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FRENCH ATTACKING -HEAR VER VERDUN
DUN VERDUN IN GREAT FORCE
COHSULTinG ENGINEERS EMPLOYED TO MAKE PLAHS FOn A SEWERAGE SYSTEM AND
- ELECTRIC CURREtlT AND WATER PLANT ;
The city council'-. met Wednesday
afternoon at 3 o'clock in adjourned
session,, with the, following gentlemen
in their seats:. Chairman Meffert,
Councilmen Tompkins, Gerig, Knight,
jRoess, Moore, Smith, Nash and Faus Faus-ett
ett Faus-ett a f ull board.
The business of the meeting was
taken up where left off the night be before.
fore. before. -..
Considerable discussion followed
as to the methods of employing a
consulting engineer, as to whether
i?eris'and taxpayers of Ocala, respect respectfully
fully respectfully request ycur honorable body to
carefully investigate the above propo proposition,
sition, proposition, and to accept the suggestion
for the appointment of some disinter disinterested
ested disinterested and competent engineer to pass
on the merits of ', the proposition as
above set forth. ".
one engineer should be employed to Q
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do all of the work or that it should be
divided,-and how the selection of such
engineer should be made.
; Finally, after several motions pro
and con, it was moved and '. seconded
that the propositions should be sep separated,
arated, separated, and an engineer employed for
the sewerage work and another for
the light and water projects.
A vote was then taken on an en en-gineer
gineer en-gineer f orthe sewerage work, the
understanding being that the low man
should drop out each time a vote was
taken; On the second ballot the J. G.
McCrary Co., represented, here, by Mr.
L. II. West, vice president, in charge
of the Florida work, was given the
contract, it to take over and give
credit for the bill of $850 paid to Mr.
Twombley. On motion, the election
of the McCrary Co. was then made
A vote was then taken on an en
gineer to take charge of the improv improving
ing improving or rebuilding of the light and
water plants. Messrs. Twombley &
vllanney wTere elected, and on motion
their election, was made unanimous.
As thpir representative was not
preser the clerk was instructed to
notify them to have Mr. Twombley
here by next Monday. y
On motion of Mr. Roess, the light
and water committee is empowered to
proceed at once with the drilling of a
new 10-inch well to augment the
A. Moses J. L. Leitner, D. A. Smith,
M. S. Sawaya, F. R. Miller, D. Chi Chi-sena,
sena, Chi-sena, C. E. Simmons, E. B. Green, R.
W VFlinn, M. R. Williams, A. G.
Maree, C. A. McPherson, S. E. Frasec,
B. B. Baum, B. F. Condon, F. E.
Wetherbee, J. A. Pittman, E. Drey Drey-fous,
fous, Drey-fous, S. S. Savage, Jr., R. S. Bullock,
r x? tt. t r r..ni. r r t
If the report of such engineer should TTr . '
u 4, ii v i. 4.x. i 'ilior, W. H. Dodson, H. n.. Crumpton,
oW that it would be to the interest! TT' TT . A
v. ii- x eter, x. ri. iiarris, j. v.
Fausett, Sam N. Igou, Phil Robinson,
C. Simmons, Jno. L. Edwards, F. W.
(COLOSSAL ATTEMPT IS BEING
j MADE TO J RIVE GERMANS
f BACK INTO THEIR OWN
Paris, April 8. A vast French
army of 200,000 men, supported by
huge artillery, is concentrated around
Verdun for a dn o against the Ger-
Night and day attacks are be-
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SECURES 10R FLORIDA PRODUCERS RELIII
of the tax payers and the consumers
pf electric current in Ocala to enter
into contract with the Florida Power
Company, we respectfully. request
that such a contract be made:
Signed: II: M. Ilampton, Louis. N.
Long, W. S. Hilands, W. A. Goin, II.
C. Jones, H. C. tDozier, Ar E. Burnett
E. J. Collier, M. L. Mershon, A.
Beck, T.' W. Troxler, Mrs. F. L. MaycT"
J. B. Horrell, W. H. Marsh B. H.
Clark, H. L. Walters, H. P. Bitting,
John Samia, W. R. ; Winter, E. M.
Howard, J. H. J. Counts, John Dozier,
T. M. Moore, J. W. Lamar, R.- T.
Adams, Jas. J. Retkey, R. S. Hall, J.
P. Galloway, T. C. Luckie, J. M. Luck Luck-ie,
ie, Luck-ie, G. E. Allemand, G. T. Maughs, R.
S. Rogers, J. II, LaRue, C. E- Ahearn
II. L. Booher, Frank Harris, Jr., Chas.
G. Woods, B. A. Brannon, S. "M. Lum Lum-mus,
mus, Lum-mus, Edward Tucker, H. W. Walters
J. II. Strunk, B. Rheinauer, C. G.
Simpson, C. L. Anderson, Geo. C.
Crom, C. E. Winston, :W. L Evans, J.
B. Carlisle, Jr., R. E Clarkson, J. T.
Cohn, R.fiK. Robinson, H. A. Davies,
J.,T. Jones, J. J. Whiteside, J. T. Rob Rob-birison,
birison, Rob-birison, J. H. Spencer, Charles Mac Mac-Lucas
Lucas Mac-Lucas j G. C. Coombs, E. T. Spencer,
Dr. JL. H. von Engelken, M. A. Ten Ten-Eyck,
Eyck, Ten-Eyck, L. F. Ballard, C. K. Sage, S. T.
Si strunk, R. D. Fuller, C. B. Ayer,
David S. Woodrow, J. H. Walters, W.
II. Fuller, W. S. Bullock, Jr., J. D. Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, S. M. Hooper, Harvey Clark,
Percy Smith, G. W. Batts, A. M. Davis,
D. E. Melin, .Wilbur x Counts, A. F.
(Contuiued on Page Two)
y a y
i n P f n ti jJ ft H f H r 11 K m r' i l
ing made to force the Germans from
the Argenne forests and Jhe Lapretre
forests, north" of Pont-a-Mousson.
The Germans are rushing reinforce reinforcements
ments reinforcements to these points. The French
are losing heavily, but a. victory in
this region would compel the retire retirement
ment retirement of three German armies from
FRENCH CLAIM TO HAVE MOVED
Paris, April 8. Terrific artillery
duels are going on in Belgium. Great
activity prevails in the valley of the
Aisne. East of P.beims the French
have maintained gains against fur furious
ious furious German counter attacks. In the
forests of Brule, the French have
stormed -the German trenches. In the
Woev re 'dbti-ict,:-between the Meuse
and Moselle, the French claim further
progress, despite stubborn resistance
of the Germans. V
TEXT OF A MEASURE MARION BOARD OF TRADE ASKS LEGISLATURE TO PASS TO
' FARMERS AND TRUCKERS
WHEREAS, This organization has met with the endorsement and approval of the Secretary of the Depart
I ment of. Agriculture of our Nation, the Governor and Commissioner of Agriculture of our Ktato, and is now
handling successfully for-its members all produce entrusted to it, giving honest and just retains, for same; and,
WHEREAS, To more fully aid and cooperate with the agricultural development and the farmers and grow-
ers of our State, we find it necessary to have certain legislative" enactment to enable our State through' a State -Marketing
Commissioner to better protect "and. safeguard the interest of Florida's farmers; therefore, Le it
RESOLVED We endorse the bil? proposed to create a State Marketing Commission and the appointment
of a State Marketing Commissioner by the Commissioner of Agriculture of our State and -earnestly hope that
same will be enacted into a law at the earliest possible time by our Legislators'aud Senators and i n approved by
tha Governor; -
, RESOLVED, That a copy of this bill and these resolutions be sent to all Boards of Trade, Chambers of
Commerce or other business organizations in the State; to'each member of the House and Senate, end 'urge their
endorsement of same and plead for its passage.
That (the Secretary of the Marion County Board of Trade certify to the adopt ion of the: e re solutions and
under the seal of- the organisation transmit same as herein set forth.
BERLIN SAYS FRENCH
CONT1N UES WITH UNA BATED
FURY AND STEADY GAIN TO
city's water supply, in anticipation of J oyner, George Rentz, Frank C. Oh
the needs when the new machinery
wilt be installed. ;
Mr. Roess of the street committee
reported that his committee had
unanimously agreed to recommend the
purchase of an Austin Western Road
Machinery Company's road scarifier,
same to cost $1000 f o. b. Chicago.
After much discussion the report, was
adopted and the "machinery ordered
purchased. The contract was ext
ecuted today. The makers of the
machinery absolutely guarantee it to
do the work required of it, or they
will take the machinery off the city's
hands and reimburse it for the
freight. The" terms were moste lib liberal,
eral, liberal, "nothing down and easy terms
on the balance."
The Good Samaritan Army asked
for free lights in its hall. The request
was referred to the light and water
committee with power to act.
Petition of the Florida Power Co.
The following petition was read
from the Florida Power Company.
To the Honorable City Council of
The Florida Power Company, hav having
ing having made the following proposition to
the city of Ocala, viz:
The Florida Power Co. proposes to
.sell the city of Ocala electric current
at Dunnellon at 1 cents per k. w. h.
to Dunnellon; or, the power company
will sell the current delivered to the
switchboard of the city plant at 2300
volts, at 2 cents pere k. w. h., the city
to enter into a ten-year contract with
the power company. It being distinct distinctly
ly distinctly understood and agreed upon, how however,
ever, however, that the city.is to have the priv priv-ilegeof
ilegeof priv-ilegeof terminating the contract at
.the en3 of two years by giving the
power company thirty days' notice.
As evidence of its faith in the above
proposition the Dower company sug suggests
gests suggests that the light and water com committee
mittee committee of the city council, and a com committee
mittee committee of three, appointed by the pres president
ident president of the Board of Trade, acting
jointly, select a competent consulting
engineer to pass on the merit of the
proposition. Should the engineer ad advise
vise advise the city to reject both proposi propositions,
tions, propositions, the power company agrees to
pay for the examination and report of
Ytre, the undersigned consumers, cit-
len, J. W. Tally, E. C. Greenwood, J.
M. Goddard, F. B. Turner, A. Slott,
A. N M. Lansford, Frank Harris, Sr.,
Benj. F. Borden, J. R. Dewey, C. G.
