The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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BREAKING THRU THE GARPATHIA

Pctrograd, ''April 5, With Russian
forces holding the Beskid pass and
tne Austrians in retreat southward,
the forces of the czar are being hurl hurled
ed hurled at the defenses of the Uszok pass
today to clear away the last obstacle
to a general advance into Hungary.
No rest is given night or day to the
Austro-German forces. The Russian
steam roller never operated with
greater .force than in. the great battle
raging just-north of Uszok pafcs.
War office officials assert- that it is
not within the power of the .Teutonic
troops to withstand the attacks they
are undergoing. "On to Budapest"
will be the battle cry of the Russians
.when Uszok is captured.",". ;
RESULT OF SUNDAY'S RAID
Bulgarians Carried Away Many Cap-
- lives and Much Boodle V-
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London, April 5. Late dispatches
report about 400 killed in Saturday's
fighting between Serbs and Bulgars.
The Bulgars carried away- a number
of captives and a great quantity of
war booty.
ATTACKED GREEKS ALSO
London,, April 5. It is unofficially
reported Bulgaria has apologized to
Greece for the recent Bulgarian ra!d
into Greek territory.
WACAHOOTA
Wacahoota, March 31. The weather
last week was extremely cold for so
late in the season and the white frost
of the 22nd killed a large pef.certt. of
the early vegetables. But most of the
farmers thru this section are hustlers
and planted their vegetables over at
once. So far we see no injury to the
peach and orange crop. :
Mr. and Mrs.C. R. Curry enter entertained
tained entertained a few friends at supper at
their home Monday night in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Frasier Stokes, of Her Her-kirmer,vN.
kirmer,vN. Her-kirmer,vN. Y. Besides Mr. and Mrs.
Stokes there. was Mrs. M. R. Beck, of
Palatka, Mrs. C. G. Mixon. of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, Mrs. Sara Shuler, ofBatesburgh.
S. C. All are visitors here now and
Miss Rosalie Srnith and Messrs. Ge Ge-dirck
dirck Ge-dirck and Clarence Smith.
A delightful fish fry and picnic was
given on the shores of picturesque
Johnson Lake last Tusday in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Stokes. Owing to the
severe cold weather it was quite! late
when the crowd -assembled. Quite a
nice string of fish were caught and
fried over the camp fire, hot hominy
boiled and potatoes fried to a turn,
and coffee with the many other tempt tempting
ing tempting edibles the lunch basket held,
made a meal fit for a king, -as there
.was everything good' to eat from
chicken pie to strawberry shortcake.
A large log heap furnished plenty of
heat and the crowd enjoyed, talking
and playing cards and rook, while a
few braved the cold and enjoyed a ride
on the placid waters. Those from a
distance not already mentioned as vis visiting
iting visiting here were Mr. and Mrs. L. K.
Edwards, of Irvine, Mrs. W. J. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards and two little sons, of Ocala,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Mixson, Mrs. Lyles
end daughter and Dr. C. G. Mixson, of
Gainesville. ;
Mrs. V. J. Edwards and children,
of Ocala. visited Mrs. Edward's
mother Mrs. V. P. Smith, until Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mr: Edwards motored over from
Ocala after them Sunday afternoon.
Mr." and Mrs. Frasier Stokes left
Thursday to visit relatives in Rochelle
and Gainesville until Sunday when Mr.
Stokes. left for Herkirmer, N. Y. and
Mrs. Stokes returned to Wacahoota to
visit a few days more before she leaves
for Batesburg.. S. C.
Mrs. C. S. Mixson and little daugh daughter
ter daughter returned to their home in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Thursday after a pleasant visit
to friends here. She was accompani accompanied
ed accompanied home by Mrs. M, R. Beck, who will
remain in theUniversity City till Sun Sun-day.
day. Sun-day. "-',''"
Mr. Dick Hodson. Mr. Geo. Gibbons
and Miss Mamie Gibbons, of Archer,
autoed thru here en route to Micano Micano-py
py Micano-py Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. R". C. Epperson and
son, of Williston, were week end visi visitors
tors visitors to Mrs. L. M. Smith. : ;
Mr. J. W. Bradley had the misfor misfortune
tune misfortune to lose a nice horse Friday.
Mrs. J. D. WTatkins and Miss Clarice
and John Barr Watkins, of Micanopv.
were Sunday visitors to Mrs. R. P.
Smith.
Mrs. Chas Mixson and son, Tuno.
and Miss Garrett, of Gainesville, were
Sunday afternoon callers on Mrs. El El-vin
vin El-vin Bruton. Mr. J. F. Bruton accom accompanied
panied accompanied them home to spend a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pedrick and son
Douglass and daughter Miss Theora
Flemming, of Gainesville, were Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon callers at Mrs. V. P.
Smith's.
Mr. J. O. Tyson made a business
visit to Gainesville last Wednesday.

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8STAGLE BETWEEN
II PASSES, THE CZAR'S
BUDAPEST
SUBS HAD
GOOD SUNDAY
SUNK THREE OF THE ALLIES'
v MERCHANT SHIPS"
London. Anril 5. German subma-

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rines sunk three more ships Sunday. !was occupied by Germans.
The Olivene was torpedoed and sunk French attacks in the Argonnes
off the Isle of Wight. The Russian j south .of Vergennes and west of Pont Pont-steamer
steamer Pont-steamer Hermes was sunk in the same a-Mousson were repulsed. The Ger Ger-Iocality;
Iocality; Ger-Iocality; both crews were rescued. mans gained some ground in the La La-The
The La-The Dublin steamer City of Bremen Petrere forest. :
was sunk off Cornwall and four of her A Russian attack on Mariampol,
crew Jost. .", west of the Niemen river, was re-
- : pulsed -with heavy losses.

Ala. Ai lAth UiS AMVVKKl'
Paris, April 5. Airmen damaged
last night the hangar at Berghen
Steagathe. The naval construction
yards were fired at Hoboken and Ant
werp. Two, submarines were destroy-
ea ana a mira aamagea. i ne situa situation
tion situation otherwise is unchanged.
j SUNDAY GAME FOR SUBS
London, April 5. A Dover dispilc1!
today confirms the report that a Kus-
sian bark" was sunk by a German sub
marine in the English channel Sun
day. The crew was rescued by Brit British
ish British destroyers, who pursued the sub submarine.
marine. submarine. ILLINOIS MINERS SUFFER
- FROM AN EXPLOSION
Lichtford, Ills., April 5. The bodies
of six men have been taken from the
Shoal Creek mine. Fourteen are miss missing
ing missing as the result of ah explosion in
the mine this morning.
ANNUAL MEETING OF (
GROWERS AND SHIPPERS j
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To the Members of the Florida Grow Grow--
- Grow-- V ers and" Shippers League:
The annual meeting of the; league
has been set for Wednesday, April
14th, at the Tampa Bay Casino, Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. This comes during the annual
meeting of the Florida State Horti Horticultural
cultural Horticultural Society. The afternoon of
the 14th will be devoted entirely to
citrus canker work. In the evening
there will be the report of the secretary-manager
of the league, to together
gether together with other discussions on the
general policy' of 4-he league. Three
members of the executive committee
will be elected to take the place of Z.
C. Chambliss, Ocala; Dr. J. H. Ross,
Florence" Villa and T. V. Moore,' Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, whose terms of office expire at
that time. We want every member
present if possible.
The following hotel rates have been
made:..:? ' ;
. Tampa Bay Hotel,. American, $4-$5.
.Hillsboro Hotel, European, (2 in a
room) $3-$4.
Bay view. Hotel, European, $1.50,
Tremont Hotel, European, (2 in a
room)$l-$1.50.
DeSoto-Hotel, American, $3-$3.50.
The Arlington, European, $75.
The railroads are going- to give" a
rafe of one fare plus 25 cents for the
round trip. Tickets on sale April 12th
to 15th, with a final limit of April
20th, for" return. :
Yours truly,
LLOYD S. TENNY, Sec. Mgr.
('HOICE SMALL HAMS FOR SALE
A number of very choice small hams
and shoulders for sale; corn fed hogs,
smoked with green hickory wood.
Inquire of Sterling Hooper, at Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall Barbershop. 30-tf
STOMACH TRO UBLE CURED
Mrs. C. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa.,
vrites, "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 wras cured." For
sale by ajl dealers. Adv.

