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COiffllEO EFFORT BEING
London, March ?,Q. Three attacks
were made-Monday against the Turk Turkish
ish Turkish forts'" defending ; the way to';- Con Constantinople,
stantinople, Constantinople, two from the sea and one
from the air. While the Russian
Black Sea licet was -pounding away at
the forts at the eastern entrance to
the Bosphorus, eighteen miles from
Constantinople, aeroplanes from the
great fleet at. the west dropped bombs
into the Dardanelles forts and he al allied
lied allied warships renewed the bombard bombardment,
ment, bombardment, v. .,.-.
OCCUPIED LEMNOS ISLAND
. Some fortifications on Gallipoli
heights were-destroyed. -Troops have
been landed on Tenedos Island. Lem Lem-noshas
noshas Lem-noshas been occupied. (Probably an
error, as Lemnos belongs to Greece.)
RUSSIANS CONTRO L BL A CK SEA
The Black Sea has been cleared of
Turkish ships. Russian warships .'are
concentrating their efforts against the
eastern forts. The Turkish cruiser
Breslau," formerly German, struck a
mine and was damaged, beyond repair.
If the Russians force their way into
the Bosphorus for six miles, they will
be able to throw sheila into Constan Constantinople.
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ARMIES OF RUSSIA PUSHING BE BETWEEN
TWEEN BETWEEN TEUTONIC ALLIES
PetrograoV March : CO. The Rus Russians,
sians, Russians, have scored 'a complete victory
west of the Niemen river in Poland
with further successes; jri the Carpa Carpathians
thians Carpathians and 'the Caucasus. The Ger German
man German advance against Niemen was ful fully
ly fully checked Sunday, the Russians tak taking
ing taking the offensive. v
The Russians have penetrated the
Dulka Pass and entered Hungary,
driving a wedge between the East Eastern
ern Eastern and Western armies of the Aus-tro-Germans.
who are reported on the
of retirement on the entire
The Turks were defeated in the
T.cchorokh gorge, but succeeded in
reaching Artwin and firing the town.
FRENCH TOOK HEUDICOURT
Paris, March 30. The Germans
were forced to evacuate the village
of Heudicourt, northeast" of St. Mihiel,
by the heavy artillery fire of .the
German aviators dropped bombs in
Rheims Monday, wounding two.
TO DO BATTLE
Troops Have Been Mobilized for "At-
( tack on Turkey 0
j Bucharest March 30. The secret
mobilization of the Bulgarian troops
; has been completed. A .convention with
; Roumania has been negotiated. The
Triple Entente has assured Bulgaria
I of concessions in Macedonia.
It will be on
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-HIDE BV BRITAJIf, FRAKCE A!ID
CUT OF COIMIIIIIOPIE :
SUCCESSFULLY MEET ATTACKS
OF ALLIES ON ALL SIDES
Berlin, March 30. The Russians
Jwho ;were operating against Tilsit,
have been defeated. The Germans
have captured Taureggon. -The Ger-
mans have attacked Krasnopol, kill-1
ing 3000 Russians, v
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machine guns were captured in the re-!
cent fighting. ..- I
Russian attacks on the Bzi
have been repulsed. rv
RUSSIAN ADVANCE REPULSED
Vienna, March 30. The Russian of offensive,
fensive, offensive, through the Dukla Pass was
checked. The Russians have been
driven back through the Carpathians.
Hard fighting continues around Duk Dukla,
la, Dukla, Lupkow aid Uszok passes, the
Austro-Germans repulsing all attacks.
OTTOMANS ALSO HAVE AIR AIR--
- AIR-- SHIPS
Constantinople March' 30. Thirty
Turkish airships of the latest, pattern
are now cooperating with the Dar Dardanelles
danelles Dardanelles forts against the allied fleet.
They dropped Jtomlj Monday on an
English cruiser and it is believed set
COLD DIDN'T HURT CONNER
Favored Region Escaped from Both
V Hail and Frost
Conner, March 30. The hail Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon and the-colds of March
have not hurt anything in the plant
form in the immediate Oklawaha riv river
er river strip of the Conner district. The
cold took off a few peaches, just thin thin-ing
ing thin-ing them off nicely for a "perfect
crop". And the hail Sunday, pebbles
of which were as 'large as marbles,
took off just enough orange blossoms
to assure a "perfect" crop.
The haib storm in the Oklawaha riv river
er river basin, at the Conner station, be
gan Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
and lasted fifteen minutes. It was
very spectacular and the pebbles
messed around on the roof and deck
like a million dice rattling around, ov over
er over the floor. The pebbles came down
and actually' rolled into the house
through the doorway and into the
Scuppers of vessels in the roadstead
here.l And when these hail stones roll rolled
ed rolled in the river folk were chilled.
As readers will notice, in the first
paragraph I note, "in the immediate
Oklawaha river basin nothing was
hurt." The reason of this is, that
this strip along the river is" so com completely
pletely completely all bogged -up in,the green foli foliage
age foliage and trees that everything is im immune
mune immune from effects of frost arid hail.
. A. A. G.
NEW ICE PLANT FOR WILDWOOD
The material is now all on the
ground for a large new ice and cold
storage plant at Wildwood. It will be
owned by Messrs. McRainey and
Bridges, the crate material concern
located at Wildwood. It is to have a
large capacity and it is scheduled to
be completed by June 15th. Mr. J. D.
McCaskill the Ocala contractor, will
have charge of the work.
COnE WENT CRAZY
Citizen of Philadelphia Killed
Grandmother and Suicided
Philadelphia, March 30. Henry Co Co-he,
he, Co-he, thirty-two years of age, shot and
killed his grandmother then sucided
here today. It is believed that sud sudden
den sudden insanity was responsible for the
deed. The Cohe family is well to
A large shipment of Norris Candies
just received at the Court Pharmacy.
No.is better made. 19-tf
Try one of thce frosted pints cf
Pabst's Blue Ribton at Johnny's, tf
OOALA. FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1915
RUSSIA TO GAPIURE THE
ITALY HOLDS OUT
SUDDEN SHIFT HAS TAKEN
PLACE IN THE DIPLOMATIC
Rome, March 80. Another sudden
shiftMn the diplomatic situation has
postponed Italy's entrance into the
i war. ihe cause is unknown, but it is
j reported from a reliable source that
Italrwill;I)ot embark in the -general
conflict until May, if at all. ;
KITCHENER RECOMMENDS NAT NATIONAL
IONAL NATIONAL PROHIBITION TO THE
London, March 30. The cabinet to today
day today considered the national prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition of liquor "until the war is brought
to a1 successful conclusion." Lord
Kitchener is urging the measure.
INSCRIPTIONS ON THE ARCHES
First-Class Advertising for the Mar Mar-ion
ion Mar-ion County Fair
The arches advertising the Marion
County Fair have been reupholstered
and repainted, and are a thing of
beauty and a joy if not forever for a
right smart while. They will attract
to the fair the attention of all who see
them. One of the best things about
them re the catchy inscriptions with
which they are lettered. They are all
to the good, and are as follows:
North Magnolia Arch
One" of the best agricultural coun counties
ties counties in Florida.
Come and see what our farmers are
Everybody -will be at the fair.
You and your friends will be there,
. -West Broad jvay Arch
The source of all wealth is the soil.
We have the soil; lets acquire wealth.
Brain and brawn well applied bring
results. '"--, ;.
Provides the only time and place
where all our people can meet all their
Furnishes instruction, social inter intercourse,
course, intercourse, : friendly competition, good
fellowship and amusement.
East Broadway Arch
We depend upon thrifty farmers to
make our fair.
Farmers, bring your best, show
others what you can do.
A friendly competition between
We each claim our county the best;
lets prove it.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
MADE TO MEASURE
THEY WILL MAKE THE GREASERS BEHAVE IF
ADMHIISTRATIOt! WILL LET THEM
Fort Sam, Houston, Tex., March 30.
Three, batteries of artillery, 450
men with 12 field guns, left today for
Brownsville. Major-General Frederick
Funston left for Brownsville last
CUT OFF C A R R AN Z A I ST A S
Douglas, Ariz., March 30 Ambush Ambushed
ed Ambushed by Villaistas, 600 Carranzaista cav cavalry
alry cavalry are fighting for their lives 25
miles southeast df Agua Prieta. Run Runners
ners Runners reached Agua Prieta early this
morning appealing for help. Scores
of Carranzaistas have been killed'.
