BIG ARMY IN FLANDERS TO HELP THE BRITISH ID BELGIANS
ALLIES ALONG THE YPRES
Paris, April 28. Two hundred
thousand French troops are being
rushed to Flanders and Northern
France to be massed between Ypres
and Dixmude and aid in pushing back
the latest German drive. All traffic
has been stopped, giving troops a
The French have gained half a
mile pn the eastern flopes of the
ALLIES MAINTAIN OFFENSIVE
London, April 28. Several German
trenches, six quick-firers and 2000
prisoners were captured by the allies
at Hetsas Tuesday. The allies be between
tween between Ypres and Dixmude, along the
canal, are growing violently offensive,
incessantly attacking the German
Most spectacular air fights occur
daily, so high that artillery cannot
TOOK IMPORTANT TOWN
Paris, April 28. The British have
captured St. Julien, three miles north northeast
east northeast of Ypres.
GETS ITALY'S GOAT
TO HAVE- FRENCH AND BRITISH
PAPERS INDULGE IN GIBES
Rome, April 28. King Victor Em Emmanuel
manuel Emmanuel today cancelled, all engage engagements
ments engagements to devofe. fris time solely, to the
international situation. The -sarcastic
common French and English
newspapers" are having an irritating
eff ect up'dh" Italian public opinion and
arousing sharp criticism of England.
ANOTHER BOAT TIED UP
Buenos Ayres, April 28. The Ital Italian
ian Italian ministers to Argentine and Para Paraguay
guay Paraguay have "ordered to immediate immediately
ly immediately return .to Italyall the tlalian reser reservists
vists reservists absent without leave."
The steamer Atlantio, plying be between
tween between Italy and South America, has
been requisitioned by the Italian gov government.
ernment. government. LIST LENGTHENS
True and Tried Sports Buy Season
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. II. Lloyd.
H. W. Tucker.
Z. C. Chambliss.
L. R. Chazal & Sons Company.
B. F. Condon.
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.
Tydings Drug Store.
Marion Hardware Company.
Florida Title & Abstract Company.
E. L. Stapp.
E. H. Martin.
Ocala Manufacturing Company.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Company.
M. R. Williams.
J. M. Meffert.
Chas. E. Davis.
George Rentz, two books.
A. C. Cobb.
D. W. Tompkins.
Mr. Davis, who is from Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, is the first out of town man to
buy a ticket. He is a good sport and
always ready to encourage the game.
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Try one of th? frosted pints -of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's- tf
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CAHAL MA1KTAIH VIOLENT
Fruit Grower from South Florida
Buys Half Interest in Hiawatha
Lake Stock' Farm
A very important trade h$s just
been finally consummated in Ocala,
although the matter has been under
way for several weeks. Mr. C. S.
Blood, an extensive grapefruit grow grower
er grower of Terra Ceia Island, has bought
an undivided one-half interest in Mr.
II." H. Whitworth's beautiful mile-
aquare Hiawatha Lake Stock Farm,
located three miles southwest of the
city, with all of the personal property
and the great herd of red Duroc blood blooded
ed blooded hogs, the Jersey cattle and horses.
Who Mr. Blood Is
Mr. C S. Blood is a man of means
and influence. He has a wife and one
son,' Mr. Willard C. Blood, who will
come to Ocala in a short time and
take "active charge of his father's in interest
terest interest in the farm. As soon as Mr.
Blood can dispose of his valuable
grapefruit grove on the South Florida
Island, he will move to Ocala and
permanently reside here on the stock
farm. He has a lovely home, with
every- modern convenience on the isl island1,
and1, island1, -and life there is very pleasant,
hutr. he has fallen7 in love with 'this
section and" says when he-' goes back
to the island it seems so-small and
fiat tnat he longs for the "farmland
the rolling lands of this section.
Mr. Blood came to Florida 26 years
ago, from Peoria, 111. He first stopped
at Homeland and built the big plant
for the Whittaker Phosphate Company,-
a Kansas City corporation. t He
then went to Pebbledale and built the.
huge plant for. the. Terra Ceia Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Company, New York corpora corporation
tion corporation with twenty-three millionaires
among its stock holders. Later on he
went to South America for the same
company and did some construction
work and mining supervision for it in
its gold mining concessions there. Re Returning
turning Returning to Florida, he located at
Tera Ceia Island and planted a grape
fruit grove and built a beautiful
home. Several years ago he refused
an offer of $50,000 spot cash for his
grove. He is a director and stock stockholder
holder stockholder in two of the banks of that sec section
tion section of the state.
Mr. Blood has seen most of the
United States and something of for foreign
eign foreign countries. Nothing looks so
good to him as this section and he. is
going to settle down to spend his
time quietly and happily, raising
"red hogs" for the slaughter ; houses
soon to be located in Florida and of
course at Ocala, and for the unlimited
market in every nook and crany of the I
state for breeding puposes. j
When asked how he learned of the
advantages of this section, of Mr.'
Whitworths farm and his red hogs,
etc, he said it was his boy Willard,
a lad of 28 years. "That boy of mine :
is a high flier, I do not mean so much
a high roller (but he has rolled 'em
a little high) but literally a high
flier, for he- has been engaged in
building and flying machines and fast
motor boats, but sold out and got
out of the business, and became in interested
terested interested in hog raising. It became
a hobby with him and he heard of
WTrits place and came up here to see
him. Returning he told me I must
see it too. That it was the best
thing he had ever seen the best hogs
and the best farm and the best sur surrounding
rounding surrounding country. I told him there
was nothing good up there, but he in insisted
sisted insisted and gave me no peace 'till one
day I said, 'all right we will go up
there tomorrow and look at your
blessed find.' I came, saw and was
conquered, and thought it all and a
little more than Willard did.
"I got to talking trade with Whit
right away and we were not long in
agreeing on a price for half interest,
and I believe we have out there the
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY,
0FFEHS1VE AIR FIGHTS OF
best thing in the state, and he and I
and Willard will just put the best that
is in us into the work of making it
one of the model stock farms of the
What the Property Consists Of
The Hiawatha Lake Stock Farm is
undoubtedly one of the best natural
stock farms in the country. There is,
as we said before, a square mile of the
land. It is high and rolling, with just
enough timber, plenty of fencing and
cross fencing. Several springs of
water that never go dry, and a 10
acre lake of great depth, clear as cry
stal and supplied by springs in its
depths. The land is all very fertile
and brings forth abundant crops and
is especially adapted to the growing
of all feed stuffs. There are ample
barns and stables and outhouses "of all
kinds. A system of water works with
gas engine to lift the water. There
are two large and comfortable resi
dences and tenant houses besides.
