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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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BOTH SIS HAVE illM POLAND

Petrograd, April f). The gigantic j1
conflict between Russians and Austrq-j
Germans" in the Carpathians, "engag "engaging
ing "engaging over a million men and 6,000 guns, J
is drawing to a decisive stage. Thej
Russians are advancing over a fifty-!
mile front, from the Jopla river
mo uszok pass, tut ngnung .is pro
greasing on a battle line over, a hun hundred
dred hundred miles long.
Both sides have withdrawn all
available forces from Poland to
strengthen their armies in the Carpa-
-thians. Having taken Smolnik, the

Russians, are now in a position toiwas cnased by a submarine fifty-seven
launch a drive against the rear of thelmiles The Theseus was" running

Austnans. who are fighting desper-1
ately. to' stem the Russian advanceon
Uszok pass.
Snow and cold fogs make operations
extremely difficult. On the border of
Bessarabia and Bukowina, the Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians are fighting desperately, hop hoping
ing hoping to compel the Russians to weaken
their Carpathian forces by sending re re-inforceemnts,
inforceemnts, re-inforceemnts, but the Russians are
holding their owr. The Russians are
pouring through the Dukla, Lupkow
and Rostok passes and threaten to cut
off the eastern wing of the Austrian
army, under General Boerovitch.
A BRIGHTER OUTLOOK
Bank Examiners Report Shows Steady
Improvement in Business
Washington, April 9. Business con condition
dition condition -throughout this country are
showing improvement, according to
reportfkrvade by National Bank exam examiners
iners examiners to, -the treasury department.
Eighty cf the ninety examiners say
a lasting improvement has been made
in condition,: and only one state failed j
to make such an advance.
CAN'T SELL MANY CLOTHES
New
York .Drygoods House in the
Hands of a Receiver
New York, N. Y., April 9. J. B.
Greenhut,- a large wholesale drygoods
house, was placed in the hands of re receivers
ceivers receivers today. The outstanding stock
13.0,000,000, with a $0,000,000 sink sinking
ing sinking fund. The assets are given at
$7,500,000 and liabilities at $3,500,000,
exclusive of. two mortgages aggregat aggregating
ing aggregating nearly $3,000,000. Walter Noyes
and William Marble were named as
receiver:'.
Attorney Samuel Meyers, represent representing
ing representing over a hundred creditors, claims
the liabilities will reach twelve mill million,
ion, million, with .assets of six million, ex exclusive
clusive exclusive of real estate. The business
will be continued for the present.
OUTLET ON THE ADRIATIC
Is Conceded to Serbia by an Agree Agree-ment
ment Agree-ment with Italy
.Paris, April 8. Italy and Serbia are
about to conclude an agreement, says
the Excelsior's Rome correspondent,
on the following basis:
Italy will not oppose Serbia's occu occupation
pation occupation of territory giving her an out outlet
let outlet to the Adriatic on condition that
this territory not be fortified. The
question of Triest and Istria has not
even been discussed, the allies having
recognized the Italian character of
- rr -
these" localities.
"If this agreement is signed this
week as expected," the correspondent
says, "thV entry of Italy into the war
may be considered imminent."
YOUR CHILD'S COUGH
IS A CALL FOR HELP
Don't put off treating your child's
cough. It not only saps their strength,
but often leads to more serious ail ailments.
ments. ailments. Why risffl You don't have to.
Dr. King's New Discovery is just the
remedy your child needs. It is made
with soothing, healing and antiseptic
balsams. Will quickly check the cold
and soothe your child's cough away.
No odds how bad the cough or how
long standing, Dr. King's New Discov Discovery
ery Discovery will stop it. Its guaranteed. Just
get a bottle from your druggist and
try it. Adv. Tuse, ,Thur..Fri. ..
Fishers give groceries free with
each dollar purchase Saturday and
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AND HUriGARY IS
BATTLE
SUB IS SWIFT
ENGUSII B0AT WAS HARD PUT
TO IT TO "ESCAPE
Gibraltar, April 9.- With her decks
splintered by shells, the British
steamship Theseus arrived here today
from England after being attacked by
a German submarine. The Theseus
away when the pUrsuer opened fire
with long range guns,
TUG MADE A PLUCKY ATTEMPT
London, April 9. A French bark,
laden with, grain, bound to Sunder Sunderland,
land, Sunderland, was torpedoed and believed to
be sunk by a German submarine off
St. Catherine's point Thursday. The
tug Homer, towing the vessel, at attempted
tempted attempted to ram the submarine, and
fled.
GERMANY WILL PAY
United States for William P. Frye
and Cargo
Washington, April 9. Germany's,
intention to compensate the owners of
the American sailing vessel William P.
Frye, sunk on the high seas with a
cargo of wheat by the auxiliary cruis cruiser
er cruiser Priz Eitel Friedrich was formally
communicated to the state department
yesterday; Payment will be made for
cargo as well as vessel. v :
HAS GERMANY V M
, INVADED HOLLAND
Rumored that Kaiser's Troops are on
Netherlands Soil
1 T.nnHon: Anril. 9. There were Der-
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sistent rumors in London last night
that Germany either had declared war
on Holland or that her troops had oc occupied
cupied occupied the strip of Dutch territory ex extending
tending extending from the Belgian frontier on
the coast, to the river Scheldt. The
reports lack confirmation and were not
credited by officials.
MIRACLES OF MOSES
Explained by Natural Causes, Ac According
cording According to a Noted Archaeologist
Philadelphia, Pa., April 8. Two
Biblical miracles were explained by
Prof. Camden M. Cobern, explorer and
archaeologist, who has just returned
from Palestine, in an address here yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday.
Professor Ccbsrn visited the oasis
at Kadesh-Barnea, where Moses
struck the rock with his rod and
brought forth water for the Israel Israelites.
ites. Israelites. He declares that Moses knew of
the presence of the spring and that
he had struck the rock to indicate
to his followers that water was to be
found there.
The explorer said the spring is lo
cated somewhat below the level of
the surrounding desert and is visible
only for a short distance. The oasis
on. which it was found was very small
and -is held sacred by the Arabs.
The progress of the Israelites
across the Red Sea was made possible,
according to Dr. Cobern, by a pecul
iar phenomenon, which occurs once
in a century, by which the wind, blow blowing
ing blowing from a certain direction, leaves
a portion of the sea bed almost bare.
The?Israelites upon their departure
from Egypt could have reached Pales Palestine
tine Palestine in twelve days by landing the
northern route, but they found this
barred by fortifications. Enemies bar barred
red barred them at Sinai and Suez, which
compelled Moses to take the southern
course? at the Red sea. -'
A JCURE 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.
Is your telephone account paid ? ad

OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL

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OICUMA EXPLAINS
THAT JAPAN HAS ONLY PEACE
AND GOOD WILL FOR
AMERICA
New York, April 9. The Independ Independent
ent Independent has received from Count Okuma,
the Japanese premier, the following
"message to the American people."
"Tokio, April 3. The uneasiness
and suspicion in the United States in
connection with Japan's negotiations
at Peking are based on misunderstand misunderstanding
ing misunderstanding and misinformation scattered
broadcast by interested mischief mak makers.
ers. makers. "When the negotiations are dis disclosed
closed disclosed it will be found :
"That Japan has not infringed the
rights of other nations.
- "That Japan has adhered strictly to
the principle of equal opportunity.
"That Japan is not attempting to
secure a monopoly over China.
"That Japan is not attempting to
create a protectorate over China.
"Tat Japan is not seeking to secure
in China any advantage which does
not accord with the Anglo-Japanese
alliance or with any treaties or under
standings with the United States.
"We ..have informed the United
States and other interested powers as
to Japan's purposes.
"We believe that they are satisfied.
"The negotiations c. betweep Japan
arid. China are riearirig a satisfactory
conclusion,.,.
ul am now, willing to state publicly
through, 'the independent'; tkat Japan
is quite confident of the rectitude and
good faith of her position.
"Japan is merely seeking to settle
outstanding troublesome questions. in
a way lookinsr. toward permanent
peace and good understanding."
EITEL TIED UP
Interned at Norfolk Until the War's
End
Washington, April 9. Secretary
of the Navy Daniels today announced
the removal of the German cruiser
Prinz Eitel Friedrich from Newport
News to the Norfolk Navy Yard,
where she will be interned formally
today and remain indefinitely.
THE WEAR-EVER
DEMONSTRATION
Ten per cent discount on. "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.
For Plumbing, tin work, guttering
and roofing call on P. A. Durand,
phone 494. 3-26-lmo.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

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THE ALLIED
Paris, April 9. Night assults by
Germans against the British in north northern
ern northern France and violent counter at attacks
tacks attacks against the French in the
Woevre district have been repulsed.
The Germans are throwing seasoned
veterans from Gen. Von Kluck's army
into the Woevre region, attempting
to check the furious French drive
against the German left.
Though the battle front is only
fifteen miles long, heavy losses have
been inflicted on both sides. German
trenches, filled with dead, have been
taken by the French. Gains of two
to four miles have been scored by
the French along the Woevre front.
BREAD RIOTS IN BRESLAU
Amsterdam, April 9. There have
been serious bread riots in Breslau,
where the authorities have been com
pelled to decrease the allowance.
SMOOTH SAILING
For Prohibition Amendment is Prophi-
sied in Tallahassee
Tampa, April, 9. A Tallahassee
special to the Tribune says:
An amendment to the constitution
providing for state-wide prohibition,
to be referred to the vote of the peo people,
ple, people, was given strong endorsement to
day by the temperance committee of
the House and the same committee of
the Senate in joint session. Today
the bill will be introduced in the Sen
ate by Senator J. S. Blitch, of the
twenty-first district, and in the House
by Representative Theo. T." Tumbull,
of Jefferson county. Prohibition ad advocates
vocates advocates predict that it will have
smooth sailing through branches of
tho legislature.
PUT A DRY PLANK
IN THE PLATFORM
Bryan Wants the Democratic Party
to Battle Against Booze
Washington, April 9. Anti-saloon
advocates here were visibly encourag encouraged"
ed" encouraged" yesterday over a statement by
Secretary of State Bryan expressing
the hope that the democratic party
would take the prohibition side in the
next campaign in states where sa-1
loons are an issue. The statement
was in connection with a letter Sec
retary Bryan had written to L. W.
Kennington, national committeeman
from Iowa, advocating defeat for can candidates
didates candidates who could be controlled by the
liouor interests.
Mr. Kennington had written that
the secretary's name was being used
in behalf of a candidate for the na
tional committee. Mr. Bryan declar declared
ed declared it seemed improbable that the
liquor question would appear in the
platform of either the democratic or
republican party, but that there was
no reason why a democratic national
committeeman should not represent
the party sentiment on the prohibition
question.
WHOOPING COUGn
Well everyone knows the effect of
pine forests on coughs. Dr. Bells's
Pine-Tar-Honey is a remedy which
brings quick relief for whooping
cough, loosens the mucous, soothes
the lining of the throat and lungs, and
makes the coughing spells less severe.
A family with growing children should
not be without it. Keep it handy for
all coughs and colds. 25c. at your
druggist. Adv. lue, Thur, Fn.
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FOR YOUR INSPECTION.
COME 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 tailor will take your measure and your clothes will be made in our
Sun-Lit shops by expert cutters and highly skilled, happy tailors. We wil' give
you a Perfect Fit, the finest you ever had cih your back, or hand back your
money. That is the English Woolen Mills9 method of doing business. Its
the ethod that guarantees the utmost clothes value for your money.