Barnett, D. F. Blalock, O. C. Tignor,
M. Cv Izlar, Wm. M. Gober, Wm. C.
Charles, W. K. Lane, J. H. Dunn, E.
H. Martin, W. K. Zewadski, H. W.
Tucker, J. H. Livingston, C. R. Ty Ty-dings,
dings, Ty-dings, C. R. Tydings. Jr., W. A. Ten Ten-Eyck,
Eyck, Ten-Eyck, D. V. Davis, N. P. Davis, Chas.
S. Cullen, The Court Pharmacy, C.
Peyser, L. J. Knight, Geo. J. Blitch,
D. C. Stiles, Jr A. C. Cobb, Joseph
Bell, W. E. Smith, II. B. Clarkson, E.
C. Bennett, A .T. Thomas, J. ,C. Dear Dear-mim,
mim, Dear-mim, D. E. Swindell, L. W. Halstun,
Sydney Haile, C. G. Bryant, J. R.
Wenrich, K. G. Malhond, V. C. Detter Detter-ich,
ich, Detter-ich, L. J. Blalock, W. H. Thomas, Ollie
Mordis, J. W. Dodge, D. A. Salter, L.
F. .Teuton, Jacob Schielz, David S.
Welch, M. Sumner, O. Andrews, W.
M. Palmer, T. D. Lansford O. W.
Cordero, S. L. Mathews, T. B. Pas Pasteur,
teur, Pasteur, Marcus Frank, F. T. Schreiber,
C. Rheinauer, C. N. Schlemmer, B.
Goldman, H. Warshauer, C. R. Pea Pea-body,
body, Pea-body, P. J. Theuis, M. Fishel, C. W.
Fishel, J. R. Jordan, W. F. Blesch, H.
W. Counts, C. Al Reeve, R. Lf Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, J. W. Akin, F. L. J3ooher, C. W.
Hunter, C. N. Kirkland, B. Scher,
C. McClure, Jerry Burnett, Herbert
The city to construct a line from OcalaLattner, G. W. Martin, Jr., L. G.
Bailey, J.: A. Morris, Jr., A. O. Dame,
Peyton Bailey," Ira- L. Taylor, S.
Schussler, W F. McAteer, E. L.
Vaughn, T. M. Floyd, G. T. Liddon, C.
A. Fort, J. L. Smoak, Jr A. C. BlowT BlowT-ers,
ers, BlowT-ers, W. N. Norwood, Carroll Fraser,
Chas. J, Leitner, SW. H. McConn, H. A.
Kramer, Peter P. CoStello, E. C. Jor
dan, W. W. C. Smith, E. C. Smith, J.
R. Fort, E. J. Kitfhin, E. A. Polly, Wr.
E. Haugh, C. H. Whitfield, J. G. Kich-
line, Charles Rodoff, Carl Wenzel, E.
W Lea vengood, John Robinson, J. C.
Swaim JT. G. Batts, Heron Todd, M. L.
Reynolds, W. T. Luckie, J. G. Smoak,
B. F, Duke.; Harry Peter, S. P. An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, J r P. H. Perkins, E. G. Lind Lindner,
ner, Lindner, R. E. Fort,' H. A. Reynolds, W.
C. Moore, R. A. Sandlin, Julius T.
Miller, I- A. Snow, J. D. Wilkes, E: P.
Paulti,; Jas. J. Walters, Marion Mer Mercantile
cantile Mercantile Co., E. G. Rivers, E. E. Dobbs,
L. E. Warner, H. Q. Shrimp&lin, T. H.
Bennett, F. G. Anthony, C. F. Flip Flip-pen7
pen7 Flip-pen7 John Boisseau, J. V. Tarver, S.
Petrograd, April 8. Austrian guns,
captured when Przemysl fell,"' with
great stores of ammunition, are" be being
ing being turned against the Austro-Ger-man
armies in the Carpathians, where
a mighty conflict is raging over a
125-mile front. Taking foothill after
foothill on the, Hungarian slopes of
the Carpatbians, the Russians are ad advancing
vancing advancing steadily, alternating between
furious bombardments with mountain
guns and smashing assaults with cold
steel. The Russians are fortifying
the Beskid range, captured after a
bloody struggle. It is estimated the
Austro-Germans in the Carpathians
have lost nearly 150,000 killed, wound wound-ed
ed wound-ed and prisoners since the present
campaign started. The Rnssian losses
are also heavy.
The German attempts to break the
Russian front at Posiouv!;a have
PIERCED AUSTRIAN LINE
V TWO PLACES
London, April 8. A News dispatch
from Petrograd says the Austrian
army under General Boerovitch,' fight fighting
ing fighting in the Carpathians, has been pierc pierced
ed pierced in two places by the Russians.
.The Russians have captured Smol Smolensk,
ensk, Smolensk, east of Lupkow pass.
CAPTURED THE CUP
Ocala. Elks in Palatka Carried Off the
The Ocala -Elks who went to Pa Palatka
latka Palatka Tuesday returned today, tired
but happy. Of all ; the lodges repre represented
sented represented in the Gem City, they had the
best showr in the big parade, and cap captured
tured captured the handsome cup offered as a
Thenext Elks convention will be
held in Jacksonville.
Berlin, April 8. General Joffre's
drive against the Germans in the
Wocvre district e has -ultcd in an
enormous loss of life, W44.;out mater material
ial material gains, for the French.-; The 'pres 'pressure
sure 'pressure of the French between the Meuse
and. Moselle .rivers :is- increasing.
The fighting there is extremely vio violent.;
lent.; violent.; Nothing important is reported from
TURKS BEAT OFF THE ATTACK
-Constantiiioplo. April 8. A torredo
boat, destroyer nnd a cruiser were
damaged by the Turks when a
squadron of the allies' ships bombard bombarded
ed bombarded the works at the .western entrance
to the Dardanelles Sunday.'
Amsterdam, April 8. The German
aeroplane which bombarded Bergues,
south of Dunkirk,-was shot to earth at
Steenworde, Belgium, today. The
aviator and observer were killed.
PREPARING TO MAKE AN IM IMMENSE
MENSE IMMENSE DEMONSTRATION
NEAR AUSTRIAN PORTS
Geneva, April 8. Italy is prepar preparing
ing preparing for one of the biggest naval dem demonstrations
onstrations demonstrations in itV history, says a
Rome dispatch. Despite rumors of
agreement between Austria and Italy,
the "Italian admiralty is concentrating
a mighty fi eat in the waters adjacent
to Austrian ports. The Italian, "ad "admiralty
miralty "admiralty is silent as to the object:
SEE This farm
Springs road which
on the Silver
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
WHEREAS, The Marion County Board'of Trade, in conference with leading fanners ::;.d growers of this
county in August, 1914, realized that'action must be taken looking to relief for the 'farmer, of this county
through ibme method of marketing and distributing our products; and,
WHEREAS, This meeting convinced' those gathered of the vital neci.-.?ity of extending the movement
throughout the State; resolved and called a State-wide meetins: in the Board of Trade rooms at Jacksonville;
WHEREAS, On September 8th, T914, there was begun the Florida Marketing Bureau, an organization
cnarterea not tor proht but to promulgated system to market and properly distribute the "product:
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ONLY MORAL SUASION WILL BE
USED IN ENGLAND AGAINST
London, -April 8. There will be no
mandate issued putting a ban on in intoxicants
toxicants intoxicants throughout Great Britain
and colonies during the war. An ap appeal
peal appeal will be made to people to ab abstain
stain abstain from hard drinking while the
war progresses. It-is the general opin opinion
ion opinion of the cabinet that total prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition is impracticable.
KNOCKED OUT BY NEPTUNE
Gulf of Mexico Got Jess Willard's
Key West, April 8. Jess Willard
didn't keep the championship title
forty-eight hours. The &ulf of Mex Mexico
ico Mexico scored a clean knock-out on the
voyage from Havana to Key West.
The champion was still green around
the gills when he landed. lie received
a great ovation here. The party pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded northward, through Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. They will make a short stop in
Baltimore Friday night and show at
the polo grounds Saturday afternoon.
Miss Anna Harriett Forse of Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg and Mr. Chas. J. Mitchell of New
Jersey, were married yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of Rev.
Bunyau Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell left today for their future home
in New Jersey.
One of the most desirable lots in
North Ocala. Will take as part, pay payment
ment payment 1 horse and buggy. Animal
must be young and perfectly gentle
so that any lady can drive in perfect
safety. Apply W. H. McConn. Mon.
Wed. Thur. lm.
A BILL TO BE ENACTED INTO LAW DURING THE
SION OF THE LEGISLATURE
WHEREAS, The fruit grower, th3 vegetal.de grower, the farmer 'is in
need of a better-system of marketing the products of Florida; .and,
WHEREAS, Individually they are helpless within themselves, and im immediate
mediate immediate action is needed to aid the producer in this Stie to pxQPilXJ-
pose of his product; and,
WHEREAS, For many years the agricultural producers'- in Florida
have been paying a special tax known as the fertilizer stamp tax; and,
WHEREAS, A small appropriation made out of this fund to aid these
producers in our State to, establish a sound marketing system; therefore,
be it .". ... '.
, RESOLVED, That a bill to be entitled An Act Creating a Marketing
Bureau of the State of Florida, and Creating the Of.' -c cf State Market Marketing
ing Marketing Commissioner.
Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of i Jonda:
Section 1. The Department of a Marketing Bureau of the State cf
Florida is hereby established, and shall be known as ?uch. The office of the
State Marketing Commissioner is hereby established and it shall be the
duty of the Commissioner of Agriculture inm'edi.'itely on 'passage of this
Act, and approval by the Governor, to appoint a State Marketing Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner who shall hold office from time of his appointment until his suc successor
cessor successor is appointed and qualified, or removed by the Commissioner of Ag Agriculture
riculture Agriculture for cause, which shall' be during the last ten drys of "December,
1916, and every two years-thereafter, and shall assume., the duties of the
office on the first day of January following.
