OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1915
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ACTIVITY OF JAPS
HEW QRLEAfiS Oil THE WAT
Washington, April 17. The cruiser
New Orleans was today ordered from
San Diego to Mazatlan, to investigate
the reports of Japanese operations at
Turtle Bay, on the coast of Lower
California, and report immediately by
wireless to Admiral Howard, at San
Diego the number and names of the
Japanese warships at Turtle Bay,
said to ; be engaged in floating the
Japanese cruiser Asama which is
CAUSES UNITED STATES MUCH
CONCERN SUCCESS OF
Washington, April 17 Continued
reports of desperate food conditions
in Mexico City continue to give the
administration much concern.
. The result of the big battle at Ce Ce-laya
laya Ce-laya continues a matter ; of doubt.
Nobody except the most ardent Car Car-ranza
ranza Car-ranza partisans accept the report of
Gen. Obregon's decisive victory.
FOREIGNERS WILL LEAVE
MEXICO CITY FRIDAY
Brazilian; Minister is Arranging to
Bring Out a Big Bunch
Washington, April 17. The Brazil Brazilian
ian Brazilian minister in Mexico today notified
the state department that he had ar arranged
ranged arranged to take. 300 foreigners out of
Mexico City on a special train April
23th, and will endeavor to reach Vera
HAVE BURIED THE HATCHET
Colonel Roosevelt and Professor Taft
Meet and Part in Kindness
New Haven, Conn., April 16. For
the first time since they came to the
parting of the ways, Col. Theodore
Roosevelt and Prof. Win. II. Taft,
former presidents of the United
States, met yesterday and shook
hands at the funeral services of their
mutual friend, Prof. Thomas R.
Ixmnsbury of Yalel
The services were held in the Bat-
tell Chapel, and the Taft-Roosevelt
meeting came in a little ante-room of
the chapel. Col. Roosevelt and Bran-
dcr Matthews came up from New
York with President Hadly. The
thiee were met at the station by
Prof Max Farrand of the history de department
partment department and went to the chapel. As
they entered Prof. Taft stepped for forward
ward forward and said:
"How do you do, Theodore."
lie extended his hand, which Col.
Roosevelt shook, and the two asked
after each other's families.
SALE OF NAVAL STORES
Over Sixteen Thousand Barrel! Sold
in the Pensacola Exchange
Pensacola, April 17. The sale of
16,580 barrels of rosin, the second
largest transaction in naval stores re
ported in the southeast this season,
was posted on the naval stores ex
change here yesterday. The sale was
at an advanced price and covered a
wide range of grades. The amount
paid by buyers was approximately
BUSINESS FOR SALE
A splendid mercantile business, in including
cluding including groceries, furniture, 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 docs not
want to invest that much. Did $28, $28,-000
000 $28,-000 business last year. Owner's
health is failing and must get out. If
interested, call on or write the Ocala
Have your choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" or Pabst'u Blue Ribbon on
draft, at Johnny's. 6-tf
1 till III
DOES HOT PLEASE
-10 MAZATLAII TO SIZE UP
Grand Duke Nicholas, Russian Commander-in-Chief,
Shot by One of
Berlin, April 17. Grand Duke
Nicholas, commander-in-chief of the
Russian armies, was shot by. one of
his generals who subsequently com committed
mitted committed suicide. The grand duke call called
ed called General Sievers to account for de defeat.
feat. defeat. Sievers shot Nicholas in the
abdomen, then himself through the
GERMANS WHIP EVERYTHING
Berlin, April 17. French attacks
near Flirey were repulsed. The Ger Germans
mans Germans lost a small point of support on
the south slope of Lorette heights
northwest of Arras yesterday.
The English used grenades and as asphyxiating
phyxiating asphyxiating bombs east of Ypres. The
Germans stormed and captured a
group of French fortifications north northwest
west northwest of Perthes. A French counter
Germans captured a French posi
tion northwest of Urbeis in the Vos-
ges, taking a number of prisoners,
later evacuating the poistion as use useless."'
less."' useless."' c; !. rf- "f 4Rrn r-t
German aviators shelled Greenwich",
near London. YrfI 7 i
Situation in the. east is unchanged.
Prohibitionists will Try to Legislate
Florida Saloons Out of
Tampa, "April 17. A special to the
Times from Tallahassee says:
The temperance forces, in com compliance
pliance compliance with threats made preceding
defeat of the Blitch submission reso
lution in the Senate, this morning be began
gan began introducing bills in both houses
providing the most stringent regula regulation
tion regulation of saloons in this state.
In the Senate, President Davis, who
voted against the submission resolu resolution,
tion, resolution, but who stated that he favors
strict regulation of saloons, introduc introduced
ed introduced a measure providing that no liquor
shall.be sold in counties where. sale
of same is allowed by law, in less
than half-pint bottles and that same
must be in securely sealed recepta
cles and that no liquor shall be con
sumed on the premises of a saloon.
The Davis measure would further
prohibit pictures, closed doors, screens
and music, and requires that saloons
shall be thoroughly lighted at all
hours of the night. A similar bill
was introduced in the House today by
Mr. Pinney of St. Lucie.
Shortly after the House adjourned
at 12 o'clock until 10 o'clock Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning, the House committee on
temperance met and favorably re reported
ported reported the measure introduced in the
House by Representative Pinney and
known as the Davis package act, reg regulating
ulating regulating sale of liquor.
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." 2f and 50 cent
bottles. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
We now have on hand a full line uf
stock feed com, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
OPERATIONS OF WARSHIPS
A Ji s
Harry K. Thaw.
HARRY MUST RETURN
TO THE CRAZY HOUSE
Appelate Division of New York Court
Decided Thaw's Case
New York, April 17. Harry Ken Kendall
dall Kendall Thaw was ordered back to the
state hospital for the criminal insane
at Matteawan yesterday by the appe appelate,
late, appelate, division of the New York su supreme
preme supreme court.;
In an opinion concurred in by all
the justices, the court affirmed the de denial
nial denial aby Supreme. Justice -Page of a
motion to return Thaw to the juris jurisdiction
diction jurisdiction fithe; state of New Hamp Hampshire
shire Hampshire whence he was extradited to
stand trial for conspiring to escape
from the Matteawan asylum and rul ruled
ed ruled that the original order commit committing
ting committing him to the institution was still
Plans are being formulated to take
the. case to the state court of ap appeals.
peals. appeals. CONFER WITH THE KAISER
Plans Will be Made for Summer Cam Campaigns
paigns Campaigns in Galicia and Poland
Amsterdam, April 17.- German offi officers
cers officers are being rushed from the west western
ern western to eastern front to be placed in
command over the Austrians. The
kaiser has ordered the principal Ger German
man German generals and a few high Aus Austrian
trian Austrian commanders to meet him in a
grand conference to discuss the sum summer
mer summer campaign in Poland and Galicia,
the middle of next weekJ
BIG RAILROAD BUSY
Pennsylvania is Buying Twenty Mill Million
ion Million Dollars Worth of Material
Philadelphia, April 17.-The Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania railroad today went into the
market for building material for $20, $20,-000,000
000,000 $20,-000,000 worth of equipment which it
will build in its own shops.
RUN OVER BY A FREIGHT TRAIN
Early this morning while Morah
Parson, a colored section hand on the
Seaboard at Citra, was going to work
he was run over by a southbound
freight train and badly mangled. His
left leg was cut off below the knee,
his right arm broken and several ribs
broken, besides receiving internal
injuries. He was brought to Ocala
and turned over to the local road
physician, who had him taken to the
Afro-American hospital for treat
Morah had started down the track
and when the train came in sight
started to step to one side. His sole
had been worn through and as he tried
to step off the track it caught on a
crosstie and held him to the track. He
was seen by the trainmen, but the
train could not be stopped in time
to keep from running over his leg.
He was dragged for some distance by
the engine, causing the internal in
juries and also breaking his arm. He
is at present holding his own at the
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
KAISER'S ZEPPELINS EOGII T017AR0 LOIIDOII FROM
THE EASTERN COAST
London, April 17. Though the ex
pected Zeppelin attack upon London
did not materialize last night, ex
traordinary precautions have been
ordered by Secretary of War Kitchen Kitchener.
er. Kitchener. The German air eraft are edging
nearer and nearer the city. People
have been strongly warned to take ev every
ery every precaution possible. Special con
stabulary from Scotland Yard were
placed on duty last night, indicating
that the British officials fear a Ger German
man German air attack during the night.
DID LITTLE DAMAGE
London, April 17. England yester
day experienced its third hostile air
raid within forty-eight hours, but the
last, like the others, resulted in no loss
of life and no serious damage to
Taking advantage of the weather
which enabled zeppelins to visit the
vicinity of the Tyne Wednesday night
and the coasts of Suffolk and Essex
early yesterday morning, a German
aeroplane flew over the county of
Kent, dropping bombs. In all, four
missiles were dropped in the vicinity
of the towns of Favefsham and Sit-
tingbourne, the latter just across the
Bugle from the Isle of Sheppey, which
is the birthplace of the British royal
naval flying corps.
All the bombs fell in fields.
DID A WHOLE LOT OF DAMAGE
Berlin, April 17. One Zeppelin
raided the southeast coast of Eng England
land England early Friday and returned safe safely
ly safely to its base.
An official statement declares that
serious damage to English towns and
districts was inflicted by the Zeppelin
raids. The British authorities are
suppressing the real results.
nIQHE WAR MATERIAL
ORDERED: FROM AMERICA BY
New York, April 17. It was re
ported today that the Baldwin loco
motive works received direct an order
for $20,000,000 worth of war mater material.
ial. material. Details unavailable.
OTHER ORDERS IMPENDING
Washington, April 17. It was
learned today that $30,000,000 of the
$65,000,000 order given by Russia to
the American Locomotive. Co. for war
material will be sub-let to the New
York Air Brake Co., and the West West-inghouse
inghouse West-inghouse Electric and General Elec Electric
tric Electric Co. will come in for sl good por portion.
tion. portion. The contract stands good even
though hostilities cease long before
the delivery of the material. It is
known that other large war material
orders are pending.
