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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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A EVENING' STA;

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VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1915
NO. 90
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RUSSIAN INVASION OF HONGARY SEEMS
SUPERIOR RAILROAD FACILITIES ENABLE TEUTONIC ALLIES

Petrograd, April 14. The Germans
have effected another of their rapid
shifts, made possible by their super superior
ior superior railroad facilities. Dispatches
from Lemberg today indicate that the
Russian invasion of Hungary through
tho Carpathian mountains may have
been temporarily abandoned. The
Russian wedge moving, southwest and
south of Przemysl to the Carpathians
is now menaced on both flanks. Strong
German forces are advancing from
the Durajec river to strike the Rus Russian
sian Russian right.
IMMENSE LOSS INFLICTED
Berlin, April 14. It is officially es estimated
timated estimated that Russia has lost at least
half a million officers and men in the
Carpathian campaign. The latest re report
port report is that the Russian offensive has
been badly deranged. Uszok pass,
the key to Hungary, is still held by
the Austro-Germans. Every attack at
that point has been repulsed.
AUSTRIANS GUNS ACTIVE
Nish, April 14. The Austrians
have again bombarded Belgrade.
F. W. MYERS HAD
RELATIVES IN FLORIDA
Charred Remains of a Recluse Found
in His Home in Tennessee
Hollowbrook, Tenn., April 14.- The
charred remains of F. W. Myers, aged
48, a recluse, were found in the ruin
of his- burned home today. Four army
revolvers three shotguns and several
hundred dollars in silver were found
by the body. Myers left a large farm
and $5000 in the bank. It is claimed
that he had a sister in Virginia and
other relatives in Florida. He had
no connection in Tennessee.
SQUADRON IN THE NORTH SEA!
Flew No Flags but Believed to be
from the Fatherland
Christiana, April 14. Ships arriv arriving
ing arriving today report sighting ten war warships
ships warships in the North Sea yesterday.
The ships flew no flags but it is be believed
lieved believed they are German.
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
DEMONSTRATION''
ALL THIS WEEK ARMOUR'S
GRAPEJUICE WILL BE DEM DEMONSTRATED
ONSTRATED DEMONSTRATED AT OUR STORE.
DON'T FAIL TO COME, YOU
WILL MISS A TREAT IF YOU
ARE NOT THERE.
WE WILL GIVE YOU AR ARMOUR'S
MOUR'S ARMOUR'S GRAPE JUICE TO
DRINK ANY TIME OF THE
DAYUTJF.TOU WILL CALL
BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 3
AND 5 O'CLOCK IN THE AFT AFTERNOON,
ERNOON, AFTERNOON, WE WILL GIVE YOU
"GOOD THINGS TO EAT."
TELL Y'OUR FRIENDS, AND
COME EVERY AFTERNOON.
SOMETHING NEW EVERY
TIME.
O. K. Teapot
Grocery
PHONE 16.
(Phone 174 has been cut out)

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PROHIBITION BILL CAME TO A
VOTE BUT FAILED TO PASS
(Special to the Star)
Tallahassee, April 14, 3:04 p. m.
The Senate voted down the prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition bill today. The vote was 18
against and 13 for its passage. An
effort is being made for reconsidera reconsideration
tion reconsideration of the bill tomorrow. Rooney.
COUNTIES WOULD BE CRIPPLED
Both Marion and Levy Would b$ Sac Sacrificed
rificed Sacrificed to Bloxham
Bronson, Fla., April 10, 1915.
Marion County Board of Trade, Ocala.
Gentlemen: At an enthusiastic
meeting of representative citizens
from Bronson and other portions of
Levy county today, it was voted by
everybody present that everything
possible be done to prevent county
division and a committee was appoint appointed
ed appointed to circulate petitions-asking the
legislature to defeat any such move movement
ment movement should it arise, also we, as
chairman and secretary of the meet meeting,
ing, meeting, were requested to write you ask asking
ing asking for your help in the premises in
the way of petitions and letters to
your delegations in the state capital,
and also a personal delegation to go
there in case the necessity arises.
The lines of the new county take
off a portion of the best land now in
Marion county while it greatly crip cripples
ples cripples us also. There is a movement,
of course, to give us something from
Alachua and we are today writing the
Gainesville board of trade asking it
to do what it can in getting up peti petitions
tions petitions there and in different portions
of Alachua county.
Help us please, and write us in the
meantime. Yours very truly,
John R. Willis, Chairman.
J. C. Sale, Secretary.
BERLIN
Berlin, April 13. We have had reg regular
ular regular spring weather for the past sev several
eral several days and vegetation is growing in
leaps and bounds; the farmers are
working from early morning to dewy
eve.
Miss Faye Beck left last Tuesday
for Plant City to visit her sister and
brother, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Howell.
Miss Winnifred McCully returned
home last Saturday after spending a
month very pleasantly at the home of
her sister, Mrs. Newton Noble near
Morriston. She was accompanied
home by Mrs. Noble.
4 Misses Una and Louise Crumpton
are visiting friends and relatives in
Fairfield and Reddick this week.
The Fellowship school closed on
the 6th, owing to the absence of the
principal, Mr. R. W. Ervin.
Our efficient assistant teacher, Miss
Helen Thornton, after spending a few
days the guest of "friends, left on the
12th for her home at Burbank.
Misses Effie and Emma Rawls ac accompanied
companied accompanied by their brother Van Hood,
were the week-end guests of their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Luff man at Oak.
There was a picnic and fish fry at
Carter's Pond last Saturday, given in
honor of Miss Helen Thornton. Quite
a number were in attendance and all
had a jolly good time.
RewZ. A. Crumpton filled his reg regular
ular regular appointment at Pleasant Hill last
Sunday.
Quite a number of our citizens have
been laid up with the grippe. We are
glad to report them all better.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

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TO BE REPULSED
TO STRIKE THEIR ENEMIES
ALMOST E
SUPPLY OF DYE STUFFS, AND
PEOPLE WILL HAVE TO
WEAR COLORLESS
SUITS
Chicago, April .14. "Color is going
to be left out of all things everybody
in the United States wears," said
Benjamin Kobley, manager of the
Retail Clothers Company at the con convention
vention convention here today. "If the war lasts
a year, the dye supply will be ex exhausted.
hausted. exhausted. Most of the factories will
be out of dye stuffs before the end of
the summer."
RIVERS ALIVE WITH FISH
Connor, Fla., April 14, 1915.
The Oklawaha and Silver rivers are
alive with fish and .fishing is good.
A. A. G.
TURKISH GUNS
FOUND THE TARGETS
Struck Allies Vessels Cruising Off
the Straits
Constantinople, April 14 A cruiser
and torpedo boat destroyer attached
to the allies fleet were struck by shells
while bombarding the batteries west
end of the Dardanelles Tuesday.
TRANSPORT OFF FOR TAMPICO
A Battleship with Decks Cleared
Would be the Proper Thing
Galveston, April 14. The transport
Sumner sailed for Tampico today to
assist in bringing refugees out of
Mexico. Major Joseph Wheeler, the
son of "Fighting Joe," is in command
of the ship.
CONSUMPTION OF COTTON
Greater in March of this Year than of
Last
Washington, April 14. A govern government
ment government report made public today shows
that 523,959 bales of cotton were con consumed
sumed consumed during March against 493,354
for the same month last year.
ELKS INSTALL OFFICERS
At their meeting Tuesday night,
the Elks installed their officers for the
ensuing term. The officials are as
follows:
Exalted Ruler L. H. von JSngelken.
Leading Knight R. S. Rogers.
Lecturing Knight C. H. Lloyd.
Loyal Knight Ernest Colby.
Tiler Jules Cohen.
Secretary Nelson Geise.
Treasurer George J. Blitch.
FLYING A PEACE FLAG
Hen-Party Steamer Taking Bunch of
SufTs to Holland
New York, April 14. A huge peace
flag floated from a masthead of the
Holland-American Line --steamship
Noordam yesterday as the forty or
more delegates from America, headed
by Miss Jane Addams, went on board
to sail for Rotterdam to attend the
international women's conference at
The Hague. The flag was a snow
white pennant bearing the word
"Peace" in blue letters. It was given
by Mayor Michell of New York. "We
cannot guess what a foreign subma submarine
rine submarine will do at the sight of a new flag
to attack," said Miss Addams, "but
we are secure in our conviction to do
what we can for peace."
FOR SALE
One of the most desirable lots in
North Ocala. Will take as part pay payment
ment payment 1 horse and buggy. Animal
must be young and perfectly gentle
so that any lady can drive in perfect
safety. Apply W. H. McConn. Mon.
Wed. Thur. lm.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

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TALIAII SHIP CARRYING

SUNK III THE ADRIATIC

. Rome, April 14. The tension be between
tween between Austria and Italy was increas increased
ed increased today by the Milan dispatch stat stating
ing stating that an Italian ship, the Irene,
was sunk by an" Austrian destroyer
in the Adriatic while carrying a cargo
of food to the Montenegrins. An in investigation
vestigation investigation has bee nordered. The
crew was rescued.
A SINISTER ORDER
An order printed in the Military
Journal directs all army officers to
dull the metal on their uniforms and
the scabbards of their swords. This
is a measure usually adopted on the
eve of war.
LOCAL LEGISLATION
The regular semi-monthly meeting
of the city council was held at the
city hall last evening, with a full at attendance.
tendance. attendance. Mr. Wr. D. Carn, representing the
Ocala Fertilizer Co., asked that the
assessment on its property for 1914
taxes be reduced from a valuation of
$3000 to 1000. Referred to finance
committee with power to act.
Tax reductions asked for by Messrs.
Peter I ngram and II. A. Duebel on
real estate in the first ward, referred
to finance committee.
Mr. R. L. Carter asked that the
council order a large tree in front of
his property on South Lime street re
moved. Referred to street committee.
Communication from the Woodmar
Sand and Stone Co. regarding pay
ment of eertain accounts, etc., was
read and filed.
Balance on bills which had former
ly been approved forthe construction
of sidewalks by Woodmar Sand &
Stone Co. was ordered paid.
Bills amounting to $1680 for con
struction of sidewalks on Tuscawilla
and Herbert streets were presented.
The clerk was instructed to issue
paving certificates against the prop properties
erties properties involved unless payment is ar arranged.
ranged. arranged. As the city is not at present in
condition to take up payment of side sidewalks
walks sidewalks ordered, the street committee
was instructed to confer with the of officers
ficers officers of the Woodmar Co., asking
them to defer further work on same at
this time.
The finance committee was in instructed
structed instructed to negotiate for the sale of
sidewalk certificates.
The finance committee made a
lengthy report, recommending an out outline
line outline of work for the coming year. This
report was in part adopted, while
other portions were left until a future
meeting. Some of the recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations were referred to the city attor attorney
ney attorney for an opinion before final pas passage.
sage. passage. The portion of the recommen recommendations
dations recommendations referring to the city buildings
was referred to the building commit committee,
tee, committee, with instructions to report later.
The city attorney presented several
bills which he had prepared for pas passage
sage passage at the present session of the leg legislature.
islature. legislature. It was suggested that some
one be sent to Tallahassee to look
after this legislation in the interest of
the city, which was agreed to by the
council.
The street committee reported that
the streets in the first ward near the
Jenkins property had been opened.
The claim of Rev. F. R. Bridges for
damages in removing a tree from the
street adjoining Methodist property
on Daugherty street was not allowed.
The street committee's report rec recommending
ommending recommending that corrugated iron cul culverts
verts culverts be placed at the conjunction of
May and Watula and May and Wy Wy-omina
omina Wy-omina streets, was accepted. The
committee was instructed to accept
the terms upon which it had been
suggested that the stone wall around
the Davis property is to be moved in
order to straighten East Adams street
at the corner of Watula.
Upon recommendation of the city
engineer an alley was ordered opened
in Oak Park addition east of the Sav Savage
age Savage property.
The fire committee was authorized
to contract with the lowest bidder for
certain changes to be made in the fire
station.
Chairman Gerig of the fire commit committee
tee committee reported that the fire chief had
made requisition for new uniforms
for firemen. Referred to fire commit committee
tee committee for recommendation.
Contracts for the construction of
sewerage system and work on the
light and water plant were submitted
and accepted.
Council then formed itself into an

