OCA LA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1915
O li M
I 1:1 I
i hi -wi a ins I l k
OF THE GERMANS TO CREAK
THRU THE RUSSIAN LINES
Petrograd, Feb.' 2G. By another
, rapid shift of troops, the Germans
massed SCO 000 men between the
Bobr and Vistula rivers, and are mak making
ing making a desperate attempt to cut their
way; through the Russian lines.
The Germans have made some
pains at Prsasnyss, but their mass
attaclrs cost thera dearly. Attempt Attempting
ing Attempting to cros?, the Oizyo river, the Rus Russian
sian Russian artillery mowed them down.
Desperate hand to hand fighting is in
progress at Szczuczyn, Plochcwo,
Vasosx and Bisloszewo, These tcns
have practically been destroyed.
Berlin, Feb. 26. No important an- j
nouneements are made from the east
or west today.
THREE AMERICANS DROWNED
Berlin, Feb. 2G- It was reported
today that three members of the crew
lost their lives when '...the American
steamship Carib sank in the North
Sea. The disaster occurred off Bor Bor-kum
kum Bor-kum Island, near where the Evelyn
SUNK WITH 1800 SOLDIERS
Berlin, Feb. 26. A News dispatch
states that a British transport carry carrying
ing carrying 1SC0 soldiers was sunk by a Ger German
man German submarine with all on board lost.
Paris, Feb. 2G. The French check-;
ed all attempts of the Germans to in-!
I vest Verdun, after a heavy engage-
ment. The Germans were driven from
; their trenches near Eparges, and the
French captured the town. The re-
C"3 p I""
f 6 i f"
i r i v ;-'
L y 0 l
Warsaw, Feb. 26. The battles ;
the Niemen, Bobr, Narew and:
isitnlii ive c r ro dpvplnninj? into One
U 11 of the e-reatest battles of the war.
I U il u
f n n n r
s y u t 1 1! ii ni
il UlyiL.Uill The Germans are pouring reinforce
- i peated German counter attacks were
RUMORED THAT HOLLAND IS j repulsed. SUBMARINES LYING IN WAIT by the Russians
GOING INTO THE RUMPUS i A French destroyer was sunk by; FOR BIG LINERS OFF THE
an Austrian mine in forz Annvan iTi?s;iT PO ART
ments into their ranks to nil the
places of those soldiers swept away ;
U Li m c- W
ARE fiOli! AHEAD
REPORTED HOWEVER THAT Til
CABINET IS DISCUSSING Til
POLICY OF RETALIATION
Washington, Feb. 25
CARRANZA S MEN
Washington, Feb. 20. The Mexican
agency here today announced that
Carranza's army has begun, an attack
DEFEATED IN AN ATTEMPT TO
FORCE THE DARDANELLES
london, eb. Zb. Kates of msur- j Wednesdav. Thirtv-eisht of the crew
ance against Holland participating in were drowned. The boat was the; London, Feb. 2G. The successful
the European war suddenly jumped Dagxie. j operations of German submarines in
today when it was semi-omcially re- the North Sea resulted in the issuance
ported that the Dutch government FIGHTING HINDERED BY !cf ecret orders to all trans-Atlantic
was planning for war with Germany,; SNOW IN FLANDERS liners to remain in port until further Marion Fair Association Directors reject the American
and the Germans were preparing fori notice, according to reliable informa-' Held an Important Meeting mediation of the war zone prcblc 3.
tion today. It is reported here that' . i It is reported that possible ste-s cf
submarines kfe lying in wait for big' The. m.eetinS of the xuarln ailp retaliation were considered, but none
association directors a, uie w f the adminisration adviscr, VCM
! Trade headquarters was attended by &ive ft hJnt of
T T nrA foctre I.nTT-. r
i. i csiucn i. iticucii, j.iiv iiiv. ------- conferercp
dent and his cabinet today discussed
the course to be taken by the United
States in the event the allies thculd
an aggressive offensive against Hol
London, Feb. 26. Snow storms are ;
hindering the operations in France:
' and Flanders, where
? fighting between the British and Ger
i uners on tne irisn coast.
! mans continues.- The hardest fighting
, centers around Y'pres; at ether points
The Agatheridary Society held its jthe Germans maintaining a heavy ar-
regular meeting this afternoon. After tjjjery re
the minutes of the preceding meeting j
had been read and approved, the fol-1 ALLIES HAVE .MADE GAINS
lowing program was rendered: j
SnhWt- Wnshintrfftn and IxmvfeUl Bans, Feb. -G.
rm British have made
Rftnff:;hv aI i aiong the Labas
'dsJ t wct,;. a I French in the vicinity of
A BIG DAY AT WILLISTON
At 2 o'clock today Mr. Leavengood
bliss. Mclver. John L. Edv.-ards and!
XNUL1UU UiUL tile JJ1 il-C ctttv uit
FANNJE R. GARY SOCIETY
l l i l a. r xi i "i
pnoiieu in a unci account, oi ine aea- 4v ?omn 4
A. ... the premium list be the same this
H.UUU1I JLOl LUC lit VV Ulg ti
-The French and
; school building at Williston. There
year as last year was carried.
The secretary reported that a num-
; r .7- were between 1800 and 2000 people J h nrPn the regular
ide gams, the British? . .. ber of advertisements for the prem-ir
, , it 'on the ground, coming from all direc- . , , tv tannie K. G
see high road, and the .. , , A. mm list had already been secured. Mr.
- r.- tions and, many of them from this ,, nnA yesterday ai
- ,n, A m Civil Engineer: Nina Camp; As a
ronstantmople, Fcb 26.-An offi- GmmU 0exter Phillip3; As a Presi-
i in the Champagne region and also
! north of MesnillesmurT. The battle
continues in the Champagne district,
At least two
present from Ocala.
The great parade formed at Barr
ing sayr, the Dardanelles were bom-L,., TT
u.'j.j ,11:. Sidney Harold.
dent: E. C. Smith; As a Statesman:! t fl . ton Square and marched to the new , ..
tt i j i where the Germans are attempting to of securing advertisements.
The members and women of the
Baptist church who were absent from
, the regular monthly meeting cf the
Jary Missionary Society
f4- ; j .
Mclver offered one for his firm, and! V ralc
Mr. Edwards one for the Irvine Crate i and great spiritual uplift
& Basket Co. The 'secretary was in-j p Te t0 CT e "boc:al cr
j :u Personal Sen ice." The leader fcr the
MI UClt'U IU ITU aiiCttU Willi uc . m
occasion was Mrs. Brigance, who h;
and in the engagements some of the j freJ Macay
ships were damaged. ri in
A1 check the French offensive. ....... The subject of races was discussed.; . a
Oration, lieorcre Wflsnintrtnn! A I- pmcp? tnnV nlao Ti croat rvoMrlo J i mi vinrirv fi--Tr Hi")?; fA
I, Four Turkish forts at the entrance: x T 11 d Some of the members thought too-
! XUUr A. UI JVlCili IUH3 il tile iillG : , JUic vx WiiG lutuiutii) ... 1 j t
- Al i , was formed, first, t)f the military u v about this kind of work
of the Dardanelles have been destroy- TT .. . much attention was given to the races,
OUT IN IOWA
DesMoines, Feb. 26. The governor
today signd the bill forbidding the
sale of alcoholic liquors in Iowa, after
January 1st, 1916.
OTTOMANS CLAIM A
VICTO R Y AT ARTWIN
Constantinople, Feb. 26. Turkish
troops defeated the Russians in the
Caucasus, near Artwin, according to
an official announcement, inflicting
heavy losses, forcing the Russians to
Chorus, Mt. Vernon Bells. vt ; T C band of the University of Florida.
Essay, Description of Mt. Vernon: If0 Dy ;ne l?a P- Iieet -nt the school children with the cit cit-Paul
Paul cit-Paul Brinson. has entered the straits and -begun brj h The school
x .. Recitation, The Day is Done: Marie f owccJ"l uuv """C5
Mr. C. -W Hunter informs the Star.; Burnett. I
GAS COMPANY IS GENEROUS
others considered they were a good;
feature. Some were in favor of con
fining races to Marion county horses,
was carried on in our foreign f
which she did in her Eweet, chr.rr
manner, saying the women are r:oi
J holidav and all schools closed and
that the ucaia uas uompany is worK-; Essay, The Life of Longfellow: Pat KAILKUAD main KILLED
mg toward putting gas in tne nign Gillem Mr. J. S. James, trainmaster for the tended the exercises.
school building for the use of the do-; Recitation: Margaret Moore. ; Seaboard at Tampa was killed last' Mr. C. W. Trice was master of
mestic science department, and hopes. After tne reports of the critics, night in the yards pf the Tampa: ceremonies. Among the distinguish distinguish-to
to distinguish-to make the necessary connections in there being no further business to! Northern. A train ran over his body, ed visitors present who spoke, were
two or three weeks. There is no rea-come before the house, the society ad-! severing both limbs and mutilated his Mr. Shelton, Mr. W. O. .Brewer Dr.
son to blame the gas company for the jourRed to meet again March 5. body. He was taken immediately to Cox and Prof. Murphree of the Uni-
delay It cannot make the connec- ; i the hospital where he died two hours versitv of Florida. Messrs. Roonev
( - w -
card cf the county declared today a . ... customed to "make calls' as
, ,. , J but others thought this was unadvis- ,
f but when acked by their committee?!
moTt of the pupils and teachers at- racc The secretary was j ; to do so in a helpful way they really
structed to submit the part of thel c ''?"u' ""
premium list usuallv devoted to races ?ou vaf of dom- worK for
: , , Lord and master.