The place is stocked with a
great herd of pure breed Red Du roe roe-Jersey
Jersey roe-Jersey hogs, and little pigs are com coming
ing coming along every month in the year
and far more than replace the ones
that are shipped out over the state
for breeding purposes. There is a
large herd of blooded Jersey cows
and about 30 head of horses, as Mr.
Whitworth has bred the latter most
What Whitworth Has Done
Nearly ten years ago Mr. H. ,H.
Whitworth gave up one of the .best
salaried -: jobs ? on the road,3r traveling
for "a harness- and ? saddlery house,
bought the property and settled down
there. He has been handicaped for
lack of capital, but has stocked the
place, kept it in jam up shape, made a
living for his family and built up a
property that is a pride to him and a
credit to the country ; and has done it
all off of the place itself, without as assistance
sistance assistance from outside. Never for a
moment has he lost faith in the
breeding of stock in Marion county
and especially Duroc Jerseys. He has
plugged away out there, has had his
ups and downs, but has taken the lat latter
ter latter like a man, has raised hogs and
then more hogs and sometimes it was
nip and tuck to make both ends meet,
but always, when things looked blue,
those same red hogs would come to
his rescue and the mail bring a nice
little check for a .pig or a pair from
some far off section of the state, may maybe,
be, maybe, and the pot would boil again.
At the Marion County Fair for a
number of years and at the State
Fair at Tampa, Mr. Whitworth" has
taken more blue ribbons than he could
hang on a yard fence, with these red
hogs, and in hundreds of homes in the
state, now after a lapse of six or sev seven
en seven years, they will remember "Big
Dick," his 1200-pound pig exhibited at
Tampa, which was the wonder and ad admiration
miration admiration of all who saw him, and
caused many of the natives to ex exclaim,
claim, exclaim, "Great gawd, is that a hawg or
With his new. partner, with capital
and enthusiasm and faith to" operate
on, a field that is the whole southern
states to ship their breeding stock
into and the packing plants to come
into the state as they have into Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, Mr. Whitworth will lay hold with
renewed vigor and help push the for fortunes
tunes fortunes and fame of the Hiawatha Lake
Stock Farm to heights and successes
never before achieved in Florida on a
stock raising proposition.
The Star welcomes the coming of
Mr. Blood and his family to Marion
county. He has seen what many of
us overlook, the great opportunities
about us, and will put his time and
capital into their development, and
here is to success for him and "Whit,"
as his friends call him.
SWEET PEAS FOR SALE
Beautiful sweet peas for sale, by
the dozen or hundred; packed for
mailing if desired. M. J. Roess, phone
Have your choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" or Pabst's Blue Ribbon on
draft, at Joftnny's. 6-tf
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SEI1T A BIG FRENCH CHER 10 THE BOTTOM OF
THE ADRIATIC SEA
Paris, April 28. The French arm armed
ed armed cruiser Leon Gambetta has been
torpedoed and sunk in the Adriatic.
Part of her crew of 725 was saved but
the loss of life is heavy. It is believ believed
ed believed she was attacked by an Austrian
submarine from Pola.
DIED AT THEIR POSTS OF DUTY
The commander and all his staff"
died at their posts when the Gam Gambetta
betta Gambetta sunk at the entrance of the
Otranto canal. One hundred and
thirty-six sailors were saved by Ital
ITALY WILL INVESTIGATE
Rome, April 28. The French cruis
er Gambetta is reported to have been
in Italian waters when she was sunk
by the Austrians. Italy is investigat investigating.
ing. investigating. IN HANDS OF SKILLED LAWYER,
TEDDY MAKES MANY
Syracuse, N. Y., April 28. The'
cross-examination of Col. RooseveU
in the $50,000 libel suit was complet
ed at 10:45 this morning, after the
colonel admitted making certain
speeches throughout New York last
October, attacking William Barnes
and alleging that Barnes was in com
bination with Charles Murphy.
To get the most "affirmative good
egislation" he could, at -Albany was
his motive in consulting "Boss" Piatt,
Roosevelt declared on re-direct ex examination
amination examination this afternoon.- He con-
ended that all his dealings with the
boss" were ;for the-betterment of tne
organization. There-was ;a hot tilt
when the defense charged that Iyins
was misleading Roosevelt on the
GAME WITH WINTER
PARK THIS AFTERNOON
The visiting team from Winter
Park arrived on the afternoon Sea Seaboard,
board, Seaboard, and is ready to play with our
boys if rain does not spoil the game.
Rain is much needed, but if the weath weather
er weather clerk had been wise to his job, he
would have held it off until 11 p. m.
The Ocala line-up is as follows:
Chazal, J., cf; Thompson", rf; Har Harris,
ris, Harris, If; Zewadski, ss; Dewey; 3b; Da Davis,
vis, Davis, 2b; Chazal, lb; Bullock, c; Gallo Galloway,
way, Galloway, p.
The Rollins' Team
The following lineup of the Rollins
A. W. Mason, p; V. Taylor, c; W.
Hunter, lb; G. Roberts, 2b; G. Denn Denning,
ing, Denning, Sb; H. Porter, ss; R. Trovillin,
rf; Vic Williamson, cf; W. M. Hun Hunter;
ter; Hunter; If. Frank Ward, E. Rose and E.
Keezer are substitutes and will be
used in tomorrow's game. Accom Accompanying
panying Accompanying them from Winter Park are
Rev. W. L. Barze and Mrs. Mason,
wife of Manager Mason.
The visitors are comfortably lodged
at the Ocala House. Mrs. Passut, the
stewardess, took particular pains in
special arrangement of the elegant
dining room in their honor, and had
dinner ready for them on the minute.
They are a fine-looking bunch of
McCREARY WAS NOT MOLESTED
Galveston, April 28. Phil Mc Mc-Creary,
Creary, Mc-Creary, the American newspaper man
reported Sunday to have been sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to be shot by Carranza at Vera
Cruz, arrived on the steamer Tampico
from Vera Cruz today. He said he
wTas never in trouble in Vera Cruz.
Tampico and Vera Cruz are quiet.
Buy your drugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the best always. 4-27-tf
NO THING SO GuOD
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
cuick to relieve a cough or
cold." For sale by all dealers Adv. I
APRIL 28, 1915
a H 3
Long Step Taken Toward Permanent
Establishment of the Oklawaha
Quite an enthusiastic meeting ot
the Board of Trade was held last ev
ening, President Rogers presiding.
