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OCALA, FLORIDA SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1915
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AND TURK TRY VAINLY TO STEM THE TIDE
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SOLDIERS OF THE KAISER SEEM TO REM
AMERICA'S AID TO THE STAOVIIIG
PETROGnAD CLAIMS UMBROKEI
SUCCESS FROM CAUCASIAll MGUflTAINS TO PLAINS
London, April 3. The Russians are
on the offensive alonff their whole
front, from the Baltic sea to the Ru Rumanian
manian Rumanian border and in the Caucasus,
and according: to a Stockholm dis dispatch,
patch, dispatch, they have concentrated an enor enormous
mous enormous number of soldiers on the Fin Finnish
nish Finnish coast' to prevent the Germans
All the Russian advances, according
to Petrograd, are proceeding with
success. The Russian official report
claims that the Germans in North Po Poland
land Poland are being, pushed back to the
East Prussian order and that in the
Carpathians between the Lupknow
and Uzsok passes the Russians have
captured still another strongly forti fortified
fied fortified ridge, overcoming almost insur insurmountable
mountable insurmountable difficulties, such as the
scaling of steep ice covered hills and
penetrating cleverly arranged barbed
wire and timber obstructions.
The Russians are also attacking the
Germans in the region of Koziouwka
near the Uzsok pass. There a large
number of prisoners are reported to
have been captured.
Against these reports of Russian
successes the Austrians claim they
have repulsed all Russian attacks in
4he Beskid range of mountains, far farther,
ther, farther, east.
The Russians declare they have
countered an Austrian raid into Bes Bes-sarabia,
sarabia, Bes-sarabia, near Chotin. They say that
- units of the Forty-second Honved di division
vision division of the Austrian army who- un undertook
dertook undertook this diversion were virtually
annihilated and that over 2,000 of the
survivors were captured.
It is declared that the Turks now
have been entirely cleared out of
trans-Caucasia and that the Russians
hold the Turkish Black sea coast as
far as Arkhave.
CAPTURED MOUNTAIN CRESTS
Petrograd, April 3. Twenty-four
thousand four hundred Austro-Ger-mans
have be m captured in the last
seven days with eleven cannon and
sixty-seven machine .guns. In the
Carpathians, the Russians now hold
the crests, giving them great strate strategic
gic strategic advantage. In Poland the Rus Russians
sians Russians are advancing in strength to toward
ward toward the Prussian frontier. It is ofS ofS-"
" ofS-" cially reported that the Germans are
STUCK AT THE DARDANELLES Cold Weather
AND WORRIED BY GERMAN
SUBS ; '.. ;
London, April 3. While the cam campaign
paign campaign against the Dardanelles has
Does Not Stop Fighting in
Vienna, April 3. Blizzards all
along the Carpathian front are inter-
not been abandoned, it is admitted of-ffering with military operations. The
ficially today that the reduction of the
Turkish works will take much longer
than originally thought. The inner
forts were found powerful and clever cleverly
ly cleverly constructed.
' The Times declares the Dardanelles
will be forced but at heavy cost. The
Turks and Germans are working des desperately
perately desperately during the lull, reconstruct reconstructing
ing reconstructing the forts.
SOME GAIN ON THE SOMME
raris, April tS. l wo lerman avia
tors were captured following their
bomb dropping flight over Rheims.
The French gained a -notable advant
age along "the Somme river, and cap captured
tured captured 200 Germans in the. Lapretre
SUBS SUNK TWO STEAMERS
IS COMING OVER
Thursday, April 15, promises to be
a great day for Ocala for on that date
the University minstrels will come
over accompanied by the bank and
the ball team and pay us a visit. The
ball team will meet" our boys on the
diamond, the minstrels will give a
performance at the Temple and the
band will play both in public and at
the minstrel show. Ocala has good
reason to appreciate an tnese young
people, and will give them a hearty
Fish globes, The Murray Company.
WILBUR W.C. SMJTH
Funeral Director and
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Ocala, Fl a.
219 WEST BROADWAY
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U S A )
25c PER POUriD, DELIVERED
;ala Ice & Packing Co
London, April 3. The British
steamer Lockwood, torpedoed, sunk
off, Startpoint last night. The crew
was rescued. :
The Norwegian, bark Nor, torpedoed
by a German submarine, is burning,
and indications are will soon sink.
BIG TRUST COMPANY
AFTER THE BOATS
London, April 3. A News dispatch
says: American flags, hoisted by Bel Belgians
gians Belgians at Liege in gratitude for aid to
starving Belgians, were torn down by
Germans. Following the energetic
protest of the American consul, Ger German
man German officers have promised to punish
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Ugly Weather in the North-, but May
be Better for Easter
New York, April 3. Snowing; rain
Philadelphia, April 3. Snow has
been falling steadily since early this
morning. The indications are that it
will continue throughout the day.
Baltimore, April 3. Snowing; tem temperature
perature temperature thirty-eight degrees.
Atlanta, April 3. Clearing; forty
Prospect of Improvement
Washington, April 3. Snowing,
.-Iting as it falls, moderate tempera-
Alsace were repulsed. No importantTture. Heavy chilling gales sweeping
the coast far toward Florida.
General indications of clearing and
TO HAVE MADE
NEWS LAST NIGHT
Washington, April 3. According to
an unconfirmed report from Newport
News, the German cruiser. Eitel Fried Fried-erich
erich Fried-erich slipped but of the harbor last
night under cover of the violent
storm. All telegrrph wires in that
district are prostrated.
REPORT IS UNCONFIRMED
heavy Russian attacks in the Lupkowl
and Uszck passes continue.
ATTACKS IN THE WEST DRIVEN
Berlin, April 3. Belgian attacks in
r landers and the r rencn assault iri
events in the east.
DROVE OFF ANOTHER ATTACK
Constantinople, April 3. Another
attempt of the allies to land military
forces in the Dardanelles was re repulsed.
Washington, April 3. Fair tonight
Light frost north portion tonight.
Rising temperature north and cen central
tral central portions Sunday.
NEGRO FOUND DEAD
The railroad authorities at Candler
notified Mr. John F. Thompson, agent
in this city this morning, that a col colored
ored colored man aied on the railroad track
near Cornell about 6 o'clock yester-
J day afternoon.
New York, April 3. The New York Mr. Thompson immediately told the
Storm Prevails All Along the Coast
New York, April 3 A severe storm
is sweeping the Atlantic coast from
New England to Jacksonville today.
The center of the disturbance is
around the Virginia capes. Wires
in that section are down.
TRI-WEEKLY SERVICE FOB
City Trust Company today filed an
application in the federal district
court for receiver for the Interna International
tional International Mercantile Cbmpany, owners of
the White Star line &nd others.
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 Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed.
;Mrs. J. Boroff, 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 1 nothing so
quick to relieve ; a cough or cure a
cold." For sale by all dealers. Adv.
SCRAP WITH SPIGGOTIES
An American Soldier Killed at Pan Panama
ama Panama Washington, April 3.- Excited po police
lice police and civilians caused a riot at a
baseball game in Panama yesterday.
One United States soldier was killed
and three wounded. A police lieuten lieutenant
ant lieutenant was jailed, charged with murder.
-everyone knows the effect of
pine forests on coughs. Dr. Bells's
Pine-Tar-Honey is a remedy which
brings quick relief for whooping
cough, loosens the mucous, soothes
the lining of the throat and lungs, and
makes the coughing spells less severe.
A family with growing children should
not be without it. Keep it handy for
all coughs and colds. 25c. at your
BELONGS TO CARRANZA
sheriff of the affair and this morning
Justice Ferguson and the sheriff went
to the scene. A coroner's jury was
empaneled, and after examining sev several
eral several witnesses it was decided that the
man, whose name was Sam Strap,
came to his death from natural
Strap had been working on the Kyle
& Young plantation for some time,
and on account of not being well, ask asked
ed asked for his pay on Friday noon, stat stating
ing stating that he was going to his home at
Kendrick. He was walking north northward
ward northward on the track when death over overtook
took overtook him, according to all testimony
produced at the inquest. He had on
his person the check received from
Kyle & Young. and some change.
Beginning next week, boat service
on the Daylight Line, between Silver
Springs and Palatka, will be tri triweekly
weekly triweekly for the remainder of. the sea season.
son. season. Most of the tourists, with their
usual had judgment, have gone north,
just as the best part of the year was
beginning, and while there are quite
a number here yet, there are riot
enough for a boat each way every day.
Thot Silver Springs, which is the
larger, of the two boats, will continue
on the run, leaving the Springs Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morn mornings,
ings, mornings, and returning Monday, Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and Friday. The City of Ocala
will have some overhauling, and will
then be kept at the Springs, ready for
the use of all who need that very
swift and comfortable boat.
Passenger Agent Cleghorn, when
consulted on the season's business,
said that while it hadn't been as
heavy as wfts expected, it had been
very good. In spite of war and bus business
iness business depj-ession it was better this
year than last and may be confidently
expected to be better next season. The
Daylight Line is just beginning to be
known in the north, but it will more
Washington, April 3. At 2 p. m.
all communication ith the Virginia
coast is yet paralyzed. The rumor
that the German cruiser hailed last
night is yet unconfirmed.
