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
Place of Publication:
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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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1915
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IHFLfCTED 01 TI CHRISTIANS 111 ilORTH PRUSSIA Ai ARMENIA
DEATH OR TORTURE FOR THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE AND A VAST EXTENT OF COOIITRV
I0RIIED INTO DESERT

Petrograd, April 2G. Seven thou thousand
sand thousand Christian Armenians killed,
3,000 injured, over 15,000 made fugi fugitives
tives fugitives or prisoners, twelve towns de destroyed
stroyed destroyed and over 500 square miles of
country laid waste, summarized an another
other another bloody i age of Turkish atro atrocities
cities atrocities reported from Tifiis, Tabriz
and Teheran. Ths covers a period
from early in January till late in
March.
Kurd tribesmen fighting: with the
Turkish army are responsible mainly
for the massacres, but Turkish reg regulars
ulars regulars permitted the slaughter, and in
some instances participated in the
butchery.
Horrible tortures were inflicted.
Mothers begging for the lives of their
children, saw. them crucified before
their eyes. Oil was poured over the
victims and fired. Other butchery in indescribable
describable indescribable was inflicted on the help helpless.
less. helpless. MURDER AND SUICIDE
Tragical Result of an Elopement in
Georgia
Lexington, Ga., April 26. M. L.
Aaron shot and killed F. L. Ware, re returning
turning returning from church last night.
Aaron's son recently eloped with
Ware's daughter. Aaron afterwards
suicided. Both were prosperous farm-'
ers.
DESERVES DEATH
Saturday r-Ut, a ngro named
Will Smith, who works en the floating
gang1 of one of the -railroads, went
into one of the stores and insulted one
of the young lady clerks. She scream screamed
ed screamed and the negro ran. He was pursued
by the proprietor of the store and sev several
eral several friends, and was overtaken at the
Seaboard station. When captured, he'
denied his identity, and claimed he
had just come in on the Seaboard
freight. Mr. J. M. Adams, special
agent of the road, took him in charge
to bring him back up town. After
walking quietly for a block or so, he
broke loose from Mr. Adams and ran.
Several shots were fired at him, but
missed. He was overtaken back of
the Catholic church by Deputy Sheriff
West. A minute later, as Mr. West
and the negro were together out in
the open lot back of the church, sev several
eral several hotheaded parties fired at "the
negro and almost hit the officer. The
negro again broke and ran. Mr. West
chased and fired, at him; the negro ran
into a wire ferjee and fell, but rose
again. A little further, he was head headed
ed headed off and tripped up by George
Johns. Mr. West put the bracelets
on him and the officers brought him
up town. They took him before the
young lady, who positively identified
him, whereupon they hurried him to
jail, just in time to save him from be being
ing being lynched.
Two of the dozen or so shots fired
at Smith while he was being chased
hit him, but neither inflicted a serious
wound.
There is no, danger of any further
excitement, as long as Smith is in the
hands of the law, but if he is any anywhere
where anywhere near Ocala when he is releas released,
ed, released, he stands a good chance of being
lynched.
Smith was not drunk. He found the
young lady practically alone, the pro proprietor
prietor proprietor and the other clerks being in
another part of the store, and most
wantonly insulted her; his remarks
and actions showing plainly that no
defenseless woman is safe when he is
in the vicinity. The law'does not pro provide
vide provide any adequate punishment for his
offense. He should be swung to a limb
and filled with lead. Not because he
is a negro the Star would unhesitatingly-
prescribe the same treatment
for a white man guilty of the same
conduct.
HOT WATER TANK FOR SALE
A large, new- galvanized hot water
tank and connections for kitchen
range. Apply at Star office. ; dh-tf
First of theSeason Pabst excellent
"bock" fcee'on draft at Johnny's, tf

IATTERINB AT

THE BOSPHUS
THE RUSSIAN FLEET IS AGAIN
KNOCKING AT THE SUL SULTAN'S
TAN'S SULTAN'S BACK DOOR
Constantinople, April 26 The Rus Russian
sian Russian fleet bombarded the outer forts
of the Bosphorus for the second time
Sunday. Three Russian aeroplanes
flew over the Turkish forts,' directing
the, fire of the fleet, but the forts
were undamaged.
ATTACK ON THE OTHER END
Athens, April 26. Allied warships
bombarded the Dardanelles Sunday,
moving in close and drawing a hot
artillery fire from the defenders.
ALLIES HAVE LANDED
London, April 26.- The attack on
the Dardanelles has been resumed.
Allied troops have landed.
EIGHT HUNDRED
BILLS INTRODUCED
Legislature Up to Its Eyes in Petty
. Laws ..
Tallahassee, April 25. At the close
of the third week of the legislature
yesterday more than 800 bills had
been introduced, and not one general
law has been enacted, although there
has been enough measures of state statewide,
wide, statewide, interest in the batch to tear up
the statutes until they would be un unrecognizable.
recognizable. unrecognizable. HAD NO USE FOR HUGHES
Teddy Throws More Light on Boss
Barnes Tactics
Syracuse, April 26. Great antip antipathy
athy antipathy of William Barnes to Charles
Hughes and the fact that Roosevelt
was not strong -for Hughes for gov governor
ernor governor of New York state in 108 but
"knew no stronger man to nominate,"
were facts brought on today in letters
between Roosevelt and Barnes, when
the $50,000 libel suit was resumed.
Roosevelt, on the stand, admitted
that he consulted Senator Piatt free freely
ly freely and recognized him as "boss." Col.
Roosevelt was pettish today, answer answering
ing answering sometimes sullenly. ;
RUINED BY THE RUSSIANS
East Prussia has Suffered Fearfully
from the Invaders
London, April 25. "A strong col column
umn column of Russian cavalry again has
invaded East Prussia near Memel,"
says the Daily News Petrograd cor correspondent,
respondent, correspondent, "and is threatening the
German left flank."
Russians Left Only Ruins
Koenigsburg, April 25. Thousands
of persons homeless, thousands of
buildings burned to the ground and
hundreds of thousands, if not millions,
of dollars worth of damage done
such is the toll of the Russian invas invasions
ions invasions of East Prussia.
From the German-Russian border,
which is fifteen miles to the north northward
ward northward of Memel to Bialla, far to the
south and for miles inward from the
curving boundary line, there now lies,
in place of a one-time prosperous ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural section, an almost desolate
waste, punctuated here and there with
half-ruined communities.
WILL EXCHANGE AUTO
FOR A VACANT LOT
A two-passenger, four-cylinder, car,
in first class condition, fully equip
ped; new tires all around. Will ex exchange
change exchange for good vacant city lots, dh-tf
The most satisfying box of candy,
(Viola Sweets, 50 dents for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerigs
Drag Stores only. 22-tf.