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WILL SWEEP Oil TO
FOUGHT SUCCESSFULLY THE
ENEMIES OF THE KAISER
AND THE PROPHET
Berlin, April, 5. Belgians were re repulsed
pulsed repulsed in a violent attack,, west of the
Yser The village of. Drei Gratchen
AUSTRIA STANDS BY HER ALLY
Vienna, April 5. The Austrian
News bureau officially denies attempt
ing a separate peace with Russia.
VON DEE GOLTZ PREDICTS VIC
TORY
Berlin, April 5. A News .report
says the British battleship Lord Nel-
son was destroyed by Turkish fire
after striking inside the Dardanelles,
I Thirty thousand allied troops have
landed on the Island of Lemnos, pre
paring a new attack on the Darda Dardanelles.
nelles. Dardanelles. The German field marshal,
Von Der Goltz, declares the straits
cannot be forced.
SUNK TWO RUSSIAN SHIPS
Constantmople, April 5. -The sink sinking
ing sinking yesterday of two Russian merch merchant
ant merchant ships in the Black Sea and a mine
sweeper rom the Anglo-French fleet
off the Dardanelles, is officially an announced
nounced announced today.
TORFSITAT T TVr. RITCOI
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Berlin, April 5. A Neivs dispatch
from Constantinople states that the
Anglo-French occupation of the isl
ands at the entrance to the Darda Dardanelles
nelles Dardanelles is a move to thwart Russia,
Great Britain and France fearing that
Russia can .reach Stamboul before
them. -y.
SEE TilJE- FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe' every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
All varieties of seed corn: also mil
let and sorghum, now in and for gale
by the Ocala Seed Store.
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For Plumbing, tin work, guttering
and roofing call on P. A. Durand,
phone 494.- I 3-26-lmo.
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The most satisfying box of candy,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirtv

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TFUTONS ID TURKS

pieces. Sold m Ocala at Gerigftpost or small log lay by the side of the

Drug Stores only.
Norris Box .. Candies at the Court
Pharmacy are the best made. 19-tf.
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First of the season Pabst excellent
"bock." beer on draft atJchnny's. tf
Smoke Cuban Club. 5c Cigar.
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Rome, April 5. A severe earth earthquake
quake earthquake shock was felt last night. It
was most severe in central Italy.
Communication is c.it off. The gov government
ernment government is preparing to send relief.
No information as to 3oss of life has
been received.
PRINZ EITEL
PORT
NOT ANXIOUS TO LEAVE SHEL
TER OF NEWPORT NEWS
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Washington, April 5. The German
cruiser Prinz Eitel was still at New Newport
port Newport News this morning.
MRS. WALTER HOOD INJURED
Mrs. Walter Hood was quite ser seriously
iously seriously injured yesterday afternoon in
a most unusual manner. Dr. and Mrs.
Hood vent for a ride in thir car out
the Shady Grove road and were cross crossing
ing crossing over to the Pyles road. While
passing by a field, in which they saw
and called to Mr. Gaskin, a farmer liv
ing there, Dr. Hood glanced at his
wife and saw. that she had fainted
arid was lying back in the seat, un unconscious.
conscious. unconscious. He had just heard a great
racket on or about the car, but saw
nothing. He stopped the car, jumped
out and called to Mr. Gaskin to come
-quickly. When he came, the doctor
told him that Mrs. Hood had been
hurt in some way that he could not
understand in the short time since
speaking to him. The doctor thought
by her Jooks.and actions that she was
dead or dying. She had no pulse and
did not seem to be breathing and her
hands were purple. Mr. Gaskin told
he doctor he knew what was the mat
ter, tha.t the big live-oak post lying
nearby had been struck by the car,
flew over inside and struck Mrs.
Hood. This proved to be the case,
and then it was found that she was
bleeding from a wound' in her temple
where the timber struck her. 'Mr.
Gaskin got in the car and they quick quickly
ly quickly drove to his house, where Mrs.
Hood was-given such aid as could be
administered and after while revived.
Dr, Hood then returned to town.
On the way to the city Mrs. Hood
partly revived but. cbuld remember
nothing after speaking to Mr. Gas
kin. She was taken home, Dr. E. Van
Hood was called and the two brothers
stayed with her all night. ', Mrs. Hood
was only partially conscious through
the night but this morning Was ra
tional. She was taken to the hospital
this afternoon where she will be
watch ed very carefully" But it is not
thought that her condition will de
velop into anything serious. An ex
amination will be made to see if the
bones of the temple are fractured as
soon a, s it is deemed advisable. Dr.
Hood said that the place they were
passing was in a deep rut made by
teams and cars passing. That he saw.
without noticing itxespecially that a
in the rutf but he did not think so
then. The car, struck the end of the
post, it flew over and struck the top
of the door of the car, came on over
inside and struck Mrs. Hood and re rebounded
bounded rebounded before Dr. Hood saw it, but
Mr. Gaskin upon coming to the car
realized at once what had happened.

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CARN BLDG.

THE PEIIII
SULA HAS ill-
CONFERENCE III
' GHATTA
CLOSED WITH SELECTION
DIXIE HIGHWAY COM COMMISSION
MISSION COMMISSION
OF
Chattanooga, Tenn., April 4. Se Selection
lection Selection of the route of the projected
Dixie highway from Chicago to Mi
ami, Fla., was left to a commission of
fourteen men by the conference of
gov5nors and road advocates which
met here vestertlnv in lrnrr.v. inrJ
met here yesteitlay, to launch the
movement for the construction of the
roadway. Two commissioners each, are
to be appointed by the governors of
Illinois', Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee,
Kentucky, Georgia and Florida," the
states through which the road will ex extend.
tend. extend. PRESIDENT APPROVES OF THE
PLAN V
President Wilson was thanked in a
resolution for his interest in the' high highway
way highway as expressed in a telegram to
Congressman Moon of Chattanooga,
which was read at the opening .ses .session.
sion. .session. ; c
ENQED- WITH BIG EATS
The importance of the Dixie high highway
way highway as an impetus to road building
and industry in the seven states was
touched upon in addresses last night
at. the banquet to the governors and
delegates with which the convention
ended.
C. C. HOBBS :
Mrs. E. G.' Peek reecived a wire to
day announcing the death of 'her
brother, Mr. C. C. Hobbp at his home
in HintOn, W. Va. Mr. Hobbs was a
railroad man and Mrs. Peek did not
know that he had been pick. The
message did not state jthie cause of his
death, ;
MRS. GARNER
Mrs. Garner," aged 86 years, died
last night at the home of her daughter-in-law,
MrsN. A. Nix at Martin.
Mrs. Garner came to Martin from Or Orlando
lando Orlando two years ago. She leaves a
son,-Mr." Will Garner at Tampa. The
funeral will take place tomorrow
morning at Morriston. Wilbur Smith
with E. C. Jordan & Co., is in charge.
VEGETABLES,' 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
Complete line of Paas' Easter' egg
dyes every imaginable color, at The
Ccurt Pharmacy. 19-tf.
All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now irrnnd for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-t:
A iaige shipment ot NVtiis Candies
just received at the Court Pharmacy.
No..e better made. 19-tf
Try one of those frosted pints r.t
Pabst's Blue Ribbun at Johnny's, ft

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Havana, April 5. Noon Partly
cloudy, cool, no indications of rain.
Both sides confident of winning.
Jim Jeffries and Tommy Burns de declare
clare declare Willard is a sure winner. John
Sullivan and Bob Fitzsimmons see no-1
body but Johnson.
Five hundred troops are guarding
the arena to prevent disorders.
The betting js generally eight to
five, with Johnson the favorite. These
odds will probably prevail at the ring-

side. Betting is inactive and probably Und given a partial list of the missing
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not over .JO,0'J0 will, change hands,
It is estimated that 20,000 people will
witness the fight. Receipts about
S100.000. About a thou?and women
will be present.
BOTH MEN CONFIDENT
Havana, April 5.-1:03 p. m. Both
men enter the ring at Havana confi confident,
dent, confident, one of winning the champion championship,
ship, championship, the other of retaining it. Early
betting favors the negro, with the
odds six, to five.'
Long before the fight started 17,000
people had gathered at the ringside.
All of official Cuba is represented, in including
cluding including President Menocal. Hundreds
of women are in attendance.
WTillard says, "I am fit." Johnson
says, "111 be there all the way."
NINTH ROUND
Willaru assumed the aggressive,
Johnson cut WillaVd's ear. Johnson's
blows lacked steam. The crowd( shout shouted.
ed. shouted. "Kill the black bear." Johnson
rallied and sent hard blow? to the
stomach. ... Willard's left cut Johnson's
mouth and brought blood. Johnson
rushed Willard to the ropes.
TENTH ROUND
Johnson came f'tm his' corner
slowly. Willard lanaed lefts to the
face. Johnson landed on body and
jaw, staggered Willard with right
chop.'
FOURTEENTH ROUND
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Willard rushed, missed a right up-
percut and forced the fighting.. John-
scn slammed a left to the mouth Smd
Willard laughed. Johnson beginning
to miss leads. Willard landed right
to car, Johnson smashed left to body
as the round ended. 4
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TWENTY-FIFTH ROUND
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Johnson apparently thought L he
could not knock Willard out. He was
trying fora decision by points. Wil Willard
lard Willard jolted Johnson over the heart.
4 Sent a fast left to the jaw forced fast
pace; landing repeatedly. Johnson
dropped heavily to seat at the sound
or the; gong.
TWENTY-SIXTH ROUND
In this round. Jdhnson took
the
count, and the supremacy of the ring,!
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black race to the white. t
- Willard opened with a body smash,
cllnched. Willard rushed, slammed
loft and rights to the body. Willard
sent in a terrific right swing to the
jaw and Johnson was knocked out.
The' crowd rushed into the ring and
menaced Johnson. The soldiers on
guard1 cleared the ring and protected
the fighters. .
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- OF THE OFFENDERS
For some months several families in
j the eastern part of the city have been
missing jewelry and other valuables
from their homes, tho apparently
there had been no forcible entry into
the house.
arueies. lst week he located a nam-
; Der ol tne stolen items in the hou2-f-a
colored woman in the first ward, and
a warrant was taken out for her ar arrest.
rest. arrest. Sheriff Gallovay arrested Amy
Conkley Friday, and she will have a
preliminary trial tomorrow before
Judge Smith.'
Besides the jewelry, a number of"
souvenirs in the shape of beads, cen centerpieces,
terpieces, centerpieces, etc., gathered during trav-,
els in Egypt and other foreign lands,
were found in Amy's effects. These
were identified by the owners. All
the missing articles have not yet been
recovered, tho the officers believe
they have clues as to their where whereabouts.
abouts. whereabouts. Judge Smith held the scales of jus justice
tice justice this forenoon in ten cases against
as many colored men who were arrest arrested
ed arrested at Lowell Saturday night by the
deputies from-the sheriff's office. Four
were found guilty of gambling and
fined $10 and costs each. FjDur were
found guilty' of carrying concealed
weapons and fined $100 each or six
months at hard labor. One was found
guilty of illicit selling of liquor and
was fined $100 or six months at hard
labor.
Gen. W. J. Ralston of the Good
Samaritan Army, whs has been in
Ocala for the past few weeks getting
the mission work under way, left this
afternoon for Detroit, the national
headquarters of the organization. Ha
will return to Ocala in October.
Friends of Mr. Roy Nixon, a" former
Ocala high school pupil will be sorry
to learn that for- the present he has
had to give up his college course at
Emory College, in Macon, on account
of his eyes. Mr. Nixon has returned
to his home in Tallahassee.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the Uix Uix-assessment
assessment Uix-assessment roll for the city cf Ocala
for the year 1915 is completed a? the
same will be presented to the city
council of the said city.
The said tax, roll will be open for
inspection during office hours at th'-;
city clerk's office from this date until
the 2nd Tuesday in April, being1 the
12th dav of paid month, on whirh dntr
at 8 o'clock j). m. the city council will
sit as an equalization board to hear
complaint5?
assessments as
made by the city tax assessor and to
correct assessments of value of prop-
erty. All complaints must be rnada to
the city council in writing on or be before
fore before the date aforesaid.
This the 2nd day of April, 1915."
H. C. SISTRUNK,
City Clerk and Assensor of Taxes of
the City of Ocala, Florida, lit
The Little Trained Nurse says: Get
your Easter egg dyes at the Ar.ts Ar.ts-Monopoly
Monopoly Ar.ts-Monopoly Drug Store, 5 cents per
package 2i-9t &
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BITTING Elt & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, "Business Manager
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Entered at Or'a, Fla., pustoffiee as second class -matter.