CARN BLDG.

9, 1915

ATTEMPTS TO CHECK
ADVICE
BIG BOAT HIT
TO THE
CARMICHAEL FREIGHTER SUNK
IN A COLLISION
News has just arrived in the city
that the big freight boat, G. A. Car Car-michael,
michael, Car-michael, was sunk in the St. Johns
river, nineteen miles from Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. The Star has not been able to
obtain any details, but was informed
that the boat, which was outward
bound, was run into by another ves vessel.
sel. vessel. MR. GOLDMAN MOVES SOME
Mr. B. Goldman has bought another
stock of goods which will invoice
about $5,000. The new store is in
Brooksville and the transaction was
a record breaker. Mr. Goldman with
Mr. Gene Dobbs as chauffeur, left
Ocala yesterday afternoon at two
o'clock, drove to Brooksville, paid for
the stock, put the keys of the store
in his pocket and came home, arriv arriving
ing arriving here at midnight last night.
He considers that he has made a
fine bargain in purchasing the stock,
and will dispose of most of it there in
a great sale. Mr. Goldman is a shrewd
but honest trader and can look thru
a stock of merchandise and make an
intelligent lump sum price on it.
When he buys he makes money. The
new store at Starke is doing well and
his son Jake, who is on that job, is
much pleased with the outlook there.
ORANGE SPRINGS
- Orange Springs, April 7. -Mrs. J.
B. Hall went to Clearwater' Sunday to
visit her parent Rev: 'and .Mrs.' P. W.
Peck for a week.
Mr. P. W. Battle returned to his
home in Butler, Ga., after spending
the winter here. He has promised to
be here next winter.
Mrs. J. R. Wimberly visited at Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha Saturday and Sunday, as the
guest of her parents, Mr.' and Mrs.
McGahagin.
Mr. J. B. Hall is a business visitor
in Palatka today.
Mrs. A. L. Kolbe has rented the
Parramore cottage and has moved in.
The grippe seems to have a fast
hold on our community. We are all
in hopes this lovely weather will drive
it away.
Our friend, Mr. G. P. Rast has just
shown us a sketch of a useful little
device that he invented and has had
patented. It is a wrapping paper
holder for the use of fruit and vege
table packers. It holds the paper se
curely and perfectly. The paper can
be removed a sheet at a time, easily
and quickly. It is simple in con
struction, durable and cheap and is
the only thing of the kind that has
ever been invented. With his declin declining
ing declining years and poor eyesight makes
this invention one of interest to his
friends.
The Ladies' Club met at the home
of Mrs. Schwerin last week.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar,
See the groceries Fishel's give free
with each $1 purchase on Saturday
and Monday. 8-3t
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Washington, April 9 "Villa is win
ning against Obregon," says Special
Agent Carothers in a dispatch from
Irrapuato, dated Wednesday. Vina,
leading 15,000 men, is driving 20,000
Carranzaistas back, after a short
skirmish, to Queretaro, where proba probably
bly probably the latter. will make a stand. It
is reported that Carranza has with
drawn the forces recently sent against
Guadalajara.
American troops at Laredo today,
guarding against violations of neu
trality in the fighting between Car Carranza
ranza Carranza and Villa forces for possession
of Neuvo Laredo, has warned both
factions against firing across the bor
der.
WEST SUCCEEDS WIFE
Attorney General Resigns to Take a
Judgeship Manatee Man will
Take Wrests Place
Tallahassee, April 9. Attorney
General Thomas F. West yesterday
tendered his resignation to accept the
appointment of judge of the first
judicial circuit, the office recently
made vacant by the resignation of
Judge J. Emmett Wolfe.
Governor Trammell four weeks ago
tendered the appointment first to the
attorney general, and when he then
declined to accept, the offer was made
to Judge Clark, of Milton.
Many protests against the nomina
tion a're said to have been filed with
the governor's office and the appoint appointment
ment appointment of the attorney general yester yesterday
day yesterday is said to be the result of this.
The Senate went into executive ses
sion and Mr. West's appointment was
confirmed.
Governor Trammell will appoint O.
K. Reaves, of Bradentown, Manatee
county, attorney general, to succeed
Mr. West. The governor has made no
announcement, but it is learned from
authoritative sources that he has de decided
cided decided upon Mr. Reaves, and will send
his name to the Senate for confirma
tion this afternoon or tomorrow. Mr.
Reaves is a prominent practitioner of
Bradentown and served in the legisla
ture of 1911.
Temple Theater
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DRIVEN" OUT OF DIE GRACHTEN
BY THE GERMANS
Berlin, April 9. The German
again drove the Belgians out of DIa
Grachten, capturing a hundred men
and twdo machine guns.
CAPTURED FRENCH TRENCHES
IN CHAMPAGNE
The Germans captured ecmt
French trenches in the Champagne
district. The French attacks in the
Woevre district continue without the
enemy making any progress.
SHATTERED A BRITISH SHIP
Constantinople, April 9. A Turk Turkish
ish Turkish monitor has badly damaged a
large, heavily armed British ship in
the Euphrates river near Korna, forc forcing
ing forcing the British vessel to retire.
MOSS BLUFF
Moss ElnlYr-ril P. Mr. Jb. "L.
Martin made a businesTtrip io Deals""
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Martin spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. t Tar Tar-tin.
tin. Tar-tin.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Fort and son
Dan and Miss Martha spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Martin.
Mr.-1. Perry made a business trip
to the Brick City today.
Mr. A. W. Fort and sons, Sam, Dan
and Sidney and Mr. II. P. Griggs mo motored
tored motored to Ocala today in Mr. Fort's
car.
. Miss Olia Collins spent Saturday
night with Miss Vernice Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Morrison and daugh daughter
ter daughter Miss Addie, visited friends at
Lynne and Grahamville Saturday and
Sunday.
Miss Sallie Morrison who has been
visiting friends at Lynne, returned
home Sunday.
Rev. R. J. Gorbett filled hi3 appoint
ment at Electra Saturday and Sun
day.
Little Miss Alice Collins spent
Thursday night with her friend, Miss
Elsie Davis.
. Miss Angie Collins spent Tuesday
Mrs. E. N. Sylvester of Archer is
visiting friends here this week,
night and Wednesday with Miss Ad Addie
die Addie Morrison.
Quite a crowd of young folks at attended
tended attended prayer meeting at the Congre Congregational
gational Congregational church here Sunday night.
Mr. Tom Sellers and Ossie Halford
of Stuart, on the East Coast, arrived
here Saturday to visft relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J." Morrison spent
Sunday afternoon at Mrs. Davis.
The drugs used in our prescription
department are the best to he had,
and ACCURACY is our watchword.
The Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
Try one of thoe frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Is your telephone account paid? ad
Smoke Cuban Out, 5c Cigar.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1915.

TWO

Of! AT, A F.VF.NTNG STAR

PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. II. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocra, Fla.f pustoffice as second class matter.

the crews of submarines, when made

prisoners, as pirates. They are only!
obeying orders. The obloquy of the ; The Star deeply

CHARLES KILLEBREW

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(COLONEL BOB WARNS US.
I OF THE ANANIAS CLUB

regrets to an- i

act attaches to their government and nounce the death of Charles, the two- Editor Star:

not to them.

. year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J.-jyou would let

COMMERCIAL BANK
MAKES A GOOD SHOWING

I was in hopes that
my old weary bones

Killebrew, who passed away at ten j in peace so far as the discussion

o'clock last evening. j of the price of city water and electric
The little boy had been sick for j current was concerned, but you won't.

PHONE 51

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Six months, in advance. .... 2.50

Three months, in advance.
Ot; month, In advance...

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
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One year- in advance ?8.uo
Six months, In advance. .... 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. .... .80

$5.00

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-Secretary of State Bryan evidently
desires to wed the democratic and
prohibition parties. s
Cary A. Hardee, speaker of the
house of representatives at "-Tallahassee,
is looming up as a gubernatorial
candidate.

It is reported that ex-President
Huerta is on his way from Spain to
the United States and will land in
New York tomorrow.

According to a leading Italian pa paper,
per, paper, the contending armies have lost
nearly six million men in killed and
disabled since the war began.

announced that the French are mass massing
ing massing forces with the intention of break breaking
ing breaking thru the German line at Verdun,
its quite a safe bet that if they try to
break thru it will be at some other
point.

; over a week, t or several days, ne
Most institutions who hold their own had been in intense Pain' but abou
and do not go backward during the two ds became easier and
trying times we have gone and are feemed stronger, and hopes were
now going through, pat themselves on ; for hls. recovery. But late yes-

their figurative backs and think they i V

have done pretty well under the cir-

Ocala is not the only town where
taxes are difficult to collect. In Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, only 18.28 per cent, of the
1914 budget has been received up to
date.

Evidence before the United States
commission on industrial relations is
that the Pullman Car Company gives
its porters starvation wages and ex expects
pects expects them to make up the deficit in

tips.

The prohibition fight has opened in
Tallahassee. Mr. Turnbull of Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson has introduced a bill calling for a
state-wide amendment. Mr. Paul of
Columbia has introduced a measure
calling for equal suffrage.
The first thing necessary to the
conduct of a successful war is the re repeal
peal repeal of the Ten Commandments at
least, that seems to be the prevailing
opinion in Europe. Columbia State.
Several of them were repealed in
America a long time before the war.

Our state senator, Glen Terrell is
chairman of the" senate committee on
fjnJ0AJ3atiojTTis also a
member of each of the following com

mittees: Judiciary, education, roads,

temperance,' engrossed bills and

claims. He will have his share of

work to do.

