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FRANCIS JOSEPH'S EMPIRE HAS- BEER BADLY MAULED AIID
Petrograd, April 2. While reports (
that Austria has made advances tc
Itussia through neutral channels foi-
peace are unconfirmed officially, the j
newspapers of Petrograd devote much j
space to the story. The report states
that Russia has replied that terms
must be made known to the British
and French governments before the
czar's government would consider
A battle is reported progressing at
Baligrod, northeast of Lupkow.
The Austrians advancing toward
Chotin have been routed and are flee fleeing
ing fleeing across the frontier into Buko Buko-wina.
wina. Buko-wina. Austrian troops in Bukowina
are being withdrawn and sent to the
FOREIGN MINISTER. OF BRITAIN
London, April 2. The departure of
foreign minister Sir Edward Grey
, caused intense surprise today. Tho'
his absence is designated as a "vaca "vacation'
tion' "vacation' it is reported he is going to
Paris to, confer with the the French
Foreign Minister Delcasse and the
Russian ambassador over important
and unexpected developments just
arisen. Among these is mentioned the
Petrograd report that Austria is on
the point of suing for peace. An Another
other Another report is circulating that near
eastern affairs and the future status
of Constantinople will be discussed.
AUSTRIA WILL STAND BY HER
Washington, April 2. "Austria
and Germany will fight together until
they make peace together," declared
the Austrian embassy today, answer answering
ing answering the reports that Austria is pre preparing
paring preparing to negotiate a peace with Rus Russia.
sia. Russia. '".
AN AWFUL LOT OF
NUTS IN AMERICA
Washington, April 2. American
foreign trade in fruits and nuts dou doubled
bled doubled the last two years, stated a re report
port report of the department of commerce
today. The imports almost doubled
the exports in these commodities.
BAD FRIDAY FOR BEAUCHAMP
Knoxville, April. 2. H. C. Beau Beau-champ,
champ, Beau-champ, aged fifty, committed suicide
by hanging himself in his apartment
today. He was a well known newspa newspaper
per newspaper man, a Cornell graduate and pub publicity
licity publicity man of the National Conserva Conservation
tion Conservation Exposition Financial difficulties
are said to be the cause of his act.
NOTHING SO GOOD
FOR A COUGH OR COLD
When you have a cold you want the
best medicine obtainable so as to get
rid of it with the least possible delay.
There are many who consider Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed.
;Mrs. J. Boron, Elida, Ohio, says,
"Ever since my daughter Ruth was
cured of a severe cold and cough by
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy .two
years ago, I have felt kindly disposed
toward the manufacturers of that
preparation. I know of nothing so
quick to relieve a cough or cure a
cold." For sale by all dealers. Adv.
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PETROGflAD TO BE IHTEHTIOH OF AUSTRIA
GERMANY DENIES THAT HER
SAILORS JEERED AT DROWN DROWNING
ING DROWNING PEOPLE
London, April 2. A Berlin wireless
dispatch describes as "slanders" Eng- j
lish reports that the German subma-i
rir.es gave the steamer Falaba's pass passengers
engers passengers no time to save themselves, and
that the German crew laughed at the
struggles of the drowning people.
The dispatch says:
"German sailors always have shown ;
humanity when sinking steamers, but
in this instance the submarine was
forced to withdraw quickly on the ap approach
proach approach of other vessels. It therefore
was unable to assist in the. work of
rescue, as the malicious and hostile
attitude of English merchantmen to toward
ward toward our boats is well known and
forces us to be prudent."
ALLIES AVIATORS ACTIVE
Berlin, April 2. Allied airships
have bombarded Mulheim and Neuen Neuen-burg,
burg, Neuen-burg, damaging jroany buildings.
GERMANS HOLD THEIR OWN
Berlin, April 2. Though heavy
fighting in the Lapretre forests has
now, progressed four days, the con conflict
flict conflict is yet undecided;- West 'of the
forest, French attacks have .been s re repulsed.
pulsed. repulsed. The French are trying: to
force an approach toward Metz. Ar Artillery
tillery Artillery fighting is going on between
the Meuse and Moselle rivers.
The situation in the east is un unchanged.
STEAMER SLIPPED OUT TO SEA
German Liner Macedonia Escaped
from Canary Islands Port
- Madrid, April 2. Telegrams re received
ceived received here from Las Palmas, Canary
Islands, say the Hamburg-American
steamer Macedonia has escaped and,
evading British cruisers, has sailed
for South American waters. The
Macedonia is laden with supplies be believed
lieved believed to be intended for German' war warships.
ships. warships. BABY PRICE
Sunday afternoon, March 28th, the
death angel visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W.VL. Price, taking away
their darling baby girl, Violet Juan Juan-ita,
ita, Juan-ita, aged one year and four months.
Everything was done that anxious
parents could do, but to no avail. God
saw fit to pluck the flower and
transplant it in heaven.
The funeral services were "conduct "conducted
ed "conducted by Capt. IL W. Henry, whose dis discourse
course discourse was fraught with sympathy
and condolence for the grief -stricken
Her death has left a vacancy m the
hearts and home of the parents that
can never be hlled.'
Oh, blessed sleep; soothed to rest
on the bosom of him who said "Suffer
the little children to come unto me,
for of such is the kingdom of heaven."
Dear parents, look up; your darling is
not dead, but only gone a little while
before and is now happy in heaven.
jYlay she beckon us and may we sweet
ly follow. She was a precious rose
bud and her sweet life had so en
twined its cords around the hearts of
those who knew her that they were
hard to be brokeru- Though only a
little child she left many sad hearts
to mourn her absence. Se was too
precious to live here so the Lord took
her to his mansion in heaven. So,
weep not, sorrowing ones, as those
who have no hope for you can go to
. She leaves a father, mother, two
sisters and five brothers to mourn
her death. May the God of all com comfort
fort comfort and console them in their sore
trial. One Who Loved Her.
Oklawaha, March 29.
Fish globesThe 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- tot
Chamberlain's Tablets. After taking
two bottles of them I was cured." For
sale by all dealers. Adv.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL
PROBABLY VAtlTS TO QUIT
AUSTRIAN STEAMER SUNK BY
Nish, April 2. Servian artillery
sunk an Austrian steamer carrying
munitions between. Semlin and Panc Panc-sova
sova Panc-sova Wednesday night.
An Austrian aeroplane dropped
bombs over Kladova, killing three
soldiers and wounding others. The
SUBS CRUISE AS
FAR AS SPAK
Distance is No Guard Against Under Undersea,
sea, Undersea, Boats of Deutschland
London, April 2. A German sub submarine
marine submarine torpedoed a Norwegian bark
in the North Sea. The crew was sav saved.
ed. saved. The British steamer South Point
was reported lost in yesterday's
storm, -but it is now known that she
was torpedoed by a German sub submarine
marine submarine off the Spanish coast. The
crew of the' South Point landed at
GETTING SMALL GAME J
-New Castle, April 2. TJiree 'Brit 'British
ish 'British trawlers were sung- by German
submarines in the' North! Sea: Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. -'Several members of the crews
are missing; :, -" 4 ':;
FRENCH AND BELGIANS STEAD STEADILY
ILY STEADILY FIGHTING
5 Paris, April 2. Belgian and French
airmen made tne second attack on tne
German aviation station at Handza Handza-eme,
eme, Handza-eme, in Flanders, Thursday.
The French destroyed several Ger German
man German trenches south of Peronne.
The Germans have been checked in
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, April 1. Mr. J.
J. Sedden returned to his home in
Hammond, Ind., last Tuesday.
Mr. Addison and wife arrived at
Bonnie View last week for an extend
Milton Albertson and Misses Wood
bury, Elizabeth Chase and Minnie Al
bertson are making a trip to the east
coast. They went in Mr. Albert
There has been another launch add
ed to the Lake Weir Club, the Eliza
beth, which is owned by Mr. Eddison.
Mrs. Jennie Fackender and son who
have been at the home of Mr. William
Carey fo rthe winter, have returned
Mr. Albert Vause from Jacksonville
was here one day last week calling on
Mrs. G. S. Gates returned home
last Wednesday.- She brought her
grandson Karl, with her.
Smoke Cuban Club. 5c Cigar.
SEE THIS FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
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All KffillSE REVIVAL OF BUSINESS
Chicago, April 2. Industrial plants
in this territory are opening up, re
employing hundreds of men
., Six new o p e n h e a jyy Turn a c e s at
Gary started today, a -thousand men
resuming work. The steel mills at
Joilet are adding to their forces.
The Pullman car works is putting, on
more men. The International Har Harvester
vester Harvester Company has nearly doubled
its forces. Two hundred men have
resumed their old positions in the
Aetna powder plant. The field mus museum
eum museum in Grant Park has started build building,
ing, building, employing three thousand men.
Oil THE WAV HOI
RUNAWAY JUNE PICTURE COM COMPANY
PANY COMPANY HAS SAILED FROM
Bermuda, W. I.; April 2. "Run "Runaway
away "Runaway June" has run away home and
all the young subalterns of the Brit--ish
garrison here as well as the "win "winter
ter "winter boys" at the hotels are in mourn mourning.
ing. mourning. During the five weeks of their
stay on these beautiful islands they
were the life of the place. They or
ganized all sorts of athletic contests
and unique entertainments and not
the least interesting things they did
were contained in the five episodes of
the big George Randolph Chester
photoplay serial which; were produced
here. These included all sorts of
When the steamer Bermudian pull
ed out of her pier it was aglow with
the red dress coats of the officers and
as the merry Juners waved their
farewells a great cheer went up from
the military men and the guests of
the hotels. The actors are thoroughly
tanned from, their constant exposure
to our tropical,, sun. The last notable
social event was, the entertainment of
the ."Runaway Juners" by Capt.