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POSTMASTER ROGERS PUTS OCAL.VS BEST INTERESTS
UP HIS TWO POINTS S
I President Meffert Gives Official In-
Editor Star: When Col. Frank Har- formation in Regard to Electric
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the hydro-electric plant, I had no m-j
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One year, m advance. ...... $5.00
Six months, In advance. 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
On month, In advance. . .50

(Foreign)
One year- in advance. ..... I S. 00
Six months,, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance..... -SO

that h monev made from the

. , ;our plant, and what the cost oi gen-j
trie lizht plant trees to pav city ex-; Uli 1 u- j
te ,; a frrm erathig would be on a new combined'
senses. If they were not paid from 1.1. 4
. .J w water and light plant at switchboard,

The old saying, "If February
doesn't March, April May," came true
-Uhis year.

According to a dxspatcn irom Dun Dunkirk,
kirk, Dunkirk, General Joffre is said to have
predicted a speedy end to the war.

That winter dallies so persistently

in the lap of spring need surprise no
one: Any old man will sit in a pretty
girl's lap as long as he can.
The postoffice employes say that if
increase in mail is a reliable indica indication,
tion, indication, that business must be improv improv-ing.
ing. improv-ing. Mails are much heavier than they
were two months ago.

Mr. Alex II. Twombley of Twombley
and Henny, Mr. Robt. L. West of the
J. B. McCrary Co. and Mr. C. M.
Rogers of Daytona.
BIG DAY AT BLITCIITON

The good roads meeting at Chat Chattanooga
tanooga Chattanooga has taken a. decidedly for forward
ward forward step toward building the Dixie
highway from Chicago to Miami,
which will pass within fifty miles of
Ocala.

Its easy to see by the Palatka pa papers
pers papers that the Gem City Elks are pre preparing
paring preparing a most hospitable reception
for their brethren from all over the
state who will assemble in convention

Rally day at Blitchton Sunday was
attended by a large number of peo-

pie irom au uvei me twuuuji) j

ing a good-sized delegation from
Ocala.
The occasion was marked by a
number- of instructive addresses. In
themorning, Mr. Geo. W. Scofield,
state attorney, spoke on "The Lay Laymen's
men's Laymen's Missionary Movement," and
was followed by Mr. J. D. Rooney,

with a talk on temperance, in tne
afternoon, Rev. Bunyan -'Stephens

spoke on "The Church as a Force for
Righteousness," and the pastor of the
church, Rev. Mr. Laws preached in
the evening.
A marked feature of the day was
the music rendered by the Columbia
College quartet, and a v quartet from
the Ocala Baptist church, Mrs. Goin
and Misses Eunice and Lillie 'Marsh
and Miss Mary, Gates.
Mr. J D. Rooney represented the

Star aad made p full report, which
will appear tomorrow.

have to be paid by direct taxation."
Now, Mr. Editor ?o back and read
my iritervirvV again and you will see
I did not overlook that point. I said.
"I am informed that the light plant of

Ocala has made bier money for the!

city and that big money coming as a
direct tax on every consumer is be being
ing being used to meet the needs of -the
city-in lieu of the $10,000 uncollect uncollected
ed uncollected taxes of 1014." Do you take the
position that I should pay my advalo advalo-rem
rem advalo-rem taxes and then pay two prices
4-Vfi itc-o rf fJtri r rn rrpnt crt i

to meet the expenses of the city that. ....
the uncollected taxes ought to meet? ic power plant combined, large
I do not know who has and who j eough to supply a population of- 20,-
have not paid their city taxes for 0 people' n0t eXred $8V
1914, but I do know the.city tax col-j0 hJ fmg an oil engine of
lector reported $19,000 uncollected I three hundred K. Pfy th n

last i aaaitiqnai cost ox uuuut ?o,wv,

engine only to be operated when the

including interest, depreciation and

sinking fund. Having been accused r

of being violently opposed to pur purchasing
chasing purchasing current from outside parties,
and for fear that they might believe
me biased on the subject, I will refer
them to proceedings of last year's
city council and reports from the
chairman of the light and water com committee,
mittee, committee, which were largely taken
from estimates made by competent
engineers employed by the city coun council
cil council at a cost of $350 including ex expenses
penses expenses for seweratre system. The es-

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Claude L'Engle is in Tallahassee,
and tho rheumatism compels him to
do his 'traveling around in a wheel wheelchair,
chair, wheelchair, he sees more than the average
man and writes better.: He predicts
that Charlie Davis will be president of
the Senate and Cary P. Hardee
speaker of the House, and that good
roads and prohibition will be the main
propositions of the session.
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The eastern states, from Maine to

Florida, and from the Atlantic to the
Alleghanies, were swept by a severe
storm Saturday and Saturday mght.
The gale on the coast reached sev seventy
enty seventy miles an hour, and snow fell as
far south as South Carolina. It is
to be hoped that this was the last
storm of a particularly disagreeable
.winter.

that have been past due since

December. If the city has no law
to" -collect the taxes past due, they
have no la wto collect mine, therefore
the principle is wrong to accept my

advalorem taxes and then charge me
one dollar for twenty-five cents worth
of electric current to make good the
shortage of the other fellow who will
not pay his taxes.. This is exactly
what is being done. The very est
authority of this town has publicly

proclaimed that the light plant gene generates
rates generates eurrent at two cents per k.' w. h.,

the consumers are charged 1 eight
cents per k. w. h, or one dollar for
twenty-five cents worth, of current.
The same practice 'applies to our city
water. Some of the consumers are

Mr. H. F. Altman, who was in town being charged one. dollar for l&.or zu

Saturday night and' Sunday for his cents worth of water. The principle

regular weekly visit, told the Star of
a big field of Irish potatoes near. Ir

vine, which was cut -down by the

frost of two weeks ago but 'is now (one dollar for 15 or 20 cents worth

putting forth fresh shoots, showing
that the roots are unharmed. Mr.
Altman tells of several places in the
Irvine neighborhood, where, beans and
other truck, protected by the woods',
passed through the cold spell un unharmed.
harmed. unharmed.

AN AGRICULTURAL OCCASION

and'the practice is w-rong my friend.

Water is essential to life. Suppose a

merchant should charge his customers

The Bulgarians celebrated Easter
with an unexpected attack on towns
on the' eastern frontier of Serbia.
After sharp fighting, the Bulgarians
were driven back into their own ter territory..
ritory.. territory.. It is supposed that the at attack
tack attack was made by irregulars, but the

deepseated hatred of Bulgarians to
Serbia iswell known, any may cause
war between the two countries at any
'time.'..' v. v ;":.:'-;

With the Lakeland Telegram pull pulling,
ing, pulling, for Jess Wilard to win' and the
Ocala Star hoping Jack Johnson will
remain the champion, the place for
our money is in our pocket, until we
learn which paper really has the most
influence, Daytona Journal.
If you can keep your money in your
pocket; you are one lucky newspa newspaper
per newspaper man.