ALLIED WARSHIPS ARE ACTIVE
Shelling Turks On Palestine Coast
and in the Straits
Paris, April 17. A French cruiser
supported by a hydroplane Friday
bombarded the works at Elarish and
the camps of the Turkish troops con
NOTHING TO REPORT
Paris, April 17. There is a lull in
operations today, and nothing to re
ATTACKING SHIP DRIVEN OFF
Constantinople, April 17. The al
lied warships in the Gulf of Saros are
again shelling the works on the Gulf
of Gallipoli. Bulair was bombarded
but no serious damage resulted. A
hostile ironclad struck by Turkish
shells, caught fire and retired in the
direction of Tenedos.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
The drugs used in our prescription
department are the best to be had,
and ACCURACY is our watchword.
The Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
Baseball goods at The Murray Com
An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask
for Triola Sweets. 22tf
DAHSER OF DIVISiQ
Representative Crosby Fears the
Plan to Carve Marion Will
Mr. W. J. Crosby, one of Marion
county's representatives in the legis legislature
lature legislature .-ame in this afternoon to talk
to soma of his constituents and spend
a short time with his family, but
will return tomorrow afternoon in
time to.be in his seat Monday morn morning.
ing. morning. Mr. Crosby feel3 very much uneasy
over the counts division bill. He says
he is not easily alarmed and does not
feel that he is unduly alarmed. The
situation is grave and there are 5 of
the committee of 9 in favor of the
passage of the bill, so that, unless
some, of them are changed, the com committee,
mittee, committee, before whom the bill comes
Monday night, will report favorably
on the it and it will then go to the
Senator Blitch, of Levy is working
hard for the bill. The senator has
been working on the members, long
before the legislature convened. Mr.
Crosby says many members have told
him they wanted to see the merits of
the bill before promising to work
against it. If a good showing is made
they will be in favor of its passage.
It is the first to come up of a num number
ber number of county division bills and on it3
fate, depend others, it is said, so the
Marion-Alachua-Levy bill is the axjs
on which they will turn.
Many men of influence, both in the
house and senate and outside citizens
are working hard for the passage of
Senator Blitch feels that his politi political
cal political fate hangs on, the passage of the
bill and : the creation of a new coun county,
ty, county, and he( will leave no Avork undone
to, get it through.
Members of the legislature were in interviewed
terviewed interviewed in the interest of the bill,
all over, the state, some of them
weeks before the legislature met.
Unless our citizens get mighty
busy, there is a strong probability
that the great and fertile northwest
corner of s the county, about 200,000
acres will be cut off and taken away
Meets Strong Opposition from Major Majority
ity Majority in Alachua, Levy and
Jacksonville, April 16. A special
to the Times-Union from Tallahassee
The formation of Bloxham county
out of a part of Levy, Alachua and
Marion "counties, promises tonight to
become one of the livest contests to
be settled by the present legislature.
J. R. Maxwell, of Trenton, in Alachua
county, is here boosting the new
county and it is also being pushed by
Jefferson Davis Rooney, of Marion
county, is also upon the ground. He
is uncompromisingly opposed to giv giving
ing giving up any part of Marion county,
even to perpetuate the name of Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's most distinguished son, who has
gone to his reward. He says Marion
will have a delegation here big
enough, strong enough and active
enough to defeat any such proposi proposition
tion proposition if it can be done by hard work.
MACHINE OF ITALY
Nation Has 1,200,000 First Line Men
Milan, April 17. Italy has 1,200, 1,200,-000
000 1,200,-000 first line soldiers under arms.
They are from twenty to twenty-six
years of age, perfectly armed and
General Zupello, Italian minister of
war, said a miracle had been accom accomplished
plished accomplished in Italy, which after maintain maintaining
ing maintaining for twenty years a military or organization
ganization organization merely for preservation of
peace, had created one of the most
perfect of war machines. He said the
army's equipment was superior pro proportionately
portionately proportionately to that of the German
army at the- beginning of the war.
Smoke Cuban Club. 5c Cigar
AVIATORS OF GERMY EXCEED
FIGII1G GOES 01! WITH UNABATED FIERCENESS 0!
-Petrograd, April 17. The Germans
near the Narew river in Poland de developed
veloped developed aerial activity on a scale
hitherto unknown in the eastern war.
Whole flotillas of German flying ma machines
chines machines are bombarding towns and vil villages
lages villages in the Russian lines, dropping
a perfect rain of bombs. Deep mud
and melting snow are hindering troop
CONFLICT IN THE CARPATHIANS
Fighting continues with unabated
fierceness in the Carpathian moun mountains.
tains. mountains. ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Sons of Confederate Veterans Change
their Monthly Meeting Date
At the meeting of the S. C. V. last
night, the following officers were
Commander: D. Niel Ferguson.
First Lieutenant Commander: D. E.
Second Lieutenant Commander:
John L. Edwards. f
Adjutant: W. T. Gary.
Treasurer: H. D. Stokes.
Chaplain: Rev. Bunyan Stephens.
Historian: L. R. Chazal.
Color Sergeant: Hugo Mcintosh.
Quartermaster: J. R. Moorhe&d.
Surgeon: Dr. D. M. Smith.
There was a good attendance at
the meeting, and all present paid their
dues, setting a good example to those
absent. It was resolved that the
camp should meet hereafter on the
third Friday night in each month.
CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLES
Clarence and R. C. Camp of Ocala
were here this week while the cafee
of J. T. Davis vs. Florida Power Co.
was being tried.
The f olowing men of Ocala were
here this week attending to duties in
the court: Judge W. S. Bullock, W. K.
Zewadski, B. J. Hunter, R. L. Ander Anderson
son Anderson and son, W. W. McCullough and
E. J. Jones.
Fred Van Roy is reported very sick
at his home in Crystal River, and
could not attend the annual meeting
of the national crate manufacturers at
Savannah this' week, of which associa association
tion association he is the 'secretary.
, Col. H. M. Hampton, one of Ocala's
prominent attorneys, was transacting
business in Inverness Monday, and
among other things was looking after
some cases he had in court here.
F. D. Sanders of Ocala was here
several days this week, working in the
abstract office. Mr. Sanders is a fav favorite
orite favorite among the young people and all
are glad to have him with us for a
BurbanK, April 15. Weather is fine
at present and all farmers are busy
planting their gardens.
Miss Ruth E. Hubbard returned
Sunday after a two weeks visit with
her sister and friends in Palatka.
Mr. Clarence E. Turner spent Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Sunday in Palatka, the
I guest of friends.
t -a a mwm v m v m
Mr. i tr. &enara oi t on aicuoy
was here between trains Sunday look looking
ing looking after business affairs.
Mrs. W. C. Bogue and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Dorothy are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
John Q. Tilghman -in Palatka.
Mr. L. H. Langworthy made a bus business
iness business trip to Ocala Monday.
Sunday morning an Easter program
was rendered in the church. On ac account
count account of the books t not arriving in
time the program was delayed a week.
Everyone reported a good program.
Mr3. Bella Worst and daughter
Pearl spent Sunday at the V. H. Tur Turner
ner Turner home.
Messrs. Dyke and Haney left Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning for a fishing trip but
returned that afternoon with a fine
lot of fish.-
Rev. J. H. Hight has just finished
adding two more rooms on his house
on Haney avenue.
Globe-Wernicke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. 3t
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ACCORDING TO THE JAPANESE
W1IL SOON BE EX EXHAUSTED
HAUSTED EXHAUSTED Tokio, April 17. Hostilities will
soon have to come to an end in the
European war, because of the ex exhaustion
haustion exhaustion of the belligerents, accord according
ing according to a statement by Count Okuwa,
the Japanese premier, made today ad addressing
dressing addressing an audience of journalists.
DAMAGE WILL SOON
BE MADE GOOD
The freight boat, G. A. Carmichacl,
sunk in collision in the St. Johns river
a few days ago, has been raised, tow towed
ed towed to Palatka and placed on the ways.
It will not be long before the boat is
Wacahoota, April, 13. A very light
shower, fell here this afternoon. Every
body is delighted over the lovely
spring weather we have been having.
Miss Rosalie Smith and Mrs. Sara
ShuleK were ;callin.g in; the Ebenezer
section "VVednesday afternoon.;
Mr. Cedrick Smith! was a business
visitor to Williston. Thursday after afternoon.
Mr. J. O. Tyson took a fine load of
oranges to Gainesville Friday.
Mrs." M. Phiney, Miss Ollie Phiney
and Mrs. Clarence McDowal and child child-ren
ren child-ren of Raleigh, were visitors to, Mrs.
Bruton Friday. Miss Olive Phiney
will spend some time with Mrs. Bra
ton, the rest of the party returned
in the afternoon.
The Central school closed Friday
with a basket picnic and quite a num number
ber number of patrons and friends attended.
Miss Ethel Senn, of De Funiak
Springs, was the efficient teacher this
term. In the morning the children
had a number of reviews, an arithme arithmetic
tic arithmetic race and a spelling match and
showed they had been doing excell excellent
ent excellent work. At noon a sumptious din dinned
ned dinned was spread in the shade of the
beautiful trees on the school yard,
and was much enjoyed by all.
In the afternoon a little entertain entertainment
ment entertainment was given. First on the pro program
gram program was an address of welcome, by
Dialogue "The Farmers; Hubert
Walton, Randolph Britt,' Maybel Sim Simmons,
mons, Simmons, Martha Britt, Jonnie Tyson,
and Bertie Britt.
Dialogue Mr. Bayberry's Dilcma;"
Miss Senn, Thelma Curry, Maybelle
Simmons and Hubert Walton.
Recitation "The Responsibility of
a Girl;" Jauielie Tyson.
Dialogue "The Tramp," Jonnie Ty Tyson
son Tyson and Thelma Curry.
Tableaux "Everybody Works but
The children did their parts well
and Miss Senn deserves a great deal
of praise for she has labored early
and late to make a success. The
school room was prettily decorated
for the occasion and the yards were
clean and neat.
Miss Rosalie Smith gave a fish fry
on Grass Prarie Saturday in honor
of Miss Ethel Senn. Those who at attended
tended attended besides the hostess and heno heno-ree
ree heno-ree were Mrs. Sara Shuier, Mis3
Mamie Gibbons, Mrs. C. II. Smith,
Messrs. Clarence, Cedrick and Napo Napoleon
leon Napoleon Smith, Woodson Bradshaw, NeaJ
Mathews and Willie Whitehurst. Fish
were plentiful and an ideal day wa?
Mrs. J. O. Tyson invited a few
friends to supper Sunday night in
honor of Miss Senn.
Messrs. Hodson and Fleraraing, of
Archer, passed thru here Sunday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon with a party joy riding".
