The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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CABINET MEETING TOMORROW
Rome, April 21. Italian steamers
have been notified not to sail to Am America
erica America until special permission is
granted by the marine ministry. They
will be used as transports if Italy en enters
ters enters the war. $
Minister of War Zupelliwas sum summoned
moned summoned to the royal palace last night
and conferre 1 with the king several
hours. A special cabinet meeting will
be held Thursday.,
The Italian premier Upon being ask asked
ed asked if Italy intended to depart from
neutrality, returned the note stamped
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no answer.
LOCAL LEGISLATION
The city council met last night in
regular session with the following
members present: Chairman, J. M.
Meffert; aldermen, Fausett, Gerig,
Moore, Nash and Tompkins present.
Minutes of previous session -were
read' and approved.
A communication was read from
Mrs.'R A. Burford, chairtnan of the
forestry committee of the Women's
Club, protesting against the cutting
of shade trees in the streets and side sidewalks
walks sidewalks of the city. The communica communication
tion communication was filed for information.
A communication was read from1!
Mr. L. Robertson, offering to deed to
the city a certain strip of land abut abutting
ting abutting on his property on Washington
street," to straighten the street. The
city attorney was requested to draw
the deed and have it executed.
The Florida Metal Company had a
representative present who wished to
Uto the city metal culverts for cer
tain streets, The -matter m .purchas
ing metal culyfwas referred to
.reporVjltTOTrh water
LSfflmutee to whom was referred the
the request of citizens on Washington 1
street for a water main was read and
their recommendations adopted. The
committee recommended that a six
inch main be laid on this street from
Osceola AveT to Watula street.
The sanitary committee of the city
council recommended that the same
board of health be appointed by the
council except that the one lay mem member
ber member be a woman instead of a man and
Miss Nellie Stevens, principal of the
primary school was recommended for
the position. The matter was refer referred
red referred to the city attorney to ascer ascertain
tain ascertain if a woman could fill the place
under the statutes.
" The mosquito ; extenwfid
preventji31TO!?ffa?!Ce was placed on
vnd and third readings and
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Blitch, chairman of the
'tee of the Woman's
"V connections and lights
Vr the May Day booths
lerected on the square.
v referred to the light
nitte with authority
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tition wras filed, ask-
)o have an ordinance
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feted, requiring all
tting cars for hire, to
Ipections before be be-license
license be-license to operate a
jt he matter was refer refer-pttorney
pttorney refer-pttorney to draft prop prop-i
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ysked for free lights for
ind, located in the Com-fank-
building. The matter
rred to the light and water
Je, with power to act.
nayor wras asked to advertise
the sewer, light and water
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vE WEIR YACHT CLUB
.y Eastlake, Fla., April 12, 1915.
; The Saturday night dances at the
club house will be continued until fur further
ther further notice. It has been decided to
meet at the club house every Saturday
at 6 o'clock for a picnic supper fol followed
lowed followed by dancing and cards.
The Thursday afternoon teas will
also be continued until further notice.
David S. Wood row,
Secretary-Treasurer.
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MAY DECIDE QUESTION WHETHER THE NATION SHALL ENTER
THE GREAT CONFLICT

FIGHTING IN NORTH FRANCE
Steady Scrapping with No Great Suc Success
cess Success on Either Side
London, April 21. A News dis dispatch
patch dispatch says the Germans were forced
to evacuate several hamlets near the
LaBassee railway but maintained a
heavy artillery fire and
prevented,
British occupation of the towns. The j
Germans are preparing for a partial
retreat. The. British are approaching
Quesnoy and vigorously bombarding
the town. The Germans at Lille have
been heavily reinforced.
BUSY FIGHTERS ARE
FRENCH AND BELGIANS
Let Germans Have No Rest Any Anywhere
where Anywhere on the Western Line
Paris, April 21. The French made
some progress, in the forest of Mont Mont-mare
mare Mont-mare where they resumed the attacks
upon the German positions Supporting
the wedse at St. Mihiels. Attempting
to recapture their lost trenches the
Germans '.weer repulsed. Belgian avia aviators
tors aviators bombarded the German arsenal
at Bruges and the aviation grounds
at Liese-Eche.
TOOK A TOWN
Austrians in Galicia Have Made
. Advance
an
Vienna, April 21. The Russians
evacuat4-Tarnov, an important town,
btrrTTold a position east of Tarnow.
EXTENDING THEIR RANGE
German Submarines Go as Far from
Home as the Mediterranean
Madrid, April 21. It is reported
that an East India liner was pursued
by a German submarine in the Medit Mediterranean
erranean Mediterranean after passing Gibraltar but
escaped.
AFGHANS INVADED INDIA
Tried to Respond to the Call from
Turkey
Simla, April '-l.--Answering Tur Turkey's
key's Turkey's call for a "holy war' Moham Mohammedans
medans Mohammedans tried to invade India from
Afghanistan Sunday. They weredriv weredriv-en
en weredriv-en back, losing 160 men.
BRING FRANK'S CASE h
BEFORE PARDON BOARD
Last Hope of His Attorneys to Save
the Young Man's Life
Atlanta, Ga., April 21 Attorneys
representing Leo. M. Frank, whose
habeas corpus case was decided ad adversely
versely adversely by the. United States Supreme
court, announced that no effort will
be made to obtain a rehearing of the
case before that tribunal. They say
that an application for executive clem clemency
ency clemency w illK be presented to the Geor Georgia
gia Georgia prison commission at an early
date.
READY TO PLANT
600 coiens, 2000 salvias, 400 ger geraniums,
aniums, geraniums, 200 chrysanthemums (silver
wedding). All of the above in pots
at 50 cents per dozen, $4 per 100; 1000
asters, seedlings, strong plants, 15
cents per dozen, $1 per 100; S500 al al-thernanthera
thernanthera al-thernanthera or red border plants, 20
cents per dozen, $1,50 per 100. For
cash only, shipped to any address.
John Heintz, the Florist, Ocala. 19-6t
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
Try one of thosr frosted pints cf
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

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NEXT YEAR IN SANFORD
Ocala Man Elected to Serve as Grand
Treasurer
"(Special to the Star)
Gainesville, April 21. Sanford. the
Celery City, won in the race for next
year3 meeting of the Grand Lodge of
0dd Fellows. Other places which
were anxious to secure the Grand
t odcre were Arcadia. Jacksonville and
Sarasota. There wTas only one ballot
taken, Sanford leading With 49;. Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville 44 j Sarasota 28; Arcadia 15.
Vote as to Sanford made unanimous.
J The election of officers resulted as
! follows:
Grand master, W. U. Lathrop, of
Bradentown.
Deputy grand master, Charles H.
Frederieksen, Pensacola.
Grand warden, J. C. Connally, Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. -'
Grand secretary, John W. Bland Bland-ing,
ing, Bland-ing, Gainesville.
Grand treasurer, Port V- Leaven Leaven-good,
good, Leaven-good, Ocala.
Representative to the Soverign
Grand Lodge, C. D. Rinehart, Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Member of home board for term of
three years, J. C. Connally, Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. The meeting will probably be con concluded
cluded concluded early this evening. P. V. L.
TWO HOTELS BURNED
IN AN ILLINOIS TOWN
Decatur, April 21. The Decatur
and Arcade hotels were burned and
adjacent buildings damaged by fire f
this morning. The guests had a nar
row escape Loss $200,000
SEVERAL SMALL SCRAPS
But No Important Rattles Reported
from Berlin
Berlin, April 21. German aviators
bombarded Bilostok, an important
Russian railway center southwest ot
Grodno.
Germans repulsed French attacks
at Pour de Paris, Flirey, Metzeral and
Sondernach.
The Germans shelled a French bat battery
tery battery near the Rheims cathedral.
GOT BUSY AT ONCE
British Cruiser Held Up a Steamship
Today Off Asbury Park
New York, April 21. The British
squadron off New York was strength strengthened
ened strengthened by the arrival of a powerful
cruiser today and within three hours
the cruiser held up a big steamship
off the New Jersey coast, opposite
Asbury Park.
A BOX SUPPER
The King's Daughters will hold a
box supper on Thursday night, Apri'
22nd, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
D. 4 Small, North Ocala. Everybody
who brings a box is requested to
bring it without a name inside and in
plain-, wrappings. The gentlemen may
choose whoever they like to eat sup supper
per supper with them. There wille music
and games and fun for all. The price
of the boxes will be twentv-five cents.
STOCK FEED
We now havo on hand a full line v.f
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
STOMACH TROUBLE CURED
Mrs. C. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa.,
stomach trouble. I would have sour j
writes, "tor some time I suffered from
stomach and feel bloated after eating.
Nothing benefited -me until I got
Chamberlain's Tablets. After taking
two bottles of them I was cured." For
sale by all dealer?. Adv.
An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask
for Triola Sweets.
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FORCES DAILY RECEIVING NEffl ACCESS
Oil THE ISLAND OF LEMNOS

