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IIB1II0II OF GERMANY TO ATTACK UNDER
LlMENSE ARMADAS OF SUBMARINES AND ZEPPELINS ALMOST READY AND WILL SOOI
BE Hi DPERATIDH
New York, March 2 4. That Ger Germany
many Germany how has 160 submarines and a
force of 40,000 men is working night
and day building more, was stated by
Brigadier General Samuel Pearson,
who arrived from Germany today.
Germany will attempt to starve Eng England
land England and France into submission by
encircling the coasts and attacking
the shipping. Germany is also pre preparing
paring preparing to launch great air attacks
with Zeppelins and aeroplanes upon
tho British Isles.
' GERMANS REPORT GAINS
' Berlin, March 24.-Germah troops
captured 2500 Russians in the fighting
northwest of Ostroleka, and 500 when
the Russians were driven from Memel.
x French attacks in Alsace were re repulsed.
pulsed. repulsed. The attempts of the French tq
recapture lost ground at Pont-a-Mousson
SIXTY THOUSAND FOOLS CAN
SEE THE JOHNSON-WILLARB
x scrap-. ;-;';r'V'
. Havana, March 24: The erection
of the arena for' the Tohnson-Willard
world championship fightj, April 4th,
wasfbegun: today It will be built on
the' Yacetrack and "accommodate sixty
thousand. 'The advance sale of tick tick-ets
ets tick-ets 'la i tremendous. "Zl ' -
The fixtures at the Anti-Monopoly
are all being treated to a beautiful
white oak finish,- which greatly im
. proves the appearance of things.
. : Dr. Parrish, the new proprietor,, in
order to carry out his slogan of ."per ."perfectly
fectly ."perfectly pure prescriptions," is having a
partition- placed In the rear of the
store building to protect his prescrip prescription
tion prescription department from the dust which
naturally rises from the streetsdur streetsdur-ing
ing streetsdur-ing traffic hours. :
The assistance of 1'The Little Train Trained
ed Trained Nurse" series of advertisements
has also been called into service at
the Anti-Monopoly to let the public
know just what' to expect there.
AUTO CLIMBED A POLE
; An automobile smash up this morn morning
ing morning on the Court Pharmacy cornoer
quickly drew a crowd of nearly a hun hundred
dred hundred people, showing there is life, in
the old town. Just why the .misfor .misfortunes
tunes .misfortunes of others sometime tickle our
sensQ pfthe ridiculous is not fully un un-'
' un-' derstood, but tha crowd certainly en-
joyed the smash up.
A negro boy, by the nanie of Eli
Marshal, thinking he would be smart
and at the same time have a little joy
ride, possibly having been seized with
an uncontrolable impulse ta emulate
certain white boys, cranked and starr starred
ed starred off in a Ford car, used as apublic
car by another negro- Sam Washing
ton, while the car stood in front of
the Harrington Hall.
The boy zig zagged across the street
at a lively clip and like some of our
modern financiers, his career was a
short but'ectacular one. As direct
as his woby course would take him
he. headed for the big telephone post
in the corner of the walk in front of
the Court Pharmacy, and struck with
- a vim. ...
The car climbed the post a few feet
and the boy went feet first through
. the wind shield, from which he had
to be pulled by "two '.men. ..He stagger staggered
ed staggered and wobbled a few seconds, looked
about in a dazed manner, then spied
the angry owner of the car approach approaching
ing approaching and in the language of his com compatriots
patriots compatriots "lit a rag," with his face
somewhat resembling a piece of ham ham-berger
berger ham-berger steak.:
The tar will have to. have anew ra radiator,
diator, radiator, wind ""shield and some minor
OF. THE DOUVET
DEVOTED FRENCH SAILORS
SHOWED THEY KNEW
L HOW TO DIE
Paris; Marcrj: 24. Standing at the
salute and shouting "Vive la .France!"
the officers and crew; of the French
battleship Bouvet, sunk in the Dar Dardanelles
danelles Dardanelles on Mdrch 18, went down with
their ship, according to the Tenedos
correspondent of the Athens Patris
who thus describes the action in
which the Bouvet and the Gaulois
were engaged: v
"The captain 'of the Bouvet had or ordered
dered ordered the crossing of a dangerous
mine zone and force a passage to
Chanak Kalessi, thus making the al allies
lies allies masters of the straits as far as
Nagarar At; 1 ;20 p. m. the Bouvet
was five miles from Chanah and was
firing, at Fort Dardaniis. 'She had
crossed two mine zones. The Gaulois
followed, firing" all her guns. V, The
commander of the Bouvet, by a skill skillful
ful skillful maneuver avoided two mines which
were exploded by the side of the ves vessel
sel vessel but the third struck her in the re region
gion region of her,magazine. and sheisank by
the head. ... ..
"Survivors of the "Bouvet climbed
into a boat and spent the ? night : hi a
bay on the European ide of the
straits. They were taken off the vnext
day by a British destroyer.
LEFT THE RAILS AT LADY LAKE
Coast Line's No. 37 Came to Grief
While Southbound this Morning:
' Atlantic Coast Line train No. 37,
from Jacksonville to St.. Petersburg
was wrecked at Lady Lake early this
The tender left the track and threw
the other cars off. No one was hurt
tho the wreck was a most complete
one. The train has been annulled for
. A wrecking train and crew; passed
through the city about 10 o'clock from
High Springs, en route to the scene.
"No. 10, due in Ocala at 6 :05, went
around by Croom and Dunnellon,
hjacked into Ocala at 10:10 and went
on to Jacksonville. No. 39 went south
on time, but as to whether No. 40
went by Dunnellon or was waiting for
the track to be cleared couldn't be ..as ..ascertained
certained ..ascertained by the Star up to 3:30 p. m.
INTERNAL REVENUE MEN ;
- DISTURBED REV. ISAAC
Mr. W. S. Perry went to Bushnell
yesterday with his auto, to bring
Revenue Collector Smith and a color
ed preacher named Isaac Shivers who
naa neen maxing moonsmne near
Mr. Smith heard illicit booze wa
circulating near Montevista, and sus suspected
pected suspected Isaac Accompanied by Messrs.
W. L. Craig of Center Hill and Lipsy
of Clermont, he went to Isaac's place
Sunday night and found a still with a
quantity of sour mash in the smoke
Having destroyed the plant, they
looked for the planter, and found him
preaching to a congregation in
church two miles away. Isaac begged
to finish ;-his sermon, but the officers
told him to say amen at once.
They took Isaac from the pulpit
while the congregation took to the
tall timber. Brought before Commis
sioner Williams, Isaac made a mos'
eloquent plea, but. he couldn't make
the commissioner believe he was only
trying to make. vinegar for his pickle
crop, consequently he is in jail.
All varieties of seed corn; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
by the Ocala Seed Store. 5-tv
Just say "bock" at Jr.hnny's. They'll
know what ytm mean. tf
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00 ALA. PLOIIIDA: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1915
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SEA AND THRU AIR
HAS JOIIIED HER HERI
WIDOW OF STONEWALL JACK JACKSON
SON JACKSON HAS CROSSED THE
Charlotte, N. C.,' March 24. Mrs.
Mary Jackson, widow of Stonewall
Jacksonr died this morning.
WHEN PASSENGERS AND CREW
WERE TAKEN OFF BY BOATS
OF THE MANHATTAN
New York, March 24. The passen passengers
gers passengers and crew of i the Mallory liner
Denver, which was abandoned at sea
lduu miles east oi JNew xoric in a
inkin condition, were rescued by the
Atlantic transport liners Manhattan,)
which vessel answered the S. O. S. callj
when the .Denver, returning
II Gm i
Bremen, where she had delivered a
cargo of cotton .. from New York,
sprung a leak and began to sink rap-
dly. '. J .,.
The passengers aboard the Denver
were the crews or the American
steamships unk in, European .waters.
The. -liner .Megantic is also bringing
part of the crew. It is, reported that
the Denver collided with' another ship.
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RELIEF SHIP IN DANGER
Washington, March 24. Bombs
dropped from a German aeroplane
barely missed the. Belgian" relief ship
Elfland, off the Dutch coast. The
Netherlands government is communi-
cajting with Berlan regarding the in incident.
PIONEER CITIZEN HAS PASSED
Mr. James McAteer died last night
at 11 o'clock at the home of his neice,
Mrs: Lizzie Mangum, on the old Mc McAteer
Ateer McAteer homestead four miles out uu
the Summerfield road.
Mr. McAteer was born at Law
rence, S. C, 79 years ago last Febru
ary. He lived at Reddick for 40 years
and made his home here with his
niece for the past five years. He be
longed to the Confederate" Veteran
Camp and was well known all over
The funeral services will be held
tomorrow morn? ng from the residence
of his niece, Mrs. A. S. Burgess, on
North Main street, Dr. Gross offici
ating. Interment will be made in
Mr. McAteer. never married. His
brother Mr. W. B. McAteer, who died
five years ago left four sons and
four daughters who cared for him in
old age. Following are the names of
his nephews and nieces: Messrs. J. S.
McAteer, W. SvMcAteer, T. G. Mc McAteer.
Ateer. McAteer. and H. S. McAteer, Mrs. Lizzie
Mangum, Mrs. L. S. Dillard of Martel,
Mrs. A. S. Burgess and Mrs. Georga
Flanders. He also had two sisters
who- are living in Mississippi. Mrs
E. P. Thagard, wife of State Bank
Examiner Thagard, was Mr. Mc-
Ateer's adopted daughter, and was
reared by him. Mrs. Thagard, who is
now in Tallahassee, has been inform informed
ed informed of Mr. McAteer's death by wire.
