The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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Amsterdam, Jan. 23. A British
aviator dropped bombs upon the canal
warehouses and docks of Bruges last
night and escaped.
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Cairo, Jan. 23. Five German mer merchant
chant merchant ships, ordered expelled from
Port Said, were siezed today by Brit British
ish British warships-when they left the har harbor.
bor. harbor.
Havre, Jan. 23. Two German avi aviators
ators aviators participating in an aerial raid
on Dunkirk and vicinity Friday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon were later, killed near Fur Fur-ness,
ness, Fur-ness, when their aeroplane Was shot
down. Six to tenTaubes were in the
raid.. Several buildings, used as bar barracks
racks barracks and ammunition depots were set
Paris, Jan. 23. Fighting in the new
battle of Flanders has become so
fierce that a gain of even a few. yards
is regarded important. The official
communique this afternoon emphasiz emphasized
ed emphasized the gain of a hundred yards in the
region of Lombartzide yesterday.
The Germans Jiave taken the offen offensive
sive offensive against the -town of -Berry Au
Bac, violently bombarding the French
from the north bank of the Aisne.
The German attack northeast of Beau Beau-sejour,
sejour, Beau-sejour, west of the Argonnes, has been
repulsed. The Germans are complet complet-ly
ly complet-ly checked at Fontain Hadame.
A hot conflict is raging near St.
Hubert. Severe fighting continues in
Alsace. Terrific combats are going
on in the forests hear Harts, Manns Manns-weiler.
weiler. Manns-weiler. and Kopf,
Near Cernay the German attack was
repulsed. Further south the French
progressed toward Little Kahlberg.-

Mexican Rebels Under Carasco Wal Walloped
loped Walloped Near Mazatlan
San Diego, Jan. 23. The wireless
reports the Mexican rebels under Car Carasco
asco Carasco defeated by Villa's troops,, south
of Mazatlan and fleeing northward.

Montgomery, Jan. 23. The Men-it
prohibition bill yesterday was passed
over Gov. Henderson's veto by both
houses of the Alabama legislature.
An amendment recommended by the
governor providing for a state wide
election on the question 1 was over overwhelmingly
whelmingly overwhelmingly defeated. The new law is
effective after June 30, next.


; Galveston, Jan 23. Because of a
heavy storm, the steamship Davia,
with a cargo of 11,000 bales of cotton
for Bf emen, probably, won't sail to today.
day. today. Her crew is all American.


Chasing the Muscovites Back into the
Constantinople, Jan. 23. Turks, af after
ter after defeating the Russians in the Cau Caucasus'
casus' Caucasus' are now taking the offensive
and pursuing the enemy.
London, Jan. .23. Four leaders of
the peace movement party, headed by
Yussuf Pasha, heir to the Sultan,
were imprisoned and probably shot, by
order of former secretary of war, En En-ver
ver En-ver Pasha, says a Constantinople

Dr. J. Walter, Hood's new oHice tele tele-phone
phone tele-phone number is 284. 15-tf


Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meafs a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Adv. tf

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Berlin, Jan. 23. No definite news
has been received of operations in the
east. Heavy snows an4 torrential
rains are checking operations.
The Austro-Germans are bombard bombarding
ing bombarding the Russians in the. vicinity of
Kielce, in Russian Polandl The rail railroad
road railroad station was destroyed at Chen Chen-ciny.
ciny. Chen-ciny. The building was i filled with
Russian soldiers, all of whom were
Berlin, Jan. 23.- German artillery
broke up an attack by the enemy be between
tween between Sou ain and Perthes, north of
West Fortaine, in the Argonnes,
the Germans captured a position held
by the enemy, taking many prisoners
and several machine guns.
Northwest Pont a Mousson the
French attacks were repulsed with
severe losses to the enemy. (The Ger Germans
mans Germans recaptured their lost; trenches
together with some guns. f
The battle of Croix des Larmes
continues. North of Sennheim the
French have been driven back from
the heights near Wisenback. In the
Vosges the enemy were repulsed.
Nothing important to report from
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Five Thousand Steel Workers Will be
Re-Employed in February
Gary, Ind., Jan. 23.THe Illinois
Steel Company's rail mill, which has
been closed for the' past three months,
will resume February 8th. Nearly

5,000 men will be re-employed.


Petrograd, Jan. 23. The Russians

are maintaining the offensive against
the Germans in northern Poland, and
despite a heavy snow storm are pro progressing
gressing progressing steadily toward Thorn.
Two-Russian armies in southern
Poland are dealing heavy blows on the
Austro-Germans in Kielce province.
Kielce, the capital, has been recap recaptured
tured recaptured by the Russians. The Germans
were forced back three miles, but! are
now making a 'stand,
The Turks, reinforced, have tem temporarily
porarily temporarily checked the Russian advance
toward Erzerum.

Three Whites and a Negress Victims
of a Knife and Pistol Duel

Macon.. Ga., Jan. 23. J. J. Proctor,
deputy sheriff, Joe Brewer, white and
Lula Woodward, a negress, with
whom brewer lived, are dead, and
Municipal Court Sheriff Bowen is
hourly expected to succumb, as the
result of a knife and pistol fight last
night. The officers attempted to dis dispossess
possess dispossess Brewer and the negress. '..

, Indianapolis, Jan. 23. Over a foot
of snow coveres Indiana and Illinois
today. The mercury is rapidly near near-ing
ing near-ing zero. ?

attorneys that the cargo is intended
for consumption by non-combatants



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Concord, N. H., Jan. 23. Harry
Thaw, in charge of New York officers,
left today for New York.



1,376,906 More Bags of Cotton than
there were Last Year
Washington, Jan. 23. The govern government
ment government census report shows that 14,907, 14,907,-942
942 14,907,-942 bales of cotton were ginned up to
January 16th, against 13,582,036 last
year. -;.


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Case to Establish Whether, America
Can Ship Food to. German Non-
- Combatants" .
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New York, Jan. 23. Carrying a
cargo of food supplies shipped by an
American rm and cplisigned, to an
American citizen in Germany, the
American-owned steamer Wilhelmina
cleared yesterday for Hamburg. The
shippers assert the food is meant only
for consumption by civilians.
. This is the first food-carrying Am American
erican American ship to leave an American port
for Germany since the war began. If
she is seized, her consignors, the W.
L. Green Commission Company of St.
Louis, will file a protest with the
state department, claiming the allies
are not within their rights, under in international
ternational international law in preventing ship shipment
ment shipment of conditional contraband to
non-combatants in !a country, at; war
with the allies. ; ;
In order to controvert in advance a
possible claim that the Wilhelmina's
cargo is intended for use by the Ger German
man German government or its naval or mili military
tary military forces, or by agents or contrac contractors
tors contractors which supply .that government
with foodstuffs, the cargo is consign consigned
ed consigned to an American citizen who will be
in Hamburg when the vessel arrives
if she "escapes seizure. Furthermore,

the consignors and the German gov- Subscribe for your magazines at

ernment guarantee, according to the The Murray Company It

Belgium is No Worse Off than Poland,.
Palestine and Bukowina
London, Jan, 23. Suffering in Bel-,
gium is for the moment in the back background
ground background when compared to destitution
of non-combatants in Palestine, Pol Poland
and Poland and the Carpathians. From Pal Palestine
estine Palestine Jewish colonists continue to
flee' to Egypt,j being conveyed by the
American cruiser Tennessee. The
destitution of Poland is said to be
terrible. It is said the situation in
Poland is far worse than it is in Bel Belgium.
gium. Belgium. The fleeing people of Buko Bukowina
wina Bukowina are living like animals in caves
and fighting with wolves for such,
sustenance as the snow covered coun--try
affords. 4

I have moved by office to the Gary
block, northwest corner second floor,
entrance between Marion Hardware
and 5 and 10 cent stores. Same phone,
No. 11. A. L. Izlar, M. D. 20-12t

Our new samples for Spring Clothes are how on display by the hundreds, and we can please you, no matter how difficult you
may be to suit. Let us show you that we can make you as good suit as you can buy anywhere, and at less money. And we make
them right here where you can try them on while they're being made lip. Every garment is measured, cut and tailored right in
our own shops by an experienced tailor, and it's ours until you're satisfied; Give us a trial.

We cut and design
a pattern for each

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As a Preparation for High School

j Paper read by Miss Katherine Scott
before the Marion County Educational
j Association, Jan. 16, 1915.

English is so thoroughly practical,
so necessary in.the daily life of every
person that it' needs no other excuse
for occupying a large space in the

Re-Established January 6, 1915

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grammar is the most poorly taught be the useful acquisition of a keen

I of all branches in the district schools. 1 observation of all grammatical forms

Pupils leave the elementary schools iand usaSs? This Sive the need"
fairly proficient in arithmetic, history,! appreciation cf literature and
etc., but fearfully deficient in the es-je senste of honest Proprietorship in
sentials of grammar. Numerous caus-; h" anud T
es are assigned for this, weakness. ; flld the x to huand ; f n
Perhaps the most acceptable is the j tongue undented to those that shall
. iL.i i j : m n come after.

xaci, uiai grammar is a uimcuit stuuy.

There are so many peculiarities in
our language, and pupils are plunged
into a mass of definitions, rules, and

school curriculum. We study English statements until they become-help-

to gain the power of interpretation j lessly lost like the boy who declared

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We Put
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and the power of expression to train

ourselves to think accurately and to
speak correctly.
To speak correctly is the first work
of an educated person. He may know
little or nothing of mathematics and
the world may be none the wiser.
But let him open his mouth to speak
and commit a single blunder and he
is classed with the uneducated. The
world cannot take, the time to look
into every 1 man's record to discover
what he hasv studied and what, he has
not. The one great test is ever at
hand does he speak correct English?
We have only to ask a question wait
for a passing remark, and very often
the matter is settled.
I have been asked to discuss this
morning, "Grammar School English as
a Preparation for High School Eng English"
lish" English" just ; what knowledge of Eng English
lish English a high school English teacher
may expect of the pupils just enter entering
ing entering the department.
A student must have some definite
equipment for his English work in
the high school. He cannot follow
the course without some degree of
preparation, moreover, he must be on
the alert constantly to improve and

increase his equipment. It is taken
for granted that his observations and
experiences have given him a store of
thoughts opinions and convictions.
His previous education should supply
him with a considerable stock of gen general
eral general information. He should .have
been taught to use his powers of observation-
to use his eyes and ears
to some purpose.
When he enters the high school, he

i should also have a perfect storehouse

of memory gems, simple little poems
nnd passages from our world of great
liters. These will serve him as
"tcuch-stones of literature" during his

-rnaining years of school life and in indeed
deed indeed throughout his life. It is not

, asking too much surely of the prima

ry and grade teachers to ask that the

child be able to interpret what he
reads to get the thought in the line
and occasionally between the lines
forms such a large part of the course

in the grades. Is it too' much to ex

pect the child to be able to read in

telligently after eight years of prep

aration? 1

Then may we high school teachers

not ask-r-nay, deamnd that the pu

pils coming to us be able to spell
with a fair degree of accuracy and

that they should command a good

working vocabulary of words that are

in recognized good use? The simpler

rules of capitalization and punctua

tion should have been so instilled in

the pupil's mind by constant practice

and drill that they have become sec

ond nature with him.

A pupil entering the high school

should have been early taught the

"habit of writing." So much of the

horror of theme writing is due to lack

of familiarity with the deed. A child

who has not had the proper training
in the grades and the constant prac practice
tice practice approaches it as a formidable de demon
mon demon in the high' school.
No pupil should be allowed to leave
the grades until he is able to pre prepare
pare prepare a neat paper -with clean, direct,
complete sentences, correctly spelled,
punctuated and capitalized on any
subject of his school work. But it

'isn't enough that he be able to write

correctly. He should from the first
be required to express himself in
clear, well-formed sentences in a dis distinct
tinct distinct voice in every oral recitation.

Some kind of written work should
be done in every grade at least once
a week. This work made very
interesting, if the exercises are let letters,
ters, letters, diaries, rules for games, consti constitutions
tutions constitutions for clubs, and other vitally
connected with life.
Pronunciation is a part of the Eng English
lish English course and must not be neglect neglected.
ed. neglected. It is much easier to learn in early
life to pronounce a word correctly
than it is to make a change in matur maturity.
ity. maturity. Therefore, it ii wisest to be dili diligent
gent diligent in drilling direct pronunciation
into the minds of younger pupils.
Teach them the use of the dictionary.
Encourage them to look up the mean meaning
ing meaning and pronunciation of words.
Do I hear you say that, this is a
high'standard of preparation for high
school English that I have set? Yes,
it is high, but would you be satisfied
with a lower one? Would you be
satisfied to see your pupils go out in into
to into the world with less knowledge of
the English language and with less

I ability to apply it? You are not pre

paring your pupils just for high school
but a large per cent of them you are
equipping for life itself.