Among the important matters that
will come before the meeting of the
. council tomorrow evening will b the
election of a consulting engineer, to
direct the intended city improve improvements.
ments. improvements. Among the candidates are

Farmers to be in Ocala Thursday
V Evening to Plan Work for
1 Nineteen-Fifteen
.Thursday night at 7:30, at the
Board of Trade rooms Prof. Spencer,
S. J. McCully and Mrs. Moorehead
willNbe on hand to meet the farmers
and the Corn Club boys and Canning

Club girls together with our citizens
generally to discuss the work thus far
Of 1915., J,-'';' ;''";
Don't miss this meeting, it will be

Of interest to you to know how our
county is advancing agriculturally.
Also 'to ..hear how the work is moving
along in connection with our. next
county fair. Both of our" county
agents 'ace hustling and encouraging
the farmers throughout the county to
get busy: and make our next, fair the
biggest and best.
Let us make this a big meeting.
Such cooperation is ah uplift and will
feelp all of us towards doing; our part
to make, our fair a success. :

- Ouit 'talking hard times and waiVi

Go' to work and boost for. the fair.
. J. D. Rooney,
Secretary Board of Trade.

of bacon, meal or flour; would this be
right? No, No! But this some might
do 'if they had it all their way, but
competition makes him sell the essen essentials
tials essentials of Jife at a very little profit.
Do you think now I overlooked the
first point ?
Now to the next point you say I

overlooked "that the. Flprida Power
Company has not proposed to sell cur current
rent current to the individual citizen." I do
not know who compose the Florida
Power Company. R. C. Camp is the
only man who has made and proposal

to the city or who I have heard say

anything about what the company

would do, but I am willing that we

put them to the test. Suppose the

city shall say to the Florida Power

Company, "we will' let you come into
the city, if you will, take over our
old light plants at its actual cash val

ine "and bind yourselves in a contract

to furnish current directly to our citi citizens
zens citizens at their' homes or places of bus business
iness business at 4 cents per k.-w. h. for the
next 25 years." This proposal to
them would cover the second point you
said T overlooked and if they do not
accept it I. will put my hand over my
mouth and give you the belt.
If they do accept it the consumers
of electric current in Ocala will save
one hundred per cent, in the price and
Ocala wilb prosper in future as it nev never
er never can at present prices of electric
current. Now in conclusion I beg to
say that I thinkthis a very unpropit unpropit-ious
ious unpropit-ious time to the friends of the old

At .jdaylight yesterday morning, the
temperature was 37 and there was
light v frost in exposed places. This
morning the temperature was 36.

load comes near three hundred K. -W.,
this engine then would produce cur current
rent current for less than one cent per K. W.
The following are the proceedings

taken irom records:
"Bids for furnishing power, upon
motion of E. C. Bennett, which were
agreed upon and so ordered. The
light and water committee of the city
council was authorized to ask for
bids from individuals and corpora corporations
tions corporations to furnish the city with electric

(current.

When this was made known a num

ber of our business men, objecting to

such a move and opposed it so strong strongly
ly strongly that the board of governors of the

Marion County Board of Trade, and

several of the most influential citi citizens
zens citizens .met and passed resolutions in a
most strong and forceful manner;
nevertheless, bids were received by
the council from several parties, duly
considered, but neither was accepted.
Resolution by E. E. Robinson

Mr. Robinson read the following,
which was unanimously adopted on

roll call:
"Whereas, It is deemed advisable
that the city of Ocala make adequate

preparations for furnishing its citi

zens with electric light and power;
and whereas, the advisability of ex expending
pending expending a large sum of money by the
city in the erection and equipment of
new and adequate electric light and
power facilities will soon be before
this council; and whereas,, it is the
part of wisdom for this council as' rep representatives
resentatives representatives of the people to thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly investigate' all practical meth methods
ods methods of supplying electric current for
light and power at. the lowest possi possible
ble possible cost, in order that manufacturing

iray be induced to locate here, then be
it resolved:
"First. That the light -and water

committee of this council be instruct instructed
ed instructed to furnish this body with a com complete
plete complete report of the cost of producing
and furnishing electric light and
power with the present facilities, in including
cluding including in such report cost, interest,
sinking fund and depreciation.
"Second. That they thoroughly in investigate
vestigate investigate the cost of producing and
furnishing electric light and power by
a municipal owned plant, with steam
turbfne oil engines and other modern
methods, including in such report the
cost of- equipping r and, maintaining
such plants, including interest, sink-

Will vield birr ctods of corn. cane, cowpcas velvet iKtm. rape, pian i'

besides raising Bermuda, Rhotles, Para, Natal and other irraes for hay and pasture

these crops available, cattle, sheep and hos can have green kkk! t tie year ronntt.
Thousands of Acres of Our Land at the North End of
Lake Okeechobee Are Now Ready for Cultivation
These lands do not need draining other than small ditches necessary on any farm. Make
to Okeechobee on the new division of the Florida East Coa-t Hail way without delay, and
4V.c lntirli irv Vote that Okeechobee is now only a trifle over twelve

yuuiocu juok wtitiv. iuv-iv iv.j -.-
journey from Jacksonville.
Investigate This Wonderful Country. While Yen
Can Have a Choice of Locations for Your Farm
V 11 find it unexcelled for ceneral farming, livestock and poultry rai.-inj: and for jirovdn

kinds of vegetables common to "Florida as weil as the finest citrus fruil. This town nud country
will grow at an amazing rate during the next few years. We also have excellent land and town
lots at Chuluota and Kenansviile the former a fine lake section in enur.?ie County suited to
fruitgrowing, trucking and peneral farming, and the latter a fertile pine land country m Osceola
'County especially adapted to stock raising, general farming and fruit growing. Write" tou w for
full particulars to
J. E.. INGRAHAM, Vice-President
Land and Industrial Department, Flprida East Coast Railway
Room 200 City Building ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA

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drawn. Notice the instructions and
provision of one hundred dollars for

competent advice, which no doubt the j

chairman of the light and water com- j
mittee secured, judging from his irostS

exhaustive and complete report, which

is on file in the clerks office.
' I further want to draw your at- j
tention to statement made by Mr. M. j
J. Roess, as he had studied the old ;
and new plants as well as purchasing J
current from other parties and this j

is what he stated in public:
"Take the 'water plant for instance;
the machinery is old and worn out,
and it takes lots of steam and conse consequently
quently consequently lots of coal to pump water

with worn out inefficient machinery, j
In fact during the dry season run- j
ning the plant at full capacity we can j
scarcely supply water enough for the;
needs of the city by running 22, 23 j

and 24 hours per day, but that is not 1
the worst of it. The expense of oper- j
ating this worn out machinery is so j
great that the plant is barely making i
operating expenses. The only figures ;
that I have available at this time are ;
those furnished me under date of j
April 20th 1914 by Superintendent J. j

A Campbell for three months ending
March 31st, 1914.
Earnings $3,640.35
Operating expenses 2,806.04
Interest on $42,500 water

the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thins

yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county

deed records and 43 mortgage records and 50 'of

ords, or about 160,000 pages of record matter
the record history of that title.

L5:-ccl.Ianct?i: fee-

and

$k n.

snnip searching and checking before the abstract nan

that he has got it all.
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH

SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAX HAS REASONABLE TIME
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.

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bonds at 5
Total .
Earnings
Less . . .
Balance ...

531.25

.... $3,337.29
. . .$3,640.35
3,337.29

......$ 303.06

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Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling

Packing and Storing

Shinpins of Freight, if

Furniture, Pianoi
&nd. Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

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?5uferior to Planter,
or Ciliog in

"c- Quality or Prjce

plant to discuss its merits or contend
that 8 cents per k. w h is right and
just to charge the consumer and I am
willing now to stop the discussion, but
if you "think I am wrong and want

to keep UP the fight, I will take my
old rusty svvord from the. scabbard and
brighten it -up and give ; you another
round or two with thft highest regard
and esteem for vou. :
I am with much respect yours for
equal rights to all and special favors
to none. R. F. Rogers.

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IXVKS?GATE.

Mr. B. Goldman, noticing the Star's
comment on the name of Raymond
Swoboda, the man accused of trying
to blow up La Touraine, says 'that
swoboda is a Russian word and means

i liberty. "Judging by this, Mr. Swo

boda is either wrongfully accused, or
he is in the wrong crowd.

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ing tuna ana oeprecianon.
"Third: That ihey be empowered
to receive bids after due advertise advertisement,
ment, advertisement, from private parties, for fur furnishing
nishing furnishing electric light and power to
the city", to be furnished .by thekcity
to its citizens; to propose such spe specifications,
cifications, specifications, -terms and conditions as

will properly safeguard the interest
of the" citizens and financial welfare

of the city and to require such bonds
as will adequately protect such bids

and the interest of the city.

"Fourth. That the sum of one hun hundred
dred hundred dollars be placed t the disposal

of the committee as expense money,

such parts as may be necessary to be

expended in securing competent ad advice
vice advice and information in connection

with carrying out the provisions of

this resolution."

These resolutions are very carefully

' I COLLIER BEOS., Proprietors.

Ttie'-'Manageoient ol DR.7. McCLANE
cIVIccIical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving 01 the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and.Troxler s stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Etliical 'Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE- 333

: Mr. L. M. Murray calls the Star's
attention to the following appropriate
and significant arrangement of the
letters forming the names of the Brit-
ish and French commanders-in-chief:
J OF! FRE

F RE INCH

Mr. James Kceler, general foreman
of construction of the Postal Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph Company, spent the week-end
in t)caln," resting up and getting in
good shape for the Postal's final
"drive" on Ocala from the south. Up
to yesterday the Postal's new lines
had been advanced as far as Coleman
and a Postal telegraph office will be
established at that point today. Mr.
Keeler, expects to reach Ocala with
the new lines by April 15, if the
weather is favorable.

