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London, March 31. The fortunes of
Mar for the time being have swung in
favor of the Teutonic allies. ; In the
j west, after a seven months' campaign,
I the Germans are close enough to bom bom-jbard
jbard bom-jbard the forts defending Verdun. In
I the east the Austrian have invaded
! Russian territory through Bukowina,
:;uu are half way to Chotin. In the
i south the Turks have resumed the of of-j
j of-j fenive and are invading Russia.
Fighting is proceeding in Trans-
BRITAIN LOSING .MANY BOATS
I Liverpool, March 31. -The British
liner City-of Cambridge arrived today,
badly damaged as the result of an at attack
tack attack by a German submarine Monday,
The Glasgow steamer, Crown Castle,
j'.vas torpedoed and sunk off the Scilly
Islands. The. British steamer, South
Pacific, collided with an unidentified
jvcssel and sunk off the coast of Ire Ireland.
land. Ireland. The crew was rescued,
SUBMARINE BUSY OFF SCILLY
j London, March 31.- The British
;;teamer Flaminimn of the' Ellerman
Line was sunk of the Scilly Islands
Monday by a German submarine. The
irst news of her loss came today
vhen her creW of thirty-nine landed
it Holyhead. The vessel was carry carrying
ing carrying a general cargo for South African
ICTORY BRINGS GERMANS
Paris, March 31. After seven
nonths of continuous effort, the Ger Germans
mans Germans have finally got near enough
o Verdun to bo
the forts de-
c nding the city prt Danamont,
ivc miles northeast "of city has been
iolently shelled by heavy .guns.
j AUSTRIANS LOST HEAVILY ;
j Geneva, March 31. A News dis dis-atch
atch dis-atch states the Austrians lost 18,000
S the fighting' in the Lytta valley in
;orthcast Hungary Sunday. One col col-rr.n
rr.n col-rr.n comprising 4000 men was wiped
Jut by the Russians.
ALLIES HOLD THEIR OWN
j Paris, March 31,,-LNo change in the
ituation since last night's report.
! RENCH THINK THEY SUNK A
; The German submarine which was
ttacked -by a 'French warship off
Heppe Tuesday is believed to : have
British attack german base
; Amsterdam, March v 31. British
rarshipsan? attacking the German
aval base at Zeebrugge today, says
i dispatch from Sluis. In an .attack
y German Zeppelins upon the war
'lips, two airmen were killed. Ger Ger-ian
ian Ger-ian trawlers planting mines were
i;.-cd into Zeebiugge harbor.
IG FORCE OF AUSTRIANS
I ' ."BUKOWINA
) Pctrograd, March : Sl.While the
ar ofilce admits that the Austrians
ave invaded the Russian province of
-esfjarabia, and are advancing on
ho tin, officials profess unconcern
ver the fact that the left wing of, the
'ussian line has been driven back 35
iles. The impression here is gaining
lat tKe strength of the Austro-Ger
'ans in Bukowina is greatly under
RIED TO BLOW UP LA TOUR-
; yAiNE:'';:'; V:"-.r :
j Paris, March : 31 .Accused, of at at-rn
rn at-rn pt in g to bl p w up the French liner
a Touraine, Raymond Swoboda,' an
Jteged,' spy-was arrested and is held
e confinement at Havre. :,: ;
Y.. March 31. The
Of Norfolk was swept by fire
loss $200,000. Mrs.
"..mai, twin infants and her
trapped in their home and
to death.:.'.-"-:; ; .'
at the Court
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TURKS GAINING GHOUNi
SDB18IIIES, FKH LlilFS DRIVEN III
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OCKLAWAHA RIVER ITEMS
Interesting Incidents Along the Great
Marion and Putnam Artery
Connor, March 31. Following are
some of the recent changes among
officers on the various boats.
Captain Frank E. Mathews resign resigned
ed resigned as captain of the Silver Springs ;
home for rest.
Chief Engineer Francis Webber re resigned
signed resigned as engineer of the Silver
Springs; home for rest.
Chief Engineer Claude Haycraf trde trde-tached
tached trde-tached from the City of Ocala, to the
Captain Weller Carmichael of the
G. A. Carmichael, detached from that
vessel to the Silver Springs.
Captain Fred Priest resigned as
captain, of the Billow, to the G. A.
Mr. Gallant from the Gussie Lois,
to the post of chief engineer on Joard
the City of Ocala.
Mr. James Marsh is assistant en engineer
gineer engineer on board the City of Ocala.
All officers of the Billow disbanded,
and Chief Engineer Kirstead to same
post on board the Hiawatha.
Another Freight Vessel Put in
The "Francis and Annje," freight,
was put m the customs house in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, last week. The Francis and
Annie is a "new freight carrier vessel
owned and commanded by Mr. L. D.
Marsh, Moss Bluff and Muclan. She
is a light draft vessel built for the
Little or Purple ; Oklawaha and her
tonnage wTill reach about thirty.
Eight Vessels a Day Pass the Signal,
Mail and Orange Grove Station
V of Connor
Never a day passes but at least
four large vessels pass the signal,
mail and orange grove station at Con Connor.
nor. Connor. Tuesday is the stirring day
here. Tuesday, March 23, eight ves vessels
sels vessels passed the Oklawaha river head headquarters.
quarters. headquarters. They were the Hiawatha,
Captain John Harris, passengers; the
G. A. Carmichael, Captain Fred
Priestr freight; the City of Ocala,
Captain Carl Mason, passengers; the
Silver Springs, Captain Weller Car
michael, passengers ; the Sharpshoot Sharpshooter,
er, Sharpshooter, Captain; E. L. Mills, freight; the
Princess Irene, Captain Maxie Mason,
tug; the Francis and Annie, Captain
L. D.. Marsh, freight; the pleasure
launch Spitfire, Captain Wetherbee.
Of the eight vessels, five hailed for
oranges, mail, wood, supplies, etc.
Fog Delays Vessels
On account of heavy fog the Hia
watha was late Tuesday, the 23rd.
Sh0 put in at Connor at 2 o'clock, and
from here transferred her passengers
to and from Silver "Springs by the
Louie Warren and the City of Ocala.
And on account of fog the Sharp
shooter was delayed in the lower river
basin Thursday night. : She steamed
into this station six hours late Fri Friday
day Friday night, reaching Silver Springs
just before the crack. of Saturday.'
The Chill Tonic Bill
The elements have been real cold
down in the basin, but nothing; was
killed in the immediate river basin,
for thet vegetation is protected from
cold, all bogged up here so deep in
green trees and brambles.
But this immunity from the effect
of frost subject is not what I wish to
here say. It is those chill and fever
signs painted so nicely on logs and
buildings and fences all along the
famous stream Oklawaha. In reading
these signs the effect is enough to
give one the all-overs and chills. In
short, the northern tourists take these
signs seriously; in this way the state
of Florida is injured. Now, Florida
legislature, for a bill to tear "these
Oklawaha Rirer Business nas Moved
from Palatka to Ocala
. For years Palatka has worked the
business end of the Oklawaha river,
ever since the fifties. Ocala began to
reach out for the Oklawaha business
OCALA, FLOEIDA, WEDNESDAY, 3AIiCH 81, 1915
Oil HUH Jl RUSSIANS
several years ago, when the daylight
vessels went into commission. Today
the daylight passenger vessels of
Ocala have the bulk of the passenger
service and the same company own owning
ing owning them has a freight line which is
bringing the freight business to Ocala
, But the greatest credit of late in
favor of Ocala, in regards to the bus business
iness business of the Oklawaha, was worked
out by Captain E. L. Mills, when he
a few days ago pulled Ocala closer
together with the county, in diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic proceedings, by making an
agreement with the Ocala Northern
railway for joint rates with his line,
the Mills Steamboat Line, securing
for Ocala a just rate to the Oklawaha
river basin. Now, Mr. Jake Brown
and the other Ocala wholesalers may
sell to the-east side or across the
river. A. A. G.
DIDN'T FORGET THE DATE
Editor Star: I feel that it is but
just to accord due recognition and
credit to those deserving and who ar?
thoughtful of others:
On last Saturday my wife with Mm
TenEyck were the ladies designated to
supply the refreshments at the Wo
man's Club meeting in the afternoon.
Soon after Mr. O'Farrell came to
Ocala to open the plant of the Mari
on. Ice Cream & Bottling Co., I had
asked if he would be ready to serve
cream by March 27th, the date upon:
which my wife was, with Mrs. Ten
Eyck, to be hostess at the Woman's
To the surprise ; of my good lady,
ast- Saturday she was presented with
two churns of cream,, one strawberry
he other peach and apricot, as a
special compliment to the wife of the
secretary of the Board of Trade. This
splendid industry is one of our own
products, which we welcome to Ocala
and we wish to emphisize our appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of this courtesy, as the cream
was prepared especially for that oc-
casion as tne piant is not iuuy pre
pared to turn out the" many beautiful
designs which it will be prepared to
do in the future.
I hope the ladies of Ocala will real
ize that now we need not worry or
bother anymore when we wish first-
class cream the "Velvet" quality and
designs for entertainments and home
use. When you need ice cream just
call Mr. O'Farrell of the Marion Ice
Cream & Bottling Co., and he will
respond at once.