2.500 tier annum as his salarv. and he snail be allowed
seven hundred and fifty dollars per annum for actual traveling expense?
in traveling over the State in the discharge of the ditto of the office, said
traveling expenses ,to be set forth in itemized statement under oath to'the
Commissioner of Agriculture and both salary and traveling' expenses shall
be payable4 monthly out of "the funds derived from the sale of fertilizer
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stamps and in the same manner as othei
Sec. 3. The Marketing Commissioner thai! have hi.- headquarters anu
hold his office in the city of Jacksonville, and tinon the approval of the
Commissioner of Agriculture may employ a clerk or clerk when necessary;
but at no time may the expenses of the Marketing Comm'tr-lon exceed the
-ale cf fertilizer
sum of $7,500 per annum and the sum of $7,500 or
sary is hereby appropriated out of the funds derived from
stamps to be paid in the same manner as ah other
Soc a Rpfnrp pnterinc uDon the discharge of hi-: dutiej
keting Commissioner, he shall give bond in. the sur
Florida in some responsible indemnity company, to
retarv of State, conditioned that he will truly
monies which may come into his hands in his e filial capacity, and that he
will faithfully perform the duties enjoined on him by law, and that he
V? ? si t r AT
by the Hec-
cVoii ilcn tct anrl cnbsrribe the oath renuirea una
Sec. 5. The State Marketing Commissioner bhail keep a scul of citizQ
. . . it .?.,
which shall be used to authenticate an paper.-, duu
executed by law as such officer.
Sec. 6. At the end of each calendar month he
file with the Com-
Concluded' on Fourth Page)
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FORi YOUR INSPECTION.
in and see our striking line of snappy, up-to-date Spring and Sum
mer patterns and shades in Worsteds, Cheviots, Serges and Tweeds.
Take your choice. Pick the style you prefer. That's all there is to it. Our
expert taiior will take your measure and your clothes will be made in our
Sun-Lit shops by expert cutters and highly skilled, happy tailors. We wil' give
you a Perfect Fit, the finest you ever had on your back, or hand back your
money. That is the English Woolen Mills method of Hoing business. Its
the thod that guarantees the utmost clothes value for your money.
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Salaries, officers, clerks, etc.$ 242.00
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J. II. Benjamin, Editor
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CITY TAKES FIRST
Mr. Perry G. Wall of Tampa, who
spent most of yesterday and today in
this city, found many friends here,
and will not be shy of votes in the day
of the primary.
He is a most pleasant gentleman to
meet and ha3 a clean record as a cit citizen
izen citizen and business man. It can't be
denied that he has great ability and
is well posted on the needs of the
state. His home city and adjacent
territory are taking great pride in
his candidacy, and it is easy to : see
that he will have good support all
While Mr. Wall was in the city, he
was a welcome visitor to the Star of office.
fice. office. He is one of the sort of men
that success does not spoil, and al always
ways always stays in close touch with the
people. He returned to Tampa this
MADE GOOD FOR THE MISTAKE
(Continued-from Page 1)
j.Cook, C. H. Lloyd, Wilbur Cleveland,
J. L..Smoak, J. M. INeely, N. C. Ueise,
J. H. Benjamin, H. H. Henderson, C.
W. Moifatt, L. R. Rhodes, T.'L. Neely, ( Ref und
T. C. Thompson, A. P. Gilmore, J. D.
Smith, R. C. Loveridge, A. D. Smith,
K. C. Lee, H. R. Smith, C. W. Smith,
Jas. F. Marsh, W. P. Chalker, A. J.
Brigance, Frank Drake, E. M. Osborn,
Dr. McClane, W. T. Gary, A. A. Winer,
W. C. Jeffords, C. L. West, E. W.
Kraybill, II., H. Meadows, P. II. Nu Nugent,
gent, Nugent, L. Dozier, F. B. Beckham.
Witness fees and costs. .
Feed for prisoners
Labor . ".
Feed .. ..
Surveying . . . .
Labor and expense
Contingencies . .
Paving (sidewalk) ...
Auditing city books
Supplies and repairs
Electric light department .
Wrater works department:
Labor . . . .......
(Continued from Yesterday)
Total warrants drawn. . .'$ 7,421.86
Disbursed by City Treasurer During
Electric light fund
Water works fund
Bond interest fund
The Star has received a letter from
Mr. Gilbert D. Leach of the Tampa
Tribune, in regard to our recent ar article
ticle article on errors in the Tribune Year
Book, and "calling down" Secretary
Rooney for using in the "Follow Up
booklet matter similar to that used in
the Tribune special edition.
Mr. Leach says that the mistakes
in the Marion county page of the year
book were the result of a mistake 4 in
make-up, such as every printer can
understand. He says that the mis mistake
take mistake was discovered .before all the
year books were out, and was" rectified
as "far asf possible by printing the
table correctly on slips and pasting
them in the year book by hand over
the erroneous statement, which was
one immense job, as we can testify.
Mr. Leach supports his statement with
a copy of the year book in which the
corrected slip was pasted. The Star
can cheerfully vquch for the fact that
ThTT7ibunVways does its best to do
careful work, and when it does make
mistakes is never sparing in its ef
. forts to make them good.
As for the dispute between Mr.
Leach and Mr. Rooney, they decline to
agree,-arid as both are our friends, we
don't see how we can take either side.
This much we must say, that Mr.
Rooney is a mine of information
about Marion county, that he is al al-'ways
'ways al-'ways prompt and generous about sup-"
plying such information he has sup supplied
plied supplied the Star, with lots of it and
never asks any credit, and that Mr
Leach informed the Star personally
that Mr. Roonev had been of the
greatest assistance to him in his work
Petition Was Rejected
On motion of Mr. Tompkins the pe petition
tition petition was rejected.
A communication "was read from
Mrs. M. H. Stoval, secretary of the
Carnegie Library Association, asking
the city to include the necessary; mill-
age'' levy to raie the $1000 per year
in its regular tax levy to be made
Ibis month. '
A petition from property owners on
Pond street askirvg that their street
be opened from South Fifth to South.
Si'xth, was read and referred to the
street committee. 7 :
In response to a request from the
city attorney to the abstract com
panies for bid on securing abstracts
on certain property in the city where
suits will be instituted to collect pav
ing, charges, both proposals were re rejected,
jected, rejected, and the matter was referred
to the finance committee. :
On request of the Star, the papers
were authorized in future to charge
the. local line rate for city pound no
On motion of Mr. Gerig, the clerk
was instructed to pay one-half of the
American Audit Company's balance
now and the remainder in 30 days. (
The clerk's financial report was pre presented
sented presented but not read at that' time, on
account of great press of other mat matters.
ters. matters. ..
The report is as follows:
City Clerk's Financial Report
- Ocala, Fla., April 6, ; 1915.
To the Honorable City Council, Ocala,
. Florida: ' :
Gentlemen: Beg leave to submit the
following report of receipts and dis
bursements duriner the month of
Collected by tax collector:
Taxes .. $ 7,469.59
Balance on Hand April 1, 1915
General fund .........
Bond interest fund .
Sinking, fund ..........
Electric light fund .
Water works fund, ...
Water works bond fund
Accounted for as Follows (As
In Commercial Bank, (April
; 6tK) ; ...............I 5,724.09
Sinking fund in separate
account . . . ... .....
Ia Seaboard National Bank,
New York .............
Interest coupons paid, no
voucher issued ......
Interest coupons now, turned
; in . . . .". ....
Change in office
ilut.oria fiiye. sitting at her parlor
window and exchanging the thoughts
or the rooming with tier green feath feathered
ered feathered rann!iar-pirit. saw loafing across
from Let house a long. lean, .lanky
man with a sparse black beard. Pres Presently
ently Presently the doorbell raug, and one of the
wide. .low detectives came in with an
air ot great exhaustion.
"Nothing doing, ma'am." he reported.
"Blinky Peters and watched your
husband's club all the time. Sneaky
Tavis has shadowed Warner's apart apartments',
ments', apartments', und I'm to go let him get some
"Are you sure my husband and that
girl haven't left the city;" she asked.
"They didn't go from any regular
railroad station." stated Bill Wolf, with
Nd Wairer at about the same timely
i received a report of similar discour
agement from the long. lean, lanky de
tective. There had been found no
trace of .June NVaruer nor of Blye.
Without thought ot detectives, bat
keeping a watchful eye lest she should
ee Ned or hei parents. June went
boldly forth. She was thoughtful as
Tommy Thoina ushered her into a
waiting hansom, for this friend. ot Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert Hive's was expensively gowned
and seemed to live In uuusual freedom.
In one t the big department stores
.June was taken up to the manageress
ot the Trench salon; then Tommy
went away, and presently June, whose
face anl tkrure, carriage and manner
had been grimly inspected and approv
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Ocala, Florida, April 1, 1915
In order to make it easier for our customers to settle their telephone
counts promptly, we have decided, effective today, to recede, for the present,
from our rule requiring payment for service quarterly in advance, and instead
collect lor service iiiuiox in advance, we shall, hovever, insist
prompt payments by tne month. Unless payment is made at
THE OFFfCE OF THE COMPANY BEFORE ilth m OF-MONTH
service v ill be discontinued without further notice. We are tn im- to
you, won't you be prompt and help us ?
OCALA TELEPHONE COMPLY
, BY J. P. PHILLIPS, Manager.
An exchange asks if it wa sn't ter ter-ry
ry ter-ry who said, "Don't give up the ship ?
Nope; that was Decatur. St. Peters Peters-'
' Peters-' burg Times.
, Look again, and see If it wasn't
If the legislature wants to do the
proper thing, it will simply vote Gov Governor
ernor Governor TrammelPs message on to the
statute books and go home. The mes message
sage message covers everything and hangs
down on both sides.
It is a good thing for France and
Britain that Russia is not saving the
lives of her men.
Fines (police court) ... 175.70
Delinquent personal taxes. 34.85
Hack inspection fees .. . . 14.00
Col. by stock impounder:
Pound fees "-. . 38.00
Collected by clerk:
E. L.' Dept. (service) 2,847.08
E. L. Dept. (meter deposits) ; 30.00
House rent ....."".... 35.00
St ndries . . ..... . 1-50
Assessments (paying) .... 77.85
Assessment (sidewalks) ..." '352.94
W. W. Dept. (rents) ...... 77.80
W. W. Dept. (meters) .... 21.85
W. V. Dept.' (house rent) . 4.00
Total' collections. $11,291.41
Bal. on hand Mch. 1, 1915 6,907.33
o a Person Who Prides
Himself cn Bis Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business.