Smoke Cuban Clah, 5c Cig&r.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGEIt & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
B. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Oct W Fla.. postofflce as second class matter.
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months. In advance..... 2.50
Three months, In advance. . 1.25
On month, In advance 50
One year- In advance .$8.00
Six months, In advance. .... 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
Jack Johnson was a colored person
up to the time hexmet Jess Willard.
Then he was a discolored person.
State Senator Terrell and Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives Crosby and Henderson vot voted
ed voted for the state-wide prohibition
Headline in a Lake City paper says,
"Columbia County Seeks Relief from
the Legislature." Wonder what the
lPtrislature is doine to Columbia
All the moving picture fans will re
gret to learn that Johnny Bunny is
very ill at his home in Brooklyn. He
may die. He is 52 years old and has
made more fun than any other movie
actor in America.
The theory of returning good for
evil works out beautifully in theology
and the story books, but we fear that
in real Kfe it generally encourages
evil. It would be better to try to ar
rive at exact justice.
Somehow, the prospect that all
dyestuffs will soon be exhausted
doesn't worry the Star. Its principal
result would be to make the women
ORE THE BURDE
Story of an Ocala Girl Who Became
Her Family's Main Stay
Times-Union: A story of intense
human interest was brought into the
state fair headquarters to George
Mason yesterday, concerning a young
Ocala girl and her efforts to jump
into the breach when the crops on
her father's place failed through a
combination of the unseen powers and
the elements. But unfortunately all
names are withheld, though the story
itself has a significant bearing upon
the idea of organizing girls' canning
clubs throughout the state of Florida.
According to the story as told by a
woman who is one of the assistant
MRS. FRANK WETHERBEE
Editor for April
he shall be pensioned for life with an
nmml salarv amnlv sufficient to con-
I . n
sole him for his retirement as an army secretaries or tne Marion county rair
Officer. I Association, U air. waauu ,ycai:xuy
morning, this young girl found that
m 1 M 1 Al 1
a Li v 1'e tolla n that an ail OI ine crops ox ner lamer
invading army would be opposed only had failed; that is to say, all but the
by General Wood and 17,000 men. tomatoes. There were plenty of them
There was a time in the history of our tnere was no ma nu w
country when an invading army found cneaper o ie, r
i trlf,,! tsf fortnArs to resist it anu &nip.
KflHy liaiux v ..... i i 1 ij
I TP!- InaoiA AojwAa-aA OhQ TT7lll I H
but it didn't get very far. Tampa X A A a
I oo-n 4haf cntira rnn this cha rilti aTlfl
T -u w "ft
x uuuiit. i . -m ,.
rm,flf TOoa timo when a farmer m tne course oi a lew monms sue
behind a tree with a sporting rifle or ceeded in disposing of her product at
shotgun was the equal of a soldier a Pe
vT McVcf Mownvo a man who tire family to live m fairly comfor
evftrtf o nnrW rifle or table circumstances considering the
lclll aiivuv v. o I .. , t
shot gun knows only the a b c of lauure oi tne omer proaucis o n
shooting with a soldier's gun; besides, farm.
the greater proportion of our popu- Mr. Mason said, m telling the story,
lation doesn't know even the a b e of that the moral that adorns the tale is
shooting tne act tnat there are annually thou-
sands of dollars' worth of Florida
Among the regulations that the 1 Z. W
Good Literature in the Home
There are many ways in which a
mother may influence legislation, even
in communities where she may not yet
cast a vote.
The famous English orator, John
Bright, was asked how he came to be
such a master of the art of public
speaking. He answered that the only
help he ever had in that direction he
got by listening to his mother read the
She was accustomed to read the
Bible aloud to the children, and he
was so fascinated, he said, by her way
of reading that he had tried ever since
to imitate it. a cathedral of the soul as constant
John Bright became a great states- companionship with the best poets,
man, who carried out the teachings of Poetry does for the soul what food
the Bible in a noble and helpful life, does for the body. A child may be
Such was the power of his eloquence taught in its earliest infancy to love
that he brought about great bene- and recognize al forms of uplift in
ficient changes in the laws of Eng- "music, which means harmony, har har-land.land.
land.land. har-land.land. mony means love, and love means
His mother's Bible reading during God!."
the years of his impressible childhood Let us feast our own souls and the
influenced his whole life; the careful, souls of our children upon the beauti beauti-unhurried,
unhurried, beauti-unhurried, reverent and expressive ful hymns of the marshes, by Sidney
way in which she read was the chief Lanier, as in the lovely poem "Sun "Sun-influence
influence "Sun-influence in producing one of Eng- rise."
land's greatest and noblest orators, "in my sleep I was fain of their fel-
We all know that the Bible ranks Iowship, fain
Uf the live-oak, the marsh and the
We take pleasure in placing our facilities at your disposal, and should be
pleased to have you write or call upon us if you are contemplating opening a
A 1 SS
"We Treat Your Laundry White"
prohibitionists in the legislature have
in view are compelling saloons to
close from 6 p. m. to 6 a. m., ab absolute
solute absolute separation of places where
liquors are sold from cabarets, res restaurants,
taurants, restaurants, cafes or, in fact any other
business. $Io hotels will be allowed to
serve liquors and the wet counties
will be prohibited from shipping
not been devised to husband, the pro
ducts. Mr. Mason said in his hotel
he is buying canned stuff put up in
Kansas City that could just as well
be canned in Florida, and his hotel
is but one unit in the vast purchasing
population of the city and state.
first of all books, because it is God's
word, and a masterpiece of English lit
erature. If we are a lover of verse
we find in it poetry in its most beau
tiful and most sublime form. It can
not be equalled by any other book in
the world in its historical value and
even the ear of a little child would be
a dull one if it did not hear a rythm
of music in manv of its lines, which
white most of the time. A
pretty woman always looks well in iiquorg into the dry. With the big CATERPILLARS OF
white, and there are lots of pretty dry majority in both houses, the leg-
women in Ocala.
While the Tampa Times is showing
up the reform school scandal, it
should give the name of the official
connected with the institution on
whose private property work was
hv the wards of the state. The
islature can pass any sort of laws it
choses enforcing them will not be
Entomologist, However, Says They
Should be Exterminated
Agricultural Experiment Station,
Gainesville, April 16.
Editor Star: That part of your
The fire at the state reform school
was an awful blot to Florida, but if
the legislature will give it a genuine j tt f 14th that has to do with
' 1 t. J nl.nAin.nh I
inT70;Ti tru t.i fi n 1nsma.11 ui u. wuiu:waaua mi t it ii :
Star could raake a pretty good Wm- to nake the ZZZ JZ
.11 At I
school what it snouia De, some oi we
rrr. J j.
vye ao not i m i. :n Vi.t, V.ro, v.oort
at who it is.
etai'n will "wirtfA ntlt
ing of one of their steamers, tne . mirtAT-nf a renturv that has 6 x
xrv w homan enhmorinp. Thp I V A nave no connection wiin mose mat ue-
AvAbnjr, tjj 7 : been such a damnanie aisgrace 10
Katwyk was flying the Dutcn nag ana
ctrnv flia vplvAt hpflna durincr the
.1 1 1 M m I r ------
o- o ,arA nf in nnrrhased ... . , summer, iney are enureiy amerent
vjrs x.&w to 7 :ZT I school nas oeen to j?ioriaa.
by the government of Holland in isai
timore. If the Germans are not more
careful, their submarine warfare will
cost them more than it comes to.
caterpillars, belonging to different
families of moths. They are both
ers to the living." But seriously, the
hrnad nolicv of the Star, in erivine
Steamships well known to Flor- n H. it admitted wider daily
idians are being thinned out lately. 1 field, to an item of progress no mat-
The Star evidently not only believes tnPre the resemblance ends
t i : a. ..: I
in, out practices me kivh.b Wx The one on the plum is the tent cater
The little green leaves would not let
me alone in my sleep;
Up-breathed from the marshes, a
message of range and of sweep,
Interwoven with waftures of wild sea sea-liberties,
liberties, sea-liberties, drifting,
Came through the lapped leaves
Came to the gates of sleep."
A child reared as you might say
Will last longer and look better if you send them to tis to be
laundered by our up-to-date methods. Our special machinery for
this class of work gives the Best work that is obtainable with
the least possible wear. If we are not now calling for your laun laundry
dry laundry just call PHONE 21 and let us prove to you that there is no
work superior to ours.
throb with emotion. And so the Bible on such sublime tnougnts as tnese
furnishes the finest literature for the will .never have a desire for coarser
home that can be conceived. literature.
Thinking Deonle everywhere have This is only one small example
come to a fuller realization of the fact among the many thousand of lovely
that the future well being of the na- poems. Our book snelves should con-
tion depends Upon the quality of the tain the best historical novels, the
little citizens that are everyday be- works or tiction irom wen Known writ
ing prepared, either well or ill, to
take up the work of this great world.
One of our presidents has stated this
idea clearly and concisely:
. i i i i
ers, tne daily newspapers, wnicn are
an education in themselves if correct
ly studied.. The wide open world
should produce in us wide open .minds
The Carib of the Clyde Lane was
wrecked in the North Sea some
months ago, later the Denver of the
Mallory Line,, went down in the At Atlantic,
lantic, Atlantic, and now comes news that an another
other another Clyde boat, the Seminole, is a
total loss on the coast of Hayti
ter what section of the county is con concerned,
cerned, concerned, is vof incalculable value in
building up Marion county. Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon Advocate.
Thanks for the compliment. Hope
we will always be able to deserve sim
If the allegation is : true that Gen. J rtjnsY MANAGER
liuerta left Spain because oi popular i WASN'T A SUCCESS
ill feeling against him there he made
.the most perfect salute tothe Ameri- A special to the St. Petersburg
can nag Dy coming 10 mis coumry m Times from Lakeland says:
search of safety. bavannan JNews. Although the charter under which
The American government is more the business and municiDal affairs of
just and kind to such men as Huerta, this city are conductedprovides for a
who insulted its flag, and to the cap- m there is no manager. He
tain of the fcitei rieaencn, wno sanK rpAiaaArl on jaimarv 1. after
one of its ships, than it is to many!
of its own people.
pillar which infests plums, wild cher
ries and apples over the entire east
era portion of the United States, and
it always occurs in the spring of the
year, although there may be another
generation later on. The velvet bean
caterpillars are a South Florida in insect,
sect, insect, which work up from the Miami
section each year, usually reaching
our part of the state sometime in Au August,
gust, August, apparently dieing out each year.