The Florida house of representa

tives, by an overwhelming vote, pass

ed a resolution that no person who has

a relative among the members of that

body will be eligible to a clerkship or

any other office connected with it.

The thirty-second annual encamp

ment of the Florida G. A. R. has just
closed its meeting in Jacksonville.
Prominent among the attendants was
E. S. Upham, formerly of South Lake
Weir, now of St. Petersburg. He is
assistant adjutant and quartermaster

general.

The dispatches yesterday having

We are not much concerned about
the Ananias Club in our opinion,
Ananias wasn't much of a liar any anyhow
how anyhow nevertheless, we are not going
to answer Postmaster Rogers' letter,
which appears in another column.
When we commented on Mr. Rogers'
"interview" the other day, we had no
desire to bring on. a controversy with

our esteemed old friend. We desired
to bring out certain points, some of

which the public had forgotten, and

some of which it wasn't wise to. We

have succeeded in doing this, and Mr.

Rogers has brought out some more,
so we feel like we can very well afford
to let him have the last word. We
disagree with Mr. Rogers on very few

things, and do not wish to dispute

with him on any. We know that his
heart is in the right place he doesn't

want the people to give up their prop property,
erty, property, or be soft-soaped out of it; he

onlv wants them to have the most;

good out of it, and have it right away
not next decade, nor next year.

cumstances.
It is very gratifying to find that
many of Ocala's institutions have
forged ahead instead of merely stand standing
ing standing still. The Commercial Bank of
Ocala, whose statement appears else elsewhere
where elsewhere in this issue, is one of those
institutions that has made a healthy
gain, gone right ahead and makes a

far better showing in this statement
than in that published on December
31st, just a little over three months

ago.
Since its last statement the bank
has reduced its loans nearly $10,000;
its bills payable have been reduced
over, $28,000 during this short period,
and the deposits have climbed up
$30,000.
The managers of the Commercial
Bank feel very much gatified over
the healthy improvement in the
bank's condition, and its manyfriends
and customers are glad to see this
and other indications of a steady im improvement
provement improvement in the financial condition
of this section.

did not rally.

The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Kille Killebrew
brew Killebrew will sympathize sincerely with
them in the loss of this bright little
boy, who in his brief stay among us
won the love of all who knew him.
The funeral, services will take place
from the residence this afternoon at
3 o'clock, Rev. Bunyan Stephens offi officiating.
ciating. officiating. Interment will be in Green Greenwood.
wood. Greenwood. The following four little boys
will act as pallbearers: Morton Ross,
Earl Caldwell, Edwin Dorsey and
Earl Osborn. Mclver & MacKay will
be in charge of the funeral arrangements.

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Says the Savannah News: "It isn't
the Jack Johnsons who do the negro
race the most good but the negro far farmers
mers farmers whovnever appear in the courts
and who are most often to be found in
the furrow. So far as the progress of
the race is concerned one industrious
farmer is worth a dozen Jack John Johnsons."
sons." Johnsons."

Secretary Rooney has received the
following notification from Governor
Trammell:
Tallahassee, April 5, 1915.
Hon. J. D. Rooney, Ocala, Florida.
My dear Sir: It affords me pleas pleasure
ure pleasure to appoint you as a delegate from
the state of Florida, to attend the
Southern Industrial Council at Chat Chattanooga,
tanooga, Chattanooga, Tenn., April 27-30, 1915.
This letter will serve, as your "cre "credentials.
dentials. "credentials. As you no doubt know, the

legislature has made no appropriation
to defray the expenses of such dele delegates,
gates, delegates, you will, therefore, have to pay
your own expenses.
Yours very truly, -Park
Trammell, Governor.

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 followed
lowed followed by a social hour. Each mem member
ber member of the W. C. T. U. is asked to
consider herself a committee of f 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.

BURBANK

There is little doubt that the com commander
mander commander of the Eitel Friederich in intended
tended intended to intern his ship from the
first. But putting off the announce announcement
ment announcement of his definite intention to the
last minute, however, he kept several
Allied warships marking-time off the

1 Virginia capes. It is seldom that one

of the kaiser's sea captains overlooks
a bet.

Never any trouble to find out where
the Punta Gorda Herald stands on
any question. It says:
"This paper will do what it can,
honorably and decently, to help nomi nominate
nate nominate Albert W. Gilchrist for United
States senator, Wm. V. Knott for gov governor
ernor governor of Florida and John C. Luning
for state treasurer. The remaining
candidates will have plenty of other
newspaper help."

It will never be excusable, in the
opinion of the people of this country,
for submarines to sink passenger
ships of any nation. Such an act is
just as bad as anything a pirate can
do. However, it is not right to treat

A Star reporter stepping into the
Board of Trade headquarters last
night found Secretary Rooney and an
assistant busy mailing out copies of
the marketing bureau bill. Copies
were sent to the governor, each state
official, every member of the legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, every newspaper, board of trade
and farmers organization in the state.
Secretary Rooney put his signature
on each one, instead of having it
printed or stamped, which was some
job itself.

What has become of Tom Watson?
The rapidity with which he has faded
into obscurity since his scurrilous at attack
tack attack on the Catholic church is sig significant.
nificant. significant. He disgusted good men and
women of all churches by his foul
language.

AN UP TO DATE OPINION

We begin to doubt that "war is
hell." There is probably not room
enough in hell to accommodate it.
Columbia State.

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Burbank, April 7. Mr. George
Graham is spending this week in
Lakeland on business. His brother
from the north is with him also and
expects to return to Burbank with
him.

Mr. L. H. Langworthy and Mr. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards were in Ocala this week.
Mr. W. C. Bogue made a trip to

Orange Springs on the train and re returned
turned returned with a new horse and buggy.
Harold Hamilton and Mr. J. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards shipped 17 hampers of lettuce
to Washington today.
Word comes to Burbank that Mrs.
McEown died at her home in Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, Ohio. Se is known in Burbank,
as she is one of our early settlers. Mr.
McEown has our heartfelt sympathy.
Mr. J. E. Summerville and family,
Mrs. Maud Workman and Mr. Will William
iam William Teuton and aunt went on a fish
fry today.
Rev. Hight and wife took supper
with Mrs. Talbot and Mr. Millhouse
Sunday evening.
The Episcopalians observed Good
Friday at the church.
Mr. M. D. L. Graham accompanied
his 'brother L. D., home as far as
Jacksonville. They stopped off at Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka and St. Augustine, taking in
the sights. Mr. Graham was much im impressed
pressed impressed with St. Augustine and hopes
to visit there again next winter.
A bazaar was given last -Wednesday
night in the church. The Ladies'
Aid Society had fancy work to sell
and home made candy. There were
other amusements besides the picture
gallery, grab bag and other things.
The church was decorated beautifully.
.They served chicken soup, chicken
sandwiches and dill pickles. Everybody
had an enjoyable time.
Mr. Bill McNash of Ocala spent
Sunday with home folks and friends.
Mrs. Worst" and daughters spent
Tuesday at Mrs. George Graham's.
Everybody is busy making garden
these beautiful days. The Irish po po-totaoes
totaoes po-totaoes are looking fine. The frost
did not hurt them in this vicinity.
There was a surprise party given
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hight on Monday
night, as it was their wedding anni anniversary.
versary. anniversary. Twenty-five people gathered

at their home and spent a very lovely
evening. Cake, sandwiches and coffee
were served. They all departed at a

iaie nour ana wisnea tnem many

more happy anniversaries.

Fishers want a good white boy to

learn the grocery business. 8-3t

All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale

by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf.

Only two to a Customer

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STOMACH TROUBLE CURED

I am not a machinist nor an electri electrician,
cian, electrician, therefore cannot discuss intel intelligently
ligently intelligently from a scientific standpoint
at what price water and light can be
produced by the old, worn-out, fuel fuel-fed
fed fuel-fed machinery of the city, but the

chairman of the.water and light com committee
mittee committee of the city council of 1914,
also the chairman of the water and
light committee of the present city
council, also the city electrician all
say electric current can be produced
by the present city plant at 2 cents
per k. w. h..
If their statements are true, and I
believe they are, yet the current is
sold to the customers at 8 cents per
k. w. h or four times the cost of the
current, which I alluded to in my ar article
ticle article as selling 25 cents worth of cur current
rent current for a dollar. Do you now under understand
stand understand ?

The 2 cent per k. w. h. cost of
production included all the distribu distribution
tion distribution and overhead expenses that you
allude to or else the public has been
misled in the cost of production. I do

not care who furnishes the electric
current, if it can be furnished at a
cost of 2 cents by the city, I do not

think it is right to charge four times

its cost to makemoney to meet other
expenses. Give us lights at G cents
per k. w. h. and we will think the city
council wants to take the consumer,
the taxpayer, the owners, into their
confidence and co-partnership and
divide profits with them, otherwise I
shall contend for an honest competi competition
tion competition whether it be from the Florida

Power Company or some other indi individual
vidual individual or corporation. Two wrongs
do not make one right. I care not
what other cities and towns are
charging for light and water. If they
are selling the owners of their plants
25 cents worth of electric current "for
one dollar, and 15 or 20 cents worth
of water for one dollar, it is wrong

and the practice is wrong. The city
of Ocala is not excusable for doing
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wrong in practice oecause otner

cities are doing so. Who put you

wise, Mr. n-aitor, to mane tne asser

tion that "Ocala had one of the low

est electric rates in the state?" I

don't believe you know, but I think J
too much of you to 'put you in the

Ananias Club. I read in the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union that Jacksonville had put her
electric light rate down to 7 cents per
k. w. h., and I am informed that their

minimum flat rate has been 50 cents
for years. Ocala's minimum rate is

one dollar instead of 50 cents.
Please don't mislead your readers

and try. to make the impression that

I want the poor people sold out of
house and home for taxes due for
1914. According to your logic the
$19,000 due and unpaid, according to
the collector's report of a month ago,

was all levied against the poor of the
city who are not abls to pay their
taxes; this, my dear boy, I do not be believe.
lieve. believe. I varn you again about that
Ananias Club.
If there was levied $19,000 taxes of
the city of Ocala in 1914 against the
poor who are not able to pay and only
$14,000 against the rich who are able
to pay, then something is radically
wrong and the Star ought to let the
public know. Beware of that Ananias
Club with your logic and do not make
so many unwarranted excuses for the
high rate of water and light. I am
not concerned about what was charg charged
ed charged for water and lights in the years
gone by. It is the rate of the present
that I am contending against, and I
shall be perfectly satisfied to get it
from 5 the present plant or any other
plant that will furnish it cheaper and
a plenty of it. So far as the city
council of the present and past are
concerned, I regard them all as high high-toned
toned high-toned gentlemen and as my personal
friends. The council of 1914 gave me
on Washington street two street
lights, the council of 1915 has granted
me a water main on East Washington
street, all that I have asked of them.