Mr. McAteer was a most highly re respected
spected respected citizen, and his death will be
mourned by a large circle of friends.
Following are the pall bearers: J.
A. Pittman, B. H. Norris, T. D. Lan Lancaster,
caster, Lancaster, Sr., Alfred Ayer, F. E. Harris
and L. Mcintosh. The funeral will be
held at 10 o'clock.
SEE TH12 FAR3I on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day -with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
Try one of those frosted pints cf
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
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MILLION A!!D THflEE-QUAflTERS OF Mil ENGAGED
0!! A FRONT OF SIXTY-FIVE MILES
Vienna. March 24. Tremendous
losses are baing inflicted upon the
Russians, who have renewed the of
fensive in the Carpathians, but heavy j
Russian reinforcements arriving make j
it impossible to predict the result of
the stupendous battle.
The Russians are attacking simul simultaneously
taneously simultaneously the Duiila, Usxok and Lup-;
kow pass.35. It is estimated that ;
1,750,000 men are engaged along the!
In the Opinion of Sir John French,
; Germans are Short of
j Paris, March 21. "Ammunition,
(ammunition, nothing, but ammuni-j
jtion;" that is the essential problem
t i i it i il ;
wmcn ine war present, in me opimon ties fuli,her north escaped,
of Field Marshal Sir John French,' President George Blitch of the 'Com 'Com-commander
commander 'Com-commander of the English forces in mercial Bank has telephoned all over
Belgium. the county, and from what he learns,
t "The prerequisiteyof all progress is ; by strenuous replanting, added to
i ammunition," bir fchn is quoted as ;
saying. "Every one neeas plenty oi ;a mighty good truck crop after all.
ammunition, but the Germans, need it ; A large quantity of tomato plants
more than we do. I have a feeling for ; are available, and replanting is the
some time past that they were being order Gf the day.. Beans and Irish po po-sparing
sparing po-sparing of their shells. They don't! tatoes have suffered most. Canta-
sqnander them as'-at the beginning. ;
TW- nmi-?T,r bnm. of tho'
iack -0f : nitrates nacessary for v the!
manufacture f explosives -is making :
itsdf felt in Germany. Neither, is the ;
rnssi.ola n-f Vi m r f vnrnQ n s crnnn n5 it
was early in the war. One gets from ;
them the impression of lassitude.
They had ba?ed their calculations on
a sudden, smashing yietory. mat j
plan failed and the state of mind oi;
their, troops has suffered as a conse- j
quence. -r f "- '''
. . m.
"Economic disasters -are daily be- j
coming more' pronounced among the j 0 be hurt. -i iT -a""'J
Germans. They are hampered in ob-j' Reports from CenteV Hill "and Web
taining a food supply and they need j ster are that nothing in those local
a great deal. They do not believe itjftiesls hurt.
will be a long war. Spring promises -i .'
reiiei. we are convmcea, as are an
those here, that a definite victory
awaits us st the end of all. these hard ;
months of war."
NEW RESIDENTS IN THE CITY
Mr. and Mrs. Booth of Fruitland
Park, are new-comers to the city,, and
moved today into the Carroll cottage
on South Third street. Mr. Booth tras-i
been in. the city for several weeks, j
but his wife has only come within the
pact few days. Mr. Booth is the
superintendent of the Ocala Kn'"'ing
Mis. J. M. Johnson of Lukens was
brought to Ocala today and placed in
Mr. Jack Thompson, whd has ty- j all, from which they were released
phoid fever, is doing as well as cWbe;late during the. night,
expected. v One of the boys was charged with
' a more serious offense, he having
" Ir. and Mrs. R. S. Hall,-Mr. and"toierit as wen as a ride in a car, a
Mrs. W, J. Ililands were intending! s. & W. Special revolver, which
leaving today for Miami, in one of j he had concealed on his person when
Mr. Hall's automobiles to spend a few j arrested. AU the boys plead guilty,
days in the Magic City and attend a Assistant Recorder R. B. Bullock
few sessions of the State Press Asso-j
ciation, while the gentlemen looked
after some important business mat-: on the way he handled the unfor unfor-ters
ters unfor-ters there. Mr. Hall learned today 'tunate and rather trying case of the
that his presence would be required boys. Some there were, however",
in Tallahassee -during the week and censured him for his leniency and
their plans were broken up. Mr.
Ililands left on the limited for Jack
sonville ?nd will go down to Jrami to-
j night, and if possible Mr. Hall will go
down later m the week.
SrrrVe Cuban Club, .'c Cigar.
IJniUfcJH 4htKana LUSLIirKithem, as long as their behavior was
r, i p. M good, but the police would be instruct-
. .r,wn r..n ..r.n-t
riuc tdSMO onu i uiiui i"uc3.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Embal
mere and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER
C. V. ROBERTS
FROST DID NOT HURT NEARLY
SO MUCH AS WAS AT FIRST
The Star continues to receive re reports
ports reports going to show that the damage
from Monday night's frost is not so
great as was at first feared.
From all we car jearn, damage was
greater" in the iirmediate neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood of Ocala thc.ii further away.
j This locality seems to have cen near
the extreme southern fringe of the
jcohTwave, and many sheltered locali-
what escaped, Marion county will have
ioupes wju j,e all right, and water-
.Mr.'s. C. Mavo of Reddick savs a
w f h w Wrtot
tiorif but it rome out strong.
nr r t- i ir i i
hundred acres in watermelons west of
town, says they are- all to the good,
and many of, his neighbors are sim-
narly favored. r
MrX' Nathan Htayp. upj rom' Sum
merfield today; says 40 per cehtof thV'
tomatoes" 'are. killed' WterWetriW
were not up They had nbthing'elsei
A large crowd gathered at the re-
j corder's court- this .morning to hear
; the cases of tfie city against the three
j white boys of the, city, arrested yes
terday charged with stealing automo automobiles
biles automobiles from in front f the Temple
theater during the past few days and
j taking joy rides' in them.
The indignities culminated Monday
' i ni trht when one of the bovs. in return-
. Tt u ti Jl ,An:jaj
ing Mr. H. M. Hampton's car collided
with the sidewalk and telephone post,
awning supports, etc., of the Star bf-
ifice and battered up the front of the
; car pretty badly.
. TKo names of the boys having been
ascertained and more evidence ob-
tained the police arrested them dur-
; jng" tne ay and locked them up in the
detention room, upstairs at the city
presided at the court and won a good
deal of praise and many compliments
; saici the boys should have been either
! 'Kept jn jay in solitary confinement or
worked on the streets without the op
jon cf a rab fine
Mr. Bullock, after hearing the con
fes?ions of the boys, who very frank-
ly told him just what they had done,
'called them up before him and gave
them a lecture that they will not soon
forget, and told them that on account
tof theij. youth and the fact that two
of them had widowed mothers, he
vi-o nnino frt ctienonjl con fpnfp nn
f r, J
ed tQ watch them and as goon as they
were found to be engaged in mischief
again they would be brought before
the court and sentence pronounced.
The boys promised on their honor
to behave themselves in future and
; were dismissed. This paper hopes
jthey have had a lesson that they will
remember and that will be the means
; of making them better boys in. future
- o y y im
ft S till k it i t
GALLANT DEFENSE BV
VICTORIOUS RUSSIANS HIGH HI
Petrograd, March 24. Twenty-fcur
thousand Austrian soldiers in the
Przemysl garrison were killed during
the long siege, and 20,000 wounded.
The garrison and civilians were lit literally
erally literally starved out.
GREAT SPOILS OF WAR
Seven hundred large guns, a num number
ber number of field pieces, scores of machine
guns and a large quantity of ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition was taken. It is officially an announced
nounced announced that 119,000 prisoners were
talcen.when the fortress fell.
HONOR THEIR BRAVE ENEMIES
Liberal terms of surrender were
granted. The garrison 'marched from
the city with the honors of war. "None
of the prisoners will be sent xo Siber Siberia.
ia. Siberia. The officers have been paroled and
will be allowed to move their wounded
to Austria. -;
A divisiorOf Russian troops is now
patrolling the city.
BEAT TURKS IN TWO DAYS'
. - .
Petrograd, March 24. The Turks
wrere defeated in a two days' battle
and driven from the Ztidekin valley
and. Alaschgerd to Beyar.
London, March 24.- A News dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Petrograd says that the
Germans withdrew from before Ossor
wiec, leaving two. 16 -inch howitzers
on tho field.
.. j W'a?ahoota,nIarch. 24. Mr. Clar Clar-encerSmith
encerSmith Clar-encerSmith was a business, visitor to
Bjitchton last Monday.
Messrs. J. M. and Cedrick Smith
drove some .fine beef cattle from their
pasture to Williston last Monday.
They found ready sale for same.
Mrs. T. N. Smith was shopping in
Rev; George Henderson, .wife, two
daughters and niece of Williston were
guests to dinner of Mrs. C. M. Smith
.Messrs. R. P. anoi Cedrick, Clarence
and Napoleon Smith Avere: all install installed
ed installed in the Modern Woodmen of Amer America
ica America -at Micanopy Friday night.'
Mr. 'and Mrs. Frasier Stokes of
Herkirmer, N. Y., arrived Saturday
and are guests of their aunt, Mrs. C.
