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OCALA. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1915
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COUNTY SECESSIONISTS ARE
HEARING WILL BE GIVE!! BY
Tallahassee, April 16, 1:45 p. m. A bill has been
introduced in the House to create Bloxham county,
taking the western part of Marion. The bill will
have a hearing before the committee Monday night.
We want the co-operation of our citizens to defeat
this bill. Crosby and Henderson,
Representatives from Marion County.
Ml BY OCALA
Home Team Defeated Gainesville by
a Score of Seven to Five
The 1915 balL season opened yes yesterday
terday yesterday in Ocala with a splendid game
between the home team and the Uni University
versity University of Florida's brag team, result resulting
ing resulting in a victory for the former by a
score of 7 to 5.
The game was opened with-the, Uni University
versity University team at the bat. Diaz fanned;
Seymour fanned but Catcher Bullock
dropped the third strike and he was
safe at first; jvlejhit a.T second
forcing beymoiu- jQatsecondIar-
Chazal's Great Hit
Ocala: J. Chazal hit to deep center
for two bases; -'Harris fanned; Batts
safe on right fielder's error; Gallo Galloway
way Galloway and Thompson fanned.
University: Embry hit to deep cen-
151A Pounds gl ftlTh
of Sugar for 0 BvyU
With purchase of $1 worth of
With purchase of one pound
package of VOTAN COFFEE for
N, M AGNOjLl A ST.
COMMITTEE MONDAY illGHT
ter for two bases; Ramsdell fanned;
Swanson out, fly to pitcher; Marion
out at first.
Ocala: Davis out on infield fly to
first; Dewey out, fly to right field; C.
University: Pooser out pitcher to
first; Diaz walked; Seymour safe at
first on shortstop's overthrow; Schuy Schuyler
ler Schuyler fanned; Farrior safe on muff at
second, Diaz scoring; Seymour tried
to score and was put out at plate.
Ocala: Bullock out, second to first;
J. Chazal walked;4 Harris hit by pitch pitcher;
er; pitcher; Batts hit to center, scoring Cha Chazal
zal Chazal and Harris; Batts out at plate on
Galloway's sacrifice; Thompson, out at
University: Embry out, grounder to
first; Ramsdell out, fly to second;
Swanson f aimed, is.n -
4"Qcakfr DaVis'Thitrfeafe-ttC first and
Lwent itd second on passed "ball ; rDewey
out, fly to lef ; C.. Chazal singled1 over
f second, 7 afterwards stealing second;
Bullock singled," Davis and Chazal
scoring; J. Chazal out on foul fly to
catcher; Harris singled, scoring Bul Bullock;
lock; Bullock; Batts two-base hit to right,
scoring Harris; Galloway walked;
Thompson hitsafe on third base line;
Davis out, fly to right.
Pooser's 'Spits" Failed and He was
Canned in the Fourth
- Fifth Inning
jv-JJniy4rsity: Marion out, fly tor first;
Durrance fanned; Diaz safe on over overthrow
throw overthrow of shortstop; Seymour hit safe
over short, Davis trying to score was
caught at plate on Harris' throw in.
Ocala: Dewey hit safe to left; C.
Chazal hit to second, out at first;
Dewey advanced to second; Bullock
sacrificed to first, Dewey scoring; J.
Chazal out, right field.
University: Farrier safe on short short-j
j short-j stop's error; Embry hit safe over
j second; Ramsdell hit safe over sec sec-jond,
jond, sec-jond, Farrier scoring; Swanson out to
left; Embry scored on throw in; Mar
ion out, pitcher to first.
Ocala: Harris out, second to first;
Batts out right field; Galloway fanned.
University: Durrance fanned; Diaz
out, pitcher to first; Seymour safe on
third baseman's error; Schuyler out,
pitcher to first.
Ocala: Thompson"" out, short to
first; Davis out, fly to second; Dewey
University: Farrier out, pitcher to
POSHING THEIR BILL
first; Embry hit safe over third;
Ramsdell hit between -first and sec second;
ond; second; Swanson hit to second, throw throwing
ing throwing Embry out at third; Marion safe
at first on pitcher's error, Ramsdell
scoring on passed ball; Durrance out
on grounder to first.
Ocala: C. Chazal out, fly to pitcher;
Bullock and J. Chazal fanned.
University: Diaz fanned; Seymour
safe at first on shortstop's over overthrow;
throw; overthrow; Farrier safe on scratch hit to
short; Embry hit to right, Seymour
out at plate on right fielder's throw
How the "Ump" Appeared to a Loser
on, a Close Decision
Following is the box score and
summary as reported by Mr. Jewett,
University AB R H PO A E
Diaz, 2b 4 1 0 2 3 1
Seymour, lb ......5 1 2 6 0 0
Schuyler, s, 5 0 "0 0 1 0
Farrier, c 5 1 110 0 2
Embry, cf 5 1 3 0 0 0
Ramsdell, If 4 1 2 3 0 0
Swanson, rf 3 0 0 2 0 1
Marion, 3b 4 0 0 0 0 0
Pooser, p 1 0 0 0 1 0
Durrance, p 3 0 0 1 0 0
39 5 8 24 5 4
Chazal, J., cf 4 1 1 0 0 0
Harris; If ........3 2 1110
Batts, ss 4 0 2 1 1 3
Galloway, p 3 0 0 1 7 1
Thompson, rf 4 0 1111
Davis, 2b 4 1 0 1 3 1
Dewey, 3b .4 11 10 1
Chazal, C, lb 4 1 0 10 1 0
Bullock, c 4 1 0 11 0 1
34 7 6 27 14 8
University .00100201 1 5
Ocala . 0 0 2 4 1 0 0 0 x 7
Summary: Two-base hits, J. Chazal,
Batts, Embry. Sacrifice fly, Swan Swanson.
son. Swanson. Stolen base, C. Chazal. Left on
base, University 9; Ocala 6. Bases
on balls, off Galloway 1; off Pooser 5;
off Durrance 4. Wild pitch, Pooser.
Hit by pitcher ball, Harris. Umpire,
Mr. Bennett. Time, 2:05.
Durrance was put in the pitcher's
box in the fifth inning for the Uni University
versity University team.
The grandstand which was burned
to the ground some months ago will
be rebuilt at once.
The University band occupied seats
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
BEATEI1 WITH HEAVY LOSS AT CELAYA BY OBREGO
III A TWO-DAYS BATTLE
Washington, April 16. The com complete
plete complete rout of Gen. Villa with a loss of
14,000 killed, wounded and prisoners,
in a two days battle at Celaya, was
reported to the constitutionalist
agency here today by General Obre Obre-gon.
gon. Obre-gon. Villa begun the attack at 6
o'clock Tuesday morning and con continued
tinued continued for eighteen hours. The last
dispatch from Special Agent Caroth Caroth-ers
ers Caroth-ers notified the state department
Wednesday that the battle was still
progressing without definite advan advantage
tage advantage to either side. The tide Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon seemed turning in fav favor
or favor of Villa. Famine is again reported
threatening Mexico City.
REBEL CHIEF ROUTED
El Paso, April 16. Six thousand
Villa soldiers were killed and 8,000
captured with thirty cannon and large
quantities, of ammunition in a two
days battle at Selaya between Obre Obre-gon's
gon's Obre-gon's army and an army, led by Villa
in Peron. An official rpport to the
Carranza agency today states that the
Villa army retreated northward in
great disorder. No news has been re received
ceived received from Villa's headquarters.
EUROPEAN FIGHTERS DEMAND
HUGE .AMOUNTS OF
New York, April 16. The Ameri American
can American "Locomotive Company has closed a
contract for $65,000,000 worth of war
material, principally shrapnel. It is
understood that the order came from
Russia. Locomotive stock jumped 19
COPPER FETCHES THE COIN";:
Calumet, Mich., April .16. Over
12,000 employes of the Calumet and
Heckla Mining Company will receive
a 10 per cent increase in wages, plac placing
ing placing their pay where it was before the
disastrous strike of 1913. All the
mines are working now with a full
force on full timel
PEEBLES WINS GOLDMAN PRIZE
The Ocala Bargain House has been
conducting a voting contest for the
past two months, the pribe being a
The contest closed at 12 o'clock to today,
day, today, and quite a crowd was on hand
to witness the final count. The con contest
test contest had come to the point where only
two contestants seemed to have any
chance of winning, and the workers
for each side were on hand. The
count at the end showed that Harmon
Peebles had received 93,273 votes,
while the next highest was J. T. Clay
ton, Jr., with 79,428. Over 4000 votes
for Peebles were thrown put on ac account
count account of the date having expired, but
even at this he won by. a handsome
And now the Goldman contest is
Marion county history.
An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask
for Triola Sweets. 22tf
Globe-Wemicke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. 3t
EX-SENATOR ALDRICH DEAD AT
HIS HOME IN RHODE
New York, April 16. Nelson Aid Aid-rich,
rich, Aid-rich, aged seventy-four, former sen senator
ator senator from Rhode Island, died sudden suddenly
ly suddenly at his home here today.
ENTIRE BUILDING INDUSTRY OF
THE CITY HELD UP
Chicago, April 16. Over 100,000
workers on 400 buildings under con construction
struction construction in Chicago were thrown idle
today when 8000 carpenters struck
and 5000 others were locked out. The
carpenters demand an increase from
65 cents to 70 cents an hour.