Special Meeting with a Good
fi ance Friday Evening
The Board of Trade held its special
meeting Friday evening with a good
attendance, most of the old stand stand-bye
bye stand-bye being present. President Rog Rogers,
ers, Rogers, tho far from well, faced the
rather inclement weather in order to
be in his place, and Secretary Rooney
Most of the time of the meeting
was devoted to business affairs of the
board, incidental to the close of one
year's work and beginning another,
and all matters were put in good
shape for carrying on operation's.
lhe board extended a cordial invi
tation to the Confederate Veterans of
Florida to hold their next meeting in
Ocala, and pledged itself to see that
the old soldiers had the best sort of a
Other lesser matters were attended
to, and the board adjourned to meet
again Wednesday evening, April 14.
RESULT OF G01IFEREIIGE AT CHATTAIIOI
TO THIS STATE
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Chattanooga, April 3. Four thou thousand
sand thousand good roads enthusiasts, includ including
ing including the governors of Tennessee, Geor
gia, Indiana and Kentucky and repre- :
sentatives from Florida, Ohio and Il Illinois,
linois, Illinois, attended the opening confer
ence, planning the great Chicago to
Miami highway. Governor Ralston of
A parade of Dixie highway pro
moters preceded the opening meeting.
A banquet will be held tonight.
, in a
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WEEK OF PRAYER
FOR HOME MISSION
HEAVYWEIGHT DARKEY- SUHC
he can whip the whit
It V.' CI ?4 T; r.
Havana, April .. ..-ed
ed ..-ed today that hi
or shine. A canopy
S j over the ring if it rains.
I today were five to two
The Fannie R. Gary Missionary So Society
ciety Society of the Baptist church will ob observe
serve observe next week as a "week of prayer
for home missions." The topic for
study during the week will be "The
Call of the World." The first meet meeting
ing meeting will be held Monday afternoon,
beginning at 3 o'clock, in the home of
Mrs. R. A. Burford. All members and
women of the church are specially
urged to attend every afternoon ser service,
vice, service, as announced from day to day.
For Plumbing, tin work, guttering
and roofing call on P. A. Durand,
phone 494, 3-26-lmo.
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
the favorite, with Jonnonite
out for three to two. Opu
turning more toward Will a
tor as content near?. .Jchr
was care-frcc, grinning an
-Willard, confident. Ec?en s i;?
get at the negro.
CHOICE SMALL HAMS
A number of very choice Kniall
and shoulders for sale; corn :V..l
smoked with grtcn hickory
Inquire of Sterling Hooper, at
rington Hall Barbershop. CO-tf
seeu corn: nl?o mil-
sorghum, r.ov in and 'or rak
Ocala Ened Store. 5-tf.
It was at first thought that Strap
had met with foul "play, but there was(nan likely have its boats full in fol
absolutely nothing to
The body Was taken to Kendrick.
VEGET ABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask
for Triola Sweets. 22tf
Torreon, April 3. Carranzaistas
led by Gen. Obregon, captured Quer Quer-etaro
etaro Quer-etaro from the Villiasts. Villa aban abandoned
doned abandoned has campaign against Mata Mata-moras
moras Mata-moras and Tampico, sending 30,000
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 by all dealers. Adv.
Complete line of Paas Easter egg
dyes every imaginable color, at The
Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
lowing years. It has been the liveliest
thing in Ocala this winter, causing
hundreds of tourists to visit the city.
The most satisfying box of candy,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Stores only. 22-tf.
Norris Box Candies at the
I Pharmacy are the best made.
Beginning Monday, April 5th
Monday Apples baked on top
stove without water.
Tuesday Whole meal cooked in a
roaster on top of stove.
Wednesday -Waffles baked without
Thursday Beef loaf roasted on top
Friday Pancakes baked without
Saturday Pot roast roasted on top
of stove without water.
We invite all the ladies to come and
have Miss L. Maybelle Cornell dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate to them WEAR-EVER
COOKING UTENSILS and their uses.
Demonstration in morning and aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. It MARION HARDWARE CO.
SEE llitl FARM on the Silver!
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
First of the season Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean. tf
Smoke Cuban Club. 5c Cigar.
Go to Church IVkr ement Wiil Kave Won-
aenui oupport in rurai omraimuies
1 )VKIiTISiX(i in t lie iicwp:umt, secunnir !!k co n
tho telephone companies, Jinuounr-osriits ;i
T 1 I
grange., union and cnii) nre puc.-u-i r. '"on
interest in a iiU ju i,Hi;uv,ti Minonv Jor runu
Orange Judd Fanner savs editoriallv:
"THE RURAL CHURCH HAS HAD ITS SHARE OF CRITICISM
IN RECENT YEARS. SOME OF THE CRITICISM IS J U ST, OUT
MUCH OF IT IS SENSATIONAL AND UNJUST. THAT RURAL
A VITAL PART OF EVERY RURAL COMMUNITY
THERE. CAN BE
NO QUESTION. WITHOUT THEM COUNTRY
LIFE WOULD GO TO RUST AND DESTRUCTION, AND THIS
FROM RELIGION. TO SAVE COUNTRY LIFE, THEN, WE M U ST
SAVE THE RURAL CHURCH, AND TO SAVE THE RURAL.
CHURCH WE, AS INDIVIDUALS, MUST DO OUR PART IN PER PERSONAL
SONAL PERSONAL DEVOTION AND ATTENDANCE.
"The oroblein now before us is this: What can
do to promote this movement and accelerate the church;:
torn of olden davs? The answer is simple. Go to ehureh
ask our neighbors to do likewise and ask minister or pii'
in wdeomirr evervbodv of the eorxiInunitv.,,
NTo make a
each and every
of tliis affair it will be neci
s pastor, tell him of the phm
co-operation and tlien ret generally busy. Let it !.' Icnor.ii in evrf
ehurcli in this bioad land from Pacific to Atlantic, from the hil;r
to the rulf that special services will be arranged ind an lTort
made to have every person in the community attend church.
ASK THE LOAL TELEPHONE OPERATOR TO NOTIFY ALL
SUBSCRIBERS THE TELEPHONE LINES. BY VVCP.D OF
MOUTH, r.Y ANU.UNCEMENTS FROM THE PULPIT, UY NOTICES
IN THE GRANGES, CLUCS AND SCHOOLS LET THE NOTICE GO
OUT THAT THERE IS A GO TO CHURCH MOVEMENT THROUGH THROUGH-CUT
CUT THROUGH-CUT THE COL'NTRVSiDE
THE OCALA BAPTIST CHURCH
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FORi YOUR INSPECTION.
niOME in and see our striking line of snappy, up-to-date Spring and Sum Sum-w
w Sum-w mcr patterns and shades in Worsteds, Cheviots, Serges and Tweeds.
Take your choice. Pick the style you prefer. That's all there is to it. Cur
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 doing business. Its
the ethod that guarantees the utmost clothes value for your money.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
. BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPHIETOilS
II. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocr'a. Fla., rstoffiee as second class matter.
One year, in advance. .... $5.00
Six months, In advance. ... 2.50
Taree months, in advance. . 1.25
On month, in advance. . .
One year- in advance. .... ?S.OO
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, In advance. .... .80
MISS BELL'S VISIT TO MIAMI
Royal Palm where our banquet was
held the waiters were negroes.
Miss Jefferson Bell, who was one of j A Fish Dinner at Ocean Beach
the Star's representatives at the meet- Qn prj(jay We were treated to a
in rr rf ihe "PctAa Press Association fich rHnnpr nt Miami Beach, which
at Miami, gives us the following in
teresting description of her visit:
An Interesting I rip
Having accepted. the honor of serv serving
ing serving as one of the Star's represen representatives
tatives representatives at the recent meeting of the
State Press Association at Miami, I
am glad to have an excuse for telling
the readers of the Star something
aKMif ah t vl5f tn wnnHftrful Miami.