Constantinople, April 21. Allied;
warships renewed the attack in the
Dardanelles today. Two torpedo
boats were damaged by the fire of
the forts. Later, a heavy fog stopped j
operations. j
RUSSIANS
MADE
RAID
ANOTHER
Petrograd, April 21. The Russians
have made another naval raid against
the Turkish coast in the Caucasus re region,
gion, region, bombarding Archave and Sou Sou-mivitize.
mivitize. Sou-mivitize. LANDING MEN ON LEMNOS
Berlin, April 21. A News dispatch
says 20,000 allied troops have been
landed on Lemnos island for a land
attack on the Dardanelles forts. Eng English
lish English troops on the island are being
daily reinforced from transports. The
censor-hip has tightened.
FOREST FIRES
Thousands of Acres of Timber Ablaze
in Kentucky
Frankfort, Ky.jf April 21. Forest
fires are sweeping upon Pineville, a
town of 5000 people, after spreading
over six mountain counties. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands of acres are aflame. Help is
asked.
TOWN AGAIN TAKEN
Hapless Guadalajara has Once More More-Changed
Changed More-Changed Hands
San Diego, April 21. A wireless
from Lapaz, Mexico, reports that the
important city of Guadalajara has
been captured by Carranzaists.
MURDER OR SUICIDE
Congressman Faison of North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina Found Dead in
' his Home
Faison, N. C, April 21. Congress Congressman
man Congressman John Faison, of the third North
Carolina district, was found dead at
his home this morning with a bullet
through his head. The austhorities
are investigating the mysterious
death of the congressman.
SUPPLIES ARE SLIM
People of Trieste in GreatNeetf of
Provisions
Rome, April 21. The food situation
in Trieste is critical. Trieste now is
dependent for its food supply upon
shipments coming in by sea.
ACTS OF AGGRESSION
Of Japan in China are a Menace to
America
Peking, China, April 21. "Shall
we go on forever being fooled by
fair speeches made at ,full -dress ban banquets
quets banquets at the Japanese capital?"
That question is put to President
Wilson in a message certain Ameri American
can American missionaries in China cabled to
President Wilson urging him to take
a hand in the Peking negotiations
over Japan's demands. The dispatch
characterizes those demands as acts
of aggression such as eventually will
present a menace to the United States.
CAN'T OBTAIN CONVICTION
So French Will Drop Charges Against
S woboda
Paris, April' 21. French military
authorities have decided to drop their
charge that Raymond Swoboda set
fire to the steamer LaTouraine. Cap Captain
tain Captain Bouchardon, the officer appoint appointed
ed appointed to investigate the case, is quoted
as saying there is not sufficient evi evidence
dence evidence against the prisoner to obtain a
conviction on this charge. He still
faces an accusation of espionage,
however.
FOR SALE
One of the most desirable lots in
North Ocala. Will take as part pay payment
ment payment 1 horse and buggy. Animal
must be young and perfectly gentle
so that any lady can drive in perfect
safety. Apply W. H. McConn. Mon.
Wed. Thur. 1m.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf les, milk and eggs, tf

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TRIED GUMSHOE TACTICS
Seems Like Williston Politicians Have
Framed .Up a Most Extensive
Scheme
Mr. L. W. Duval returned last night
from Tallahassee, where he has, been
for several days working against the
county division bill.
Mr. Duval informs the Star hat the
lines for the new county, which it ex explained
plained explained yesterday, were right only as
far as Marion and Levy are concern concerned.
ed. concerned. The corner to be lopped off
Alachua is to go to Levy to make up
for the slice from Archer to the gulf.
The west Alachuaites are to have the
courthouse, the plan being to move
the county seat from Bronson to Levy.
The Williston politicians have fram framed
ed framed up a whole map for that section
of the state, and moved towns, town townships
ships townships and counties around with the
ease and abandon of schoolboys play playing
ing playing checkers.
They have had their plans pretty
well covered up, not letting any more
of them out at a time than they
could possibly help, "but their inten intentions
tions intentions are now well understood.
Mr. Duval says the county division
advocates have strong backing and
are putting up a good fight, but ho
does not think they will win.
TEDDY IS TALKING
Been Showing Up Barnes All Morn Morning
ing Morning and Only Begun
Syracuse, N. Y., April 21. When
court recessed at noon in the famous
Barnes-Roosevelt $50,000 libel case,
Col. Roosevelt had been on the stand
five hours. The indications are that
he has just fairly started. He de declared
clared declared Barnes was a corruptionist and
announced his unalterable opposition
to political bossism.
EXPLOSIVE PULLETS
USED BY THE AUSTRIANS
Petrograd, April 21. Fighting has
been renewed along the Pilicanida
region in southwestern Poland and it
is believed the enemy in this region
has taken the offensive to cooperate
with troops on the Dunajec front in
Galicia.
The Austrians are accused of using
explosive bullets.
EUREKA
Eureka, April 21. We had a nice
rain Sunday.
Mr. Lidge Strickland was very ill,
but is some better.
Mrs. R. A. Hines from Welaka has
been a visitor to her mother and
father, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Dudley.
Mrs. Hines returned home Friday.
Mrs. J. W. Mathews from Palatka
is down to see her mother, Mrs.
Woods, who is quite ill.
Mr. D. N. Waldron and son from
Bay Lake were here Sunday,
Mrs. John Hogan and her brother,
Mr. John Hale from Burbank, were in
town Friday.
Miss Ollie Ilinscn drove over to
Fort, McCoy Saturday to meet Mrs.
Harp.
Mr. Jimmie Marshall and Mr. W. S.
Hastings were in our town Sunday.
Mrs. T. R. Howard has been quite
ill but he is up and able to be going
around again.
We are having some delightful
weather and the farmers are busy
killing grais.
Mr. and Mrs.!. M. Hinson and little
son were in our midst Sunday. Mr.
Hinson claims to be the record break breaker
er breaker on a good crop, and we are all
proud of it, as it is his first year on
a farm.
Mr. F. M. Harp made a business
trip to Fort McCoy Monday.
Dr. G. B. Parramore has returned
from Keuka, and will -continue his
practice here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Harp and
family will return to their home at
Dexter in a few days. Mr. Harp is an
expert fisherman and we had several
fish frys whik he was with us.
Mr. Willie McQuaig bought a Ford
car and all the girls are hnving a big
time riding.
Mr. John Lenear made a flying trip
to Ocala.
We have a nice Y. M. C. A. now.
Mr. Percy Dudley will help us out
with the good work.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Meadows were
the week-end guests of Mrs. H. D.
Mathews.
The next fourth Sunday in May is
our big picnic. Do not forget. All
come and bring full baskets. Every Everybody
body Everybody welcome. There. will be plenty
of fish and refreshments so it wili be
a day long to be remembered.

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TEMPORARY TORPOR Oil THE BATTLE LINES GIlfE!
OF A TRUCE

Rome, April 21. Within the past
twenty-four hours persistent reports
have arisen in Rome that at general
peace in Europe may be concluded at
a not distant date.
These reports cannot at present be
ascribed to a definite source, but they
are reflected by careful observers of
international politics.
It is pointed out that Rome is an
excellent field for
peace negotiations,
the conduct of;
as Prince von 1
ablest German!
Buelow, one of the
diplomats, is in Rome
as ambassador
cu iuuy, wmie omciai relations ne-j
tween Italy and Germany. as well as!
between Italy and the triple entente
are cordial.
In certain quarters here the idea
prevails that the advent of spring has
not seen such resumption of aggres aggressive
sive aggressive hostilities as had been promised
and that is regarded as significant.
BEATING RUSSIANS BACK
Ottomans in the Caucasus Take the
O .Tensive
Constantinople, April 21. The
Turks have occupied all roads leading
to Batoum. They are now on the of offensive
fensive offensive along the coast and have com compelled
pelled compelled the Russians' to abandon im important
portant important positions. Heavy fighting is
in progress near Artwin and Olty."
FEMALES LEARNING FAST
Votes for Women are. Good for Ice
Cream Money
Chicago, April 21. The drys cap captured
tured captured eleven wet towns in yesterday's
elections. It is charged that women
sold their votes lor $3 apiece. There
weri two arrests in Edgar court y.
FLORIDA VCILL MEET
, AUBURN AT TALLAHASSEE
Interesting Ball Game in the State
Capital Friday
Gainesville, April 21. Coach Fla Flaherty
herty Flaherty is working the -team out, with
stiff batting and fielding practice ev every
ery every day, in anticipation of the Florida-Auburn
games Thursday, Friday
and Saturday. The University of
Florida nine crosses bat3 with their
old rivals at Tallahassee, where be before
fore before members of the legislature and
the many pretty fans from the Flor Florida
ida Florida Women's College they will dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate their prowess on the dia diamond.
mond. diamond. The University nine received a de defeat
feat defeat at the hands of Ocala last week,
that took out of their minds an over overabundance
abundance overabundance of confidence.
ELECTRA
Electra, April 20. Mrs. G. A
Sellers has gone to Sumterville to
visit her son, Mr. Frank Sellers. Mr.
Sellers while riding a horse was
thrown off and broke his collarbone
and the thumb or. his right hand. Hi?
friends hope he will soon be wel)
again.
Miss Mae Ualford spent Sunday
with the Misses Mock.
Mr. A. W. Fort and family took
dinner Sunday with Mr. G. W. Brant
Mr. J. B. Holton has returned
home from Tangerine.
Mr. T. J. Sellers mn.de a business
trip to the Brick city last week.
Mr. Jim Collins is home again from
Eustis.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Meadows spent
Sundav with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mock
Mrs. R. A. Halford and Miss Mae
Hal ford and little Howard Sellers
spent Saturday morning with Mrs
Hudnell and Mrs. J. J. Hudneli.
Messrs. J. G. Caldwell, L. A. Hal Hal-ford,
ford, Hal-ford, W. C. Caldwell and Guy Gricgs
spent Sunday with their friend, Mr
Alva Barber.
Mr. L. D. Marsh and Mr. T. II
Mar?h, Jr., and Mr. Jones returned
from Palatka last Saturday night
with a load of freight in the Francis
Annie.
Rev. Colson filled his regular ap appointment
pointment appointment at the Christian church
Sunday night.
A CURE FOR SOUR STOMACH
Mrs.
Wm.
Mier..
M. Thompson, of Battle
Creek,
writes:
"I have
feen
trouoled with mdigest.on, 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' Hr sale by all dealers. Adv.

