UHDAU!ITED BY TEfilPORABY
.Petrograd, April 15. The Austro Austro-Gcrman
Gcrman Austro-Gcrman offensive at Koziowa, north northeast
east northeast of the Uszok pass, was complete completely
ly completely smashed in a seventeen hour bat battle
tle battle Tuesday night and Wednesday,
the enemy suffering terrible losses.
The enemy charged the Russians sev seven
en seven times with the bayonet, but were
driven back each time, leaving
large number of dead. The fighting
was the fiercest in the Carpathian
campaign. Thrice the enemy pene penetrated
trated penetrated the, Russian advance trenches,
only to perish before terrific bayonet
charges, while heavy artillery fire
swept the ground behind them, pre preventing
venting preventing reinforcements.
The Russians are preparing for a
new advance against the Uszok pass.
The Russians captured Wolosate,
iiortheast of Uszok Tuesday. The
Austro-German offensive from the
Dunajec river is still progressing,
but the Russians will be able to flank
this by opening the Uszok pass. Bat Battles
tles Battles are raging west of the Uszok
COLLAPSE OF THE
In the Carpathians is1 Predicted by the
Berlin, April 15. Exhausted by
heavy losses in the Carpathian cam campaign
paign campaign the Russians attempting to in invade
vade invade Hungary are at a complete
' standstill.- The Russians -were defeat defeated
ed defeated at Czertosz and Mesoladorcz, suf suffering
fering suffering enormous losses. Attacking
1L nva, the Russians were again de defeated.
feated. defeated. German experts forecast the
complete collapse of the Russian Car Carpathian
pathian Carpathian campaign.
FLEW OVER THE BLACK FOREST
Another Daring Raid Made by the
Amsterdam, April 15. An allied
aerial squad threw bombs on the rail railway,
way, railway, stations between Aix-la-Chap-pelle
and Liege, over which the Ger Germans
mans Germans are transporting troops. An Another
other Another squad crossed the Rhine, flying
over the Black Forest, "shelling
BENEFIT FOR BELLE VIEW
Play, "An Afflicted Family," to be
given at the Town Hall, Belleview,
Thursday, April 22, for the benefit of
the Baseball Club
Cast of Characters
C. v Crotchet (a retired merchant,
sick in the spleen) Raymond Gale.
B. Frizzy (a barber, addicted to
punning and scrapes)- Harold Ken Kendall.
' Dr. G. Linton (a practical physi physician,
cian, physician, troubled with patients)-. Free Freeman
man Freeman Hames.
L. Staple (a young merchant, sub subject
ject subject to bashfubness) Winters Hames.
Clarence (a student, inclined to
ale) Folke Sjoberg.
John Henry (a man servant com
plaining of nothing to do) Frank
I. Seizer (a constable used to take
away bad effects)- Harry Jones.
Mrs. Crotchet (an invalid ill with
nervousness Mattie J. Oakley.
'"" Daisy, ''her daughter, Dolly, her
niece (both affected with a disease of
the heart called love) Mary Gale
and Mildred Merrill.
Dorothy (a maiden aunt, afflicted
with deafness, knitting and a poodle
dog) Ruby McClendon.
Jietty Bodkin (a maid servant suf suf-v
v suf-v fering out of sympathy for Frizzy)
Everybody come and have a good
time and a good laugh. Doors open
at 7 :30, curtain at 8. Prices, 15 and
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Our new telephone directory, to be
issued May 1st, goes to press about
April 19th. If you are expecting to
have a phone installed soon, let us get
the phone installed and name in
directory at once. We collect monthly
15-4t Ocala Telephone Co.
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REVERSES HI HUNGARY, ARMIES OF CZAR ARE PREPARING
FOR ANOTHER ADVANCE
BRITAIN'S BUTCHER BILL
Almost 140,000 Men Lost Since the
Beginning of the War
London, April 15. An official an announcement
nouncement announcement today says that. Great
Britain thas lost in killed, wounded
and missing to April 11th, 139,347
CEDAR KEYS OBJECTS
The board of trade and city council
of Cedar Keys, Levy couny's seaport,
has joined in the fight against cut cutting
ting cutting Bloxham county out of Marion
. Honolulu, April 15. Chief Gun Gunner's
ner's Gunner's Mate Crilley went 288 feet un under
der under water here yesterday and walked
along the top of the submarine F-4,
which disappeared March 25. The
depth is said by naval officers to be a
HE WONT INTERN
, Newport News, April 15. "I my myself
self myself will not intern." This is the em emphatic
phatic emphatic declaration of Lieut. Capt.
Thierf elder, commander of the Ger German
man German converted cruiser Kronprinz Wil Wil-helm.
helm. Wil-helm. CARPENTERS STRIKE
Chicago April 13. Efforts to pre
vent the strike of Chicago carpenters
appeared hopeless today. Labor lead leaders
ers leaders and f contractors are preparing for
a long fight, beginning Friday or Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. OPERATION ON
New York, April 15. Mrs. Roose Roosevelt,
velt, Roosevelt, wife of Ex-Presjdent Theodore
Roosevelt, underwent, an operation at
the Roosevelt hospital today. It was
announced this afternoon that the
operation was successful, and she
will soon be on the road to recovery.
Many However were Missed by Mex
ican Bullets at Matamoras
Washington, April 15. Many bul bullets
lets bullets fell on the American side of the
river during the fighting at Mata
moras yesterday but none injured.
. BANDITS SHIFT THEIR BASE
Wild West-Hold-Up on a Train of the
New York Central
Buffalo, April 15. Four masked
men lined up the crew of a fast
freight on the New York Central at
Sanborn early today at the point of
their revolvers and filled two large
trucks with saleable merchandise
from the cars. The bandits made good
Eureka, April 12. We are having
a nice Sunday school and hope it wil
Mr. A. D. Mathews from Palatka
was a visitor to his brother, Mr. H
H. Meadows of Eureka.
The young folks had a fine fish fry
at Eureka ferry Saturday and they
all seemed to enjoy themselves.
Miss Willie Proctor has returned
home to her mother, Mrs. C. J. Proc Proctor.
tor. Proctor. Miss Willie has been off teach teaching
ing teaching school and everybody was glad
to see her at home again.
Mrs. F. M. Harp and Miss Ollie
Hinson made a flying trip to Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy last Friday evening.
We had a nice Easter egg hunt for
the children Easter Sunday and they
all seemed to enjoy themselves.
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
Are Here to Attend Ball Game and
the Minstrel Performance
The University ball team arrived
from Gainesville on the 10:50 train
and made its home at the Harrington.
The line-up is as follows:
Wood, c; Dies, 2b; Seymour, lb;
Seyler, 3b; Farries, c; Embry, cf;
Ramsdell, If; Swanson, rf; Merrien,
ss; Pooser, p; Durane, p; Hancock,
manager; Flanerty, coach.
The Gainesville players are a fine fine-looking
looking fine-looking bunch of young men, and can
be depended on to give a fine game.
As Manager Hunter seldom gives
out the line-up till the last minute,
the Star doesn't know what it will be,
but all Ocala's veterans will be on the
diamond, and they will give their
famous opponents a stiff fight.
The minstrels and a large number
of their friends came in on the 2:40
train. They were accompanied by the
superb University band, and at once
gave a parade w ith music.
These young folks are among the
best of our sister city and state, and
he Star hopes Ocala will appreciate
them with a full house tonight.
Following are all the ; names the
Star was, able to obtain of the min minstrels,
strels, minstrels, and their friends:
K. H. Graham, J; F. Burnett, Ed
Wellington, T. J. Swearingen, J.
Dearin, J. Goin. R. Driver, B. Jordan,
G. M. Kindsedth, R. Talley, C. Cas
well, L. Carter, P. Hamilton, J.
Younge, H. Buie, F. Holland,'1' G.
Mauer, S. Boilqw, J. Tillman, B. Byrd,
F. Wilson, L. Solomon, Red Trammell,
C. Chillingworth, B. Myers, Charles
Faircloth, Pat Graham, Miss Yeale,
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Ed Well
ington, C. Sweat, B. Crawford, L.
Diay, K. LaPlum, D. Storms.
Citra, April 14. Mrs. Garvey and
little daughter of Washington, are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Logan.
Mr. E. L. Wartmann is in Talla
hassee this week.
Mr. J. S. Wyckoff and Mr. Harry
Borland are attending the horticul
tural meeting in Tampa.
Mrs. Hampton of Fordyce, Ark., is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Alli
Jarvis P. Driver returned from In
verness Saturday, where he complet completed
ed completed the high school course.
The mission study class met with
Mrs. Clay Logan yesterday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mrs. Logan and Mrs. Smith
were the jrea.ders for the afternoon.
Miss Annie Logan entertained her
music class in the park Saturday
Quite a number of the young people
went over to Island Grove last Fri
day to see the ball game between Isl-!
and Grove and Citra. Our home team
came out victorious thfs time.
The W. C. T. U. will hold its reg regular
ular regular meeting with Mrs. Colbert to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon.
Mr. Partridge is conducting revival
meetings at Pine this week.
Mr. A. J. Driver, who has been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Driver
for the past two weeks, left Saturday
for his home in Lima, O.
From the amount of bloom on the
orange trees, it looks very much like
this section wTill have a fine crop of
Citra people are justly proud of
their fine new school building which is
The must satisfying box of candy,
Triola Sweets. 50 cents for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Stores only. 22-tf.
Baseball goods at The Murray Com
IDA. THURSDAY. APRIL 15, 1915
lyLyllL i oil I
THAT THE JAPAflESE ARE FORTIFYIUG A MEXICA
Washington, April 15. Assistant
Secretary of the Navy Roosevelt, re recently
cently recently returned from San Diego, to-
day ridiculed the report that 4,000
j Japanese marines and sailors landed
at Turtle Bay, Lower California,
mined the harbor and were backed by
five Japanese warships. The secre secretary
tary secretary asserted that the Japanese were
attempting to save the cruiser Asama
aground there and naturally camped
on shore during salvage operations
and used buoys to mark the shoals in
the uncharted harbor. Secretary of
War Garrison appeared amused
TANGLED IN THE TREES
Allies Caught One Zeppelin Afoul.
Another British Ship Lost
London, April 15. A News dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Sluis says a German Zep Zeppelin
pelin Zeppelin became caught in the trees near
Tirlemcnt and many of her crew were
killed by the allies' fire.
The British steamship Ptarmigan
was torpedoed and sunk in the North
Sea today by a German submarine.
Eleven were rescued from the sinking
FREN H MOVED FORWARD
Made Gains All Along the Western
Paris, April 15. The French made
further gains in the blood drenched
Woevre region yesterday, advancing
400 yards, despite the desperate re resistance
sistance resistance of the Germans. Sharp fight fighting
ing fighting was reported from Auillers, south
of Marcheville, today, where the Ger German
man German trenches were completely wreck wrecked.
ed. wrecked. The French made gains in the
Allly forest, southeast of St. Mihiels.
