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TO PREVEHT 0I1E BEE PUT OVER IN US AT TALLAHASSEE
ATTEMPT TO CUT THE HORTHWEST C0RI1ER OFF OF MARIOH GOUHTY IS AGAIN IN ACTIVE
Tallahassee, April 9th, 1915.
TO THE CITIZENS OF MARION COUNTY:
Your representatives in the House beg to inform you that much
work has been done in behalf of cutting off the .western part of Marion
county and we have good reason to believe that a determined effort will
be made to put such a bill through the House, and we beg of you to fur fur-nish
nish fur-nish us with petitions and with all meritorious information and data to
combat and fight any effort toward legislation in dividing our county.
Please take notice and govern yourselves accordingly. Quick and
strong work must be done at once.
Yours to ser.ve, ,r .
W. J. CROSBY,
W. T. HENDERSON,
Representatives, Marion County.
DID NOT DELAY
The Star received the foregoing in
this morning's mail and got busy as
quick as it could grab a phone. It at
once notified President Rogers and
Secretary Rooney of the Board of
Trade, Mr. J. M. Meffert and several
other citizens. They have called a
meeting of citizens at the Board of
Trade this afternoon at 4 o'clock,
which will do all possible to head off
CRESCENT CITY SANK
THE G. A. CARMICH AEL
Silver Springs Boat is in Shallow
Water and Can Probably be
: Sayed -V
Times-Union, 10th: The Crescent,
of the Beach & Miller Line, crashed
into the sides 'cf -,tne gasoline gasoline-propelled
propelled gasoline-propelled f reighteVjS; A. Carmichael,
Capt. Fred Priest5oed by tlie Car Car-michael
michael Car-michael & Son 6oppifijr, of Ocala,
Friday morning aput o'clock on
the St. Johns riVe opposite Federal
Point, stoving in !B?de of the Car Car-michael
michael Car-michael and causing" her to, sink.
There was a heavjpfog on the river
at this hour and, it is said, that it was
impossible to distinguish lights or
signals. Immediately after the crash
the Crescent took aboard all of the
Carmichael crew arid -'then' pushed, the
sinking vessel over into shallow wa water,
ter, water, where she went to the bottom in
a depth of about seven feet. It is
said that the owners will try to sal salvage
vage salvage the boat and cargo, which will
probably not be difficult, owing to the
shallowness of the water in which the
JAX COP WANTS TO FIGHT JESS
The Metropolis relates the follow following
ing following incident of Jess Willard's stop in
"It was during the high pitch of
the excitement that Frank Lyon, the
Jacksonville policeman, gained Wil Willard's
lard's Willard's ear and challenged the new
champion. Willard promised to fight
Lyon one year hence. Lyon fought
Jess back in 1911, arid won a decision
over him in 13 rounds at Elk City,
Okla. The fight wa stopped by the
authorities. The Jacksonville 'cop 'copper'
per' 'copper' is in dead earnest in his effort to
hook on with Willard. He is 6 feet
and 4 inches in height and has a
longer reach than jyillard."
MEDAL CONTEST NO. 3
The third silver rnedai contest by
the students of Fessenden Academy
will be held at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon-
April llth,irii the A. M. E.
church, Reddick, Fla; These contests
are growing in interest; come and
bring your friends.
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I J. L. SMpiLR
At Bmoak'a Wagoa Shop.
STRIVING TOR A
Ocala Baseball Team Ready to Com Commence
mence Commence Operations
' The new uniforms for the Ocala
ball team have arrived. "They are
the same design as that worn last
year, it not being considered possible
to improve on them for. neatness and
Monday, season tickets will be put
on sale. The tickets will be $5 each,
good for twenty-four games. Our
people should buy as many as possi possible,
ble, possible, and that far insure the team its
expenses. v"r - -; v
With a veteran team and a better
diamond than ever" before, Ocala
should have the best baseball sea season
son season of its history, and will if the peo people
ple people will back up the team. V
. The boys were out for practice yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon, and plainly shew
that they are getting into full swing.
It is probable that the Gainesville
team will be here next Friday, and if
so the people must turn out in full
force to -see the game.
In-reporting the case in the record recorder's
er's recorder's court against L. J. Retzky yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, the item read that Mr. Retzky
had been sentenced to a fine of $25
and thirty days imprisonment, when
it should have been-. $25 or thirty
days, which mistake was ; probably
more annoying to the paper than Mr.
Mr. Retzky's trouble are more due
to his desire to oblige his friends
than desire to make money or break
the law. It has been a long estab established
lished established custom in Ocala for restaur restaurants
ants restaurants to send to nearby saloons for
beer for their patrons; the same be being
ing being generally an accommodation. Mr,
Retzky's little restaurant is next door
to Keating's saloon, and a good many
of its patrons ..have been much given
to asking the proprietor to obtain
beer for them and keep it in his ice icebox
box icebox until they wanted it, often late
at night, after the saloons had clos closed.
ed. closed. Mr. Retzky has made no money
out of this, and didn't suppose he
was breaking the law."
However, it is undoubtedly a vio violation
lation violation of the city ordinance, and the
police, and the recorder have only
done their duty. Mr. Retzky's attor attorney
ney attorney has appealed the case, and may
induce a jury to be lenient with his
client, but it will in future be entire
ly understood by Ocala restaurateurs
that they serve beer with meals at
their own risk.
WILL BE LAID OFF NEXT WEEK
The Pinellas Special, the de luxe
train of the Coast Line from Jack
sonville to St. Petersburg, via Dun-
nellon. will be discontinued next
week. The last southbound tain will
leave Jacksonville April 14th, and the
last northbound train will leave St.
Petersburg April 15th. Dunnellon
Fishel's give groceries free with
each dollar purchase Saturday and
See the groceries Fishel's give free
with each $1 purchase on Saturday
ard Monday. 8-3t
Fish globes. The Murray Company.
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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1915
RUSSIANS MEETING STUBBORN
RESISTANCE AND FRENCH
AND BRITISH REPULSED
Vienna, April 10. The Russian at attacks
tacks attacks in the Laborcz valley 'against
Bartfield, Hungary, have been re repulsed.
pulsed. repulsed. Strong Russian attacks
against the fortified Austrian posi positions
tions positions on the western slopes of the
Beskid range are meeting little suc success.
cess. success. The Russians are being con constantly
stantly constantly reinforced. Fighting in the
Carpathians is proceeding with ex extreme
treme extreme violence, especially around the
Uszok pass and Zervo.
BERLIN ADMITS- STRENUOUS
Berlin, April 10 Fighting between
the Meuse and Moselle rivers con
tinues with great violence. Between
the Orne river and the heights of the
Meuse, the French were defeated by
the Germans. Near Flirey and at
other points in ; the Woevre district,
French attacks are less vigorous on
account of the terrific losses inflicted
by the Germans.
In the east, Russian attacks east of
Kalvaria were repulsed with fearful
losses to the enemy. The situation in
the east" is otherwise; unchanged.
AUSTRIA WANTS NO GQOD OF
Rome, April 10. The official news
paper of the Vatican today denied the
report that Austria has asked the
good offices of the pontiff to obtain
peace for Russia.
MEETING MARION COUNTY
The last meeting for the present
school year of the Marion county Ed Educational
ucational Educational Association was held this
morning at the high school building,
with about fifteen teachers present.
An interesting program was ren
dered. The opening number was a
piano solo by Miss Gertie Peyser,
who played charmingly Liszt's "Hun "Hungarian
garian "Hungarian Rhapsody." Splendid papers
were read by Mrs. Wesson, Miss Mat
bel Beck and Miss Ethel Robinson.
Mrs. Wesson discussed methods in
geography, Miss Beck methods in
reading and Miss Robinson methods
in language. An open discussion fol
lowed in which Prof. Cassels and
Mr. A. B. Connor brought out sev several
eral several excellent points. Another enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable musical number was "The Pink
Rose," sweetly sung by Miss Musie
The Good Samaritan Army, which
has recently opened headquarters in
the city has arranged a "resting
room" on Fort King avenue for the
accommodation of women and child children
ren children visiting the city alone. Major
and Mrs. C. L. McClish are in charge.
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FEEBLE ATTEMPTS OF AUSTRIANS TO ASSUME OF OFFENSIVE
FENSIVE OFFENSIVE MET WITH OVERWHELMING FORCE
Petrograd, April 10. With all im-l
portant heights of the Beskid ranges j
taken except one, the Russian armyj
is being heavily reinfoiced for the!
nnal stages m the drive toward Hun Hungary.
gary. Hungary. Feeble Austro-German at attempts
tempts attempts to assume a counter offensive
between the Uszok and Lupkow pass passes,
es, passes, broke down under the severe Rus Russian
sian Russian fire.
Another fight has developed on the
northern edge of Suwalki, in Poland,
whene Gen. von Hindenburg.has mass massed
ed massed a heavy force of Germans, hoping
to weaken the Russian pressure
against Galicia. All seasoned Ger German
man German soldiers possible have been sent
to the Carpathians. The bulk of the
Germans now fighting in northern
Poland are reserves.
Two German aviators, have been
captured near the Vistula. Several
high German officers were killed in
the wreck of a military train. The
Russians have destroyed a German
airship in Bukowina. Cszernowitz has
been almost completely destroyed by
the .Austro-German artillery. The
hospital was burned and twenty
Austro-Germans in the Carpathians
have retreated nearly twenty miles,
suffering such enormous losses that
the Germans fear to reveal them.
SIX THOUSAND BALES
WENT UP IN SMOKE
Half a Million Dollars Worth of Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Burned in an Italian
Naples, April 10. Six thousand
bales of cotton aboard the steamship
San Guglielmo, in the harbor here,
burned last night.
LOCK HORNS NEAR LAREDO
Scrap Between Greasers Imminent at
Laredo, April 10. Villa's soldiers
are advancing against Nuevo Laredo.
The Carranza garrison went Jto San Sanchez,
chez, Sanchez, ten miles away, to give battle.
SAFETY HARBOR FOR SUBS
Kaiser's Undersea Boats Hiding in a
Nook of Norwegian Coast
Copenhagen, April 10. Norwegian
airmen scouring the Norwegian
coasts, investigating rumors that a
German submarine base was located
in some sheltered spot of these neu neutral
tral neutral waters, found several German
submarines gathered behind the cliffs
at Bergen bay. The submarines were
ordered to leave immediately or else
be interned for the remainder of the
PHYSICIANS AT THE FRONT
Americans Sacrificing Themselves in
Washington, April 10. Dr. Ernest
P. MacGruder of this city, one of the
physicians at the head of the Amer American
ican American Red Cross unit in Servia, is dead
of typhus fever. His death is reported
from Belgrade to Red Cross head headquarters
quarters headquarters here.
Dr. MaGruder is the second Am American
erican American surgeon to give hi3 life in the
campaign against typhus in Servia.
The first was Dr. Joseph F. Donnelly
of Brooklyn. Of six American sur surgeons
geons surgeons and twelve nurses who went in
the Red Cross unit to Servia only one,
Dr. G. .F. Butler, has been untouched
by the disease.
'-skuiYin, in ana see our
mer patterns and
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 on your back, or hand back your
money. That is the English Woolen Mills' method of doing business. Its
the ethod that guarantees the utmost clothes value for your money.
An Ocala Man Will Make a Long Long-Needed
Needed Long-Needed and Practical Ex- ',
Mr. -C. B. Strickland has made or
is going to make an experiment that
the Star has long wanted to see tried
out. He will place in cold storage
several crates of cabbage before the
Reason closes and leave them there
fqr a period of time, taking out a
crate in, say a month, another in six
weeks, another in two months, etc.,
and watch carefully the result and
the condition of the cabbage jtt the
different periods of storage. The
Star would like to see others make
the same experiment and give the
matter a thorough test. Cabbage
has brought good paying prices this
ceason and whether they would keep
in this climate or Florida grown cab cabbage
bage cabbage will keep at all or not, it would
not pay the growers to place their
crop in storage this season.
Imagine a season like last winter
and spring. There was the largest
crop of cabbage the state has prob probably
ably probably ever known. The market went
to pieces before the crop was more
than a third harvested and after that
the returns did not pay freight let
alone package and gathering charges
and-thousands and tens of thousands
of crates went to waste in the fields
and the stock was allowed to range
at will on them.