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Mrs. Keating is a little better.
Captain Pyles continues the same.
Mrs. A. L. Izlar, who was operated
on yesterday, is doing well.
Mrs. D. R. Connor is holding her
own.
ACCOUNTS FOR ALL
MEN OF THE EITEL
collector at Norfolk Says 'Story cf
Rrnl- P!o i
Norfolk, Va., April 21. Questioned
today regarding a London cablegram
to the effect that several members of
the crew of the German auxiliary
cruiser Prinz Eitel Friedrich had ar arrived
rived arrived at Copenhagen, Denmark, Col Collector
lector Collector of Customs Hamilton expressed
the opinion that it would have been
impossible for any member of tho
crew of the- Eitel to have left this
port under, false; representations.
The collector declared that the
same number of men are new aboard
the Eitel, interned at the Noroflk
navy yard, as were aboard of the ves vessel
sel vessel when she came in, except one man
who died from accidental injuries and
was buried at Newport News.
WACAHOOTA
Waeahoota, April 19. It begins to
feel as tho good old summer time had
come to stay and we feel as tho' a re refreshing
freshing refreshing shower would do a great deal
of good.
Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Smith, Sirs. Sara
Shuler and Misr, Rosalie Smith re-,
turned frefn their shopping trip to
Gainesville last Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Lolita Rawls and Mr. Sara
George, cf Montbrook passed thru
here Wednesday on their way to
Gainesville.
Messrs. Clarence and Napolean
Smith were shopping in Micanopy
Wednesday afternoon, staying over
for the play in the evening.
Mr. Cedrick Smith, Mrs. Sara Shu Shu-kr,
kr, Shu-kr, Mr. Willie Whitehurst and Miss
Rosalie Smith formed a jolly party
who attended the play, "The Old
Maid's Club," at Micanopy Wednesday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pedrick and Miss
Eva Bauknight of Gainesville, were
guests of Mrfs. V. P. Smith Thursday.
Mrs. J. Porter Smith and Mr. Charles
Smith accompanied them home.
Mrs. C. M. Smith, and daughter,
Miss Rosalie and Mrs. Sara Shuler
spent the day as guests of Mrs.
George Gibbons near Archer Friday.
Mr. J. O. Tyson and son Johnnie
were business visitors to the Univer University
sity University City Friday.
Miss Leola Smith returned Sunday
from Madison, where she has been
taking ,a course ir stenography and
typewriting. We are indeed glad to
welcome her back but'quit; sorry tha
is suffering with her eyes.
Mrs. I. N. Rawls -and daughter,
Miss Lcletta, of Montbrook, were
guests to dinner of Mrs. C. M. Smith
Sunday.
Miss Rosalie Smith and Mrs. Sara
Shuler left Sunday for Montbrook,
where they will be the house guests
of Miss Lolctta Rawls for a few
days.
Rev. Entzminger of Micanopy filled
his regular appointment here Sunday
afternoon.
Mr. C. C. Pedrick and Miss' Thccxa
Fleming and Mrs. Tuberville and sen
of Gainesville were Sunday afternoon
callers, bringing Mr. Charles Smith
home,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epperson and
son of Williston wer Sunday visitors,
taking dinner with Mrs, L. M. Smith.
They came over to bring" 3iiss Leola
Smith. We are indeed sorry to learn
that Mr. John Epperson of Williston,
continues quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes Whittingtcn
and children of Shiloh motored over
Sunday afternoon and attended ser services
vices services here.
Messrs. Charles Phinney and Willie
Whithurst of Raleigh and Messrs.
Charles Boyer and Randal Reddick cf
Ebenezer, attended services here Sun-
day afternoon.
Mr.' C. R. Curry was a business
itor to Micanopy Saturday.
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RHEUMA1IC PAINS RELIEVED
Why suffer from rheumatism
relief may be had at so small a cos
Mrs. Elmoi Hatch, Peru, Ind.,
3T C
i have been subject to attacks
rheumatism for years. Charr.IerL
Liniment always relieves ir.:- Ir.tz
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.PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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Entered at Ocrft, Fla., postofflce as second class matter.

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Enver Pasha surely is a success in
getting himself interviewed.

They no longer say
and song. Its booze,
ragtime.

wine, women
chickens and

People do their best work for other
people when they entirely forget
themselves.
The Lord loveth a cheerful giver,
but there never is any overdraft on
His affections.

Another good sign is that some of

our most lovely girls have a healthy

appetite for onions.

If the grass Nebuchadnezzar fed
on was like Marion county celery, no

wonder he stayed with it seven years
Highest civilization will be reach reached
ed reached when every man can behave him

self and do as he dern pleases at the

same time.

Leo Frank is reported to be a tem

perate man, but the present prospect
is that he will take a drop too much

before long.

people in one of our Fort King homes

are justly aggrieved by the cutting
down of a fine shade tree to the west
of their residence, the other day.
There was no reason whatever for
cutting down the tree, and its loss de detracts
tracts detracts greatly from the beauty and
comfort of the home which it shaded
for a number of years. Its removal
causes the full heat of the afternoon
sun to flood the front veranda, and
its place cannot be adequately taken
by artificial shades, which shut out
the air at the same time they give

shade. In some places, the trees are
too thick, and should be thinned out,

but not without first consulting the
people in the neighborhood. A good
shade tree is a part of a community,
and its life is too valuable to be taken
for any trivial reason.

says there will be no more hard times
if everybody will stop talking about

them and go to work like most of the

farmers are doing. He says the

movement to cut off a corner of Alach

ua has taken the people of his county

even more by surprise than it has

those of Marion. Mr. Barco was for-

BY GEORGE
RANDOLPH
CHESTER V
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LILLIAN
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The Star sincerely regrets to hear
of the death of Mr. P. B. Bowie, who
passed away at his home in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sunday. Mr. Bowie was a vet

eran printer, and for a year or more,

in 1909 and 1910, was in the employ

of the Star. He was a skilled work-

merly a Qrystal River boy, but is now man anci an estimable man, and never

in business in Macon, Ga. Mr. Glover iost the friendships he made in Ocala

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is a big, fine-looking young man, during his stay.

about four times the size of the shm

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lift a CAnAAirvw TirnA parnon n rmua i -

" ,-.- Thp Now York VVorlrt savs tUat a

for the daily Star several years ago. gQod many of the stories of big orderg

for arms, ammunition, railroad ma-

"Somehow the prospect that all the terial, etc., that are being sent out

dyestuffs will soon be exhausted to the American press, originate in

doesn't worry us," remarks the Ocala Wall street, and are put in circulation

Star. "Its principal result would be to bull stocks.

to make the women dress all in white

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most oi ine time, a preny woman g censorious Derson down south

always iooks wen m wnite ana tnere objects to the litefary styie of the edi

(Continued from Last Week)

FIFTH EPISODE
A Woman in Trouble.

F

tor of the Lakeland Telegram. Golly

-if everybody connected with the

Star wrote as straight as Hethering Hethering-ton,
ton, Hethering-ton, we could go fishing twice a week.

As loner the sale of easolene and

boozolene continues brisk, we refuse workingmen.

to believe that hard times have per-

manentlv arrived. Robert T. Adams

are lots of pretty women in Ocala.

The dyestuffs arejieeded, neverthe

less, for the sake of the workingman's
pocketbook. Dressing in white is

surely attractive, but it isalso mighty

expensive.- iimes-union snort laiKS. Senator Bryan is at Tallahassee,
Never is anything left in the work- and it is understood that he will try

ingman's pocketbook anyhow. Besides, to have some amendments made to

if about two more steam laundries the primary iaw. His opinion is val

were estaoiisnea m ucaia, ana tne uable and should be heeded.

Star did their printing, it wouldn't

care much what became of the other

We closely read and greatly admire

the two Tampa dailies, the Times-

Union and the Columbia State, but

every time we think of a smart para

of Ocala, the

guiding hand of the Harrington Hall, graph, we find that one another of

The Turks are a bad bunch, but, so one of Central Florida's largest and them has beaten us to it.

far as the evidence eoes. in this war most modern hostelries, was shaking

they have behaved better than some hands with friends in Gainesville yes- Notwithstanding the prevalence of

Of the Christians. wsruay. ivir. nuams, wmie yet ira-1 nyoro-eiecmc plants in .worm jeor-

bued with the spirit of city life, is be- gia and Alabama, they are not, even

Col. Peter O. Knight of Tampa is in coming enthusiastic concerning the

Tallahassee, to anrue against the cor- 'back to the soil" slogan, and m def

noration tax bill now pending. What erence to this has acquired a fine farm
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joa eVkAiim h. hp thpre for? a iew miies irom ucaia. uamesviue

Sun.

in that favored region, milking cows

by electricity at 1 cent per k. w. h.

CHAPTER I.
AT old black Aunt Debby was
dressed in ber best marketing
clothes, the green percale with
the big yellow flowers, and the

little blue hat with the nodding red
poppies was set far tf or ward on her
kinkless wig. The marketing trip to
the city had been one of Aunt Debby's

chief joys, but today the buoyancy and
the high pitched laugh of excitement
were absent.
t "You'll stop at Ned's for Mr. Moore.
Debby," said Mrs. Moore.,
' "Tassuni' Aunt Debby stole a glance
at .Tune's portrait on the wall. "You
you ain't heard nothin yet of Misa
Junie?"
At the sound of that name Bouncer
rose instantly, bead up. ears perked,
tail wagging, eyes eager, mouth open
He was at the window with bis paws
on the sill and ready to bark. He

whined instead aud dropped his paws
to the floor.
Where was June? That puzzling
problem filled the entire mind of Aunt
Debby as by the side of the driver she

Kaiser Bill is some outnumbered,

but not so much as Frederick the

Its one of the greatest recreations Great was 155 years ago. The allies

Mrs. Minnie Moore Wilson has

ado d ted the Seminoles. Women are of Bob's friends to auto out to his of that day put in seven years crush

the natural friends of the friendless, farm and watch him plow his broad ing Frederick, and then

AW RnmAtimfta. of the friendly, acres with a mule and a bull-tongue, crushed.

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he wasn't

Headline says "Germans May Aban- William Barnes of New iork Is a Moonshining seems on the increase

don the Offensive in the West." Neith- politician to the manor born. He stood Alex Cogsworth, a colored man living
er side will cease to be offensive to all kinds of abuse good-temperedly out near Leroy, was bound over by

Commissioner Williams Monday, and

is in jail in default of $200. He was
arrested by Mr. Fate Miller, who was

deputized fox the. purpose by Deputy

Marshal W. S. Perry. Mr. Miller

Jpiows the lay of the land, in that see

the other until it is entirely whipped, until 1 eddy accused mm or being a

friend of Charle Murphy. Then he

Powell of the Clearwater Sun owns I brought suit for libel. He had to draw

that his birthday occurs on April 12. the line somewhere

We had been for some time under the I

impression that the date Was in April. Ice has broken at Archangel, Eus

sia's port on the Arctic, and the Rus- tion, and soon rounded up Cogsworth,

We don't know just -where Kitchen- sians can now ship out wheat and who had a still 'in his smokehouse.

er's new army will strike first, but ship in arms. It is some help, but it Alex declared he had made no booze,

we are willing to bet something that is like the United States had to do had the still but had never used it;

the Germans will know when it hits, all its shipping thru Montreal only no sjr; his wife had used it to make

worse. soan in. The officials didn't think the

still smelt like soap, so Alex's de

fense was n. g.

Mrs. Helen Dortch Longstreet has

become a friend and champion of
Huerta. Sad it is, and yet how so,

that most old soaks have
ways.