Again I thank Mr. O'Farrell for his
thoughtfulness and courtesy, which
has been acknowledged by the Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Club and now by myself.
. Yours truly,
J. D. Rooney,
Sec. Board of Trade.
: New Orleans, March 31. Scores of
negroes tried repeatedly today to
charter a steamer for Havana to see
the championship fight. All the steam
ship lines declined to consider the
Try one of those" frosted pints cf
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
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ADE TO MEASURE
8 y u t s
SEVERE COLD AG1 SIEPli DGl! FROM IRE
-A light snow
fall is reported today in northern
Georgia and South Carolina. Freez Freezing
ing Freezing temperatures are predicted to tonight,
night, tonight, with frosts extending into cen central
tral central Florida.
READ AND SEE
Do not fail to read that part of theTEUTONIC ALLIES FEEL QUITE
second episode of "Runaway June" in
the Star this afternoon. The second
episode will be concluded in tomorrow
afternoon's paper and the beautiful
illustrations of the story will be shown
in motion pictures at the Temple
Theater Friday night. Those who
caw the first episode in pictures and
read the story in the Star say that it
is one of the most interesting stories
Chattanooga, March 29, 1915.
Editor Star: I read Mr. P. IL Nu Nu-gent's
gent's Nu-gent's statement cf 25th instant, with
amusement, and concluded It was his
first shot as a candidate for clerk
In justice to the members (or I
should say, majority) of the old
board of commissioners, Mr. Nugent's
statement is a charge cf extrava extravagance
gance extravagance that is not sustained by facts.
As a matter of record the debt of
the road fund exceeded $100,000 Jan.
1, 1914. The July statement showed
a reduction to $86,000 and on January
1st, 1915, the indebtedness is $93,000,
which is a reduction of $7000 for the
year 1914. During this period about i
10,000 was spent for equipment for
road gangs. If Mr. Nugent is honest
in his efforts for the prosperity and
welfare of Marion county and is in-1
terested in reducing its indebtedness,
he will furnish you for publication a
statement of expenditures of "roadi
road fund for each month in six month
periods, from July to December, 1913,
January to June and July to Decem December,
ber, December, 1914, then the people of Marion
county can judge for themselves if
Col. R. F. Rogers amendment to our
road law has benefited our county or
Will Mr. Nugent tell the citizens of
Marion county what year it reduced
its road fund debt previous to year
Mr. Nugent and I agree in one in
stance, that is, county commissioners
are an expensive luxury to any coun
ty, and more especially when a politi political
cal political bee is buzzing in their bonnets.
Watch the-next candidates for office.
Col. R. F. Rogers' amendment to the
road law is the only way to operate
the road department but county en engineer
gineer engineer must have charge and be held
responsible by commissioners for
work and expenditures and abolish
present system where every man in
Marion county as well as the clerk of
the court are disbursing agents of
county funds. Get down to business
and stop expenditures except through
your county engineer.
Yours truly, x
. C. L. Gaihsbv
CHOICE SMALL HAMS FOR SALE
A number of very choice small hams
and shoulders for sale; corn fedvhogs,
smoked with green hickory wood.
Inquire of Sterling Hooper, at Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall Barbershop. 30-tf
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
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FORi YOUR INSPECTION.
fOME in and see our striking line of snappy, up-to-date Spring and Sum Sum-mer
mer 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 wil1 give
you a Perfect Fit, the finest you ever had on your back, or hand back your
money. That is the -'-English Woolen MIlIs, method of doing business. Its
the ethod that guarantees the utmost clothes value for your money.
CAfin BLDG. NEAR POSTOFFiCE UbALAf I'LA.
Berlin, March 31. The Germans
have repulsed their foes both in the
east' and west. The French suffered
heavily in the Woevre region and
near Regnieville, east of St. Mihiels.
The Russians were defeated near
Tauroggen and retreated in the direc direction
tion direction of Skadwilje, losing nearly a
ALLIES MADE NO PROGRESS
The allied warships renewed the
bombardment of the Turkish village,
firing over the forts in the Darna Darna-nelles.
nelles. Darna-nelles. Aairmen are reetmnoitering
from the fleet daily.
OCALA ELKS WILL
BE IN EVIDENCE
At the meeting of the Elks last
night", plans were made for the visit
of a large delegation to Palatka with
the intention of adequately represent representing
ing representing this city on that occasion. There
will be a big parade of the best peo people
ple people on earth Wednesday afternoon,
April 7, and a handsome cup will be
given as a trophy to the lodge that
makes the best display. It. is the in intention
tention intention of the Ocala lodge to capture
this cup or make all the other lodges
do seme lively hustling.
The Ocala lodge has chartered spe special
cial special cars on the A. C. L. morning
train of April 7. Some thirty or forty
members will go, and in an express
car they will take the Ocala elk in a
comfortable cage, which will be
mounted on a low truck drawm by
two handsome horses, both truck and
horses being contributed by Mr. A. T.
Thomas. J."Q. Smith of Center Hill
or some other cute little fellow, will
drive this truck in the parade, and as
the Ocala elk will be the only four four-legged
legged four-legged one present, its easy to
imagine how much attention he will
draw. Harry Peter will ride his
bronco, und with two brethren to pull
and two to push he figures on being
able to keep up. Big Retzky will
lead Harry's pet 'coon, or the 'coon
will lead Retzky, it depending on
which is on the front end of the
chain. A special squadron of light
cavalry, consisting of Bob Adams,
Walter Tucker, Will Bullock and Mor Morris
ris Morris Fruchtman, mounted on goats,
will protect the line from any sudden
There will be other features, but
these are enough to show that the
Ocala Elks will be able to cut any
amount of ice that may be in their
KARL JANSEN'S CULTURE CLASS
Karl Jansen will open his course of
physical instruction, April 5th. All
ULati i IlilL 1 LUI
ladies wishing to take lessons willjY
please phone either 62 or 381 for par particulars,
ticulars, particulars, as no one will be allowed to
attend the exercises for public school
Have your choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" cr Pabst's Blue Ribbon on
draft, at Juhnny's. 6-tf
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DISCOURAGED BUT PERSiSTEHT, ALLIES STICK
BOSPHORUS AIIO OAiAHELLES
London, March 31 Stormy weather
prevents attacks by the Russian Black
Sea fleet on the Bosphorus forts. A
thick fog interferring with the gun gunnery,
nery, gunnery, bombardment was suspended.
Mine sweeping in the Dardanelles
continues under the intermittent fire
from the Turkish forts.
The reported unrest spreading over
Turkey has increased by damage to
the eastern end of the Bosphorus by
the Russian warships. Riots are oc occurring
curring occurring at Stamboul, where there is
much feeling against the Germans,
who are blamed for Turkey's trouble.
The Quarterly Conference of the of officers
ficers officers and stewards of the Methodist
church was held last evening in the
lecture room of the church building.
The meeting was presided over by
Rev. F. R. Bridges, and a full mem membership
bership membership of the various boards .was
The pastor's report showed a sub substantial
stantial substantial gain in the work of the
church during the quarter ending last
Sunday. Attendance at the regular
preaching services, Epworth League
and prayer meetings are on the in increase.
crease. increase. The report of Sunday school officers
show a total enrollment, including
the home and cradel departments, of
585, with an average attendance of
281 for the quarter, i While this aver average
age average attendance seems small, the re report
port report shows that the average attend attendance
ance attendance of adults on the active list is
about 00 per cent.
Delegates to the annual convention
at large in June were elected as fol follows:
lows: follows: J. P. Phillips, L. W. Duval, D.
W. Tompkins, George Rentz; alter alternates,
nates, alternates, W. W. Clyatt, C. C. Frazer, Dr.
A. L. Izlar and T. M. Moore..
The enlarging of the present Sun Sunday
day Sunday school rooms was under discuss discussion,
ion, discussion, but no definite action was taken.
Minutes of the meeting yrere read
and approved; after which adjourn adjournment
ment adjournment was taken.
On account of sickness in the fam family,
ily, family, the dramatic reading that was to
have been given at the Christian
church Friday night by Mrs. J. C. Mc Mc-Nabb
Nabb Mc-Nabb has been postponed.
For Plumbing, tin work, guttering
and roofing call on P. A. Durand,
phone 491. '3-2C-lmo.
1 DAY CHANGED
Starting today the Star's new serial story,
will be Dublished each week on Wcdnc
Thursday afternoons, instead of Friday afternoon, t
This is done for the accommodation of readers, vmot g
otherwise, would.be unable to read the story before
seeing the pictures at the Temple Theater on
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Special Meeting of this Important
Commercial Body will be XIcH
A special meeting of the Board of
Trade will be held Friday evening.
Matters of importance are to be con considered
sidered considered and all members are urged to
COUNTY JUDGE TRYING
TO PROMOTE CONNUBIALITY
Judge W. E. Smith says that tha
marriage license market is getting
slower each day, and in order to stim stimulate
ulate stimulate it he proposes to issus fr2 of
charge to the first white couple pre presenting
senting presenting themselves Thursday a mar marriage
riage marriage license-. And he. will go a step
farther in the matter by performing:
the marriage ceremony free.
The judge wants it distinctly under understood
stood understood that the parties making applica application
tion application must be eligible in every way
to age, consent, etc.