ITALY UNCERTAIN

SEEMS TRYING TO DRIVE BAR BARGAINS
GAINS BARGAINS WITH BOTH SIDES
Rome, April 26. "Italy won't par participate
ticipate participate in the war. By remaining
neutral she will win a greater victory
than is possible were she to enter
either hostile camp." This statement
was made to the International News
Service by an official of the Italian
government, who for obvious reasons
requested that his name be not used.
Important code dispatches were
sent to Berlin and Vienna this morn morning
ing morning by the German ambassador, after
a conference with foreign ministers.
KING AND QUEEN OF THE MAY
Following is the standing of the
contestants in the race for queen and
king of the May day festival:
Queen
Isabell Davis . 510
Callie Gissendaner ...... . . .312
Loureen Spencer .............. .242
Louise Rentz .'.159
Elizabeth Wetherbee 38
Ellen Stripling 35
Virginia Beckham 30
Violet Jones 37
Agnes Burford 32
Rhoda Thomas 20
Virginia Neely 5
Mildred Bullock 5
Nettie Camp 5
Sidney Cullen 5
Eva Lee Glass .. ..10
Dorothy Crawford 24
Annie MacKay 5
Clifton Sexton 1
Virginia Lee 2
Chivalette Smith . 3
Elizabeth Hocker 1
Louise Bouvier 1
Izie Denney . l
King
Norman Horn 290
Charles Duval 124
James Chace 166
Ralph Cullen 30
Ernest Beaton ................ 26
William Ritchie ..... 29
Charles Cullen 10
Edward Chazal 6
Clifford Anderson 5
Reuben Blalock 5
Tom Sexton 6
Wilf ord Harold .... . ... 10
Jack Robertson 44
Jack Camp 63
James Akin .. .. ............ 10
William Hall l
Turney Colbert 1
E Cook .. 1
Leon Pooledda . ............. 1
Garden Brigance 1
Remember, the ballot boxes in the
stores will be closed at 6 o'clock Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon. One box, that at
the Temple theater, will remain open
until 10 o'clock.
SEEKING FOR BRITISH SHIPS
Strong German Fleet Said to be Cruis Cruising
ing Cruising in the North Sea
London, April 26. A Copenhagen
dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph
says that leading German papers de declare
clare declare that the German fleet is willing
now to accept battle in the North Sea.
The entire fleet, the papers declare,
several times has cruised over the
North Sea vainly seeking the British
fleet.
The Vossische Zeitung says the
Norwegian steamer Foedin met the
German fleet last Sunday off Helgo Helgoland.
land. Helgoland. The German commander told
the captain of the Foedin that the
German fleet had one desire only to
engage the British fleet and he hop
ed the British fleet might be found.
CUT OFF COMMUNICATION
FOR THE CAMEROONS
Washington, April 26. The block blockade
ade blockade of the German colony of the Cam-
eroons, in South Africa, is officially
announced by the French ambassador
as effective Sunday at midnight.

ULTIMATUM TO CHINA
ARMIES READY

Shanghai, April 26. The Japanese
minister to Pekin has handed the
Chinese foreign minister a note, in insisting
sisting insisting on the unconditional accept acceptance
ance acceptance of the last proposal transmitted
from Tokio, and stating that further
delay will result in breaking off nego negotiations.
tiations. negotiations. It is reported that 300,000 Japan Japanese
ese Japanese are massed in the Shantung pen peninsula,
insula, peninsula, anticipating war with China.
EXPERIENCE OF AN AMERICAN
IN THE GERMAN ARMY
-New Haven, Conn., April 24. Yale
is very proud oi Jari Llewelyn, tnc
senior who has just returned to coli
lege after being wounded and win
ning the Iron Cross.
When Llewelyn landed in New York
several weeks ago, he refused to dis
cuss his exploits at all, and he still
is silent about the deed of heroism
which -ended in his lying wounded on
the battlefield for many hours, and
being picked up a little better thar.
dead. He has, however, just been in induced
duced induced to describe the method which
he forced himself into the German
army.
He said today:
"It was August 8 when we drew up
on the German frontier. Instead of
the customs officers which one usual usually
ly usually finds, there were ladies serving hot
coffee and sandwiches ta the passen passengers
gers passengers aboard the incoming' trains. Most
of these passengers were refugees
from England who were being wel welcomed
comed welcomed to the Fatherland.
"I got off at every stop the train
made and tried to enlist, but they told
me they were full and I would have
to go on. Finally I found a place
where they would accept me and we
were sent to the drill ground. The
'peace sergeants', who had retired
from ten to twenty years before were
in charge of the drill, and we had
to stand around more than would have
been the case had we been in charge
of men who were in active service.
It is a tribute to these men that they
got us in the shape they did.
"The class of soldiers we met at
the start of the war were better ed educated
ucated educated than the ordinary regulars.
Nine weeks later we were at the
front. I failed to get the full nine
weeks training, however, for at the
end of six weeks my commandant
came to me and informed me that be because
cause because of a communication from the
state department of the United States
I was bounced. I sent in a protest
to the Kaiser but it never got there.
"But I waited. I went down to the
station, with about 300 girls to see
my company off when it entrained.
I tried to get through the gates, but
I couldn't, so I went down the track j
and hopped the train as it came by.
My comrades were glad to see me
and would 'do anything for me. 'You
can have my boots said one. 'Take
this coat,' said another. I took them
arid with that disguised I managed to
elude the officers.
"When we got well into France,
however, I f essed up to the captain,
and he called me down in about the
prettiest fashion you ever saw. He
spent ten minutes at it, reminding me
of the responsibility I had placed
upon him. I felt smaller and small smaller.
er. smaller. I really had not been considerate
but a cad. If I got hit with a bullet
i would sue him and force him to
pay me alimony.
"He was really tickled with
the proposition of my being there
though. He let me march in the col column
umn column with the men when we went
forward. Soon a man became footsick.
I took his pack. In the villages we
went through everyone thought I was
a prisoner. You know, the first thing
a soldier makes a prisoner do is to
carry his baggage, and I was doing
that in a civilian's suit. The diffi
culty with this prisoner was that he
sang their own songs with them.
"Finally they let me enlist. I wore
a pair of French work trousers. A
sergeant was killed and I got his
coat, and it fitted me admirably.
Equipment soon became easy to ob obtain,
tain, obtain, but it was not so before any
were killed.
"I want to say something about
atrocities, of which you have heard so
much. I won't say there were none,
for there were atrocities on both
sides. You've all heard of the Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral at Rheims and the way the bar barbarians
barians barbarians shot it to pieces. I was there
at the time. We were not shooting at

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the Cathedral, and the French got
onto this. They put a battery in
Cathedral Square, where they thought
it would not be hit. A German flver
spotted it soon and the Germans bom
barded the square and incidentally hit
the cathedral.
"We lay at Rheims for five weeks.
Every afternoon between five and six
the French let loose sort of an aft
ernoon tea. The French shells gave
warning, however, and you soon got
over dodging except when they were
coming near you. Since I was wound
ed the American shells have begun to
arrive. The old French shells didn't
worry the Germans a bit, but the Am
erican shells gave them the surprise
of their lives. The American shells
break and scatter along the ground,
going much further. In addition, of
the French shells about one in three
explodes, while with the American
shells there is an explosion with about
nine out of ten."
OE MINOR
MPORTANCE
FRENCH REPORT NO DECIDED
OPERATIONS ALONG THEIR
FRONT
Paris, April 26. Two German at attacks
tacks attacks northeast of Ypres were re repulsed
pulsed repulsed by the British. The Germans
have renewed the bombardment of
Ypres. The -French have made pro progress
gress progress on the right bank of the Yser
canal and repulsed the Germans at
Notre Dame de Lorette. At noon all
German attacks had failed.
MEETING OF THE
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Don't forget that there will be ??
meeting of the Ocala Transportation
Company at the Board of Trade
rooms tomorrow evening at 7:30
o'clock. Every man in Ocala who is
interested in better freight rates and
Oklawaha river transportation mat matters
ters matters is urged to be there. The meet meeting
ing meeting is of great importance to all.
Tuesday night, April 27th, 7:30. Do
not forget it.
FAMOUS RESIDENCE BURNED
The "Mansion" at Citra, Home of Mr.
J. R. Williams, Destroyed
by Fire
Citra, April 26. Sunday afternoon
at about 1:15 o'clock the "Mansion,"
the beautiful home of Mr. J. R. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, was found on fire. When first
seen, smoke was coming out of the
roof. Finding that it was impossible
to save the house, people at once com commenced
menced commenced to move out the furniture and
nearly all the things on the first and
second floors were removed before the
roof fell in. The "Mansion" was built
by Mr. James Harris, some years be before
fore before the big freeze. The house cost
about $60,000 and after llr. Williams
bought it six years ago he made many
improvements.
GERMANS AT JEDDA
Adventurous Survivors of the Emden
Are Safe in Arabia
Berlin, April 25. The crew of the
German "warship" Ayesha, composed
of men who escaped when the cruiser
Emden was destroyed by an Austral Australian
ian Australian warship in the Indian ocean last
October, have escaped again from al allied
lied allied patrol ships. They arrived at the
Arabian harbor cf Jedda, March 27.
ITALIAN STEAMER HELD
UP BY AUSTRIANS
London, April 2S. A dispatch from
Cettinje confirms the report that the
Italian steamer Yolande was stopped
and searched by an Austrian sub submarine
marine submarine near the Albanian coast.
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line cf
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.