ROONEY IS RUSTLING
Jefferson Davis Gives Strong Evi Evidences
dences Evidences of Being on His Job
Judging -by what we see in the
Times-Union, Rooney is rustling at
Tallahassee. When it comes to ob obtaining
taining obtaining publicity for Marion county,
even his enemies must admit that he
has everybody else faded to a finish.
v The Agatheridan Society held its
regular meeting this afternoon and
the following program was -rendered:
Subject: Interesting Events.
Song, "God of theNatfons" By the
. Essay, "Execution of Major Andre"
Essay, "The Blowing Up of the
Maine in Havana Harbor" Hansel
Essay, -"The Russian Nilihists and
their Work" Ella Mae Rivers.
Quartet in costume Welsh Dewey,
Linn Sanders, Alfred MacKay, Harold
Meade; Carlton Ervin, pianist.
Story, "Assassination of Lincoln and
Capture of Booth" Martha K. Rentz.
Essay, "Aguinaldo in the Philip Philippines"
pines" Philippines" Theo Beckham.
Debate: Resolved, that the submar submarine
ine submarine blockade of English and. French
ports is justifiable. Affirmative, Floyd
Coleman, Louise Sanders; negative,
Mabel McClain, Sue Moore.
The judges, Elizabeth Davis, Rath
Rentz and John Batts, decided in
favor of the negative.
After the report of the critics, the
Martha K. Rentz. Secretary.
ACCEPTED BRITAIN'S APOLOGY
Chili is Cheerful Because She Has No
Santiago, April 16. It is officially
announced that Chile will accept the
apology of Great Britain for sinking
the German cruiser Dresden 'n Chil Chilean
ean Chilean waters.
FMECMLES ; i
Don't .Hide Them With a Veil; Re Remove
move Remove Them with the Oth'ne
This prescription for the removal
cf freckles was written by a promi prominent
nent prominent physician and is usually suc successful
cessful successful in removing freckles and giv giving
ing giving a clear, beautiful complexion that
) it is sold under guarantee to refund
the money if it fails.
Don't hide your freckles under a
veil; fret an ounce of othine and re remove
move remove them. Even the first few appli applications
cations applications should show a wonderful im improvement,
provement, improvement, some of the lighter freck freckles
les freckles vanishing entirely.
Be sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength othine; it is this that
is sold on the money-back guarantee.
Have your choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" or Pabst's Blue Ribbon on
draft, at Johnny's. 6-tf
BERLIfl CLAIMS ALL THE BATTLES Ai ALLIES SAY THE!
HOLD TIIEIO 0171
Berlin, April 16. Over a thousand
Russians and seven machine guns
were captured today near Kalwaria,
in northern Poland. Otherwise the
eastern situation is unchanged.
In the west fighting between the
Meuse and Moselle rivers is confined
to artillery. Yesterday fighting was
resumed on the south Lorette heights.
Last night, near Ostend and Nieuport,
some allied destroyers bombarded the
German positions but were quickly
Aviators are active, throwing bombs
behind the German front. Freiburg
was also visited by allied aerial craft
and several civilians killed and wound wounded.
ed. wounded. TAUBE OVERTAKEN
London, April 16. A German aero aeroplane
plane aeroplane today dropped bombs upon Fav Fav-ersheam
ersheam Fav-ersheam and Sitting Bourne. No
material damage was done. The ma machine
chine machine fled toward Queensborough and
Sheerness, with a British aeroplane
in pursuit. It is reported that the
German flyer was shot down near
PETROGRAD IS WELL PLEASED
Petrograd, April 16. Floods and
deep mud are hampering military op operations
erations operations in the Carpathians. In north northern
ern northern and western Poland, fighting has
been renewed after a lull of several
weeks. The Russians have scored
successes in the Mlawa region and
west of the Vistula river.
.At Ufszok pass the operations re re-semble
semble re-semble a siege ..with the Russians
gradually closing in.
The Austro-Germans lost 8000 in
killed, wounded and prisoners at the
battle of Koziowa.
AUSTRIAN'S REPEL THEIR RUS RUS-RIAN
RIAN RUS-RIAN ENEMIES
Vienna, April 16 Austrians ad advancing
vancing advancing from the Dunajec river drove
the Russians in western Galicia 12
to 25 miles at various points. The
Austrians 'crossed the Biela river at
Cieswokice, cutting, the Tarnow and
Grybow railroad, which has. been
used by the Russians for supplying
the troops at Dukla pass. A hard
battle is imminent in the plains be between
tween between the Biela and Ropa rivers. r
Paris, April 16. Renewing the of offensive
fensive offensive to open the way for an attack
on the Germans at Lille, the French
and British are attacking between
Arras and Labassee, attempting to
gain control of the Arras and Lille
Extensive mining operations, varied
with severe artillery and fierce in infantry
fantry infantry attacks, are going on near
Notre Dame de Lorette and Ablain
St. Nazaire, north of Arras. The
French seized some German trenches
and destroyed others with artillery
Fighting continues in the Woevre
district, where there is great aerial
activity. A German aeroplane was
shot down Thursday north of Ypres.
SUBMARINE BAGGED ANOTHER
Aberdeen, April 16. The Swedish
steamer Folke was sunk off Peter Peterhead
head Peterhead and nine of her crew drowned.
It is believed that she was torpedoed.
S. C. V. MEETS THIS EVENING
John M. Martin Camp, S. C. V.,
meets tonight at the Court House at
8 o'clock. Election of officers.
W. W. Harriss, Comd.
W. T. Gary, Adj.
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.
i Considerable interest is being m&ni m&ni-I
I m&ni-I fested in the May Party which will
! be held on May Day this year. Ballot Ballot-j
j Ballot-j ing for the king and queen began
Wednesday and while no information
has yet been given cut relative to
the candidates it is expected that som
announcement of very general inter interest
est interest will be made within a-few d.iys.
Much pretty sentiment gathers about
the custom of crowning the queen
and the king and many are asking
have you any idea who the queen will
Ballot boxes have been placed at
the Court Pharmacy, Marion Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Company, Temple Theater, IL
Frank's, O. K. Teapot Grocery, Cam Cam-Thomas
Thomas Cam-Thomas Company and H. W. Tucker's.
Contrary to previous announcement,
the committee will announce stand standing
ing standing of candidates from time, to tips
during the contest.
In order to defray the expenses cf
the May Party votes deposited in
the ballot boxes must be accompanied
by a deposit of money at the rat of
one cent for each vote for king end
queen. Small envelopes with blanka
for the names of king and queen to
be" filled? in and the amount enclosed
are conveniently placed at each vot voting
ing voting place. For one cent the voter
has the privilege of casting one vota
each for a king and queen. Wfcila
the Civic Committee intends to maka
the May Party a carnival to b en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by all without cost, it is neces necessary
sary necessary that sufficient money be realized
from the contest for king and queen
and the sale of refreshments to de defray
fray defray the expense of the party. The
committee, therefore, hopes that
friends of the various candidates will
assist by Voting early and often. The
contest is open to children between
the ages of eight and fifteen years.
Very general interest is being
shown in the parade of express and
goat wagons, doll carriages, bicycles
and other children's vehicles. Already
eager little folk are busy planning and
decorating. This will be one of the
most attractive, and all indications
point to it being also the largest fea feature
ture feature of the May party. The commit committee
tee committee requests that parents of children
intending to take part in the parade
will enter their names and vehicles
with the committee on floats and par parade,
ade, parade, of which Mrs. L. F. Blalock is
chairman. Prizes will be offered for
the best entry in each class. The
Camp Fire girls will take part in the
parade and other similar organia organia-tions
tions organia-tions will probably enter also.
The children selected for the May
pole dances will be drilled by Miss
McLean and other teachers who have
kindly offered to assist. The danc dancing
ing dancing and musicare very beautiful fea features
tures features of the May party. The commit committee
tee committee had hoped to use the civic center
lot for this occasion but owing to the
fact that the grass has so recently
been planted they now expect to hold
it cn the court house square, which
is j'n ideal place for this purpose.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigrar.
For Good Wcczl
BIG Load for CI.
Your Order will hare
:J. L. SMOJili
J At SmoaJk's Wson Shop,
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
CHICAGO MAN INVESTS
IN MARION COUNTY
BITTINGEIt & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
B..R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocr'a. Fla.. postolflce as second class matter.
One year, m advance. ..... $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
Oza month, in advance. .... .50
One year- in advance $s.uu
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. .... .80
Dade county has just voted another ;
$100,000 for the improvement of its
OCALA IS AWAKE
Determined Work Done to
It is reported from Tallahassee j The following work has been done
that the equal suffrage amendment j fey the Board of Governors of the Ma Ma-stands
stands Ma-stands no show before this les?isla-j r-on County Board of Trade, to fight
tare. j tne county division bill in the legis-
' ; lature and save the great northwest-
Governor Trammel! has appointed ern c0-rner of Marion that the adher adher-G.
G. adher-G. W. Saxon of Tallahassee, and S. j ents of the biU propose to cut offf and
A. Belcher of Miami, to represent j wth & portion of Aiachua and Levy
Florida on the commission from seven jform a new county to be caned Blox-
states w lotaw jjicag," i ham county.