A. C. L. CONDUCTOR KILLED
Mr. Foster Williams, an A. C. h,
conducter, was so frightfully injured
last night at Belleair that he died & &-few
few &-few hours later. Mr. Williams, who
was conductor on a freight train, was
making a coupling at the Belkir
spur, a few miles this side of St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg about dusk last evening,
when his foot caught in the switch
frog and the train ran over him. lie
was hurried to the hospital at St.
Petersburg, but died about 9 o'clock.
Mr. Williams was well known by
the railroad men and many others in
Ocala, as he ran a watermelon extra
out of this county last, summer. '
Beginning Monday, April 5ti, .n1
lasting throughout the week. ?.tiss -L.
Maybelle Cornell from the Al;n-ln::Ki
Cooking Utensil Co., will deraertstmts
WEAR-EVER ALUMINUM WARE
and its uses, at cur store.
Watch the papers for picrsra
later. MARION HARDWARE CO.
31-3t-wky It Ocala, Fl a.
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PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
lUTTIXGFJl & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
i:. It. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Dunnes -Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocr'a. Fla., postofHce as second class matter.
One year, m advance. . .
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' wrivfi AP TrniTnnS AT MIAMI
Miss Marguerite Porter, who" car carried
ried carried the proxy of the editor of the
Star to the meeting of the State
Press Association at Miami, writes ot
; Allow me first to make my "best
bow" to the' Star editor "who kindly
accorded me the honor of represent representing
ing representing him at the state press meeting.
When this "greatness was thrust upon
me" it,took but a few minutes to pack
a grip and joyously turn my face to toward
ward toward Miami,; the "Magic City" of
; Florida,. .-::w ,V ;'v V-
The trip was made over the A. C.
L. and East Coast railroads via Pa Pa-latka.
latka. Pa-latka. Connections are not all that
could be desired but we "got there"
at 1:20 p. m. Thursday. Awaiting
the "press gang" at the station was
a committee headed by the ubiquitous
editor of the Miami Herald, Mr.
Conklin, and the "glad hand" extend-
ed in a way that left no one1 in doubt i
that we were thrice welcomed vis-
itors. and the delightful" spirit of
camaraderie permeated every nook
and corner. Even passing along tne
street those fortunate ones who wore
the royal insignia, the "press badge
were greeted with a smile of kindly j
. The "quill pushers" to the number
of nearly a hundred, with other- at attaches,
taches, attaches, viz; their wives, publishing
house and newspaper supply men,
swelled the crowd to possibly 150 per per-'"
'" per-'" sons. -:y';
I will not go into a detailed account
of the meetings most of which I at attended
tended attended and enjoyed, because the pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings have been already published.
I only want to say that the personnel
of the convention was fine. Earnest,
strong, intelligent and alert were ad adjectives
jectives adjectives that came to ray mind as I
watched them. There were good, pa papers
pers papers and speeches and spirited dis discussions
cussions discussions which can but do much to toward
ward toward the development of that already
powerful factor, the press or tne state.
The elegant auditorium of the Elks
home, where the convention was held
v;as ideal for such an assemblage; 4
The old saw v of the "newspaper
puff" was verified for that "crowd was
surely some puffers. Cigars were
passed and re-passed until the air
reeked with "incense"?
There was a sharp 'but. amicable
contest between Key West and Kis Kis-simmee
simmee Kis-simmee for the next convention, Kis Kis-sirnmee
sirnmee Kis-sirnmee scoring. The election of Mr.
Codrington of DeLand as president,
Mr. Conklin of Miami as vice presi president
dent president and genial Thomas Appleyard,
re-elected secretary, seemed to give
general satisfaction; though votes for
Clarence Wood of Eustis for the sec sec-retaryshtp
retaryshtp sec-retaryshtp were quite in! evidence.
Prominent among out of the state
visitors vas a representative of the
Nashville Banner, who was made an
honorary member.- ,'',
Miami is' called in 'the .official guide
book the "Magic City" of the south south-'
' south-' land, but this seems only applicable
ta the fact that it is a city which was
Lorn in a day,- or better sprang like
liar's" fully panoplied" from the head
of "Jove. There-: is nothing magical,
elusive nor mystical about it. It is
substantial, elegant, modern", a grow growing
ing growing city with wonderful facilities for
expansion. There aire handsome
hemes, elegant stores, beautiful parks,
fine schools, good sewerage and the
most perfect system of shell roads I
have ever seen. The good roads prop proposition
osition proposition has .been solved in this sec section.
There are hotels, apartment houses
and boarding houses galore, created
by the necessity of storing away from
20.000 to 30.000 tourists, who come
- r -
ycnrly to this ideal resort. The Boyal
p.ntrvrtains comfortablv 500
and has the advantage of an
overlook to the sea "and a park of
g.;;;fcc"j?, flowering shrubs and trop tropic.;!
ic.;! tropic.;! plants.
ii-;; palm avenue leading up to the
in 'n entrance with the great fronds
- overlapping and interlacing overhead
i-;' indescribably lovely.
jCros.-ing beautiful Biscayne Bay on
rx'lride two and a half-miles long,
l.o reaches the ocean beach, Miami's
liyrour.d whre are club houses,
c: "Ir.03 ar.d attractive' cottages. "It
"-v-.;3 I;?re tT.:rit the board of trade en entertained
tertained entertained "the association at a six six-ci'iv?::
ci'iv?:: six-ci'iv?:: Hj- luncheon on Friday, serv serv-rr.'.
rr.'. serv-rr.'. t delicious sea foods and every
?y cf th season.
Lir.uct Saturday evening, held
-; r III rc-r.i'cf the "Hoy al Talm,
''-.g to to desired in elegance
zz. I have never
rany handled with
. ,Th3 decora
e centered-wit n.
ar.J tl-2 Etor:
One year- in", advance. .. ,.$S.OO
Six months, In advance. . . 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. . . .80
chino cocktail glasses tied with crim- I
son ribbons. The after dinner speach-
es with Mr. Frank B. Shults as the
brilliant, versatile toastmaster, were j
very pleasing, the best being by Con
gressman W. J. Sears on "What's
Mr. Clarence B. Wood of Eustis,
carriedoff the palm as the "Chysos "Chysos-tom
tom "Chysos-tom of the Club," in responding to
the toast "The State of Florida All
This was the first press meeting I
have attended and to me it was per perfect
fect perfect in every detail and I was not
alone in the opinion for those who
for years have made the annual pil pilgrimage
grimage pilgrimage to this, the newspaper man's
Mecca, said that it has never been ex excelled
celled excelled in spirit, harmony, entertain entertainment
ment entertainment and profit.
The "Women of the Press Auxil Auxiliary,"
iary," Auxiliary," a' "newly created order, were
charmingly entertained by, the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club at their artistic club house
Thursday evening. Mrs. Leight Mun-
roe, the gracious president and Mrs.
Frederick, former president of the
state federation, were untiring in
their efforts to give to their guests a
perfect evening. We met many of
the Miami clubwomen and enjoyed a
musical program of unusual excel excellence
lence excellence given by home talent. Mrs.
Kate Aplington, a woman of remark remarkable
able remarkable gifts as an impersonator dressed
as an Indian squaw, made a touching
appeal for the Seminoles. A dainty
ice course and other refreshments
The Ocala visitors to Miami felt
themselves no strangers wThen they
were greeted as they passed along the
streets by Mr. C M. Brown, Mrs.
Robert Rowe, nee Beatrice Sinclair,
Mrs! Jack Hiers, nee Claudie Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, Mrs. B. E. Tomberlin, nee Flor Flor-rie
rie Flor-rie Condon, Prof, and Mrs. John H.
Workman, Mrs. J. H. Billin gsley,
Judge Samuel Barco; Mrs. J. M. Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, nee Ethel Barco, Mrs. Patterson,
hee Jessie Barco, all formerly of
Ocala;' Judge J. L. Billingsley, who. in
his boyhood lived "at Reddick, and
Messrs. Mixon, Hawkins and Edwards
of Williston. These friends of other
days all seem supremely happy and
with one accord say "Miami is the
place." V. --so-
Mfaml excels along; educational
lines. We found Prof. J. II. Work Workman
man Workman a very busy man as supervising
principal of ten schools, eight in the
city and two : a few miles out of the
limits, with 1900 pupils under his
care and a small army of teachers, all
required to have a degree from an A
class university. The school buildings
are all comparatively new, and con constructed
structed constructed -of 5 reinforced concrete. -Another
" handsome high school is now
being built. The educational plant is
valued at $368,000. They beast as
good if not the best equipment in the
state and Mr. WTorkman said he Had
only, to express a wish for and tell
! I i o ij 1 p P Mr m 51 IP I i 51
'Fnoeral Director A
Hoe Ccsiiets and Burial Robes.
D.E.T.IcIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Ail Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-mer8
mer8 Embal-mer8 and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER
C. V. PvOBEftTS.
Undertaking ; OfSce
( Made in Marion County,
Florida, U: S. A.)
