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AVE DRiUEN GERMANS OUT OF RAIIOE OF THE
CflNFLIGTS III UAIIY DISTRICTS
Paris, April. 1. A renewal of heavy J
fiffhtin is leported all along the bat-J
tie f font In ," Flanders, France and
Alsace-Lorraine. French and British
fiirrr.cn are 'more cctive than ever be before.
fore. before. They have bombarded twenty
cities, towns, raihoad junctions and
army camps within the German lines
in the la,st twenty-four hours. Many
Germans are reported killed.
The Germans have been driven out
of range of the outer Verdun forts.
Severe fihtinr is going on in the
Arest of La net lie. Beauseiour. Per-
.thes,.Lesmesm'l,'.Pour de' Paris and
Bagatelle are scenes of terrific bat-1
ties. A fferce artillery battle is pro-j
ffKCBKing between Vieville and Bux-j
jerclles in the Woevre district.
Paris, April 1. A German observa-
tion post has been blown up by a.ture of the south entrance of the
mine. The German counter attacks in
the La Petre forest have been repuls repulsed.
ed. repulsed. A battalion of Landwehr lost
heavily near Parroy.
. Belgian aviators bombarded the av aviation
iation aviation camps at Ilandseme and the
railway junction of Corterimack.
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SHUT OFF SUB OIL SUPPLY
' London, April 1. The Dutch steam steamer
er steamer Lodewijk Vanrassau, seized by a
British warship and taken to New
liaven, is charged with supplying
tierman submarines with oil.
SWOBODA SUt PECTED OF
BEING GERMAN SPY
Paris, April 1. The American am ambassador
bassador ambassador is investigating the "arrest of
William Swoboda charged with at attempting
tempting attempting to blow up the liner La
Touraine; Ho claims he is-an Amer American
ican American citizen. The police declare they
have positive proof that Swoboda is
a German spy. '.
JVTTOMANS WONT GIVE
t UP ADRIANOPLE
Classing Trco'ps in Order to Meet Any
Sofia, April 1. The Turks are con concentrating
centrating concentrating troops and guns at Adrian Adrian-oplc.
oplc. Adrian-oplc. It is believed this is precau precautionary
tionary precautionary to meet any future action cf
Bulgaria against Turkey.
FIVE KILLED AT
A POWDER FACTORY
Explosion at Equitable Plant at Alton,
Alton, 111.. April 1. Supt. James
Coburn and four others were killed
and one man is missing as the result
of an explosion today in the wheel wheel-house
house wheel-house of the Equitable Powder Com Company,
pany, Company, five miles outside the city. The
detonation was heard and felt fifteen
ROCKEFELLER A ROOTER
Uncle John has Become a Baseball
Tarry town,"' NT; Y.; March 31. Since
witnessing the exhibition game played
by the Brooklyn Dodgers at Daytona,
Fla., John D. Rockefeller has become
an ardent baseball fan. He has given
the use of three acres of land to the
Pocantico Hill's Athletiq, Club and will
aid in building a diamond and grad grad-stand.
stand. grad-stand. -.'1 ''.;"
Manager Kerrigan expects to have a
speedy team and he hopes Mr. Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller will come out and root for it.
NOTHING SO GOOD
FOR A COUGH OR COLD
When you have a cold you want the
bpt medicine obtainable so as to get
rid of it with the least possible delay.
I I 1 ATI
There are many wno consider warn warn-bcvlain's
bcvlain's warn-bcvlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed.
;Mrs. J. BorolT, Elida, Ohio, says,
"Ever since my daughter Ruth was
cured of a severe cold and cough by
Chamberlain's v Cough Remedy two
vears ago. I have felt kindly disposed
toward "the : manufacturers of that
preparation. I know of nothing so
; J; to relieve a cough or cure a
For, sale by all dealers. Adv.
one "of .-those' frosted pints cf
. VAr.2 KibUn at Johnny's, it
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CONFLICT I THE
STILL RAGING WITH UNABATED
FEROCITY AND DOUBTFUL
Petrograd, April 1. The war office
claims today that the Russians are
winning all along: the Carpathian
front. The invasion through Dukla
jPass has advanced thirty miles into
Hungary. The Austrians have lost
45,000 men in the -'last two weeks.
The Austrian report of the recap
Dukla Pass is denied.
. It is admitted that the Austro Austro-Germans
Germans Austro-Germans are still offering an ob obstinate
stinate obstinate resistance.' Both sides are be being
ing being strongly reinforced.
LIKE OUR CITY
The Seaboard 'officials who paid
Ocala a brief .-visit.'-Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon professed "themselves much
pleased with what" they' saw.
The party consisted of W. J. Hara Hara-han,
han, Hara-han, president; W. L. Seddon. first as assistant
sistant assistant to the president; C. S. Blake,
general" superintendent; J. C. Nelson,
superintendent of maintenance of
roadway; J.. W. Small, superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of motive power; C. A. Carpenter,
assistant freight, agent; G. Z. Phillips,
general division, passenger agent; E.
C. Bogart and Bennett Lang, division
engineer for the land department.
. The old reliable Johnnie MiUc,
whom all West Florida knows was
I conductor. The engineer was Chafles
. ' ... ... f
Weeks, of whom no railroad has imy
better...''' ':'-yt ;.-
The speeial reached Ocala at 2f4
p. m. Secretary 'Rooney had but
short notice.. About 2:30 o'clock. he re received
ceived received a wire from Wildwood that the
party would stop in Ocala, and at
once got busy. He phoned a large
number of our citizen to be present,
and the following responded, with
theirs cars: Messrs. J. J. Gerig, Ed
Carmichael, M. J. Roess, D. S. Welch,
John Taylor, J. D. Robertson, R. T.
Adams, Aif T. Thomas. Mr. Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael had DobbsV big auto bus ready.
Those responding to the call were
Messrs. Mclver, Gerig, -Harris, Roess,
Carmichael, Welch, C. L. Anderson,
Adams, MacKay, Munroe, Cobb, Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, R. S. Rogers,- Carroll, Haile,
Boisseau, Robertson, Thomas, Will
Bullock, 'Dobbs and several others,
all of which spoke well for our city.
The visitors were shown the Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha and Fort King residential sec section,
tion, section, country club and golf links, the
high school building and the hospital.
The visitors. Jwere loud in their
praise of the substantial appearance
of Ocala and were strong in their re remarks
marks remarks of the developr.-ant of our sur surrounding
rounding surrounding .territory agriculturally,
which means so much to transporta transportation
tion transportation officials, as they predicate their
business upon the products -of a com community
munity community and county.
Mr. Harahah vras especially pleased
at the reception accorded his party
and expressed himself very strongly
at the personnel 'of the' Ocala citizens
composing the reception committee.
Such courtessj.es' extended sepaks
well for our cit and. her citizenship
and is another evidence of activity of
our Board of Trade... which -several
of them referred to.
Secretary Rooney in behalf of the
Board of Trade expresses thanks to
alL who responded in person and with
Fish globes, The Murray Company.
STOMACH TROUBLE CURED
Mrs. C. G.' Cleveland, Arnold, Pa.,
writes, "For some time I suffered from
stomach trouble. I would have sour
stomach and feel bloated after eating.
Nothing benefited me until I got
Chamberlain's -Tablets. After taking
two bottles of them I was cured.'For
sale bv all dealers. Adv.
OCALA FLORIDA, THUESDAXAPfilL T, 1915
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VERDUrl FOfiTS DESPERATE
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MADE VAIN ATTEMPT TO DE DESTROY
STROY DESTROY ROYAL FAMILY OF
Cettinje. April 1. Another attempt
was made today by an Austrian avia aviator
tor aviator to destroy the entire royal family
of Montenegro. He dropped' seven
bombs. Four civilians were wounded.
Heavy damage was dene to the royal
palace. The. aviator escaped.'
CAPTAIN INGLIS' NEW CRAFT
Capt. John L. Inglis came up this
morning from Port Inglis, where he
has been for several days overseeing
the final preparations for launching
his new yacht, Tuna III. ;
. The captain's new yacht is not as
large as the Tuna IL, which he old
some months ago, but she is much
speedier, and he is very much pleased
with the boat.
The Tuna III. was launched yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon with quite a deal of
ceremony and as soon as the interior
finishings arrive from New York and
can be placed in her ?;he will be given
her try out.
, Captain Inglis went to Ja:'- ronville
on the afternoon A. C. L. train. to re return
turn return in about ten days to make a
trial trip in the Tuna III.
Mr. F. J. Huber is spending a few
days at his farm near Eronson.