10 norsemen ior tneir auvice, aim iu
report at the next meeting.
An objection was raised to prem premiums
iums premiums on Graded bulls from other
tions until it has laid several hundred'
feet of pipe, and as it will give the j
gas to the school, it is more to bei
THE ATHENIAN SOC11 fY
; afterward. Mr. James was promoted and Weaver of Ocala.
i to the position about two months ago.. At the noon hour the great crowd
After they get acquainted cr a lit little
tle little more accustomed to the mission missionary,
ary, missionary, they are eaer to go to every
counties, but it was not sustained. It "L "tJ t."..
tfivice wnen tne iiina
praised tor its public spirit man cm- ""Y r". V: I Grove. Ga.. and was .arraneine to co!n immense harhruH fP5,t hnd Wn
! uiar meeting' tms aiternoon. Alter ' M , .V :
i ixxi.vr ins lamiiy aim urmir iiicm iu Drscarca ana tnose nresent nartooK
i the minutes of the preceding meeting
was decided, however, that premiums
be restricted tor Marion county steers.
It was resolved to have the arches
ctvfr Rrnnwnv vonnirrl nnH rpnnint.l
ed, which step of the association will; 4 iJlu"lv
taught to do helping work.
She al?o jrave us pcr?onal informa information
tion information regarding our own beloved n: is,
HANDSOME DISPLAY CABINETS
iv, r tun ri Tampa, where he was arranging a of such a dinner as only is found at , x, ,
had been read rnd approved, the fol- mn:nc! TfiM T,, , . be approved by the people of both
i . home from them. 1 he remnms were rnf nf Finnrin'c nrwn.!iir nicmoe m x 1
Cardiff, Feb. 2G. A German sub submarine
marine submarine is believed to have been
wrecked5 on the north coast of Wales.
The wreckage of such a vessel is be
ing waslled" ashore today.
MORNING AT OSSINING
j Ossinning, N. Y., Feb. 26. Robert
Kane, Oscar Vogt and Vincenzo Cam Cam-I
I Cam-I panelli, the three women .slayer,
were electrocuted in Sing bmg prison
AUTO FATALITY IN ALABAMA
Montgomery, Feb. 2G. I. Bertyaker
was killed, K. C. Barkoot was fatally
hurt, and four others seriously injured
this morning when the Barkoot Car Carnival
nival Carnival automobile collided with a
Mr. Marcus Frank has placed in his;
store some of the handsomest fixtures
in the city. They comprise eight sec sections
tions sections for displaying ladies' dresses,
and each section will hold thirty gar-
Inwino. nfAcrrm wa rAndd- iuvuw i,wu in.. ux nunuds upu-u,r picnics or
Subject: The Seven Wonders of theishiPPed toLocutGroye for burial, barbecues
city and county.
World. .. .'
- Essay, The Pyramids of Egypt :
Essay, The Hanging Gardens'
ments. The cabinets are almost dust- 6
nissay, ine xempie oi uiana
Ephesus: Francis Bridges.
proof, handsomely finished and the
doors and display arms on which the
garments are suspended work freely
on roller bearings. Mr. Frank is
quite proud of getting the cabinets
set up ready for use without a scratch
or blemish, either by the transporta transportation"
tion" transportation" company or his workmen. The
cabinets will be a big convenience in i
handling his rapidly increasing trade ;
in ladies' ready to wear garments.
A spirited baseball came took
The Board" of Trade, on account ofiTce between Citra"and" Williston
Her talk was greatly enjoyed
On motion of Mr. Chambliss, MrsJre?V uplift' Mt5r
i spienaia taiK aoout our social ei
the song, "A Little Tl'.i
so many other public matters being 2nd a basKetball game was played by , Love" was sung with swelling heart:?
, ... i.i i t T.,,. me approval oi me uoaru ox
up last night, adjourned until the next ; the girls of Archer and Williston.
regular meeting, Wednesday evening,; Everyone was having a good time;
there was proud of Williston, her
Essay, The Mausoleum: Ruth Sim Simmons.
mons. Simmons. ;-v;V'
' Essay, The Pharos of Alexandria:
Paper: Walter Moorhead.
Best composition: Mollie Blalock.
,! Critic: Fanny Carlisle.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Riley of Am-j As there was no more business to
encus, Ga.. who have (been at the.ftTY1p WnrP tho hems' th' d.
nors of the Board of Trade.
at the gathering and every citizen! . . i
. i Cam-and Meffert were appointed a :
JMontlay, l.i "tn. uvui uuuuui aim ui tne
r An interesting paper on the eubj
otner : i u.. r- t a n,-
matters of detail, the directors ad-i "tl T x
. j The business session was lull cf ln-
, ; terest and instruction.- We cucusscd
and adopted the suggested plan of ap-
MOOSE HAD A GOOD MEETING portioni;ent of Ritts t0 ou'r :,n.
1 ary causes, by our secretary of the
Ji:ssay, The ytatue ot Jupiter atr oaiuruay anu iuonuay, i nors at its next session.
Athens: Fannie Carlisle. ;,-v.- pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol-1 Tojai gooa time tney were giving After attending to various
Essay, The Colossus of Rhodes: j tar's worth of other groceries, for
; cash. Smith Grocery Co. Pnone 434. tf
and the sincere desire to do more fcr
the advancement of our Lord's work
by "giving out 'more love" and help helping
ing helping the weary and timid in His r.em;
to a higher plane of Christian living.
'- .COLDS ARE OFTEN
MOST SERIOUS STOP
fany other kind ii you ao not lik? .rua&iULL cujii'LiUAllub
the Scotch) then try one at Johnny's- 'Th disregard for a cold has often
i 'irM 09 f j urougiu many a regret. j.ne xact oi
The Moose had a live and well at-i
l state work, Mrs. Peelman, Mrs. Gary
Sneezing, Couching, or a Fever should tended meeting at their hall -last' r:jnr jt out on tne blackbor.rd arc!
SPAR AN HIT A MINE
Rotterdam, Feb. 26. The Swedish
steamship Spartan arrived at Muiden
today, badly damaged. It is believed
she struck a mine in the North Sea.
ARGUING THE FRANK CASE
Washington, Feb. 26. Argument in
the Leo Frank case before the su supreme
preme supreme court continued today. It is
believed a conclusion of argument will
believed argument will be concluded
late this afternoon.
The Carmichael & Son- Company
received a carload of the Indianapolis
Brewing Company's draft beer yes-
j.terday, which was placed in "cold
storage at the plant of the Ocala Ice
& Packing Company.
Out of a total levy of $33,000 for
the year 1914, there remains uncol uncollected
lected uncollected more than $19,000. The city
council has ordered that the books be
closed after March 3rd, and the de delinquent
linquent delinquent list turned over to the city
marshal and city attorney to enforce
collection by suit, to which a penalty
of 10 per cent, will be added; also any
costs incurred in the collection there thereof.
of. thereof. W. W. Clyatt,
26-Ct City Tax Collector.
Ocala House for a few days, guests
of Messrs. Lane and Layton of the
Chero-Cola Company, returned home
this afternoon. Yesterday they were j
shown the beauties of Silver Springs
and the fine farming and stockraising
country north of Ocala. -Mr. Riley is I
the owner of two big cotton seed oil
mills and is a stockraiser on" an ex extensive
tensive extensive scale in addition. They were
delighted with this section of the
state and will return to the city again.
journed to meet again Friday, March
"be warning enough that your system night. All the business that hasLi! ir :n fnn cn 7f.
; needs immediate attention. Certain- i 11T, iaTiv i exPIammf 11 l? IUiI' ti
stacKea up lately was ciearea away. iiv r.drctAnd nd invinli
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. -Adv.
The Star regrets exceedingly to
learn of the death at Inverness of Mrs.
J. B. Dale, mother of Mr. W. M. Dale,
one time a citizen of Ocala, now of
Fresh Tom Watson watermelon seed
ior saie at ou cents per pouna. ucaia ; r - J5 iA! and affairs nut in eood shane to run!-,.-, .- t,.
?Ieed 5fnrt f tf s uuiy lu niiiibeii to assist uy iiiiuiantcu iii ucut w.
seea otore. o-n doing his part. Dr. King's New Dis- until the next meeting. Several out- Truly it .vas a great meeting and I
covery is based on a scientific analy- of town members were present and a;verjy ijeiieve that every ce r.-e
Mr William Hocker and Mr. T. C A of Colds. 50c at yoggist. number of good talks made for the;njoyed e :-r word of the
luckie returned last evemng trom J' jt ; ff0od of the order. Three applications j sesSi0n.
Jacksonville with a very handsome : t .... were received and all signs indicate!
six-cylinder Chalmers automobile for! ueu7 "uu "1U i that the lodge is thriving and going i
R e porter.
Books, books, at The Murrav Com-'
pany. oti VUJ" I social hall and partook of
After the business meeting was:
over, the members adjourned to their
Almanacs far 1013 at Bal-2-1
Business is always good at Gerig's, j
- HOW TO PREVENT
Mr. Walter B. Clay, a civil engineer
from Arcadia, is in the city today, on
business with Mr. R. S. Hall and Mr.
