr. George Neville, president-of ken to it a thorough overhaul overhaul-the
the overhaul-the Bank of Dunnellon, is in the city ;no.-RnTinpr

McMillin will preach again next Sun Sun-day.
day. Sun-day. ..-

, Jpak fact has leaked out that a rep rep-,
, rep-, fesentative of Andrew Carnegie was
in the city a few "days ago, looking
i over the paiis and grounds for the li li-I
I li-I brary. He was highly-pleased both

The Star will heartily indorse any
suggestion of the Banner to amelio ameliorate
rate ameliorate the condition of prisoners or
other unfortunates, but it thinks the

city authorities are doing the best

. lk they can with the materials they have
State Attorney George W. Scofield . ... i. -ia
'" . ; to work with. The writer has visited

4" the city jail a number of times in the

th city today.

se

Mr. J. A. Morris was exhibiting

feral very interesting momentoes of

civil war at the Star office this

fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf

ti mm i mi n 11 "- i iiiwmiiiwmi v m .1 in nam in n i it s:- : : s v

W Wf1 A Clay
NV ; EVERY SAC1U ..

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cociage

on

FOR RENT Six room

Tuscawilla street between primary 1
and high schools. Apply to Mrs. j
R. D. Fuller. 6-tf I

with the location and the prospective

.r v, i :i ,j tt i

oypwwi.Mi ,fi ,1 morning. They were one dollar pieces . . . . ,t .
spoke h.ghly orthe good looks aMJ of raifroad.money used during the of ,C"m'"a'S f"" Ster f
city. ... tt -i walls and floors. It is not practic

Mr. Linn Sanders has

takenthe

agencyoJihe'Icrrtda Times-Union,
and has established his headquarters
in the fat man's misery, between Ty Typings'
pings' Typings' drugstore and 'Marsh's market.
Twenty-five tourists left for Palat Palatka
ka Palatka on the Silver Springs Saturday,
and thirty left on the City "of Ocala
this morning.

past score of years, and in his opinion
it is in better condition now thanv it

has been at any time before. The jail

is an old one was the county jail up

to 1894 and the dirt from thousands

the

tvro n 1 1 n t TV! a

war and issued by the Florida Rail- ...
. V.--rrr' i. to do away with the cage and its cells,
road CojxipfmyrT'eaeemable when the T. .
' 7 ,, v j r If the prisoners were all out in the

Vjonieueracy was estauuaneu. ai.

Morris has had them in his possession!

one large room, it wrould be easy for
accomplices on the outside to i pass

. tools and weapons to them thrji the

VV XiLXJ W O y .CAAOVy TTlltlV ItVUIiJ JA
oners in the city "jail are incarcerated

the city today attending to. her Easter drunk at the time they are shut up,

Miss Julia Webb of tKendricl .is. in j

shopping.

Captain Tom Bridges left yesterday
for a visit to Clearwater.

As spring advances, the firemen's
park becomes prettier every day. The
"civic center" lot also looks mighty
fine since it has been cleaned off and
put in cultivation. " "T :
Mr. P. A. Durand Has just complet completed
ed completed the plumbing and tin roof on the
cottage that Mr. Lanier Robertson
has purchased. This cottage has been
put in first class condition and is now
ready to rent.

Superintendent J. H. Brinson left
today for Live Oak to attend the an-

nual meetingof the principalsand then haye tQ be roughly handled hy

and some of them are violently drunk.
Such men have to be shut in cells until
they sober up, or they would likely

hurt some other prisoner, and would

reasons,

the

V:

superintendents of state schools They the erg For

wx x .ells are an bsolute necessity,

um6;wuww,. f ),o-c Loon vorv

vigilant in keeping the jail as sani

tary as possible. He has it thoroughly

scrubbed every Monday,, beside being
swept. out every day. The vermin that

- j o formerly swarmed have been exter-

. . j. mmated, the bedding, which consists
from a business trip of several days , ? .,
. ... of blankets, being boiled in dism-

Mr. tR. S. Hall returned Saturday
night from a business trip to Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee.

to Miami.

Dr. D. M. Boney has returned from
New Orleans, where he has been for
ther past four montjis practicing his
profession. Dr. Knox .who had had
charge of his optical parlors during
his absence," will move to Micanojjy
and open offices for the practice of op optometry.
tometry. optometry. ; ;

Mr. Thomas E. Harris and son Lind Lindner,
ner, Lindner, of Valdosta, Ga., are in the city
today the guests of Dr. Eaton G.
Lindner. He has been visiting his old
home at Citra for several days, and

says that he notices great changes all

over Marion county.

Mr. J. H. Lockett who has just com completed
pleted completed several plastering contracts in
OrlandoJ js here for a few days be before
fore before going to Leesburg to complete a
home for one of that city's wealthy
citizens. 1'' j.1'.': ".-

Commodore and Mrs. W. H. Bickley
oA Weirsdale are in the city today,

having come this far with several

friends who left for the north.

Dr. II. C. Dozier is making a num

ber of changes and improvements on

his Oklawaha avenue home.