If they don't quit

If Grand Duke Nicholas was really

shot by a subordinate, as the Ger

winning mans claim, the boys on the firing The postofiice at Juliette, Franklin

line dont seem to be missing him very e. Hemphill, postmaster, has been

much. We daresay that yarn is in converted into the civil service.

1m vino- pverv- the same class with the defeat or von

thine to Congress, the legislature and Kluk and the .disgrace of Von Hin- ANNUAL PICNIC

the city council, only a grand rascal denburg

will have enough initiative to .cross

the street. If that Roosevelt jury, of seven re

AT ADAMSVILLE

The Adamsville annual picnic will
be held Thursday. May 13th, 1915.

publicans, three progressives and two I Everybody invited to come and bring

There is one law the legislature democrats, views the evidence from a wen nuea DasKets. ice creani ana

might pass with benefit to the public, a political standpoint, skating will be 7emeiery.Tere will be a game

ana tnai IS lO restrict auiu unving w i lasiuunauie in me uau pia.ee ueiure it i Qf ball as USUal

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Today tha Buoyancy and High Pitched

Laugh Were Absent.

licensed drivers of not less than six- agrees.

teen years of age.

The street committee of the city

After reading that Interview with C0Uncil should instruct the street

Enver Pasha, we can't help thinking I force not to cut down trees on the

how unlucky Turkey was in not get- sidewalks without first consulting the

ting into war twenty-five years ago, owners 0f the adjacent property. The

and staying in.

If the energy expended in prevent

ing boys from being bad, and in pun punishing
ishing punishing them for being bad, could be
scientifically applied to helping them
to be good, we wouldn't need curfew J

laws nor reform schools.

It is said that someof our embalm

ed beef barons have turned green

with envy on receiving reliable re

ports as to the success of British

.army contractors in grafting.

If the Russians are half as ingen

ious as Florida darkeys in construct

ing moonshine stills, almost every

moujik can find material for an oc

casional jag, in spite of the Little

Father's interdict.

The Star will be sorry for Joe
Reese or Ed Lambright if Bill

Mapoles ever catches either of themj
outside the limits of an incorporated
town. And its sorry for Bill's con

stituents all the time.

If Florida adopts electrocution as

a mode of execution, instead of hang

ing, an electric chair may be located

at the Marion Farms unless, of

course, Williston or some other am am-hitious
hitious am-hitious town tries to take the dis

tinction away from Ocala.

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Denham, Mrs.
Denham's brother, Mr. W. S. Barco,

and Mr. Dudley Glover of Gaines

ville were in town in Mr. Denham's k

2M Us oiir
Orders For:
I Beams
Channels,
Angles and
All Shapes.
Boiler Plate
Tank Steel,
Galvanized,
Copper and
Zinc Sheets.
Truss Rods,
Stay Bolts
Structural
Iron Work
Of All Kind.
All Hard Woods.
Launches,
Dories and
Skiffs
Built to
Order.
Boilers and
Tanks Built
To Order.
Pnmps for all
Purposes.
Competent Force
For Roa Work at all
" Times.

wr car yesterday. Mr. Denham, wbol .L-i

travels all around over tne country,i u -houkvilll ,rLUiua

M. S. Hill.

W. B. Swicord.
G. W. Caruthers.
CANDLER
Candler, April 19. Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon a number of baseball enthusiasts
went to Belleview to witness the ball
game.
Miss Eunice Loomis and cousin,
Miss Hamlin, who has been Miss
Loomis' guest the past winter, left
Sunday for Massachusetts.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Allen and baby
of Trilby were the recent guests of
Mr.- Allen's grandfather, Captain De De-Long
Long De-Long and other relatives.
Mrs. Charles Mathews entertained

Mrs. Izlar and niece, Miss Sanders of

Ocala, part of the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathews and
Master Frank Mathews visited, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Mathews and Mr.
and Mrs. John Mathews last week.
The literary society postponed its
meeting from last Friday evening un until
til until Friday, the 23rd.
The closing exercises of the public

school will be held in the school build building
ing building on the evening of April 30th. A
literary program will be rendered
which will close with awarding the
medal for the best essay, which will
be followed by an address by Supt. J.
H. Brinson, The doors will be open at
.7 o'clock. The program will begin at
7:30.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Marshall had as
their guests the past week, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Mitchell and two children of
Atlanta, Ga.
RHEUMATISM YIELDS
QUICKLY TO SLOAN'S
You can't prevent an attack of
rheumatism from coming on, but you

can stop it almost immediately.

Sloan's Liniment gently applied to the
sore joint or muscle penetrates in a
few minutes to the inflamed spot that
causes the pain. It soothes the hot,
tender, swollen feeling, and in a very
short time brings a relief that is al almost
most almost unbelievable until you experience
it. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment
for 25c of any druggist and have it in
the house against colds, sore and
swollen joints, lumbago, sciatica and
like ailments. Your money back if
not satisfied, but it does give almost
instant relief. Adv. Tues, Thur, Fri.

spun into the city in the Moore limou

sine.. Andvthfit puzzling problem tilled
the entire mind of John Moore as he

sat in his office.
Where was June? A dozenprivatc
detectives were scouring the city of
New York for ber, and they reported to
a stern faced young man who sat in
the lonely apartments which June and
he had fitted up to be their nest, his
only companion a miniature of his
lovely bride.
Where was June? Who was this
mvsterlous Gilbert Blye? What waa

his power over Ned Warner's bride?
Ned seized his hat and strode forth
into the streets in his never ending
search for June.
At that moment the door of a strange
house had slammed abruptly behind
beautiful June Warner. And Gilbert
Blye had furnished this "address to
June's employment agency.
A blase looking page girl inspected
June impudently In the dim light oi
the hall, then with a significant grin
left June standing there and swagger
ed through a door at the end of the
hall. June was startled as that dooi
opened and a blaze of light came out

with the chatter of many shrill voices.
In there, amid wreaths of curling blue
smoke, moved handsomely gowned wo
men, and many of them nonchalantlj
puffed at cigarettes. At that instant
the smiling Gilbert BIye's key grated
in the lock.
A large yellow haired woman came
hurrying from the salon with June's
employment agency card in ber hand.
"Right this way, honey." she rasped
In a voice to which the honey was for

Pism. nnd sh led the way to a small

side room at the left of the salon. As
June reluctantly entered the strangely

furnished little room at the left Gilbert

Blye came in at the front door.
' With a smile upon his lips and glint

ing In his dark eyes he hurried straight

back toward the little room in which

ptood Jnnp. now alone and frightened

At that intant a huge. iumsy maia
came tumbling up from tjp basement
followed by a puff of yelMw smoke.
With ber eyes distended andpr mouth
open, ready for the yell of "ferer she
rushed to the door of the sala but
before she could reach It Gilbert Blye

had her roughly by the arm and

ed her through the door which 1

the basement. He stood staring at

tmoke which came curling ominously
through that opening, glanced again
toward June's room and dashed down
the stairs.
That was a strangely furnished little

room in which June found herself.;
There were two desks and a filing
cabinet and some office chairs, but
there were a luxurious couch and
dainty hangings, a soft rug and pint
paneled walls and ceiling. It was all
so Incongruous. And the work It was
'jueer too. The yellow haired woman
came in from the parlor presently and
explained the posting into small blank
books of many memorandum slips.
Each slip contained the name of a wo woman
man woman and a sum of money. There were
no slips for men. but there were index
cards about men. June puzzled as to
what sort of business this might be.
The page girl swished in with one of
the memorandum slips. The yellow
head, whose face was puffy and more
highly colored than was wholesome,
took the 'slip, looked at the name on it.

frowned, shook her head and went out
with tle girl. She entered the salon

and stood surveyings the scene with

cold abstraction. Around a long table

sat the women whom June had seen.
They all had cards in front of them
and stacks of playing chips, and a raw-

boned woman sitting on a higher chair

than the rest was dealing. The yellow
haired woufan fixed her attention on
the gambler nvst to the dealer. She

was a fluffy blond with a feverish glit

ter in her eyes, and she was bent so in

tently upon the fall of the cards that
she did not notice the door open and

close.

Poor June! She glanced about her

with growing repugnance. She was

abjectly miserable, and suddenly she
was sobbing.

Ned! Why had she run away from

him?

in the gambling room the fluffy blond

who had played so feverishly staked
and lost the last chip In front of ber.
She -turned impatiently to look for the

page girl She met instead the cold.

hard eye of the yellow haired woman,
who quietly motioned her. The player
rose reluctantly, and fright came into
her face as she followed into the hall
and to the little office where June had
been installed.
"You've reached the limit. Mrs. Per

ry, announced the yeuow nairea wo-;
man, turning on the unlucky one sharp-
ly as she closed the door. EJere Is the j
1. O. C. Belle brought to me. I have
not O. K.'d it'
"It's only for $50." faltered Mrs.
Perry.
"i wouldn't O. K. it for 50 cents."
snapped the other. "Now, I want ac action.
tion. action. You'll telephone your husband
from this room."
"No, no!" The woman wrung her
hands. "I'll talk to him tonight 1"
"1 know that game," she scorned,
and from June's desk she took an in index
dex index card.
"Eight-o-eight-o Garden." she told
the. new secretary. "Ask for Mr. Per Perry,
ry, Perry, and say that his wife wishes to
speak with him."
"No!" cried Mrs. Perry hysterically,
and reached over June's shoulder to
take the phone. The new secretary
had made no move toward the phone.
She was staring at the yellow haired
woman in astonishment. That deter determined
mined determined person 'was' not one to wrangle
in emergencies. She snatched up the
phone herself and called the number.
"You women think I'm a mark." she
scornfully stated to Mrs. Perry while
she waited. You'd sting me for a

thousand dollars rather than sting your

uu&band for it. See this card?" She held

it out. It contained the name of Jackson

W.Perry, bis business address, his home
address, his financial rating, probable

Income, clubs and telephone numbers
And the unfortunate Mrs. Perry seem

ed to shrink into hopeless despair as

she realized the implacable organiza organization
tion organization against which she had pitted her herself.
self. herself. "Mr. Perry, please." The yellow
haired woman's voice had undergone
a complete change. It was very pleas pleasant
ant pleasant of inflection, though it rasped.
"Ills wife wishes to speak with him."
She handed over the telephone, and

June, seeing Mrs. Perry's unsteadiness,
rose and compassionately gave the wo woman
man woman her chair. The yellow haired one
walked calmly over to her own desk and
took' up the extension phone.
June looked at ber hat and coat. She
seemed quite bewildered. She could
not quite understand what this was al'
about, but she did know that It wa
all unpleasant and heartless and de
grading. She was starting to go whe
something on Mrs. Perry's face touch
ed her sympathies and held her.
"Yes, it's Gwen." trembled Mrs. Per
ry, her nervous fingers clutching des
perately to keep the quaver from hei
voice. "I I hope I haven't Interrupt
ed anything important."