Not six weeks after the hogs had
eaten the last of the Florida crop,
the local merchants began paying the
wholesale houses of Jacksonville, if
we remember correctly, $3.75 per
crate for northern grown cabbage,
for people just have to have their
Suppose one of the growers who
allowed a thousand crates to spoil in
the fields had gathered and crated
them and placed them in cold storage.
At this time of the year there is
plenty of room as the meat has been
mostly taken out. If they had kept,
and the experiments will soon show
whether they would or not, this man
would have obtained fancy prices for
his cabbage and could have shipped
out in small quantities to the dealers
over the country, or could have sold
his holdings in a lump probably to
one of the Jacksonville commission
Be sure the experiment is given a
thorough trial for it is worth it.
Some of the small and medium-sized
Florida cabbage heads are as hard as
a cocoanut and they "will keep for
many weeks or we are badly mis mistaken.
taken. mistaken. The Ocala Board of Trade retains
Secretary J. D. Rooney for another
year. Rooney is a booster and a
hustler, and has given Ocala much
valuable publicity. St. Petersburg
A large shipment of Nrrris Candies
just received at the Court Pharmacy.
None better made. 19-tf
Is your telephone account paid? ad
Smoke Cuban Clvht 5c Cigar.
striKirm line oi snannv. un-ttwiare jannna ana hum-
, i x j t gr
shades in Worsteds, Cheviots, Serges and Tweeds.
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AIUES HAVE- GOMK
TISHAIID Kll ALBERT'S
Paris, April 10. The biggest
French army yet concentrated at any
given point is now massed in the Ar Ar-gonnes
gonnes Ar-gonnes and Woevre district, where,
despite terrific losses, the French are
driving repeatedly, against the Ger German
man German positions. Gen. jJoffre is per personally
sonally personally directing the furious on -slaughts
expected to cut off the Ger Germans
mans Germans at St. Mihiel.
The capture of Eparges is the hard hardest
est hardest blow yet struck at the St. Mihiel Mihiel-Metz
Metz Mihiel-Metz line of communications. It is
believed that the Germans lost 30,000
killed and wounded in the last two
days fighting in the Woevre district.
Besides infantry and artillery at attacks,
tacks, attacks, the French are hurling whole
fleets of aeroplanes into action, bom bombarding
barding bombarding the German positions.
German claims that the French as assaults
saults assaults at Woevre are weakening are
Fighting has again developed in
Belgium and "the Labasse section, In Indicating
dicating Indicating that the much talked of
"spring offensive" of the allies is un under
der under way in earnest.
ALLIES WANT ADRIANOPLE
London, April 10, The allied fleet
in the Dardanelles is now attacking
the Turkish forts on the European
Is made entirely of Jersey
milk and cream pasteurized
in our own plant. No canned
milk or corn starch" used.
Come see us. We will make
up your order before your
eyes. Will others?
QUARTS CALLED FOR
QUARTS, brick or bulk de delivered..
livered.. delivered.. gQc
HALF GALLONS, brick or
GALLONS, brick or bulk de-
Special designs for parties
and weddings, etc. Heart
center moulds, initials, Nes Nes-selrode
selrode Nes-selrode puddings, Trilby
Toni, Pistachio nut, Fruit
Punch and other fancy
creams to order.
. SUNDAY DELIVERIES
Marion Bottling &
lee Cream Co.
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MEfl BATTERIiIG mMK
side. 'It is f indicated that the allies
will attempt to seize Adrianople.
FRENCH SHIP TORPEDOED
Paris, April 10. The French sill silling
ing silling ship Chateau Briand, London for
New Y'ork, with a cargo of chalk, was
torpedoed and sunk in the English
channel off Balflour by a German sub
The crew was sav-
Mrs. Walter Hood continues to im improve.
prove. improve. Mrs. Keating is very sick.
Mrs. Crook has retumad tc her
The ingenious mind of Mr. Y. U.
Gallagher afforded a number cf hla
friends yesterday afternoon and eve evening
ning evening a jolly good time. Mr. Gallagher
owns one of the dandiest Buick road roadsters
sters roadsters in the city and ordinarily tbs
seating capacity is sufficient, but- yes yesterday
terday yesterday it was not and to sunr.our.t
the inconvenience he attached Mr. XL
F. Condon's trailer, a two-wheel cart
that holds, picnic style seven or elh.t'
passengers comfortably. Tho decli declination
nation declination for the afternoon outing was
Arden. The guests were Mrs. Z. T T-Sistrunk,
Sistrunk, T-Sistrunk, Misses Alice Bulloclr, Zlhi Zlhi-nie
nie Zlhi-nie S to vail, Hallie McClure, Mr. and'
Mrs. Albert Gerig and Mr. O. B
Howse, and at Arden they were join joined
ed joined by Mrs. J. K. Austin, Mrs. Edward
Holder, Misses Jean Austin, Eika
Clarkson in Mrs. Holder's car. At
Arden gate the "trailer" party be become
come become a trail party, for the crowd be began
gan began afoot the journey to the crsr.2
grove and rose garden, winding slowly
along the picturesque two-mila trs.il.
A light picnic lunch was relished on
the banks of the Silver Springs ran.
Enjoying the evening outing wr
Misses .Bullock, Stovall, McClure,
Eugenia Fuller, Elizabeth Hizdk,
Marguerite Porter, Annie Atkinson,
Mrs Bunyan Stephens. For two and
a hUf hours the party motored ar.i
never did the members have a jollier
time. No doubt "trailer" parties vUl
be in vogue from now on.
Mr. S. J. McCully, county demon demonstration
stration demonstration agent for the agricultur&l
department, is among the visitors in
the city today. He is returning to
his home at Berlin, after a trip thru
the southern part of the county. He
says that his class, now numbers 03
men and 123 boys, nearly all cf when
are especially interested in ths
growing of corn by scientific meth methods.
ods. methods. Mr. W. R. Fisher, the veteran trav traveling
eling traveling agent for the Hart Line, was in
town today, and paid the Star a
pleasant call. He is a staunch booster
for his world-famous lini, and his
visit to the Star was to impress, the
necessity of improving Silver Spring?,
building a trolley line and advertis advertising
ing advertising more extensively.
See the groceries Fishel's give frt
with each $1 purchase cn Saturdi7
and Monday. 8-3 1
Is your telephone account paid? ad
MADE TO MEASUH
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERYDAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGEIl & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
B. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Lea rengood Business Manager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor
' Entered at Ocr'a. Fla., pstoffice as second class matter.
One year, in advance. ..... $5.00
Six months, in advance. .... 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
On month, in advance 50
. One year- in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. 80
OLD FIRM IN NEW HANDS
The legislature adjourned Friday
afternoon until Monday morning.
Curtis Guild jr., formerly governor
of Massachusetts, later ambassador
to Russia, and one of New England's
most prominent men, is dead.
time, the state would be better off.
Suddenly a Canadian thought of a
refrain he had often heard across the
American line.' It was easy to put
in the name most obnoxious to the
allies, so he struck up, "We'll hang
Kaiser Billy on a sour apple tree.
His comrades caught on at once, and
soon the notes of one of America's
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Henry Ringling, one of the world's cm-tune war "S
has boughtraves auw rr .. v w
said that "Uixie ana ouy
most famous showmen,
property in Eustis, and will establish
. a. winter home in that pretty town.
Carranza wants the United States
to refuse admission to Huerta. Car
ranza is as much of a scoundrel as
Huerta. and lacks his force of char
Gray" have also become popular
among the British, but they haven't
yet twisted themselves around
"There'll be a hot time in the old
vote it on the statute books and go
home. That's high praise and good I j
advice, but what about the legisla-j More than twenty years ago the
tive per diem that would not be per- 1 Ocala Bottling Works was an estab-1
mitted to functionate under this pro j lished business institution in Ocala. j
gram and the oratorical fireworks j The business has gone on ever since,!
that would never be "touched off." j never closing down or shutting its ;
What's the good of a legislature j doors, and although, under several j
without reverberating eloquence and j different managements, has gone j
at least sixty days pay lor it; right on during all of those years,
Lakeland Telegram. j carrying out its mission of supplying
All the real work of the legislature I soft drinks for the thirsty of this
could be done in ten days, and if the section of the state. In those early
members were at home plowing or j days Mr. E. C. Smith, still a resi-
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sawing wooa tne remamuer oi tne (dent of Ocala, had the property, .air.
H. C. Jones came in with him later
and has had an interest in the bus business,
iness, business, as far as we remember, thru
all of its career since, though not al always
ways always its active manager. During
these years the company has seen
many other businesses -come and go,
spring up and flourish and pass away
until its founders can look back and!
its present owners can recall with
pride that there are not a great
many businesses in the city that ante antedate
date antedate the Ocala Bottling Works.
Several years ago Mr. Jones in incorporated
corporated incorporated the business and as it
since been the
agent in this territory for coca-cola,
We take pleasure in placing our facilities at your disposal, and should be
pleased to have you write or call upon us if you are contemplating opening a
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United States Senator Johnson of
Maine declares that President Wil-
. It is reported that the British and son will be re-nominated and re-
French are fishing for German sub-j elected. Mr. vvnson ims maue sums
marines with great iron nets, and mistakes, but while his administra administra-that
that administra-that they have already snared one tion has had greater problems to
of the undersea terrors near Dover, deal with than any since Lincoln's,
it has made fewer errors. The pres-
Willard's triD ud the Florida East ident has given the country the im"
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Coast, from Key West to Jackson- pression that ne is entirely unsemsn
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vilTfe was one continuous ovation. He does what ne Deiieves is rignt un:
.Tess savs he will draw the color line shrinkingly. And his administration
in future fights. has been free from scandal. The
white light of partisan criticism can
ine reason why we may hope for not find where Mr. Wilson has ever
Am- favored or allowed sacrificing the
JJCllC- uiuca o niwi ...uv... 3 w v 1
erican money that has been going to public good to the gain of himself or
Europe every summer will remain at any of his friends.
home this year.
Of all the inconsistent things in
this world, the most inconsistent is
the German complaint against Am America
erica America for selling arms and ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition to the Allies. Germany has done
more business in these commodities
than anv other two nations put to
gether. In two great wars, the
Crimean and the Japanese, the Rus Russians
sians Russians drew most of their ammunition
from Germany. In the Russo-Turkish j then was and has
wnr thP war with Greece in 1897 1 agent in this territ
and the Balkan war, the Turks drew incorporated under the name of the
nil thir arms and ammunition from Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works.
Oprmanv. and manv smaller nations Something over a year ago he sold
have been similarly supplied. War most of the stock to Mr. T. H. Ben
is wicked, and it is terrible for the nett of Hawkmsville, Ga., and his as
young men of the Fatherland to be
blown to pieces by American shells.
but the Germans had no considera
tion for British and French, Rus Russians
sians Russians and Japs, Greeks, Serbs and
Bulgars, who have been killed or
maimed in thousands in past years
by guns forged at Essen. The dam damnable
nable damnable efficiency of destruction has
been nowhere so highly developed as
in Germany, and if this war causes
sociates and retired from the man
agement of the business. Mr. Ben Bennett
nett Bennett has conducted the business in a
business-like manner, added to the
friends and customers that Mr. Jones
made and kept most of the old ones,
but Mr. Bennett's health was failing
him and he had to get into the open
He has sold the business to some
young men who come to us with ex
F. Hopkinson Smith, the. noted au au-thor,
thor, au-thor, died at his home in New York
.Thursday night, aged 74 years
While Smith is principally noted as
an author, he was an artist of talent
and an engineer of much skill. The
foundation for the statue of Liberty
in New York harbor is his work.
YOU will find several unusual values at
store for this great event. You will
find a great many values for the entire we el
beginning Monday, April 12th.
. In its issue of April 8, the West
. Palm Beach Daily News credits three
pertinent and well written para paragraphs
graphs paragraphs to the Star. The said par paragraphs
agraphs paragraphs express our sentiments, but
we ,did not write them. They should
be credited to our esteemed contem contem-:
: contem-: porary the Banner, y
The Star is not surprised -at the
renewed attempt to cut a corner off
Marion county. The people of North Northwest
west Northwest Marion have their grievances,
and the rest of the county has not
tried as hard as it might to remove
. the causes of trouble.. All the same,
..the Star thinks too much of the good
people of that valuable section of
our shire to let them go without do doing
ing doing all in its power to prevent.