Messrs. Pete Mcintosh, Norton Da Davis,
vis, Davis, Robert Anderson, Jr., and Sonnie
Geise spent the week-end at Salt

. Springs.

fectants, and the iron cots washed
with the same fluid. Its impossible

to entirely clean the old floors, or

Saturday Mr. J. J. Gerig and Mr,

Bruce Mefferi with Mr. Gerig's little CT
, t i I t"e pavement under them, but when

it j , the iron is removed, it will benossi-
ville m Mr. Gerig's car, and returned ... . , ,
. lit f i, ble,to put the jail m a tolerable state

last. "evening. Mrs. Gerig, who had

been visiting in Jacksonville, accom

I of cleanliness..

TVio innltr iiratr Ool o rn t Vi n xo o

panied them home. They went and ., ., . . MJ
-,,.1 'u'mt-Li.L thoroughly clean jail is to build a new

returned via the Hawthorn -Palatka-St.
Augustine route and found most
of the road very good.

For Plumbing, tin work, guttering
and roofing call on P. A. Durand,
phone 494. 3-26-lmo.

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. ,?," :- v -'

RcmarkaMs Remedy That
Works All Through
Your Body.

one,, and this the city is not able now
to do. In the meantime, it will be a

mighty good thing for the newspa;

pers to occasionally send represen

tatives to inspect the jail and other
public institutions. The Star will try
to do this from time to time, and will
be glad of the Banner's co-operation.

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Sunday morning at 1:30 a fire

alarm was turned in from Mr. Jesse

Smoak's residence in the fourth
ward. A box of matches had been

left on the sideboard in" the dining

room and evidently a rat or mouse

set them afire. The sideboard, which
was a very handsome one, was badly

damaged,but it was the only thing

that was damaged.

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Tlie sldn of a monster rattlesnake

in Mr. B. F. Condori's show window is
attracting much attention. The snake
when alive was seven feet four inches
in length, thirteen inches in diameter
and had at least fourteen rattles. Mr.

Sondon obtained the skin from one of

the hunter.3 of the Salt Springs region.
Joseph Skams, a colored man work working
ing working for Mclver & MacKay in Lees Leesburg,
burg, Leesburg, was caught in .an" accident, and
had his skull fractured. He was
brought to the Ocala colored hospital
and an operation performed on him by
one of our white physicians, who
th'nl:? he has a chance of recovery;

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Cuban Old, Sc Cigar.

Lti. cf feed corn; also mil mil-:
: mil-: .j- r.'', in and for sale

Mr. Claude Kreger will leave toilay
or tomorrow for Key West where he
goes on business and from there will
go to Havana to see the big prize

fight.

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A number of Ocala people went to

I Tampa this afternoon to attend the
j big banquet to be given, there tonight
I by the Rotarians.

Mr. R.. C. Camp, president of the
Florida Power Company is in Dun

nellon today.

Dr. J.E. Klock of Eastlake was in

the city today on business.

When you put a tablespoonful of SL
S. S. into your stomach it gets straight
into your blood. In less than five min minutes
utes minutes it has become a wave of restora restorative
tive restorative influence wherever' the blood has
circulated. Does this read like nias-ic?

But it is absolutely true. Those power- j Mr. R. S. Rogers, president of the

iui uigesuve juices m me s comae n can rp-. i e AUc-.
not change the medicinal effect of S. S. Florida TltJe & Abstract Corporation,
a The liver can not burn it The lungs, went to Clearmont, in Lake county,

-aim uney excrie ii omy aiierifu; ff
cj o o v,oc. s .j. ;n: I mis aitemoon.

cells and nerves to throw off the count countless
less countless germs that have infested every part
of the body. And as S. S. S. continues to

Mr. W. J. Frink of Jacksonville was

battle those troublesome pests that! a welcome visitor spending Sunday in

gather in the f crm of pimples, boils, ec- I tne city.

other so-called blood disorders, it rouses

into action a myriad of strange but well- The best fifty cent package of can can-understood
understood can-understood corpuscles called luecocytes , .
that actually oevour or change or con- we have ver offered Triola
vert disease germs so they are readily Sweets. Fres'n shipment just in at
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medclne known'. You will find S. S. S. on

eaie jn nearly every arug store in tne Thf T ittlp Tmirtpd Vnw wv?- flpt
U. S. Get a bottle today. And if your Ane Llttie iramed rMurse sas. Uet
case is peculiar, write to the Medical your Easter egg dyes at the Anti-

SKtfwSJ; A.usrtGrc Tt sr-cJS Mrpoly Drus store 5 cents per

ducted by a noted physician. uacKage. i-yt

Ancient Citv Will Entertain Next

Meeting of State Good Roads
' Association
The St. Petersburg Times says:

St. Augustine, the oldest city in the

United States, was chosen as the con

vention city for 1916, by the Florida

State Good Roads Association dele delegates.
gates. delegates. Three cities, Ocala, Daytona
and St. Augustine were mentioned by

representatives from each as pros

pective convention cities for the 1916

meet. The vote resulted: Ocala b,

Daytona, 3 and St. Augustine 14. A

unanimous vote was then taken in
favor of St. Augustine.
All officers of the association were
unanimously- re-elected. -They are
F. O. Fuller, Jacksonville, president;
J. P. Clarkson, Jacksonville, secre secretary;
tary; secretary; J. D. Rooney, treasurer; Charles
E.- Foote, special agent. The board
of governors was empowered to fill
all existing vacancies of which there
are several."
; Senator Bryan Speaks
Senator N. P. Bryan, spoke in de detail
tail detail of what the proposed good roads
bill means to the people of Florida
and went back to the time when this

state was admitted into the unipn, in

1845, and told I of the wonderful pro progress
gress progress Florida has made since then.
Senator Bryan stated that there were
many men in the convention hall who
were older than the state of Florida
and explained that the state with its
many large and enterprising cities
and popular resort towns, had made,
by this comparison unequaled pro progress
gress progress in so short a time. He said
it was a revelation how St. Petersburg
had. grown in the last few years.
Senator Bryan endorsed the pro proposed
posed proposed bill providing for a highway
department in. the state, declaring it
one of the. best that had ever been
drawn up, and f said he would give it

his full support. Senator Bryan

stated it was most essential for Flor

ida to have a state highway depart

ment and dealt at length with the

cost that wrould be involved to the
citizens of the state and the federal

government.

The report of the good roads bill

to be submitted to the next legisla

ture at Tallahassee, which was adopt adopted
ed adopted by the convention was read by H.

B. Phillips, chairman of the legisla

tive committee. Mr. Phillips explain

ed thoroughly and in detail the full

meaning of the bill. He stated that
the real object of the present Con

vention, as had been with all others

was the adoption and passage of such

a bill. It will be remembered that
last. year the good roads bill submit submitted
ted submitted to the legislature at Tallahassee,
was lost by a tie vote. That the year
before the bill was lost by a vote of
one. The present bill is believed to
be much stronger and better and in indications
dications indications point to a state highway de

partment being provided in Florida
within the next year.
- Rooney was on Deck
J. D. Rooney, of Ocala, offered an
eloquent and spirited speech in favor
of his town as the next convention
city. Mr. Rooney stated that "if the
delegates wanted to attend a good

roads convention, in a business city
and in a business way, to vote for
Ocala."
A report recommending the first
of official highways, decided upon by
the committee on state highway
routes, and which will ba submitted
to the next legislature in case the
bill goes through, was read by J. D.
Rooney. The convention committee
has never before given out this re report
port report to th6 press. The report read
recommended the west coast high highway
way highway from Jacksonville to Tampa and
St. Petersburg, as follows: Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to Orange Park; Middlesburg,
Stark, Gainesville, Ocala, Dunnellon Dunnellon-Inverness,
Inverness, Dunnellon-Inverness, Brooksville, and thence to
Aripeka, Hudson, Tarpon Springs,
Ozona. From Ozona a branch road
will continue to Clearwater, Pinellas
Park and on to St. Petersburg.
The road leading to the Miami-Quebec
highway at St. Augustine and ex extending
tending extending to Ocala via Palatka was rec recommended.
ommended. recommended. Another cross road lead leading
ing leading to the Miami-Qubec highway at
Daytona and across the state to Ocala
was included in the report.

FOR SALE Onrf well broken and i
trained Shetland Pony, wagon and i
buggy, with harness, cheap for j
cash. J. D. Rooney.

G31D 3 l'(V i PVVDERAND GOOD
FLOUR GO HAND IN HAND
We sell Calumet Baking Powder and Henry Henry-Clay
Clay Henry-Clay Flour to you under a "Money Back Guar Guarantee."
antee." Guarantee." Get a can of this well known brand today, ana
See if it does not do all and More than is claimed
for it. "BEST BY TEST," both Flour and Baking
Powders.
One 10c Can of Calumet Baking Powder FREE,
with a 24 pound sack of Henry Clay Flour
CARN-THOMAS COMPANY. :

FOR SALE Barred Rock eggs for F1

hatching. H. S. Wesson, Ocala,
Fla. 2-22-lm
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FOR SALE Large white chrysan- j

themum plants, 30 cents per dozen, j
Mrs. P. H. Gillen. No. 1 South Fifth I

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FOR RENT VVeil locaced and nicelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. 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 NationaVBank. 4-tf
FOR'RENT My suburban home in
the southwestern part of town,
with two acres of ground; rates
reasonable to the rirhl party. -C.

P. Howell, Ocaia, Fla. 2-5-tf

FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all

heart, any quantity. George W.

Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf j

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Teams For Rent Light and Heavy. Huuiino

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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 Oklawaha,
lawaha, Oklawaha, avenue; very reasonable to
a permanent occupant. Address,
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ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished

rooms. Apply 610 Fort' King -ave-i

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FOUND A ring of keys at the skat skating
ing skating rink. Owner can have same by
calling at this ofnee and paying for
this advertisement. 25-Ct

The Secret of a Good Figure
often lies in the brassiere. Hundred of Ihmj-and f women
wear the Bien-Jolie Brassiere for the reason that ihey rearipi
it a3 necessary as a corset. It support the tut crA ti, k
and jrives the figure the youthful outUin; f.hifn detties.

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