Address by Mrs. D. M. Smith Before
the Woman's Club of Ocala,
March 27, 1915
The history of ar is the history of
a nation's religion art jdates its de
cline from the time a nation loses its
reverence and its simplicity of cus customs
toms customs and. thought.
A vain, or a person without gen
erosity of heart can never paint inl
the noble sense of the Word nor can
person false of heart paint no pos
session of a fine technique or the
study of anatomy ever made an
artist; and a heart false to itself can
never realize the relations of truth
truth in its nobleness, its beauty, its
true wholesomeness. The greatest art
presents all things with perfect truth,
and it selects the best things to pre-.
The classical school (Claud and
Poussin and others) forsook the faith
of their fathers, and this was the be
ginning, of the decline of art in the
sixteenth century. This same spirit
almost ruined the literature of France
and of i England; almost destroyed
EnglisTi education. The classical
school cannot gam an influence over
a man of the greatest rank.
The great Venetians painted in the
ratio of about one profane picture to
ten on sacred subjects. And their
mot loved and their greatest works
Titian's wonderful art culminated in
his Presentation of the Blessed Virgin
Mary and the Assumption, both in the
Academy at Venice. Tintoretto's
greatest wrorks are the Crucifixion,
Church of San Cassiano and the Par Paradise
adise Paradise at-Venice. ;-
Veronesse's x Marriage at Cana,
painted for the Convent of San Gior Giorgio
gio Giorgio Maggiori, now in the -Louvre.
Luni, Carpaccio, Giovanni, Bellini,
Palma, Venvehzo, Bonifazio never
painted other than religious pictures,
and the wonderful Fra Angelico may
be called par excellence, the mystic
painter. In his frescoes and in his
pictures there breathes such an ineffa ineffable
ble ineffable calm, such a spirit of divine hap happiness,
piness, happiness, such an expression of pro profound
found profound religious feeling that one won won-deringly
deringly won-deringly comprehends how pure must
be that mind to be able to compose
in the rapture of a delightful vision,
figures clothed with the sweetness of
One must go to Florence to study
Fra Angelico. In 1407 he knocked at
the door of the Dominicans at Fiesole.
Fiesole! What a picture that word
projects to the eyes of a lover of
beauty and to one who has been there
in the body. Across the old historical
bridge of the Vecchio, first built in
966; "across the' Val d' Arno, and up
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mer patterns and shades in Worsteds, Cheviots, Serges and Tweeds.
Take your choice. Pick the style you prefer. That's all there is to rit. 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 wil1 give
you a Perfect Fit, the finest you ever had on your back, or hand back your
money. That is the Enolih Woolen Mills method of doing business. Its
the rf ethorf that guarantees the utmost clothes value for your money.
the mountain ever winding up up I
tho the ancient olive groves, all the
mountain enveloped in a mysterious
beauty and romance to arrive, after
climbing a long, steep rock-hewn
stairway, worn by the feet of the!
brothers of St. Dominic for. hundreds
of years at the monastery, and enter entering
ing entering the cloisters one seerns and feels
to have entered another world. Lean Leaning
ing Leaning on the old stone parapet I lost my myself,
self, myself, going back In spirit to the tran tranquil
quil tranquil beauty and fresh emotions of the
past. Leaning there I gazed, down,
down thro the wonderful clear atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of Italy; away across the val valley,
ley, valley, across the old-world waters of
the Arno, until my eyes rested on
that exquisite city of Florence, the
glittering marbles of palace and tow towers,
ers, towers, and high over all, that wonderful
dome Sancta Maria Delia Fiorc, by
Brunelleschi! And beyond, high high-frowning,
frowning, high-frowning, the medieval Tower of the
Signoria, considered one of the mas masterpieces
terpieces masterpieces of the age; and away to one
side dimly one sees the plaza of the
Monastery of San Marco, its cloisters
frescoed by the hand of Angelico the
blessed. In these cloisters, given by
the great Medici to the Order of
Order of Dominic, Fra Angelico pass passed
ed passed to the consummation of his pure
.The art of Angelico as a colorist
and a draughtsman is perfect, so
beautiful and so noble that one rec recognizes
ognizes recognizes it by the glorious and perfect
play of colors however surrounded by
the brilliant works of the same school
his may be known as wonderful jew jewels
els jewels among the glitter of common
stones. His figures are so saintly, so
pure and so expressive of the love lf
heaven that the hand of human paint painter
er painter will never more trace the like. He
makes you think of your Christ, not
of his painting.
Remember, that in looking upon a
picture, this' rule: 'All great art is in
praise of something 'one loves and the
higher the love the .higher the art, in
The last of the eleventh century
and the beginning of the twelfth,
about 1237, there arose in Florence a
man" called by some the elect of God
Cimabue. Italian art had been an
imitation of the conventional Greek.
Cimabue strove to break away from
this servile imitation and his painting
of the Madonna in St. Maria Novalla
is the proof of force of expression
and fullness of form. On the comple completion
tion completion of this picture, all the populace of
Florence, men, women and children,
rich and poor, in gala costumes, with
singing and lights, formed a proces procession
sion procession carrying this painting through
all the streets of the city and adjacent
hamlets, praising God for giving them
such a painter who could give them
such a painting. Sucha wonderful
enthusiasm for noble things of art is
in these days unknown; we have not
the reverence of spirit or the simple
love of beauty.
Cimabue's disciple was Giotto, 1276,
the friend of Dante who .aided him in
the interpretation of the beautiful and
true. When at Florence I saw hawk hawked
ed hawked in the streets small .bronze medal medallions
lions medallions of the heads of Dante and Giotto.
This cast was from the wonderful
frescoe discovered on the walls of the
Brancacci chapel, said to be by Masac Masac-cio.
cio. Masac-cio. This frescoe was covered by the
hand of some vandal of the sixteenth
century with whitewash. Can you
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INUIGNATIOH PERVADES BBITAIII AT STORIES OF SUB Ol
Iiondon, March 30. Wrath swept
over England today when stories ct
r England today when stories ct
sinking of the Falsba and Aquilla
e published. It is said that the
mans aboard the submarine jeered
at the men and women who were
struggling for their lives in the wa water.
ter. water. Demands are made on all sides that
submarine's crews, now held prison prisoners,
ers, prisoners, be summarily tried as pirates.
It is stated today that 112 aboard
the Falsba and 26 oh the .Aquilla lost
The Falsba, torpedoed Sunday in
St. George's channel, had aboard 100
passengers and a crew of ninety. Of
this total only 140 were rescued. Eight
of those rescued died from exposure.
The Aquilla was sunk by shell fire
Saturday night off the Pembroke
coast. She carried three passengers
and a, crew of forty-two. Twenty Twenty-three
three Twenty-three of thfe crew and all of the pas passengers
sengers passengers were lost.
Another Dutch steamer, the Amstel,
of 495 tens, was blown up by a mine
ofF Flamborough head yesterday.
In the case of both the Falsba and
the Aquilla 'on sighting the subma submarine
rine submarine the captain tried to escape by
putting on all speed possible, but the
underwater craft overtook the steam steamers,
ers, steamers, showing that Germany now has
some of her most modern submarines
engaged in the operations against
The captain of the Falsba, who was
lost, was given five minutes to get his
passengers and crew into the boats,
but, according to the survivors, before
this was possible a torpedo' hit the
engine room,, causing an explosion.
Many were killed, and the steamer
sank in ten minutes. Trawlers res rescued
cued rescued most of those who were saved;
others got away in the boats. Those
still on the steamer when the explo explosion
sion explosion occurred were thrown into the
ea and it took fishermen an hour or
more to pick up those in the water
who managed to keep afloat.
BUILDING A NEW HOME
Mr. Joe Needham, a son of the well
known plumber, T. Needham, and
himself a plumber, is building a com comfortable
fortable comfortable two-storV seven-room resi residence
dence residence in Mr. Marcu3 Frank's addition,
between the new homes of Mr. Weller
Carmichael and Mr. David Welch.
All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
bv the Ocala" Seed Store. 5-tf.
Starting tomorrow the Star's new serial'. story,
will be publisheii each week on Wednesday and
Thursday afternoons, instead of Friday afternoon.