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equalization board for the equaliza equalization
tion equalization of assessments, and adjourned
until 7:30 this evening. It will con continue
tinue continue in session from time to time
until the assessments have all been
adjusted.
OFFICIAL INQUIRY
BEING MADE REGARDING EX EXPRESSIONS
PRESSIONS EXPRESSIONS OF BERNSTORFF
Washington, April 14. President
Wilson today personally directed the
preparation of a reply to the note of
the German ambassador, attacking
the neutrality of the United States.
It is understood the reply will vigor
ously uphold the actions of the ad administration.
ministration. administration. An official inquiry is under way to
determine whether the note emanated
from the German government or
from Count Von Bernstorff person personally.
ally. personally. BOARD OF TRADE
MEETING DEFERRED
On account of the finance commit committee
tee committee not being ready to report, there
will be no meeting of the Board of
Trade tonight. As soon as the com committee
mittee committee is ready to report there will
be a meeting called.
R. F. Rogers, President.
UNIVERSITY MINSTRELS
AT THE TEMPLE THEATER
The University of Florida Minstrels,
an organization representing our
state university, is billed to appear at
the Temple theater tomorrow night.
This show has already made an ex extended
tended extended tour of the southern part of
the state and from all that can be
gathered their appearance has every everywhere
where everywhere been attended with the great greatest
est greatest success. To quote from the Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Times:
"The show given by the college boys
was most pleasing in every respect,
and wras a pleasant surprise to all.
None of the lax construction usually
attendant to all amateur productions
was noticed in their performance. The
show equalled if not surpassed many
professional organizations of its kind
now on the road."
The St. Petersburg Independent:
"The minstrel proved to be the best
amateur attraction of the season and
better than some of the professional
showTs of the same type that have
visited the Sunshine City. The sing singing
ing singing by the college boys, especially
that by the male quartet, was excel excellent.
lent. excellent. The end men actually got
laughs on several jokes, which is good
work for any minstrel man. The ex exhibition
hibition exhibition of tumbling by the gym team
was well received, and Colonel Rocks,
the contortionist, would be hard to
improve on."
From this it will be seen that the
people of Ocala have a rare treat in
store for them tomorrow night. A
real minstrel show will be seen in
our city, and everyone with red blood
in their views, those who can appre appreciate
ciate appreciate a good hearty laugh, should not
miss the opportunity to see their per performance.
formance. performance. Thursday might well be called Uni University
versity University or Florida Day, for in the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon the University ball team will
cross bats with the local aggregation,!
in what promises to be one of the
fastest games seen here in years. The
minstrel parade, the forerunner of
what is to follow in the evening, will
be seen at the ball park. Follow the
music and enjoy the day. Let every everyone
one everyone turn out to both attractions and
show the University boys that we
have a real live city, able to appre appreciate
ciate appreciate a good college entertainment.
The University Ministrel and the
ball team have combined to give
Ocala a real live time. The Universi University
ty University Band will be beard at the ball
park and the minstrel men will pa parade
rade parade out to the park at the begin beginning
ning beginning of the game. In return for this
the two ball teams will occupy box boxes
es boxes at the performance at the Temple
Theater that night.
Remember the time, Thursday. Tem Temple
ple Temple Theater, 8:30 p. m. Tickets now
on sale at Court Pharmacy. Prices,
50c, 75c and $1. Reserve your seat
early as they are going fast.

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EVERYTHING GOING WELL FOR GER1I1, BOTH 111 WEST
AND EAST

Berlin, April 14. Over, a third of;
Britain's grain importations is cut off
by the German submarine blockade,!
Britain is the worst sufferer from'
the "bread war."
GERMANS HOLD THEIR GROUND
The French are maintaining their ;
efforts to shatter the German salient!
at St. Mihiel and approach Metz. The j
French gained a temporary advantage I
in Marcheville Tuesday, but were I
driven out by a counter attack. Three
attacks in the Ailly forest were re-!
pulsed by the Germans. Fighting
continues between the Meuse and
Moiselle.
In the east the situation is un
changed.
OF NO AVAIL
WAS ZEPPELIN BOMBARDMENT
OF BRITISH AMMUNITION
STATIONS
Paris, April 14. Zeppelin airships
bombarded Bailleui, near the Flanders
border, trying to destroy the British
ammunition station. Three civilians
were killed but there was no military
damage. .Comparative calm prevail prevailed
ed prevailed along the front yesterday-
'FRIVOLOUS FRANCE'
A Great. Nation, Misunderstood, Arises
in Its Might Against Invasion
Gueret, France, April 14. "Ger "Germany,
many, "Germany, ignorant of the soul of France,
now is being punished for her mis mistake,"
take," mistake," was the declaration made by
Premier Viviani at the opening yes yesterday
terday yesterday of the department council of
Breuse. "She thought to -find," he
continued, "a divided, frivolous na na-tion
tion na-tion but she met an iron wall against
whose heroic resistance the flower of
her army was broken. Then behold,
the iron wall moved, supple and un unbreakable,
breakable, unbreakable, toward the western front
crushing little by little the army
whose chiefs were not prepared for
so. long and bitter a struggle.
"The French nation, misunderstood
and dispised, has arisen ready to pile
sacrifice on sacrifice with millions in
army preparing for Germany's chas chastisement.
tisement. chastisement. We are certain of victory
the victory of justice. We want Eu Europe
rope Europe free Belgium liberated, our lost
provinces restored, Prussian militar militarism
ism militarism crushed, since the peace of the
world is irreconcilable with its san sanguinary
guinary sanguinary whims. We shall accom accomplish
plish accomplish this task with our allies. We
shall write not only in the history of
France, but in the annals of human humanity
ity humanity a page which our sons will read
with emotion and pride."
PRESSING FORWARD
INTO PERSIA
Turkish Invaders Advancing Toward
Teheran
Teheran, April 14. Turks invading
Persia occupied Kaskishirin and are
advancing on Kirmanshah. Small de detachments
tachments detachments of Persians were driven
back.
SUICIDE AT KISSIMMEE
Kissimmee, April 13. Abe John Johnston,
ston, Johnston, age eighteen, committed suicide
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. N. Johnston, here, last night, it
is alleged, by taking a doze of strych strychnine.
nine. strychnine. No cause Is assigned for his
rash act.
Besides his parents young Johnston
is survived by four sisters and four
brothers, among the latter being At Attorney
torney Attorney Pat Johnson and Assistant
County Clerk James Johnston. The
Johnston family is prominent here.
A CURE FOR SOUR STOMACH
Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, of Battle
Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been
troubled with indigestion, sour stom stomach
ach stomach and bad breath. After taking two
bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets I am
well. These tablets are splendid none
better." For sale by all dealers. Adv.

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HUERTA FOUND IBERIA TOO
HOT TO HOLD HIM
Washington, April 14. The real
reason why General VictorianoJHuer VictorianoJHuer-ta
ta VictorianoJHuer-ta left Spain for the United States
was revealed today. The publication
of the list of crimes against Span Spaniards
iards Spaniards during the Huerta regime in
Mexico was printed in Spain. Huerta
was practically expelled. Mob vio violence
lence violence threatened and Huerta fled to
the United States seeking refuge.
ELECTRA
Electra, April 13. Mr. J. H. Hal Hal-ford
ford Hal-ford left last week for Lake City to
visit his sister, Mrs. G. A. Douglass.
Messrs. R. D. Haiford and T. J.
Sellers of Stuart, on the east coast, is
up for the summer months.
Mrs. Ella Sellers? and Mrs. G. A.
Sellers spent Sunday afternoon with
Mrs. R. A. Haiford.
Mrs. J. R. Durance and children
have been -visiting friends and rela relatives
tives relatives here.
Miss M. Z. Haiford spent Saturday
night with Misses Annie and Fannie
Marsh.
There was an excursion to Silver
Springs Sunday in the Francis Annie
with Mr. L. D. Marsh as pilot ,and Mr;
Thomas Marsh, Jr., as engineer. The
trip was made with great success and
all had a pleasant day. Those com composing
posing composing the party were Mr. and Mrs.
F. G. Deming, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
McKi m and children, Alice Gooding
McKim and Mr. W. M. McKim Jrv Mr.
and Mrs. S. E. Couch of Clearwater,
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Cummings, Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Luckie and children.
Marguerite Luckie and Ella Mae
Luckie, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Compton
and children, Gladys Compton and
Clarice Compton, Mr. D. F. Stebble Stebble-ton,
ton, Stebble-ton, Miss Hilda Enlenfeld and Mr.
Julius Enlenfeld, their little brother
and sister, Carl Enlenfeld and Anna
Enlenfeld, Mr. G. A. Waters, Misse3
Mary McKim, Annie Marsh, Mae Hal Hal-ford,
ford, Hal-ford, Fannie Marsh. All had a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant time and give a splendid report
of the beautiful things seen during
the trip over the river and springs.
The farmers of this place are pre preparing
paring preparing to plant on the muck farm this
year.
Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Caldwell spent
last week at Salt Springs. They had
a pleasant week for an outing.
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask
for Triola Sweets. 22tf
NOTICE
Of Application to the Legislature cf
Florida for the Enactment of
Special or Local Legislation.
Notice 13 hereby given that applica application
tion application will be made to the legislature of
the state of Florida, at its next ses session
sion session in April, 1915, for the passage of
an act authorizing the city of Ocala
to purchase from other party or par parties,
ties, parties, electric current or power for the
use of the said city, either for light lighting
ing lighting or manufacturing purposes, and
to distribute and sell the current so
purchased for lighting and manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing purposes.
Also for the passage of an act au authorizing
thorizing authorizing and requiring the city coun council
cil council of Ocala to submit to the registered
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, shall 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. CAMP.
Smoke Cuban Clul, 5c Cigar.