In All Attacks on Germans on the
Berlin, April 1G. Between the
Meuse and Moselle yesterday there
were only isolated engagements. The
French attacks near Marcheville, near
and in the Lapretre forest, north northwest
west northwest of Manonviller and south of
Hartmans-Weilerkopf all failed. At
the east front the situation is un unchanged.
changed. unchanged. WOMAN'S CLUB AT ANTHONY
Anthony, April 14th, 1915.
The Woman's Club of Anthony held
its monthly meeting at the home of
Mrs. G. M. Brown on Main street
Wednesday, April 7th, 1915. Mrs.
Caroline Moorhead of Ocala gave a
spirited talk on clubs and workers.
Mrs. Lee Priest gave a talk on home
economics and her course in Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee. Mrs. R. A. Baskin read a pa paper
per paper on civics and several new by-laws
were suggested. An interesting mus-
j ical program was rendered by Misses
Julia Meadows and Maude Brown.
The club also gained several new
members. The next monthly meeting:
will be held at the home of the pres president,
ident, president, Mrs.J. M. Gates, Jr. Educa Education
tion Education will be the subject discussed.
After the business meeting a most
delicious salad course with hof choc chocolate
olate chocolate and cake was served. Assist
ing Mrs. Brown in serving was Mrs.
R. A. Baskin, Mrs. Harry Meadows,
Misses Hattie Milligan and Annie Lue
Souter. A Guest.
GET TOGETHER SOCIAL
The 16th of April is the date that
has been set and advertised for the
W. C. T. U. social to be given at the
Baptist church, beginning at 7:30
o'clock, promptly. A choice program
is being arranged, which will be fol followed
lowed followed by a social hour. Each mem member
ber member of the W. C. T. U. is asked to
consider herself a committee of one
to advertise this event and do all in
her power to make it an enjoyable
success. There will be no charges,
no collection. All citizens cordially
invited. Fuller particulars later.
Watch for them. Committee.
An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask
for Triola Sweets. 22tf
Hats specially priced
Dempsey Hat Shop.
$5 at the
Have your choice Pabst's. creamy
"bock" cr Pabst's Blue Ribbon on
draft, at Johnny's. 6-tf
MANY IMPORTANT MEASURES
BEFORE THE LEGISLATURE
(Special to the Star)
Tallahassee, April 15. At a con conference
ference conference of the railroad commission
the telegraph office was restored to
There is nothing up to date in the
rumor that the Ocala-Wilcox train
will be taken off.
The marketing commission bill has
been introduced in both houses of the
legislature and goes to a conference
of the joint committee on agriculture
Monday evening. The bill. is meeting
with favor among the members of the
Senate and House and I believe it will
The county divisionists are here in
strength. I understand that this bill,
which was introduced today, will be
heard before the committee Monday.
Will advise definitely later.
The state good roads bill has found
The state live stock bill will be in introduced
troduced introduced as soon as it i placed in
proper shape.- Rooney.
Secretary Rooney Writes of What is
Going On in the Capital City
Tallahassee, April 13. Much is and
has been accomplished along many
lines. First found confronting our
representatives was this county divis- j
ion --matter, and both of them have
been right on the job working with
the members of both the House and
Serate to get them lined up to stand
with them against the bill and I feel
sure that the work they have done will
defeat the bill. I feel almost confident
it will not come from the committee
unless they go back on their promises.
Just as soon as they found out the
measure that was being made, they
began a campaign to overcome it.
I have talked writh almost all the
members in reference to our bill
creating the marketing commissioner,
and hope for favorable consideration
of this measure by both houses. It
has the endorsement of both the gov governor
ernor governor and commissioner of agricul agriculture,
ture, agriculture, and they have promised to go
before the committees from both
House and Senate and stand with me
for its passage. Mr. Light is here
bringing his influence to bear, and it
is having its effect; also Mr. Haile,
superintendent of the express com company,
pany, company, is here lending us every assist assistance
ance assistance possible, and in conference with
him today he stated that the market
ing bureau at Jacksonville since Mr.
Hewitt has been made secretary-manager
i3 moving along smoothly, that
he was getting business and the
prices were very satisfactory to the
patrons. WTien this bill is passed and
state aid given, the farmers will no
longer hesitate, but join in the great
forward movement. A number have
stated that when they return home
they will arrange meetings and see
that their people understand what the
system means to their farmers and
get them lined up to handle their
produce through the bureau. Thus it
moves on and on.
Last evening I was specially in
vited by Mr. Wartmann to attend the
exercises at the Woman's College and
witness the graduation recital of the
two young ladies, Misses Irma Blake
and Constance Helen Cavell. To have
been present and heard as well as
witnessed this program in its entirety.
would have gladdened every heart in!
Ocala. How proud we should be of
this girl of our city and ner talent.
It was an inspiration to attend, and
if every mother' in our grand old
county could have been present (yea
from all over the state) I believe
their hearts would have so thrilled
and that there would have been such
convincing proof of the merit and
true worth of our most excellent col college,
lege, college, that no more would we find
Florida's fair daughters leaving their
own state and fine college to seek
those of other states. These two
girls are a living and lasting example
of what this institution can produce.
Rally, then, Floridians and let us
stand by it. Rooney.
AFTER DROPPING MRS 0
VADER DID UTILE DAMAGE BUT PROVED -SUPERORITY TO
London, April 15. Successfully
evading a squadron of 10 British aer-
oplanes, a German Zeppelin which at-! th Pushing of the minutes.
, -i j j-ij j lr- Zetrouer called and renewed
tacked the towns in the industrial dis-' , . i.icwtu
. XT .t,...,, (ns request for a new building for Shi Shi-trite
trite Shi-trite of Newcastle last night, dashed j loh and sugffested one to cost about
out over the North Sea early today. !$1200 to accommodate about .eighty
i For nearly five hours, the Zeppelin
sped from town to town, inland as j
well as coastal. It is estimated it
dropped sixty-five bombs upon nine
towns. Four people were injured and j
only slight damage was done.
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UUAlluur 1 ioinuvii
Ocala, Fla., Tuesday, April 6.
. . i
ine Doarci 01 puonc instruction ini
and for Marion county, Fla., met in
regular session on the above date at
the regular place with G. S. Scott,
chairman, and B. R. Blitch, member,
present, and J. S. Grantham, member,
absent. Supt. J. H. Brinson served as
Messrs. J. Camp and J. E. Chace,
Ocala trustees, called and discussed
with the board a statement of the re
lation between the county and district
as regards the proceeds of the Ocala
bond issue and the contracts that had
been made for buildings and it was
agreed that the salary of Hie super supervisor
visor supervisor of construction should be includ included
ed included in the building expenses and the
installation cf the domestic science de department
partment department should, be paid from the
county funds outside of the building
fund. The trustees recommended the
present principals of the high school
and the primary school for reappoint reappointment
ment reappointment at the present salaries. This was
agreed to. An extra teacher for the
high school department. was requested
and the matter was laid over for con consultation
sultation consultation with the principal and future
Wes Burden, supervisor of the
Blaze Pond colored school, called and
requested more material for use in the
new building and upon recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation of Mr. Blitch it was granted.
Mr. D. R. Zetrouer, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Shiloh school, called and
conferred. with the board in regard to
having a new building erected. The
particulars were somewhat discussed
but action was deferred until the
next regular meeting of the board.
The secretary was directed to write
Mr. G. W. Neville at Dunnellon in re regard
gard regard to the territory to be included in
that to be voted upon to come into
the Buck Pond district end also in re regard
gard regard to the pupils from that district
being allowed to attend the Dunnellon
Messrs. Hall, Neihenhoefer and Rou,
trustees of the Lowell district, called
and made request that steps be taken
toward the erection of a new school
building upon a site that had been se selected.
lected. selected. Action on the building was
postponed until the ne5tl regular
meeting but permission given to
change sites. The trustees were au authorized
thorized authorized to sell the old house and lot
to best advantage with the under understanding
standing understanding that the proceeds should ap apply
ply apply on the new building.
Mr. Atkinson, one of the trustees of
the Fellowship school, called and re reported
ported reported that the principal of their
school had left without consulting the
trustees and that the
patrons had held a meeting and had
agreed to close the school for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the term.
The secretary was directed to write
the supervisor of the Blaze Pond col
ored school a letter urging the pat-
rons to contribute towara tne iuna
for the work on the building.
E. D. Williams, supervisor of the
Eastlake colored school, called and
made request for help in building a
new school house. He was instructed
to secure deed and have a definite
proposition as to hovp much they
would contribute towaxd the building
at the next meeting of the board.
Mr. Nisle, proprietor of the Advo
cate, published at Dunnellon. called
and presented the claims of his paper
for recognition in the printing of the
minutes of the board of public in
struction. Action was postponed forj
the present but afterwards the board
considered the matter and concluded
that owing tc the many extra ex expenses
penses expenses recently incurred that it would
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not be justified in paving more
children within a very few years.
R F- Heath of Reddick called and
ade request that the colored house
there be ceiled. He was instructed to
have estiraate of cost made aR(1 for.
ward same to the board,
Mr. J. L. Beck called and arranged
with the board to loan 500 for two
jterly and to take
warrant for same.
t t r ti. i n t i
Mr. J. JL. B. Hudgens called and
renewed his request for an extra pay payment
ment payment of $15 for work bn blackboard
and desks at Fellowship new school
building. It was agreed to pay the
amount from county funds.
J. H. Calhoun, supervisor of Sul Sulphur
phur Sulphur Springs colored school, called
and made request for help in painting
their new school building. He wax in instructed
structed instructed to have estimate made of the
cost and the amount of money th?
community would rai?e to apply on
the work and report at next meeting
of the board.
Mr. J. S. Grantham had arrived and
acted with the board in the last sev several
eral several items.
Mr. J. M. Meffert called and pro protested
tested protested against the lot chosen by the
trustees for the location of the new
building. The secretary was directed
to write the trustees setting forth
the objections that had been entered.
The secretary was also directed to
write the Marion county representa representatives
tives representatives with reference to the special
legislation in the matter of validation
of the bonds voted by the Citra dis district
trict district and the extension cf the use of
the present adoption of county text
Mr. O'Dell called and made inquiry
of the board as to what could be done
to effect a settlement of the balance
unpaid on hi contracts on the, Ocala
primary and North 0c2la buildings.
It was agreed to ask Hocker & Mar Martin
tin Martin as attorneys for the board to take
steps to get- the' Ocala trustees and
Mr. O'Dell together on articles of ar arbitration
bitration arbitration so that the matter can be
arbitrated and settled.