M. Smith. They are a charming
young couple and have visited here
several times before their marriage
and their numerous friends here are
indeed glad to have them with them
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Curry and
daughter Thelma and Miss Ethel
Senn were shopping in Micanopy Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and were guests to dinner of
Mrs. E. C. Chitty.
Mrs. M. R. Beck of Palatka is vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Smith this week.
Rev. Entzminger of Micanopy fill
ed his regular appointment here Sun
day .afternoon. There was a nice
crowd out and an excellent sermon.'
Mr. and Mrs. Charle3 Mixsoh of
Gainesville attended services here
Mrs. C. G. Mixson and interesting
little daughter Katherine, are guests
of Mrs. 'Sara Shuler at Mrs. V. P.
Smith's this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray and
Mis3 Tillie Dantzler of Flemington
and Mr. Clarence Chitty of Irvine,
motored over Sunday and took din
ner at Mr. C. R. Curry's and attended
services in the afternoon.
Mr. Willie Wnitehurst of Raleigh
was calling on some of our fair ladies
Mr. Neal Mathews of Flemington
was a Sunday afternoon visitor here.
Mis3 Olive Phiney and brother,
Charlie of Raleigh were week-end
guest3 of Mrs. Elvin Bruton.
Mrs. R. P. Smith and mother, Mrs.
Watkins spent several days visiting
in Micanopy, guests cf Dr. J. D.
Watkins and family. They returned
Sunday afternoon. Mrs. J. J. Barr
and Mr. John Barr drove them over
in their car.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lyles '" and
children, Mr. Ira Beck 'and Mrs. Nixon
of Gainesville were Sunday afternoon
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THEIH PRAISE AND LIB in
THE ALLIES BRINGING UP LAND
FORCES TO AID FLEET IN
London, March 24. With the gale gale-decreasing
decreasing gale-decreasing the allied battleships re renewed
newed renewed the attack on the Dardanelles
at dawn taday. Nine dreadisaught
are raining shells upon the repaired
WAITING ON THE WEATHER
London, March 24. A late dispatch
from Tenedos states that the allied
battleships withdrew from the Dar Dardanelles
danelles Dardanelles because of a lavy fog which
prevented accurate firing.
A News dispatch states that allied
troops landed on the Gallipoli pen peninsula
insula peninsula late yesterday in the Gulf of
Saros. A"'generr.l attack from Und
and sea will begin as soon as t!.
weather clears. t
FRENCH AND BELGIANS MOVED
Paris, IIarch 24. Two divisions cf
the Belgian army made gains alcn alcn-he
he alcn-he Yser river, and captured a Ger German,
man, German, trench on the -''left hr.rM. Tl
French ; captured trenches at Jlzru
mannseiierKopi,, taking some pn:
BRITISH AIRMEN CROSSED OVEH
London, March 24 Bsiti?h aviators
flew across Belgium yesterday, drop-
j ping eight bombs on the German sub-
j marine works at Hoboken," near Ant-,
Tr,e works were set, on fire.
Berlin, March 22. Wc are having
some very cool weather for this time
cf the year.
Prof. R. W. Ervin and family have
moved into their new home near tho
Misses Floy and Geneva McCuHy
vere.week-end guests of, Mis3 Hsr
garet Howell of Ccala last vck.
We are sorry to report that Mr.
Charles Bawls of Ocala is on the s.'i:
list. He. v,-as brought out to the home
of hi3 parents, Mr. and Mrs. YV B.
Rawls last Sunday. We all wish for
Phim a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Matthews
Flemington, were the guests cf
and Mrs. G. W. Mills last Sunday.
Mr. "and, Mrs. C. P. Howell and Miss
May Tompkins of Ocala were 'guests
at the home cf Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Mc Mc-Cully
Cully Mc-Cully last Sunday evening.
Rev. J. Guy Printer of Ocala will fill
the pulpit at the Fellowship Baptist
church next Sunday morning, Zlarch
28th, at 11 o'clock. Everybody 'is in invited
vited invited to attend. -
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Erook3 and chil children
dren children of Zuber have moved to thsir
large farm near Berlin, much to the
gratification of their many friends
Mr. J. L. Smith had the misfortune
to lose his mill house, grist and riec
mill and engine, also a great, many
sweet potatoes, by fire last Mpndayi
The drugs used in our prescription,
department are the btst to be -had,
and ACCURACY is our watchword.
The Court Pharmnc
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
25c PER .P.IUriD, Dcir
OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, .MARCH 24, 1915
OfiAIiA EVENING STAR
" PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING EU & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
K. IU Carroll, General .Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. in Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocr'a, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
Mrs. E. Van Hood, Editor
The regular meeting of the city;
council was held last evening, with;
Councilmen Meffert, Fausett, Gerig,
Knight, Nash and Tompkins present.1.
Minutes of last meeting read and Ravages of Traced to Pockets of
approved as recorded.
Mr. W. W. Clyatt appeared before; tmpiojers
the council in regard to. the apparent '; S. Sargent in the Estero Eagle:
over-assessment of the personal prop-; Good bye Booze! Big Business is get get-erty
erty get-erty of Mayor Robertson. Referred to ; t-ins ready to throttle you, then you
the finance committee with instruc- sQ to the bonevard, sure. For
tions to investigate. hnW nl that for health
Mrs. M. E. Layne s communication, ; .... 1 , ...j
asking that she be exempt from pav
One year, in advance.'., $5.00
Six months, In advance. .... 2.50
Three months, in advance. .1.25
Or month, in advance 50
One year- in advance.
Six months, in advance. .
three months, in advance.
One month, in advance. .
The State Good Roads Association j of George Washington. He was a
is in session at St. Petersburg today. noted railroad commissioner and ar-
- a jbitrator. He became, chairman of
, a w 1 nnn .lthe board of arbitartion of the Grand
xyuvtf-i ... nrM,t- wrr,;7t;nn until hp. was made
UUU in Donus w v P9,ifi, ril.
ruau in xoo.
The Palatka Morning Post reminds
U3 of the pea in the shell game.
Sometimes we see it, and sometimes
Przemysl, the Auctrian fortress,
capitulated to the Russians yesterday,
but that awful impregnable name it itself
self itself will never capitulate to any Eng-
Its isolation is
ing on the Tuscawilla street side of
her property in the second ward, was
read. The clerk was instructed to
write Mrs. "Layne that the contracts
had all been let and nothing further'
could be done in the matter. Mrs.
Layne's letter set' forth the fact that
the public school property in the same
block had been exempted and when
her sidewalk was constructed it would
not be connected with any other
A number of communications were
read from parties in the second ward
asking that paving certificates be di divided
vided divided into three parts, each third pay payable
able payable yearly. This was granted, pro
vided however, that two deferred pay payments
ments payments draw interest from date of is
- . .i fiicVn cnpnldnf tonerue.
Tuesday morning s Irost put xne, itg independence assured j position of milk and meat inspector
- Georgia peacu M" i forever.-Lakeland Telegram,
dispatches say that from 50 to 80 per.
cent oi tne irun was Meu.
Dr. J. H. Dunn's application for the
Iwas filed for information
i us that the name is pronounced "Thi-
, a trai as'meel," with the i short, and the accent
Everybody, allies and neutrals as syllable; We have no right
well as their own people, P18eto criticise. The consistent pronun pronun-bravery
bravery pronun-bravery of the Austrian soUiers .who name ofW national
held Przemysl so long. Tba Austrian I "Dashineton." As it
soldier has always been uniucKy, ou.
i lmA 5 onnro (TP 1 0
he ha3 never lackejj in courage.
ith w, the
consistent sound of which would be
. ... otvr ? hpin same as inai ox u,.
A great ueai UA:0jr.r""' .:t. in, n o -As far
wasted on -th e pin are con-
They have had "J. cerned, there 1. no language more In In-undisputed
undisputed In-undisputed opportunity to .makeja self Ush
sustaining and prosperous people oi
themselves. It isn't in, them to ao so,;
- and white people are not responsible
for their lack of enterprise.
An American woman, who has just
returned -from Germany says: "The
German is noted for his -devotion and
home Jife. He goes into battle with
patriotic anthems on his lips, not the
songs of a music hall. There U no
truth in the report that the German
people are starving. I have just re returned
turned returned from! Berlin .and when I left
' the 'only thing that has risen in price
was medicine." p ; m
' Senator Nathan P. Bryan definitely
announces that he will be a candidate
to succeed himself in the United
i 'RtfttAs: Senate. The Star thinks Mr.
Bryan is entitled to a second term. He.
is a statesman oi xne quiev
; not much in the limelight, but is a
i '' hard worker and is much given to do doling
ling doling what he thinks is right without
figuring on what effect his actions
may have on his popularity.
f Ocala is Remonstrating what a real
v live Board of Trade can do in the way
of locating new industries. In the
last two weeks a soap' factory and a
large knitting factory have started
operations in the Brick City and will
a! larce force of
j give viiiyiyjji wv o-
hands. The knitting "factbry wiU
make underwear, stockings, etc.
Sanforderald. . ; 7
) Ocala's :Board. of Trade is always
busy in some, good work. A ;
A high VTurkish official, who .has
had himself interviewed by an Amer American
ican American correspondent, says that every every-j
j every-j thing' looks salubrious for Turkey. He
'.' says the Ottoman empire has plenty
of men, ammunition an food, and is
moreover able to make its own sup supplies!
plies! supplies! at home, that the Dardanelles
are impregnable, that the Russians
held back in the Caucasus and the
movement toward the Suez, canal and
' Egypt is progressing auspiciously.