The principal business of the eve
ning was to hear the report of the
committee on raising stock subscrip
tions for the freight boat line be between
tween between Jacksonville and Silver Springs
and to talk over the situation with a
view of securing more subscribers
and pushing the good work forward.
Mr. Ed Carmichael was present and
answered many questions put to him
by the business men who are interest
ed in the line. A number of those
present made strong talks for the
line and explained what a great work
for Ocala can be established by the
merchants getting into the plan with
their money and influence, all sticking
together and bringing their freight
by the water route.
The different merchants who have
been receiving a part or all of their
freight by this, line for the past few
weeks told in no uncertain language
of how satisfactory it is proving;
how quickly -their freight is brought
and delivered into their places of
business with an actual saving of 50
per cent on the rail rate 'from Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mr. Jake Brown, Mr. D. E." Mclver
and others stated that several of the
largest shippers had not yet given
the committee any encouragement
and had not taken stock; and that the
committee felt very ieenly that the
cooperation' arid hearty assistance of
every firm in town was needed to
make the plan a success.
Finally, the board thanked the
members of the committee for their
fine work and voted to continue the
committee that more stock subscrip subscriptions
tions subscriptions might be secured, and that they
might, work on the indifferent ones
and urge them to come in.
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, who had for formerly
merly formerly thought the plan unfeasible,
and one of Ed Carmichael's pet hob hobbies,
bies, hobbies, said he was now convinced that
it was a good thing and subscribed
for one share of stock. Col. Rogers
took one share, Mr. A. T. Thomas one
share and the Ashley Sheet Metal
Works one share. We publish below
the subscribers of the boat line stock
The plan is to take over the pres present
ent present boat, the G. A. Carmichael and
the big truck, and to build another
boat, larger and in some respects bet better
ter better than the present one, put on an another
other another truck and thus be enabled to
haul practically all of the freight for
It is estimated that the net saving
to the business people of the city will
pay for the boat line, several times
over, each year.
Ten thousand dollars will buy an another
other another boat and truck, for the Carmi Carmi-chaels
chaels Carmi-chaels propose to take stock in the
company to the extent of their pres present
ent present investment, so the public is not
subscribing a dollar for the .Carmi .Carmi-chaels,
chaels, .Carmi-chaels, but for itself.
Without an exception every man
who has been receiving freight by the
boat line was more than satisfied with
the service and the saving in freight.
This great saving in a hundred mile
haul in hardly clear to the average
Ocala is peculiarly handicapped in
the way of freight rates. This can cannot
not cannot be too often hammered into our
people. We pay more freight1 from
Jacksonville to Ocala, than from
Jacksonville to New York, hence if
we can save one-half cf the larger
portion of this haul, we are saving
about 30 per cent of the entire
freight from any of the northern
cities from whence comes this freight.
On freight originating in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, or coming there in solid car carloads
loads carloads or on vessels and then re-ship-ned
to Ocala, which is the same
thing, the saving is exactly one-half.
The merchants of Ocala simply
have to fight every inch of the way
to live, on account of this discrimina discrimination
tion discrimination in freight rates. A carload or a
local shipment can go from New York
to Tampa, right through Ocala, for
half what it would be to Ocala. h-
RUSSIANS AND ALLIES
TURKS III RESISIJIICE Oil MllfOll PEMUSULA IE SO
cause, the traffic men say, Tampa has
water competition and water freight
rates and we have not.
The salvation of the city and the
making of a big city of Ocala lies up
and down the crooked Oklawaha and
this paper for one will never rest till
we have solved the problem in a
thorough and "forever" manner.
The other business of the meeting
was then taken up.
Col. Rogers reported on the action
of the board of governors in renting
the Carn-Thomas Co. store, recently
vacated by the English Woolen Mills,
for $15 per month, in lieu of $40 at
the present location. The action was
approved and ratified.
The report of the finance commit
tee was heard. The committee has
been able to secure monthly pledges
t)f $190, considered good. As there
can be nothing expected in the way of
aid from the county, the president and
other members stated that it would
be necessary to curtail expenses.
Gainesville, one of the richest inland
towns in the state, has been compell compelled
ed compelled to disband her board of trade. It
was the sense of the meeting last
night that we continue and keep up
the good work, but economize.
On motion, the salary of the secre
tary was fixed at $1500 per year.
Arrangements were ordered made
to move on Saturday to the new
quarters in the Carn-Tlicrna build-
- r ; List r ot. nbscribera r; r;-Following
Following r;-Following is aii?t of firms and in-
div;duals who have subscribed to the
stock of the transportation line, and
amount of stock taken by each:
Mclver & MacKay $300.00
Marion Hardware Co 300.00
Jake Brown 300.00
Ocala Grocery Co. 300.00
Ocala Star 200.00
Ocala Banner 200.00
Ocala Manufacturing Co 200.00
O. K. Teapot Grocery 200.00
P. J. Theus 200.00
W. R. Pedrick v. 200.00
J. T. Moore 2Q0.00
H. A. Waterman 100.00
B. F. Condon 100.00
The Chero-Cola Co 100.00
J. J. Gerig 100.00
J. M. Meffert 100.00
The Court Pharmacy 100.00
L. J. Blalock & Bro 100.00
The John Dozier Co 100.60
Ocala Coca-Cola Co. 100.00
E. C. Jordan & Co 100.00
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co... 100.00
Moses & Bro 100.00
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store... 1C0.00
Standard Grocery Co 100.00
Marcus Frank 100.00
J. Malever 100.00
Smith Grocery Co 100.00
Carter's Bakery 100.00
Z. C. Chambliss 100.00
A. T. Thomas '. 100.00
Harry Peter & Co. 7 100.00
Smith & Sandifer 100.00
R. F. Rogers 100.00
Ashley Sheet Metal Works... 100.00
SUSPENDED THE SHERIFFS
Governor Trammell Follows Line of
Procedure Indicated by the
Tallahassee, April 28. Governor
Trammell yesterday sent to the Sen Senate
ate Senate an order suspending from office
Sheriff W. C. Spencer, of Hills Hillsborough,
borough, Hillsborough, and George B. Baker, of
Palm Beach, as a result of charges of
neglect of duty in not bringing about
the suppression of gambling houses
in their respective counties. The gov governor's
ernor's governor's order follows an opinion hand handed
ed handed down by the supreme court as to
the procedure in handling such cases.