This is done for the accommodation of readers, who,
otherwise, would be unable to read the story before
seeing the pictures at the Temple Theater on
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STANDING WATCH 'OVER
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Newport News, March 30. V.'iJh
ner uecKs Cleared lor cicuoti. ;
'pating any action necessary
holding the United States' nevtral.ty,
the battleship Alabama rendu n tli
Virginia capes today, prepared to 'pre 'prevent
vent 'prevent the departure of the German
cruiser, Friederich Eilel, unle-s
complies with naval requirerrientH. or
prevent British cryisers from attach attaching
ing attaching her in American waters. It is the
general impression that the Eitel will
intern at Newport News until the war
GRAIN FOR THE GERMANS
Stored by the Thousand Carlc.K?- tit
Roumanian Railway Stations
Bucharest, March 30. Nearly 46.-'
000 carloads of grain, mostly wheat
and rye, are stored at the Rouman Roumanian
ian Roumanian railroad stations, awaiting trans transfer
fer transfer to Germany and Austria-Hungary.
About half of the quantity is consign consigned
ed consigned to German millers.
A lack of rolling stock hps opcrat-;-'!
against prompt transfers, hvt Ger Germany
many Germany has now met this problem vih
an agreement to send into Hourrnr:
daily 300 box-cars, which arc l 1
used in transporting the grair. 'I
first of these have arrived. With Au -tria-Hungary
no agreement ha h t e"i
reached but its share of the grp. in t!
being shipped out as fast as the nur -ber
of cars available permits.
It is, said here that in Iku of -tain
concessions Germany will in tr :
future observe a more liberal e!.-
mercial policy with Roumania. Yh. :
these concessions are, however, cotrd
not be. ascertained.
CHOICE SMALL HAME FOR SUE
A number of very choice f.mail nr.- :
and shoulders for sale; corn fe l ..';
smoked with green hickory v:oh
Inquire of Sterling Hooper, at Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall Barbershop. 30-tf
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GREAT MILL WITH : Mr- R C. Camp invited him in com-
LIGIITNING FOR GRIST pany with Col. R. F. Rogers, post
master of Ocala, and Col. G. A. Nash,
Some twenty years ago, the writer! member of the city council, to visit
was one of a party making a trip
e w thlnfoorhec river m a;
the dam one day last week. The party
, i..i,.,rnf u left Ocala early in the morning, in
.rowboat. ine parxy emuaeu
Wekiwa Blue Spring, and went down Mr. Gamp's big Hudson car, which
the Wekiwa, or Blue Spring, run, to took them to Dunnellon after an
the Withlacoochee. and on-that stream hour'3 easy run.
to the gulf. At Dunnellon, they were joined by;
The Withlacoochee wasn't what you Mr. E. J. Jones, the skilled engineer:
might call running thru a -thickly who has charge of the Florida Power ; peak load; that is for,- only
settled country. It is about forty Company's different operations, leav leav-miles
miles leav-miles from Dunnellon to the gulf, and ing Dunnellon, they took the road
lnnfr that course were lust three that follows the Withlacoochee along
its- north bank. It is an
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Ym need onlv to use Cilumet
a constant us-.-r.
yn;:r K"oc.rx today
tet it in yonr next
baking. Insist on
?s' :'"2Jt Inking. Insist on
RTXETVED HIGHEST AWARDS
Worl I Pyre Food Exposition
Chicago. liL. Pari Lxpo-
tion I rnce, March, 1912
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FRONT VIEW OF POWER HOUSE OF THE FLORIDA POWER CO. ON THE WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER
hours in the twenty-four.
this been felt in mountain regions, I STAR IS READ ALL
where drouth sometimes dwindles riv- 1 OVER THE STATE
- lrkVl.' a tin A pvpn to drv beds. I
Mr. Camp introduced his guests to FloHd'a power Company win Mn z, a Chambliss has just receiv-
important Mr. John Shuford, the etucient en-!never have this trouble unless theetj positive proof of the scope of cir
Umicfla-' atiIv rmo of thfm inhabited.
.' rxio Af'milM' ;onth road, but not a good one, and it isigineer of the plant, and the son of ;.ocean dries up. Its main source of sup- ; culation of the Daily and Weekly Star,
beginning a coupie 01 nmt.a outn iA, tTu ' t' Mr.: i..:, 4Vl; wi.;,n ri,10 Qnrino. xvhirh t t n'o,io'fl ,io;i,r iQf
f D nnellon was a series of rapids, strange mai, ievy tuuiu.v uws ucuia t um.ic lj.. w. uiy i cai0 -"----iii wsi, ncunciuaj o
'Th 'U e e not naturally fierce ones- realize the need of a better highway Shuford keeps the great powerhouse : bears the same relation to the With-1 week's weekly, we announced that Mr.
C Wi-r .iW Mimh thpm to such an important point. The Star with its tremendous machinery in ap-; Iacoochee that Silver Springs does to Chambliss had wired to Miami for to-
t r "V U wprP "' on choked has heard many people say they would ; plepie order. ; the Oklawaha. This spring has never t mato plants, to replace those killed by
but at the time they were so cnoKea ... i. f .v. I.'.:.. x. vr ,n,f; ... ,r. t.
like to maKe tnis trip ana are oniy jn iaea 01 ine bimpnuu) ui "i- Deen Known 10 iau uciuw j. ine nosi. .vir. vsiuuuuusa a uwv
he has since received letters, tele telegrams
grams telegrams and telephone messages from
all over Marion county and Florida,
asking him for plants.
AFTERNOON PAPER OF
TAMPA SPREADING OUT
T ioa'f mt eey T 1T cUip or t ij-ran htXle powder. Dat k'.oL ti Ca
Hmp-erous The writer pulled the deterred by ten miles of road, which ) electric plants can be conveyed byi point, and at that point it has always
oars while the other man in the 1S a sreax, irmi on uum ju amu aau;me lacmwi wn who iu" j i sni out u. sucam .v
party steered, and the sensation when its driver. looking after all the machinery, man-i river steanier. ,.
starting down a rapid, with the knowl- The last mile of the road, however, ufacturing energy by the thousands Building the dam has created a lake,
cde that a mistwist of the rudder is good; being put in shape by the of horsepower, which in a steam plant j and caused the -water to back up be be-would
would be-would send everybody in the boat Florida Power Company at its own j would have taken scores of sweating j yond Dunnellon, practically wiping
into ten feet of water, was more ex- expense.
citinsr than pleasant. way near the river, the stream is not to look after them. j west of that point, securing a good
At the end of the rapids, looking seen until almost at.ine pianu ; Aner looung uvi. m. mw cnannei ana maKiag gouu uu. u M Q gnow of the Tampa
1.0.1. n,Kut. fitrPflm. and re- The big concrete powerhouse sits j and marveling at its wonderful sim-igroUnd for light boats. This lake irtwn mncrin to RnrPaH
. . i- I A.- vir fho am fln in thp valifiv. nliMtv nnrl nnwpr. the visitors went "U d t cfinn M Wnms a fisherman s Daraclise. .. . . 1..
membering tne paucity 01 numan.jue : -- p i the circulation 01 mat Dig aiternoon
seen along the banks, the writer said, so it looks little until one is right at on the dam to look at the turbine pits In the center of the dam, -by the j Times has commenced
"I can't think there will be much it. .Some distance away, thru the as well as the lake-like expanse of j power house, is a lock that a big! & noon edition which not
traffic on this river for the next half splash and ripple of the water, the : the river above as compared with its ; river steamer could pass thru. The! Qom in handy for people who
a century." visitor becomes conscious, ot music, ajfrenzied race m its own natural cnan-.i0ck is not in operation, ior uieie aic
"No said the other man (a New steady, whirring tune that is very ; nel below. i no boats to use it, and, on account of
Englander, by the way) "but there is pleasant to listen to." The power house is built across the '; the war, the government does not
power enough here to run fifty fac- Reaching the door of the power j stream; directly below the dam. It ispreSs its completion; however,' all the
it- rtAwaVflnvfliinp for them house, one is impressed with the size of solid concrete construction, its ; machinery is on the ground, and
to'do." V of the building, which only at that foundations resting directly on the could be put in place in a few Aveeks. Seaboard iimite(j which leaves Tarn
The Yankee was thinking of one moment becomes apparent, and Jhe j river bed. The dam is also ot con-, strange to say, the w itniacoocnee, & t distribute papers all
dam after another, with three or four fact that it is not crowded with ma-j crete, thoroughly reinforced, and isone of the wildest and most lonesome; h& the
factories for each, along the stream, chinery. In fact there is but little j supplied with adequate flood-gates ; streams in Florida, has become thej tel ph news for an afternoon daily
- He was, in short, thinking only of machinery in sight. True, there are j and a lock 40x160 feet m size, which j mainspring in two of the most im-; in b oohf so the Times will
bringing the factory to the power, three immense humps arising out of j covers every requirement of the gov-; portant improvements in the state. be to readers along. the
Hydro-electric plants were in their the floor, but as you view them from ernment relating to navigable ; Several years ago, the Dunnellon j u f the geab oard an excellent ser-
infancy. Establishing a central plant the end tney are penectiy sun. xnere; streams. ; inospnate company, wecyiiiK ryice jt wnr probably cut into the
and sending the power to factories a is none of the throbbing vibration of; Since erection of the dam the With- orbitant freight rates, established abusiness of the Jacksonville Metrop-
- uAr.A iFQv hcAn'r nwirroH a steam Dlant. but the unceasing, iacoochee nas oeen raiseu some iwen- Harbor at tne moutn oi me nver,
On and after
all Cigars4 Tobacco, Cigarettes, Ice Cream and
Cold Drinks will be sold for
desire to read the latest news while
eating luncheon in the Gulf City, but
will be the first daily paper for many
in nearby .towns.