Graftt:Suttie of "The Queen's Own"
in his sumptuous residence. It was a
brilliant affair a dinner of forty forty-seven
seven forty-seven covers, supplemented by. a
The final or fifteenth episode in two
reels will be produced immediately
upon their arrival in New York on
Monday. It will contain the solution
of the many baffling mysteries in this
interesting: comedy-drama of the
screen. There you will learn why
June, the runaway bride was so re
lentlessly pursued by Gilbert Blye,
"the man with the black Van Dyke,""
why she and the other members of
Blye's party did so many- amazing
things and why poor Ned 'Warner, the
deserted husband was kept in the dark
as to the motives of all concerned. It
will be a surprise, indeed.
Mrs. A. Adams of Belleview was
laid away for her last long rest in
evergreen cemetery in Ocala March
31st. Several of her friends accom accompanied
panied accompanied her remains here. Mr. A.
Adams is a brother of Mrs. W. H. Mc Mc-Conn
Conn Mc-Conn of this city. She leaves, besides
her husband, two sons, Horace and
Willie, and a daughter, Miss Anice.
The bereaved family has the sympa sympathy
thy sympathy of all who know them.
The most satisfying box of candy,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Stores only. 22-tf.
Just say "bockM at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean. tf
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FORi YOUR INSPECTION.
eOME in and see our striking line of snappy, up-to-date Spring and Sum-
Uier 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 Mills' method of Hoing business. Its
the ethod that guarantees the utmost clothes value for your money.
- 2, 1915
EITEL FRIEDERICH PROBLE3I A
MENACE TO AMERICA
Newport News, April 2. With her
bunkers full of coal, the; German
cruiser Prinz Eitel Friederich began
provisioning today. Her officers are
silent as to their plans. The ship is
closely guarded to prevent the threat threatened
ened threatened blowing up of the vessel.
UNITED STATES PROPOSES TO
MAKE MEXICO CITY
Washington, April 2. With the
hope of securing permanent protec
tion for the 25,000 foreigners in Mex Mexico
ico Mexico City, the United States govern government
ment government has proposed to the Villa Villa-Zapata
Zapata Villa-Zapata forces and to Gen. Carranza
that the Mexican capital be declared
neutral and outside the field of op operations
erations operations hereafter in Mexico's civil
The Villa-Zapata forces have agreed
to the proposal and are willing to
evacuate the. city as soon as a similar
agreement is obtained with the Car Carranza,
ranza, Carranza, authorities. Carranza hasn't
been heard from. N X"
. Orange Springs, March 31. Mr.
Duncum returned to his home in
Knoxville, Tenn., Saturday. He will
be greatly missed in Sunday school,
as well as by his many friends.
Mr. Schwartzbeck is pleasantly dom.
iciled in his little cottage about two
miles from town.
School closed last week. This was
Mrs. Wimberly's fifth term at this
The boys of the third and fourth
grade played a game of ball in the
afternoon, after a picnic dinner par partaken
taken partaken of under the beautiful mossy
oaks near the little pond beside the
The pupils of this school did fine
work this term, quite a number com com-pleteing
pleteing com-pleteing two grades during the ses session.
sion. session. Well they might as we have
as fine and comfortable -house as 'is
to be found in any country place.
At the closing exercises of the
school two of the 10th grade pupils
read papers written by them. Miss
Gladys Han s paper was the History
of Orange Springs, which was very
interesting, and Clarence Benson
wrote the supposed future of Orange
Springs, which we hope may some day
be Tealized. Little Miss Eunice Motes
won the prize for attendance, deport
ment and scholarship.
Mr, A. J. Apel came home Monday
from St. Petersburg to spend a few
days with his family.
The Ma'ssey store house is being
torn down and rebuilt. Mr. J. R.
Wimberly and brother A. L will put
in goods for a general merchandise
business and move the postoffice in it
as soon as the building is complet completed.
ed. completed. Messrs. Gregory and Rone came up
from St. Petersburg with Mr. Apel
and were his guests here until Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning when they returned to
the Sunshine City. Mr. Rone is a
nephew of Judge Rone of Atlanta.
They were both much impressed with
our little town.
mum U0BLEH PILILO
RUSSIA COflFIDEfiT OF VICTORY AIID ViLL GIVE HER OLD
Elm 110 REST
Rome, April 2. "It is impossible!
for Turkey to make peace now. The
end of the unspeakable" Turk in Eu Europe
rope Europe is at hand. Russia is now about
to release the old program," declared
the Russian ambassador today, when
questioned about the report that Tur Turkey
key Turkey is trying to open peace negotia negotiations.
tions. negotiations. The Russians are confident of
ultimate complete victory.
Under Auspices of the Kendrick W.
C. T. U. at Fessenden Academy,
Mrs. Charles Shaw presiding.
Marching in of contestants.
Piano duet, Silver Star, Misses
Scripture reading by. Mrs. Webb of
Invocation bv Rev. "Roy B. Bowers.
pastor Christian church. Ocala.
Remarks on W. C. T. U. contest
work by Mrs G. D. Washburn. Ocala.
Semi-chorus, Old Mother Hubbard.
"Frances Willard" Lottie Louise
"American Altruism and the Am American
erican American Saloon" Thomas p. Ward
Piano solo, Fifth Nocturne Miss
"The Two Glasses" Wyona Ward,
"A Prohibition Nation in 1920. and
Why" Gaston Cook, Gainesville.
Vocal solo, A Red Rose Miss Wi
"A Life Tragedy" Ophelia Viola
"Patriotism and Prohibition" Jas.
Linwood Bass, Weirsdale,
Piano duet. The Warblers Misses
Pinckney and Falana.,
"There is No Cure-But Prohibition"
Bettie Nelson, Martin.
The Liquor Traffic' Should be Out Outlawed"
lawed" Outlawed" Gilbert Maxwell, Floral
Decision of judges.
Awarding of medal by Rev. Roy B
Benediction by Rev. E. Brown.
The medal was awarded to Gaston
The judges were Mrs. C. H. Shaw
nf Ziihr. Mrs. Georcre Channell of
Kendrick, Miss Emma Washburn of
Thi? medal contest is sure to be
far-reaching in its influence, and al al-wavs
wavs al-wavs for cood and for education along
the lines where it is so sorely needed.
Several friends or education at attended
tended attended frftm Ocala and Kendrick and
nil felt renaid bv the masterful way
in which the selections were delivered.
Wo wish to mention especially the
untiring care and oversight of Prof.
Jos. L. Wiley, without whose coopera
tion this could not have been carried
out. He is always glad to welcome
anything that will work for the bet betterment
terment betterment of his students. Miss Child
ress deserves special mention for her
patient work in drilling the contest contestants
ants contestants in elocution. This will be re repeated
peated repeated soon in Ocala and we hope
that several of their white friends
will go to hear how well the colored
girls and young men can do.
W. C. -T. U. Reporter.
The second medal contest by the
students of- Fessenden Academy will
be held at Mt. Tabor church, Ken Kendrick,
drick, Kendrick, Sunday night, April 4th. The
exercises will begin promptly at 7:30.
Come early and secure good seats.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe, tf
First of the season Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
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HAVANA CROWD NOT BETTING
HEAVILY ON THE WHITE
Havana, April 2. Seventy-two
hours before the championship light
takes place, both Willard and John Johnson
son Johnson are confident of victory. Both
seem in splendid condition. The bet betting
ting betting is at a standstill, the Johnson
crowd offering three to two, with the
Willard followers asking for larger
odds. The sale of tickets has slack slackened
ened slackened somewhat. Johnson Will receive
his share" of the purse, S30,000, three
hours before the fight.
Electra, March 31. Mr. and Mrs.
Hightower and Mrs. Sylvester, of
Heather Island and Mr. McCIain, of
Candler, motored through this place
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Sellers spent
Surjday with Mrs. J. P. llalford.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brant and their
little daughter, Esther, went to Altoo Altoo-na
na Altoo-na on a business trip and were guests
of Rev. J. R. Gorbitt while there.
The Electra school eio.-ed March
20th. After a successful term of
school taught,. by Miss Mary McKim.
" The'Vtwo. Miss Mocks spent Friday
afternoon with Mb s llalford.
Mr's.'i Martha Gripers and childsn
spent Saturday with Mrs. Marsh.
Mrs. G. A. Sellers spent Sunday
with Mrs. Ella Sellers.
Mrs. Barber and Mr. Alva Barber
spent Saturday at the heme of Mrs.
L. D. Marsh.
Mr. L. D. Marsh made a trip to
Palatka with his boat last week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Stopp left
Monday for their home in the north
after spending the winter here.
Mr. J. H. llalford and' Miss Mae
Halford spent Sunday ;;fternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Stebbleton.
Complete line of Paas' Easter eg
dyes every imaginable color, at The
An excellent candy offering at )t
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask
for Triola Sweets.
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BOARD OF TRADE
would be the wisest thing for Austria ;
to do, but it would hardly be honora-;
ble. Austria could probably maker
peace by giving Galicia up to Russia,
but this would insure the crushing of;
(imany in a few months by the al- j Special fleeting of this Important
lies. Its possible, of course, that Rus- f Commercial Body will be Held
sia and Austria may pair off together, : This Evening
but the Russian government is not j
likely to make any peace that will not j A special meeting of the Board of
give it another port on the Baltic j Trade will be held this evening
and a big slice of Turkey.