UUM M V ..M.w w v
My immediate party went to Palat Palat-ka
ka Palat-ka over the Daylight Line operated
by Mr. Carmichael and ,we had a
jnost delightful trip on the river. The
entire trip to Miami was one of in in-trpst
trpst in-trpst nnH treasure. At Palm Beach
we had fascinating glimpses of life j
1 was served in the casino fronting the
Atlantic. Here one and one-half mil million
lion million dollars have already been expend expended
ed expended and it is intended by the promo promoters
ters promoters to make this the residence sec
tion of Miami. We went out in au automobiles,
tomobiles, automobiles, across a bridge two and
one-half miles long built across Bis-
cayne Bay. The original key has
been enlarged by the sand dredged out
in deepening the bay and there are
now several thousand acres of land
which has been platted and laid out
with parks and drives, planted with
cocoa palms, Australian pines, the ever-present
and beautiful hibiscus, and
Swill become one of the beauty spots
of the world. Homes are being built
at that famous resort. We saw the
noted Breakers, the Royal Poinciana
and charming Whitehall, the home of
Mr. Flagler, the wizard who dreamed
a wonderful dream and devoted his
life and his fortune to making it
At Miami we were met by the com
mittee who distributed badges and as
sisted us in locating ourselves com
fortably. From the moment we reach reached
ed reached Miami until we left, we were made
to feel the warmth of generous hos hospitality
pitality hospitality and no unpleasant incident
marred our" stay. ;
The meetings of the association
were held in the beautiful home -of the
Elks, where comfort, luxury and
beauty conspire to make it an ideal
place for such meetings. The Star Star-has
has Star-has already published accounts of the
meetings and has told of the election
of Mr. Codrington as president of the
association, the selection of Kissim Kissim-mee
mee Kissim-mee for the next meeting place and
of the harmonious and interesting
sessions of the convention. For my
own part, the beauty and charm of
Miami overwhelmed me to such an
extent that my representative duties
sat lightly upon me and I abandoned
myself to the sheer enjoyment of be being
ing being alive in this place of dreams made
The Place of My Dreams
Long: have I dreamed of Miami
smiling under a tropical sky and I
found it just as I had dreamed it
just as I wanted it. We wandered
along fascinating streets, past hand handsome
some handsome places where cocoa palms kept
guard and stately royal palms held
their court, past hedges of crotona,
scarlet and bronze and here and there
a bougainvillia; covering a pergola or
pruned into a tree of brilliant color,
on through mazes of entrancing
beauty, and suddenly we came upon
the fairest view I hope to see -Biscayne
Bay shimmering through a
grove of .palms -the magnificent ho
tel Royal Palm and its beautiful
grounds to the right and white-sailed
boats, all manner of intimate looking
craft, along the shore. Here again
everything is just as I wanted it to
be. All of Miami: is satisfying and
Mere words cannot convey to your
mind half the charm of the life and
color of. the place. All is harmonious,
restful, beautiful. One is impressed
with the thought that all of Dade ;
county is living up to the beautiful
standard Mr. Flagler gave the sec sec-,
, sec-, tion when he set his luxurious hotel
in a grove of palms facing Biscayne j
Bay and planted its parks with all
manner of rare and beautiful tropical
. plants and led you up to it through
stately Washington walk, where al-
. ternately mingle cocoa and Washing Washington
ton Washington palms, their regal crests lifted
high in serene contemplation of Bis Bis-cayne
cayne Bis-cayne Bay. The same general tones
of color, the brilliant hedges, the
tiled roofs, the stately palms, the
flaming bougainvillia s extend into the
country, "miles and miles away and
wind on ud the coast. : Hedges of
crotons, hedges of oleanders, hedges
of hibiscus, avenues of Australian
pines, miles and miles of them, and j
one never tiresof their beauty.
The life seems to flow buoyantly
on. All are eager, all are unanimous
that there is ho place half so beau-!
tiful, none so to-be-desired in all the!
land. It is that feeling that has
jUaUC tuc bvVKli list. ttuuui-i fv.v w. j
here and water front lots are difficult
to obtain even at fancy prices. One
cannot imagine anything more beauti
ful ,than this place, surrounded ,by
Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic and
arched over with the clearest of trop
ical skies. A large hotel will be built
here and it cannot fail to become a re
sort without equal.
Dade County's Splendid Roads
It is worth a trip to Dade county to
see the magnificent roads that make
automobile trips a thing of joy. There
ing a trip to Davie Farm, in the Ever- i
glades. Here a limitless stretch of op- j
en country, with soil like another!
Egypt, waits the millions that will j
eventually make their homes there, j
To me this mysterious section i3 sac-;
red and wonderful. I was privileged
to know and understand how much j
heart and life Governor Broward, Mr. I
McLin and Mr. Croom put into the ad administration
ministration administration of their trust in the mat matter
ter matter of reclaiming the Everglades. It
is pathetic that none of them lived to j
see the fulfilment of the dream to I
which they clung a fruitful land
filled with a contented people. Going
up the canal one man said to me,
"Well, after all, old Broward was
right about the Everglades." And I
answered, "I always knew he was
A State Reservation and Monuments
There should be a reservation made
by the state of Florida in the reclaim reclaimed
ed reclaimed lands and here should be set mon monuments
uments monuments to these men, Napoleon B.
Broward, Benjamin E. McLin and A.
Church Croom, and as they pass to
their rest, to W. S. Jennings and the
other trustees of the Internal Im
provement Fund during the Jennings
and Broward administrations, when
the drainage fight was made and
won." These were men who stood at
their posts of duty unmoved by crit
icism, striving for the accomplish
ment of a great trust and a dream
and their names should be kept in
perpetual memory. They were men
who had seen a splendid vision and
carried it enshrined in their hearts.'
An Afternoon in the Everglades
At the Davie Farm very interesting
experiments are being made by the
land company owning it with a view
of ascertaining what crops are best
adapted to the soil and the climate.
We saw cotton, sugar corn (ready, for
the table in March) 'tobacco, pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, alfalfa, foreign and native
grasses, fruits and many varieties of
vegetables and many interesting
plants and flowers. The growth was
luxuriant and the yield heavy. The
soil is black, porous and is easily
worked. The ladies of the party went
up the canal in a boat while the men
It saves considerable time and money to pay by check and you have the
satisfaction of knowing that you are making the most business like settlement.
the ci it ct it cor;
Fifth Judicial Circuit
of Florida, la nti fsr
ty In Chancer-.
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flliM & CHilBLISS RATIO
John H. Taylor und John
DoIr? Business as O,
t u ri n sr Co m pa n 5. Co t
reter Bog-ardus, et al., if
Suit to Quiet Title.
It appearing from te "
the s'.v'orn bill of the tu .
the above styled cause tr ,i
that there are persons in r.
- property involved in sue
'. than the known defe?, r:
f names are unknown ? 7
: ssiJ complainant thcr n ; r ;
relief against .such ur -t.
i ants, it if therefore rler t
parties claiming an iiiler t its
lowing de.-cribed proper. v.
ilarlcn county, Floriia, :.-.-.;
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r 23 t;
i o:n s.t. nw cornt r
of see 23, tp 16 s. r 2Z e, enit at-') ft,
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of nw1.; of ?ec 2S t; 16 .s r 23 c, e K :
ft. 421 ft. w 1005 ft. n A2d ft to p o b;
Se'i of sec 2 4 tp 16, s r 23 c;
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Ne'i. J-ec 2, tp 17 s, r 24 e;
of seU of swU. jrec 2, tp 17 s,
r 24 e;
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are four hundred miles of these roads went up the hike" on foot and met
m the county and more will be built. us at the home of Mr. Veeley, the
The finest of these roads are those
which have been oiled and are smooth
superintendent. Here were gathered
a number ot ladies who live in the
and free from dust. They stretch Everglades, who assisted Mrs. Veeley
out in all directions, past towns, jn distributing flowers and serving
through avenues of palms and Aus- punch and cake. We spent a delight-
tralian pines and hedges of oleand- fu.. hour here with cultured women
ers and hibiscus and into the iLver- and refined surroundings where a few
glades. years atro Indians hunted their erame
The Everglades : ; from island to" island,
We devoted one afternoon to mak-1 swamps and marshes.
In An Italian Garden
Will yield big crops of corn, cane.-cowpeas, velvet beans, rape, peanuts, kmizu, pn!ivv,s ;-tusj
besides raising Bermuda, Rhodes, Para, Natal and other grasses for hay and pasture. With ai
these crops available, cattle, sheep and hogs can have green food the year round.
Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of
Lake Okeechobee Are Nov Ready for Cultivation
These lands do not need draining other than small ditches necessary on any farm. Make a trip
to Okeechobee on the new division of the Florida East Coast Railway without delay, and see for
yourself just what these lands are. Note that Okeechobee is now only a trine over twelve hours
journey from Jacksonville.
Investigate This Wonderful Country While You
Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your Farm
You will find it unexcelled for general farming, livestock and poultry raising and for growing all
kinds of vegetables common to Florida as well as the finest citrus fruit. This town and country
will grow at an amazing rate during the next few years. We also have evcellent land and town
lots at Chuluota and Kenansville the former a fine lake section in Seminole County .suited to
fruit growing, trucking and general farming, and the latter a fertile pine land country in Osceola
County especially adapted to stock raising, general farming and fruit growing. Write today for
full particulars to
J. E. INGRAHAM, Vice-President
Land and Industrial Department, Florida East Coast Railway
Room 200 City Building ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
of 5-e 5 i St
of seli wf-t of river, stc
tn 1C r 2 4 e:
w'4 of nvr'i, sec 26. t" 16 r 2i e;
Sv .vec 25. tp IS s, r 24 e;
Ne4, ec 29,' tp 16 s. r 24 e;
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! of .ee1, of sec 21, tp 16 s. r 2 4 e, w 20
ens, s v.xr ens, e z cn. n ..e. ens;
SeU of sw'i, sec 24. tp 16 s, r 24 e;
Sw'i of ne!i of awU. -cc 24. tp IS s,
r 24 a;
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N w of swU. sec 12. tp IT s, r 4 e:
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rud--. 10 r w 2 2 ru.'s, s l.s roi,
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n 15 rt-Js. e 38 V rol. n 25 rois, 1' -rMl.