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Its your patriotic duty as well as
your fun to see the ball game tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon.

It is reported that German am ammunition
munition ammunition is on the blink. If so, the
shells from their big guns may go on
being called "Jack Johnsons."
Mr. Terrell, senator from this, the
twentieth district, is a school teacher,
and plainly shows his calling in the
bills he has introduced into the Senate.

General Victoriano Huerta, ex ex-dictator
dictator ex-dictator of Mexico, arrived in New

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AVI A A A. V m-- mr
tempt was made to oppose his land
ing.

' Britain, France and Belgium are
said to have 4,000,000 men 9000 to
the mile on the western battle front.
When the "offensive" begins in earn earnest,
est, earnest, will Germany be able to resist the
tremendous pressure. -

holiday, and given it thinks reason
why it is a good thing for the individ individual
ual individual business men and clerks, as well
as the community. But the Star is
not going to agitate for a half holi holiday
day holiday this summer. The reason is, that

it has observed with regret that sev

eral business houses, after pledging j

themselves to close at 1 o'clock or 3,
have either partly or entirely kept
open." Such a move can't succeed un unless
less unless it is unanimous. We see no rea reason
son reason why it can't be unanimous. The
banks have their Thursday half half-...
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(Foreign) j holiday tne year rouna, aim ioe u

One year- in advance. .'. -1 8.00 business because they have an unan-
Six months, in advance 4.25 imous agreement and stick to it. The
Thm months, in advance.. 2.25 stores can do the same way if they

One month, in advance 80 will.- If they won't there is no use m

nine making an agreement u xne
tenth holds out, or renigs. Its no skin

ln of leaving only the off the Stars deck it never na a

v-i4.;u fio-fet thft Germans, raimer nau-noiiaay, excepu u

does not know what was offered to Thanksgiving and 4th of July, when
Alsace-1 the men work themselves half to

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Lorraine was offered to France. But death to get to press oy ono. ou

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BY GEORGE
RANDOLPH
CHESTER
AND
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XHESTE
(Continued from Last Week)

both Russia and France refused.

REDDICK HAS BEEN

GIVEN ITS RIGHTS

on this issue, the Star has no part to

play but that of a disinterested spectator.

The Star has just received from
Mr. Chas K. Sage, manager of the
vuovrs TTrinn Telecrranh office in

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UNWRITTEN LAW FOR

WOMEN ALSO

FOURTH EPISODE
Poor Little Runaway Bride!
CHAPTER I.

HANKS" M'GEE. carrying
one soiled newspaper for a
bluff and collecting money
for the newsboys' home as

another bluff, suddenly paused in his
absorbing sittempt to whistle through
a broken tooth as be saw coming up
the dingy side street toward the Hotel
Daniel a beautiful young girl. She

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In Tampa the other day, a woman

Ocala, the following communication : learned that her husband was neg- was turning to look backward over her

tj; Tho WoctPm Union lectins her for another woman, prob- shoulder at every few steps

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ably younger and better looking.

She went to the other woman, and

begged her to give her husband up.j

Th other woman refused, bo the I

wife shot her dead.

Th wife was arrested, but a cor-

Oh. gee! A man was following her!
And be was dodging along from flee
to tree and from doorway to doorway,
and every time h shw the girl look
back he ducked: The man had black
whiskers, whittled down to a fine point
just under his chin, ai.d he carried

took a long, deep breath and hurried

That little stunt in which Sampson
carried off the gates of Gaza would
not have attracted much notice in that

hombard-

VUWIi lucouajt t;
ed by the French cruiser, St. Louis.
One of the warship's shells would
have turned Sampson into hash and
the gates into kindling wood.
Sending the mayor of Terre Haute
to jail for six years for dishonest
practices in elections -may tend to
purify politics. We don't suppose
that many of our people realize it,
but a man can be hauled 'up in the

federal court for dishonesty in a
Florida city election, as well as an
Indianan, if. anybody has the evidence
and will give it to the proper officials.

While at sea, the Kronprinz Wil Wil-helm
helm Wil-helm sunk a Norwegian bark under
circumstances that the

Eitel Friederich sunk the William P.
Frye -the Norwegian vessel having a
cargo 'of grain for a British port. As
Norway isn't as big as America,
Germany may not be as willing to pay
' for the Norse vessel as she was for
the American.

The real reason why the Kronprinz
Wilhelm came into port is that the
. American government stopped the
German merchant steamer, Odenwald,
from sailing from Porto Rico, a few
days ago. The Odenwald was loaded
with supplies for the Kronprinz. She
had been refused permission to go to
sea, but was going anyhow, when the
port authorities stopped her.
Frederick Palmer, the American
war correspondent, says in. Collier's
that in October an attempt was made
by the Germans to detach the French
and Russians from the triple entiente,

office at Reddiek is now open and do doing
ing doing business. Sage.'
The Star has from the first de denounced
nounced denounced the injustice of denying such
an important town as Reddiek tele-
X. IlifJnf anrl enn trrfltulateS the

f I nnor's inrv cnid she was not eruiltv. himsplf with the ease which only a

Pefedtn TJZ"vl,ce in the She may be indicted, but it would be thorough scoundrel can acquire,
restored to their rightful place in tne M((;oe petrlfied then

world of intelligence.

vict ner.

a: n o AmpnVnn war cor- let in some mgniy civiiueu coun-

respondent, who has seen much of tries-England, for instance-she
the inside of. fighting Europe in the would be imprisoned for life; perhaps,
last eight months, at the beginning of put to death :

the conflict, Germany had the best me atar is gmu rtux.ua
A Rritin the best soldiers, civilized. It is glad that its men yet

The French army was not near as have enough red blood m their veins
good as the German, and the French to recognize the unwritten law, and it
soldiers' not so good as the British, hopes they always will. It hopes they
Both the French army and the French will, always be ready to avenge out out-soldiers
soldiers out-soldiers were much better than the raged womanhood, and realize there
Austrian, and the Austrians were are some things money cannot pay for
some better than the Russians. The and legal punishment cannot reach.

ar.n zh nnH Montenegrins were me ionowing irom wie xampa n.

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the best in the field in proportion to
their numbers. Individually, the Bel Belgians
gians Belgians were in the same class as the
French, but their army was not near
as good. Now, he says the British,

bune, in regard to the case, is true to

nature:

"There are all varieties of woman.
The wife sometimes fails in her duty.

When this haoDens. it is, nine times

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French and Belgians who have been out oi tenj tne iauit oi me aubuauu.

in service all winter are the best He has not been kindly or courteous
fmnn in the world, and the Germans or appreciative; he may not have been

-i i u.,4. uA oe ntA TVia I onenlv demonstrative of his affec-

are atuiusi uui uui h"1- at3 few..
Germans are better than the Rus- tion; he has not spoken the kindly
sians, and the Russians better than word that interpreted the loving
the Austrians. The untried British heart. He is a good husband but he
troons who have been training three fails because he does not show it.

4-v, -oHii oftftn linrHpn into 'Or there may be the fellow, base

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as good" as the best. As for the Turks, clod of earth, who is intrinsically

they are too mixed for any standard, cruel, iie esteems me woman vrou.

In some places, they are noble tight- nas given mm as a siave a..u
pts. in others, cowardly mobs, but vant. He thinks she is due him

nnlv the actual test of battle will tell obedience and love and trust as a mat-

,i,of nil ter of course. He remembers only

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her part ot the marriage ceremony.

Rube Allyn of the Sarasota Sun is She is a chattel, to do with as he will,
not happy over Attorney-General "In either case, the wife drifts
West's see-sawing, and remarks: away or boldly rebels. She finds other
"The appointment of Mr. Reaves men more attractive. Every argu-
would have been appreciated by all ment is in her favor. But in the case

this section, as he is unquestionably of the husband, he has one plea in a the desk

a man of rare ability, and Mr. West's thousand. The presumption is always
uncertain condition of mind rather in- with the woman. The man who is en en-dicates
dicates en-dicates that a new attorney-general ticed is usually willing to be enticed.
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is needed." A flashing eye, a seaucuve Doay, anu

he is gone. Use and habit grow bur-

It is nearing the time for the usual densome. He flies to a warmer em-
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move for a Thursday half holiday brace, a more satisiymg kiss.

during the summer months. The Star "And the woman? She has given

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has always contended for this half unto him all that she possessed, bhe

came to him in the freshness and

Gilbert Blye and Tommy.
up to the corner. He flattened his al already
ready already flat nose against the broad plate
glass window of the modest Hotel
Daniel.
The beautiful young girl concealed
all that she could of her timidity as
she walked through the door with what

she thought to be a strictly business-;

like "manner. Seven men who had
been morbidly eying their respective
cuspidors immediately straightened up
and looked their handsomest One of
them looked bold, and another, a deco decorative
rative decorative Freuchmau, 'looked debonair.
The beautiful girl strode straight up to

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A room with a oatn. piease, &ue

requested.
The clerk, an indifferently aged man.

tha rcister a moment while he

studied the new guest of the house.
"Any luggage, miss?"

rrho rHri disconcerted had recourse

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bloom of her maidenhood, laid it all

at his shrine. She has nothing left punera Director and

alter ner surreiiuei save xiex iuc auu

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men, sne nas cnosen mm. 11 ne ior ior-sake
sake ior-sake her, what has she to hope for ?
"When she finds the other woman
and when that woman not only ad

mits but boasts of her conquest, when
she tells the wife that she has suc

ceeded her, when she demonstrates
that she has a superior hold on the
man to the woman who married him,
what is to be done?

"No man with a heart in him, with

proper instincts, will censure Mrs.

p McLaughlin that she seized the raost
I opportune weapon. A trial of this

!With
E. C.Jordan & Co.
Furniture and
; Undertakers

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

219 WEST BROADWAY

opportune weapon.

case would be a farce.

Its every fact

Triply Pratctts(ol

First, the inner container of paper,
next the big yellow carton, and
then, the outer wrapping of waxed
paper, sealed air-tight and dust dust-proof.
proof. dust-proof. Superior protection for the
Superior Corn Flakes

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the courts. She was right and

there's an end to it."