402-404 S. 31ain Street
: $ 9,268.06
Outstanding Scrip, April 1, 1915
General fund . . . . $ 19o.96
Electric light fund .... 229.06
Water works fund . ... 106.32
H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
Mr. Smith, of the market committee
reported that he had had the roof of
the building fixed.
The light and water committee re
ported and recommended lights and
power for. motors be granted for cer
tain citizens of Tucker Hill.
' The city attorney was instructed to
proceed with handling the city's char
ter amendments in the legislature and
to keep the council posted when as assistance
sistance assistance was needed there to get the
Water work3 bond interest coupons
amounting to $325 were ordered.paid
and destroyed. ;
, The clerk notified the council that
its notes at" the banks were due and
he. was instructed to pay the interest
and renew them.
An ordinance looking towards the
prevention of mosquitoes in the city
was read for its first time and re referred
ferred referred to the judiciary committee.
All bills properly approved were
ordered paid as the finances permit.
Mr. Meffert stated that the' time
had arrived when the salaries of city
employes for the ensuing year, were to
be fixed He had a schedule of them
all, which, with the addition of $5
per month to the salary of the sani
tary inspector, he recommended that
they be the same as last year. Some
discussion followed and the matter
was laid over until next meeting.
The council adjourned at 6 o'clock
till next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
City Health Officer's Report
The report of Dr. H. F. Watt, city
health officer, was as follows:
To the Honorable Council, City of
I hereby make the following report
as city health officer for the month of
One hundred and thirty-five visits
were made to my office at the primary
school. Of these ten were excluded
from school and fourteen given notes
of advice to their parents. This un unusual
usual unusual number was due to the epidemic
of grippe. This demoralized the at attendance
tendance attendance for a few weeks. We have
had mumps and chicken pox in town
this month, but so far we have kept
it from spreading in the school.
Dairy and milk work as follows:
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"We Treat lour Laundry White'
Will last longer and look. better if you send them to us to be
laundered by our up-to-date methods. Our special machinery for
this class of work gives the best work that is obtainable with
the least possible wear. If we are not now calling for your laun laundry
dry laundry just call PHONE 21 and let us prove to you that there is no
work superior to ours.
-.1 BSSBL'S'a 111'.. .HSBII
Campbell Farm 84
Hewitt . .. 85
Hall ... 74
Osteen '. . . 74
Ocala Heights. 93
Pyles . ..66
Close I. ...78
Roller .. .. ..55
() Sells' only butter and butter buttermilk.
milk. buttermilk. The markets apd bakeries are all in
good shape. AH have been inspected
and score cards hung.
Have been called to the jail several
times to give medical and surgical
attention to the prisoners.
II. F. Watt, City Health Officer.
ed. whs being instructed in the art ot
parading iu a gown and of displaying
the propei degree ot elegant insolence
to impress customers.
A sleepy looking colored maid came
in. and some girls brought In gowns
shrouded iu white bags. V
"The eannry. .Maud," ordered the
manageress, poking her head between
the curtains, and the sleepy colored
tnaid slowly took down the bag con
taining the canary evening frock.
"What is your first name, child?"
"June answered that young lady.
"Your name here will be Therese,"
added the manageress. You' haven't
done this before, have you?
"No." June's voice was faint and
weak. She had a queer feeling In her
stomach, and her eyes began to widen
again as she studied nn appalling array
"Never mind. I'll be in and make
At last June was to know how It felt
to earn one's own living. She bad a
mingled exhilaration and depression In
the contemplation of that remarkable
As June peered out of her dressing
alcove a middle aged man and woman
paused iu a vigorous argument. The
woman wanted-money, and the man
would not give It. Then June was
called and came out and paraded slow slowly
ly slowly down between the two long rows of
chairs. There were.a hundred or more
women and some men. Occasionally
one of the women beckoned to her and
made her turn and walk away and
She had displayed perhaps half a
dozen gowus when the middle aged
man and woman obstructed her pas passageway
sageway passageway as she came out of the al
cove. They were still in an energetic
dispute about the money. A hundred
dollars the woman wanted, and she
had to have it! The man finally left
A lady from a group where a gray
mustaehed man with a piuk face and
niul snoke to the woinau. The woman!
listened, her eyes following, Jhss a
she walked iu a beautiful black velvet
dinner' gown. The woman spoke to a
I'l want that gownT she snaped.
"Certainly.' madam.' said the wa lea lea-lady.
"Tell her to take it off now. ordered
the customer.- "It's a charge aecount.'
So Juue wa.s unceremoniously rushed
into her alcove and divested of the
blcck. velvet gown, while the charge
account went up The gown was tak taken
en taken away. The woman bad a girl carrj
it to the credit department, said she
bad-.bought the gown, didn't care fot
it and wanted the money. $135
The mauagei of the credit depart
ment expostulated with the woman aa
far as diplomacy would permit. It
was not unusual to have credit cus
tomefs brim: back good and demand
cash, but it was unusual to have it
done so iiuHkly. However, she was a
good customer, and her bills were al
Thf "woman reioined her friend In
front of June's dressing alcove and tri
umtthantlv disnfaved the money. The
husb;md of the customer came up. fu
rious. He b :d been tu,tbe credit desk
and discovered the deception. A little
group quickly formed around the mid
die aged husband and wife.
It was at this moment that Blye ap
peared ,by the side of the gray mus
tached man. and with him was Tom
my Thomas! .Blye nodded bis head to
Cunningham and said something to
Tommv. She strolled with quite eti
dent Teiactance across the floor.
"Your turn, dear." said the manager
ess to June and frowned in the direc direction
tion direction of the group.
"1 give you everything you want,
charged the man. "No woman In this
town has more. You can go into an?
shop in New York and order what you
like, and I pay your bills. Yet you
graft on meT
"You give me .everything but mon
evr shrilled the woman. I beg for
every cent I get!"
To give on the one band and to beg
a the other! It wa& a striking ill us
A Visit to
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EVE WTH B UQ YDlf RECpSSiti,
POLLAUS always have a long reach in my store, but on this particular day
at this particular store they will more than double their distance. Can t
mention, but a few items in this space, but the counters will be crowded with
beautiful goods at great Bargains .- - - -
Worth $400 to $6.00 at
From 2c to 12c, worth double the pries
'1 O '."
One lot Ladies' Black, Tan and White j
. Hose, worth from 15c to 25c, eight
pairs for . $1.00
One lot Cambric and Swiss Embroider Embroider-.
. Embroider-. ies, 2c to 15c, worth 3 times the price.
One lot beautifully figured, Batiste
and Lace Lawns, 8 l-2c per yard, or
12 yar Is for
One lot men's and
colors, worth 50c, at
Remember, you may never again have an opportunity to buy :o mruty beautiiul
Goods at Such Remarkably Low Prices
fci.tJou ut the prineipie wiii. a r.a:
June away -from Ned. That the wo
man is and must remain an object o!
charity. dejHMid upon the bounty of the
man whom she mnrrles! No matter
how generous the man might be nor
how penurious, the principle was the
The gray mustaehed man railed the
ma RSgeress. ,
"I would like to see that little white
dress." be said. Indicating June, who
had on another frock,
'Certainly," replied the manageress
She harried over to .fane and said
A warm hand caught June's wrist.
and a voice said:
You're stunning! What's the fight
Tommy Thomas it was.
The two girls stood listening.
The gray mustaehed man rose.
"If this is the .sort of attention I
receive in this shop I will give It no
more of patronage. be declared an angrily
grily angrily to the manageress.
Blye, smiling, saw the superintend-i
em enter and called bis attention to
the gray mustaehed man, and the su superintendent
perintendent superintendent hurried over and met Qrin
Cunningham, whose cheeks puffed
, Wbat is the matter?" asked the su superintendent.
perintendent. superintendent. Matterr blazed Cunningham. "I've
been, nskln tbl KaUworoan for halt
an hour to let tne see that little while
dress." be pointed to Juuo, "and I am
The superintendent turned to the 1
manageress. "Madam El'iug, what i
the trouble?" i
"It's a new model," explained the j
manageress. "1 can't get her to pny j
any attention to me." j
Tben discharge her at oncef order
ed the superintendent and turned on
Madam ErOns striked straight over
' 4You are discharged!" she snapped.
Ohr June vvas tunued.
"No excuses, please!" gra tel the man
"MadamT called the vivacious Tom-
my Thomas, but madam only glared at
ber and stalked away, while June j
walked into her dressing alcove to
know, with sympathy for ait the other
girls In he position, just how It feeH j
to be discharged.
Meantime Tommy Thomas, the look j 0
of concern fnding from her band-orm-1
countenanee. lAirried over and joiced i
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apd his wii
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If your car needs -PAINTING see
me. If it needs brightening up use my
"AUTO PRESERVATION POLISH'
ar"l save paint, bill s Price $1.00.
T. D. DILLON
203 N. JIain St. Phone 193
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( Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
2iy2c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ceala Ice & Packing Co.
' Phone M
Orin Cunningham and Gilbert
The three left the department.
When June emerged from her dress dressing
ing dressing alrove Madam Effing wasthereand
without a word gave her a little yellow
envelope. With this in her band June f
walked out into the street, saddened j
with the realization that, after all. the
way to independence is full ot hard- i
ships and that txunty nus-t nave -its
Gilbert lilye was waiting for her at j
the comer, suave, pleasant, smiling.