Mr. Frank Shortall, representing
the Union School Supply Co., called
to discuss the matter of installing li libraries
braries libraries in the schools. The matter
was discussed and it was agreed that
the county could not assist in iho mat
ter but it was thought that 'probably
some-districts could afford to put
them in from district funds and this
would be sanctioned by, the county
J. D. McCall as principal of How Howard
ard Howard Academy called and discuss.ed the
necessity of an increased teaching
force for the coming year. He would
like to have four additional teachers.
Action was postponed for future con consideration.
sideration. consideration. Mrs. Moorhead called and discuss discussed
ed discussed with the board a request previous previously
ly previously made that Friday after Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving in fair week should be given the
schools as a holiday in which to visit
the fair and celebrate school day The
matter was discussed by the board
and it was agreed that in the case of
those schools where the trustees cr
supervisor -and the patrons gcneially
are favorable to the use of the day
for this purpose and where the teach
ers and pupils attend in a body, the
day will be counted as a holiday and
Mr. Gary as secretary of the board
of trustees of Ocala cslled and dis discussed
cussed discussed with the board the matter 'cf
the current expenses for supplies for
the domestic science department of
the Ocala school. It was agreed that
an amount not to exceed $12 per
month would be allowed from cr.-unty
funds for this purpose. Also a re-,
quest was made lor tne screening ci
eight windows and ope door for the
domestic science department which
was granted. He also filed statement
of expenses for past two months and
made request for $150 from district
funds for the current expenses for the
following month which wa; granted.
(Concluded on Page Four)
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1913.
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL,, PROPRIETORS
ft. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at OcrV. Fla., postofnce as second class matter.
One year, in advance. ..... $5.00
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The voice of the umpire is heard in j
There are many herds of reindeer ;
. 7 j
deer meat will soon be on the bill of
fare of many west coast restaurants.
The cover page of the Knaj
Farmer and Homeseeker for April
bears the inscription: Florida live
stock increased in value over 25 Per j
cent from July 1st, 1913, to July 1st,
The sixteenth annual session of the j
Grand Lodge of Florida and the an annual
nual annual meeting of the Florida Rebekah
Assembly, I.O. O. F., will be held in
Gainesville Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday. The address of welcome
will be made by Mayor C. Matheson
and the response to the address of
wplcnme on behalf of the Grand
will bP civen bv Mr. M. M. Little,
frrand master, of this city.
A story comes from Turtle bay, in
lower California, that the Japanese
have landed troops and fortified the
ground around their stranded cruiser,
the Asama. The report is probably
uniounaea. xj. irue, u. kivco
ed States reason for serious com complaint
plaint complaint of Japan. Turtle Bay is in
fovipon oT-rit.nrv. but for Japanese
m m J j 1 Wa l if
war vessels, to take possession of it
would be a violation of both Mexican
neutrality and the Monroe doctrine.
The vote on the state-wide prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition in the Senate Wednesday was a
knockdown for the dry element, but
we doubt that it will prove a knock knockout.
out. knockout. The vote was 19 for the amend amendment
ment amendment to 12 against it. Senator
Conrad of Volusia, who would proba
bly have voted for the measure, was
absent on account of sickness. Had
he been present, the measure would
have gone thru. Submission of a
constitutional amendment requires a
three-fifths vote, consequently any
such measure must have 20 votes to
pass the Florida senate, which is
composed of 32 members.
It is by no means improbable that
tYia A ncfrn.nprmaTi armies have
compelled the Russians to retire from
Hungary. Russian armies on the
south side of the Carpathians would
have to be supplied thru the long and
difficult defiles, and maintaining their
position in the face of the Austrians
and the powerful reinforcements the
Germans have sent would be a ticklish
business. But a look at the map will
show what tremendous progress the
Russians have made in the war. They
have entirely overrun Galicia and
Bukowina, which two provinces are
almost as large as the state of Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, and are giving their opponents
a hard fight to keep them out of Hun Hungary.
gary. Hungary. Germany and Austria were
not expecting any such a result to
eight months of war.
MR. TERRELL'S GOOD MOVE
A special to the Tampa
from Tallahassee says:
A problem that has confronted the
state for some time is that of caring
for the many ..wayward girls that from
time to time are reported to various
courts and charitable institutions.
Much discussion has been heard on
plans to care for' these girls, and the
bill introduced today seems to offer a
solution for the problem.
fy" Mr. Terrell of Webster: A bill
to be entitled an act creating the
Florida -Industrial School for Girls, to
designate the manner in which girls
may be placed and detained- in said
institution, to provide for the appoint appointment
ment appointment of a board of managers, to in indicate
dicate indicate the plan of management, and
to make an appropriation to carry out
the purposes of this act.
The Children's Home Society of
Jacksonville has been an advocate of
such an institution as called for in
Mr. Terrell's bill, and other influen influential
tial influential members of both houses express
themselves as favoring the measure.
The industrial school would serve
as a house of correction, certain rules
being laid down in the proposed law
for sentencing waywards to the insti institution,
tution, institution, where domestic science and
useful occupations wculd be taught.
Church workers all over the state
endorse the plan and it is believed it
will be speedily passed and become a
Blitchton, April 14.
lagher and Richie of
Messrs. Gal Gal-Ocala
Ocala Gal-Ocala were
Mr. J. W. -Coulter motored to Ocala
Mrs. S. H. Blitch, Mrs. B. R. Blitch
and Miss Legie Blitch motored to Or Orange
ange Orange Lake and Irvine Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Harris of Mor Mor-riston
riston Mor-riston were Sunday callers.
Miss Oda Blitch and Mr. Fenton
One year- in advance. .
Six months, in advance
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
Blitch spent the week-end at Mor-
Dr. H. F. Watt of Ocala was a call-
er last week- a j
Messrs. O. S. Sanders and Leland
Akin stfent Saturday in Ocala.
Miss Legie Blitch spent Monday
and Tuesday in Ocala the guest of
people are taiking new county,
gome R and gome against
Mr& B c BHtch gpent
Sunday at Pleasant Hill,
Belleview, April 14. Miss Edith
Seesee left last Monday night for
Nashville, Tenn., where she will de deliver
liver deliver an address before the B. Y. P. U.
in convention, after which she will
proceed to Cleveland, O., where she
expects to spend the summer.
Mr. Louis Weihe has returned from
a several weeks stay in Palmetto,
where he has been playing checkers
5 wixn some oi ms cottages, moving
. 1 L A
Mr. Charles Oakley is all swelled
up with pride over his success as an
amateur gardener. Some of his sweet
peas are over seven feet high and
Bill Cogswell went "a fishih'" the
other day down in Little Lake Weir.
That plate glass headlight that he
wears in his bosom dazzled an old
time denizen of the deep and he got
so flustered that he run full tilt into
the hooks and with careful handling
was landed in the boat. On one of
the store scales he struck the bal balance
ance balance at eight pounds, sixteen and
three-quarter ounces. Mr. Cogswell
was bewailing the fate that Lou
Schmidt did not catch him when he
was here, but he has marked the spot,
and next year they will go right there
and catch another one.
Mr. Bruce Meffert in his Fordlet
racer was in town last Tuesday and
incidentally revealed the secret of
how he gets such speed out of his car,
by purchasing a bottle of 3 in 1 oil
for lubrication. This 3 in 1 oil is
funny stuff. One day when Bill Mill Mill-som
som Mill-som was clerking in the store, a big
darkey came in with a bad case of
the shakes and said, "Mr. Billy, gim gimme
me gimme one of dem bottles of 3 and 1 chill
and fever cure, quick." Bill caught
the 3 and 1 but in his haste he missed
the chill and fever cure, and he
dashed up to the front of the store,
grabbed a bottle of 3 in 1 oil, hasten hastened
ed hastened back with it and without any ado
the darkey pulled the cork and
downed the contents of the bottle,
paid for it and went out. The next
day he repeated the call. About a
month later he came back and 'said,
"Mr. Billy gimme some more of that
chill and fever cure; its the best I
ever took. Two bottles cured me be be-fo'
fo' be-fo' and I guess dis one stop dem
shakes.! If you don't believe this
story darkey's name upon applica application.
tion. application. Mr. and Mrs. Newton D. Skinner
left for their home in N. Woodstock,
Conn., last Wednesday.
Mrs. Edith Komer and little son
paid a business visit .to Ocala last
-The writer had an' invitation to
take lunch in Ocala with a good look
ing man last Friday. My expected
conveyance failed and I took advant advantage
age advantage of the good nature of Mr. E. L.
Carney to beg a ride into town, and
I am glad that I did for we vied with
each otber in exchanging reminis reminiscences,
cences, reminiscences, among them the dangers of
automobile riding. Mr. Carney had
me on high tension for about fifteen
minutes when he told how he had run
over three men with his car and as he
told how he was bowling swiftly
along the road enjoying the sights of
nature, he detailed at length how he
came to the danger spot and as he
rolled over a culvert he stopped and
upon going to the end and looking in,
he saw three men and he had run
right over all three of them without
knowing it. I almost threw a fit
when the climax was reached.
Mr. Delbert Haskell made his reg regular
ular regular Friday trading trip to Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. Sands Haviland spent
several days at Smith Lake last
week, fishing and otherwise enjoying
Mr. H. Curren, postoffice inspector
with Mr. Doyle, representing the U.
S. Civil Service Commission, were in
town on official business last Monday
An aggravated case of assault and
battery with intent to hit happened
the other day, when three of Belle Belle-view's
view's Belle-view's most respected and aged citi citizens
zens citizens engaged Jn a fisticuff that was
laughable and yet pathetic. Eighty Eighty-four
four Eighty-four years chucked a hammer at seventy-four
years and then rushed in
and grappled, grabbing him by the
throat and otherwise maltreating
him. Sixty years could not resist the
excitement and he also piled on seventy-four
years and for a short while
what the neighbors saw who were
peeking out of windows and doors ;
will furnish gossip for several days, j
or until the next excitement occurs, j
The umpiress declared it a draw.
The whole community is elad to
see Mr. John T. Martin out on the
streets after such a serious illness.
He had just about as narrow a squeak
as anyone could have and live to tell
The Belleview Trading Co. is mak making
ing making alterations in its store to accom
modate a long distance toll line tele- i
phone booth and also an office for the J
rostai leiegrajm-L.aoie v.o., wnicn
will open business about the first of
the coming month.
CALLS FOR A CURFEW
It appears to the writer that this is
a very opportune time for the consid consideration
eration consideration and passage of a "curfew"
law by our council. The seemingly
growing criminal trend of some of our
boys is quite alarming. The violations
committed by certain white boys un under
der under the age of seventeen years within
the past few weeks within the bound boundary
ary boundary of our little city is enough to de
mand the attention of a council of the
character of ours. Lets see ii we
cannot have a law requiring all boys
under the age of seventeen to be off
the streets at home after 9 o'clock in
the evenings (off business as well as as-residential
residential as-residential streets). The boys in a
large number of instances are left to
wander at will, and just as long as
that condition exists, some mother's
fcon is going to be a link in the chain
of guilty ones before our courts and
in our reform school. It seems that
the potential influence of the mother
cannot longer cope with the snares of
the street if the latter has full sway,
and perhaps a law with suitable pen penalties
alties penalties would assist and stimulate a
little moral persuasion and love of
home, and I for one hope that the
council will help give these younger
boys a chance to preserve the char character
acter character that is their birthright. Isn't
the future of the young manhood of
Ocala as a unit worth the trial?