. In the trenches in Flanders a few
nights ago, the British soldiers were,
as usual, singing to while-away the
tiresome hours. The boys had sung
everything they knew, and were rest
ing a bit before starting over again.
Dr. Harvey says it is not danger dangerous
ous dangerous to kiss a lady on the cheek. We
don't know how it is in Dr. Harvey's
home town, but any man who goes
along one of the streets of Ocala,
kissing every lady he meets on the
cheek, will soon be in the Marion
County Hospital. And we can't un
derstand why Dr. Harvey or any
other man wants to kiss a lady on
the cheek anyhow.
It is reported from Europe that
Germany, being much discontented
with the showing Austria has made
during the war, is trying to sacrifice
that country to Italy and Russia.
The plan is to largely sacrifice Aus Austrian
trian Austrian territory to Russia, Serbia,
Roumania and Italy in order to pla placate
cate placate them. Germany will also give
up some East Prussian territory, to
help make the buffer state of Poland
between Germany and Russia.' The
Germans will recoup themselves by
taking Bohemia and the German pro
vinces of Austria, and will also re retain
tain retain Belgium. This arrangement will
eliminate Austria from the family of
nations, and tho the dual monarchy
has been unlucky on the battlefield it
is probably strong enough to put the
kibosh on any such a scheme.
perience and vigor, the health
the Germans to turn their gunshops strength and financial backing to
into plow factories, there will be a make the fortunes of the Ocala Coca-
great decrease in human misery. An- oia mottling woncs num.
rthor ihincr is. that if the sea was These young men who are now m
o I m l l I
open to the Germans, they would be charge, the lormai iransier oi tne y
Win o- from America as extensively business having been made a few Y
J I . TT T T.l r
as the allies are. ays since are ir- n- emm OA
Albany, Ga., the president and man manager
ager manager of the company. He is a cousin
of the late William Dehon of this
county and St. Petersburg, 'has a
Governor Park Trammell in his L young wile ana two cnnaren, who
I .m 1 t 1 il T
rprommpndations to the legislature will shortly join mm to mane ineir
covered in his lengthy and compre- home in Ocala. Mr. N. T. Mitchell,
hensive message the establishing of also a young man from Albany, as
a state marketing commission along well as tne vice president ana ecre
the same lines as laid out by the Ma- tary-terasurer, Mr. E. H. Kalmon,
rion Countv Board of Trade, which who will continue to reside m Albany,
. .. . . i ? i
hodv has drafted its bill and sent it making the plant an occasional visit.
- ... I rr-,1 f 1 fi ,J : 1
widesDread over the state and will mis corps oi expenenceu bun unu
Special No. 1
Ladies' Muslin Night Gowns
These are Trimmed with Embroidery
and would be a fair 49c value, on
DOLLAR DAY, 4 for
Special No. 3
Ladies' Street Dresses
Made very stylish to resemble Crepe
Materials, a good $1.30 value, DOL DOLLAR
LAR DOLLAR DAY only
The Ocala Star thinks so highly
of Governor TrammelPs message that
it advises the legislature to simply
have it introduced in the legislature
in the next few days.
STRIVING FOR HIS SECTION
Mr. Paul H. Nisle, the able and in
dustrious editor of the Dunnellon
Advocate, on his recent visit to
Ocala, went before the board of com commissioners"
missioners" commissioners" and secured recognition
for his paper frojn that body.
Mr. Nisle is doing good work for
his town, keeping up a very neat and
newsy paper, in which he steadily
hoosts for his community and sec-
bottlers expect to make business
grow and the machinery of their plant
to hum during the warm weather
now approaching. The strong com competition
petition competition that now confronts them does
not daunt them one whit, and they
expect to put out more of the drink
that has made Mr. Candler both rich
and famous, than was ever bottled be before
fore before in this section.
Mr. Bennett had recently almost
rebuilt the machinery of the plant,
putting in as modern and as econom economical
ical economical an outfit as money could buy.
four up-to-date bottling
hoc not hPPn disheartened
A V A. A M t-r vw mvw-- I
... j xt. i machines, a Miller rinser and con-
Dy tne snuiung aown ojl uie yuu-
nU.inoTinnnpllnr.'s rhif indus- veyor that washes the bottles, takes
I,, , xv, 1 4,
Z i ll. lrant I LIlCUl UTUUI1U Oil it UCit W U'C "OIIUO
try owing vu uic wai, uu. ,
Mrur to its usual standard. rf the bottlers and brings the filled
r I i 1 1 1 i t,:
and never passes up an opportunity ieS away, uuK
to print an encouraging paragraph, ciunc uiai inorougaiy w. u
io w,MoauraVB to the nfrrirnltiiral es in a OUU-gauon auiuuuu wj. wuaut
resources of the country around his soda, heated, if necessary; a big elec elec-town,
town, elec-town, and is assiduous in gathering trie water filterer purifier and soft-
ener, tnrougn wnicn an oi uie water
all news that goes to
very tangible theory.
w w w w ypw W W
In all shades. No imitation.
Double faced, taped seams, and
SPECIAL FOR 10 DAYS
J L O
Special No. 2
Chambray House Dresses
Ladies Chambray House Dresses Dresses-Made
Made Dresses-Made up like a street Dress aYid
would be a good value at 89c, on
DOLLAR DAY 2 for
Special No. 4
Yd.-Wide Bleached Siieetina
Yard-Wide Bleached Sheeting, soft
finish, and a usual )c yard seller, on
. DOLLAR DAY, 17 yards for
Special for Entire W eek
LOOK WHAT 10c PER YARD WILL BUY
GARBADINES, in colors 'WHITE PLISSE
PEIDMONT MADRAS,-in colors
Nearly everything mentioned above is worth double the price
DIANNA CREPES, in colors
LOOK WHAT 15c PER YARD WILL BU Y
WHITE MADRAS SNOW FLAKE VOILES, in colors
WHITE SATIN STRIPES EMBROIDERED MARQUISETTE
MADRAS, in colors
PONGEE, in colors.
Everything mentioned at this price is worth 25c or more peryard.
F'R A. N IL
"WHERE YOU WILL BE TREATED RIGHT OCALA, FLORIDA.
Only two to a Customer
Genuime Palm Beach
Felt Bottom Shoes to
tm U'!.myw.LJ w.Lliiub l
J. Malever, Prop.
that goes into the bottles first passes
before being carbonized.
All of the machinery is operated
by electric motors, the entire room
is of brick with clean white walls,
the entrances are screened and the
syrup room is screened to itself.
Purity and cleanliness is paramount
and will always be first in the plant.
There are now two White autos
used in the delivery service and an
other big truck will soon be secured
with a powerful motor. With these
the nearby deliveries and gathering
of empty cases and bottles will be
made. Regular daily trips will be
made to the territory and prompt ser service
vice service is assured to the "selling force."
Messrs. Dehon and Mitchell wil
keep all of the present employes, al
of whom are efficient, skilled men
and some have been with the business
for many years.
The Star wishes the young men al
success and believes there is plenty
of business here for them as well as
for all engaged in the business.
The Agatheridan Society held its
regular meeting Friday afternoon.
After the minutes had been read and
approved, the following program was
Subject, Bird Life of Florida.
Song by the school.
Essay, "The Enormous Number of
Birds in Florida" Ruth Rentz.
Essay, "Bird Refuges in Florida"
Recitation by Portia Lee Spencer.
Essay, "Legislation Needed for
Protection of Florida Birds" Myeth
Essay, "The Florida Quail" Mar Marion
ion Marion Long.
As this was the afternoon for the
election, nominations were made and
the following elected:
President, James Hill.
Vice President, Alfred MacKay.
Secretary, Martha Kate Rentz.
Sergeant-at-Arms, A. Crago."
Sergeant-at-Arms, D. Osborn.
After the reports of the critics,
there being no further business to
come before the house, the society ad adjourned
journed adjourned to meet again April 26.
Is your telephone account paid? ad
THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
Fifth Judicial Ctreult of the Slate
of Florida, In and for Marlon Coun CountyIn
tyIn CountyIn Chancery.
John IT. Taylor and John IL, Taylor,
Doing Business as Ocala Manufacturing-
Company, Complainant, vs.
Peter Bogurdus, et al.. Defendants.
Suit to Quiet Title.
It appearing' from the affidavit and
the sworn bill of the complainant in
the above styled cause that he believes
that there are persons Interested 4n the
property involved in such suit other
than the known defendants, whose
names are unknown .to Him. and the
said complainant therein praying for
relief against .such unknown defend defendants,
ants, defendants, It is therefore ordered that all
parties claiming an interest in the fol following
lowing following described property, situate in
Marion coainty, Florida, tw-Tvlt:
N of rieX of neVi sec 22. tp 16 s.
r 23 e;
Com at nw corner of neU of nw'i
of sec 23, tp 16 s. r 23 e, east S90 ft, a
264 ft, e 165 ft, a 342 ft, w 3155 ft, n
Com 606 ft s of nw corner of neVi
of nvrli of sec 23 tp 16 s r 23 e, e 1005
ft. B 429 ft, w 1005 ft. n 429 ft to p o b;
SeM of se4, sec 24 tp 16. r 23 e;
KVi of se4. sec 21. tp 16 s, r 24 e;
Xe U sec 2. tp 17 s. r 24 e;
SMs of seli of swi, sec 2, tp 17 s,
r 24 e;
Sell of sell, sec 22. tp 16 s, r 24 e;
SeU of sw,i; s-wi of sevi, sec
16 s. r 24 e;
. SwU of sei
tp 16 s, r 24 e;
Swi; of inw4, sec 26, t 16 s. r 24 e;
SwU. sec 26. tp 16 s, r 24 e:
Ne1.;. sec 29. tp 16 s, r 24 e;
Com 8.82 chs s of ne corner of swU
of seH. of sec 31. tp 16 s, r 24 e, w 20
ens. 7.87 ch-s. e 20 chs. n 7.87 chs;
SeU of sw4. sec 34. tp 16 s. r 24 e;
SwU of ne1; of sw1;, ec 34. tp 16 s.
r 24 e;
Nw1; of seU. sec 25. tp IS s r 24 e:
NwVi of swV;. sec 13, tp 17 s. r 24 e:
Com at ne corner of seU of nw1; of
sec 14. tp 17 s, r 24 e, s 120 rod?, w 80
rod., s 10 rods, w 32 rods, s 1.68 rods,
w 22.88 rods, n 51.68 rods, e 54.88 rods,
n 15 rods, e 38 4 rods, n 25 rods, e lVs
rods. n. 28 degrees, e 56.75 rods, e 13 3-8
rods to pob;
Com at se corner of ne1.; of sw1 ot
sec 14, tp 17 a, r 24 e, w 40 chs. n 20
chs. e 6.28 chs, s 12.92 ch. e 5.72 chs.
n 42 links, e 8 chs. n 2.50 chs. e 20 chs,
8 10 chs to p o b:
- Com 13 3-8 rods e of nw corner of
seli of nw1; of sec 14. tp 17 s. r 24 e,
southeasterly to center of seU of nw1;.
northeasterly to pt 13 3-8 rod w- of
northeast corner of ee of mvu. w
53 1-8 rods to poo;
NeU of nwU, sec 14, tp i
west of river, sec
for twelve consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Kvening ;tar, a newspaper pub published
lished published in the county of Marion, state of
WITNESS the Honorable AN. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Judge of the r-aid court and I. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the eal thereof, at
Ocala. Marion county, Florida, this the
13th day of March, A. I. lf15.
(Ct. Ct. Seal) P. H. NUOKNT.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion County.
Florida. By M. F. (loddard. 1. C.
I W. DUVAL. 3 -13 -.-at
Solicitor for Complainant.
IX THE CIRCUIT' COURT- OF THE J
Fifth Judicial Circuit nt i ioridn,
Morion County In Chancery.
To Peter Bogardu. Jacob C. Goeble, A.
J. Sutton. Addie R. Bowls. Fd. N.
Dickersor Trustee,. Mattie Grundy,
Bessie Allen, George B. Finch, j
James Mcintosh, V. 1. Clark, Geo.