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MANY IflDIOATIONS POINT
.nor
Amsterdam, April 26. The kaiser
is rushing to Flanders from the east
to direct personally operations at
Ypres and along the Yser front The
most desperate efforts are indicated
by the Germans to reach Calais.
blew; UP HIS SHIP
Berlin, April 26. The German aux
iliary cruiser Navarre was blown up
Feb. 11th by the captain to prevent
capture by the British.
THOUSANDS TAKEN
Five thousand prisoners, including
a thousand Canadians, were captured
by the Germans in Flanders. The Ger Germans
mans Germans still occupy Lizerne, despite re reports
ports reports to the contrary. The Germans
captured a hill west of Eparges on the
Meuse heights.
FUNERAL OF MRS. KEATING
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood, Mrs. J. E.
Johnson, Mrs. E. C. Beuchler and Mr.
H. W. Tucker have returned from
Daytona, where they accompanied
Mr. Roland Keating and the remains
of Mrs. Keating, who died last Fri
day night. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Dodge
met the party in Jacksonville.
. The funeral services were held from
the home of the bereaved husband's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Keating,
where less than three years ago Mr.
Keating led his bride to the altar.
Many friends were present, and the
casket was hidden from sight by the
profusion of beautiful 'flowers. Rev.
Robert McKay, the Episcopal minis minister,
ter, minister, officiated, and the remains were
laid-to rest in the Daytona cemetery
between the Halifax river and the sea.
The friends from, whom this lovely
young woman has been taken in the
flower of her womanhood will ever
miss her, and always keep her mem
ory enshrined in the sacred places of
their hearts.
MEMORIAL DAY IN ATLANTA
Atlanta, April 26. Public buildings,
banks and schools generally closed to today
day today in observance of memorial day.
Business houses closed at noon.
MILLIONAIRE MEAT
PACKER IS NO MORE
Chicago, April 25. John Cudahy,
one of the founders of the Chicago
meat packing industry, died at his
home near here yesterday. He was 71
years of age.
DONE IN NATIVE DIRT
The L. S. Starrett Co. of Athol,
Mas3., one of the greatest tool-manu
facturing companies in the United
States, has offered a list of splendid
prizes for the best window display of
its goods. Of course, the Marion
Hardware Co. of this city is in the
competition, and Frank Anthony, who
can almost make cold metal talk, has
made up a display in the west win window
dow window of the store that would draw the
eye of a wooden Indian. Frank has
framed, as a centerpiece, a map of
Florida, done in native dirt, and is
going to loom Ocala out of it before
display as you go by, and you must
go by to lamp it, if you have no other
reason, for it sure is worth seeing.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and mosf healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
SHEET MUSIC! If its published,
we have it or can get for you. LAT-
TNER'S Piano Store. 4-21-tf.
NO THING SO GuOi)
FOR A COUGH OR COLD
When you have a cold you want the
best nedicine obtainable so as to get
r?d of it with the least possible delay.
There .ire many who consider Cham-
bprlam s Cough Remedy unsurpassed
:Mrs. J. Boroff, Elida, Ohio, say3,
"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.

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Hard-hearted British wont
let them go to the
HAGUE
London, April 26. The liner Noor Noor-dam
dam Noor-dam with forty American delegates to
The Hague peace conference aboard,
held up by a British order, is anchor anchored
ed anchored off Ramsgate. The Ameriesrsn-.
have appealed to Ambassador Page, to
ask the United States to protest, so
the delegates may reach Rotterdam
Wednesday, when the conference
opens.
GOOD BALL GAMES
Fans Looking Forward to Some First
Class Fun
The local fans are looking forward
to some rare good sport this week.
One of the very best teams ia the
state from Winter Park, made up of
the best players from there, Orlando
and surrounding country will be here
to play two games with the Oca? a
nine, one Wednesday and one Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon.
Everyone who can do so should
come out and see these games. If ycu
have not done so, blow yourself &nd
buy that season ticket that you have
been debating with yourself about. It
is only five simoleons and will entitle
you to 24 games you or any person
you may allow to use it.
GETTING READY FOR
THE NEW BUILDING
The Metropolitan Realty & Invest Investment
ment Investment Co. has a force of hands engag engaged
ed engaged in moving the frame building on
the east and south side3 cf the big
three-story bank building. The small
frame buildings greatly increased the
fire hazard and insurance rate on the
large one. Later on the company will
build brick stores on the lots from
which the frame buildings are being
removed.
DR. AYER'S NEW HOME
Messrs. James and John Thompson
have commenced work on Dr. Clifford
Ayer's pretty new home on East Fort
King avenue, opposite Mrs. Tuck's
home and east of Mr. Weller Car Car-michael's.
michael's. Car-michael's. The new house will be a
bungalow of unusually attractive de design.
sign. design. MEETING AUXILIARY BOARD
The president requests all members
of the auxiliary board of the charity
department of the hospital to meet at
the residence of Mrs. W. E. Zcwadski
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock.
LAKE WEIR YACHT CLUB
Eastlake, Fla., April 12, 1915.
The Saturday night dance3 at the
club house will be continued until fur further
ther further notice. It has been decided to
meet at the club house eery 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- Woodrow.
Sec re tarv-Treasurer.
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Sesd Store.
We want you to step in and see our
line of FOUNTAIN SYRINGES and
water bottles, all price. The Court
Pharmacy. tf
A CURE FOR SOUR STOMACH
Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, cf Battls
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 1 am
well. These tablet:? are splendid none
better." For sale by all oefJers--Adv.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, APRIL 25, 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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The Star is indebted to Senator
Terrell for a daily copy of the Senate
Journal.
The lawyers estimate that the trial
of Theodore Roosevelt, for libel, at
Syracuse, will last another two weeks.
Charlie Jones of Dixie is giving
Iiloxham county his valued support.
Charlie must have seen Senator
Iilitch.
Powell of the Clearwater Sun
makes timely and vigorous objection
to the destruction of Florida pine
forests.
The Davis bill prescribing drastic
legislation for the saloons, will come
up in the legislature this week. It is
somewhat too drastic.
The two big Tampa dailies are pa papers
pers papers of grent principle, and it seems
to the Star that one of their prin principles
ciples principles Is to disagree with each other.
The prime minister of Greece,
whose name looks like the wiggle of
'angleworm, Fays his country will
join the allies as soon as invited to
da so.
Town of Wildwood had to apply to
the legislature for a measure that
would enable it to hold an election to
keep hogs off its streets. Could any
thing be more picayunish?
We object to the designation, by
one of the state papers, of Allie An-
c "shrinking violet." He re-
minds us more of a big sunflower." sunflower."-Lakeland
Lakeland sunflower."-Lakeland Telegram.
We meant a sunflower.
The New York World says that Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Peary, in his prediction that the
United States will eventually domi
nnt nil North America, from the
isthmus to the pole, is making of him
self an American Bernhardi.
There is nothing good or glorious
which war has brought forth in hu
mnn nntnre which neace may not
produce more richly and more perma
nently. Arcadia Enterprise.
deal of truth in a few
- r
words.
Editor of the Fort Pierce News
wants his exchanges cut off says he
is too busv to read them. He must
be running a garage or a truck farm
and editing his paper on the side
Blessed if we can sec where he puts
in much time on it.
The people of Marion and Sumter
counties may take pride in observing
that Senator Terrell has a high place
in legislative councils. He has wide
information and broad views, and is
another proof that it pays to put
schoolmasters in office. ...
The Ocala Star is already pub publishing
lishing publishing Tennyson's "May Queen,"
where mother is urged to wake and
call her daughter early. The Star
doubtless wants to go a-maying.
Miami Metropolis.
Not if it has to get up at 6 a. m. to
do so.
What's the use of any man lying to
any human being save his own wife?
Any gentleman will do that. All gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen lie to their wives. Their wives
love to catch them in lies. Floridian.
We reprint this paragraph with
great pleasure. It will be of extreme
comfort to almost all the married men
we know.
That "characteristic telegram" con containing
taining containing the two words, "Three
cheers!" which Col. Roosevelt sent to
Senator Piatt in 1899 is most inter interesting
esting interesting in itself, but the important
thing is, did Senator Piatt give the
three cheers ? Or did he say some something
thing something equivalent to "Tut, tut, tut?"
Savannah News.
He probably said something which
rhymed with "ram, slam, jam."
The sheriff of. Marion county is of
the opinion that the city council of
Ocala should pass a curfew law to
keep boys and girls off the street at
night. Miami might be benefited by
such a law, but who would enforce it?
Miami would also be benefited by the
enforcement of the anti-cigarette law,
but has no officers who are capable of
doing it. Miami Metropolis.
We don't know what sort of offi officers
cers officers they have in Miami, but if the
Ocala council passes a curfew law,
the police will enforce it. As for sell selling
ing selling cigarettes to minors, how many
cases has the Metropolis reported to
the authorities since the law was pass passed
ed passed ? If a tobacco dealer sells cig cigarettes
arettes cigarettes to minors when the sheriff of
Marion county or one of his deputies
Js present, or if any person reports
; such a sale to the officers, the offender
is sure of arrest and trial. It proba-