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chs. 6.28 chs. s 12. i?
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r. 13 2-8 rods e of rsw corner oi
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southeasterly to center oi se'i of
northeasterly to pt 13H-S rc 1
northeast corner of .e'i -? r. vv v.
.oQ rhe. e 20 ens.
Xe'i cf nw!i, sec 14, tp l & r e ;
Nw'.i of ne't, sec 14. tp !t s, r Zl e:
4 of wi- of nfii ;-ec 14.
tp 17 s r 24 e;
SeU of r.eli: e5i of mv4
1 i. tn 17 r 24 e;
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r 2 r :
r 2 5 e;
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Npi, of n?l4. sec 14, tp 17 5,
Nv'4 of ijwU. 28. t? 17
k.. i (if rspii. sec 21. tn 17 s,
are require.! toaprear to the bill
coiiipJaSnt tiled ;sraln?t then a h--fore
Tih Day of June, A. I. te15
th.e Fame being; a rn!- 'Jsy; tlvt tl;'.
order shall be published once kxc;s we?-:
for twelve conft'CU! i e weeks in Xhfi
I Oca la Kveninsr itar, a novspepr
j lit'.u-.l in the county of Marion, -' tale cu
U;ITXE?S the Honorable W. lui lui-loek.
loek. lui-loek. indue of the said, court sr.J I. il il-Nuirent.
Nuirent. il-Nuirent. clerk, and toe -eal thereof, at
Ceal3. Marion county. Florida, trti
IStH dav of March. A. D. 1515.
(Ct. Ct. Heal) 1'. lb NUOCNT,
Cleric Circuit Court, Marion
terestins- and beautiful plants and As we neared the springs a charming j i thk cincurr coi ht of tiik
through growths pleased us and occasionally voman leaned toward me and said; Fifth Judicial circuit f Fion.m,
enough to keep our interest alert, we i gently, ..-.w
found alligators, turtles and water : "Well, this is the end of a perfect day, The eiark-iiay. Johnson Company,
mncracinc snVninP1 thpmsplves on IOCS, i Near the end Of a jOUrney, tOO, Comnrntinn Pnmr.I.i inant. versus
In Miami one feasts the senses as Solitary limkins and herons f ed along j But it bears a thought that is big and ; Grayand Qlhers Dffen l.
Florida. By M. i. Cocidar
wpTI jc! tViA hnHv. Wp fminrl thpmnst. . . .... ... i StrontT.
. r . the river banks and looked witn in- w;v. wish thnf. i kind and true.l ants
ffl n Rn
ft i. i I
fascinating tea garden known as the
Italian Garden in the middle of a
large department store. Here under
a charming pergola tiled with red
terest at our passing. At Carmichael's j pGr memory has painted this perfect; To the Florida Southern Railway Coin--landing
the deer settling themselves I day nany, a Kaiirdad Corporation, Jn-
v, ;U4- d c tV,r-rt,1(rK With Colors that never fade, j corporated Under the laws of the
iho riii5lr nnrl the monn rose over the
and overhung with wistaria in full toU cypress trees and lighted our way. ; The gQul of a friend we,ye made j
We are showing a very strong
line of the very newest shapes
at only '. r-;'..,.;.
of course we have others, some
as low as
Our line of
is by far the best selected ever
shdwn by us. We have a good
! HI i
We are showing a good num number
ber number in a Palm Beach Trouser
that is well made and the price
Come to see our Men's Store,
it will pay you.
An Tn Teonle of Miami mav I we make
. w X- X I
have individual troubles. They do not;
nrmpar to have anv nublic ones. It
is "all together for Miami!" and theyj
have made it the cleanest, loveliest,
most fascinating place in Florida. We
saw no flies, no mosquitoes, nothing
but beautiful alluring things". Ne
groes are not permitted to live in or
own property except m a section
known as Colored-town. Here they
have their homes, stores, bank, hotels!
and churches and other buildings, j
None are permitted to drive cars in
Miami, none loaf on its streets. Oc
casionally one sees a hack driven, by
a negro and finds them as porters and
servants. Generallv -sneakinrr. the I
hotels employ white help. At thejQ
F3A n PAfsP
r 'VP 1 v iK
flower, among handsome crotons and
fresh flowers one finds the daintiest;
serving possible and at very mod moderate
erate moderate cost. In a Eoman bath a gen genial
ial genial frog spouts water, and a large
turtle suns himself. Near by a
saucy canary swings in his basket
above a charming stand with flowers
in glass holders and leads the orches orchestra
tra orchestra of canaries that floods the air
with melody. The place is so charm
ing, the food ho good, the salads so
perfect one loves to linger over a
Sunrise on Biscayne Bay
All too soon our stay came to an
end and it was with genuine regret
that we turned our faces homeward.
Our train left at sunrise and as we
left the station we looked toward, the
bay and saw the eastern sky aflame
with the morning. The sun rose be
hind battlements of sand colored
clouds, touched with crimson and edg edged
ed edged with gold. Biscayne Bay caught
up the flaming, palpitant light and
lay a gleaming rosy mass of glory.
Higher rose the sun ancl I listened
for the shout that should herald such
glory the glory of the Lord and his
wondrous works such glory as I
have not seen before! The whole east
was bathed with it and a path of
splendor lay across Biscayne Bay.
My heart ached with the magnificence
of it and my soul was hushed and
awed with its grandeur.
With such a sight to inspire daily
it is not strange that the people of
Miami have conquered a wilderness
and planted a city fair beyond the
dreams of men in its midst nor
strange that they have wrested the
land from the monstrous hand of the
sea and are building another place of
dreams, past a land-locked bay, where
the Atlantic lies like a molten sap
phire at its feet. They have lifted up
their eyes to such sunrises, their souls
"Have ranged the summits of
Life is a lordlier hope;
And estranged in secret
And at heart from all control,
Walk in the wide, new futures
Of the soul charged
As with incommensurate powers.
The End of a Perfect Day
Returning to Falatka, we again
spent a day loitering up the rivers,
homeward bound on the handsome
new boat, the Silver Springs, operated
by the Daylight Line. The weather
was perfect and the passengers a con congenial
genial congenial party of people who were en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic over the river, trip. The
Silver Springs is new and her ser service
vice service excellent. Captain Welier Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael is in charge of this boat and
looks well, after the comfort and
pleasure of his passengers and this
trip was one of the most delightful
of our experiences. Most of the pas
sengers were tourists and they were I
all charmed with the trip. The river j
banks are invitingly intimate and in-1
If so, resolve to make it brighter and happier
by installing a piano NOW.
How very dull and colorless are the thoughts of home without
music. One may as well try to imagine spring without sunshine and
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 name.
This store is replete with all the varying styles, and our factory
prices and convenient terms of payment bring them within the
reach of all.
Won't you' come in and let us talk the matter over ? We will not
over-urge you to buy.
State of Florida Greeting:
It arpearlnjr from the return of the
Hon. John 1. Galloway, sheriff of Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, and the affidavit
of II. M. Hampton, solicitor for the
complainant in the f-oregolnj? cau.-e, that
you have failed and neglected io elect
officers or appoint agents in the .tate
of Florida, and if any officers or agents
exist in the state of Florida, the same
are unknown, and that there is no per person
son person In the state of Florida upon whom
service of process could be made to
bind you, the said Florida Southern
Railway Company, a railroad corpora corporation
tion corporation incorporated under the laws of the
state of Florida.
Therefore you are hereby ordered to
.be and appear before this honorable
court on the
12th day f April, A. 1. J915
to defend the said action, or judgment
will be entered against you.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for the space of two months in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published In
Marion county, Florida.
' Done and ordered at chambers at
Ocala, Florida, this the third day of
February, A. u. l'.Jlo.
thk rmcriT coir it or the
Fifth Judicial ire i St of Floid ii.s,
Mrim County, li li a eerr.
To Illla 1'.. h:n. Daniel O.
hert W. Crafts, Elliott C,
Fen I". Dixon, Joseph II. Dunn,
X. Dennison, Blanche M. Lvan:;. V,'.
M. Etheridiie, G. W. Eddy, Uror;;
Ti. Finch, Virginia II. "t. Grant,
Matthew Harre, F. VV Hull, ben benjamin
jamin benjamin Humphries, John 11 Hai..
Gunerius Ilierer, l.-abelle Mar.-s-tield.
James Mitchell.' Geors W.
Mitchell, Frank Tonquino 11 e, Jr..
benjamin H. Ferryman, NeIKe
Ilouyh. Frederick A. Smart, J. V.
Simpson, M. J. Blh-ker, 'Mrs. H.
Zaeharias and D. Eacarla-?:
appearing from an affidavit filed
in this court thU day in a tt:t com commenced
menced commenced by John H. Taylor and John H.