However, the advice given is extreme extremely
ly extremely good. The caterpillar should be
destroyed in plum orchards and on the
wild growth in the neighborhood of
such orchards. It is not unusual for
them to defoliate an entire tree which
must put out new growth of leaves
from buds that would normally not
mature until next season.
The Star's advice about birds is also
excellent. If we had plenty of birds
they would take care of the velvet
nearly one year's service, which was
found to beunsatisfactory-unsatis- bean caterpiiiar, in fact several spe
cies of birds, particularly the rice
factorv for the reason that too much
In an-interview given out in New authority and power was reposed'in
York, ex-Dictator Huerta of Mexico
declares he was not responsible for
the death of Madero. He refuses to
say who is to blame for the crime,
declaring it is a professional secret,
which his honor as a soldier will not
the "one man government;
THE WASTEFUL AMERICAN
birds, are very fond of them.
Yours very truly,
J. R. Watson, Entomologist.
Starke Telegraph : While the Ger
man erovernment croes about with a
. . . TT .1.1 ....
allow him to divulge, ne says mai j nt and a maenifyinff elass try-
the American government was misled jng to discover every possible way to The Marion County Medical Society
into the position it took against him, gave foocj we m happy America keep me 'ast night and much business was
i . il i i a. A.A i 3 T-v T-v If CI 'At-
ana noinis to me iact mat in uie titHI -trrocfafi ott0 t? v i transacted, ur. u. m. ommi was
eight months since he left Mexico af- a e while we advocate substituting elected president and Dr. J. H. Wal
fairs have steadily grown worse. corn meai f or flour, both on account ers was retained as secretary. Dele
of the cheanness and for the sake Sates were named to attend tne an
The Tampa Times, referring to W.0f gayW the nation's flour suddIv Inual convention to be held in DeLand
H. Hilton, who is chairman of the vet the ones made to hold ice cream in May. Dr. Peek of Ocala and Dr.
board of managers of the state re- j are thrown away, except by unsoph-1 Black of Dunnellon will represent the
form school, says tnat governor Ugticated country boys. As millions society at DeLand.
Trammell did not call for his resigna- of these" cones are thrown away every
tion after tne ft re because tne gov- day during the summer, many thou- PILLANS PREFERS HIS
ernor icareu to uuc.m uc Fuui sand barrels of flour are thus wasted PRIVATE PRACTICE
politician. The Star tninKs tnat anyidurmg the year.
ill till ill 1T1X mutua o uoitivn, w &
"Just one word on the future of the to study the need and wide open
country the country as it will be hearts to feel it. On-theold Spanish
twenty, or thirty years hence. A good coins, issued in the days before Co Co-deal
deal Co-deal depends, on how we handle busi- lumbus, was a picture of the pillars of
ness, how we do our great industrial Hercules at the straits of Gibraltar
work, how we handle the farms and and beneath them the motto, "Ne
mnr-TiAs hnt what counts most are plus ultra." But when the great voy-
the knid of men and women that there ages had beer, made, and the bigness
are at that time in the country: No of the world began to dawn on the
nation is safe unless in the average European mind, the coins bore the
family there is healthy happy child- same picture with a changed motto,
ren. If .these children are not brought "Plus ultra" More beyond,
up well they are not merely a curse to It is the vision of the things beyond
themselves, but they mean the ruin of that nerves and summons us. It is
the state in the future."1 And good not our little neighborhood alone, our
literature in the home goes far toward city, our country, our children, our
solving the problem of bringing up a home that becomes us. It is the call of
child well. "Between the dark and humanity itself. The literature we
thA davhVhfc when the nie-ht is besin- read today wil make or mar the peo-
w-v -O 7 ----- o w
ning to lower, comes a pause in the P" tomorrow,
day's occupation that is known as the
cnuarens nour. n mis nour is Kepti -n rriT i tt
sacred for our children and we bring jmDjiiiiJij
into their lives lessons from the great
master writers, we mold and fashion
the minds and characters of our lit- Manager Hunter says that Citra
tie ones to forms of beauty and of use. will be here sure for a game next
Let the children have good literature, Thursday, and he expects Winter
which means for them high ideals and Park for a game the following Thurs-
noblo aspirations. day. He also expects that there will
Did we ever stop to think that a be an average of two games a week
c-ood life is made ud of crood thoughts, when the season is in full swing.
and a bad life is made up of bad
thoughts? Many a boy owes his Some of the fans remarked Thurs-
downfall to the reading of bad books, day that Galloway was not in his
Corrupt books, make corrupt thoughts, J usual form. The fact is that Roy was
as the great writer Kitto says of the entirely out of practice. He had been
Psalmist David, "He was like the bird 1 out in the country for some weeks,
which once rose to heights unattain- and had not expected to play. He
ed before by, mortal wing, filling the was sent for on the morning of the
air with its joyful song, now lies game, and while he readily respond-
with mained wings, pouring forth its ed to the call had some doubt of his
doleful cries to God." fitness. He pitched a good game,
This brings to our mind the little however.
croons for cno ajf?$oi&
a?cf cfoors m&fa
lamentably failed in his duties, would
never have given the governor time
to ask for his resignation.
President Wilson should give Count
Von Bernstorff his walkincr papers. If
by so doing, he caused the Gexman
government to send a discreet man to
represent it in America, he would do
that country a service. Von Bern Bernstorff
storff Bernstorff devotes more of his time trying
to inflame American opinion against
the allies and create discontent with
Orlando Reporter-Star: Dr. P. P.
For plumbing and electrical work PiUans has resigned as city physician
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
(Made in Marion County,
Florida, U.S. A.)
the absolutely neutral administra- 22 C PEE POUND, DELIVERED
tion, than he does to diplomacy.
When asked his reason for resigning
Dr. Pillans said: "I find that the work
interferes with my private practice
and I thought best to let the com
missioners have my resignation and
put some one else in my place." Dr.
Pillans has served as city physician
since the inauguration of commission
government, a little more than a year
General William C. Gorgas, U. S.
A., is said to have decided to resign
his commission in order to accept an
offer of the trustees of the Rocke
feller foundation to take charge of
the organization and conduct of the
medical relief expedition that is to be
sent to Serbia to stamp out the epi
demic of typhus fever, which is rag
ing there. It is understood that the
compensation which has been tender tendered
ed tendered Dr. Gorgas is $50,000 a year, to
gether with an agreement that after j
the completion of the work in Serbia
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm dailv. Onen nieh
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There are many who consider Cham
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"The bird with the broken pinion
Kent another from the snare,
And the Life which sin had stricken
Raised another from despair.
has its own compensa-
There is healing for every pain,
Ocala people should write in their
memorandum books, at the opening of
the season, that the best way to
support the home team is to turn out
in full force to see it play. Some Sometimes
times Sometimes the crowd is pitifully small,
But the bird with the broken pinion and even Thursday, at the first game
Never soared as high again.
The girl or boy, who reads bad liter
ature is like the bird with the brok broken
en broken pinion, they may in after years
turn their thoughts into higher chan channels,
nels, channels, but never can they soar aloft
with heart and mind untainted.
Thrice blessed is the child who finds
with a noted team, it was not what it
should have been.
Some person, not the regular cor
respondent of the Tampa Times, sent
the following to that paper:
"Ocala, April lCv Writh Galloway
pitching good ball the locals managed
ill .J 9 ft ii
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Haul!
in its home 'only the purest and best t s out the University of Florida
for the development of the mind. The nere yesterday despite the ragged
body is really the temple of tne soul. su t accor(ed 'Nigger.' Both Poos-
So, in order that the soul may have er and Durrance were hit hard. The
a fit abiding place it should be like a score was 7 to 5
cathedral, where peace comes over the Everybody who saw the game, and
soul when one enters it! The stained knows anything about baseball,
glass softens the glare from without, praises the gGod team work of the
the beauty of the interior decorations 0cala boys. They couldn't have won
pleases the eye, the swell of the migh- agamst the well-practiced Gainesville
ty organ entrances the ear: the vast team if tiey hadn't all pulled to-
space filled with fellow worsnipers gether.
touches the better feelings and sympa sympathy
thy sympathy and calls forth the never lost de desire
sire desire for human brotherhood. Nothing
. i i
will come quite so near making sucnjThe sta(ement of this Crystal River
POINTS THE WAY
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Funeral Director and
E. C Jordan &, Co.
219 WEST BROADWAY
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Our neighborhood town, Crystal
River, points the way in the words of
one of its most respected citizens:
M. Peterson, Box 93, Crystal Kiver,
Fla., says: "I was annoyed by a lame
back and pains in my kidneys. It hurt
me to stoop or lift and my kidneys
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es box-es of Doan's Kidney Pills and they
regulated the action of my kidneys
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ness soreness in my back
1-k r- A 1 1 "I "Tl JA. I
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for a kidney remedy get Doans Kid- iai&e smpmen. ox rrns vanaiea
ney Pills the same kind that Mr. r"e- jtt received at the Court Pharmacy,
terson had. Foster-Milburn Co., to
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DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
For tickets and information call on Atlantic C ine Ticket Aprnt, a,
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
Jacksonville, Fla. Tampa, Fla.
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
rt. prompt. 4
Fro tftlmater. v -t
tia f.ar li 1 v.
St 70a on tJklns ctlr ct&rx t r,(r f
vrtUlsf lAtrt& litrno trsm
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ADMTISEG CZ?,-li, 'i.
OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1915
LOUIS R. CHAZAL & SONS CO.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
P. O. Box 475
f OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
Seniors Delightfully Entertained
The initial social event of the ser series
ies series which is to enliven the closing
weeks of school for the seniors was
given last evening by the president
and secretary of the graduating class,
- -r 1 I IT
Miss Mararet JacKson anu ur.
5 mmmm Y Welsh Dewey, who entertained the
members of the eieventn graae, xne
high school teachers and a dozen boys
compliment to their nine class-
SEND YOUfl BOY TO CAMP MUCOSQ
ON LAKE WEIR
Under the Personal Direction of ROY B. BOWERS and W.
H. CASSELS, Assisted by Competent Helpers
TUTORING, MOTORING, CANOEING, FISHING, BASEBALL,
BASKETBALL AND SWIOMING
Only Boys Camp in Florida. For Pamphlet and Further
ROY B. BOWERS
mates at the home of the former's
I -B T-lT 1
.J. parents, Mr. ana Mrs. j. jacKson.