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Mr. John Sailer, who is. in the city
today from Oik, says that a 'Vtreak"
of the country in his section was visit visited
ed visited by hail Monday night. Not much
damage war! sustained on account of
the limited rea covered by' the-hail
, Messrs. E. D. Rou aTITTTCrDupree,
two. of Reddick's live merchants and
truckers, are in town today.
Mr. G. T. Maughs, who has been ill
with a severe attack of grip for sev several
eral several weeks, wTas able to return to the
express office today for the first time.
Mr. and. Mrs. L. S. Rhodes left this
afternoon for Brooksville, where they
will be for the next two weeks look looking
ing looking after a pool room which ., Mr.
Rhodes has there.
Complete line cf Paas' Easter egg
dyes every imaginable color, at The
Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
Mr. William Anderson and his
friend-,. Mr. Avery,, who is visiting
him, left this afternoon for several
weeks' camping on Crystal River near
Globe-Wernieke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company
For Plumbing, tin work, guttering
an roofing call on P. A. Durand,
phone 494. 3-26-lmol
Fish globes, The Murray Company.
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ATTEMPTS TO IMIILE BIOG WE
VlTIi SGAIIT EnGOUfiAGEuEilT
Rome, April 1. That President
Wilson is continuing his c Torts to es establish
tablish establish peace through me liation, v;n
reliably learned today. Ar1"""'
Thomas Nelson Page is
to secure Italian supf-. the presi president's
dent's president's plans. The ambassador declin declined
ed declined to make any prediction, but did
not" seem hopeful of. outlook.
Failure of the allies to fo: e tlie Dar Dardanelles
danelles Dardanelles is probably all tl it has kept
the' Italians from declarir war, but
it is considered more thu ; probable
that Italy will enter the conflict by
EIGHTY CHICAGO, FACTORIES
Chicago April I. Ncc. ly 10,0,
men went to work today , ke ketones
tones ketones and steel mills cr Chicago
Heights, which had been closed and
the men idle since "January 1st. Some
eighty factories began oj actions at
normal ccale todav.
GONE TO JOIN THE GULLS
Marion County Cey.Playr
- ' St -
Jack Stuckey of Ooala, If ft yester yesterday
day yesterday for Mobile to join the Gulls.
Stuckey, who is a son of A. P. Stuck
ey cf Orcila, a well .l:r'-''v;. t,rr'---.tine
operator, la one of the i.v tv.ui
for the Mobile Southern League team.
Tie is well known in this city ar.d in
other parts of the state.
He was late in joining the Gulls,
owing to the illness of his brother,
0.tW. Stuckey, who is ill at the Gor Gordon
don Gordon Keller "Memorial hospital, with
typhoid and malaria. Tampa Times.
Mr. J. F. .Eanctt, for many years
i resident of Believiev.,-in this coun coun-Xy,
Xy, coun-Xy, but, recently from Helena, Ga., ar arrived
rived arrived in the city this morning. He
gwill return to ." Marion county in the
fall to Fga;vi resume his residence
among u-. lie made quite a. .success
of trucking for the local mari;et3
when he livrd at the "City of Oak?."
The most satisfying box of candy,
Triola Sweets, -'50 cents for thirty
pToces. Sold irt C r.hi at Genu's
Drug Stores only. '. 22-tf.
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VEGETABLES, MIUr .VD EGGS
from our ovn fr.:..i C Open night
A young lady, .alking up East
Broadway the other morning, met a
friend, wh" i;;cd her if she didn't
want to s-top into the r.earest drug drugstore
store drugstore for a cool drink She declined,
then ha inquired if .she didn't want to
go to the Court Pharmacy for some
i;:e cream.' She declined this also,
paying, in explanation that she h"J
just come out of church. A prevalence
of this type of girl .would can?.? a
rrrcit wave of religion to strike-Oca!a
An excellent candy
iiii box at Gorig';
for Triola Swcrts.
Drl g Stores. Ak
First cf the ssason-
s.oOn 1 bst exec
n di-.ft it Johnny's, tf
"bock" beer on
iOME'in and see our
Z. m 2r patterns and
3 your cnoico. ric::
expert tailor will take your measure and your civ the
Sun-Lit shops by ex)crt
you a Perfect Fit, the finest you ever had v: your bae'
money. That is the r.pllc-li VCDlcr; I.ir.I:; method cf doh
tlie ethod that guarantees' the utmost cloth .?r value
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UNDERSEA C A M PA 1 C, N O F T 1 1 1!
GERMANS IS HAVING ROIE
e" EFFECT' : ..' :
London, April 1.- Germany's sub submarine
marine submarine blockade of the "British Isles
entered its seventh week today. A
French steamer was torpedoed and
sunk today in the English channel,
Most of the crew perished. This is
the forty-second merchant ,?hip to; fall
a'"' victim. -'-';.
STEAMER AND SEVENTEEN 3IEN
."LOST : :"' :
London, April 1. The French
steamer sunk in the English channel
has been identified as the Emma of
iiavre. The crew, of seventeen perirls perirls-cd
cd perirls-cd when' the steamer went down. '-
A N OTH EP. JOLLY EVENING
At an early hour yesterday-' eve evening,
ning, evening, the 'Temple was again packed
with a. crowd, anxious to Fee the fun,:
and it' was not in the h'ast di.-appo'.:tt-'
Theie was the u. ual g" picture
show with music, always well worth
the admission price, and then the spe special
cial special pictures, and the funny stunts by!
the '-Dixie-' Amusement Co.', a" v:h
phow. irt. themselves,
." The twelve small 'boy s trying va: i i-ly
ly i-ly to : devour Apples j swinging fro 1 :
strings provoked great merriment,
which was added to by the comic prize
drawing. There were, more picture
of babies and snapshots taken on .th?
streets, a feature :vhich is" looked f-r-ward
to with greatest : interest.
The. program this' evening will :. I c
ford to miss it.
"Run a wa y June."
d no one can af af-Tomorrov,.
Tomorrov,. af-Tomorrov,. '. night,
Anthony, March' SO, sirs. Harry
Meadows very delightfully entertain-j
ed the Anthony B. Y. F. U.' x
street. - The-' table -decoration's --were '-fv ..f"1'.- f: f:-green
green f:-green and white... Hot chocolate,' sand- r,;,:,.,:"
wiches. -Falads and tea biscuits v:cieHj-'V':''ri Vl
the refreshments. :, j
An-, interesting program "was ren-j
dered:-. ; -;.
Southern Dreams ?li.?'s Maudj
- Pass Me !ot O Gentle Savior (witn
variations) Miss B.ul
Mooro i,;; J OT i
cf II; aver. Ju:'..;j;
- Son r Mattie Lee Pad,?
ana Eleanor. Leiiner.
.Voices "of '-the Night Clair -Tlamil
ten. :.,':-,'- - ;
Song, When the Silver Z I
Saining. on the Lake -Holmes
and David Brown.
Lt i I b
and. Miss Esther, Gates.
A SLUGGISH LIVI
t, p s r t 1
Let your liver get
'wrr.ld ard you
ore m lor a spell r.i i.-.iiery. xvery xvery-hody.gets
hody.gets xvery-hody.gets an attack now i.:,d ti.cn.
Thous.ir.ds cf pc-cple kc
rrtivc aa-.i h.:al'l:y by u-ir.g Dr.
New Life Pills- Fine for th t
tj vii:0U?necS anj indigestion. C r ti-!"
blood. Oalv 2rc at vourrir:: : t. A.I.I r-r v
striking line of snappy, up-to-
shades in Worsteds, ChevioLi,
tiio style you preier. .uiats.m n:::r .; y.
cutters and highly s::iK..J. happy tailor:-.
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tmcfc.::ged.". .' ""..''
Program to -be Rendcret the Oral
High School .SntufdayJI-::rnit:g
piano solo by Mi? s Peyser..
' '., Invocation by Rev. J. M. G ross.
Vocal solo by. Miss Musie B
'-"Methods ; ia Gengrcr
lVe?son. ...... .."
M:.Iethods;m Reading" Miss Mai i
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 1,1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
II. It. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H; Benjamin, Editor
Entered at 0ra, Fla., pxstoffice as second class matter.
One year, in advance. . .$5.G0
Six months, in advance..... 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.2 S
Ors month, in advance. .... .50
Last year, the always enterprising
Tampa Tribune, issued a special edi edition
tion edition for Marion county, and in-order
to compile the same sent one of its
clever young men, Mr. Gilbert ',' D.
Leach, to Ocala to obtain data. Mr.