The visit of so many Gainesville
people to Ocala yesterday was a most
pleasant event. Gainesville and Ocala
are very near to each other in inter
Post cards have been purchased,
printed and sent out to each register registered
ed registered voter in the county. On this card
was a strong protest to our represen representatives
tatives representatives against this or any other di
vision of Marion county. The cards
ests as well as locality, and the better, ft . b th n-..
they know and understana eacn omer,
the better it will be for both cities.
Dispatches from Tallahassee say
that, the" prohibitionists will make no
further fight for a state-wide amend amendment
ment amendment at this session, but will try to
pass bills working for the more
stringent regulation of saloons. The
saloons are regulated about as much
v as is necessary now. The trouble is
Li let l ill auiiic piai.co w v
' ;'stancer the regulations are observed,
in some others they are not. One rea rea-"
" rea-" son perhaps the greatest one of
, ..disss jsf action with local option is,
Jhat some saloon centers render the
" lws passed by the majority in dry
counties almost null and void, while
''in their own localities they have ev-
erything their own way.
While the recent raid of a German
airship over northwest Britain did no
' material damage, and seems to have
been a vast expenditure of gunpow gunpow-der
der gunpow-der and gasoline for very little re result,
sult, result, the fact that the Zeppelin flew
. across such a large territory and es escaped
caped escaped unscathed, must give the Brit British
ish British a very uncomfortable feeling. If
the Germans really have a big Zeppe Zeppelin
lin Zeppelin fleet, they will be certain to at attack
tack attack Britain with it as soon as sum sum-mer
mer sum-mer weather arrives. It -stands to
reason that if Zeppelins were of great
military value, they, would have been
used more extensively against the
.armies of the allies, but so far they
' seem to have avoided them. An air
m raid over England is not likely to
" have any effect on the war, but it may
produce great suffering among non non-combatants.
The Times-Union, in
against Secretary Garrison's addrefss
on the need for a greater army, makes
the following" truthful remark :
,. "Train men to be fighters and they
. are always looking for and expecting
a fight. Get enough people into the
fighting spirit and sooner or later
they will find some way to get up a
The great trouble about the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union and other peace advocates is
that they invariably forget the other
fellow and his disposition to fight. It
is very true that Germany armed and
trained and nursed the fighting spirit
until she came to the point that she
' virtually forced a fight on Europe.
But so far, Germany has suffered less
,than her opponents. If all her adver-
'. saries had been as well fixed as Ger Germany,
many, Germany, there would have been no war.
We prefer our own country's safety
and feelings to those of any other.
War is wrong, but we would rather
' our men invaded some other country,
burned its homes, killed its men and
outraged is women than that the men
of some other country wreaked those
wrongs. on ours. The truth is that
there is a middle course, and that is
' what Mr. Garrison suggests. It is
t impossible for America to invade Eu
rope. It is possible for Europe to, in invade
vade invade America. All any reasonable
man "wants is an army strong enough
to protect the peaceable people till
the peaceable people can get into
. shape to protect themselves. We
have not that now not even a fair
beginning of such a necessary pre precaution.
caution. precaution. And we are going to need it.
receiving them and mailed. With the
post card is a sealed letter with a 2-
cent stamp affixed, with a strong ap
peal to the voter to sign the card and
get it in the mail at once, as word
had been received that the bill would
probably be before the committee on
Petitions were printed, bound in
manuscript covers and mailed to each
f postmaster in the county and some of
the places in Alachua and Levy known
to be onnosiner the county division.
These petitions protest in no uncer
tain language against the division of
the county and are addressed to. the
representatives and senators from this
county. A personal request was writ written
ten written each postmaster to have all per persons
sons persons who did not receive cards sign
the petitions and get them off to our
representatives as quickly as possible.
Big envelopes were enclosed to mail
them in, addressed to the representa representatives
tives representatives and senator, with first class
The committee has handled the
matter so that the citizens have only
to sign their names and there is no
effort, not even a stamp to be bought
by them. The object was to get all,
even the indifferent ones, to respond
and do it now.
Lastly, Mr. J. M. Goddard's services
were secured and he commenced to
circulate a mammoth petition in Ocala
and this will be mailed tonight. This
petition will have the signatures of
most of the citizens of Ocala on it.
The work requires a lot of, effort
and a lot of money. The work was
done by a few men. The money is
expected to be put up by the citizens,
a few of whom have responded.
It is expected to send a delegation
of citizens to Tallahassee to fight the
measure and this takes money.
If the bill goes through Marion
county will lose about 200,000 acres
of her very best territory and in tax
able property the loss will be heavy.
Every merchant in Ocala and every
house that draws business from the
public will suffer, for the average cit
izen does a lot of his trading at his
county seat and goes practically no
where else to do it.
When the committee calls or you,
respond and do it cheerfully, fr it
means dollars and cents to you.
f Made in Marion County,
- Florida, U. S. A.)
224 c PER P01WD, DELIVERED
Ocala fee & Packing Co.
CARPENTER AND BIILDER
Careful Estimate? Made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the City.
CAUGHT WITH THE SKIMMINGS
John Martin, colored, was brought
to Ocala yesterday by Deputy U. S.
Marshal Walter Perry from Sutmer
county, for trial before Commissione
D. S. Williams on a charge of illicit
After hearing the testimony Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Williams placed Martin un
der a $200 bond for his appearance at
the January term of the U. S. court to
be held in this city.
Martin was arrested by Sheriff
Coleman near Bushnell last Saturday
while in the act of taking off the last
of a batch of skimmings at his repair
shop, where he had been operating
for some time. Martin when arrest
ed was asked what he had been doing,
and admitted that he was "jes bilin
out some skimmins," so the sheriff
locked him up in the Sumter county
The drugs used in our prescription
department are the best to be had,
and ACCURACY is our watchword.
I The Court Pharmacy. 19-tf,
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean. tf
QUICKLY TO SLOAN'S
lou 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,
tender, swollen feeling, and in a very
auurt, time urmgs a reiiex mat is al almost
most almost unbelievable until you experience
it. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment
for ic 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.
Bought a Twelve-Hundred Acre Stock
Farm from Frank Turner
One of the largest real estate deals
that has taken place here in a long
time was consummated yeste-day aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, when Mr. Frank E. Turner
sold his 1200-acre Magnolia Stock
Farm to Mr. John A. Manly, of Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago. Mr. Turner and Mr. Manly have
been on the trade for the past month,
but it took time to get the abstracts
made and the long chain of title ex examined
amined examined and passed on, and the trade
was only closed yesterday.
The Magnolia Stock Farm is one of
the best properties in this part of the
state. It consists of mixed oak and
hickory lands, with some high, rolling
pine land. It is all very highly ele
vated, gently rolling, and the soil is
as good as the state affords. The place
contains 300 acres of land in cultiva cultivation,
tion, cultivation, with 900 acres of timber. The
entire tract is well fencd with numer
ous cross fences, is well watered with
springs and is ideal for a stock farm.
The property is located four and a
half miles southwest of Ocala, be
tween the Shady Grove and Dunnellon
hard roads and has a mile and a half
of frontage on the Shady Grove road.
The large colonial residence sits back
a quarter of a mile from the hard
road. This house, 57x86 feet over all,
with a great colonial veranda extend extending
ing extending the full length of the front, was
built in 1851 of great timbers, some
hewn and others sawed, placed on
solid stone foundations and the frame
and foundation is as solid and firm
as the day it was built.
Mr. Manly has had Mr. George
MacKay out to look the house over
and is having plans made for its re remodeling
modeling remodeling and modernization, though
the main plans and shape will be pre preserved
served preserved intact, for the associations and
the reason that. Mr. Manly has long
desired just such an old ante-bellum
home. Modern baths and plumbingr
will be installed, and an electric light
plant and water works system put in.
A new roof and some interior work
will be done and dormer windows add
ed. The plans will require the expen
diture of several thousand dollars, and
work will commence as soon as the
rainy season is over.
Mr. Turner has all of the cleared
land in crops and has leased the prop
erty from Mr. Manly until after har harvest
vest harvest time. He retains his live stock
also and the Star hopes Mr. Turner
will continue to reside with us, as he
is a very valuable and substantial cit-
Mr. Manly left this afternoon for
the north to attend to some business
matters, but will return about July
1st to take up the work of getting his
home in shape. He says he expects
this to be his permanent home and
likes the Ocala section better than
any portion of the state and he has
traveled over all of it.
Mr. Manly will engage in mule and
horse raising for market. He was in
that and the cattle business many
years ago in British Columbia and
succeeded well, his business being a
profitable one. He says the location
is ideal for horse and mule raising.
The elevation, the forage possibilities
of the soil, the climate and the water
supply make it especially what he has
been looking for. He says the future
of the Ocala section is yet undreamed
of by us "sleepy fellows," and we will
not know our own section in a few
years. With an interurban trolley
line to Silver Springs and the new
boat line to Jacksonville, the freight
rate situation will be soWed for him
and the rest of us.
When work is started on his stock
farm, Mr. Manly will clear all of the
land except a couple of hundred acres
which he will leave in timber. This
will give him an even thousand acres
of cleared land for his stock raising
purposes. If he raises any cattle a
all, they will be blooded cattle, bu
he has not definitely decided on that
There is mony in the horse and
mule raising business and Mr. Manly
understands it. He has an able as assistant
sistant assistant in his brother-in-law, Mr.