W. Andrews, Bhoda Newman, John
A. Graham, R. V. rendarvi., W. .A.
Willard. C. W. Willard, Edward
Elder, George C. Ingram, Edward
week for eight consecutive weeks in
the Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable V,, B. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of said court ni P. II.
Nugent, clerk, and the eal thereof, at
Ocala. Marion county, Florida, thi the
13th day of March. A. D. 1ft 15.
(Clerk's S-al) P. 11. NUGENT.
Cl-rk Circuit Court Marion Count)',
Florida. Bv M. IZ. God. lard, I. C.
W. DUVAL J-I3-?ai
oiicitor for Complainant.
I THF CIRCUIT COIItT OF TIIS
Fifth Jiidirlal fir-U af tfc Stat
of Florida, ia find for MsrSaa
Count 7, lit Cbanrery.
John Jf. Taylor and John 1 1. Taylor,
. -mm M
Doing Bu.-inf-?s as Ocaia Manuiac Manuiac-turing
turing Manuiac-turing Company, Complainant. v.
Albert W. Crafts, et al., Defend Defendants
ants Defendants Suit to Quiet Title
It appearing from the affidavit and
th sworn bill of th complainant In
tiie above styled cause that he believes
that there are pers'rn!ntrsted in
rnp projrty H n voTTfcTF" 'trrVf uc h suit
other than the known dtTendants,
1 who;re names are unknown to him,
R-oot, Mattie F. Wright. Barton
West Henry West, W. H. Roberts, ana lue saia compiamant insrcn pi)-
ir.g for relief against uch unknot a
Jane E. West. Laura J. Holcomb, I nfendant s. it is therefore ordered that
. ,r 1 T T,. j a!! parties claiming an interest in the
Kate Henderson, John following described property, gituate
NwU of neU. sec 14, tp 17 s. r 24 e;
W1 of sw1; of swU of neU. sec 14,
tp 17 s r 24 e: ....
Se1; of neU; eH of swli'of neU, sec
14. tp 17 s, r 24 e;
SwU of swU, c 14. tp 1 t 21 e;
W1 of tvwj4. eec 14, tp b r 21 e;
NeU of neU, sec 14. tp 17 s, r
NwU of nw1;. sec 28. tp 1 s, rJZ e;
SeU of neU, sec 23. tp 17 s. r 2 e :
are required to appear to the b.ll or
complaint filed against them on or be before
fore before the
7th Day of Jaar, A. D. 1015
the same ling a rule day; that this
order shall be published once each week
Charles Harve, Annie Simp-on,
Nelson S. Rogers, George W. Bosr Bosr-ers,
ers, Bosr-ers, W. G. Albro, Kmily M. Allen.
Henry lL Newman, Georgia"" W.
Stieff, F. Q. Brown, Trustee.
It appearing from an affidavit filed in
this court this dav in a s alt commenc-
o.l v.v InHn If Tavlnr ami John H. Tav-
lor doing business as Ocala Manufac- j
turin"- Comtianv against you and
others, that your respective places
residence are unknown to complainant,
the affiant: that you and earn of you
are over the age of twenty-one years:
and that there 1.- no p-r-on in the
state of Florida service of s-ubpoena
upon whom would bind you or either
Now, therefore, you and e si of you
are commanded to appear before thi--honorable
Monday, 3Iy 17th. A. I. 1IH.T.
to answer to a bill of cornplaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you in the s-ald court
by John H. Taylor and John H. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor doing buines as Ocain Manufac Manufacturing
turing Manufacturing Company, and to do further and
receive what the sa!d court .hali have
considered! in that behalf. otnerwise
the complainant will proceed ex parte.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order shall be published once a
in .Marion county, loriaa. to-wu.
f:v of nfU: vv of neU: nff'i of
N 1 ', of nl'z arid
of s w J,i :
nw U of eU.
7 south, range
f.e'I of neu. section
2Z. town -hip 17 south, range 24 east.
and w vi
section, 24, township 1
- '2 n ue -4 ui nw -4
neU or nwu.
rane 24 east
NwU of n
ne of i
iown.-i hip IV
NeU of seU of nw1.: 5U
and sw4 of seU. section 27,
1. south, ran?e east.
NwU of swU. section 2f.
17 south, rnnsre 2 4 east.
Sw1 of swU. section 21,
;outh. range 2 east.
l2 of e'i of seU of seU. section
34. towns-hip 17 south, range 24 ea?t.
NwU of neU : n 5 of nwU: seU
swU; 11 1 n',j of sell, e-ctjon ZZ.
to-Ar.-hip 17 south, range 24 east.
Are hereby reiiu!rd to appear to
th" bill of complaint filed against them
on r i-efore the
dnl Day of .May, A. D. 191,
f-ng a rule
ordf-r sliall be published once each
J pUbliF "P.
St-M- of Floi
la Vmlij. Wk.
lr. Bualir P.
pr A Ma. (a- I
Ktoa. Lvnt f
M 11 1
H U U
urtth re a on tu muiirm carrf x rr
mATtTtiMlng latcrwtA Rfirtoc frm
cilnt. Phone CTTl.
wirek for twelve consecutive weeks in
I the Oca'i Kvening Star, a newspaper-
.5 ?! th- '.;unty or .'.larioru
1 Witness th Honorable vv I;ul-
l.-r-W. jivl-e of the s,b court and l
I H. Nu-ent. clt-rk. and the "eal thereof.
1 it O-itn ..flnn ilt illllV. Florida. thlS
the :b da' of February, A. T. ISIS.
1 Clerk's V. NFGKNT,
Cb-rk MT-v-.t:: Nniri. Marion County
11, r idi
M. II Goddard, D. C.
t. v. i-rv vi.,
vo-'-.-ii-'T far Complainant. 2 6-l3t-jit
ADYERTISHIG COLIPAIIY, E'.C
Xatf Bl2. SoxiiJPvsrrUl-T TLSt
All vatletles of seed corn; al;
U-t utv.! yorphv-ni, r.o-.v in r.vA f.
bv the Ocala Seed Store.
OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, APRIL 10. 1915
X. : J'jr ) L im.
rrr-i,srr,r'T--- n t?ti
Is rapidly .drawing to a 'close, and now is the time to get busy
Iceurnig-Tour ballot.?. Tell your friends to do their trading here
and Have the voting. coupons for you. We have arranged to issue
trading coupon book's far use in the contest. These books may be
had from l') cents .upward, good for the amount paid at any future
date. on everything i til. Votes are issued to the full amount of
these boohs when purchased." If your supporters are not now in posi position
tion position to me the goods, they can help you anyway by buying these
coupon book:; and using them for future purchasing.
The r tar; din of the contestants .at; the close of the count on
Wednesday, April 7th, was as follows !for the five leading candi candi-dates
dates candi-dates for the pretty Juvenile Automobile:
0URE FOR THE INFATUATED
Revision of Commandment Should
Read, "Covet Not the Wife of
.Thy Neighbor Who Shoots."
ANNUAL MEETING OF
GROWERS AND SHIPPERS
To the.Memhets of the
cr.- ana Shippers League:
The annual meeting of the league
A man possessed of a very charm- has teen
Wednesday, April ;
ing wife recently moved into a bouse mh, at the Tampa Bay Ca?ino, Tam-;
near the outskirts of the city. Tne .pa- This comes during the annual
1 couple were very much pleased with c.eetir r. cf tve Florida State Ilorti-
neighbors. The only drawback can!:.r work.- In the evening!
that before tney naa uvea uieie ... tua c ;
general policy of the league. Three
members of the executive committee
! will' be elected to take the place cf Z.
j the neighborhood and were soon en c;jlturai Qoc;etv. The afternoon ol
Intimate terms with most of their - (!tvoted entirely tc
neignoors. me om utt ri rorv.. In the eve
that before bad Hved, here ; of the
long the husband saw that tne loru
Jof the next door house was showing flaa.-r:.... o in- jcuc,
cvtnmc nf heinz infatuated "ether with other discussion on
1 marked symptoms of being infatua
with the new arrival's wife. His at attentions
tentions attentions were as odious to the wife
as they were to the husband, but
! neither desired to create a disturb- ;C chnrnbli??, Ocala; Dr. J. II. Ross,
ance and nothing was said. Even the j
j Floreree Villa
V. Moore, Mi-
! wife of tne secona nusoaua a vho terms c.f 0fflce expire at
of the desire or ner lesser uau fh t : Wfl ,.,rf prv pmbpr
near his neighbor's wife as much as i ;
The fallowing hotel rates have been
J. T. Clay ton, Jr.. ...
Harmon Peebles... .
Willie Moore, Jr. -Torncy
possible, but she, thinking that the
others had not noticed it, kept quiet.
' lr, rmr,ntVU' nn thp SUr-
fnP hut there was an undercurrent,
which boded no good for any one
caught there, until the Fourth of July.
Then the first husband put into ac action
tion action a plan he had evolved. He in invited
vited invited his next-door neighbors to pic picnic
nic picnic with him and his wife, and they
accepted. After the dinner the first
husband made the casual remark that
he had not had a chance to practice
pistol shooting since he had moved
to the city, and proposed a little
shooting match. When he drew nis
gun the second husband began to be
The polls will close promptly at 12 o'clock, noon, Friday, April lGth
and the result will be announced at A j. m. Be sure all your votes
4ire in on time.
t' 1 n
J U if
1 JT JO.
As a special inducement on Dollar
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 tor this day ONLY
.MONDAY APRIL 12th. All other
days the regular rates on coupons
prevail. Here's your chance to make
a big showing.
Tell your friends to get ..their SPRING SUITS here, as we have a
splendid -line to select from. Oar PALM BEACH SUITS, SHOES
and SOCKS t'nd PANAMA HATS are beauties and the prices will as. -tonish
you. Ar:.k about them.
afraid that he had suspected some- 2pth, for return.
thing, but the first husband mereu
adjusted a target and sent five shots
within an Inch of the bull's eye. Then
he passed the gun to his wife and she
almost duplicated the performance.
Neither of their neighbors were able
to hit the target. The first husband
calmly proceeded to toss up some
wooden plates and broke four out of
five. His wife was not so sure and
broke only three out of the five, and
each apologized for the other not do doing
ing doing -any- better by stating that they
were badly out of practice.
"Where did you learn to do all of
that shooting?" the neighbor asked.
"O we just practiced when we lived
in the country," the husband of the
attractive wife replied. "You see, my
wife had to be prepared to guard
herself against tramps and other un undesirables
desirables undesirables who might bother her
when I was away. She got so in the
habit of having her revolver near her
that she still keeps It around since
she has moved to town. We really
should have done better, and could
with a little more practice."
Neighbors say that the second hus husband
band husband is becoming more devoted every
dayto his own wife. Youngstown
Tampa Bay Hotel, American, $4-S5.
Hillftbero Hotel, European, (2 in a
Bay view Hotel, European, $1.50,
Tremont Hotel, European, (2 in a
DeSoto Hotel, American, $3-$3.50.
The Arlington, European, $.73.
The railroads are going to give a
rate cf one fare plus 25 cents for the
round trip. Tickets on sale April 12th
to loth, .with a final limit of, April
LLOYD S. TEN NY, Sec Mgr.
1 Oil SALE
One of the most desirable 'iots in
North Oca'a. Will take as part pay payment
ment payment 1 horse and buggy. Animal
"must be young and perfectly gentle
so that any lady can drive in perfect
safety r Apply W. H. McConn. Mon.
Wed. Thur. lm.
iv fin 1 imp li HIT I N ii3P
r ( Si;-; i "-J
Ocala, Florida, April 1, 1915.
In order to make it easier for our customers to settle their telephone ac accounts
counts accounts promptly, we have decided, effective today, to recede, for the present,
from our rule requiring payment for service quarterly in advance, and instead
collect for service MONTHLY in advance. We shall, however, insist on
prompt payments by tne month. Unless payment is made at
THE OFFiCF OF THE CQMPflHY BEFORE Hth HAY OF-HONTH
service will be discontinued without further notice. We are trying to help
you, won't you be prompt and help us ?
OCALA TELEPHONE COMPANY
BY J. P. PHILLIPS, Manager.