Virginia Style
Smoked Hams
TMade in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)

These delightful flakes are made
of the finest white Indian Corn,
steam-cooked', daintily seasoned,
rolled and toasted crisp and golden-brown.
.
Post Toasties reach you fresh and
delicious, perfectly protected and
ready to eat. They are mighty
good with milk or cream, or with
any kind of fruit.
"Ttie Memory Lingers"
sold by Grocers everywhere

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I wife is concerned, let u

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At i Anere neea not anyuouy auppuc

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the secessionists propose to cut out of
on niintv in n-rrT" tr "fnTTn T?loTC-

ham, are by any means unanimous for Antflttinhllp ; flWriPTQ
i Ltv divf.ion Marion L. Pavne of HlllUIIIUUlIC UVICIO

i x- airncm, uiic ui uiucat ivx mui.

influential citizens of that section,

224c PER POUND. DELIVERED

Oeala Ice & Packing Co.

Phone 34

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me. li it neeas Dngn.em" up ij-

was in town today, and said he didn't AUTO PRESERVATION POLISH"

intend to be cut out of this county if d int bills Price $1.00.

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he could help it, and that many ot nis

neighbors were of the same way of

thinking.

A large shipment of Ncrris Candies
just received at the Court Pharmacy.

No-e better made. 19-tf

T. D. DILLON

?n.l v Main St. Phone 193

OCALA. FLORIDA

NOTHING SO GOOD

FOR A COUGH OR COLD

When you have a cold you want the
best medicine obtainable so as to get
rid of it with the least possible delay.
There are many who consider Cham

berlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed.
;Mrs. J. BoroflF, Elida, Ohio, says,
"Ever since my daughter Ruth was
cured of a severe cold and cough by

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy two
years ago, I have felt kindly disposed
toward the manufacturers of that
preparation. I know of nothing so
auick to relieve a coueh or cure a

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PHONE 503J
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Yonr Order will have
immediate Attention.

J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

to her only armor. Now sUe shyly cast
up at him her great, soft, expressive
eyes, nnd the clerk felt ashamed of
. himself, lie swung the register around
i to her.
; "My maid will be here presently with
j my clotbes." The voice was soft and
j sweet.
"Certainly. miss." And the clerk
whanged a bell which sounded like a
: fire gong. -Front!"
In response to that stentorian call a
" shock headed, loose limbed Irish boy
jumped forward and took the key tc

44. The clerk, without movies his body

or his neck or his head, craned ior-

ward his eyes to watch the signature,
Mrs. J. G. Day.
A moment later the black Vandyked
man strolled in. looked at the register
and walked into the bar. Then along
came Marie with a bundle of clothes.
The young woman went straight tc

the desk.
'Mrs. Day's maid?" the clerk ob observed,
served, observed, inspecting the clothing piece by
piece from under his eyelids and ring ringing
ing ringing for front and looking at the young
woman and the register all at the same
time. The young woman, quite evi evidently
dently evidently a maid, glanced swiftly at the
register.
"Mrs. Day's?" she repeated breath breathing
ing breathing heavily. "Y-yes!"
'She's expecting you." And the
clerk's eyelids flickered. "Room 44."
'Marie, tell June I want her!" cried
a voice.
'Sir," she said, -I do not know you"
"Yuyer" ScCL stammered; then
he grabbed the clothes from the maid's

arms. .uw uu n-uu uie iu uuc.
"Sir. how dare you?" Marie said and
turned appealiugly to the clerk.

"These are my wife's clothes!" de declared
clared declared the young man. "She's here. I
want her!'
"What's her uanie?" the clerk de
xnanded.
"Mrs. Ned Warner!"
"Not here."
"June Moore."
"Oh. io!!ii" off!" observed the clerk
"If 1 let you o through the director?
you may hit it Hive this girl hack hei
clothes. :ind good night!"

"This thin has- cone far enough 1

Marie!" hotly stated the young man.
At that moment Ins voice stopped.
Out of the l;ir had strolled elegantly
the pride of Shanks MctJee. the man

with the bla k Vandyke, and be was
neatly nl-bbiing a piece of cheese. He
was across the lobby and going out ol
the door, paying but a scant tribute of
curiosity to the knot in front of the
-desk, before the young man with the

clothes saw him. The young mani

nearly upset Marie on his way to the
door.
A porter stopjed him to get June's
clothes. Ned was then delayed at th
ticket window and. glancing across
the station, saw Blye going uptown

on an express.
June Warner locked the door of 4
from the inside and turned the bolt

and dropped into a chair to rest.
Suddenly a voice called. '-'It's Marie.
Miss Junie!" and a knock was beard.
June Warner opened the door of 44
in a hurry, and her eyes sparkled and
she clapped her hands as she saw Ma Marie
rie Marie with clothes sticking from her ifi
all directions.

"We're caught!" panted Marie. "Mr.
Ned grabbed me downstairs! He made
a cene!"
"Where is he now?" June sat down

limply.
"I don't know! All at once he threw
down the clothes and ran out ou the
street! I don't know why!"
Ned Warner, attended closely by the
ecstatic Shanks McGee, stood at the
subway exit in a state of -seethe beyond
computation. Again Gilbert Blye!

lldnoria Blye, exchanging spite with

a green parrot, was suddenly Interrupt Interrupted
ed Interrupted by a caller.
"Got him!" announced the caller,
who was none other than Bill Wolf.
Ilonoria Blye sprang up tostautiy.

"Get my wraps!" she yelled to the

abnormally ugly maid who had let Bill
Wolf in. "Mr. Wolf, you fooled me
onc. Arc; you sure you have found
Gilbert Blye?"
"If we ain't, so help me!" solemnly
swore Wolf.

Ilonoria Blye, with Bill Wolf by her

side, was soon speeding uowntown.m

her little electric coupe. In front of

Luchow's restaurant they found a fat.
wide man with a cigar in the corner

of his mouth and his narrow rinimed

slouch hat shoved on the back of his

round head and his eyes turned con contemplatively
templatively contemplatively toward the stars.

'Certain party in. Blinky ; husked

Wolf.

Blinkv Peters followed them Inside

the busy cafe, and as they walked back

toward the Thirteenth street entrance
a fat. wide man with his hands in hU

pockets came in at the rear door-

Sneaky Tavis.

"There's your party!" suddenly hiss-

ed Bill Wolf and pointea to a xaoie

where a dark Vandyked German with

spectacles was entertaining a healthy.

red cheeked young woman with a

green feather In her hat.

"You scum!" shrilled Ilonoria Blye

to her three expert detectives and went

home to her parrot

Ned Warner stepped Into the cigar

stcrt next door to the Hotel Daniel

ar.d telephoned June's home in Bryn

port. Mr. and Mrs. Moore were in the

city at Bobbie Blethering's, the smooth.

soft voico of fat. black old Aunt Deb-

bv told him.

Blethering's and the cheery voice of

Bcbble. Yes. the Moores were there

And June was located? Great! Stanch
Bobbie was all eagerness when Ned

said he wanted the Moores and Bobble

and Iris to come down to the Hote
Daniel.

He also telephoned Ilonoria Blye.

Her shrill voice crackled over the tele telephone.
phone. telephone. She bad just this minute got in

from a wild goose chase after a bogus

Gilbert Blve. but if he had been seen

at the Hotel Daniel with Ned's run

away bride she'd be right don. Ilo Ilonoria
noria Ilonoria called up her detectives and or

dered them to report at the Hote

DanieL

Meanwhile Gilbert Blye sat in con

vcrsation with jovial looking Orin Cun
ningham and a usuahy vivacious bra
nette whom both men called Tommy

Triumphantly Blye held before Tommy

the address in his little memorandum
book "Mrs. J. G. Day, Hotel Daniel.
He moJJoned .tn drl to 'follow him.

the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is pood. Marion county has about 1G0
deed records and 45 mortgage records and HO of miscelJanoeus rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record history of that title.

some searching and
that he has got it all.

checking before the abstract man know

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MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE" ABSTRACT MAN -HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.

florida title and abstract corporation

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GOOD BAKING PDWDSR AND GOOD
FLOUR GO II ANU IN HAND
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
JSee if it does not do all and More than is claimed
for it. "BEST BY TEST," both Flour and Baking
Powders.

One 10c Can of Calumet Baking Powder

with a 24 pound sack of Henry Clay Flour

CARN-THOMAS COMPANY.

ttt. Rev. Abbott Charles, I 'res.

liev. Father IK nediet. Director.

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Five Miles West of Dade City and One Mile East of San Antonio
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND CGBCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS

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8. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE

FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA

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Teams For Rent Liabt and Heavy Hauling
PHONE. 298

Packing and Storing j
Shipping of Freight,

Furniture, Piano
and Safe.
Baggage Service
the Best.

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"DIXIE FLYER. "DIXIE LIMITED", "SEMINOLE LIMITED,

ATLANTIC LIMITED," "MONTGOMERY ROUTE.
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STANDARD RAILROAD OF Till: SOUTH

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Pullmau cars Jacksomnue to imcago, iJi. Lour;, v.incinnat Louisviae,

Indianapolis, Cleveland and intermediate points.
DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
For tickets and information call on Atlantic C ine Ticket A? cnt, cf
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,

Jacksonville, Fla.

Tampa,

Fla.

Put Tour Ad. in the Sis.

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P. O. Box 475
Ocala, Fla.

A Friend
To have a friend is to have one of

W. C. T. U. PROGRAM

SEND YOUR BOY TO CAP1P iUCOSO
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j A friend may praise us and we are j
not embarrassed, he may rebuke us,

and we are not angered. It takes a
great soul to be a true friend a large,
catholic, steadfast and loving spirit, j
One must forgive much, forget much, j

forbear much. It costs to be a friend,

Under the Personal Direction of ROY 15. BOWERS and
II CASSELS, Assisted by Competent Helpers

TUTORING. MOTORING, CANOEING, FISDING, BASEBALL,

BASKETBALL AND SWIMMING
Only Boys Camp in Florida. For Pamphlet and Further
Information write
ROY B. BOWERS

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1 WINDSOR HOTEL AND PARK
Jacksonville, Florida

DISTINCTIVELY DELIGHTFUL
"COMFORT FIRST"
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLANS
A. F. WILSON, MGR. T. M. WILSON, PROP.

Friday Evening, 7:30 O'Clock, at the
j Baptist Church

Organ voluntary.
Scripture reading1, Phil. 4:8.
Prayer.
Piano solo Miss Mabel Aiken.
"A Voice from School, Church and
State" Mrs. Cassels, W. T.- Gary and

She sat glumly. Orin Cunningham
spoke to her sharply. With a flounce
she-rose and followed Gilbert Blye.

Miss Piatt

Entertained
MacKay

for Miss

or to have a friend; there is nothing H. C. Packham.
else in life, except motherhood that j Mixed quartet.
costs so much. Let us be true to our j Pvecitation, "What to Drink"
friends, and then believe that they i Frances Green of L. T. L.
are, and ever will be, true to us. Orchestra.
Anna Robertson. j Vocal solo Mr. Frank Gates.

Reading rMrs. F. R. Bridges.