Do you know that of all the minor
ailments colds are by far the most
dangerous? It is not the colds them themselves
selves themselves that you need to fear, but the
serious diseases that they so often
lead to. For that reason every cold
should bq gotten rid of with the least
possible delay. To accomplish this you

On Saturday and Monday, t 18
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth cf other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf


Soda Water, Cigars, and Cigarettes
win be sold only for f ash Hereafter

' By J.'J. GERIG, Proprietor

"I cant see no sense in grammar, no nohow."
how." nohow." A great portion of our advanced
grammars are encumbered with hard
words, obstruse thoughts and difficult
principles. They serve to enhance the
difficulty which the ordinary youth
experiences in grasping and assimil assimilating
ating assimilating the facts of grammar and create
a distaste, for the study. Difficulties
confront the" student in the diversity
of opinion among grammarians as to
the proper classification and momen momen-clature
clature momen-clature for certain expressions much,
however, can be done to overcome
these difficulties and this distaste for
grammar by beginning early and keep keeping
ing keeping the work simple enough for the
understanding of the children.
Technical grammar should not be
taught before the seventh year. The
lower grades .should have composi composition
tion composition or language work and applied
grammar and have it in 'abundance.
In the beginning tell the child in
simple but attractive manner fairy
tales, fables and Bible stories. Have
him reproduce them, paying attention
to the correct speech.- Give him con conversational
versational conversational lessons on subjects of in interest
terest interest around him home, geography,
nature, etc., thus develop his powers
of expression. Make free use of pic-

tures as a oasis ior stories. i$y tne will find Chamberlain's Cough Rem-

use of masterpieces of art and litera- j edy of great help to you. It loosens a

ture even in the first years, a Iovelcoia relieves tne lungs, aias expec expec-for
for expec-for tHe beautiful can be installed at a "l" aU

ume wnen impressions win De lasting, dealers. adv

By applied grammar is meant the
contsant use of exercise which will
bring about correct oral and written
expressions indelibly on the mind of
the child, frequent dictation exercises,
and unceasing drill to develop the
sentence sense. Almost daily exercise
should be given in dictation to teach

the use of capital letters, of punct punctuation,
uation, punctuation, marks, of the possessive form,

of abreviations, and of contractions.

Copying reproduction, memorizing of

prose and poetic selections, should

claim full attention in fixing the cor correct
rect correct forms of expression.

The child must be taught that an

expression in order to be a

must completely express

Any and every device which will aid
in fixing the idea of the sentence as
a unit of thought will be worth while.
This work should not -begin until the
study of single words, parts of speech,
but with the sentence structure. Teach
the sentence as a whole, then the sep separate
arate separate parts. We no longer devote
tedious hours to the drill on the parts
of speech until the sentence is thought
of as a whole. The child of today is
not required to build up the mother
tongue 'bit by bit as if it were some something
thing something new and strange.
In the seventh year of school the

child, begins the study of technical
grammar as such. The time should
be largely devoted to the function.',

classification and use ot the dinerent

parts of speech. At least two months j
shnnlH hf civpn to fhf Ktndv o" the

verb. Time is necessary in working j

out the forms, uses, agreements, com-!
binations etc. Sentence analysis al also
so also claims part of the time in this'
year but the more complicated forms j
of analysis should be left until thej
next year. J
The main purpose of the study of:

grammar in the eighth grade is to i&r&'f&tf&

and to make the pupils feel the unity j
of the subject. A rapid series should j
be made of the parts of speech, with:
a careful study of syntax. Most of;


an idea.)

lll was glad when they said unto
me, let us go into the house of the
Lord." Psalms.


Of unequalled QUALITY,
such ascare(hcre
salt of extraordinary care
Ek watchfulness la the pur-
chase of only the Highest
Grade of Raw Materials.
The workmanship also
is watched as carefully
and the same unremitting

xvatchfulness enters into
the manufacture of cur
Gups, Bars, Drops and
other Counter Goods as in
If yon wast a Nonrishia?.
Strengthening Chocolate, rti j
Ileal Food Value, end at the
- same time having ap!aaTit
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And let me add "that one of the most! the work should be on the analysis

serious drawbacks in the English
work is the fact that pupils get the

Funeral Directors

of sentences with special emphasis
on the complete sentence form. Se-

impression that correct English andjlect the exercises to be studied from
neat papers are to be used only in the S good literature, which is the real bas bas-English
English bas-English class and in composition, j is of grammar. Instead of having a
Let every recitation be a recitation pupil "make up" sentences, let him
in English and vou will see a mar-! use illustrative passages from stand-

vejous transformation. j ard authors. This will show him that fjrje CaSkclS Slid Curia! Ro!)S.
I would" lav stress on one other he is. dealing with the facts of the

! equipment that a pupil needs wSen j language and r.ot mere theories of D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
he enters high school are for that 1 grammarians. Funeral Directors
matter any workshop or profession in Of course the use of literary master-; s w k Done b Licensed Embal-

the world, and that is a iair knowl-; pieces ior grammatical purposes
edge of English Grammar and a fa- should not supplant or even interfere
Imiliarity with the English idiom. with their proper use and real value
"Grammar is the humble, of t-de-j as works of art. But while the mind
KrnsprL hut trulv loval handmaid of is bemg enriched and the artistic

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An English writer, Aleister Crow-j
ley. argues ine case oi ine jvaiser i
and against his own countrymen as
TVk TfsiitiA Vine alwava rion ti1 i

today, a man of peace. He has inTlThe Crown Prince is for war; I ban- ;
deed lived up to the maxim Si vis pa- ish him from the Court. When I die j J
cem, para bellum and, loaded with j let him be master; but while I live Ij J
the legacy of hate which the impoli-l am for peace. And let him that draws j J
tic annexation of Alsace-Lorraine, had the gword perish by the sword!" l
thrust upon his shoulders, he could do , . .
no less without offering the breast of j And the Triple Entente gatheredj

Germanv to the ravisher.
In a hundred crises he kept his
head; he kept the peace. He had plen plenty
ty plenty of chances 'to smash France for forever;
ever; forever; he did not take them.
It would have been easy to. destroy
the Russian menace at the time when
Japan was straining the sinews of the
Tartar giant, or when the Moscow
Revolution- showed that the Tsar could
not trust his own soldiers, and the Im
perial Guard, hastily summoned from
St. Petersburg shut up the garrison
of Moscow in the Kremlin, trained
their own guns upon them, and dis disarmed
armed disarmed them The Kaiser did nothing.
And then came the Triple Entente.
Germany was held like a deer in a
lion's jaws. Austria her only friend,
was being ruined by insidious poli
tics even more surely than by open
attacks. arred in the Adriatic, bar barred
red barred in the Baltic, the Teuton had but
one small strip of reasonably open
coast, mat the Kaiser maae tnat
the greatest naval base in the world
was held to be a "menace."
Surely the Russo-Japanese war and
the Boer war showed plainly if any
loot mere were who couiu nut see
it a priori- that the greatest, widest,
best and only impregnable military
base is the sea. Today we can bring
Russian 'troops f rom Vladivostock or j
Archangel and land them at Ostend,j
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a million, at a time, and Germany f
wnet h wall corvftrt mrfoM hv sniPS
if she knows of the operation in time
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to guard against it. Such a power j
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Is it then so treacherous and aggres
sive if Germany, threatened by an al-
liance (hyprocritically described as
rn entente) of powers out numbering ;
her by six to one sought to keep open;
a path to raid that universal base of
From Vercingetorix to Wilhelm I,
Germany, as Germany, hardly could
claim a victory. Even today it is mil
itary Prussia which drags Bavaria 1
art-lover, and all "the peasant provin-
Aao Tirol A m

T j j iwere on the water, half-way to Mar-
Junker and his fierceness and his i
bravery and. his aristocratic prestige. .
- ,v. He knew that this time there was
mil1 -n orrnv An 1 T hilt fnr T n O vnnt. i

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fact which every German feels; that,
unarmed he would be the morsel of a
moment for the Russian octopus, or
the toy to grasp and shatter of some
warrior schoolboy like Caesar or Na-
' poleon. v
And since the Entente the ordeal of
the Kaiser has been Promethean. In Insult
sult Insult after insult he has had to swal swallow;
low; swallow; injury upon injury he has had to
endure. The Kiao-Chau adventure,
"harmless and rational, was balked,
then sterilized, then counterpoised.
The colonies-did not prosper. England
built like a maniac against his navy;
Churchill deliberately pulled his nose
by the impudent proposal for limita limitation
tion limitation of arguments.
Agadir was a fresh humiliation; for
a few acres of uninhabitable jungle on
the Congo he had to surrender all in interest
terest interest in Morocco, a country he had
nursed for years.
The last straw was the BaScan war.
Blotted was his one hopeNof escape to
the East; his ewe-lamb, (Turkey, was
torn to pieces before his eyes, and he
could not stir a finger to prevent it.
Austria still blocked in the Adriatic,
r Italy alienated from the Triple Al
liance, the Slav expanding every
where, Constantinople itself threaten

ed, Romania (even) towrd DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
Russia, he must have felt like a vie-; , ...
. ., j3Bv local amplications, as tnev cannot
tim of that maiden of armour ,and ZX h Msed to?rtion of the ear.

spears that once executed justice on j
the weak. What was his only sue
cess? The formation of the knigdom
- of Albania a kingdom pour rire, a
kingdom a la Gilbert and Sullivan,
Prince William of Wied less like a

cat on hot bricks than like a spider on j when it is entirely closed, deafness
avowing shove, He never possess-; Z
ed-so much as his capital in peace.heari will be destroyed forever;
a i ii .x A,vliVkA i a a 1

Aiiu. an oi tins was tictuiiipioicv
without sword drawn or cannon fired
Xicre uich fiuuu nuucim, uauuwcoo
but defeated.
TT J 1 U A
failed; his one ally was handicapped
by domestic unrest; he was isolated
in Europe; England was increasing
her navy at a pace which he could nev never
er never beat France with her three years'

law, was proposing- to increase her!
army'50 per cent, at a stroke; Russia!

was truining the flank, pushing onj
through the Balkans subtly and sure.
And the Kaiser answered, "l am;
the servant of God; I stand for peace.
closer and cnucKied; Anai ne aare not;
fight. Let us frighten the garotte!
So Servia plots and executes the
plots and executes
crime of Sarajevo. Austria, its aged
Emperor smitten yet again and most
foully, demands imperatively the dis disclosure
closure disclosure of the accompolices of the as assassins.
sassins. assassins. Servia replies in terms of
evasion, evasion impudently cynical.
Austria stirs. Russia and there is
no pretence possible, the murder of
the Archduke was either instigated
by Panslavism or was a threat equal equally
ly equally to the Tsar as to any other ruler
replies by mobilizing. Before Aus Austria
tria Austria had moved a man or a gun, Rus Russia
sia Russia mobilizes..
And what was the position of the
German Emperor? His bankers told
him that Germany could no longer
endure the weight of its armour; the
incident of Zabern had shown the
Junker3 that they could still control
the social democrats,but that another
year of two would see the end of their
power. He must strike now or never.
He looked about him. The weak weakness
ness weakness of the British gOTernment and its
supposed preoccupation with the Ul Ulster
ster Ulster folly and the suffragettes en encouraged
couraged encouraged him to hope.
He saw France, mere rottenness, its
r ...
A ... .
All things conspired; he would make
- A.
, r
... A, , ,
Anu men ne suuueiuy Knew uiai
m was no gooa. lxotning was any
good; nothing would ever be any gooa
Sir Edward Grey spoke for'
peace, spoke of neutrality, in the
House of Commons at a moment when
thousands of British troops were al already
ready already in Belgian waters, and the fleet,
concentrated and ready for action,' al already
ready already held the North Sea.
France withdrew her troops 1 from
the frontier "so as to.aviod any pos possibility
sibility possibility of incidents which might ,be
mistaken for aggression," while her
Algerian and Senegambian troops
ino hope for peace. Abdication itself
.. A
would hardly have saved Germany
from a long-prepared, carefully-planned
war, a war whose avowed object,
an object i rtthe mouth of every man
in the street, was the destruction of
Austria, the dismemberment of Ger Germany.
many. Germany. They had got him.
Even a worm will turn; even a
Quaker will fight if he is cornered.
And so Wilhelm struck.
Orlando Sentinel: Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Steinback, of Toronto, Canada, who
have spent a month in Cuba, are in
the city for a few days. Mr. Stein Steinback
back Steinback says that Cuba is a great coun country,
try, country, but that the citizenship of Flori Florida
da Florida is so vastly superior to that-of
Cuba, and the advantages of Uncle
Sam's government are so great that
no American citizen, bent on citrus
culture, can afford to pass over Flor Florida
ida Florida simply because of the warmer win winter
ter winter winds of Cuba. After having
spent several winters' in California,
Mr. Steinback says that v this trip
j through Florida has been a revela
tion to him.
There is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of the austachian tube. When this
tube is inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imnerfect hearing, and
: nine cases out 01 ien are causcu uy
catarrh, which is nothing but an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous sur-
. 1 AA A1
lars for any case of deafness (caused
by catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
culars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Sold bv druggists, 75c. Toledo O.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con

stipation, adv

Don't. Buy Tires Until it is Necessary
All Tires are Repaired and Guaranteed by Me
. (Personally.). This is Not Hot Air
I llll...
Agent Fop Fislc and Firestone Tires
Next to Express Office N. Main St. Ocala, Florida.