All of which ma3t be true, buUt loo"ks
more like it wag manufactured tor
" foreign consumption. It is not likely
that the Turks are any more given to
flying than lany of the other; parties
to, the: great conflict in fact, 'it us
; difficult. to seehow they; could be. v,
i rjadging.by the following, the Tam Tam-V
V Tam-V pa Times does not approve of Gov Gov-pernor
pernor Gov-pernor Trammell's policy of recom-;
'mending measures to the legislature.
The Times says": "Living up to his
. usual vote-snatching tactics, Governor
. Trammell 'forestalls, the; legislative
session by recommending every re re-form
form re-form that has been 'suggested since
Adam and Eve stood outside the gates
t of the Garden of Eden and gave the
poet inspiration for .writing, 'Of all
sad words of tongue or pen, the sad saddest
dest saddest 'are these it might have been.'
- Governor Trammell will go down in
history as the 'Great Suggester. In
the meantime, though, he doesn't seem
r to have suggested anything worth
while in connection witK the Mariann'a
' Industrial school fire horror."
Charles Francis Adams died in
Washington one day last week.' Mr.
Adams was born in Boston May 27,
1835. His grandfather was John
Quincy Adams, the sixth president of
the United States, and his gre&t-
. grandfather was John Adams, the
second president. He was recognized
as one of the foremost historians of
"" the last half century. In Washington
he .did much of his research work on
tii c-nr(. and historical, essays that
created a furore among Tiistorians tor
their upsetting of school-book tradi tradi-ti
ti tradi-ti ons, such as the circumstances of
the' PiUrrims' landing at Plymouth,
Paul Revere's ride 'and many of the
bt known f lories toH about, the life
The Ocala Star says that "Powell
Communication from Miss Lilla
Frost, stating that the sidewalks in
front of her property on West Broad Broadway
way Broadway had been satisfactorily placed,
was read. She was allowed to redeem
the certificates without interest.
.Communication from Mr. AWrt O.
TTnrrie. askincr that his insurance
agency be allowed to write a portion
of the city's insurance, was filed for
information as these matters had pre previously
viously previously been disposed of for the year.
Mrs. Mayo's letter asking that the
city place E. 8th street in passable
condition adjoining, her property and
also olace the lierhts ordered in that
I . . - 1
is' more truthful than polite," in re-! vicinity some time ago, was reieneu
ferring to our paragraph on the crush
and morality's sake you be banished
from the land, but Business said
"No. The saloons draw trade, they
pay our -taxes. What need we care
about the right or wrong of the mat matter?"
ter?" matter?" Then we tried to show Busi Business
ness Business that the general public lost more
than it gained either in trade or
revenue, but Greed was blind, or if it
did see the point, said "Let the gen
eral public look out for itself. What
is that to us? We are for the money
and nothing else." What Big Busi Business
ness Business says in this country usually goes
but the saloons did not go; they stay-
But at last science took up the
matter and traced the ravages of
booze directly into the pockets of big
employers of labor by the decreased
efficiency of their employes. Then
Business began to sit up and take
notice. It began to experiment. One
man induced one thousand of his em employes
ployes employes to sign the pledge, and at the
end of the vear he found himself
the gainer from that thing alone of
325,000. Eminent German and Eng English
lish English chemists have found by actual
tests in their laboratories, that the
drinker, even in moderation, lost from
seven to fifteen per cent efficiency at
his occupation Dr. Kraepelin, of the
Munich University, found that the al alcoholic
coholic alcoholic equivalent of one glass of Bor Bordeaux,
deaux, Bordeaux, taken only one day, would de decrease
crease decrease the amount of work from sev seven
en seven to nine per cent. A number of ac accountants
countants accountants were given daily in divide
ed doses the equivalent of three and
a half cups .of claret. After two
weeks of thismoderate drinking their
to see Pavlowa dance.. In most po politeness
liteness politeness there is very little truth.
-The recording angel will never put
a black mark against -a man for tell
ing a lie when politerlSs is the. only :
motive, nowever, us a guuu umig
for the people to have the truth shot
into them once in awhile, and Powell's
comparison of Pavlowa and Chautau
qua was timely; ...
The practice of using "Made in
Ocala" goods where possible is be becoming
coming becoming a habit with many Ocalans,
says an Ocala merchant who is a con constant
stant constant booster. He says that the calls
for Ocala made cigars are increasing
every day. ,
x Woodmen meet Friday evening-
IUC LlZLLl 1 UUU 1 j
a imrrYttr i mVa Hon from the ability to add up figure columns had
rrt dvnln n 1 aecreaseu liiieen aim iiu-icmiu
the references to Collector Clyatt's
accounts was read and filed. It was
ordered that half 'the amount of the
auditing company's account be paid.
Messrs. J. F. Jenkins & Company s
letter regarding the blocking of the
Send Us! Yoiif
Truss Rods, ?
Of Alt Kind.
All Hard Woods.
Pumps for all
-For I?oad Work at all
cent. And so on through a number
of tests, showing similar results. Butj
the strange thing about it is that
they all imagine they gain in efficiency
With the advent of the troops in
new street right of way north of me coai mining ainci, ui u.auv
block 80 by the old cars of the Silver the saloons were closed. As a result
Springs & Western railway, was re- the president of the Colorado Fuel &
ferred to the street committee. Iron. Company states that the output
It was ordered that Mr. George of coal per man was increased ten
Rentz be recommended for appoint- per cent. v Spoiled work is one of the
ment as trusteed the general bonds, great losses that always followed af-
as one of a commission of three. ter pay day a WKman in one ox
All accounts of the J. B. McCrary tne coatsvme &teei mius sam mat it
n n ;m!T,,rv nt thfi electric lieht was no unusual thing to have from
.1UI hiu,ii"wj I , ,-1
plant having been settled, the bill of twenty to lorty ions sponea in ..ne
sale for ;same was ordered placed on "'"S
the minute book. ...... oon!L.r uf, V'. I
The council authorized the retaining mg "tnat sn nistory now. une ux
of Mr. R. A. Burford to assist the city the complaints, of industry was the
attorney in preparing and presenting meager output on Monaays airer:uxe
the city's case before the supreme men had been drinkmg Saturday
court in the bond validating matter, night and Sunday, but where the
The clerk 'wast instructed to notify drink has been shut off, Monday s
the Seaboard railway that its cross- work measures up with the other
ings at North Magnolia street and days. -
West Broadway are in dangerous con- Finding that total abstinence is cut cut-dition
dition cut-dition and must have immediate at- ting out losses in so many directions
tenMon and adding profits, more and more of
Alderman Gerig, chairman of the the big employers of labor are becom becom-fiw
fiw becom-fiw rnmmittee. was authorized to ing set, against the saloon and are
purchase necessary new ladders for contributing liberally- to the" fight
the department.; against tt wherever there is oppor-
ThP nolice committee was instruct- tunny, ine state-wiae campaign in
WILBUR WC. SMITH
Funeral Director and
E C. Jordan & Co.
- Furniture and
, -.Phone 10
219 WEST EEOADWaV
cd to proceed with the work of plac
ing "dummy, policemen?' at the inter
section of the streets where traffic is
Tipnvip?t: for the nrotection oi ve
hicles and pedestrians.
All bills properly audited were or
A resolution, was passed instruct
ing the collection of all balances due
on water meters, and ordering the
water supply discontinued on prem premises
ises premises not complying with this order by
the 10th of April.
The clerk was instructed to furnish
the council with a list of all unpaid
paving certificates now on file at its
Council then adjourned to meet
Thursday evening, March; 25th.
V - Rousseau.
One is probably right in holding that
Rousseau was the "Father of the
t rench Revolution.' Of course many
things entered into the production of
that mighty upheaval, but Rousseau's
writings did tlieir full share in pre preparing
paring preparing the minds of the French people
for the great political and social storm.
Smoke Cuban Out, oc Cigar.
A HEAVY BURDEN
West Virginia was financed mainly
with their money, and one brewer
living and running a brewery in an another
other another state, but having other -industrial
interests in that state, sent $250
to help carry the state for prohibi prohibition.
tion. prohibition. The Czar of Russia stopped the
sale of vodka in that great nation and
is finding most beneficial results from
it. "At the .outbreak of the war in
Europe all drinking in the German
army was ordered stopped. Within
i the last year the saloons have been
banished from the canal zone on the
j Isthmus which has proven very satis satis-I
I satis-I factory. When Secretary Daniels
was informed that there were nearly
j ten times as many admissions to the
! naval hospital for alcoholism as in
1 the British navy and nearly fifty
times as many as in the German navy,
he concluded that it was undoubtedly
rendering inefficient a still larger
number who did not get as far as
the hospital. Hence alcohol, in the
name of efficiency was banned.
The Kaiser four years ago well
said, "In the next great war nerve
power will decide the victory. Vic Victory
tory Victory will lie with the nation that uses
the smallest amount of alcohol." The
Czar of Russia acted on the sugges
tion and shut off vodka from all the j
nation. The Kaiser attempts to only
eliminate the use of intoxicants in
the army. According to his own pre prediction,
diction, prediction, the Russians ought to be vic victorious.
torious. victorious. At any rate, the results
among the Muscovites are proving
most happy, as the bank deposits of
the Russians have more than doubled
since the prohibition began. This.
proves the truth of the words of the
great Premier Gladstone, when he said
"Give me a sober people and I will
show you how I will get revenue."