The Times will avail itself of the
A few years later, Col. W. N. Camp smooth volume.
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whirring tone comes at you m a great,; ty-one ieet aoove normal ,wai Duut a railway une xrom imnc.w cannot deliver it in Ocala until
backing up the entire flow' of the a point below the rapids, and began j g O,dock From 0cala clear
s J 1 1 J I Hn11nvi i 1 J 1 1 V. Alii-
4 -a,,Z.- t-u. i,r ; "o Vvrtof I A fw stens down and-forward, and! stream' to a romt bevond uunneiion, ; eendinc 'its rock in barges out to
iv i i i i in su ii 111 r-" jj it' r iiwc-i iia l ifv la. uai . i i
VT- Trvo f Va Ti moc will Tin
realized the possibilities of the stream, you pass the rim ,of the first hump j and, forming a lake over 3,000 acres j steamers that lay in the pool off; sweep. Writh a special service
and he and his sons went to work to and the mystery is revealed. inem extent Denina tne aam. j snore, ine- oarges, arawn uy LUKj o" th Fiorida
hump is an immense fixed wheel, half This guarantees an ample storage j used the lower eight miles of the; fill .. ,
supply of water- to meet all emer- river. This,-' on account of the rapids, j t' -.
.. .. i ...... ii. -f tne x lmes.
gencies, besides giving a continuous was an artinciai denance oi tne iawt- m :t
. It took some faith. The plant would of. it in a pit below the level of the
have to be located in a wilderness, floor, but is whirling so fast you
There was a bunch of big phosphate can't see the spokes. This wheel is
plants near by but the nearest town set on a mi
of anv size Ojeala wras 35
no paper in
place to remark that the home paper
head of water capable of generating j Qf nature, and the usual rules of com-
ighty steel axle, and the 3,500 net electrical horsepower, at a merce, but it paid. If it hadn't been teleranh diDatches
miles axle goes thru the wall of the build- j minimum estimate. for the rapids, the Dunnellon Com-; is abea(j cf both
, ... ... t rrt I i J 1 iU T I J 1 I, -m o r a U 1 1 ,1 n Kovrrac i r 1
away, Gainesville lurtner, and xampa, lngj xurnmg as easily t& txie aAic ui. Auuiuunai "'amny couiu nave iuaucu ... ""'bujj Tamna and Jacksonville papers
the nearest large city, 0. an auto, DUt ntting so exacuy uiai avauawe oy uunzmg uuiu iCS.Vuo, ax us mines; uuv, un n., b -d o-ivintr the half of the day's
However, the work was started, not a drop oi water comes mru xroni ; ana insiaumg auuiuundij.iiu.ii.w,.u it nauni;umi xui xi, v; ews tbat their early editions cannot
the curbed W itniacoocnee, wnicn irets i x ne electrical generators now msian- j couldn't nave naa tne immense uyuru-.
and carefully carried to completion; a
few months after the first stroke of on the other side of .the wall, and
work, the wild Withlacoochee was pours only so much of its tide as it is
"harnessed, ; and 'the current-bearing allowed to in the pit where crouches
copper wires were steadily extending the turbine which spins the wheel in
thru forests anoT swamps to -a score the power house, and generates the
of places where light and power were current which could race with the
needed. thunderbolts that not many years ago
The enterprise at once filled a long- it was supposed only omnipotence
felt want in the phosphate industry, could handle.
The Camps had their own mines, and
pd have capacities of 1000 K. W. each. '! pTprtric rdant. Civilization is" the
and .the" water .-wheels 'have units, of j gainer, for some day fair freight
the same capacity. rates will render artificial harbors j
At' the same time, the plant has unnecessary, but as for the electric;
TO THE HOUSEWIFE
. ; j U 1
J .- f"
J : ? I
U ft l;nUjHr.
We wish to announce to the public of Cen Central
tral Central Florida that our large and up-to-date Bottlinf;
Plant is now open, ready for inspection and visi
tors are welcome.
V V C Cl 1 V UUtLlllI,, 1U I l-l.v uuav "in; v
mous Georgia drink.
( biiSi irQSa)
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
Our plant is two blocks south of the square, on
CHERO-COLA BOTTLING. COMPANY
Phone 521 -:- Ocala, FI.:.
CJLmuuk n 'II P I Hi III III I I cixsay.t
Moowi if vnnr lii-icl-ianrl ? 15Vp TTir4;t
been designed for the ultimate instal- j plant, its usefulness is probably forimen he expects you to look after the
i-i! i 4 r i ii j i i iii e it i :i .J
iax.ion ox uvno mure geneiaiuio, ja ; an tne ages. ; . neann oi yoursen anu cjiiiuici.
capacity of 1800 horsepower each. i The plant is not doing as much bus-i Coughs "and colds are the most com com-,
, com-, From the powerhouse dectrical cur-jiness as it did a few months ago. The of themino. J?
rent is distributed to Dunnellon, ; war has caused the phosphate -mines much more Hkelv to con-
There are three of these" big gen-! Floral City and other points by three j to shut down, and has curbed progress j tract diphtheria or scarlet fever when
a half a dozen other big companies erators, and if they were all in opera- single O copper wires carried on steelin other -lines. However, the war jit has a cold. If you will inquire into
were only too glad to obtain electric tion they would make current enough j towers and suspension type insulators j can't last forever the warring coun-; the merits of the
to supply every town between Jack-1 at 60,000 volts. (tries are hungry for phosphate now lids, you win find that Chamberlain's
sonville and Tampa, outside of those The metlaed of construction of thej and when it ends the steamers laden Cough Remery stands high in the es-
two' cities. As long as the river runs j transmission '.lines is of the very lat- j with rock will make an unending ; timation of people who use it.. It is
and the dam holds they will run as est design and is done in as perfect procession across the ocean. Mean- prompt and effectual, pleasant and
x j-i xt t - . ,r i u safe to take, which are qualities espe-
steadily as the wheels of fate. a manner as possible. It is the unique time the Messrs. Camp are busy ob-. cialy to be desired when a medicme
Only .two of theUig generators were I distinction of this company that it has taining contracts in other lines. The js intended for children. For sale by
running that morning, it being the ; -never had a shut-down from any trou- 1 current from their plant is available all dealers. .3-l-15t
practice to let them take a time about, ble on its high tension line. This rec-; at any point within a hundred miles,!
1 1 , : t 1 11 1,1 1 .. .i i j xl
current, the cheapest, cleanest, most
efficient power. The nearby town of
Dunnellon took the current, and soon
after other towns, Brooksville, ; Floral
City and Inverness, also caught on to
this unequalled method of obtaining
power and light.