BUSINESS FOR SALE j v
A splendid mercantile business, in- i X
eluding groceries, furniture, drygoods, ,K
etc., in large country town, w ith fine
surrounding territory, for sale at' a j That
bargain. WTilI invoice about $5,000, j A
but can be reduced if party does not J.
Best Think Softly.
. "If blue or depressed, think of a
pretty 'girl or something equally as
pleasant,"-advises a doctor. H'm. In
the case of a marr'od man it would be
be?t for hi tp. not to do his thinking
out IoykL -PhUurH' i h S3 tnquirir.
want to invest that much. Did $28,- .J.
000 business last year. Owner's
health is failing and must get out. If j
? To a Person Who Prides
Himselt on Bis Appearance
v Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply- that ne ne-?
? ne-? cessity is Our Business
I Ocala Steam LaimSlFy
interested, call on or write the Ocala
Y 402-404 S. Main Street
OCt., I LOUIDA
NOTHING SO tiuui)
FOR A COUGH OR COLD
When you have a cold you want the j
best medicine obtainable so as to get
rid of it with the least possible delay. pfnC SteaUlCrS
There are many who .consider Cham- ;
berlam s Cough Remedy unsurpassed.
;Mrs. J. Boroff, Elida, Ohio, says,'
iver suite uiy uauiuci ivuui
cured of a severe cold and cough by
I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy two
Go--North By Sea
Notice is hereby given that the tax j vears a0 i have felt kindly disposed
aSes?rnent roil tor the City Cf Ucala I tnu-nrrl tViP mnnnfnrtnrprs of that
preparation I know of nothing so
S S i I H ll.tA III
liLii -iliiiK Wlirtl lit
West oi Courlhouse
Tiie aiangen?cnt' of SR. 'McCLANE
..: McAUcal SurisicEK Hydropathic ;,
a Hid. 'Electric lRstitui:
Annotuices the v moving 01 .the Institute
ollicesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxlers stands.
Larger Quitrcir Mote I I'quipped and vvlU be Iiun
Strictly Upon Klhical tioes
HOURS'' 9 A; 'M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 335
War Talk Kills This Dog.
A' prize police or army dog, owned
by-C. C. Sunstrum of this city, killed
itrelf recently, says a Geneva dispatch
to the New York Sun. Mr. Sunstrum,
an athlete, had carefully trained-his
dog since It was a puppy. Of late Mr.
Sunstrum has talked frequently of re returning
turning returning to Germany, and he discussed
the prospect of war frequently with
companions and others. Sunstrum. de declares
clares declares the dbg took particular interest
in the talk, showing it by his move
ments and the manner in which he
would cling to his master.
; When the dog evinced this interest
Mr! Sunstrum would frequently de declare
clare declare he would come back ahd get the
dog after the war in case he left thi3
country. The other- night he left
the pet tied with a chain on a porch
at his home.
When he returned late in the eve evening
ning evening he found the dog had jumped over
the railing of the porch, and the chain
had drawn the collar about his neck
and strangled him. Friends of the
owner" believe the dog thought it had
lost its master and ended its life.
for the year 11)15 is completed as the
same will be presented to the city
council of the said city.
The f-aid tax roll will be open for
inspection during office hours at the
city clerk's office from this date until
the 2nd Tueydqy in April, being the
13th day of paid 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 a.-.sessments cf value of prop property.
erty. property. All complaints must be made to
the city council in writing on or be before
fore before the date aforesaid.
This the 2nd day of April, 1915. 1915.-II.
II. 1915.-II. C. SISTRUNK,
Citv Clerk and Assessor of Taxes of
- the Citv of Ocala, Florida, lit
JACKSONVILLE TO BALTIMORE
r FIRST-CLASS FARES
quick to relieve a cough or cure a
cold. lor sale by all dealers. Adv.
Fishel's give groceries Tree with
each dollar purchase Saturday and
Dollar Day at Fished Monday. 3t
CHOICE OF S TOURIST MilS
- NORTH and N O HTH WEST, V
"DIXIE FLY EK," "DIXIE LIMITED", "SEMINOLE LIMITED,' "SOUTH
ATLANTIC LIMITED,"' -"MONTGOMERY ROUTE."
wiS-Y.l-Uni) ItAILIlOAP OF T1IM SOUTH
""Tullman cars Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville,
Indianapolis, Cleveland and intermediate points.
- DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
For tickets and information call on Atlantic ,C ine Ticket Agent, of
A. W.TKITOT, D. P. A... J. G. KIRKLAND, U. r. A.t
Very Nobly Done,
"Bertie, dear boy, I can't enlist. I'm
getting married," announced Clifford,
"Married!" echoed Clifford's pal, la
rather rude amazement. "Who ever
"Little Miss Eardrop."
"Why, you've only known her a
"Yes, but, Bertie, I saved her lif
"How?" inquired the other suspi suspiciously.
"We were on the beach recalled
Clifford, dramatically. "She was bath bathing.
ing. bathing. A great wave came and knocked
"She came up once, went down
again. Then I pulled myself together,
and. with a mighty effort
"Screamed for help, Bertie!" An Answers.
WILBUR W- C STillTH
Funeral Direr to? and
T. C. Jun!n 81 Co.
219 VF.ST BROADWAY
Smoke Cuban Club. 5c Cigar
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
Baltimore . $20.00
Washington . 20.00
New York... ... .... 24.40
Buffalo . ....
. . $27.CQ
LIUOX-l)UXX MASONIC liODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodgfe Tvo. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN ST AJl
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall.the second and
fourth .Thursday evenings of each
month at 7 so o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE AO. 'JSC, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth 'Buesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Willi m3, E. R.
L. WT. Harley, Secretary. Ad
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALb
Restaurant witli Moderate prices
; Room Without Bath S1.C0
Running Wat er in Every Room in the House
r.LELTiOC SCLEVATOIt SERVICE
u t mi
PHONES IN ALL ROCtM?)
$ iVS. I f
l-l f i
The '.only Hotel on the Square
I ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF
Try a Star Want Ad. They bring results.
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 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.
(Made iri Marion County,
-Florida, '.U.S. A.)
22c PER-POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice cx Packing Co
LOVALi OF.PEIt OF MOUSE
A SLUGGISH LIVER
Let your liver get torpid and you
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. King's
New Life Pills. Fine for the stomach,
too. Stop the dizziness, constipation,
biliousness and indigestion. Clear the
blood. Only 25c at your druggist. Ad.
Tues, Thurs Fri.
The most satisfying box of candy,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Stores only. 22-tf.
Send Us Your
Bos if t Plate
T ru-- i !,
Of All Kiml
All Hard Woods.
I'Mtnps for all
For lloaS Work at all
Ocala Lodge No. 6'jy, L. O. M
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. na
Visiting brethern always welcome to
the lodge and club house on Mag
nolia street, near postofnoc.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A varm wel
come always extended to visitin?
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGH,". U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Yonge s Hal
cn the second Thursday evening- o
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M
Cha3. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fo-t King Camp No. 14 meets a
the K. of P. Hall, at 7:30 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K; Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on steamer. Sailings for
Raltimore, Wednesday and Saturday, for Philadelphia Thursday and Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. F6r tickets and other information, call on or address
'MERCHANTS & MISERS TRANSPORTATION CO."
Wife SttsiF Mie'
Teams For Rent Liflli! and Heavy Iluulinrj
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Suerior to Plastet
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
COLL1EE BMOS., ; Proprietors.
V V JT
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Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m at
CastVe Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Cbarles Goddard, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. IL S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake BroTi Secretary.
" The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pvthian 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
'yo Wa fill je2 I -"'I1 "Hv V
oq pjo ia iitr' rtlll P' i ; t?: CO. 7 ii-?wci. a?
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Put Your Ad. in tiie ;2z
OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1913
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PESSENOlaN ACAOKMY gm&
(Written by a visitor who recently accompanied the Board of Public Instruction on an inspection tour.)
I wish that every citizen of oar
city and county could have been pres-;el Q cieanliness, where the younger
ent with the members, of the school jgir3 are taught how to begin life to
board that visited and inspected this make good servants and grow up use-
. ... i iful women that can help an honest
institution recently. AUl , f urtm
. . i-T man to make a good and happy home,
The institution was founded 17 teachmg all kinds of sewing, cutting,
years ago and has been under Prof, j fltting, darning, and patching as well
Joseph Wiley's guiding hand since j ag to make baskets and whisk brooms,
that time. Fessenden was begun in aj.many fancy stitches, embroidery and
meager way and as it grew and dem- j other Work"all of which are lessons of
onstrated its worth and merit it was I usefuinesg.
backed by friends, A. M. A. and Ma-j A number of the buildings of the
rion County School Board, who wise-r erected by the students,
ly listened to the plans of Prof Wilcyj economizin& while giving them
and aided in the development of the : tical lessons cf construction,
school; until today Fessenden stands ,y
forth a monument of industrial and I Every student having a room in one
agricultural usefulness and uplift to of the school buildings is required to
the Negro race, led only by the Tus-jkeep it neat and tidy. Sanitation is
keege Institute. one of the most important lessons
Prof. Wiley has surrounded himself taught throughout every department
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Mr. Grantham, who evidenced his;
pride as a member of-, the school!
board in the work being done at this;
school. Then before he could be pre-
sented Mr. Scott made an impressive!
short talk followed by Secretary!
Rooney who spoke on one of the most j
important features of the history of1
the institution which he had learned
from Prof. Wiley, who on April 30th,
would be at Fessenden 17 years and j
during all that period no case of im-1
morality had ever occurred on thej
campus. He followed up this topic ;
A J? THE
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As the Public in this section well knows, we always
have exceptional values hi all our lines. However for
DOLLAR DAY, APRIL 12th
we have made the following Specials. Don't let them slip by you.
Two Boy's WTash Suits, in all colors and style, sizes
from 3 to 8 years, regular 75 cent val- ff
ues on DOLLAR DAY for P A UU
Three Children's Dresses with bloomers, sizes 2- to
8 years, special on Dollar Day $1 00
Three Extra good 81x00 Sheets for Dol- 1 ff
lar Day only P1.VU
Six Yards Wash Silk in all the latest shades and de
signs, special for DOLLAR DAY
Twelve Ladies Vests, ligfnt weight and
splendid values at only.
One let Ladies' Tan Low Quarter Bonton Shoes f
in all sizes,
for . .
nton Shoes f
s.on Dollar Day we will sell j QQ J
DRY GOODS,- CLOTHING, SHOES, MILLINERY, ETC.
P. S. FESSENDEN, FOUNDER OF FESSENDEN ACADEMY
with a body of able assistants, Mrs.
Wiley, his proficient wife, W. J. Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, V. O. Sanders, Letha Wiley,
Jennie L. Childress, L. R. Billinger,
J. T. Hobbs, E. F. Pegnese, Neomi
Burnett and last, but not least," Ed.
Mathews, the blacksmith. The school
carries departments of industrial
work; iron, wood carpentry; domestic
science, agricultural, sewing and aca academic
demic academic 12 grades in all each well
The school comprises 264 acres of
land, 20 buildings, with an enrollment
of 300 for 1915, although a year of
depressed financial conditions; 3 head
of work stock, excellent cows, fine
hogs, chickens, ducks, geese, guineas,
in fact all that has to do with an hon honest
est honest successful home life. The sur
roundings of the school are such as to
'give every pupil an object lesson and
to teach them and, convince them of
the importance of fitting themselves
to make honest producers and home
' builders. v
Starting at the office, which is well
equipped, a pestoffice and necessary
surroundings to carry f orward in a
business manner the workings of this
institutions. The school has its own
system of telephones reaching every
There is a shop where the students
turn out different pieces of furniture,
tables, safes, dressers, chairs and
brick-a-brac of all discriptions, fold folding
ing folding coat hangers, settees, in fact al almost
most almost any article you can find in a first
class furniture store. In their work workings
ings workings in this shop every small piece of
wood is utilized, the students convert converting
ing converting pieces of hardwood, onds of cedar
posts and etc., into useful articles
such as wall match boxes, pen hold holders,
ers, holders, letter openers, easels etc. ingeni ingenious,
ous, ingenious, indeed.