"Not verv." The man's voice could

be heard distinctly outside the phone.
"Jack the voice was full of plead
ing "I I have to have some money."

The frown of the yellow haired wo

man deepened as she listened to thf

man's reply.
"I know it's a week before my allow

ance is due." urged Mrs. Perry, and
now she turned her eyes imploringly

toward the stony, yellow haired one.
But I Just must have it! Eight nun
dred dollars!"
The man's voice boomed an incredu

lous exclamation over the wire; tbeu

a sharp question.
"Why why. it's to pav bills! Yes

the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has about 160

deed records and 43 mortgage records and 50 of miscellaneous rec

ords, or about 160,000 pages of record rnath

the record history of that title.

rfndTvLUori rs these is i

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some searchi" "and checking before the abstract man

at he hjs-got it alL

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Beautiful Reception Given by Mrs.
Tydings
Seldom has a more beautiful recep reception
tion reception been attended in Ocala than that
of this afternoon when Mrs. Charles

Robert Tydings received nearly four
hundred friends at the Woman's Club
in compliment to Mrs. John Hans Hans-brough
brough Hans-brough of Tampa and Mrs. Frank E.
Jennings of Jacksonville. The only in incident
cident incident detracting from the afternoon
was the absence of Mrs. Jennings,

who had to return home Monday.
The club house has never appeared
so lovely. The masses of flowers, in including
cluding including hundreds of each variety, at attractively
tractively attractively arranged, served to en enhance
hance enhance the beauty of the artisticaly ap appointed
pointed appointed club. There were low bowls
of nasturtiums, pansies and violets,
tall baskets and vases of roses, car carnations
nations carnations and sweet peas. They were
all gifts to the hostess from many
of her admiring friends.
Welcoming the callers in the log loggia
gia loggia were Mrs. E. T. Helvenston,
Mrs. J. D. Robertson and Mrs. W. K.
Zewadski. On either side of the en en-terance
terance en-terance was a punch table and pre presiding
siding presiding at them, serving ice cold fruit
ade were Misses Marguerite Porter,

Ethel Haycraft, Ruby Gissandaner,
Jean Austin, Mary Burford and Min Minnie
nie Minnie Stovall.
Mrs. R. A. Burford, Mrs. G. T.
Maughs and Mrs. D. E. Mclver receiv

ed at the front doors and introduced
the guests to their hostess and Mrs.
Hansbrough, both of whom wore
charming reception gowns of white.
Mrs. Hansbrough has a large circle
of friends in the city made during this
and previous visits to her sister-in-law,
Mrs. William Hocker, and the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to be with her again and to
spend a half hour with the hostess
who can easily lay claim to one of
the largest circles of friends of any

matron in the city, has not only been
an anticipated pleasure by friends of
Mrs. Hansbrough but of all who were

invited.
Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs. J. K.
Austin and Mrs. Jack Camp received
with Mrs. Tydings and Mrs. Hans Hansbrough.
brough. Hansbrough. Mrs. H. A. Waterman, Mrs.
E. L. Carney and Mrs. Charles
Rheinauer introduced the guests to
Miss Bessie MacKay, a lovely May
bride-elect, and a coterie of lovely
visitors, Miss Hallie McClure of
Shelbyville, Ky., Miss "Sarah Jane
Green of Indiana, Miss Beatrice
Weinecke of Jacksonville, Misses
Rena and Sallie Camp of Franklin,
Va., all of whom composed the second
receiving line.
Assisting the hostess in entertain entertaining
ing entertaining were Mrs. R. B. Bullock, Mrs. B.
T. Perdue, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, Mrs.
Jake Brown, Mrs. J. R. Dewey and
Mrs. H. C. Groves.
Mrs. W. A. Goin, Mrs. Bunyan
Stephens and Mrs. G. J. Blitch asked
the ladies to the tea room where Mrs.
G. S. Scott and Mrs. H. B. Clarkson,
for the first hour and a half, and
Mrs. Frederick Hocker and Mrs. R.
S. Hall, for the second, poured tea and
coffee which was passed by Mrs. J. H.
Walters, Misses Virginia Sistrunk,
Hester Dewey, Rosebud Robinson
and Kathleen Jackson with after din dinner
ner dinner biscuits. The table was centered
with a silver "basket filled with ex exquisite
quisite exquisite pink roses.
An ice course was served by Misses
Musie Bullock, Elizabeth Davis,
Mabel Meffert, Sue Moore, Alice Bul

lock, Margaret Jackson, Bettie Mc Mclver
lver Mclver and Annie Atkinson. A yellow

and white color note was developed

and the ice, orange and vanilla, was

moulded into triangles and the cake
wras yellow and white.

From 3 to 6 o'clock the club was

thronged with handsomely gowned
ladies.

Camp Mucosco
For twelve weeks during the sum summer,
mer, summer, beginning the last week m June,
Prof W. H. Cassels and Rev. Roy B.

Boyers will conduct a camp for Flor Florida
ida Florida boys. They have rented. the two
Connor cottages at Lake Weir and
are making arrangements to accom accommodate
modate accommodate thirty boys. The price is very
reasonable for the entire sojourn and
rates are given for a month, fortnight
or any period of time. The camp will
be named Mucosco, for an Indian
chieftain of Florida, and the boys who
will compose it will derive both pleas

ure and profit, for the time will be
spent in study and outdoor recrea recreations,
tions, recreations, such as swimming, boating,
fishing, baseball and other sports af afforded
forded afforded at that delightful place.
a
Miss Lillie Walkup of Mcintosh,

who has been attending the annual
convention of the Order of Eastern

Star at Daytona, is spending a few
days in St. Augustine as the guest
of her sister, Mrs. R. L. Parks, be before
fore before returning to her home. St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine Record.

Mrs. John B." Floyd, who recently
underwent a serious operation at the
Flagler hospital, is progressing nice nicely.
ly. nicely. Her condition is very favorable
and her many friends are hoping for
her speedy recovery. St. Augustine
Record.
Mrs. L. W. Duval and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Ann, will leave the first part of
May" for Kentucky, for an extended
visit.
Mrs. J. M. Meffert returned last
night from a sight seeing trip to St.

Augustine and Jacksonville. She was
accompanied by her niece, Miss Gen Genevieve
evieve Genevieve Metzgar, who left Jacksonville
yesterday for her home in Niles,
Mich., after spending several weeks
in Ocala.

Interest in the May party has be

come very general and everything in- j
i

' dicates that the affair will be a great j

success. The various committees I
have the details' well in hand and:
have arranged many attractive fea-
tures.
Great interest is centering on the j
contest for king and queen and j

friends of the candidates have begun
to work for their favorites. The
voting committee will announce the

during

For Miss MacKay

Mrs. J. J. Oeng will entertain j?n- standing ot the candidates

day afternoon at an informal sewing this week and the announcement of

party and tea honoring Miss Bessie the votes cannot fail to create great

MacKay, a bride-elect. er interest in the contest. All are

urged to vote early and often.

Shakspeare f arty Candidates in May Festival

mcui.j(-vuiu i-.h6 Mi! me iouowing are me canuiuaies

anniversary of the great Bard of so far nominated for the May fes-

Avon, the Epworth League of this tival contest:

city will celebrate in nis nonor at tne For Queen:

home of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Carroll
Friday evening, at 8 o'clock. Every
friend of the league cordially invited.

Mrs. John Hansbrough will con

clude tomorrow a most delightful

visit in the city, the guest of her sis

ter-in-law, Mrs. William Hocker, leav leaving
ing leaving on the limited for her home in

Tampa.

Mrs. Daisy Dekle Crow, who hasj
been the guest of her cousin, Mrs. C.

E. Winston for a fortnight, left yes

terday to join her mother in Macon at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Glenn.
Mrs. Crow and mother will spend the

summer in Texas with relatives
0

Miss Frances Arnold of Newnan,
Ga., has concluded her visit to Miss

Bessie MacKay and is now the fort fortnight
night fortnight guest of Miss Janet Weathers.

Louise Rentz.
Agnes Burford.
Virginia Beckham.
Callie Gissendaner.
Ellen Stripling.
Elizabeth Hocker.
Dorothy Crawford.
Elizabeth Wetherbee.
Loureen Spencer.
Virginia Neely.
Violet Jones.
Louise Bouvier.
Mildred Bullock.
For King:
Charles Duval.
Ralph Cullen.
Dick Dewey.
Jack Camp.
James Chace.
Jack Robertson.
William Hall.
Norman Home.
Tom Sexton.
Wilfred Harold.
Ernest Beaton.
Turney Colbert.
Permission has been secured from

tne mayor lor tne parade ana ar-

The usual Wednesday afternoon tea

was held today at the Country Club.