The writer had once or. twice ex expressed
pressed expressed a' wish to see this big plant r
the most notable instance of man tak-
ing advantage of the., opportunities
nature affords in this part of the
world, and was much pleased when
so that, a constant, inspection of the 1 ord is hardly equalled anywhere in the an(j they could supply .ten cities the The most satisfying box of candy.
machinery" can be made. Even with United States. i size of Ocala with light and power. It Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
all the business that might reasonably i The greatest trouble to which hydro- is understood that they will supply at l pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerigs
be expected, it "would be necessary to J electric plants have been subjected least a part of. St. Petersburg, far j Drug Stores only. 22-tf.
run all three only when carrying a i has been low water. Particularly has j down oh the Pinellas peninsula, with ;
t current, and they have other big con- RECOMMENDS CHAMBER-
" tracts in prospect. LAIVS CCGII REMEDY
rtiauuiu iiuu sAjiu , i
' ,. .lit.- i,i4-: X iaKe pleasure m leLunuucuuiJig
, eeme was a nve wire, out e Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to rr
; be in it with the engineer, a plain customers because I have confidence
American citizen ,clad in blue shirt in it. I find that they are pleased
land overalls, who can push in a lever with it and call for it when again in
neea oi sucn a inetiicxnt;, wruts o.
Sexson, Montevallo, Mo. For sale by
it -i ST-
fKrrr ns ran n por
Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is tr.L.-.i
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which r
suit in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ws. Let i
have your custom we deserve it.
LhL 'mf "i. i.
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CHOICE OF 5 TOURIST T
NORTH and NOHTIiWES
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"DIXIE FLYER,'. "DIXIE LIMITED", "SEMINOLE LIMITED,
ATLANTIC LIMITED, "MONTGOMERY ROUTE.
fi i v
j that a child could move and send a
flood of brilliant light into tne streets ajj driers.
: of a city a hundred miles away. And
there is little doubt that the Florida
Tower Company will be dealing out
i this sort of magic to a dozen fiourifeh fiourifeh-;ing
;ing fiourifeh-;ing towns in the next year or two.
Dr. J. Waiter Iiockts new office tele tele-ihone
ihone tele-ihone numkr is 234. 15-tf
STAXD.KI RA1LTlm OK THE SOUTH
Pullman cars Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louin, Cincinnati, Louis vi
Indianapolis, Cleveland and intermediate points.
DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
For tickets and information call on Atlantic C :ne Ticket
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
Smoke Cuban Club, ."c Cigar.
'The. drugs ued -in oti- prescription
department are the best to be had.
nr.d ACCURACY is our watchword.
The Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
Have vour choice Pab-t's creamy
"bock cr Pabst's Dlue
draft, at Jwnnny's.
NO USE TO TRY AND WEAR
OUT YOUR COLD IT WILL
WEAR YOU OUT INSTEAD
Thousands keep on suffering coughs
and colds through neglect and delay.
WW mp vnurself an easv rey t"
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and E! B ILKERS
fine Caskets and Curia! Robes.
E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
serious ailments and epidemics as the
i rerilt of a neglected Cold? Coughs
' and Cold? sap your strength and vi vi-tnl"tir
tnl"tir vi-tnl"tir unless checked in the early
staees. Dr. King's New Discovery
what you reed the first dose helps. All Work Done by Licensed Erabal-
Y'our herul clears up, you breatne iree iree-ly
ly iree-ly and you feel so much better. Buy
a bottle today and start taking it at
once. MonTues Fri wky adv. D
W. K. T-ne, M. D., rr-.yslclan and
iur-ueon, isprrialisf f'y. yT N'M3
An excellent candy
the box at Of-rig's Druf- Storor
ind Throat. T;ih lahrary lituKiin?- ior x rioia vtets.
1 Complete line of Pr'as' Ens
VEGITl ABLES, MILK AND EGGS dye:
every imaginable color,
from our own farm daily. Open night 'Court Pharmacy
and .day, Merchant's Cafe. tf - -"
mers and Fully Guaranteed
iiquse or the r
POWER CO. ON THE WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER, Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar. Undertaking OfSce
('Made in Marion County,
-Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND, DELIVERED
t i L j )
Your. i,t.? will I'.s;
OCA LA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1D13
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone lOf )
T H E D 1
II 1 1 III I I I E T 9 I B I 1 f 9 M Aft E
The '-Baptist ladies will hold an
Easter bazaar Friday, April 2, in the
! store room on the southwest comer of (
; the Harrington block. A varied line
' j. f" l . . ,4- . IIV T T Vfcv s-tV I 1
also cakes and candies.
Mrs. W. S. Bullock, who has been
confined to her room since
The btory of Kunaw3y June win ap-r5Uffcrin? fom a reIapse of
pear in the Star on Wednesdays somewhat better today.
and Thursdays j ''.'
. " j Mrs.' J. B. Wiley of Troy, Ala., who
Hereafter- the ?tory ''Runaway j hag been visiting her sister, Mrs. R.
3une,"will he -divided, each week and j A iurford for a fortnight, left today
part.of.it published in Wednesday's for Jacksonville for another visit to
paper and -part in .Thursday's paper, her daughter, Mrs. James Livingston,
We have had a good many people say i before returning home,
they did not have time Friday evening
to read the story before going to the j .jjr ar:
J empie theater to see tne motion pic-j PM( Mrs.
tares illu?trating the story; Running
the story in this manner will give our
readers and the theater patrons
ample time to read the story before
the pictures are shown on Friday
nights." Remember, in future you. will
read "Runaway June"' in Wednesday
and Thursday afternoon's Star, and
see the pictures at' the Temple theater
each Friday night.
i Mrs. II. W. Tucker, Mr.
Henry Livingston, Miss
Catharine Livingston and Mrs. Liv Livingston's
ingston's Livingston's s'ster, Mrs. S. A. Marshall
of Ohio, spent today at Lake Weir,
fishing and picnicking.
We beg to announce that our Ice Cream Department will be open to the general public Thursday, April the first Hov v v cr
March, thirty first, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. Tnree to Five o'clock, we will keep open house, Exclusively fur the ladies of On!-
and we trust they willhonor us with their presence. VELVET served. . Music! v
Our plant is the most sanitar of its kind in Central Florida; all utensils, ienlded, stcf.ir.td 'ei;d steiilizcd 71 e hiimnr Vnuh
do not touch any of our goods in the making. We use the highest grade of fruits, extracts, and pasteurize in our own plant JerVv
milk and cream, all under the direct supervision of a professional ice cream maker, financially interested in our success Our VELVET
Ice tream is the superior of all ice cream and is made where, . J
Of Special Legislation
- Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned charter committee appoint appointed
ed appointed by the citizens of the city of Ocala
will apply to the next session of the
legislature of Florida to enact a law
authorizing the citizens of the city of
Ocala to adopt by a' vote of the regis registered
tered registered voters of said city, a charter for
its own local government.
. ';. F. L. Harris,
George Rentz, -Charter
FOR THE STOMACH AND LIVER
I. N. Stuf.rt, West Webster, N. Y.,
writes: "I have used Chamberlain's
Tablets for disorders of the stomach ,1 ...
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 a,re mild in
their action and the results have been
satisfactory. I value them highly."
For sale by ali dealers.
Smoke Cuban Out,
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax, who
have been occupying the D. S. Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row home since the first of the year,
left today for their home in Baltimore.
They motored to Jacksonville, will
ship their car from there and continue
their trip by rail. Mr. and Mrs. Ax
are annual winter visitors, whose ar arrival
rival arrival is anticipated by a large circle
Mrs. W. D. Turnley of Fort Meade,
after a visi t of several weeks to her
brother and sister, Mr. W. T. Gary
and Mrs. E. T, .Helvenston, left last
week for home.'
'.,';'. .''' '. ."'' 'Z-- :
. Prof. J. S. Pearson, a" golf expert
who spends several weeks each winter
in the city, left yosterday for Chicago.
This is an age of close business settlements and our ice creams to the Coiisamr. will be sold fir-Cnsh tUwr nt vmr
By using the cash system, we can give youJiigher quality, better cream percentage, than dealers maintaining a credit system Also Uu
matter of bookkeeping pertaining to small accounts will be eliminated. We take this step after careful consideration and -feel "it will h
of mutual advantage to ail.
LET US HAVE YOUR BUSINESS EASTER WEEK. SUNDAY DELIVERIES
.uapis&wc.. iriaM.ajaMons.SJOc -GaHloini
OUT OF TOWN ORDERS A SPECIALTY, WRITE, WIRE OR PHONE US. SPECIAL DESIGNS.
Our bottled goods will be on the market shortly, being delayed on account of a few essentials of whch we are in no way res no n sib 1
wu-LULA, maae irom me original uoco-uoia lormula, Ked Rock Ciinger Ale, and other quality carbonated d
among our superior aruiKs. v .