Leach, like a wise man, made a bee
line for the headquarters of informa information,
tion, information, the Marion County Board of
Trade', and found a willing and'-efficient
helper in Secretary" Rooney. It
happened that just at that time Mr.
Rooney was preparing the "follow "follow-up"
up" "follow-up" booklet for "Facts and Photos."
lie and Mr. Leach collaborated to together,
gether, together, they visited aU parts of Mar Marion
ion Marion county and obtained large stores
of useful information, to be used by
both, by Mr. Leach, in the Tribune
special edition, and by Mr. Rooney in
the booklet. The Tribune special edi edition
tion edition came out first, simply because the
Tribune was better equipped for
speedy printing than Rooney. When
booklet was published later, there
tv-Y in it a considerable '"amount of
.iter that .had already been in the
Tribune, but was "not credited to the
Tribune for the good and sufficient
reason that Mr. Rooney, having ob obtained
tained obtained it himself, did not see any
reason why he should credit it to any any-one
one any-one else.
Shortly after, Mr. Rooney; and his
friends here were much surprised to
see in the Tribune a criticism on the
bookl in which the Tribune com commented
mented commented on so much of it being made
up from the Tribune's special edition,
and inquired with some asperity why
it was not credited, to which very un unjust
just unjust attack. Mr. Rooney made an
ample explanation, which has so far
not been acknowledged by the Tribune.
On the first of March, the Tribune
printed its year book, a handsome and
mostly very correct magazine, con containing
taining containing among other good things a
page write-up of Marion county. The
Star, impressed with the general
good looks of this fine-looking publi publication,
cation, publication, and in view of the Tribune's
usual accuracy, gave it favorable
: We make a speciaity of show showing
ing showing the newest creations in Ladies'
You can always find the very
latest ideas in
at our store.
We trim all shapes free of any
charge, when goods are purchased
One year- in advance. . . .$8.00
Six months, in advance. ... 4.25
Three month3, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. .... .SO
mention without stopping to analyze
It was not very long after that we
began to hear complaints as to some
of the year book's statements, and
taking time the other day, took over
the table printed in the Marion coun county
ty county page we found a glaring list of
errors, the publication of which is a
libel on our county.
These figures were from the report
of the Florida Agricultural Depart Department,
ment, Department, and the only explanation for
the way they were mixed up is that
they were "railroaded" into print
without any proof "reading.
The first-statement in the table is:
"Corn, 10,757 acres; 1170 bushels,
The proper figures would have "giv "given
en "given a yield of 131,170 bushels of corn.
Such an error is obviously -an error;
the trouble is the reader has no way
of deciding what the real yield is.
Next is: "Sea Island cotton,: 5.13
acres, -371 bales; value $22,200."
The correct figures are, 5136 acres,
1277 bales, $132,140. ; ; f
-Following is "Upland cotton, .1125
acres, 1277 bales, $132,140.
The correct figures are, 1125 acres,
371 bales, $22,000. ; ;
Another big misstatement is in re regard
gard regard to oranges, which is, "Number
of trees, 71,170; boxes, 9850; value,
$195,450."' . r f
The correSsjfigures are, 71,170 trees,
149,850 boxes; 1 195,450.
Misstatements are made in regard
to oats, sweet potatoes, peanuts, vel velvet
vet velvet beans, lettuce, cabbage, tomatoes,
eggplant, cucumbers, cantaloupes,
beans and grapefruit-MSO per cent of
The entire table in fact is such a
mass of glaring errors that we do
not see how any linotype operator
could have set -them unless he was
drunk, and if it ever went under the
eyes of. a proof reader, he must have
been drunk also; or else his correc corrections
tions corrections were entirely disregarded.
ItsMthe, Star's opinion that its up
to the Tribune to apologize to Mr.
Rooney for its unjust criticism, and
for it to explain and correct the
mangling of the figures in its year
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V T 3' LI E S fi L i :, 1 ft ft. 'I i. .1 5 1 I G fc M.
Special Meeting of this Important j
Commercial Body will be Held j
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
A TOAST to ocala
At the banquet given to the dele delegates
gates delegates to the State Good Roads Asso Association
ciation Association in St. Petersburg, Mr. J, D.
Rooney made the following response
to the toast, "Ocala, Marion County."
Mr. Toastmaster, Ladies and Gen Gentlemen:
tlemen: Gentlemen: The Brick City, the progres progressive
sive progressive city Ocala; one of the interest interesting
ing interesting and hospitable cities of the South.
I Its marvelous growth is attributable
largely to the excellence of Marion
county toil, but more to the character
of its loyal citizenship.
Beautifully located and splendidiv
surrounded, Ocala is the inviting field
of new capital; the ideal city for
home life; hospitable always with
open arms to the deserving, giving in
ducements to those who seek relief
from the icy blasts of th'f"&v
north. The neonle who havp rrvde,
are making Ocala stand by Y
morals and gentle manners; a cCrnt
munity of law-abiding citizens. When
the interests of Ocala are at stake
the progressive men stand united;
political prejudices vanish when her
future is involved.
Her educational and religious insti institutions
tutions institutions creditably reflect her pro progressive
gressive progressive spirit and advancement'. Her
Woman's Club is active and progres progressive,
sive, progressive, being engaged in all laudable
movements of civic uplift.
Marion county was created in 1843
It is 38 miles north and south by 54
miles east and west, with 45 town townships
ships townships and 1,043,840 acres. Ocala the
county site, is geographically the cen center
ter center of our great state; Marion county
has more miles of good roads than
any county in Florida.
We fully realize that the funda fundamental
mental fundamental -basic principles of advance advancement
ment advancement and prosperity rest on the coun county,
ty, county, state or nation, that are demon demonstrating
strating demonstrating their right of recognition by
the policies of development they are
upholding and contending for. Take
then those that are basing their uplift
on good roads, there you will find in
telligence, progress, advanced thought
and higher ideals.-
Thus you find Ocala, the Brick
City, Marion the banner agricultural
I thank you.
CANNING CLUB WORK
At the agents meeting recently held
in Tallahassee the matter of adopt adopting
ing adopting a uniform for the canning club
girls was an interesting topic un under
der under discussion. As is usually the case
the subject of dress held full sway
for some time and was finally dispos disposed
ed disposed of by adopting just such a suit as
is required to set off the natural beau beauty
ty beauty of our Florida girls.
Blue was the color chosen for the
dress, which with white collar, cap
and apron make a servicable and dain dainty
ty dainty costume.
Now there are all sorts and shades
of blue, so in order to have them all
alike I have selected a pretty clear
blue, neither dark nor light, but a soft
blue that will be suited to all alike
and I am mailing samples to each of
my girls in order that all may be
alike I have asked Mr. Helvenston
to order several bolts so as to supply
the demand. Each girl will get her
dress goods and white goods for cap
and apron. Do this as early as pos possible
sible possible for I want to help my girls
make up their uniforms, now with
more than one hundred girls on my
list the question may be asked how
can it be done the answer is both
simple and delightful. We will meet
in groups from time to time in differ different
ent different parts of the county and have a
day of cutting, fitting and sewing in
this way the girls get the benefit of
instruction in sewing and before they
realize it their uniforms are made by
themselves. Canning club girls have
more talents than just in the art of
canning, and from time to time we
will have classes in many of the things
that go to make home more attrac attractive
tive attractive and to make smarter women.
Right here I wish to call attention
to the great advantage of regularly
"organized clubs. In this way the girls
work more in union with each other,
their work is not recognized as a hard hardship,
ship, hardship, but as a profitable pleasure.
Club or team work is recognized all
over the country as the best means of
obtaining results, and I find already
that in the schools of Marion county
where clubs have been regularly or organized
ganized organized and the teacher is inclined
to be interested, the club members
themselves are more interested and
are of course equally interested in
the progress of other club members.
I am delighted to know that some
of our teachers are doing all in their
power to encourage and help this
splendid work in their schools, two of
our resident teachers are doing regu regular
lar regular club work along with the other
The canning club girls are looking
forward to some practical lessons
along the lines of domestic science
during the year. They will meet in
the same way as for their sewing and
spend the day in learining how to pre prepare
pare prepare some dish that will be a relish
to the family and a help to mother.