I find no fault with thsm, I am only
contending for what I believe is right,
a cheaper rate of water and lights for
your beloved poor and equal justice to
those who pay their taxes. In con conclusion,
clusion, conclusion, I beg that the meager supply
of water be not cut off from the poor
who can not pay for their water met meters
ers meters and pay their taxes.

Yours kindly,
R. F. Rogers.

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If you want to feel good all Spring and Sum Summer
mer Summer begin now .and take a Spring tonic. It will
cleanse your system of the poisons absorbed
during the winter, and put pep,,, in you.
Bring your prescriptions; we fill them riht.
Buy all your drug stdre things from uc: we
sell them right.
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Mrs. C. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa.,
writes, "For some time I suffered from
stomach trouble. I would have sour
stomach and feel bloated after eating.
Nothing benefited me until I got
Chamberlain's Tablets. After taking
two bottles of them I was cured." For
sale by all dealers. Adv.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
in and for Marion County In
Chancery.
Polly Washington Complainant, vs.
Solomon Washington, also called
Sol Washington, Defendant Or Order
der Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Solomon Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, also called Sol Washington, be
and he is hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed in this cause
on or before
Monday, the 12th day of April, 1915
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state.
This 5th day of March, 1915.
(Seal) P. If. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
BULLOCK & MERSHON,
Complainant's Solicitors. 2-5-fri

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala, of Marion
county, Florida, will apply to the leg legislature
islature legislature of the state of Florida, at the
next session thereof, .for special or
local legislation for the following
purpose:
To give the circuit court of the fifth
judicial circuit of the state of Florida,
sitting in chancery, jurisdiction upon
any bill brought by the city of Ocala,
to recover for any sidewalk or street
paving done by the said city within
the corporate limits thereof in cases
where the assessments made therefor
against any real estate is void by rea reason
son reason of any irregularity in the making
thereof; further, to give the said
court the power and jurisdiction to de

termine the amount due said city aft

er taking into consideration the costs

oi sucn improvement ana tne en enhancement
hancement enhancement of the property by such

improvement and having so determin determined
ed determined such amount to make and enter

a decree in favor of said city for such

amount, which decree shall be a lien
superior to all other liens on such

property, whether accruing before or
after the entry thereof, end whether

said property may have changed own ownership
ership ownership since the time of the making
of such improvement or not. Further,

Henry
Clay

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We sell Calumet Baking Powder and Henry
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antee." Guarantee." ;
Get a can of this vell 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 Calumet Baking Powder FREE,
with a 24 pound sack of Henry Clay Flour
CARN-THOMAS COMPANY.

made by said city, and whether orig orig-incl
incl orig-incl assessments made have been de declared
clared declared to be void by a court or noj.;
further, that said city shall be requxr-

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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 coupons for you. We have arranged to issue
trading coupon books for use in the contest. These Looks may be
had from 50 cents upward, good for the amount paidat any future
date on everything we sell. Votes are issued to the full amount of
these books when purchased. 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 candidates
dates candidates for the pretty Juvenile Automobile:
J. T. Clayton, Jr. --- 58,139
Harmon Peebles. ------ -56,075
Edward Jeff coat 42,510
Willie Moore, Jr..----. 20,358
Turney Colbert.,.. 8,560

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The polls will close promptly at 12 o'clock, noon, Friday, April 16th
and the result will be announced at 4 p. rn. .Be sure all your votes
are in on time.

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Day we are going to give Double Votes
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. Heres your chance to make
a big showing.

BLITCHTON

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 IfcATS are' beauties and the prices will as astonish
tonish astonish you. Ask about them. r

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B.GOLDMAN, Proprietor.

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the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has about 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanoeus rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 page's of record matter and among these is
the. record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knows
that he has got it all. j"
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.

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Belleview, April 6. Mr. John T.
Lee of Winter Haven, one of our for former
mer former townsmen, is spending a week or
so in town looking after his property
interests.
Mrs. M. A. Dudley, who spent last
week in Wildwood, returned home Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, aecorr panied by her mother,
Mrs. R. A. Fnow, who wiir visit with
her for a while.
At the town hall Friday evening,
April 9th, an ice cream social for ben benefit
efit benefit of the Methodist church.
Mr. Sam Barrett came up from
Whitney last Friday to spend the
week-end with his family.
. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lansford and

children spent the Week-end with Mr. i

and Mrs. W. R. Kilpatrick.
Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Strong of Ocala
made their regular week-end visit to
Belleview, stopping with Mr. and Mrs.
Nichols, Mrs. Strong's parents.

Mr. S. N. McMurren, government
agricultural inspector, paid an official
visit to the Belleview pecan growers.
Miss Edith See See addressed quite
a congregation in the Baptist church
last Sunday afternoon.
x Mr. and Mrs, John II. Stannis of
Stafford' Springs, Conn., sojourned in
town a -few days while on their way

from the south, headed for home. Mr.
and Mrs. Stannis were among the first
of the people that settled in Belleview
and took quite a lively interest in the
place at that time. The residence

where Prof. A. B. Connor now resides
was built by Mr. Stannis in those
early days and a great many people
will remember the pear orchard out
on the Ocala-Summerfield road as one
that Mr. Stannis set out and expend expended
ed expended quite some effort on as well as con considerable
siderable considerable money.
Mr. Charles Oakley has one of the
finest amateur gardens in town, and
the vegetables, are good to look at
and the green peas makes one's
mouth water.
It appears that Mrs Joseph Mill Mill-som
som Mill-som is another grandmother and this
time it is a girl that adorns the home
of Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Millsom in
Middletown, Conn.
The whole Seaboard construction
gang has been in towrn for several
days building a tool house and hand
car garage for the use of Mr. Field Fielding's
ing's Fielding's tools and runabout.
Mrs. Abbie C. Morrow Brown, the
authoress, accompanied by Miss Lotta
May. left last Friday for Dayton, O.,
where they expect to spend the sum-

' mer.
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newal this week is-the best that can
be done. Uncle Andrew Jackson, who
has been a long while on this mun mundane
dane mundane sphere and who is one of Belle Belle-views
views Belle-views most respected colored citizens,
says that he cannot do without the
Weekly Star; that he has been taking
it, reading it and paying for it ever
since Mr. McKinley was president.
Uncle Andrew knows a good thirfg
when he sees it.
Quite an exodus of our winter vis

itors took place last Tuesday. Among
those going from sunshine and flow flowers
ers flowers to mud, cold' and snow were:

. Mrs. Ella B. French, who will trav-!
el to Danbury, Conn.
Mr. Geo. E. Bailey, who will hie
him to that little river town out in
Illinois, called Rock Island.
' Mis. Sadie E. Van Horn, who will
repair to her large stock farm ir.
Iowa.
Mrs. C. B. Bates will return to the
city of South Norwalk, Conn., by the
salt water, and after resting there
awhile will leisurely make her way
across the continent to San Francisco.
Mrs. Ella F. French gave one of
the few whist parties held here this
season, last Saturday afternoon, and

it was enjoyed by all who attended.
The regular monthly thimble party
was held at the home of Mrs. W. F.
Armstrong last Friday afternoon.

Mr. W. F. Barrett, who has been i
making a visit to friends and rela-1

tives in different parts of the state,

is in town for a few days, visiting
with his son, Mr. Sam Barrett.
Mrs. Joseph Millsom is suffering
with a rheumatic attack.
The W. O. W. camp assembled in
Masonic hall Wednesday night, trans transacted
acted transacted their regular business and in initiated
itiated initiated an applicant for membership
in the order.

The regular annual town caucus for
the purpose of nominating officers to
serve for the next year was held at
the town hall Friday night. Prac Practically
tically Practically the same set of officials were

nominated to succeed themselves.

Biitchton, April S. Following is
the program of rally day exercises
Sunday, April 4th:
Seng.
Scripture by Prof. Ervin of Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia College.
Solo, "Just for Today," by Mr. J.
J. Harris.
Prayer.
Welcome address by Mr. Joseph
Akin.
y Response by Mr. Homer Howard of
Lake City.
Quartet, "God Is Ever Good" By
Messrs. Landis Blitch, B. D. Law,
Homer Howard and Prof. Ervin.
Sunday School Army, by class of
boy?.
Song, "Onward Little Soldiers," by
children.
Motion piece by class of girls.

OCALA, FLORIDA
Statement of Condition at the Close of Business
APRIL 3, 1915
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Loans and Discounts $320,204.99
Count Warrants 48,767.97

Overdrafts ...
Bonds .
Banking House 8c Lot
Other Real Estate,-..
Furniture 8c Fixtures

390.22
15,020.00
34,299.67
560.00
9,696 58

Cash on Hand 57,869.22

Other Assets-

1,734.17

TOTAL -$488,542.82

LITIES

Capital Stock $ 50,000.00
Surplus and Profits 34,451.17
Bills Payable 59,250.00
Deposits 344,841.65

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Talk, "Teaching" State Attorney
Scofield of Inverness.

Talk by Mr. J. D. Kooney of Ocala. j

Prayer.
Talk by Mr. C. C. Kawls of Lake
City.
Offering.

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Thee"- Messrs. Landis Blitch and
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Solo by Mr. Homer Howard.
Easter sermon by Rev. Bunyan
Stephens of Ocala.
About 350 people enjoyed the day
and all pronounced it a wonderful
day.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bowlander
and Mrs. R. A. Jordan are on the sick
list. . ,
Miss Inez Carson, Messrs. Loonis
Blitch, Homer Howard, B. D. Law
and Prof. Ervin returned to Colum Columbia
bia Columbia College, Lake City, Monday.
Mr. J. W. Coulter motored to Ocala
Wednesday.
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week with Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis
at Irvine.
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tended extended visit to South Florida.
Mr. B. R. Blitch attended the meet meeting
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week.
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guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Akin.
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OCALA EVENING STAR FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1915.
SAW HIS OPPORTUNITY
FOUNDATION OF WILLIAM A.
CLARK'S IMMENSE FORTUNE.
Multimillionaire Has Never Forgotten
th Incident That Gave Him His
First Boost Toward His Won Wonderful
derful Wonderful Success.