I Tncfnimontol colortirm Mk? Tnr-

othy Lancaster.
PrnViihitiAri Snnc nf Good Fellow-

Miss Bessie MacKay, who is being j shi Wilf red HaroM.
so beautifully entertained prior to her j Mixed quartet.
marriage in May, was again the in- j Readin .xhe Drunkard's Wife"
spiration for another lovely party JMrs Frank Wetherbee.
when Miss Mary Piatt entertained in- j Vocal soloMrs John H Taylon
formally this afternoon about thirty; Orche-tra.

friends, in her honor. i
Violets and roses predominated in
the pretty decorations that made the
rooms a spring bower of fragrance j

Announcements.
Social hour.
Everyone cordially invited. Ushers
from the various churches will seat

you comfortably and the ladies of the
W. C. T. U. will welcome you most

and beauty. An interesting spring
guessing contest was the pleasant di-

version for the afternoon. Each ques-. cordiallv No colIect;on.
tion was answered with the name of

a flower and the prize awarded the

successful gpest was the "Duchess Of
Devonshire," a noted picture by
Gainsborough. Miss MacKay was
presented an exquisitely embroidered
guest towel.
Assisting Miss Piatt were Mrs. J.
H. Hill, Mrs. J. J. Gerig and Mrs. Fred
Robinson. At 5 o'clock the hostess
and her two lovely nieces, Misses Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth and, Meme Davis, served straw strawberry
berry strawberry ice, cake and coffee, the enjoy enjoyment
ment enjoyment of which concluded the very de delightful
lightful delightful afternoon.

PHI LATHE A CLASS
ELECTS OFFICERS

ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF

OCALA

Ocala, Florida
Restaurant with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the Hou&e
FX.ECT1UO ELEVATOR SERVICE PHONES IN ALL ROOMS
LOUIS M. ILONG,
MANAGER
The only Hotel on the Square

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also a number of tempting recipes for
preparing the family menu.

The chapter will sell the books at

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The Philathea class of the First
Baptist church held its semi-annual
election in its class room Sunday
morning and the following officers
were elected: President, Mrs. E. P.
Martin; vice president, Mary Louise
Booe; treasurer, Miss Annie Need Need-ham;
ham; Need-ham; recording secretary, Irma Bri Bri-gance;
gance; Bri-gance; corresponding secretary, Jew Jewell
ell Jewell Carroll: press reporter. Garnet

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Cook i The retiring officers are: President,
j Minnie Lee Carlisle; vice president,

J Mrs. W. H. Marsh; treasure-, Mrs. R.

L. Carter; recording secretary, Susie

Chapter Will

Books

Dickison chapter, U. D. C, has re

faixrarl Kftft rnris nf "Mllflrlv's Own

Book," a manual of 300 practical, JJorris; corresponding secretary, Lula
tested recipes for home baking andiHo: ; T
cooking. The cook book contains ai This class is composed of forty-five

number of- suseestions for house- "V"1"'

geLiier wuit

the national Philathea

motto, "Young women at work for
young women, all standing by the
Bible and the Bible school." However,
the work of this class is not restrict restricted
ed restricted by the motto, for it extends in
many lines, among them being missions;-
State Baptist Orphanage and

. ni-A- a r.,i tt local cnarity. liesiaes tne mvaiuaoie

Weiberg obtaining them several weeks deeds of ss done by these young
ago. The books are a gift to the j omen' th.ey havfu V"
, . i, i the past six months S40.8o and have
chapter for giving permission to thei T
. ., , on hand $51.28.
company issuing "Milady's Own i TT v
t,, a Under the capable leadership of
Book to use its name in securing the . w .
advertisements i their teacher Mrs- w- A- Gom and
The book is attractively bound, the he nv. ficers the outlook for a
front cover being adorned with two term of active service is very bright.

Confederate flags crossed. It will be
a most suitable, inexpensive and ser serviceable
viceable serviceable gift for a birthday remem remembrance,
brance, remembrance, souvenir or club prize.

LAKE WEIR YACHT CLUB

Miss Rena Smith will leave the last
of the month for Memphis, Tenn., for
a several weeks visit to relatives.

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Slate, Counly and Cily Depository.

Tlie Managemenl ol DR. McCLANE
Medical Surgical, Hydropathic

and Electric Insliiule

Announces the moving 01 the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building op Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxlers stands.
Larger Quart ers, 3Iore Fully Equipped and will be Ron
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines

HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P.M.

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It is light enonh to t! 1 a watch; heary enough to oil a lawn seower. On a soft cJoti. It
becomes an ideal fyruitun fioUsIxr Hakes a yard of cheese cloth tie best aad cheapest
Dost less Dusting Cfoik.
And 3-ia-One absolute prevcats rust or tarnish oa all xnet&l surfaces, indoors and out,
la ny climate.
Freo 3'ln-OtMm Write fwajr foreesenmsrMsampIeand the Dictionary of uses to
yotu 3naOne is sold ererywhere in 3-siz bottles: 1C c ( 1 ojO, 25c U oaj. 50c (S ox, H Pint for

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Eastlake, Fla., April 12, 1915.
The Saturday night dances at the
club house will be continued until fur further
ther further notice. It has been decided to
meet at the club house every Saturday
at 6 o'clock for a picnic supper fol-

Miss Frances Starr of Abbeville, S. lod pricing and cards.
C, will arrive next week to visit Miss Thursday afternoon teas will
r: nr v v, also be continued until further notice.

riage to Mr. W. D. Taylor on May 4.
Miss MacKay and Miss Starr were

college mates at Washington Semi Seminary,
nary, Seminary, Atlanta;

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The young ladies auction club will

meet with Miss Minnie Stovall Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon.

David S. Woodrow,
Secretary-Treasurer.

GET TOGETHER SOCIAL

Mr. and Mrs. I. G. Singleton and

daughter Louise, and Mr. and Mrs.

Butler of Inverness, were visitors

yesterday, motoring up in the for-i

mer's car.

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The 16th of April is the date that

jhas been set and advertised for the
I W. C. T. U. social to be given at the
Baptist church, beginning at 7:30
o'clock, promptly. A choice program

is being arranged, which will be fol followed
lowed followed by a social hour. Each mem member
ber member of the W. C. T. U. is asked to

(consider herself a committee of one

to advertise this event and do all in

Mrs. R. S. McCormick and little

daughter, who have been guests of
Mrs. S. W. Igou since Monday, left

I her power to make it an enjoyable
; success. There will be no charges,
jno collection. All citizens cordially
i iriviforl Tnlloi nnrficnlare 1 o for

today for their new home at Mount ...
,. -r , Watch for them. Committee.

oternng, jvy., accompanied Dy air. ;
McCormick, who came up this morn- ;
ing from Leesburg. j The most satisfying box of candy,
, I Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
Mrs. Edward Badger is planning to Pieces Sold in Ocala at Gerig's
leave next week for Tampa to visit I Stores onIy- 22tf'
her daughter, Mrs. S. G. Moyers. Shej

goes especially to see "Two Sen-
tences," Mrs. Moyers latest motion;
picture play, which .will be shown inj
that city the latter part of ? the
month.

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Virginia Style
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Smoked Hams

(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)

Mrs. J. M. Gross and nephew, Mas-1
ter Alfred Blakely, have joined Dr. j
Gross in Clearwater, where he is as-

sisting with a revival now being held 1 22C PER POUND, DELIVERED
in the Methodist church.

i Ocala Ice & Packing Co

Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss returned yes

terday from a few weeks visit to her
sisters in Macon and mother at Davis-!
boro, Ga.

Phone 34

Mclver & MacKay
Funeral Directors

The marriage bill, home for epilep-!
tic bill and mother's pension bill,

tnree measures wmcn tne women's
clubs throughout the state are deeply j UNDERTAKERS and EUDAL'iIERS
interested in, have been introduced in' j t a.
the House. Qub members are eager-1 "He CaSKCIS and Banal HCDeS.
ly awaiting their disposition by the!D- K McIVER and C y, ROBERTS
legislature. n;,,

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The young son of Dr. and Mrs. All Work Done by Licensed Embal-

Sylvan McElroy of Orlando, who was;
so ill Saturday, is slowly improving,
which will be welcome news to Mrs. i
McElroy's Ocala friends. I

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PHONES
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CHAPTER II.
ED WARNER, standing diago diagonally
nally diagonally across from the Hotel
Daniel, where be could watch

both the front and the side en- j

trances, saw three short, thick men
come single file up the side street and
rtoD in front of the main entrance,
frnanss .aicree naa ieit strangely list listless
less listless and forlorn these past few min minutes,
utes, minutes, for there was nothing inside or
out- Suddenly the. three short, thick
detectives rounded the corner, and,
gee, they were slinking! The world
was once more a bright and happy
place for Shanks.
"Say, kid." husked the shortest and
the thickest it was none other than
Bill Wolf "have you lamped a lengthy
gink around here with whittled black
chinchillas V
That observant young person of the
world began at the beginning, but he
was so minute of detail that he had
not yet reached the middle when Bill
Wolf, looking through the plate glass
windows of the Hotel Daniel, said
"Sh!" and drew his two assistant de detectives
tectives detectives out of the range of poor
Shanks McGee's quivering ears, and
the three astute hounds of the law put
their heads together in excited confer conference.
ence. conference. Then Bill Wolf, In his best pose
of a man who was waiting for some somebody
body somebody and didn't expect him to come,
went into the hotel.
The Moore limousine drew up, and
Ned went over to join the quartet. He
led the way to the desk and confronted
the unemotional eye of the clerk.
"This lsthe father and mother of the
young woman whose maid called here
with her clothing. We do not know
what name "she used in registering, but
I know that my wife is in this bouse,
and if we don't get her I'll raise trou trouble!"
ble!" trouble!" "I'll produce the woman at once." the
clerk agreed. "But if there's going to
be a rumpus it'll have to be on the
sidewalk and oa the other side of the
street."
lie called for 44. He called again.
There was no answer. The room was
searched.
It was empty!
Sammy, the boy with the angelic
emlle and the blue eyes and tho white
teeth, was the finest liar in the hotel.
He had had a quarter and one of her
compelling smiles from June and a
glance from her lovely eyes, and he
had run them down through the base basement
ment basement and out the rear servants en entrance
trance entrance and had told tbem a place to
go where no one would ever find them.

Gone! The six shocked searchers for
the runaway bride hurried downstairs
just as Honoria Blye stepped in, fol followed
lowed followed by Iilinky Teters and Sneaky
Tar is.
"Where is he?" screeched Mrs. Blye.
Bill Wolf advanced to do his happy
duty.
"There he U, lady!" he shouted tri triumphantly,
umphantly, triumphantly, while Blinky Peters and
Sneaky Tavis slunk up, one on each
side of the culprit. "Nab him, boys!"
"Moa Dieu!" cried the culprit as the
four fat paws of Blinky Peters and
Sneaky Tavis clapped down on his
arms. The rest of the objection was
an incomprehensible polyglot jumble
as, shrieking his indignation, the black
bearded Frenchman strove to wrench
himself free.
"Is that the man you mean?" hissed
Honoria.
"That ain't the guy!" yelled Shanks
McGee. who was willing to be kicked
out now. "Gilbert Blye slinked In here
after the beautiful' goil and ducked
Into the subway when dls sport gives
him the run! Gee!"
"This is the limit!" declared the clerk
to one and all as strong porters and
agile bell hops headed bis way. "Get
'em Out. Mike!"