A. I t jx
X ) Progressive games were piayea ai
Y twelve tables and the rooms in which
the tables were arranged were cnarm-
Xlingly decorated, the class and school
y colors, the former green arid white
A artistically developed with roses, nas-
turtiums, vines and pennants. Scores
fay& kept on green and white pen
nant tallies marked with O. li. b.
When the totals were compared at
the close of the games it was found
that Miss Vivienne Eycleshimer and
Mr. Richard Stroud had won the
greatest number of games and as a
4 reward for their skill Miss Eycle
shimer was given three pretty crepe
de chene handkerchiefs and Mr.
Stroud a necktie.
As the guests arrived fruit punch
was served from a green and white
basket on the veranda by Misses
This is our a
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
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
Rosebud Kobinson ana ueamce wem
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Restaurant with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
KIECTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICE PHONES IN ALL ROOMil
E)UE Mo MM(S9 ;
The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF
CAPITiiL STOCK $50,000.00.
Slate, Coanty and City Depository.
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 ours. Let o
have your custom we deserve it. ;
Oeaia Ice; PacMimsj C.
was divinity and fudge and later ice
cream and cake was served, the ice
course and divinity further carrying
out the class colors.
Miss Jackson and Mr. Dewey were
assisted in entertaining their guests
by Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. J. R. Dewey,
Misses Hester and Marion Dewey and
Kathleen and Leslie Jackson.
Present to enjoy the delightful
party besides those already mention
ed, were Misses Dorothy Schreiber,
Ruby Cappleman, Olivia Toffaletti,
Nan Brooks, Susie Ervin, Messrs.
Sam Burford, Alfred MacKay, John
Batts, all of whom are seniors, and
Misses Martha Kate Rentz, y Lillian
Thompson, Kathleen Spencer, Mane
Burnett, Sydney Harold, Marion and
Dorothy Long, Katie Mae Eagleton,
Ruby Fausett, Mabel Aiken. Louise
Sanders, Messrs. James Hill and
Westlake Hollinrake, juniors, Messrs.
J. D. McDonald, Hugh Geiger, Pierce
Rentz, Wallace Davis, LaGrange Sis-
trunk, George Davis, Homer Small,
Albert Harris, Joe Borden, E. F.
Copeland, Robert Clarkson, Carol
Blalock, Olaf Zewadski, Carlton Er-
t i tt ii r 1
vin, Lieroy images, naroia xvieaue,
Prof, and Mrs. W. H. Cassels, Misses
Catherine Scott, Tommie Abernathy,
Carrie Deen. Mildred Groman and
Mary Lee Hill.
Mrs. S. A. Marshall has concluded
an extended visit to her sister, Mrs.
Henry Livingston and is now in Ma Macon,
con, Macon, Ga., the guest of relatives. Be Before
fore Before returning to her home in Youngs-
town, O., Mrs. Marshall will visit in
Mrs. E.-H. Mote of Leesburg is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. William
Hocker. Mrs. Mote will return home
tonight and Monday will leave for
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Muncaster and
two smal sons, formerly of Ocala, are
now residents of Columbus, O. Mr.
Muncaster travels for Berry Brothers
of Detroit, and his territory takes
him from Pennsylvania to Illinois, in
cluding West Virginia, and frcm Cin
cinnati to Duluth.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Combs are vis
itors to Ocala, arriving yesterday
from Steamboat Springs, Colo. They
have rooms with Mrs. B. T. Perdue.
Mr. William Anderson, who has
been in Ocala for several weeks, hav.-
incr accompanied his "mother home
from Bridgeport, Conn., sailed yester-!
day from Jacksonville for New York.
From there Mr. Anderson will return
to Bridgeport, where he has a splen splendid
did splendid position with a boat building con concern.
Miss Marguerite Porter is the love
ly, week-end guest of Mrs. B. W.
Blount in Jacksonville.
Mrs. L. W. Duval and little daugh
ter have gone to Leesburg to visit
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gross and
nephew, Master Alfred Blakely, have
returned from Clearwater, where for
a week Dr. Gross assisted the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist minister of that city in con
ducting a revival. He was joined by
his family the first of the week and
before returning home they made a
brief visit to St. Petersburg.
for a fortnight sojourn before leav leaving
ing leaving for his home in Jamesburg, N. J.
Mr. Buckelew's many friends here
wish for him a pleasant summer and
an early return next winter.
Miss Susan Ann Morris and Mr.
Henry Alexander McConn of Tampa,
were quietly married today at 12
o'clock at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morris,
Sr., on South Fifth street. Rev;
Bunyan Stephens, of the Baptist
church, officiated. Witnessing the
ceremony were only members of the
immediate families and a few close
The bride wore a most becoming
spring coat suit of king's blue with a
pretty white organdie waist exquis exquisitely
itely exquisitely hand embroidered and hat,
gloves and shoes to match.
Mr. and Mrs. McConn left on the
1 o'clock limited for Tampa, where
they will immediately begin house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping at 1004 E. Lafayette street.
The bride is a lovely young woman
whose exceptional characteristics
have caused her to be admired by all
with whom she has come in contact
during the years she has been man manager
ager manager in the telephone exchange, and
beloved by many personal friends.
She will be greatly missed by her
circle of friends and. at the ex exchange
change exchange and her residence in another
city is the one feature of regret con concerning
cerning concerning her marriage.
The groom is a Marion county boy,
born at Fort McCoy and for several
years resided in Ocala. He has a
position with the Standard American
Dredging Co. of Tampa.
The best wishes of their friends ac
company Mr. and Mrs. McConn to
their new home.
Mrs. M. E. Robinson, who has been
visiting hereon, Mrl Emmett Robin Robinson
son Robinson and family in Jacksonville since
Easter, left today for Savannah to be
the guest of relatives.
Miss Beulah .Whitney of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, a frequent guest of Miss Cath Catherine
erine Catherine Livingston, is spending some
time at Orange Lake with relatives.
Mrs. Frederick Hocker and young
son, James Montgomery, will leave
about the first of May for Elizabeth Elizabeth-town,
town, Elizabeth-town, Ky., to visit her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. James Montgomery. They
will be accompanied by Mrs. Hocker's
grandmother, Mrs. Greenville Wat Wat-kins
kins Wat-kins of Elizabethtown, who has been
spending the winter at the Hocker
The Ocala Nation
When you deal with this bank you can rest assured that it is always ready
to help you in doing that which is best for the growth and advancement of
your interests along legitimate lines.
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W. C. T. U. LITERARY SOCIAL
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The W. C. T. U. gave a "very in inspiring
spiring inspiring and interesting program last
evening at the Baptist church. Mrs.
T. E. Bridges, president of the union,
presided in her usual gracious man manner.
ner. manner. Miss Mary Gates opened the ex exercises
ercises exercises with an. organ voluntary. The
quartet, composed of Mrs. Goin, Miss
Marsh, Messrs. George Nash and
Frank Gates, sang very effectively.
Miss Dorothy Lancaster played a
piano solo with much expression.
Mr. W. T. Gary proved very conclus
ively the combined energies of the
church was the power needed to win
for temperance and righteousness.
Mr. H. C. Packham deplored the cir
cumstances that kept our fair state
under the black flag of intemperance
and very ardently urged that Florida
arouse herself as other southern
states until her map shall be all
white. The talks given by these two Y
gentlemen who stand for all that isj4
ngnt, just ana pure ior our cuy,
were greatly enjoyed and highly ap appreciated.
preciated. appreciated. Mrs. F. R. Bridges read a
fine article from the pen of the great
Bishop Atticus G. Haygood. Mrs.
Frank Wetherbee recited very ef- V
fectively the beautiful, touching J
poem; "The Gambler' Wife." Wilfred ff
A- Z A M am -WT A AM Iftl AA1 aT
Live J11C11, KCIUOl, iti- I
owship appeal, in behalf of prohibtion X,
and little Miss Whildon Gilmore, of Y
he Loyal Temperance Legion, recited y
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mi 1 1 i xi.-ll J I
ine cnurcn was ueauiuuny -uet- ,j
orated with green foliage and white
blossoms. The daisy, the April
flower, was given with other buds as
boutoniers with compliments of the Y
W. C. T. U. during the social hour
which followed the program. A great
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basket or sweet peas ana oiner irag-ij
rant flowers were placed here and
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A Real 10 and 12 l-2c Value at only
'Concluded on Fourth Page)
The Management ol DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
y y and Electric Institote-
Announces the moving 01 the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Maii Street, southeast corner
of Public Square,- entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Qiiartei'S, More Fully Equipped and will bo Ran.
" ; Subtly Upon Ethical Lines
.ilOUhSs 9 A. M TO 4j30 P.! M. PHONE 333
of Sugar for
With purchase of $1 worth of
15 Pounds of
With purchase of one
package of VOTAN COFFEE
N. MAGNOLIA ST.
Mr. James Brooks of the First Na
tional Bank of Tampa, who is taking
a needed rest from business, is again
the guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Brooks, at their home in
the fourth ward.
Miss Lillie Schlemmer of Cedar
Keys is the guest of her brother, Mr.
C. N. Schlemmer for a few. days.
Mr. J. D. Buckelew, who annually
spends his ? winters in Ocala at the
home of his niece, Mrs. Richard Mc-
JConathy, has gone to White Springs
; For Good Wood
I BIG Load tor Si.
Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak'a Wagon Shop.
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Limit, 10 Yards to a Customer
(Mail Orders not filled on this item)
All. I PAT II
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Liiei e very ui ait vx nuiuiio
day and distributed among the sick.
A beautiful framed picture of Miss
Willard under a large 'white satin
bow adorned the piatiorm. urape-
juice and wafers were served. The
register listed many guests 'and the I X
W. C. T. U. of Ocala is very grateful v TCwwIll lTmir -$tr t-r
curtesies ex- & il-WUlll liHiia lUiH
s s i i 2 i i
UJ aw U m.