Just Cold Facts not Sentiment
Life insurance companies gamble on
a man's chances to live. These
companies profit while a policy-holder
lives and lose when one dies, there therefore
fore therefore it has been their especial bus
iness to find the causes of early death.
It isn't a matter of sentiment with
them merely a matter of dollars and
cents, so harken:
4 The loss of five hundred thousand
men ii war can be made good in ies
ihan ten years through complete ao ao-stinnce
stinnce ao-stinnce from alcohol hy all inhabi inhabitants
tants inhabitants of Russia." This statement was
recently made by Arthur Hunter, act actuary
uary actuary with the New York Life Insur
ance Presidents. The statement fol followed
lowed followed an investigation into the deaths
of the million policy-holders in twenty-five
Again listen to this: "Total ab abstainers
stainers abstainers have a morality during the
working years of life of about one one-half
half one-half of that among -those who use al alcohol
cohol alcohol to the extent of at least two
glasses of whiskey a day."
Liquor and Lawlessness
Collier's Weekly: "Fort Smith,
Ark., is the border city between that
state and Oklahoma,. and border com communities
munities communities rarely grow famous for
righteousness. But in Fort Smith
there was not a single arrest made in
forty-eight hours, which included New
Year's day. In this connection, ponr
der the fact that Fort Smith went dry
t. Mr. E. N. HoDkins. ed
itor of Arkansas Fruit and Farms, the Star
has been kind enough to give us the
"The liquor interests advocate that
prohibition does not prohibit, but the
record here in. Fort Smith shows that
the curse has been eliminated to a
point" where our jails are empty, our
police force half of what it was when
we had saloons, the cost of feeding
prisioners is less than $15 per month
as compared to nearly a thousand a
month under wet conditions, and our
city jail is now used as a lodging
house for transient poor. No arrests
occurred in. Fort Smith from Thurs
day morning to Saturday morning,
i i i i i xt T
wnicn inciuueu -ew xcut xyjr.
Mr. Hopkins incloses a statement by
the chief of police showing 4hat,
whereas in the last six month's of
1913 there were 2,563-arrests, dur
ing the corresponding dry months of
last vear there were only 1.329. We
are standing at attention to hear how
the apostles of booze explain away
this dron of 1.234 under a dry re
m jpy? iiiiiiii 'jju,j 'j r ija'.-'. ,', p.'X" ...,. .y, ... yyrtan
I 111 V i t f. :
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w i M s'"
The Man With.
The- Black Vandyl
He's tinuter figure that drops like a shadow on the live of Ned Yxner tnd Jun.
Dark, polished, mysterious, his polite attentions seem a constant menace
At every turning he crosses the path of the beautiful runaway bride.
By GEORGE RANDOLPH CHESTER and LILLIAN CHESTER
it a mystifying story, a fascinating itory. a story of spellbound thrill.
It U illustrated with moving pictures produced by the Reliance Motion
Picture Corporation by special arrangement for tliis paper
Head the Story In &hts Taper. Sec the Ticlarc.
"Runaway June" has never, before been published. It was written for America's gfii
Mt newspapers In tru city it wui appear e&ciuuveiy m uu paper.
The First Installment of "Runaway .June" will appear in
See Pictures at Temple Theater, Friday night
so. Every precaution is taken to
ocs tli rough the processes which re-
Nature and science combine to make it
protect: it from contamination while it j
suit in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice cf urs.
have your custom -we deserve it.
Ocala Ice- & PaeZ
TO THE HOUSEWIFE
U Li It
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak-'s Wagon Shop.
I'Made in Marion County,
, Floiida, U. S. A.)
25c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
A Bad Back. Makes Life Miserable
' for Many Oeala People
A bad back is heavy burden
A burden at night when bedtime
Just as bothersome in" the morning.
Ever trv Doan-'s Kidney Pills for
Know they are for kidney back backache
ache backache and for other kidney ills?
If you don't some Ocala people
Read a case of it
Mrs.-M. A. Frost of 123 Broadway,
Oeala-says: "For a long time I suf suffered
fered suffered from kidney trouble. I had a
dull pain in my back and if I caught
cold or ;ot my feet wet, I was worse.
I couldn't rest well at night and got
up in the morning feeing tired and
depressed, I was also troubled by
dizziness and was in bad shape when
I got- Doan's Kidney Pills at-the
Carlisle Drug Co. In a few days they
brought me relief and continued use
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don t
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mrs. Frost had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Preps., Buffalo, N. Y. Adll.
Madam, if your husband is like most
men he exDects vou to look after the
health of yourself and children.
Coughs and colds are the most com common
mon common of the minor ailments and are
most likelv to lead to serious diseases
A child is much more, likely to con contract
tract contract diphtheria or scarlet fever when
It has a cold. If you will inquire into
the merits of the various remedies
that are recommended for coughs and
colds, you will find that Chamberlain's
Cough Remery stands high in the es estimation
timation estimation of people who use it. It is
prompt and effectual, pleasant and
safe to take, which are qualities espe especially
cially especially to be desired when a medic'ne
is intended for children. For sale by
all dealers. 3-l-15t
R003I AND BATH FOIt A DOLLAK AND A HALF
mm.-m mm ji m.-mt mm M ina. i m
it ? i ? I v I
' cicala, v iOFicia
- Restaurant wjth Moderate prices
. Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
F.LECTIUC IXKVATOK SFItVIFi: PHOXFS IX ALL IUHIMS
louis Mo mm
- The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAK AND A HALF
yt distress to inar tlf- ( -:
th. i i w'- j' v i -cor.;c
1 t;.o n ivK-o
f s. Mm..' .oTser
to u-. "Mothtfi's
tricviJ." T:,. i.f a.i
rxit n.i ati-iicatioa
dtsi.i;:ivt' i. kj lubri-
jV' yf5psg' to so rtbrvc tne
V-fif-iin'' "f ; rro.t;re rccctlnr on
t" e r.irvfo, t'.it tho
lattiral fir.-ii:i upon the c-o-d. lia-rr.t-nts
i. not aceoaipanl -d by tho? severe
pains said to cause r.au-va. i iorvJ.nz sick sickness
ness sickness and rrany local d'-tr-
ttar.y people believe th-.t tl-.. remedies
whicli have stool the ttst r f 1 3 -.-. that
! have been put to ever trii.1 unJr tiiO
rarylrs conditions cf c.-. weight, general
health, etc., may le safely rehel upon.
And Judgir.g by the fact that "Mother's
Friend" has been in continual use since
our grandmother's eirlifr years and Is
known throughout the I'nile.I States it
may be eaj-i'.y infemvl that it 13 sorae sorae-tliinjr
tliinjr sorae-tliinjr that wmf-n r?id!y rcommfnd.
'brother's ; Friend" in prepared only in
our own laboratory and is sold by drug druggists
gists druggists everywhere. Ask for a 1-ottle to-day
and write fa a -pee:al book for expectant
mothers. Address Brad field Regrulator Co.
S07 Lamar VI Is-, Atlanta, Ga,
Of Application toMhe Legislature of
Florida for the Enactment of
Special or Local Legislation.
Notice is hereby given that applica application
tion application will be made to the legislature of
the state of Florida, at its next ses ses-'n
'n ses-'n in AnriT. 191i. for the rjaspaze of
an act authorizinfr the city of Ocala I
to purchase from other party or par
ties, electric current or nowerior tne
use of the said city, either for .light .light-intr
intr .light-intr nr mamif arttirinc mirooses. and
to distribute and sell the current so
purchased for lightinj: ana manuiac-i
turinfT purposes. I
Also for the passage of an act au- j
thorizing and requiring the city coun-
cil of Ocala to submit to the registerea
voters of said city, any application
which may be made to said city, or its
council, for a franchise, whenever a
petition or application, signed, by
twenty per cent of such registered
voters of the city, ehall be presented
to the council, praying that the ques question
tion question of granting such franchise shall
be submitted to and passed upon by
the registered voters of the said city.
2-17-8t-wed R. C. t AMP.'
.WINDSOR HOTEL AND P
Jackson vfHe, Florida
"My. daughter used Chamberlain's
Tablets for constipation with good re results
sults results and I can recommend them high highly,"
ly," highly," writes Paul B. Rabin, Brushly, La.
For sale by all dealers. 3-l-15t
: ... "COMFORT FIRST"
EUROPEAN ANQ AMERICAN PLANS
A. F. WILSON, MGR. : T, A. WILSON, PFGP.
PUT YOUR AD IN THE STAR
OCA LA EVENING 'STAR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH. 24, 1915
LOUIS R. CRAZAL & SONS CO.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department, call 'jhrne 1V)
I O. Box 472
n of Orlando, a resident of
was elected j
We "wish' to announce to the public of Cen Central
tral Central Florida that our large and up-to-date Bottling
Plant io now open, ready for inspection and visi visitors
tors visitors are welcome.
We are Bottling, "for the trade only, our fa-
mous Georgia diink, t
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 aso bottling a full line of carbonated'
Our plant is two blocks south of the square, on
CHERO-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Phone 521 -:- Ocala, Fla.
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Slate, Co uity and City Depository.