A number of ladies enjoyed the half-

hour over the tea i cups after making rangements have been made by him
their rounds on the links. t i; 4-: a:u

participating in the May party dur-

A silver medal contest will, be held mg the festivities. Mr. J. C. Caldwell

at the Griner Farm school house has taken charge of the erection of

Thursday evening, beginning at 7 :30 the May poles and Captain Drake has

o'clock. It will be a double contest, kindly given permission to use the
jne by young ladies and the other by armory to drill the children for the

a l t m x i m l a ? l. . .

ine u. a. u. ciass oi Doys. An mvua- May pole dances. Miss McLean is
tion to attend is extended the gen- drilling the children for, one pole and

eral public and those in charge are Miss. Mary Gates and Miss Rowley
desirous of a good attendance from are drilliner children for another. Miss

Ocala. Tommie Standlev wilf drill for the

third pole. Mr. C. W. Hunter has do-

Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Theus and their nated a fine league ball for one of the

bright little son are visiting friends at prizes for boy's entry in the parade.
Daytona. Other suitable prizes will be offered

in the different classes and the parade

Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Johnson will promises to be an extremely popular

leave Thursday for Atlanta for grand and attractive feature of the party.

opera week. Later they will

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the minute vitk eveigtkirtc
new in the Drnj Business
Fresh Rire Prus and Medicines.
We keep right up to the minute with all NEW.
scientific medical discoveries. When your phy physician
sician physician prescribes some better new remedy WE
can fill your prescription exactly as it reads.
In every department of the Drug Business we
keep up to the-very last tick of the watch.
Do your drug business with us.
nti-Monopoly Drug Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
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MISSIONARY ITEMS

friends on an automobile tour to Cin

cinnati, where they will spend three

or four weeks, before returning to (Contributed)

xaiupa. xnuuiie. Jesus Christ himself was a mis-

Mrs. Johnson is pleasantly known Uionarv. He left his home in heaven

in Ocala,' having been the guest of and came to earth "to seek and save

Mrs. E. L. Carney winter before last, that which was lost." At the close of

his earthly career he left to his fol

Mr. and Mrs. r rank Mathews and lowers an unfinished task, that of

son Frank, who have been making evangelizing the world. It is a stu

their home at Silver Springs for two pendous undertaking and one which

yeaj-s, are now visiting relatives at should engage the time, the talent,

ort -Fierce, and later will go on to the money and the strongest effort

I? ort Lauderdale for an indefinite Df every Christian.

stay v We are stewards of a crosDel that

I has power to save every race and na

Miss Katnieen Jackson, Miss Rose- tion. We, are more; we are partners

bud Robinson, Messrs. Holmes Wal- with God in a bier business that re

ters and Pete Mcintosh were supper quires haste. If all the members in

guests yesterday of Miss Annie Da- aR the churches were devoted to hast

VIS at Lake Weir. pwW thA kWdnm nf God. the church

militant would be the church triumph

HOME COMING I ant. Trier is nothinc more contacr

AND CHURCH ANNUAL ious than Christian personality. Char-

jity begins at home, but it should not

There will be a home-coming and stay there.

church annual at the East Broadway We must save America to save the

church Friday evening. All the mem- world. The Methodists of Savannah,

bers of the Christian church, Disciples Ga., have recently established a homf

of Christ, or Church of Christ, as we I for working girls. In Korea women

are variously known, and those who are glad to walk from 20 to 60 miles

habitually attend upon the services cf with their babies on their backs, for

this church are expected to be pres-la few days of Bible study.

ent. The committee has spared no It has been confirmed that Presi

pains in arranging for the entertain- dent Yuan of China has appointed t

ment. The program will consist of J national day of prayer for the peace
recitations. stereoDticons and a bielof Europe. The Christian Chinese

dinner. Everything free. A board of have responded in earnest prayer

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directors and all officers of the church This is a most unusual occurrence
are chosen at this meeting, which will la recently heathen nation praying for

be a feature of the church's work I an enlightened people. It is one of

hereafter.

the last and richest fruits of Chris Christian
tian Christian missions.

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Virginia Style
Smoked Hams
f Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)

some blood disorders become deeply
rooted in the glands and tissues, and the
mistake is made of resorting to drastic

drugs. These only aggravate by causing
other and worse troubles. A host of peo people
ple people know this to be true. They know
from painful experience.

To get right down into where the blood

is vitiated requires S. S. S. the greatest

blood purifier ever discovered.

This remarkable remedy contains ono

ingredient, the active purpose of which i3

to stimulate the tissues to the healthy

aelection of Its own essential nutriment

and the medicinal elements of this match matchless
less matchless blood purifir are Just as essential to
well balanced-health as the nutritious

elements of the meats, grains, fata and

sugars of our dally food.

Not only this, but if from the presence

of some disturbing poison there i3 a local
or general interference of nutrition to

cause boils, carbuncles, abscesses and
kindred troubles, S. S. S. so directs the

local cell3 that this poison la rejected and

eliminated from their presence.
Then, too, S. S. S. has such peci So
stimulation on these local cells as to 'pre 'preserve
serve 'preserve their mutual welfare and a proper
relative assistance to each other.
In a very brief time S. S. S. has tha
reconstructive process so. under controt
that remarkable changes are obseved. All
eruptive places heal, mysterious pains and
aches have disappeared, and from head to
foot there Is a conscious sensation of r r-newed
newed r-newed health.
From the fact that S. S. S. Is purely
a botanical preparation. It is accepted by
thm weakest stomach and has great tonic
Influence. Not one drop of drugs cr
minerals Is used In its preparation. As'x
for S. S. S. and insist upon having It.
And If you desire skillful advice upon any
matter concerning the blood and skla
write to Tho Swift Specific Co.. 205 SwiftJ
Jildg. Atlanta, Ga. Do not allow soma
zealous cleric to larrup the atmosphere la
eloquence over something "Just as god
as S. S. S. Be war of all counterfeits.

CANNING CLUBS ARE

BUSY IN MARION COUNTY
Mrs.'J. R. Moorhead spent yester

day at Pedro, where she met with the
canning club girls at the home of Mr.

and Mrs. Proctor. The day was spent

in sewing, making -the new uniforms

for the class. Dinner was served by

j the class in the line of a cooking dem demonstration.
onstration. demonstration. The day was a most en-

22c PER POUND, DELIVERED h'oyable as we!1 as a v one-

loaay Mrs. jioorneaa went uj me
Griner Farm school house, where she
met her class of that locality. In

structions were given in sewing and

cooking.

Saturday Mrs. Moorhead will meet
the club girls of Citra at the bnne
of Mr. and Mrs. Crosby.

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WOOD

PHONE 503'
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
'mmediate Attention.
J. L. SMOAR

At Smoak'a Wagon Shop.

NOTHING SO GOui3
FOR A COUGH OR COLD
When you have a cold you want the
best medicine obtainable so as to get
rid of it with the least possible delay.

There are many who consider Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed.
;Mrs. J. Boroff, Elida, Ohio, says,
"Ever since my daughter Ruth was
cured of a severe cold and cough by
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy two
years ago, I have felt kindly disposed
toward the manufacturers of that
preparation. I know of nothing so
quick to relieve a cough or cure a
cold." For sale by all dealers. Adv.

He'i a sinister figure thAt drops like a shadow on the lives of Nad Warner as4 Jess.
Dark, polished, mysterious, his polite attentions seem a constant menac.
At every turning he crosses the path of the beautiful runaway bride.

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By GEORGE RANDOLPH CHESTER and LILLIAN CHESTER
b a mystifying story, a fascinating story, a story of spellbound thrSL
It is illustrated with moving pictures produced by the Reliance Motion
Picture Corporation by special arrangement for this paper.
Published in the Star every Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and Thursday afternoon and shown
at the Temple Theater every Friday.
Try a Star Want Ad. They bring results.



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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21. 1915

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OCALA OCCURENCES

For Velvet Ice Cream Phone 525. tf
Woodmen meeet Friday evening.
If you want to rent a houte, get a
bargain, see S. II. Christian. 14-1 m
Norris Box Candies at the Court
Pharmacy are the best made. 19-tf.
Editor Bart Corley of the Leesburg
Commercial was a welcome visitor to
Ocala Monday evening.
For plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker.. Phone 300. tf
Mr. S. E. Dutton of Lynchburg, Va.,
was a welcome visitor to Tulula lodge
last night, and made a good talk on
the good of the order.
Have your choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" or Pabst's Blue Ribbon on
draft, at Johnny's. C-tf
Don't forget the ball game tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, and don't let anything but an
emergency prevent your seeing it.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Mr. T. I. Arnold, manager of the
mill at Oak, has gone to Gainesville
to look after business.
Smoke Cuban Club, Gc Cigar.
There are likely to be important
changes in schedule on the A. C. L. in
a few days.
There will probably be some
. changes in schedule on the Seaboard
'about;,, the beginning of next week.
The most satisfying box of candy,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Stores only. 22-tf.
W. K. Lane, 31. P., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, JSoso
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.
I0YS'' and' GIRL
HOW ABOUT THE
KING and QUEEN
For
Here is your chance
to get elected
IF YOU WANT TO "WEAR THE
CROWN' WE WILL HELP YOU
From now until the last day of
this month, we will cast one vote
for you for every 25c cash pur purchase
chase purchase made by you or your friends
.r
working for you.
0. K. TE
PHONE 16
POT
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Embalmer
'jWith
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Furniture and
Undertakers
Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.
219 WEST BROADWAY
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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 va
have your custom we deserve it.
iDcalsi lee & Packing; Co..

WEATHER REPORT
This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov
ernment.
April 1
April 2
April 3
April 4
April 5

Max. Min. R. F.
G 47
61 49 .97
.53 44
62. -37
..72 30
75 43
78 53 ..
. 80 53
82 54
......81 53
..82 55
80 62
..83 58 .23
.75 57
74 49
75 45

! April G
April 7
April 8
April 9
April 10
April 11
April 12
April 13
April 14
April 15
April 16
April 17 8
50.
Anrii i ..ou i
r.n
April 19 83 58
April 20 85 58
Local Forecast
Generally fair tonight and Thurs
day.
Mr. G. A. Osteen of Fairfield, yes yesterday
terday yesterday bought an Overland automo automobile
bile automobile from Messrs. Knight & Lang, the
local agents. Mr. Osteen, who is
manager for the Fairfield Naval
Stores Co., is one of the few operat operators
ors operators who continued making shipments
of naval stores right along through
the past year. He shipped his third
carload for the season yesterday.
Ex-Senator Robert F. Rogers came
to the capital yesterday to oppose the
cutting off of a slice of Marion coun county
ty county to make the new county of Blox Blox-ham.
ham. Blox-ham. Mr. Rogers is a conspicuous
figure about the capital, having bee'h
one of the most prominent members
of the Senate back in 1891. Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee item in Times-Union.
Col. Rogers returned from Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee today.
Anybody who takes a look at the
fine samples of Tye and oats in the
Munroe & Chambliss Bank, and the
bunch of barley at the Board of Trade
will conclude that Marion county can
raise some good grain. The rye and
oats were raised by Mr. J. R. Olds on
his place six miles from town. Both
are well headed and the rye is seven
feet high.
Mr. Cecil Ditto'left last night for
Savannah to enlist in the United
States navy.
The drugs used in our prescription
department are the best to be- had,
and ACCURACY is our watchword.
The Court Pharmacy. 19-tf.
Mr. Jos. W. Dodge returned yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon from from a visit to
Jacksonville.
Mr. Hu'gh McCredie, after a long
visit to his relations here, mending a
broken arm, has returned to his posi position
tion position in Miami.
First of die season Pabst excellent
'bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
Mr. P. A. Durand has just complet completed
ed completed the new tin roof over the Smith
Grocery Co. for Mr. Lanier Robert Robertson,
son, Robertson, this being an old-style standing
seam roof.
Just say "bock" at Johnny's They'll
know what you mean. v tf
A large shipment of Nrrris Candies
jxx st received at the Court Pharmacyli
Nice better made. 19-tf
AN OCALA CITIZEN
COMES TO THE FRONT
Tells His Friends and Neighbors Of
His Experience
Every Ocala resident should read
what a neighbor .says. His testimony
can be relied upon. Here are his own
words:
C. F. Hayes, 703 S." Orange St.,
Ocala says: "I think that heavy lift lifting
ing lifting caused my kidneys to become
weakened. 1 suffered greatly from
severe pains in my back and I was of often
ten often so stiff and lame that I could
hardly work. l also had severe
! headaches. Doan's Kidney Pills .gave
me more relief than all the other med medicines
icines medicines I had taken put together. I
have had no occasion to take any kid kidney
ney kidney medicine since, as the benefit has
been permanent."
. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply, ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Hays had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ad. G

SHEET MUSIC!