In view of this work it will of course
be necessary for me to carry an out outfit
fit outfit consisting of oil or gasoline stove,
small dishes, measures -in fact a
complete outfit for giving the les lesson
son lesson as planned. One club which meets
once a month has decided to have class
meetings and prepare their refresh refreshments
ments refreshments at the home where meeting is
held, thus taking a lesson and enter entertaining
taining entertaining at the same time. There are
so many pleasant features connect connected
ed connected with the work of the canning club
girls and realy they seem to realize
the fact more fully than ever. I must
not fail to mention the fact that there
are a number of fine boys in my can canning
ning canning club membership and we have
reason to expect some good work this
year. It is true the frost did some
damage, but by the aid of organiza organization
tion organization and cooperation of our girls and
boys, Marion will come out with her
full share of honors.
Caroline II. Moorehead.
CHOICE SMALL HAMS FOR SALE
A number of very choice small hams
and shoulders for sale; corn fed hogs,
smoked with green hickory wood.
t : e a. i : t t a tt
inquire ui oierung iiuupei, at xiar xiar-'
' xiar-' rington Hall Barbershop. 30-tf
. (Continued from Yesterday)
"i u m i kijgw. .jiu.e is souiewuere
hi No'.v York, i was iu hopes you had
heanl from her."
-We did: She telegraphed to Iris
that she lud lost tier purse- Iris left
he iv vvith it to mail it to June.'
'Then that's whore she is!?V There
was re 1 iff Hi Ned's voice.
: "Fit down." 's;iid Moore. "Why are
you not with. her?'
"I dou't know." There was a choke
iu Ned's voice. "She left me on the
train slipped away at Farnville."
t?he wouldn't do such a thing with-
cau?e!" declared Sirs. Moore
r'irr5tietl ?" This -' sharply
"I don't understand. She told me she
lost her purM I gave her some mon money,
ey, money, and she went to sleep with her
head on my shoulder. I pillowed her
more comfortably on the seat by and
by and went into the smoker. I drop dropped
ped dropped in to look at her about every five
minutes, and when I came back after
we hod pntd FnrnvilJe she was rone.
She left the money on the seat- Here
it is." And he showed them the three
crumpled bills, one partly torn.
TIow do you l:noV she returned to
New York?" demanded Moore.
"I saw her. I got off at the next sta station
tion station and telephoned. The station mas master
ter master at Fiirnville reported that he saw,
her getting on a down train. I took an
express and overhauled her as we came
into the Grand Central station. I siw
her leave the station and get Into a
"You are holding something back!'
Moore charged. "I want to know the
"You have all I can tell you," dcclar
ed Ned. lie would not tell them about
the black Van dyked man, and June
was Mrs. Warner now.
"Will you jret your wraps, please.
Charlotte?"' June's father finally said,
and rose. '"We are going to Iris. 11!
:rder the car."
They were-grim and silent as thej
While they rode the black Yandyked
man, in Shfrrys. sat at the end of a
long table between" a jovial host with
a gray mustache and a ponderous man
with heavily lidded eyes and shorl
There were a dozen placed at the
table, and wine hissed Nt, every plate,
but the others of the party. -which in included
cluded included a half dozen vivacious and gay gay-ly
ly gay-ly gowned young women, were danc dancing.
ing. dancing. The three men talked in low
f tones, their heads bent together, and
the black Vaudyked -'man was the
most silent. Finally he began to talk
and grew enthusiastic, and. presently
he drew forth June's little gold watch
Then he flashed '.open the lid. All
. three men bent eagerly over it They
gazed upon "the lovely features' of the
runaway bride.' their faces bent close
together -They clapped the black Van Van-dyked
dyked Van-dyked tnan on 'the' shoulder."
It Was ''during, this time that June
Warner. Fitting, quietly in a corner'of
the library, .with Bobbie and Iris ant!
with her 'mother's-' purse t ii I in hei
haul, heard a familiar votce in thf
"Daddy!" She -dashed from hei
chair In a finsh and went upstairs tc
i .-'., r
"Where's Junie?" Mrs. Moore bad
pushed throngb ahead of the men.
John Mt'TS. walked straight to Bob
bie Blethetv d' shook an awe in
spiring CngeTS thatyoung man.
"WhereVmy gy-1?" be demanded.
Bobbie slowly straightened.
"Well, she's "here." he said. "What
of it?" ..
"I'll tell you what of it!" said Iris
"June has decided not to see any ol
you just yet. and she won't!"
"Iris." begged Mrs. Moore, "what
does it all mean?"
Iris took two letters from the mantel.
She gave one to Ned and one to Mrs.
"Why are you here atone V
Moore. Her husband looked over hei
shoulder. The letter was addressed to to-Dear
Dear to-Dear Daddy and Mummy-I cannot ex explain
plain explain in a letter why I v,aa compelled tc
leave Ned. Some day I will make you
understand ami forgive. Tiease be good
to dear Ntd ami Jove
YOUR LITTLE JUNIE.
"Ilere's the man! shouted Ned, his
voice'full of sudden fury. He held a
pair of gloves In one hand and a card
in the othrr. "These are June's gloves.
They were lying on the table, and this
card was in them r
"They're my gloves T called Iris, but
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Ned laughed at her- There wa n
mistaking thc dainty, blue embroid embroidered
ered embroidered bits of white kid.
"Now, I'll tell you." went on Ned.
"This man. Gilbert Blye, whose name
I iiow know for the lirst time. va
with her from the moment idle left me
until she came hre. He is a tall,
black Yandyked man. and at Farn Farnville
ville Farnville he was seen assisting June on the
down train. 1 saw them myself
through the car window talking to together.
gether. together. I wont to find Gilbert Blye!
Are you hiding him too?" And he
turned savagely on Iris.
Bobbie lounged forward. "That'll d-.
Ned," he warned. "Iris, call June."
"Junior They heard Iris throwing
doors open ami running through the
house, calling June. Ned darted up the
staire. but in the hall Iris met him
with a frightened face. "She i3 goneT
They all searched for her then, but
there was no trace of her.
US. GILBERT BLYE was in
shrill voiced converse with a
big green parrot, which, from
length and sharpness of nose
and height of eye arches, might have
been a sister to her. A maid announced
that some one had wanted to see Mr.
Blye, and. since he was not at home,
would Mrs, Blye care to say where
he was? He came to New York on an
Mrs Blye rose instantly. She sailed
straight into the hall and confronted
Mrs. Gilbert Blye Was In Shrill Voice
Converse With a Big Green Parrot.
the five earnest -visitors.. "Did you say
Mr. Blj-e returned! on an early train?"
"Yes." Ned tried not to speak curtly.
"I saw him."
"1 a in Mrs, Blye. Is there anything
I can do for you?" The lady was
studying the group with a shrewlike
penetration. Mrs. Blye began to wor worry
ry worry herself. Also she began to suspect.
That last was her specialty. "If you
will tell pie the nature of your business
with Mr.1 Blye I may be able to locate
"I want my-daughter!" blurted out
John Moore, his lips squaring.
'"Oh!" And Mrs. Blye's voice rose
"Your daughter!" She glared at them
for a moment. "Will you please wait?"
she asked and sailed back through the
hall. They could hear her sharp voice
telephoning. She had called her hus husband's
band's husband's club, and they heard her ex exclaim
claim exclaim indignantly. "Where. Sherry's?'
She was back, blazing. She had her
hat in her hand. "He's at Sherry's!"
An electric coupe stood at the door.
She slammed into that, turned on the
lights and rolled away with as much
vigor as was in the capacity of her
machine. Bobbie's runabout darted
after her and passed he? and theD
came the limousine with Mr. and Mrs
Moore and Ned.
Poor June! It bad been hard for hei
to leave those beloved voices down
there In the library, but she had made
up her mind very firmly that neither
she nor Ned could be happy if she was
always to feel that she was a chattel.
She ran back to the desk for Ned's
photograph, then, stepped lightly out
'on the tiny side porch, jumped down to
the little embankment and. fied. as
light as thistledown, along the side of
the house and out at the little grocer's
Where now should she go? The
apartments, their home, hers and
Ned's! She hurried up In that direc direction,
tion, direction, but at the first corner she stopped
for an instant and darted over toward
Broadway. She had realized three
things almost simultaneously first,
that they might come out of the Bleth Blethering
ering Blethering house at any instant and see her:
second, that she had no key and, third,
that Ned might come there. It would
Ce the most likely place for him to go
fn his loneliness.
In fond memory, stopping at thc thc-first
first thc-first dark corner, she went over each
of the dear rooms, furnished just to
fit her and delight her the white and
gold reception- room, the white and
rose drawing room, the white and
black library, the white and blue bed bed-room,
room, bed-room, the all white kitchen. She baw
Ned in every room and herself thert;
Now flushed and happy she was ei
perimenting with the toy range, now
they were dining together all alon
She was playfully feeding Ned. arjj
lie was seasoning the meal with sto'.eu
hisses, walking clear around the fc--ble
to get them. TUey "Were spending
an evening of blissful companionship
In the library.