W. J. Hilands. ;
Our prescription department is our l
pride. Ask the doctor. The. Court
Pharmacy. 17-6t j
BIG OFFICE SAFE CHEAP
A large office safe, double cut and
! inside doors, Mosler make, stands
j over five feet high, 32 inches deep and
! 36 inches wide. Will sell for 50
I cash. Less than the freight and dray-
age from factory. Apply at Star of office.
fice. office. ... ::2-is-tf 7
W. K Lane 31. D Physician and I
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nosoj
and Throat. Law Library Building, I
Ocala, Fla. j
latest books at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 3t
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice PacIungCo.
cuofo nf hv!a rifv -f Tnru "Coming events -cast their shadow
Lucas Countv. ss. before." This is especially true of j
Prnrl- J fonov malroa nntti V.n 1 JlllOUS attack
he is senior nartner of the firm of P. i yu wil1
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the J Vare
STOP THAT COUGH NO Vr
ty, j uu ia 11 u vuiu, v.
; some purlo, furnished by the com-1 cough. h first thing to do is to tn1.?
; mittee of which Mr. A. J. Fausett was Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-IIor.ey. It r-
BILIOUS ATTACKS i J i P lungs and fights the germs of the
.nlc lct Li, Wnw.table meetm the lod-e adjourned. eaSe, giving quick relief and naturr.
healing. "Our vho!e family d
said, and that said firm will
' r.,., AXTP TITTXTrT5XT TriT T A T C
. - Pino.Tyr.Tinnpr fnr rriT:r;. fir. J.
s. Your appetite will AM) tKUUP IN CHILDREN Vt'" rVirTT:
fool on,1 lmiirl VOiU.-, v.uio ""--
feel dull and languid., i :uft n; Tf 'tr-i--a v,in f.n fit
subject to bilious attacks j Many people rely upon Chamber- yoWdruggist. tueo- Aurs-fri-wkly.
of Chamberlain's Tablets Iain's Couirh Remedv imn aitlv in ms- i 1
; ; 1
pay the : as oon as tncse symptoms appear and ; es of colds and croup, and it never!
iT.T.AT?c:the attack may bo waiced off For ; disanncints them. Mrs. E. IL Thomas
;for each and every case of Catarrh snle b a11 dealers- Adv.0f Logansport, Ind., writes: "I have'
, . touna cnamoenam's uougn Kemeay
I to be the best medicine for colds and
1 that cannot be cured by the use of.
HALLS CATARRH CURE.
i Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De-;
-cember, A. D. 188G. -j
(Seal) A. W. Gleason,
! ; Notary Publi?.
i Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter-
1 nally and acts directly upon the blood
j and mucous surfaces of the system. ;
I Send for testimonials free.
i o ? f C1 y & P?., Tojedo, Ohio.;p Colonial noteL
i ooiu uy au uruggists. iaKe nan g
1 Pills for constipation. ad.
Dr. Ruth S. ArnoM
j croup I have ever used, and never tire
of recommending it to my friends and
; neighbors. I have always given it to
i my chi Idren when suffering from 1
I croup, and it has never failed to give
: them prompt relief." For sale by all :
AND ELECTRIC WORK
; Call J. F. Robbinson at phone 443. All
work guaranteed. 2-13-tf
WILBUR W. C. SulTH
Funeral Director cr:
E. C. Jordan & Co.
; Furniture and
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
The best gin rickey in the city is
r crved at Jchr.r.y'3 riice. 22-tf
.UHLE PFIT YQUm LTC3L1 ?
Buy direct from the men who make
the fashion; the clothes; the cloth,
and save the middle man's profit
SUITS -.Made to leasere :
We sell from our mills direct to
you. Classiest Styles, Nobbiest
Fabrics and Shades. Guarante
a fit at a price you can always
We confine our efforts to making these swell $15 ouits and Overcoats. We make them better, use better materials, give better style and fit, than cloths you pay $25 and S30 for in other stores. Come to cur
inspect our line and use your good judgement. We won't urge you to buy. We are always at your service.
THE ENGLISH WOOL-IEFtf MIIIOL
OCALA EVENING STAlt, FRIDAY, .f EB&JJA&Y 26,. 1015
GALA EVENING STAR
j PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
j 11 1
BITTINGEK & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
II. XL Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
' 3. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered' at. Ocr''Fla.. postofflce as second class matter.
Oss .year, xa advance.
Zlz xaostas, in advance. .
Tirea months, In advance.
0x4 month,' In, advance.
$5.00 One year- In advance. ..... $8.00
2.50 Six months,' in advance. . . 4.25
1.25 Three months, in advance. 2.25
.50 One month, in advance .80
William Howard Taft is one of the
biTst men in the country.
, Ths Clearwater Sun says that Sew-
ii.ii,ftTfl 1st fcmldincr .in that town &
l-ou-3 biir enough to hold all the hu
r-crisis' in America."-It wouldn't take
vw house to hold all the real
hurseriats in the world.
would be more than able to replace all
property loss to American ship own owners.
ers. owners. However, it could not replace
any lives lost, nor could it retaliate pn
any of the German seamen who are
tied np in this country with their
ships. At least, it wouldn't whether it
could or not.
forged letters are a necessary part of j
militarism, and the individual who j
learned them at school would apply
them to his personal affairs. Strange
that Lee, Grant, Jackson, Thomas, the
Johnstons, Beauregard, and a thou
sand other noted men who graduated
at West Point should, always have been
noted for their high standard of
honor, if the Pennsylvania man's
statement is true. We saw in the
Tampa Tribune the other day, a longj
letter, the writer of which declared j
that a certain American regiment j
couldn't sail for the Philippines for
weeks, because on parade at San
Francisco every day, the commanding
officer asked every man who was not
diseased to step out, and only one or
two answered. A man who would
make such a statement 'knows less
about military affairs than a company
cook; yet we suppose his statement
was accepted by a majority of those
who read it.
SEED HAVE BEEN DELAYED
As will be seen by a dispatch 'else-
President Wilson praises the
t-rr.pla and straight-forward people of
th a iouthern mountains. Which shows
that the president never mingled in a
herss trade with one of those same
tnount&ineers .v. ;;v,';
Ths war is coming close to Florida.
.Tha'.Evelyn'.was" a -; freight steamer,
'clten seen in Florida ports, and the
Carib was once a Clyde liner, in which
many Ocala people have made the
: trip between .'Jacksonville v and :;: New
: York, cr vice versa.
Germany decided that she would
have to walk over both Luxemburg
. and Belgium to attack-France.'-.'-She
rrorr.lzcd both immunity from trou-
Hs if they would allow themselves to
hi walked over. Luxemburg submit submitted
ted submitted End Belgium fought.'"-' Now both
are suffering, but Belgium has saved
her honor.' :'-." '"?.'; 1 .. J--'
If anybody supposes the United
States is powerless to resent injury
to its seamen and shipping by either
the allies or Gerinany, they' are much
mistaken. In regard to the former,
our government has only to make its
people keep their ships 'and supplies
at home, to deal Great Britain and
France a heavier blow than they could
receive from a million Germans. In
fact, this is probably what Germany
of all things wants America to do. In
case : Germany forces the United
States to assert itself, it has several
very efficacious ways of doing so. One
would be to send American troops to
France by way of Gibraltar and Mar Marseilles
seilles Marseilles ; another to send them into
Poland and Galicia by way of the
Pacific and the Siberian railway. The
war right now is hanging in the bal balance
ance balance America's sword would turn
The- slit skirt is not one of the new newest
est newest hut one of the oldest of feminine
fashions.' It originated among the
aborigines of Ceylon, the first land on
ths globe,' so ..far as is known, where
humans came down out of the trees to
walk on the ground, eat cooked food
cr.d wear clothes. Each lady of that
tins and place wore a vine around her
waist with one cute little fig leaf
apron in front and another behind. We
see by this that the slit skirt was
probably the original Worth creation.
If German submarines torpedo Am American
erican American ehips, our, government is able
to make prompt and efficacious retal retaliation.
iation. retaliation. : 'A large number of German
chips are laid up in American ports,
and. if cur government seized them, it
If the dispatch elsewhere, saying
that: Great Britain is in sympathy
with Russia's desire to have Constan Constan-tinnTile.
tinnTile. Constan-tinnTile. is based on truth, it shows
that the British have at last awaken awakened
ed awakened to their own interests. Their dog-in-the-manger
policy toward Russia
has hurt not only that nation but
themselves and the whole world. If
they had not helped to head Russia off
in 1878, they would not have been
fighting for their lives now. They
have hindered Russia, who should and
would- have been their friend, and
helped 'Germany, who has turned out
to be their enemy.
The notice in a recent issue of
the Star of the seed for free distri distribution
bution distribution from the U. S. agricultural de department
partment department through Congressman L'En L'En-gle,
gle, L'En-gle, was premature, as we have learn learned,
ed, learned, and we have not yet received the
seed, though a great many have call called
ed called and written for them.
However, we are advised by Con
gressman L'Engle that the seed are
on the way from Washington to us
and all applications for them will
probably be filled during the next few
daya. There will be plenty of the seed
for all inquiring, as over a thousand
assortments of garden and several
hundred assortments of flower seeds
have been sent.
Call, write or phone for them and
all orders will be filled as quickly as
possible after they are received.
offers fertile farm lands
at prices lower than are
paid for poorer lands
This, for the farmer,
means a double saving.
It means that he can in increase
crease increase his acreage.
An increase in his acre acreage
age acreage means a cut in his
Then, he should consider
how much more he can
save by buying now.
He should consider Ma Marion
rion Marion County's geological
and geographical posi position.
tion. position. LOUIS R. C0AZAI
& SONS CO.
EE AL ESTATE
Holder Building P. O. Box 475
Telephone 228 Ocala, Fla.
GOLDMAN'S PRIZE AUTOMOBILE
As will be seen by the advertise advertisement
ment advertisement elsewhere in this issue, Mr. B.