Won't the Woman's Club, our citizens
and other societies endorse it?
McCULLY'S REPORT FOR MARCH
To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners, Ocala, Fla.
Gentlemen: Herewith I submit my
report of work done during the month
of March, 1915:
Demonstrators visited 62; cooperat cooperat-ors
ors cooperat-ors 55; members of Boy's Corn Club
50; other farmers 86; business men
conferred with 50; educators 30;
schools visited 4; speeches made 6;
field meetings 2; letters written 61;
circulars mailed out 45; newspaper
articles written 6; hogs inoculated 78;
miles traveled with train 493; miles
traveled with auto 40.
Very truly yours,
S. J. McCully,
Berlin, Fla. Demonstration Agent.
H. L. Borland of Citra, one of Ma Marion
rion Marion county's most prominent citizens
and well known in horticultural and
agricultural circles throughout the
state, is attending the meeting of the
Florida Horticultural Society here.
Mr. Borland is finding time to greet
his numerous acquaintances while
mingling with the throng of visitors.
He is a guest of the Tampa Bay Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. Tribune.
Tonight Dr. Gross will preach for
the last time in the present series of
meetings in the Methodist church, as
he has to return to his charge in
Ocala. His earnest and scriptural
messages have scored a blessing and
inspiration to the church and it is
wished that he could remain until the
close of the revival. Clearwater Sun.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
E. C. Jordan & Co.
219 WEST BROADWAYI
("Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
22c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Crder will have
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak'9 Wagon Shop.
. wood i
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(Continued from Yesterday)
"Mon dier," shrilled an excited
voice, and Gilbert Blye found himself
confronted by the decorative French
m:u. That excited individual sur surveyed
veyed surveyed Gilbert Blye's sleek black Van Vandyke
dyke Vandyke and tweaked at his own and sud suddenly
denly suddenly threw up both hands and began
lu that same moment Sneaky Tavis
rnmrlit ur with the electric coupe and
scrambled on the step and hung his
thick arms in at the door.
"Huh huh-huh huhl" Sneaky in informed
formed informed her. strangling for breath and
pulling his arms out of the car.
"I say, what do you want?" insisted
Sneaky pointed backward with his
"Your huh-huh-huh-busband!" he
husked, sucking in all the air in the
car. "Daniel I" And again he point pointed
ed pointed backward with his thumb.
Ilonoria .Blye without a word grab grabbed
bed grabbed her cut glass flower vase and
cracked her expert detective on the
"Bravo! How do you do?"
knuckles. With a parting gasp
dropped off backward.
Where was June while so many peo people
ple people were so busy about her? In a
horse cab, with Marie and the clothes,
far down near the East river, where.
In full sight of all the barges and all
the grimy shipping, they found a slice
of a house, so narrow that it should
have had a weathervane to keep It
headed into the wind. It was three
stories high and blackened with age.
but there were geraniums and a cheer cheerful
ful cheerful light in the downstairs front win
dews. This was where the elevator
boy's mother lived, and It was as clean
inside as it was grimy out She had a
floor to let, furnished, two rooms and
a real bath, tin and considerably dent dented,
ed, dented, but kept fresh painted in spotless
"You say you want it quiet," said
she, "and my son Sammy sent you
here? Well, my husband, before lie
died, was the most popular policeman
on the force, and the whole depart
ment, darlin Is your friends."
OR a moment June hesitated be before
fore before the door of an employ employment
ment employment agency next morning,
and then she sharply beat
down her reluctance. People who have
made up their minds to be independent
and to earn their own way in life must
have no timidity. She turned the knob
with sudden boldness and opened it:
then she smiled at her own sensitive sensitiveness
ness sensitiveness as she stood before a pleasant
faced woman, in the corner of whose
eyes, however, there was a veiled
sharpness which June did not see.
A very pretty woman came in as
June turned to go away, and with her
was a little girl of great beauty. June
hesitated as she heard the word "gov
erness." The woman at the desk
smiled to June. The newcomer fol
lowed that smile and herself smiled at
June. The little girl had been study studying
ing studying June frankly out of round eyes.
I like you." she said, with startling
candor; then the employment agency
woman laughed, and pretty Mrs. Wiles
laughed. June dimpled.
"I like you. too." she acknowledged.
The employment agency woman roe
"Mrs. Murdock is listed as a gov
erness," she observed, and June wine
ed at her new name. How queer this
all seemed! "Perhaps you would like
to have a little chat."
Mrs. Wiles and .Tune Moore Warner
junu tsuy .inn uoefs. vrcre utiu a.rrrv
able to that suggestion, particularly
since little Dolly Wiles had appropri appropriated
ated appropriated June apparently for keeps. They
sat in one of the cozy corners, and
when June rose she was engaged. Mrs.
Wiles was a most appealing woman.
All three were perfectly happy as
they left the office and rode in Mrs Mrs-Wiles'
Wiles' Mrs-Wiles' victoria up Fifth avenue to one
of those wide, clean streets which lead
off from Central iark.
a dio -,n;i a nan rrom rne avenue
' they stopped before a new looking
apartment bouse with an imjKjsing en
: trance, and a hungry looking doorman
bowed his regular bow, and a hungry
looking elevator man shot them sky skyward.
ward. skyward. A duplex apartment. June had nev never
er never seen one before, and its utility was
a puzzle to her then, a it was for
many a long day afterward.
After luncheon a nap for Dolly, and
then a romp in the p-irk. Holler skat skating.
ing. skating. June's foot was nearly as small
a Dol!y"s. and the child, after she had
thoroughlv exhausted herself, insisted
I that June try. It was a pretty little
deceit which was put on Dolly. June
strapped on the skates and was timid
and helpless and altogether charming
until Dolly had laughed herself weak:
then June suddenly straightened up
and skated away like the expert that
she was. whereat Dolly was more
pleased than ever, and a voice from
the roadway, a suave and pleasant
"BravoT Gilbert Blye! He was
smiling. June was confused. She
whisked off tbe skates.
"You seem to have all the Accom Accomplishments,"
plishments," Accomplishments," went on Blye. stepping
down from his luxurious limousine.
"Ilello. young lady'." He held out
his hand to Dolly Wiles with a famil familiarity
iarity familiarity permissible to the very young
and to the very old of femininity, and
the child took it hesitantly, with a shy
upward glance at June. Her big gray
eyes widened, however, as they fell
on the limousine. She dropied the
hand and ran fcrward to the machine.
"What a lovely car!" she exclaimed,
patting it on its smooth, swelling side.
"Just the kind mother wants, but dad
dy says we can t afford it."
Blye laughed lightly. "Would you
like a spin around the park in it." he
suggested, "you and your playmate
here?" And he bowed.
Dolly, jumping up and down, was al already
ready already tugging s;t the door handle, and
Blye, laughing, opemd it for her. Dol
ly gave a cry of positive joy as she
saw the rich interior, and" she was
among the soft cushions in an instant.
"You haven't much choice," said the j
low voice of Blye. and he held the door
open for June.
."This once." Ami she looked him
squarely in the eye. lie smiled.
June was thoughtful aU through that
delicious twenty minutes of riding.
Blye his dark tace haunted her. An Another
other Another face came to her Ned! A great
wave of houiesh kness swept over her.
They made their adieus rather hasti hastily
ly hastily to Blye. for their time was a little
more than up. i
Just before dinner was called Mr.
Wiles came home, and June happened
into the library. It was Dolly's favor favorite
ite favorite storeroom for toys, hooks and every everything
thing everything else. Mrs. Wiles ln called her
Woozly was sitting on thcarm of her
husband's chair, her arm around hi
neck and his chin in the palm of her
hand. With th other hand she was
twisting a lock of his hair over and
over her finger, and she was most dis distinctly
tinctly distinctly and obviously wheedling him
for money! His voice was low and
protesting with as much sternness as
a man can use when he is being charm charmed
ed charmed into docility. Woozly Wiles was
locking the money in her little inlaid
desk when June next saw her.
They were going out after dinner.
There was some talk about ordering a
car, and it needed but one word to give
Dolly a start. The luxurious limou limousine
sine limousine of the black Vandyked man was
the whole of her text. She rattled on
and on .ami on about it. and as she
talked Hie pretty face of Mrs. Wiles
grew more and more tlistressed.
"Harry, dear." she said. "Dolly and
I want a limousine! Please!"
Dolly clapped her hands.
"After that limousine again," he gay gay-ly
ly gay-ly commented. "Not now. Woozly.
Business is too bad."
"I don't like business," she laughed.
"It's a mean old thing, isn't it, Dolly?
"Get thee behind me. Woozly." The
man still laughed, but he began to look
very seriously at his charming wife,
"You'd get anything out of a man."
And his laugh was half vexed, alto altogether
gether altogether admiring.
Pretty Mrs. Wiles accepted that com
pliment prettily, but June, as she slip slipped
ped slipped out of the library unobserved, was
hurt for the woman, for herself, for
her kind, as her face betrayed. Here
it was again the endless, almost un unvarying
varying unvarying story of the woman dependent
on the man's bounty and. in this case.
getting all she could out of him. j
Ned and his detectives on that day
were down in the neighborhood of the
Hotel Daniel scouring the district inch
by inch, as it were, for some trace of
the runaway bride, and wherever they
went a small, flat nosed boy with one;
soiled newspaper under his arm sleuth sleuthed
ed sleuthed after them, slinking from tree to
tree and from doorway to doorway.
Little Dolly Wiles awoke in the night
to become aware of a light in the low lower
er lower floor of the duplex apartment Dad Daddy!
dy! Daddy! He was at work in the library, as
he always was late at night here re recently.
cently. recently. Dolly felt herself privileged to
say good night to daddy, so she slipped
out and put on her bedroom slippers
and her pretty little lounging robe and
June heard her go and dressed In like
fashion. Harry Wiles had his books
spread out before him and a pen be behind
hind behind his ear.
"Daddy, are you going to get mother
a limousine r
The man glanced over at his books
and ran his hand across his brow.
"Well. I promised mother tonight,"
he admitted, with reluctance, and his
face grew grave.
tlcody!" The little girl clapped her
"But will it be a nice big limousine?
"Not an extraordinarily big one. Just
a proper sized limousine for little girls
HL- run and mother. Oh. come in.
Mrs. Wiles in a stunning negligee
stood in the library door.