The governor had previously suspend suspended
ed suspended the sheriffs, the same to take effect
May 20. The court held thi3 proce procedure
dure procedure was not in keeping with consti constitutional
tutional constitutional provisions and today's action
We now have on hand a full Hnef
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
Berlin, April 23. In the Cham Champagne
pagne Champagne district the Germans took by
storm extended" French trenches.
To the north and northeast of Su Su-walki,
walki, Su-walki, in Prussian Poland, Russian
positions along a front of over tvrelve
miles were captured.
The English attempts to recapture
lost ground in Flanders yesterday
, French attacks at Lepretre were
rd pulsed. The Germans now hold
HnrfTrTQ7gp;;ri ffpf, 1
Vienna, April 28. An Austrian
submarine torpedoed and sunk the
French cruiser Gambetta in -the Ad Adriatic.
riatic. Adriatic. Part of the crew was saved,
, A dispatch from Amsterdam states
that the British consul has announced
all English jxrts closed to foreign
ADMIT RUSSIAN ADVANCE
The German-Austro losses in the
Uszok pass and at the Carpathian
front at Stryj in the recent fightinsr
was 41,000. The Russians gained tw
miles at Uszok pass, according to
DARDANELLES KEEP UP STUD STUD-BORN
BORN STUD-BORN DEFENSE
Constantinople, April 23. Two bat battleships
tleships battleships of the Anglo-Preach fleet
before the Dardanelles forts were
badly damaged. The Gallipoli penin penin-sula
sula penin-sula has: been cleared of British trcops
except at one point, where the sol
diers are protected by the warships!
The Turks captured a thousand pris prisoners,
oners, prisoners, r :
ORGANIZING A MARION
COUNTY SUn EXCHANGE
In response to a call a lumber cf
citrus fruit growers of Marion county
met at the headquarters of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Citrus Exchange in the Munroe &
Chambliss Bank building this after
The object of this meeting is to or
ganize a Marion county sub-exchange.'
Four local associations, which have
just been organized were represent represented
ed represented at the meeting and signified their
intention to become members of a
Marion county exchange. They are
located at Citra, Mcintosh, Eastlak
and Candler. The meeting is being
presided over by Mr. S. IL Gaitskill
Besides the associations mentioned
a number of the largest individual
shippers in the territory, who have
been shipping through the exchan
during the past season, are also rep represented
resented represented at the meeting.
Mr. A. R. Sandlin, cf exchange
headquarters, has had an office in
Ocala since last September, attending
to the shipments of this territory,
though no countyz organization had
The meeting is now in session, and
we understand that a sufficient num number
ber number of representatives of the local as associations
sociations associations have signed up to form an
association or sub-exchange in Mar Marion
ion Marion county, and that the headquarters
will be in Ocala.
Among the prominent growers
present are Messrs. J. G. Glass, Z. C
Chambliss, E. L. Carney of Ocala; S.
H. Gaitskill, W. M. Gist, S. D. Brown
of Mcintosh; I. F. Bennett cf Ista Ista-chatta;
chatta; Ista-chatta; J. H. Mathews and W. IL De De-Long
Long De-Long of Candler, J. C. Pillans, Elec Elec-tra;
tra; Elec-tra; Dr. E. IL Camp of Lake Weir:
J. E. Klock of Eastlake.
WTiether a packing house will be
erected here for the handling of the
exchange's fruit3 will be determined
later. However, it is thought that a
central packing house will be neces necessary
sary necessary to handle the fruit of the grow growers
ers growers who have not sufficient capacity Ln
their present houses nor suitable rail railroad
road railroad shipping facilities.
The location of a sub-exchange in
Marion county has long been the aim
of the members of the association
who have been shipping through the
exchange with such satisfactory re results
sults results for seevral years.
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Thons 200 tf
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OCALA HONING STAR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
tU R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Oct, Fla., postofflce as second class matter.
One year, in advance. ..... $5.00
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Three months, in advance. . 1.25
On month, in advance .50
After a long absence from the first
page. Colonel Roosevelt is himself
Congressman Frank Clark made
one of his elegant speeches at the
Memorial Day exercises in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. No man can make a better ad-dress.
Ex-Governor Gilchrist made an .ex .excellent
cellent .excellent speech to the Confederate Vet Veterans
erans Veterans at Wauchula on Memorial Day.
Only lack of space prevents us from
printing it in full.
With a scorching wave of air, roll rolling
ing rolling over all the eastern states, Flor
ida is quite comfortable with an av-
crflcrp maximum temnerature of 80
and a breeze nearly all the time.
If the allies are landing large
bodies of troops at Enos on the Gulf
of Saros, they may be intending to
attack Constantinople by land. It is
about 20P miles from Enos to Con
stantinople, and if the Russians ate
U An Vin 'Rlar.lr Qa dido tVlA Kill)
tan will be betweenthe upper and Ihe
light globe against the affected place
until the skin begins to peel. That
hurts so badly that we always forget
not only the tummy ache but all our
other troubles. We suppose Powell
has never tried this. Perhaps they
do not have electric lights in Clear Clearwater.
water. Clearwater. Another good remedy for the tum tummy
my tummy ache, after the curfew bell has
rung, is to take a drink. If one drink
does not allay the pain, take another,
and then, if necessary, another. By
the time one has taken three or four
drinks, he will feel like a pair of
twins, and won't care a hoot whether
he has the tummy ache or not. We
thought Powell was wise to this remedy.
Powell's appeal to Straub does not
pan out any better than his tummy
anht flrenimpnt. The St. Petersburg
sixty thousand dollars will be avail- Time3 saya:
able for the salvation of the Florida MJhe curfew law of St Petersburg
cirrus industry against the ravages .g & .Qk ag there hag neyer been any
of the canker pest as soon as Gov- pretense of enforcing it. And if it
ernor Trammell can affix his signa- were to be enforced it would be an
ture to an enrolled bill. The House, HnwPVpr. this does not mean
shortly after 1 o'clock today, passed t a d curfew law ia impossible
One year- in advance. $8.00
Six months, in advance. .... 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
I Tinnrv c
The Kronprinz Wilhelm has intern-
Hv n overwhelming vote, the bill
known as the Hudson plant act, creat
ing a state plant board and appro
priating $125,000 for canker eradica
lion and $25,000 for other pests. It
received but fifteen votes in opposi
tion in the House. Fiftv-three votes Germany almost got even
were cast for it. But three votes were Neuve Chappelle the other day.