Quite a little crowd had collected
when suddenly a policeman appeared

from around a corner and dispersed

the mob. Including Honoria.

That vigorous lady had barely turned
the corner, heading for the avenue,
when a brilliantly lighted, luxurious
limousine stopped in front of the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Daniel. Shanks McGee's eyes be began
gan began to stretch as he saw the occupants,
and he whirled in a complete circle in
his efforts to locate without the loss of
a second Bill Wolf and Blinky Peters
and Sneaky Tavis. They were trudg trudging
ing trudging up the street in single file, heads
down, hands in pockets. Even Blinky
Peters had lost Interest In the stars.
The smacking footsteps of Shanks Mc-
GtA aroused thpm
"GeeJ" exploded Shanks. "Cripes!
Gilbert Blye has doubled back wit an another
other another swell Jane! Beat it to the Dan Daniel!
iel! Daniel! And one of youse-hotfoot it after
the electric showcase and get the old
woman! Gee!"
Wolf turned a commanding eye on
Tavis.
"Hit er up!" he ordered.
Sneaky drew a long, jerking breath
and milled his belt around him. cast a
despairing iook up tne siae street to
where the little electric was twinkling,
took the center of the car track and
began laboriously to "hit 'er up."
In the meantime Gilbert Blye and
Tommy Thomas had walked confident confidently
ly confidently up to the desk. The clerk without
the flicker of an eyelid bent forward
politely.
"Is Mrs, J. G. Day stopping here?"
inquired Blye with great suavity.
"No; the lady is gone."
"Gone?" protested Blye and leaned
forward to look over the register.
"Why. she came in only about an hour
or so ago. She is"
"Now, don't tell me who she is. I
don't know whose wife the lady may
be. and I don't want to know. She's
crone T"
(Continued Tomorrow)

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Our brushes will 'hold their bristles" they
will hold for us your trade.
Look at your old hair brushes, tooth brushes,
nail brushes, brushes of all kinds and see if you
don't need NEW ones.
. Then come to us for the new brushesyou need
and all of your Drug Store things.
4nti-Monopoly Brag i?c-
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Fine Steamers Low Fares Deo

DIRECT ROUTE
JACKSONVILLE TO BALTIMORE
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Baltimore $20.00
Washington 20.00
Philadelphia 22.40
New York 24.40

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Boston ...527.C3
Buffalo 27X3
Pittsburg 2ZZZ

Chicago 2S.15

Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on steamer. Sailings for
Baltimore, Wednesday and Saturday, for Philadelphia Thursday and Sua
day. For tickets and other informal ion, call on or address
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANSPORTATION CO."
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Why suffer from rheumatism when
relief may be had at so small a cost?
Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., writes.
"I have been subject to attacks of
rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's
Liniment always relieves me imme immediately,
diately, immediately, and I take pleasure in recom recommending
mending recommending it to others." 25 and 50 cent
bottles. P'or sale by all dealers. Adv.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

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llany a rheumatic sufferer has been to
the drufr store for a bottle of s. S. S. and
been handed something claimed to be
"Just as good."" Truly, to ask for bread
and be given a stone is still in practice.
If you are troubled with rheumatism in
any form be sure to use S. S. S. and note
its wonderful influence-
S. S. S. has the peculiar action of soak soaking
ing soaking through the intestines directly into
Ihe blood. In five minutes its influence la
at work in every artery, vein and tiny
capillary. Every membrane, every organ
of the body, every emunctory becomes In
effect a filter to fctrain the blood of im impurities.
purities. impurities. The stimulating properties of S.
S. S. compel the skin, liver, bowels, kid kidneys,
neys, kidneys, bladder to all work to the one er.d
of casting out every Irritating, every pain pain-inflicting
inflicting pain-inflicting atom of poison; it dislodge by
Irrigation all accumulations in the joint.,
causes acid accretions to Uisolve, readers

them neutral and scatters those Jiculli2"
formations in the nerve centers k&t
cause such mystifying and often bSlS3
rheumatic pains.
And best of all this remarkable rensti?
is welcome to the weakest stomach. If
you have drugged yourself until yes?
stomach Is nearly paralyzed, you wUi te
astonished to find that H. S. 8. glvts E
ssnsation but goes right to work. Tfcia
because it is a pure vegetable inftisioa m
taken naturally Into your blood jutt &9
pure air I-t inhaled naturally late yscr
lungs.
Get a bottle of S. B. S. today, and
for S. S. S.
You may depend eper? ft tkat the itar
t!.at sells you what you ask for Is a soe

Specific Co., 204 Swift Bldg.. Atla&U,
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protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes wLkh re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of our. Let C3
have your custom we deserve it.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1915

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OG ALA OCCURENCES

For Velvet Ice Cream Phone 525. tf
Don't forget the ball game tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow.
C; Smoke Cuban Club. 5c Cigar.
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'Norris Box Candies at the Court
Pharmacy are the best made. 19-tf.
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Sons of Confederate Veterans meet
Friday evening.
"J. Just say "bock" at Johnny's. lYeyll
know what vou mean. tf
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If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
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W. K. Lane, M. D., Tnysldan and
Burgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Noe
fmd Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla,
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Mr. Louis W. Duval went to Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee today, to aid in the fight
l against countydivision.
Have your choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" or Pabst's Blue Ribbon on
. draft, at Johnny's. 6-tf
Mr. Adolph Dame is walking on a
game foot, the result of stepping too
suddenly on an anvil at Tucker's
garage the other day.
First of the season Pabst excellent
. "bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
Every sport, and every business
man whether a Sport or not, should
1 buy a season baseball ticket, and help
' out the home team.

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
jjtrom our own farm daily. Open night
' f and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf

Mr. Jos. W. Dodge, the veteran dec-
v.m4ai. Vtnn net (MAct O tf ct ?Q 11 V r0.
I VlabUif uas JU9V uivgv w hohvmj
I newed the interior of the Ocala House
t.
! barbershop.
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f Mr. Tf H. Bagnall, who has been
spending the last few months at Tan Tan-f
f Tan-f gerine, has returned to his home at
'fLynne.
' ,Mr. John Pasteur of Lake Weir,
who was in town yesterday, says he
is renewing Ms boyhood picking
huckleberries at Grahamville.
Dr. L. H. von Engelken is driving
a brand new Ford, which he purchas purchased
ed purchased from Mr. Ed Tucker yesterday.
Mr. M. T. Webster, of Westerly, R.
I., a winter resident of Lake Weir,
was in town yesterday.
Judge D. S. Williams has returned
f i;pm, a pleasant visit to Port Inglis.
Vhile at the port, he -had a trip on
Captain. Iriglis'; fast, new yacht, '. the
Tuna' III., and pronounces it a superb
little craft.
The members of the ball team are
practicing strenuously for the ball
game tomorrow. The University team
has a great rep., but our boys intend
to stay with it.
Rev. A. L. Prisoc of Reddick is
.among the upper end Marion county
.citizens attending to business mat matters
ters matters in Ocala today.
Mr. J. H. Dunn, veterinary surgeon,
went. to Raiford on professional busi busi-'tiess
'tiess busi-'tiess this afternoon.
Dofcro Bsby AsrivGS
'yi-. tinting several weeks of expectancy
7 there la a splendid external embrocation,
in our "Mother's
Friend" in which
thousands of women
have the most un unbounded
bounded unbounded confidence.
They have used it
and know. They tell
of its wonderful in influence
fluence influence to ease the
abdominal muscles
and how they avoid avoided
ed avoided those dreaded
stretching pains that are so much talked
about This safe external application is
gently used over the skin to render it
amenable to the natural stretching: which
it undergoes. The myriad of nerve
threads just beneath the skin is thus
relieved of unnecessary pain-producing
causes and great physical relief is the
result as expressed by a host of happy
mothers who write from experience.
It is a subject that all women should
be familiar with as "Mother's Friend"
has been in use many years, and Is recom recommended
mended recommended by grandmothers who in their ear earlier
lier earlier days learned to rely upon this splendid
aid to women.
.You can obtain "Mother's Friend" at
.almost any drug store. Get a bottle
to-day and then write for our little book
so useful to expectant mothers.
. Address Brad field Regulator Co., 311
lAmar Bids., Atlanta, Ga
1L.;; ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BLILDER
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. Careful Estimate? Made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than v Any Other
Contractor in the City.