OVERLOOKED TWO POINTS
The St. Petersburg Independent
says a state reform school for girls
is needed. Well, we don't know. Its
bad enough to have boys roasted
t- i n i .1 iU wm V1-?
by the French police on charge of
trying to blow up the steamer La La-touraine,
touraine, La-touraine, may be an American citizen,
but his name sounds like it was im imported
ported imported from India.
Havana can stand the Johnson Johnson-Willard
Willard Johnson-Willard fight, but even Havana would
not allow it on Easter Sunday. Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Journal.
Shucks, man! You are away off.
The good church members wanted to
see the Easter parade and the scrap,
the air on Great Britain in t this
month. He believer that Germany has
a big fleet of zeppelins ready, and
points out the futility of any defense
against them by high, angle gunsf
McMechen's company is building a
fleet of swift dirigibles for the Brit British
ish British government. These dirigibles are
swifter than zeppelins and more sta stable
ble stable than aeroplanes. Each will carry
four men and a rapid fire gun.
The map makers have decided that
one result of the war will be an auton autonomous
omous autonomous Armenia, cut out of Asiatic
Turkey from the Caucasus to the
Mediterranean. This would make a
state as big as Texas, mostly populat populated
ed populated by Christians. It would be under
T.wer the excellent ports of Mersina
Judge Alton B. Parker, who once
tried to run for president between the
attempts of W. J. Bryan, is a visitor
in Miami, having come to Florida to
see the Everglades. -Daytona Jour
The Star was trying to say some something
thing something of Judge Parker's visit, but the
Journal has said it neatly for us.
The Ocala Star is afraid a foreign
foe would not attack our fortified
harbors, but would land a few miles
away and march on our cities. The
Star forgets that we would have
weeks in which to prepare for any in
vasion a European nation could pro- were not paid from electric
Ordinarily I believe a city should
own its public utilities, but when
owned by the city the people should
be taken into co-partnership, and the
water and lights sold to consumers
the tax payers at as near cost as
possible, considering depreciation and
overhead expenses, but I am informed
that the light plant of Ocala has
made big money for the city and that
big money coming as a direct tax on
every consumer of lights as a profit
above expenses, is being used to meet
the needs of the city in lieu of the
$19,000 uncollected taxef of 1914. The
greatest good to the greatest number
is my motto. If the light plant of
Ocala will not furnish me electricity
for less than 8 cents per K. W. H.,
then I want the Florida Power Com Company,
pany, Company, or any other corporation or per person
son person to furnish it to me for less.
The Star is afraid that its states statesmanlike
manlike statesmanlike old friend has overlooked two
important points in this matter. One
is that the money made from the elec electric
tric electric plant goes to pay city expenses
that have to be paid anyhow. If they
Matters of importance are to be con considered
sidered considered and all members are urged to
THE COUNTY CLERK
ject. Daytona Journal.
Weeks do not amount to much these
days, when it takes months to train a
soldier and years to build a battle battleship.
ship. battleship. The warning we would receive
would not help us much in making
defense. It might enable people on
the seacoast to get out of the way,
leaving their property behind.
Russian peasants are dying on the
battlefield by the thousand, but when
the war is over the survivors will be
further from the grade of "dumb,
driven cattle" and nearer the standing
of citizens of the world.
It is reported, from Washington
that our government will investigate
the death of an American citizen, re reported
ported reported to have been on the British
passenger liner, Falaba, sunk in the
"Rristftl nhnrmpl bv a fiprnifln sub
marine Sunday. The investigation
will probably end by our aggressive
state department saying that an Am
erican citizen has no business to
' travel on a British liner these days.
The frost of April 1 barely missed
this section, but it hit everything
above the Florida line. The truck in
Southern Georgia, which either escap
ed the frost of the week before, ; or
had come up since, was mercilessly
Thomas R. McMechen, president of
the American Aeronautical Society,
believed that the Germans are pre
paring for a tremendous raid thru
Perhaps matters are improving in
Mexico. The Villa-Zapata crowd has
paid Mrs. McManus $20,000 for the
death of her husband. There are a
number of other American widows on
the string, "beside several women who
have lost what money can't pay for.
Perhaps they will be considered after
awhile. The judicious expenditure of
a few thousand dollars worth of gun
powder at the right time would have
saved American lives, money and,
least of all, self-respect.
The German submarine campaign
has already caused Britain much
trouble, but the Germans seek to cheer
the British up with the statement
that they haven't yet begun to fight.
A dispatch from Berlin says that
the storks have arrived from the
south this spring earlier than usual
That is nothing to wonder at. A
profits, they would have to be paid by
direct taxation. Some people may
say, that is as broad as it is long. Col.
Rogers would find it was broader
than long, for the bulk of direct tax
ation must be paid by property own owners,
ers, owners, one of whom he is. Moreover,
Col. Rogers and other property own
ers can cut down on their electric
bills by using less light or power. But
they couldn't cut down on their direct
taxes after they were once levied.
There is one thing that property own
ers do not seem to consider in connec connection
tion connection with the electric current. That
is that it causes a good many people
who do not pay taxes to help pay
city expenses. There are quite a
number of people in Ocala who do
not pay a cent to the city tax collec
tor, although they have as much ben benefit
efit benefit as any one from the street pav paving,
ing, paving, lights and police protection. The
only way to cause them to help bear
the city expense is to make them pay
for license to do business, f or water
and for electric current. Cutting
down rate of current and putting an another
other another mill or two on the tax rate
would help every one of. these people,
and it would add to the load that
every real estate owner has to carry.
The other point that Col. Rogers
overlooks is that the Florida Power
Company has not proposed to sell
current to the individual citizens. It
offers it to the city government,
which will in turn give it to the peo
ple at whatever rate it sees proper.
The question of taking money from
the earnings of the electric business
great many young Germans were to pay other expenses, and raising or
married just before they were rushed lowering the taxes, will remain the
off to the war eight months ago. same. We have no idea that the
Florida Power Company, or any other
Another-report comes today that company .would offer the city of
Austria is trying to make a separate Qcala current for such a low rate, if
peace. The Star doubts its truth. It the city of Ocala did not already
possess its own plant. Once that
plant is out-of the way, or tied up,
TTeMs time Story
The highest compliment you can pay a housewife is to eat hearti heartily
ly heartily of the food that she places before you. It proves the merit of.
Thousands every morning receive, complete satisfaction, and en enjoy
joy enjoy to the last flake their bowl of
These daily compliments encourage the continued bettering of
these Superior Corn .Flakes. The result was an improved Post
Toasties :risper and better than ever.
Only the inner sweet meats of choicest Indian Corn are used in
making Post Toasties. These meaty bits of nourishment are cooked,
rolled wafer thin, seasoned just right" and toasted to an appetiz appetizing
ing appetizing golden-brown.
The flakes come to you in dust proof, germ-proof wax wrappers
ready to serve direct from the package crisp, fresh and delicious as
when they leave the big ovens.
the Superior Corn Flakes
Sold by Grocers Everywhere
there is no telling what the people
might have to pay for current, and
also have to pay in direct tax'ation.
Let the people of Ocala hold on to
their own property, and try to im
Drove it and use it for their own
Editor Star: After having served
years ago as county commissioner
myself, and having later filled the
sheriff's office and now being clerk, I
am bound to know that the worst pos possible
sible possible way to get votes is by newspaper
articles, and, even if I did not know
this I certainly do know that any
sort of political writing so far ahead j
of an election could not possibly ben- j
efit me. It ought to be plain, there- J
fore, that Mr. Gamsby is simply mis-'
taken in the idea that my statement
as to county finances has anything to
do with politics. I want to say here
openly and publicly what I have re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly stated in private, that in my
opinion Mr. C. Carmichael made this
county a good commissioner and a
good chairman of the board and that
all feijgembers of the old board
really wisnia to do all they could for
the best interests of the county. They
are all friends of mine whom I per personally
sonally personally esteem. The gist of the state statement
ment statement that I made seems to have es
caped Mr. Gamsby. I stated plainly
that the commissioners were besieged
by demands for money, etc. The fact
is that under this pressure they have
spent too much money, and have spent
Mr. Gamsby is mistaken when he
assumes that I am in accord with him
in his estimate of county commission
ers. I simply want them to follow,
the plain law and to be more rigid in
withstanding the endless inroads on
this county's money. When the board
of commissioners possibly. decided that
Mr. Gamsby himself was more of a
railroad builder than a practical road
man they did what they thought was
for the best interest of the county and
got another man, and in other matters
they certainly and surely are trying
to do the best they can for the county.
I. of course, have no objection to Mr.
Gamsby being amused by my state
ment of facts. The comptroller's
statement showing that the whole
state is nearly as deeply in debt may
possibly amuse Mr. Gamsby also. But
here are plenty of quiet and thought
ful men to whom the situation is not
funny at all. I have given an exact
statement of the receipts and expen
ditures in the road fund for the last
six months of 1914, and that state
ment is true. I believe that it is as
dependable as any statement made by
anv of the books of any bank in ucaia.
I said I "say again that during the
last six months of 1914 the road fund
expended for every dollar that it got
from taxes about two dollars. 1 stated
that donations to the hospital were il-
legal, donations to tne iair niegai, do donations
nations donations to advertise the county illegal.