Taylor, doinq- business a Oca.! a Man Manufacturing
ufacturing Manufacturing Company, against you as-!
other.-?, that your respective place of
residence are unknown to complainv-.t,
tJie affiant; that you ani a;,si of yu
are over the a-e of twenty-one yt4.ru:
and that there 1 no prt-rcn lr V.i
state of Florida service of sa1?poeni
upon -whom vvould bind you, or either
Now, therefore, you and cacri of yen
are commanded to 'appear -before thw
honorable court on
Mnnday, Ajsrll TAh, A. D.
to answer to a "bill of complaint, ex
hibited airaint you in i'1 taid
.jonn 11. layior, an; jo ,.n a. i-j
lor. doinar busine..- as Ocala M-j.-'iac- i
turinjr Company, and to .do ft
. ( r
i a, 1 1
W. S BULLOCK j and' receive what the. said ccmrt ia
uljre of the Circuit Court of the Fifth have tonsSdered in trat hf.tM other
Judicial Circuit of Florida. wise the complainant .wi.l rroce- :
. ft IS"
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MA It 1 OX.
I hereby certify that the forearoine; is
a true and correct copy of the original
order of publication, as the same ap appears
pears appears on tile in my offp---.
Ocala, Florida, this February Crd,
1915. GSeal) I H. XL'GKXT,
Clerk of tr.e Circuit Court of Marion
by M. U. GODDARD.
S'-G-St-sat Deputy Clerk.
IV TIII1 CIHCtlT COL'HT OF TIIH
l'lftli Jndiclnl CirMiit t Florida,
Marlon County In Chancery.
To Feter bog-ardu.--, Jnoh C. Goeole, A.
J. Sutton. Addle It. bowls, Ld. N.
llcker.or Trustee, Mattie Grundy,
Bessie Alien, George b. Finch,
James Mcintosh, W. I Clark, Geo.
Vv'. Andrews. It'noda Newman, John
A. Graham, 11. 17. Pendarvis, W. A.
Wlllard, C W. Willard, JMward
Elder, George C. Ingram Edward
Boot. Mattie E. Wright, barton
U'-st Henry Vet, V. If. boberts.
Jane II West, Iiur.a J. Holeomb,
Kate Henderson, John G Fi.-k,
Charles I Harvey. Annie Simpson,
Xel-on H. Roger-, George W. Tiopr-
ers, Y. G. Albro. Emily M. Allen.
! Henry M. Newman. Georgda V.".
j h'tieff, F. Q. brown. Trustee,
f it apnearin'-r fro n an affidavit filed in
this court thijr da v in a suit (omnicne-
erl by John ii. Taylor and John H. Tay- j
lor doinur bu.lne.s a. Ocala .Manufac-
taring Company- -aatnst y ou and
joliiers. that your respective places of
' re-ddence are -iTiknown to complainant.
the afhsr.t: that you and each of you
are over the a.ae of t vent j--one years:
and i.'iat there !.- no iern in the
state of Florida --ervice of subpoena
upon whom would bind you or either
Now. therefore, you and each of you
are commanded to appear before this
honorable court on
Mondar, May 17th, A. I. 191.,
to answer to a biil of comjdaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited asriinst you in the said court
bv JiAzn 11. Tavior and John IT. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor doirtr bn:-2ne? Orala Manufacturing-
Company, and to do further and
receive what the Fahl court .haH nave
considered in that behalf, otherwise
the complainant will proceed ex part.
it i- further ordered that a copy of
thi order hall be published once a
week for eisrbt consecutive weeks in
the Ocala EverHn; .iar. a newspaper
published in '-aid county and state.
V. TTNKi-'S the Honorable W. b-)l-i-.id.re
of said c'jrt and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the ?eal thereof, at
further ordered .that a co::y cf
thH order shall be publiued one? a
week f eiht consecutive weeks in
the Ocala Evening ta,r, a r.e-wspaper
ju Wished in said county and Htat.
Witness the HonoraLi W. ii bul bul-lck,
lck, bul-lck, judge of said court, end V. II.
'uent. clerk, and the teal thereof at
Ocala. Marion county, Fieri hi. this tu
0 th dav of February, A. P. Til 5.
(Clerk's Seal) P. H. NUGENT. NUGENT.-Ork
Ork NUGENT.-Ork Circuit Court, Marion County,
bv M. E. God lard. Ik C.
L W. DUVAU
Solicitor for ComplainacL 2-S-St-at
THK CIHCLIT COf.IlT OF THE
Viftk jDtiiclal CiftBlt of tie txcte
of Florida, la sii for 3ffl
Cotiaff, la f'fesnerf.
11. Taylor and
Dolza I5y.sine.is as Ocala
turir.jr Company, Corplalnur.t,
Albert W. Craft-;, et ah, Dcf
ants Suit to Quiet Title.
It anpearim? from the a ff. davit
tae sworn bill of th cvmpu.ir.an-: srs
the above styled cause that he I e II eves
that there are perj.n faterfei'-ted in
ther than the kc-xa dex
in voi ve i
whose n-ameH are unknown
and the said complainant therein
inir for relief afrainst such u::
defendants', it is therefore ordered
ail parties elaiminx- an tntert-.5t ')
following described property, itjate
in Marion countv. Florida. to-'-'it:
EJs of ne',4. wi ut neU : rrA
it a. ',
r.wA ox t--
7 .e'Uth, ra;
Ns. of n'j and .esi of rte
1Z. tow.n-h.ixi 17 south, -rats are
N;2 "f ne1 of nws and
neJ4 of nw'i. section 24. town
Nw' of nw'4; ne- or sw
-14. section Zi.
ran ire "ZA east-
and ot sel, sectin 27. township ;
17 outh, ranjre 2 east. ;
N-A'U of wv. section 29, ton
17 outb, ran; 24 eat.
Of 8W'U. SSCtioTi 21, tow?
17 youth. rar.r?e 24 east.
'., and I
i;u of en
24. to-,vnsr,ip it south, ritv.j.
Nw' of ne'i; ni cf n
s w 1 i ; a nd n H of se t :
township 17 outb, ran re i.
Are bereby reou i r- i jo
th bill of complaint -1
on or before the
:Jnl Dav of Mar, A. I
th ."it me 1 'n & r1.1 '1 C
ordf-r hall b p.:;s..-;
S t :?
E vvn n rr
Ocala. Marion county. FlorHa. this the j lock, judce of : le -13th
dav of March, A. D. bE". s H. Nupent. v 1 1:,
(Clerk's S' al) P. H. NUGENT, i At Ocala. Man n v
Clrk Circuit Court Marion County, j the 6;h da of l -PinrMa.
Rv M. E God lard. D. C. f Clerk's- r- r
- 4 j-i1
Florida, bv M. E. God lard, D. c
L. Vv. DITVAI
Solicitor for Complainant.
Fibh globes, The Murray Company.
bv m. n.
Solicitor for Co:r-.
OCA LA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1915
::;:i::;::::rrn;:;;;:i;:ii:i:i;i:::;s:::i::ii:iitt 7trn?iurrr7 :tr, t
1 " -i i
SUNDAY DINNER 50c
Chicken Soup with Rice
Celery Olives Mixed Pickle
- Boiled Bass, Egg Sauce
Roast Stuffed Chicken 6iblet Sauce
' Lettuce Salad
Rice Pudding, Vanilla Sauce
Cocoanut Custard Pie
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
New SSiapes AffMes Daily
Ocala's Fastest Growing Store
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone IOC)
Social Calendar for Easter Week home. She visited her sister in
Easter Monday is a day devoted to Barnesville, Ga., and while there took
children's pleasures and several egg j a musical course at the Barnesville
: hunts will make the afternoon happy j College.
I for a large number of tots, among
them being the Episcopal Sunday; Miss MacKay the Honor Guest at
school's annual party at the home of i Luncheon
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cullen. I The initial party, of a series of
TuesdayMiss Helen Brown will en- ; pre.nuptial affairs to be given in
tertain the Tuesday afternoon auction j corapiiment to Miss Bessie MacKay,
club which will be the first meeting ; whose marriage to Mr: W. D. Taylor
since Ash Wednesday. j will be a social event of broad inter.
The reading club will meet with j t Mav 4th. was the luncheon at
? Miss Janet Weathers at 3 o'clock. Iwk tjq Mrv 1 Ann Mr-
Miss Hester Dewey will be hostess Dowell entertained today at their at at-to
to at-to the young ladies' auction club, en-jtractive home on Fort King. avenue.
tertaining it on Wednesday afternoon j The decorations ana details, along
instead of Friday, the regular clubjj the happy cordiality dispensed
day. Her party will be a compliment j by the hostesses, marked the affair as
to her visitor, Miss Beatrice Wein-; onG of the most deiihtful and thor-
eckie of Jacksonville and the guests
will include the club and several other
The Thursday two-table auction
club will meet with Mrs. N. Hickman
at the regular time. At 3 :30 o'clock
oughly enjoyed of the season. The
guests, including only the most inti intimate
mate intimate friends of the bride-elect, were
asked to arrive at 12 o'clock with
needles and thimble. For an hour,
amidst decorations of pretty spring
Thursday Miss Janet Weathers .will flowerS( the merry crowd sewed and
Nature and 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 nurs. Let u
have your custom we deserve it.
callai Ice x IPsieMinigj (C.
entertain at auction for Miss Bessie
MacKay ,a bride-elect. The card
players will be joined at 5 o'clock by
a number of o the hostess' married
Friday Dickison" chapter, U D .C,
will meet with Mrs. B. A. Weathers
at 3 o'clock. The study class will
meet at the Woman's Club at 3:15.