Fqf MaFiom Cosisafiy
for the interest and courtesies
tended on this occasion. They appre
ciate the assistance rendered on the
program and in many other ways, and
stand ready at all times to return any
courtesy in any cause which stands
for the good of and beauty of our fair
w 0) j ks S y(y
X "YOU'LL EVENTUALLY TRADE HERE, WHY NOT
At the School of Music of the Florida
College for Women
The series of evening Students Con-
certs to be given by the School of Mus- Flne Sf CQmCrS
oi ine juonaa istate oiece- ior
Go Ptela By Sea
Women as a sequel to the Morning
Musicals presented throughout the
year opened most auspiciously with
the graduation recital on last Monday
evening. The soloist, candidates for
the degree of Bachelor of Music, were
Miss Irma Blake, pianist, pupil of
Ella Scoble Opperman, and Miss Con
stance Cavell, mezzo soprano, pupil of
Marleo Oskinwau Bishop.
Miss Blake opened the recital with
a ettoud by Scarlatti. Schuman and
A V W
Von Bulow. She won immediate fav
or and in a wonderful way kept her
audience engrossed during her inter
pretation of the entire program. Miss
Blake has a great digital skill. There
is a sureness and certainty in her
playing rarely found except in artists ant upon the session of the 'legislature.
of lone experience. The Leschetizky ine college giee ciud oi nity voices
Tarantella was interpreted with much sang the long and difficult Anthem,
dash, the Carreno Teresita Waltz in "Thou O God Art Praised in Zion,"
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Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on steamer. Sailings for
Baltimore, Wednesday and Saturday, for Philadelphia Thursday and Sun
day. For tickets and other "informat ion, call on or address
UEflCIIANTS nifiEOS TRAriSP0RTATI0; CO
fine rhythmic swing and the Rubin
stein Staccato Etude with masterful!
climaxes. Her maturity of interpre
tation was best shown in the Mendels-
by Sealy. The incidental solo and
trio work was given by Misses Gladys
Comforter, Constance Cavell and Rose
Evans.' The students responded with
Mclvcr & MacKay
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sohn G minor Concerto which she play- accuracy to the baton of Miss Bishop.
ed in its entirety. Miss Rausch, violinist, played the
Miss Cavell was also greeted with Brahams intermezzo with mucn leei-
storms of applause. She possesses a "g ana purity oi tone, iier aeiscate
voice of rich, fine tone in the middle work in octaves was very effective.
register ol tne mezzo soprano, ine ""fo
Day oi Kesurrection" witn vionn ob obligate
ligate obligate It was interpreted with much
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The college glee club sang twoj
choruses from Paul Blis3s Cantata,
Pan on a Summer Day," at the mas3
prohibition meeting prior to the ad-
delicate, trvincr sustained work de
manded by Han's 'Si mes vers avai
ent des ailes" was met with practicu-
larly fine effect. She was also at her
best in Cadman's "From the Land of
the Sky-blue Water." The Aria from
Mignon by Thomas was given with a
( Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
llyic PES PGUft'D, DELIVECED
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
trood dramatic recitative followed by dress by ex-Governor Patterson. .The
charmingly delicate staccato work in selections were beautiful and exceed-
the aria. Her program included se selections
lections selections from Bizet's Garmen and
songs by Dudley Buck and Spross.
Miss Cavell wore a handsome blue
accordeon plaited hand embroidered
ingly well sung by the. chorus.
LAKE WEIR YACOT CLUB
Eastlake, Fla., April 12, 1915.
The Saturday night dances at the
club house will be continued until fur-
Miss Blake was attired in a dainty J ther notice. It has been decided to
cream-colored net with beautiful hon-
A very large audience attended the!
vesper service in the college auditori auditorium
um auditorium last Sunday afternoon. The reg
ular audience was increased by the
many visitors in Tallahassee attend
CARPENTER AND BI ILDLE
Careful Estimate? Made on all Con Con-ract
ract Con-ract Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the City.
meet at the club house every Saturday
at 6 o'clock for a picnic supper fol-
lowed by dancing nd cards.
The Thursday afternoon tea3 will
also' be continued until further notice.
David S. Wood row,
Mr-Hi sr. J
t)CALA EVENING STA&, SATURDAY, AfIUL 17, 191
For Velvet Ice Cream Phone 525. tf
Baseball goods at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 3t
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
Norris Box Candies at the Court
Pharmacy are the best made. 19-tf.
Mr. A. K. Kinlaw of the Connor
section. was a business visitor in town
W. K. Iiane, 31. D., Tnyslclan and
Burgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Noe
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla, .-'
Mr. W. D. Taylor has returned from
Tampa, where he spent a couple of
days transacting business.
First of the season Pabst excellent
bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Mr. W. O. Tison of 'Gainesville,
father of Mr. Mason Tison of this
city and well known here, is visiting
his son, Dr. B. M. Tison at Tavares.
Baseball goods at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 3t
Mr. R. E. VanNess, of Inverness, is
among the Citrus county visitors in
Mr. A. Y. Strunk has established a
neat little cold drink and newstand
in the hole in the wall store between
Frank's and Hayes & Guynn's, and is
toihg a good business.
Subscribe for your magazines at
The Murray Company. 3t
, Mr. Charles Whitesides of St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine is visiting his Ocala friends.
Rev. Bunyan Stephens left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Quitman, Ga., to hold ser services
vices services tomorrow. He will return Tues-
Victrolas and records at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. 3t
Mr. W. H.: McRaineythe Wildwood
crate manufacturer, is in the city to today
day today on business. He is accompanied
by his two young sons.
AcMce cf Hotter no Dossil Pro Pro-vests
vests Pro-vests DanglitcrV Untimely Ecd.
Ready. Ky. I was not able to do
gnything for nearly six months," writes
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and
was down in bed for three months.
I cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. I thought
it was no use for 1 was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
I took eleven bottles, and now 1 am able
to do all of my work and my own
1 think Cardui is tne best medicme in
the world. My weight has increased,
and 1 look the picture of health.
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
today. Delay is4 dangerous. We know
it will help you, for it has helped so
many thousands of other weak women
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists.
Writ Ut Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Ladies
Advisory- Dept. Chattanooga, Tenn.. for
Instruction on your ease and 64-page book. Home
Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. li.C 1 11
lend Us Your
Angles and .:.-..
Tank Steel, V
Zinc Sheets. :
Truss Rods, v
Of All Kind.
All Hard Woods.
Emit to y
Pomps for all
For lloaf Work at all
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
April 15 74 49
April 16 75 45
Fair tonight and Sunday.
Mr. J. W. Coulter, one of Bltichton's
prominent citizens, while in the city
yesterday, stated that he was very
much opposed to the proposed cutting
off of his section of Marion county to
make a part of a new one as is now
being agitated by parties in western
Marion, western Alachua and eastern
Rev. Bunyan Stephens, of the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church, left this afternoon for
Quitman, Ga., where he will preach
tomorrow. Rev. J. G. Printer will fill
the Baptist pulpit at the forenoon
services, and there will be no service
in the "evening. Rev. Stephens will
The most satisfying box of candy,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Stores only. 22-tf
Mr. Ernest S. Alderman, connected
with the road building department of
the United States agricultural depart department,
ment, department, arrived yesterday- from Akiri
S. C, to take charge of the demon demonstration
stration demonstration work being done on the
Blitchton road north of town. Mr.
M. E. Worrell, who has been superin superintending,
tending, superintending, this work, leaves tomorrow
for Louden, Tenn., to take charge' of
road work on the Knoxville-Chatta-
nooga highway." 1
- Mr. DG. jVatkins, exommlssioner
from the western part of the' county
is among the business visitors in the
city today. Mr. Watkins says that
the farmers about Dunnellon are mak making
ing making preparations for big crops this
season, and quite an acreage of melons
has been planted..
1 Among the interesting -films at the
Temple5 theater rias't evening3, was the
Ford DetroitTWeekly" feature. This
film is furnished by the Ford Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Company" each week and ie;
sides showing scenes ; in and around
Detroit, where the factory is located,
it depicts scenes in the workshop
where hundreds of these cars are turn turned
ed turned out daily. Mr. Tucker, local Ford
agent, is very proud of having been
able to secure this weekly feature film
Mr. Carter H. Dame is in the city to
remain over Sunday, having just re
turned from a visit to Bronson on bus business
iness business connected with his office as or organizer
ganizer organizer for the W. O. W- A camp
of Woodmen has been instituted at
Bronson with about twenty charter
members. It has been named Texas
Camp No. 509. Mr. Dame now has his
headquarters in Ocala having moved
up from Tampa within the past week.
The case in Citrus superior court
against the Florida Power Co., for
the death of Baskin H. Davis and
Barney L. Smith, killed June 10,
1911 at Camp's dam, by live wires,
resulted favorably for the power com
pany, Judge Bullock directing the
jury to find for the defendant. The
death of the two young men was a
most sorrowful accident, but it re
sulted entirely from their own lacki
of precaution. Anderson & Anderson
represented the Camps.
Judge Smith this morning heard the
two boys who hav been in charge of
the sheriff for the last four days, and
gave them their liberty on probation.
There is a time in almost every boy's
life when it ruins him to be too se severe
vere severe with him. also a time when it
ruins him to be too lenient. The
judge thought he had best take his
chances of erring on the side of
mercy, and the Star thinks most of
our people will agree with him. The
boys have had a lesson; if they profit
by it they will be all right, for they
are smart little fellows and 'fully
capable of growing up into good and
At the colored A. M. E. church oij
S. Ma gnolia street tomorrow evening
there will be held a silver medal con
test by the students of Fessenden
Academy. The contest will be held
under the auspices of the Kendrick
W. C. T. U.
A double silver medal contest wil
be held Thursday evening, April 22.
at the Griner Farm school house, un
der the auspices of the W. C. .T. U.
VEGCTABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daUy. Open nigh
and day, Merchant's Cafe." tf
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(Continued from Third Page)
Visitors Honor Guests at Luncheon
Given by Mrs. Burford
The coming of Mrs. John Hans Hans-brough
brough Hans-brough of Tampa and Mrs. Frank
Jennings of Jacksonville, who arrived
yesterday afternoon to spend several
days with Mrs. Hansbrough's sister-in-law,
Mrs. William Hocker, will be
the occasion for a number of interest interesting
ing interesting social functions, the first of which
was given today when Mrs. R. A. Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford entertained at a charming
luncheon in their honor.
The table was most artistic in its
handsome appointments of silver, cut
glass and linen. A tall arrangement
of Killarney roses formed the central
table decoration and at either end was
a pink Shaded candlestick. The lights
in the chandelier, twined with as asparagus
paragus asparagus fern, were encased in pink
rose shades and developed further
the pink color note. The hand painted
place cards were done in pink roses
and the handles of the small crochet
baskets that were at each plate and
filled with salted almonds, were tied
with pink tulle bows.