I state that the board of commission commissioners
ers commissioners is not only not allowed to change
any assessment in the hands of the
collector, but absolutely forbidden to
do that very thing. I will go further
and say that the new board had start started
ed started to do that very thing and I cite,
anions: other things, their action at
their last meeting when in the teeth
of the law thev reduced the assess
ment of the' Citizens Investment Com
pany from $6000 to nothing, and I
want to add with emphasis that each
and every man on the board believed
this was simple justice. But it was il illegal.
legal. illegal. And I say this as a stockholder
in the Citizens Investment Company.
Mr. Gamsby tells us that the debt
of the road fund was reduced about
$7000 in 1914. For his information I
will say that a hasty examination of
the books show that, in addition to
spending every dollar of the road
taxes on the roads, this county used i
to pay road warrants the following j
sums from the special indebtedness)
January 6, 1914, S7CS.13; February,!
1914, $1116.28; May 5th, 1914,
$8711.94; June 3rd, 1914, $5203.45;!
Aug. 4th, 1914, $1985.42; December,!
1914, $143.36; from the fine and for-!
feiture fund, $1100, making a total j
of $19,028.58, used from two other
funds to obtain a reduction of $7000.
in the road fund as Mr. Gams-
by. claims. Where would this
fund have been if it had had no
help from the other two funds? I
have no objection to Mr. Gamsby be being
ing being amused at my plain statement of
facts, nor any objection to his tears
if he sees fit to weep, but no man's
opinion can alter facts or change the
law and it matters not how honest
any commissioner may be the people
of this county have not elected him to
substitute his judgment for law, and
outside of law there is no safety for
any of us. Respectfully,
P. H. Nugent.
Program to be Rendered at the Ocala
High School Saturday Morning
Piano solo by Miss Peyser.
Invocation by Rev. J. M. Gross.
Vocal. solo by Miss Musie Bullock.
"Methods in Geography" Mrs. i
"Methods in Reading" Miss Mabel
"Methods in Language" Miss Rob Robinson.
inson. Robinson. Discussions.
As many of the county schools will
have closed by the date of this pro program
gram program and the program committee was
doubtful as to who would attend, it
was thought best to place' only Ocala
teachers on the program, but it is
urged that all who attend come pre prepared
pared prepared to take part in the discussions
of these practical subjects.
The commander of the Eitel Fried-
erich should be compelled to say
whether his ship will sail or intern,
and keep his word. He is following a
course that is a strain on American
hospitality and liable to cause grave
trouble for our government, which is
pursuing its usual mollycoddle foreign
policy in regard to him.
The Russians defeated the Turks in
a sanguinary battle in northwestern
Persia one day last week. The Turks
lost 12,000 men, which will go a long
way toward making up for the non non-combatants
combatants non-combatants that they have massacred
in that region lately.
Blitchton, April 1. Don't forget
rally day here Sunday, April 4th, at
Mr. B. D. Law and Prof. Irvin of
Lake City, Messrs. R. L. Turner and
George W. Scofield of Inverness and
Rev. Bunyan Stephens of Ocala, will
talk during the day, Sunday. Be sure
and bring well filled baskets and
stay all day.
Messrs. Joseph Akin and O. S.
Sanders spent Saturday at Evinston.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coulter and
Mrs. Sallie Williamson motored to
Dr. Blitch, Messrs. B. R. and J. M.
Blitch left Sunday for Largo to at attend
tend attend their brother, Mr. G. J. Blitch,
who was very ill. Mr. Blitch died
Wednesday morning and will be
buried at Largo Thursday.
Messrs. Jessie Lanier and Boyd
Akin of Ocala were Sunday visitors.
Mr. S. J. McCully of Berlin was a
We received a much needed shower
Miss Mabel Hendrix and Mr. L.
Hendrix of Morriston were.. Sunday
Messrs. J. J. and M. K. Godwin
spent Thursday in Ocala.
Mr. Goree Blitch visited Morriston
Mr. Lloyd Peterson of Morriston
was a Sunday caller.
Mrs. W. P. Hammons and Miss
Rowena Hammons spent Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Blitch spent
Sunday at Pleasant Hill.
The Little Trained Nurse says: Get
your Easter egg dyes at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, 5 cents per
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
CMade in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
Short Talks Helps the Star in Boost-
' ing Our City
"The Ocala Iron Works keeps quite
busy in- spite of the war,!' says the
Star, most cheerfully. "A Star re reporter
porter reporter took a look, at the new plant
Friday afternoon and found a bunch
of muscular and intelligent young me mechanics
chanics mechanics making stubborn steel into
useful shapes." The Star tells of
some of the work m progress at the
industrial plant and it would seem
that things are going ahead in a live lively
ly lively way. Ocala is among several of
Florida's thriving cities which believe
in making things at home. Small in industries
dustries industries not only help along in the
way of doing the work at home but
help out with good payrolls and serve
to advertise the place. Times-Union
Short Talks, March 31.
The Ocala Star Tuesday grave a
splendid description of the power
plant on the Withlacoochee river and
then made it more effective by pro producing
ducing producing two large pictures, showing
the powerhouse of the rlorida .Power
Company. The views, taken from
different points, give a fine idea of the
extent and important of this plant.
The concern is engaged in a mag magnificent
nificent magnificent work for the advance of the
section and the Star shows enterprise
in giving publicity to the undertak undertaking.
ing. undertaking. Times-Union Short Talks, April
The drugs used in our prescription
department are the best to be had,
and ACCURACY is our watchword.
The Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
E. C Jordan & Co.
219 WEST BROADWAY
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Advise filoifter's Friend
Becau.e? it is so perfectly .safe to uv
and has been of such gic-at help to a
hot of expectant
molr.rs, these wo wo-rr,;..
rr,;.. wo-rr,;.. experienced In
th." rrot happy
pei jo 1, .o-lvLse the
to the abdominal
muscles its purpose
is to relieve the
undue tension upon
the cords and ligaments resulting from
muscular expansion. Beneath the sur surface
face surface i3 a network of fine nerve threads
nd the gentle, soothing embrocation.
"Mother's Friend," 1st designed to sc
lubricate the muscular fibres as to avoid
the unnecessary and continuous nagging
npn this myriad of nerves. Applied to
the breasts it affords tLe proper massage
to prevent caking.
There is scarcely a well-stocked drug
store anywhere but what you can easily
obtain a bottle of "Mother's Friend" and
in nearly every town and village Is a
grandma who herself used it In earlier
years. Expectant mothers are urcd to
try this splendid assistant.
Mother's Friend has been prepared
by Bradfield Regulator Co., 31 0 Lamar
Bldg.. Atlanta. Ga.. lor near..- half a
century. Send fcr valuable little book t
Notice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala, of Marion
county, Florida, will apply to the leg
islature of the state of Florida, at the
next session thereof, for special or
local legislation for the following
To give the circuit court of the fifth
judicial circuit of the state of Florida,
sitting in chancery, jurisdiction upon
any bill brought by the city of Ocala,
to recover for any sidewalk or street
paving done by the said city within
the corporate limits thereof in cases
where the assessments made therefor
against any real estate is void by rea reason
son reason of any irregularity in the making
thereof; further, to give the said
court the power and jurisdiction to de determine
termine determine the amount due said city aft after
er after taking into consideration the costs
of such improvement and the en enhancement
hancement enhancement of the property by such
improvement and having so determin determined
ed determined such amount to make and enter
a decree in favor of said city for such
amount, which decree shall be a lien
superior to all other hens on such
property, whether accruing before or
after the entry thereof, and whether
said property may have changed own ownership
ership ownership since the time of the making
of such improvement or not. Further,
that the said court shall have such
power and jurisdiction, and this act
shall apply to all such assessments
whether heretofore or hereafter
made by said city, and whether orig original
inal original assessments made have been de declared
clared declared to be void by a court or not;
further, that said city shall be requir required
ed required to join as defendants only the
owners of such property at the time
of the filing of such bill. 2-5-fri-2m
City Council of the City of Ocala.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LOUIS R. CIIAZAJL & SONS 0.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
P. O. Bex 473
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lef us stppfy Me Btdersffartftuoj3
WHEN YOU FIGURE ON BUILDING, COME IN AND
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU ON YOUR BUILBERS'
BUT BEFORE YOU COME IN KNOW THAT YOU
WILL FIND OUR -BUILDERS' HARDWARE TO LZ
CORRECT IN STYLE AND HIGH IN QUALITY. WE
ALSO MAKE THE PRICE RIGHT.
WHENEVER YOU NEED ANY KIND OF HARD HARDWARE,
WARE, HARDWARE, IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY FROM US.
MARION HARDWARE CriirJ
PHONE 1 18, - OCALA, FLA.
W. ,J J Li
We wish to announce .to the public of Cen Central
tral Central Florida that our large and up-to-date Bottling
Plant is now open, ready for inspection and visi visitors
tors visitors are welcome.
We are Bottling, for the trade only, our fa famous
mous famous Georgia drink,
the drink that is famous for its purity, that satis satisfies
fies satisfies the thirsty, refreshes the weary; pleases the
most fastidious taste. Every dealer in reach of
Ocala should have our CHERO-COL A on sale.
We are also bottling a full line of carbonated
Our plant is two blocks south of the square, on
CHERQ-COLA BOTTLING COTilPAflY
Phone 521 -:- Ocala, Fi
UU Rev. Abbott Charles, Pres.
I lev. Father. Benedict, i;ir-e:t:r.