George Mainz of Sturgeon Bay, Wis.,
who with his wife and Mrs. Manly
will arrive in the early falL to make
their home on the place. Mr. Mainz
is a German and a practical horse horseman
man horseman himself, having been engaged in
their breeding for most of his life.
The price paid Mr. Turner for the
property is not given but will run well
into the five figures.
Mr. Manly has been actively engag engaged
ed engaged in business for many years. He
established the American Hotel Sup Supply
ply Supply Company of Chicago, sold it out
and engaged in the live stock breeding
business. Selling that out, he went
to San Francisco and was "burned
down and shook up" during the earth earthquake
quake earthquake and fire. He then bought a big
peach orchard at Cordele, Ga., which
he has disposed of. For several years
he has been traveling for the business
he formerly established in Chicago as
credit man and in charge of the thirty
salesmen on the road. This keeps him
going over the United States, mak making
ing making adjustments and looking after
the company's business, but he ex expects
pects expects at no distant day to settle down,
give up traveling and enjoy the life
of a stock breeder on his beautiful
Mr. Manly will make Ocala a most
valuable citizen and will bring to this
section considerable capital, some new
ideas and new blood. He says our
Board of Trade is doing a good work,
and that the work done in the country
at large in inducing new people to
come here and settle on our fine
lands is the best pari of its work. He
says a member of the board an I a
friend of his for many years, Mr.
Louis N. Long of the Ocala House,
interested him in Oeala and is respon responsible
sible responsible for his investment here.
Men who have had much to do with
both county and state questions in the
past, and who have been in Florida
many years, interested in her agricul
tural development, large producers of
both staple and vegetable crops, hav having
ing having had all the experiences of grow growing
ing growing and marketing, and with condi conditions
tions conditions growing worse and worse each
year, realized something must be done
to bring about a change. A thorough
canvass of the situation among them themselves,
selves, themselves, then calling fifty or more of
the strongest farmers and growers in
Marion county together, there was
begun the movement that is now the
Florida Marketing Bureau. A number
of meetings were held and the ques question
tion question discussed from every angle. Af After
ter After the meeting in Jacksonville, which
gave it a state-wide movement, the
secretary of the Marion County Board
of Trade was sent to Washington, on
important matters, and while there
placed the matter before the secre secretary
tary secretary of agriculture and the heads of
the departments dealing in the mar marketing,
keting, marketing, cooperation and organization
methods. It met with their approval;
in fact, the present by-laws under
which the bureau is operating were
prepared by Mr. Bassett of the de
partment, to whom was also intrusted
the preparation of the charter. This
secured the cooperation and aid of the
government to guide and direct a sys- j
tem of marketing and distribution
that would meet their approval an
organization chartered, not for profit,
but to bring relief to the farmers of
Next we wanted the cooperation
of our governor and commissioner of
agriculture. Not for the state to take
up the question of actual barter and
sale of the products of its people, but
in harmony with the policies of the
nation, and cooperating therewith to
make and shape ways and means of
disseminating information, affording
protection and safeguarding the very
life of our state, for its absolute
safety, stability and success is based
Then this movement is to bring to
the sons of toil a just reward for
their labor, with state aid and protec protection.
tion. protection. Almost any article of food
value bears the stamp of approval of
this government of ours. Then let us
have a system of marketing in our
great state that will give our people
a fair and just value for what they
We must have honest inspection,
proper packing, standard packages
and a system of gathering in the
exact conditions of our crops, in har harmony
mony harmony with what is being grown in
other states so that there need be no
over-production of any one commod commodity.
ity. commodity. This is necessary for those
growing vegetables, the perishable
commodities, should there be an over
supply placed in cold storage. Then
Florida would not grow a bumper
crop of cabbage to finally be thrown
away, but through a careful and well
planned department of marketing in
touch with these conditions our peo people
ple people could be warned and the crop
The same applies to all other com
modities. A system of market re reports
ports reports and information can be devised
that when thoroughly put in opera operation
tion operation will be the greatest factor to aid
Then combine with this the system
of the Florida Marketing Bureau, an
agency to place the product of the
grower directly in the hands of the
consumer, eliminating this heretofore
great drain on the price paid for and
the amount paid the producer. There
are now too many commissions; too
little for the man .who has given his
very best to grow the crop. It can
be done; it will be done. It is being
done now by the Florida Marketing
Today, one of the greatest losses
sustained by the transportation lines
is that of so many cars of perishable
stuff from Florida being dumped,
and many more sold for less than
freight charges. Yet the cars have
been supplied, fuel consumed, train
crews paid and service performed,
and the transportation lines holding
the bag with no freight charges col collected.
lected. collected. Then is there not a great need of
a marketing and distributing system?
Every industry of Florida is vitally
interested therein. It is the salva salvation
tion salvation of our producers and the only
way of solving the great problem of
future development. Without a proper
marketing system how can we en encourage
courage encourage others to come and occupy
our vast, idle acres. But when we
point to a thorough and sensible mar marketing
keting marketing bureau, that is getting a fair
return for the farmer's produce, the
transportation lines their freight
the-banker and merchants, the fer
tilizer and crate manufacturer and
the laborers will be happy, prosperity
will reign and Florida reap its just I
reward. If the producer is paid for j
his honest toil by securing a fair price I
for his produce; all other interests j
reap their pro rata of benefit for on j
the prosperity of our farmers rests j
the success of state and nation.
Then is it not reasonable that these j
factors will all join hands in perfect-
ing a marketing bureau that proves
its worth and merit? Yes, and by'
this system of dealing giving the buy buyer
er buyer a carefully picked and selected pro product,
duct, product, honestly packed and sent out in
standard packages under the bureau's
label, a guarantee to the consumer
that, it contains only standard pro products
ducts products and assessing against the ship shipper
per shipper a straight, fair and equitable
amount for the bureau's commission
plus the freight or express charges, is
proof to its members of a square deal.
Couple this with the fact that the bu bureau
reau bureau insists on its members handling
theircitrus fruits through the Florida
Citrus Exchange, which will give to
Florida two of the best and most eco economic
nomic economic systems of marketing and dis distributing
tributing distributing its products and if the peo people
ple people stand by these institutions the fu future
ture future of Florida's farmers and fruit
growers is assured. This is the sys system
tem system that needs state aid, that thru
a state marketing commissioner who
will cooperate with these two great
systems of marketing and dissem disseminating
inating disseminating reliable information, and in
the end give to Florida the greatest j
system of marketing and distribution
The Florida Marketing Bureau now
has an office at 437 St. James build building,
ing, building, Jacksonville. Mr. J. P. Hewitt
is secretary-manager. He is a man
t km: v 4 ; I ! i Li
4 i ii i
Our brushes will "hold their bristles" they
will hold for us your trade.
Look at your old hair brushes, tooth brushes,
nail brushes, brushes of all kinds and see if you
don't need NEW ones.
Then come to us for the new brushes you need
and all of your Drug Store things.
4nH-Monopoiy Brag Sm
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
"WE TAKE CARE'
of wide experience, as well as a prac practical
tical practical grower himself, one who has been
up against the great problem of a
proper market and distribution. The
sales manager, Mr. T. J. Eppes, is
well equipped and has a system of
getting information and keeping in
touch with the members of the bureau
as well as being thoroughly posted as
to market conditions and finding the
larger hotels, restaurants and retail
grocery merchants, which are anxious
to buy their supplies from a reliable
source, where they know they are
fresh and honestly packed. Mr. Eppes
is obtaining more customers every
day. Already many reliable commis commission,
sion, commission, houses are applying to the bu
reau to have orders filled; The reason
is, they want reliable goods to supply
their trade. All honest and fair fair-minded
minded fair-minded dealers will welcome a mar marketing
keting marketing bureau that gives them a
square deal and delivers only good,
clean and wholesome products.
On, and on, will go the system until
it will market the entire output of
Florida's farmers. When its full
measure of usefulness has been reach reached,
ed, reached, no longer will the buyer have to
worry or be hustling all over the
state to find what he wants, but thru
the Florida Marketing Bureau can get
just what is wanted and shipped direct
from producer to consumer.
Every person in Florida should wel welcome
come welcome this era and cooperate to see its
fulfillment. Not be knockers and
looking, with suspicion on a movement
that means the final relief to our
Remember the slogan of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Marketing Bureau is: "Economy,
careful picking, honest pack, standard
package, proper distribution." Can
you beat it? J. D. Rooney.
the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has about 1C0
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellaneous rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and, among these is
the record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knows
that he has got it all.
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.
florid a title and abstract corporation
ocala., 0 a.
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
E. C. Jordan & Co.
219 WEST BROADWAYJ
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector, in Ac Account
count Account with Marion County,
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Uncdliected March 1, 1915.$ 3,041.47
By erra extra assessment.. 9.00
Treasurer's receipts 877.42
Balance uncollected April 1. 2,155.05
County School Fund
Uncollected March 1, 1915
By error extra assessment.
Balance uncollected April 1 20,973.03
County Proper Fund
Uncollected March 1, 1915.
By error extra assessment.
Balance uncollected April 1
County Road Fund
Uncollected March 1, 1915. 27,301.25
By error extra assessment 9.00
Treasurer's receipts 7,896.79
Balance uncollected April 1
County Building Fund
Uncollected March 1, 1915.