Goldman of the Ocala Bargain House,
is offering to give away oil Friday,
April 16th, an automobile to the boy
or girl securing the greatest number
of votes, said votes to be given for all
purchases at the Ocala Bargain House.
In addition, the mother of the for fortunate"
tunate" fortunate" boy or girl will be given a $5
goldpiece. Each contestant is entitled
to receive 1000 votes free, when nom nominated
inated nominated in the contest. The automobile
is on display, in the window of the
store and is just like the cut. The
auto is well and strongly made, the
frame work and wheels are strong,
the rubber tires good and any boy or
girl who can win the auto will feel
very proud of it. After you have en
tered the contest, have your friends
trade at the Ocala Bargain House and
save their votes for you.
of making that state their future
A number of music loving people
met with Miss Mabel McClain Sunday
evening and enjoyed a song service.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Fort were shop
pers in Ocala one day last week.
ALL SHOULD SEE IT
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, Florida, intend to apply
to the legislature of the state of Flor-
da, at it3 regular session in 1915, for
a special legislation authorizing the
reissue and validation of all outstand
ing county warrants issued by or un
der authority of the board of county
commissioners" of Marion county, Flor
ida, prior to February 1st, 1915, or
such of said warrants as the said leg
islature may see fit to authorize to be
re-issued and validated; and also pro
viding for the, payment of interest
thereon, and for making the said war
rants payable at fixed periods.
Board County Commissioners, Marion
County, Florida. 1-30
SEVERE REMARK FROM STRAUB
The forces of the devil triumphed
at Jacksonville, and Mayor Bowden
will loosen up that town to the point
of liberality." -St. Petersburg Times.
THE BAD MAN
OF THE EAST COAST
Its funny what a lot the ordinary
civilian doesn't know; about military
affairs. The superintendent of Penn Pennsylvania's
sylvania's Pennsylvania's 'educational system op opposes
poses opposes military training in schools, be because
cause because he says spying and sending
John Ashley killed an Indian in the
Everglades some two or three years
ago, and after eluding capture for a
long time was finally brought to trial.
Through the carelessness of the offi officers
cers officers he was allowed to escape, and
since that time he has turned out to
be an all round bad man. Only a short
time ago he fired on a party of hunt hunters,
ers, hunters, severely wounding one of them
and scaring the other two out of ten
years growth. Two days ago he and
his gang held up the Stuart bank and
robbed it of some $4,000. Ashley will
probably be captured, since he has
come to be a terror to the lower east
Coast, but the fact that he is at large
is due to the negligence of the officers
who had him in charge, when once in
captivity- Orlando Reporter-Star.
, IS I
State Board of Health Exhibit, which
v will be Here this Week
Don't forget that on Thursday and
Friday the state board of health ex exhibit
hibit exhibit will be at the Board of Trade
rooms as a great educational feature
to every man, woman and child. We
want you to come and study this ex exhibit
hibit exhibit while it is v in our city. Our
school board could not do a wiser
thing than to instruct our schools on
one of these days to turn out their
scholars at the noon hour and bring
every teacher and pupil and let them
learn these great lessons of health
These exhibits will be in charge of
Dr. Young t of the state board and
Miss Henderson, who is connected also
with the board and is so proficient in
tuberculosis diseases. No one should
miss this opportunity for these les lessons
sons lessons as this information cannot be
obtained except on occasions of this
kind. It is all free and all are wel
come. Be sure to come.
J. D; Rooney, Secretary.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corners Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Pe z 2 Toaslles are made for the purpose of af affording
fording affording you all the enjoyment and satisfaction that
the four sides, top and bottom of the big package
Only the inner sweetmeat of the choicest Indian
corn is used. These selected bits of corn are cooked,
coaconed just right, rolled and toasted till they are
bi crackly, golden-brown crisps
Then into the big, familiar yellow corton, go the
The wax wrapper keeps out moisture, dust and
taint, and you get these flakes just as they leave the
factory ovensfresh, crisp and delicious, ready to
carve direct from the package. V
Pest Toasties are so superior to the ordinary
brands of "corn flakes" that you will be well repaid
for making ihe distinction in name.
There's, a package' for ou at your grocer's
P-:''tbxt 'Superior': Com FJoIies
' II" I'lll I' W HIM Will I 1 HJUiM "I
Candler, Feb. 24. Mr. Pat "Winf ree
has made the first drilled well in this
section, going to a depth of 152 feet.
This well was made for the Martsolf
packing house. From here, Mr. Win,
free, his crew and large engine went
to Heather Island to fill a contract in
well drilling. v
Mr. J. C. Wheeler' has finished the
erection of a packing house on his
grove adjoining Mrs. Holtzclaw's
The Philomathian society of the
public school observed .Washington
day by rendering an appropriate pro program
gram program at their regular meeting Friday
afternoon. About twenty-five patrons
and friends of the school manifested
interest by being present.
Owingto the illness of the program
committee the Senior Literary So Society,'
ciety,' Society,' with the exception of two mem members,
bers, members, was unable -to render the con contemplated
templated contemplated program at its regular
meeting Friday evening. A number of
the Philomathian members being
present, they were called on and came
to the assistance by rendering in
part their program rendered in the
public school that afternoon. A food
sale followed the program.
Mrs. Charles Mathews is visiting
her sister, Mrs. George Mathews, on
the east coast.
Mrs. Lucy Freeman is entertaining
her daughter-in-law and two little
girls, who arrived Saturday from
Mrs. S. Woods, who has been the
guest of Mrs. Lucy Freeman for sev several
eral several months, went to St. Cloud Mon Monday
day Monday for a several weeks' visit before
returning to her home in Vermont.
Mr. J.. C. Wheeler has purchased
the property opposite the Brammer
residence, which is known as the H.
Rickords property, and has commenc commenced
ed commenced work on the present building, ex expecting
pecting expecting to make improvements on
same, with a view of making it his
The farmers are busy making prep preparations
arations preparations for their spring planting.
The Candler baseball team is book-
'ed for a match game with Oklawaha
on the hitter's diamond next Saturday
The Junior Christian Endeavor is
planning for an ice cream social at
the residence of Mrs. Thomas Gilles
pie next Wednesday evening.
This week Mrs. Henry Clark enter
tained the sewing circle at her home
Wednesday afternoon, while on Thurs
day afternoon, the W. C. T.'U. meets
at the residence of Mrs. W. W. Jones.
Mr. Fred Driver and family are
shipping their household goods to Ok
iahoma where, in the near future,
they expect to go with the intention
You will find that Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has recognized advan
tages over most medicines in use for
coughs and colds. It does not sup
press a cough but loosens and reliev
es it. It aids expectoration and opens
the secretions, which enables the sys
tern to throw off a cold. It counter
acts any tendency of a cold to re
suit in pneumonia, it contains no
opium or other narcotics and may be
given to a child as confidently as to
an adult. For sale by all drug
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Of unequalled QUALITY,
each aacr are there-
. naif of extraordinary care
& watchfulness In the par
chase of only the Highest
Grade of Caw materials
, The workmanship also
Is watched as carefully
end the same unremitting
iT&tchialness. enters Into
; the manufacture of oar
Cups, Bars. Drops aad
other Counter Goods as In
our BONBONS, COCOA
If too want ffoarljaiad.
- Ill V WV iiii.
jj sar- van W
We wish to announce to the public of Cen Central
tral Central Florida that our large and up-to-date Bottling
Plant !a nnrif nnnn vnorlir fnr incnAPtinn nHfl VI 51-
& lrniL i.i i in v i ii ii .i i i i .nil v 1 1 j i in kiuvnui -
tors are welcome.
We are Bottling, for the trade only, our
mous. Georgia drink,
the drink that is famous for its purity, that satis satisfies
fies satisfies the thirsty, refreshes the weary; pleases the
most fastidious taste. Every dealer in reach of
Ocala should have our CHERO-COLA on sale.
We are also bottling a full line of carbonated
Our plant is two blocks south of the square, on
CHERO-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
f Phone 521 -:- Ocala, Fla.
x tw limn 2iH Na, w2 tMi iTT
TDffi TO ACT
Don't Wait for the Fatal Stages of
Kidney Illness- Profit by Ocala
Occasional attacks of backache, ir
regular urination, headaches and
dizzy spells are frequent symptoms
of kidney disorders. Its an error to
neglect these Ills. The attacks may
pass oft for a time but generally re return
turn return vrith greater intensity. Don't
delay a minute. Begin taking Doan's
Kidney Pills, and keep up their use
until the desired results are obtain
ed, Cood work in Ocala proves the
effectiveness of this great kidney
QIrs. Ea son Smith, 330 Oklawaha
avenue, ucaia, says: i Know joan s
Kidney Pills are a good remedy for
kidney and hladder trouble. -1 have
used them on different occasions for
these ailments and have had imme
diate Tellef. I am glad to have the
omortunity of endorsing such a
good remedy as Doan s Kidney
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan s Kidney Pills the same
that Odrs. "'Smith had. Foster-'Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ND HERE IS HEADQUARTERS FOR THE "BEST"
No small part of your duties is selecting the grocer who t.liall
supply your daily menu.
Good health is a personal responsibility and a simple habit. It
is practically regulated in the kitchen. You are in reality custodian
of your family's health. You select the food, decide how St. shall be
prepared, with what it shall be seasoned.
Nothing these days is changing and improving faster than the
grocery store. WE ST THE PACE FOR OUR COMPETITORS.
Visit our store and you will find that we have as complete a
stock of FANCY GROCERIES as can be found in the stateand
kept in a sanitary condition.