; Then there is the blacksmith shop
where every piece of scrap iron is
made into something useful. Here the
student is taught to forge chains,
links, plows, plow points and other
tools used on a well regulated farm,
thus teaching them to utilize what
hundreds of good farmers are letting
go to waste a lesson to all of how
to economize and save.
The elementary department a mod
and maintained in every building. A
teacher, or teachers, is required in
each building to keep the best of dis discipline
cipline discipline and overlooking the thorough
cleaning of every room. A lesson to
every visitor is that each room shows
good healthy conditions along decent
lines, portraying that Prof. Wiley is a
good disciplinarian, that there is
motive behind every department.'
Prof. Wiley deals directly with and
holds responsible his different teach
ers, yet directing and guiding the stu
PROF. J. L. WILEY, PRINCIPAL
j ident of the Commercial Bank; and
Secretary Rooney, of the Board of
Trade; first having been shown
throughout the Carnegie library hall,
which is occupied by the girl3 as a
dormitory. The building has a large
airy dinning hall, neat rooms all care
fully kept, and the private; or guest,
dinning hall, which on this occasion
was decorated in a profuse mingling
of ferns, yellow pansies, and various
blossoms, with a large cut glass bowl
in the center of the table filled with
beautiful white chrysanthemums em embedded
bedded embedded in a mass of yellow pansies
on a hand made center piece tied with
two large bows of yellow ribbon,
while leading out of the bowl a small
piece of yellow ribbon at its end a
beautiful yellow "biddy" intermingled
with fern held a' card bearing each
guest's name at their selected seat,
entwined with an Easter greet greeting
ing greeting and menu card attached, each be
ing .hand painted and of a different
design. The dinner was served in
course as follows:
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Asparagus Soup Crackers
. Chicken Salad
Creamed Peas in Peppers
Cheese Sandwiches Hot Biscuits
Pork Chops a la Creole Spaghetti
Holland Potatoes Easter Salad
Mashed Turnips with Drawn Butter
Pickles Corn Bread Onions
Pineapple Ice Layer Cake
Can you beat it? Two hours to this
then an insnection of the school
rooms, their work and execution,
to the chapel where under proper sys-
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WE TREAT YOUR LAUNDRY WHITE"
For delivering work the same day it is received if it is sent in early
and immediate delivery requested. This feature of OUR LAUNDRY
is quite convenient for traveling men and transient people generally.
Wre use the best of everything that goes to giving absolute satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. Y'our clothes will last longer when laundered with modern
appliances than by the antiquated methods of years gone by. Come
in and inspect our plant and see our methods of handling collars.
BUSINESS OFFICE AND POSTOFFICE
with strong words of encouragement
to each student to follow honesty in
life and in all their dealings at
home, with each other, their teachers,
and themselves. An eulogy on the
cleanliness and sanitary conditions
found, the excellent discipline, atten atten-tiveness,
tiveness, atten-tiveness, behavior of the student body
and closing with the thought of what
goes to make up useful lives, good cit
izens and pointing them to that great
this county can get these advantag advantages
es advantages for only the cost of actual living
expenses $9 per month, and all
honest hard working children can
work their way through the school.
Then every Negro child of school age
I should go where they get the right
training to make honest decent citi-4
zens, that they may be worth some
thing to their county and state.
A Slight Resume
source from which all right living and
ending comes, to never go back on or
bring reproach, or disgrace to thir J
When Secretary Rooney had finish finish-de
de finish-de his talk Prof. Brinson in a most
Good library, healthy clean rooms,
outbuildings well kept, clean sanitary
laundry, chicken yard a'nd- stables in
good condition, all v farm implements
housed and cared for, yard and
grounds kept neat, leaves used for
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"WINDSOR HOTEL. AND PARK
- "COMFORT FIRST"
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLANS
A. F. WILSON, MGR. T. M. WILSON, PROP,
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FESSENDiEN STUDENTS AT WORK ON THEIR FARM
dents to hold and maintain the re respect
spect respect of their preceptors and inculcat inculcat-ing
ing inculcat-ing honesty, right living, morality and
a sound healthy training of both mind
A smoke house with good clean well
cured home raised meat, good to the
eye and satisfying to the taste, is one
of the schools' assets.
A dinner prepared under tiie hands
of the advanced domestic science class
that would do credit to any. hotel in
our state was served with the fol following
lowing following gentlemen as the guests of
honor, Prof. Brinson, Mr. G. S. Scott,
chairman of the school board; Mr.
J."S. Grantham, member of the board
from Ft. McCoy; Mr. Geo. Blitch, "pres-
tem the scholars marched in, the girls
on one side and the boys on the other,
the teachers overlooking.
With Mrs. Wiley at the piano the
program was opened with a sweet
song and chanting the Lord's Prayer.
Prof. Wiley in a few terse well
spoken words told of the work and ad advancement
vancement advancement of the school and tendered
a hearty welcome to the visitors nam named
ed named in the preceeding portion of this
Prof. Brinson as master of cere
monies responded appropriately, first
excellent manner summed up the
whole, telling them that at his re resent
sent resent visit with many others to the
noted Tuskeege Institute, he was
proud to tell them of Fessenden and
what it was and what it stood for,
and that while not so large or vast,
yet its high policy and clean manage management
ment management placed it in the same sphere of
usefulness and wishing that Marion
county had, out away from town or
city, such an industrial, agricultural
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compost, hogs and all other animals j
in good condition, never a case of hog
rhnlpra. Tipvpr a death since ooeninc I
and only slight local sickness noth nothing
ing nothing serious. All these things due to
sanitary methods, good discipline,
right living and honest concientious
principal and asistants.
Long live Fessenden and its righte righteous
ous righteous uplift to the Negro race.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
presenting Mr. Geo. Blitch, who gave janj domestic science school for the I
a short excellent talk filled with good , j
, ... whole county,
advice and encouragement. His talkj Av,;i
, i Think of it, the Negro children oil
was followed by a few remarks by' "a &
Atlantic Coast Line
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg--9:05
No. 10, Lee3burg to Jacksonville
6:05 a. m.
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 2:18 a. m.
No. 38, Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 2:25 a. m.
No. 39. Jackson ?ille to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 2:40 p. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jacksonville-
1:14 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka 4:10 p.
No. 141, Palatka to Ocala 10:50
No. 49, Ocala to Hamosassa
Leaves, 2:25 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala Ar Arrives
rives Arrives 1:05 p. m.
No. 35 (Sunnyjim) Ocala to Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland 6:40 a. m., Tuesday, Thursday
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Lakeland to
Ocala 9:50 p. m., Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday..
'o. 151. Ocala to Wilcox 6:10 a.
m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
j No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala 5:45 p.
i m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
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PilUns Clerk. Tclephcr Operator.
CT any other fcmaJ member cf your
cZZcq force Cecide3 to leave Saturday;
hai9 czfy to ure the "Female Help
W&nted cr "Situation Wanted Female
cciumra cf wOUR PAPER
to fcrinj tn tH-rcxird-dedrab! e applicor.!
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INTERIOR VIEW OP SHOPS AT FESSENDEN ACADEMY
Twelve yards of white P. K. for $1
at Fishel's on DOLLAR DAY. 8-3t
ONITOP TIIE DORMITORIES AT FESSENDEN'
OCA LA EVENING ST A ELrSAXURD AY, APRIL 10, 1915
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Be a Worker! Talk Up Go to Church
Get Your Neighbor to Go!
GO TO CHURCH. Be a worker in the GO TO CHURCH
Tins GO TO CHURCH movement is a campaign more
important than all the presidential campaigns, in a prtiuenuui
campaign you get worked up to a high pitch of enthusiasm, exhort-
mments for vour favorite candidate. Here
is a chance for voii to displav your enthusiasm and argumentative
powers. If you GO TO CIIURUll your worK is not nnisneu. iou
can do a great deal more.
GET YOUR NEIGHBOR TO GO. TALK UP THE GO TO
CHURCH MOVEMENT. THERE ARE MANY EFFECTIVE WAYS
in wmr.M VOU CAN DO THIS. SANDWICH YOUR TALK ABOUT
THE BASEBALL SCORES WITH A FEW REMARKS ABOUT THE
GO TO CHURCH MOVEMENT. MAKE AN OCCASIONAL EN ENGAGEMENT
GAGEMENT ENGAGEMENT FOR "AFTER CHURCH SUNDAY." NOW THAT THE
GO TO CHURCH MOVEMENT HAS HAD A HEALTHY START
KEEP IT MOVING. DONT LET IT DIE OUT. WHENEVER AN
ITEM IN THE NEWSPAPERS ON INCREASED CHURCH AT ATTENDANCE
TENDANCE ATTENDANCE OR THE GO TO CHURCH MOVEMENT STRIKES
YOUR EYE CALL YOUR NEIGHBOR'S ATTENTION TO IT.
Alwavs be quick to RUSH TO THE DEFENSE of the
church and churchgoing. There are always to be found in every
community persons ever ready to make a joke of the church, church churchgoers
goers churchgoers and- the churchgoing movement. Go after these persons.
Don't let them get away with it. If you can't convince them that
the church and churchgoers are all right make them cease their in insults.
sults. insults. There is too much fun poked at the church these days. Even
the churchgoing man is tempted to join in the Jaugh which greets
some cheap joker who attacks sacred thing?. Honor to the man
who rebuffs the cheap wit. Secretly his. fellows will admire him
GO TO CHURCH next Sunday!
lie a missionary by getting your neighbor to GO TO CHURCH
J OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
I (If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
A Visit to
THE OCALA BAPTIST CHURCH
SERVICS EE VERY SUNDAY 11 A. M. AND 7:30 P. M.
LOUIS R. CHAZflL & SONS CO.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
P. O. Box 475
U I LIIWERY- FECIALS
momdAy,- AreiL mM,
ONE DOLLAR Cut on Malcing Hats
10 Per Cent.-Off on Trimmed Hats.
10 Per Cent. Oli on Hair Worlc.
Upstairs, Rear of Helvenston's Store
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
State, County and City Depository.
Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ours. Let u
have your custom we deserve it.
IDcala Ice "M PacMiigi C
CARPENTER AND B ILDER
Careful Estimates Made on all Con Con-fract
fract Con-fract Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in th City.
U. D. C. Meeting
At the home of Mrs. B. A. Weath-
ers Dickison chapter, U. D. C, held
its monthly meeting Friday, April 9,
1915, at 3:30 o'clock. The president,
Mrs. D. E. Mclver, presided.
After the minutes of the last meet meeting
ing meeting had been approved the treasurer
made her report which was ordered
filed. The report showed a balance
of $60.50 in the general fund, $566.05
in the memorial fund and dues paid
by forty-three members. Mrs. H. H.
Kemp, collector, then made her re report.
port. report. The principal part of the afternoon
was devoted to revising the list of
members and electing delegates to
attend the state U. D. C. meeting in
Leesburg next month. The delegates
are Mrs. Mclver, president, Mrs. J.
C. Caldwell, director of the C. of C,
and the following who were elected:
Mrs. B. A. Weathers, Miss Annie
Atkinson, Mrs. C. Carmichael, Mrs.
W. W. Hafriss. The alternates are:
Mrs. H. H. Kemp, Mrs. Henry Liv Livingston,
ingston, Livingston, Mrs. J. R. Moorhead and
Miss Josie Williams.
Mrs. E. L. Carney of the visiting
committee, reported that she had
made a number of calls to sick -people.
Mrs. H. A. Davies and Mrs. James
Engesser were appointed a visiting
committee for the coming month.
Arrangements were made to dec decorate
orate decorate the graves of the Confederate
dead on April 26th, memorial day.
The historian, Mrs. R. R. Carrolf,
read an interesting article from the
Confederate Veteran, relative to the
death of Mrs. Goodlet, organizer of
the United Daughters of the Confed Confederacy.
eracy. Confederacy. The chapter has for sale 500 cook
books, the proceeds of which will go
to the general fund.
There being no further business
the chapter adjourned, after which
the hostess served an ice course with
coffee and mints. The next meeting
will be held at the home of Mrs. D.