"You want Dolly, of course." she said
to June. "She's a born prowler,
Dolly smacked her father a parting
"Daddy says It won't be a big limou limousine,
sine, limousine, mother, but it'll have silk tassels,
and it will be a limousine anyhow.
May we have a red headed chauffeur
and a chow dog?"
(Continued on Page Three)
WHEN YOU BUY A WATCH OR A CLOCK YOU WANT TO KNOW
FIRST THAT IT KEEPS THE RIGHT TIME
YOU WANT IT TO BE UP-TO-DATE.
YOU WANT THE PRICE RIGHT
A. E. BURNETT
OCALA'S RELIABLE JEWELER
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AND INSECTS OUT, BUT IT WILL MAKE IT HARD HARDER
ER HARDER FOR YOU TO DRIVE THEM OUT.
BUY OUR NEW SCREENS AND SCREEN WIRE
THIS WILL MAKE HOME LOCK PRETTY. THEN
YOU CAN BE SAFE FROM THESE DISEASE-BEARING
PESTS AND BE COMFORTABLE.
PHONE 1 18,
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Shipping of Freight,
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DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
For tickets and information call on Atlantic C xne Ticket A pent, of
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., J- G. KJRKLAND. D. P. A.,
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 TV. H. McConn. Mon.
Wed. Thur. Ira.
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Our Time -pieces
Everything we sell
Superior to Plaster
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ft n nfl rs3
If your car needs PAINTING see
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nr-i cave pajRt bills Price $1.00.
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203 N. Main St. Phone '123
B I i if
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1913.
LOUIS R. CHAZAL & SONS CO.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
f OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone IOC)
SEND YOUR BOY TO CAMP MUCOSO
ON LAKE WEIR
Under the Personal Direction of ROY B. BOWERS and V.
II. CASSKLS, Assisted by Competent Helpers
TUTORING. MOTORING, CANOEING, FISHING, BASEBALl,
BASKETBALL AND SWIMMING
Only Boys Camp in Florida. For Pamphlet and Further
4 Ocala Steam Laundry
VtflNDSOR HOTEL AND PARK
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLANS
A. F. WILSON, MGR. T. M. WILSON, PROP.
ROOM AND BATH FOR A
Restaurant with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
KLKCTKIC ELEVATOR SEIIVICF; PHONES IN ALL ROOMS
LOUIS M. L1
The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND BATH FOR A
fie Commercial Bank
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository
Ttic Management ol DR. McCLANE
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving ot the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance' between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's staiids.
Larger Quarters, More Fnlly Equipped ?md will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Uqes
HOURS? 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333
Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of urs. Let us
have your custom we deserve it.
CDcala Ice & PacMeg Co.
P. O. Box 173
This is our
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear or tear. Call and see
do the work.
Phone 101 402-104 South Main St.
DOLLAR AND A HALF
DOLLAR AND A HALF
Ocala Golf Team Will Plav the Jack-! GARDNER-TURNER
sonville Team I
Mr. Barnev G. Gardner and Miss
An interesting event of next Satur- M Turnr were married this
day will be a match game played in : forenoon bv Jud;?e w. E Smith at his
Jacksonville on the links of the Jack- in courthousc the ceremonv
sonville Country Club between a heing witnessed bv a few f riends of
team of the Ocala Country Club and
, , , the couple,
a team of that club. Composing the; ,,i:-
, 5 The marriage is a culmination of a
Ocala team wall be: Messrs. Clarences ,
i romance began m the blue grass reg reg-Camp,
Camp, reg-Camp, Frank Drake, Herbert Lattner, j r , t-
Stephen Jewett, Phil Robinson, R. C.
Camp, J. M. Thomas, I. F. Bennett
and L. W. Duval. The members are
planning to reach Jacksonville in
time to have one or two practice
games before the tournament.
The semi-final or fourth round in 1
the 18-hole match play handicap com-!
petition for the cup presented by Mrs.
D. M. Smith will be played by Ralph
Robinson vs. John Chazal or Herbert
Lattner; S. Jewett vs. V. S. Hilands.
Miss Jean Austin is spending this i
week with Mrs. I. F. Bennett.
Little Miss Mildred Bullock ils ill
with fever at the home of her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bullock.
J gustine, where the company will be
Miss Meta Jewett is in Lakeland, I engaged for the coming few weeks
the guest of her brother, Mr. Sanford j putting on its splendid line of amuse amuse-Jewett
Jewett amuse-Jewett and family. ments for the Jefferson theater.
After completing the St. Augustine
Mrs. J. C. Caldwell entertained yes- engagement, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner
terday at her cozy home on E. Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha aven'ie at a lovely little lunch luncheon,
eon, luncheon, her guests including three dear
friends of ante-bellum days, Mrs. S.
E. Waterman, Mrs. J. II. Bailey and
Mrs. Fannie Tucker. The hospitality
of the hostess gave great pleasure to
the trio of guests.
Mrs. Daisy Deklt- Crow, after
spending the winter with her brothers,
Mr. Robert Dekle of Florida avenue
and Mr. Sliff Dekle of Swann avenue,
and their families, is now in Ocala on
a short visit. She will leave thr last
of the week for Macon, where ?he will
spend some time. Tribune.
Mrs. Crow is the guest of her cous cousin,
in, cousin, Mrs. C. E. Winston.
Mr. A. C. Hamrick, of Daytona,
state organizer for the Maccabees of
the World, is in the city for a few
davs with Mrs. Hamrick, who is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. E. J. Crook.
Mrs. B. WT. Blount, formerly of this
city but now of. Jacksonville, has been
elected president of the West River Riverside
side Riverside Mother's Club. The election was
The young ladies' class of the
Methodist Sunday school of which
Miss Sallie Bird Young is the capable you comfortably and the ladies of the
president, will meet this evening at W. C. T. U. will welcome you most
the home of Mrs. M. E. Ervin to pack cordially. No collection,
a box to be sent to the Methodist Or- 5
phanage at Enterprise for the eight- LAKE WEIR YACHT CLUB
year-old girl that the class clothes.
Each member of the class has made Eastlake, Fla., April 12, 1915.
an article for the box. The Saturday night dances at the
club house will be continued until fur fur-Rev.
Rev. fur-Rev. J. G. Glass is in Tampa attend- ther notice. It has been decided to
ing the State Horticultural Society meet at the club house every Saturday
meeting and wThile in that city is the ; at 6 o'clock for a picnic supper fol-
guest of Mrs. Glass' brother-in-law lowed by dancing and cards,
and sister, Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Cor-; The Thursday afternoon teas will
nish. Mr. Glass will return home to- also be continued until further notice,
morrow. David S. Woodrow,
Mrs. E. A. Hickson of Micanopy :
will conclude tomorrow a short visit Subscribe for your magazines at
to her sister, Mrs. T. M. Moore. The Murray Company. 3t
Ladies day at the Country jClub
was enjoyed yesterday by quite a
few of the members who took ad advantage
vantage advantage of the beautiful day to spend
several hours golfing. Miss Louise
Gamsby, who made the best score,
was awarded two golf balls, which
were given by Mrs. Annie Waldo
VanDeman, the gracious hostess
serving tea and wafers in the club's,
attractive tea room at the conclusion
of the rounds.
W. H. Wilson will soon be joined by
his family, who are now temporarily
stopping at Buena Vista. The Wil Wilsons
sons Wilsons have rented a cottage on Twelfth
street, Mr. "Wilson having gone in
business for himself in Miami. Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis. Of interest to many will be the fol following
lowing following from the Miami Metropolis,
Miss McKey having visited in Ocala
several years ago: "Miss Lillian Jor-
don McKey of Valdosta, Ga., is un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly one of the most attractive
visitors who has been to Miami this
season. Miss McKey is dividing her
time between Mrs. Ralph Wothington
and Mrs. Harry Tuttle, residents of
Fort Dallas Park. She has also en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a delightful trip to Havana.
Mrs. James H. Montgomery of Buena
Vista, has hastened to extend the hos hospitality
pitality hospitality of her home to Miss McKey.
Mrs. Montgomery is giving this aft-!
ernoon a delightful auction bridge
party to which she has invited a large
and charming coterie of guests."
Mrs. H. A. Ford has gone to Macon
to enjoy a visit of several weeks with
her daughter, Mrs. R. T. Birdsey.
Bishop Cameron Mann has gone to
Kansas City to conduct the funeral
of William R. Nelson, editor of the
Kansas City Star. Bishop Mann re recently
cently recently was called to Kansas City to
see him and when he left the dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished editor was improved.
'Concluded on Fourth Page)
Gardner, whose home is in Floral, Ky.,
became acquainted with Miss Turner
while in her home town, Winchester,
with the Dixie Amusement Company,
and ever since then Dan Cupid has
f been playing pranks with the hearts
of the young couple.
Mr. Gardner's work with the
amusement company, which has been
connected with the Temple theater in
this city for the past month, has been
uch that he could not absent himself
to eo to Kentucky for his promised
bride, so Miss Turner came to Ocala
iney are at present stopping at tne
Colonial Hotel and will leave tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning over the Daylight Route
on the Oklawaha river for St. Au-
will make a trip to their old Kentucky
home to receive the congratulations
of their friends.
W. C. T. U. PROGRAM
Friday Evening, 7:30 O'Clock, at the
Scripture reading, Phil. 4:8.
Piano solo Miss Mabel Aiken.
"A Voice from School, Church and
State" Mrs. Cassels, W. T. Gary and
II. C. Packham.
Recitation, "What to Drink"
Frances Green of L. T. L.
Vocal sole Mr. Frank Gates.
Reading Mrs. F. R. Bridges.
Instrumental selection Miss Dor-
rromoition fceng ol
-Reading, "The Drunkard's W'ife"
Mrs. Frank Wetherbee.
Vocal solo Mrs. John H. Taylor.
Everyone cordially invited. Ushers
from the various churches will seat
With purchase of 1 worth of
With purchase of one pound
package of VOTAN COFFEE for
N. MAGNOLIA ST.
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAL1IERS
Floe Caskets and Dnrial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-mers
mers Embal-mers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 104
a V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office .45
(Continued from Second Page)
"It depends on what color upholstery
your mother .selects." grinned her fi-
ther as his pretty wife took Dolly
place on the arm of the chair.
"There's only one kind of upholstery
In the Beaver cars." laughed Mrs.
Wiles, pinching her husband's ear.
"Really. Harry. I've been wondering
if It isn't a waste of money to buy as
cceap a umousine as mat. i u ramer
wait until you can afford one that will
bo more substantial.
"I know your tricks." commented her
husband. "Really. Woozly, I positive positively
ly positively cannot afford an expensive car.
"Harry T That wheedling tone echoed
in June's ears as she skipped upstairs
with Dolly, and she knew that the
cheap little Beaver car would noi
stand in front of the Wiles' door.
It did not. A good car brought Mrs.
Wiles home the very next day.