Do You Know Your Age and Birth-
' day? I
How old are you? When were you
born? See if you really know. See
if your children know how old they
are. -;
-Do not laugh at these simple ques-
Hons until you try the test. Assume
that you were born on March 16th,
and that you are 16 years old, in
what year were you born ?
According to a recent issue of the
Public Health Reports, it is a common
occurrence to find children in school,
even high school pupils in the. junior
and senof years who cannot tell how
j,old they are, or who if they do, 'can
not tell accurately in what year they
were born.
You will need this information when
you apply for a marriage license, or
in case you claim that you are heir
to a fortune that is going to some
! other person, or in registering for
t mder Qath as
to your age when you pay your cus customs
toms customs upon return from your next
European trip, so you should prac practice
tice practice up.
In some of our states there is no!
birth registration, so you may not
be able to prove from the records
that you ever were bora. This might
be embarrassing to you if you want
to marry in Europe.
Perhaps the easiest way to remem remember
ber remember your age is to form some jingle
or rhyme on your birth year. For
instance; "In 1897 little Johnnie came
from Heaven," or "in 1882 little Susie
began to boo." Never mind what the
rhyme is, just so you remember it and
if, after reaching the age of 40, you
want to prove that you are only 23
years, old, just change the rhyme and
perhaps people will believe you when
you repeat the jingle to prove your
-What the Women are Doing
The women of warring nations are
nursing, cheering and comforting the
wounded or dying. The women- of
Europe not only wrap bandages and
scrape lint, 'but they tend the farms,
dig coal, carry burdens and do the
work of the men now under arms.
Every male fighter, however brawny
and heroic, was iborn of woman; the
high courage and hardihood that are
a nation's strength are inherited from
the mother.
Young mothers .who preserve the
charms of face and -fienire in spite of
an increasing family and the care of
growing children, are always to be
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derstand understand why thousands of other
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sum Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
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IRON PIPE, 1-8 TO 10 INCHES ' 1 1
Valves and fittings to match

For Toothache.
Toothache Is essentially an Inflam Inflammatory
matory Inflammatory condition, and in 99 per cent of
the cases there is a cavity in the tooth.
In those cases where there is a cavity,
but no nerve exposure, the treatment
is simple apply a sedative arid ex exclude
clude exclude the secretions of the mouth from
the cavity; promV relief will follow,
and then advise the patient to visit
a competent dentist, says a dentist.
A very effective agent, and one al always
ways always at hand, is the oil of cloves. It
yr, '""'JT""
vuc a. ciiicuj auu tun uuuciug 11
into the cavity with a toothpick or
other pointed instrument; that being
done, the secretions are kept out by
filling the cavity with a little beeswax,
a household remedy always at hand.
The wax can be applied by warming
over a lamp on the point of a knife and
forcing into the cavity. The wax fill filling
ing filling serves not only the purpose of
keeping the secretions of the mouth
out, but prevents thermal changes
from affecting the nerve when hot and
cold substances are taken Into the
Cure, for Snake Bite.
Many are the curious methods
adopted for curing snake bites, but
surely none can be more so than a
way of which our Bhavnagar corre correspondent
spondent correspondent informs us. Two natives in
a village 'near that station were, he
says, Drought hack to life after being
bitten by a cobra.
The victims were seated on the
ground and then held, while from a
height of 16 feet gallons and gallons
of hot water were poured on their
heads. Presently, according to the cor correspondent,
respondent, correspondent, the victims "took a new
lease of life," and are now as well as
though they had never been in the
jaws of death.
Tie explanation to this "cure prob probably
ably probably Is that the snake, as often hap happens,
pens, happens, it its victims, but injected no
poison into them. Thus the men were
merely frightened, and continued to
be frightened until the pain caused by
the douche of hot water gave them
something else to think aboutCivil
and Military Gazette.
Miss Louise Gamsby, the librarian
in charge1 of the library, which no
has its quarters in the Marion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country people to now that they
are welcome to come to the library
at any time and read the docks. Also
that there are a terge number of
magazines there to be given out to
those who wish them, magazines that
have been given by different persons
who have finished with them.
By calling phone 251 or 516 you
can get auto service at all hours; re responsible
sponsible responsible chauffeurs and charges rea reasonable.
sonable. reasonable. Van Boney, Owner. 1-5-tf


Nicknames of Prize Fighters.
There was, a time when nearly every
prominent prize fighter had a nick nickname
name nickname more generally used by admir admirers
ers admirers than his real name, and some of
these were picturesque. William
Thompson, who won the championship
Sn 1835, was known as Bendigo. The
Australian mining town was named af after
ter after him, and although some of its in inhabitants
habitants inhabitants managed to have it re re-christened
christened re-christened Sandhurst, the now name
never caught on.
.Never give a child cough "medicine
that contains opium in any form..
When opium is given other and more more-serious
serious more-serious diseases may follow. Long ex experience
perience experience has demonstrated that there
is no better or safer medicine for
coughs, colds and croup in children.
tnan vnamDeriam's oougn Kemedy.
It is equally valuable for adults. Try
it. It contains no opium or other
harmful drug. For sale by all deal dealers,
ers, dealers, adv
Good Word fcr the Grass-Widower.
"No one seems to dwell on. the
charms of the grass-widower; and of
all men, he Is the most attractive.
He hasn't a wife In his Immediate
vicinity to demand all his attentions;
he hajn't th consciousness of his own
eligibility like the average bachelor.
nor the shadow of a dead romance
about him like a bona-fide widower.
In fact, for ordinary social purposes
there's nothing so convepient or
charming s the grass-widower."
Mararet Kl-br
Foes and Friends.
When two men are extremely po polite
lite polite to each other It is a sign that
they say, "Hello, you onery old pup!"
and "How's yourself, you porch porch-climbing
climbing porch-climbing eld horsethief ?" they are
?ood friends. Ci-"?nnatl Enquirer.
Pulsations of the Blood.
A grown-up person has ordinarily
twenty-eight pounds of blood, and at
each pulsation of the heart ten ounces
are sent through the arteries and
M "O t f-
minute in Infancy, 80 in manhood as4
60 in old age, and are rather ,more
rapid in women than in men.
Why Pheasant Is Valued.
The renown of the pheasant as a
game bird is due, to Its skill in hid hiding
ing hiding Itself on the ground, the fine
shots tbaf it off"-? v.'hen driven from
Cover, and the opportunities it affords
to the fine art of "TVprV
Quite In Accord.
"When we were married we thought
our tastes were congenial!" says she.
"Well," answered he, "they are. We
both like to argue." Wellington
Victrolas, music and musical sup supplies
plies supplies at The Murray Company. It


11 IX, Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
" J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocra, Fla., wstoTfice as second class matter.
A man who starts with a common farm and ends with a good one has
made a business success. A good farm will carry him safely through vhe
declining years of life.
Many farmers are finding an account with the Munroe & Chambliss Nat National
ional National Bank of value and assistance in improving the farm. Even though they
may not seem to be adding to their wealtn, they are, nevertheless for so long
as his farm is improving, the farmer is making good money.
This bank values its farmer customers and welcomes every opportunity
to serve their best interests.



One year, .in advance.- ..$5.00
Six months, in advanced ... 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
On month, in advance. ... .50
Nobody likes any better than the
Star to see young folks enjoy them themselves,
selves, themselves, but in Ocala skating on the
sidewalks is being carried to excess.
Its all right, we think, for the boys
and girls 1 to skate in the residence
parts' of town.' But the skaters are
becoming prevalent in the business
ceViter, crossing the streets and often
going into the stores.
-A boy or girl on skates, .is a pro projectile
jectile projectile that can move with considera considerable
ble considerable force, and, when going in one
direction and looking in another, as
young folks are much given to doing,
on a crowded street is not only an in inconvenience
convenience inconvenience but a danger.
No matter how skillful a skater
mKy be, he hasn't entire control of
himself, and in a crowd is a potent
threat oi accident.
Skating t is an entrancing and
healthy sport and the Star is glad to
see the children enjoying themselves
on the .sidewalks of the back streets.
We are willing to give the entire way
any time to a bunch of boys or girls
careering by on the limbic rollers.
But they should keep away from the
business center, where they interfere
with traffic and expose themselves to
considerable danger. If they are al allowed
lowed allowed to continue skating across the
streets near the square, one of them
will sooner or later get mixed up
with an auto, and a funeral will prob probably
ably probably result.
In Jacksonville the other day, a
prominent t citizen almost ruined his
fine car in dodging a boy who skated
right in front of the machine, and we
-Cdoat know when the same ; or worse
"will happen ih Ocala.
All the men of Ocala, between the
rages of 20 and 100, are urged to be
present tomorrow morning at 9:30
v o cjock at ine annex, to atiena me in interesting
teresting interesting session of the business
vw' fllaes f TV Y o 4- Vl r 1 c -f- Clmrio
; school. Be sure to attend. It will do
you good, whether you are saint or
sinner." -..-v-v
Its the Star's opinion that woman
would be entirely content to remain
in her place as the clinging vine if
man would properly pull off his stunt
as the sturdy oak. Brutal or neglect neglectful
ful neglectful husbands, lazy bachelors and lib libertines
ertines libertines are first among the causes
that make so many women prefer
business life to trying to make
homes. :-
A plea of irresponsibility on ac account
count account of an overdose of drugs does
not avail in the federal court. Per Perkins,
kins, Perkins, who killed F. W. R. Hinman,
manager of the Times-Union, while
labor frig under extraordinary excite excitement
ment excitement induced by a headache medicine,
was found guilty of manslaughter
yesterday, and will serve three years
in a federal prison. Miami Herald.
Which will probably cure him of
his bad habit; but all he can do in the
remainder of his life will not atone
for the harm he has done.
Somebody said that Powell was
sick, but we hadn't noticed any rays
lacking from the Clearwater Sun.
Governor Manning, has re-enlisted
the South Carolina militia dismissed
by ex-Governor Blease a few days
Undisturbed by what is going on in
Europe, the fatheads in Congress re refuse
fuse refuse to make an adequate appropria appropriation
tion appropriation for an aviation corps.
Editor Holly of the Sanford Her Herald
ald Herald speaks out in meeting and gives
his opinion of a case now in the
courts of his county. Seems to be a

One year- in advance
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, In advance,
One month, in advance. .

case for comment, but every lawyer in
Sanford will probably tell him he
should have remained silent.
The Manufacturers; Record con contains
tains contains mention of the organization of
a new company in Tampa recently,
the Kennon Wood Preservative Co.,
handling paints and varnishes. The
officers of the company are W. D.
Tompkins, president; L. W. Duval,
secretary; A. P. Stuckey, treasurer,
all of Ocala, and W. Kennon, of Tam Tampa,'
pa,' Tampa,' vice president. The capital stock
of the company is $25,000.
Mr. Davids S. Woodrow returned
yesterday afternoon from Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, where he attended the meeting
and organization of the Florida Real Realty
ty Realty Association, of which he was elect elected
ed elected vice president for this section.
Probably one of the best assets of the
organization is the fact that the
Southern Settlement and Develop
ment Organization will refer, all of
its inquiries to the agents composing
the association, and will cooperate
with the association in its work.
The Times-Union gives the follow following
ing following description of the meeting:
s The Florida Realty Association, io
be capitalized at $50,000, was organ
, . ,
and attended by some of the best
. i
known real estate men of the state.
. ... ,
" T I
IV :"111 ue giving ox correc,
mformation concerning property n.
f rom misrepresent ation. The meeting
was held in the rooms of the Jackson-
ville Real Estate Exchange. Appli Application
cation Application will be made at Once for letters
patent' incorporating the concern. :
Officers were named yesterday as
follows:- i t
George E. Leonard, Jacksonville,
president; E. C. Stuart, Bartow; V.
W. Gould, DeLand, E. Moyse, Plant
City; David S. Woodrow, Ocala;
George Colburn, Lake City; T. M.
Weir, Tampa; James Watson, Pensa Pensa-cola;
cola; Pensa-cola; W. C. Warrington, Jacksonville;
B. J. Butts, Jacksonville, vice presi presidents,
dents, presidents, and B. F. McGraw, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, secretary and treasurer.
As soon as the legal formalities of
securing a charter are complied with,
the concern will get down to business.
That there is great interest in this
movement was the statement of those
present yesterday, as it will be oppos opposed
ed opposed to land dealers who are unscrup unscrupulous
ulous unscrupulous in selling to investors. So-
called land sharks, it is stated, have
done much harm to the state in the
past. Only lands certified by the best
experts will be handled by the new
In connection with this phase of the
work, a competent agent will be main
tained in every county seat of the
state, and especially in the cities and
towns. It is believed that in this
manner ample protection can be giv
en to investors. A large number of
those who had been invited to the
meeting were prevented from being
present. On this account letters and
telegrams literally poured into the
Real Estate JExchange, where the
meeting was being held. All those
present felt there is a great field for
this concern, and mean to push it on
to complete organization as soon as
We are prone to believe that the
hanging of a few of those people who
commit murder while "temporarily
insane" would go long way towards
wiping out that peculiar affliction.
Tampa Times.
Suppose you back up this theory by j
denouncing the next plea of the sort
that is made in. your bailiwick.