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that it is the duty of every good citi
zen to report violation s of law that
come within his ken, or that it is im impossible
possible impossible for the taxpayers to support
a force of deputies and police large
enough to mount guard over all to tobacco
bacco tobacco dealers. If the Metropolis will
appoint its reporters as detectives to
go around and spot the dealers who
sell cigarettes to minors, it can give
the practice in its town quite a set setback.
back. setback. Senator Farris of Duval county, has
intm.inro.l hi u n if 5 nn 1 freedom
bill. It was referred to the Senate
committee on municipalities. This bill
provides measures whereby every city
and town may under a general act
change its charter and consequently
its mode of government generally
without having to come to the legisla
ture for permission.
The commander of the Turkish sub
marine which was run ashore by Brit
ish torpedo boats a few days ago,
owed his defeat to his ideas of fair fairness
ness fairness in war. Overtaking a British
transport loaded with troops, he hail hailed
ed hailed the transport and gave the soldiers
eight minutes to get into the boats.
He lost hig ship and perhaps his life,
but Americans, at least, will applaud
his chivalry and humanity.
House bill No. 225, entitled "An
act to authorize the board of county
commissioners of Marion county, Flor
ida, to reissue certain county warrants
or scrip and to validate the same, and
authorizing said board to make such
re-issue warrants or scrip payable at
periods to be fixed by said board, with
interest at a rate of not to exceed six
per cent per annum, payable semi semiannually,"
annually," semiannually," has been passed by the leg legislature,
islature, legislature, and needs only the governor's
signature to make it a law.
The Florida Grower, in its report
of the state horticultural meeting at
Tampa, says: "Gaitskill, of Mcintosh,
one of the charter members, was
there. He did not leave the hotel toi
come over to town, as. he shies at
street cars. We offered to take his
hand and lead him around, but even
this was not enough to give him con confidence.
fidence. confidence. He still believes that Marion
county is the only county in Florida
worth talking about, but I think he
must shut his eyes when he steps over
the border."
An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask
for Triola Sweets. 22tf
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(Made in 'Marion County,
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Phone 34
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THE GRANDFATHER
CLAUSE LAW

A special to the Times-Union from
Tallahassee, under date of April 23,
says:
The passage of the grandfather
clause by the House this morning as
an amendment to the constitution was
the cause of no little excitement
among tho?e who did not recognize it.
; of the measure two different times
: this morning it seemed to have the;
effect of disqualifying most of the j
voters of the state. This impression
went cut cn the' streets and the mem members
bers members who voted for it had some ex explaining
plaining explaining to do when they came down
out of the capitol at noon, and all but
seven of those present voted for it.
The resolution was introduced by
Mr. Crosby of Marion some days ago,
and came up today on second reading.
It was slightly amended, advanced to
third reading and passed. As it went
through the House today the resolu resolution
tion resolution reads:
"A joint resolution proposing an
amendment to section 1 of article G of
the constitution of the state of Flor-
ida as amended by joint resolution No.
2, acts of 1803, relating to suffrage
and eligibility.
"lie it resolved by the legislature of
ihe state of Florida: That the fol-
lowing amendment to section 1 of ar-
tide ft of the constitution of the state
ot Florida be, and the same is hereby
agreed to and shall be submitted to
the electors of the state at the gen general
eral general election in 101G for ratification
or rejection.
"Section 1. Every male person of
the age of twenty-one years and up
ward who is a citizen of the United
States at the time he applies to regis register
ter register shall be deemed a qualified elector
at all elections under the constitution
of the state of Florida, provided that
he possesses the following qualifica
tions: He shall have resided and had
his permanent home and place of
abode in the state of Florida for one
year, and in the county wherein he
applies for six months previous there
to.
"He must be able to read and writ
any section of the constitution. of the
state of Florida at the time he applies
to register. He must own in his own
right property to the value of not
less than five hundred dollars, which
fact shall be determined by the as
sessment books of the county.
"He must not have been convicted
previous to tne time ne applies to
register of larceny, robbery, forgery,
perjury or bribery in any of the
courts of any state or of the United
States.
"Provided, however, that no person,
or any lineal descendant of such per-
son, who was on January 1, 18G7, or
prior thereto entitled to vote under
the constitution and laws of any of
the states or territories or entitled to
vote under any form of government or
any naturalized citizen or his descend
ants, shall he denied the right to reg register
ister register and vote because he shall not
own property of the value above spe
cified; naturalized citizens of the Uni
ted States at any time they apply and
before they shall be permitted to reg-
isier fenau present 10 ine regihirauon
officer certificate of his naturalization
or a duly authenticated copy thereof.
"Section 2. Upon the adoption of
this amendment to the constitution
the legislature shall enact appropriate
laws to carry the purpose of this
amendment into effect."
IT. T. MASSEY
A special to the Times-Union frpm
Citra, dated April 23, says:
This town was saddened to learn
that Mr. H. T. Massey had passed
away at an early hour this morning
after an illness of a few weeks, heart
failure being the cause of his death.
Mr. Massey was born March 10,
1841, in Adams county, Ohio. He lived
most of his life in his native state,
coming to Florida about three years
ago, locating at Orange Springs. He
moved to Citra last September and the
family has made many friends here.
Mr. Massey was a member of the M.
E. church and always loved its service
and people. He was a Mason since
early manhood, was second lieutenant
in the 195th regiment Ohio volunteer
infantry in the civil war. He was 74
years of age. He married Miss Kate
Woodworth in 1893 in Lewis county,
Kentucky. He leaves a devoted wife,
a son and daughter, both of whom are
grown, as well as other" relatives to
mourn his death.
The funeral services will take place
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Rev.
Partridge of the M. E. church will
conduct the services. Interment will
be in the Citra cemetery.
The bereaved family has the sym sympathy
pathy sympathy of many friends here and else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. ANNUAL PICNIC
AT ADAMSVILLE
The Adamsville annual picnic will
be held Thursday. May 13th, 1915.
Everybody invited to come and brin?
well filled baskets. Ice cream and
lemonade will be sold for the benefit
of the cemetery. There will be a game
of ball as usual.
M. S. Hill.
W. B. Swicord.
G. W. Caruthers.
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'Why suffer from rheumatism when
relief may be had at so small a cost?
Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., writes.
"I have been subject to attacks of
rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's
Liniment always relieves me imme immediately,
diately, immediately, end I take pleasure in recom recommending
mending recommending it to others." 27 and 50 cent
bottles. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
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VEGETABLE CROPS
ARE LOOKING WELL