cast against it in the Senate when it
was before that body. Majority of
the opposition came from West Flor
ida. None of the amendments offer
(Continued from Last Week)
The Siege of the House of O'Keefe
PLATOON of the finest wheeled
out of the station house and
down Deshley street, their
brass buttons gleaming in the
light of the sunset. Opposite the little
fountain of the Cupid with tbe chipped
nose and in front of Tim Courky's
saloon the platoon halted and saluted
the bent and twisted Widow O'Keefe,
standing on her doorstep. Had not
the veteran Dan O'Keefe been the most
popular man on the force? In all his
life Dan had never made an arrest off
his own' beat or on if he could help it
Belleview, April 28. The Belleview
haaottall f1H wont tr OVlnwnVts lnt
ed during the discussipn was adopted. Saturday and crossed bats with the or made trouble for a brother officer or
Oklawaha nine. The pitcher for Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha had heard so much about the
swatting abilities of the Belleview
boys that he was scared stiff and
POWELL IS PERTURBED
could make no effective deliveries
to prayer meeting or church unless Mr. B. H. Norns of Ocala, Mr. R
a MmmvMi hi Alders? L.. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Linder-
And suppose-Powell cites a few in- man of Pedro, were all guests of Mr.
cton.a. ZtUa iaw Koino- ii dPd let- and Mrs. H. R. Shaw last Saturday.
w fMoT-oWv well-informed Mr. Frank Gale returned from his
tack on the Black Sea side, the suP pfi mu y,QVt aom t tried in visit to Bartow last Wednesday.
works very well. Ocala Star. worker, has added the diversion of
For particulars ask Straub or St. ments &nA mst to trive a correct imi-
Petersbure. a city with a curfew law; tation of a real farmer, he is driving Bh
how efficiently operative the law is a well, building a house and planting energetically. the widow O'Keefe put
there; how, when the curfew whistle -"J T1C' "u" twenty additional wrinkles of Joyous
blows at eieht p. m. the minors get M pni:ni rh Jpfft welcome in her countenance, young
under cover so fast that it disturbs visited with friends for several days Sammy O'Keefe straightened a full
tfco Kfllnnpe of the universe! and returned to her home at Oxford
In a letter to President Garfield of
Williams College, Secretary Daniels
sets forth that the United States navy
is more powerful than ever before.
There is no doubt that the American
navy is much inferior in power to
some foreign navies. There is also
no doubt, that the said American navy
is able to make quite a dent in the
navy of any country if it should have
to hit it..
If the energy expended in pre preventing
venting preventing boys from being bad, and in
punishing them for being bad, could
be scientifically applied to helping
them to be good, we wouldn't need
curfew laws nor reform schools," says
the Ocala Star, and it is speaking real
wisdom. There is no such thing as a
"bad boy." Every so-called bad boy
is a crood bov whose energies are
misdirected. Miami Metropolis.
The Metropolis also speaks wisdom.
In an article on the Thaw case, the
Times-Union makes argument that
there is a "machine" of justice in New
York state. If such be the case--and
it looks like it isi legal matters in
the "empire state" are in a much
more deplorable condition than in
refused to lie for his friends
Out of the third story window leaned
a palr'of gleaming guins, surrounding
which was the pleasing high cheek
boned face of the one who was known
solely as Marie. Sergeant Clancy
stepped across to convey the time of
day to the Widow O'Keefe. Sammy
O'Keefe, a fine, tall boy with a curly
head, came to the door and gripped the
hand of Sergeant Clancy with the grip
of a man.
Suddenly the red gummed youn
woman In the window brightened until
m ii AiMisji Mr. and Mrs. N Tanner have
curfew law was estauiisnea, an returned from a visit to Eustis.
where the writer published a paper; Mrs. C. P. Merritt after visiting
the nromoters insisted that it be en- with Mr. and Mrs. Sands Haviland
forced to the letter. No youth under for several months, left Monday, for
the age of 16 could be on the street g fifty or sixtv Belleviewites
after eight o'clock without a written journeyed over to Oklawaha last Sat
permit from the parent or parents urday to participate in the picnic and
dated that day. For a few days the witness me Dan game
children obeyed the mandate; in a , MnnAxr ith rnt
j I MliU VUVlk V AtAVAAUWJ r vmv v
week or two one or two were arresteu Johnson.
and the narents "'paid a nominal fine,! Mrs. E. W. White made a business
the citi- trip to Ocala last Monday.
iuia ovoh-to i t- n i t ii .-i
.. . ,;1 v w ine ueneview Daseoaii nine me-
zens.- It lasted until the law wasre- h th fc f gome
pealed. Children returning from irls staged a very comical play en-
narties. from school exercises, from titled "An Afflicted Family" at the
fmm nr ft ver meetings town hall last Thursday night, to -a
- .a nr0UnH nd full house. Everything went off in
were arrested, or apprehended gh and boy neUed ite
a neat figure.
Inch arid pinked with pleasure. Ser
Governor Trammell's mice-like
equeaks against the charges made by
the Times is but one more fact that
proves that the newspapers of Flor Florida
ida Florida should have a real newspaperman
represent them at Tallahassee year in
and year out, instead of merely dur during
ing during the legislative sessions. With a
little publicity Florida would soon be
freed from '.'reform" school and drain drainage
age drainage scandals and law-practicing state
officials would not be allowed to draw
large salaries from the state and
from clients whose interests conflict
with those of the state as well.
Well, we don't know. There are
some fierce scandals in states whose
capitals are located in big citie3. They
would doubtless be fiercer, however,
if it wasn't for the proximity of
some "big and independent newspa
A special to the Jacksonville Me
tropolis from Tallahassee, under date
of April 27, says: One hundred and
cited to appear m court next day.
Parents got tired of accompanying
their children if they wanted to visit
a neighbor. They had to have a note
to go to the postoffice or after pare paregoric.
Try it once in Ocala, living up to
the law, and let it apply to the wash washed
ed washed and unwashed alike.
If Benjamin has a child, would he
not rage, to know that he had beeyn ar arrested
rested arrested and was held in jail, or that he
had to appear in police court and pay
$5 to release his child because he was
sent around the corner at 8:02 p. m.
to a neighbor's for a hotwater bag
because Benjamin had a tummyache.
Powell is unnecessarily jerturbed
over the discussion of a curfew law
now proceeding in Ocala. In the first
place, we have no such law and may
never have one. No use crossing
bridges till we arrive at the creek.
In the second place, if we do pass
such a law, it will not effect Powell
on his frequent visits to Ocala. He
is not yet in his second childhood, tho'
he is on his way.