Event of Cast' Night a Pleasant Pre Preliminary
liminary Preliminary to the Undertaking
The, Silver Springs Canal Commis Commission
sion Commission gave its first smoker, last night
at Dewey's Cafe..
The object of the smoker and oys oyster
ter oyster supper was to get the members
of the association together and to ac acquaint
quaint acquaint the guests who were invited
with the objects and aims of the com commission
mission commission and association.
' About sixty men attended the smok smoker,
er, smoker, some good talks were made and
the two hours from 9 till 11 were en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by them all.
Mr. Dewey served the guests with
oysters raw, fried and stewed, bread,
crackers, olives, pickles, slaw, coffee
and cigars and there was more than
could be eaten of, the good things pre prepared.
pared. prepared. t
In the absence of Col. R. F. Rogers,
president of the Board of Trade, Mr.
W. T. Gary, one of the original mem
bers and an earnest Worker in the
cause,, was asked to preside as chair chairman,
man, chairman, and toast master, which he did
in a most entertaining manner. Y
Short speeches were made by differ
ent gentlemen during the evening all
of which were interesting and timely.
Mr. Gary, very briefly stated the
-bjects and hopes of the association.
JIs also told of the organization and
the commission.. The Ocala-Silver
Springs Canal Association is compos-
K 0 Mr.nU v Ql,oe,
ed of members who enroll their names
..v Crt
with the association and pay 50 cents
a month dues.' A member can carry
ag many memberships as he wishes
fay paying( 50 Ws a month for each
one of them.,'
The canal commission is composed
of eight members, who were named
by the president of the Marion Coun
To Tine

Mr. D. W. Tompkins, a member of
the Light and Water Committee of
the City Council, has stated to the un un-dersigned
dersigned un-dersigned that the article recently
published in the Ocala papers, signed
by Florida Power Company, does not
correctly set forth his attitude and
that instead of having expreased him himself
self himself as being opposed to any propo proposition
sition proposition made or to be made, by Florida
Power Company, to the City of Ocala,
he is in fact in favor of considering
such proposition and of giving it fair
and Impartial consideration by the
City Council and the citizens of Ocala.
We cheerfully acknowledge our
mistake in classifying Mr. Tompkins
with Messrs. Meffert and Gerig on
this issue and wish to say that Flor Florida
ida Florida Power Company is much gratified
at the fairness and impartiality of
1 Mr. Tompkins, and that we withdraw
the statement heretofore made in so
far as it relates to him.
FIofMsi Foweff Coo
By R. C. CAMP.


ty Board of Trade, two of them are
commissioned by the board of trade
for one year, two by the city council
for two years, two by the board of j
county commissioners for three years
and two by the governor of Florida
for four years each.
Thus the board perpetual
and two new members will be ap appointed
pointed appointed and commissioned each year
as. the shorter terms expire.
As was stated last night, the asso association
ciation association does not expect to begin-actual
construction work on the canal
with the small membership collections,
but they do expect, with a member membership
ship membership of a thousand or more to have
a fund sufficient for publicity work,
preliminary surveys, etc., and when
the movement has gained sufficient
headway and the public is thoroughly
awakened to the importance of a canal
from Silver Springs to our city, with
boats and barges delivering freight
from Jacksonville to the heart of the
city, it is expected that aid can be
secured from the federal government
as well as from the city and the
county, in the way of bonds
Commodore Goodwin, of Lake Weir,
made THE speech of the evening.
The commodore was the especially in invited
vited invited guest; in fact, the smoker had
been postponed largely to have him
present. As usual, the ; commodore
made a bully talk. He is heartily in
favor of the movement, thinks it
thoroughly practical and will give it
every aid and assistance in his power.
Commodore Goodwin is heart and soul
in favor of all movements for the bet
terment of Lake Weir, Ocala, Silver
Springs and Marion county, and is one
of the best workers that any body of
men ever corralled.
Two civil engineers, Messrs. R. L.
Martin and J. R. Moorehead, made

short talks. They believed in the
movement and know that it is feasible.
Mr. MacKay, president of the Board
of Trade for the past two 'years, is
in favor of the movement and is one
of its fathers.
Mr. Baxter Carn, whom Mr. Gary
introduced as probably the original
booster for the canal association and
the man who has done most for the
cause, made a fine talk. V Mr. Cam
has his whole heart set on the build
ing of a canal to Ocala and will never
rest till it is accomplished.' He said
that the saving in freight that is
paid out from Ocala would itself
build the canal in a comparatively
few years.
Mr. Frank Harris of the Banner
made a good talk, as did Mr. David
S. Woodrow, Mr. Jake Gerig, Sir.
Colbert and others.
Messrs. W. D. Carn, chairman of the
Board of County Commissioners, and
Mr. J. T. Hutchins,, of the second dis district,
trict, district, both spoke in favor of the can canal
al canal and put themselves on record as
believing the county should help fi
nance the matter when it came to the
work of construction, and personally,
too, they were ih favor of it.
Mr. Jack McCully and Mr. R. W.
Erwin from the west side of the coun
ty made good booster talks.
Mr. Ed Carmichael said he was in
favor of anything that would help
Ocala, and while he was not a' member
of the association he favored the
movement. ':,
Mr. M. L. Mershon rhade a good ad
dress on the same line. 1
There were probably others who
made talks, but the; reporter did not
take note of them &11.
At the close, Mr. Gary announced
that Mr. Rooney, secretary of the
Board of Trade would "pronounce the
benediction" and Mr. Rooney made one
of his happy, optomistic and booster
talks which was heartily' applauded
and the smoker was over.
Florida Masons Will Elect' a' Perma
nent Tribute to the Memory of
a Good Man
Mr. C. Y. Miller returned Friday
from the meeting of the Grand-
Lodge of Florida, F. & A. M., in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mr. Miller says it was the
best, grand lodge meeting he ever at attended,
tended, attended, and is specially proud of the
fact that the Masons at his request
appropriated $200 for a monument of
their late beloved brother, Henry W.
The Masons re-elected :. all their
J t3 V j- t T Ttrfl
grana loage oincers, repass xj.
son of Marianna being grand master.
Mr. C E. Connor of Ocala and Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha was again elected district
deputy grand master of this, the
twelfth district. ;
Our new seeds for spring planting
for both field and garden, are now in.
We can furnish them in any quantity
on short notice.
13-tf Bitting & Mathews,
First class wood, any length, quick
delivery. Call phone 3M, four rings.
J. M. Potter. 18-Ct
We fill your prescriptions just as
they should be, and get them to you
in the shortest possible time. Phone
284. The Court Pharmacy. 22-6t
An army appropriation bill, carry carrying
ing carrying $101,000,000, has passed the
Victrolas, music and musical sup supplies
plies supplies at The Murray Company. It




(If you have' any items for this department, call 'phone 106)

The Scotch Evening
The members pf the Ocala Epworth
League and a number of their friends
spent a most enjoyable evening at the
home of Mr-and" Mrs. George Rentz
yesterday, in honor of Robert Burns,
the Scottish natiohalpoet, born Jan.

- 4

- t C

25, 1759.

The program : as'; advertised ..was

carried out, with the exception of one
number, which was supplied by Miss
Ruth Rentz in a musical selection,-"O,
Little Lan o' the Highlands."
Scotch guestsr and those of Scotch
ancestry were required to register,
each receiving a badge of Scotch
plaid. Among these were Dr. J. M.
Gross, Miss -'Maud, Melnlosh, Duncan
IcDonald and rs. Jessie Marshall,
he '- mother of 'bur fellow townsman,
G. W. Martin., : ,
: One of the most interesting and in instructive
structive instructive features was the talk given
By Dr. Gross," descriptive of his trav travels
els travels through Scotland. r
An original Scotch romance was
read, Mrs.' Gross supplying most
titles, will be expected to serve on
double duty at the next league enter entertainment
tainment entertainment which was announced as a
red letter social to be given on the
19th of February.
During intermission, Scotch quota quotations,
tions, quotations, written on cards knotted with
plaid ribbon were distributed and read
by the guests. V
Visiting guests were Mr. W. Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald Green, of South Carolina, who
is visiting his sister, Mrs. 'T. E.
Bridges, and Mrs.' Meade of Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, Ohio. : :
Mrs. Rentz served; fruit lemonade
and wafers at the conclusion of the
exercises j and altogetlier the evening
was one of the most successful and
pleasing of league entertainments.
Mr. Sam Fraser was master of cer ceremonies
emonies ceremonies and President O. C. Tigner
gave a most cordial invitation to Ep Epworth
worth Epworth League services.

Special thanks are "tendered to Miss

Maud Mcintosh for her valuable as

' sistance in arranging and perfecting
the program and alscr to the Rentz
family for their' genuine hospitality,
and the Scotch evening given under
league auspices will long be remem remembered
bered remembered with pleasant recollection by all

present. ,.f

Mrs. C. H. Mathews of Candler is

Dayincr relatives in town a short


Mr. and Mrs. Allison Wartmann,

Mrs. E. L. Wartmannand Mrs. Eu-

cene Cox of Citra were visiiors to

the city yesterday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs;TrS. Kyle, annual
winter visitors from Gadsden, Ala.,
have arrived .arid are making their
home at the Harrington.
. ;.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ayer are en enjoying
joying enjoying a visit from Mr. Ayer's broth brother,
er, brother, Mr. Tom Ayer of Macon, Ga. Mr.
Ayer expects to remain for some time.

Mexico. Mrs. Kirk accompanied by

her husband's parents are on an ex extended
tended extended and delightful motoring trip
into Mexico from California.


Friends will deeply regret to hear
that Mr. M: E. Robinson and family
will move to Tampa about the first of
Pebruary ?; Mrl Robinson makes the
Change only on ? account of business.

Judge and Mrs.iW; S. Bullock leave j

tomorrow, the lormer for Jasper to
laold court and the latter for While

Springs, to visits Mr. and Mrs. Bu

ton Bullock. Judge Bullock will make

a brief visit;to his brother and fam family
ily family i before he and Mrs. Bullock re-
. turn home. ,-;.--:.-"'V-' : . :--
Friends have received cards from
Mrs. Norman Kirk, formerly Miss
Sue Anderson of this city, mailed in

Delightful' Reception at the Baptist

I Church last night i
The informal reception held last

evening at the Baptist church was the

occasion of a large number of mem

bers and their friends spending a most

delightful evening together.

The church was artistically decorat

ed, quantities of green foliage form

ing a pretty background for the doz

ens of carnations and roses, which
carried out a pretty pink and white
color motif.

The affair was a charming event in

the church's social history. Assisting

during the evening in entertaining
besides Rev. and Mrs. Bunyan Steph Stephens,
ens, Stephens, were a number of the ladies of

the church and the following," who
rendered a varied musical program :
Blisses Marguerite Porter, Mabel Aik Aiken,
en, Aiken, Messrs ; Frank Gates, Claude
Smith, Harry Cole and Dr. McCIane.
The two punch tables were presided
over by Misses Avalee Edwards, Mary
Gates, Frances Tarver, Mrs. W. T.

Gary, Mrs. W. W. Clyatt and others.
Coffee and sandwiches were served by
members of the Philathea'' class;
Dancing Club Entertained
Attending the regular fortnightly
dance last evening, given by the
eight o'clock dancing club, were the
following: Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Ben

nett, Mr. and Mrs. J ames Taylor, Mr.

and Mrs. R. S. Hall, Dr. and Mrs. J.
Harry Walters, Dr. and Mrs. J. W.
Hood, Mrs. J.'K. Austin, Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp, Misses
Mary Burford, Hazel Brand, Doris
Murry, Lucile Robinson, Rosebud Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Martha Kate Rentz, Messrs.
John Chazal, Holmes Walters, Whit
Palmer, Norton Davis, W. D. Taylor,
Phil Robinson, W. I. Evans, R. L. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Jr., and Dr. M. C. Izlar.
Dancing was enjoyed until twelve
o'clock. Punch was served during the
evening and' the music was rendered
by the Temple orchestra.

Mrs. Jerry Crook is in Bartow for
brief visit to relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hampton are
visiting in Gainesville; today, driving
over in their automobile.
Mrs. C. R. Tydings and Miss Annie
Davis spent today at their orange
groves at Lake Weir.

Tomorrow is the 25th wedding an anniversary
niversary anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smoak
and their host of friends join in wish wishing
ing wishing for them many more.
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow return returned
ed returned yesterday from a t short trip to
Jacksonville and went on to Lake
Weir on the afternoon train.

TMe MetffliKiDdls off IBmsflime

The method of business as it is carried on today call for the assistance
of ihe bank in nearly every instance. Your personal appeciation of the value
of a bank grows with your account. This bank is prepared to take care of
your account in the very best way possible. Our capital, surplus and large
cash reserves enables us to lend money to anyone who is entitled to credit.


Ocala Natioiial.


v Resources Over Half A Million

of the Southern Methodist church,
was a visitor to Ocala last winter, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. Hamill and while
here were guests of Dr. and Mrs. H.
C. Groves. Dr. Hamill has many
friends here and elsewhere in the state
who will mourn his death.
The young ladies' auction club held
a business meeting yesterday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, and the following were elected
members : Miss Hester Dewey, Miss
Alice Bullock, Mrs. I. F. Bennett and
Mrs. James Taylor. Miss BettieWray
Mclver will entertain the club at its
weekly meeting-next Friday.1

At the conclusion of the luncheon

given at noon yesterday by Miss An Anna
na Anna McDowell, the guests spent the af afternoon
ternoon afternoon playing auction, the players
composing the two tables being Miss

es Nellie Gottlieb, Mary McDowell,!