We expect to add materially to the commercial interests of Marion county and are already planning to enlarge the scope of ou
s and make use of adjacent building. We invite clean competition and believe as the Rotarians; "He ProHls Most, Who Serves 3cs!.
10 WEST FORT KING AVE..
: a. ..
Next Door Thcus-Zachry Co.
PHONE 525, OCALA, FLORID
. s. j. m
Mrs. Maude Home returned last
night from a several days visit to Mi
ami, ... .:'. ."'.
:-r t i '"'
SDent this winter in Gainesville, where
-1.111 t t
sne neia one 01 tne important classes
in music at Brenau College. Dr. Ru Rudolph
dolph Rudolph is one of the leading young phy physicians
sicians physicians of North Georgia, a nephew of
Mrs. Bailey, whose husband Was for
years the leading specialist in Geor-
Mrs. E. K. Aldrich of Providence.
I R- I., aftpr a visit nf fhrpf wp1cs tn
Brenau girls and visitors to Brenau her siste Mrs. G. K. Robinson, has
College Will be interested in the fol
lowing taken from the Atlanta Geor Georgian:
gian: Georgian: ''The engagement of Miss Annie
Louise Pagett to Dr. Latimer Rudolph
of Gainesville, brings to light an in
left for home.
Mfs. G. J. Blitch and son Hardy
Croom, Miss Jefferson Bell and Mr.
0 t U T11 i : a. 1
Miss Pagett has' p xci reiunieu yesteruay lrura
Miami. I hey made the trip to and
from Palatka by water.
W e offer the Seven-Room Residence, and Lot 94 x 210,
714 Sanchez Street, for $3500. $1500 Cash; Balance
Residence and East Half of Lot, $2800. $1000 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. C0AZAL & SONS CO.
' REAL ESTATE
Telephone 228 :
P. O. Box 175
CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00.
SSalc, County and CiSy Depository.
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF
M i 1 V,
Restaurant with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath ,$1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the Hoube
riiECTIilU LLKVA COM SKUVICIi l'HDNKS IX ALI, IMiS
The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM A XI) BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF
- Mr, and Mrs. Simeon Trantham
have just returned from their wed wedding
ding wedding trip and are pleasantly located
at Mrs. William Marshall's on East
Call, street. Mrs. Trantham will be
pleasantly remembered as Miss Josie
Bullock of Ocala, having visited Miss
OmeraHolloway on one occasion two
years ago. Tallahassee Democrat. t
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Davis, Mr.
and "Mrs. A. L. Taveau and guest,
Miss Hannay Ellis of Ocala, motored
over from Altamonte Springs "and
spent the morning shopping in the
city. Orlando Reporter-Star.
(Continued from 1st Page)
There is a story told of Giotto be-
fore his reputation was established. Itj
was the custom of the popes at Rome, i
who were the greatest patrons of art)
and literature then in the world, to
send ambassadors to all cities and j
countries, seeking artists and men of j
talent. Coming to Florence, this am-
bassador, after collecting sketches
from the different artists (these
sketches to be taken to the pope for for-his
his for-his judgment) was- told of Giotto. Up- j
on requesting a sketch of him, Giotto
took a piece of drawing material and
with one motion of his brush drew a'
perfect circle. The ambassador, who j
was in velvet, about whose neck hung
a chain of gold, betokening his rank
of a noble, was very indignant that an j
unknown-artist should ridicule him, j
and refused to tak& the circle. Giotto'
said : "The pope will understand."
After much persuasion by friends of i
Giotto, he finally yielded. Presenting 1
the elaborate sketches to the pope, he!
with much trepeditation presented
ixiotto s circle, wnereupon the pope
laid aside the sketches and asked him,
"From whom had he this circle?' He j
said: "From an unknown youth of I
Florence."' Much to his chagrin and
surprise, the pope sent him post haste
back to Florence to bring him this I
fx 1 t
Will yield big crops of corn", cane, cowpeas velvet Iwtn.s, ra;c, pMii'i
besides raising Bermuda, Rhodes, Para, Xatal -and otlicr grasses for liav
these crops available, cattle, sheep and hogs can have green food the year ruui
h-os caelum J
. With al1
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 necessarv on anv farm. Make
to Okeechobee oh the new division of the Florida East Coast Railway without delay, and
yourself just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now only a trifle over twelve
journey from Jacksonville.
Investigate This Wonderful Country While You
Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your
mow in i
ciiiu jjiiD. j. . ivjiic nave l K-
turned to their home in Gadsden, Ala.,
after enjoying a stay of some length
in Jacksonville and other points of in interest
terest interest in Florida. Times-Union.
(Concluded on Page Four)
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, Florida, intend to apply
to the legislature of the state of Flor-
youth who could make -such a circle
with one sweep of his brush.
Giotto was followed by Orcagra in
1308, he by Fra Angelico, 1396; then
Masaccio, 1402; bySaridro Botticelli
in 1447; Credi in 1459; Leonardo di
Vinci in 1452. Fra Bartolomeo, Ghir Ghir-landio,
landio, Ghir-landio, then Michelangelo Buonarotti
and Rafello with whom these splendid
centuries of art began to decline, rap rapidly
idly rapidly descending with the Tuscan
school into the rococco and baroque
wh'ch was its death.
The highest subjects of a painting
are, first, tne representation oi the
: .1 i :i. i rvi r e
ma, at its leguwr sewiun m xixu, lur, God his heaven his angels and
a social legislaMon authorizing thesaints. then comes the mother love,
re-issue and validation of all outstand- j nlustrated by the love of an old
ing county warrants issued by or un-mother whose heart has been trampled
der authority of the board of county upon by an ungrateful son, who has
commissioners of Marion county, Flor-1
ida, prior to February 1st, 1915, or
such of said warrants as the said leg
islature may see fit to authorize to be .'
re-issued and validated; and also pro providing
viding providing for the payment of interest
thereon, and for making the said war warrants
rants warrants payable at fixed periods.
Board County Commissioners, Marion i
County, Florida. 1-30
You will find it unexcelled for general fanning, livestock and poultry raising and for
kinds of vegetables common to Florida as well as the finest citrus fruit. Ths town and country
will grow at an amazing rate during the next few vcars. We also have -excellent land and town
lots at Chuluota
Kenansville the former a fine lake section in Seminole County
fruit growing, trucking and pmeral farming, and the latter a fertile pine land country in
County especially adapted to stock raising, general-farming and fruit
full particulars to
Write todav for
J. E. INGRAM AM, Vice-President
Land and Industrial Department, Florida East Coast Railway
. Room 2C0 City Building ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
dragged his honor in the dust; a little
dog who will fight-a lion for her pup
pies; a bird hovering her fledglings i'j
on tne nest nowrever tne sieet anu
cold rain may beat on her unprotected'
body. All other subjects come after
in a descending ratio. Uut alwavs tms t
rule holds true: AH art is in praise of -something
loved and the higher theUI
object loved, the higher the art. j:
- m i
The state and county tax books i
will close according to the laws of
Florida 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 I
bring or send a correct description of J
your property when you wish either
a memorandum of the amount or toj
pay your taxes', thus reducing the I
possibility of an error to the mini-
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
E. C. Jordan & Co.
. Furniture and
Phone 10 10-Ocala,
Ocala, 10-Ocala, Fla.
219 WEST BROADWAY
HOW SOLDIERS LIVE AND FIGHT
IN THE TRENCHES
To a Person Who Prides
' Oimsell on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne-
4 . y
mum. it you write us aa not oe lm
patient if our reply seems delayed.
We will answer as fast, as we possi-j
l ly can "and as near as practical all j
letters in the order in which they
were received. Yours very trulv,
- W. L. COLBERT,
C-4-riOd Tax Collector j
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PFR PUN, DI LIVERFD
London, March "30: When it rains
the trenches are half filled with water.
The cold is always of the damp, pene-
very marrow. Hot food is served three Y
tunes a day to tne men in tne trencnes
oy otner. spiuiers, wno scurry iay iay-Viite
Viite iay-Viite -tVimttrrVt rrttr nnMVPrpH tlinnpls
running back from tne works conceal
ing the guns.
These men in the trenches must
have good food in order that they canv
have good blood, and if they have good I X
blood, they have good courage, theyj,
keep warm because their circulation is
good and tneir extremities are warmj,,
from exercise. Many men are inval-; :-;-"-
ided, however, because their blool and!
their stomach were not right to with- TT"
stand the awful hardships of this win winter
ter winter campaign.