She suddenly held her bandkerchief
to her mouth to choke back a sob. On
.Broadway she hailed a passing taxi.
All was sparkling at sherry's, but
Gilbert Blye had taken small share In
the hilarity. He had risen to go when
(Continued on Page Three)
If your car needs PAINTING see
me. If it needs brightening up use my
"AUTO PRESERVATION POLISH"
aM save paint bills Price $1.00..
T. D. DILLON
203 N. Main St. Phone 193
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We offer the Seven-Room Residence, and Lot 94 :: ;i0
714 Sanchez Street, for 83500. $1500 Cash; Balance
Residence and East Half of Lot, $2800. $1000 Cash;
Balance On Time.
West Half of Lot. $800 Cash.
Near New Puhlic School. A few minutes from the
Center of the City.
LOUIS JR. CUAZAL & SOWS CO.
If so, resolve to make it hrighter and happier
by installing a piano NOW.
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All i; -NysSL
.How very dull and colorless are the thoughts of home withcjl
music. One may as well try to imagine spring without sunshine ar.d
Through music the true soul of a home finds expression. In music
sweet memories are revived, misfortune and cares are lightened "with
its gentle touch. Without music home is unworthy of the larne.
This store is replete with all the varying styles, and oar factory
prices and convenient terms of
reach of all.
Won't you come in and let us
over-urge you to buy.
A iATTTfBT7 TTXTT'TTr rXVTSirm
On and after
all Cigars Tobacco, Cigarettes, Ice Cresm and
Cold Drinks will be sold for
AlPAIE OF MlTUS-v
Will exchange city
a pair of Good Mules. If
from you at once.
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CHOICE OF 5
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Indianapolis, Cleveland and intermediate points.
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For tickets and information call on
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payment bring them with';
talk the matter over?-We will not
lots or a small farjn for
interested let rne hear
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OCALA EVENING STAk. THURSDAY, APIitL 1, 1915
, Virginia Style
(Made in Ma Hon County,
Florida; U. S. A.)
25c PER". POUNDS DILIVERiD
Oca!a Ice & Paeld i?go
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRSJ
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
(Continued from Second Page)
WILBUR W. C. SiVlITH
Fttnerdi -Director and
E. C. Jordan & Co.
2 1 9 W EST B ROADWAY
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Former Ocala Teacher Defends the' qulalisms and tried to make them pass
Southern Dialect j as the speech of a cultured Southern
Miss Mary Reynolds, a former high j ffirl. And I saw more than one loyal
I school teacher in this city, who is southerner m the audience show his
. i m
teacher now in a New York boarding ; indignation as tne penormance pro-
I school, resents the impression north-1 ceeded.. Mary Reynolds.
Z I emers throw out. relative to the dia-r New York,. March 17.
'' lect of the southerners. Miss Reynolds
i wrote the new York Times as follows, ? Sister Esther Carlotta Will be Here
relative to how a Southern girl talks: j Sunday
r This is a protest in the name of J
; . Sister Esther Carlotta, state presi-
i Southern girls generally against the r
t ... r, .... rr, , dent of the United Daughters of the
way m which Miss Edith Taliaferro f ,
has delineated the type at the Palace
I this week. Her play has the charm
jand the sentiment of the South, but
'the ungramir.atical, unrefined heroine
sis not Southern. Granted, there is a
; certain dialect and manner of speak speaking
ing speaking connected with that section of the
tcountry? But cultured Southerners,
and we take it Mary Davis is of that
class, do not say "ain't no" and "we-
They neither misuse the past
ecbeui- i U
A tense of the verb do nor confuse the
For Good Woo
BIj Loik! lor' SI'.
Your Y,"er will have
J. L. SMGAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
singular and the plural in the collo collo-ouialism
ouialism collo-ouialism "you all." Such a charming
dialectal peculiarity as the Virginia
pronounciation of the word "garden"
is omitted by. Miss Taliaferro. The
word occurs in the little play, but she
pronounces it the usual way and neg neglects
lects neglects the opportunity to stamp her herself
self herself as a true Virginian by saying
The way in which Miss Taliferro
acts gives the wrong impression. She
has taken some Southern negro collo-
""Confederacy, will be a prominent
week-end visitor, arriving Saturday at j
1 o'clock from Tampa and leaving
Monday for Leesburg. She will be
the guest of Mrs. D. E. Mclver and
Mrs. E. M. Howard, president and ex-t
president, respectively, of Dickison
chapter, going first to the home of the
former. Sister Carlotta will be pleas pleased
ed pleased to see as many of the Daughters as
possible during her brief visit.
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When you bring a prescription to us we fill it
with exactly what your physician prescribes.
When you buy anything in the drug line from
us it will be exactly what we say it is.
We KNOW the drug business; we are EARNEST
in our work, and
"WE TAKE CARE
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
v-r j u i i-p.
ii tits 'in s ea y
1 n U F
Llsjcrity cf Friends TLcugtt IJr.
Ilexes 7cu!d Die, But
Qzz Helped Ilia to
Pomeroylon, Ky. In interesting ad advices
vices advices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes
writes as follows: "1 was down with
stomach trouble for five (5) years, and
wculd have sick headache so bad, at
limes, that. I thought surely I would die.
I tried different .treatments, but they
did not seem to do me any good.
I got so bad, L could not eat or sleep,
Rsd all my friends, except one, thought I
'vouif dlQ He advised me to try
Thedford's ".2C- Draught, and quit
taking other medicines. 1 decided to
take his advice, although I did not have
any confidence in it.
I have now been taking Black-Draughl
for three months, and it has cured me
haven't had those awful sick headaches
since I began using it.
I am so thankful for what Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught has done for me."
Thedford's Black-Draught has been
found a very valuable medicine for de-
rangements of the stomach and liver. It
is composed of pure, vegetable herbs,
contains no dangerous ingredients, and
acts gently, yet surely. It cati.be freely
used by young and old, and should be
in every family chest.
Get a packapp today.
Only a quarter. cj
Go MofSIi -By Sea
JACKSONVILLE.- TO BALTIMORE .
.AN l- PHIL A DEL PI1IA
Washington .... . 20.00
Xew York 21.40
Boston . $27.00
Buffalo .. .. ..
Pittsburg .. 23.55
, ..ccL-i inciuue meal and stateroom berth on steo- :v Sailincrs. for
i.i:iir:;fjr?, y.concIay and Saturday, for. Philadelphia .rc(av and Sun Sundry.
dry. Sundry. ior tickets and ether information, call on oh 5 ana.un
Holy Week Services
Services for the remainder of holy
week at Grace church will be as fol follows:
lows: follows: Maundy Thursday: Celebration of
the holy communion at 10 a. m.
Good Friday: Morning prayer and
ante-communion service at 11 a. in.
Evening prayer at 4:30 p..m.
Easter Eve: Evening prayer 4:30
For centuries the Thursday before
Easter has been known as Maundy
Thursday. The ceremony of washing
the feet, of poor persons or inferiors
is performed as a religious rite on
Maundy, Thursday in commemoration
of Christ's washing the feet of the
disciples at the last supper. Only a
very few countries are there in which
the custom of feet-washing is still
observed, which gave the name to the
day. It is derived from mandatum,
the first word of the service chanted
at the washing of the feet. In Aus Austria
tria Austria the old rite of Maundy Thursday
of "fusswasschung" (feet washing)
is still kept up by" the emperor under
circumstances of great ceremony.
Marion Bottling & Ice Cream Com Company's
pany's Company's Reception
Quite the largest social -event of the
week, and one greatly enjoyed, was
the reception from 3 to 5 o'clock yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon given by the Marion
Bottling & Ice Cream Company at
its place of business on W. Fort King
avenue. It marked the formal open opening
ing opening of one of the city's newest indus industries
tries industries and in response to a general in-
vitation, extended through the press,
hundreds of ladies and children call called
ed called to extend a cordial welcome to Mr.