Five Miles West of Dade City and One Mile East of Saa Antonio
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 1, 1C-',S
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL CO
S225 FOR. TEN SCHOOL MONTHS.
U. S. POST OFFICE, TFLE(UAPII, TFLEPHOXF, EXPKE:! S slc-2
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
IT a I I tcdm odcmc uicnucen a v c cdt 1 a 1 0
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SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
in and for Marion County In
Polly Washington Complainant, vs.
Solomon Washington, also called
Sol Washington, Defendant Or Order
der Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Solomon Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, also called Sol Washington, be
and he is hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed in this cause
on or before
Monday, the 12th day of April, 1915
It is further ordered that a copy of
this ordes be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state.
This oth day of March, 1915.
(Seal) P. If. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
BULLOCK & MERSHON,
Complainant's Solicitors. 2-5-fri
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f I t i 1 i v t
I 'Its f i 1
Restaurant with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the Iloui
ELECT IIIC ELEVATOIl SEKVICE PHONES IS ALL KttOM
. imm Mo um&9
The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND BATII FOIl A DOLLAR AND A HALF
CARPENTER AND BLTLDER
Careful Estimates Made on all Con- j
ract Work. Givs More-and Better j
Work for the Money thin Any Other j
Contractor in the Cj.ty. j
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OCA LA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1915
j OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
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t V 111
We make a specialty 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
BJot Shapes Arriving Daily
Ocala V Fastest Growing Store
WIlttIElSX Henry A
f, Ayy Clay y
Clld FLOUR V
Vl "iCVERY SACK I
CSjF'J FULLY 4
G03D B4KING POWDER AND GOOD
. FLOUR GO HAND IN HAND
We sell Calumet Baking Powder and Henry Henry-Clay
Clay Henry-Clay Flour to you under a "Money Back Guar Guarantee."
antee." Guarantee." Get a can of this well known brand today, ana
See if it does not do all and More than is claimed
for it. "BEST BY TEST;' both Flour and Baking
One 10c Can of Calumet Baking Powder FREE,
with a 24 pound sack of Henry Clay Flour
Civic Program at the Woman's Club,
The monthly business meeting at:
the Woman's Club will be held at 3 ;
p. m. tomorrow, preceded by an ex- "'
ecutive board meeting at 2:45.
The program will be in charge of
the civics committee of which Mrs.
Geo. J. Blitch is chairman, but on ac- I
count of illness in the family Mrs.
MRS. FRANK WETHERBEE
Editor for April
The Home Sanitation
We require three things in order to
Biitch will not be able to preside. Mrs. conserve our greater asset numan
m , .. i enersrv. These are safe air, safe
ii. xucr whe uer pic water and afe food. Air
the program will be as follows:
Music Miss Sidney Harold.
Talk. Playgrounds Prof. W.
Paper, Civics Mrs. C W. Hunter.
Committee report read by Mrs.
Music Miss Musie Bullock.
The hostesses for the social half
11 K i
liuut, IU11U w 1Jfe lite piugiaui, v ut uv.
Mrs. Walter Marsh and Mrs. T. C
Sarasota Couple Married in this City
Miss Kathleen Anita McDaniels and
merely because death ensues most
immediately if the supply of this es essential
sential essential is cut off or too greatly vi vitiated.
tiated. vitiated. There is as much difference
between pure and safe air as pure
and safe food. Air that is perfectly
safe for you may be most unsafe for
the victim of disease. Water that is
safe for the country family accus accustomed
tomed accustomed to its use may prove to be un unsafe
safe unsafe for you, even to the point of
communicating typhoid to your sus susceptible
ceptible susceptible body. Pure food is that
which has neither been adulterated
sophisticated nor debased. Safe food
is food that is safe to eat, and food
can not be safe to eat unless it is
capable of yielding to the body that
nutritive material for which it is
But a short time remains in which to secure your EASTER HAT.
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 Affleck
Upstairs, Rear of
Mr. Robert W. Titus, a prominent consumed. There are certain points
couple of Sarasota with many friends
throughout the state, were quietly
married in this city yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3 o'clock at Grace Episcopal
church, Rev. J. G. Glass officiating.
in the pure food agitation which we
as housekeepers can not afford to
overlook. The purity of a product
does not guarantee its quality. A
corFee may be pure, yet of a very low
grade. One pure flavoring extract
may not at all equal another m its
Nature arid "science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of urs. Let us
have your customwe deserve it.
the chief dangers in food are those
under our immediate control. Those
vhich have to do with the wrong
choice in foods and diet, with poor
cooking and wrong combinations and
the contamination which comes from
unclean conditions of any kind. For
instance, we may put perfectly clean
and highly nutritive food in an un unclean
clean unclean refrigerator. It no longer
serves the purpose of a safe food,
for a wise housekeeper knows that a
refrigerator to be sanitary must have
a daily cleansing in borax water and
boiling water as well. Everyone loves
home made bread. How many of us
stop to consider that a home raised
bread must be well covered while ris rising
ing rising to be fit for consumption? A good
way to protect bread while in the
process of rising is to place the ves-
sel which contains the br,eaa in a
irfwiijard can, where no deadly germ
irom aUSt'v," van cuints in
contact with it. And while we are
talking aboutneiiTlLJl use
white "flour alone. White nourisa
safe food, for the nutritive value of
flour is not increased by milling the
wheat in such a way as to retain a
large portion of the bran and germ.
But let us eat more brown bread, for
a more wrholesome bread cannot be
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JACKSONVILLE TO BALTIMORE
Baltimore 4 . .,.$20.00
Philadelphia. ; 22.40
New York. . 24.40
Tickets include meals and Stateroom hrth nn etAnmr-r Snili'miTB for
altimore, ,7ednesday and Saturdav. for PhilaHplnhia
y. For tickets and ether information, call on or address
ERCUAriTS & UIUIUS TnAfiSPORTATION CO.'
, Jacksonville, Florida
. . , cooKinj result, inc iuuu iuui, unsaic
companied by the former s mother, f Qr babieg and children is dirty milk.
arrived from Sarasota on the 1 o'clock por active school children food de detrain.
train. detrain. They were joined here by Mr. ficient in material for growth is un un-and
and un-and Mrs. Charles Swain of Anthony, safe food. For the adult leading a
. , .v i j sedentarv life too concentrated stim-
the bride's brother-in-law and sister, -s ungafe This hag Ht,
and Mr. Frank Anthony, in whose j tIe to do with jts purity. Food may
presence the ceremony was perform- be clean and yet unfit to eat. For
Mr. and Mrs. Titus left on the 4
o'clock train for Jacksonville and
other Florida points on a wedding
T;rip, after which they will return to
Sarasota to reside, Mr. Titus being
connected with a bank of that city.
Mrs. Titus is one of Sarasota's
loveliest young ladies and a sister of
Col. and Mrs. Gillespie, who are well
known in Ocala.
Friends of Bishop and Mrs. Wm.
Crane Gray, formerly of Orlando, but
now of Nashville, Tenn., will be inter-
estedin: thelliwing extract from a
letter he wrote to a fne1TaTrf42J2iJ.o:
"I spent part of last week at Gar
latin to give them Lenten services
and visit the few members of that
decimated flock. All my Sundays are
occupied first at St. Peters, second at
Murfreesboro, third at Cumberland
Furnace, fourth at Gallatin, and every
fifth at Shelbyville, with a visit now
and then at Paradise Ridge. I am
working week days in my garden. I
have already planted potatoes, onions,
peas, radishes and have ground ready
for beans, parsnips, lettuce, cabbage,
etc. It is doing me good and I .was
never in better health in my life.. Our
home, 'Gray Lyn, is in the anciently
noted Deer Park of Belle Meade,
where Mr. Harding had more than
100 deer in many hundreds of acres
with a stone fence surrounding it. My
house, six miles from the city, is
near that stone fence."
Miss Mamie Billings of Hastings,
and niece, Miss Stella Leonard of Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, were guests yesterday of Mrs. J.
M. Meffert en route to Hastings from
Rockwell, where they were guests of
the former's sister, Mrs. G. T. Mayn Mayn-ard.
Miss Carrie Fraser of Detroit,
Mich., will conclude an extended visit
to Mrs. C. LGamsby Sunday, leaving
then for Jacksonville for a brief stay
before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kreger, who
have been occupying Judge W. S. Bul Bullock's
lock's Bullock's house on Wenona street, are
now making their home with Mrs.
Kreger's mother, Mrs. S. A. Standley.
Mr. Cameron Gamsby will spend
Easter Sunday and Monday with his
father, Mr. C. L. Gamsby in Chat Chattanooga,
tanooga, Chattanooga, going over tomorrow from
the University of the South at Se Se-wanee,
wanee, Se-wanee, Tenn., where he is attending
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Newsom, Jr.,
have given their infant daughter the
name Mary Jane. Mr. Newsom has
returned from a visit of several days
to his wife and daughter in Jackson Jacksonville.
Miss Bettie Mclver returned today
from Lake Weir, where she visited
Mrs. II. W. Henry for two days.
Miss Beatrice Weineckie is expected
to i arrive in the city tomorrow from
Jacksonville to be the fortnight guest
of Miss Hester Dewey.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Groves returned
last night from a several days' motor motoring
ing motoring trip. .Their destination was Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and they made brief stops at
St. Augustine and Palatka.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hampton, Mr.
and Mrs. Wl-M. Ditto and Mr. and
Mrs. C. N. Kirkland spent yesterday
at Lake Bryant fishing.