The personal part of Powell's ar
jjument does not apply. We are not
in the habit of sending our son or
anybody else's son after a hot water
bag when we have the tummy ache.
Hot water bags are a form of litera
ture we are not versed in. We have
found it is better to hold an electric
O G A li A
Hi AT TIRED FEELING
All the Time
OC A LA
CBGA.T COlAv ;: BOTT IMG
.N. T. MITCHELL. V. P. N. R. DEHON, Pres.
Dr. Thomas K. Slaughter of Sum-
merfield, is enjoying a visit from his
ather, woo is a prominent citizen of
Jackson, Ga. Mr. Slaughter is motor
ing around through the country and
is observine the many beauties of
"It's a Jine evenin'.,
The Adamsville annual picnic will! geant Clancy and the platoon of tbe
be held Thursday, May 13th, 1915.
Everybody invited to come and bring
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.
"What!" cried the mistress to her
new maid, whom she had found sit sitting
ting sitting down in the library with her
hands folded. "Here you are sitting
down! Why, you were sent in here
to dust the room!" "Yes, ma'am,"
was the girl's reply, "but I have lost
the duster, and so I am sitting on each
of the chairs in turn!"
To Mend Celluloid.
Any article made of celluloid may
be mended with collodion- Scratch
the broken edges to be mended with
a sharp knife until a smooth surface
is secured. Apply the collodion and
press tightly together for several min minutes.
utes. minutes. Let stand for at least twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four hours. Liquid court plaster will
answer as well, since the main ingre ingredient
dient ingredient is collodion.
Father of Income Tax.
Britain's income tax, which the
prime minister thinks should be re revised,
vised, revised, was first imposed in January.
1799, by the ingenious financier, Pitt Pitt-It
It Pitt-It was submitted to by an Indignant
nation, who got rid of the abomlna
tlon In three years. But Napoleon
could not be conquered without It,
and it made spasmodic entrances and
exits, until In 184? it became a hardy
annual. Ireland managed to struggle
o- without it until 1857
Word of Cheer for Ambitious Boys.
"My lad." said Sackville McKnutt.
"see the eminent philanthropist.. He
was once a little messenger boy like
you. This gave him ample leisure to
sit down and think out ways for mak making
ing making a fortune. From this you should
learn that if you mike use of your
opportunities you may one day be as
cordially detested as he Is." Kansas
finest saluted and looked their rough
gentlest, and the last ray of the setting
sun shot across on the cracked nose
Cupid and reddened him into life
A beautiful young girl had come
hurrying down" from the corner, her
fur cap set jauntily on her wavy brown
hair and a green tassel dangling over
one ear. She slackened her pace as
she came in sight of all these friends
and breathed a sigh of relief. She
was safe here. And as If to reassure
herself she glanced back over her
shoulder. That had become a habit
with her of late. The look of worry
swept instantly, from her brow as her
big eyes turned shyly up to the stal
wart platoon. A friendly nod ana a
radiant smile for each of the big police policemen,
men, policemen, a word of inquiry for Pat Casey's
little Maggie, a wave of the trimly
gloved hand to Marie In the window, a
sudden flash of mischief as she primly
returned the salute of Sergeant Clancy,
a pat on the hand of Widow O'Keefe,
a touch of silvery laughter for hammy.
and she had hurried up the stairs.
"She's the sunshine of the precinct,
the darlinV declared the Widow
"She's a lady!" announced Sergeant
Clancy with deep conviction.
"I'll tell you somethln." The widow
InrlinfKi htr hpad confidentially. So
did Sergeant Clancy. So did Sammy
"She's hidin' from some one. God
"Oh la she?" And the officer of the
law glanced up at the third story win
dow. It was vacant. "Whoever it is
they're no good."
"They are not." And the Widow
O'Keefe collected ail her wrinkles
about her lips.
"She's safe here," asserted Sergeant
Clancy and. with a grin, jerked his
thumb over his shoulder toward the
stalwart platoon. She In the- midst
of her friends. Good. evenin Mrs.
O'Keefe. Oorwl evenln. Sammy."
tie strode across me sirttu uvjo,
said be. "our little friend up yonder
don't want to be found. Neither does
our friend Marie."
As one man the platoon glanced up
at- tha vacant third floor window and
codded, and at the word or command
they faced left and marched. Then,
and not until then. Officer Morgan and
Officer Toole, the pair in front, dropped
out of the ranks and stood at attention
while the platoon passed between
them, and when the platoon had turned J
i the corner they wheeled. Side by side I
they marched into Tim Courky's
"Good evenin', boys. And what can
I do for you?" asked Tim Courky.
-A glass of water. Tim." said Moran. J
"The same for me, Tim." said Officer
"It's a fine evenin," said Tim Courky.
and on the bar he set a large glass of
foaming yellow water for Officer Mor Moran
an Moran and a small glass of rich brown wa water
ter water for Officer Toole.
Marie at that moment was brushing
the shining hair of her beautiful young
mistress, and both were happy in that
Poor, dear Ned! IIow June did long
for him! But he must be patient, as
she must. They would be far, far
happier when, earning her own living,
she could go to him independently, ex exchanging
changing exchanging love for love, not love for
Ned Warner nt that moment was ap approaching
proaching approaching the little cracked Cupid of
the fountain, and as he came dorru
angling Duck alley his mind was in a
whirl of savage fury. Gilbert Blye!
Everywhere that Ned or his detectives
had found a trace of June they had
found a trace of Blye. Even now the
scoundrel was in this vicinity search searching,
ing, searching, as Ned was. for June. Or was he
following to join her? Ned Warner
clinched his fists, and bis face black blackened
ened blackened with passion.
And Blye? He was only a few rods
away.-' He was coming down diagonal
Deshley street, and he was at about
the same distance from the corner of
Tim Courky's saloon as was Ned on
Duck alley. From her third story win
low of, the O'Keefe house June hap
pened to glance out In the gathering
dusk she saw the two figures steadily
approaching the corner, where they
would meet under the light; then as
Ned Warner's deadly clutch gripped
around the throat of Gilbert Blye she
would be able to recognize their up
' It was then that Officer Moran and
Officer Toole bade a pleasant evening
to Tim Courky and strode side by side
out of the door in the point of the
wedge just as Ned Warner and Gilbert
Blye approached the light. Ned War
ner with murder in his heart and Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert Blye all unconscious of his peril,
and Officer Moran turned left, and Of
fleer Toole1 turned right.