Miss Sawtell Accepted
News has been received from Johns
Hopkins hospital, Baltimore, that Miss
Ophelia Sawtell of this city 'who has
been in training since September
has passed all of her examinations
. 1 j;o to Lee.: our to pl:;v ths basket ball
the privilege of taking the complete
ic-ciin ui til's uiuuu.i:i ;t;iuui, ui x-
Ocala many years a
2nd vice president. The 191C meet- ;
ing will be- h;-I:i in Orlando. i
Wildcat-; Will Play Cathedral
Fridav afternoon the Wilrcats will
course in nursing. She will take the
four year course. In her first vic victory
tory victory Miss Sawtell has the congratu congratulations
lations congratulations and best wishes of her large
circle of friends..
A Star reader1 was in receipt last
night of a letter from a cousin who
resides on the western shore of Scot Scotland,
land, Scotland, and in writing at length of the
present turmoil, said: "This is an
awful war. Even where we are we
feel it very much; mines floating
Baptist Missionary Society
The regular monthly meeting of the j
Woman's Missionary Society will be
held tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon
at 3 o'clock in the church annex. Sub- j
ject, "The New Patriotism."
cordiallv invited to attend.
All are 1
Epwcrth League Entertainment
On recount of the Chautauqua the
about, some coming ashore. Just Pv'oltn sgue cna not ncia its
vtpwlav r,nP a 95Wr two railo I Patrick ?ccial last vv-eek but will in-
rvcrrsw vx vui iivujv auu nau i-w u
who owns the dwelling the business property that stands in
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering it involves the origin and the
the development of individual ownership in land. x -
r- -' "'.:- .... :
' 1 ' ' "'-'
in the beginning of civilization no man owned. any definite part of
the earth. Yiomadic tribes camped over particular sections of it;
homefi and trading places, were liot fixed; land was too plentiful for
individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particular spot.
florid title and abstract corporation
at to explode it. The sound was ter
rific, smashing the rocks on which it j
rested to powder. Submarines also
pass up and down our coast."
Rev. W. H. DuBose is the guest of
Mrs. J. G. Glass at the rectory, arriv arriving
ing arriving last night from South Florida. He
is traveling in the interest. of Fair Fair-mount
mount Fair-mount College, in Tennessee, of which
he is chaplain. Rev. DuBose for a
number of years was dean of theol theology
ogy theology at the University of South at
Miss Annie Lou Padgett will re return
turn return on Monday from Brenau College,
at Gainesville, where she has been this
winter, and will remain in Atlanta, at
home with her sister, Mrs. Russell
Bridges on Forrest avenue. Atlanta
Mrs. Aldrick of Providence, R. I.,
who is the guest of her sister, Mrs. G.
K. Robinson, expects to leave next
week for home.
The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace
church and a few friends were given
a delightful treat yesterday afternoon
Irish evening in his
Fridav evenincr at Phi I
Sigma College "followed by a social
hcur with Easter features. The ex exercises
ercises exercises will begin promptly at 7:30
and all leaguers r.nd all friends of the
league are cordially invited to be
Parcel Pest Sale
: Friday, March 2Gth, a parcel post
sale will be hold at the skating rink
ur.dsr the au.plc3s of the W. C. T. U.,
beginning, at 0 o'clock. In connection
with the sale an old fashion straw strawberry
berry strawberry festival will- also be held. The
-ale will take .place promptly at 8
o'clock, and the packages will be sold
for IO 'cents, each .containing an ar article
ticle article of that value. The public is cor cordially
dially cordially invited to attend.
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There, Smiling Up at the Graceful Strasi
Ned Warner Saw 'His Vanished
'The New York Express overtook a local and slowly forged ahead, and Ned, peering
.v...i.v u every passing window, saw the suave, black Vandyked stranger bendin
e.u.v.IUnjr wci iu U5i wea, newiy lost wire.
iR. ten qi iy
T7 O o
w. c. t. u.
The regular business session of the
W. C. T. U. .was held yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at the Baptist church, the
president, Mrs. T. Ei Bridges in the
After devotional exercises, minutes
at the rectory by Mrs. F. H. Rogers, j0f ast meeting were read and an-
proved. After report from treasurer,
the purity and art superintendent
was heard from and a portrait of
who gave a resume of "Social Aspects
of Foreign Missions," an intonsely
interesting book from the pen of
President Faunce of Brown Univer- j Miss Francis E. Willard wa
RosuHs VJHIi iho Grcafcsi" Diced
PuriJisr Ever Discovered.
Strength, Pdwer, Accomplishment are all Typified in S. S. S.
oxne Diood disorders become deeply
rooted In the glancVj and tissues, and the
mistake is made of resorting to drastic
drug3. These only aggravate by causing
'other and -worse troubles. A host of peo people
ple people know this to-"be true. They know
from painful experience.
To get right down into where the blood
is vitiated requires S. S. S. tli greatest
blood purifier ever discovered.
This remarkable remedy contains one
ingredient, the active purpose of which is
to stimulate the tissues. -to the healthy
selection of its own essential nutriment
and the medicinal elements of this match matchless
less matchless blood purifier are just as essential to
well balanced-health as the nutritious
elements or the meats, grains, fats and
sugars of our daily food.
Js'ot only this, but if from the presence
of some disturbing poison there is a local
or general interference -of nutrition to
cause bolls, carbuncles, abscesses and
kindred troubles. S. R. fl. so dirt.cts t
local cells that this poison is rejected a: u
eliminated from their presence.
- Then, too, S. S. S. has such speclfi
stimulation on these local cells as to pre preserve
serve preserve their mutual welfare and a proper
relative assistance to -each other.
In avery brief time.S. S. S. has th
reconstructive process under control
that remarkable changes are obseved. All
eruptive places heal, mysterious pains and
aches have disappeared, and from head to
foot there is a conscious sensation of re-r.c-7'ed
j rom tto fact that S. S. S. is purely
a botanical preparation, it is accepted by
the weakest stomach and has great tonic
influence,. Not one drop of drugs or
minerals Is used in its preparation. Ask
for S. S. S. and insist upon having It.
nd if you desire skillful advice upon any
matter concerning the blood and skin
vrite to The Swift Specific Co., 205 Swift
iiklg, Atlanta, Ga. Do not allow some
zealous clerk to larrup the atmosphere In
:!. uenco over something "Just as good"
I : s i. ii. S. Uewaro at all counterfeits.
sity. The book has been the Lenten
study of the auxiliaries throughout
the country, but the members here
were prevented from studying it, .so
welcomed yesterday the opportunity
of having Mrs. Rogers give them a
summary. Many foreign missionaries
are personal friends of Mrs. Rogers
and frequently, to make her subject
more interesting, she told of little
incidents in their lives and work. At
the conclusion ofJth.e. meeting Mrs.
Jplass served tea and wafers."""-
Mrs. Frank Jennings of Jackson
ville, will be a prominent visitor in
April, arriving alout the middle of
the month for a visit to Mrs. William
Hocker: Mrs. Jennings enjoys the
distinction of bfing among the best,
if not the best .speaker in the federa federation,
tion, federation, and while In the city will address
the Ocala Woman's Club on the sev seventeenth.
enteenth. seventeenth. "" .
" Mrs. Harvey Clark is convalescing
from a several days' illness.
Mrs. G. H. Ford of Jacksonville,
Mrs. I. V. Stevens and Miss Margaret
after Easter the guests of Mr. and
Ocala next week to remain until
after Easter, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. B. A. Weathers. Messrs. Ford
and Stevens will join their wives for
Mrs. G. J. Blitch and son, Master
Hardy Croom, Miss Jefferson Bell,
Miss Marguerite Porter "and Mr.
Joseph Bell left this afternoon for Mi
ami, taking advantage of the reduced
rates offered on account of the meet meeting
ing meeting of the Florida Press Association.
They will be away a week.
Mrs. J; Mason Tison and little son,
J. Mason Tison, Jr., went Sonday to
Lowell, where Mrs. Tison's father,
James Howell, is now stopping for a
brief period. From Lowell itfrs. Ti Tison
son Tison and son will return to their home
near Anthony. Gainesville Sun.
to be placed in the North Ocala
school. A pledge of 2.o0 was donat donated
ed donated toward making Miss 'Minnie E.
Neal state president, a life member
of the National W. C. T, U. Extracts
from the Union Signal were read by
Mrs.. John L. Edwards. The union
will held a parcel post sale and straw strawberry
berry strawberry supper at the armory Friday
avening from 6:30 to 10 o'clock. On
April lCth, they will give a W. C. T.
U. social at the Baptist church with
a choice .literary program followed
a delightful' social half hour, to
Wjhjch all their f nends are cordially
invited. In May they will give a pic picnic,
nic, picnic, for members and friends. The
union holds two meetings per month,
one under the charge, of a department
superintendent and a regular business
meeting, the latter, to be held the
fourth Sunday in each month.
By George Randolph Chester
and LILLIAN CHESTER
thrilling storv. a daring tnrv a hU r
- o ji ut oiupi wv. iiiitiuc it ia vvuiicil wan ail
the mastery that has made IVlr. Chester, famnm
A by America s most popular author.