If you are not dealing with us get among our list of Satisfied
The following list of SPECIAL VALUES will interest you and
the prices are good only for
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
in and for Marion County, in
C. Huggins Complainant, vs. Zach-
ariah F. Taylor and others, De DefendantsOrder
fendantsOrder DefendantsOrder for Constructive
' .It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: Zachariah F.
Taylor and Annie E. M. Taylor, be
and are hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed in this
cause on or before ;
Monday, the 22nd Day ofIarch, 1815
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order he published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state.
This 19th day of February, 1915.
(Clerk's Seal) P. H. Nugent, r
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By M. E. Goddard, D. C.
Complainant's Solicitor. 19-fri
Food Valnc. aad at tiie
ane tiaia ha-rlad a nlfMnt
taste, try onr FEAJNUT CilOG CilOG-tlLATE
tlLATE CilOG-tlLATE or Cliocolite Eiippad
T. W. TGOMffi
in l7omsnfs Life
'AH human experience looks back to
motberhood as the wonder of wonders.
The patience, the
fortitude, tha sub sublime
lime sublime faith during the
period of "expectancy
are second only to
the mother love be bestowed
stowed bestowed upon the
most helpless but
most marvelous cre creationa
ationa creationa baby.
Women are quick
to learn from eah
ther those helpful agencies that aid to
comfort, and yet are perfectly safe to use
and among: these they recommend
It Is entirely an external application
designed to lubricate the broad, flat
muscles and skin that protect .the
abdomen. It has been in favorable use
for nearly half a century and is known
to mothers in almost every settled com community
munity community In the United States who highly
recommend it. You win find it on sale
la drug stores. "Mnher's Friend" is
utterly harmless, coataiaa no deadening
drug?, very beneficial, very soothing and a
Get a bottle of "Mother's Friend" to to-iay
iay to-iay at any drug store and write to us
for our instructive little book to mothers.
Address Bradfield Regulator Co., 213
Lamar Bids., Atlanta, Ga.
Notice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala, of Marion
county, Florida, will apply to the leg legislature
islature legislature of the state of Florida, at the
next session thereof, for special or
local legislation for the following
sitting in chancery, jurisdiction upon
any bill brought by the city of Ocala,
to recover for any sidewalk or street
paving done by the said city within
the corporate limits thereof in cases
where the assessments made therefor
against any real estate is void by rea reason
son reason of any irregularity in the making
thereof; further, to give the said
court the power and jurisdiction to de determine
termine determine the amount due said city aft after
er after taking into consideration the costs
of such improvement and the en enhancement
hancement enhancement of the property by such
improvement and having so determin determined
ed determined such amount to make and enter
a decree in favor of said city for such
amount, which decree shall be a lien
superior to all other liens on such
property, whether accruing before or
after the entry thereof, and whether
said property may have changed own ownership
ership ownership since the time of the making
of such improvement or not. Further,
that the said court shall have such
power and jurisdiction, and this act
shall apply to all such assessments
whether heretofore or hereafter
made by said city, and whether orig original
inal original assessments made have been de declared
clared declared to be void by a court or not;
further, that said city shall be requir required
ed required to join as defendants only the
owners of such property at the time
of the filing of such bill. 2-5-fri-2n
City Council of the City of Ocala.
Irish Potatoes, per peck,
10 Pounds Water Ground Meal, for
WHITE BACON, per pound,.... ..
Lard Compound, per pound...... .-.
Baby Size St. Charles Milk, per dozen, . . .........
25c Brooms, each ............... .
Brookfield Butter, pound prints each ...... .......
10c Bottles Vanilla or Lemon Extract, each
10c Packages Kingsford Corn Starch per, package ........
10c Bottles McCormick's Ammonia, per bottle
25c Tins English Channel Mackerel, per tin
25c Tins Herring, in sauce, per tin
20c Tins Kippered Herring, per tin ..
15c Tins Kippered Herring, per tin,
25c Burnham's Clam Chowder, per tin,
10c Tins Herring Roe, per tin. . .... . ...
15c Tins Bumham & Murrell Fish Flakes, 2 tins for ......
25c Tin 3- Potter & Wrightington Cod Fish Balls, per tin...
40c Tins Royal Scarlet Lobsters, per tin ...
70c Tins Royal Scarlet Lobsters, per tin,
25c Tins Cod Roe, per tin
15c Tins Shrimp, per tin
20c Tin Royal Scarlet Clams, per tin .
25c Red Line Asparagus, per tin. . . . .
25c Tin Sun-Kist Asparagus, per tin,
25c Tin Brownie Peaches, per tin, .. .. ..
SOc Florida choice canned Guavas (no seed) per tin
25c Jar Florida Guava Jam, per jar
25c Jar Florida Orange Jelly, per, jar,
25c Jar Kumquat Marmalade, per jar
20c Glass Guava Jelly, per glass, .. .. .......
20c Tin Curtice Red Pitted Cherries, per tin,
20c Tin Cutrice, Red Raspberry preserves, per tin
20c Tin Cutrice Lawton Berry preserves, per tin
20c Tin Curtice Strawberries, per tin,
a m art Q
9 c V V
. . .17c
Beginning Saturday. we will issue coupons with every cash pur purchase.
chase. purchase. Make the start with us, and secure for the:e coupons, llOG llOG-GERS
GERS llOG-GERS SILVERWARE for almost nothing.
MJo iiHo5 ii LLiLi
f Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.) -,
bc'PEH P0U:iDt DEUVEuED
PHONES 16 and 174
Marlon County Abstract Coir.p
r s" f
First Consideration and Special Attention Giver to
NORTH and NORTHWEST
"DIXIE FLYER,". "DIXIE LIMITED", "SEMINOLE LIMITED,' 'TOUT
ATLANTIC LIMITED." "MONTGOMERY ROUTE.
6TANDAHD IcILrj).l m-v Till;
Pullm?i Jacksonville to Chicago. St. Louis, Cincir.n
Indianapolis, Cleveland and intermediate points.
DINING. AND OBSERVATION" CARS
, Fcr tickets and inicrmation call on Atlantic C 'met Ticket Am:;
FR1TOT, D. P. A., J. G. KIRXLAND, D. P. A.,
1 ; Jacksonville, Fla." 1e.rr.pr.,
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tflNG'-.-STAIl, FPJDAY, FEDIlUAIiY 25,. 1915
But dont skate on the sidewalk.
THE AR1V10RY SiCAnlG RlIt
Is now open from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 10. At Attendants
tendants Attendants for the little folks.
Admission: Skates furnished 25c; Skates not
furnished 15c; spectators 5c.
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings for Ladies
and Gentlemen only. Wednesday afternoon from
2 to 5 for Ladies only. Proceeds every Wednesday
afternoon benefit of Woman's Club. I
L. S. RHODES, Manager
UUALA SUUiAL ArT AlKo
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 10c)
Trantham-Bollock Wedding a Bril Bril-liant
liant Bril-liant Social Erent
The Presbyterian church was the
chosen sanctuary for the solemniza- I played.
It is rarely that one sees so beauti-i
ful a bride as Miss Bullock, in her ex exquisite
quisite exquisite bridal robe of white pussy wil-
tion of a brilliant ceremony last eve-
ning at 9 o'clock when the marriage
of Miss Josephine Van Bullock, lovely
daughter, of Mr. ancf Mrs. Raymond
Bramhall Bullock, to' Mr. Thomas Sim Sim-Z
Z Sim-Z mons Trantham toxk place, hundreds
of interested friends gathering to
, witness the
$f T77 nw Ciay
the love knot,
which made one i of Florida's fairest
daughters the bride of a prominent
South Carolinian whose law interests
has removed him to the capital of his
Ionae s state.
"'Tlie'decorations were very beauti
ful and were perhaps the most elab-
Good Baking Powder and Good
Go Hand In Hand
We sell Calumet Baking Powder and Henry
Clay Flour to you under a "Money Back Guar Guaranteed
anteed Guaranteed V:'.':'
Get a can of this well known brand today, ana
See if it does not do all arid More than is claimed
for it. "BEST BY TEST," both Flour and Baking
Ciaars, and Cigarettes
win be sold only for cash Hereafter
By J. J. GERIG, Proprietor
Sav. Ttaie aiM
and that is where your profit is made
on the farm
This No. 45 Deere Corn Planter makes an accu accurate
rate accurate edge drop and will pay for itself in thirty
acres of corn and make a better crop.
'toM ill 1
iture and Ecience combine to make it so Every precaution is taken to
otect it from contamination while it. goes through the processes which re re-It
It re-It in a cube of glistening goodness. '
ill weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ours. Let u
.vc your custom we deserve it.
mit iuj S
75 TT 7
GC ALA, FLORIDA.
fej, ,..-. -fenMisflL
somely trimmed in silver lace and
pink velvet roses held the over drap drapery
ery drapery of gray chiffon in place. She
wore a corsage bouquet of enchant enchantress
ress enchantress carnations.