Flossie Byrd, Ruth Burton, Ildegerte

Peach, Ellen Clarkson, Helen Brown

and Ethel Crosby. s


"I was glad when they said unto
me, let us go into the house of the
Lord." Psalms.

Mr. F. G. Groman is visiting his
daughter, Miss Mildred Groman, ar arriving
riving arriving this afterr.oon from Muncie,

Fire and Low Price of Naval Stores
Floored Two Marion County
Firms ;
Mr. S. Feinberg of Dunnellon yes yesterday
terday yesterday in the United States court filed
a petition in bankruptcy. Mr. Fein Feinberg
berg Feinberg owes, according to his( schedule
filed, about $26,000 and has assets
worth $12,000 of which $6,000 are en encumbered.
cumbered. encumbered. The fire that recently en entirely
tirely entirely destroyed Mr. Feinberg's stock
of merchandise precipitated the ac action.
tion. action. He has been a merchant of
Dunnellon for many years and held
the respect and confidence of .. that
community. Mr. H. M. Hampton rep represents
resents represents him in his legal matters.
Mr. Leslie L. Home, dding business
as L.- L. Horne and the Home Mer Mercantile
cantile Mercantile Company, naval stores and
general merchandise at York, in this
county, yesterday filed a petition in
bankruptcy. Mr. Home scheduled his
liabilities at $79,000 in round num numbers
bers numbers and his assets at $25,000, most
of which, .however, are encumbered.
Mr. Home has many friends in Ocala
who will be sorry to learn that con continued
tinued continued unsatisfactory business has
forced him into bankruptcy. He has
worked hard and faithfully and was
deserving of a more kindly, fate. Mr.
H. M. Hampton represents Mr.


Miss Jean Teague of Lady Lake has

accepted the position of assistant
teacher in the jjrFruitland Park school
and began her duties Jan. 11.

Miss Kittie Melson went to Ocala
Saturday to visit her brother, Eugene
Melson for several days. Coleman
item in JSumterville Times
y- ; . ,-
A- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Meffert have as

their guests $Ir. Meffert's brother,
Mr. George Wfeffertand his daughter,
Mrs. Byron Nelson andthree child child-ren
ren child-ren of Buchanan Jlich. They will re

main a month.

'- ..

Miss Alice Bullock will return to

Notice is hereby given, that under
and by virtue of an execution issued
out of and under the seal of the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of Marion county, Florida,
in that certain cause therein pending
in which The Munroe & Chambliss
National Bank of Ocala, a corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, is plaintiff, and C. R. Kreger is
defendant, of date January 22nd,
1915, I have levied upon and will sell,

Lat public outcry, to the highest and
f best bidder for cash at the west door

of the Marion county court house, in
Ocala, Florida, on
Thursday, the 4th day of February,
between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.
and 2 o'clock p. m., the following de described
scribed described property, to-wit:
The stock of goods of C. R. Kreger,
located in The Munroe & Chambliss
National Bank building, : in Ocala,
Florida, consisting of one lot cigars,
one lot smoking tobacco, one lot chew chewing
ing chewing tobacco, one lot cigarettes, one lot
cierarette papers, one lot com cob

pipes, one lot briar pipes, one cigar

lighter, one cigar showcase, two dis display
play display racks, one small alligator skin,
one lot boxes writing paper and en envelopes,
velopes, envelopes, one lot sanitary drinking
cups in cases, one lot corresponding

morrow to Tampa to visit her sister,
Mrs. G. R. McKean, until after the

Gasparilla carnival. Judge and Mrs. ; cards, one lot fishing tackles, seines,

W. S, Bullock expect to go down for nets, etc., one lot pocket books, one

Gasparilla week and will be accom- Mot silver mesh bags, one lot playing
panied home by their daughter. jcards one lotlon'TL
m j pennants, one lot alligator hand bags,
one lot fancy scissors, one lot tie
The news of the death of Mr. H. M. racks, one pair scales, one lot pen
Hamill of Nashville, Tenn., at Tate j points, four show cases, one candy re re-Springs,
Springs, re-Springs, Tenn., yesterday was receiv- f rigerator case, one lot school sup sup-,
, sup-, -ri tt mi i plies, one lot ink and inkstands, one
ed this morning. Dr. Hamill who for;'shing rods one lot paper Qe lot
years has been m charge-of the teach- j penciiS) one lot penholders, one lot
ers training and summer school work i writing tablets, one lot novels, one lot

Except the Name and Location
We have replaced the old drugs with new ones,
new methods of business will supplant the old ones,
new service features are being added daily. We
want you to become acquainted with us and our
modern methods of handling the drug business. We
'give you personal service that will afford you indi individual
vidual individual satisfaction. The new owner has had years
of experience and stands ready to give our patrons
. the benefit of it.
Come in and see the old store with modern ways.
Learn to make this your DRUG STORE. Our prices
will be foun4 consistent with good goods.
jGPARRISH, Ph. G., Proprietor
Aiafit-Momopoly Ppeg Store
Phone 123




Jiildj) ILJSih

Restaurant with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House




The only Hotel on the Square







o a Person Wfio Prides

Imself'pn lis Appearance




Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen

is a necessity. To' supply that ne- j

? cessky is Our Business,

ocaia Ocala Steam LaiiitdlFy


y 402-404 fi. Main Street

Phona 101.





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 gocdness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ours. Let ua
have your custom we deserve it.

Oeala lee x IPacMsncii C

crepe paper, one lot toilet articles, one
lot miscellaneous articles, one lot
candy in jars, one lot candy in boxes,
one lot fountain pens and show cases,
one large alligator skin, one lot brass
smoking stands, one postcard rack,
one lot postcards, three showcase
tables, glass top, three tables enamel
tops, 24 chairs, one small table and
four chairs, one safe, one dynamo
mixer, one desk, flat top, one ice
cream freezer, one small two-burner
gas stove, one table, eight cans cream,

one lot canned fruit, one lot jugs and
bottles, one lot small stools, one lot
chairs, one lot' toys, one lot sanitary
paper cups, one set wall cases, two
brass jardiniers, three paper rollers
and three rolls paper, one lot racks
and all other good3, fixtures, etc, in
said store.
Sold to satisfy said execution and
Sheriff of Marion County, Florida.
Plaintiff's Attorneys. 23-tf dly



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CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, Conikly and City Depository.








Teams For Rent light and Heavy Hauling

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Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.


We Sell

Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price

CflMLOEB BEOS., Proprietors.

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Tfic Management of DE. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
y and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co.; and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 430 P. M. PHONE 333



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First Consideration and Special Attention Giver to Small Tracts


MDayIight Jontc,,
- A romantic trip through a semi-tropical fairy land along the famous
Ocklawaha river. Ocala to Palatka and visa versa. The trip of your life
don't miss it.
Boats Sail Daily From Silver Springs and Palatka

Leave SILVER SPRINGS ...................... 8
Arrive WELAKA ....... 3
Arrive PALATKA . .Y. .5



Leave PALATKA .....7 A. M.
Arrive WELAKA .....9 A. M.
Arrive SILVER SPRINGS ....5 P. M.
Fare: One way, $6.50. Round trip, $12. 'Including automobile between
Ocala and Silver Springs, and trip in glass bottom boat seeing the beau beauties
ties beauties of Silver Springs. For further information see
H. C. CLEGHORN, Gen.Pass. Agt,

I can furnish a limited quantity of Extra Select
Tom. Watson Seed, taken from melons weighing
40 to 60 pounds each. These seed have been carefully
selected for a number of years and are guaranteed
pure strainthe best in Georgia. Write me for prices.
H. W. JOHNSON, Albany, Ga.

Put Your Ad. in the Star

(Special Dispatch I. N. S.)
Montivideo, Dec. 30 (By mail to
New York) Details of the great nav-

al battle off the Falkland Islands

when the British fleet of Vice Admi

ral Sturdee sank the German vessels
Scharnhorst, Gneisenau, Leipzig and

Nurnberg, were given here by a lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant aboard the dreadnaught Invin Invincible,
cible, Invincible, the English flagship, which call called
ed called here.
Sturdee's vessels were coaling in
Port Stanley, Falkland Islands, leav leaving
ing leaving the Cruiser Canopus to perform
scout duty outside, when at 7:30 A.
M. a lookout aboard the scout spied
the first German craft on the hori horizon.
zon. horizon. Sturdee was informed and or ordered
dered ordered the cruisers Glasgow and Kent
to put to sea at once.
The three cruisers served as a lure
to Admiral von Spee. Believing the
enemy was inferior he advanced at

full speed and opened a cannonade.

Half an hour after the first German
had been seen from the Canopus tHe

entire British suadron suddenly ap

peared, led by the great dreadnaughts
Invincible and Inflexible.
Von Spee realized he was about to
be trapped and ordered a retreat. It
was too late. The German vessels

scattered as they fled, but the British
also divided forces and rapidly over overhauled
hauled overhauled them.
The Glasgow got within range of
her quarry first and fired at the
Leipzig. The lat'ter fought with her
stern guns, but rapidly displayed an

inferiority as the shells of the Brit

isher landed with precision.
The cruiser Kent came up with the
Nurnberg ( and did considerable dam damage;
age; damage; whileHhe cruiser Cornwall steam steamed
ed steamed close to the Dresden.
The latter had reached a position
far in advance of the rest of the Ger German
man German fleet and she won the only advan

tage of the Germans in the battle.

She sent a broadside into the Cornwall
below the waterline and hurt her so

that the, Dresden escaped, as did al-j

so one of the German auxiliary cruis cruisers.
ers. cruisers.
The principal struggle centered
about the Scharnhorst and Gneisnau.
These were the largest of the German

vessels, although vastly inferior to

the Invincible and Inflexible.
By one o'clock in the afternoon the
Scharnhorst and Gneisnau had been
brought to bay and were forced to
turn and fight. They attempted to
concentrate their guns to the Invin Invincible
cible Invincible and with a howitzer shell cut
one. of the British four inch guns in
iwo. They also sent a ball through
the two decks aft and into the provis provis-sion
sion provis-sion room and the administration of
Admiral Sturdee.
The commander of the Invincible
and several sailors were wounded by

other German shells.

But this availed the Germans little.

At the end of an hour's fighting and

heavy firing it could be seen that the

Scharnhorst was settling forward,

while her fire slackened.

"Surrender!" Sturdee signalled.
"Never!" was the reply.
Not sixty seconds later the Invin

cible sent a shell into the Scharnhorst
which caused her to disappear beneath

the waves, firing to the last moment.
As she went down the crew formed in

perfect order above the deck rail.
There was no time to rescue the sur survivors
vivors survivors who dotted the water with the
Genisenau still refusing to strike her

colors. It was an hour before the
hardy German, pitted with tioles, went
down as the Scharnhorst had done
full of fight as a wildcat.
Then the British sailors set to with
a will to save all the Germans possi possible.
ble. possible. Only a hundred, a few of whom
were officers were picked up.
Meanwhile the fight continued be between
tween between the cruisers Glasgow and Leip Leipzig.
zig. Leipzig. The later defended herself val valiantly.
iantly. valiantly. She gave her pursuer several

slight injuries and caused a number of
casualties in the crew.
In fifty minutes the Glasgow had

sunk her adversary amid wild cheers
from the crew of the British cruiser.

At the same time the cruiser Kent,
after six hours of pursuit, came up
with the Nurnberg and sank her. The

Glasgow was able to save the sail sailors
ors sailors of the Leipzig.
At six o'colck the battle ended. Of
the five German vessels only one re remained.
mained. remained. All .the vessels of the Brit British
ish British squadron except the Bristol, which
was chasing the Dresden with great
speed, returned to assemble at Port

Admiral von spee naa two sonsi

with the German fleet, one of them
his adjutant on the Scharnhorst, the
other an officer on the Leipzig. Both
died with their father,
ed up to the moment of going into ac ac-ed
ed ac-ed word that the German squadron
had been sighted while the British
cruisers were coaling he very calmly

ordered the work stopped. vWhile the

ships were getting under way the
crews washed, changed their clothing
and atebreakfast. During the pur pursuit
suit pursuit lunch was served at the usual
hour and the normal routine continu continued
ed continued up to the moment of ging into ac action.
tion. action. .;
Admiral Sturdee, speaking before
the British committee, said :"I am
proud to see how splendid our men,
with those of France1 and Russia, are
holding their own against superior
"In olden days we did better than
at present, for we were able to cap capture
ture capture ships. Now we have to sink them
and all their crews of hundreds of
souls. In this fight we had only
eight men killed and fourteen wound wounded.
ed. wounded. The enemy's ships fought gallant gallantly
ly gallantly and went down with their colors
"At the start our squadron divided

in a certain way and the pursuit; be began,
gan, began, for the enemy had discovered

what they were up against and made
off. We steamed at twenty knots

and in six hours had them within our
range. When they saw there was to

be no escape they turned and accept

ed the inevitable. The first ship was
sunk at one o'clock after five hours
fighting. The Glasgow sank the Leip

zig. The Nurnberg and Dresden got

away, but the former was followed

bv a swift cruiser and sunk. We sav

ed some of the- men.

"And so we have done our little bit
and are ready to do more when re required."