Illustrated with moving pictures produced by the Reliance Motion Picture Corporation
by special arrangement for this paper. No. expense has been spared to make them
magnihdent; no effort has been stinted at any point
Head the Story In ThU Taper. -See the Picture
"Runaway June" has, never before been published. It was written for America Y greatest
newspapers; in this city it will appear exclusively in this paper
TSue FfiFstt Episode M
Will appear im filie
inooinv Mapclhi, :2Stffine Bee -Metopes
tine Temmple TEieatleir FrMay MS
BUSINESS FOR SALE
A splendid mercantile business, in including
cluding including groceries, furniture, drygoods,
etc., in large country town, with fine
surrounding territory, for sale at a
bargain. Will invoice about $5,000,
but can be reduced if party does not
want to invest that much. Did $28, $28,-000
000 $28,-000 business last year. Owner's
health' is failing and "must get out. If
intorested, call on or write the Ocala
The best fifty cent package of can candy
dy candy we hav6 ever offered, Triola
Sweets. Fresh shipment just in at
Gerig's Drug Stores. 23-tf
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Six-room house on S.
Fourth street; electric lights, hot
and cold .water and bath complete.
Apply to Miss Rena Smith at the
- Haycraft Millinery. 16-14t
FOR RENT Six" room cottage on
, Tuscawilla street between primary
.and high schools. Apply to Mrs.
R. D. Fuller. . 6-tf
f FOE SALE One well broken and
trained Shetland Pony, wagon and
buggy, with harness, cheap for
cash. J. D. Rooney.
FOR SALE Barred Rock eggs for
hatching. H. S. Wesson, Ocala,
W. K. Line, M. T. VnysTclun and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, K'ar, Noc
itul Throaf. Law Library Building.
VEGE1ABLES, 311 LK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
Merchant's Cafe. tf
All varieties of seed com; also mil millet
let millet and sorghum, now in and for sale
bv the Oenb Seed Store. 5-tf.
WANTED A wall tent, about 1G, 18
or 20 fcct; must "be in gcod order
;. i bean. Box 2Cu). 17-('t-
FOR SALF, Large white chrysan chrysanthemum
themum chrysanthemum plants, 30 cents per dozen.
Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
WANTED Want good tenant for
50-acre farm, 3 miles of Martel ;
good buildings. Vaughn, .707 Bis- j
bee Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. 25-2t
FOR EXCHANGE I will exchange
property in any state for your Flo Florida
rida Florida property. Exchange, 707 Bis Bis-bee
bee Bis-bee Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla, 25-2t
FOR RENT Weil iocaced and nicelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
s ) i 1 1 an ? im zi m o
FLOUR GO HAND 'IN OkND
We sell Calumet Baking Powder and Henry
Clay Flour to you. under a '-'Money Back Guar Guarantee."
antee." Guarantee." ,
Get a can of this well known brand today, ana
See if it. does not do all and More'than is claimed
Tor it. "BEST BY TEST' botrr Flour and Baking
One 10c Can of Calumet Baking Powder FREE,
" with a 24 pound sack of Henr y Clay Flour
CARN-TH0M AS -COMPANY.
ii Xi.r.iM -two atory, ten rwm
house corner Watula and E. Adams
streets. Possession given at once, j
Apply to W. E. Davis, at the Mun- j
roe & Chambliss National Bank. 4-tf
i i .-4
Let mo send you FREE PERFUME
Write today for a testing bottle
ED. PINAUD'S ULAC
; ij0 The world's most famoas perfume, every drop as sweet
',-Tr vfs the living blossom. For handkerchief, atomizer and bath.
,.'! Fine after shavinn. All Ihevafnp is In thrwrfiim voii don't
i f) pay extra lor a fancy bottle. The quality is wonderful. The
' Trice only 75c (6 oz ). Send 4c for the little bottle-enough
J 1 or 0 handkerchiefs. Write today.
PARFUMER1E ED. PINAUD, Dertaeat KL
Dt PJTiAUD BUILDING
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax, who
have been occupying the horde of Mr.
and Mrs. D. S. Wocdrow for three
months, leave Tuesday for their home
Mrs. M. R. Dickson and daughter,
Miss Marianna Dickson of New York
C:ty, are guests of Mrs Dickson's
Tir- T V T 1
Jy, amvmfr yesterday. if Vour car needs PAINTING see!
' nv. If it needs hrisrhteninrr up use my i fht? hfT Mv suburban home in
'AUTO PRESERVATION POLISH" I thn n,,thwpStPrn nart of town.
m l -rave paint biii:-priCe $1.00. I with two acres of ground; rates j
i reasonable to tne ngnv parxy. o.s
P. Howell, Ocaia, Fla. 2-o-tf j i
Mr. and Mrs.AV. H. Wrarner of Al Albion,
bion, Albion, Mich., are visiting at the Em-
nire with Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Baum.
Mr. and Mrs. Warner have been at I
Belleview this winter. Mr. Baum and
Mr. Warner will go. on the Homosassa
short to Crystal River this afternoon
and visit Mr. Baum's brother, M. II.
Baum for a few days.
Mrs. James E. Johnson is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Robert Sales, in
At the recent annual meeting in
Tampa of the Retail Furniture Deal- Work for the Money than Any Other
ers, for'the state of "Florida, Mr. B. j Contractor in the Citv.
T. D. DiLLON
203 N. Main St. Phone 193
CARPENTER AND BLILDER
Careful 'Estimates Made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives More and Better
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
FOR SALE awed cedar posts, all
heart, v any" quantity. "George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
fucking and Storing
flipping of Freight,
I UK Kb.M iwo connecting rooms,
furnished; one, two or three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. ,Apply
at residence of Mrs. A. M. Perry,
Herbert street. 3-18-tf
' V? Sell
Sujxior HJ Plajeter
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
COLLIES!- Ems., Proprielors.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
i" Put Yowf-hd. in the
fllfl II AFFAIRS
(Continued from Third Page)
Mr. Walter Perkins is one of the
latest victims of the grip.
rniT Y If 4 T3T7" T?niO
X J1JL illiiJllVJii J O
Mr. D. M. Barco of Cotton Plant is
a business visitor in town todav. 1.
Mr. Alf Proctor, the jsuccessf ul far farmer
mer farmer and stock raiser of the Pedro sec section,
tion, section, is among the visitors in the city
An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores,
for Triola Sweets.
The Little trained tfurse sas: Get
your "Easter egg dyes ; at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Stored" 5. cents per
Complete line of Paas Easter egg
dyes every imaginable color, at The
Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
. Mr. S. T. Sistrunk is one of the
immunes from the fro'st. He was just
a little" bit slow in planting at his big
farm along Silver x Springs run, con consequently
sequently consequently the frost went over -him.
t Chicago, March 24. May wheat,
Corn, 73. -Oats,
Thi3 report is made from observa-1
lions .taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe official observer for the gov
Mr. Alfred Turner, who is staying
in Mr. R. S. Hall's- Jacksonville office,
is spending a few days in the city
with his parents, while looking after
business here "for Mr. Hall.
An advertiser in the Weekly Star
who placed an ad two weeks ag6 to
run four weeks wants to know the
charges for discontinuing it. He says
the goods are all gone and constanfj
inquiries about them makes life a bur burden
den burden to him. Moral: Use the Star's
advertising columns for results.
At the meeting, of Tulula Lodge
last night, Mr. F. J. Burden took the
initiatory degree in Odd Fellowship,
while Rev. A. B. McDonald learned
the lessons of the third degree and
was invested with the scarlet collar.
. Norris-Box. Candies at the
Pharm'acy are the best made.
and Mr. M. C. Welch, district fore
man, of the Postal Telegraph Com Company,
pany, Company, arrived here this afternoon from
Tampa, vhere they' have been having
the"; Tampa office; remodeled. Mr.
Rfbbleiir leave tonight for Atlanta,
a?tf':MfWelchJwill remain in Ocala to
Wpkf lke' moving" of the Postal's
offici,:frotn ihe lobby of the : Holder
fclock into its hew quarters two doors
south between Peyser's and Tydings'
. . .62
. . .65
. . .66
Fair tonight with frost north, and
Thursday fair, slightly warmer.
r. W..C. Blanchard has the conx
tract for remodeling the office in the
l&cott building formerly occupied' by
Todd & Co., for the Postal Telegraph
Company, and jexpects to have the
work complete by Friday. The- Pos Postal
tal Postal will have many new features and
conveniences iri it3 new quarters
i-: i- 1 .1 1 3 ? j. -i j r
which cuuiu nui ue iitu in is viu ui-y
G." W..,Ribble. superintendent. Lfir. a
new f uniishlngs ".'will be
The Star has been favored by Mr.
E. M.- Howard, with a copy of "the
Champagne Daily. News, containing
2wf account of the recent .disastrous
?rttliaXity; ; The loss by this fire
Smounted to over half a million dol-
lira: Champaign is Mr. Howard's old
hbmey'and he is well acquainted with
many of the people,' who suffered
from the" fire.
tot turiusniTtgrs rvvi 11 be a
sound-proof telephone booth for tele telephoning
phoning telephoning telegrams which .will insure
absolute privacy to telegrams handled
by phone. : ', .
The most, satisfying box; of candy,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents:: f o thirty
pieces. Sold in. Ocala 'sit. Gerig's
Drug Stores only. 22-tM
nave your cnoice 1'absvs creamy
"bock" cr Pabst's Blue Ribbon n
draft, at Johnny's. 6-tf
WANTEDpExpenenced lady steno stenographer
grapher stenographer desires permanent position.