By error extra assessment.
Balance uncollected April 1
Uncollected March 1, 1915.
Balance uncollected April 1
Uncolected March 1, 1915.
To error extra assessments
Balance uncollected April 1
Special Indebtedness Fund
Uncollected March 1, 1915.. 18,2121
By error extra assessment. 18.00
Treasurer's receipts 5,264.51
Balance uncollected April 1 12,930.30
Special Road Dist. No. 1 Fund
Uncollected March 1, 1915. 989.74
Treasurer's receipts 62.64
Balance uncollected April 1 927.10
lit. Rev. Abbott Charles, Pres. Rev. Father lUnedict, Director.
tnve Allies west or uaae uity and one line East of San
Sto Leo Co
Total balances $89,927.66
State of Florida,
I, P. H. Nugent, clerk circuit court,
hereby certify that the above is a true
and correct statement of the collec collector's
tor's collector's account with Marion county and
the sub-school districts, as to the 1914
levy, as the same appears on the
books in my office.
Witness my hand and official seal
this the 1st day of April, 1915.
(Seal) P. H. Nugent,
18-ltw Clerk Circuit Court.
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AMD COMMERCIAL COURSES
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OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1915
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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
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ON LAKE WEIR
Under the Personal Direction of ROY H. BOWERS and
H. CASSKLS, Assisted by Competent Helpers
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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
it do the work.
Ocala Steam Laundry
402-104 South Main St.
WINDSOR HOTEL AND PARK
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EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLANS
WILSON, MGR. T. M. WILSON, PROP.
ROOM A.NU BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF
Restaurant with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
FJiECTJtlC IvLKVATOU SERVICl'i PHONES IX ALL ROOMS
LOUI M. LONG
The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.
At the Woman's Club Tomorrow ; Reception Given by Mrs. Rheinatier
Tomorrow afternoon at the Worn- and Mrs. Von Engelken
an's Club Mrs. Frank Jennings of i The soft, natural light of a perfect
Jacksonville and Mrs. John Hans- j spring day and the fragrance and j
brough of Tampa are to deliver ad- j color of hundreds of the season's
dresses and on account of the promi-t choicest flowers added their beauty
nence of the speakers the meeting will ; and charm to the attractive home of
be an open one, the club extending a Mrs. Charles Rheinauer on Fort King
warm invitation to the general pub- avenue this afternoon, when she and
lie to attend. Delightful musical num- Mrs. L. H. von Engelken entertained
bers will be given by Miss Camp of ? most graciously at a reception in
Franklin, Va., Mrs. H. M. Hampton j honor of Miss Bessie MacKay, whose
and Miss Ethel Haycraft. The pro- j approaching marriage will be a beau beau-gram,
gram, beau-gram, including numbers by such able j tiful event of wide interest taking
able speakers and gifted musicians, j place the first week in May.
will be one of the very best of the en- j The entire house was most artistic
tire club year. Mrs. R. L. Anderson in its treatment, the rich hues of the
will be hostess of the social half hour various flowers blending exquisitely,
following the program. ; giving a beautiful effect and the vic-
trola which Misses Alice Bullock,
Informal Dance Catharine Livingston and Janet
; Weathers played all the afternoon on
(the veranda, added to the charm of
The hall was abloom with violets
and pansies, while there was a verta verta-ble
ble verta-ble rose garden in the drawing room
from the quantities of gorgeous roses
so lavishly used in the decoration
scheme for this room. Bowls of nas nasturtiums,
turtiums, nasturtiums, vases of roses and other
spring flowers adorned the sitting
and den. The walls and drap-
even then the dancers reluctantly said
In comrjliment to the visitors Irom
the University City, the young men j
of the dancing set were host to an ;
informal dance last night at the Worn- j
ah's Club, their hospitality giving
pleasure to nearly fifteen couples and
a large number of stags.
The night, cold and clear, was par-
ticularly suitable for the indulgence j
in the ever charming diversion. The (
strains of victrola music continued i
. x-t i i j room
nnni unv naT I r 1 rninniiriii iitiijf
v..... j : u ,l,.ui j
their adieus. r
. with wild olive, naevy in bloom. As
Besides the score or more visitors,
. t. xT;i-ithe guests ascended the front steps
there were present Misses Mildred b 1
r t a xr xvi Un,.off they were met by Mrs. E. L. Car-
Groman, Jean Austin, Ethel Haycraft, J a s
. 0. tu,. t?k;o ney and invited by Mrs. Leon Fishel
Virginia Sistrunk, Rosebud Robinson, J ,
to uie puncii lauie on niv west enu
Evening, 7:30 O'Clock
Scripture reading, Phil. 4:8. ;Y
Piano solo Miss Mabel Aiken. A
"A Voice from School, Church and I x
State" Mrs. Cassels, W. T. Gary and! J
H. C. Packham. j
Mixed quartet. i X
Recitation. "What to Drink jj
Frances Green of L. T. L. j
Vocal solo Mr. Frank Gates.
Reading Mrs. F. R. Bridges.
Instrumental selection Miss Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy Lancaster.
Prohibition Song of Good Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship Wilfred Harold.
Reading, "The Drunkard's WTife'
Mrs. Frank Wetherbee.
Vocal solo Mrs. John H. Taylor.
Everyone cordially invited. Ushers
from the various churches will seat
you comfortably and the ladies of the
W. C. T. U. will welcome you most
cordially. No collection.
(April 19th to 24th inclusive)
LAKE tVEIR W. C. T. U.
Tommie Standley, Elsie Meade, Dorris
Murry, Lucile Robinson, Nellie Beck Beckham,
ham, Beckham, Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. Wrilliam
Hocker, Mrs. I. F. Bennett, Messrs.
Norton Davis, Tom Pasteur, Julian
Bullock, Rae Ferguson, Sam Mathews,
Frank Harris, Jr., Frederick Hocker,
Carlisle Izlar, Holmes Walters, Whit
Palmer and others.
Miss Anna McDowell returned to
day from a visit of a week to Mrs.
H. O. Hamm in Palatka. Before go going
ing going to Palatka, Miss McDowell spent
several days in Jacksonville attending
Mrs. Frank Jennings of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville -and Mrs. John Hansbrough of
Tampa are charming guests until
Thursday of Mrs. William Hocker, ar arriving
riving arriving this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Anderson have
returned from Holder, where they
were guests for several days of Mr.
and Mrs. Becker.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Miller, who
were recently married in Florence, S.
C, have concluded their wedding trip
and are at home in Jacksonville with
the former's mother, Mrs. Phillip Mil- j There at
of the veranda, where Mrs. H. M.
Hampton and Mrs. L. F. Blalock ser served
ved served from a crystal bowl surrounded by
hundreds of pansies in a flat arrange arrangement,
ment, arrangement, delicious grape fruit punch.
At the front door Mrs. M. Fishel,
Mrs. Rheinauer's sister, welcomed the
callers and Mrs. G. S. Scott ushered
them to the drawing room where the
hostess and honoree received.
Mrs. Rheinauer wore white embroid embroidered
ered embroidered organdie over white satin, with
corsage bouquet of sweet peas; Mrs.
' Von Engelken, black lace over yellow
charemus with white roses. The
gowns were extremely handsome and
most becoming to the wearers. The
charming bride-elect, looked lovely,
. wearing white, embroidered in blue
for-get-me-nots and trimmed with
pink and white for-get-me-nots and
Receiving with them were Mrs.
i George MacKay, Mrs. J. H. Taylor,
i Miss Frances Arnold of Newnan, Ga.,
i Mrs. James Taylor, Miss Jean Austin,
; Mrs. Edward Holder, Mrs. J. K. Aus Aus--
- Aus-- tin and Miss Mamie Taylor wearing
j pretty reception gowns.
From the drawing room the guests,
invited by Mrs. W. S. Bullock, passed
through the sitting room to the den.
a prettily appointed table,
E. Mclver poured tea. It
was served witn macaroons ana lady
A Real 10 and 12 l-2c Value at only
The Lake Weir WT. C. T. U. met in
the afternoon of April 8th.
Opening song, "Battle Hymn of the
Prayer by Dr. Swan.
Minutes of previous meeting read
Answers to roll call, national intox intoxicants.
icants. intoxicants. A report from poster committee
A letter of thanks was read from
the Lady Lake Union.
Moved and carried that this union
send two dollars to the Chicago Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Shelter.
It was decided to take up the ba bazaar
zaar bazaar work that was postponed and
have the bazaar as previously planned
at the home of Mrs. Rast on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, April 15, afternoon and evening.
Moved and carried that the Lake
Weir Union give the Weirsdale church
$5 for the year 1015.
There being no other business mat matters
ters matters to attend to, the social was con conducted
ducted conducted by Mrs. Sigmon, who is sup superintendent
erintendent superintendent of the rescue depart department.
ment. department. The subject was, White Slave
Traffic of Today.
Mrs. Sigmon had prepared a very
interesting paper and read it, and
each member present read an article
on. the subject.
The meeting was adjourned to meet
in two weeks, April 22.
Mrs. Guthcry, Press Reporter.