25c PER VGmV, DELIVERED
Geala Ice Packing Cof
Yotir Crder will have
immediate Vt ten tion-
the need of a thing and it was secur secured.
ed. secured. Beside the twelve grades they
have domestic science, music, draw drawing,
ing, drawing, penmanship, commercial law,
manual training and typewriting with
thirty Underwood typewriters. The
biological, physical and chemical lab laboratories
oratories laboratories are well equipped with the
latest apparatus. Mr. 'Workman is
enthusiastic and as is characteristic of
him, is putting his life into his work.j
We heard on all sides the highest:
commendation of him and his meth-j
j ods. He sent love to every pupil in j
tne scnoois ox ucaia aim bajs uie
years spent here are very dear to him.
Mrs. Leight Monroe, president of
the Miami Woman's Club, numbering
about 300, will be remembered as one
of the most charming delegates to the
federation meeting in Ocala. While
here she was the guest of Mr. and
Mrs, D. W. Davis.
t y r i l, ...
Mrs. Frederick, who attended the
federation in Ocala, at which time she
was honored by being elected state
president, is now in charge of the
public library, which is kept in one
wing of the Woman's Club building.
'The many friends of Mrs. J. H. Bil
lingsley will be glad to hear that-she
is well and happy in her new home.
Her son, Judge J. L..Billingsley, with
whom she lives, has an elegant suite
of apartments in one of the best fam family
ily family homes in the city. Mrs. Billings-
ley has every comfort and luxury that
a devoted son-can furnish, but she
does not forget her old Marion county
friends and inquired with loving in interest
terest interest after each one.
Judge J. L. Billingsley, who holds
the honorable nosition of iudcre of the
criminal court of Dade county, is a
bold, fearless champion of prohibi-,
tion. He has succeeded phenomenal phenomenally
ly phenomenally well since going to Miami to live,
has acquired valuable properties and
stands in the fore front as a man of
integrity, strength and influence.
Among the most attractive fea features
tures features of Miami are the numberless
parks which are real beauty spots,
with hedges of hibiscus and all trop tropical
ical tropical plants. The new subdivisions are
all laid out with an eye to symmetry
of arrangement and beauty. They
are also adopting the idea which holds
in Havana of having a praedo or strip
of palms and foliage planted in the
middle of the streets. They incline to
the Spanish mission style of archi architecture
tecture architecture and native rock and concrete
seem the preferred building mater materials.
ials. materials. v.- : :
The 'boyhood friends of Sam Barco
would quite envy him his official toga
if they could see how well it becomes
him. He is also doing well in his
Directors of Florida Marketing Bu Bureau
reau Bureau in Session Here Tuesday
A meeting of the directors of the
Florida Marketing Bureau was held
at the Board of Trade rooms in this
city Tuesday. Present were Messrs.
J. M. MeffertJ. L. Edwards, J. D.
Rooney and R. T. .Weaver of Ocala,
L. S. Light of Reddick, T. J. Eppes,
D. J. Herrin and J. P. Hewitt of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, and L, J. Majewski of Mon Mon-ticello.
ticello. Mon-ticello. Mr. Eppes is 'sales manager
for the bureau, and Mr. Hewitt rep represented
resented represented W. K. Haile.
Mr. Hewitt was engaged as sec secretary
retary secretary manager. He is a man of eight
years experience in marketing, and is
himself a large producer, of truck. He
will ; at once begin an active canvass
among the members, and try to in induce
duce induce them to line their produce up
soas to fiil Orders as rapidly as pos possible.
sible. possible. The bureau is ""now crowded
with more orders than it is able to
.This is another step forward in the
work of this beneficial organization,
and its nromoters feel much en-
The Tampa papers are printing all
the -good things said about Perry
Wall's candidacy for senator. And the
newspapers have been very., kind to
Mr. Wall. He probably deserves it all.
But if Mr. Wall is going to get Nat
Bryan's scalp he had better be getting
around to see the voters instead of
loping off to Havana to see the white
hope and the dusty heavyweight try
conclusions. Orlando Reporter-Star.
Now, Joe; don't get off the reserva
tion. Mr. Wall didn't go to see the
Mighty hard to get thoughts of the
crusndes out of the minds of those
Turks, and Kurds, isn't it ? Tampa
They have reason. According to
Christian accounts, the Moslems were
massacred.'- wholesale durine: these
European excursions to Asia.
Sinking, the passenger steamer,
Falaba, by a German submarine, was,
from an American standpoint, an in inexcusable
excusable inexcusable act, but the Star find3 it
difficult to believe that German sea
men laughted at men and women whor
were drowning before their eyes.
Tomorrow is the hundredeth anni anniversary
versary anniversary of the birth of Bismark. His
policy of blood and iron is being
worked to its logical finish.
One of our hardest hit truckers
never complained nor lost his chronic j
smile. He says the best place to, look
for sympathy, is in the dictionary.
AV.'K. tane, M. P. Vfcydcian and
Sargeon,-- specialist Eye, Ear, Noe
and Thro.U. Law library Buildincu
JSmoi-.e Culzn Club, Gc Cigar.
Copyrisbt, 1915. by Senal
Rv nrral nrrnnfmpnt fnr this!
paper a photo-urama corresponding!
tn t!t intfnl'mrnK of "Rnnswsv1
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June-may now be seen at the lead-;
ing moving picture theaters. By!
arrangement made with the Mutual;
Film Corporation it is not only pes-1
sible to read "Runaway June" each!
week, buc also afterward to see mov-j
ing pictures illustrating our story ;
In Pursuit of the llunavvay Dride;
IIllTE run i way bride, who led the
chase, yee.!ti' t tie lucky. fot
the tr:l''i "opened before hei
tike fuatrie and eloped behind
lier like a wall As she turned into j
Central park at Fifty-ninth street, safe!
from immediate pursuit, the -black,
Tandy ked man's ear was- in a sunrl at
Fifth-sixth As he ranie out of that i
pocket he leaned forward. '.lifter a look;
ahead, and spi;e crisply. to hist driver.;
They stopped at the Plaza b'tei. andj
the man. hmryiUir up the stefrn. sud j
detily paused. With a smile he drew
frorn his -pocket a tiny old watch audi
opened it. Inside the lid was the pie ;
ture of. a beautiful vouti Kirl-wlth a
handsome coliie. The liiack Vaudyked!
man grazed at the -. picture, fu- a mo :
ment in frowninvr meditation. It wa :
the runaway bride j
As he entered the hotel Ned's taxi
with the fluttering white ribbons, pass
ed and turned into the park just 'as j
June Warner turned out of it at Sev
enty-seond street, headintr for Kiver j
side drive. j
At that hour Iris i5!ertierin sat pour
ing her .voluble sadue- into the ears I
of'Ibibbie in the Ulethering home on
Ufverslde Orive She hail been schoi ;
day lunn ..and the bosom friend ot
June .Mi o re. but now there was nc
.lu ne Moore, only a .June Warner, ancji
June Warner misrht become a stranger
-."Rot." observed liohbie. "How long 1
are they jroin to be gone?"
'Three weeks.- It's an eternity. Bob I
"Hot." said I?ol)bie. "Why doesn't!
somel)ody answer that doorbell V" j
it had oniy just ruug. and immedl I
ately the Jsollow Blethering butler
eame through. lie did not return tc
announce any one, nowever insieaa
the enlier rushed .straight in and threw
herself into the arms of Iris.
Bobbie Blethering stood by and watch
ed the--'tableau for a moment; then he:
went to t tie door and looked out.
"Where's -Ned?-:he quite naturally
- The only answer. was a sob.
"Junie," pleaded Iris, ."Where's
"l-I-I left Ned!" June wailed. "1
"Aw. I say!" protested Bobbie.
"What did he do. dearV" This from
"He be gave me money!"
"He gave you money!" Iris repeated
The Bsack Vsndyked Man
this numbly after awhile.
say he gave you money T' i
"Yes." June straightened up as she
recognized the dirhVnlty which lay be
fore her. Iris, while a warm and loyal!
friend, was not exactly a thoughtful
itrsun iior, sensitive one and inijrht;
perhaps.-not uiiderstand the deep eth
ical signiticance'of ..what h.ul happened
Bobbie didn't count. j
"Just after the wedding breakfast
mother gave me a purse, and if I liad?
not left that on the library table at
home I might not have known my pre-' open way in which these two discuss
dicament until it was too late. When ed" finances.- Bobbie counted .Lis mon mon-Ned
Ned mon-Ned and I were on the train, however. ey and held back a fragment of it
I missed the purse. While I was tell-j "Here's your hundred, and I'm sever
Ing Ned about it he tipped the porter ; to the good."
If your car need? PAINTING see!
me. If it -i-:eds brightening up use my t
"AUTO PRESERVATION POLISH" j
anH save -paint bills Price ? 1.00.
. OCALA, FLORIDA
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a dollar in ii is nice, cheery way; then
he turned around and gave me $30 in
lust the same wav! Don't vou see 7"
...1 .1,.. ci..ia,i ..i.
le shuddered with the recolleo
tion of her humiliation. Then 1 trad
a dream." went on June, with more
vigor, bound now to make them un understand.
derstand. understand. "I saw myself being paid
for being a wife, as mummy pays the
servants and Ned pays his stenogra-
pher. I saw Ned giving me "money as
he gives it to leggars! I saw myself
always holding out my hand for chari charity!"
ty!" charity!" And she was a most pathetic lit little,
tle, little, figure as she upturned her palm.