The vegetable crops are "looking
mighty good around Ocala, consider considering
ing considering the unfavorable weather early in
the season. Many of the fields cf
beans, tomatoes, melons and canta cantaloupes
loupes cantaloupes have nearly a full stand and
the vines are growing rapidly. The
beans are putting on leaves nicely and
the tomato plants are blooming. The
farmers will be shipping before you
know it. The yield will be short, far
short of the usual crop and is gomg to
be late; there is no getting around
those facts, but there is lots of truck
in the fields of Marion county and a
lot of vegetables will be shipped, and
let up hope the shortness of the crop
will be made up to a large extent in
better prices.
Did you say BATHING CAPS?
Well, we have the prettiest line you
ever saw. The Court Pharmacy, tf
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
IARIOX-I)UNN
MASONIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge tto. 10. F. &
A. M.. meets on the first and thin?
Thursday evening" of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hal! the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at "?.0 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA IiUGF. SO. 2SG. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge Xo. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even
ings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L, W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL OKDHIl OF MOUSE
Ocala Lodg No. li'jy, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at S:30 p. n.
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag-
nolia street, near po3tofiioe,
R. S. Rogers, Dictator.
ODD FELLOWS
TulJa Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets in .Vonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'cToclc. A warm wel-
mmp alwava pxtended to visitinz
brethren. J. D. Wilkes. N. G.
iren.
v. L. Colbert. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis-
Ring brothers.
Charles Goddard, C. C,
Chaj. K. Sage, K. .of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, It. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chanter So. 13. It. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month a,t
7:30 p. m. II. S. Wesson, II. P.
Jake Uro-am, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF T1IK WORIJ)
Fort King Camp No. li meets at
tho K r.1 I J Ho fi ot X ft m fV'Prv
secomj and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
CONCORDIA LODGE 3T. V. OT A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Ycnge's Hal
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
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Editor for April

Curfew Bells
"The curfew tolls the knell of part- I
ing day."
Fortunate indeed in that hamlet,
town or city where not only "the plow
man," or laborer, "homeward plods his ;
weary way," but where every man, ;
woman and child responds to the ring ringing
ing ringing of the curfew.
This custom was common in the
middle ages and when William the
Conqueror introduced it into Eng- j
land, he probably had a thought of ?
its use as a safeguard against fire,
but it was further used as a badge of I
servitude, and, notwithstanding Hen- j
ry I. repealed the law in 1103 the
bell has continued to ring in many :
districts up to modern times.
The old law provided that all per perrons
rons perrons under 15 years of age should not
be on the street later than 8 p. m. in
summer and 9 in winter, without the
consent of parent or guardian. Am America
erica America has made an amendment to this,
in some cases, and the children if on
the street must be accompanied by
guardian or parent.
Plymouth, the oldest settlement in j
New England, has, since the Puritan
days, forced this ordinance, until of j
late years other cities have seen its
advisability and adopted the same
measures.
Are the children all in? Is the fam
ily circle complete as the table is
spread for the evening meal? Is that
boy of yours safe from the tempta temptations
tions temptations which lurk for him at every
corner particularly as the evening
shadows deepen?
The long summer evenings wrill
soon be upon us. Shall it be home
or street? Shall we cultivate the
children's company or shall we
leave them to their own devising?
Shall your boy confide to you or to
one or more oi nis pais arouna tne
corner?
Take this in a practical manner.
Even if you have your boy safe at
home does that hinder other boys,
neighbors or otherwise, to seek him
out, to persuade him to go with them
until he is discontent oftimes with
home environment and what you have
done toward making a man of him
seems almost a failure.
Have a curfew law and give every
mother an equal chance! Ocala is
waking up at last to the need of this.
Every organization for the better
ment of mankind has a department
of social service :and what does it
mean? It means a department to in
vestigate and see what can be done in
each community to prevent the evil3
which happen each day in that neigh
borhood of yours or mine.
The ringing of the curfew will put
an end to many anxious moments; it
will bring the family to know each
other' better. It will be an eye
opener to many who perhaps have
never given the matter any consid consideration
eration consideration or perhaps never will until it
is, alas, too late.
If your" children go out in the eve
ning, go with them; why not? If it is
for their improvement you should go
if it is questionable you should know
it. The adults of this country must
provide for the children. They are
the future generation and must be
trained for it and it is we who will be
held responsible far more than we
ever dream. Have you thought about
it?
You have no children? Well, has
your neighbor none? Enforce the
curfew law and see if it will not help
them. The divine law tells us to love
our neighbor as ourself, and can we
idly sit and let them struggle along
with life's problems without any pro
test, without any protection? WTien
our long summer evenings close and
dark hours lengthen where are our
children. Does "e'en bring us hame?"
Where are they on Hallowe'en? Are
they any better fitted for life after
an evening or night spent in what
they, term as fun? Where are they on
Thanksgiving evening off with a
crowd of other young folks or at the
home enjoying a jolly home evening
which you planned with their co cooperation
operation cooperation or at their suggestion, even
if it did seem a task?
Where are they at Christmas time?
At hore at curfew hour or on the
street planning a new lark, or else
making night hideous with ammuni ammunition,
tion, ammunition, firecrackers, etc., disturbing the
peace and rest of our citizens, when
the occasion should be one of joy,
peace and good will a season of
home pleasure and Yule-tide attrac attractiveness.
tiveness. attractiveness. Lets ring the curfew bells in our
city. The King's Daughters, W. C.
T. U. and citizens will cooperate with
us. Let U3 build up the home by
protecting it. Let us see that the
children are all safe and then we may
take steps to entertain them in many
ways which will be delightful and
entertaining intsead of allowing them
their own manner of amusement or
so-called fun. If we as a body can
establish the old custom of curfew in
our city we will do more for our city
than can ever be placed upon our
records.
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TONE, BEAUTY,
DURABILITY
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have hern carefully tronght up

r. tJinoard nrul are sold at the
ry lo.-'.:st .'rices consistent with do do-?r.drl
?r.drl do-?r.drl i2 material and high grade
orkmanship.

.4C.:hh: home of Mrs- L. W. Duval. The host-
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(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 10)

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OUR CONVENIENT TERMS OF
PAYMENT VILL, HELP YOU OWN
A PIANO. WRITE OR CALL TODAY

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OCALA,

Seniors Entertained by Miss Vivienne
Eycleshimer
At the hospitable home of Mr. and
Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake on East Broad Broadway,
way, Broadway, Miss Vivienne Eycleshimer en entertained
tertained entertained Saturday evening in honor
of the 1915 graduating class of which
she is a member, the affair proving
one of the jolliest yet given for the
seniors.
Mrs. Hollinrake, assisted by the
hostess and her mother, Mrs. Mae
Bingham, had decorated beautifully
the lower floor of the house, arrang arranging
ing arranging artistically the profusion of flow flowers
ers flowers sent Miss Eycleshimer by friends.
Across the fireplace was a large 1915
made entirely of white roses and just
beneath the mantle was an O. H. S.
pennant of brilliant nasturtiums. The
decorative scheme was in the school
colors, old gold and black and the

class colors, green and white.
The hostess, who possesses an

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HOFFMAN PRESS
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Bach r.nd Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wearier tear. Call and see
it do the w-.nk.'.
Oeala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.

home in Maitland. Orlando Sentinel.

This is memorial day and the Con Confederate
federate Confederate monument on the court house
lawn is draped in the Confederate
colors and is flying the Confederate
flag. At the base are arranged many
red and white roses. The decorations
are most attractive and is the work
of Mrs. E. M. Howard, Mrs. S. T. Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk and Mrs. D. M. Smith.
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Mrs. C. D. Hulbert of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, formerly of this city, returned
home last night from Chicago, where
she was called a few days ago on ac account
count account of the death of her mother.
Mr. W. J. Frink of Jacksonville,
spent Sunday in the city with friends.
Mrs. II. C. Dozier was a guest at a
bridsre luncheon Saturday in Orlando,

abundance of originality, had arrang- j given by tfrs. w. H. Lewis at the San
ed several unique contests and other jjuan an(j the winner of the guest

diversions and as her plans were put prjZe, a dainty ivory fan.

into execution, the eruests sent iortn

one roar of laughter after another.
An adjective story, the blanks in
which were filled out with adjectives

given at random by the guests, was,
when completed, read aloud by Miss

Hill. A cat contest with clever ques questions,
tions, questions, answered with words beginning
with cat, was another amusement.

Prof. Cassels guessed most of the an

swers correctly and for his skill he
was given a black cat. Four suit
cases containing ridiculous but com complete
plete complete costumes, were drawn -for, the

two couples getting them having to

don the togs in the quickest time pos

sible. Mrs. Cassels and Mr. Hill

demonstrated that they were adepts

and for their quickness the former re

ceived a bouquet of gorgeous white

roses and the latter silk hose.