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fingers by Misses Bettie Mclver and
The last of the stories preceding the j Annie Atkinson. In the floral appoint-
Colonial Dames' contest were told j ments of the former room was a vase
yesterday afternoon at the .Y. W. C. 1 of beautiful poppies grown in an
A. by Miss Frances Chambers. Will- 0cala garden. Suggestive of the ap ap-iam
iam ap-iam Penn, Oglethorpe and Benjamin 1 proaching nuptial date was the doll
Franklin were the heroes of the j bridal Paftv which met the eve on en"
stories, and their trials and triumphs tering this room.
were told in Miss Chambers' own in-: The development of the floral and
teresting way. Tribune. color scheme in the dining room was
especially artistic. The table, cov cov-Miss
Miss cov-Miss Ethel Seymour returned yes-ered with a handsome white drawn
terday from Tallahassee, where she!work cloth revealed -a typical Florida
was the guest for a few days of scene, orange blossoms with their j
friends at the Woman's College. I green foliage being used almost ex-
.clusively to carry out the green and
Mr. and Mrs. Allison Wartmann of I white color note- A silver basket
Citra, were numbered among the well ; filIed with orange blossoms and a
known out of town Marionites attend- j fluf!V whte tulle bow on the handle,
ing the ball game yesterday between formed the central decoration and
Ocala and the University. Mr. Wart- radiating from it were a dozen small
mann is a baseball enthusiast and sel- j crocheted baskets filled with clusters
dom misses a good game. of orange bloom. Streamers of tulle
extended from the chandelier to two
Mrs. L. T. Izlar and niece, Miss opposite corners of the table, termi-
Ada Sanders, have returned from I nating in bows, in which were caught
Candler, where they enjoyed a pleas- sprays of bloom. Cut glass compotes
ant visit with Mrs. C. H. Mathews. of salted almonds, mints and crystal-
ized grapefruit peel were on the table.
Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Graham of A tempting ice course was served
Gainesville were guests yesterday of! by Misses Mary Burford, Mary and
Mrs. Graham's uncle and aunt. Mr.!Anna McDowell, Gertie Peyser and
and Mrs. G. K. Robinson. Mrs. Gra- Minnie Stovall. Asking the ladies to
ham was formerly Miss Emily Van-ithe dining room was Mrs. H. A. Wa Wa-Deventer
Deventer Wa-Deventer and has a large number of terman.
friends in this city, many of whom 0n leaving many of the guests
she greeted during her brief visit. lingered on the veranda which had
been converted into an out-door liv-
Miss Susie Morris, who for several in room, and the lawn where chairs
years has been connected with the and seats had been arranged, to en en-telephone
telephone en-telephone exchange, and bv the faith- iov a pleasant tet-a-tete.
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ful and intelligent way in which she
discharged her duties had won the
position of manager, has resigned her.
office, having accepted a permanent
position, the duties of which she will
assume tomorrow. Miss Susie has en endeared
deared endeared herself to the public of Ocala
by the cheerful and conscientious way
in which she has served it. Always
prompt, always good natured in the
discharge of her exacting duties, shei
has won the friendship of hundreds
who do not know her when they see
her, but who have learned to value
her pleasant answer to their calls, and
the unfailing kindness with which she
straightened out the ever-occurring ;
snarls incidental to her business. No Nobody
body Nobody has called on Miss Susie more
constantly than the Star, and nobody
will miss her more. It hopes she will
ever meet the kindness and courtesy
she has unfailingly extended to others.
In spite of the strictest rules, it is
impossible to keep Cupid out of the
telephone exchange, and there are
other quick ears and pleasant voices ;
that we will miss before long".
No prettier afternoon affair has
added to the season's charm than to today's
day's today's courtesy to Miss MacKay and
bidden to enjoy it were an hundred
and fifty friends of Mrs. Rheinauer
and Mrs. Von Engelken.
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E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
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Undertaking OfSe 5
The third medal conteft under the
auspices of the Kendrick W. C. T. U.
was eriven bv the students of Fessen-
den Academy at Reddick, Sunday aft
eraoon, April 11th.
The Baptist church of these people
had been beautifully decorated with
vines, ferns and flowers for their
Easter services, and the church was
filled to capacity when Prof. Wiley
and the contestants arrived. Separ
ate seats, had been reserved for th
members of the W. C. T. U. of Ken Kendrick
drick Kendrick and a number of Reddick's most
prominent citizens who are interest interested
ed interested in the work, among them Mr. and
Mrs. Mayo and Mr. Cain.
Mrs. C. H. Shaw, superintendent of
the medal contest department of tho
W. C. T. U., presided.
Opening song Church choir.
Lord's Prayer Congregation.
Scripture reading, I. John 5:1-15
Mrs. J. B. Webb, Kendrick.
Prayer Rev. Heath.
Somr. "I Surrender All Church
"Frances Willard" Lottie Pick-
"American Altruism and the Amer American
ican American Saloon" Thomas Ward, Ken Kendrick.
drick. Kendrick. "The Two Glasses" Wyona WTard,
"Dreamers and Doers" Joseph
Pratt, Punta Gorda.
"There is No Cure But Prohibition"
Bettie Nelson, Martin.
"A Life Tragedy" Ophelia Falana,
"The Drinking House Across the
Way" Fannie Smith, Oklawaha.
"Patriotism and Prohibition" Jas.
L. Bass, Stanton.
Mr. Cam and Mr. Mayo of Reddick
and Mr. Shaw of Zuber, were appoint
ed judges and while they were mak making
ing making their decision the winners of sil silver
ver silver medals held the attention of the
audience, and were as follows:
"A Prohibition Nation in 1920
Why?" Gaston Cook, Gainesville.
"The Liquor Traffic Should be Out Outlawed"
lawed" Outlawed" Gilbert Maxwell, Floral City.
The medal was awarded to contest contestant
ant contestant No. 7, Fannie Smith of Oklawaha,
who was a new member appearing for
the first time to take the place of one
who dropped out upon receiving a
medal. This feature adds another
laurel to the faithful instructors who
have drilled these students.
Prof. Wiley made the presentation
speech in his usual pleasing" and sat
isfactory manner. He also prefaced
.he presentation speech with a most
excellent temperanec address to his
people and one which will long be re
membered by all who heard it.
Benediction by Rev. Deas.
Julia H. Webb, Press Supt.
JACKSONVILLE TO BALTiMSIli
New York 24.40
Bos ten . . ZZ7X1
Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on steamer. 5, Sailings fsr
Baltimore, Wednesday and Saturday, for Philadelphia Thursday aad S as as-day.
day. as-day. For tickets and other informat ion, call on or address
"UERCDANTS & DINERS TOAfi SPOUT Ml C 'I CO.".
The Mancfjcmenf ol DH. LZcCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving 01 the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and wtU Usa
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURSi 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 335
Put Your Ad. in the S
LAKE WEIR YACHT CLUB
Eastlake, Fla., April 12, 1915.
The Saturday night dances at the
club house will be continued until fur further
ther further notice. It has been decided to
meet at the club house every Saturday
at 6 o'clock for a picnic supper fol followed
lowed followed by dancing and cards.
The Thursday afternoon teas will
also be continued until further notice.
David S. Wood row,
Florist's Bright !czs.
"The young lady ha many aciJ
er. I wish to send her ton flowers
that will cause her to keep iae la es1s3
while she's away." "Well, there's rose rosemary,"
mary," rosemary," said the dealer reSectire!.
"That's for remembrance. Or jes
might send some forget-me-EOts.
Louisville Courier Journal.
til UXcJ j ILL.
YOUR CHILD'S COUGH
IS A CALL FOR HELP
Don't out 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 & cough away.ijtuer
AH fcuTKAn experience looks back t3
motherhood as the wonder of woaisrt?.
The patience, tit
Urae faith durlrj tit
period of expectancy
are second oar t
the mother lore b b-Htowci
Htowci b-Htowci open 1-9
most h-elple-Bs feuj
most marvelous cre creation
ation creation a baby. ?
Women 9lT9 QSiaS
to team f rota eacM
helpful arenciev that all t
No odds how bad the cough or how J comfort, and yet are perfectly safa ta aa
lone standing. Dr. King's New Discov-land anions thes they recoTrwS
t-v will ctnn i- Its oniamntPPd. Jn 9 1 "Mother's Friend.'
J ..... j- -- r-
get a bottle from your druggist
try it. Adv. Tuse, Thur, Fri.
SEE THK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
We now have on hand a full line .f
stock feed ;orn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, se S. H. Christian. 14-lm
It Is entirely an external app!!t!-ci
3eslgnel to lubricate the troaJ. t-.l
muscles and skin that protect
abdomen. It has been in fa vc rat; a
for nearly half a century and is feaowa
to mothers in almost every settled ccra
munity in tho United Stits who Li.z"-?
recommend it. You will find it en rtia
in drug: stores. "Mother's Frlenl U
utterly harroless. contains no &$&&-&rlz.2
dras. very beneficial, Tery aoctllzz a
Get a bottle of "Mother's Pi!nd" t?--v
nt an-v Am store and writ 8 ta '.'1
fr tit- intnirti little boc!i t'J r
Address Bradileli Ilesrulstcr Ci..
Lamar Bids., Atlanta, Ga-
OCA LA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1915
For Velvet Ice Cream Phone 525. tf
Baseball goods at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 3t
Smoke Cuban Club. 5c Cigar
For plumbing and electrical
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300.