"1 couldn't stand it. So I threw.dowu
the $30 and slipped off the train and
"But you had no money!" said Iris.
"1 got on the train anyhow and sold
my watch to a funny old lady," June
explained. She paused to remember
something the black Vaudyked man
who uow had her watch. He had
bought it from the old lady on the
train, so that June could some day re redeem
deem redeem it. That was very nice of him.
He Caught Up the Portrait and Press Pressed
ed Pressed It to His Lips.
She had his card and was reaching for
it when she noticed that Iris had gone
to the telephone.
"You mustn't telephone anybody!'v
the runaway bride insisted. "Yog
would be betraying my confidence."
"But what do youdntend to do?"
"What about Ned?" Bobbie suddenlj
blurted, the thought of young Warner
i aione on the train with the honeymoor
luggage, tiashing on his mind.
"Ned's a darling!" And June's Iir
quivered. "lie's an angel! But I can
not be a burden to be carried on Ned'
! back SQal, stay aWay from Ned un
til I achieve ray own Independence
Then We can walk together hand ir
hand in mutual self respect and ac
cepting from each other nothing but
"It is for his happiness as well as
for mine," June insisted firmly. "Tl
world will net be happy until womer
walk In strict equality with men. Iris
dear.' She saw by the face of hei
friend that cold logic was wasted. Thf
two girls walked upstairs, and Iris ush
ered her still bosom friehd Into a cozj
t little guest room.
1 Meanwhile Ned Warner began to bt
familiar with the bronze panther on
the overhanging rock in the park and
! casting back in his memory, reflected
that he must -have passed it about five
j But why had June married hlmi
j Why had she walked down the aisle ot
j the Brynport chape with him' that
1 morning? Perhaps. the black andyk
I ed man was married, and marriagf
' was the onty road to June's freedom
lie could stand this train of thought.
no longer. lie whirled up Riverside
drive, past the very house where June
s was. then talking to Ins and turned
I his key in the lock of the place which
was to have been home. Home! And
i this was his return! Here were al
i the furnishings which they had bought
1 together." Here had clustered nil hi
! dreams of happiness.
It must be hi task to find that man!
June was still June and his June
? He caught up the portrait and pressed
I it td his lips and held it i his arm?
! and sank down by the bed sobbing.
! At that moment June and Iris wert
I sitting in the big walnut paneled 11
- brary, and Bobbie wandered in. Whet:
he s;iw the girls he started buck
"Iort so, Bobbie!" called Iris. She
walked straight up to him and held
out her hand. "Produce.'"
"What's t be price ':" )f asked.
"Oh. a hundred.
"IIow did you guess my rolir i:;
quired the cheerful Bobbie, draggle?
up a handful of bill.- with nonchalant
ease, at which June smiled in spite of
her- embarrassment, he hud always
been amused at the matter of fact and
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CARPENTER AND BLILDER
Careful Estimates Made on all Con
ract-'Work.;.: Gives More and Better
r Work forthe Money than Any Other
i Contractor in the Ci'tv.
we oner tneheven-Koom Kesidence. nv.
714 Sanchez Street, for $3500. SI 500
Residence and East Half of. Lot, $2600.
Balance On Time.
West Half of Lot. $800 Cash.
Near New Public School. A few minutes from
Center of the City.
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On and after
- EBBIL 1st
all Cigars Tobacco, Cigarettes, Ice Ci
Cold Drinks will be sold for
' GASH ONLY
Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, Pre?.
Five Miles West of Dade City and
Boarding School for Boys Chartcred June
C. S. POST OFFICE, TE LEGIIA I'll, TELEPIiON'M, E.VPUl.'S ?
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE ( OLLIX.'C
FALL TERTil OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. IG, 101
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
icocJi5w - fcrci s?Ma
Nature and science combine to make
protect it from contamination while it
suit in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service'
have your custom we deserve it.
, Will exchange city
a pair of Good Mules. If
from you at once.
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goes through the procesves.
go with this good ice of ann.
lots or a small farm fo
interested let me
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CALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS!
(Continued from Second Page)
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(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
I Holy Week Services .j
Services for the remainder of holy ;
week at Grace, church will be as fol- j
j lows: j
! Maundy Thursday: Celebration ofi
the holy communion at 10 a. m.
Good Friday: Morning 'prayer and j
ante-communion service at 11 a. m. j
Evening prayer at 4:30 p. m.
Easter Eve: Evening prayer 4:30;
vi -1en: you figure on building, come in and
l:;t us figure with you on your builders'
lux before you come in knov that you
'7 ill find our builders hardware to be
correct -in style and high in quality. we
al o liake the price right.
r: lEh'EVER YOU NEED ANY KIND OF HARD HARDWARE,
WARE, HARDWARE, IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY FROM US.
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- - OCALA, FLA.
The Story of Runaway June will Ap
pear in. the Star on Wednesdays
The president of the Ocala Worn-j Hereafter the story "Runaway
an'a Club, Mrs. C. R. Tydings, in an j June," will; be divided each week and
effort to lend assistance to the Florida j part of it published in Wednesday's
Federation which will strive to have paper and part in Thursday's paper,
passed at the next legislature, conven- j We have had a good many people say saying
ing saying the Cth of April, three bills, j they did not have time Friday evening
who owrii the dwelling the business property that slands in
of cct:r. c j ou think that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and the
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the beginning of civilization no man owned any definite part of
oar f !. noraadic tribes camped over particular sections of it;
hones trading places were not fixed; land was too plentiful for
individuals to dispute over the occupancy, of any particular spot.
title and abstract corporation
ROOM AND HATH FOR' A DOLLAR AND A HALF
(P. A If A THTflMIF
; RestauraV t with Moderate prices f
Room Without Bath S1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
rM:criiiu j:li:vator siohvici phones in all jsoomh
namely: compulsory education, more
stringest marriage laws and a home
for delinquent girls, has urged each
club member, to write a letter to the
Marion county representatives in both
houses, asking them to use their in influence
fluence influence to make laws of the proposed
bills. When striving for some public
good there is nothing so inspiring as
cooperation, and letters to the mem members
bers members of the legislature from a body of
club women whose soul desire is to
better humanity will have great
weight. Let every member comply
with- her president's wish. The legis legislative
lative legislative committee of the federation,
through who"se members the bills will
be presented, has received any number
of letters from all over the state of
voluntary cooperation and among
those it published was the following
from Mrs. Hocker of this city: "I want
to congratulate you upon your splen splendid
did splendid organization of the legislative
i work. Its a mighty strong force, and
ought to bring something to pass. I
spoke before the Tampa Woman's
Club last week, especially on the three
subjects you stress, and seemed to
arouse much interest. I believe it is
absolutely 'up to the women's clubs
to look after these things, if it is done
Miss Mary Lee Hill left yesterday
for a visit to friends .at St. Peters Petersburg..
, Mr. and Mrs. '- Patrick and son J oe,
who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A. R. Sandlin for ten days,, left. Mon Monday
day Monday for Tallahassee to spend a week
before returning tQ-their home in Bir-
Br .and Mrs. P. P Pillans of Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, were recent guests of the form former's
er's former's brother, Mr. -Louis. Pillans and
wife in this city efi route to Electra
to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pillans.
They made the trip in their Overlapd
Miss Ida Sanders of South Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, arrived yesterday to spend sev several
eral several months with her uncle and aunt,
Ma j. and Mrs. L. T. Izlar. Miss Sand Sanders
ers Sanders was a guest at the Izlar home two
to read the story before going to the
Temple theater to see the motion pic pictures
tures pictures illustrating 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
GET TOGETHER SOCIAL
The 10th 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 this event and do all in
her power to make it an enjoyable
success. There will be no charges,
net collection. AIL" citizens cordially
invited. Fuller particulars later.
Watch for them. Committee.
All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store.
m Mo LONG,
'--'The only. Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND RATH FOR A DOLLAR AaI) A HALF
The Little Trained Nurse says: Get
your Easter egg dyes at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, 5 cents per
Dr. J. Waiter Mood7s new office tele telephone
phone telephone number is 284. 15-tf v
"OUT gasr&tl June as the siia siia-rance
rance siia-rance of the iabltniu suddenly dawntJ
upon her. Why. they were a I must iu
the same position iu which ha .had
ieen herself when she was Ned's p!te p!te-ous
ous p!te-ous little Uirar.
-rh-inks. FoLbli'. s;ia Iris :ml turn turned
ed turned to June. "If ytu want more. hu:;vy.
In your strugh for, iudepeiuleiice.
come right b;?c-U. antl rtl .maUe liol liol-bSe
bSe liol-bSe give it to i;s.
.June shrank away. "Oh, I '-can't
possibly take it! I didn't know you
were oiag to ask Bobbie!""
"Where else du I get it'
The most satisfying box of candy,
riola Sweets 50 cents for thirty
pieces, bold in, ucaia at ueng s
Drg Stores only. 22-tf.
moke Cuban- Club 5c Cigar.
fl. G. S. !.; a Resnlar Wizard Ln Driving Out Rheumatism.
it i .n r
r.;;mati.'H get ;'on
, (,- Thtit ccM
n tbe c-ITc-ct cf pome
thtfl-fis lift Us i"-
. It wnrkJ into the
i':y, little ImjOIc-S in
.r,. Ar.'l it is hero
.1.';; me-ieine known
lis r.:r.-t motive and most
.. 1 r -t J ; ,.TV 3H 14.