Easter Party for Methodist Sunday
This afternoon at the home of Mrs.
E. P. Rentz the primary department
of the Methodist Sunday school was
given an, Easter party by the teach teachers.
ers. teachers. "
The party was on the porch; unique
and cleverly carried out in detail.
After all the children, in the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood of one hundred, had arrived,
each was directed to go to the bank,
a large box with an opening cut in
the "bottom, over which the word
"Bank" was written, and get their
purses filled with money, which con
sisted of one disk of every color.
Next they were directed to get their
"money" ready to go to the Nickel Nickelodeon,
odeon, Nickelodeon, a room where magic lantern
slides were shown. They next were
told to go shopping for their refresh
ments, cakes and fruit ade. This was
accomplished by their giving a disk
of the same color as that decorating
the booth from which they wished to
purchase. After the refreshment
money was gone they still had some
left and were told to go to another
store, to buy a souvenir. Here were
as many packages as there were child
ren. The souvenirs were baskets of
Easter chickens and eggs. As their
purses were now empty and the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon was nearly gone, they were
told to go to the postoftrce, a booth
similar to the bank, for their mail.
They all received Easter cards.
Making the party such a complete
success were the following teachers
Mrs. G. W. Martin, superintendent,
Miss Susie Ervin, Miss Nan Brooks,
Mrs. S. W. Igou, Mrs. L. A. Snow,
Miss Carrie Peen and Mrs. J. W.
Crosby, superintendent cradle roll
and Miss Martha Kate Rentz, secre
Mr. Charles Duval, the smart young
son of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Duval, was
host last evening to a motion picture
party given as a farewell compliment
to Mortimer Goodwin,, who with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Good
win, left today for his home in Chi
cago. Recently Mortimer entertain
ed at a week-end houseparty a
Woodmar and the, guests last eve
ning included the boys and girls on
the house party, namely: the host
Misses .Callie Gissendaner, Louise
Rentz, Heme Davis, Messrs. Norman
Home and Mortimer Goodwin. Mrs.
Duval accompanied the crowd to the
Temple and when the party returned
she served tempting refreshments.
Miss Bessie MacKay has. as her
fortnight guest Miss Frances Arnold
of Newnan, Ga. Miss Arnold will also
visit Miss Janet Weathers for a fort
night before returning home, which
will be after the Taylor-MacKay
nuptials on May 4th.
chatted, hemming dust cloths, which
when completed were presented the
guest of honor to be used in her new
At 1 o'clock a five-course luncheon
was served in the dining room at four
small tables. Hand painted sweet
pea cards marked the places and at
each plate was a cluster of sweet
peas. The appointments developed a
pink color scheme, the lights being
shaded in pink and pink roses adorn
ing the sideboard and mantle. Lighted
candles lent additional charm.
In entertaining their guests Misses
McDowell were assisted by their
mother, Mrs. W. H. McDowell and
Miss Nellie Gottlieb.
The luncheon guests were Misses
MacKay, Frances Arnold, Eugenia
Fuller, Katharine Scott, Bettie Mc-
Iver, Janet Weathers, Mamie Taylor,
Annie Atkinson, Mrs. J. J. Gerig, Mrs.
Albert Gerig, Mrs. L. M. Murray, Mrs.
James Taylor,. Mrs. G. S. Scott, Mrs.
J. H. Taylor, Mrs. George MacKay
and Mrs. W. W. Condon.
GAIiNf ESVIL1LE, FLOR1 DA
N (SHEET WOOiLMPPy.:; :
COMING APRIL 7TII
MATINEE "Taming the Schrew." EVENING- "As You Like It."
HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS
BENEFIT Um OF F. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
TICKETS ON SALE AT BURNETTS'
$1.00, 75 and 50 cents, Single Attraction
$1.75, $1.25 and $1.00, Double Attraction.
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The Ocala Na
When you deal with this banR you can rest assured that it is always redy
to help you in doing that which.is best for the growth and advancement of
your interests along legitimate lines.
"file OcaSa IS
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MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK of ATLANTA, GA.
Sister Esther Carlotta of St. Au
gustine, president of the Florida
Daughters of the Confederacy, is the
guest of Mrs. D. E. Mclver, arriving
this afternoon from Tampa.- Tomor
row night she will be the guest of
Mrs. E. M. Howard, leaving Monday Monday-afternoon
afternoon Monday-afternoon for Leesburg, to make pre
liminary arrangements for the state
convention to be held there next
month. Sister Carlotta is always ac accorded
corded accorded a cordial welcome in Ocala,
for she has many warm friends in
Mr. Paul Weathers, a senior at Am
herst College, (Mass.) is spending his
Easter vacation in New York, the
guest of his brother, Mr. N. A.
Weathers and wife.
Mrs. I. V. Stevens of Lakeland has
joined her daughter at the home of
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. B.
A. Weathers for an Easter visit.
Mr. and Mrs. WV A. McGuire of
Chicago, who have been domiciled at
the Harrington Hall all winter, have
leased Mr. D. S. Woodrow's home for
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
uuneuL ior service iviuixmLi in aavance. we snail, However, msibt
prompt payments by tne month. Unless payment is made at
THE OFFICE (IF THE CQMPlnY REFflRF Hth OSY OF-HONTH
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.
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 CHER0-C0L A on sale.
We are also bottling a full line of carbonated
Our plant is two blocks south of the square, on
CHERO-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Phone 521;yC'.-:-V'-V Ocala, Fla.
Rally day services with picnic din dinner
ner dinner will be held tomorrow at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church at Blitchton. Among those
who will attend from Ocala will be
Rev. and Mrs. Bunyan Stephens, Dr.
and Mrs. E. Van Hood, Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Anderson, Mr. R.'L. Anderson,
Jr., Mrs. W. A. Goin, Miss Mary
Gates, Miss Marguerite Porter and
Miss Eunice Marsh.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer
have rented the J. M. Neeley home at
North Lake Weir for May and June
with the refusal of July, if their new
lake home js not ready for occupancy
by that time.
Mrs. W. S. West of Valdosta is
visiting- her niece, Mrs. H. A. Reeves
Miss Jean Austin returned today
from a visit of a week with Mrs. R.
D. Dodge at Clearwater.
Mrs. H. A. Ford is planning to visit
her daughter, Mrs. R. T. Birdsey in
Macon, some time during April.
After an absence of nearly a year,
Miss Dorothy Lancaster has returned
"Cleanliness is Paramount"
Jersey milk and Cream
Pasturized. No canned
milks.; Come and see.
HALF GALLONS 90c
Phone Us Now
Special Designs to order for
parties, wedings, etc. Out of
town orders a specialty.
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 223. Ocala. Fla.
Next Door to Theus-Zachry
two months. They will take possession-about
- Miss Blair Woodrow, who is attend attending
ing attending school at the Woman's College in
Columbia, S. C, is the Easter guest
of friends in Charleston, S. C.
Miss Edna Borland of Fort Myers,
who has been the guet of her cous cousins,
ins, cousins, Misses Louise and Ethel Borland
at Citra for six weeks,
Tuesday for home.
LOUIS R. .C0AZAL & SONS
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
As the stone was rolled from the en entrance
trance entrance Of the sepulcher at the dawn of day,
So the doors of your heart can be
If he's allowed to have his way.
This door was guarded by soldiers
Of Roman blood and skill,
But the Angel of the Lord came down
And opened it at his will;
His face shown with a light so bright,
His raiment was whiter than snow, J
And only a touch from his lily white
Was needed to move the door.
Behold! the linen was cast aside,
An awakening then took place;
Christ, Jesus, Lord, who was cruci crucified,
fied, crucified, Walked out of that lowly place.
The Marys came to anoint their Lord
With spices and rich perfumes.
"Fear not," saith the angel unto them, j
"The One whom you seek's not here, j
He hath risen as ordained on the third I
That the prophecy he made clear."
Oh, the joyful tidings they had to
To His loved ones, far and near;
Of 1 the resurrection of Christ the
But many were wrapped in fear,
For few had believed these things
And now that they saw and knew
They remembered the other teachings
Whom they had thought to be untrue.
WTien Easter comes, let us ne'er forget
To commemorate the day
That our Lord arose from out the
Having shed his blood to pay
For the sins of all men here on earth..
Who will open the doors of their i
And let Jesus in to have his way, j
Of each thought and deed take part, i
tool anybody r
in oijjl' Dtxre ;
"W? never I
For Good Wood
BIG Load for 01.
Your Cf der will hare
J mmediate Attention-
J L SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
When you brin a prescription to us we (ill
with exactly what your physician prescribes.
When you buy anything in the dru line from
us it will be exactly what we say it is.
We KNOW the drug business; we are EARNEST
in our work, and
' 44 WE TAKE CARE9
4iif i-Moiiou oIf
J. G- Parrish, Prop.
Then sing for joy through a1.! the land.
For this wonderful transformation,- iUe
Pray for the purer, brighter light ,t
To snme on tne neatnen nation. .;
"Rpfir thA Flnsfpr lilie? in vour hand !'