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane have as
their guests the former's mother and
cousin, Mrs. H. C. Lane and Miss
Nannie Smith, who are en route to
Wilmington, N. C, from Clearwater,
where they have been making their
home for some time.
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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 today, 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 month. Unless payment is made at
THE OFFICE OF THE COMPANY BEFORE 11th DfiY OFfNTH
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. F; PHILLIPS, Manager.
"Cleanliness is Paramount"
Jersey. milk and Cream
Pasturized. No canned
milks. Come and see.
HALF GALLONS 90c
GALLONS 3 le50
Phone Us Now
Special Designs to order for
parties, wedings, etc. Out of
town orders a specialtv.
VELVET ice cream on sale
at Harrington Hall Hotel, Mer Merchants
chants Merchants Cafe, Florida House, etc.
Insist on VELVET.
Marion Bottling &
Ice Cream Co.
10 W. Fort King Ave.
PHONE 225. Ocala, Fla.
Next Door to Theus-Zachry
found, for the making of which this
receipt may be safely followed: 1 cup
yellow corn meal, 1 cup graham meal,
2 cups whole wheat flour, 1 level tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon baking powder,
2 level teaspoons soda, 1 cup molas molasses,
ses, molasses, 1 pint sour milk. Beat well,' put
in cans, cover and steam several
hours. A cup of raisins added to the
batter greatly improves the bread.
We are all fond of hot biscuit. Let
us occasionally substitute the whole
wheat fiour for white and eat whole
wheat biscuit. In thr same way we
can use the whole wheat for home
made lightbread and raised dough doughnuts
nuts doughnuts as follows. To one pint of
?S-kread dough, work m one cup of
sugar, beaten"wTtrr--eggs, mix a lit little
tle little nutmeg and cinnamoriftJL,!1 ,CUP
of flour, make a dough stiff enougfirP.
roll and cut, let rise-half an hour and
fry in deep, hot Cottolene. Everyone
loves sweets and a most healthful and
delicious marmalade may be made by
adding to 1 quart of cut rhubarb, six
oranges, one and one-half pounds of
sugar. The white rind and seeds are
removed from the oranges,' but the
yellow peal and the fruit are to be
sliced into the kettle after the rhu rhubarb
barb rhubarb and sugar. This whole is boiled
slowly until quite done and thick
YOUR CHILD'S COUGH
IS A CALL FOR HELP
Don't put off treating your child's
cough. It not only saps their strength,
but often leads to more serious ail ailments.
ments. ailments. Why risffl You don't have to.
Dr. King's New Discovery is just the
remedy your child needs. It is made
with soothing, healing and antiseptic
balsams. Will quickly check the cold
and soothe your child's cough away.
No odds how bad the cough or how
long standing, Dr. King's New Discov Discovery
ery Discovery will stop it. Its guaranteed. Just
get a bottle from your druggist and
try it. Adv.
GET TOGETHER SOCIAL
(Concluded on Page Four)
For Good Wood
BIG Load for SI.
Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice (k Packing Co
The 16th 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.
the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if-the title is good. Marion county has about 169
deed records and 43 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanoeus rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record history of ihat title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man know
that he has got it alC
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.
fiorida title and abstract corporation
I i i i 1 f.
.(Mm inn) wn m p.t-
U I? H H (i M !1 i t k (I t it s
-CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
. Slate, County and City Depository.
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 gentls 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.
KARL JANSEN'S CULTURE CLASS
Karl Jansen will open his course of
physical instruction, April 5th. All
ladies wishing to take lessons will
please phone either G2 or 381 for par particulars,
ticulars, particulars, as no one will be allowed to
attend the exercises for public fchool
To a Person Who Prides
Himseli cn His An:;2c:
1 f .- r-
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business
402-404 6. Main Streel
nyninc nc s TnimiCT t-rr
NORTH and' NORTHWEST
'DIXIE FLYER,". "DIXIE LIMITED", "SEMINOLE LIMITED,"
ATLANTIC LIMITED," "MONTGOMERY ROUTE.'
RHEUMATIC PAINS RELIEVED
Why suffer from rheumatism when
relief may be had at so small a cost?
Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., writes.
"I have been subject to attacks of
rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's
Liniment always relieves me imme immediately,
diately, immediately, and I take pleasure in recom recommending
mending recommending it to others." 25 and 50 cent
bottles. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Lw irtd. ''::..,
STAXD.UIII RAILIIOAI) OF THE SOUTH
Pullman cars Jacksonville to Chica go, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Lcuizv
Indianapolis, Cleveland and intermed iate points.
DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
For tickets and information call on Atlantic C ine Ti
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P.
cket Agent, u
Tsinpa, ri '-.
Put Your Ad. in
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1915
Oil 0 IIS
(Continued from Third Page)
"Into each life some rain must fall
Board of Trade meets tonight.
f This report is made from observa observa-i
i observa-i tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Runaway June at the Temple to-; Weihe, official observer for the gov-
Fish globes, The Murray Company. j March
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
Smoke Cuban Ciul, he Cigar.
r - :
The county judge today issued a
siarriaere license to Mr. Chas. J. Mit
l t ..... i :
Jhell and Miss Annie Harrietjajsee
The Murray Company.
Mr. Lonnie Edwards of Irvine was
'in town yesterday, bringing for mar market
ket market a number of head of cattle.
All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-ti
A large shipment of Norris Candies
just received at the Court Pharmacy.
Nous better made. 19-tf
Mr. Henry Davis of Gainesville is a
business visitor today, demonstrating
the 1915 Cadillac for Claude Nolan
ernment. Max. Min. R. F.
j March 1 .. ..56 46
' March 2 65 37
(March 3 ........... .62 51 ...
March 4 72 56
; March 5 ........... .72 52 .89
! March 6 ........... .70 48
March 7 .. ...60 44 ..
March 8 . 54 36
March 9 ....60 38
jMar 10 ...65 45
j March 11 ...70 45 ..
1 March 12 .68 48 ..
March 13 V. .66 48
March 14 ...64 53 1.21
March 15 . . ...... 66 51 .
March 16 62 48 .02
March 17 ....60 39 ..
March 19 62 36 ..
March 19 .......... .72 49 -..
March 20 73 51 ..
March 21 ....67 40 ..
March 22 60 46
March 23 59 30
March 24 61 38 ..
March 25 ..68 32
March 26 76 38
March 29 ..76 47
March 30 78 48
March 31 .. ...... .72 59 .63
April 1 .66 47 ..
W. K. Iane, M. P., Tnyslclan and
Burgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Xoso
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla. k
The Temple was packed and jam jammed
med jammed full last night, and the program
was all to the merry. If possible, it
Will h hettar trm 1 crrt Via wirp to
Fish globes, The Murray Company.
We are showing a very strong
line of the very newest shapot
at only ...
The play entitled "Breezy Point"
will be given at the Kendrick school j
house Friday night, April 2nd, byi
Mrs. C. H. Shaw, assisted by a num-l
ber of the young people. The play is! Mr. John Carney of Lake Weir was
an excellent one and will furnish an I a well known Marion county citizen
evening full of enjoyment and hearty ; transacting business in Orlando the I
laughter for all. The proceeds will j first of the week.
be applied on the piano which the
young people are purchasing for the; Mrs. G. K. Williams has returned
church. Admission: Adults, 25c.;; from a brief visit to Dr. and Mrs.
children, 15c. Come and bring your Herr at North Lake Weir.
a most worthy cause.
Cloudy tonight, somewhat cooler in
Mr. J. C. Caldwell, superintendent
of the city electric plant, says that in
spite of the rather antiquated mach machinery
inery machinery and wood fuel, the plant js now
making current at a rate of 2 cents.
A new plant could of course, do much
JYheita customer stepped
Gerig's drugstore, bought a bunch of
cigars and handed Mr. Gerig a $50
bill to be changld, the genial druggis
lmost fell dead He said he didn't
w there were any m(xv&uch big
Norris Box Candies at the Court
Pharmacy are the best made. 19-tf
Mrs. W. L. Colbert is attending to
business in the tax collector's office
while Mr. Colbert makes up the de delinquent
linquent delinquent tax list.
r m w
Mr. W. T. LucB
started -rd son Roy, have been visiting her tor tne ia9
Burbank, March 31. Mr. and Mrs.
Kipling and Mr. and Mrs. Ditto of
Ocala were in our little burg Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Brower, two of our
old settlers, are returning to their old
home in Bloomington, 111. They have
sold their farm three miles east of
Burbank, to Mrs. W. H. Stockwell, of
Boston. We are very sorry to lose
these people, but have gained Mr. and
L. H. Langworthy, J. B. Haney and
Rev. J. P. Hight were Ocala visitors
one day last week
Mrs. B. A. Brannen of Ocala was
visiting her mother, Mrs. DeLand for
the week-end. The main attraction
was the new grandson.
Mr. F. M. Chaffee spent Sunday and
Monday in Ocala.
Mrs. John Rice, who has been visit visiting
ing visiting her daughter for the past two
months, returned to her home in Il Illinois.
linois. Illinois. This is her first visit to the
Sunny South with which she wras
pleased very much. Mrs. Graham ac accompanied
companied accompanied her as far as Jacksonville,
where she met her cousins, who came
south with her. Her granddaughter,
Miss Helm, wras also there to bid her
good-bye. Mrs. Graham returned to
Mr. W. H. Worst, J. B. Haney,
Charlie Ross and George Dyke was in
Ocala this week on business.