Souvenirs of the happy affair were

autographed booklets in the class
colors, with "O. H. S.. Class 1915," on

the front cover.

The class colors predominated in

the tempting refreshment course

served late in the evening. It con

sisted of fruit ambrosia, grape soda

and divinity candy.

Enjoying the evening at the pleas-

ant home with the lovely hostess were
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.. I iuisses iMan orooKs, xvuuy vappiciiiaii,

Susie Ervin, Olivia Toff aletti," Dorothy

Y Schreiber, Carrie Deen, Tommie Ab-

4 ernathy, Catharine Scott, Mary Lee

Hill, Mildred uroman, rroi. and Airs.
W. H. Cassels, Messrs. James Hill,
Westlake Hollinrake, John Batts, Sam

Burford, Welsh Dewey, Duncan Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, Richard Stroud, Arthur

Crago, Lynn Sanders, Carlton Ervin

and Mr. and Mrs. Hollinrake and Mr.

R. R. Carroll.

I when work bags had been laid aside.

For Miss MacKay and Mr. Taylor
Honoring Miss Bessie MacKay and
Mr. W. D. Taylor, whose marriage
will be a pretty event of next week,

Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mclver will enter enter-day
day enter-day morning, the former for Alta- j ta-n Friday evening, their guests in in-monte
monte in-monte Springs, and the lattr for her j cludinr members of the Presby-

G
terian choir of which Miss MacKay
has been a member for several years.

LOUIS R. CIIAZAL & SOKS CO.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT

Holder Building
Telephone 22S

P. O. Box 473
Ocala, Fia.

Miss Liliie Bailey visited the Misses
Park at Crystal River last week.
Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake will leave to-

! morrow nigm lor uownng l'arK 10

spend a few days with Mrs. William
Bennett, going then to Watertown

for a few days' visit with Mrs. B. D. s

Ealdwin before returning home.

Mrs. J. D. Watkins and attractive

daughter Miss Clarice Watkins, of
Micanopy, were shopping in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Saturday. Sun.
Mrs. J. H. LaRue and a party of
relatives and friends were here yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Ocala, and dined at the
White House. Gainesville Sun.

ODD FELLOWS HELD
MEMORIAL SERVICES

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VtiU wfifrht iinrl Kniisfaptnrv service cro with this cood ice of ours. Let us

have your custom we deserve it.

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CAPITAL STOCK $50,00.0.00.
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Fine Steamers Low Fares Best Service

DIRECT ROUTE
JACKSONVILLE TO BALTIMORE
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FIRST-CLASS FARtS

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Boston .....$27.00
Buffalo 27.80
Pittsburg .. .. ... 253
Chicago .......... 26.15

Altivcio iiiuiuuv - - v.. ry
Baltimore, Wednesday and Saturday, for Philadelphia Thursday and Sun
day. For tickets and other informat ion, call on or address
MERCHANTS & fllEHS TRANSPORTATION CO."
Jacksonville,' Florida

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Baltimore $20.00
Washington 20.00
Philadelphia... ... .. 22.10
New York... ... .... 21.40

Let mo s end you FREE PERFUME
Write today for a testing bottle oC
ED. PINAUD'S LILAC
The world's most famoas perfjine. every drop as sweet
as the living blossom. F or handkerchief, atomizer and bath.
Fine alter shaving. All the value is in the perhime-you don t
pay extra for a fancy bottla. The quality is wonderful. The
price onSy 75c (6 oz.). Send 4c. for the little bottle-enouga
ior 53 handkerchiefs. Writa today.
PARFUMERIE ED. PINAUD, Department M.
ED. PINAUD BUILDING NEW YORK

The friends of Mrs. D. R. Conner

will be glad to learn that she has suffi

ciently recovered from her recent ill illness
ness illness to leave the hospital. In a fort fortnight
night fortnight or as soon as she regains

enough strength to travel, Mrs. Con Conner
ner Conner will go to the mountains .of Geor Georgia
gia Georgia to remain until fall with relatives.

.

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Willis and

grandson, Master John Willis Fox,
will arrive Wednesday from Crystal
River to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. W.

Clyatt until Friday, at which time

they will leave for Franklin, N. C,

where they have bought a home.

Friends will regret to hear that

Mrs. L. T. Izlar is quite ill at her

home on Wenona street.

Taking advantage of a bank holi

day following Sunday, Mr. B. S.

Weathers of the Florida National

Bank, Jacksonville, arrived Saturday

night for a visit of two days with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers.

Mrs. R. L. Martin was the guest

Saturday of her cousin, Mrs. George

Campbell.

Mrs. E. K. Nelson and Miss Ruth

Nelson of Tampa passed through the'
city yesterday en route to Atlanta to
attend grand opera. Before returning
home, Mrs. Nelson will make a short
visit to Ocala friends.

Mrs. D. W. Tompkins and daughter,

Miss Irene, returned yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon from a week-end visit to rela relatives
tives relatives in Micanopy. Mr. Tompkins

motored up in the afternoon to bring I

his family home.

The reading club will meet tomor

row afternoon with Miss Lilla Brum Brumby
by Brumby at the home of Mrs. B. T. Perdue.

Mrs. Jack Rentz and pretty little

daughter Emily, are guests of Mr.

Rentz mother, Mrs. E. P. Rentz.

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Miss Frances Starr of Abbeville, S.

C, will arrive Wednesday from Au Augusta,
gusta, Augusta, Ga., to visit Miss Bessie Mac

Kay until after her marriage on the

4th of May.

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nelson and

(son Claude, moved yesterday to the
lake to spend the summer. Mr. Nel Nelson
son Nelson has had their cottage at North

Lake remodeled, new rooms and sleep sleeping
ing sleeping porches added and other improve-

Misses Rena and Sallie Shepherd

Camp, who have been the attractive
guests of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Camp for ten days, left today for
their home in Franklin, Va.

Dr. W. II. Dodge of Jacksonville

will be a visitor the first of next week

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. S.

Scott. A cordial welcome from hun

dreds of friends awaits him.

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Tomorrow Master Harry Clarkson

will be given a birthday party by his

mother, Mrs. II. B. Clarkson, who has
bidden a number of her young son's
playmates to spend the afternoon
with him.
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Mrs. Earl Sheridan is the guest of

her father, Mr. G. T. Liddon, en
route to her home at Apalachicola
from Clearwater, where she and Rev.

Sheridan have been making an ex extended
tended extended visit.
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In speaking of the memorial day

exercises to be held in Miami, the Mi

ami Metropolis says: "Prof. J. II.
Workman has agreed to make a little

talk in chapel to the high school that

morniner. reminding the students of

the meaning of the day, and its ob

servance, which is not according to

members of the local chapter, to stir

up strifefi but to promote that great

spirit of concord."

This afternoon the members of the

Methodist sewing circle were delight delightfully
fully delightfully entertained by Mrs. B. H. Sey Seymour.
mour. Seymour. The hostess is an active mem

ber of the Baptist sewing circle and
her hospitality was a courtesy to the
circle of her husband's church. The
afternoon was concluded with a social
half hour during which fruit salad,
cake and coffee was served. Punch
was served as the ladie3 arrived.

The memorial services of Tulula j
Lodge No. 22, Independent Order of ;
Odd Fellows, held at the hall in the
Yonge building yesterday afternoon
proved to be a most Interesting affair;
for all who attended. The hall was
taxed to its capacity by the members
and their friends in attendance.
The program as prepared by the ar arrangement
rangement arrangement committee, and printed in
Saturday's Star, was carried out to
the letter.
The addresses delivered during the
afternoon were of exceptional merit
throughout and were highly appre- j

ciated by all.

Each number of the vocal and in

strumental selections received the
highest of compliments from the large
audience.
All in all the anniversary service

held yesterday was the most success

ful in the history of the local lodge,

and the committee is to be congrat congratulated
ulated congratulated upon being able to get together

such an interesting, instructive and

elevating entertainment.