Mrs. Fishel's charming gown was
! blue accordian pleated crepe de chine
1 with empire waist of white lase and
loved pastor of the church, offic-'ated, j trimming of pink rosebuds. Mrs.
using the beautiful and impressive Hampton looked stunning in pink
"Hearts and Flowers'
low silk, beautifully fash::r-d. Great
simplicity made the gown exquisite. in
its "fashioning, with rose point lace
especially designed for the bride, edging-
the transparent sleeves and fall fallingsoftly
ingsoftly fallingsoftly about the throat Which was
opened in V shape. A long court train,
hand-embroidered, hung from the
shoulders. Over thisJ descended in
graceful folds the bridal veil, which
was arranged over the hair in cap
effect, and caught at either side and
oraxe ever seen in uie city, me entire iat the back with sprayst,f real orange
church was exquisitely trimmed, thei blossoms. She carried an- arm bou bou-mode
mode bou-mode of decoration being developed in j quet cf gorgeous brides roses and
accordance with the wish of the bride, j Iilies of the vaiiej- an(j Wore as her
whose originality characterizes all ofj only ornament a handsome jeweled
her deeds. Pink and blue was the ; A T. q. fraternity pin, a bethrothal
charming color scheme and pink roses j ft frorn the groom,
were the exclusive floral decoration.) Miss sistrunk was pretty in a gown
Ropes of Florida smilax festooned the 0f blue crepe meteor with court train
ceiling, the windows were framed anj shadow lace trimmings. Miss
with smilax and the chancel wasj Burkeim's brunet beauty .was enhanc enhanc-banked
banked enhanc-banked with stately palms and ever-jed by an exouisite gown of -pink Jap Jap-greens.
greens. Jap-greens. At intervals along the two j anese silk fashioned of ruffles. Miss
aisles were three arches, the two j Woods wore blue crepe meteor, at at-nearest
nearest at-nearest the chancel being joined to-j tractively fashioned with trimmings
gether by a larger arch, all entwined j cf deep silk shadow lace and pearls,
with asparagus fern and at the center.; Miss Peyser looked lovely in blue
of the four in the body of the church,; with draped apron panel caught front
was caught clusters 6f roses and the and back with pink roses, the sleeve sleeve-fern
fern sleeve-fern on" the other three was studded less bodice" having shoulder straps of
with roses. The' lights were encased pink velvet and across the back was
in pink and blue rose ; shades and hung a chiffon cape hemmed with
from the cluster of lights centering j pink beads. Most becoming was Miss
the chancel was suspended a: shower! Livingston's gown of pink crepe
of' real orange blossoms. The pipe j meteor and chiffon. It was trimmed
organ was banked in roses and a soft j in rare lace from the wedding gown
light was shed from the many lighted! of her mother, Mrs. J. II. Livingston,
tapers within the chancel.. In charge j Jr., and with it was worn a beautiful
of the decorations were Mrs. M. H. old-fashioned pearl pin which was
Stovall, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk and Mrs.! worn by Mrs. Livingston and her four
T. E. Bridges. f sisters when brides. Mrs. Ahearn
As the large assembly of friends j was beautifully gowned in blue bro bro-and
and bro-and relatives was gathering Mrs. Dreaded satin and chiffon Tiny bril bril-E.
E. bril-E. Mclver, organist of the Presbyter-! liant pins adjusted the chiffon bodice,
ian church, played some beautiful! Mrs. Green was lovely in a creation
nuptial music, among her selections; of pink satin, made on a most becom becom-being
being becom-being "Berceuse," by Joselyn, uPro- ing model, with trimmings of deep silk
cessional March," by Guilman and j lace and rose buds. Miss Bullock
"Wedding March." Miss Musie Bui-; wore pink crepe meteor, charmingly
lock sang "Silent ANight" and the made with velvet train and a touch of
sweetness of her beautiful, voice wasj gold .lace added to .the attractiveness
never heard to a better advantage, of the bodice. .The attendants car car-which
which car-which can be said also of Mrs. Hamp-! ried arm bouquets of pink, bridesmaid
ton's rendition of Schubert's "Sere- roses tied with tulle and with court
nade." Her rich, full soprano voice j traine, except that of Miss Burkeim,
greatly aided in making the program which terminated from ruffled skirt,
one of the most beautiful ever heard; The bride's mother was beautifully
at a; wedding in this city.; Miss j gowned in grey crepe meteor, hand hand-Mary
Mary hand-Mary Connor, on the violin, accom-1 . . ;
panied both soloists. (
The ushers were Messrs. Harry and
Raymond Bullock, Mr. Julian Bullock
and Mr. C. E. Ahearn. They, and the
other gentlemen in the bridal party,
wore boutonnieres of orange bios- j
soms, the fragrant flowers coming!
from the grove at Arden of the
bride's cousin, Mr. S. T. Sistrunk. j
. As the last notes of the "Serenade" j
were sung, the orgari swelled into the I
Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin, mag-
nificently rendered by Mrs. Fishel.j
Mrs. Hampton, Mrs. W. A. Goin, Mrs.j
a S. Cullen and Mr. Edward Drake,
and during the singing the bridal
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party entered, the six
girls, Babette? Peyser, Iva Water-;
manh, Frances Mclver, Marion Hun-.;
ter, Cornelia Dozier .and Caroline
Peyser coming-first, marking the!
course with pink and blue ribbons.
They each wore charmingr little ac-
cordian pleated dresses, alternating in
the wedding colors. Next entered the
groomsmen, Messrs. Dale Mabry of
Tampa, John Sutton of Tampa, Ray
mond Bullock and Julian Bullock.!
brother and cousin of the bride, Phil
May of Quincy and Gibbs Chestnut of
Gainesville. They took their posi-l
tions in the chancel and were imme- i
diately joined by the bridesmaids en- j
tering from behind the organ in pairs, j
as follows : Misses Virginia Sistrunk j
and Mozelle Burkeim of Gainesville, j
Minnie Stovall and Leila Woods of
Birmingham, Gertie Peyser and Cath- j
arine Livingston. The matrons of
honor, Mrs. Walter Green of Plant I
City, and Mrs. C E. Ahearn, entered
next, each walking from the front.
Following them was the maid of hon-1
or, Miss Musie Bullock. Then came t
the cushion bearers, Masters Clifford j
Bullock and Hardy Croom, wearing!
George Washington suits, the former!
blue satin, the latter pink satin, both i
with black patent leather slippers and!
silk hose to match. The cushions S
were white satin, embroidered in the!
monograms of the bride and groom, j
Just preceding the bride was her
youngest brother, Carlos, who wore a!
colonial suit of blue satin with point!
lace collar, blue socks and black j
slippers, carrying the wedding ring!
in a huge bouquet of violets. Enter-!
ing at the same time, up the left ..
aisle, was the bride's younge.irt sister,
little Miss Mildred Bullock, m a pmk j
silk and lace accordian plaited dress,
who, from a tall handled basket tied I
with a big pink satin bow, scattered J
rose petals in the pathway of the
bridal pair as they left the churchy
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thus fulfilling the old bridal prophecy j J
of a rose strewn pathway for the j
couple to tread upon, with the hope!
that it may continue all their lives. I J
The bride entered with her father j
and was joined at the chancel by Mr.
Trantham and his best man, Mr. M.jJ
L Mershon. Dr. W. 71. TWo ff
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BIG Load for $1.
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At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
I Jacksonville, until recently the be-
was softly crePe meteor enveloped in white chif-
fon exquisitely fashioned. The gown
was trimmed in goia lace ana the
chifTon sash crossing in the front was
caught to the court train with jewel jewelled
led jewelled buckles. Mrs. Goin wore a lovely
pink crepe de chine gown exquisite exquisitely
ly exquisitely trimmed. Mrs. Mclver gown was
white satin with over draperies of
white chiffon and Miss Connor wore
white satin exquisitely embroidered
The bridal party left the church to
the joyous strains of Mendelssohn's
kwedding mrch and drove to the
handsome home of the bride's parents
where an informal reception was held,
the guests being numbered among the
attendants, relatives and a few chosen
The residence was attractively dec decorated
orated decorated in the wedding colors, with a
trace of green foliage used throughout
the rooms. I
Mr. and Mrs. Bullock, Mr. and Mrs.
! Trantham and attendants, received in
the drawing room. If but a small por portion
tion portion of the good things wished for
them could but come to pass the path pathway
way pathway of Mr. and Mrs. Trantham would
indeed be bright.
Punch was served on the stair land landing
ing landing beneath a canopy of roses, by
Misses Mae Stein, Lucille Robinson, J
Messrs. Norton Davis and Nelson Nelson-Geise
Geise Nelson-Geise and the bride's book in which!
the guests registered was in charge
of Misses, Kathleen Jackson, Hester
Dewey, Mary Wyatt Galbraith and
Annie Atkinson. j
During the evening a buffet supper j
was served in the dining room, and
in serving Misses Nellie Liddon.i
Catharina Strunk, Ruth Rentz and
Elizabeth Davis assisted, -wearing
pretty blue and pink party frocks, j
An interesting feature was the cut-'
ting of the bride's cake by the at-j
tendants. Each scrutinized his or -her :
piece carefully fpr the ring, that
omen which foretells the next bride,
but only the dime and button were
found, the. former by Mr. Sutton and
the latter by 'Mr. Raymond Bullock.!
The cake centered the attractive table'
covered with a drawn work cloth over
pink, and was iced to represent a large
basket of flowers, the work being from
the artistic hands of Mrs. B. T. Per.
A colored string orchestra was con concealed
cealed concealed in the rear hall and strains of
delightful music filled the rooms dur during
ing during the reception.
Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Bullock in
entertaining their guests were Mrs.
E. L. Carney, Mrs. G. J. Blitch, Mrs.
Sistrunk, Mrs. Bridges, Mrs,- Stovall,
Misses Josie and Dora Williams,
Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs. G. C. Shep Shep-pard,
pard, Shep-pard, Miss Bettie Mclver, Mrs. C. W.
Hunter, Mrs. W, K. Lane, Mrs. Per Perdue,
due, Perdue, Mrs. J. H. Strunk, Mrs. G. A.
Nash, Mrs. P. W. Whiteside, Mrs. B.
F. Borden, Mrs. J. R. Dewey, Mrs.-P
J. Theus, Mrs. C. H. Lloyd and Mrs.
M elver. '.