. that never again will
you be able to purchase
Florida lands as cheap cheaply
ly cheaply as at present.
Unless there come about
another such calamity
as the world is witnessr
City and country prop properties
erties properties can be bought on
exceedingly reasonable
Our listings will interest
Particularly would we
like to have you inter interested
ested interested in farm lands.

Holder Building
Telephone 228

P.' O. Box 475
Ocala, Fla.




Very cheap for cash or can
make favorable terms or will
trade for city property. See
or write J. EL BRINSON,
At the Courthouse, Ocala, Florida.


"When my boy, Ray, was small he
was' subject to iroup, and I was al-

J. ways aiarmea at sucn times, unam-

berlam's Cough Remedy proved far
better than any other for this trou trouble.
ble. trouble. It always relieved him quick quickly.
ly. quickly. I am never without it in the
house for I know it is a positive cure
for croup," writes Mrs. W R. Mc Mc-Clain,
Clain, Mc-Clain, Blairsville, Pa. For sale by all
dealers. Adv.
Worthy Comparison.
"As near as I can figure it," com commented
mented commented Judge Fettlngill of Chanute
"a treaty and a married man's promise
to hl3 wife to water the plants and to
spend the evenings at home, when he
sends her away to see he folks, have
many strcng points in common."
Kansas City Star.


Funeral Director and
Emb aimer

E. C. Jordan & Co.
Furniture and

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.



Down in Hind Unafcb to Ucxt3
and What Helped Her.

"Chamberlain's Tablets are just
fine for stomach trouble," writes Mrs.
G. C. Dunn, Arnold, Pa. "I was both bothered
ered bothered with this complaint for some
time and frequently had bilious at attacks.
tacks. attacks. Chamberlain's Tablets afforded
me great relief from the first, and
since taking one bottle of them I feel
like a different person." For sale by
all dealers. adv

Mind Always Above Fortune.
Tbe mind Is above fortune; If it be
evil, it makes everything else so too;
but if it be right and sincere, it cor corrects
rects corrects what is wrong, and mollifies
what is hard, with modesty and cour courage.
age. courage. Seneca.


Eight or ten head of first tlass,

second hand, general purpose mules;

will be sold cheap for cash or on time
with approved security. Can be seen

at mv nlace at Lvnne. JOHN R.

ROGERS, Lynne, Fla. 1-1-lfri-tues

Summit Point, W. Va. Mis. Anns
Belle Emey, of this place, says: "I suf suffered
fered suffered for 15 years with an awful pain in
my right side, caused from womanly
trouble, and doctored lots for it. but with

out success. I suffered so very much,;
that 1 became down in mind, and as help-!
less as a baby. 1 was in the worst kind,
of shape. Was unable to do any work, j
I began taking Cardui, the v.rcrr.:r'a
tonic, and got relief from the very lint j
dose. By the time I had taken 12 bot-
ties, my health was completely restored.
I am now 43 years years old, out feel tz ?
good as I did when only 16.
Cardui certainly saved me from lczlr
my mind, and I feel it my duty to speal:
in its favor. I wish I had toziz povr,
over poor, suffering women, and czlZ'
make them know the good it would c! c!-them."
them." c!-them." If you suffer from any of the ai!mer.l3
peculiar to women, it will certainly t2
worth your while to give Cardui a tri:.!. i
It has been helping weak women fc?;
more than 60 years, and will help ycitl
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Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,;
Marlon County In Chancery. I

To Anderson & Company: i

It appearing from on affidavit filed in J Company, a Corporation,, and Trop Trop-this
this Trop-this court in a suit this day coramenc- ; ical Leuui Company, a' Corporation:

pany. a corporation organized, ana ex- hY, in a Tu com-
oSIinst6 und SSer'thaf' -enSea the dcfark.lfa-Joh?i?n
yre' e&VSf tit? or'SuK Company, a corporation organized and

other than the atate of Florida, and
that your principal place of business I
Ira the city of iteraimah and state of
Georgia, and that there is no person in
the state of Florida, -the service of sub subpoena
poena subpoena upon Whom would bind you.
NOW THEREFORE you are com commanded
manded commanded to be and appear before this
honorable court on
Monday the JMt day of March, A. D.
1015, ;
to then and there make answer to a
bill of eomtlaint exhibited against you
in. our ald Kurt by the Clark -Ray-
Joimson Company, a corporation or- I
mi-i..? frth
and receive whatTut -id all
, v, vvif hr. I

vis- the fomnlataant will rrooeed ex corporation, organized and existing un un-wise
wise un-wise tne, compiamanv wrin proceeo ex der the Jaws of tne state of Florida,

It & further ordered' that a cotv of
this" o3rderrthalf 'bf &buhed o rfe I
week for four consecutive weeks in the
23gSy tn56r r bUsh&d
WlSSSSS Shf fioorable W. S. Bui-
lock. Judge of mr saidfeourt. and p. H.
Nusgwt. clerk, and the eal thereof at
the court house In Ocala, Clarion
t.-i..,i, rfw t, ic'k r I
TTiitiaVv a i iqi;
' Clerk of V the Circuit Court of Marlon
Count v. Florida.
By M..J3. Goddard, Deputy Clerk.
I hereby -certif v. 'that th e f oreerolner
n.tvrf ahnw firf a. tTii sm. ormt conv 1
of .the original order of publication
made In aid cause, on file In my of flee.
- Ocala, Florida, this the 15th day of
January, 1915.
'Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
1-16-15-wat ; By M. E. Goddard, D: C.
Fifth Jadlclal Circuit of Florida,
i Marlon County -In Chancery.

To Savannah Bank &. Trust Company, jx THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
a Corporation: Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
It appearing from an affidavit filed 3larlon County In Chancery.
In this court in a suit this day com- V . .-anenced
anenced .-anenced by the Clark-Ray-Johnson i To Tropical Land Company, a corpo corpo-Co
Co corpo-Co m pa ny, a corporation organized and h,- T
existing unde-r the laws of the state of ration. .
,inorida, against, you, and others, that It appearing ,lrom an affidavit filed
your principal place of business is iin iai this court 4n a suit this iday com com-the
the com-the city of Savannah and state of menced by The Clark -Ray-Johns on
Georgia and -t hat there la no person in Company, a oorporation organized and
the state of Florida the service of sub- existing under the- laws of the state of
poena upon whom would bind you. I Florida, against you and others, that
NOW iTxiEUEFORE you are com- your principal place of 'business was in
manded to be and appear, before this the city of New York and state of
honoraMe' court on New York, and that there is no person
Monday the 1st day of March, A. D; in the state of Florida the service of
-1111 sub poena upon -whom would, bind you.
lu' : 1 NOW THEREFORE you are co in
to then and there make answer to a manded to be and appear before this
bill of complaint exhibited against you honorable court on
in our said court by the Clark-Ray- -
Johnson Company, a corporation or- Monday. the lmt day of March, A. D.,
ftanized and existing under the laws of 1015, t
the state of Florida, and to do luirther

and receive wivat our said court lall
tiaye considered in that fcehalf, other-
wise the complainant, will proceed ex
v partj r .
It ,ia further .ordered that a copy of
this order shall oe published once a
,week for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala .Star, a newspaper (published in
' d'iM-0vVi tiat u, w o -d 1
; yilNivfeS the Honorable W. S. Bui-
lock. juKlge.of our said court, and P. H.
fu'gent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
the court house in Ocala,u ilanon
county, Flortda, this the 15th day of
.. tt j-,
tbcai) P. H. NujiVi,
nerkof tiheClrcuit Court of Marion
Ckunty, Florida. y
, By 'M. E. Goddard. D. C.
Krrrfv cm vjit
i fi. ll :
ilZZ' iJ1-
ami order of publication made in t he
foregoing sityled cause and now on file
111 uvy nee.
- Ocala, -Florida, this the 15th day of
January, A! D. 1915.
rswih iV .tt MTTrtTTsrr
Olerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Florida.
16-sat. Deputy Clerk.
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marlon County In Chancery.
To M. J. Morrison, S. H. Brown, "W. A.
Shahds, John M. Reddick, William
A. Chlsolm, "Martha Perkins, Lo-
zora M. Day, A. B. Edwards, Elmer
T. Town send, J. Henry Bates, Mary
; D.'Marlow, Lucile E.vBates, Mat tie
Bell Bates, Lambert Moninger,
John Harvey, Fletcher B. 'Sweet,
Mury H. Mann, Madison Large, and
Lews K. Jacobs:
appearing from an affidavit filed

in tuais court in a suit this day com-L,,

rV,',- Vi, iXZ Jz;?: 4.
xistirrg. under the laws of the state of
Florida-against you and others, that

2u??1TS PS.flef?fSrdeT1e are ration having your principal places of
unknown to the affiant; that you and buBless in the city of New York and
fLZZIZZZZ ageof twen" state of New York -and that there lis no
VSZ dJ?fi 'reLs 110 per" person in the state of Florida, the ser sermon
mon sermon ttn 1 the state of Fiorida the service ice f SUbpoena upon whom would
.s,ubPna P0 whom would bind bi,nd ;you ory6ither of you.

xx vflu UA
.Xr 7h7 viwiA .,7 t; avki
hpforft this honoramp rMnrt on
itfnrfnv A, '.xr.M'
Ik ':L0 ,a Ul1 of complaint ex-
hibited against you in our said court
. ylhl rA-Ray-JohnSon Com-
feM rmifu n
'""ft, """i X L iar iu3
Jiry0 flt1fT
what our said court shall have consid-
i.lD'"' tne.ITH?.Tne com-
mduv wmpiTOeu ex pr e.;

thtrnrr,tLH Lktote- order shall be published once a
this; order hall be -published, once a vvk for fmir oonsAPutivA wooks i

week for eight consecutive weeks
the Ocala Star a newspaper publishedj
In said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of our said court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at.
the court house in Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, this the 15th day o;
January, A. D. 1915.-
(Seal) P. II. NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of -Marion
County, Florida.
, By M.- E. Goddard, D. C.
I hereby certify, that the above and
foregoing is a true copy of the origi original
nal original order of publication made in .said
cause, on file in my office.
O'ala, Florida, this the loth day of
January, A. D., 1915.
, (Seal)" P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
- County, Florida.
' V . By M. E. GODDARD,
16-sat. Deputy Clerk.

Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marion County In Chancery.

To Co-Operative Land &
Florida, against you and others, 'that
you and each of you are a corporation
organized and existing under the lawrfi
of the state of New York and thai;
your respective places of business is in;
the city of New York and state of New j
York, and that there is no person in
the state of Florida, the service of ai
subpoena upon whom would bind you
or either of you. i
NOW THEREFORE you and each off
you are commanded to appear before
tnis honorable court on
Monday, "the lmt day of March, A. L.
, 1915
to answer to a bill of complaint ex
by the Clark-Ray-Johnson Company, a
and to x3 further and receive what our
M court 5LtmnS2a.S
be!viff the comPhunanl
Wn RWhoJSSSl that a copy of
.week for four consecutive -weeks to the
f' 2f-per Published ln
Tr"q.-' 7" ,7" tt- c t?,i
WITNESS the Honorable W S. Bui
lock, judge of our said court, and P. 11.
Nugent, lerk, and the seal thereof a!
Ocala jnortda, this the 15th day of
January. 1915.
(Seal) ; P. II. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida,
By M. E. Goddard, Deputy Clerk.
, 1 hereby certify, that the above and
foregoing is a true copy of the original
order of publication made in said
cause, on- file tin my office.
Ocala, Florida, this the 15th day of
January, A. D., 1915.
(Seal) V P. H. NUGENT.
ClerK of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
16 -sat. Deputy Clerk.
complaint exhibited against you in our
suld court by The Clark-Ray-Johnson
company, a corporation organ-
ized and exisltlng under' the laws of the
0lf piorida, and to do further and
Receive T'hat our s-aid court shall have
considered In that behalf, otherwise the
complainant will proceed ex parte.
Ifc father ordered that a copy of
tMa order shall be published once a
,week for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star a news-paper published in
said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul-
lock, Juidge of our said court, and P. H.
Nugesnt, clerk, and the seal thereof at
the court house in Ocala, 'Marion
county, Florida, this the 15th day ol
January, A. D. 1915.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Florida.
v M. E. Goddard, Deputy Clerk.
hor AfrTr- nr rrjn
I hereby certify itht the above arid
foregoing is a true and correct copy of
the original order or publication made
toadd cause, on file in my office
Ocala, 'Florida, this the 15th day of
January, A. D. 1915.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marian
county, Florida,
Deputy Clerk.
Fifth Judicial Circuit" of Florida,
Marlon County In Chancery.
ux) 1'eopies iiomemeaa company, a
- corporation, Tropical Land Com
pany,' a corporation; and Co-Operative
Land &' Investment Company,
a corporation:
.T t ,-
k o.r ru
orgi.nIzed and
existing under the laws of the state
0f F-iorlda n?init vmi Tid nthpr?
fL tFiI, h8
NOW THEREFORE you and each of
you are conimaiwed to appear before
this honorable court on
Monday the 1st day of March, A. D
. ; .1015, (
CQttlpiaint exhibited against you In our
ii,, wth rrc TrtH,
Co acorporarion organized and
existing under the laws of the state
of Floiida, and to do further and re
ceive what our said court shall hav
considered in that behalf, otherwise
the complainant Will proceed ex parte.
It :)S ftP rdrd that-omn- nf
the Ocasla Star a newspaper published
In said county and state.
-WITNESS the Honorable W. S." Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of our said court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
the court house in Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, this the 15th day of
January, A. D. 1915.
(Seal) P. II. NUGENT,
Olrk of the Circuit Court of Marion
v County, Florida.'
By M. E. Goddard, Deputy Clerk.
I hereby certify that the above and
foregoing- is a true copy of the origi- j
nal order of publication made in said
cause: on file in .my-, office.
WITNESS my hand and official sea: i
at Ocala, Florida, this the 15th day of r
January, A. D., 1915. ;
(Seal) P.'H. NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion I
County,' Florida-
16-sat. Deputy Clerk. i

Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marlon County -lu Chancery.