V. K. K-me. M. D Vl:yslcian and
Surgeon. siKCiaiist I-Tye, Ear, Xoe
and Tliroat. Lavt Library Building,
Ocala, 1 la.

The Little Trained Nurse says: Get
your Easter egg dyes at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, 5 cents per
package. 24-9t

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Embalmer

florida title and abstract corporation

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Restaurant with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath 51.00.
Running Water inEvery Room in the Bomu
I'LECmUC ELEVATOR SEUVICi: I'ilOXES IX ALL KtMiM

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The only: Hotel on the Square

ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF

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E. C. Jordan & Co.
Furniture and
Undertakers

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

Gallons water pumped 19,119.080
Cost, per million gallons $ 174.3G
Cost per thousand gallons. 17.43
Rate charged ........ .v. 13.33
Lossi per 1000 gallons 4.10
"You will note that it is costing us
nearly 174c per thousand gallons to
pump the water, whereas, we are
actually selling it at, about 13 l-3c.
But strange to relate the plant is
operating at a profit of $100 per
month due to the fact that many peo

ple pay $1 per month for water and

do not use but 15c or 20c worth. The

important thing to note, however, is

that it is costing us nearly 17 c per

thousand gallons.' Our engineers tell
us that with a new and up to date

tombined light, and water plant such

as we expect to erect, wet can pump ?
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water, some say at per mousauu

gallons. The highest estimate is 7c. j

Suppose on a new plant, therefore, we
could pump water for Gc per thousand j

gallons. That would be a saving over
what we are doing" now of 11c perj
thousand callons. Think of it, a sav-;

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mg OI XLYzC per inousanu gauuns, auu
this would be absolutely net profit.

At the present time we are pumping
about 80,000,000 gallons per year, but;
there are many people in Ocala, ye3,;
hurdreds of people, who ought to use
city water and have asked for it pro-!
viding the city would extend its
mains. However, the city has been :
without funds and could not do so. If;
this bond issue passes, we will then j

have money to extend our mains and ;

the consumption of water will be!

greatly increased, and I am confident 700,000 K. W. II. the first year it n as soon as possible I a

mat a new piam.wm pump a. icaw:. rirnt:nT1 n -oV;nf, nf a net nrofit opinion ir.ai-ui

100.000.000 gallons the first year.; AA j such

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Indianapolis, Cleveland and intermediate point?.
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Smoked Hams
('Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
22j4c PER FOUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
Phone 34

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100,000,000 gallons of water at a sav-jVJ ""v"cfcV j the water, light and power rate, x
ing or a net profit of llc per thou- kilowatts, equals ?8,4G0. In other ; jt rate could be reduced two
sard gallons equal $11,500. I think I w ords a combined light and water j th'ree cents per K. W. and still r

it is safe to say that we can depend plant would yield us at tne pres-n, x VOCiA profit on new plants, i : ;

ii enormous

pre fit, l.u;

on a new water works earning us not rate charged for light and water ap- j designed

proximately $20,000 net profit per Fi0Tea by the city and will
ycar." : I ceecf an' expenditure over $
Assuming that Mr. Roess' state- $ ,0,000. J. M.
ment is correct, and no doubt it is, as j

chairman of the light and water com committee
mittee committee for 1014, was placed in posi

tion to study the conditions fully.
also the appropriation of one hun-:
dred dollars by the council to secure
expert advice, enabling 'him to get l
the information regarding the saving

oi 520,OUU per year to tne city re rebuilding
building rebuilding new combined electric power
and water plants.

I hope this will convince the tax- years ago, I hnxe
mm V.f ih- it trv in. toward the mar.

tc-rest of the city to build and operate S-f?1?

new water and electric power plants : cold." For ;

less than $11,500 net profit per year.
"Now let us turn to the electric
pTant. In a report made the light
and water committee under date of
June 30th, it showed that we were
producing current for about 3 l-5c
per K. W. delivered at the switch switchboard.
board. switchboard. Now on a new and up to date
electric power plant, operated in con connection
nection connection with the water works, and
with a fair load factor, wecan proba probably
bly probably produce electricity at a cost of 2c
per K. W. H., a saving of 1 l-5c. Our
old plant is producing approximately
C00.000 K. W. H. per year, with the
demand increasing every month. It
is only reasonable to suppose that the
new plant will produce not less than

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FOR A C'Ol'.T
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There are many v.
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Civics Day at the Woman's Club i east coast on business for the Vir-
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"If each before his own door senU
swept, the village would be clean."

Easter at Grace Church

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GOJD 0 POWDER AND -iOOO
FLOUR GO HAND IN HAND
We seil Calumet Baking Powder and Henry
Clay Flour to you under a "Money Back Guar Guarantee."
antee." Guarantee." Get a can of this well known brand today, ana
See if it does not do all and More than is claimed
for it. "BEST BY TEST," both Flour and Baking
Powders.
One 10c Can of Xalumet Baking Powder FREE,
with a 24 pound sack of Henry Clay Flour
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Plant I 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 diink;

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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 ieach of
Ocala should have our CHERO-COLA on sale.
We are alsa bottling a full line of carbonated
soft drinks. : V r
Our plant is two blocks south of the squareHon
Main street.
; CHERO-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Phone 521 -:- 1 Ocala, Fla.

WINDSOR HOTEL AND PARK
Jacksonville, Florida

DISTINCTIVELY DELIGHTFUL
"COMFORT FIRST"
EUROPEAN, AND AMERICAN PLANS
A. F. WILSON, MGR. T. M. WILSON,.PROP.

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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.
Fu yS-ht and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ours. Let us
have vour custom we deserve it.

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The regular monthly business

meeting of tne Woman s i-iuD was
held Saturday afternoon, April, 3 at; Especially beautiful were the Eas Eas-3:15
3:15 Eas-3:15 o'clock, with the president, Mrs. ; ter services yesterday at Grace Epis Epis-C.
C. Epis-C. R. Tydings, in the "chair. : copal church, which had been pretti-
The minutes of the last meeting ly decorated with haw, now in full
n ere read and approved. bloom, Easter lilies, dogwood, roses
Reports from standing committees : and other spring flowers by the mem mem-were
were mem-were heard. Mrs. W. A. Coin, custo- hers of the Altar Guild,
dian, reported the collection of $7.50; At 7 a. m. Holy Communion was
for rentals and an expenditure of celebrated with a large attendance.
$2.75. She asked all club members to j The church was crowded for the 11
save octagon soap wrappers for the j o'clock service at which time the rec rec-cemmittee,
cemmittee, rec-cemmittee, in order that spoons can I tor. Rev. J. G. Glass, delivered a mag mag-be
be mag-be obtained to be used in an emerg- j aificent sermon, taking as his text "If
ency or until more silver ones can be j then ye were raised together with
purchased. Mrs. W. T. "Gary of j Chirst seek the things that are above,
household economics, reported the j where Christ is seated on the right
collection of $2.50 which was added to j hand of God." 1:3 the epistle of Paul
the sum presented the building com- j the Apostle to the Colossians. There
inittee. Mrs. R. S. Hall, chairman of j was a special musical program by the
social service, made a full report, vested choir under the direction of
$45.92 had been sent to the Children'? i Miss Byrd Wartmann organiist. As As-Home
Home As-Home Societv in Jacksonville. a box 1 sisting the choir were Mr. Gordon Wil-

of magazines to Oklawaha, another to
Anthony. She read a letter from Mr.
Mamis C. Fagg and one from Mrs.
L. L. Priest of Oak, whom the com committee
mittee committee sent to the Woman's College to
take the short course in domestic
science. Mrs. Hall asked for contri contributions
butions contributions of magazines. Mrs. H. C.
Pozier, health chairman, stated that
the committee was trying to find a
patient for the tubercular bed at
Trilby. Mrs. H. C. Groves reported
the study class doing splendidly. The
reports were all accepted. The treas treasurer's
urer's treasurer's report showed a balance of
$12.06. Mrs. B. H. Seymour, corres corresponding
ponding corresponding secretary, announced that
90 members were enrolled.
The program for the afternoon was
'rt charge of the civics committee and
the splendid program, arranged by
Mrs. H. W. Tucker, in the absence of
the chairman, Mrs. G. J. Blitch, who
was prevented from being present on
account of the illness of her son,
proved most interesting.
The opening number was a delight delightful
ful delightful piano solo by Miss Marie Burnett.
Mrs. Tucker then read the committee
report, a report filled with deeds ac accomplished.
complished. accomplished. The next task of the
committee will be the beautifying of
the club house grounds. Recently a
clean up week was held with the re result
sult result that the city sanitary inspector
says that the town is in a better con con-dHion
dHion con-dHion than it has ever been.
An excellent original paper on
civics was read by Mrs. C. W. Hunter.
It was full of good suggestions one
of which was to designate one day in
a week to wage a campaign againsl
flies, thereby eventually ridding the
town of the germ pests. Her paper
was very fine.
The principal speaker of the after afternoon
noon afternoon was Prof. W. H. Cassels, prin principal
cipal principal of the Ocala high school, who
was introduced by the president. It
was his first address before the club
arid those who were present Satur Saturday
day Saturday are delighted that he is to again
appear on the program is May. Prof.
Cassels talked impromptu on school
playgrounds and their necessity. Too
much time is spent on mental train training,
ing, training, the speaker said, and not enough
on the physical. The mind can't be
developed as it should be without
proper physical development, shown
in the fact that Greece, when the
Olympic games were being held, pro produced
duced produced the greatest mental giants the
world has ever known. There are
only some half dozen high schools in
the southland that have thoroughly
equipped playgrounds for children.
Adequate playgrounds rectify," to a
large degree, the need of punishment.
Prof. Cassels regretted the Ocala
school was not given a ten-acre cam campus.
pus. campus. The program was concluded with a
delightful j)iano solo by Miss Isabelle
Davis, after which' the hostesses,
Mrs. T. C. Luckie and Mrs. Walter
Marsh, during the social hour served
tea and sandwiches.