If its published, we have it or can
get it for you. 4-21-tf
LATTNER'S Piano Store.
The members of the Presbyterian
church in the United State.s gave dur-
, ing- the fiscal year ending March 31,
1015, S2S7,070 to the board of foreign
STANDING COMMITTEES
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
FOR THE YEAR 1915
Finance
D. W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, M. J.
Roes s.
Judiciary
Geo. A. Nash, W. A. Knight, H. A.
Fausett.
Street
M. J. Roess, D. TV. Tompkins, Geo.
A. Nash.
Cemetery
John Moore, M. J. Roess, J. C.
Smith.
Fire
J. J. Gerig, H. A. Fausett, W. A
Knight.
Police
W. A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, X C.
Smith.
Market
J. C. Smith, J. M. Meffert, J. J.
Gerig.
Sanitary I
IL A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash, D. W.
Tompkins.
Building
John Moore, H. A. Fausett, J. C.
Smith.
Light and Water
J. M. Meffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.
J. Gerig.
Fan-Shaped Tree.
Elm trees have been planted in th
quarea and parks of our city where
you may make their acquaintance.
They are trees )ou can learn to rec recognize
ognize recognize at a distance because of their
genera.l form or habit of growth. A
well-grown tree ik broad and rather
fiat across the top. and for this rea reason
son reason ii is called a fan-shaped tree.
'A Legacy.
"Johnston has inherited a wonderful
collection of art works, antiques and
bric-a-brac." "From an ancestor who
was a connoisseur, I presume?" "Not
exactly. From an uncle who was a
pawnbroker."
The "G" in "Gnat."
"Spelling's 'a queer thing," said one
boy. "What do they want with a
'g' in 'gnat?" "It belongs there," re replied
plied replied the other. "It's what you say
when one stings you. The only mis
take is not putting an exclamation
point after it."
Recording Sound Waves.
A new German metho'd of recording
sound waves employs a lead pencil
line of varymg thickness, formed on
a strip of paper by an electric current
influenced by the vibrations.
The True Bravery.
There is as much true courage in en enduring
during enduring with constancy the sorrows of
the soul as in remaining steadily on
the wall of a battery. To give one oneself
self oneself up to grief without resistance, to
kill pneself in order to escape from
it, is to abandon the battlefield before
victory. Napoleon.
Ready Means to Identification.
Richardson Wright recently made
an appointment to meet a stranger in
a Hartford hotel, and over the tele telephone
phone telephone he described himself as being
a round person with an incipient
mustache. When the stranger finally
found him Mr. Wright asked how he
was able to recognize him so quickly.
Back came the ready answer: "Looked
up 'incipient' in the dictionary." Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Star.
Iron Ore in the Antipodes.
All of the Australian states are
well Isupplied with iron ore, New
South Wales .having the richest -deposits.
How Insects Breathe.
When a man breathes he uses his
muscular strength to draw in the air,
and it is afterward forced out auto automatically.
matically. automatically. With insects, as a German
Investigator has just discovered, this
process is just reversed. In other
a'ords insects take in the air automati automatically
cally automatically and exert muscular strength only
when they expel it.
Motive Power In Norway.
The greatest single factor In thm
possible industrial development of
Norway lies undoubtedly in its cheap
and abundant hydroelectric power.
The country having practically no ooal
resources, the Norwegian industries
are coming to depend more and more
upon the utilization of waterfalls aa
a primary motive power source.
Measures Heart Current.
The heart of the average man
makes about one three-thousandth of
a volt of electricity at every beat,
and an instrument sensitive enough to
measure it has been Invented.
Breeding Minks for Tar.
A contribution to the growing in industry
dustry industry of fur farming has been under undertaken
taken undertaken by the U. S. Biological Survey
in the shape cf expirimenia in breed breeding
ing breeding minks ffr size, quality of fur and
dispositi in. A mink farm has been
started near Prichard, Idi 10, in the
Coeur d'Alene National Forest, and
similar experiments are under way
In the .National Zoological Park La
Washington. F. C.
To Freshen Lemons.
When lemons are hard, cover them
with boiling water and stand them
aside to cool. They will then appear
fresh and full of juice. Neither will
the jui e ?eem in the least diluted by
any v t :r absorbed.

THE MAKKETS

Chicago, April 21. May wheat,!
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Corn, 77 U.
Oats, 57-;ij.
July pork, $18.
Lard, $10.37
Ribs, $10.45.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
" 1 1 mi. v ...-
LOSTr-Silver cigarette case. Return
to Peyser's Cigar Factory; liberal
reward. 20-dt-
WANTED A white irl. between
ages of IS and 22. Apply at 23 j
North SnnrhPT: street, nr nddrsa
Box 145, city. 20-2t
LOOK For Quick Cash Sale, I am
offering do acres of splendid ham hammock
mock hammock land, just three miles from
court house, fronting on Orange av avenue,
enue, avenue, for $25 per acre. Its a bar bargain.
gain. bargain. S. S. Savage, Jr., -Ocala. 21-Ct"
STRAYED The night of April 14tli,
a large black dog with white feet
and tip of tail white; one toe on left
front foot brown; was taken from
my place near Early Bird. 5 rer
ward will be given for return or in information
formation information of the whereabout? of
the dog. Address, Nelson Horten,
Cotton Plant, Fla. 15-t
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 wmte chrysan chrysanthemum
themum chrysanthemum xIants, 30 cents per dozen.
Mrs. P. II. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
street. 4-7 tf.
WANTED The owner of a pistol
taken from a boy some days ago
while under arrest. It was taken
from an automobile in front of the
Temple theater about two weeks
ago. Owner can get same by prov proving
ing proving property and paying expenses.
Apply to W. F. Adams, Chief of
Police, Ocala, Fla.
5-tf
RANGE FOR SALE A family size,
wood burning range, with hot wa water
ter water tank and connections for bath.
Apply at Star office. tf
FOR RENT-r-Well located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
Ionia!. 7-tf
FOR RENT Two connecting rooms,
furnished; one, two or three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
at residence of Mrs. A. M. Perry,
Herbert street. 3-18-tf
WANTED To lease or buy, two second-hand
syrup boilers of 100 100-gallon
gallon 100-gallon capacity. Call or write, J.
R. Moorhcad, Ocala, Fla. 10-tf
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 Desirable front bed
room, electric lights and all mod modern
ern modern conveniences. Apply 20 Her Her-.bert
.bert Her-.bert street. lG-Ot
FOR SALE CHEAP 1000 gallon
galvanized iron tank; also gentle
horse for family or farm use. Box
182, Ocala. 19-tf
ROOMS & BOARD Four large front
rooms with hoard at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-lmo.
NOTICE
Of Application to the Legislature of
Honda for the Enactment tf
Special or Local Legislation.
Notice is hereby given that applica
tion will be made to the legislature of
the state of Florida, at its next ses session
sion session in April, 1915, for the passage of
an act authorizing the city of Ocala
to purchase from other party or par parties,
ties, parties, electric current or power for the
use of the said city, either for light lighting
ing lighting or manufacturing purposes, and
to distribute and sell the current so
purchased for lighting and manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing purposes.
Also for the passage of an act au
thorizing and requiring the city coim
! CltV COim-i
i registered'
applicationi
-i 'l
cil of Ocala to submit to the
voters of said citv. anv

wnicn may De maue xo i-aiu cuy, or ilj frr- V-.--' r.n.l know. Thy tell
council, for a franchise, whenever a pT ') : its w.wb.rful in in-petition
petition in-petition or application, signed by; jv(f fwic-a to eas the
twentv per cent of such registered i-VV, tS' l' ;t uiornir;al mu.ej?s
voters of the citv, shall be presented! '.' A : 1 I,r,w Vny a oM'
to the council, praying that the ques- L., .c, .r .. 1 lho?'- ,'!r' ll0'
tion of granting such franchise shall j plu .Jiclt
be submitted to and passed upon by j i;s.r.i;y t..-i over th- Suln to rc-r.J r it

tne registered voters ox me sua city.
2-17-St-ved
R. C. CAMP.
Worthy Ccrpariscn.
"As near as I can iir.ire ii." com com-mented
mented com-mented Judge rctrinsill of CIiar.-JtG
"a treaty and a married ma.i's proir.ise
to his wife to water the plants f.nd to
pper.d the evf.iin?' at l.-cm.
sends her av. to he fo'
many strj-n? ints in cor.
Kansas City H'nr.
h--r he
. have
When Tilk Begins.
Hostes "People are very dull to tonight.
night. tonight. Adolph. I really can't get thara
to talk." Hct
dearest." Judy.
Play something,
Uncle Ebtn.
"Be patient." &aid Uncle Eben. "b't
don't mope around an' imaein you're
a Job uhen youre only a Jcr.ah!"
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