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FLOUR GO HAND IN HAND
We sell Calumet Baking Powder and Henry
Clay Flour to you under a "Money Back Guar Guarantee'
antee' Guarantee' Get a can of this well known brand today, ana
See if it does not do all and More than is claimed
for it. "BEST BY TEST," both Flour and Baking
Powders.
One iOc Can of Calumet Baking Powder FREE,
with a 24 pound sack of Henry Clay Flour
CARN-THOMAS COMPANY.

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Mrs. Arthur L. Glass and children
went to Palatka last evening upon the
sad mission to attend the funeral of
the husband and father, whose death
occurred Wednesday in Indianapolis,
Ind. Information received here was
to the effect that the remains of Mr.
Glass did not leave Indianapolis until
Saturday afternoon, hence the funeral
will not be held until Monday.
Gainesville Sun'.

Mrs. F. E. McClane Is the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. A. D. Adcock, in
St. Petersburg.
Mrs. W. H. Jackson, niece of Mrs.
William Hocker and a frequent vis

itor to Ocala, sang the offertory at St.
Andrew's church in Tampa yesterday.
Her selection was, "The Lord is My
Light."
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The members of the Baptist sewing
circle assembled this afternoon at the

EASTER LILIES
Magnificent Easter lilies, .$1 per
dozen flowers, 21G N. Main stret. 22-Ct

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READY TO PLANT
600 colens, 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, seedling's, strong plants, 15
cents per dozen, $1 per 100; 3500 al al-thernanthera
thernanthera al-thernanthera or red border plants, 20
cents per dozen, $1.50 per 100. Fur
cash only, shipped to any addrerr:.
Jrhn Heintz, the Florist, Ocala. 19-Ct

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OCALA, FLORIDA
liTIRELY REMODELED
RATES rsSS 75c to $1.50 W0 HIGHER
Dining Room with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the House
r.LKCTlilC ELEVATOR SERVICE PHONES IN ALL ROOMS
LOUIS N. LONG Prop.
The only Hotel on the Square

ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR

SEE 1HK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetr ;les, milk and eggs, tf

Give her a box of NORRIS' CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES the best made. The Court
Pharmacy. tf

EIMIOESlf el CCILiO-SIE
SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTSMAN

Land Surveying, Leveling, Drainage, Maps, Plats, Profiles
All kinds of Tracings or Draughting

FLORIDA TITLE ABSTRACT CORPORATION

OCALA, FLA.

Put Your Ad. in the Star,

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NOW ON SALE at all leading stores and stands. Call for it by name. MO-COLA made from the
original Coca Cola formula, or in other words the genuine article.
NOT AN IMITATION OR SUBSTITUTE

1000.00

Offered for Proof that our product is NOT what we claim. MO-COLA is the blue ribbon Cola drink with
the Blue Label and Blue Crown.
MO-COLA is properly Made and Properly Aged. A Cola syrup improves with Age the same as Wine.
Bottled where cleanliness is paramount is the first Perfect Cola Drink ever bottled in Marion County.
WHY ? Because we use Distilled Water as well as filtering water. Then cooled to a low temperature of
40 degrees, passing from the Cooler to the latest improved Carbonator, followed by three volumes of Natu Natural
ral Natural Carbonic Gas, which means a Perfect drink that cannot so nr. No Sour drinks this year if the name
"Marion is blown in on the bottle. Notice same.

ments made.

Our plant is the only plant in Central Florida equipped with a Water Still, using exclusively Distilled Water, not merely Filtered
water. Our plant is the only plant using Hot Distilled Water in our bottle washing process. Our bottles are thoroughly soaked, washed
cleaned in Distilled water, then rinsed Sixteen (16) times before carbonating, insuring a clean bottle as well as a clean drink. Every bot bottle
tle bottle inspected before and after filling.
MO-COLA will not be on sale at Founts in Bottles. MO-COLA SYRUP will be furnished Fountains on request.
Compare the bottling conditions of Marion County at present and before this company announced its policy last October in the pa papers.
pers. papers. Note the difference, both to the dealer and the consumer. Visit others and then visit us where

CLEAiSTLIiSrrcSS IS PARAMOUNT

Drink MO-COLA, RED ROCK GINGER ALE, VIONANNA GRAPE PHOSPHATE, Plain Sodas "QUALITY DRINKS"
ORDER a Case through your Grocer "for refrigerator." Drink MO-CQLA Eventually you will, Why not New?

Miss Hannay Ellis of Ocala, and 1

Miss Kitty VanderpooL who have been

the attractive guests of Miss Eloisej

Robinson for several days, left yester

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Chicago, April 26. May wheat,
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Oats, 78Va-Oats, 57 i.
July pork, $18.10.
Lard, 10.35.
Rib?, $10.70.

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WEATHER REPORT

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K. of P. meet tonight.

Elks meet tomorrow evening.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Pythian Sisters meet tomorrow afternoon.

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
-If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm

Deputy Sheriff Osteen has returned
with J. C. Purvis from Bristol, Tenn.

For plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf

Mrs. Joseph Malever and Mr. and

Mrs. J. A. Wiggins are visiting in Me
Intosh today.

Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.

Mr. H. D. Stokes has returned from
a visit to his boyhood home in Alach

ua county.

We are sole agents for VINOL, and

this is the time of the year to take it.

The Court Pharmacy. tf

Mr. Alvis Williams, one of the most
popular traveling men who frequents
Ocala, is a guest at the Harrington
for a few days.

This report is made from observa

tions taken daily by Mr. Jr. i. tf.

Weihe, official observer for the gov-

Max. Min. R. F.

FOR SALE

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.Mr. Heron Todd, who was taken
sick at Wildwood last week, is now an
inmate of the Marion county hospital,
suffering from a severe attack of
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April 21 86
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Local Forecast
Fair tonight and Tuesday.

Representative W. T. Henderson,
who has been spending several days at
his home on the east side, passed
thru the city today en route to his
duties in Tallahassee. He says that
the county divisionists are hard at
work in the capital city trying to
carve out a slice from the western
part of Marion, but he hopes to head
off the movement in the House.

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One of the most desirable lots in i
North Ocala. Will take as part pay- J

men: i norse ana Duggy. Aniraai
must be young and perfectly gentle
so that any lady can drive in perfect
safety. Apply W. H. McConn. Mon.
Wed. Thur. lm.

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VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS

from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf

Mr. Cecil Ditto has returned from
Savannah, where he went several days
ago to enlist in the U. S. navy. He
did not pass the examination.

W. K. Lane, M. D., "Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Ijavr Library 13 all ding,
Ocala, Fla.

Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

The Star would recommend that
those Chautauqua flags, dangling use uselessly
lessly uselessly and unornamentally around
town, be taken down. They look like
the last rose of summer with its head
squashed in.

Mrs. H. Austin Smith of the firm of
Sexton & Perigo, of New York, is in
the city for a few days on business for
the firm. Mrs. Smith ha3 been visit visiting
ing visiting this territory for several years
and is well known here.

Its good for the whole family, and
they all like it PEANUT BRITTLE
in boxes at the Court Pharmacy, tf

Just say "bock" at Johnny's. Tkeyll
know what you mean. tf

HELPING THE HOME TEAM

A gentleman, a stranger in town,
was on Broadway, the other day,
when Harry Clarkson and his son,
Robert, came by on their way to din dinner.
ner. dinner. Struck by the fine appearance of
this good-looking couple the stranger
inquired, in perfect good faith, of an
acquaintance: "Say, are those two
young men twins?"

Messrs. Troy Hall and M. M. Fox Fox-worth
worth Fox-worth are representing the Le von sec section
tion section in the city today.

Dr. A. B. Albritton of Wildwood is
among the prominent visitors in the
city today.

A ILL GAM

Wednesday and Thursday
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Following is the list of those who
up to date have bought tickets for the
season of 1915 from the Ocala base baseball
ball baseball association:
T. T. Munroe.
Marsh's Market.
Chas. H. Lloyd.
II. W. Tucker.
Z. C. Chambliss.
George MacKay.
L. R. Chazal & Sons Company.
B. F. Condon.
Harrington Hall.
O. K. Grocery.
Ocala National Bank.
Dr. M. C. Izlar.
Court Pharmacy.
Moore & Company.
Mclver & MacKay.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
H. A. Waterman.