Informal Dance at the Woman's
An informal event of last evening
giving pleasure to all present was the
Easter dance at the Woman's Club
to which the young men of the so society
ciety society set were host. The dances, in including
cluding including one-step, fox trot, hesitation
waltz, etc., were enjoyed to the
strains of victrola music. Punch was
served during the evening. The af affair
fair affair was one of the most enjoyable of
Attending the dance were Misses
Frances Arnold, Janet Weathers,
Bessie' MacKay, Lucile Robinson,
Elsie Meade, Ruby Gissendaner, Hope
Robinson, Jean Austin, Martha Kate
Rentz, Mary Burford, Ethel Hay Hay-craft,
craft, Hay-craft, Doris Murry, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Camp, Mr. and Mrs. James
Taylor, Mrs. I, F. Bennett, Messrs.
Norton Davis, Hibbert Weathers, W.
D. Taylor, Olaf Zewadski, Carlisle
Izlar, R. L. Anderson, Jr., Whit Pal
mer, Robert Clarkson, Sam Mathews,
W. I. Evans, C. H'. Lloyd, Holmes
Walters and Phil Robinson.
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Pittman return
ed home this morning after a trip of
several days spent at Boca Grand and
Fort Myers. Metropolis.
Mrs. Weller Carmichael and her
guest, Mrs. C. Green of Lakeland,
returned yesterday afternoon on the
City of Ocala from Palatka, where
they have been spending several days.
Mr. Harold A. Struss of Tampa,
has a number of friends in the city
who will learn with interest of his
approaching marriage to Miss Marie
Louise Baijey of Fernandina. The
wedding will take place Thursday,
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood, who has
been spending some time in St.. Au-
gustine the guest of Mr. and "Mrs.
C. C. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Hill, will arrive shortly for a visit
with Mrs. H. E. Schoeflin before re
turning to her home in Ocala.
Mr. Arch Mcintosh, who has been
ill for several days at the home of
his daughter, Mrs. D. E. Mclver, is
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Bennett and
little son have returned from a short
stay at their home at Pineola.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flippen ex-
Ipect to leave on the 25th for a five
weeks trip. They will go first to
Asbury, Ga., to visit relatives, then
to Atlanta to see the J. M. McCorkle
family after which they will go to
Tennessee to spend the remainder of
their time with relatives, in Nash Nashville
ville Nashville and Mr. Flippen's parents in
Miss Lila Killebrew, arrived yester
day from Newton, Ala., to visit her
brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Killebrew.
Mrs. J. R. McClane of St. Peters
burg, will spend a few days in Ocala
with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. McClane and
her niece, Mrs. T. J. Killebrew.
Miss Harriss Complimented
Vith the Droximity of June 1, 2,
and 3, the dates of the annual Con-j
fWWntn rpumon wfticn is to te neia
this year in the capital of the "Con "Confederacy,
federacy, "Confederacy, Richmond, Va., great inter interest
est interest is being manifested and Southern
society awaits with eagerness the
formal announcement of the appoint appointment
ment appointment of the" sponsors and maids of
honor who are to represent the Vet Veterans
erans Veterans and Sons of Veterans at the
reunion which will probably be the
last on account of the extreme age of
those who defended the "Lost Cause."
Among the first appointments and
the first to be formally announced is
the appointment of Miss Caroline
Harriss of this city by Commander
P. J. Mullen, of the Tennessee divis division
ion division of Sons of Confederate Veterans,
to the position of maid of honor on
his staff. Miss Harriss is the charm charming
ing charming daughter of W. W. Harriss, com-
mander of the Florida division of the
S. of C. V., and Mrs. Harriss. The
Tennessee division includes five other
states: Florida, Georgia, Alabama,
Louisiana and Mississippi, and in
choosing Miss Harriss for the high
position, Commander Mullen selected
one of Florida's fairest daughters,
a grand niece of Col. John M. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, the only survivor of the Confed Confederate
erate Confederate Congress. She has a wide 'circle
of admiring friends throughout the
state who will be interested to learn
of the high honor bestowed on her.
( Concluded on Fourth Page)
CARD OF THANKS
Words are powerless to express our
heartfelt gratitude and appreciation
for the loving kindnesses and sympa sympathy
thy sympathy shoewn us during the illness and
death of our precious baby. Dr. Psek,
Mrs. Adcock and Dr. and Mrs. Mc
Clane were untiring in their efforts
to do all that human hands could do
to alleviate the suffering and save
the little life. The great quantities
of beautiful flowers conveyed the
sweet and loving remembrance of
many friends, to all of whom we are
and Mrs. T. J. Killebrew.
ON DOLLAR DAY
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THvOLLARS always have a long reach in my store,, hut on this particular day
iii' at this particular store they will 'more than douhle their distance. Can't
mention but a few items in this space, but the counters will be crowded with
oeauuiui gouus at grecii Dtirgciiiis - - - -
Worth $4.00 to $6.00 at
One lot Ladies' Black, Tan and White)
Hose, worth from 15c to 23c, eight
pairs for . $1.00 j
One lot Cambric and Swiss Embroider- j
ies, 2c to 15c, worth 3 times the price, j
From 2c to 12c, worth douhle the price
One lot beautifully figured Batiste
and Lace Lawns, 8 l-2c per vard, or
12 yards for - $1.00
One lot men's and ladies' Silk Hats, all
colors, worth 50c, at - 42c
Remember, you may never again have an opportunity to buy so many beautilul
Goods at Such Remarkably Low Prices
E. T. HBWBNSTON
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND. SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE Large white chrysan
themum plants, 30 cents per dozen.
Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
street. 4-7 tf.
'-T J JjL Lrfk. 0
WANTED The owner of a pistol
taken from a boy some days ago
while under arrest. It was taken
from an automobile in front of the
Temple theater about two weeks
ago. Owner can get same by prov
When you deal with this bank you can rest assured that it is always ready
to help you in doing that which is best for the growth and advancement of
your interests along legitimate lines.
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MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK of ATLANTA, GA.
ing property and paying expenses, j
- Apply to W. F. Adams, Chief of
Police, Ocala, Fla. 5-tf
With purchase of $1 worth of
For Plumbing, tin work, guttering
and roofing call on P. A. Durand,
I nhone 494. 3-26-lmo.
15 Pounds of
"With purchase of one pound
package of VOTAN COFFEE for
N. MAGNOLIA ST. OCALA
CALF STRAYED A four months old j
Jersey heifer calf, without marks or j
brands, strayed from my house, j
near the high school dormitory,
about two weeks ago. Finder will be
rewarded if I am notified. R. J.
. Rivers. 4-C-tf
RANGE FOR SALE A family size,
wood burning range, with hot wa water
ter water tank and connections for bath.
Apply' at Star office. tf
FOR SALE Buff Orpington eggs,
"Florida" strain, bred for winter
eggs first. $1.50 per 15. R. B.
Bowers, Ocala. 3-6t
ei t price
FOR RENT Weil locaced and nicelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
FOR RENT Two connecting rooms,
furnished; one, two or three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
at residence of Mrs. A.M. Perry,
Herbert street. 3-18-tf
FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs for hatching. H. S. Wesson, j
Ocala, Fla. 3-30-lm
FOR RENT New bungalow with all
modern conveniences, on" South
Lime street. Apply to C. V. Rob-
elver & MacKay
UNDERT4KERS and EilBALIIEBS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. SIcIVER and C. V. KOliJiKli)
All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-mere
mere Embal-mere and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office .5
FOR RENT Furnished room with all
conveniences in private family,
three blocks from courthouse on Ok-
Iawaha avenue; very reasonable to'
a Dermanent occupant. Address,,
"Room," care Evening Star. 24-6V
OUR FART4 IMPLEMENTS ARE MADE BY THE
FIRMS WHOSE NAMES ARE RENOWNED FOR THE
GOOD IMPLEMENTS THEY MAKE.
WHEN YOU BUY OUR IMPLEMENTS YOU VILL
FIND THEM BUILT STRONG BUT LIGHT RUNNING.
IT PAYS TO BUY OUR IMPLEMENTS; THEY LAST.
PHONE 1 18, - OCALA, FLA.
WANTED To trade real estate,
home and lots in St. Petersburg,
for stock of merchandise. Address
Box 597, St. Petersburg, Fla. 8-2t
LOST A leather covered walking
stick was left at the postoffice Fri Friday,
day, Friday, April 0th. Finder will please
leave same at the Star office. "10-3t
CHOICE SMALL HAMS I Oil SALE STOMACH 7I10UBLE CURED
Mrs. C G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa
writes, "For rome time I suffered from
stoniacn trouble. I wouid hae sour
If your car needs PAINTING see
me. If it needs brightening up use my
"AUTO PRESEP.VATION POLISH"
aM save paint bills Price $1.00.
T. D. DILLON
203 X. Main St. Phone 193
A number of very choice small hams
and shoulders for sale; corn fed hogs.
smoked with green hickory ,yoojm ?to:rach and M bloated after eating.
Inquire of Sterling Hoorr, st liar- j Nothing her. edited rr.e until I rot
rington Hall Barberrhop. 3D-tf Chamr!air:N Tablets. .After taking
te -f tv.o bottles "cf thc-m I was cared.' lor
RHEUMATIC PAL S RELIEVED "j;"!ft by ail Adv.
Whv suffer from iheumatism when
relief 'may be had at ro ?all a cost? j
Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ird.T writes, j
"I have hfen s'jbhct to attacks of j
xt vrrT t iMe-A w hen i rheumatism for vears. tr.amucrain s
ond-hand syrup boilers of 10O- VtVfce pia ,re "in roc.m-j
erallon capacity. Call or write, J.jpnjinr. ; n others." 27, r.r;d .'0 cent?
R. Moorhead, Ocala, Fla. 10-tf I bottles. For sale by all dealers. Ad v.
DOLLAR DAY at Fi.?helo.
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; rent
reasonable. Apply to Miss Rena
Smith, at Haycraft Millinery. 9-6t
Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
Smoke Cuban Club, "5c Cizar.
Globe-Werr.icke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. Get one. 8-3t j
OCALA EVENLVG STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1913
I ., II
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
OCALA OCCURENCES I
For Velvet Ice Cream Phone 525. tf
Fish globes. The Murray Company.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Is your telephone account paid ? ad
Capt. S. R. Pyles, who has been
sick for a week at his country home,
is slightly better today.
An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask
for Triola Sweets. 22tf
Norris Box Candies at the Court
Pharmacy are the best made. 19-tf.
Mr. Marcus Frank, proprietor of
Frank's store, is very proud of the
.fact that he has secured for a term
of years the contract for handling
McCall's full line of patterns.
Victrolas at The Murray Company.
Messrs. W. E. Gray and Ernest
Spencer returned last night from a
fishing trip to Orange Lake with a
fine string of bass.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
r.!r. ft&gland Writes Interesting
Letter on This Subject.
Madison Heights, Va. Mr. Chas. A,
Ragland, of this place, writes: "I have
been taking Thed ford's Black-Draught
for indigestion, and other stomach troub troubles,
les, troubles, also colds, and find it to be the very
best medicine I have ever used.
After taking Black-Draught for a few
days, I always feel like a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, paia
in pit of stomach, and a feeling of full fullness
ness fullness after eating, are sure symptoms of
stomach trouble, and should be given the
proper treatment, as your strength and
health depend very largely upon your
food and its digestion.
To get quick and permanent relief
from these ailments, you should take
a medicine of known curative merit.
Its 75 years of splendid success, in the
treatment. of just such troubles, proves
the real merit of Thedford's Black Black-Draught.
Draught. Black-Draught. Safe, pleasant, gentle in action,
and without bad after-effects, it is sure
to benefit both young and old. For sale
everywhere. Price 25c. n. c ia
PROMPTLY AT NINE) O'CLOCK MONDAY MORNING WE
WILL BEGIN TO SELL
A FAST COLORED DRESS MATERIAL WORTH 12f2c Per YARD
Fof MaFlom County
Fell lime to stocls
? "YOU'LL EVENTUALLY TRADE
This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov
Generally fair tonight and Sunday.
The Odd Fellows, K. of P., Wood Woodmen
men Woodmen and probably all other lodges in
town will meet at 8 p. m. on their re respective
spective respective meetings nights until the
good old summer time has evaporated.
Miss Ella Bogie is acting as sten stenographer
ographer stenographer for the Board of Trade.