Address, Stenographer, Care -the
. Star. " 24-4t
' First of the season -Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
FOR- RENT Furnished room, with all
conveniences in' private family,
three blocks from courthouse on Ok-
" la waha avenue; very reasonable to
iwu.u vutujpant. Auaruss, i
"Room.v" Crft Rvpm'nw Rf oi-
Miss Olive Weston to Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Olive Grant Weston
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Mr. Alanson Austin Miller
on the evening of Thursday
eighth of April
quarter of seven
JSt. Johns Episcopal Church
'Florence, South Carolina
The above invitation was received
in Ocala yesterday afternoon by
friends of the Weston family, who
were residents of thi3 city several
years ago. Miss Weston was a fav favorite
orite favorite among a wide circle of friends
and the news of her approaching
marriage will be received with cor cor-dial
dial cor-dial interest.
Mrs. Derrill B. Pratt,
week's visit with her aunt, Mrs
Carroll, left yesterday afternoon for
Birmingham, Ala., where she will
spend a couple of days with her hus husband's
band's husband's parents, going then to St.
Louis, where Saturday morning she
will be joined by Mr. Pratt.- Mr
Pratt, a member of the St. Louis
Browns, has been with his club in
Houston, Texas, for the past five
weeks, while training there. The
Browns, with the other St. Louis
team are playing several exhibition
gams this week while en route to St.
Louis in their special train.
Sister Esther Carlotta of St. Au Augustine,
gustine, Augustine, passed thru Ocala today on
the Seaboard enroute to South Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. She was met at the train by
m m m
Miss Sallie SpurlnTof Lake Weir
is in the city, the guest of Mrs. Mabry
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. R.
Camp, Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs.
K. Austin, Miss Jean Austin, Mrs.
F. Armstrong and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. James Taylor and Mr. R. L,
Anderson, Jr., where members of a
Lparty motoring this morning to Pin-
eola to spend the day -with Mr. and
Mrs. I. F. Bennett at their grove. Mrs.
Armstrong and daughter will remain
for a visit and the others will return
home by moonlight.
- . :
Mr.wand Mrs. H. M. Hampton and
Miss Myrtice Wilson were visitors to
Inverness today, the former going
down on business. -
-MfimrKTDSdgc, who has been
Iting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. V.
Newsom fora fortnight, will return
to Clearwater tomorrow. Dr. New Newsom
som Newsom who has beenso very ill is grad
UU Uev. Abbott Charles, Pres. Rev. Father Benedict Director. I
Sf o Led 00liege
Z ve&t Dl uaQe ana une Mile East of San Antonio-
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, dSS9
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
S225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
C. H. POST OFFICE, TELECrRAPH, TELEPHOtXE, EXPRESS and-
' A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT fHE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPTI6, 1914
SAINT LEO, Pasco County FLORIDA
Mr. William Greece is attending to
business this week in Alachua and
Putnam "counties and is accompanied
by Mrs. Preece, Their friends will re regret
gret regret to learn that they are considering
giving up their residence in Ocala in
the near future.
- Miss Lydia McDoughal, who is
spending the winter with her brother,
Mr. Roljfirt McDoughal and family at
Sarasota, had the misfortune to break
her right arm recently while trying
to crank her brother's Cadillac.
Many golfers were out this after
noon or the links,' enjoying ladies'
afternoon. Misses Minnie and Louise
Gamsby served tea and wafers-after
the players had made their rounds
Mrs. D. M. Smith took out the at
tractive silver cup that she has given
as a prize for the. gentlemen's con
test,, and left it on exhibition at the
ROOMS FOR. RENT Furnished
rooms. Apply 610 Fort King ave
nue, or phone 471 24-6t
To "a Person Who Prides
Himself cn His Appearance
A large shipment of Norris Candies
just received at the Court Pharmacy.
None better made. 19-tf
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Llnem
is a necessity. To supply that ne3 ne3-cessity
cessity ne3-cessity is Our Business
S. Main Street
Go Norili By Sea
Fine-Steamers : Low Fares '.
.. Though Czar "Nick" has stopped the
sale and manufacture of vodka in his
empire, his subjects in otherparts of
the world will get an overdose of the
stuff occasionally. Two Russians
had a fight on North Magnolia street
last evening after indulging too free freely
ly freely in the American brand of joy wa waters,
ters, waters, and were landed in the city lock lockup.
up. lockup. One had been struck with a rail railroad
road railroad spike and a four-inch gash on top
of Ills head had to be sewed up before
he was locked up. Besides a charge
of fighting docketed in the recorder's
court, one of them is charged with
carrying a concealed weapon. They
will have a hearing tomorrow morning.
, LAIN'S CCr On REMEDY
N 'I take pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my
customers because I have confidence
in it. I find that they are pleased
with it and call for it when again in
need of such a medicine," writes J. W.
Sexson, Montevallo, Mo. For sale by
all dealers. 3-l-15t
Baltimore . ; .
. . 25.55
.$20.00; J Boston
. '20.0ft". J Buffalo ..
.. 22.40 J Pittsburg
.21.40 I Chicago
. Tickets include meals and stater oom" berth ;on stes-mer. Saltings for
Baltimore, Weanesday and Saturday, : for Philadelphia Thursday 'and Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. For tickets and other mformat ion, call on or address ;
,."::EScnAKTs & rmms transportaxio:i cc
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AND ON THAT DAY YOU SHOULD BE DRESSED IN
y n tt'tt
A. W ikafa dtm
HEY make you feel at ease in
the presence of the mightiest.
Good Appearance alone may
not win you the respect of big
ment but it surely will make you
4at home" among them. No actor, how however
ever however great, can play Macbeth at his besl:
in his street clothes. Few men can act,
whole-heartedly, act and feel the role of
success before strangers if dressed in the
costume of failure.
GOOD CLOTHES kindle self-confidence;
nothing helps more surely to
give that Mjusl right" feeling than a "jusl:
right" Suit of Clothes. A well-groomed
front is worth more than all the liquid
bracers in the world to make a man feel
worthy of the besl: on equal terms with
the biggest. The very basic idea of our
tailoring is the idea of just right clothes.
IF ALL MEN knew pur system there
would be no pretty-nearly-rightM dress dressers.
ers. dressers. For why should any man take par partial
tial partial satisfaction,' when for the one price
we will make you a suit that would cosl:
from $20 to $30 elsewhere.
WHEN YOU COME to our sore you
comewith the intention of ordering ex exactly
actly exactly what your body-arid tasl:e i.dtate
and approve! You pick the woolen you
want. We put you "down on paper"
dimension by dimension for our cut cutters
ters cutters to follow in cutting your suit, and
you?buy on a guarantee of ALL WOOL
and absolute satisfaction or NO SALE.
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OUR TRADE MARK IS EVERY MAN'S SAFEGUARD. If you buy one of our Suit
you will soon see, why so many bankers and business men and men in all walks of life bu
our clothes. Because they can get better satisfaction, and better wear and more for their
'money than any tailor known. Comprising the season's very latest patterns in weaves and
colors. All the latest English creations as well aa a great variety of staple and domestic
woolens. Call and let us show you what we caii give you for the one price of $15.
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Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the j
The state an4 county' tax books ; of-coun commissioners of Ma-j ;
will close accoiJincr to the laws ofi" county, ionaa, intend to apply j
Florida on the last day of March. j to the legislature of the state of Flor-f
Come as early as you possibly can ,dn. at its regular session in 19ir. for?
thus avoiding the big rush we always j k islaHon authorizing the!
have the last ,ten or fifteen days the j fc b k ;
tax books are open. Also be sure and j re-issue and validation of all outstand outstand-bring
bring outstand-bring or send a correct description offing county warrants issued by or un un-your
your un-your property when you wish either : der authority of the board of county
a memorandum of the amount or to commi3sioners of Marion count y,Flor-
pay your taxes, thus reducing the . .
possibility of an error to the mini-! lda Pnor to February 1st, 191o, or,
mum. If you write us dd not be im- j such of said warrants as the said leg- J
patient if our reply seems delayed. islature may see fit to authorize to be
e will answer as fast as we possi- re-issued and validated; and alstTpro-
bly can and as near as practical all ... , .
letters in the order in which, they I AUt B,U,W1
were received. Yours very truly, tnereon, ana ior maKing tne sam war-i
W. L. COLBERT, i rants payable at fixed periods.
! BoardxCounty Commissioners
; County, Florida.
The Management oi'DJ!. McCLAKE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving 01 the Institute
oflicesand. treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between : The
Murray Go., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Kquipped and uill be Iun
Strictly Vyon Mthical JAn
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:0 P. M. PHONE 333
Notice is hereby
Board of County
Marion county vi1!
bids ior tne m
checking system to
piven that the
Commissioners of f
hold a special
FOR THE ST03IACn AND LIVER
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I. N. Stur.rt, West Webster, N. Y.,
writes: MI have used Charaberkun s Tickets
s for disorders of the stomach
er off and on for the past five j
and it affords me pleasure to I
state tiiat I have found them to be
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Account of "Meeting of State Press Association
Sale MARCH ,23rd, 21th and. 23th.. Final limit MAKCII
sor and board oi county
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ers. m tne a;ses5menis aim euuaa- ; .e.,j -rru :u 1
cards, indexes and all necessary par- f- T .?. u-.:uu.
apherWia for the proper use of such i f I v them- h.?hlyv
Board of County Commissioners, M
3-wed-3t By W. D. Cam, Chairman, j nioKe LUDan i,iuD, be Ugrar. ;
RATES FROM OCALA.to MIAMI
VIA PALATOA and RETURN $10.S3
, VIA SANFORD and RETURN $10.43'
i"or tickets and information call on Atlantic C
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., J. G.
- Jacksonville, Fla.
; i.ne Ticket A
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