itunaway June

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' if., i ki 'i'.v i was 5urpoiM! re
'a m j iM :;t of my allowance! i
"r to HI v;u this until we
I sit Ii".vfi fjuhtiy together, only.
"re prfv-sinu lue for payment! And
aIiov.:t;re i-n't t-nogh, Jackson!'.
Ys. I k:iw you've r.ii-ed it oh!"
The man's h-nvy volr-e had interrupt interrupted
ed interrupted ?u-r al!!i!y. coldly. She sank back,
limply ii the chair.
June l, ;i;g up tU. receiver. She was
tv.i prised to see the yellow haired wo-J
man put up her own phone and come!
across the room with a benign expres expression.
sion. expression. ''Cheer np." she advised. ,,llubbv
.ill right." j
Mrs. Perry s?rni-'hterK-d up. j
"Yes." -h said and moistened her
lip, "he said that he'd go over those
tills with me torii-ht."
"1 horrd him myself.
And the Yel
low hatred woman grinned across at
June. "Hero's y.-nr 1. O U., dearie.
I've O- K.'d it. You better go ia and
piny awhile for your nerves."
The tenukd little Moud looked up
incivdn'ousiy. It was as if she had
been given a drink of some strong i
stimulant, and she clutched eagerly at
the memorandum slip. Perhaps with
that she eould win back all that she
had Iot!
"Thank you!" she gasped and hur hurried
ried hurried trouj the room.
The other woman grabbed her phono.
"ESsht ei.'-iht o Garden!" she called.
"Hello: Mr. i'e.rry. please. This is his
i wife's friend i
Juno tno d tor her hat and "coat.
"Hello, Mi. Perry! Say. your wife
is at -1 Ivingsley oourt gambling, and
she's going to he exposed in half an
hour if yon aren't here to pay her
debts."
The man at the other end of the wire
apparently took a moment to gasp for
breath; then the wire boomed.
"All ripht. bring tiie police if you
want." snapped the yellow haired wom woman.
an. woman. "1 guess 1 can stand the notoriety
if you and your wife can. And. say,
checks don't go. r.riug cash. It's eight eight-fifty
fifty eight-fifty now."
June stood aghast. A gambling bouse
CHAPTER II.
N the corner near Mrs. O'Keefe's
home, oihcer Grady walUed
over to lift his cap politely and
to help Marie across the street
0
with her empty market basket. Two
blocks up Onieer Dowd carried her
basket two blocks off his beat to
where Olfieer Kernan held up the traf
tie both ways while she described the
chicken ioti'ie she intended to make
for dinner. All this was. first, because
t lie Widow O'Keefe's husband had
been the most popular man on the
force and, second, because Marie, plain
of feature though she was. had found
in herself an unexpected knack for
pleasing policemen.
In the market June's maid, compan companion
ion companion and protector wandered from stall
to stall, seleeting her tiny purchases
of fruit and vegetables. She was just
deciding on the tremendously impor important
tant important selection of the chicken itself
when suddenly an avalanche of flam
iug color fell upon her and a voice
Tried:
"You. Marie? Wha's Miss .lunie? I
say. wha's Miss .lunie V"
Aunt Debby! Her two fat black
hands were gripped on Marie's arm.
A epj.vd began to gather immediately.
Marie straightened herself stifiiy.
"1 do rnt know you!" she declared.
"You don't know me!" Aunt Debby
wheezed, her broad bosom jumping up
and down. "You say you don't know
me! Ain't I Debby? Ain't you Ma Marie?"
rie?" Marie?"
Marie with a sudden jerk freed her;
self from that earnest grasp and would
have been far down the street had it
not been for the thickening crowd.
Aunt Debby, plunging forward with
unlx.tievable agility, threw both arms
nround her.
"What's the matter here?" The
gruff voice of a big policeman.
"I want that woman took in charge!"
panted Aunt Debby, and she rolled her
eyes.
"Oh. you do!" And the officer of tbo
law turned on Marie an eye which was
nerfectlv readv to bo suspicious in
spite of its disinclination. "What's the
eharge?"
The voice of Aunt Debby rose shrilly
triumphant:
"She done stole my pocketbook!"
It was Marie's turn to look astounded.
"Oh. she did! When? Htre iu the
market?"
"Yas. sir. she did. Right up hyah at
the chicken stand!"
'Well, wl-n's thnf on vonr arm?"
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BefsreBaby Arrives
T)urin rovr-rni w.-f-ks rf expectancy
there is a pi in-lhl external embrocation
in cur ".Mother's
yrrOv I ;!!. 1" in which
- ) "Vj thousands of women
iXjA hnv0 th Tno't un
WjZY l"1"? "e
t, yr t i h-y have tr-ed it
- tncnt.i to t.e r-lura! ytrr-tcIiiTr vhich
it un.-ierv-.w.
th'rf-n-'.-? jvst h:
rflJc-ved ct vrr-:
cau?.-s ar.d jt-,--u t
re:'dt as fpr-:-E:.i2ir3
v- h-i v r'f
It i- a :1 : i
lift tlTT.ll'.HT V ', t
l a? l i n In
r:: n-:- !," l r..
li'.-r h nrr.. d :
.11 t j T;r,:a-n.
V;;. ,r:Tii, ,,f r.-rv.i
uh ti.o ?k!ri is thu3
c : -;iry f n -proI uc i
p' r ical T'-Vt'-f is the
-d y a h:t r-f har.py
. :: -e!
ti.;:t ;: 'wi-Tif-n should
TToth--rs FrienJ"
i v x r".i i a !, 1 rt-coTi-v
:- Ii tL-ir --ir-
i.y : -it i'Aii pl-ndi.J
You ein ct-iln ?.! hrs Friend at
! almost aity (im; 5tor-. G- t a bottlo
to-day sr; l th' ri writ-, f- r our littlo Look.
SO V,?rfl to fXTrfi Tutr:.
A.!1:: Pra'pV! I i:--n; iUf Qj., ZU
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L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND PI ILOER
Careful.Estimate Mads on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Mcney than 'Any Other
Contractor in the City.

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OUR CONVENIENT TERMS OF
PAYMENT VILL HELP YOU OWN
A PIANO. WRITE OR CALL TODAY
10 EAST IiROADWAY
OCALA, FLA.

The Man&ocmextt of DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Elecfrie Institute
Announces the moying or the Institute
offices and treatrent rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entra nee between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands
Larger giMrfei-s. !?. FnHy' 'quippTVi :uh1 will be lSun
Strict! poii r.lbical Idncs
HOURS? 9A.M.TO4j30I,.H.. PHONE 333

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fr,r..,i.. tf,. ,!..t;i !,..r- ,1 n ; r,
, Oj.mui it up. onh-n-d th. u'.Uf r. u ho
I u.-n'd it tim-e!f It h.;d hills ;it;d
,-ilvu in it. Aunt OrhhvV r adin spi-t--'.
tnehx and rr-r fari .htrd ones. Mun.-
pe)i)erniint J7.-n;s. turu.ette f.f e
lewder an! a te: t)i uit.
"UVll-weil-weiir sniped Aunt !M,
hy. her eye. t.nttinjr. "Sbe ione M!e
my other po ketl.took:'
"That's enough!" prowled the ofhVer.
'No iic-Trt ever hid tw p .-ketbofk-
What finve von to sav. mi-sV"
And be wasiiuife respectful to Marie.
'I don't kt.ow her, Mr. Oflieer."
'
smiled Mari
(Ccntinued Tomorrow)
Poet Laureate
had nothing to do v.ith the civil au-
tLority, or royal favor.
Th.
st
"poet laureate,'' ia the modern sense, j
was Cen Jon sou.
The po?toffice at Juliette, Franklin
E. Hemphill, postmaster, has been
converted into the civil service.

A laureate was originally a purely leU, 'tt,er,-: -ionaay at 8 p. m., at
. iCa'H? Ilali. over, tho .lamps farl!sl

university titJe, bestov.ei upon sucn . ,. w
, , , ;,i idruc-tore. A cordial welcome to
masters of arts as had exhibited fckill ;-;
.i t i it. utotner.
in the nutkir.ff of Latin versus, and it t. ..u.

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OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
;li:io-ih;x masonic lodgj;
j. Marlan-Oiina Loeo. 19, V. &
jA. -M.. me ft a oh the first and third
ihursday evening3 of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
J-aVd Pro'.vn, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF SASTI.TN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.f
meet b at Yone's hall the second and
j fourth Thura.lay evenings of each
month at "'"' o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Wf-bb, W. M.
j Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Scc'y.
j OCALA LOU fir; Sit. .180, II. I. O. E.
; Ocala LO'.!o ;'o. Hesevo'ent
jand Protective Order of El 3c?. meets
'the ?econd and fourth Tuesday even even-jlnrrs
jlnrrs even-jlnrrs in each mcith. Vf-itin breth-
ren always" ".elootue. Club hcaso
jopno.-dfc po-tofHce, east siie.
Dnvid S. vnrim.s, E. R.
j L. Vv. llarley. Secretary. Ad
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! Oenla Lodsre f,:;:f L. 0. ST.,
'rv'?t every Thursday at S:S0 p.
:'i-it;n' br-hern always r.-clcorne lo
the 1 !se and club hoje on Mag-
no'Ia street, near potofUcx;.
R. S. Roer.3, Dictator.
j oni n:rxovs
Tulula !.' Ire No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
;rncets jn Voice's Hall every. Tuesday,
vninsr a: S oV.ocdc. A warm wel-'
1 mf al wsj 3 extended
?o vl:ting
brethren. J. D. Wilke?. N. G.
'V. L. Ce.bert. S?rrcf.ary.
COXCOIIIHA LOHGI- V. OT A.
Cncor.a l,o J-re, FraternaT Irdon
;o4 AmerP-a. n;eers Jr. s iiai!
fcn Jhe send Thur.-daj ;:Z
r-aeh riouTV r:-n K Taring. 7.1.
- " cetVrv Ad.
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V(oiii-: of Tirn voi;li
; Eo-t Kin- Cam:) Xo. 14 meets at
:the K. of P. Ilalili al S p.m every
J SCCCitJ. an'! in-rnuay. Viunn.
Uoverergii? &.re always welcome.
J. W. Lamar,, C. C.
Ci;a. K. Sarc Clerl:.
KNIGHTS OF riTHfAS
Orala Lodce Xo.-ID. Conventions
j Cha.. K. Sa.e, K. of It. 3.
CHAITKK NO. 13, fl. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, It. A. M., on tha
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. II. S. Wesson, IL P.
Jake DroAn, Secretary.

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