Norris Box Candies at the
Pharmacy are the best made.
Mr. A. J. Leavengood of Stanton is
a business visitor in the city today.
W. K. Lane, 31. P., ; Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Noo
and Throat. Law library Building,
First of ihe season Pabst excellent
"back" beer on, draft at Johnny's, tf
.Mn C. A.Tremere of Belleview was
in the city yesterday and attended the
meeting of the Masons last night.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
A large shipment of Nrrris Candies
just received, at the Court Pharmacy.
Nt 7.e better made. 19-tf
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Baseball goods at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. . ; 3t
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
-Victrolas and -records at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. .. 3t:
Cuban CluL, 5c Cigar.
"'Subscribe for your magazines at
The Murray Company. 3t
Mr. Charles Whitesides of St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine is visiting lis Ocala friends.
Mr. Frank "Dupuis is representing
the Fairfield section in the city today.
He says that tho he is very much
against the county division proposi proposition
tion proposition the sentiment for it in some sec sections
tions sections of the proposed new count y ter territory
ritory territory is strong.
The most satisfying box of cany,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Stores only. 22-tf.
Mr..C; E. Simmons received a tele telegram
gram telegram from Daytona, where the East Eastern
ern Eastern Stars are folding their conven convention,
tion, convention, stating that Mr. C. E. Connor
of Ocala, was elected grand worthy
patron of the Eastern Stars for the
state of Florida.
.Malcolm Williams was seen on the
Street last night, in the full gleam of
the-.-electrics, but with a full-sized
railroad lantern in his hand and a full-
.sjze.d smile on .his face. It was at
..v;siret..supposed.helwas hunting an hon honest
est honest man, but inquiry developed that
he was going to the stable to look at
. Maud W's. little daughter. The young
lady horse is a beauty, and Malcolm
v wants some pretty girl to wish an ap-
propriate name on it.
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean. tf
during Catarrh is
i A Simple ftletliod
Go to its Source and the
Cure Is Then Ac Ac-.
. Ac-. complished.
5-w-.-. -' OnJy. those who have used S. S.
or the blood know that catarrh is sim-vvpiy-a
blood trouble. v
. 1- Most people, uninstructed In this mem
braneous disease, treat their nose and
throat as if catarrh was a local trouble.
It is not so. To treat catarrh it is nec necessary
essary necessary to go into the stomach, the liver,
the lungs, the kidneys and all the vital
organs of the body. And it Is S. S. S.
that at once enters the entire blood cir-
... x-ulation, all the organs of the body, all
V the mucous surfaces and becomes a
'dominant factor for renewed health. It
Is a simple method when you figure it
out. Catarrh is plainly an Inflamma Inflamma-tion"
tion" Inflamma-tion" of the mucous membranes.
And there is in S. S., S. certain ingre ingre-di"e"nts
di"e"nts ingre-di"e"nts ;which cause thesH; mucous sur sur-faces
faces sur-faces to change or convert their secre secre-"
" secre-" tions into a substance for easy elim-'-frnatlon.
"A special book on this subject
" Will be mailed to all who write to The
Swift Specific Co., 110 Swift Bldg., At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. Ga. v
Catarrh is very often the result of
some' other blood trouble, some germ
that gets into the blood and multiplies
beyond the control of nature.
" .' S.'S. is the remdy. Do not accept
a substitute for this matchless remedy.
Head the circular wrapped around the
bottle. It is Important.
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 8 80
0 0 90
. Generally, fair tonight and Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. OCALA FRUAL ORDERS
IAIUON-DUNX MASONIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge Tro. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening3 of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge'o hall the second and
(fourth Thursday evenings, of each
month at 7 so o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE JSV. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth TSuesday even evenings
ings evenings In each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofHce, east side.
David S. WillUms.E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOUSE
Ocala Lodge No. 69y, L. O. M.t
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. na.
Visiting brethern always welcome io
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffioo.
R. S. Rogers, Dictator.
Tulula Lodge No. 22; L O. 0F.t
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary. r
COXCORDH. LODGE F. U. OP A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-
WOODMEN OF THE WORM)
Fon King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hallfi at 8 p. m., every
secorfd and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
. J. W. Lamar, C C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Charles Goddard, C. C,
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
' CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter Xo. 13, R. A. M.t on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jalfe Braa-n, Secretary.
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Sarah C. Blitch, M. E, C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R. and M. C.
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.
Elm trees have been planted in tha
squares and parks of our city where
you may make their acquaintance.
They are trees you can learn to rec recognize
ognize recognize rt a distance because of their
general form cr habit of growth. A
well-grown tree is broad and rather
flat across the top, and for this rea reason
son reason it is called ?i fan-shaped tree.
NOTHING SO UUui)
FOR A COUGH OR COLD
When" you have a cold you want the
best nedicine obtainable so as to eet
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.
Wanted Her Egg "Shut'
Little Laura's mother was opening
an egg for her.. The child, looking at
the whole eggs in the dish, remon remonstrated:
strated: remonstrated: "Oh, mamna, I don't want
that kind. J want a shut egg, if you
Chicago, April 16. May wheat,
Ralph, the 9-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Melton of Citra,. died this
morning at the hospital. He was at attacked
tacked attacked with appendicitis last Sunday
and brought to the hospital Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night. The remains were prepar prepared
ed prepared for shipment to Citra today by Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver & MacKay.
Mr. Allison Wartmann this morn morning
ing morning came over from Citra in his car,
bringing Mrs. Mefton and her child children
ren children to the deathbed of the little boy.
Their friends deeply sympathize with
them in their sorrow.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCA NEEDS
STRAYED The night of April 14th,
a large black dog with white Teet
and tip of tail white; one toe on left
front foot brown; was taken from
my place near tarly mrd. $t 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. 15-6t
LOST Monday on Pine street be between
tween between South Second street and W.
Fort King avenue, a gold fountain
pen. Finder return to Star office
and receive rewardi 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-
' ing ipropferty and paying expenses.
.Apply .to W. P. Adams, Chief of
Police, Ocala, Fla.
RANGE FOR SALE A family size,
wood burning range, with hot wa water
ter water tank and connections for bath.
Apply at Star office. tf
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
, Housekeeping, inquire at the Co
lonial. v v r 7-tf
FOR' RENT Two connecting rooms,
furnished ; one, two or three Tooms,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
at residence of Mrs. A. M. Perry,
Herbert street. 3-18-tf
FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs for hatching. H. S. Wesson,
Ocala, Fla. 3-30-lm
FOR RENT New bungalow with all
modern conveniences, on South
Lime street. Apply to C. V. Rob Roberts.
erts. Roberts. 8-6t
WANTED To lease or buy, two second-hand
syrup boilers of 100 100-gallon
gallon 100-gallon capacity. Call or write, J.
R. Moorhead, Ocala, Fla. 10-tf
HOUSE FOR RENT Six rooms, gas,
water, electric lights, bath and
other conveniences; in good repair;
on Watula street opposite Ocala
Telephone Company's building; rent
reasonable. Apply to Miss Rena
Smith, at Haycraft Millinery. 9-6t
night, one dog
puppy, white with
two liver spots,. 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. 13-6t
FOR RENT A six-room cottage with
modern conveniences, at $4 per
month; W. 5th street near old high
school building. Mrs. R. L. Car Carter.
ter. Carter. 13-12t
FOR RENT One-story building, 12
by 40 feet, suitable for shop, stable
or store room; including large cor corner
ner corner lot. Five blocks from court
house. Rent, $3 per month. J. M.
Wenzel, 313 W. Orange St. 13-6t
FOR SALE At a bargain, a hand handsome
some handsome large corner lot; fine location;
five blocksfrom city hall. Will sell
for cash or easy monthly payments.
Address J. M. Wenzel, 313 Orange
FOR RENT Desirable front bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, electric lights and all mod modern
ern modern conveniences. Apply 20 Her Herbert
bert Herbert street. 16-6t
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i OPENING GAME
TAKEN BY OCALA
(Continued from First Page"
on the bleachers and furnished music
during the game. The band came
down to assist in the minstrel show ;
at the Temple theater last evening. ;
There was a good attendance at ;
this the opening game of the season i
and all were well pleased with the :
showing made by Hunter's aggrega aggregation.
tion. aggregation. ;
Some said "two to one on the Uni University"
versity" University" at the opening, but there
was nothing doing at even after the
game had progressed a few minutes.
Ocala fans are satisfied that Man Manager
ager Manager Hunter has gotten together a
winner for the 1915 season. Yester Yesterday's
day's Yesterday's performance contained quite a
bunch of errors, but practice will pull
them out of the kinks.
Two of Ocala's soft drink estab establishments
lishments establishments had their products on the
grounds for quenching the thirst of
the fans and did a fairly good busi business.
ness. business. Dewey's slide home in the fifth was
a feature of the game, and the boys
say he's got the "hook" down fine.
The Ocala boys showed up fine in
their brand new uniforms. They are
of the same handsome design as last
year's, white, with red lettering and
white and red sox.
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
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
all coughs and colds. 25c. at your
druggist. Adv. Tues, Thur, Fri.
OF THE. CITY COUNCIL
FOR THE YEAR
D. W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, M. J.
Geo. A. Nash. W. A. Knight, H. A.