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? The power to foresee and predict
the future, to take advantage of that
foresight, and the ability to pile up
millions out of an event that other
anen blindly pass by is a factor in
khe lives cf many Important men. Sen Senator
ator Senator William A. Clark, the Montana
jcopper king, 'can trace the foundation
iof his vast fortune to a single Incident
Wway back in the sixties. Like all
big men, he does not disdain to re recall
call recall the lucky moment when the win winding
ding winding card was played that placed him
jon the road to a gigantic fortune and
prodigious success.
! He Was keeping a trading store In
Salt Lake with flour at $1.50 for a
550-pound barrel, and ham at $1 a
bound, when his lucky moment ar arrived.
rived. arrived. He had been teamster, trader,
jxainer anything and everything that
beemed to hold a chance of success
land to all these different callings he
jhad devoted arduous and incessant
llabor.
He had toiled for nine months with
his back bent double ovr promising
jatreams, often up to hi3 knees in Ice-cold
water, to find himself with $1,500,
all told, as tho result of this heart heartbreaking
breaking heartbreaking labor. He' had driven ox
teams and mule teams in all sorts of
weather across a wild country, with
Indians a constant menace, and the
chance of death by the roadside lurk lurking
ing lurking in every clump of stunted fir. To
open his trading store in Salt Lake
.he had driven an ox team 300 miles
through a rough wilderness, bought
goods and started in to be. his own
freighter. In one year the $1,500 had
risen to $7,500.
Then the incident ocevrrid which

oiight ;himJVi?r The citizens of
LAbC Chance Gulch (now Helena) were
threatened with" a tobacco famine,
Blnce the steamer bearing the consign consignment
ment consignment had been sunk on the Missouri
river, and no man but Clark had the
foresight or courage to realize what
it meant. Tobacco was the most pre precious
cious precious freight that Last Chance Gulch
could conceive. The news of the loss
of the steamer sent them into a fury
of rage, but no man thought of a plan
for retrieving the situation. Lamen Lamentations
tations Lamentations and curses were the order of
the day.
Clark saw all thi3, and he saw, too,
that it was his time to act. He har harnessed
nessed harnessed his Lorse, and in the middle
of winter, with the thermometer 28
degrees below zero, started to ride
the 250 miles that lay between Last
Chance Gulch and Boise City. Hardly
anyone who saw him start expected to
see him return alive, but Clark knew
his own vitality, gained through early
years of plowboy labor, and he was
determined to see the thing through.
On January he drove into Helena
with 2,000 pounds of tobacco on his
wagon. It had cost him $3,000, but
ho sold it for $10,000, and found him himself
self himself the most popular man in camp.
Has Made Valuable Discovery.
By means of that Invaluable little
creature, the guinea pig, Prof'. Rut Rut-ledge
ledge Rut-ledge Rutherford, a physiologist of
Chicago, has finally unearthed and
Identified a remarkable substance
which he has named "trophogen" or
"bitrophen" which means "to produce
nourishment and life." His experi experiments
ments experiments began with guinea pigs ; were
confirmed afterward upon mice, chick chickens,
ens, chickens, kittens and other animals, and
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upon foods and nutrition.
Trophogen is an all-sustaining nutri nutriment
ment nutriment that is absolutely essential to
life. It is widely distributed in every
known food, and without it that is,
by trying to nourish yourself on sup supposed
posed supposed foods that do not contain it
death quickly occurs. It occurs in al albuminous
buminous albuminous so-called protein foods,
and is the basis of all animal tissue.
Long-Drawn-Out Battles.
Whereas it used be "the day" that
was lost and won, it is now anywhere
from the week to the fortnight,- and
one wonders what must be the "state
of soul" of officers and men during
these all but never-ending battles.
Marked by a great dullness, we should
say, if not by a clearly defined fatalism.
Retreat means oniy another fight, as
bad if not worse. Death means relief.
Getting wounded means a sojourn in
hospital, but the chance of being shot
even there. At a guess, we think we
should become fairly indifferent as to
what befell us there in the trenches,
and, if any perceptible Interest re relieved
lieved relieved the boredom it would be curi curiosity
osity curiosity a vague, tired, dismal inquisl inquisl-tiveness
tiveness inquisl-tiveness as to how the infernal set-to
was destined to end.
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HItION-DUXX MASOXIC IODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge rco. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening0 or each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No.' 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge'o hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at so o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y-
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OCALA LODGE AO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth TSuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoflBce, east side.
David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL OKMEK OF MUUSE
Ocala Lodge rso. ty 9.. L. O. M..
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. u.
Visiting brethern always welcome lo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffice.
j. D. Rooney, Dictator.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. P.,
meets in Vonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visitin?
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
VV. L. Coibert, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal UnioD
of 'America, meets in Yonge's Hal1
cnv the second Thursday evening o;
each month. Geo.,L. Taylor F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fot King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 7:30 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visitin?
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage2 Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention?
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
Irugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Charles Goddard, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, K. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
OCALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Sarah C. Blitch, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R. and M. C.
Advlcs for the Timid.
Don't be afraid to be alone. Until
you overcome such fear, you are in a
pitiable state of dependence. It means
that you must fasten your presence
upon some other human being at all
times, welcome or not, for you will
grow selfish in your fear, and ignore
the rights of others.
Fishel's give groceries free with
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A LESSOII IN ETHICS

By MAUD SMITH COTTRELU
(Copyright, 1914, by W. Q. Chapman.)
"I don't say you shan't marry my
daughter, Mr. Wills," said Hiram Oak Oakley,
ley, Oakley, stroking his white beard thought thoughtfully.
fully. thoughtfully. "I say that you've sprung this
on me sudden like, and I want time to
think it over."
"And I say, Mr. Oakley, that Madge
Is of age and entitled to choose for
herself," answered the young fellow.
"And since she has chosen to accept
me. I am asking you only as a matter
of form."
Hiram Oakley looked at the young
fellow quietly. He did not mind Madge
being married; she was flighty and had
not been too kind to her father since
her mother's death released her from
what she considered unjustifiable
chaperonage; but Mr. Oakley wanted
to know more about Herbert Wills,
who had appeared in the town three
months before and taken a position
with him'in his department store.
He saw no harm in Wills, but the
young man had a good deal to learn.
So had Madge, for that matter.
The mystery- was solved a few days
later when Madge and Wills contracted
a secret marriage before an aldeiman.
Hiram Oakley received a defiant note
from the couple announcing that they
meant to go their own way, unless he
chose to make the first advances.
What their own way meant was
shown a few days later when Wills
opened a smaller rival store Imme Immediately
diately Immediately opposite the Oakley premises
on Main street
Revenge is not a good policy in
commerce, but still Wills' store opened
with a great flourish of advertise advertisements
ments advertisements and bills in the store windows.
Wills made a specialty of displaying
the same kind of goods as his father-in-law,
only of a cheaper grade. Every Everything
thing Everything that was in Mr. Oaklev's win-
When Glands Swell
Blood Heeds Attention
Even a Sweat Gland May
Result in Severe
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In our intricate boy ilie use of S. S.
S. for the blood has a most remarkable
Influence. YV little realize our gland glandular
ular glandular system. It may be a tiny bulb no
bigger than a pin point, and yet if a
disease germ gets into it. there is a
tremendous swelling-. It becomes a
boil, a carbuncle, It may l e a "blood
rising." and it is often a .urce of con continuous
tinuous continuous misery if not ohkc-d. Many
of the most excruciating forms of tor torture
ture torture begin with the swelling of a tiny
gland, caused by a disease germ. And
it is S. S.. S. that spreads throughout
the blood circulation to prevent just
such conditions. Or if they have al already
ready already started, i?. S. S. will soon put the
blood in such a state of health as to
overcome- the tendency to glandular
swellings. It is a natural medicine for
the blood, just as essential to health if
the blood be Impure, as are the meats,
fats, grains and sugars of our daily
food.
It contains one Ingredient the active
purpose of which is to stimulate the
exchange of new flesh for dead or waste
matter.
Get a bottle of S. S. S. today of any
druggist, and if your case Is stubborn,
write to the Medical Adviser. The Swift
Specific Co., 10& Swift Bldg.. Atlanta, Ga.
This department is In charge of a noted
physician.

dows was in his son-in-law's, out cut
by one-third in price. And for a time
Wills' trade boomed at the expense of
Oakley's.
After a while, however, things began
to swing the other way. Oakley's
trade went up and Wills found his
counters deserted. He could not un understand,
derstand, understand, lie did not realize that the
district was not one patronized by
cheap shoppers, and that his shoddy
goods and cheap stock had been tried
and found wanting.
Hiram Oakley, with no bills in his
windows, was doing a roaring trade
during the boom times. Wills found
himself reduced to his last five hun hundred.
dred. hundred. And he was not taking in enough
to pay the cost of his help.
As the sales dwindled Wills' posters
became more flashy. Hiram Oakley,
who had had no communication with,
the couple since their marriage, knew
that the time was at hand.
But, after all, it was Wills who came
to him came in humbly, but looking
much more of a man than he had
looked before when he -defied old Oak Oakley.
ley. Oakley. "Mr. Oakley," he began frankly, "I've
come to tell you that I have been a
fool, sir."
Old Oakley looked him up and down.
"There's always hope for a man when
he finds that out," he said at length.
"Don't think that I've come to ask
your help," said Wills. "I'm anxious
about Madge, that's alL .Frankly, the
business can't go on another month.
And I don't know, what we are going
to do. You see
And Oakley learned that he was to
become a grandfather.
There is nothing that touches an
old man's heart so much. Oakley was
genuinely fond of his daughter, and he
thought that the pair had had about as
much of a lesson as they needed.
"So I'm thinking of selling out and
moving to another town, sir," con continued
tinued continued Wills. "But before I, go I want
you to forgive Madge and and tell me
why I couldn't succeed," he blurted
out. "I thought I knew all the tricks
of the trade, with my New York ex experience."
perience." experience." "So you did, my boy," answered Oak Oakley
ley Oakley briskly. "You knew tricks that I'd
heard of but never soiled my fingers
with, nor wouldn't.
"In the first place, you went Into
the business in a spirit of vindlctive vindlctive-ness
ness vindlctive-ness instead of willingness, to kill an another
other another man's trade rather than estab establish
lish establish your own. That can't help show showing
ing showing itself in the tone of the selling
force. Your salespeople took their cue
from you, and they lost customers by
their unwillingness and bad manners.
"Then, again, you tried to sell the
same goods I did, but cheaper goods.
People find out good from bad. They
don't repeat their purchases at a
store that does them."
Wills swallowed hard, for the lesson
was a bitter one. But the spirit of
vindictlveness had been driven out of
him.
"I'm obliged to you, sir," he said.
"And you ii see Madge before we leave
next week
"Wait a minute!" said old Oakley.
"Now it's my turn to speak. I've been
planning turning it Into a company and
opening a branch. In fact, I've ac acquired
quired acquired some property for the branch
store, and If you like to be my man manager,
ager, manager, I think it'll pay you better than
leaving town. I am retaining 55 per
cent of the stock, and in course of
time It ought to go to you and Madge.
And then I've only one child. What
do you say?"
Wills grasped old Oakley's hands Im Impulsively.
pulsively. Impulsively. "I say I accept but I don't
deserve It, sir," he said. "And the
branch store where Is it to be?"
"Across the street," said Oakley.