One of the most interested and in interesting
teresting interesting guests at the wedding was
the bride's cousin.' Gen. Julian S. Carr,
of Durham, N. C. Gen. Carr is a dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished looking man with snow
white hair and mustache, is a typical
Southern gentleman, possessing that
courtesy which is born in all true
Southerners. Gen. Can enjoyed
greatly attending his cousins' wed wedding
ding wedding for they have always been great
friends.;'..- ; .';'"-''
On going up stairs to don her
smart sand colored traveling suit the
bride threw her boquet which was
caught by Miss Woods, v signifying
that she will be the next bride.
With her suit Mrs. Trantham wore
a cream lace waist and a chick spring
hat to match with trimmings of blue.
The presents were unusually beauti beauti-tif
tif beauti-tif ulf including quantities of cut
glass, silver, china linens etc, attest attesting
ing attesting the love and best wishes of the
hundreds of friends of the couple. The
gifts were displayed in the library.
Mrs. Trantham is the eldest daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bullock, a grand granddaughter
daughter granddaughter of the late Gen. Robt. Bul Bullock
lock Bullock wrhose name is revered through throughout
out throughout the south and especially in Flori Florida
da Florida and she has always been one of
the most popular members of society
and prior to her marriage was feted
by many friends, at a series of de delightful
lightful delightful social functions. She carries
to 'her new home, the sincerest wish wishes
es wishes for happiness of hundreds of
friends and the only regret felt in her
marriage is that she will leave Ocala.
Mr. Trantham is one of the state's
coming lawyers and though young in
years he is far advanced in his pro profession.
fession. profession. He is a member of the A. T.
O. fraternity, a graduate of the Uni University
versity University of Florida and is a membel: of
one of South Carolina's oldest fam families,
ilies, families, his mother being a resident of
Camden. Mr. Trantham is being
heartily congratulated on winning so
lovely a bride. ;
Tonight in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.
Trantham will be given a beautiful
dance by his fraternity brothers and
Sunday they will sail from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for a three weeks' bridal trip,
their destination being kept a secret.
They left for Gainesville on the 2:30
train this morning, and at the station
they were showered with rice by their
attendants, all of whom went to the
station to bid them an adieu.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
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If you don't you may hav pneumonia and
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This is plain talk, but you had better heed our
When you come to us for medicines for your
cold or anything else wrong with you, we sell
you the best preparations science and honestv
AeSi-PwaoiiopoIy Bi?3igj Si?z.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
"WE TAkE CARE
t Spring Millinery
The presence of all the ladies is requested at
our Annual Spring Opening of
Thursday and Friday, March 4th and 5th,
Upstairs. ReaT of HelvenstoiVs
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OCALA EVENING- StAR, FRIDAY, FEBSUABY 2$, 1915
Royal Arch meets tonight.
Voodmen xrieet this evening.
Frank Chase, a well known citizen
of Jacksonville, is dead.
A Mr. M. M. Proctor, of the Pedro
section, was in town today.
Mr. W. II. McRae, representing the
Riverside Mattress Co., of Moultrie,
is in the city.
Mr. J. E. Theus of Daytona, a fur fur-r.ituro
r.ituro fur-r.ituro merchant of Daytona, is-in
town for a few days, visiting his
brother, Mr. Paul J. Theus.
: Mr. T. J. Little of Daytona, who is
with the Wing Grocery Company of
that city, is in town.
Messrs. Sanders and Emerson, of
the Florida Title & Abstract Corpora Corporation's
tion's Corporation's See force, returned yesterday
afternoon from Inverness, where they
have been for several days on busi business.
Miss Ivo LaRue, who has been with
thS citrus exchange's Ocala office for
EOir.3 time, is again with the Florida
Tills & Abstract Corporation.
Mr. W. J. Teuton of the Graham Graham-ville
ville Graham-ville section, was a business visitor
in the city today.
Messrs. Klock and Lee, of East
Lake, were in ,the city yesterday on
business for their company.
A large shipment of Dennlson's
crepe paper r in all colors just receiv received
ed received at the Court Pharmacy. 17-6t
The platform of the Coast Line
passenger station was Well macada
mised with rice this morning.
When you think candy, say Nun
rally, and when you say Nunnally
corr.9 to Gerig's.
The most complete line of high
-'grade. toilet articles in Ocala may be
f pnd at our store reasonable prices
'ivail too. The Court Pharmacy. 6t
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CHAISE FROM THE PRESIDENT ;
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the Simple and Straight-Forward
Washington, Feb. 26. Praise for
the "simple, straight-forward" people
of the southern mountains, and criti criticism
cism criticism of the "airs that high society
give3 itself" were voiced by President
Cilson here at a meeting held in the
interest of Berea College, Ky., found found-;
; found-; e'to' educatethe;mountaineers.';;j-.The
president declared the college was
i'joir.g straight .to the heart of one of
he-most interesting problems of Am Am-'crican
'crican Am-'crican life" and added that "the only
thing that is worth while in human
intercourse is to wake somebody up."
Funeral Directors -.
UNDERTAKERS and EF.1BALUERS
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D. II McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-mers
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D. EL McIVER 104
C V. ROBERTS 03
Ur-rtskins OCce .45
IZziCizzls & LllntTs Trcns, Co.
' ;:S!eamsMp': ttaesH
New steamers. Low Fares. Best
. eervice. Wireless telegraph on all
ctearaers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and "Western points.
For reservations,, tickets, etc.
,11 C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Coral. Agent.'
J. F. WARD, T P. A.
City Ticket Office,'. 25 Hogan Street.
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This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B,
Weihe, official observer for the government.
Max. Min. R. F.
Feu. 1 80 59
Feb. 2 . ... . .... .69 54 .42
Feb. 3 GO 46
Feb. 4 .......66 36
Feb. 5 .71 51 1.05
Feb. 8 58 38
Feb. 9 ..............59 33 ..
Feb. 10 .............64 36 ..
Feb. 11 ......... 69 .42 ..
Feb. 12 ...... .71 45 ..
Feb. 13 .............73 45 ..
Feb. 14 .............73 5T
Feb. 15 .............75 62 ..
Feb. 16 66 52 ..
Feb. 17 58 52
Feb. 18 58 37 ..
Feb 19 61 39
Feb. 20 66 44
Feb. 21 .............70 48
Feb. 22 67 54
Feb. 23 ............66 56 .23
Feb. 24 72 59 ..
Feb. 25 82 43
Generally fair tonight and Satur Saturday
day Saturday except rain extreme northwest
Dr. W K. Lane, the Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat Specialist, has moved his
residence to the corner of Tuscawilia
and- South streets.. Same telephone
as at former location 6-tf
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
People-who trade with the Rexall
stores get best quality in everything.
A lot of new novels at The 'Murray
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
COJV PAN Y
T. CLA YTd'pROhsiBXOk
- Manufacturers of
EL BONITO, a clear Havana, 5c Cigar
CUBAN PRIDE, large 5c Smoke
ELAINE SMOKERS, a clear Havana
..' -5c Cigar.;
All godds made of best grade, care
fully selected tobacco, in our factory,
216 SOUTH MAIN ST.
PHONE 277 OCALA, FLA
. DhESSEBS' CHAIRS etc
: Hundreds of -pieces cl
Chicago, 111., Feb. 26.
Wheat, later, 1.47.
-May wheat, j
Dr. J. Walter Hood's new ofUce tele telephone
phone telephone number is 284. 15-tf
THE LIVER REGULATES j
THE BODY A SLUGGISH
LIVER NEEDS CARE I
Someone has said that people with
Chronic Liver Complaint should be 1
snut up away irom numanity, ior
they are pessimists and see through
a "glass darkly." Why? Because
mental states depend upon physical
states. Biliousness, Headaches, Diz Dizziness
ziness Dizziness and Constipation disappear af after
ter after using Dr. King's New Life Pills.
25c at your druggist, tues-thrs-fri-wk.
AN EXTREME OPINION
The Superintendent of Pennsylvania
Schools Opposes Military
Cincinnati, Feb. 26. Introduction
of militarism into the public schools
would be organized insanity, N. C.
Schaffer, state superintendent of the
public schools of Pennsylvania, told
the department of superintendents of
the National Education Association
here, last night.
He declared that militarism justi justified
fied justified spying, lying, forging letters, tel telegrams
egrams telegrams and signals to mislead the en enemy
emy enemy and that there would be a tenden tendency
cy tendency to apply these things to the indi individual's
vidual's individual's own life.
IT REALLY DOES
Everybody who is afflicted with
Rheumatism in any form should by all
means, keep a bottle of Sloan's, Lini Liniment
ment Liniment on hand. The minute you feel
pain or soreness in a joint or muscle,
bathe it with Sloan's Liniment. Do
not rub it. Sloan's penetrates almost
immediately right to the seat of pain,
releiving tne hot, tender, swollen
feeling and making the part easy and
comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan's
Liniment for 25c of any druggist and
have it in the house against- Colds,
Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago,
Sciatica and like ailments. Your
money back if not satisfied, but it
does give almost instant relief. Buy
a bottle today, tues-thurs-fn-wkly.
Get a Globe-Wernicke cabinet an?l
keep your papers so-you can eas jly
find them, at The Murray Company 3t
You will never fully apprecintea
gin fiz till you have tried one of those
at Johnny's Place. 22-tf
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Mr. E. M. Henderson of Electra,
was in the city today.,.
ill J il ? VU
(Continued from Third Page)
Rose Luncheon for Mrs. Dean
A charming visitor who is in Ocala
for a visit of a few days to friends
was the. inspiration of a beautiful
spring luncheon, when Mrs. M. H.