M'ss Efnie Brassell, a charming
young lady of Lakeland, is the guest
if Miss Irrca Brigance. r

Miss Beatrice Weineckie, of Jack Jacksonville,,
sonville,, Jacksonville,, is the fortnight guest of Miss
Hester Dewey, arriving this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mrs. Charles Rheinauer entertained
a "number of her little friends yester yesterday
day yesterday morning at a jolly Easter egg
hunt on her pretty lawn.
This afternoon at the home of Mr.

and Mrs. C. S. Cullen. the Episcopal

Sunday school enjoyed its annual
Easter party, arranged by the teach teachers.
ers. teachers. Mrs. J. G. Glass, Misses Meta
Jewett, Adele Bittingejr, Dorothy
Schreiber and Annie Atkinson. Games
were played and later the children,
almost forty, hunted the prettily col colored
ored colored eggs, candy bunnies and chicks
hidden on the vacant lot near the Cul Cullen
len Cullen home. Ice cream and cake were
served.
Mrs. H. W. Henry, Sr., and Mr. and
Mrs. Wilson of Lake Weir, attended
Easter .services at Grace church Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mrs. R. G. Zetrouer has returned
to the home of her sister. Mrs. J. F.
Jenkins on Sanchez street after a
visit at Palm Beach and Miami with
Mr. Zetrouer, who went down the

lox of Anniston Ala., and Mr. Frank
Gates whose voices are always a de delight
light delight to hear. A second celebration
of the Holy Communion followed the
sermon. At 4 o'clock in the afternoon
a, children's service was held, at
which time the Sunday school made
their Lenten offering to foreign mis missions.
sions. missions. Miss Mary Wyatt Galbraith is the
guest of Mrs. James B. Wright at
her home on West Cumberland ave avenue.
nue. avenue. Miss Galbraith is one of the
best known and most loved girls in
East Tennessee and her presence in
the city is always the incentive for a
round of charming hospitalities. For
the past month she has been visiting
in Ocala, Florida, with Miss Annie
Atkinson, who 1 is remembered as an
attractive visitor at Galbraith Springs
during the past two seasons. Knox-
ville Journal and Tribune.
Miss Carrie Frazier of Detroit, aft after
er after an extended visit to Mrs. C. L.
Gamsby, left Sunday for Jacksonville
for a brief visit to friends before
leaving" for home.
Mrs. W. S. Bullock, who has been
quite ill with grip, is much better and
yesterday was able to go automobil automobil-ing,
ing, automobil-ing, which will be welcome news to
her friends.
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visit to Mrs. Fences Collier in this
city, and is now' the guest of friends
in Jacksonville &or a few days before

leaving for he home in Cincinnati:

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'Taming the Schrew." EVENINGiAsaYou Like It."
HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS
BENEFIT U. OF F. A THLETIC ASSOCIA TION
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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In order to make it easier for our customers to settle their telephone

counts promptly, -we have decidedeffective today, to recede, for the pre: em,
from our rule requiring payment for service quarterly in advance, and instead
collect for service MONTHLY in advance. We shall, however, insht on
prompt payments by tne month. Unless payment is made at
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servicewill be discontinued without further notice. We are trying

you, won't you be prompt and help us ?
OCALA TELEPHONE COMPANY
BY J. P." PHILLIPS, Manager

help

Miss Hallie McClure of Shelbyville,

Ky., who has been spending the win winter
ter winter at Maitland, is a lovely Easter Eastertide
tide Eastertide visitor in the city, the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Bunyan Stephens.
Mrs. W. W. Condon and Miss Anna
McDowell leave on the early train to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for Jacksonville td stay un un-rtil
rtil un-rtil Friday, They go especially to at attend
tend attend the Presbyterial held at the first
Virginia Style
Smoked Hams
(Made in Marion County
Florida, U. S. A.)
11 t PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice & PacIdngCo
Phone 34

church, the former being a delegate
and the latter secretary of the Mis-
sionary Society of the Presbyterian
church of this city. They will be the i
guests of Mrs. Axtell.
Vistors Honored
In compliment to Miss Horn and j
Miss Lucile Cushman, of Plainfield, j
N. J., who accompained Miss Marga-!
ret Taylor home from Vafdosta, Ga.,
for an Easter week end visit, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Taylor entertained at a
small motion picture party Saturday,
evening their guests including Misses
Horn, Cushman, Margaret and Mamie
Taylor, Bessie McKay,. Francis Arnold
and Messrs, W. D. Taylor, O. B.
ilowse. Louis H. Chazal and Alfred

LMcKay. After witnessing the pictures

ana enjoying tne otner amusements
at the- Temple the crowd returned to
the Taylor residence where the re-
mainder of the evening was delight-,
fully spent. An ice course with tea j
was served. The cakes represented
Easter bonnets and were as delicious i
as they were attractive. j
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Saturday from Jacksonville to spend :
Easter with Mrs. Ford's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Weathers. Mr. Ford j

""returned home Sunday night, leaving j

Mrs.Eprd for a longer visit. -- ;
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Sister Esther Carlotta, after a week j
end visit' to Mrs. D. E. Mclver and
Mrs. E. M. iHoward left this after-'
noon for Leesburg. During her short
stay, many friends called to pay j

their respects to Sister Qarlottawho j

is the beloved and"" brilliant presi president
dent president of the.FIorida division of the
United Daughters of the Confederacy.

LOUIS R. CHAZAL k SOi

REAL ESTATE DEPART?.! 2

Holder Building
Telephone 22S

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Antomobile Ovners
If your car needs PAINTING see
me. If it needs brightening up use my
"AUTO PRESERVATION POLISH"
a.M save paint bills Price $1.00.
T. D. DILLON
203 N. Main St. Phone 193
OC ALA. FLORIDA

IMver & MacKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTIMES and EH1BALUERS
Fine Cas!efsjmd Burial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C Ar. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-mers
mers Embal-mers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 303
Undertaking Office 5

WOOD

WEAR-EVER DEMONSTRATION
THE MARION HARDWARE CO.

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"Your Spring Tcnio

on one

Tuesday 10 a. m. -12 a. m.
2:30 5:30 p. m.
. Whole meal in a roaster.
Roast, Potatoes, Carrots.

Rice and Apples Cooked

burner.
SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY
Shallow Slew Pan, regular price,
55c, Tuesday, 24c. On sale during

demonstration hours.

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If you want to feel ood all Spring and Sum Summer
mer Summer begin now and take a Spring tonic. It will

cleanse your system of the "poisons abioriu
during the winter, and put "pep" in you.
Bring your prescriptions; we fill them ri;,'hl.

Buy all your drug store things from u
sell them right.

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board of countv commissioners of Ma-'Y

rion county, i loriaa, mtena to apply
to the legislature of the state of Flor-

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a special legislaHon authorizing thelv
re-issue and validation of all outstar.d- X
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commissioners of Marion county, Flor-U.
ida, prior to February 1st, 1915, ort
such of said warrants as the said leg- i

islature may see fit to authorize to be
re-issued and validated; and also pro providing
viding providing for the payment of interest

thereon, and for making the said warf! :
rants payable at fixed periods. j XXX-XW X:
Board County Commissioners, Marion? : -

County, Florida. 1-20

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For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
'nnnediate Attention.
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
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WHOOPING COUGH
Well everyone knows the effect of
pine forests on coughs. Dr. Bells'
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 I
makes the coughing spells less severe, j
A family with growing children should i
not be without it. Keep it handy forj
all coughs and colds. 2oc. at your ;
druggist. Adv. j

Have your choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" or Pabst's Blue Ribbon on
draft, at Johnny's. f 6-tf