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WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min. R. F.
April 1
April 2
Anril 3
66
61
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62
72
75
78
80
82
47
49
44
37
36
43
53
53
54
53
55
62
58
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I April 4
April 5
April 6
April 7
April 8
April 9
April 10 81
April 11 ...... .."....82
April 12 80
April 13 83
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Local Forecast
Generally fair tonight and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday except probably showers on
southeast coast.
a f; f fcA OAA Follows
Tuesday night, Messrs. R. E. Koonce
nnA "E t Rnron w instructed in I
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tne lessons oi me seconu ucgicc. uum
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shut.
In digging up parts of the court court-VtstrisA
VtstrisA court-VtstrisA lawn, in order to renlant it with
St Augustine trrass. the men have
Tinmhpr of white.
f whioh hv nttra.t a
RUUU iWVV,
great deal of attention from passers
bv. The tuft of the roots is an ordi-
narv looking nlant which has been
riTiaiprpH nss n weed, but the root not
r,w cnoH h,,t tRtPs tmoH. An-
;v, k
bnv. aton it reedilv. and the hum- I
ans who have taken bites at it find it
agreeable. Dr. Charlie Tydings says
it is asparagus. If he is correct, it is
o V?o. rwicciVnlitv fft-r it. i Vi ri vi n cf im.
mensely uncultivated, and crowded
with other growth, in the courthouse
square. The Star has sent samples of
it to the experiment station at Gaines
ville and will soon be able to tell all
about it.
Mr ArrVii f!nt.Viill nnp nf Marion's
most successful tillers of the soil of
the Martel section, is a business vis
itor.in the city today. ; :
Two boys, members of the embryo
7 I
up by the police, have been turned
over to the county.. There is evidence
onnn or Vl anainef fVlom frt Snrl tVlPTTl trt I
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fi,af h : aam Hrt Tt. i
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nara on me parents oi mese uoys iur
them to be in such a predicament, but
if ia Viofrloi still frv lirnt rnrilp t.n
v, trt Krit tv,0i ArA.n.
Onlv one case was docketed in the
.W.wl.'..,,wl w.VUW,lr5v-
ing an auto. A $10. bond which had
been deposited for the defendant's ap
pearance was forfeited by failure to
respond when his case was Called.
If Mr. Charles McLucas, the popu popular
lar popular Ocala House barber, cuts your ear
off while shaving you this afternoon,
don't be peeved with him. He has an-
other little barber at his house, and
has some right to be nervous.
Dr. T. K. Slaughter came up from
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J. C. Groff and children, who were on
kaii. wov trt M.Tntftc t visit ln
XAWAX fl tJ W AfAWAAAWlhI& W V AWiH A VH
tives. The doctor says crops are fine
down his way.
DON'T WAIT
Take Advantage of an Ocala Citizen's
Experience
When the back begins to ache,
Don't wait until backache becomes
chronic:
Till kidney troubles develop;
Till urinary troubles destroy night's
rest.
Profit by an Ocala citizen's exper-
iciiwc .,
Mrs. A E. Holly. 113 S. Second
threat Heal nf trnnhli with mv lciHnPvs.
The kidnv R.rti wpt i,n.
natural. My back was sore and
lame and every time I stooped, a
catch shot across my loins. My
feet and ankles were swollen and the
flesh "underneath my eyes was puffed
up. I tried several kidney medicines
and even took a doctor's prescription,
but nothing did me any good until I
started taking Doan's Kidney Pills.
I improved from the first and was
soon cured."
Price 50c, at all dealers.. Don't
simply ask for a kindey remedy get
Doan's Kindey Pills the same that
Mrs. Holly had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 4
CHOICE SMALL HAMS FOR SALE
A number of very choice small hams
and shoulders for sale; corn fed hogs,
smoked with green hickory wood.
Inquire of Sterling Hooper, at Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall Barbershop. 30-tf
STOMACH TROUBLE CURED
Mrs. C. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa.,
stomach trouble. I would have sour
writes, "For some time I suffered from
stomach and feel bloated after eating.
Nothing benefited me until I got
Chamberlain's Tablets. After taking
two bottles of them I was cured." For
sale by all dealers. Adv.
The drugs used in our prescription
department are the best to be had,
and ACCURACY is our watchword.
The Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.

GALA SOU AFFAIRS

(Continued from Third Page)
Miss Dorothea Mann, daughter of
Bishop and Mrs. Cameron Mann of the
Southern Florida diocese, who has
been doing active service as a Red
Cross nurse in Europe for the past
six months, has returned to New York.
Miss Mann was among the first of the
American nurses to go to the war
zone, her early passage being obtain
ed only through her proficiency in her
profession.
Mrs. C. H. Mathews has as her
guests at Candler until Friday noon,
Mrs. T. Izlar and Miss Ada Sand Sanders.
ers. Sanders. Miss Annie Davis will go to Lake
Weir tomorrow to spend several
months at her cottage. She will be
accompanied by Miss Ellen Clarkson,
who will be her guest for a week or
longer.
Mrs. William Hocker and Mrs. R.
A. Burford returned this afternoon
from Dade City whre they attended
xl. l i i i L
rawV
state federation. Mrs. Hocker is a
r t tr- i w rt r l
ieaerauon omcer ana iirs. curiora
" t m
went as proxy for Mrs. C. R. Ty
dings, president of the Ocala Worn-
an's Club.
Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter and
two children of Summerfield were in
town today
Miss Lynn Rhody, who is visiting
an aunt in Daytona, is expected to ar-
I1VC 11 M1B "fw "u V w
visit ner slster' Mlss yust,na
Mrs- H- B- Clarkson enjoyed today
a few hours visit from her brother,
Mr- Simpson, his wife and three child-
ren' wh St?Pped 5 ,betWn trainS
en route to Louisville from Tampa.
Mr. Elmer DeCamp is entertaining
siuster a"d hrohr ''m;la and thei
uhe!' Mr'AnTd Mrs' Jh,n Dorln and
"xiss in, ox r..ynor
rived Saturday in their car from Mi Miami.
ami. Miami. They have a winter home in Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, and drove there from Niagara
last fall. This is the first time Mr.
DeCamp and his sister have met in
twelve years
Mr. Plummer of Gainesville is on a
visit to his son, Rev. N. B. Plummer
ouu A1" .ujr.
wa mill OG r..Ai r.f n
30th of this month, and is the father
?f 15 children 11 of whom are hv-
"
i j.l:u nr. til :
hale and hearty and when asked his
aee makes the reply, "just nineteen."
-
Panied y her daughters, Misses Edna
"4 v"c
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Beuchler of An
I tnonv ae in the city today, the for-
mer on business and the latter visit
ing friends.
OCALA WILL HAVE
MAY DAY CELEBRATION
The civic committee of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club at a meeting held Saturday
afternoon made preliminary arrange
ments f or a May Party which win be
held May 1st. lhe meeting was an
entnusiastic one ana tne committee
nones 10 mane tne iuay parxy as
Ureat a success as the municipal
nnstmas tree was.
, May parties, primarily are child children's
ren's children's festivals but it is hoped that the
people of Ocala generally will co cooperate
operate cooperate with the civic committee and
assist in making Ocala's first May
party a festival of good will and en-
joyment for the entire community.
There will be a parade of decorat
ed express and goat wagons, bicycles,
doll carriages and other children's
vehicles. Prizes will be given for the
best entry. A king and queen will be
chosen and crowned and there will be
I ? i j ; i jU. if
aim uauuug aiuunu te
poles after the pretty old English
tUDtuma'
u be no charges in connec
tion with the party except for refresh-
ments which will be served in booths
at nominal charges. This feature will
be in chargo of members of the civic
committee assisted by the Junior
Civic League. Flowers, ice cream,
cake, cold drinks and home made
candy will be on sale.
Definite plans have not yet been
perfected but will be announced later
on. The following committees have
been named and will have the ar arrangements
rangements arrangements in charge:
Publicity Committee Miss Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson Bell.
Voting committee Mrs. C. W.
Hunter, Mrs. O. T. Green, Mrs. E. C.
Bennett.
Throne and Decorations Mrs. W.
D. Richey, Mrs. W. A. Knight, Mrs.. J.
R. Dewey.
Refreshments Mrs. A. T. Thomas,
Mrs. J. P. Galloway, Mrs. W. H.
Marsh, Mrs. J. M. Meffert, Mrs. G. J.
Blitch.
Floats and Parade Mrs. L. F. Bla-
lock, Mrs. H. W. Tucker, Mrs. C. P.
Howell.
Program Mrs. GrJ. Blitch, Miss
Jefferson Bell, Mrs. C. W. Hunter.
May parties have become attractive
features of the civic life in many
Florida cities. Tampa holds an elab elaborate
orate elaborate celebration of May day each
year and for many years the May day
celebrations at Tallahassee have been
a distinctive feature of the social life
of the capital. In Lewis Park, Talla-

hassee, which is maintained as a play-
ground for children, year after year, ;

as far back as "the memory of man ;
runneth not to the contrary," there
have been May parties. On May day j
there all places of business close for
the afternoon and if the legislature
happens to be in session, both houses
adjourn and the entire population
turns out en masse for the May party, f
A great friendly old oak, bravely
garlanded about its trunk, forms a ;
delightful background for the throne,
where each season some pretty girl is ;
crowned queen, and maid and courtier,
fairy and clown flash and flit through
the changing scene. Bright ribbons
are woven in and out and gay childish
figures dance about the Maj poles,
while the interested spectators chat
in friendly groups in every available
spot. The music, the color, the gay
and pleasing pageant make a welcome
break in the life there, and often
when the life is tensest. Ocala needs
a more common interest in her civic
life. We are too individual in our
interests, in our pleasures. The May
party will afford an opportunity for us
all to enjoy a holiday together.
SEE Hit: FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LOST Monday on Pine street be between
tween between South Second street and W.
Fort King avenue, a gold fountain
pen. Finder return to Star office
and receive reward. 4-14-tf
erg to doris murry at g k Williams
FOR SALE Pure bred White Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth Rock eggs for hatching, 15
for $1.50. Apply to Marsh's mar market.
ket. market. 14-tf
FOR SALE Large white chrysan chrysanthemum
themum chrysanthemum plants, 30 cents per dozen.
Mrs. P. II. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
street. 4-7 tf.
WANTED The owner of a pistol
taken from a boy some days ago
while under arrest. It was taken
from an automobile in front of the
Temple theater about two weeks
ago. Owner can get same by prov proving
ing proving property and paying expenses.
Apply to W. F. Adams, Chief of
Police, Ocala, Fla. 5-tf
RANGE FOR SALE A family size,
wood burning range, with hot wa water
ter water tank and connections for bath.
Apply at Star office. tf
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-tf
FOR RENT Two connecting rooms,
furnished; one, two or three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
at residence of Mrs. A. M. Perry,
Herbert street. 3-18-tf
FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs for hatching. II. S. 'Wesson,
Ocala, Fla. 3-30-lm
1
FOR RENT New bungalow with all
modern conveniences, on South
Lime street. Apply to C. V. Rob
erts. 8-6t
WANTED To lease or buy, two sec
ond-hand syrup boilers of 100
gallon capacity. Call or write, J.
R. Moorhead, Ocala, Fla. 10-tf
HOUSE FOR RENT Six rooms, gas,
water, electric lights, bath and
other conveniences; in good repair;
on Watula street opposite Ocala
Telephone Company's building; rent
reasonable. Apply to Miss Rena
Smith, at Haycraft Millinery. 9-6t
STRAYED Or stolen, Saturday
night, one dog puppy, white with
two liver spots, one on head cover
ing one eye, one on side. Reward
for information or his return to N.
E. Lowe, 201 W. Broadway. 13-6t
FOR RENT A six-room cottage with
modern conveniences, at $14 per
month; W. 5th street near old high
school building. Mrs. R. L. Car Carter.
ter. Carter. i3-12t
FOR RENT One-story building, 12
by 40 feet, suitable for shop, stable
or store room; including large cor corner
ner corner lot. Five blocks from court
house. Rent, $3 per'month. J. M.
Wenzel, 313 W. Orange St. 13-Ct
FOR SALF At a bargain, a hand handsome
some handsome large corner lot; fine location;
five blocks from city hall. Will sell
for cash or easy monthly payments.
Address J. M. Wenzel, 313 Orange
street. 13-6t
To Freshen Lemons.
When lemons are hard, cover them
with boiling water and stand them
aside to cool. They will then appear
fresh and full of juice. Neither will
the juice seem in the least diluted by
any water absorbed.
Great Lawyer on Work.
Rufus Cho&te believed in hard work
and itruggle. When some one said
to him that a certain fine achieve achievement
ment achievement was the result of accident, he
axclalmed: "Nonsense! You oilgbt
aa well drop the Greek alphabet on
the ground and expect to pick up the
Ulad."