To Richaid Brewste Lewis R. Jacobs,!
S. II. Brown, Arthur Gillipeau, Jos. i
ianoch, Eenj. F. Perry, Jas. M.
Brown, Lewis Harvill, Bldridge G.
Hideout, Thomas Thompson, J. Y.
Bettys, Charles A. Naray, Robert j
- W. Sublet, Daniel Moseley, James
Burnham, Josiah C. Vail, Edmund j
Martin, Sarah V. Martin, 'Mary J.
Schuch, Dunk McCullom, John
Beard. Blake A. Carter, Henry j
Reynolds, June Barnes, Margaret 1
A. Miller, Marshall T. Robinson,
IV. M. Eldridge, Jas. L. Sullivan
and W. H. Baker and F. B. Nor-
mar doing business as Norman &
It appearing Trom an affidavit filed
in this court in a suit this day com commenced
menced commenced by the Clark-Ray-Johnson
Company, a corpora t "on organized and
existing under the laws of the state of
Flor.oa against you and others, that
your respective places of residence are
unknown to the affiant; that you and
each of you are over the age of twenty-
one years and that there is no person
in the state of Florida, the service of
subpoena upon whom would bind you
or either of you.
NOW THEREFORE you and eaoh of
you are commanded to be and, appear
before -this honorable court on
Monday, the 22nd day of March, A. D.
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you in our said court
by the Clark-Ray-Johnson Company, a
corporation organized and existing un under
der under the laws of the state of Florida,
and to do further and receive what
our -said court shall have considered
in that behalf, otherwise the complain complainant
ant complainant will proceed ex parte.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order shall be published once a
week for eight consecutive weeks in
the Ocala Star, a newspaper published
In saiid county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of our said court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
the court house in Ocala, 'Marion
county, Florida, this the 15th day of
January A. D. 1915.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT.
Cfierk of the 'Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
I hereby certify that the above and
foregoing is a true copy of the orig original
inal original order of publication made in said
cause, on file in my office.
fWitness my hand and official seal, at
Ocala, Florida, this the 15th day of
January, A. D. 1915.
A Seal) 1 P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Florida.
16-sat. Deputy Clerk.
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marion County in Chancery.
To Walter B. Smithy Jeff Hogan, Sarah
E. Atkinson, Ai B. Rogers, Nancy
Milton, Ed son A. Randall, C. P.
Emerson, Sarah A. Hawkins, Wil William
liam William Pender, Mrs. J. E. Moore, T.
W. Williams, Mary Wiiyama Dul Dul-kea
kea Dul-kea and The Capitol Phosphate
Company, a corporation:
It appearing from an affidavit filed
in this court in a suit this day com
menced by The Clark-Ray-Johnson
Company, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the state of
Florida against you and others, that
your respective places of residence are
unknown to the axnajnt; that you and
each of you are oevr the age of 'twenty-one
years and that there is no per-
ison lin the state of Florida the service
of subpoena upon wnom would bind
you, or either 'of you.
now thek lfu k tu you ana each or
you are commanded to appear before
this honorable court on
3onday the 22nd day or Slarch, A.
to answer to a bill of complaint ex-
hubited against you in our said court
!by The Clark-Ray -John son Company
a corporation organized ana existing
under 'the laws of the state of Florida,
and to do further and f receive what
our said -court shall have considered
dn that behalf, otherwise the complain
ant win proceed ex !parte.
It is further ordered that a copy o
this order shall be published once f
week for eight consecutive weeks tir
the Ocala Star a newspaper published
in said county and tate.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul
lock, iudge of said court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
the court house in Ocala, Florida, this
the 15th day of January, A. D. 191o.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
By M. E. Goddard, D. C
I hereby certify, that the above and
foregoins: is a true copy of the origi
nal order of .publication made in the
foregoing styled cause and now on file
In mv office.
Ocala, Florida, this the loth day of
January, A., D., 191.5.
(Seal) P. H, NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit. Court of Marion
County, Florida.
16-sat. Deputy Clerk.
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Fitth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
3Iarlon County In Chancery.
To S. H. Brown, Edw.
P. Browning.
Ja-s. IL Shaw, W. P. Ha!Iey. Z- a!
-Butt, Anna, M. Shedrich L;
Hes., Theodocia B. McIIenry, Mary!
J. Stine, Samuel B., Stine, Joseph j
A. Butt, Anna Luella Whitmer, El-
mer F. Whitmer, Mary S. Pray,
John W. Pray, Alice Griggey, Jen
nie P. Sheef, W
DeW'tt, Alfred C. DeWitt, Flora,
Russell, J. L. Iarker, William
" Parker, John W. Ross, and MaryM. j
It appearing from an affidavit filed!
in this court this day ;in a suit com-;
menced by The Clark-Ray-Johnson
Company, a corporation organized and
existinsr under the laws of 'the state ofj
Florida, atrainst vou and ftthsrrf. that s
your respective places of residence are
unknown to affiant and that there Is
no person in the state of Florida the
service of subpoena upon whom .would
bind you, or either of you.
NOW THEREFORE you and eaoh of
you are commanded to appear before
this honorable court on
Monday the 22nd day of 3Iarch, A. D.,
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you In our said court
by The Clark-Ray-Johnson Compare
a corporation organized and existing
under the laws of the state of Florida
and to do further and receive what
our said court shall have considered
In that behalf, otherwise the complain
ant will roceed ex parte.
It 4s further ordered, that a copy c
this order shall be published once a
week for eight consecutive tweeks In
the Ocala Star a newspaper published
in said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of our said court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
the court house in Ocala, Marion
county. Florida, this the 15th day
January, A. D. 1Q15.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
(By M. E. Goddard, Deputy Clerk.
I heteby certify that the foregoing
is a true and correct copy of the origi
nal order of publication in the fore foregoing
going foregoing styled cause, on file In my of office.
fice. office.
Ocala, Florida, -this the loth day of
January, 1915.
(Sal) P. II. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
18-13-sat By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marlon County In Chancery.
To John Syms, Jacob iSmith, Ellzabejth
M. Ross, Richard Sims, G. R.
Skinner, Abraham E. Geiger, Wm.
Pender, Samuel Brown; Mrs. J. E.
Moore, Gertrude G. Bucher, E. T.
Wrilllam's, J. II. Williams, Simp Simp-ton,
ton, Simp-ton, B. W. Stephens, WmW. Ross,
Geo D. Ladd and W. H. Baker and
F. B. Norman, doing business as
Norman & Company:
It appearing from an affidavit filed
in this court in a suit this day, com
menced by The Clark-Ray Johnson
company, a corporation organized ana
existing under the laws of the -state of
Florida, that your respective places of
residence are unknown to arnant;
that you and each of you are over the
age' of twenty-one years and that
there as no person, in the state of Flori
da, the service of subpoena upon whom
would bind you or either of you.
NOW THEREFORE you and eaoh of
you are commanded to appear before
this honorable court on
Monday the 22nd day of March, "A. D.,
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you in our said court
by The Glark-Ray-Johnson Company,
a corporation organized and existing
under the laws of the state ofFlorida.
and to do further and receive what
our said court shall have considered
in that behalf, otherwise the complain complainant
ant complainant will proceed ex :parte.
It is further ordered that a -copy ol
this order shall be published once a
week for eight consecutive weeks ii
the Ocala Star a newspaper 'published
in said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of our said court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
Ocala, Marlon county, Florida, this
the 15th day of January, A. D. 1915.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Florida,
. By M. E. Goddard, Deputy Clerk.
I hereby certify that the above and
foregoing Is a true and correct copy
of the original order of publication
made in said cause, on file in my office.
Ocala, Florida, this the 15th day of
January, A. D. 1915.
(Seal) P. K. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marion
. County, Florida.
16-sat. Deputy Clerk.
Under and by virtue of an execu execution
tion execution issued out of and under the seai
of the circuit court in and for Duval
county, Florida, dated the 25th day of
July, 1914, in a certain cause wherein
the McGraw Tire and Rubber Com Company,
pany, Company, a corporation, is plaintiff, and
the Seminole Rubber Company, a cor corporation,
poration, corporation, is defendant, and C. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson is defendant in execution, I
have levied on and will on
Monday, the 1st day of February,
the same being a legal sales day and
during the legal hours of sale, will of

fer for sale at the west door ot lhei0
court house in Ocala, Fla., and sell

the same to the highest ana- oesr Dia
der for cash the following described
real estate in Marion county, Florida,
to-wit: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,

j 11, 12 of block 14, and lots 2,' o, 6, 7,;;
of block 1, in Marion Heights, accord- j
ling to plat book recorded in public jj
records of Marion county Florida, in j 0
; plat book "A" on page 166. j
i Sold to satisfy said execution and
i all costs. J. P. GALLOWAY, l
Sheriff Marion County, Florida.

Attorney for Plaintiff. l-2-Sat.

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From this time forward all Tires,
Tubes and Repairs will be sold for
cash only- DAVIES,
19-Ct "The Tire Man."
FUth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Marlon County In Chancery.
Debbell, Libie Walker, D. A. Des Des-brow,
brow, Des-brow, Jackson Large, Jas. D. Mal Mallard,
lard, Mallard, Madison Jones, Henrietta S.
Williams, Jeff Blackman, John Al Albert
bert Albert Hacking, Randall King, Ed Edward
ward Edward King, William C. Sweet Is Israel
rael Israel Brown, Louisa E. Sutherland,
Johns T. .Sutherland, Alexander
Ross, James B. Ross, John W. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, S. W. Gleson. Mary A.
Manning, James Manning, Wm. H.
Geiger Ed. Robinson, Benjamin
Weathers, Mathey Hildley, Z. A.
Butt, Clara M. Butt, Anna M. Hess,
iShedrich L Hess, Theodocia B. "Mc "McIIenry,
IIenry, "McIIenry, Mary J. Stine, Samuel B.
Stine, Joseph A. Butt, Rody D.
Butt. Anna Luella Whitmer, Elmer
F. Whi timer, Mary S. Pray, John W.'
Pray, Alice Griggey, Jennie P.
Sheef, W. C. Sheef, J. L. Parker.
Bertha D. Parker, Amelia E. De De-Witt,
Witt, De-Witt, Alfred C. DeWitt, Bias Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, John R. Brown, Richard B.
Snyder, Eldridge G. Rideout, Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin 'Julius and Jacob Messenger:
It appearing from an affidavit filed
in this court in a suit this day 'com 'commenced
menced 'commenced by The Clark-Ray-Johnson -Company,
a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the state of
Florida against you and others, that
your respective places of residence are
unknown to the affiant; that you and
each of you are over the age of twen-,
ty-one years and that there 'is no per person
son person in the state of Florida the .service
of subpoena upon whom would bind
you, or either of you.
NOW THEREFORE you and each- of
you are commanded to appear before
this honoraDie court on
Monday the 22nd day of 3Iarch, A. 11.,
to anawer to a bill of complaint ex-
by The Clark-Ray-Johnson. Company.
a corporation organizea ana eusuivs
under the laws of the state of Florida,
and to do further and receive what
our said court shall have considered
in that behalf, otherwise the complain complainant
ant complainant will proceed ex parte.
It is further ordered that a copy
this order shall be published once a
week for eight consecutive weeks dn
the Ocala Star a newspaper -published
In said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of our said court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
the court house in Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, this the 15th day u.
January, A, D. 1915.
(Seal) I H. NUGENT,
Clerc of the Circuit Court of Marion
County, Florida.
By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
I hereby certify that the above and
foregoing is a true copy of the origi original
nal original order of publication made in said
cause on file in my office.
Ocala, Florida, this the 15th day of
January, A. D., 1915.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Florida.
lC-sat. Deputy Clerk.
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
.Marion Count In Chancery.
To Louis E. Robinson, an Executor of
the Estate of Walter G. Robinson,
Deceased: J
It appearing from an affidavit filed
In this court In a suit this day com commenced
menced commenced by the Clark-Ray-Johnson
Company, u -corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the state of
Florida, against you and others, that
vour place of residence is of a state or
country other ithan the state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, tanti that you reside lit the -city of
Providence and -state of Rhode Island,
and that there is no person In the state
of Florida the -service of subpoena
upon whom would bind you.
NOW THEREFORE you are com commanded
manded commanded to appear before this honora honorable
ble honorable court on
Mondaj, the Int. day of 3Iarcb, A. D.
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you ln our said court
by the Clark-Ray-Johnson Company, a
corporation organized and existing un un-fler
fler un-fler the laws of the state of Florida,
and to do further and receive what our
said court shair' have considered In
that 'behalf, otherwise the complainant
will proceed ex parte.
It is turther ordered, that a copy of
this order shall be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. 'Bul 'Bullock,
lock, 'Bullock, Judge of our said court, and P. ii.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
the- court houe in Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, this the 15th day of
January, A. D. 1915.
(krai 1. H. NUGENT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Florida.
liy M. E. Goddard, Deputy Clerk.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Is a true and correct copy of .the orig original
inal original order of publication made in the
foregoing cause, on file ln my office.
Ocala. Florida, January 15th, A. D.
1915. (Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marlon
County, Florida. By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
For Good Wood
BIG Load lor 01.
Your Gfder vrill have
immediate Attention.
At Smoak's Waon Shop.