O'Farrell, the genial head of the com company,
pany, company, and to partake of the hospi hospitality
tality hospitality offered by him and his business
"Where cleanliness is paramount"
was the placard that greeted the eyes
of the callers as they entered and,
true enoughy everything was spotless spotlessly
ly spotlessly clean. The interior is only par partially
tially partially completed and when finished
,will. be. entirely white except for the
cement floor and the natural color of
the wire screens, the latter covering
all outside openings and is used ex exclusively
clusively exclusively to divide, the interior into
three rooms. ;
Mr. O'Farrell met every guest per personally
sonally personally .and explained fully the ma machinery
chinery machinery to ail. In the freezing room,
fitted for the making of an unlimited
number of gallons of "Velvet" ice
cream, the guests saw. the cream made
and frozen, the latter done by elec
tricity, and they were served to a
generous helping of the delicious pro-
duct, vanilla and strawberry, the last
topped with fresh fruit.
Pretty gilt card cases were service serviceable
able serviceable souvenirs of the afternoon, and
booklets telling of the quality of Vel Velvet
vet Velvet ice cream and all about it were
distributed. Pianola music gave ad additional
ditional additional pleasure to the guests during
the calling Tiours and in the office a
register was kept.
The company in a few weeks ex expects
pects expects to manufacture Mo-Cola, a delightful-
drink, and when everything
is made ready, it will hold another
opening. The day is being anticipat anticipated
ed anticipated by all who Were present yesterday.
". Mr. Albert Wright, a brother of
Mrs. R. B. Bullock of this city, is now
convalescing at his home in Havana,
Cuba, from his recent fceriois illness
and in a few days, accompanied by
Mrs. Wright, will go to Battle Creek,
Mich., for treatment.
The public school children are
buried deep for the remainder of the
week in examinations, the last before
the final ones at the close of school,
May 31st. The promotion of many
pupils will depend on the marks made
this week. -.
Mrs. E. W. Davis left this morning
for her home in Orlando, concluding
a pleasant visit of two days with
Mrs. G. B. Stein. Mrs. Davis former formerly
ly formerly resided in Ocala and her friends
accord her a warm welcome whenever
Friends will regret to hear of the
illness of Mrs. E. J. Crook at the Ma
rion County Hospital. Yesterday Mrs.
Crook underwent an operation and
news from her bedside at noon today
a black eyed youn woman, tbe niosi
vivacious of tne party, called uiiu ta
task for his evening of secret
ing. "You're up to some devilment,"
fche charged, playfully tweaking txis
beard. "Come and d.iuce with me."
. ''Sorry. Tuuiruy," be told her. with
that queer smile ou his liis. but I've
a previous engagement.
"She can wait," pouted the girl. She
dragged lilye away from the table.
"Take my car. Gill" called the gray
'Certainly replied lilye. and the
three men exchanged a smile. "111
dance one round with Tommy; then
Before that round was over, howev however,
er, however, GiJbert IJlye saw an appuritiou iu
the doorway, and his face turned cold.
The apparition was a tall, angular wo woman
man woman with a long, high nose and high
arched brows, who was trying to bore
Gilbert Clye through and thugb with
a double eyed glare of burning feroci ferocity.
ty. ferocity. He hurried over to his wife. She
"Who is that woman?" One lean,
long finger pointed accusingly at the
vivacious black eyed girl with whom
Gil had been dancing.
"I shall explain nothing.
bert "I'm through!"
tie leit her coutemv-
her stunned by this tiileipected revolt
As he went down the steps he heard
her shrieking something after him, and
he hurried. As he dashed out of the
door he ran into a group who were
coming in. They were the Moores, the
Bletherings and Ned Warner, and he
was upon them and past them aud
jumping into the luxuriously furnished
racing limousine, with the little watch
in his hand, before they realized that
this was the man they were seeking.
"There he goes!" cried Ned. "The
Blye. moving rapidly away, saw the
confusion and blamed his wife for the
scene, for now she was in the lead
of the excited group, which was rush
ing toward him..
The house" of the Moores at Bryn Bryn-port
port Bryn-port was dark when June arrived, the
dear old bouse. It stood backXamid
the dim trees, with a dignity qnd
beauty which she had never before
thoroughly appreciated, and at the
gate she hesitated as if, with no one
to welcome her. she had no right here.
There was a welcome, though, and a
joyous one, a loud, hearty one. a se series
ries series of delighted barks from her dog
The hole through which he usually
emerged had been found and closed.
but be wasted no time on that. He
merely came through the window,
bringing a part of the sash with him,
and here he was running circles
around her, leaping at her, crouching,
barking at the top of his voice, doing
everything in his power to show her
that she was a welcome visitor at this
place and iu his heart at any hour of
the night or day.
He had known her very presence
from far back in the shed shed-It
It shed-It was the work of a minute for June
to clamber through an unlocked kitch-
-MIIjlliIiNr E RY
But a short time remains in which to secure your E A S T E R II A T.
Our trade has been very heavy up to date, for nearl everybody has wanted
that new hat for Easter, but we still have a few especially attractive offerings
left so attractive, in fact, that there will not be an ''Easter Special" left in
our store, after April 4.
Even at the eleventh hour you can get some wonderful Easter values.
Miss Mary Af f led
Upstairs, Rear of
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Ocala, Florida, April 1, 1915.
In order to make it easier for our customers to settle their telephone ac accounts
counts accounts promptly, we have decided, effective foclay, to recede, for the present,
from our rule requiring payment for service quarterly in advance, and instead
collect for service MONTHLY in advance. We shall, however, insist on
prompt payments by tne mouth. Unless payment is made at
THE OFFICF OF THE COtiPMY BEFORE Nth tl&Y OFnO?:TH
service will be discontinued without further notice. We are trying to help
you, won't you be prompt and help us ?
'OCALA TELEPHONE COMPANY
, BY J P. PHILLIPS, Manager
The Story of Runaway June will Ap Appear
pear Appear in the Star on Wednesdays
. Hereafter the story "Runaway
June," will be divided each week and
part of it published in Wednesday's
paper and part in Thursday's paper.
We have had a good many people say
they did not have time Friday evening
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
leach Friday nicrht.
GET TOGETHER SOCIAL
The'lGth of April is the date that
has been set and advertised for the
W. C. T. U.. social to be given at the
Baptist church, beginning at 7:30
o'clock, promptly. A choice program
is being arranged, which will be fol followed
lowed followed by a social hour. Each mem member
ber member of the W. C. T. U. is asked to
consider herself a committee of one
to advertise this event and do all in
her power to make it an enjoyable
success. There will be no charges,
no collection. All citizens cordially
invited. Fuller particulars later!
Watch for them. Committee.
KARL JANSEN'S CULTURE CLASS
Where Now Should She Go?
eri window and to rush upstairs, get
her maid, Marie, seize several gar garments
ments garments and drag with her the astound astounded
ed astounded servant
"Miss June! Miss June!" cried Aunt
Dbby, out of breath from running,
but June only waved a hand at her as
the taxi swept out of the drive.
A limousine had stopped In front of
the house, and a black Vandyked man
"Miss Moore!' he called, but June's
taxi rattled on. He Jumped- In hi3
own car and gave the word and start started
ed started In swift pursuit
The two machines were still in sight
when the runabout of Bobbie and Iris
dashed around the circle.
"Is June here?" called Iris.
"Lawdy. no! puffed Aunt Debby.
"Dat's her goin yonder!
The runabout was gone with a whiz,
and immediately after came the family
"Is June here T called all three of
the occupants at once.
"She's Just done gone! The gentle gentleman
man gentleman with black whiskers has Just
done gone! Mr. Bobbie ind Miss Iris
has Just done gone! Whooh!"
Around the corner -there rolled an
electric coupe. It was brilliantly light lighted,
ed, lighted, and in it sat an angular woman
with a high, long nose and high arched
brows, beneath which glittered two
"Sayf snrilled the occupant of the
Aunt Debby. her broad hand on her
stomach, pointed down the road.
(Concluded on Para Four)
(To Be Continued.!
Norris Box Candies at the
Pharmacy are the best made.
Dr. J. Walter ioodrs new office tele
phone number is 284. 15-tf
Karl Jansen will open his course of
physical instruction, April 5th. All
ladies wishing to take lessons will
please phone either 62 or 381 for par particulars,
ticulars, particulars, as no one will be allowed to
attend the exercises for public school
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SPENDING MONEY FOR JEWELRY IS NOT SPENDING "IT FOOL FOOLISHLY.
ISHLY. FOOLISHLY. THE DEAREST THING IN LIFE IS AFFECTION. LET THOSE
OF WHOM YOU ARE FOND KNOW IT. BY SENDING THEM SOME
LITTLE TREASURE FOR EASTER.
COME TO US FOR THE PRESENTS' YOU WISH TO MAKE.
NAME INSURES THE SUPERIORITY OF THE QUALITY.
WE MAKEI"QUALITY" RfGHT; THEN THEIPRICE RIGHT.