To bedeck His Bride's altars,
For sweetness and purity they stand,
To show your faith ne'er falters.
Then hail the dawning of Easter
With reioicinsr and with singing.
rvntirm tv nmisc Hi beloved name. J J.
Keep the wild echoes ringing.
Open wide your heart and take him
There to remain alway;
Keep your mind forever imbued with
Why we celebrate Easter day.
io'a rerson 1
: Clean, Fresh, Well Launderc
is a necessity. To supply
cessity is cjuf Uu
402-204 r3. Main iitrttJ
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OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1915
For Velvet Ice Cream Phone 525. tf
K. of P. meet Monday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Council meets Tuesday evening.
Moose meet, Thursday evening.
F. U. of A. meets Thursday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Pythian Sisters meet Tuesday afternoon.
Fish globes, The Murray Company.
Easter cards, The Murray Company.
Messrs. Crosby and Henderson,
Marion's representatives in the legis legislature,
lature, legislature, left today for Tallahassee.
This report, is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min. R. F.
April 1 ......... ....M 47
April 2 Gl 49 .97
Fair tonight and Sunday.
Light frost north portion tonight ;
rising temperature north and central
IBALfl SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(Continued from Third Page)
I AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
j Rev. J. P. McMillan will preach at
1 the morning and evening services.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. I
T. J. Killebrew will be pained to learn
of the critical illness of their young- j
est child, Charles. j
Mrs. A. D. Adcock arrived from St. j
Petersburg last night to be with herj
sister, Mrs. T. J. Killebrew and assist
(Rev. Bunyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday SchooL
11 a. m. Morning service.
Preaching by the pastor.
6:30 p. m-B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. -In the absence of the
Subscribe for your magazines at
The Murray Company. 4-1
It 13 possible that either the Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg or the Citra ball team may be in
Ocala for a game next Thursday.
The Temple had the biggest crowd
of the week last nightit is not on
record that anybody was turned away,
but all seats were taken and many
had to take their turn. The second
installment of "Runaway June," with
other good pictures, was presented,
and the Dixie Amusenfent Co. gave its
usual extra-amusing program. This
company will be at the Temple to tonight
night tonight and will close its engagement
Monday night. It certainly has the
knack of interesting the people.
Messrs. McGary and Hadley are ar artists
tists artists in the amusement line, and Mrs';
McGary's pretty songs have charmed
the audience every evening.
with the nursing of her little nephew, ; Pator a sonS service will be given.
who iso very ill.
Miss Margaret Taylor, who is te
ing in the publrccjiools of ValdostaN
GaM is home (for her Easter vacation.
She is accompaniedbvMJss. Home
and Miss Lucile"-,T?ushman of the
i Georgia City.
A hearty welcome awaits you.
All varieties of seed com; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-ti
Mr. W. L. Goodwin of Eastlake is
among the prominent visitors in the
.city today.-.'; ;
The drugs used in our prescription
department are the best to be had,
and ACCURACY is our watchword.
The Court Pharmacy. f 19-tf.
A large shipment of Norris Candies
just received at the Court Pharmacy.
None better made. 19-tf
Mr. James Law of Brooksville, on
his way to Gainesville, stoppec in the
I city last night for a visit with Mr.
Carl""Sewell, at the Harrington
"bock" or Pabst'a Blue Ribbon on
draft, at Johnny's, 6-tf
SsEi Us foil
Angles and -All
Of All' Kind.
All Hard Woods. 4
Piunps for all
For Boa' Work at all
The Little Trained Nurse says: Get
your Easter egg dyes at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, 5 cents per
: : :
Don Peabody is home for a few
days with his mother and family.
Don is living in Tavares while making
a large abstract for the land com companies
panies companies operating in Lake county.
Miss EazabeUi AMolTTSrTiacken-
sack, N. J., is in the city the attract attractive
ive attractive guest of Miss Mabel Drane.
Mrs. Fred Kelly left today for Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland to join Mr. Kelly. Mr. and Mrs.
Kelly haveJeen4Aj0cala almost three
monthsand their friends hope that
they will soon return.
in the city today on his way toBer toBer-lin,
lin, toBer-lin, where he will be married tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow to Miss Nell Seckinger. TKe
marriage will take place at the home!
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Val M. Seckinger, at 11 o'clock in the
presence of only a few of the close
friends of theSttng couple. The mar marriage
riage marriage of thi younjl couple is the cul culmination
mination culmination of quite la little romance
that beganvlast stinlTrer'wh en Miss
Seckinger was teaching school at
Floral City. Mr. Rooksfs chief dep
uty sheriff of Citrus county, located at
Floral City, where they will reside
after a wedding touiof several weeks
at Green Springs and other South
Florida points. The Star wishes them
a ; long life of happiness and pros prosperity.
(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Preacung.
Subject, "What Easter Implies
2:30 p. m.- Junior League.
3:30 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
All cordially invited.
Chicago, April 3. ?.Iay. wheat clos closed
ed closed at 1.53.
WEAVER'S GOOD WORK
Broksville People Approved of
Talk for the Florida Market Marketing
ing Marketing Bureau
Brooksville 'Argus: As stated in;
our last issue, Dr. R. T. Weaver, of ;
Ocala, representing the Florida Mar- j
keting-Bureau, spoke to the farmers
in the court house last Saturday af-
ternoon at 1:0 o clock. A full at attendance
tendance attendance of farmers were present and
heard the remarks of Dr. Weaver. He
spoke at length on the working or order
der order of the bureau and what it was ac
complishing for the farmers of the i
state. In the course of his talk Dr. i
Weaver stated that the orders for
Strangers farm produce have been far greater!
man tne supply p.iia xnai a gooci aver average
age average was being obtained for the pro
duce shipped, through, the bureau.!
Many useful points were touched by
the speaker which will result in much ;
good for the farmers. The Marketing
Bureau is established to sell and ex
change everything that the farmers
produce, with the exception of citrus
fruits and is proving of much good
to the tillers of the soif in Florida.
An effort is being made to get a large
membership and this effort is meeting!
with success through out the state. j
rAk oiiL lLu v'
A Special purchase ol 200
si M il
nil r .tf vv
iff', r i 1
COURAGE IS COMMON
IN THIS WAR
Smoke Cuban Ciut, 5c Cigar.
Marshal Adams yesterday arrested
a negro woman who had been in the
employ of Mrs. F. R. Bridges, and was
suspected of stealing some jewelry
and valuable plate. She was caught
with the goods and turned over to the
county. ;:' ";'::"- : 0-
W.K. Lane, 31. D. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Noso
and Throat. Law library linllding,
Accompanied by a Star reporter,
Capt. Tom Bridges, who in the dis discharge
charge discharge of his duties has repeatedly
visited every jail in Florida in the last
twenty-five years, inspected the Ocala
city jail yesterday. Captain 1 Bridges
indorsed the Star's opinion that the
jail was about as x:lean as it was pos possible
sible possible to be. He also agreed with the
Star that it was impracticable to take
out the cage with its cells, as any man
with a tool which could be passed in
thru one of the windows could easily
pick his way out.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
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. Wallis or phone 97. 2-Qt
East Broadway Church
Disciples of Christ
(Roy B. Bowers, Minister)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Dr. R. T. Weaver, superintendent.
11 a. m. Sermon.
"Will Christ be Raised from the
Tomb in Which Europe has Buried
Him ? An East6r sermon.
7:45. p. m.: "A Seared Conscience."
Church annual and home-coming,
AViril 23rA- S r m
J t I T 1 T nr T- T- 1 1-
L. lonaon, Jan. every nngusn-
iiens ciass oi ueiigious investigation man knows how to die bravely. The
iueets every Sunday at tne xuast aim ju.nitaii u'cia
Broadway church at 10 a. . Also uout oA ds'parade. It is the I
monthly meetings with prepared pro- men who sicken and die in the
gram. trenches, or at home after an arduous!
M Wfcrt C-M 4-1 4- Ml V ClffVlVAfVltf m. s m
a nt jt t
Fasten Services at Grace Church tu xes are iuunub ux bucu
. i men uemxiu tne uuuie lilies unu weiu
Easter Services at Grace church to the front without the strong con
will be as follows: 1 shtution and good pure blood to with-
Organ prelude, Easter Dawn (Will- s the deprivations, the hardships ;j
. of the camnaitrn in Belgium and I
S r v ? i ill i
m, iim rs wm me.mmm
TTv iTTs 11 fit n f : 4
m -mt V. il ttf
enables us to offer for these
days a real SI. 59 value for
ft w ...
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Processional hymn No. 109,
come Happy Morning.
Easter anthem, Christ's
Te Deum (Von Baskirk.)
Holy communion (Staimon).
Introit hymn, Christ the Lord
Hymn No. 112, Alleluia.
of the campaign in Belgium and
France. It s a warning that we should
pay strict attention to our stomach,
liver and blood, if one is all out of
sorts he should take an invigorating
tonic and alternative such as Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
which cures diseases of the stomach
and organs of digestion and nutri nutrition.
tion. nutrition. It eliminates from the blood
a foundation for sound, physical
health. Fifty years aero. Dr. Pierce.