Covers were laid for Mrs. Burford,
Mrs. Jennings, Mrs. Hansbrough,
Mrs. C. R. Tydings, Mrs. J. H. Hill,
Mrs. E. Van Hood, Mrs. E. H. Mote,
Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Mrs. R. S. Hall,
Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. D. E. Mclver
and Mrs. William Hocker.
The luncheon was served at 1
o'clock and the six courses deliciously
prepared, consisted of" grapefruit
cocktail, cream of celery soup, deviled
crabs, sliced chicken, peas timbals, as asparagus
paragus asparagus on toast, hot buttered bis
cuits, pineapple salad with cream
cheese and barleduce, parfait, coffee,
ginger and mints.
Mrs. Burford, who is vice president
and one of the most active members
of the Ocala Woman's Club, is at all
imes a charming hostess and her
courtesy today to the two brilliant
club women gave utmost pleasure to
he guests of honor and those invited
to meet them.
After the luncheon the twelve la
dies attended the club meeting at
which time Mrs.4 Jennings : and Mrss
Hansbrough gave able addresses.
Card Club Entertained by Miss Min
The young ladies' card club was
entertained this afternoon, hy Miss
ttinrne Stovall. Invited r to join the
members for their weekly game were
anumber oifrierids of the hostess,
'' -111-' i t H t
maKing in au six tauies oi piayers.
The tables were placed on the spa
cious veranda adorned with spring
flowers and as the guests arrived they
were served to fruit punch by Miss
Mary Burford. Scores were kept on
attractive tallies hand painted by the
hostess and the prizes for top scores
were charming French bouquets in
. Following the games a refreshing
ice course with coffee Was served and
on .the tables during the progressions
were bon-bons. 4 ' '4 '
Miss jStpvairs guests Were Misses
Beatrice Weinecke, Rosebud Robin
son, Hallie McClure, Hope Robinson,
Bettie Mclver, Eugenia Fuller, Mary
Burford, Adele Bittinger, Alice Bul
lock, Hester and Marion JDewey. Hel
en. Brown, Wenona Wetherbee, Tom-
mie Standley, Kathleen Jackson, Mrs
J. H. Walters, Mrs. James Taylor,
Mrs. Harvey Clark, Mrs. W. W. Har-
riss, Mrs. Annie vanueman, mrs. Xi-
J. Mills-Price, Mrs. Marcus Frank,
Mrs. J. D. Robertson and Mrs.' E. L.
Mrs. Clarence Camp has returned
from a several days stay in Gaines
Mrs. Frank Teague of Lady Lake,
spent the morning in town shopping.
She returned home on the afternoon
The sixth and seventh grade pupils
with their teachers enjoyed an all day
picnic at Silver Springs today.
Mrs. Clem Purvis is in the city and
will snend several days with her
mother, Mrs. D. M. Boney.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Carmichael, Mi3s
Georgia Mullhall and Mr. Primm have
returned from a pleasant trip to Pa
Mrs. John Boisseau and little
daughter left today for a visit to rel
atives at Chipley.
Miss Myrtle Wilson was a recent
visitor for several days at Tavares,
the guest of Mrs, Lena B. Jennings.
Mr. W. M. Holloway of Gainesville,
formerly state superintendent of pub
lic instruction, now special agent of
the department of commerce, was in
town today obtaining statistics from
the business men.
Mr. Charles P. Haycraft, of the
Berlin section, is among the Saturday
visitors in the city. He says people
in his section have no desire to be
"moved" out of old Marion county
by the legislature, and they are peti
STOMACH TROUBLE CURED
1UV C Cl f!lfvplnH- Arnold- Pa..
stomach t rouble. I would have sour
writes, "For some time I suffered from
stomach and feel bloated alter eating
"NVitVivnop HTiffirA1 m until I col
Chamberlain's Tablets. After? taking
two bottles, of .them. I was cured." For
sale by all dealers. Adv.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
(Rev. Bunyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Morning service.
Sermon by Rev. J. G. Printer.
6:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
There will be no evening service.
A hearty welcome awaits you.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning service. Preach
ing by Rev. J. P. McMillan.
2:30 p. m. Junior Mission Society.
7:30 p. m. Svening service. Ser
mon by Rev. J. P. McMillan.
(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Preaching.
2:30 p. m.- Junior League.
3:30 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
All cordially invited. Strangers
East Broadway Church
Disciples of Christ
(Roy B. Bowers, Minister)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Dr. R. T. Weaver, superintendent.
11 a. m. Sermon, "Paul's Defini
tion of God."
7:45 p. m. Sermon, "The Free
dom of the Kingdom of God."
BACK FROM THE FIRING LINE
First Aid to the Wounded
Paris, Feb. 13. At almost every
station on the railroads wou will see
men shattered and wrecked for life,
men who must face the future hor horribly
ribly horribly mutilated, and yet they accept
their fate without a murmur of com compliant
pliant compliant or bitterness. It is the same in
England, in France and, I suppose, in
Kussia, that all soldiers are bearincr
their sufferings with the greatest of
The best aid these men have is
within themselves. The human body
will best resist infection from bullets
when it is healthy, strong, active and
with all of its functions fully alive and
working. The best aid to this condi condition
tion condition is a vegetable tonic and altera
tive that will first put the stomach
and blood right, for these are depend dependent
ent dependent on one another. Good stomach
means good blood, and likewise good
blood means'" good stomach.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery helps the stomach to do its
work naturally and 'properly, stimu
lates the liver. The blood is punned.
Every organ is rejuvenated. This
Medical Discovery" of Dr. Pierce, is
free from alcohol or narcotics. It is
made from the roots and barks, of
American forest plants with triple re refined
fined refined glycerine, and is the best blood
puriher, because it banishes from the
blood all poison and impure matter.
It dissolves impure deposits and car carries
ries carries them out, as it does all impuri impurities
ties impurities through the bowels, kidneys and
skin. If you have indigestion, slug
gish liver, catarrh, unsteady nerves,
or a pimply skin, get Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery today and
start at once to replace your impure
blood with the kind that puts energy
and ambition into you and brings
back youth and vigor. Adv. 9
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
IAIUON-DUNN 3IASONIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge tto. 19. F. &
A. -M., meets, on the first and third
rnursaay evening" or eacn monta ai
7:30 o'clock'untll 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'a hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE JsO. 286. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth TSuesday even
ings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Willlms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOVAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodee No. 699. L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. na.
Visiting brethern always welcome to
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofBoe.
R. S. Rogers, Dictator.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.f
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.
CONCORDIA LODGE T. TJ. 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 WOULD
Fo-t King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hallfi at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Vlsltin?
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 rvelcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers..
- Charles Goddard, C. C,
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, It. A. 31,
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. i 13, R. A. "M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p.m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jako Brown, Secretary.
Chicago, April 17. May wheat clos closed
ed closed at $1.62.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL 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 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. 15-6t
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 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 wnite 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 artest. It was taken
from an automobile in front of the
Temple theater about two weeks
ago. Owner can get same by prov proving
ing proving property and paying expenses.
Apply to W. F. Adams, Chief of
Police, Ocala, Fla. 5-tf
RANGE FOR SALE A family size,
wood burning range, with hot wa water
ter water tank and connections for bath.
Apply at Star office. tf
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
FOR RENT Two connecting rooms,
furnished; one, two or. three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
at residence of" Mrs. A. M. Perry,
Herbert street. 3-18-tf
FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs for hatching. 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
STRAYED Or stolen, Saturday
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 $14 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-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
FOR RENT Desirable front bed
room, electric lights and all mod
ern conveniences. Apply 20 Her
bert street. 16-t
.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. a
When Talk Begins..
Hostess "People are very dull to tonight,
night, tonight, Adolph. I really can't get them
to talk." Host "Play something,
- The In "Gnat."
"Spelling's a queer thing." said one
boy. "What do they want with a
'g' in 'gnat?' "It belongs there," re
plied the other. "It's what you say
when one stings you. The only mis mistake
take mistake is not putting an exclamation
point after It."
Measures Heart Current.
The heart of the average mau
makes about one three-thousandth of
a volt of electricity at every beat,,
and an instrument sensitive enough to
measure it has been Invented.
Half Entire Population of St. Paul at
Service on Go to Church Sunday
Id every village, hamlet, town and city in the United
States the cry is heard. Many have had their GO TO
CHURCH Sundays already. The reports are very encouraging.
About half of St. Paul went to service on one particular SundaC'.
The pastors unreservedly pronounced the results BEYOND
THEIK EXPECTATIONS. As one pastor described the sccuc.at.
his church, every inanwoman and child in his congregation seemed
to have made a special effort to get to church. Other pastors tcli
of enthusiastic responses of persons ho had not attended church
in years at the end of the service, declaring that "this doesn't mean
only once. I'll be here neit Sunday too."
WITH FEW EXCEPTIONS THE CHURCHES THROUGHOUT
THE CITY WERE FILLED TO CAPACITY. AND MANY WERE
OVERCROWDED. SUNDAY SCHOOL ROOMS LONG UNUSED AT
SUCH A TIME WERE THROWN OPEN TO CARE FOR THE OVER OVERFLOW
FLOW OVERFLOW IN MANY CHURCHES. THE LARGEST ATTENDANCES
WERE AT THE MORNING SERVICES. AT THE KNOX PRES PRESBYTERIAN
BYTERIAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH THREE MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH WEHC
UNABLE TO FIND SEATS. THEY RETIRED TO THE BASE BASEMENT,
MENT, BASEMENT, WHERE,' SEATED ON THE EDGE OF THE COAL BIN
AND BOXES. THEY HEARD THE SERMON 3Y THE REV. B. S.
Grandma Seymour,- ninety-five years old, probably vras one cf
the oldest persons who answered the appeal. She attended the
morning service at the First Baptist church. She lives at the Home
of the Friendless, 469 Collins street When the GO TO CHURCH
call was first issued Mrs. Seymour grieved because she thoudit
she could not be:oneof the thousands. The Quest Bible claGf
women of the First Baptist church Sunday school, learning her de desire,
sire, desire, sent a carriage for her. Accompanied by Mrs. Parr, eighty eighty-four
four eighty-four years old, she made the trip without difliculty and was fiappv.
GO TO CHURCH!