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OCALA'S RELIABLE JEWELER
QUICKLY TO SLOAN'S
You can't prevent an attack of
rheumatism from coming on, but you
can stop it almost immediately.
Sloan's Liniment gently applied to the
sore joint or muscle penetrates in a
few minutes to the inflamed spot that
causes the pain. It soothes the hot,
tender, swollen feeling, and in a very
short time brings a relief that is al almost
most almost unbelievable until you experience
it. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment
for 25c 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 does give almost
instant relief. Adv.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Mclvcr :& laeKay
UNDERTAKERS and EFJDALI1ERS
Fine Caskets and Ourial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-raera
raera Embal-raera and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 10 J
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Odce ,i5
o a Person WIio
tiimseii on iiis innearencs
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business,
40'2-iOi g. 3Iain trcel
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CAPITAL STOCK. 550,000.00.
State, County, and City Depository.
P.llt'' i OUF 'rLCL. IE. 'i
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CARPENTER AND BLILDER
Careful Estimates Made on all Con-
ract Work. Gives More and Better j
Work for the Money than Any Other -Cnntractor
in the Citv.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL x, 1915
I GGALA OCCURENCES
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
Subscribe for your magazines tX This report is made from observa observa-The
The observa-The Murray Company. 4-1 j tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov-
v ,. xaurte xrenjamm arrivea irom ot. ;
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Leo College yesterday to spend the March 1
Easter holiday at home. March 2
' i March 3
All varieties of seed corn; also rail- j March 4
let and sorghum, now in and for sale? March 5
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tx (March C
- I March 7
The boats on the Daylight line con-; March 8
tinue to carry good crowds of tour-1 March 0
ists to Palatka. The boats will con. ; March ; 10
tinue to run until the I5tli or later. March 11
' ,r. r- . v ; . I March; 12 ;
A large shipment of Norris Candies
just received at the Court Pharmacy.
Nous better made. 19-tf
Thomas showed the Sta&
yesterday a long list or names oir
Jks who are comiife across with
funds to help the loflge make a good
display at Palatka J When it comes
to raising money Sr any good pur
pose, the. Ocala Elks are always rig
there with the coinL
The Little Trained Nurse says: Get
your Easter egg dyes at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, 5 cents per
Times-Union prints picture of An Anna
na Anna Pavlowa. Its a dull time of day
that we can't walk around the Ocala
public square and see twenty better
The drugs used in out prescriptio
department are the best to be ha
and ACCURACY is our watchword.
Thexrt Pharmacy. 19tf.
We are showing a very strong
line of the very newest shapes
of course we have others, some
us low as
Our line of
"Wf 5P? RHP
is by far the best selected ever
shown by us. We have a good
We are showing a good num number
ber number in a Palm .Beach Trouser
that tis well made and the price
Come to see our Men's Store,
it will pay you,
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('Made in Marion Co'unty,
Florida, U. S. A,)
25c PER rGliriT DELIVERED
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March 3 J
Fair tonight and Friday
Slightly cooler south a
frost in north portion.
This part of the country had qui
a scare last night. Reports of snow
and frost in Georgia and other states
to the nojXhwere accentuated by a
rapidlyllingl temperature, the mer mercury
cury mercury falf Dig tairteen ds&rees between
noon and sunlown
frost last night
inous. 1 ne meri
cury stood a
tu tins inoriiiiijr, jfmi.
loudy weather saved us ixsfdC dis
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.
- W. K. Lane, 31. D., Physician ad
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Noso
Law Library Building,
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of Ma
rion county, Florida, intend o apply
to the legislature of the state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, at its regular session in 1915, for
a special legislation authorizing the
re-issue and validation of all outstand
mg county warrants issued by or un under
der under authority of the board of county
commissioners of Marion county, Flor Florida
ida Florida prior to February 1st, 1915, or
such of said wa.rrants as the said leg legislature
islature legislature may see fit to authorize to be
re-issued and validated; and also pro providing
viding providing for the payment of interest
thereon, and for making the said war warrants
rants warrants payable at fixed periods.
Board County Commissioners, Marion
County, Florida. 1-30
The state and county tax books
will close accorJmg 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
bring or send a correct description of
your property when you wish either
a memorandum of the amount or to
I ay your taxes, thus reducing the
possibility of an error to the mini minimum.
mum. minimum. If you write us do not be im impatient
patient impatient if our reply seems, delayed.
We will answer as fast as we possi possibly
bly possibly can and as near as practical all
letters in the order in which k they
were received. Yours very truly,
W. L. COLBERT,
3-4-30d Tax Collector.
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an execution issued
out of and under the seal of the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of Marion county, Florida,
of date March 4th, 1915, in that cer certain
tain certain cause pending in said court in
which M. C. Kiser Company, a cor corporation
poration corporation organized and existing under
the laws of the state of Georgia, is
plaintiff, and F. M. Harp and J. N.
Tiller, co-partners doing business un under
der under firm name of F. M. Harp & Com Company,
pany, Company, are defendants, I have levied
upon the property situate in Marion
county, Florida, more particularly de described
scribed described as follows:: SwU of sw
except 7.73 chains square in. north northwest
west northwest corner, and 7.73 chains square in
southeast corner of nw1! of sw U of
sec lo, tp 12 s, r 23 nwi .bf nwi
of sec 22, tp 12 s, r 23 e, w of neU
of se4 of sec 8, tp 13 s, r 24 e, seH
w se',i oi sei ci sec 8, tp 13 s. r
24 e, lot 10 except 10 chains north
and south by 18 chains east and west
in northwest corner, of sec 9, tp 13
s, r 24 e, lot 12 except 110 yds square
in southwest corner, and lot 13 except
110 yds north and south by 220 yds
east and west in southwest corner,
sec 9, tp 13, s, r 24 e, e ot seU of
neU of sec. 17, tp 13 s, r 24 e, lots 9,
10, 12, 14, 15 and 16 of Eureka, in
section 9, tp 13 s, r 24 e, and that the
undersigned will sell said lands at
public outcry, to the highest and best
bidder for ca,sh on
Monday, April 5th, 1915
between 11 o'clock in "the forenoon
and 2 o'clock in the afternoon, in
front of the west door -of the Marion
county court house in Ocala, Florida,
to satisfy said execution and the
costs thereon. John P. Galloway,
Sheriff of Marion County, Florida.
D. Niel Ferguson, 4-thur
(Continued from Third Page)
April heralds the grand opera sea-
son, Monday 26th, Saturday, May 1,
inclusive: Each spring a number of
Ocalans spend grand opera week in
Atlanta but this year Mrs. II. M.
Hampton and possibly Miss Marguer Marguerite
ite Marguerite Porter and Miss Ethel Haycraft in
all probability will be the only ones
The program shows a varied reper repertoire
toire repertoire which is sure to appeal. Four
evening and three afternoon perform performances
ances performances will be given as follows:
Meyerbeer's "Les Huguenots" (in
Italian) Monday evening. April 26.
Offenbach's "Les Cartes D'Hoff D'Hoff-man"
man" D'Hoff-man" (in French) Tuesday afternoon.
Bizet's "Carmen" (in French) Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening.
Verdi's "Rigoletto" (in Italian)
Montemezzi's "1 Amore Del Tre
Re" (in Italian) Friday evening.
Mozart's "Die Zauberfloete" (in
German) Saturday afternoon, May 1.
Giordano's "Madame San Gene" (in
Italian) Saturday evening.
Assisting at the Methodist bazaaB "illy to the state -depart-held
today on the north end of thcv Jiv th Ttmrn-in
Ocala House piazza were Mrs. J. P.
Galloway, chairman of the embroidery
committee, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Meade,
Mrs! Stripling, Mrs. Harley, Mrs. J.
A. Bouvier, chairman of the candy
committee, Mrs. Gross, Mrs. Clyatt,
Mrs. Minshall and others. All except
a few pieces of fancy work were dis
posed of. The sale netted the sewing
circle quite a nice sum of money.
Mrs. Anclrew Turner, who has been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. K.
"SJewadski for several weeks, returned
tcher home in Dunnellon todav.
Ifaster Hardy Croom was taken
ddenly quite ill last night. H is
The Eastern Star sewing circle en
joyed a splendid meeting in Yjonge's
hall Wednesday afternoon. During
the afternoon white and caramel cake
and coffee were served by Mrs. Kram Kramer,
er, Kramer, Mrs. Burnett and Miss Erin
The teachers of the Episcopal Sun Sunday
day Sunday school will give their classes an
Easter egg hunt Monday afternoon at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cullen.