An sizej ji i KjQk
Only Two Dresses to a Customer
Look at the Window
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 Yveli locacedand 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
JACiiSOnVILLE j FLORIDA
tti ni V7
Hincs, Ala. "I must confess", snys
Mrs. Eula Mae Rsid, of this place, "that
Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done ma
a gres. deal of good.
Befdre I commenced usins? Cardui," I
would spit up everything A ate. I had a
tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was
irregular. I could hardly drag around,
and would have severe headaches con con-.tlnuously.
.tlnuously. con-.tlnuously. ,-':;.- .-.v-'A--
Since inking Cardui, I have entirely
quit spitting up what I eat. Everything
seems to digest all right, and 1 have
punea 10 pounds in weight."
If you are a victim of any of the numer numerous
ous numerous ills so common to your sex, it is
wrong to suffer.
For half a century, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving just such ills, as is proven by the
thousands of letters, similar to the above,
which pour into our office, year by year.
Cardui is successful because it is com composed
posed composed of ingredients which act specifically
on the womanly constitution, and helps
build the weakened organs back to health
" cad strength.
Cardui has helped others, and will help
you, too. Get a bottle today. Yoa
Mr. H. C. Groves is en route to New
York City to transact business and to
visit his son, Mr. Henry Groves.
- Mr. J. H. Brinson, who has been at attending
tending attending a meeting of superintendents
of public instruction in Live Oak this
week, returned home today.
jjr. o. i. untcn was in towiKyes towiKyes-terclay,
terclay, towiKyes-terclay, inviting alj his friends to at
tend services at piitchton tomorrow.
The Blitchton pelple are going to
have a great day 'at their church, and
a number of Oclla people intend to
Mr. T. J. Sherouse is representing
Citra in the county's metropolis to
iry one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Editor Collens and Mr. Nathan
Mayo of Summerfield were in town
won't regret it.
Your druggist sell;
Writs to i Chattanooga A'ei'dne Co...Lau'es' Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga, Tenn fesf ttpcciql In In-ttructions
ttructions In-ttructions on your case and 64-page bock. ''Hotra
Vre&tsent for Wox?n,"sent in plaun wrapper.
'Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUuD, DELIVERED
Ccala lee & Pacldng Co.
The Secret of a Good Figure
r often lies tn the brassere- Hundreds of thousand of women
; wear the Dien-Joiie CrasMere for the ronton tint they regard
it as- Decfsir' as a corset.. It supoorts the bust and back
and s;ives the f:s:ure the youthful oatiine fashion decrees.
' are the daintiest, most serviceahVe
fTTT IT? ffarmenta imaginable. Only the
nn'i Pcirnr d stance, "Walohn". a UexibJe hon-
Uicnoo ins: cf great dorabitity absolutely
nistlei.; permittiaj? laundering- without removal.
Thyoome in all styles, and your local, Dry Good dealer
will them to you on request. If hedoes nott arry thora.
he cfn easily (?et them for you by writinr to ns. Send for
an illustrated booklet showing: styles thatare in hih favor.
BENJAMIN" & JOHNES
trect Newark. N. J.
f III '" ; ' i5E
hi t 'i0 Varren Stre
FR 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 RENTTwo connecting rooms,
furnished; one, two or three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
at residence of Mrs. A. M. Perry,
Herbert street. 3-18-tf
Recessional hymn No. 115, The Day of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In In-of
of In-of Resurrection. stitute, at Buffalo, N. T., found that
certain hnrlcs Jinn rr.cir.s mnnnrnrrnr-
Children s services will be held in ed hy u&inz c!ycerine without the use
the afternoon. At that time the Sun- of alcohol or opiates, made into a con-
day school pupils will hand in their centra ted extract, which he called Dr.
t t Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
- maae a sumuiaung tonic lor tne
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"The Store You Need"
North Ocala Union Sunday School
simulation of the food and eradicat
ed stomach, helped the digestion and
u 0 j 0 OA dispelled poisons fro mthe blood. This
Meets every Sunday afternoon 2:30 is Cure's cure for indigestion, and
o'clock. If you can't come, be sure by correcting the stomach, and there-
to send a substitute.
by feeding the blood on pure mater
ials, the red blood corpuscles are m-
rYAJi5pr1 nnrl Krvrlv sf iVUcliorl in n
WHAT O C A LA WANTS healthy state. No one suffers from
A Statement from One of Our Well- catarrh who 'has plenty of red blood
Known Citizens I corpulscles, nd a good digestion.
Stop right 'here this is the proof Catarrh in all its forms is a stagna-
you've been seeking. Mr. Ashley, a tion of the blood. Introduce pure red
well-known Ocala citizen, gladly blood into the system by taking the
states his opinion of Doan's Kidney Medical Discovery" and health is as-
Pills for the benefit of his fellow surea. aqv.
townsmen. His story is one you can
easily investigate. Read it. A CUREFOR SOUR STOMACH
iH. J. Ashley, prop., or the Ashley
Sheet Metal Works, Ocala, says: "I Mrs. vm. M. lhompson, of battle
,csA nnnr,', 'xz Mna it t i t a TrA Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been
at Grerig's Drug Store, and
them to be just as represented.
sonn relieved me of backache and well, ihese tablets are splendid none
better." ror sale by all dealers. Adv.
XOUnd I o -Vl rtrtA Vi-i A VifoaVi A -f ay tnl-inff fnrn
bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets I am
FOR RENT Furnished room with all
conveniences in private family,
three blocks from courthouse on Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue; xvery reasonable to
a permanent occupant. Address,
"Room," care Evening Star. 24-6t
LOST Between Mrs. Pillans' and
Mrs. Sexton's residence a karat
diamond, which dropped from ring.
Suitable reward will be paid to the
finder by returning to the Star of office.
fice. office. 3-30-tf
FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs for hatching. H. S. Wesson,
Ocala, Fla. 3-30-lm
FOR SALE Buff Orpington eggs,
"Florida" strain, bred for winter
eggs first. $1.50 per 15. R. B.
Bowers, Ocala. 3-6t
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
disordered kidneys. I think if taken
as directed, Doan's Kidney Pills, will
cure most any ordinary case of kid
ney complaint and I don't hesitate
giving my name praising them.'
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Ashley had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 1
Of the Ownership, Management, Etc.,
Required by the Act of August
Of Evening Star, published daily ex except
cept except Sunday at Ocala, Fla., for April
Editor, J. H. Benjamin, Ocala, Fla.
Business Managers, R. R. Carroll
and Port V. Leavengood.
Publishers. R. R. Carroll and Helen
3. Bittinger, widow of the late C. L.
, Owners: R. R. Carroll and Mrs.
Helen J. Bittinger, widow of the late
C. L. Bittinger, deceased.
Known bondholder", mortgagees,
and other security holders, holding 1
per cent or more of total amount of
bonds, mortgages, or otner. securities:
Estate of J. C. Porter, fifteen hundred
dollars, balance on purchase money
chattel mortgage, Ocala, Fla.; Mer-!
genthaler Linotype Co., three hundred
fifty dollars, balance on chattel mort mortgage
gage mortgage on linotype, New York City.
Averaee number of copies of each
issue of this publication sold or dis-
tributed through tne mans or omer omer-wise,
wise, omer-wise, to paid subscribers during the
six months preceding tne aate snown
above: 675. B- R- Carroll.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 1st. day of April, 191o.
(Seal) Mamie E. Fox,
Mv rnmrrtisLsion expires Feb. 12th.
1917. t : :
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Notice is hereby given that the tax
assessment roll for the city of Ucaia
for the year 1915 is completed as the
same will be presented to the city
rrmnril of the said city.
The said tax roll will Ue open for
insrtpction durimr office hours at the
city clerk's office from this date until j
the 2n rl Tuesdav in April, being the 1
! 13th day of said month, on which date j
inf e ,vil- m ihc ctv council will i
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
"We Treat Your Laundry White"
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you Fend them to i: :
Our special machinery
Will last longer and IoA better if
laundered by our up-to-date methods.
this class of work cives the best work that is obtainable Vr
the least possible wear. If we are not new calling for your );u
dry just call PIIOE 21 and let us prove to you that there is
work superior to ours.
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waiver in isimm
" j at 8 o'clock p. m. the city council will
Fine CflSstS 2nd Clirlal KcbeS. Uit as an equalization board to hear
t nTnnl?iint5 Afiimst assessments as
D. E. McIYER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed EmbaK
rnerf and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIXR 101
a V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking OGce .45
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made by the city tax assessor and to
correct assessments of value of prop-
erty. All ccmp a W .uau. v FA- T offr Aryil rrl 1Q1
the citv council in writing on or oe- i a J jiaic JLiiiiitcu iisluuiiuucu aiui-riiii av,
fore the ciiits aioresaia.
the 2nd dav of Anril. 1915.
H. C. SISTRUNK,
City Clerk and Assessor of Taxes of
the City ol ucaia, rionaa. xxi.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
A. W. FnHQT9
13S 17. Cay Street. JACKSOriVILLE. FL.
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