THE MARKETS

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Chicago, April
1 58.
1 4. May wheat,
Corn, 7;J
Oat?. 5;4.
Pork, 17.30
Ribs, 10.17.
XUBUCIIADNEZZAR AND THE
GREAT WHITE BEAR
i Or What Shall Come to Pass in the
Latter Days
III
In last week's Star, in connection
with this article, the second chapter
of Daniel and forty-fourth verse was
to show that a time will come, when
the God of Heaven will set up a king kingdom
dom kingdom and break in pieces all others.
Now the question is, when will the
God of Heaven set up a kingdom?
When will he break in pieces all
these kingdoms? Well, as Daniel
showed the king the interpretation
of the stone cut out of the mountain
without hands, and smote the image
on the feet, he also told him that it
should be in the latter days. Dan.
2:28.
But there is one thing to take in
to consideration and that is the act actual
ual actual image symbolizing the different
metals must be set up in the latter
days so ars to be smitten on the feet,
and Daniel declares this is when the
God of Heaven shall set up a kingdom
that shall stand forever.
How many people do we hear ex express
press express their views in regard to the
wars of the present day that all may
end in that great battle of Armaged Armageddon.
don. Armageddon. Rev. 16:16 "And some look-for
the second coming of Christ, and
truly he will come when the time ar arrives
rives arrives for him, to smite the image on
the feet, as he is the stone whom the
builders rejected, but he will become
the chief corner stone." He was cut
out of the mountain of flesh without
the aid of man, and when he takes
all kingdoms to himself the final des destiny
tiny destiny of Nebuchadnezzer's kingdom
will be ruled by none other than the
Lord Jesus forever and ever. As Rev.
11:15 declares, "Lo and behold the
kingdoms of this world have become
the kingdoms of our Lord and his
Christ and he shall reign for ever and
ever."
Undoubtedly these wars that are
taking place are to frame up an or
der of affairs and get everything in
readmess for the coming of the Lord.
When Christ came out of the tem temple
ple temple with his disciples, and they drew
.his attentfon to the beautiful build
ing and the great stones of the build building,
ing, building, he said to them, "the time will
come when there shall not be one
stone left upon another, and they ask asked
ed asked him saying, what shall be the
sign of your coming and the end of
the age.
Then he plainly told them that
there should be wars and rumors of
wars, nation should come against na nation
tion nation and kingdom against kingdom,
and that there should be earthquakes
in different places, but he said when
they should see these things coming
to pass that this was the beginning
of'sorrows, that there should be fam famines
ines famines and pestilences, as we find writ written
ten written in Mat. 24.
Another sign he gave which is to
be found in Luke 21:24, that Jerusa Jerusalem
lem Jerusalem should be trodden down by the
Gentiles until the times of the Gen Gentiles
tiles Gentiles be fulfilled. Turkey lias had
sway over the Holy Land for years,
but today where does she stand as a
power? There are only a handful
left of what was once a great and
powerful nation. At one time no oth other
er other nation dared go to war without
first consulting Turkey.
And in the year 1832 there was a
man whose judgement in regard to
national affairs was considered reli reliable
able reliable had his attention drawn to the
16th chapter of Rev.' 12th verse, and
it says, "that the river Euphrates
was dried up that the way of the
kings of the east might be prepared."
He, recognizing that this prophecy re referred
ferred referred to the Turkish nation which
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dwells on that river, made the remark
that it was impossible for so great
and powerful a nation to dry up, but
we are living witnesses today
that
God's word is true.
So the words of Christ when he
spoke of that nation which should

trod down Jerusalem until the time of i there will be no more war, and the
that nation coming to an end, means labor being expended for warfare will
that the Turkish nation is to come be given to agriculture, with a right right-to
to right-to an end so that some other power eous ruler over all the earth; there
will rule in its stead. i surely will be peace on earth and good
These were some of the signs he -will toward mankind,
has given so there can be no mistake Rut before this time of peaceful
in regard to the present time as all : reign, there are many events to take,
prophecies indicate that we are living ; Pce among the nations according to
in the latter days. 1 the testimony of the prophets.
And Daniel in the 12th chapter! Ezekiel testifies that in Europe

speaking of the time that the Lord
Jesus shall stand on the earth again
says, reading from the first verse,
"And that time shall Michael stand
up who is none other than Christ;
the word Michael meaning a power-
ful one, the great prince which stand-
eth for the children of thy people:
and there shall be a time of trouble,
such as never was since there was a
nation, even to that same time.
"And at that time thy people shall
be delivered every one that shall be
found written in the book.
"And many of them that sleep n
the dust of the earth shall awake,
some to everlasting life, and some to
everlasting shame and contempt.
"And they that be wise shall shine
as the brightness of the firmament;
and they that turn many to righteous righteousness
ness righteousness as the stars for ever and ever."
Here we have the sure word of the
prophet Daniel again, the time of
trouble has begun and the nations are
trembling for fear of the troubles that
are coming upon the earth, and in
the fourth verse of this chapter there
and signs given that we may know as assuredly
suredly assuredly that we are living in the last
days of the kingdoms of men be
cause it was told Daniel to close up
the book and seal it even to the time
of the end; but he was given a sign
of what should come to pass at the
time of the end when the book was
to be unsealed and the sign was that
many should run to and fro, and that
knowledge should be increased.
It is hardly necessary to comment
on this last passage, as there are so
many evidences to confirm the truth
that knowledge was to be withheld
until the time. of the end, we have to today
day today the flying machine and horseless
carriage, many running to and fro in
them, also great inventions, and
knowledge in other branches too num numerous
erous numerous to mention.
When we hear one say that the
Bible is a wonderful book, we can say
yes, and a beautiful book, as it re reveals
veals reveals a glorious age to come when
wars will be a thing of the past and
there will be peace on earth and good
will toward man instead of trouble
on earth and enmity toward man.
But at present we are living in the
days that the prophet Joel spoke of
in the 3rd chapter beginning at the
9th verse, "Proclaim this among the
nations, prepare for war, wake up the
mighty men, let all the men of war
draw near, let them come up, -beat
your plowshares into swords and your
pruninghooks into spears, let the
weak say I am strong."
Does not this prophecy apply to
the present conditions of the nations?
It is a fact, they have converted ma
terial which should be in agricultural
implements into implements of war warfare,
fare, warfare, also is it not a fact, that the
weak proclaim they are strong?
Look at little Belgium how she with withstood
stood withstood the German giant, but by so do doing
ing doing she brought upon herself one of
the great troubles that Christ said
should come. The Belgians are starv starving,
ing, starving, they are the first nation to be in
the grasp of a famine, but there are
more to follow because there are to
be famines, the plural, indicating
more than one. Mat. 24:7.
For six thousand years man has
been trying to rule himself and lie is
no nearer to doing so at the present
than Cain was in the beginning and
at the present rule of man the na nations
tions nations are in a troubled condition.
But the prophet Isaiah in the 2nd
chapter, beginning at the fourth verse
speaks of a time exactly the. reverse
of what it is today, because h said:
"It shall come to pass in the last
days, that the mountain of the Lord's
house shall be established in tlse top
of the mountains, and shall be exalt
ed above the hills; and all nations
shall bow unto it.
"And many people shall go and say,
Come ye, and let us go up to the
mountain of the Lord, to the house of
the God of Jacob; and he will teach
us his ways, and we will walk in his
paths; for out of Zicn shall go for
the law, and the word of the Lord
from Jerusalem.
"And he shall judge among the na nations
tions nations and shall rebuke many people;
and they shall beat their swords in-

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to plowshares and their spears into
pruning hooks, nation shall not lift up
svordi inst nation, neither shall
uiej learn war any more.
So we can see bv this testimonv
that the Lord is to send out his law
from Jerusalem and then there will be
a reign of peace on the earth, when
there will only be two great ruling
powers left, namely, Russia and Eng England,
land, England, that is they are to annex oth other
er other countries and have rule oyer them
and at the coming of Christ Russia
will make war with England and sub-
due it, and stand monarch of Europe,
'. Then will be the Nebuchadnezzar
image set up, as Russia will stand on
j the ten kingdoms which represent the
toes of the image.
'In order to understand more about
this, let us look at the 3Sth chapter
I of Ezekiel second ver?e, God in speak-
! ig to Ezekiel commanded him to
prophesy bv saying, "Son of man set
thy face against God the land of Ma Magog,
gog, Magog, the chief prince cf Me.-hech and
Tubal," or Russia as the modern name
for Meshech 'is Muskava and for Tu Tubal
bal Tubal the word Tubolosky, both are of
the Russian empire, showing it is Rus Russia
sia Russia against whom the prophet w.s to
prophecy.
"And I will turn thee back and put
hooks into thy jaws, and I will bring
thee forth and all thine army, horses
and horsemen, all of them clothed
with all sorts of armour, even a reat
company with bucklers and shields,
all of them handling swords."
(To bo Continued)
OCALA FRATERHAL ORDERS
LRIOX-l)UXX MASONIC?
Marlon-Dunn LoJge ?ro. F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Prown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 20, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second arai
fourth Thursday ev?nmg3 of each
month at 7?. o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb. W. M.
.Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y
OCALA LODGE AU. ISG, 12. 1 O. E.
Oeaia Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, ruceta
the second ami fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren alvrays welcome. Club house
opposite postofTice, east slae.
David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. AY. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOY.H; Ol'ni:!! OF MOUSE
Ocala Lories So. ',:;:. L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday a.t 8:30 p. u.
Visiting breihern always welcome o
the lodge and club hou?t
on
Ma:
nolia street, near postoftioe.
R. S. Rogers, Dictator.
Oh! FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge- Xo. 22. I. O. O. P.,
meets in Yocse's Mall -vcry Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warxn wel welcome
come welcome al a ays extended to visiting
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
'V. L. Colbert. Secretary.
coNcojsniA lodgh r. u. ot a.
Concordia Lodze, Fraternal Union
of America, me-et.s in Voice's Hall
cn the second Thursday evenln? of
each month. Geo. E. Taylor. F. M.
Cha?. K. Sag"?, Secretary. A1
the K. of i Halm at hTTcveri
second and fourth Friday. VifcUinir-
sovereigns are
J. W. Earner, C. C
Chas. K. Sajre Clerk.
. KMfiins or PYTHIAS I
Oala Lodsre No. 1 H Conventional
held every Monday at 8 p. mM at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Charle? Goddard, C. C
Chas. K. Sa?e, K. of R. S. Ad
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CHAITEH -NO. 13, It. A. 31.
Regular convocatlcns of the Ocalaj
Chapter Xo. 13, R. A. M.t on the!
fourth Friday in everv month at!
7:30 p. m. II. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Bro.vn, Secretary. j
OCALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Temple Lode No 2c
j Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesdav
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hal?, west;
of courthouse. Visiting members arc'
cordially invited to meet with us. ?
Sarah C. Blitch, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R. nnd ZL C. f

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