Mrs. Ned Warner had been made tre tremendously
mendously tremendously thoughtful by the affairs of
the little Wiles family. There was
something wrong In the custonfc which
made this condition possible. What
wa3 it? The position of donor and
recipient. Neither the man nor the
woman was really to blame. It was
custom. And June knew what Mrs.
Wiles would not admit to herself, if
she suspected it. that the man was be being
ing being constantly wheedled beyond his
Mrs. Wiles affected even to herself
that hi3 constant resistance toward ex expenditure
penditure expenditure was the normal attitude of
a man toward the domestic spending
of money. It was the woman's busi business
ness business to get all she could and the man's
The crash came sooner than June had
expected. On the next evening after
the limousine had come home there
I I t .1 fflj A
Another Face Came to her. Ned!
walked into the house a grim jawed,
hard eyed until of forty-nve. on whose
suit case were pasted foreign labels.
"Hello. Hakerf exclaimed Wiles,
"A little iersonal business." And
Baker seated bimself.
"How's the Loudon branch?" asked
Wiles by way of making conversation.
"Doing very uicely." was the curt re reply,
ply, reply, and Baker shook hands with Dolly.
By and by the voices of the men rose
as they became more interested in
their conversation, and there floated
up to June an emphatic speech of
Baker's which she could not help bear bearing.
ing. bearing. "You're spent itT Baker's word
were clean cut. "In my absence of a
year and a half you've overdrawn your
account $50,000. Fifty thousand dol dollars
lars dollars was the exact amount of your in investment.
vestment. investment. That makes us quits. You'll
turn over your share of the business
to me Immediately."
"But that leaves me without a cent,
without an Income!" worried Wilea.
He had no blame for his partner, nor
was he as much crushed as he bad ex expected
pected expected to be. "I have a wife and a
child, you know. Baker. I could no
more refuse them anything than 1 could
refuse bread to a starving child."
"That's, the trouble." Baker's voice
was not harsh. It was simply cold.
"You've spoiled them. A wife should
be a help to a man. and most of them
would if they were given a chance.
You made a toy of yours."
The next morning Mrs. Wiles came
up to June. She had been crying, but
there was a light in her eyes which
was good to see.
"1 am very sorry." she said simply.
"We have had a business reverse, and
we shan't be able to keep you. The
fact of the matter is that we don't bajv
pen to have a cent In the house. 1
took all of Harry's pocket money yes-
terflav. ami I snoiit it vesterdav after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. 1 I I that isn't quae tne
truth," she suddenly blurted out "We
are absolutely broke. We haven't any
money at all."
It hurt June to part with them. She
had liked them all, and vrhen the little
girl hung around her neck they cried
together, all three June, and Mrs.
Wiles and Dolly.
Halfway tip to the avenue June,
walking along and dabbing her eyes
occasionally, was confronted by some
"Which way?" he asked.
"To the employment office," she told
him. and showed him ber little purse
with a laugh.
"It's a shame that a pretty girl like
you has to worry about money.' And
his coal black eyes gazed down at her
He tried to detain her. Catching ber
gently by the arm. he tried to urse her
into his car, using all the persuasive persuasiveness
ness persuasiveness of his eyes and his smile and his
suave courtesy, but she was oMaratp.
Suddenly he jumped Into his limou limousine
sine limousine and whirled away. He was at
the employment agency before June
reached it. and he had a cordial chat
with the emplo uent agency woman.
He banded her an address and went
June was dellgbted when she secured
an opening quickly ana started out
immediately for the place. For a mo moment
ment moment June felt an intense dislike to the
ugly looking bouse at the address siren
her aDd all that it might contain; then.
lamhnr at her own fancies, she strode
( V. )
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We use the best of everything that goes to giving absolute satisfac satisfaction.
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W : 1 I I I f 1 f I
ceived from the use of Thedford's Black-Draught," writes
Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.
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liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draught
saved my little girl's life. When she had the--measles,
they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's
Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no
more trouble. I shall never be without
in my home. For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi dizziness,
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If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- O
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T iT ,T J- ,T iT
1 iJ iJ fc
up the steps and rang tne Dell. Tne
door swung open siVentl. but no one
appeared. Wondering. Jane walked
In, and the door slammed behind her.
Two minutes later Gilbert Blje walk walk-ed
ed walk-ed up the steps, took a key from his
pocket, inserted it Into the lock and
(To Be Continued.)
QUICKLY TO SLOAN'S
You can't prevent an attack of
rheumatism from coming on, but you
can stop it almost immediately.
Sloan's Liniment gently applied to the
sore joint or muscle penetrates in a
few minutes to the inflamed spot that
causes the pain. It soothes the hot,'
tenaer, swollen leeimg, ana m a very
short time brings a relief that is al almost
most almost unbelievable until you xperience
it. Get a bottle of Sloan? Liniment
for 25c of any.druggist and have it in
the house against colds, sore and
swollen joints, lumbago, sciatica and
like ailments. Your money back if
not satisfied, but it does give almost
instant relief. Adv. Tues. Thur, Fri.
We now have on hand a full line of
j stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,.
1 J 1
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. II. Christian. 14-2m
Court Pharmacy ;v
II A f! 1
wonderful benefit I have re
proves its value. Good for
r,"" ri ""I r
iJ tjk -w v.- W i-
(Made in Marion Coimty,
Florida, U. S A.)
222c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice k Packing Co
CARPENTER AND PI ILDEK
Careful Estimate? 74r.de or. all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives More and Better
Work fcr the Money than Ary Other
Contractor in the City.
OCA LA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1915.
1 : - v-
For Velvet Ice Cream Phone 525. tf
Baseball goods at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 3t
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Norris Box Candies at the Court j
Pharmacy are the best made. 19-tf.
" Sons of Confederate Veterans meet
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. Ti.eyni
know what you mean.
W. K. Lane, 31. D., Physician and
Burgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, No so
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Mr. Herbert Lattner is a business
visitor to Jacksonville, going up this
, First of he season Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
Smoke Cuban Gub, 5c Cigar.
The drugs used in our prescription
department are the best to be had,
and ACCURACY is our watchword.
The Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
f Mr. H. R. Dehon, one of the new
proprietors of the Ocala Bottling
Works, has rented the house on Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha avenue just east of Mrs. Maude
. Home's residence and when he re
in a few days from Albany,
Ga., accompanied by his famhy, will
Hats specially priced $5, at
Dempsey Hat Shop. 15-1 1
Last night the clerks of the differ different
ent different departments of the H. B. Masters
Company's store observed their an annual
nual annual custom of a chicken purlo on the
vacant lot by the Ocala Grocery Co.
There were ..about twenty-two present
and -among.) the number were a few
who are adepts in .the art of cooking
ehicken. and with numerous side dish dish-stan4?.iiQt
stan4?.iiQt dish-stan4?.iiQt coffee -there .was a. feast
that al-present -did ample justice ; to.
There were pictures taken of the
party, in all kinds of poses, some hold holding
ing holding live chickens, others while eating
and many other scenes of the eve evening's
ning's evening's pleasures. There was singing
and card games, after which the party
dispersed until the next "purlo time."
f A. .large shipment of JNcrris Candies
jtsjreceived at the,. Court .Pharmacy.
Nir.. better made, ir rt 19-tf
.,rflAkeGuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Globe-Wernicke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. 3t
BUSINESS FOR SALE
A splendid mercantile business, in including
cluding including groceries, furniture, dry dry-goods,
goods, dry-goods, etc., in large country town,
with fine surrounding territory, for
sale at a bargain. Will invoice about
$5,000, but can be reduced 'if party
does not want to invest that much.
Did $28,000 business last year. Own Owner's
er's Owner's health is failing and must get
out. If interested, call on or write
the Ocala Star. 3-26-lm
. We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed :orn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
A SLUGGISH LIVER
Let your liver get torpid and you
are in for a spell of misery. Every Everybody
body Everybody gets an attack now and then.
Thousands of people keep their livers
active and healthy by using Dr. King's
New Life Pills. Fine for the stomach,
too. Stop the dizziness, constipation,
biliousness and indigestion. Clear the
blood. Only 25c at your druggist. Ad.
Tues, Thurs Fri.
Baseball goods at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 3t
NO THING 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 Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed.
;Mrs. J. Boroff, 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
quick to relieve a cough or cure a
cold." For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
W HOOFING COUGH
Well everyone knows the effect of
pine forests on coughs. Dr. Bells's
Pine-Tar-Honey is a remedy which
brings quick relief for whooping
cough, loosens the mucous, soothes
the lining of the throat and lungs, and
makes the coughing spells less severe.
A family with growing children should
.'not be without it. Keep it handy for
Hall coughs and colds. 25c. at' your
druggist. -Adv. Tues, Thur, Fri.
, Victrolas and records at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. -;,3t
Smoke Cuban Clul, 5c .Cigar.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
(Continued from First Page)
Two colored men from St. Peters
school called and made request for a
new school building to be erected on
a lot proposed to be deeded to the
board. It being known that there was
opposition to this location it was or ordered
dered ordered that the supervisor be in instructed
structed instructed to call a meeting of all of
the patrons for the purpose of com
Hng to an agreement as to the loca-
tion of the proposed new building, and
to make report at the next meeting
of the board.
Proposals were presented from Levi
Alexander for doing certain w,ork of
repairs and building at Howard Acad Academy.
emy. Academy. It was agreed that he should
be authorized to raise the north side
of the old building, re-build the steps
and put in three brick piers for $20.
A request from Albert O. Harriss
for a portion of the insurance busi business
ness business of the board, was presented and
filed for information and future ref reference.
erence. reference. A proposal from H. W. Tucker for
the electric wiring of the new build building
ing building at Citra was presented and it was
ordered to take the matter up with
In the matter of a petition from
the patrons of the Shady community
to be allowed to use their school house
for religious services iVwas agreed to
allow this with the understanding
that there should be no abuse of
school property and that the commun community
ity community should be responsible for any
A request from a school to use the
closing day as a picnic Was presented
and the secretary was directed to
write them that this conflicted with
the ruling of the board and that the
use of the last day for other than
legitimate school purposes did not
meet the sanction of the board. It is
recommended that the entire school
time be used for the regular school
work and the special occasions be
held after the expiration of the school
A letter was presented from Mrs.
Mary E. Rou asking that a warrant
of the Ocala district for, $800 which
comes due in the latter part of April
be taken up with interest, It was.
directed that she be written that ar arrangements
rangements arrangements would be made to take it
up. -- -:
Resignation of Mr. O. H. Rogers as
supervisor of Key Pond school was
presented and accepted. It iwas agreed
to ask him to call the patrons to together
gether together to recommend a successor.
A proposal of Collier Bros, to fur furnish
nish furnish fire extinguishers for the school
buildings twas presented and ordered
filed, for information. j ; ;p:-r
Program of Southern -Educational
Conference received and, filed., vt-ijr
Supt. Brinson reported to the board
the work of the recent conference oi
school officers and high school prin principals
cipals principals attended by him at Live Oak.