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OCALA OCCURENCES

For Velvet Ice Cream B&one 525. tf
K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Council meet tomorrow evening.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
F. U. of A. meets Thursday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Pythian Sisters meet Tuesday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Smoke Cuban Out, 5c Cigar.
, kJust say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean.
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Mr. E. C. Beuchler of the Antno
Farms is among the business visit
in the city today.
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Capt. John L. Inglis was a guest
the Harrington Sunday. Captain In Inglis
glis Inglis was on his way to Port Inglis, for
the trial trip of his new yacht, Tuna
III.
Mr. W. L. Lamar, who has been
with the Postal office here all winter,
is now in Jacksonville, where he has
a position with a, collection agency.
Mr. Lamar is a lively young man, and
his friends will miss him. j
The Dixie Amusement Co. will close
its engagement at. the Temple this
evening. It has given the people of
Ocala more fun for their money than
any other agency for some time, and
nofeodX-fihould miss this last oppor
tunity of seeing it.
Mr. M. M. Little, grand master of
ths, Florida Odd Fellows, -is in South
Florida, on official business for the
order. He will return tomorrow.
. Mr. Ed Dreyfous has received a
letter from Mr. John McCorkle, now
in Atlanta, which contains the cheer cheering
ing cheering news that Mr. McCorkle has al almost
most almost recovered his old-time health.
Mr.- J. C. Jackson; who has been ab absent
sent absent for" a month, traveling in Geor
gia, Alabama, and other states, has re returned
turned returned home and will be in the city
for, a few days .with his 'family.
Mr. D. N. Mathews, who has been
taking several months lay-off, which
-he has spent in the city with his
family, has again resumed his old po position
sition position traveling for the International
Harvester "Company.- "'
The drugs used in ouc prescription
department are the best to be had,
find ;ACCURACY is our watchvord.
The Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
HO 6orniS:Fc!sFGd:
Searching Influence of a
v Remedy That Works
Wonders.
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The introduction of S. S. S. Is at once
& command to blood irapuFities to find
a way out.
And what are blood impurities? They
maybe the hypersecretions found in the
mucous linings of the body; they may
be acid accumulations known as rheu rheumatism;
matism; rheumatism; they may be boils, pimples, ec eczema,
zema, eczema, acne and stubborn, indolent, sores.
.. But 'examined closely, they are all
perms that have gotten the upper hand
and it requires the flushing influence of
S. S. S. Co drive them out. And out they
go wh?n S, S. S. begins to circulate in
the blood. It only requires five minutes
to begin this influence, for it is .a fact
that in this limited time S. S. S. may be
traced in the urine, in the perspiration.
In the emoresence- from the lungs to
show that it Is at work. Germs, mind
you, are of various kinds, but all are
foreign to health and S. S. S. is no re respecter
specter respecter of destructive germs, it drive:,
them alt out, of whatsoever name thev
go by. Just get a bottle of S. S. S. of
any druggist and soon you will observe
a decided change. And if yours is f
stubborn 'case, write to the Medical Ad Adviser,
viser, Adviser, care of The Swift Specific o., 107
EwiftBldg., Atlanta, Ga. He is a regular
physician, proud of his name by virtue of
his distinguished family and is recog recognized
nized recognized as a foremost physician- on his
own merit. ..
PRACTICAL 1
CARPENTER AND BLILDER
Careful Estimates Made on all Con-.
fract Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money, than Any Other
Contractor in th Citv.
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WEATHER REPORT
This report i3 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! 6
April 2 ............ :Ul
April -3 "i. ....53
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Local Forecast
Fair tonight and Tuesday.
'Slightly warmer tonight.
Mr. Jr G. Lege, who was in town
from Woodmar today, says the frosts
of Sunday and Monday mornings did
notjeeach the lake.
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Mr. Roland '"Marsh returned Sunday
from an ovemigbX business trip to
Leesburg. Mr. (Marsbis connected
now with the DayligM pine and when
the season closes he will in all prob prob-ability
ability prob-ability return to Leesburg to accept a
Wosition with Mr. E. H. Mote.
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Mr. Tom McGuire returned to his
studies this morning at the University
of Florida, after a week-end visit to
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mc McGuire.
Guire. McGuire. i ountv Judce smitn maae two souis
happy Sunday, issuing a license t
and joining in wediockJMr. Ulysses G.
Zachary and Mis Jessie Mae Hanson
of Bushnell. Saiwrday he issued a
licerse to Mr. James ?E. Rooks and
.Miss Frances E Seckinger, from the
west of the county.
Rev. J. M. Gross of the Methodist
church, leaves tomorrow, for Clearwa Clearwater,
ter, Clearwater, where he will during the coming
two weeks assist in conducting a re revival
vival revival meeting. During his absence
Rev". F. R. Bridges will fill his pulpit.
Mr. and Mrs., Sam Leigh returned
yesterday from a several days stay in
Tampa and Clearwater.
UNCLASSIFIED AD
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED -The owner of a pistol
taken from a boy some days ago
while under arrest. It was taken
from an automobile in front of the
Temple theater about, two weeks
ago. Owner can get same by prov proving
ing proving property and paying expense.
' Apply to W. F. Adams, Chief of
Police, Ocala, Fla. 5-tf
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FOR RENT A flat of four rooms
- conveniently arranged and with ev ev-:r
:r ev-:r ery modern improvement; good lo location;
cation; location; rent cheap. Apply to Mrs.
Tl H. .Wallis or phone t)7. 2-6t
A BARGAIN Havings 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 Well locaced and nicelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial ; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. V 7-tf
FOR RENT Two story, ten room
house corner Wa tula and E. Adams
streets. Possession given at once.
Apply to Wfc E.-Davis, at the Mun-
r. roe &Xhambliss National Bank. 4-tf
FOR RENT My suburban home in
the southwestern part of town,
with two acres of ground; rales
reasonable to the right party. C.
P. Howell, Ocala, Fla. 2-5-tf
FOR RENT Two connecting rooms,
furnished; one, two or three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
at residence of Mrs. A. M. Perry,
Herbert street. 3-18-tf
FOR RENT Furnished room with all
conveniences in private family,
three blocks from courthouse on Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue; very reasonable to
a permanent occupant. Address,
"Room," care Evening Star. 24-Gt
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
fice.
3-30-tf
FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs for hatching. II. S. Wesson,
Ocala, Fla. 3-30-lm
FOR SALE Buff Orpington eggs,
"JFlorida" strain, bred for winter
eggs first. $1.50 per 15. R. B.
! Bowers, Ocala. 3-6t
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25c to $5.00 per pair
- Sold by AU Good Dealers.
Toyor
NEW YORK

THE MAIiKETfv

Chicago. April
Corn, 73.
Oats, 53.
May
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Pork
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:i.nal.
Lard, 10.0'
SELLEVIE'V
Bel lev: e vv M;,rdi
There
something doir.jr .in the
tion line the. fast few
r.ewals and two i-.ubss
days
rripth
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bein
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the net '.rain. The iene
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that the Star is cr.e of the
comf (It. of their existence
new subscribers arc- as usual iookimr
for that bud
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Belleview news as
furnished exclusively' by. the Star.-
-c -jiu tj.
him a cozv heme in tli.; west r art of
the town
:i- years ago,
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turned from New York and one of his j
first calls next to hi
for the Star.
A party in Winter liven interest- j
ed in Bclkview and ih? inhabitants
thereof, mu.t have the Star rn 1
they go.
Mr. John 'T. Ma-tin, rr.anr.frer far
tha Mayo
very
.sic-;: for
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doubts are txtprtained for
cvV. Two expert doctors; i
his
jv fov-'
nurse rind tho loving care o
around him re staving the rav
:i5?e of
disease and in th
e I:
it l
or so tnf-re :
has been a
v.
coe cr.tertainc-j
his recovery.
MissMary L. Goodnoxrjrh of Ding Ding-hamton,
hamton, Ding-hamton, N. Y., accompanied hy Mr?.
Lena Johns-or left last Wednesday
1
iOl UiCII .l'v' i: liAIV- t iti tilt. ui: f
rail route. ,1
' Mrs. 'Sidney Mnddox and little son!
left last Saturday for their her
at-:
Tarpon Sprint?, after a TIea?ant vi i
with Mr nd -Trs.' W. TL ICi 1 natricV.
H 1 r xl TT" iT
tvho spent the earH nart of. the sea-
spn in Bellevie'.r, have returned from
avisit to Bradcntovvn.
f County Surveyor 'Alex
Moorhead
was distrihirtinnr his s:rJI
; around
own last Monday, and
incidentally
running iana imes tor
i i t
some of oar
property owners. :
will write an -irancrtant letter, seal it 1 1
up, affix. a stamp and drop it in th?
po'stofgee vdthout any addre.??.' This
happens every few days and the u?i:al
course to follow with one of these let letters"
ters" letters" is to let i lay around for abojt
one week, hoping that some one will
think of their error and supply, the
missing address, and then send the
letter to-the dead letter office at
Washington for further disposition
The frequency with which this oc occurs
curs occurs leads me to suggest that a re return
turn return card request in one comer -of
the envelope, would he one mean?; of
prevention; another would be to al always
ways always address an envelope before en enclosing
closing enclosing letter.
' Among our towns people' who visit-!
ed in Ocala the past week were Mrs.
J. W. Brown and daughter, Miss Min Minnie
nie Minnie Kilpatrick, Mr. Warren L. Smith,
Mr. Smith brought from the cold
storage two hams and two shoulders
that "weighs 170 pounds, ar.d they
were good enough for env one to eat
Mrs. M. A. Dudley left last Satur Saturday
day Saturday for a visit to her mother, Mrs.
R. A. Snow at Wildwcccl.
Mr. and Mrs.' McQueen of- North
Carolina have settled in o'U' midst
and expect to, biry land and be one of
the Belleview- families.
Mr. M. r M. Foxwnrth, the turpen turpentine
tine turpentine operator from Dallas spent-" Irst
Saturday in Bellevicv, greeting hi?
many friends.
The Masons held their u.-iial month monthly
ly monthly meeting last: Saturday nigh to
good attendance. It must have been
a very interesting .session for when
they closed it was very late, and all
of the stores were in darkness.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ilightower came
over from Heather Island' last Satur Saturday
day Saturday evening an d mined with their
friends.
Mr. Lou Schmidt reluctantly pack packed
ed packed his trunks snd with his estimable
wife departed hence, bound for D an anbury,
bury, anbury, Conn, via Jacksonville, the
Clyde Line mid New York O'ty, where
they will ioin that noblest Roman of
them all, Mr. T. Clark Hull and his
lovely wife and between them they
will compare rote- and db.cus..tke
many pleasant features of cyxhtenge
in BelleviGW during the winter
months, and they will lay their .plnn?
so that when the leaves. fr.ll again f.hd
the, snow flies they will" turn their
faces .towarjds Belleview for another"
round of .recreation and rest:' Amon Amon-the
the Amon-the most discohf-olated is Sniglcfoot
and yours truly
"Miss Lucile Brown and Mr. Lewi?
W. Walker treated the town to the
surprise of the season when they
went to Ocala last Thursdav evening
and were married by Judge Smith -and
made man and wife. They are receiv receiving
ing receiving the congratulations of .their n:any
friends.
Mr. Trcraerc drove over to ifeathar
Island last Tuesday afternoon rind on
Wednesday ir erring with 'Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. O. Hightower, motored over to
one of the numerous lakes in the east
part of the county- and Vcorcl the
finny tribe from the sparkling denths.
Mrs. I. I. Strong was in town for a
couple of days last week visiting with
her parents.
"Mrs. E. P.
Merritt
is ,visit?ne
dth
friends at CandTer for a week.
Mrs; Joseph MiHsom is entertain
ing her friends. HU Volkrnan and)
mother from Oklawaha.
The .baseball bnrs gave a revenne
getting supper
11 i
hi.
which from a financial standpoint was
quite a success.
.Mrs. Abner Adams passed away
last Tuesday afternoon. She has been
ailing and under the care of the dee dee-tor
tor dee-tor for seme time. A devoted hus husband,
band, husband, a !ov:ng daughter and two eons
survive her.
Mr. Tremere srfent lat Friday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon ar.d eVeninsr in Ocala.
un ii aaa v evemncr. at
will be
i.n ice
cream
sunne-r at tne
town hiiti iriven for the
givei
enefit of the
Methodist church.
Mr. Robert Ethe ridge left
home at Psnbh. Fla., after a
fn7 h5c
visit to
his sister, Mrs. R. L. Sumner.
v is invited to tl
eerg hunt to be held at the Methodist
parsonage Friday afternoon, April 2.
Mrs. I. I.. Strong came down from
Ocala. on train No. 3 !a?t, Tueeday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and will spend seveir.I days
visiting with .her parents while Mr
Strong is attending to busincrs ir.
Leesburg..
Mrs Ar.'ftUn Tfninn rm) ".T-
Sirs. Wiiren t-:. names vno nave -'.ean
located t on the Lake
bard rr r' I
for several' weeks
left
Tu
ior iuicmcnn. wncre iir. tic ne;s rae i
secured a -pesiti-pn and where they will
make their future home.
ill and is receiving ; 1! of the care and
attention that skillful doctoring and
nursing can bestow.
Smoki Cuban Club, oe Cigar.