"Have you seen a girl wearing a fur
cap with a green tassel? asked Ned
Warner and Gilbert Blye almost simul simultaneously
taneously simultaneously of Officer Moran and Officer
"I did," Officer Moran replied. "She
was here only a few minutes ago and
dropped a letter in a box.'
""Does she live down this way
"Never saw her before." Officer Mo-
ran imnrnsspd Ned's features on his
memory. 'I think she took an uptown
He hurried away.
Officer Toole was not quite so quick
in his mind, because he was more elab
orate. He held a thick forefinger in the
deep dimple of his chin.
"A girl with a fur cap and a green
tassel over one ear," he repeated, mak making
ing making the normal gesture for the tassel,
as the black Vandyked man bad done.
"Oh, yes, a girl with a green tassel over
one ear! Yes, there was a girl with a
red tassel over her ear playln' shinny
here this mornln, but she was a little
girl, Pat Casey's Maggie, And there
was a girl with a blue tassel down here
yesterday workin for an orphans' ben ben-efit."
efit." ben-efit." All this by way of assembling
his mind while he studied Gilbert Blye
whisker by whisker. "But the girl with
the green tassel rather a small young
lady, roundlike, and a pretty face, with
"Yes!" Blye was all eagerness.
"Well, I don't know anything about
her myself, but I think I saw such a
girl askln' a question of Officer Mor-
risey, two blocks beyond."
Blye looked up the street to where,
against the hill. Officer Morrisey stood,
gaunt and stiff, handling his tangle of
"Thank you." And Blye struck out
for Officer Morrisey.
That busy person scarcely looked at
the man with the black Vandyke; just
one roll of his gray eye.
"Oh!" Mr Giro xtas verv mil ah dis
appointed. "The officer below said that
he had seen such a girl talking to you.
"Yes, I remember. She asked me the
time of day, and she headed over this
"Over this way" was at right angles
to Blye's previous course. By the time
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"Harold Percy doesn't seem to have
any difficulty in getting engaged." "Of
course not," replied Miss Cayenne.
"All the girls to whom h has previ previously
ously previously been engaged wear such stun stunning
ning stunning collections of jewelry."
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Never saw her before."
he reached Traffic Officer Schmeltz Pa Patrolman
trolman Patrolman O'Malley had carried the word
to that corner from Officer Toole, so
that Schmeltz was prepared for the
coming of Blye, and by the time Blye
got away from Schmeltz the word was
all through the district.
"Have you seen a girl wearing a fur
cap with a green tassel over one ear?"
Gilbert Blye had asked this Question
(Continued on Fourth Page)
J. J! !i
Is your girl or boy a candidate
for May Day Queen or King?
Let Me Help Yon
From now until contest closes
I will cast TEN votes for your
candidate on each ONE DOL DOLLAR
LAR DOLLAR of cash paid op the pur purchase
chase purchase of pianos, either by your yourself
self yourself or your friends working for
you in the contest.
All instruments sold at one
Price and that the Factory
npRY our Fresh Meat it will
-1 please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
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Also a fine line of Groceries.
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 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanocus rec rec-ords,
ords, rec-ords, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man tnows
that he has got it alL
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(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
MUSIC FOR THE
Baptist Missionary Society
The regular monthly meeting of the
Fanny R. Gary Missionary Society of
the Baptist church will be held to- ,
at the cnurcn, De-; a ,
Believing that music is one of the
( j,. nrnrcnin the KamlSl
, sinning; at 3 o'clock. The subject will 17-- V.
jbe "Japan of Today." The program
Uvill in rhare-e of Mrs. R. S. Hall
., t ship in church.
i O L4 iJJ iwiv- vi ...
! eryone cordially invited to attend
iThis means you.
CONTEST WILL CLOSE
Announcement of King and Queen of
the May to be Made at the
Temple this Evening
The contest for the king and queen ;
of the May is in its last hours, and j
the result will be announced on the
Dicture screen at the Temple this 1
evening as soon alter v o ciock as me
church of ( votes can be summed up.
our city is planning and nas planned There is much interest in the con con-j
j con-j a most unique and interesting pro- test, but the financial returns have
y. gram ui.bci ntc iui a (Jan ioeen
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"How the Story Grew"
Will be given under auspices of
Ocala chapter No. 29, Order Eastern
Star, at Yonge's hall Thursday, 8:lo
p. m., April 29, 1915. Plenty of fun
and good music. Admission 25 cents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Willis and grand grandson,
son, grandson, John Wjmss Fox, are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, arriving
today from Crystal Pwiver. They leave
Friday for Franklin, N. C, where
they will in future reside.
Miss Blanch Mizelle will come down
from Orange Lake shortly to visit
Mrs. T. E. Bridges for a few days.
Mrs. James Taylor left yesterday
for Jacksonville to visit her mother,
Mrs. L. T. Allen until tomorrow. Mrs.
J. M. Stoeckley Mrs. Taylor's sister, is
also visiting Mrs. Allen, en route to
her home in Pittsburg from Miami.
Mrs. Walter Hawkins of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, a resident of Ocala many years
ago, is in Tampa the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Goree Nelson. Mrs. Haw Hawkins
kins Hawkins will attend the U. D. C. conven convention
tion convention in Leesburg next week as a del delegate
egate delegate from Martha Reid Chapter, U.
meaeer. People are votings
more briskly today, and the Star
For' instance, the Sunday school hopes the interest and coin will in-
which meets at 9:30 a. m has organ- crease as the last minute draws near near-ized
ized near-ized under the personal supervision er.
and direction of Dr. McClane an or- The old-fashioned festival of May
chestra of 12 to 15 pieces and a Day vas a most lovely custom, and
chorus of forty voices and its well the ladies in charge of it here deserve
worth your while to go to the Baptist reat credit for their enterprise and
Sunday school alone and listen to this good taste. Help them out patriotic patriotic-school
school patriotic-school sing its becoming an inspira- ally while there is yet time,
tion. Following is the vote up to date:
For the Sunday morning 11 o'clock Queen
services-the regular choir of picked isaDen Davis 510
J ? A A X.
mixed voices arrangea in a sexieiH Loureen SDencer 497
for anthem, solo and other work un- Callie Qissendaner 322
der the supervision of Mr. Nash, Miss LQUise Rentz 162
Marguerite Porter and others, is now Elizabeth Wetherbea 28
rendering some very fine selections. E1ien ctrinlino- : 35
At the Sunday evening service Virginia Beckham 30
which convenes at 7:30 p. m., the viiof Tnnoe T7
singing will be led by a chorus of Ajmes Burford "!'!"!!!"!!!!"!! 32
twenty men's voices, which has just Rhoda Thomas 20
been organized recently. They will Virginia Neely 5
make their debut next bunaay eve- Mildred -Bullock 5
ning. These young men under the Nettie Camp ....!!:!!!!!!!!!!". 5
musical direction of Prof. Booe are Sidney Cullen 5
making rapid progress and are doing va Glass 10
some meritorious work. By the way, Dorothy Crawford 24
Prof. Booe has just recently come to Annie MacKay 5
our city and is looking for a location. Clifton Sexton 1
He is a musician and composer of Virginia Lee . . 2
music of some note and comes here Chivalette Smith 3
well and favorably recommended as a Elizabeth Hocker 1
musical educator and composer, he Louise Bouvier 1
having written such pieces as "The T2;e Dennev 1
Black Diamond Express," "The June King
Rose," etc., which all bandmen recog- rovnaa rw kia
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Do your drug business with us.