Mrs. A. C. Hamrick of Tampa is in
the city, coming in response to a tele telegram
gram telegram announcing the illness of her
sister, Mrs. E. J. Crook.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leigh are spend spending
ing spending this week in Tampa and other
points in South Florida.
. Miss Marie Haile returned home
Tuesday from an extended visit to.
relatives and friends in Farnville and
The Woman's Missionary Society
wall meet tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock at the Metrodist church.
Mrs. J. Bradford Webb of Ken-
drick Is attending to-her Easter shop shopping
ping shopping in the city today.
Up to 3 o'clock this afternoon, no
blushing couple had taken advantage
of Judge Smith's offer of a free mar
riage license and wedding ceremony
for the first of April. A stingy old
widower of our acquaintance tried to
prevail on a handsome young widow
to go with him' before the judge at 7
a. m., but she turned him down cold.
A license was issued to Robert Wil
son Titus and Kathleen Anita McDan McDan-iel,
iel, McDan-iel, but they had not heard of the of offer
fer offer and bought the license from the
judge's deputy. The last licenses is
sued in March were to Louis Walker
and Lucile Brown, to Jim Spann and
Paris, April 1. In the hospitals of
France magnets have been developed
that will draw fragments of shrapnel
to the surface from a depth in the
flesh of even six inches, and steel-
jacketed bullets have been drawn out
from a depth of more than two in
At the Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo,
N. Y., are many as wonderful ma
chines, high frequency currents,
ray, violet rays. Then Dr. Pierce, has
equipped the sanitarium with every
known device to aid the sick and in
the surgical department every instru instrument
ment instrument and appliance approved by the
modern operator. The permanent
cure of runture is accomplished here
without pain with local anaesthesia.
Stone in the bladder and gravel are
removed in many cases without pain
and the patient can return home cured
in a few days.
Dr. R. V. Pierce, nearly half a cen century
tury century ago, devised and used two pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions which were almost unfail unfailing.
ing. unfailing. They were made without alcohol
or narcotics, extracted from roots and
herbs by using pure glycerine and the
ingredients are made public.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov Discovery
ery Discovery is a tonic and blood purifier that
cures pimples, blotches, sores, humors,
eruptions and diseases of the skin.
Nothing stands as high today in the
estimation of thousands of women as
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
this is a soothing nervine which cures
the functional derangements and pain painful
ful painful dirorders of women. For girls
about to enter womanhood women
about to become mothers and for the
changing days of middle age Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription should
always be on hand. In liquid or tab tablets.
lets. tablets. Write Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Ho
tel, Buffalo, N. Y., for free 13S-page
book on woman's diseases. Every i
woman should have one.
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser, cloth cloth-bound,
bound, cloth-bound, sent free to you on receipt of
3 dimes (or stamps) to pay expense
of mailing only. Adv. 2
Mrs. E.J. Crook who was operated
; ou-yesterday at the hospital is doing
Mr. Hatchett, cf the Perkins bar-
; bershop, was operated on yesterday
and is doing well today.
Mr. Coleman returned to his home'
at Coleman today.
All other patients are improving.
Beginning .Monday. April 5th, and
lasting throughout the week. Miss L.
Maybelle Cornell from the Aluminum
Cooking Utenil Co., will demonstrate
WEAR-EVER ALUMINUM WARE
and its uses, at our store.
Watch the papers for program
later. MARION HARDWARE CO.
31-3t-wky It Ocala, Fla.
RECEIVED THE MONEY
Washington, April 1 The pa-ment
by the Villa-Zapata government of
160,000 pesos, or $20,000, in gold at
e urevaiimar rate 01 exenanff m ;
Mexico City, to Mrs. Ruth McManus.
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widow of John T. MrMnnM thA a,
erican killed by Zapata troopers on
fwoccupation cf the citv, was re-
ister in the Mexican capital.
A CURE FOR SOUR STOMACH
Mrs. Wm. 21. Thompson, of Battle
Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been
troubled with indigestion, sour stom stomach
ach stomach and bad breath. After taking two
bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets I am
well. These tablets are splendid none
better." For sale by all dealers. Adv.
All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf.
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean. tf
Well everyone knows the effect of
pine forests on. coughs. Dr. Bells's
Pijie-Tar-Honey is a remedy which
Drings quicK renei ior wnooping ;
cough, loosens the mucous, soothes
the lining of the throat and lungs, and S
makes the coughing spells less severe. I
A family with growing children should
not be without, it. Keep it handy for
all coughs and colds. 25c. at your
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTEDShort order cook; must
be sober and industrious. Apply at
Busy Man's Lunch. 3-31-2t
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 coivage on
Tuscawilla street between primary
and high schools. Apply to Mrs.
R. D. Fuller. 6-tf
FOR RENT Well locaced and nicelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
FOR RENT Two story, ten room
house corner Watula and E. Adams
streets. Possession given at once.
Apply to W. E. Davis, at the Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe & Chambliss National Bank. 4-tf
FOR RENT My suburban home in
the southwestern part of town,
with two acres of ground; rates
reasonable to the right party. C.
P. Howell, Ocala, Fla. 2-5-tf
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
FOR RENT Two connecting rooms,
furnished; one, two or three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
at residence of Mrs. A. M. Perry,
Herbert street. 3-18-tf
FOR RENT Furnished room with all
conveniences 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
LOST Between Mrs. Pillans' and
Mrs. Sexton's residence a
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
FOUND On streets of Ocala, 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, Oklawaha, Fla. 30-3t-
WANTED A-l salesman. Apply to
M. D. Jackson, City. 3-31-3t
Chicago, April, l.-May
CRUISER TAKING ON COAL
Newport News, April 1. Under
supervision of the United States navy
the German merchant raider Prinz
Eitel Friedrich is filling her bunkers
with coal. Sixteen hundred tons were
delivered alongside en barges late
yesterday and the crew immediately
began coaling the vessel.
YOUR CHILD'S COUGH
IS A CALL FOR HELP
Don't put off treating your child's
cough. It not only saps their strength, j
but often lends to more serious ail- J
ments. Why risfll You don't have to.
Dr. King's New Discovery is just the j
remedy your child needs. It is made
w h .nthm Vo-iiirf or-i ov.;q.t-,;.-
-.v. I.VlllJIl ttiM UiiLl.TUklV
balsams. Will quickly check the cold j
and soothe your cmld s cough away
No "odds how bad the coucrh or how i
long standing, Dr. King's New Discov- j
ery will stop it. Its guaranteed. Just ;
get a bottle from your' druggist and
try it. Adv. I
Have your choice Pabst's creamy
"Wck" cr Pabst's Blue Riobonon
draft, at Johnny's. 6-tf
RHEUMATIC PAINS RELIEVED
Why suffer from rheumatism when j
relief may be had at so small a cost? f
Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., writes, j
"I have been subject to attacks of j
rheumatism for ycaps. Chamberlain's
Liniment always relieves me imme-
jdiately, and I take pleasure in recom-
mending it to others." 2o and 50 cent
bottles. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
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'Will ie!d biir crops of corn,
ucmuw raising Dtrmuaa, lwiiout
these crops available, cattle,
.Thousands of Acres of Cur Land at the North End of
Lake Okeechobee Are Now Ready for Cultivation :
These lands do not need draining other than small ditcher iseees-ary on any f-irr-i. Make a trip
to Okeechobee on tlie new division of the Florida Ea,t Coar,t Kail way without d'.-lay, nuji see for
yourself just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now nly a triiie over twelve hour
journey froirv Jacksonville.
Ygu will find it unexcelled for generrd fannin.'. lives(ok and fo;;!?ry
kinds of vegetables coinxnou to Florida a.s well as the line-t citrus fi'i
will grow, at mi amazi rate during !l:e next fey years. We a! b;.
lots at Chuluola and Kcr.ansvijicHh' fonner a line h.ke s iiou in
fruit growing, trucking and jrf:neri:i la
County especially adapted to
full particulars to
- J E WGRhUpM
Land and Industrial Department, Florid
Rccm ZCO.Cily Building
'WE TREAT YOUIt
For delivering work the same day
and immediate delivery requested. This feature cf OUR LAUNDRY
is quite. convenient fur traveling men and transient people generally.
We use the best of everything that
Ybur clothes will !a3t lonce
by the ai
in and inspect o
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velvet tnKiu-i. ra-;e,
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and other tnrssfs
sheep and ho
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This Wonderfui Country
a Choice of Locations for
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stock raising, general fanning and
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