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Camp Fire Girls Organized PROF. JANS EN AT THE TEMPLE
Thursday afternoon at the Woman's
Cub a dozen or more schools girls What the auidence lacked in quan quan-met
met quan-met and formed an organization of tity it made up in enthusiasm last
Camp Fire Girls. Miss Elizabeth Da- night at the Temple when Prof. Karl
vis was elected secretary and Miss Hansen gave his entertainment for
Nina Camp treasurer, who, with Mrs. the benefit of the Ocala public schools.
William Hocker, appointed guardian Before commencing his lecture on
by the Woman's Club, under whose "Facts, Fun and Fancy of the Anglo Anglo-auspices
auspices Anglo-auspices the organization is formed, Saxon," Mr. Jansen, who is a splendid
will be the only officers. judge of human nature and a keen ob-
The membership included fourteen i server, said that Ocala had the best
girls, namely: Misses Stella, Nina, ; cooperative spirit of any -town its size

' Nettie and Carita Camp, Elizabeth

and Meme Davis, Isabel Davis, Agnes I have the material and an abundance
Burford, Katie Mae Eagleton, Eliza- of it, he added, and it behooves the
beth Hocker, Elizabeth Home, Cath- j citizens to wake up to the fact,
arine Henry, Mary Harriet Livingston j r- Hansen's lecture began with the
and Louise Spencer. j counrty's ancestry several centuries
The Camp Fire Girls will meet once back, and he cited the audience to im im-a
a im-a week and the four meetings a month portent historical dates, telling their
will each be different, affording de-! significance on the present generation,
lightful as well as beneficial enter-! The lecture was all that the subject
tainment. There will be one business implied. Extracts from Shakspere's
meeting, held always at the Woman's j Macbeth, Tennyson's "Enoch Arden,"
Club, one meeting will be devoted to and "An Old Sweetheart of Mine," by
sewiner or basket work at which some- i James Whitcomb Riley were included

one will read, one to outings, picnics
and such like. Occasionally the girls
will meet at the homes of different
members to enjoy a supper which will
be prepared by themselves. Already
they are planning two camping trips,
one to Shell Island on the gulf and
the other to Treasure Island, near
Leesburg.
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Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S., had
splendid vmeeting at Yonge's hall
Thursday night. At this meeting Mrs.
Jessie Shavf of Zuber and Mr. Ernest
Schnitzler if Weirsdale, received the
meeting Mrs. Rowena Chappell was
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initiated. JXtter the close of- the chap-
er several kinds of cake and coffee
were served.
South Carolina Wedding
Interest
of Local
st Wednesday evening in Flor
ence, kj.t 31iss uave Weston and
Mr. A. Austin Miller were united in
marriasre, the cerGiaony beincr a bril
liant event, taking in the Epis
copal church. The Bride with her par
ents formerly resided in Ocala and
the groom has frequently visited
ifrere JPf interest to their many friends
win be tne ioiiowmg taken irom tne
Florence Times:
A wedding of unusual interest in
Florence, in Georgia, in Florida and
in Pennsylvania, where both the pro prospective
spective prospective bride, and groom have wide
circles of friends and relatives is that
of Miss Olive Weston of this city and
Mr. Austin Miller of Jacksonville,
Fla. Miss Weston is the daughter
and only child of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
Weston of Florence and is one of the
most popular and attractive members
of the younger set. After spending
several years of her girlhood in Flor Florence,
ence, Florence, Miss Weston went with her par parents
ents parents to reside in Georgia, returning
to Florence again just in the full
bloom and charm of youth, to take up
again old friendships and enter again
into the social life of the city. Mr.
Miller is a member of the Jacksonville
bar and one of the best known young
attorneys in the state of Florida. He
is an alumnus of the University of
Florida, law department of the Uni University
versity University of Virginia and took post
graduate work in the law school of
Columbia University, New York City.
The wedding ceremony will be per performed
formed performed in St. John's Episcopal church
by Rev. Harold Thomas, the rector, at
6 o'clock p. m. The attendants will
be Miss Mercedes Miller, sister of the
groom of Jacksonville, and Miss
Eleanor Weston of Philadelphia. Miss
Katherine Lea DuBose of Atlanta, will
be the maid of honor. Mr. Miller will
be attended by Mr. O. C. Wheeler of
Jacksonville, as best man, and Mr.
Gilbert Younglove, of Gainesville,
and Dr. John B. Fitts, of Atlanta, as
groomsmen.
Miss Lillian Clarkson, who had the
misfortune to break her arm the first
of the week, is getting along nicely.
Mrs. W. W. Condon has returned
from Jacksonville, where she attend attended
ed attended the Presbyterial. She was a dele delegate
gate delegate from the missionary society of
the Presbyterian church in this city,
and while in Jacksonville was the
guest of Mrs. Axtell.
Yesterday's Times-Union gave a
picture of the freighter William How Howard
ard Howard on her maiden voyage to St. Au
gustine and Daytona from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville with J. Hatten Howard as coo-
tain. The old William Howard plied
between Silver Springs and Palatka,
carrying freight and passengers, and
for a number of years Mr. Howard
was captain of the boat.
Miss Lillian McKay of Valdosto,
has returned from a trip to Havana,
and is being entertained as the house
guest of Mrs. Harry Tuttle. Miss Mc McKay
Kay McKay has also been the guest of Mrs.
Ralph Worthington. Miami Metrop
olis.
Miss McKay was a popular visitor
in Ocala several years ago, the guest
of Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk.
.air. ana airs. l. w. ureen nave as
their guest Mr. Green's niece, Miss
Sarah Jane Green of Irdiana, who ar
rived this afternoon.
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tnat ne Knew, but it was asleep, vve

in the entertainment.
Mr. Jansen has won a warm place
in the hearts of Ocalans and a hearty
welcome will be accorded him if he
ever returns. His lectures are of the
very best and they are thoroughly in instructive
structive instructive and entertaining.
ll'S CLUB WORK
MRS. FRANK WETHERBEE
Editor for April
We have all heard the question ask asked
ed asked many times, "Of what use is the
Woman's Club to you? What benefit
do you derive from it? Is it worth
while?" And I am sure every woman
who has had the satisfaction of call calling
ing calling herself a "club woman" may
truthfully answer in the affirmative.
'We cannot take our place as a true
club woman without learning that life
s large, vve realize tnat we cannot
ossibly grasp the whole of it in the
ew years tnat we have to live, .out
-ve are enabled to realize what is
vital, what is essential, and what we
may profitably let go. We learn to
let go of pretence. The woman's club
is no place for shams. In its clear
light the false selves that we have
wrought about like a garment will
shrivel and fall away. And what ever
we really are we learn to be in all
fearlessness and what ever we are not
we will cease striving to be. If we
can rid ourselves of all untruth of
word, manner and mode of life and
thinking, we shall rid ourselvesvof
much rubbish, restlessness and fear.
A club woman has not time to sit
doyn in idleness. There are things in
our lives and in our town to be chang changed.
ed. changed. There are opportunities that our
own efforts may enlarge. We can and
do conquer many difficulties that beset
our pathway and in conquering we
become strong. We learn to believe
more and more that there is no im impediment
pediment impediment that cannot be overcome, no
hindrance to usefulness that cannot
be removed. We learn to pass our
blessings on, and forgetful of self,
try to be helpful to the world. We
learn that there can be no happy life
without strenuous, unremitting work
in it, and each day be find new possi possibilities
bilities possibilities in life. We feel that we are a
united power for good in the world.
We are working out'a problem in his history
tory history and the world is looking on to see
what we will accomplish. So I think
we can not afford to lose a moment of
usefulness, or the sum of our influence
will be less than it might have been.
With noble purposes in view, what
can we not accomplish as an associa association.
tion. association. Then again, club life is a gentle
outlet for our ambition. Ambition
might become the most deadly foe we
PHONF 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Cfder will have
m mediate Attention-
J. L. SMOAK
J At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Antomobile Owners!
If your car needs PAINTING see
me. If it needs brightening up use my
"AUTO PRESERVATION POLISH"
aM save paint bills Price $1.00.
T. D. DILLON
203 N. Main St. Phone 193
OCALA. FLORIDA
Virginia Style
Smoked Hams
('Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
22c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Oeala Ice & Packing Co.
Phone 34

HELVERISIWS
Popular Store
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mention but a few items in this space, but the counters will be crowded with
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Ladies' Dresses Assorted Laces
Worth $4.00 to $6.00 at . $1.00 From 2c to 12c, worth double the price
One lot Ladies' Black, Tan and White One lot beautifully figured Batiste
Hose, worth from 15c to 25c, eight and Lace Lawns, 8 l-2c per yard, or
pairs for . $1.00 12 yards for - $1.00
One lot Cambric and Swiss Embroider- One lot men's and ladies Silk Hats, all
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Goods at Such Remarkably Low Prices

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we have made the following Specials. Don't let them

Two Boy's Wash Suits, in all colors and style, sizes
from 3 to 8 years, regular 75 cent val- ffY
ues on DOLLAR DAY for A
Three Children's Dresses with bloomers, sizes. 2 to