Stovall and popular daughter, Miss
Minnie Stovall, entertained today at 1
o'clock at the Harrington Hall, hon honoring
oring honoring Mrs. H. IL Dean of Gainesville,
Invited to meet the guest of honor
were the following ladies, who were
fortunate to the included on the. in invitation
vitation invitation list of the hostess: Mrs. Hen Henry
ry Henry Livingston and sister, Mrs. Mar Marshall
shall Marshall of Ohio, Sirs. E. Van Hood, Mrs.
J. W. Hood, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, Miss
Mary Wyatt Galbraith, Mrs. W. S.
Bullock, Mrs. J. M. Gross and Mrs.
W. K. Zewadski.
The floral appointments of the
luncheon table were roses exclusively,
and many of the beautiful flowers
were arranged with artistic effect to
carry out the pink color note develop developed.
ed. developed. A pretty basket of roses center centered
ed centered the table and on the tall handle
was a bow of pink satin ribbon. Hand Hand-painted
painted Hand-painted rose place cards marked the
covers and at each plate was a long long-stemmed
stemmed long-stemmed rose.
The menu consisted of six courses,
deliciously prepared and attractively
served. The ice was served in rose
cups and further carrying out the
rose effect the candlesticks bore rose
The affair was quite informal and
greatly enjoyed by all. Mrs. Dean is
the guest of Mrs. Livingston and is
receiving a most cordial welcome here,
where her daughter, Miss Carol Dean,
was a lovely visitor several years
ago, the guest of Miss Minnie Sto Stovall.
vall. Stovall. 5
Mrs. Walter Green and baby are
now the guests of Mrs. G. C. Shephard
for a few days, before returning to
their home in Plant City.
Miss Leila Woods and Miss Musie
Bullock accompanied Miss Mozelle
Burkeim to Gainesville today to at attend
tend attend the dance tonight given for Mr.
and Mrs. T." S. Trantham. From
Gainesville Bliss Woods will return to
Miss Helen Brown returned this af
ternoon frpftfta fortnight visit to Miss
Berrilce Lylejat Bartow. Last night
Miss Brown wasr'an attractive visiting
girl at a dance given by Miss Cora
Martin of Newberry. 4
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Bennett and baby
and Mr. and rMrs. F. I. Bennett re returned
turned returned last Hight from a motoring
trip to Orlando.
Members of the society set will
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learn with interest of the engagement
of Miss Daisy Keidel to Dr. St. Clair,
the announcement being made recent recently
ly recently at the home of Miss Keidel in Bal Baltimore.
timore. Baltimore. Miss Keidel spent last win winter
ter winter in Ocala with her sister, Mrs.
Christian Ax, and Dr. St. Clair was a
visitor to the city for several months.
Mrs. Hocker and Mrs. Mote Enter Entertained
tained Entertained by Mix. Palmer
Tampa Tribune, Feb. 25.: A half
hundred of Mrs. Thomas Palmer's
friends were invited to an informal
tea, given yesterday for a trio of vis visitors,
itors, visitors, Mrs. Thomas Shackleford of
Tallahassee, Mrs. EL IL Mote and
Sirs. William Hocker of Ocala. They
are all very prominent in the Florida
Federation of Woman's Clubs and are
gracious and charming women.
In the parlor nasturtiums filled the
vases and bowls, and in the dining
room the flowers used were red car carnations.
nations. carnations. Tapers of the same color
burned in the candlesticks, and made
attractive adornments for the tea
Little Martha Nance and Master
Granville Larrimore, the handsome
little nephew of Mrs. Shackleford,
opened the door for the guests. Help Helping
ing Helping the hostess in her pleasant duties
of welcoming and serving were Mrs.
John Hansbrough, Mrs. J. II. Fessen Fessen-den,
den, Fessen-den, Mrs. W. H. Jackson, Mrs. W. M.
Brooks and Mrs. Ruby Hill. Tea was
poured by Mrs. Larrimore.
The only regret felt during the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon was the absence of one of the
honorees, Mrs. Mote, who was pre prevented
vented prevented from being present by illness.
Mrs. M. M, Debardelaben and child children,
ren, children, who have been visiting her sis sisters,
ters, sisters, Mrs. A. J. Brigance and Mrs. C.
L. West, left for her home in Atlanta
Mrs. H. L. Cubberly, who has been
the guest of Mrs. A. J. Brigance, will
return to her home at Wacahoota
Sunday. She will be accompanied by
Mrs. Brigance, who will be her guest
for a few days.
Mrs. Irene Gregg of Summerville,
S. C, Mrs. W. A. Kelsey of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Mrs. G. I. Singleton and Mrs.
Raymond DeMuro of Inverness are
spending today in Ocala shopping and
are guests of Mrs. R. T. Weaver. All
will return to Inverness this evening
excepting Mrs. Gregg, who will be
guest, of Mrs. Weaver for several
I iMiss Mildred .Gromarcwent: to Lake
Weir thisaf Lernoon'to be the week-
end guest of Miss Annie Davis.
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pouna of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
All varieties of seed corn; also mil
let and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tf
NEW SPRING SEED
Our new seed3 for spring planting ;
or both field and garden, are now in.
We can furnish them in any quantity j
on short notice.
13-tf Bitting & Mathews, ;
410 N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla. j
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"I have sold Chamberlain's Tablets
for several years. People who have
used them will take nothing else. I
can recommend them to my customers j
as the best laxative and cure for con-
stipation that I know of," writes Mr. j
Frank Strouse, Fruitland, Iowa. Fori
sale by all dealers. Adv. j
Every man, woman and child who is ;
a member of the Methodist church or I
is inclined to the Methodist church to
be on hand next Sunday at Sunday j
We want fifty babies present. tf
MULES FOR SAL.2
Eight or ten head of first class, sec
ond hand, general purpose mules; will
be sold, cheap for cash or on time with 1
approved security. Can be seen at my
place at Lynne. JOHN R. ROGERS,
Lynne, Fla. 1-1 -tf tues-fri v
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Blood disorders are quickly checked by
S. S. S., the famous blood purifier. It
ruBhes into the blood and In three min minutes
utes minutes has traversed the entire circulation.
It penetrates to where the blood la made,
it washes out those spots and places
where stagnation has settled. It cleanses
the membranes, diiTes Irritation from
the joints, fills the blood stream with
antidotal Influence and from head to foot
creates conditions that make for blood
fcealth. There are people In every com community
munity community who know this to bo true. They
have used F. FL for severe forms of
rheumatism, for Indolent, ulcerated epots.
for eruptive Kkln diseases, for any and
all those bodily conditions caused by
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pure product of Nature It can not hnrt
the stomach and has therefore ben the
refuge of a host of people misuidM In
ttelr dilemma., .by first flying to those
dangerous xpcrcnrlal, drsrs which have j
claimed so many unfortunates. If the
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other eruption a ppn r. i f t hre r blood
risings or any other Indications of Im Impure
pure Impure blood get a bottle cf S. S. at
once f any drujrzl.st. JJut b'ware of
nbstltutes. If fa douht s to yonr trou trouble
ble trouble or yon wish competent medical ad ad-vlv.
vlv. ad-vlv. free, write to the medical ., depart
ment. The Swift Specific Co.. "S Swift J
BIdjr.. Atlanta. r;a. This depart?ri'nt i j
knowi far and wide as one of te rrJt- I
est of helps to blood sufferers. Bat don't j
delay to jret a bottle of S. S. S. today.
DIMIDJG ROO:I TABLES
STOES, RANGES, ; etc.
New Gome cr your
Small Hotel NQV7
WANTED, LOST, FOU2;Df
SALE, FOE RENT AND n:;.
ILAIl LOCAL NEED5
FOR RENT Six room cottars.
South Third street; can give;'
mediate possession. Phone 1Z7.
FOR RENT Furnh-hcd rooms, c
block from the square, next to t o
office, 111 E. Washington St. 11
FURNISHED ROOMS For ret :
' light housekeeping; newly 7 : -and
painted; rates reascncL'--'; c
ner Adams and North Mai". Li Linear
near Linear postoSice. Apply cn pr'm:
or to Charles McLucas, at C ;
House Barbershop. 17-Gt
FOR RENT A five-room c:t:
with all modem convenience .:,
South Second street, east. A;!,
at Star office. dh tf
FOR REIvT Weil lacaxed and niccl
furnished ro)ms in residenco rr:
to the Colonial; also, for h
nousekeeping. Inq-aire 'at the Co
FOR RENT Two tory, ten r-.-.
house corner Vatula and E. AJ.i
streets. Possession given at err.
Apply to W. E. Davis, at the :iu
FOR RENT My suburban
the southwestern part
v.un two acres 01 grourui;
reasonable to the right f arty.
P. Howell, Ocala, Fla. 2"
FOR SAIA2 Savcd cedar io"t.-,. 1
heart, any quantity. G toi, j T
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 0 P-tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; '
modern conveniences; centrally
ca ted, three blocks from c
house. Apply to Mrs. Ellis,
East Oklawaha avenue. 10-tf
FOR SALE CHEAP Regal ur. :
sunjr roadster; good condition; 1
sonahle terms. F. D. Lansford. 1"
FOR SALE Two-passenger, M
Maxv.-el car; fully equipped a.-1
splendid condition; new tires. C:. -for
cash. Apply "Auto," care
and Indian Runner ouck err
LOST A g-old society pin vith :
Cleveland engraved on tec!:,
found please return to this
and receive reward. 24-Ct
Ten thousand choice tomato plar.
Globe variety, ready to ?et cut, at
per thousand. Heintz, the Flo rise.