A proposal from Orange Springs
school to operate, the school for one
more month if the board would pay
$15 of the salary, was presented and
declined by the board.
A petition was presented from the
patrons of the Grahamville school
asking that Miss Mary Nash be re reappointed
appointed reappointed for teacher for the next
term. Petition was granted.
A request from the trustees that "J.
M. Feagle be contracted with as
principal of the Citra school for the
coming term at $100 per month was
A request for an increase of $5 per
month in the salary of the Rock Sink
colored school was refused.
It was reported to the board that
the desks in the Capulet school house
had been moved to a church to be
used. It was agreed that in this case
they could remain until time for open opening
ing opening school when they must be replac replaced
ed replaced in as good condition as when re removed.
moved. removed. v
A petition was presented from the
patrons of the colored school at Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon asking for the reappointment
of the principal of last term which
Mr. G. W. Neville called and filed
with the -board a request for the ap appointment
pointment appointment of the same teachers as
last year with the exception of one
who was married.
The board upon request of the Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick trustees agreed to pay Miss
Mary Hamilton $50 for the last
month of work in finishing the term
instead of her former salary of $40.
The following bills were ordered
paid from county funds: Orange
Brooks, for digging up trees at dor dormitory,
mitory, dormitory, $4.40; Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas,
for office help, $10.50; Aaron Rack Rack-ard,
ard, Rack-ard, for post for dormitory garden,
$4.50; Elizabeth Thomas, for office
help, $10.50; H. Thompson, for clear clearing
ing clearing land for dormitory, $10; Mrs. E. J.
Cardy, for interest to March 1, $28;
Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas, for office help
$10.50; same again, $10.50; Mrs. Car Carolyn
olyn Carolyn Moorehead, for salary for can canning
ning canning club demonstrator, $37.50; G; S.
Scott, for service on board, $8; B. R.
Blitch, for same, $11.20; J. S. Gran Grantham,
tham, Grantham, for same, $11.80; J. H. Brin Brinson,
son, Brinson, for postage, $9.15; Express, $.90;
office, supplies, $.45; traveling expense
to t superintendent's convention at
Live Oak, $14.36; total, $24. 85; J. H.
Brinson, for salary for March, $150;
Ocala Telephone Company, for service
$4.70; Jno. M. Graham, for treasurer's
commission $117.70; Commercial Bank
treasurer, $88.50, same for interest
on general school warrants held in
bank, $517.31; T. Needham, for plumb plumbing
ing plumbing work on Ocala Primary building,
$89; J. W. Akin & Co., for plumb plumbing
ing plumbing repairs on dormitory, $2.15; Es Esther
ther Esther A. Williams, for traveling ex expenses
penses expenses for March, $6.30; E. A. Polly,
for account of Frank Moses for work
on Shady school house, $1.50; Ocala
Lumber & Supply Co., for lumber for
dormitory garden fence, $10.08; Frank
Henserly, for work on said fence,
$11.63; Underwood Typewriter Co., for
office machine, $8.50; O. K. Teapot
Grocery Co., for groceries for domes domestic
tic domestic science department for Ocala High
school, $12.50; Florida Power Co., for
cutting and fixing wires on right of
way for moving old school house at
Dunnellon, $10; M. J. Thomas for su supervising
pervising supervising work on Citra building, $58. $58.-33;
33; $58.-33; Mclver & MacKay for incidental
supplies for Howard Academy, $6.97;
same for paint and oil for Wacula
colored school, $6; same for black blackboard
board blackboard paint, $4.75; Frank B. Gates for
portable electric lamp for office, $2.25;
Marion Hardware Co., for pipe for gas
connection for the domestic science
department of Ocala High School,
$42.37; H. B. Masters Co., for ten
Royal ovens for domestic science de department
partment department of high school, $17.50; same
for shovel and wire nails for dormi dormitory,
tory, dormitory, $2.65; Ocala Star for 1000 appli application
cation application blanks, $6; same for minutes,
$2.50; Ocala Banner same $2.50; Mrs.
O. L. Batchelder, for interest on war warrants,
rants, warrants, $52.50; W. J. Edwards for in interest
terest interest on warrants $43.75; Hocker &
Mgrtin for attorney's fees for past
year, $150; Van Boney for auto hire
for board for inspection trip to Fes Fes-senden
senden Fes-senden Academy, $5; Mrs. Elizabeth
Thomas, for office help, $10.50; for
teachers salaries, $4031.
The following bills were ordered
paid from district funds: on Ocala to
W. T. Gary, for sundry school ex expenses
penses expenses for April, $150; H. B. Masters
Co., for incidental supplies, $3.80; W.
H. Cassells, for brushes and duster,
$1.75: on Dunnellon to G. W. Neville,
for janitor's salary, $15; same for use
of team, $2; Knight & Strange, for in incidental
cidental incidental supplies, $4.10, Commercial
Bank for redemption of county war warrant
rant warrant No. B420, for interest coupons
on bonds, $175: on Pine Level to E.
L. Redding, for boarding teacher, $5;
on Weirsdale to G.' P. Rast for brooms
$.80: on Citra to H. B. Masters Co.,
for water cooler, $4.50; Ocala Stai
for advertising notice of special leg legislation,
islation, legislation, $6.25; Ocala Banner for same
$6.50: on Buck Pond to Murray Co, for
school supplies, $5.06 : on Candler to
Mclver & MacKay for paint materi material,'
al,' material,' $3.20; on Fort King to Murray Co.
for school books, $1.30; W. J. Young,
for wood and fixing fence, $2: on Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant to Murray Co., for school
supplies, $4.15: on Pedro to R. J.
Perry for work at school house, $2.60:
on Anthony to Clarence Shealy for
janitor's salary, $4.95: on Summerfield
to Tom K. Clyburn for wood, $5.25:
on Homeland to J. F. Parker, for
transporting children for two months,
$45; teacher's salaries paid for dis district
trict district funds $2415.
'. Prof. Cassells, of the Ocala high
school; discussed with the board the
necessity of an extra teacher and the
matter was passed over until the next
The board adjourned for the day.
Wednesday, April 7
The board met at 8 a. m., withvall
members present and acting.
The minutes of the regular session
for the month of March were read and
Mr. G. J. Blitch, president of the
Commercial Bank, called and discuss discussed
ed discussed the finances of the board. The
board agreed to draw a district war warrant
rant warrant on Dunnellon district against the
bond interest fund to take up a coun
ty warrant issued to take up inter interest
est interest coupons amounting to $175.
All matters pertaining to buildings
and repairs were laid over until next
meeting for consideration.
The teachers' reports were examin examined
ed examined and accounts audited and ordered
Mrs. Roberts, matron of the dormi dormitory
tory dormitory called and discussed conditions
with the board.
It was agreed that the board would
investigate the exact rights of the
board of public instruction in the fine
and forfeiture fund under the law
and make demands accordingly.
The treasurer's report for the month
ending March 31, was presented and
showed conditions as follows: for coun county
ty county school funds balance on hand
March 1, $93.08; received from W; L.
Colbert tax colector, on general school
levy for 1914, $8774.20; poll tax reg.,
$220; extra $34; W. V. Knott, comp comptroller,
troller, comptroller, for redemption of tax certifi certificates
cates certificates f or 1914, $12.72; J. H. Brinson,
for sale of Eaton Creek school house,
$15; total $9150.55: total disburse disbursements
ments disbursements $8999.85; balance on hand April
1, 1915, $150.70. On loan fund bal balance
ance balance on hand March 1, $9043.65; dis disbursed
bursed disbursed during March $5500, balance
on hand $3543.63. The following bal balances
ances balances for the sinking fund and inter interest
est interest accounts of the districts were
shown as follows: Ocala, $1776.75;
Dunnellon, $448.98; Citra, $191.62;
The following district balances on
hand of ordinary funds were shown :
Ocala, $157.17; Mcintosh, $103.57;
Belleview, $237.78; Fantville, $20.22;
Dunnellon, $4.96; Reddick, $2.53; Pine
Level, $310.07; Mayville, $59.83;
Weirsdale, $711.63; Citra, $2.72; Gri Gri-ner
ner Gri-ner Farm, $19.10; Buck Pond, $102.53;
Sparr, $14.25; Candler, $440.10; Fel Fellowship,
lowship, Fellowship, $6.68; Electra $32.99, Blitch Blitch-ton,
ton, Blitch-ton, 88.98; Martel, $261.82; Fort
King, $32.76; Capulet, $261.97; Lina Lina-dale,
dale, Lina-dale, $187.52; Cotton Plant, $228.74;
Orange Lake, $182.05; Oak Hill, $12. $12.-77;
77; $12.-77; Moss Bluff, $30.87; Fairfield, $.44;
15. May wheat,
Cottage Hill, $16.33; Charter Oak,
$321.17; Pedro, $80.04; Kendrick, $.74;
Ocklawaha, $148.93; Heidtville, $370. $370.-49;
49; $370.-49; Pleasant Hill, $91.94; Fort McCoy,
$225. 93; Anthony, $121.92; Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, $15.84; Homeland, $6.54; Shiloh,
$.30; total district balances, $4913.65.
The board then went in a body up upon
on upon an official inspection of Fessenden
Academy and found the conditions ex excellent
cellent excellent for the training of the colored
youth in the line of general education
and in the several industrial lines of
farming, blacksmithing, carpentry
the raising of stock and poultry. The
girls were being efficiently trained
in housekeeping with all lines of
cooking and sewing and laundry.
No further business appearing the
board adjourned to meet in regular
session on Tuesday, May 4.
J. H. Brinson, Sec'y.
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 66 47
April 2 .. 61 49 .97
April 3 53 44
April 4 62 37
April 5 72 36 ..
April 6 75 43
April 7 78 53 ..
April 8 80 53
April 9 82 '54
April 10 81 53
April 11 82 55
April 12 80 62
April 13 83 58 .23
April 14 75 57
Fair tonight and Friday except
probably showers on south east coast.
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed- corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
RHEUMATIC PAINS RELIEVED
' 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. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Breeding Minks for Pur.
A contribution to the growing In Industry
dustry Industry oi fur farming has been under undertaken
taken undertaken by the U. S. Biological Survey
in the shape of exporimenu in breed breeding
ing breeding minks fV size, quality of fur and
dispositi n. A mink farm has been
started near Prichard, Idaio, in the
Coeur d'AIene National Forest, and
similar experiments are under way
in the National Zoological Park in
Wish melon. D. C.
YOUR CHILD'S COUGH
IS A CALL FOR HELP
Don't put off treating your child's
cough. It not only saps their strength,
but often leads to more serious ail ailments.
ments. ailments. Why risffl You don't have to.