8 years, special on Dollar Day
for .. ..7..
Three Extra good 81 x 90 Sheets
lar Day only.
DRY GOODS,
could face, to our characters, I mean.
For instancejwe might allow our in intellectual
tellectual intellectual ambitions to draw us away
from our true place in life and make
of us cold, unloved, unhelpful women,
instead of the joyous, affectionate, un unselfish
selfish unselfish women we might have been. I
do not mean that we should annihilate
ambition, but let us keep it in bounds.
Nor should we let our talents lie idle.
There is a place for them. But let us
keep their development forever sub subordinate
ordinate subordinate to simple duties at home. In
our lives let us put aside these gifts
as an underbreath and obey the lov loving
ing loving calls of toil, responsibility and
quiet duties. Let u strive to make
our surroundings home-like. Whether
we be writer, musician, teacher or
mother of a household, if we are not
gentle in manner and beautiful in soul,
the world will feel that the one thing
needful is lacking vivid, tender,
womanliness for which no knowledge
or linguistics can ever compensate.
As some great writer has said, "It
is better for a woman to fill a simple,
human part lovingly, better for her to
be sympathetic in trouble, and to
whisper a comforting message into
one grieving ear, than that she should
make a path to Egypt or a lecture to
thousands!
The Charity Circle of the Presby
terian church will give a "Swap So-j
cial" 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. 7-3t
CHOICE SMALL HAMS OR 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
RHEUMATIC PAINS RELIEVED
Why suffer from rheumatism when
relief may be had at so small a cost?
Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., writes,
"I have been subject to attacks of
rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's
Liniment always relieves me imme immediately,
diately, immediately, and I take pleasure in recom recommending
mending recommending it to others." 25 and 50 cent
bottles. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Ladies' untrimmed hats for
DOLLAR DAY at Fishel's.
$1 on
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Is your telephone account paid 1 ad
Globe-Wernicke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. Get one. 8-3t

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As the Public in this section well knows, we always
have exceptional values in all our lines. However for
DOLLAR DAY, APRIL 12th

Six Yards Wash
signs, special
only .
Twelve Ladies'
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spienaia vaxues
One lot Ladies
for Dol- g QQ
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in all sizes, on
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CLOTHING, SHOES, MILLINERY, ETC.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE Large white chrysan chrysanthemum
themum chrysanthemum plants, 30 cents per dozen.
Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
street. 4-7 tf.
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 riotified. R. J.
Rivers. 4-6-tf
RANGE FOR SALE A family size,
wood burning range, with hot wa wa-'
' wa-' ter 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-t
WANTED The owner of a pistol
taken from a boy some days ago
while under arrest. It was taken
from aa 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
j FOR RENT Well locaced and nicel
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ionial. 7-tf
FOR RENT Two connecting room3,
furnished; one, two or three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
at residence of Mrs. A. M. Perry,
Herbert street. 3-18-tf
FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs for hatching. H. S. Wesson,
Ocala, Fla. C-30-lm
FOR RENT New bungalow with all
modern conveniences, on South
Lime street. Apply to C. V. Rob Roberts.
erts. Roberts. 8-6t
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

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Silk in all the latest shades and de-;
for DOLLAR DAY
Vests, light weight and 0 3
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Tan Low Quarter Bonton Shoes
Dollar Day we will sell
$1.00
a permanent occupant. Address,
"Room," care Evening Star. 24-Ct
WANTED To trade real estate,
home and lots in St. Petersburg,
for stock of merchandise. Address
Box 597, St. Petersburg, Fia. 8-2t
HOUSE FOR RENT Six rooms, gas,
water, electric lights, bath and
other conveniences; in good repair;
on Watula street opposite Ocala
Telephone Company's building; rest
reasonable. Apply to Miss Rena
Smith, at Haycraft Millinery. 9-Ct
STANDING COMMITTEES
OF TE CITY COUNCIL
FOR THE YEAR 1S15
Finance
D. W. Tompkin?, J. J. Gerig, 11. J.
Roess.
Judiciary
Geo. A. Nash. W. A. Knight, II. A.
Fausctt.
Street
M. J. Uoess, D. W. Tompkins, Geo.
A. Nash.
Cemetery
John Moore, M. J. Roess, J. C.
Smith.
Fire
J. J. Gerig, II. A. Fausett, W. A.
Knight.
Police
W. A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, Jr. C
Smith.
Market
J. C
Smith, J. M. Meffert, J. J.
Gerig.
Sanitary
H. A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash, D.
7.
Tompkins.
Building
John Moore, H. A. Fausett, J. C
Smith.
Light and Water
J. M. Meffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.
J. Gerig.
A SLUGGISH LIVER
NEEDS ATTENTION
Let your liver get torpid and ycu
are in for a spell of misery. Every Everybody
body Everybody gets an attack now and then.
Thousands of people keep their livers
active and healthy by using Dr. Kind's
New Life Pills. Fine for the stonisch,
too. Stop the dizziness, censtiation.
biliousness and indigestion. Clear the
blood. Only 2-jc at your dra
gist.
A
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Is your telephone account paid?

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OCA LA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1915.

I

OCALA OCCURENCES

THE MARKETS

Chicago, April 9. May wheat,!
1.514.

(Hi S061AL AFFAIRS

Woodmen meet tonight.

WEATHER REPORT

, ; This report is made from observa-
For Velvet Ice Cream Phone 525. tf tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.

Weihe, official observer for the gov-

Dollar Day at Fishels Monday. 3t j ernment.

' ' April 1

Corn, 72
Oats, 57.
July pork, 17.72.
Lard, 10.45.
Ribs, 10.42.

"Runaway June" will be at the
Temple this evening.

; April 3

April

April

Max. Min.
..: 66 47
.61 49
53 44
62 37
72 3G
..75 43
78 53
80 53

R. F.

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Norris Box Candies at the Court j April 7
Pharmacy are the best made. 19-tf. April 8

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Local Forecast

Generally fair tonight and Satur

Is your telephone account paid? ad

First of vhe season Pabst excellent ;

"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf

!day.

Mr. T. I. Arnold was

business in Tampa yesterday.

W. K. Lane, M. P., Pfcyslclan and

j Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Xose
transacting ; anc Throat. Law Library Building,

Ocala, Fla.

Just say "bock" at Johnny's. TVey'll
know what you mean. tf

Victrolas at The Murray Company.

- An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask
"for Triola Sweets. 22tf

Rev. J. G. Glass returned today
from his weekly visit to his grove at
Island Grove.

Is your telephone account paid ? ad
The most satisfying box of candy,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Stores only. 22-tf.
Messrs. W. W. Stripling and R. B.
Ferguson were business visitors to
Gainesville yesterday.

Mr. W. J. Hilands returned last
night from Jacksonville, where he has
been for several days at the Hotel
Mason; on business for his railroad.
Mr. Hilands leaves tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon on the S. A. L. Limited for a 10
days' business trip to New York.
Mr. Chas. W. Hunter has returned
from a business visit to New York.

A colored man named Charles Bry-;
ant, aged about 40, virtually broke
into the colored hospital today. He j
was quite sick, probably somewhat f

demented, and he walked in with a
brick in each hand. He was taken
care of, however, and is now comfor comfortable
table comfortable in one of the wards, with a
white physician taking care of him.

Mr. Z. C. Chambliss feels that the
joke is on him. For the past few
years he has been befriending a rag ragged,
ged, ragged, rheumatic old darkey, who hob hobbles
bles hobbles around town and pulls every
charitable leg. The other day, the
old darkey had an accident, which
crippled him, and Mr. C. told a phy physician
sician physician to patch him up. In order to
make the old man comfortable, Mr. C.
and the doctor assembled his effects,
and among them found a dozen gin
bottles, all of which but one was
empty. The doctor turned the full
bottle over to Mr. C, who will retain
it as a souvenir.

(Continued from Third Page)
Mrs. E. J. Crook, who has been
convalescing from an operation at the
hospital, expects to return home late
this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keidel, Mrs.

Pauline Sattler and Ernest Keidel of
Baltimore, Md., who were guests at
the Hotel Alcazar earlier in the sea season,
son, season, have returned after a trip south
to make another visit here. St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine Record.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hooks, who
have been spending the past winter
with their daughter, Mrs. P. A. Dur Dur-and
and Dur-and and family, left yesterday for
their home in Butler, Pa.

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Mrs. H. W. Henry, Mrs. J. C. Gar Garrett
rett Garrett and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow of Lake
Weir were visitors today.

Mrs. Fulwood and Miss Ervin
Citra spent today in the city.

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CIVIL-SERVICE EXAMINATION

Fish globes. The Murray Company.

Mr. T. H. Harris, who has been in
Jacksonville for several months, has
returned home.

See the groceries Fishel's give free
with each $1 purchase on Saturday
ard Monday. 8-3t

Is your telephone account paid ? ad
Twelve yards of white P. K. for $1
at Fishel's on DOLLAR DAY. 8-3t

The United States Civil Service

Commission announces that on April
10th, 1915, an open competitive exam-

C. R. Kreger, a prominent business mation will be .held for the. positions

man of Ocala, who has been over to of clerk and city carrier in the Ocala

Cuba to witness the fight, has return- post office.

ed and is en route home. He stopped Applicants must have reached their

here yesterday long enough to give 18th, but not their 45th, birthday on
friends at the DeSoto a first-hand the date of examination. The age
version of the big contest Tampa limit is waived, however, in the case

Tribune.

It is tolerably certain that the

Gainesville baseball team will be in
Ocala for a game next Friday afternoon.

Mr. L. K. Edwards, manager of the
Irvine Crate and Basket Company's
mills, is among the business callers
ni the city today.

Kev. tsunyan Stephens has mom
his pastoral study to the Holder
building and is occupying a room
next to the law office of Mr. L. W.
Duval.

Dr. J. M. Gross of Ocala, arrived in
the city bast night to assist Rev. J.
Lawton Moon, at the revival service
at the Methodist church this week. A
large audience was on hand to hear
the minister preach his first sermon,
which was an excellent one. Dr. Gross
is a very able speaker and his sermons
are "always interesting and many an
audience has been delighted with his
preaching. Clearwater Sun."

Postmaster Rogers and one or two

other gentlemen went to the jail this

morning, to interview Edward Gor

don, who was arrested Wednesday
for writing a threatening letter to the
postmaster. The man said he was in
need of money and was trying to run
a bluff. He is a painter and his home

is in New Jersey.

Captain Tom Bridges returned from
Tallahassee this afternoon. He looked

over the legislature, and thinks it
more than likely that the statewide
prohibition amendment will go thru,
with a grandfather clause in the vot

ing laws to insure its passage by pop

ular vote.

of persons honorably discharged from

the naval or military service. of the

U S.. by -reason of disability result

ing from wounds or sickness incurred
in the line of duty. Male applicants
must measure 5 feet 4 inches in bare
feet. Married women will not be ad admitted
mitted admitted to this examination. This pro prohibition
hibition prohibition does not apply, however, to
divorced women or to women separat

ed from their husbands and support
themselves.