Rev. York of the Rodman circuit,
was here and held quarterly meeting
from Friday till Sunday. Saturday
evening after church they held a busi business
ness business meeting and Mr. W. C. Bogue
was elected secretary. Mr. Harry E.
Abbott was elected trustee to fill a
Mr. and Mrs. George Dyke enter entertained
tained entertained Sunday at dinner Mr. andMrs.
Stanley Chambers and two sons and
Mr. and Mrs. Vankovburger and chil children.
Miss Mary Lou Turner spent Mon Monday
day Monday night and Tuesday with Miss
Blanche and Ruth Hubbard.
Mr. Herbert Turner drove thro
to Ocala today. Mrs.4 W. H. W5rst
and daughter accompanied him
The Sunday school held a very in interesting
teresting interesting practice for Easter at Mrs.
Jones'. Mrs. Jones is a nice hostes
They departed at a late hour, all say
ing they had a good time and were
coming back again on Thursday night.
Mrs. L. Dickison and son John are
spending the week-end in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. '
Mr. Will Dickison has returned from
Hancreek, where he has been jacki;
for the last month
--rTrTHubbard went to Palat
Wednesday afternoon. She went
to accompany Mrs. Grant, who has
Mrs. Artha Osborn of Waxhaw, N.
C, who has been enjoying a visit of
three weeks with her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs.. Eli. A. Os Osborn,
born, Osborn, expects to return home in the
Mrs. M. E. Robinson and Miss
Rosebud Robinson of Tampa, passed
through Ocala today en route to
Jacksonville to spend Easter with
Mrs. Robinsons son, Mr. Emmett
Robinson and family. Miss Robinson
will return to Ocala the last of next
week to visit Miss Kathleen Jackson
and Mrs. Robinson will continue her
trip later to Savannah to visit rela relatives.
tives. relatives. They were met at the Seaboard
station today by friends.
Mrs. Mershon is home from a visit
of a week to her son, Mr. L. B. Mer Mershon
shon Mershon at Princeton, near Miami. She
was numbered among the Ocalans
who visited Miami during the press
association and, like the other mem members
bers members of the party, has nothing but
compliments for the Magic City.
Mr. James Leslie of Panasoff kee is
an Easter guest at the home of his
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe.
The monthly business meeting of
the King's Daughters was held at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon at the
Mrs. Peyton Liddell and infant son
will leave the hospital tomorrow and
return to their home at Santos.
Mis&JSelle Hodsre. formerly of Ocala
now oi Miami, win De married on
next Wednesday in that city to Mr.
George Hollyyasclerk in the office of
the county judge! The, ceremony will
take place at" thehme of Mi
Hodge's brother-in-law and
Chief arid Mrs. Henry
EVERY GROCERY STORE SELLS GROCERIES
but we don't suppose there are anv two store
anywhere that are identical in Qualities. Values
. We wish to tell you that a whole lot of peo people
ple people seem to like our methods pretty well.
They "stick" from year to year and have
no serious complaints to make.
The following list of
will interest .you and you
should not let this oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity of saving money on
your grocery bill pass.
The prices which we
quote below are good only
SATURDAY the 3rd and 'MONDAY lie 5!ii
of course we have others, some
us low as
at MAnfks Vior hnmp.
rTBrand-new vulcanizing plant , w c nosne and son Max were
uTthe shop formerly occupied by Da- -m Qcala Tuesday. Max went on to
vies on Oklawaha avenue opposite the Gainesville to take an examination for
Ocala House. They have put in new Ttrfr
and uptodate machinery, and are pre- m r
naT-rl in treat auto tires in the best Tir t. r firaham of Oklahoma.
manner possible. They have had ex- who has been visiting his brother, Mr.
. : .j hr r T riT-jVinm returned to nlS
npripnpe witn ail sorts ox ures aiiu
know just what to do.
Our line of
Dr. J. Walter Hood's new office tele telephone
phone telephone number is 284. 15-tf
I team of the Ocala Country Club did Marsh ville
"hjf t J. firaham. returnea
Timrcnv. This is Mr. Gra
ham's first visit to 'Flonda and he is
He also visited ot.
Cloud, St. Augustine and Jacksonville.
He is an old soldier of the civil war.
Wo v,rtTi Via makes another visit next
" ------ . ,
winter. He hliea nis trun. .wiw
school closed Friday,
is.b.y far the best selected ever
shown by us. We have a good
not go to Tampa this afternoon. The March 26th, witn me lonuwiug
match game which was to have been "citation, Learn to LabTr and to
played between the team and one of w:t uv Thelma Hill.
that city has been postponed until a Recitation The Puzzle, by Gracie
later aate-. iTA"i."' T ii a xo t
Jjiaiogue, ine j-iiiy aim xw, j
t Tinii on1 Alma Marsh.
All varieties of seed corn; also mil- pecitation. The Prettiest Doll in the
let and sorghum, now in and for sale World, by Pauline Martin.
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf. Dialogue, Two Kinds of Fun, by Al
I OT1 I VI 5-1 I I MTlll VT1CI1H V WUllw
T?o.itjitimi What thev Taueht Little
tt 1 T-l-x 1 -.wv-.-. y ; 1
nave your cnoice raDsis creau,J Bovs When They Went
The Baptist bazaar held today
the Harrincrton Hall block wil.
tinued through tomornue cu""
place. ThadK-v at th
w,- aye on hand a
numoer of pretty articles suitable for
gifts or personal use, and had the
weather been the least, bit favorable
today their sale would have been suc successful.
Mrs. C. A. Liddon passed thru town
today en route from Dade City to
Gainesville, to visit her daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. DS Woodrow and mother,
Mrs. Annie Martin, came up from the
lake today to spend Easter Sunday in
Mrs. Minnie Bailey Reed returned
today from a visit to Lake Weir.
The Star regrets to learn that Miss
Ross, who-has been stenographer for
the Ocala Northern for the last two
years has resigned her position, and
will return to her home in Orlando.
Miss Ross is a most capable steno
grapher, and the friends she has
made in Ocala will regret to lose her.
l-10c Tin Fish
l-15c Tin Kip Kippered
pered Kippered Herring.
l-30c Tin Deviled
l-10c Tin Clam
l-20c Tin R. S.
Little Neck Clams.
l-25c Tin English
l-10c Tin Walkers
"bock" or Pabst's Blue
draft, at J ohnny's.
l-25c Tin -Cauliflower
U20c, Tin rR.vS.
Spinach L ;
l-25c Tin Sun Sun-Kist
Kist Sun-Kist Asparagus.
l-20c Tin R. S.
Tomatoes, No. 3's.
Every Thing Guaranteed to be
Kingans Reliable Hams, 8 tol2 lbs., per pound. .... 19c
WHITE BACON, per pound 122
Lard Compound, per pound 10c
10 Pound Water Ground Meal for 25c
Irish .Potatoes, per peck 24c
15c Tins Tall Pink Salmon, 2 tins for 23c
6 Small Tins St. Charles Evaporated Milk for ......23c
Vz pound Tins Columbia River Salmon, per tin ,:.09c
25c Bottles Royal Salad Dressing per bottle 23c
45c Bottles Royal Salad Dressing, per bottle 40c
25c Glasses Old Virginia Preserves, per glass ..... .2frc
25c Jars Florida Orange Marmalade, per jarrt . . 20c
25c Jars Florida Orange Jelly, per jarr' 20c
j25c;c per jar . .20c
25c Jars Florida Guava Paste (a jam) per jar..... 20c
25c Bottles Eddy's Catsup, per bottle .. .". 20c
v15c Bottles Red Maraschino Cherries, per bottle 12c
25c Bottles Red Maraschino Cherries, per bottle 22c
50c Bottles Red Maraschino Cherries, per bottle 42c
75c Bottles Red Maraschino Cherries, per bottle bSc
50c Bottles Green, Creme de Menthe Cherries, per bo.. 45c
90c Jars Curtice Bros. Brandy Peaches, per jar ... .82c
$1 Jars Curtice Sweet Pickled Peaches, per jar 89c
25c Classes Strained Cranberry Sauce, r er glass 22c
20c Glasses Florida Guava Jelly, per glars, ISc
15c Bottles Sun Ray Ginger Ale, per bottle 12c, doz S1.23
l-15c Tin R.S. Tomatoes
1-rjOc Tin R.
l-15c Tin R.
l-20c Tin II. S.
sliced or grated
CHOICE SMALL HAMS FOR SALE
Ribbon on T.ii-o Mp. hv Louie Marsh.
6-tf Recitation, Little JUiss vioiet ee,
by Beatrice Holiday.
Dialogue, Brown Eyes and Blue
Eyes, by Gracie Marsh, Daisy Jones
Mr. Hugh Kneis- Pw,u.:nn. The Cantain's Daughter,
A. VW A
We are showing a good num number
ber number in a Palm Beach Trouser
that is well made and the price
. Citra. March 31.
ley reljirned yesterday to his home in Ly Jesgie Joes
" "V T' A : r I Dialogue, The last Lay ox ocuwi,
Mr. A. J. Driver of Lima, O., is the ,TT.11fJ tjjii akwi Mnrsh and
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Driver: : ""V?"4
Song, America, by the school
Now is the Time to Get Rid of These
v Ugly Spots
There's no longer the slightest need
of feeling ashamed of your freckles,
as the Description othine double
strength is guaranteed to remove
tViocA hnmelv SDOtS.
. m it!