ill 1! AFFAIRS

(Continued from Third Page)
C. Camp, two child-
i en and maid left this
morning in
to remain
tneir c,
llahassee
ixii'ourrii
iejriilative
season, ineyi
be located with Mr
r-av
Zvlrs. i. J. Crook, v.ho underwent an
2t vei at the nospitai is
cc:
, ,.
Will
soon be able to
return home.
Mrs
II.
W
Iler.ry, Jr., was a vis-
ltor
fix ra Lr-T;e Weir today. She was
iaccomi
nkd home by her sister, Mrs.
C. Ganettj who vill make her a
vicit ciiiore cornir.enemg
her journey
missionary
to Cnir.a" to resume
. li U S. I C
hijrh school seniors havt re-
rticlr. ck.es pins cf which they
y prcid, not because of their
varue Lut oecause they rep-
s c c n v iioui s
bf hard study necessary
a alumnus of
the school.
T'f-
.ns L
i!
ith gold back, black
iro
lettered with
O. II. S., with the
il 11 LU)
en -raved on the back.
three
Morrison spent
their parents,
Morrison of Cal-
. i.i, r
'
vary.
Mrs. J. v
p?dal week of prayer service
Fanny II. Gary Missionary
will be held tomorrow after-
i of the
Scciety
J r.oon
rr
t 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
World' led by
rdrs. J
Y. Purvis.
Mts Marga-et Taylor, a member of
vaiuosta normal scnooi iacuity,
ft this afternoon to resume her
school duties, after enjoying a short
TTa-t -vi- acation at home. Miss Tay Tay-Icy
Icy Tay-Icy h"d as her guests while home Miss
Horn and Miss Lucile Cushman of
an
XT
J., the former a faculty
member and, the latter an art student
it the normal. f
Miss Mary Garrett has joined her
cousin:-"., Misses Eloise and Catharine
Hen?-; at"' the home of Mrs. E. P.
Rc'nU and Mr. Donald Garrett has a
room at the hp me of Mrs. S. S. Duval.
.
Mrs. Washbui-n, Miss' Emma Wash Washburn,
burn, Washburn, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Brinson and
young son. were visitors to Kendrick
last evening, going especially to be
present at the silver medal contest
held by the students of Fessenden
Academy at the Mt. Tabor church.
Gilbert Maxwell of Floral City, won
the medal and it was presented by
Mr. Brini;on, who made a splendid
talk. The contect was held under the
au?p'cea cf the Kendrick W. C. T. U.,
and it will be repeated at the A. M. E.
church on South Magnolia street in
this citv next Sunday afternoon. The
attendance last night Was good.
NOTICE
hereby given that the city
council of the citv of Ocala, Marion
conntv. Florida, will apply to the leg
ialature of the state of, Florida, at the
next session thereof for local or spe special
cial special legislation to change and arlend
the city charter of the said city as
follows:
-That all taxes which are levied by
;1 ritv urnn real and personal prop
erty shall be collected substantially
in "the same manner provided by law
for the collection of State and county
taxes, or that may be hereafter pro
vided, in zo far as the came is appli
cable; that the city council of said
city "shall l:e the equalization board for
said city in such matters and that it
shall be empowered, to provide by or
dinance for the hearing and adjusting
of all complaints in such matters, and
for the time of assessing and collect collect-incr
incr collect-incr such, taxes, the opening and clos
ing of the tax books, the duties of
the taxjisseszor in relation to the re
turn and assessment of property? in
addition to the powers already con
ferred in such matters, upon said
council; that any property, not taxed
for anv vesr lv reason of omission or
error, or that escaped the payment of
the taxes for any year by reason of
-uch error or omission sliall.be taxed
the next ensuing year for both the
ta" for the year in which such error
cr omL-oion .occurred in addition to
the" taxes for such" ensuing year.'
To empower said cilv to levy a spe-
ial tax annuallv noi t exceed
one
mill on all property taxable by said
city, fcr me maintenance or assist
ance ef .hospitals, band concerts, and
est rooms within the corporate limits
of said "city, ar.d to secure publicity
lor rid city.
To em newer said city to furnish
electric current and power to all" per
or; either within, or without the cor corporate
porate corporate limits of said city that the
city council of said city shall see fit;
to build, operate and maintain elec
trie trolley lines either within or with
out the corporate limits of said city
for the transportation of passengers
rid freight, and to make such charges
fo; such transportation as said coun
esl small see-nt. and to issue bonds in
accordance with law for such purpos
es as in the case of other municipal
'purposes.
To -empower .said city to make and
enter into contracts with any of its
own oSicers until such a time as "the
census of population of said city shall
show it to contain more than 10,000
Thai; thee shall be a city clerk, a
c;ty trea-urer and a city, collector
elected annually by the city council in
tear-ee witr. ;aw, wnose powers
jvaties
shall
e such as shall be
til;
city council of said city.
To
er fa city to issue in-
. t iff
i
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j dustrial bonds not to exceed $50,000,
i to encourage and assist in the estab-;
j lishment of factories and enterprises
i within the corporate limits of said
; city, and to make such loans to the
i owners or parties interested in such I

j enterprises or factories as may be ap-
j Proved b- a majority of the bond trus- j
j charged on such loans is not to be less
- than the interest paid on such bonds, j
, 10 empower me saia cuy 10 re-;
assess paving and sidewalk special as-
! r- 4. U V 1 v.. :
scssiuciua may uc vvm u rea-
son of irregularities and errors; am
to empower the said city U
sere notice on unknown property i
j owners or absent property owners by
puohcation in newspapers when such
property owners may be required to
construct any street or sidewalk pav paving
ing paving on any property by said city.
That the members of the city coun-
cil are to each receive the salary of i
$15 per month, and that any mem- i
ber absenting himself from anv reg-1
ular meeting of the city council shall j
have the sum of $7.50 deducted from j
such salary, unless he had first se-
cured the written consent of the
president of the council to be absent.
That only the duly qualified and
registered voters of the said city who j
possess real or personal property sub- j
ject tc taxation by said city to the
amount of $200 and who have paid the j
taxes last due thereon shall be per
mitted to vote in any election called s
for the purpose of issuing bonds of
the said city.
That no franchise of any kind shall!
be granted by the city of Ocala, to
any persdrf, firm or corporation, with
out the consent of a majority of tlk
registered voters of the city of Ocala
voting at an election for that purpose j
called and that any person, firm o; ;
corporation desiring to secure any i
such franchise shall deposit with the
city clerk of the said city at such'
time as shall be fixed by the city i
council, a sufficient sum of money, the
amount thereof to be fixed by the city i
council, sufficient to defray all the ex- j
penses of calling and holding such an j
election.
City Council of the Citv of Ocala. I
2-8-mon-2m i
STANDING COMMITTEES
OF TFE CITY COUNCIL
" FOR THE YEAR 1915
Finance
D. W Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, M. J.
Roess.
Judiciary
Geo. A. Nash. W. A. Knight, H. A.
Fausett.
Street
M. J. Roess, D. V, Tompkins, Geo.
A. Nash. 4
Cemetery
John Moore, M. J. Roess, J. C.
Smith.
Fire
J. J. Gerig, H. A. Fausett, W. A
Knight.
Police
W. A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, X. C.
Smith.
Market'
J. C. Smith, J. M. Meffert, J. J.
Gerig.
Sanitary
H. A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash, D. W.
Tompkins.
Building
John Moore, H. A. Fausett, J. C.
Smith. I
, Light and Water
; J. M. MefTert, D. W. Tompkins, J.j
J. Gerig. j
A CURE FOR SOUR STOMACH
Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, of Battle
Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been
troubled with indigestion, sour stom stomach
ach stomach and bad breath. After taking two
bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets I am
well. These tablets are splendid none
better." For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
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