When vou do not properly digest
vour food your blood becomes thin and
pvprv nrp-an of the I-odv soon feels the t
ofTWt. Thp result is headaches.il
cloonlpccnocs nPrvftiKPnpcs ?r.(! m n n
other symptoms lue to accumulation ;
of poisons in the body. Unless the;'
einmar-Vi is rrivpn n?n this --tn.ff 'i
j more serious illnesses follow. Nov.- is!;
the time to take Dr. Pierce's Go'der r
A FAIR OIF IVCOII
Will exchange city lots or a small farm for
a pair of Good Mules. If interested let me hear
from you at once.
I "iMpi m tful mm mm Vi m
WINDSOR HOTEL .AMD PAR
AH! Tht: INVIGORATING
WHlt F OF '1 HE FINE FORESTS
How it clears the throat and .head j
of its mucous ailments. It is this spir- j
it of newness and vigor from the 4
healtn-giving piny lorests brought
back by Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
Antiseptis and healing. 'Buy a bot bottle
tle bottle today. All druggists, 25c.' Elec Electric
tric Electric Bitters a Spring Tonic. iMon tues,
Fri wkly. Adv.
First of the season Pabst excellent i
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
When Talk Begins. ;
Hostess "People ae very dull to tonight,
night, tonight, A dol ph. I really can't get theja
to talk." Host "Play something,
; Medical Discovery (in tablet or 1'quidu
' i o i 1 form.) It Kas the same pnver to set
i Ocala Ice & PacKino to ou ,ri-ht n proved to i
I S3 ; Irv thniKflnri? nf nthr- CTi.n. it will
If your car needs PAINTING see
me. If it needs brightening up use my
"AUTO PRESERVATION POLISH"
j ard. save paint bills Price $1.00.
T. D DILLON
03 N. Main SL Phone 193
help vour stomach so thit the f od you
I eat will nourisn ttna fUstain you ana ;
; make good reviving blocd. It will en-j
able you to get rid of the waste a slug- i
- gish liver and irregu'ar bowels iwvej
j permitted to accumulated in 'your sys-'
; tern. '"' r j '.
; Dr. Pierce's tloldert Medical-DIs-j i
covery is composed of known native ;
j no alcohol nor narcotic drugs to give j
I you harmful habits. It can now be!
I obtained in tablet or liquid form froml
dealers, or send 50 j-rtamps for box of j
tablets. '' .'
- Adress: Dr. Pierce, Invalid's Hotel,
Buffalo, IVY Adv.'l.i
Smoke Cuban Club, oc Clear.
.. DrSTHICTi VEL Y; DELIGHTFUL
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN
A. F, XJ1LSON, MGR. T. X. V.'ILSO
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1915
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Elks meet this evening.
i This report is made from observa observa-!
! observa-! tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
The Temple had a firstclass show in Weihe, official observer for the gov-
the subject, "As Ye Sow' last night, ernment.
and the house, downstairs and up, was-j March 1
crowded. i March 2
. ; : ; v '. j March 3 :
Messrs. R. L. West of St.' Peters-i March 4
burg and Geo. C. Pierce of Jackson- March 5
ville Were in town today, and paid the I March 6
Star a friendly call. jMarch
. ; March 8
All varieties of seed corn; also mil- March 9
let Wd sorghum, now in and for sale March 10
by the OcaIa"-Seer"Store March 11
. ,- .; vv j March 12
VELVET ICE CREAM TOMORROW
It is Worthy of note that Master
"Robert Blake, one of our young bicy bicyclists,
clists, bicyclists, rode to Leesburg: on his wheel,
to see the basket ball game, last Fri Fri-.
. Fri-. day afternoon, and returned in the
same manner next day. Some trip for
a,. small boy.
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 v-
f ii i .. ..
Some of the prices now being re received
ceived received by our truckers for their pro produce
duce produce seem almost like fairy tales
almost too good to be true. The proof
of the genuineness of these excellent
returns, however, is the fact that the
"long green" is rolling in on each
March 13 .66
March 14 ....64
Marh 15 66
Mardh 16 62
March 17 .......... .60
Marh 19 .......... .62
March 19 72'
March 20 .......... .73
March 21 ........... .67
March 22 60. 46
March 23 ... ....... .59 30 ..
March 24 ....... 61 38 ..
March 25 ..68 32 ;..
March 26 76 38 ..
March 29 . 76 47 ...
, Local Forecast
Fair in the east and southern por portions;
tions; portions; rain northwest portion tonight
The Marion Bottling & Ice Cream
Company announces that its plant
will be formally open for business on
April 1st. Tomorrow, however, March
31st, the company will have open
house at its plant, next door west of
the Theus-Zachry Furniture Co., on
W. Fort King avenue, and from 3 to 5
o'clock will serve its famous velvet
ice cream to the ladies, without money
and without price. During the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon musid will be supplied, and
among o th e r n urn be r??uih e "Mo-Cola
March" antf'the "Velvet Glide"Iwill be
played" for the first time in Cabala.
Mr. W. L. Denham of Gainesville,
who came to Oca la .for his bride, nas
just won a triptoNew York at th
expense of theMuiual Life Insuranc
1 Company of New Yc?rlCTor"which h
is one of the"&eventy-five Florid
i Chicago, March
(Continued from Third Page) ? 1-52 7-8.
, 1 Corn, 7254.
Mrs. McNabb at the Christian Church Oats, 544.
Friday evening at 8 o'clock under; Pork, 17.40.
the auspices of the Ladies' Aid So-.- Lard, nominal,
ciety, Mrs. J. C. McNabb, a reader off Ribs, 10.
prominence, will appear at the Chris- j ..
tian church, giving "The Other Wise!
i 4 T O
so Mav-- WhPflfiFinc Steamers Loxv
;j - MOECT RGB'
Sheriff Gallowav of Marion enunttr
Man." Mrs. McNabb is personally was in the city yesterday and carried!
known to the church's pastor, Rev. j Ben Lumpkins back to Ocala last.
Roy Bowers, who endorses her read-1 night. Lumpkins, colored, was arrest- ;
ed Saturday afternoon after a wire
Baltimore .. ..
New York ... ...
-Mr. Herbert Seagrotte was circu circulating
lating circulating among business customers this
The Good Samaritan headquarters
on East Fort King, avenue are being
put in good shape for holding meet meetings.
ings. meetings. The front windows- have been
frosted and a large sign of the organ organization
ization organization adorns them.
Mr. Mabry Sumner made his first
step into the"order of Knights of Py Pythias
thias Pythias at their meeting last evening.
" Dr. J. G. Purvis received his final in instructions
structions instructions in the rank of esquire.
For Plumbing, tin work, guttering
and roofing call oh P. A. Durand,
phone 494. 3-26-lmo.
IELPLESS AS DADY
acd What Helped Her.
Mr. M. C. Welch, district foreman
of the Postal Telegraph Company,
who has been in the city for several
days supervising the moving of the
Postal's local office from the Holder
Block to its new location in the Scott
building, left last night for Atlanta.
Mr. W. R. Ivey, city foreman from
Jacksonville, who was here to trans transfer
fer transfer the wires to the new office, re returned
turned returned to Jacksonville this afternoon.
Manager Joyner is now in possession
of one of the most attractive and
best equipped telegraph offices in the
Tampa, March 30. Capt. E. O.
Griffith, well known here, committed
suicide yesterday by taking cyanide
Capt. Griffith went to his wife's
home, presumably to discuss matters
with her, and ended his life while
there. He took the poison in his
wife's presence, holding her .until his
strength failed to prevent her sum
GET TOGETHER SOCIAL
The 16th of April is the date that
has been set and advertised for the
W. C. T. U. social to 4e 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 this vent and do all in
her power to make i an enjoyable'
success. There will be no charges,
no collection. 'All citizens cordially
invited. Fuller particulars later.
Watch for them. Committee.
she was a lyceum entertainer of the
first order. The program will include
several delightful musical numbers by
local talent. Admission, 15 and 25
cents. A cordial invitation to attend
is extended to the general public.
Mrs. J. E. Thompson and son, Mr.
T. H. Thompson, after a most pleas
ant visit of two months in the city,
left today for their home in Niles,
Mich. While here they had rooms
with Mr. and 'Mrs! G. A. Nash.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Groves left to today
day today for a few days motoring trip to
Jacksonville and intervening points.