Dr. King's New Discovery is just the
remedy your child needs. It is made
with soothing, healing and antiseptic
balsams. Will quickly check the cold
and soothe your child's cough away.
No odds how bad the cough or how
long standing, Dr. King's New Discov Discovery
ery Discovery will stop it. Its guaranteed. Just
get a bottle from your druggist and
try it. Adv. Tuse, Thur, Fri.
Florist's Bright IJias.
"The young lady has many admir admirers.
ers. admirers. I wish to send her some flowers
that will cause her to keep me in mind
while she's away." "Well, there's rose rosemary,"
mary," rosemary," said the dealer reflectively.
"That's for remembrance. Or you
might send seme forget-me-nots."
Louisville Courier Journal.
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 Thirsty Oak.
An cak tree of average size, with
700,000 leaves, lifts from the earth
about one hundred twenty-three tons
of water during the five months it is
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." tr sale by all dealers. Adv.
Best Think Softly.
"If blue or depressed, think of a
pretty girl or something equally as
pleasant," advises a doctor. H'm. In
the case of a rcarr ed man it would be
best for him not to do his thinking
out loud. PhUacie t his Tnquirr.
; Dorothy had been with her aunt to
an exhibition of modern paintings,
and he was describing what she had
seen. "What kind of paintings did
you say they were, dear?" asked her
mother. "They were those impres impres-Bionless
Bionless impres-Bionless paintings," said the child-
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
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afternoon made preliminary arrange arrange-Mr.
Mr. arrange-Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Roess have as ments for a May party vvhich will be
their guests the former's mother and held May lst- Xhe meeting was an I
Mbier, .urh. n.oeS3 ana .uiss inian ;
Roess, of Oil City, Pa., who are mak making
ing making them a visit enroute home from
St. Petersburg where they have been
enjoying their annual wintervisit.
Miss Minnie Hussey, of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, a neice of Mrs. G S. Scott, and
a frequent visitor to this city was
hostess to a shower Tuesday in com compliment
pliment compliment to Miss Pearl Morrow, a
bride elect. An interesting feature of
the afternoon, the Metropolis says,
was the miniature bridal party who
entered the drawing room to the
strains of the wedding march.- The
pretty little bride was Miss Nora Hall.
Master John Canepa acted as the
groom and little Miss Dorothy Cardy
made a dainty flower girl.
The bride was perfectly gowned in
each detail, and she carried a show shower
er shower bouquet of white roses and ferns,
which she presented to the honoree,
a number of gifts being attached to
the flowers with narrow white rib ribbons.
bons. ribbons. Mrs. Mary Eagleton and daughter,
Miss Margaret Eagleton, will go to
Tampa Thursday to visit the former's
sister, Mrs. S. G. Moyers.
Misses Rena and Sallie Shepherd
Camp, of Franklin, Va., are the at attractive
tractive attractive guests of their cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Camp, arriving yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. f
The members of the Thursday two
table auction club enjoyed most
pleasantly their games this afternoon
which were held with Miss. Minnie
Gamsby at the home of her sister-in-law,
Mrs. C. L. Gamsby.
Mr. T. H. Harris, who has been in
Florida all winter and for the past
few days in Ocala the guest of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harris,
will leave scon for Duluth, Minn.
Mr. T. H. Shepherd, who has been
visiting his twin brother, Dr. G. C.
Shepherd and family for several!
months, has returned to his home in
m w j
Mrs. Lew Lyons and interesting!
young son ,who have been enjoying
an extended visit to her mother, Mrs.
E. Van Hood, will leave tomorrow for
their home in DesMoines, Iowa. Miss
Marguerite Porter will accompany her
sister and nephew as far as Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, remaining over for a week-end
visit with friends. As Miss Bessye
Porter, Mrs. Lyons was one of
Ocala's prettiest and most popular
girls and her visits to her former
home are a source of pleasure to her
Master Harry Clarkson has a
wound over his right eye caused by
a rock which was unintentionally
thrown in his direction by a child. The
rock made an ugly gash and a stitch
had to be taken.
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Chace and infant
son Richard, returned last night from
Baltimore. Master Chase made his
arrival at Johns Hopkins hospital
last month and since reaching his
permanent home has been the center
of admiration for his little sister,
brother and grandmother.
Miss Eflie Mill3 has a position in
the office of Drs. E. Van Hood and H.
Mrs. J. Walter Hood is steadily re recovering
covering recovering from the effects of her late
Mrs. R. L. Keating, who has been
quite ill for several weeks, is improv improving.
ing. improving. It is rumored that a young lady
clerk in one of Ocala's popular dry
goods houses will be among the June
brides. Ask us no questions.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, April 14. Mr.
Milton Albertson, Misses Woodbury,
Elizabeth Chase and Minnie Albert Albert-son
son Albert-son returned Thursday night from a
trip down the east coast. They made
the trip in an automobile.
Mr. and Mrs. Edson from Con Con-necticut,
necticut, Con-necticut, are here now at Bonnie View.
Mr. Edson bought the George Carey
place west of here and will make a
home there for winter use.
Miss Ethel Carnahan entertained at
cards the following guests last Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night: Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Willard and daughter, Miss Grace,
Miss Hickey and Miss Gates.
Mr. C. S. Gates, who has been so
sick for the past week, we are glad
to report is on the gain. Mr. A. G.
Gates of Ocala has been down here
most every day for the past week to
see his brother, who is sick.
Mrs. C. E. Brown of Webster was
called home last Friday to the bed bedside
side bedside of her sick father.
Mr. M. S. Carnahan accompanied by
his daughter, Miss Ethel, and Misses
Myrtle Hickey, Irene Gates and Flor Florence
ence Florence Schnitzler, motored to Ocala and
Silver Springs last Tuesday.
Miss Adclie Woodbury and Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Chase leave tor their northern
homes Thursday of this week.
When Love Cool.
Many an engagement has been
broken off throua u misunderstanding
each thinking the other had money.
Detroit Jennie I.
OCALA WILL HAVE
MAY DAY CELEBRATION
The civic committee of the Worn-
an's Club at a meeting held Saturday
enthusiastic one and the committee
hopes to make the May
great a success as the
Christmas 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 en-joyrrient
joyrrient en-joyrrient for the entire community.
There will be a parade of decorat decorated
ed decorated 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
singing and dancing around the May
poles after the pretty old English
There will be no charges in connec connection
tion connection with the party except for refresh refreshments
ments refreshments which will be served in booths
at nominal charges. This feature will
be in charge 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 havej
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.
Throne and Decorations Mrs. W.
D. Richey, Mrs. W. A. Knight, Mrs. J.
Refreshments Mrs. A. T. Thomas,
Mrs. J. P. Galloway, Mrs. W. H.
Marsh, Mrs. J. M. Meffert, Mrs. G. J.
Floats and Parade Mrs. L. F. Bla Bla-lock,
lock, Bla-lock, Mrs. H. W. Tucker, Mrs. C. P.
Program Mrs. G. J. Blitch, Miss
Jefferson Bell, Mrs. C. W. Hunter.
May parties ha ve become attractive
features of the civic life in many
Floridav cities. Tampa holds an elab
orate 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 Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, which is maintained as a" play playground
ground playground 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
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.
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 May 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 u'
all to enjoy a holiday together.
WITH THE FRENCH WOUNDED
The Woman's Sacrifice
Paris, Feb. 11th, 8:30 p. m. Away
from the battlefield one sees war
stripped of its glamor. We see the
heroic work of nurses who are on
duty day and night. There is devo devotion,
tion, devotion, self-sacrifice, suffering, patriot patriotism
ism patriotism qualities which only a great
war and its terrible consequences can
inspire to the highest development.
The women everywhere are helping
and everywhere one sees self-sacrifice
and devotion to country.
The women of the United States do
not know how fortunate they are.
Here there are plenty of women who
suffer in silence, whose strength is
out of proportion to their ambition.
Their hands are tied by some chronic
disease common to womankind; that
weak back, accompanied by pain here
or there, extreme nervousness, sleep sleeplessness,
lessness, sleeplessness, maybe fainting spells or
spasms, are all signals of distress for
women. She may be growing from
girlhood into womanhood, passing
from womanhood to motherhood, and
later suffering from that change
which leaves so many wrecks of
women. At any or all of these periods
of a woman's life she shoulcL,take a
f nn !r nnr nprvinp :i 1
such cases by a physician off vast ex experience
perience experience in the diseases off women.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
has successfully treated more cases
the past fifty years than? any other
known remedy. When yu feel dull,
headachy, backache, dizzy or perhaps
hot flashes, there is nothing you can
accomplish, nothing you' can enjoy.
You can find permanent relief in Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is
sold by medicine dealers, or trial box
by mail from Dr. Pierce, Invalids'
Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., on receipt of Q
cents or one dollar for a large box.
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
To Freshen Lemons.
When lemons are hard, cover them
with boiling water and stand them
aside to cool. They will thf n appear
fresh iind full of juice. Neither will
the j ire : t em in the I east diluted by
any ... .- i!.o:":J.
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WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR KENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
STRAYED The night of April 14th,
a large black dog with white feet
and tip of tail white; one toe on left
front foot brown; was taken from
my place near Early Bird. $5 re reward
ward reward will be given for return or in information
formation information of the whereabouts of
the dog. Address, Nelson Horten,
Cotton Plant, Fla." 15-Ct
LOST Monday on Pine street be between
tween between South Second street and W.
Fort King avenue, a gold fountain
pen. I inder return to tar oi.ice
and receive reward. 4-14-tf
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. H. 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 moms in rt-.-idence next
to the Colonial; also lor lighx
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
FOR RENT Two connecting rooms,
furnisheci; 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,
FOR RENT New bungalow with all
modern conveniences, on South
Lime street. Apply to C. V. Rob Roberts.
erts. Roberts. 8-Ct
WANTED To lease or buy, two second-hand
syrup boilers of 100 100-gallon
gallon 100-gallon capacity. Call or v ite, J.
R. Moorhead, Ocala, Fin. lO-tf
HOUSE FOR RUNT 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-Ct
STRAYED Or stolen, Saturday
night, one dog puppy, white with
two liver spot?, one on head cover covering
ing covering one eye, one on side. Reward
for information or his return to N.
E. Lowe, 201 W. Broadway. 13-Ct
FOR RENT A six-room cottage with
modern conveniences, at $14 per
month; W. 5th street near old high
Mrs. R. L. Car-
FOR RENT One-story building, 32
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 SALE 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
OF TE CITY COUNCIL
FOR THE YEAR 1913
D. W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, M. J.
Geo. A. Nash. W. A. Knight, 11. A.
M. J. Roess, D. Tompiuns, Geo.
John Moore, M. J. Roess, J.
J. J. Gi?Kg.A
W. A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, X
J. C. Smith, J. M. Meffert, J.
II. A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash. 1). W.
John Moore, II. A. Fausett, J. C.
Light and Water
J. M. Meffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.
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