She had never met a man who raised j
nu nai wiu more couniy grace u;.ui
he. Ue asked if he luight walk with
her a little way. and she w no rea reasonable
sonable reasonable excuse to refuse him hftx-r I.H
consideration of the morning. He -sym-oathized
with her. and be extended his
walk to the door of her lodging. He j
held her hand a moment overlons in I
her cold eye looking from the area win- j u-"rjtt0r u'
dow. saw Lim bending over her in j -smiling
There were unhappy dinners in New r r-York
York r-York that night Se6 Warner, afr.ii.i; .
to leave the beadquarters he had e-j
tatjlished. had his dinner brought In j
by a thick thumbed waiter, who car
ried each course out into th hall and
ate it himself, since Ned had scarce!?
touched it. June, her tbought3 all o: i
rsea ana ccr laicer auu muiuer, uau
her lonely meal In the little back bed bedroom
room bedroom with Marie to serve and to grieve
Care I Z:
Work U-r th
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)CALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1915
Runaway ; June
I ()CALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f
LOUIS R. CHAZAL & SONS CO.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
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(Continued from Second Page)
IV O. Box 475
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
FIE AUTO COMTEST:
Miss Weathers Entertains at Auction
for Miss MacKay
Taking presidence in a series of pre
-nuptial affairs given for Miss Bessie
JlacKay "will be the informal auction
party this afternoon at which Miss
.Janet Weathers, at her home on Pine
j street, entertained sixteen" special
friend?. Invited to join the players
ary editor. The annual is edited by the
junior class, is called the Mossoks and
is to be a hundred-page, cloth bound
volume. To be on the staff of the an annual
nual annual is a distinct honor and the ap appointment
pointment appointment of Mr. Blitch, one of Mar
ion county's most popular boys, will4
be welcome news to his many friends.
U. D. C. Meeting
April business meeting
Hate m the afternoon lor tea were
j twenty-five members of the married j Dickison chapter, U. D. C., will be
tser- beld at the home of 'Mrs. B. A.
i The drawmjr room and living room T t -1 0
. . Weathers f riday afternoon at 3
nvere.openea en suite ana were ueco-
Is rapidly drawing to a close, and now is the time to get busy
securing your ballots. Tell your friends to do their trading here
and save the voting couppns for you. We have arranged to issue
trading coupon books for use in the contest. These books may be
had from 50 cents upward, good for -the amount paid at any future
date on everything we sell. Votes are issued to the full amount: of
the?e books when pjrcha?ed. If your supporters are not now in posi position
tion position to use the goods, they can help you anyway by buying these
coupon books and using them for future purchasing.
" The standing of the contestants at the close of the count on
Wednesday, April 7th, was as follows for the five leading candi candi-dates
dates candi-dates for the pretty Juvenile Automobile:
J. 1 Clayton, Jr.. 58,139
Harmon Peebles . . 56,075
Edward Jeffcoat ... .. .42,519
Willie Moore, Jr. -v 20,358
Turney Colbert.,-- --T.. 8,560
rated-for the occasion with a profu-
doir wood and other wood
which are now so beautiful.
The tallies, -on which scores for the
games, were kept, were attractive
Mrs. E. K. Nelson and daughter,
Miss Ruth Nelson of Tampa, will be
numbered among the former Ocalans
spending grand opera week in At Atlanta.
(Concluded on Page Four)
At the conclusion of the several
progressions the scores, were compar compared
ed compared and the plavers holding1 the high high-est
est high-est totals were awarded with pretty
prizes, pne a glove box and the other j j 1 f A I fc f f" I T ft r A ffl O
a picture frame. To the guest ox hon-j UilbL HOOll IlU MUo
or jvas presented a work box, an ap-
: The polls' will close promptly at 12 o'clock, noon, Friday, April 10th
arid the result will be announced at 4 p. m. Be sure all your votes
are in on time.
propriate and most useful gift for a
While comparing scores the tables
were laid with embroidery covers and
a delicious ice course With tea and
mint:-:, was -served, the players being
joined hy that time oy the other
Miss MacKay wore a pretty spring
costume f white voil, with eton jacket
and pin;' girdle. Completeing the be becoming
coming becoming toilet'-was a large black hat.
Composing the four' tables of card
players were Misses Fraces Arnold,
Settle Mctver, Edith Williams, Hes Hester
ter Hester and Marion Dewey, Beatrice Wei Wei-necke,
necke, Wei-necke, Adcle Bittinger, Hope Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, Emily Stotesbury, Mamie Taylor,
Eugenia Fuller, Mrs. J. H. Taylor,
Mf;. James Taylor, Mrs. J, W. Crook,"
Mrs...G. II. Ford and -.Mrs. I. V. Stev Steven
en Steven ; ; '. "V, --
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALELarge white chrysan chrysanthemum
themum chrysanthemum plants, 30 cents per" dozen.
Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
street. 4-7 tf.
As a special inducement on Dollar
Day we are going to give Double Vct?s
on that day on every purchase made,
whether goods or coupon books. Re Remember,
member, Remember, this is for this day ONLY
MONDAY APRIL 12th. All other
days the regular rates on coupons
prevail. Here's your chance to make
a big showing.
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Tell your friends to get their SPRING SUITS here, as we have a
splendid line to select from. Our PALM BEACH SUITS, SHOES
and SOCKS and PANAMA HATS are beauties and the prices will as astonish
tonish astonish you. Ask about them. s (
(D)CMA !SM(BMRI IflPlI
Uest ol Courthouse Ocala, Fla.
3 est mdA&s
7 't wvivj
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Second Round for the Smith Cup
The first playing in the 18-hole
match play handicap competition for
the cup presented -by v Mrs... ''D. M.
Smith has been concluded and the
winning contestants have drawn as
following for the second round:
F. Drake bye.
J. Camp vs. Ralph Robinson.
N. Davis vs. John Chazal.
. T. D. Lancaster, Jr., .vs. II. Lattner
ar' I. F. Bennett.
S. Jewett vs. C. Camp.
R. O'Farrell vs. Phil Robinson.
v. liiianus uye.
:.. ; Silver Tea :"" .; :"'
On Monday afternoon from 3:30 to
6 o'clock St. Margaret's Guild of
Grace church will give a silver tea at
the. home of: Mrs. C. L. Gamsby on
Wenona street to which the general
public is cordially invited to attend.
The Charity. Circle of the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church will give a "Swap So Social''
cial'' Social'' Friday night at 8 o'clock at the
home of Miss Elizabeth Davis. Ev Everybody
erybody Everybody attend and bring a package.
Admission, 10 cents. : 7-3 1
There will be a social and literary
meeting of the Methodist Woman's
Missionary Society at the parsonage
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. All
the ladies of the church are cordially
ffsT R. G. Blake and Miss Ethe;
pvmr,n ?- Ipff this ftfTnnrTi f nr Tnlln-
liassee to visit the former's daughter,
Miss Irma Blak and tMiss Annie
Moo-rhead at tip Woman's College.
Next Monday Miss Blake will give a
piano recital and the event promises
to be one of brilliancy.
Mrs; 11.' Q. Dozier left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Orlando A to ,be with Dr. Do Do-zier's
zier's Do-zier's sister,- Mrs. Sylvan McElfoy,
during the illness of her young son,.
Master Sylvan McEiroy, 'Jr.
After adjourning for Lent, the
Thursday two table auction club re resumed
sumed resumed its informal weekly games this
afternoon meeting with Mrs. N. Hick-
man, at the home ot tier daughter,
Mrs. L. R.: Chazal. The eight mem members
bers members eni2ysxJ-the afternoon immensely.
CALF STRAYED A four months old
Jersey heifer calf, without marks or
brands, strayed from my house,
near the high school dormitory,
about two weeks ago. Finder will be
rewarded if I am notified. Ti. J.
RANGE FOR SALE A family size,
wood burning range, with hot wa water
ter water tank and connections "for bath.
Apply at Star office. tf
FOR SALE Buff Orpington eggs,
"Florida" strain, bred for winter
eggs first. $1.50 per 15. R. B.
Bowers, Ocala. 3-6t
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 expenses.
Apply to W. F. Adams, Chief of
Police, Ocala, Fla. 5-tf ."
FOR RENT A flat of four rooms
conveniently arranged and with ev ev-erv,
erv, ev-erv, modern improvement; good lo location;
cation; location; rent cheap. Apply to Mrs.
T. H. Wallis or phone 07. 2-6t
FOR RENT YVeil located and nicelj
furnished rooms in residence next
:to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
FOR RENT My suburban home in
the southwestern part of town,
with two acres of ground: rates
- reasonable to the right party. C.
P. Howell, Ocala, Fla. 2-5-tf
oireriuR tu remore tue tnru, ana winru
daring the offer she laid tier band oa
the cage the deoioa bit tier finger un until
til until the blood came.
Bill Wolf, tiie flattest and widest of
Honoria's detectives, later rang toe
Blye bell and bulked back to the din dining
ing dining room in excitement.
-Got liim! announced Bill.
Gilbert Rlye's wife was already on
"My bat and coatr she shrieked to
the abnormally ugly maid.
. "ig she with him?- demanded Qono Qono-ria."
ria." Qono-ria." -1 don't know. My partners are
watching the front and back doors.
llonoria bundled tne Cat, wide de detective
tective detective Into ber electric and -started
-Where?" she majestically demanded.
"Riverside drive! I'll show you the
-Is be still In, Blinky?" demanded
Bill Wolf, tumbling out of the ma machine
chine machine and landing right end op.
Blinky Peters was too good a de
tective to answer In words. De gave
an upward toss ot bis round bead and
a wink of bis tisbllke eye and walked
into the building with an air of not
having seen Bill Wolf at all.
"FiftnP ordered Blinky, leaning over
to whisper that magic word mysteri mysteriously
ously mysteriously into the ear of the curly haired
elevator boy. Tbe boy did not mlnd.
II e was used to all sorts. He sent op
the 'elevator with i a Jerk. Out at the
fifth floor. First door to the right.
Now: A ring at tbe doorbell. Hush!
Tbe door swung ok?u, and immedi immediately
ately immediately Bill Woir pushed in. The oth others
ers others crowded' after blm.
There he Is. ma'anir shouted -Bill,
plunging into the next room, and
Houor!:i Blye saw in June Warner's
drawing room. tbe tall. leau. lanky de
tective with the sparse black1 beard.
who wns I he caricature of hr band-
some h us hand! Ned Warner followed
In from the ret-eptlun room.
"What am I tu understand by this.
Mrs. Wye? he inquired.