Tt rn iP.i into every .cuii wu-
.. ii moTi t i r iu uua
xnurCus surface anl every nerve to thrUl
with freedoini, with health, with new newfound
found newfound poringincs?.
And best of all, S. S. S. though a pow powerful
erful powerful searching-, overwhelming -enemy to
. a n t t C-TT 19 1Q
i.tm una tne causes ji lucmna"-"'-'-,'
e a once
the iollowmg composed a
ngenial party motoring to: Salt
fSprings to spend the day: Dr. and
Mrs. H. C. Doziejr, Mr. and Mrs. A.
R. Sandlin, MisseSuby Gissendaner,
Marion DeYey Elsie Mead, Ellen
Clarkson, Mrs. TMmas Sexton Mrs.
Etta" Robinson ajriH Mr. Olaf ZewTad ZewTad-ski.
ski. ZewTad-ski. The sprinjsuhvedestination
now of many similar parties, as it of
fers delightful diversion for a dav
outing,and this party was particular
ly '-fortunate for the fish were biting
with rapidity and the members
brought home great numbers of the
finny tribe. r
Among Ocala's new citizens are Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Pater and four daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, who arrived last week from
Jacksonville to cast their lot among
us. They are occupying the Dorsey
house on Oklawaha. Mr. Pater has a
wholesale grocery store' in the store
room formerly occupied by the E. C.
Smith undertaking parlors.
Mrs. John Boisseau and little daugh
ter have returned from a visit to
friends at Gainesville.
Mrs. G. K. Williams is at Lake
,Weir on a brief visit to Dr. and Mrs.
Herr, northern friends, who have be
come winter visitors ana property
owners at North Lake.
Little Mi3 Margaret Stevens of
Lakeland is the Easter guest of
er mother, Mrs. 1. v.
Stevens. ; -.
Prof. Karl Jansen, a Swedish phy physical
sical physical culturist, who was one of thp
best, and by many considered the b:
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
E. C. Jordan & Co.
19 WEST BROADWAY
the bsotn friend. "Bobbie's the easi easiest
est easiest way."
'That's just it," June poiutel out
"Can't you see what a beggnr a de dependent
pendent dependent womau is't Don't you
that if I can't accept a gift of money
from my husband I can't possibly let
you accept for me a gift of money
from your husband? Don't be angry.
Iris, please. I'm tighting for a princi principle."
ple." principle." .
"Oh. Mr Thomas Rot." exploded
"That attitude is at the bottom of
the whole thing, Bobbie," argued Juno,
with spirit. "Because the man has
supported the 'woman for ages he has
made himself the master. That de destroys
stroys destroys the woman's self respect, and
"She's a fine kid." said Bobbie hearti heartily,
ly, heartily, "but if she's going to draw the line
on money which has been luinded
from, a m;in to a .woman she'll have
to get It fresh "from the mint."
"What will you do. June?" fretted
"If I only had that purse mummy
gave me." mused June.
"She got .that from your father,"
Bobbie was unkind enough to remind
"Oh. that was daddy's money," she
brightly replied, no trace of concern on
her brow, "and it's the. last I "can take
from them now that I'm married. Iris,
couldn't you go out to the house and
say youll send it to me?"
"Just the thing!" Iris was bubbling
immediately with enthusiasm. "We'll
go right out now. Bobbie, call the car"
"You mustn't let them know I'm
here." warned June. "You mustn't let
any one know!"
Within five minutes Iris and Bobbie
in the swift little runabout were head headed
ed headed for BrynjKtrt. In the library June
had found a picture of Ned among
some other intimate photographs, and
it was with constant reference to this
and amid constant talking to it and
constant caressing of it that she penned
her important message:
My Poor, Dear Boy I cannot explain in a
letter what happened today, when I am
free, dear Ned. I will make 3'ou under understand
stand understand and forgive. You must not try to
find your unhappy bride, JUNE.
We wish to announce to the public of Cen Central,
tral, Central, Florida that our large and tic-to-date Bottlirr
Plant is now open, ready for inspection and .'vic .'victors
tors .'victors are welcome.
We are Bottling, for the i trade only, our fa famous
mous famous Georgia diink,
i S i : i t 6
& .m s t. ii r. 1
the drink that is famous for its purity, that satis satis-fies'the
fies'the satis-fies'the thirsty, refreshes the weary; .pleases the
most fastidious taste. Every dealer in reach cf
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, cu
CHERO-COLA BOTTLING COFdPAfJY
Phone 521 Ocala, Flc.
(Made in Marion County,
25c PER POUND, DELIVERFD
Ocala lee & -PackingCo'
lecturer m the recen'
t!ltU mfriS) ATMt
'l lit" "'4-
. rJj:- --irrT'" .. viir..i. v- viofd 'ifiases, and
- u r-llrR7rtIi'A-- w;fce.pcTaonaood tests.
C n-C 1
wui.reiwrii.ure at the mihU, e.u.i.
i :i-inc been o-o .i
. .3- mn purpose
by the county school board. On Thurs-
sen will give ,for the; benefit q
schools, M entertainment at the Tem-
selling tickets. Thp fa,f x.i
icn-is on the,
anti a member of
methods and I?0n
es. "l vi uie very
Send .lis Your
. I Beams
Or All lvinu. x
' "f aunchf-s,"
I'nmps for all
TJNT DEDBY came around the
corner of the Moore house In
all her glory stiff lavender
dress with the red posies on it.
yellow hat with the green feather, tan
shoes and blue stockings.
"Howdy. Aunt Debbyl" Bobbie Bleth Blethering,
ering, Blethering, with his chattel beside him.
swung up the drive in his fast little
June's parents came to the door,
John J. Moore in the blue- and tan
smoking Jacket which he had refused
to wear until tenderness at June's ap
proaching departure had brought him
to it. and Charlotte Moore in the gray
silk dress embroidered by June'n own
"Come right in." heartily invited-Father
Moore, and Mother Moore, with
soft eyes, shook Bobbie by one hand
and Iris by both.
"We have only a minute to stay."
began Iris, starting to talk as they
went Into the library. "I heard from
June." Iris rattled on.; Father Moore,
in the parlor, came straight over.
"She missed her purse,' glibly went
on Iris, while Bobbie eyed her with ad-
miration. "Shes afraid siie :ot it.
Did she leave it here?"
"."Right on that table." And Mrs.
Moore's eyes sparkled. She took It
from a drawer in a desk..
"Tha't girl always was careless about
money." laughed Mr. Moore as if it
were a virr e. x
liobbie glanced at Iris. She was as
serene as a -plate of ice -re:itn.
"I'll send it to her" 'offered Iris, and
Mrs. Moore smilingly put it', in her
- "Why didn't June wire n-T puzzled
father, his lists bulging iu the pocket
of his gay smoking jacket.
"Yes. why didn't she?" Mother's
voice was full of auxkgy, put as she
saw the unruffled expression of Iris
Blethoring's face she began to bridle
If Juuie eoukl wire her- friend, why
couldn't she wire her mother?
"You. have such slow delivery out
here promptly explafued Iris.
"Just what f
G03D BUUNJG POWDER AND-' GOOD
FLOUR GO HAND IN HAND
We sell Calumet Baking Powder and Henry
Clay Flour to you under a "Money Back Guar Guarantee."
antee." Guarantee." Get a can of this well known brand today, ana
See if it does not do all and More than is claimed
fnr it "RF'sT RY TFQT M hntl Flour nrsH Rnlnnrf
One 10c Can of Calumet Baking Powder
with a 24 pound sack of Henry Clay Flour
To a Person Who Prl:!::
Oimseli en Els limzt
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered -tiiiers
is a necessity. To supply that
cessity-is Our Busines:
OC-iLJ, FLO It! DA
WINDSOR HOTEL AND PARI
eyes to the
orfc &t all
m teliinf? off the words ou- ner On
gers. ,- .... V :.--:
Thone mother, I can't find my ?urse
Did I forset it? Extremely happy
Bushels of love to all. June."
Twenty minutes were all the callers
could spare. They drove down the
boulevard. A taxicub flashed by them,
but they did not notice it Xcd War
ner was in the ta:a. and he was out
and up on the ioreu before the ma machine
chine machine had come to a full ston. John
.Moore answered the bell, and h stood
f" "j'rintifu utn ne saw iii sen in-
1.1 wi expression.
: llave you beard frota .runer' huili
"Isn't she with you? The voice of
1 Moore was strained and ten we.
- Mrs, Moore r;ime hurrying on t. hr r
"Junior Khe Vricd. She ran down tn
the tsxl jnd peered in thnucli th?
open window She racap 'run'nin?' hzd
end caught -Xed by tbe arm- "YVbt-r?
i ia my girl?"