?TYiriv o-pt an ounce oi omine
double strength from any druggist
... onnlv a little of it nignt ana
A number of very choice small hams d should soon see that
and shoulders for sale; corn fed hogs, even the worst freckles have begun to
smoked with green hickory wood, disappear, while the lighter ones nave
vanisnea entirely. n. s acinus v
more than an ounce is needed to com
looiir. nioti-r tViA skin and cam a
hoontifn rMT comDiexion.
rr- ni-,k;nn. ; wArl- frftprinc I t?a surp to ask for the aouoie
x-ur i luuiuii.s, o TV u; i oM nrlor
and rooting can on i: a. xunu, hnM, :f it faiis t0
Dhone 494. 3-26-lmo. omnvo fwvips. 1-
the Methodist parsonage last Friday
night. The evening was pleasantly
spent playing games, after which
chocolate and cake were served by
Mrs. Partridge and Mrs. Driver.
Misses Adelaide Harrison and lor
Notice is hereby given that the tax
assessment roll for the city of Ocala
.1 1 A1 C I inmnlafa a tflP
ence Cork -tat; Saturday and "1? be p senS d'"to tile" dly
Come to see our Men's Store,
it will pay you.
Sundav at Reddick.
Mrs. Jatieffce Borland and daugh daughters
ters daughters motored to Crystal River last
Ureekmore entertamea tne Z"A"-Ar in Ar,rii hcint? the
Mission Study Class yesterday after- ird'monft n which date
nrvnnil rtf tVlP Raid citV.
Tho cnirl tv roll will be open for
inspection during office hours at the
I 1 "I t -C 4-Vici Hntn 11TIT1
HT f 1 --ni-wnr tha UI.V J -" :
.VI rs. ijreeMiiuic ciuciiauicu tuc m
i Studv Class yesterday ;
yued. Man's t mosiuue: j to hear
mg stuay relaxing io xne government - ftRSoSsments as
of the Indians was read by
M complaints against tt35witiiw
maae Dy ine city tax. acaouj
JJriver. I c- f vqIup nf nrnn-
Last Thursday the. ladies of the v? ZT made to
Civic League met in the park and had lu wHtin on or be
a general cleaning up. They also set the city council m writing on or be
i-fnrp Vip Hat aforesaid.
This the 2nd day of April, iii.
H. C. S1STKUNK,
ont. a nnmhflr of nlants
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson spent last
wees m JacKsonviiie. i rn.i.- Ac!(1ftr nf Taxes of
Mrs. Wyckoff went over to Orange City Clerk and Assessor of laxe ox
m t a i Tnu i.iiX- ill ri Aia. j. ava.vm
Lake yesterday to attena service ax
Mr. Harry Barcus of Tavares mo- A CURE FOR SOUR STOMACH
lUlCU U U LU Villa uavuiuuj f.vi T
Rundav with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, of Battle
Mrs. D. S. Barcus. Creek, Mich., writes: I
nr- 1a tvt a r Whif vicifplUrnnhlAH with indifirestion. sour stom
Ocala Saturday. ach and bad breath. After taking two
Dr. alid Mrs. Wenton Reddick of bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets I am
hlpts are splendid none
quests of Mrs. J. N. Malphur. Ibetter." For sale by all dealers. Adv
If your car needs PAINTING see
me. If it needs brightening up use my
"AUTO PRESERVATION POLISH"
aM save paint bills Price ?1.00.
203 N. Main St. Phone 193
Don't Fail to go to the
. tt -4- Tio vanished entirely. It is seiaom xnat
nniii va rx .Tir hit i 111111 ir-1 l. m. a l i
aiuuii j x. wwviiit, vvr- 7
rington Hall Barbershop. 30-tf
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
enameled front. Owner can have
same by calling .at the
and paying for this ad.
WANTED A-l salesman.
D. Jackson, City.
FOR RENT A flat of four rooms?
conveniently arranged and with ev every
ery every modern improvement; good lo location;
cation; location; rent cheap. Apply to Mrs.
T. H. Wrallis or phone 97. 2-6t
is hereby given
RInnfl iilSIIIS Li0fFl Beginning Monday, April 5th, and
lwv- .r i u m;c T.
Apr a f I lasting tnrougnuut c
tilCrS CDSCU Maybelle Cornell from the Aluminum
tt :i Cr will Aa !-... strain
UUMII K U vyv, "in v...-..-
UTAR.EVKR ALUMINUM AVAHL
Stop Them From Grow- and its uses, at our store
ing Large and
Watch the papers for program
later. MARION HARDWARE CO.
31-3t-wky It Ucala, tia.
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 Weil located and nicelj
A. . , - ,. i,t viding for the payment of
to the Colonial; also for light j &
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
FOR RENT Two story, ten room
fCotice is hereby given th
board of county commissioners of
rion county, Florida, intend to
to the legislature of the state cf Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, at its regular session in 1015, -for
a special legislation authorizing the
re-issue and validation of all outstand outstanding
ing outstanding 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, 1015, or
such of said warrants as the said leg legislature
islature legislature may see fit to authorize to Le
re-issued and validated; and aLo pro-
thereon, and for making the ?ad war
rants payable at fixed periods.
! Board County Commissioners, Marion
t County, Florida. 1-30
house corner Watula and E. Adams j
streets. Possession given at once. cq Ux
Apply to W. E. Davis, at the Mun- nl cose acc0iJmg to the laws
roe & Chambliss National Bank. 4-tf j Florida on the last day of March.
. j Come as early as you possibly can,
v u v Jthus avoiding the big rush we always
FOR RENT My suburban home mjhave the ast ten or fifteen days tte
the Southwestern part of town, j tax books are open. Also be sure zrA
with two acres of ground; rates i bring or send a correct description of
T.0ohU tn the rinht party. C. I your property when you wish either
P. Howell, Ocaia, Fla. 2-5-tf
and see the pictures of the Second Episode of
Well everyone knows the effect of
. 1 T 1 1
pine forests on cougns. ur. cua
PinP-Tar-Honev is a remedy which
brings quick relief for whooping
cough, loosens the mucous, soothes
the lining of the throat ana lungs, ana
makes the coughing spells less severe.
A fnmUv with erowin children should
not be without it. Keep it handy for
all couehs and colds. 25c. at your
i Hrucffist. -AaV.
early everyone who uses a. o. ir
tioou recalls a inruu i
thrnueh untold suffering as the result I me drugs usea in our preatnywwu
.f e -"ef bfcst to be had,
jn. uwfi i M . . i j
too late, what may result uum and ACCUKACi is our watenwora.
skin abrasion. But they recovered ir I
ihev used S. S. S.. and in almost every The Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
village and hamiei. every crusBiuau.uu
auav haric orr ine roau jbuiucuw
will tell you how S. S. S.. the famous f fr0sted pint3 of
v mtrlflor restored his health. I A1J' r
it i a most lnieresnxis i.o HnhsTs nine tiuixyii at, iuuiiiiv a. i
blood in a maimer c
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
A SLUGGISH LIVER r,TrtV
Let your liver get torpid and you
nre in for a soell of misery. Every-
using Dr. King's
too. Stop the diy.zmess, constipation,
biliousness and indigestion. Clear the
blood. Only 25c at your druggist. Ad
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
FOR RENT Two connecting
furnished; one, two or three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
at residence of Mrs. A. M. Perry,
Herbert street. 3-lS-tf
. , -..j 3-4-304
vnp TJFKT Furnished room with all
conveniences in private family,
three blocks from courthouse on Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha avenue; very reasonable to
a nermanent occupant. Address,
1 tl A
a memoranauna oi tne arocuriv ui
1 7 av vour taxes, thus reducing the
i nossibility of an error to ths
roomsJmum. If you write us do not be im-
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patient ir our repiy seems Citisyea.
We will answer a3 fast as we pos?i pos?i-bly
bly pos?i-bly can and as near as practical all
Ipttpr?? in the order in which they
Uvere received. Yours very truly,
1 W. L. COLBERT,
it at in accordance with ac
. :",-"; i vat itm
effect is almost beyond comprehension
li .v,.D -, c t-o wpdded to such drugs
as mercury, calomel, arsenic, iodide of
potash, copper and other baneful In Influences
fluences Influences which all the world bears
int Mtimonv to their destructive
day. And if you believe yours Is a
rain write to the Medical
Adviser of The Swift Specific Co., 106
Swift Bldgr.. Atlanta. Ga. Our word
for It. he is one of Georgia s appre appreciated
ciated appreciated specialists, retired from active
Eractice. but proud of his name and of
is recognized ability.
- A. A. J L I a A A I-
. s. is maeea a nature a inume i oouy gets an aitacK. now
we need and it s woriny oi d f eonle keep
that in aimosi any VJi u.rl'J1 I V- ji t. u,.
nut the country you wiu una acuveanuueanuv
in stock. C3et a bottle to- voro T ifo PiTlc Fint fnr
"Room," care Evening Star. 24-6t
-Between Mrs. Pilians and
Mrs. Sexton's residence a karat
diamond, which dropped from ring.
Suitable reward will be paid to thej
u ;r.o- tn tVif Sfar of-!l. iu. 3lclVi.K ana C V. iULi.-.ii;
iniuex uji icniAi.lfc
Fine Caskets and Cnrini
FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock
,frp-s for hatching. H. S- Wresson,
FOUND On streets of
small circular gold pm
All Work Done by Licensed 11::
mer and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES "v -D.
C. V. ROBERTS