"Yon ui-ht t know, you!" gruffly
rharged Siieauy'' Fart, who had tol
Jowetl the others, and. whirling, he
pointed at the earh-Mture. "'riwt'a her
"Shut up!" suuawked Mrs. Blye and
(iilbirt Blye at that time was quite
far from the scene of Elonorta' cap capture
ture capture or5 even of Ned's wanderings.' He
was dining with Tommy Tbouias. and
a rather elderly woman, and a doll doll-like
like doll-like girl with wiftlyadvancing crow's
feet -at the eoruers of her eyes and
O'dn Cunninghsim. and a heavy lidded,
short haired, big man named Gd wards,
whom they called T. J. With tbe ar arrival
rival arrival of the coffee Blye told the time
from n tiny gold watch, the only one
be carried now.
-The runaway bride!" laughed Cun Cunningham.
ningham. Cunningham. Tm In a hurry.' Blye explained. I
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"THE LAND OF THE HIOIlIGHT.SUMfr
THE S WE DISH HUM ORIS T AND ENTER 7
IEHEFIT OCALA SCHOOL
BOOM AMD BATH i OH A UOLi.AU A.M. A li.wa i
i i ?
Restaurant with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath fU.Ou
Running Water in Every Room in the Uouf-'c
BLKCTBIC KLKVATOU SKliVICH i'llOXrs IN Al.li KH4
If TITS PvT Tr.T!
The only Hotel on the Square
t ROOM' AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND. A HAL!
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 vith all
conveniences in private family,
three blocks from courthouse on.Ok on.Ok-lawaha
lawaha on.Ok-lawaha avenue; very reasonable to
a permanent occupant. Address,
."Room,"' care Evening Star. 24-Ct
rJOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs for hatching. H. S. Wesson,
Ocala, Fla. 3-30-lm
-"CAPITAL STOCK. 350,000.00.
Stale. County an-uJ)enoslory.
. libe the a'nnounciwtit of the engage-
. I! i jp a I-. i j iit J r
Orlando to Mr, (&(iwr-Srrnold Jr. of
i Jacksonville The wedding will take
OUR FARM IMPLEMENTS ARE MADE BY THE
FIRMS WHOSE NAMES ARE RENOWNED FOR THE
GOOD IMPLEMENTS THEY MAKE.
WHEN YOU BUY OU1 IMPLEMENTS YOU WILL
FIND THEM BUILT STRONG BUT LIGHT RUNNING.
IT PAYS TO BUY OUR IMPLEMENTS; THEY LAST.
c in. June.
Capt. J. S. Neal of Mcintosh was
here yesterday on business. He stated
lhat cabbage, lettuce and other truck
continues. to move from his section in
carload shipments daily, and the re returns
turns returns so far this spring have been
very satisfactory, as a rule. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun. :
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CHOICE OF S TOURIST
. 'NORTH 'and N0RTII17EST
TDIXIE FLYER,. "DIXIE LIMITED", "SEMINOLE LfMI lKD, "SOU
ATLANTIC LIMITED," "MONTGOMERY HOLTi:.
4 u- y,x-iw u
STANDAItl HAILltOAI OF Till; K OUT II
Pullman cars Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis, Cir.cinn.-i
Indianapolis, Cleveland and intermediate points,
DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
For tickets and information call on Atlanta C '.mc TIcl
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., J. G. KIllKLAND, D, P.
ti, I .oa !.;
A "SLUGGISH LIVER
Let your liver get torpid and you
are in for a spell of misery. Every Every-,lK)dy
,lK)dy Every-,lK)dy gets an attack now and then.
Thousands of people keep their livers
active, and healthy by using Dr. King's
New Life Pills. Fine for the stomach,
too. Sop the dizziness, constipation,
biliousness and indigestion. Clear the
blood, Only 25c at your druggist. Ad.
,JToe'; Thurs Fri.
PHONE 1 18, -
Put Ydiir: : itSHn the Star
t.,.. tt-.,,. -e, tj ti:
tory of Suwannee Presbytery," was
the subject. of a talk made by Mr. W.
H. Dodge before the Presbyterial
Tufday in Jacksonville. It is the
eighth annual meeting of the Presby Presbytery
tery Presbytery and it is being attended by' a
number of prominent men and women,
including Dr. and Mrs. L. J. Coppedge
of Luebo, Africa, and Mrs. Archibald
Davis of Atlanta, president of the
Georgia -Syr.oJical and chairman of
the Women's Council of the Southern
Presbytery. The session will come to
; a close today and the Ocala delegates,
Mrs. -W. W. Condon and Miss Anna
McDowell, will return home tomor
Mr. Loonis Blitch, who is attending
Columbia College, in Lake City, has
been made business manager of the
scnooi annual, ins co-worKers are
Miss Mary Pimm of Tampa, editor-in
chief, and Mrs. A. S. Haddock, liter
GET TOGETHER SOCIAL
The-16th of April is the date that
has been set and advertised for the
W. C. T. U. social to be given at the
Baptist church, beginning at 7:30
o'clock, promptly. A choice program
is being arranged," which will be fol
lowed by a social hour. Each mem
ber of the w. C. T. U. is asked to
consider herself a committee of one
to advertise this event and do all in
her power to make it an enjoyable
success. There will be no charges,
no collection. All citizens cordially
invited. Fuller particulars later.
Watch for them. Committee.
June HuTieo Oovri the Stair,
told you when wi'i-mnt n-rt tli.it I hat!
to le3t at
."Of conn- we know where yon ar
jjolng. Tommy cttulletiged film.
June wan inin in tier lonely littU
bedroom waiting tr Alarie. : whotn.sd
bad sent out to a drug store for toilet
articled. Mrs. Kuales suddenly .knocked
A gentleman to see M Iss J ustln,"
she announced, "a gentleman with a
black beard and a diamond ring and
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U.S. A.)
22ic PER POUFiD, DEUVEQED
Ocala lec l Pcclrinfl Co
! the st
iLe first to tU
'll.eti n e!r:nU
"it it MiN .ii.-t
s.aid Ma vta. -'i s.r
b.-.ck dour tt'l
a gota ninng tu one tootn. ne uys ic,
Mr. Blye. I lit Hie parlor lamp for
June wondered what she should do
Ned Warner, riding aimlessly ana
disconsolately on a street car and took
ing out earnestly at every passerby,
suddenly caught sight of one pedes pedestrian
trian pedestrian who made his tieart Jump. Ma
rle! She was jogging induftriously
along with a bundle'under her arm and
a very clear Idea of direction apparent
in her very speed. Ned ran' after tier.
At tha llruiffw Himr itnrl hesirn tile
sound of ninnlns fiMitsteps. turned wtih!ien'i
with normal unosity. saw Ned. let
herself tn at tue dKr and closed it
with a slam, snapped on the ulslt iock f
and flew nntairs.
He' comlns. Miss June:
, NetL June's heart teaHd within her.
and for a moment he was tiiolid Wit!" J
a mad impulse to run down and te
tnlAeA in hi arms and-f orgiveu. So! i
She roust be stroug foi her own sake hurrying atmu
h!. c.,to f iiir ,.iri i ery turr.mg to
suit tut uia iui mr ov v. j
-. ,..., r,.if rncri at.ii t tnii i were foi6
nessof the love wcicli can in fiMituied At -.f ti xv.t
on that alone. Gr
hii, m a thot nttt. hntel to which' tree trm.u or
we were first going." she directed Ma j rurner
lie hastily, and. snatching her nat and; fore
coat, she hurried down the stairs endj was
out of the hack door
June had forgotten Gilbert Blye nb j
solutely. but he bad not forgotten her. (To 1
He had been requested to wait, and;
"No, he ain't! ii-M he dared to g
to her room ju my Luli--;"
Ned burst ;a-t l
j sprang c;
t in ;M
i faster thnri h
she e'rled I znoii 0111 llie 1
I tclt rontrontfnf
j verse! 1 o H e
And when i:-' re
which way tf:1!!
in the -i.
to the iefi?
:d it'n i: at ev ev-man
man ev-man si:e lovetf
: figure. quU-k-
'! V. i
Itoaies. having correctly gue?sedi
June wanted the invaluable Ma j
RHEUMATIC PAINS RELIEVED
Why suffer from rheumatism when
relief "may be had at so small a cost?
Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind writes.
"I have been subject to attacks of
rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's
Liniment always relieves me imme immediately,
diately, immediately, and I take pleasure in recom-
I bottles. For sale by all dealers. Adv. J
' WILBUR V. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Em b aimer
E- C. Jordan & Co.
219 WEST BROADWAY
rle present nt the interview, mid been been-kind
kind been-kind enough to Inform Hlye to that ef A number
feet. Hive aw June in rligbt and to &n choreic i
lowed her. smoked vr.ih-
Mrs. Host ten answeretl a violent fnnure' CI K
U nock his at the door to hn i herseu
confrontefl ty the wild eyttl Ned War
"Where is ro
"Warner. Mrs. Neti uarner: ;
No. There's a Mrs Worn pel uere.f
but she says ner. husband's dead, auaj
a Mrs. Smith. Her husband gets bom
t'HOICi: SMALL IT A MS I Oil MJl
. j ...
ir wifer' be demandeil. I rr rr -
,M It.; ..' fi u T t j t :
4.. j. . . X
erery Saturday night.
what's her first name?
"June. She's here! 1 saw ber mala.
That's berf Itoalea wn
nloieul -finso CllllS hOT MuOfB HIlH!
some Warner and some Jnstin. but hei
name's always June. There's a biark
whiskered man here. to aev ner co.v
Name's Blye. He's in the parlor."
And she craned in at tbe parlor dooi J
with scarcely a shirt or ner po-suwn.
Where arc ; &.
j i J L i
? 5 y
D. .EL, McIVI
a v. no he
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1915
BILL WILL BE OF GREATEST
OC ALA OCCURENCES
f S 1
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For Velvet Ice Cream Phone 525. tf
.Dollar Day at FisheU Monday. 3t
Fish globes. The Murray 'Company.
Smoke Cuban Clufc, 5c Cigar.
This report is made from observa observa-l
l observa-l tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
i Weihe, official observer for the gov-
i eminent. Max. Min. R. F.