M. J. Roess, D. W. Tompkins, Geo.
John Moore, M. J. Roess, J. C.
J. J. Gerig, H. A. Fausett, W. A
W. A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, C.
J. C. Smith, J. M. Meffert, J. J.
H. A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash, D.
John Moore, H. A. Fausett, J
Light and Water
J. M. Meffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.
J. Gerig. i
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.
To Freshen Lemons.
When lemons are hard, covr them
with boiling water and stand them
aside to cool. They will then appear
fresh and full of juieo. Neither will
irr.st diluted by
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." tor sale by all dealers. Adv.
Notice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala, of Marion
county, Florida, will apply to the leg-
islature of the state oi r loriua, ai me
next session thereof, for special or
local legislation for the following
To give the circuit court of the fifth
judicial circuit of the state of Florida,
sitting in chancery, jurisdiction upon
any bill brought by the city of Ocala,
to recover for any sidewalk or street
paving done by the said city within
the corporate limits thereof in cases
where the assessments made therefor
against any real estate is void by rea reason
son reason of any irregularity in the making
thereof; further, to give the said
court the Dower and jurisdiction to de
termine the amount due said city aft after
er after taking into consideration the costs
of such improvement and the en enhancement
hancement enhancement of the property by such
improvement and having so determin determined
ed determined such amount to make and enter
a decree in favor of said city for such
amount, which decree shall be a lien
superior to all other liens on such
property, whether accruing before or
after the entry thereof, and whether
said property may have changed own ownership
ership ownership since the time of the making
of such improvement or not. Further,
that the said court shall have such
power and jurisdiction, and fyis act
shall apply to all such assessments
whether- heretofore or hereafter
made by said city, and whether orig original
inal original assessments made have been de declared
clared declared to be void by a court or not;
further, that said city shall be requir required
ed required to join as defendants only the
owners of such property at the time
of the filing of such bill. 2-5-fri-2m
City "Council of the City of Ocala.
(Continued from Third Pae)
Miss Susie Morris to Wtd
An announceemnt that will occas occasion
ion occasion sincere and widespread interest
will ba that of the engagement of
Miss Susie Morris of this city to Mr.
Henry A. McConn cf Tarapa. The
weddinr will be solemnized quietly to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 12 o'clock r.t the home of
Miss Morris parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Morris, Sr., and witnessing the
ceremony will be only relatives of the
immediate family and a few very
close friends. Mr. McConn and his
bride will leave on the 1 o'clock train
for Tampa, where they will reside.
For nine years Miss Morris has
been associated 7yith the telephone ex exchange
change exchange and for several years has
been the chief operator. She has won
for herself an envious reputation for
proficiency and by her attractive, bus business
iness business like personality has made hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of friends throughout the coun county
ty county and up and down the wires who
will regret to learn that she is to
leave Ocala, but will join in wishing
her every possible happiness in wed wedded
ded wedded life.
Business j id Pleasure
President D. "V Tompkins of the
business men's class of the Methodist
Sunday school called a meeting of his
"cabinet" at his home on Oklawaha
last evening to discuss plans for in increasing
creasing increasing the usefulness of the organ organization.
ization. organization. After grave matters of "state" had
been discussed for about two hours,
Mrs. Tompkins and Miss Irene served
the cabinet members with delicious
brick ice cream, cake and fudge,
which was greatly enjoyed by all.
The business men's class has grown
constantly since its organization and
its influence for good in the church
has been felt from its very concep conception.
tion. conception. While the average attendance
at the regular Sunday service is about
the same as that of .other classes in
the church, many of its members are
extremely enthusiastic of its possi possibilities.
bilities. possibilities. The plans suggested at last eve evening's
ning's evening's meeting at the Tompkins home
are bound to help along in the good
Off for Niagara Falls
Mr. and Mrs. John Dorn and daugh daughter
ter daughter Miss Helen, who have been visit visiting
ing visiting Messrs. Elmer and Aland DeCamp
here for the past two weeks, left this
morning in their auto, bound for their
home in Niagara Falls N. Y.
The Dorns have bought a winter
home in South Florida and will in
future spend their winters here. Mrs.
Dorn is a sister of Mr. Elmer De-
They made the trip south in their
car, but will probably ship it from
Jacksonville to Baltimore by boat,
meeting it there and continuing the
balance of the trip home overland.
They are very much in love with
Florida. Mr. Dorn is a building con
tractor in Niagara Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brigance have
returned from a visit to friends at
Mcintosh. v f
Mrs. J. P. Regisdale of Orlando is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Wal Walter
ter Walter Marsh, arriving yesterday.
Mrs. H. A. Kramer, Mrs. B. F. Con Condon,
don, Condon, Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, Mrs. Hat Hat-tie
tie Hat-tie Webb, Mrs. B, C. Webb and Miss
Julia Webb, delegates to the Eastern
Star meeting at Daytona, are expect expected
ed expected home on the Ocala Northern to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Miss Lila Killbrew, who has been
the guest of her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Killebrew,
for the past two weeks, left yesterday
for her home in Newton, Ala.
Mrs. W. E. Livzey and daughter,
Miss Anna, who have been the guests
of Mrs. Lena B. Jennings and mother
for the past few weeks, will leave
Saturday morning for Ocala and
other points before returning to their
home in New Castle, Ind. Tavares
Mrs. G. H. Coyle and daughter,
Miss Willakeo, of Wilmington, Del.,
have been visiting the former's moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. W. E. Fosnot at Eastlaki-, for
the past two weeks. She left for home
today on the A. C. L., but expects to
return in about two months to spend
the summer on Lake Weir.
Mrs. Mary Eagleton is enjoying a
visit from Mrs. Charles Calvert of
Orlando. Mrs. Calvert was before
her marriage Miss Mary Bennett, a
society belle of Kentucky, residing in
Louisville and twenty years ago she
visited in Ocaia, a guest at the home
of Mrs. Eagleton's mother, Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward Badger.
Miss Lois Bray has been made
chief operator in the telephone ex exchange.
change. exchange. She fills the place former formerly
ly formerly held by Miss Susie Morris, who re resigned.
signed. resigned. N
Mrs. David R. Connor, who has been
in poor health since November, is now
in the Marion County Hospital and is
resting fairly comfortable today.
The Philatheas of the Methodist
church met at the home of Mrs. Er Er-vin
vin Er-vin on North Main street last night,
to pack a box for the Methodist or orphanage
phanage orphanage at Enterprise. After filling
a big box with pretty and useful ar-
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It will pay you to take advantage of eur SATURDAY and
You take NO RISK, for we offer you nothing but the BEST
GOODS. Every article is GUARANTEED, and if at any time any anything
thing anything isn't right, all you have to do is to let us know and WE WILL
GLADLY MAKE IT RIGHT.
Here is our list of SPECIALS for
. liiay9 file ill to
Kingan's Reliable Hams, per pound 13c
Kingan's Sliced Smoked Bacon, per pound 23e
WHITE BACON, per pound... 12;c
Lard Compound, per pound, 10c
Water Ground Meal, 10 pounds for 25c
Irish Potatoes, per peck, 21c
Hecker's Oat Meal, per package 09c
Post Toasties, per package 09c
15c Grade Green Coffee, 2 pounds for 2.c
20c Grade Roasted Coffee, per pound 15c
25c Broom (4 string) each 18c
10c Tins Baltimore Tomatoes, per dozen .00c
15c Tins Red Line Lima Beans, per tin 12c
15c Tins Red Line Peas, per tin 12c
20c Tins ROYAL SCARLET Sliced or Grated Pineapple, per tin. 18c
20c Tins ROYAL SCARLET Lima Beans, per tin 18c
15c Tins ROYAL SCARLET Lima Beans, per tin 13c
30c Tins ROYAL SCARLET Asparagus Tips, per tin 27c
35c Tins ROY'AL SCARLET Peaches, per tin ..12c
35c Tins ROYAL SCARLET Apricots, per tin ?2c
20c Tins ROYAL SCARLET Tuna Fish, per tin '. ISc
.Try TUNA FISH in salad instead of chicken and you m ill be ue ue-lighted
lighted ue-lighted with the result.. Tuna Fish is called the CHICKEN OF
J3JJQjN -013 (PHONE 174 has been Discontinued.)
GOOD BAKING POWDER AND GOOD
FLOUR GO HAND IN HAND
We sell Calumet Baking Pooler ai id Henry
Clay Flour to you under a-
r Flour to you under--'Money
Get a can of this well known brand today, ana
See if it does not do all and More than is claimed
for it. "BEST BY TEST," both Flour and Baking
One 10c Can of Calumet Baking Powder FREE,
with a 24 pound sack of Henry Clay Flour
tides for the orphans, the Philatheas
had a pleasant social.
Mr. L. B. Raysor and his charming
daughter, Miss Victoria, were in town
today from their home at Lowell.
Baseball goods at The Murray Com-,
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
A SLUGGISH LIVER
Let your liver get torpid and you
are in for a spell of misery. Every-
body 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.
. BP 7
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(Made in Morion Cmnty,
Florida, U. S. A.)
222c PER P0UXD, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice l Packing Co
If yoUr car needs PAINTING ee
Tf , .
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AUTO PRESERVATION POLISH"
aM save paint bills Price $1.00.
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203 Main St- Phone V3Z
, OCALA, FLORIDA