THE OCALA BAPTIST CHURCH
SERVICS EE VERY SUNDAY 11 A. M. AND 7:30 P.
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.
The Thirsty Oak.
An oak tree of average size, with
700,000 leaves, lifts r from the earth
about one hundred twenty-three tons
of water during the five months It is
in leaf.. . .
A" CUREyFOUSR STraACH
Mrs. Wml M.' ttompson, 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." Jb,r sale by all dealers. Adv.
Instinct or Reason?
Honey ttes know friends from ene enemies.
mies. enemies. They run" their, cities on a so social
cial social plan 'far "above tbit of man 'and
bo do the ants. The honey bees and
ants can tell the sex in the egg, but
man can't. Is that Instinct?
I.N THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of the State
of Florida, la and for Marlon Coun Countyla
tyla Countyla Chancery.
John H. Taylor and John IL Taylor,
Doing- Business as Ocala Maaufac- j
.turlngr Company, Complainant, vs. j
Peter Bog-ardus. et al.. Defendants, j
Suit to Quiet Title. j
It Riypearingr from the affidavit and
the sworn bill of the complainant in
the above styled cause that he believer
that- there are persona interested in the
property Involved in such suit other
than the known defendants, -whose
names are -unknown no him. ajid the
said complainant, therein praying- for
relief against uch unknown defend
ants, it is therefore ordered -that all
parties claiming an interest In the following-
described property, situate in
Marion county, Florida, to-wLt:
N of neli of nei ec 22. tv 16 s.
r 23 e;
Com at nw corner of ne4 of nw'i
of sec 23. tp 16 s. r 23 e. vt 9S0 ft, a
264 ft. e 165 ft, a 342 ft. w 1155 ft. n
Com 606 ft s of nw corner of neU
of nwH of sec 23 tp 16 s r 23 e, e 1005
ft. s 429 ft, w 1005 ft. n 429 It topob;
Se4 of ?e4. sec 24 tp 16, s r 23 e;
k or s4, sec 21, tp is s, r zf e;
NeU, ec 2. tp 17 s, r 24 e;
of se1 of swi, sec 2, tp 17 s.
r 24 e;
e4 of se4. sec 2Z, tp 16 s. r 24 e;
Se4 of swi; w of seV. eec 22, tp
16 s. r 24 e;
aw'i of se4 west of river, sec 23,
tp 16 s, r 24 e;
Sw4 of nw 14 sec 26, tr 1 6 s, r Z i e ;
w4, sec 26, tp 16 a, r 24 e;
Ney4, sec 29, tp 16 a. r 24 e;
Com 8.82 chs a of ne comer of swH
of selA, of sec 31, tp 16 s, r 24 e, w 20
oh. s 7.87 chs. e 20 chs. n 7.87 chs;
14 of w4, eec 34. tp 16 a. r 24 e;
SwU of neH of awV. fiec 34. tp 16 a.
r 24 e;
Nw1 of sell, eec 3-5, tp 16 s r 24 e;
Nwi of swl4, eec 13, tp 17 a, r 24 e;
Com at ne corner of tie1.; of nw 14 of
sec 14. tp 17 st, r 24 e. s 120 rods, w 80
rods, s' 10 rods, w 32 rods, a 1.68 rods.
w 22.88 rods, n 51.68 rods, e 54.88 rods.
n 15 rods, e 38 rods, n 25 rods, e 1 lk
rods, n 28 degrees, e 56.75 rods, e 13 3-8
rods to p o b;
Com at se corner or ne4 or sw ki or
sec 14. tp 17 s. r 24 e. w 40 chs, n 20
chs. e 6.28 chs. s 12.92 chs. e 5.72 chs.
n 42 links, e 8 chs. n 2.50 chs, e 20 chs.
s 10 clrs to p o b;
Com 13 3-8 rods e or iw corner or
seU of nwU of sec 14, tp 17 a, r 24 e,
southeasterly to center or seU of nw
northeasterly to pt 13 3-8 rods w of
northeast corner of se1 of nw i w
53 1-8 rods to p o b;
Ne4 of nwH, sec 14, tp 17 s r 24 e;
NwU of neU, see 14, tp 17 s, r 24 e:
TV1 of sw4 of sw4 of neU, sec 14,
tp 17 s r 24 e;
Se1 of neU ; el4 of sw4 of ne4. Sec
14, tp 17 a, r 24 e;
Swii of sw1,;, ec 14, tp 17 a, T 24 e;
of nw4, ec 14. tp 17 a, r 24 e;
"NeU of ne. sec 14, tp 17 s. r 24 e;
NwV of nw4. sec 28. tp 17 s. r 25 e;
GeM of ne1. sec 29. tp 17 s, v 25 e;
are required -to appear to the bill of
complaint filed against them on or be before
fore before the
7th Day f June, A. D. 1915
the same teing a rule day; that this
ordershall be published once each week
for twelve consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Eveninsr Star, a newspaper pub
lished In the county of Marion, Mate of
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul
lock, ludsce of the said court and P. II.
Nugent, clerk, and the eal thereof, cut
Ocala, Marion county. Florida, this the
13th day of .March, A. u. 1915.
Ct. Ct. Seal) P. H. NUGENT.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marlon County.
Florida. Br M. E. Goddard, D. C.
L. W. DUVAU 3-13-sat
Solicitor for Complainant.
in tiic circuit corirr or titc
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florid,
Marlon Count) In Chancery,
To Peter Bcgardus, Jacob C. Goeble. A.
J. Sutton, Addle It. Bowls. Ed, N.
Dickersor Trustee. Mattie Grundy,
Bessie Allen, George P.. Fire?,
James Mcintosh, W. I ClarkTT.
- W. Andrews, Rhoda New-man, John
A. Graham, R. V. PenJarvL. W. A.
Willard, C. TV. WilJard. Il l ws r I
Elder, George C. Ingram. Edward
Root, Mattie E. Wright, Barton
West Henry West. W. H, Iioberts,
Jane K. West", I. aura J. llokorub,
Kate Henderson. John r? F
Charles I Harvey, Annie r,p:;ont
-f fc Nelson. Rogers. George A'. Mov Movers.
ers. Movers. W. G. Albr. Emily S Allen,
. Henry M. New an. (it V.
Stleff. F. Q. L'uo1. Trustee.
It appearing from an afildavit fil l In
this court thif day in a suit comnvne comnvne-ed
ed comnvne-ed by John li. Taylor and Joru 1L Tay Taylor
lor Taylor doing- birInea- as Ocala Msvrufae Msvrufae-turing:
turing: Msvrufae-turing: Company against you vd
others, that your respective plce? of
residence are unknown to complainant,
the affiant; that you and each of you
are over the age of twenty-one years;
and that there ia no person in the
state of Florida service of subpoena
upon' whom would bind you or either
Now. therefore, you and each of you
are commanded to appear before t .l. i
honorable court on
Monday, May 17th, A. D. 1013,
to answer to a bill oT. complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you in the s:iM court
by John 11. Taylor and John 1 1. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor dolns business Ocala Manuf-ic-turing
Company, and to do further and
receive what the said court s-hall have
considered in that behalf, otherwise
the complainant will proceed ex part.
It Is further ordered that a copy of
Oils order hali be published on? a
week for elht consecutive week. in
the Ocala Evening .Star- a tp-vt... r,.-r
published in said count and s'atc.
WITNESS the Honorable W. :-. Bui-'
lock, judge of said court nl P. II.
Nugrent. clerk, and the jeal thereof, ai
Ocala, Marion county. Florid.-. thU Uo-
13th day of March. A. I.
Clerks Seal) P. II. NUGENT,
CleTk Circuit Court Marion -County,
Florida. By M. E. Goddard, V. C.
L. W. DUVAU 3-1 2-sat
Solicitor for Complainant.
IX TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIC
Fifth Judicial Circuit of the Mate
of Florida, In and for Msriora
County, in Chancery.
John II. Taylor and John If
Doing: Business as Ocala Manuf
turing Company, Complainant,
Albert W. Crafts, et ah, Def
ants tSuit to Quiet Title
It appearing: from the affidavit
t"Yl ( wo-n !i 1 1 f thj -rtrnriJalranf
the above styled cause that he believes
mat mere ar4ron iki--'"tn
tin e Ti w-rc t in voi vf a in u.-;; suit
other than the knovn defendants.
wJii.m na m( ata unknown a hiti.
and the said complainant therein pray-
iner for relief asrainst such unknoi?
defendants, it is therefore ordered
.-; a t
all parties clalminK an interest
following- described property, sit
in Marion county. Florida, to-wit:
EVi of ne;"; owU of ne1,; n w U
' 7 outh.
N',i of tiU and f?e'i of ne'i. er:
23, township 17 south, rar'u 24 east
. 2 oi ne or n w ji ana w
ne4 of n w u isecUon 24, township
range 24 east.
, of nw4; ne4 of swU
section 25, township 17 soiu
range 24 east.
Ne4 of se'i of nwU : sell of nV
and sw4 of ee'i, ec-t-ioji 27, town
17 south, range 2 east.
Nw V of sw4, section 23. town
17 south, range 24 east.
Sw4 of w4, section 31, towr.
17 south, range 24 east.
E4 of ea of te1i of s;.
34. township 17 south, ran ire i'4
NwU of nel4: rt'i of n jv u
bw4: and n
township 17 fsouih. rane.24 ea'-t.
the bill of pomr.lalnt filed aKainst them
on or before the
3rd Day of Slay, A. D.
the ame beinsr a rule day; that thH
order shall be published once each
week for twelve consecutive weeks
the Ocala Evening Star, a new-t.i
published In the county of Marion
state of Florida.
Witness the Honorable W. S. T
lock, iudse of the sai court r r ,1
II. Nugent, clerk, and the seal the reo
at Ocala, Marion county, Florida, th
the 6th day of February, A. D. 1315
tClerk's .Seal) P. 11. NUGENT.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marlon Cox
By M. D. Goddard, D. C.
U W. DUVAU
Solicitor for Complainant. 2 G-m
Great Lawyer on Vcrk.
Rufus" Choate believed In hard vcr
td etrtifTgle. When soma one slid
to Jilra tiat a cetaln fr.e ibiev ibiev-ratnt
ratnt ibiev-ratnt waii th result of accident.
txcltlzned: "Nonaensn! You zilght
ti Tf ell drop the Greek alphatst -the
gro'JDd and expect to i-lcZ uj" C :