K. of P. meet Monday night.
Elks meet Tuesday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

Pabst's ; Blue Ribbon Beer, the
standard of the world, at Johnny's
Place. 22-tf


Homer Dean is in

Good oak or pine wood, any length,
prompt delivery. Phone 3M, four
rings. J. M. Potter. 18-6t

Mr. T. J. Killebrew has retimed
from a visit to Tampa.
A beautifully marked, 18 months
old pedigreed, Shetland Mare Pony for
sale. Address Star OfBce. ; V dh


Mr. It. W. Ervin of Fellowship was j J an. 18

in the city last night arid attended th

This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov


Jan. 1
Jan 2
Jan. 3
Jan. 4
Jan. 5
Jan. 6
Jan. 7
Jan. 8
Jan.. 9
Jan. 10
Jan. 11
Jan. 12
Jan. 13
Jan. 14
Jan. 15
Jan. 16

Jan. 17

meeting of the Woodmen.

You will never fully appreciate a
gin fiz till you have tried one of those
at Johnny's Place. 22-tf
Globe-Wernicke filing cabinets,
safes and' supplies at The Murray
Company. It

f Tt kn kun a lAMff fimo lnl! 1S1

yvtii t ivii, vv

travel 'waa sMUght.' Nos. 39 and 4$

1 on the A; C. L.jare only runningjte
tlacoach for whites insteUortwo.
We make a specialty of the kind
and quality of service which all peo people
ple people want in everything they buy from
a drug store. Gerig's. 9-tf
Mr. R. S. Rogers returned this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Jacksonville, where" he
went in the interest of his company.

Max. Min. R. F.
...56 48
.......60 31
....65 32 ..
...65 51 ..
68 55 ...
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69 56
..65 41 ..
..... 64 46
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62 55 l.$7
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...76 52 ..
..... 72 66 .60
55 51 .04
60 42
56 -33
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Jan. 20
Jan. 21
Jan. 22

Local Forecast
Unsettled tonight and Sunday,
probably rain; colder tonight north northwest
west northwest portion, cold wave extreme
northwest portion.


For awhile Rev. J. G. Glass, rector
of Grace church, will omit the sermon
at the evening service and instead
give a short informal talk on the book
of common prayer. His talk last Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening was both instructive and
entertaining, and it behooves all mem members
bers members to be present on Sunday even evenings.
ings. evenings. Methodist
(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)

9:30 a.' m. Sunday School.
11a. m. Preaching.
2:30 Junior Epworth League.
3:30- Senior Epworth League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
All cordially invited. Strangers
always welcome.
East Broadway Church
(Roy B. Bowers, Minister)
9:4r a. m. Sunday school.
R. T. Weaver, superintendent.
11 a. m. Sermon. "Two Preachers
Who Were Too Busy Saving Souls to
Bother with a Heathen's Wounds." A
lesson from the parable of the good
Samaritan. ,..''.
7:30 p. m. -Lecture, "The Signs of
the Times." The Increase of Doubt
and Skepticism.


Chicago, Jan. 23. May wheat sold
at 1.44.
Corn, 79 1-2.
Oats, 56 3-8.
Pork, 18.92.
Lard, 10.87.
Ribs, 10.32.


Mr. C. L. Anderson of the Daylight
Route, came up lastevening from Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka on the City of Ocala, bringing
in eight tourist passengers. Mr. An Anderson
derson Anderson says the .business on the line
will piek up now and that the com comparison
parison comparison with last year's business
shows it to be nearly up with last
season, up to this time.
Following is the list of passengers
who came in. last evening on the City

of Ocala from Palatka: Mr. and Mrs".

You can get good buttermilk at Verne. E. Joy, Dr. and Mrs. C. N.

Gerig's. fresh every day. 6-tf Ltann of Centralia, 111., Mr. and Mrs.

H. W. Sheldon of Oneonta, N. Y.f Mr.

Mr. Thosl H. Harris returned to H. W. Whitehead of Willimsport, Pa.;

Jacksonville this afternoon after a Miss Jessie Bijou of Providence, R. I.

visit to his Darents

Lyome to our iountam when you

On Saturday and, Monday, 18 want the best hot or cold drinks. The

nnmids of ru far for SL with one dol- -ourt rnarmacy.

larfs worth of other crroceries. for

cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf Asurgical operation was perform

ed on lJr. W; V. Newsom at the hos-
Tf ...

Rev. W. H. Coleman went to Lake P11 this forenoon and he is now

Butler today,' where he will preach resting very comfortably,


Mrs. T. C. Luckie has been trying

Mrs. L. N. Driggers returned to her
home at Oxford today.
Mr. Alderman of Wildwood who was
operated on a few days ago, remains
quite ill.


'i The freight boat, G. A. Carmichael,
arrived at Silver Springs yesterday
afternoon with about 30,000 pounds of
freight for the company. The big
auto truck is engaged today in haul hauling
ing hauling in the freight.


A big force of workmen are rapid rapidly
ly rapidly converting the interior of the city
market building into proper quarters
for the Chero-Cola Bottling Company.
Among the changes that will be
made, the original door at the east
entrance of the building will be


Mr. C. H. B. Rouss of New York,
the 20-year-old son of the multi multimillionaire
millionaire multimillionaire merchant, C. B. Rouss,
was in Ocala a day or two ago and
called on the company's agent Frank
Gadson. Young Rouss, who has re recently
cently recently gone into his father's office to
learn the great business established
by his famous grandfather, Peter
Rouss, the "blind millionaire merch merchant,"
ant," merchant," was making a trip through the
state with an automobile, his chauff chauffeur
eur chauffeur and secretary, and also paid a
visit tq his uncle at Bartow:


Frank P. Gadson, proprietor of the
Ocala Bazaar, who has been occupy occupying
ing occupying the store he is now located in for
the past sixteen years, will move on
or aboiit the 15th of next month to the
St. George block, the new, two-story
building recently completed on South
Magnolia street, where' he will occupy
the two adjoining stores in the middle
of the blocty, cutting out a large arch archway
way archway to connect the two rooms. Before
moving Gadson will hold a great re removal
moval removal sale and dispose of a considera considerable
ble considerable part of his goods.

cial connections. The right man
can make good money. The Dewey
Drainage Excavation Company,
Woodward Building, Washington,
D. C. -It
FOR RENT -A five-room cottage
with all modern conveniences, on
South Second street, east. Apply
at Star office. dh tf
FOR RENT A ten-room' house on
Pond street with all modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Applv to- Hiss Rena
Smith. 18-12t
LOST Between Anthony and Ocala,
a sack containing oil receptacle for
large oil heater. Reward. H. W.
Hoffman, Anthony, Fla. 18-6t
' j -hi
FOR SALE A $400 Mahogany piano
slightly used; price $75, or will
rent at a reasonable price. Apply

Piano, care jOcala Star. 13tf


Mrs. Bittinger wishes to rent six
acres of hammock land at Belleview.
Land, is good, under fence and has
been in cultivation. Apply to Mrs. C.
L. Bittinger at her, home in Ocala.



FOR SALE Cheap, A house on
wheels. Address G.. A. Bushman,
Summerfield, Fla. 21-Ct


On Saturday and Monday, 18 out, the car built for her by Mr. Luck-

pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol- ie at his garage at odd hours. It is a

lar's worth of other groceries, for nanasome car ana runs as wen as any
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf in town. :

m n mi i- 11 tmm f

Mr. Louis' Lomr. proprietor of the 1V- ane u rnysician. ana

Ocala House, returned; last night from Surgeon, specialist Eye. Ear, Nose

a business trip to Jacksonville.

and Throat.

Ocala, Fla.

Law Library Building,

When you have once tried our ice

cream ydull come again. The Court

Pharmacy. 22-6t

An unusually fine lot of oranges

and grapefruit were seen on the

streets today, having been brought in

by teams from the country.

District Attorney Herbert S. Phil

lips of Tampa, who was attending
federal court here, has returned home
for the week end.

Messrs. Gus Morton, Max Strauss

and Fred Bell of Williston. were

transacting business in Ocala yester

The best gin rickey In the city is day afternoon, motoring over in the

served at Johnny's Place. 22-tf U tormer s car.

1 t wl- -j t-..j ThA mppfintr nf Fnrt Kmf flamn.

is spring open : a ne reu duu ana ri

neach trees are in full bloom. w u. w., last mgnt was largely at

tended. Mr. W. McAteer jomea

Don't f oreet you can eet all vour the camP by transfer card. One ap-

office supplies at The Murray Com- plication was received. The next

T)anV ' f It I liicciliig win uc uciu muajf Ttiiiii,,

, I .

Feb. 12.

The Ocala Ice & Packing Company

has more pork on cold storage than

it had last year, h

Merchant'sCaf e, A. C. L. depot

corner. Meals a la carte and luncnes

at any hour?Adv.


I have moved my oflice to the Gary

block, northwest corner, second floor,

entrance between the Marion Hard Hardware
ware Hardware and 5 and 10 cent stores. Same
phone, No. 11. A. L. Izlar, M. D. 2tw

FOR SALE Sawed ceJar posts, all
hftart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fl? 9-9-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence nest
to the -Colonial; also for !iht'
nousekeeping. Inquire at thz Co Co-lonial.
lonial. Co-lonial. 7-tf

WANTED Position. Reliable youn
man of 28, experienced in both
salesmanship and office work, de desires
sires desires a position of some kind at
once. Best of references. Address
Care Box 315. 2-Ct
-- f 1 1 1 1 '
FOR SALE, CHEAP Two-story res residence,
idence, residence, furnished or unfurnished;
eight rooms, recently renovated
outside and inside; good neighbor neighborhood;
hood; neighborhood; paved si'et; shade and
fruit trees; servant House, garden
and chicken yard; cistern, well and
city water. Bargain price. Apply
to 416 Lin: ? street. 11-tm
FOR SALE Barred Rock Eggs for
Setting. Barred Rock Cockerels
Fine. H. S. Wesson,- Ocala, Fla.
FOR SALE Ford touring car, 1914
model as good as new, household
goods and furniture, impure bred
Jersey cow, 15 Belgian hares, flock
; of pure bred barred rock chickens.
A. Kristiansen, old Geiger place on
' Silver Springs road. ' 20-Ct.

FOR RENT A six-room house on
Sanchez street; all modern conven conveniences;
iences; conveniences; good neighborhood. Apply
to R. L. Carter, 211 West Fifth
' street. ' 19-Ct
FOR SALE-pSecond hand bicycle.
Apply to John F. Robbinson,
plumber. 1-7-tf

WANTED We require the tempor temporary
ary temporary services of a capable, responsi responsible
ble responsible business man with good finan-

LOST A girl's blue coat; black vel velvet
vet velvet collar and buttons," Lost a week
ago. Return to Mrs. William Hock-
er. :.20-6t

Careful Estimates Made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the City. 1 1



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Change In Price of Bread
' 4
Beginning Monday, January 25th;

- VII'


Buy your drugs from Gerig's,

Ocala's best drug store. 9-tf


Our hot chocolates are the best Vr.-n. troves nas returned irom

made. Try one. The.Court Pharm- a business trip to xsew iorK. vvnne



there he .visited his son, Mr. Henry


Mr. B. F. Condon has received the

first. nf the i tiaw 191K toHp! Rm Dr. W. V. Newsom is holding his

tomobiles ; own and resting quietly today.

Owing to the increased price iii materials, we are compelled to chargeP 1

5. cents per loaf -stralnht for bread; loaves remaining the same size1
as heretofore.' w



tir j. 1. ii, l. a.i i jt r 1 r i ; i

we lane iins uuuaaiun tu tnaiiii me peupie ui uuaia lor uieir iiuerai .v.q v
patronage in the past and promise to use our best efforts to maintainrTT

the high reputation of our products.

Peloubet's notes on Sunday school BILIOUSNESS AND

lessons at The Murray Company. It lAJW&nr ALiun tuttiw

If you are ever trouoies witn du-

Mr. Phil Robmson is up from In- fRte1 in thft Wement of R. P.

vernessfQrJhe iweek-end. Erwin. Peru. Ind. "A year aeo last

winter I had an attack of indigestion

Th "Wildcats Odin's vniino- lnrW followed by biliousness and constipa-

basketbal, went t, feSer

wwu, "iCltle of tnem ana tney neipea rae ngnt

x team ox orane-oiossom town, i awav. r or saie dv an ueaiers. aav


Carter's Bakery,

T. C. CARTER, Prop.

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