For application blank (Form 1371)

and "Instructions to Applicants" ad address
dress address the secretary local board C! S.

Examiners, Ocala, Fla., or the Dis

trict Secretary at the address be

low.

Secretaiy Fifth Civil Service Dis't.,
Atlanta. Ga.

ANNUAL MEETING OF

GROWERS AND SHIPPERS

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Mr. R. A. Burford returned today!

from a professional visit to Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville.

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With purchase

other Groceries.
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With purchase of one pound
package of VOTAN COFFEE for
40 cents.
SMITH GROCERY
COMPANY
N. MAGNOLIA ST. OCALA

Mr. S. J. McCully, county demon

strator, who was in town today, is!
hopeful of the crop outlook. He says
that at least half the truck crop was
saved, and he believes the farmers
will obtain more for it than for a

whole one.

The scarcity of country people on
the streets is explained by the proba probability
bility probability that they are all busy with
their crops.

He

r. joe Matnews oi jf airneia, is

business visitpr in the city today.

is now contemmating the purchase of

an automobile, lite most of our su

cessful farmers.

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gray of Flem Flem-ington,
ington, Flem-ington, are among the visitors in the
city today. They paid the Star office
an appreciated call during their short
stay in town.

In the city court this morning, Re Recorder
corder Recorder Izlar fined Mr. Retzky $25 and
pnete nrA ihirtv Anva imnrisnnmpnt.

The recorder is of the opinion that P- Jickeis on April 12th

To the Members of the Florida Grow Growers
ers Growers and Shippers League:

The annual meeting of the league j
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 -the 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

resent 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,
$2.50.
Tremont Hotel, European, (2 in a
room) $1-$1.50.
DeSoto Hotel, American, $3-$3.50.
The Arlington, European, $.75.
The" railroads are going to give a
rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the

Mr. Charles Peyser, Miss Gertie
Peyser and Miss Doris Murry return returned
ed returned this morning from a two days visit
to Palatka.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bennett, who
attended the Elks convention in Pa Palatka,
latka, Palatka, returned home yesterday.
The members of the Tuesday auc auction
tion auction club will be entertained next
week by Miss Ellen Clarkson.
m

Mrs. Mamie Howse-Stovall, who

has been quite sick, was able to at

tend the meeting of the directors of
the library association this afternoon.
Misses Meme Davis and Louise
Rentz went to Eastlake this after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, for a week-end visit with Miss
Dorothy Klock.
Misses Frances Lummus and Mar Marion
ion Marion Hunter accompanied Mrs. Charles
Mathews to her home at Candler this
afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Anderson who
went to Palatka yesterday via the
Daylight Line, will return home on the
boat this evening. Tomorrow Mr. and
Mrs. Anderson and children will go to

Holder to visit Mrs. Becker for a
week.
i s
Mrs. Walter Hood is steadily 're-
covering from the effects of her ac accident.
cident. accident. ': -
Miss Ellie Tremere of Belleview
was in the city today, shopping and

visiting her friends. l

Ladies
Waists
One Lot of Waists that
are made of Voile and
Batiste. Low and High
Necks. Ail sizes. Val Values
ues Values up to $3, each
Botteii
Swiss
40 inch wide regular
price 19c per yard. On
DOLLAR DAY we will
sell this goods 8 yards
for

COTTON PLANT

Pllsse
Crepe
White and Colors, just
the material for making
coole under garments.
Special 8 yards for

&4

One lot of LADIE'S
DRESSES, made of a
good quality,
Linen,
Ralinc and
Ginghams
all colors, all sizes. Val Values
ues Values up to $6.50 each
8Ho(Q)(D
These Dresses are made
of good quality lawn and
ginghams, all colors and
white. Sizes 2 to 12 yrs.
Dollar Day, each

OTHER SPECIALS
We have many other
specials in all depart departments
ments departments at greatly reduc reduced
ed reduced prices for Dollar Day
M:-;;::''APnit':'i2lh".'::-

ConcioleiiM

2

3

Sizes 36x 72; all col colors.
ors. colors. Regular price $1.50
on Dollar Day each

1

CMMren's
Socles
Fancy Tops, W h i t e,
and Black, made of lisle
thread, 8 pairs fur

To pay visit to our
and

for extia Special;

ARRIVAL, AND DEPAItTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA

r

serving beer in the restaurants is a

direct violation of the city ordinance.

i Mr. Retzky's attorney will appeal the

case.

to 15th, with a nnal limit of April
20th, for return.
, Yours truly,
LLOYD S. TENNY, Sec. Mgr.

Baby of Future
is CciisMered
Much thought has been given in late
years to the subject of maternity. In
the cities there are

maternity hospitals
equipped with mod modern
ern modern methods. But
most women prefer
their own homes and
in the towns and vil villages,
lages, villages, must prefer
them. And since
this is true we. know
from the great many
splendid letters writ

ten on the subject that our "Mother's
Friend" is a great help' to expectant
mothers. They write of the wonderful
relief, how it seemed to allow the
muscles to expand without undue strain
and what a splendid influence it was on
the nervous system. Sch helps aa
"Mother's Friend" and the Lroader
knowledge of them should have a" helpful
Influence upon babies of the future.
, In a little book for such women thest
points are more thoroughly brought out
and a copy will be mailed to anyone who
will send lis their name and address.
"Mother's Friend" is sold In alt drug
Etores and highly recommended for its
timely usefulness. Its pafeness and the
real help It affords. Ask for it at the
store- and write us for the book. Brad Brad-field
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Atlanta, Ca.

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Kev. J is. Lay has purchased a
Ford, and is becoming proficient in

driving it. He says he doesn't know

how he ever got along without it. j
This is a free advertisement for the

Ford. Mr. Lee is the only minister in
town who has a Ford, though he diJn't

say that he was the only one could af af-Ford
Ford af-Ford it. Orlando Reporter-Star.

Better Flashlight Powder.
European scientists have devised ft
new and better flashlight powder. It
is made of peroxide of lanthanlum,
to which are added substances sim similar
ilar similar to those used in gas lamp man mantles.
tles. mantles. It ives an excellent light and
produces less than one-tenth of the
smoke and fumes which make other
powders so disagreeable and often dan dangerous
gerous dangerous to use.

Sympathy.
Sympathy with pain Is not the high highest
est highest form of sympathy. Anyone can
sympathize with the sufferings of a
friend, but it requires a very fine na nature
ture nature to sympathize with a friend's
success. Sjmpathy with joy intensi intensifies
fies intensifies the sum of joy in the world. Sym Sympathy
pathy Sympathy with pain does not really di diminish
minish diminish the amount of pain. Oscar
Wilde.

Cotton Plant, April 7. Easter has
come and gone and the weather is
much pleasanter, but we can't tell how
long it will be so.' ' -
The little folks enjoyed" an" egg
hunt Saturday afternoon in the pine
grove near D. M. Barco's residence.
Mr. D. N. Barco and little son, D.
N. Jr., of Arcadia, arrived Sunday
for a week's visit to friends and rela relatives.
tives. relatives.
Mrs. WR. O. Veal of Martel and
her granddaughter, Miss Vera Veal
of Jacksonville, called at the homes
of Mrs. C. R. and Mrs. W. E. Veal

Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Reynolds and
daughter of Ocala spent Sunday here
with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Veal.
Quite a crowd of young folks en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a stroll Sunday afternoon and
gathered violets and lilies. Later in
the evening they enjoyed a sing at the
Demonstrator McCully pass passed
ed passed through our burg Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Veal and child children
ren children and Mr. D. M. Barco and Miss
Carrie Barco were guests of Mr. and

Mrs. A. W. Woodward Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Weathers called
on Mrs. W. E. Veal and Miss Carrie
Barco last Thursday.
Friday is the day of the cemetery
working. We hope for a good crowd.
All who are interested are urged to
be present early, and prepared to
work.

Miss Mary. Callison called on friends

here Sunday afternoon.

Atlantic Coast Line
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg
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When Friendship Falls.
The more friends a man thinks he
has the greater will be hi$ disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment if he tries to prove it by putting
them to the financial test.

The True Bravery.
, There is as much true courage In en enduring
during enduring with constancy the sorrows of
the soul as in remaining steadily on
the wall of a battery. To give one oneself
self oneself up to grief without resistance, to
kill oneself in order to escape from
it, is to abandon the battlefield before
victory. Napoleon.

Arbitration.
First Director "Gentlemen, th
question is, Shall we arbitrate?" Sec Second
ond Second Director "Never! Why, if wo
submitted this dispute to arbitration,
we might have to concede something.
Life.

thousands
dollars
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It will be on
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Man is the most successful creatm
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ance, balance, but the worst thing about him
is the size of his brain, for it indi indicates
cates indicates that he has Jet himself gTow
too much in one direction. Biology
teaches us that success Is attained
by keeping the power to improve;
by going out and struggling; by not
looking around for a snap, but princi principally
pally principally by not permitting oneself to
grow into a rut.

A large shipment of Nrtris Candies

just received at the Court Pharmacy.

Nor.e better made. 19-tf

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yuie 2:2a a. m.
No.:a; Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 2:40 p. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to JacRsin JacRsin-yllle
yllle JacRsin-yllle 1:14 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka 4:10 p.
m.
No. 141, Palatka to Ocala 10:50
a. zn.

No. 49, Ocala to HDmosassa

Leaves, 2:25 p. m.

No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala--Ar

rives 1:05 p. m.

No. 35 (Sunnyjim) Ocala to Lake

land 6:40 a. m., Tuesday, Thursday

and Saturday.

No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Lakeland to

Ocala 9:50 p. m., Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday.

No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox 6: 10" a.

m., sionaay, weaireaaay ana naay.

No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala 5:45 p.

ra., Monday, weanesaay ana Friaayr

Japan's Unpaved Street.
Although most of the cities in Japaa

nave good slt.walkst modern street

paving is practically unknown In the

empire.

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:Mrs. J. lioroti, Elida, Ohio, says,

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NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the tax
assessment roll for the city of Ocala

for the year 1915 is completed as the

same will be presentedi to the 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 of said 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
made by the city tax assessor and to

correct assessments of value of prop property.
erty. property. All complaints must be made to

the city council in writing on or be
fore the date aforesaid.
This the 2nd day of April, 1915.
H. C. SISTRUNK.

City Clerk and Assessor of Taxes of

the City 01 Ocala, Florida, lit

Ladies' house dresses for $1 at

Fishel's on DOLLAR DAY. 8-3t

Sznoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

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