Miss Agnes Ellen Harris, of the
Woman's College at Tallahassee, will
make an official visit to the Ocala
and other county canning clubs, the
latter part of April.
Mrs. John Han sbrough, of Tampa,
a well known club woman, will be
an April visitor in Ocala, a guest of
her sister-in-law, Mrs. William Hock-
er. Mrs. Hansbrough will address
the Woman's Club at its meeting on
the afternoon of April seventeenth.
Mrs, Thomas Keating of Daytona
is here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Rolla L. Keating.
Tickets include meals and stateroom horth m stpnmpr. s'
had been received from Ocala by Baltimore, Wednesday and Saturday, for Philadelphia Thursdav and Sun
bnentf Spencer. He is wanted at '.uay r Jr UCKet& anu oiner- miormai ion, call on cr address
Ocala for petit embezzlement Tarn- ''MERCHANTS & LIIEOS TRAKSPORTATIOii "W."
pa T,mes Jacksonville, Florida
Summit Point, W. Ya. Mrs. Anna
fered fnr 1ft vpars with an nwftil nain irtl
my right side, caused from womanly Te
irouoie, ana aociorea iois ior it, out witn- f,
out success. 1 sutrered so verv much.
that I became down in mind, and as help helpless
less helpless as a baby: I was in the worst kind
of shape, was unable to do any work,
I began taking Cardui. the womar's
tonic, and got relief Jrom the very first
dose. By the time I had taken 12 bot bottles,
tles, bottles, my health was completely restored.
; 1 am now 43 years years old, but feel aa
; food as I did when only 16.
r Cardui certainly saved me from losing
my mind, and 1 feel it my duty to speak
in its favor. I wish I had some power
- over poor, suffering women, and, could
make them know the good it would do
' tlmm."- -U.v-,;v :''"'.'
If you suffer, from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, it will certainly be
worth your while to give Cardui a trial.
; It has been helping weak women for
more than 50 years, and will help you,
too. 1 ; "'::'-.y"
Try Cardui. Your druggist sells it ;
Write ie: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies'
"isory Dept.. Chattanooea, Tenn., for Special
' tiont on your case and 64-page book. "Home
ursert lor Woman," in plain wra per. N C. 1S1
A fishing party left this morning
early for Lake Weir. ''They will
spendHhe day on the north side. The
party is composed of m Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Livingstoi and Miss Catherine
Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. H. Water Water-son
son Water-son TuckexrsIarshalt, and Mr.
Mr. J. N. Lummus, a former Oealan
who is vice president and manager o
the Ocean Beach Realty Company,
which has put on the market a large
addition on the peninsula and install installed
ed installed many thousand dollars worth of
improvemejfEs7"Kt- been elected mayor
of Miami ifeeachdLrew town near Mi
ami with V populatioli of 150 or more.
dyor and other officers were
elected Friday af immediately sworn
rn ov Lountv auacre aamuei j oaxco
another Mar6n county boy.
Eggs twenty cents a
T h o m asNC m n a
Dr. C. W. Lindner of Martin is
among the visitors in the city today.
-."'ITie'.' 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.
Eli Marshall had his second trial
before Judge Smith this forenoon on
a charge of appropriating temporar temporarily
ily temporarily an automobile belonging to an another
other another colored man. The jury failed to
agree, as in the former trial, and the
judge dismissed the case.
c Llctlical, Surgica!, HydropolMc
Electric Institate f
Announces the moving 01 the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., an&'Troxler's stands.
fiarger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOUnS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE. 333
'or "EeM LioM and Heavy Hauling
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight
.'. '. ' "" ' f
and Safes. j
I',.--:: rir.c Service
N Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
There will be a Medal Contest held
at FessendeX Academy on Tuesday
night, March 30th. Eight of Ahe stu students
dents students will contest for the silver medal
to be presented by the Kendrick W.
C. T. U.
ARE RHEUMATIC? .TRY SLOAN'S
" If you wanti quick and real relief
from rheumatism, do what so many
ttioii'sahd other5 people j 'ares doing
whenever an attack comes on, bathe
the. sore imuscle or, joint with Sloan's
Liniment. No need to rub it in
just apply the Liniment to the sur
face. It is wonderfully penetrating.
It goes right to the seat of trouble
d draws the pain almost immedi
ately get a bottle oi Sloan s Liniment
5c. of any druggist and have it in
the house against colds, sore and
swollen joints, lumbago; sciatica and
like ailments. Your money back if
not satisfied, but it ghes almost in-
t relief, mon tues fri wky. 1 Adv.
PRAISES FROM PAUt
French General Does Justice "to' his
" $ 5 i a, Gallant Foes
Berlin March 30. General Pau,
the veteran one-armed French Gener General,
al, General, now in Russia, was the guest of
honor recently at a reception given
by the Prince and Princess .Cantacu-
zene, (formerly Miss Julia- Dent
Grant) at their house in Bucharest.
The, general paid high tribute to the
forces of the Kaiser.
One who has not seen the German
army can not imagine its efficiency
and valor said General Pau. It is a
host of heroes unique in history.
HEALTH PROMOTES HAPPINESS
Without health, genuine joy is im im-posible;
posible; im-posible; without gopd digestion and
regular bowel movement you cannot
have health. Why neglect keeping
bowels open and risk being sick and
ailing? You don't have to. Take one
small Dr. TCing's New Life Pill at
night, in the morning you will have a
full, free bowel movement and feel
much better. Helps your appetite
and digestion. Try one tonight. Mon,
Tues, Fri. wklv. Adv.
UNCLE STEVE IS NOT SO WELL
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE,' FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENTr-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 s 16-14t
FOR RENT Six .room cotiage on
Tuscawilla street between primary
and high schools.'""-. "Apply to Mrs.
R? D. Fuller.
FOR SALE One well broken :artd
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 RENT Weli located and nicelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the : Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire ait the" Co"
FOR RENT Two story, ten room
house corner Watula and E. Adams
streets. Possession given at once.
Apply to W. Fi. 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 .tosthe right party. C.
P. Howell, Ocala, Fla. 2-5-tf
FOR SALE--Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, 'any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
Mr. S. M. Sparkman, congressman
from the first district of Florida, was
a visitor in Plant City this -week,
greeting the many friends he has here.
Mr. Sparkman's health ha not been
rrrmrl f rw cvm a f im a Tf io rv ta linnul
thnf M rnn1itirvr will imm-niro Plowt
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 in private family,
three blocks from courthouse on Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue; very reasonable to
a permanent occupant. Address,
"Room," care Evening Star. 24-6t
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean. tf
"My daughter used Chamberlain's
Tablets for constipation with good re results
sults results and J can recommend them high highly,
ly, highly, writes Paul B. Rabin, Brushly, La.
For sale by' all dealers. 31-15t
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives More and Better
JVork for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the Citv.
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ROOMS FQR RENT Furnished
rooms. Apply 610 Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, or phone 471. 24-6t
FOUND A ring of keys at the skat
ing 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
LOST Between Mrs. Pillans' and
Mrs. Sexton's residence a karat
- diamond, which dropped from ring.
Suitable reward will be paid to the
finder by returning to the Star of
LOST Somewhere in Ocala, a gold
link cuff button, engraved with the
initials J. C. H. Finder will be re rewarded
warded rewarded by leaving same at the Star
lUUiNU Un streets of Ucaia, a
small circular gold pin with blue
enameled front. Owner can have
same by calling at the Star office
and paying for this ad. 30-6t
FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs for hatching. H. S. Wesson,
Ocala, Fla. 3-30-1 m
FOR SALE Pure bred Scotch Collie
puppies, males $10; females, $5. G.
A. Camp, J)klawaha, Fla. ZO-Zt-
il! I) I iA II
"mr m.Mttl mm v k,.,m urn
IMUli (fiii.. :,;
mmim for eieky visnran
f ,7 1 r
Gadsoh has just returned from the New York mar market,
ket, market, where he personally selected thislargeS
Summer Stock of Dry Goods, Shoes and Ready- to-veo.r
Goods for Men, Women and Children.
RIew Mfls, -Blew f vies,. All FJpJe?!-:
(ore Must URiersell to (S
I. 1 s
Remember that Quality is the true test to
ness. See bur goods and get prices on them.
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COACHES. SLEEPING CARS, CBSEffATiCII CAH5. lIIIIIIG
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133 17; Boy Street, JACi:5C:;VIIC? FLA,