- .-j-.. i nere.' gasped
"Come inside." John M.xre r voice
had lost, all its color. He led tbe way
Into the library, Xow, rvfhnt is rdl
DIS TINC TI VEL Y DIZLIG 11 TFUL
; C0MFORT FIRST'"
?EAN AND AMERICAN
WILSQif, MGR. T. M. WILSON, PROP.
rr T tz
TIME TO ACT
Don't Wait for the I'atal Stages of J Notice is hereby given tl : t
Kidney .JUIihWs Profit by Ocala Board of County CVrr.rEif;;lc:;r :
Occasional -attacks of
hoi r 'S
. I Clarion countv v. ill
meeting r-larch i.-tb, 1
ir. f bids for the ir.-tui:
n;3 checking system to. aid
dizzy &jein are frequent -symptoms and boaru of ccur.'
of kidney reorders- lis an error to I e.rs m.t-ie a-"?-e?.trr.ci';ti:
neglect-the, ill.?. Tb-e attacks av'tion ot -taxes inc!ud:
ou lor a nine uu; ceaeraiiv r- i v-.o s-u
turn w.frk srrtas-r mri sitv Ti.-,r,'f r
pielay a minute, iietrin takino- Dean's
V I 3 T l r n ii
iviucey I'iiis. aca Keep--u
until the desired results are o
ed. Goh1 vvqrk in Ocala -proves
rA, t carci, m.
V :i ri n -r! ; 'v t
ir u's3 ?
Hoard of. Co
CA i i-
I). Cam. C.
eHectnenc-ii o: this
- 01 r s. Eason., Smith,
avenue, Orala, sav:
K1;Ihoy I'iUs are
First cf ir.
' remedy f .., .- ;
. 4 t 4 ij .
us Ions for
this alxut? Why are yen here
... : v. vj
'.!cx' -&t, "ii
,. J. Ililands is in Jacksonville SEABOARD OFFICIALS
Is of days.
Carron Bradford and Dr. Herr
e Weir were visitors today.
IN TIIE CITY
About two o'clock today, Secretary
j Rooney received a telegram from
President Harahan of the Seaboard,
twenty cents a dozen at Cam-1 announcing that he. and mX cabinet,
liL mi Lai
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(Continued from Third Page)
Ocala Golf -Team to
who are touring the state; would make
i t, r :. r i -, v. -r.
I i- UllVi. btUp til Vtititi.
ray bockM at Johnny's. They'll Mr. Rooney at once rounded up ; a
v. hat you mean. v tf bunch of our prominent citizens and
' met the special when it arrived at
W. D. Richey of this city was
red at the San Juan in Orlando
:45. The stay of the railrpad's mag
nates was brief, but their hosts man managed
aged managed in twenty minutes or so to give
them a; view of the most important
LTABLE3. MILK AND EGGSParts ?f the city' Particulars tomor-
m v. iiAirOW. '.-.-.
it own larm cany, vpen mgiiu'
Merchant's Cafe, tf
o drugs used in our prescription
.xlr.-.cnt are the best to be had,
ACCURACY is our watchword.
C: jrt Pharmacy; 19-tf.
U. ,11, colored, was bound over to
S.l? ral court! by Commissioner
, :; : n s yesterday. 1 Joe had been
lr.;: moonshine on his homestead
v:.".'yj west of Istachatta.
This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken 4aily by Mr. -F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov
ir's constant friend, Mr.
11. Sage, the genial and efii efii-Lnt
Lnt efii-Lnt manager of the Western Union,
, ; ent it a batch, of lovely Easter
' raph blanks, and says its only
: rcl-hcarted Interstate Commerce
' 'T:i"ion that restrains him from
l;:i; .Amusement Company,
is f.thz Temple this week, is
I our people more fun than they
vs had for a : long tirrie; TBeside
1 ..lr. pictures of Ocala babies," and
n -p allots cf ,.many citizens caught on
L? .treetsor in their places of bus bus-it
it bus-it has ,some original feature
Wry night Its; entertainment "is
: I A to the regular run of Temple
!;turc3, and the house is packed
v?ry night. It will be here all the
. cil; and .puli olT new and funnier
tunts every evening.
Go to the Temple theater tonight.
your; child's picture will be
'. ov;n on the screen. Anyway, there
iil -'3 plenty to instruct, interest'and
March 1G :
March 21 .
March 26 :
Max., Min. R. F.
56 46 ..
........ G2 51 ...
...72 52 .89
CO 44 ..
.-.. .54 36 .
..C5' 45 ..
........08 48- '..
;C4 53 1.21
.;. C6 51
62 48' .Cf
T C2 '.36 A
T. 72 49
... 67 40
.........60 46 ; ..
, ..61 .38
. .68 32
, -.76 38 ..
, ..76' ..47;
....... I. 78. 48 ...
"vUtetiantjQampbell of the Ocala
:: went' to pxford this afternoon
: "jstcr in'lal.fr-jiad of patriotic
men of that community, who
'.rilling to fint'for their country
Cregler of the state board of
, whose headquarters are at the
Hours,; has .returned 'r from a
place ;';near Winter Garden,
ho was called on official busi-
Fair and colder tonight; heavy frost
north-portion; light to- heavy frost
Thursday fair and colder south por
EXPECTATIONS OF OBA
William Anderson is having
:r cottage on South Second street
1 :1c 1 and repainted, When the
-...'..rovemcnts are completed it will be
cf U2 most attractive of '."the
. rr.allcr homes in the second ward.
rllilli i' Aiil.I
rrs road wh
on the Silver
nnrrs roaa wnicn lurnisnes ine
rchant's ; Cafe, every day with
.l vegetables, milk and. eggs, tf
All varieties of ccd corn; also mil-
r.nd sorghum, 'now in and for sale
- f. a Ocala, JSeed Store. 5-tf.
Jap Jlilitary Expert Predicts Defeat
Petrograd, March 31. A Japanese
military officer of high rank, General
Oba, who has been with the Russian
armies for five months as observer,
has left for home. V
He gave it as his opinion that the
war would last six months longer, and
that Germany vwould then be compell
ed to: give in. He. does not expect a
An interesting event of, the week
in golf circles will' be the match game
to be played Saturday afternoon in
Tampa on the links of the Tampa
Country and Golf Club between a
team from the Ocala Country Club1
and a team of that club. The Ocala
team will go to Tampa on the limited
Friday and will be composed of
Messrs Frank Drake, Clarence
Camp, Phil Robinson, I. F. Bennett,
J. M. Thomas, R. C. Camp, Stephen
Jewett, L. W. Duval, Jack Camp and
Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter and
two children were shoppers today
Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Glass have as
their guest at the rectory until after
Easter Mr. Gordon. Wilcox.
Mrs. J. K. Dickson and little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, anjd aunt, Mrs..M. R. Dickson and
Miss Marianna Dickson took the boat
trip to Palatka yesterday. Sirs. Dick Dickson
son Dickson and daughter returned today by
rail and Mrs. M. R. Dickson and Miss
Dickson went on to St. Augustine to
spend a few days before leaving for
their home in New York.
: Mrs. Jere Crook has returned from
a fortnight .visit to her parents at
r. Miss Christina Wideman of DeLand
who has visited in Ocala several
imes, is n&s-tfh guest of her grand
mother at Micanopy.
Beginning tomorrow at 9 o'clock
the ladies of the Methodist church
will hold their Easter bazaar on the
piazza at the t Ocala : House. They
completed todky final arrangements
and have on hand a large number of
fancy work articles, the prices of
which are most reasonable, and many
pounds of delicious home-made can candies.
dies. candies. '
Miss Bettie Mclver went to Lake
Weir this afternoon to visit Mrs. H.
W. Henry until Friday.
Miss Minnie Stovall has returned
from Tampa, and reports her father,
Mr. W. F. Stovall, editor of the Tri
bune, who has been quite sick, much
1 1 wi?
ft ( h
Chicago, March 31. May wheat,!
1 1.54. .... : ;
Oats, 57. ; i
Pork, 17.20. I
Lard, 10.00. j
Ribs, 10.00. I
BROADWAY BRICK ;
It will be on
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
'SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED Short order cook; must
' be sober and industrious. Apply at
Busy Man's Lunqh. 3-31-2t
- W..II. Lanci 31. D., riiyslclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, 1 Tar, No so
, JUAUA 'XUliUiil
Ocala, Fla. --
2 Methodist sev.ing circle will
it's Easter baznar Thursday,
' t :il Irt, on the. Ocala House porch.
Vcy work and home made candies
errs Iil ; .
V it, A i t, WJL
3 of seed corn; also mil-
1 rjrghurn, now in and for sale
. C-ala SecJ Store. 5-"ti
lilpment cf Norris Candies
:d at tha Court Phcrmacy.
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of Ma
rion county, Florida, -intend to apply
to the legislature of the state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, at its regular session dn 1915, for
a special legislation authorizing the
re-issue and validation of all outstand
ing county warrants issued by or un
der authority of the board of county
commissioners of Marion county, Flor
ida, prior to February 1st; 1915, or
such of said warrants as the said eg
islature may see fit to authorize to be
re-issued and validated; and also pro
viding for the payment' of interest
thereon, and for making the said war warrants
rants warrants pnyable at fixed periods.,
Board County Commissioners,4 Marion
County; Florida. .1-30
A ; BARGAIN Having' no present
need for a gentle horse, harness and
rubber tire buggy, I 'will sell the
outfit for $200 cash. This is a real
bargain for immediate acceptance.
Address, "Bargain," care Star. 31 3t
FOR RENT Six-room house on S.