I April 1
j April 2
r .; ; : :: i April 3
Norm Box Candies at the Court 1 April 4
Pharmacy are the best made. 19-tf. j April 5
. V 2 : ; April 6
Mr. John Dozier left yesterday for ; April 7
a short business trip to Jacksonville.
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First of the season Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's. 'tf
. V ......... G2
Fair tonight and Friday.
fica A n?i!) Mnnwcl1 whn k in
Jacksonville attending the meetings j missioner of Agriculture an itemized statement under oath of all sums of
of the Presbvterial, will go to Palat- j money received or expended by him in the discharge of his official duty, in-
ka tomorrow to visit
Ha mm for a week.
Mrs. II. O.
Miss Lillian Clarkson is suffering
j f rom a sprained arm, the result of a
Just say "bock"
know, what you mean.
W. K. Lane, M. P., nyslclan and
! Snrgcou, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
i Johnny's. TV.eyH ) antl Throat, taw Library Building,
m Dr. II. C. Dozier, accompanied by
Mrs. Dozier, left this afternoon for
Orlando is response to a wire an announcing
nouncing announcing the serious illness of his
nephew Master Sylvan McElroy, Jr.,
the only child of Dr. and Mrs. Sylvan
McElroy. Dr. Dozier expects to re-
cluding clerical services; salaries, and expenses while traveling, stationery,
and other necessary expenses.
See. 7. Upon the approval of such accounts by the Commissioner of
Agriculture, the Comptroller shall draw his warrant for such amount, which
shall be paid monthly out of the funds collected from the sale of fertilizer
Sec. 8. The office and accounts of the State Marketing Commission
shall be audited by the direction of the XSovernor in the manner as the of office
fice office and accounts of the all other State officers are audited.
Sec 9. The duties of the State Marketing Commissioner shall be:
To receive and compile reports on all fruits, vegetables. and other farm pro products
ducts products as are grown in the State, to publfsh same in the State press that
will do so without cost. To also keep and compile a statement of all ship-
A large shipment of Ncrris Candies
just received at the Court Pharmacy.
Nor.e better made. 19-tf
Fishp.l's erive erroceries f ree with
each dollar purchase Saturday
Monday. ""' 8-3t
Victrolas at The Murray Company.
- All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. o-t'i
Subscribe for your magazines
The Murray Company.
All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for-sale
by the Ocala Seed Store.,
Ten per cent discount on. "Wear "Wear-Ever"
Ever" "Wear-Ever" aluminum cooking utensils
during the demonstration. Two Two-quart
quart Two-quart Berlin .sauce pans with lid for
70 cents each ; regular price 95 cents.
Friday Pancakes baked- without
grease. Marion Hardware Co.
Fishel'3 give groceries free with
each dollar purchase Saturday and
Monday. 8-3t .
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own. farm daily. Open night
rmd day. Merchant's Cafe tf
An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask
for Triola Sweets. . . 22tf
For Plumbing, tin work, guttering
and roofing call on P. A. Durand,
phone 44. 3-2G-lmo.
Have your choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" or Pabst's v Blue
draft, at Johnny's.
FOR RENT New bungalow with all
modern conveniences, on South
Lime street. Apply to C. V. Rob Roberts.
erts. Roberts. ; 8-Gt
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Dell of Gaines-
ville are ei rWate to Baltimore, Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia and ew York for a fort-
Miss Annie Martindale of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville is not the guest of Miss Marion
Dewey as we stated yesterday. 'Miss
Martindale was unable to come as
expected and will probably have to
postpone her visit indefinitely.
The' little son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Killebrew is better today.
Globe-Wernicke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. Get one. 8-3t
The most satisfying box. of candy,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Stores only.
WANTED To trade real estate,
home and lots in St. Petersburg,
for stock of 'merchandise. Address
Box 597, St. Petersburg, Fla. 8-3t
Subscribe for your magazines
The Murray Company. 8-3t
Mr. L. J. Retzky was arrested by
Marshal Adams yesterday, on the
charge of selling beer without license.
Tae case came up in recorder's court
this morning, and was-sUnued until
tomon,6wC"It'lias'T)ien the custrKj)f
many of the restaurants to send to "the a
nearby saloons for beer, for their pat patrons,
rons, patrons, this being done for accommoda accommodation,
tion, accommodation, and not foe profit. The recorder
is considering whether the practice is
contrary to law or not. :.:
"Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
TO REMODEL THEIR HOME
Mr. W. D. and Miss Mamie Taylor
are making their home for the pres present
ent present with their brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Taylor, mov moving
ing moving today: Mr. Taylor is to have. his
f home-on East Fort King remodeled
throughout and work will be com commenced
menced commenced at once. "'.."The house when
completed will be almost entirely new,
modern in every particular and one
of ths handsomest in the city, ideally
and beautifully: situated in a neigh
borhood of only attractive residences
The new home is being made ready
for the reception of i; Mr. : Taylor's
charming bride, Miss Bessie MacKay,
to whom he will be wedded on May 4.
. . I mpntQ TYnvinf Mtf rf h KKt that, thmnn-h this information the farmers
turn tomorrow. Ocala friends of Dr. & T 7 I T -
tlt Aonr fflVl and producers can be kept posted as to exact conditions existing m the
v, 1 State, and in the several markets of the country, to better cooperate with-
and prevent a loss to our people. He shall issue such bulletins or other in information
formation information along lines of advice as to how best pick, pack, .kind of pack packages,
ages, packages, and way to distribute. To study all conditions as affecting other
States. To keep in touch with the Department of Agriculture at Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D. C, and the Commissioner of Agriculture of the State, that through
this clps"e touch and study of conditions, he can advise our people what
crops to plant or not plant, what markets are over-stocked; and through a
system of cooperation aid in the development of agricultural interests
and protecting of Florida's producers. In connection with theComimssioner
of Agriculture shall cooperate and devise such methods as will best carry
forward this work, such as inspection of packages and such other measures
as conform to plans of the Marketing System of the Department of Agri
culture at Washington; also through this to get better seeds and aid in
preventing, and 'in studying the various diseases and pests that affect our
crops. To do all that can be done in connection with the Commissioner of
Agriculture to bring relief to and aid in the marketing and distribution of
Sec. 10.. An Executive Committee of three shall be appointed by the
Commissioner of Agriculture in connection with the Marketing Commis Commission,
sion, Commission, whose duties shall be in connection with the Marketing Commis
sioner and Commissioner" of Agriculture, to devise ways and means and
study out the best and most effective methods of reaching the best ends,
and solve the problem of proper marketing" and distribution of Florida's
produce. The Committea to be appointed for a term of two years, to
serve without salary other than from the money appropriated for this Mar Marketing
keting Marketing Commission, their actual traveling expenses shall be paid on ap
proval of the Commissioner of Agriculture.
Sec. 11, The said Executive Committee, Commissioner of Agriculture
and Marketing Commissioner are authorized to consult, advise, adopt and
promulgate to shippers throughout this state, rules and regulations for
the inspection of quality, the truthful, honest branding of each package
shipped, and the prohibiting of any shipper having the benefit of shipping
through the Marketing Bureau whowill not strictly observe and obey such
rules and regulations in the preparation, packing and shipping of his farm
and orchard products.
Sec. 12. Immediately on passage of this Act, and its approval by the
Governor, it shall become a law.
" Mrs. Edward Badger, who has been
ill with" grip for several weeks, has
suffered a relapse and is now confined
to her bed, which news will be learned
with regret by her many friends.
Fish globes. The Murray Company.
PROF JANSEN AT J
TIIE TEMPLE TONIGHT
' ft r-J T7 1 t A M I
ONE DOLLAR Gat on ulaldnn Unto
10 Per CcnL Oil on Trimmed Halts
10 Per Cent. Oil on Hair
Upstairs, Rear" ol Ilelveastoe's Stoi
Prof." Karl Jansen, a physical ciil ciil-turist
turist ciil-turist of note, who was a Chautau Chautauqua
qua Chautauqua entertainer in this city last
month, will give an entertainment at
the Temple theater this evening under
the auspices of the Ocala public
schools. Mr. Jansen was engaged for
this -week Jby the school board to give
a series of physical culture lessons
and lectures to the teachers which he;
does every afternoon. In the morn mornings,
ings, mornings, he conducts physical culture
classes at the Woman's Club, his pu pupils
pils pupils including young ladies and mat matrons.
rons. matrons. Atf the McClane hall he has a
men's class in the evenings. :
Mr. Jansen is a native of Sweden,
a country famed for its gymnastics.
He "is a skilled teacher and his lec lectures
tures lectures at the Chautauqua were among
the best, if not the best, given dur during
ing during the season. Price of admission
tonight is: Adults 50' cents; children
; 25 cents. K,:-:1'- '"-' ..." :
M i i
i : i :
1 1 PrmnHci '1
of Sugar forV- J Q
With purchaser of $1 worth of
other Groceries. r
1R Pnnnrts of r"-1
Rndnr for ) QJJ
With purchase of one pound
package of VOTAN COFFEE for
1 1 ill i HGROGtillll
N. MAGNOLIA ST.
Villa's Army Sustained a Severe De De-feat
feat De-feat from Obregon
Washington, April -8. General Ob
regon defeated Villa's army at Celaya,
inflicting a loss of over 200 dead and
wounded Tuesday. The: pursuit was
continued Wednesday, says a report
to the Carranza agency today.
Beth Claim the Battle
El Paso, April 8.Adherents of
both Villa and Carranza claim a vic victory
tory victory in the states of Guanajuato, San San-luis
luis San-luis Potosi and Queretaro. Villa is
leading, his troops in person. Advices
indivate the strategy of Carranba's
forces effectually checked Villa's- drive
' Fishel's wrant a good white boy to
learn the grocery business. 8-3t
IN TROUBLE SURE ENOUGH
RUSHED TO RESCUE
Chicago April 8.May wlieat, 1.53.
C5rn, 72 : --'
Oats, OT,;fc;. '' r
Lard, July, 102.
EITEL HAS INTERNED
YOUR CHILD'S COUGH
IS A CALL FOR HELP
Don't put off treating your child's
cough v It not only saps their strength,
but often leads to more serious ail ailments.
ments. ailments. Why .risffl You don't have to.