Munroe & Chambliss Natl. Bank.

J. Brown.
Tydings Drug Store.
Marion Hardware Company.
Florida Title & Abstract Company.
E. L. Stapp.
E. H. Martin.
Gates Garage.
Ocala Manufacturing Company.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Company.
M. R. Williams.
J. M. Meffert.
Sid Whaley.
Andrew Blocher.

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For a Few Days Only

By arrangement with one of New York's leading importers, we are
enabled to offer this excellent demonstration of
HAIR GOODS AND ACCESSORIES

The new styles require the use of Switches, Transformations, Puffs, Curls, etc., and this display
enables you to match up the desired shad and style without delay.
An Expert Hair Goods Demonstrator in Charge of this Exhibit

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- Twenty million boxes of oranges and grapefruit.
Think of it! Barring disaster, Florida will have
this enormous crop to sell within five years.
If this great volume of fruit is thrown on the
market without proper organization for its handling,
the growers will obtain little or nothing for most of
it. :- V
On the other hand, if the crop is marketed co co-operatively,
operatively, co-operatively, with proper work to inciease demand
in the meanwhile, all this fruit that is of good quali quality
ty quality can be sold at satisfactory prices.
The Florida Citrus Exchange is ready for this
problem of the near future. It alone of the market marketing
ing marketing agencies is conducting an adequate campaign to
develop demand. Its sales force has been strength-.,
ened to aggressively cover the whole country. More
arid more it is selling in new markets instead of in
the auctions. Join the Exchange!

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The Cupboard Was Bare.
Tho late Doctor Masters, who was
formerly a missionary In Canton,
China, afterward lived in Berkeley,
Cal. His friend and fellow-missionary,
Doctor Boone, returning on furlough,
was expected to arrive In San, Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco on a certain day. Doctor Mas Masters
ters Masters crossed the bay to the city; he
meant to meet Doctor Boone and his
party, and, after spending the day in
sightseeings to take him to dinner at
a well-known restaurant.
The steamer, however, had reached
port earlier than had been expected,
and when Doctor Masters got to the
dock his friends had left. He made
Inquiries at the principal hotels, but
could not find them. In order to notify
his family In Berkeley of the neces necessary
sary necessary change in plans. Doctor Masters
sent them a telegram. Here is the
somewhat damaged message that Mrs.
Masters finally read:
"Can't find the bones. 'Will come
home to dinner." Youth's Companion.

. Mysteries of Krypton.
It is usually supposed that at great
heights the pressure of the air is al almost
most almost negligible, but the application of
an Ingenious method indicated by
Ramsay gives interesting results. He
asserts that the green, line character characteristic
istic characteristic of the spectrum of krypton re remains
mains remains visible under a pressure of
0.000035 millimeters of mercury.
Now this green line is found in
the spectrum of the aurora borealla
and it seems to be well established
that thi3 exists frequently at altitudes
between 100 and 200 miles, and evea
sometimes up to nearly 500 miles.
But krypton is one of the heaviest
gases in our atmosphere. It would
seem, therefore, that the density of
the air at these altitudes is by no
means negligible, as, whatever the
cause may be of the presence of kryp krypton
ton krypton there, it ou!d not remain there
unless the air possessed an appre appreciable
ciable appreciable density.

Study of Farming tn Denmark.
For about one hundred years Den Denmark
mark Denmark has had a system of agricultural
apprenticeship to teach the practical
side cf farming. The boys serve three
years on farms in different parts of
the country, spending one year on
each farm and receiving a small wage.
They report annually to the Royal
Danish Agricultural society, sending
in notes on their experience, instruc instruction
tion instruction and observation.

Way Out of the Difficulty.
Before being taken to visit friends
for luncheon she was admonished not
to ask for her favorite portion of
chicken, the drumstick. Upon beisg
asked which rice she would like she
remarked, at the same time looking
tt her mother wistfully, "You- put it
over here and 111 help myrelf."

Only Education of Value.
Rer.ding and writing are in ro sense
education, unless they contribute to
hi? rnd by making us feel kindly to to-all
all to-all creatures. RusUir..

STANDING COMMITTEES
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
FOR THE YEA II 1915

Finance
D. W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, M. J.
Roess.
Judiciary
Geo. A. Nash, W. A. Knight, II. A.
Fausett.
' Street
M. J. Roess, D. W. 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, Jf. C.
Smith.
Market
J. C. Smith, J. M. Meffert, J. J.
Gerig.
Sanitary
H. A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash D. W.
Tompkins.
Building
John Mcore, H. A. Fausett, J. C.
Smith.
Light and Water
J. M. Meffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.
J. Gerig.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LAKE COTTAGE FOR RENT A 5 5-room
room 5-room cottage, modern improve improvements,
ments, improvements, screened and furnished, to
rent for May and June. Apply to
H. S. Wesson. 24-12t,
FOR RENT Reception room, two
rooms and kitchen, front and side
porch, back porch, latticed; suitable
for couple; select neighborhood;
references required and given. Ap Apply
ply Apply P. O. Box 104 or phone 402. 3t
LOOK For Quick Cash Sale, I am
offering 45 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. 21-6t

WANTED Prices on carload of good
beggar weed hay. The John Dozier
Company. 22-12t

Smoke Cuban Club. 5c Cigar.
Originally a Chinese Bird.
Pheasants, notwithstanding then
aristocratic m. 7nificenco o appear appearance,
ance, appearance, readily interbreed with humbler
kinds of birds, including the common
barnyard fowl, the guinea hsn and the
black grouse. English pheasants are
the descendants of Chinese birds,
which, long ago, were brought to
England and crossed either with
grouse or with some unidentified na native
tive native species or pheasant, which pos possessed
sessed possessed no great beauty. The descend descendant
ant descendant of a male pheasant and a domes domestic
tic domestic hen is known as a "pero."

WANTED To buy a lot of hogs. Ap Apply
ply Apply to C. P. Howell, Box 188, Ocala,
Fla. 22-6t
FOUND A coat belonging to Geo. F.
Wideman, member of Tampa lodge
B. P. O. E. No. 708. Apply to Chief
Chambers, fire station. 22-6t
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

j WANTED To lease or buy, two sec

ond-hand syrup boilers of 100 100-gallon
gallon 100-gallon capacity. Call or write, J.
R. Moorhead, Ocala, Fla. 10-tf

Florist's Bright Ideas.
"The young iady has many admir admirers.
ers. admirers. I wish to send, her some flowers
that will cause her to keep mc m mind
while she's away." "Well, there's rose rosemary,"
mary," rosemary," snid the dealer reflectively.
"That's for remembrance. Or you
might send rcme forfrot-me-rct?."
Louisvilla fv ;

Dsily Thought.
It is .only the mn.n who deserves a
kindness who knows how to be grate grateful
ful grateful for it. Arnold.
OuALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
. The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 23
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, we.-t
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Sarah C. Blitch, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R. and M. G

FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-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 SALE CHEAP 1000 gallon
galvanized iron tank; also gentle
horse for family or farm use. Box
182, Ocala. 19-tf

Virginia Style
Smoked Hams
( Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
liy2c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
Phone 34

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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
ROOMS & BOARD Four large front
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs, M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-lmo.

HELP WANTED $20 to $35 per
month extra money to any employ employed
ed employed person without interfering with
regular work. No selling, no can canvassing;
vassing; canvassing; positively no investment.
Unemployed need not apply. Ad Address
dress Address the Silver Mirrow Co., Inc.,
123 W. Madison St., Chicago, 111. 4t
LOST Silver cigarette case. Return
to Peyser's Cigar Factory; liberal
reward. 20-4t-

WA'sTKD Work, by a young wom woman,
an, woman, able to fill position as cook or
chambermaid. Applicant is deaf and
di'mb. but is quick and capable, and
iia; had special training in the state
school at St. Augustine. Anybody
who needs her services please notify
Dr. or Mrs. E. Van Hood, dh tf

Have your choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" or Pabst's blue Ribbon on
draft, at Johnny's. 6-tf

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Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Piano
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