Mr. Elmer W. McCreary, well and
favorably known in Ocala, has been
elected by the Gainesville council
chief of the fire department of the
Fishers give groceries free with
each dollar purchase Saturday .and
Mr. R. L. Carter, who is now trav traveling
eling traveling out of Live Oak for a large fur furniture
niture furniture establishment, is here for a
few days' visit. He says business is
on the up grade in Suwanee county
and will shortly be in its normal con condition
dition condition of a year ago.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGG!
from our own farm daily. Open nigl
and day, Merchant's Cafe, tf
A special agent of the Atlantic
Coast Line arrested two colored men
at the Seabord depot this morning
for thefts committed at Fruitlknd
Park several days ago from the
road's property. They had some o
the stolen goods on them when ar
rested, besides a quantity of revenue
stamps, they will be taken to Lake
county for trial. ;
Subscribe for your magazines at
The Murray Company. 8-3t 7
Have your choice -Pabst's creamy
"bock" or Pabst's Blue Ribbon-on
draft, at Johnny's. 6-tf
Fishel's want a good white boy to
learn the grocery Dusiness. 8-3t
Mr. J. H. Dunn, the veterinarian,
was called to Williston this forenoon
on business in his professional line.'
to a Customer
HERE", WHY NOT NOW? ?
(Rev. Bunyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Morning service.
Preaching by the pastor.
6:30 p. m.B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. Evening service.
A hearty welcome awaits you.
East Broadway Church
Disciples of Christ
(Roy B. Bowers, Minister)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Dr. R. T. Weaver, superintendent.
11 a. m. Sermon, "The Recently
Discovered Sayings of Jesus, 'Raise
the stone and there thou shalt find
me; cleave the wood and there am I'
7:45 p. m. "The place of amuse amusements
ments amusements in the life of the nation, the
community and the church."
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning service. Preach Preaching
ing Preaching by Rev. J. P. McMillan.
2:30 p. m. Junior Mission Society.
7:30 p. m. Svening service. Ser Sermon
mon Sermon by Rev. J. P. McMillan.
After the morning service tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, the Presbyterian congregation,
which has been without a pastor since
the resignation and removal of Dr.
W. H. Dodge to Jacksonville, will
select a minister to take charge of the
church. Quite a number of applica applications
tions applications are on file and the Presbyter Presbyterians
ians Presbyterians will no doubt select an able man
to attend to their spiritual needs.
The meeting of the Woodmen last
night was well attended. Mr. W.
Roddenbery was initiated and an ap
plication received. All members of
the camp are specially requested to
be present at the next meeting, April
23, to help plan for a big Woodmen
Judge Smith is wearing a ne
spring style fashion smile today. He
issued licenses to and then tied in
matrimonial knots Mr. Henry Sweat
and Miss Maude (J. Phillips, Mr. Will
R. Bailey and Mist Birdie Cason. The
other day he issued license to Mr.
Bvrne M. Owens and Miss Mabel Mc-
Cracken. The judge is sure hard times
The third number of. "Runaway
June" drew a big crowd at the Tem Temple
ple Temple last, night. It increases in inter interest
est interest with each number. Mr. Bennett
has a good, old-fashioned Saturday
night program for this evening.
The drugs used in our prescription
department are the best to be had,
and ACCURACY is our watchword.
The Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
Marriage license was issued this
afternoon from Judge Smith's office
to Mr. Henry Sweat and Miss Maude
C. Phillips. We understand both par
ties., are from Waldo. : 1
First of the seasonPabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
Strawberries can be made into j
sure money crop here. Simon Fein
berg last fall set out 1000 plants and
from these he has already picked
over 60 quarts of as fine berries as
can be grown. Dunnellon Advocate.
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. TVeyT
know what you mean. tf
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH
(Rev. E. Irvine Georges, B. A., Vicar)
Choral matins and sermon at 11 a
m, Sunday school and children vesp
ers at 3 p. m. Choral evensong and
sermon at 7:30 p. m. Low Sunday be
ing the solemn octave of the feast of
Easter, the Easter day observances
will be repeated tomorrow. A cor
dial welcome is extended to these ser
WOMEN OF RUSSIA
Petrograd, Feb. 4.- As the war con
tinues the women on the border suffer
the horrors of war and the mothers
and orphans left at home are the ones
who suffer most. In America are many
mothers and daughters, who were left
penniless by the war of the Rebbellion,
but their sufferings are nothing to the
women and children left as widows
and orphans of the soldiers who have
fought and bled for their country in
Many a mother and daughter have
reason to be thankful to Dr. Pierce
for relief from suffering and the cure
of those weaknesses of their sex, be
cause of his "Favorite Prescription.
This tonic, which is strictly a temper
ance medicine, has cured thousands
of those weaknesses, headaches, nerv
ousness, backaches, which are the
outward manifestations of disease in
women. Dr. Jrierce's Favorite .Pre
scription speedily causes all womanly
troubles to disappear compels the
organs to properly perform their nat
ural functions, corrects displacements
overcomes irregularities, removes pain
and misery at certain times and brings
back health and strength to nervous
and irritable and exhausted women.
It is a wonderful prescription pre
pared only from nature's roots and
herbs with no alcohol to falsely stim
ulate and no narcotics to wreck the
nerves. It banishes pain, headache.
backache, low spirits, hot flashes,
dragging down sensation, worry and
sleeplessness surly and without loss
What Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription has done for thousands it
will do for you. It's not a secret rem remedy
edy remedy for its ingredients are printed on
wrapper, uet it this very day at any
medicine dealers in either liquid or in
Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets reg
ulate and invigorate stomach, liver
and bowels. Suear coated, tinv eran-
iii in in
I (Continued from Third Page)
Swap Social by Charity Circle
; The charity circle class of the Pres Pres-;
; Pres-; byterian Sunday school, composed of
about twenty girls and boys and
taught by Mrs. J. H. Taylor, gave a
! swap social last evening at the home
of Mr. D. W. Davis.
About forty friends responded to
the invitation and each guest took a
package and a dime. The packages
were received by Miss Mabel Meffert
and the money by the treasurer, Mr.
In the packages, which were later
swapped in the dining room, were lu ludicrous
dicrous ludicrous and burlesque articles, cap capsules,
sules, capsules, carrots, lemons, pills and all
such like. Great merriment reigned
during the opening of the packages in
fact during the entire evening. Mr.
Jake Gerig auctioned a leather pillow
and one or two other articles which
with the dimes realized the class sev several
eral several dollars.
Fruit punch was served by Misses
Kathleen Spencer and Maude Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh and as the guests arrived they
were asked to the punch table by
Misses Elizabeth Davis and Alice
Mr. W. O. Stovall, of Tamp, is the
guest of his mother and sister, Mrs.
M. H. Stovall and Miss Minnie Stov Stovall,
all, Stovall, arriving thfsafternoon.
The Carnegie library" board helXa
call meeting yesterday afternoon. It
hopes soop-Ho surmount the delays
that have ben,brought about and to
put the plans ysf the hands of the con contractor
tractor contractor at an early date.
The rieWoftheCnficaT-ilkieSs of
Mr. J. B. Epperson at his home at
Williston will be received by his
friends here with deep regret. Dr.
Rogers of Jacksonville and two other
physicians were with him yesterday
afternoon. Last night he grew weak weaken
en weaken and this morning there was no
c lange for the better. Mrs. Edwards'
Mrs. Epperson's mother, was taken to
Williston yesterday afternoon by her
grandson, Norman Home.
What can be done with lettuce at
Dunnellon is shown by the sixteenth
of an acre planted by Judge Barks Barks-dale.
dale. Barks-dale. To date he has shipped about
60 crates, all of which have brought
good prices. Dunnellon Advocate.
A. M. Flanery, representing G. M.
Davis & Son, silo dealers of Palatka,
was a Wednesday visitor. Mr. Flan Flanery
ery Flanery says the demand for silos is in increasing
creasing increasing steadily in Florida and that
he has just secured orders for two
in Marion county, one at Citra and
one at Reddick Dunnellon Advocate.
Dr. W. H. Griffith of Dunnellon is
spending the day in the city on busi business.
ness. business. V- '.
For Plumbing, tin work, guttering
and roofing call on P. At- Durand,
phone 494; 3-26-lmo.
HERE AT HOME
Ocala Citizens Gladly Testify and
Confidently Recommend Doan's
It is testimony like the following
that has placed Doan's Kidney Pills
so far above competitors; When peo people
ple people right here at home raise their
voice in praise there is ho room left
for doubt. Read the public- state statement
ment statement of an Ocala citizen:
C. C. French, carpenter, 103 W.
Sanchez St., Ocala, says: Doan's
Kidney Pills did me more good than
anything else I ever used. I had
been having attacks of 'backache and
trouble with my kidneys for some
time. It made me feel miserable and
run down in health. As soon as I
used Doan's Kidney Pills, I got re relief
lief relief and I have relied on the remedy
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
6imply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills- the same
that Mr. French had. Foster Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo N. Y. Ad.3
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marlon County In Chancery.
The 'Clark-Ray-Johnson Company, a
Corporation. Complainant, versus
Frank Gray, and Others, Defend
To the Florida Southern Railway Com
pany, a Railroad Corporation, In
corporated Under the Laws of the
State of Florida Greeting:
It appearing- from -the return of the
Hon. John P. Galloway, sheriff or Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, and the affidavit
of H. yi. Hampton, solicitor for the
complainant in the foregoing cause, that
you have failed and neglected to elect
officers or appoint agents in the state
of Florida, and if any officers or agents
exist in the state of Florida, the same
are -unknown, and that there is no per person
son person in the state of Florida upon whom
service of process could be made to
bind you, the said Florida Southern
Railway Company, a railroad corpora corporation
tion corporation incorporated under the laws of the
state or Florida.
Therefore you are hereby ordered to
be and appear iefore this honorable
court on the
12th day of April, A. D. 1915
to defend the said action, or judgment
will be entered against you.
It is further ordered that a copy of
tnis order oe miblished once a week
for the space of two months in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published In
Marion county, Florida.
Done and ordered at chambers at
Ocala, Florida, this the third day of
February, A. Lt. 1915.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit of Florida.
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify that the foregoing is
a true and correct copy of the original
order of publication, as the same ap appears
pears appears on file in my office.
ucaia, norma, rnis reoruary 3rn,
1915 (Seal) r. H. NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of -Jtarion
By 3f. E. GODDARD.
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One Lot of Waists that
are made of Voile and
Batiste. Low and High
Necks. All sizes. Val Values
ues Values up to $3, each
40 inch wide regular
price 19c per yard. On
DOLLAR DAY we will
sell this goods 8 yards
White and Colors, just
the material for making
coole under garments.
Special 8 yards for
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A CURE FOR SOUR STOMACH j SEE This FARM on the Silver
Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, of Battle Sprins road which furnishes the
Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been i Merchant's Cafe every day with with-troubled
troubled with-troubled with indigestion, sour stom-1 fresh vegetables, milk and eirs tf
ach and bad breath. After taking two
bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets I am j T ,
well. These tablets are splendidnone Ladies house dresses for $1 at
better." For sale by all dealers. Adv. Fishel's on DOLLAR DAY. 8-3t
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I am offering the best made Palm
Beach Suit in this country and only
charge you S4.50. They are Guar Guaranteed
anteed Guaranteed the Genuine Palm Beach
Cloth. Compare it with any Palm
Beach Suit offered, and you'll find
that no matter how much more
you pay, you cannot get any better
because there is no better Palm
Beach Suit made
We Have Only One Price; Not Three, as Our Competitors One
in the Newspapers, Another in the Door, and a third price inside
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One lot of LADIE'S
DRESSES, made of a
all colors, all sizes. Val-ues-up
to $6.50 each
These Dresses are made
of good quality lawn and
ginghams, all colors and
white. Sizes 2 to 12 yrs.
Dollaj Day, each
We have many other
specials in all depart departments
ments departments at greatly reduc reduced
ed reduced prices for Dollar Day
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Sizes 36x72, all col-:
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on Dollar Day each
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Fancy Tops, W hi t e,
and Black, made of lisle
thread, 8 pairs for
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To pay visit to our
for extia Specials:
W. K. Iane, 31. P., Pnjslclan tad
Surgeon, speraiist Kye, Ear, Xo$e
nd Throat. I u Library Building
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