Dr. King's New Discovery is just "the
remedy your child needs. It is made
with soothing, healing and antiseptic
i balsams. V Will quickly check the cold
land soothe your child's cough away.
i No odds, how bad the cough or how
;Iong standing, Dr. King's New Discov--
ery will stop it. Its guaranteed. Just
i get a bottle from your druggist and
!try it. Adv. Tuse, Thur, Fri.
) (.i).'(J4i rm-(yd-.-. (
) t") (
meeu a ionic ..;
. There are times in every woman's life when she
needs a tonic to help her over the hard places.
When that time comes to you, you know what t6nic
-to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com composed
posed composed of purely vegetable 'ingredients,, which act
gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs,
and helps build them back to strength and health.
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
ailing "women -in its past half century of wonderful
success, and it "5 ill do the same for you.
Yu can't make a mistake in taking
A man calling himself Edward Gor
don is in sure enough trouble' and the
Clarion county jaiL
Gordon sent a letter to Postmaster
Rogers, stating he was in hard luck
and needed $25 with which to make
his way north, and unless the amount
was. mailed to him he would dynamite
the postoffice. .
The postmaster answered the let
ter, refusing the demand, and inform
ed the city marshal, who at once set a j
watch on the delivery window. Late
yesterday afternoon a. little negro
came for the letter. He took it to
Gordon, who was waiting across the
street, and who took the letter, read it
and tore it up.' He was at once taken
in charge by the. marshal, who turn
ed him over to the county. He will
have a hearing before Commissioner
Williams," and stands a good change
of going to a' federal prison.
Gordon gives ho explanation of his
conducti He seems to be perfectly
rational, yet the crude methods he
pursued would savor of a mind child childlike
like childlike if not simple. While the threat
was of a very serious nature and such
have often been carried out, Post-
master Rogers and his men were not
excited or frightened.
The arrest of Gordon brings to mind
the fact that on Sunday night, while
working up the mail alone at the post
otiice, Mr. George Wood heard a
strange noise down in the basement
or at one of the grated basement win windows,
dows, windows, which was repeated at intervals,
but on investigation he could, find
nothing, though until he had searched
carefully he felt sure there was some
Revenue Cutters Gone to Help Vessels I r
: Wrrecked in Easter Storm
Washington, April 8. With the At Atlantic,
lantic, Atlantic, coast strewn with, wreckage,
the result of the recent storm, the en
tire fleet of four coast guard cutters
has ben rushed to the coast of North
Carolina to assist in saving life and ;-
property. Eignt vessels are known to i
ct,-i a tp..-- t cvLi. i Captain Didn't Care to Try to Dodge
- the Allied Cruisers
Newport News, April 8 Command-
of the German
auxiliary: Jc.ruiser Prinz Eitel Ifried
rich asked tiie United States govern
ment through port authorities" here
last nicht. to intern his ship. and
crew for the war.
MEETING WILL BE HELD AT
2 P. M
t AM Iftw Tlt awaV AVt
t citTvn v a unit '11 iW -Mia, iuicii-uciis
There will be a meeting at' the
Good Samaritan Army hall at 2 p. m.
Sunday. Everybody is welcome to at attend.
tend. attend. The big man will be there.
HEROES IN THE TRENCHES
.Paris Apr. 8. -These men in the
trenches must keep incessant viligaxce
against sudden attacks by the enemy.
The men who serve the artillery fire
day and night oftentimes at an enemy
that is never seen.
Medical science will save more lives
A CURE FOR SOUR STOMACH
jri lm m mri A Im Imp wim
Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
for women. Before i began to take Cardui, I was
so weak and' nervous, and had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. 1 Nov I feel as well and
as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything."
Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers.
) i i t i- ) v l i ) ( ) ( ) to
Mrs. Wm. ;M. '-Thompson, of Battle
Creek. Mich., -writes: "I have been
troubled with indigestion, sour stom
ach 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
Try one of these frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribt,n at Johnny's, tf
Ladies' untrimmed hats for
DOLLAR DAY at Fishel's. V
NOTHING SO GOOD
FOR A COUGH OR COLD
WTien you have a cold you want the
best medicine obtainable so as to get
rid of it with the least possible delay
There are many who consider Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed
:Mrs. J. BorofT, Elida, Ohio, says
"Ever since my daughter Ruth was
cured of a severe cold and cough by
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy two
years ago, I have felt kindly disposed
toward the manufacturers of that
preparation. I know of nothing so
ouick to relieve a cough or cure
cold." For sale by all dealers. Adv.
See the groceries- Fishel's give free
with each $1 purchase on Saturday
and Monday. 8-3t
Well everyone knows the effect of
pine forests on coughs. Dr. Bells's
i Pi'np.Tflr.HftnPTr is a rpmdv which
his year than war will take, no matter brings quick relief for whooping
how terrifically murderous that war
may be. Then, too the food supply is
very carefully looked after by the com-
misariat. The food supply of the sol soldiers
diers soldiers must be wholesome. Living in
the open air, the men are able to di digest
gest digest hard-tack with great relish Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon said, "An army fights on its
stomach." A man with a 'weak stom
ach is pretty sure to be a poor fighter.
it is aimcuit aimosv impussiuw aw
anyone, man or woman if digestion is
poor to -succeed, m business or sociai-
lyor to enjoy life. In tablet or liq liquid
uid liquid form Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery helps weak stomachs to
strdng, healthy action helps thein to
digest the food that makes the good
. - ... 1 A 1 iI
rich blood wmcn nounsnes me enure
This vegetable remedy, to a great
extent, puts the liver into activity
oils the machinery of the human sys system
tem system so that those who spend their
working hours at the desk, behind the
counter or m the home are rejuven rejuvenated
ated rejuvenated into vigorous health.
It has brought relief to many tnous-
ands every year for nearly fifty years.
It can relieve you and doubtless re restore
store restore your former health and strength.
At least you owe it to yourself to give
it a trial. Sold by medicine dealers
or send 50 cents for box of tablets-j-
Dr. Pierce Invalid's Hotel ana surgi
cal institute, Buffalo, N. Y.
You can have Dr. Pierce's Common
Sense Medical Adviser of 1108 pages
in cloth binding, fully iHustrated with
colored plates, for3 dimes or 30 cents.
Read, alt about yourseii, your sys system,
tem, system, the physiology of life, sex prob problems,
lems, problems, marriage relations, anatomy, hy hygiene
giene hygiene exercise, disease and its pre prevention,
vention, prevention, simple home cures, etc. Ad 5
. Fishel's give groceries free with
each dollar purchase Saturday and
QUICKLY TO SLOAN'S
You can't prevent an attack of
rheumatism from coming on, but you
can stop it almost immediately.
Sloan's Liniment gently applied to the
sore joint or muscle penetrates in a
few minutes to the inflamed spot that
causes the pain. It soothes the hot,
tender, swollen feeling, and in a very very-short
short very-short time brings a relief that is al almost
most almost unbelievable until you xperience
it. Get a bottle of SloanV Liniment
for 25c of any druggist and have it in
the house against colds, sore and
swollen joints, lumbago, sciatica and
like ailments. Your money back if
not satisfied, but it does give almost
instant relief. Adv. Tues, Thur, Fri.
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
druggist. Adv. Tues, Thur, Fri.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
APHIL OIIiand )QilV
Just 10J30 Yards of
11 l inn ..'i Wji- afcuw Va "'"''tiii i'Oawcau.'
The very latest designs.
X Values up to 25c at. only
Look aS tlie Wn
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The drugs used in our prescription
department are the best 'to be had,
and ACCURACY is our watchword.
The Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
See the groceries Fishel's give free
with each $1 purchase on Saturday
and Monday. 8-3t
See the groceries Fishel's. give free
with each $1 purchase on Saturday
ard Monday. 8-3t
STOMACH TROUBLE CURED
Mrs. C. Q: 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.
U-29 GIVEN UP
Believed that Germany's Best Sob has
Gone to the Bottom
BerlLi, April 8. The German ad admiralty
miralty admiralty has given out an official state
ment, in which the loss of the, sub
marine U-29 is admitted.
The U-2 is believed to have been
commanded by Captain Otto Wed
digen, who had charge of the U-9
when it sank the British cruisers
Hogue, Aboukir and Cressy, last Sep
The U-29 was said to be the last
word in German submarine construe
tion. She displayed 800 tons, and
could make 18 knots on the surface
and 10 knots submerged. The middle
of March she made a raid in the chan
nel, sinking one French and four Brit
ish steamers and damaged three other
vessels. :' :
Twelve yards of white P. K. for $1
at Fishel's on DOLLAR, DAY. 8-3 1
Anon n'rfr nc .rDn nnnn?..
d KJ UM u vc? L3 U lJ ii Lib 3
Nature and science combine to make it so. Every i;recaution is tal en 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 seirice go uith this good ice of nurs. Lei ua
have your custom we deserve it.
. "; DIRECT ROUTE -JACKSONVILLE
AN PHILADELPHIA ;
Ho ten .
4 .V J
Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on steamer.
Baltimore, Wednesday and Saturday, for Philadelphia -Thuri
day. For tickets and other information, call cn or address
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"LiEncniFiTS d umns inAspoRTAifon co."
imade by the city tax -assessor nnrf t
- correct assessments of value of prop-
- Notice is hereby given that the tax complaints must be mad 3 to
assessment roll for the city of Ocala 1' Vi V'";nci; m vritlnS" cn
XVI IUC J till ltllJ 12) LUiiiJUClt-U ii& uic
same will be presented to t.Me city
council of the said city.
The said tax roll will be open for
inspection during office hours at the
city clerk's office from this date until
the 2nd Tuesday in April, being the
13th day ofaid month, on which date
at 8 o'clock p. m. the city council will
sit as an equalization board to hear
complaints against assessments as
mis the 2nd day of
II. C. Sli
K.i.erK and Aser.?nr .if T - : r
of Ocala, Florida, lit
the f ii-
Ladies' nouse dresses
Fishel's on DOLLAR DAY.
Smoke Cuban, Qub. 5c Cicr.r