Fourth street; electric lights, hot
and cold water and bath complete.
pply to Miss Rena Smith at the
laycraft Millinery. 16-14t
Material is being placed on the
grounds for the construction of a new
building on West Broadway between
the Mitchell and Powers blocks.
It will be built by Dr. L, R. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, the colored dentist, and the plans
are for a very elaborate structure. It
will be of brick, three stories in
height, with a pressed brick front.
The lower floor will be for store
rooms, the second story will be oc occupied
cupied occupied principally by the doctor's den
tal parlors, while the third floor will
be devoted to a large public audi auditorium.
torium. auditorium. Work will be started on the founda foundations
tions foundations at once.
- Hfct mviB
... Stale,. County and
p n (. aa
TO THE HOUSEWIFE
Teams For Rent Linlii an-J
Madam, if your husband is like most t
"OR RENT Six room coitage on
Tuscawilla street between primary
and high schools. Apply to Mrs.
R. D. Fuller. 6-tf
FOR SALE One well broken and
trained Shetland Pony, wagon and
buggy, with harness, cheap for
cash. J. D. Rooney.
FOR -SALE Barred Rock eggs for
hatching. H. S. Wesson, Ocala,
Mrs. T. J. Sistrunk is visiting her
son, Dr. R. D. Sistrunk and family at
Dade City. She will be away several
The. boys' class of the North Ocala
Sunday School will hold an ice cream
sociable Thursday night at the home
of Mrs. J. M. Gates. No admission
will be charged but cream, cake and
candies will be on sale. The boys so solicit
licit solicit the patronage of their friends.
The Baptist ladies will hold an
Easter bazaar Friday, April 2, in the
store room on the southwest corner of
the Harrington block. A varied line
of fancy work articles will be on sale,
also cakes and candies.
KING'S DAUGHTERS MEETING
There will be a meeting of the
King's Daughters at the Methodist
church tomorrow afternoon at 4
The Little Trained Nurse says: Get
your Easter egg dyes at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, 5 cents per
FOR. RENT Well located and nicel
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
men he expects you to look after the
health of yourself and children.
Coughs and colds are the most com common
mon common of the minor ailments and are
most likely to lead to. serious diseases.
A child is much more likely to con contract
tract contract diphtheria or scarlet fever when
it has a cold. If you will inquire into
the merits of the "various remedies
that are recommended for coughs and
colds, you. will find that Chamberlain's
Cough Rem ery stands high in the es estimation
timation estimation of people who use it. It is
prompt and, effectual, pleasant and
safe to take, which are qualities esne-
cially to be desired when a medic'ne
is intended for children. For sale by
all dealers. 3-l-15t
Complete line of Paas' Easter-egg
dyes every imaginable color, at The
Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
FOR THE STOMACH AND LIVER
FOR RENT Two story, ten room
house corner Watula and E. Adams
streets. Possession given at once.
Apply to W. E. Davis, at the Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe & Chambliss National Bank. 4-tf
I. N. Stm.rt, West Webster. N. Y.,
writes: "I have used Chamberlain's
Tablets for disorders of the stomach
and liver off and on for the past five
years, and it affords me pleasure to
state that I have foundv them to be
just as represented. They are mild in
their action and the results have been
satisfactory. I value them highly."
For sale by all dealers. 3-1-1 5t
An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask
for Triola Sweets. 22tf
LAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
FOR RENT My suburban home in
the southwestern part of town,
with two acres 'of '" ground; rates
reasonable'. to the right party. C.
P. Howell, Ocala, Fla. 2-5-tf
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
FOR KENT 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
4 ? w r
ir.""-t v-r.dcrful thin? the world
-.0 c v; ;i" J in the h?lppf?s infant.
- And amon.,T thos-a
"" aid:? ana comforts for
, i expectant mcth?rs is
j the well known
--. ""Mother's Friend."
This Is an external
r.ri'licntlon to enable
th.e abdominal, nus-tl-i
to become more
pliant,, to expand
unJue r- ivpm the
and linramehts. -rvci-J
upon those muscles
tho fine hctvrorlc of
ii'.I the mii?c,!es are
- -t share of the p'Uns
v i;,' K uvoiilod end tha
r i la comforL
s !.ut vlnt such
.":-si:co l-pun tha
ty mall" much' txse
m our r
t rj viLt re.
write'. ;.for bo
The state and county tax books
will close according to the laws of
! l-Y-irti nrt tho !ncf Hav nf !TYrh
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, cr send a correct description of
your property when you wish either
a memorandum of the amount or to
ray your taxes, thus reducing the
possibility, of an '.error to the-minimum.
If you wriie us do not be im
patient if our reply seems delayet
,Dr. J. Waiter Hood's new office tele telephone
phone telephone number is 284. 15-tf
The most satisfying box of candy,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
pieces. Sold in : Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Stores only. 22-tf.
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces that on April
10th, 1915, an open competitive exam examination
ination examination will be held for the positions
of clerk and city carrier in. the Ocala
Applicants must have reached their
i8th, but not their 45th, birthday on
'date of- '"" m-n.t5on. 'The atre
FOR RENT Furnished room with all
conveniences in private family,
three blocks from courthouse on. Ok
lawaha avenue; very reasonable to
a permanent occupant. Address,
"Room," care Evening Star. 24-6t
ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished
rooms. Apply 610 Fort King ave
nue, 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
Star. 24-4 1
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 office.
fice. office. 3-30-tf
"I take pleasure in recommpnHino-
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my
customers Decause 1 nave confidence
in it. I find that thev are nlpnsAH
with it and call for it when attain in
need of such a medicine," writes J. W.
Sexson, Montevallo, Mv; For sale by
an ueaiers. m 3-l-15t
Tacking and Storing
Shipping of Freiglit, f
r s v-. s
1 1 t r
c Medical, Surnic;
. ana Liccine
Announces the moving 01 the
officesand treatment rooms to tht- Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, -southeast
of Public Square, entrance bbtv,een
Murray Co., and Troxler's stando.
Larger Quartei-H, More Fully i:inippiil uill !;
Strictly Upon Ethiciil Lines
IIUUKJ: y A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. VUO
Fine Steamers Low
t f jn
T"B iT. IS1 T T T"
Lit fi i-i i
m ( i. t J H
Baltimore . . .
New York. . ...
Tickets include meals and stateroom berth c-n i :c: cr. ;dKn
Baltimore, Wednesday and. Saturday, for Philadelphia 1 -a ; v ;-r-day.
For tickets and other information, call on or adJrt. 3 .
iERCflAriTS- & imms -1 r?A?sponiAiro:j -co."
We will answer as fast as we --possi-l iimrt4i"'waived, however, nt-
bly can and as near, as practical-ail f pr.s- honorably discharged from
,-mch tneyi - cowi nf the
letters in tne order m w
were-received. Yours very truly,"
.Y7 L:- COLBERT,-
3-4-S0d : ,. Tax Collector-.
the naval or military service oi me
U. S., by reasonof disability result resulting
ing resulting from wounds or sickness incurred
in theline of duty. Male applicants
- must measure 5 feet 4 inches in bare
Application toSe Legislature of feet. Married women will no be ad-
Floriia -for the Enactment- or mitted to tms examuiauuu.
Special or Local Legislation. hibltion "does -not apply, however, tq
I Notice is hereby given that applica- divoixed WOmen or to women separat-
t.i u :V,thor;3 sion in April, 1915, for the passage of j themselves. -V .' 1
m ... iins Lrcasu. act aulliorizir.g the city of Ocala For application blank (Form 1371)
atory Ito.purchaso from other party or par- and ."Instructions to Applicantsv.ad Applicantsv.ad-Ities.
Ities. Applicantsv.ad-Ities. ftlertr:i. current or power for the . u a n g
;2 of the said city, either. light- dress the .secretary
to "u'., ':rllute and sell the current so j trct .Secretary at the address be be-urch?5..1
urch?5..1 be-urch?5..1 fnr licrhtincr and manuf ac-1
nf an net au-1 secretary r n ui .vi v u - j
4' i Htv rnnn- Atlanta, Ga.
ell cf Ow! to f r.iit io tl.e registered
any application TrEAT5IENT
f.; .,r.t.'r sedf CriimrjeriniT: s.
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LOST- Somewhere in Ocala, a gold
link cuff button, engraved with the
initials J. C. II. Finder will be re-
rded by leaving same at the Star
: r--: so-3t-
FOUND On streets oroi
small circular gold pin with blue
enameled front. Owner can have
same by calling at the Star office
and paying orthis ad.- 30-6t
go-gs :XUi .V-
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Gadson has just returned from the New
ket, where he personally selected thislar
bummer btock of Dry Goods, Shoes and Ready- to-ve:
Goods for Men, Women and Children.
'I r j
nKwLcofls, RIew Stales, ..AH U
FOR SALE-Pure bred Scotch Collie
ipuppies,'males;5iu; ""r;, ""r;,-A.
A. ""r;,-A. Camp, Oklawaha, Fla. o0-3t-
WANTED A-l salesman.
M. D. Jackson, City.
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rs'v. or ILis
Z 'Ttc 2lTtUnz fcr constipation vitn good re-
? .-r,, i:r. j- -a ;-cr j-'.o -v ako;i!-J-
ri c t
niber that Quality is the tru
dfiand get prices on them.
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