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"WE TAKE CARE"
nize as compositions of some merit. M TTrt,,
If everything is favorable, he pro- charles Duval t
poses to open a musical and art mm&m Ritchie
studio and Ocala will be fortunate in- n i Pnllpn
deed if Prof. Booe decides to locate in Ernest Beaton
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rhodes, of Pine i our city.
street. South Jacksonville Notes ini In future church work Mrs. A. L.
.Mrs. R. A. Rhodes was formerly
Miss Georgia Smith of this city.
FARE $5 22
I V L 1.9 11
The Great Ship "SEEANDBEE
The larjs!t and roo:t rostly cteamcr oa any inland 'Water of the world. Sleeping: accommoda accommodations
tions accommodations for lu'JO iiassrftsrs, .,
"CITY OF EFJI7 3 Magnificent Steamen "CITY OF BUFFALO"
st to Dec 1 ct CLEVELAND
Lve Clcvc!onJ - 90 P.M.
Arrive UuiZaio 7:30 A. M.
CoTir.c'.J..Jl;at Cle-eland for Cedar VoLnt, lut-in-Uay, XclcJo, Detroit and ail points V'cst and
SoutLwtst !Jaiirxi.l tickets readinjr b etween Lullalo andCk veland are good for transportation
on oiir f-tHr!r.. A. W yo'jr ticl. t a; rt for t'f'iots via C. & B. L,'..:q.
G BUFFALO Daily, May 1
Lfl Lrave r.-.iTaJo - 9:00 P.M.
K Arrive Cleveland 7.0 A. M.
eaatiftjHy colored sectiorirJ )oziio chart. 6 bowing bo.h cntcrior and interior of iao Oreat
Ship '"SKi'ANDIlLL rent on receipt or five cents to cover postage and mailing:. Also as
or o'T z?-p.Tre piz-mrin i nin wsmnnrfl dookiot i rce.
THE CLE ViiL. AI & BUFFALO TUAWJIi
Go North By Sea
JACKSONVILLE TO BALTIMORE
Baltimore . . ...... $20.00
The International Women's Peace
Conference convened today at The
Hague for a three days' session.
There are more than 500 delegates
from all parts of the world in attend attendance
ance attendance and after the meeting a deputa deputation
tion deputation of women expect to call upon the
twelve men they hold responsible for
the war and demand a hearing of
their plans for peace.
Miss Frances Stark of Abbeville,
S. C, is the lovely guest of Miss Bes Bessie
sie Bessie MacKay, arriving this afternoon.
She comes especially to be present at
the Taylor-MacKay nuptials Tuesday.
Miss Beulah Whitney of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, who is spending some time at
Orange Lake, is the guest for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the. week of Misses Cath Catharine
arine Catharine and Mary Harriet Livingston.
Mrs. Walter Wells and children,
who have been visiting Mrs. Wells'
sister in Fernandina, will soon go to
Mr. Wells' old home in Fort Valley,
Ga., to spend several months in that
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow has returned to i
Eastlake after a short visit in the city.
The domestic science class of the
high school held a candy sale today at
the school house and will continue it
tonight at the Temple. The girls
made the candy yesterday afternoon
in the domestic science room and the
proceeds will go towards completing
the furnishings in their room.
We erred yesterday in saying that
the party for the seniors Friday night
at the Country Club -was to be given
by Misse3 Nina Camp, Elizabeth Da
vis, Messrs. Welsh Dewey, Sam Bur-
ford and Alfred MacKay. The host
esses are Misses Camp and Davis and
their guests are looking forward to
the evening with great pleasure.
Rev. Richard Dodge of Clearwater,
has been invited to deliver the com commencement
mencement commencement address before the class
of the English Classic School in Tam Tampa.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Mershon of Mi
ami, are guests of the former's
mother, Mrs. Mershon and brother, at
their home on Fort King. They made
the trip in their car and will be in the
city until the latter part of the week.
Miss Adelaide Harrison, of Citra, is
in the city today on a shopping ex expedition.
pedition. expedition. She is assistant postmis postmistress
tress postmistress at the Citra office, and has had
charge of the office since the death
of her father sometime ago.
Mr. and Mrs. F.obert Sales, of Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, are expected in the city tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow to spend the week end with the
latter's sisters, Mrs. James E. John-It
son and Mrs. L. W. Ponder.
Mar Miss Mary Gates and Miss clifford Anderson
Mabel Akin will preside over the or- Re-uben Blalock
gan and pianos, ihe Earaca men's
class is organizing a Baraca band, Wilf ord Harold
wmcn win be one of the leading fea- Jack Robertson
tures of the music of the church. t0.v
To still carry out the scheme and James Akin
plan in connection with the above, one William Hall
Sunday evening service of each month Turney Colbert
win De xaxen up Dy massing xne sev-1 -p Cnnk
eral organiaztions, orchestra, chorus, Leon p00ledda
etc., rogeiner in one grand cnorus un
der the direction of Dr. McClane, and
it will be a special musical feast for
that evening, the next onebeing-on
Sunday evening, May 16th.
The church under Rev. Bunyan
Stephens' 'charge has been gradually
drawing closer together and now each
member is getting into harness for
direct and individual work, in -the
church and as the membership takes
Garden Brigance 1
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
State. County and. City Depository.
yys!iis m mmmmim
flcfion in ffia Tissues of a OcmorfiGliIs Anli
f fi 9'
i 4 s
HOW THE STORY GREW
tongue it grew,
And every one who told it added
Welcome members of the Order
Eastern Star and friends at Yonge's
the nasw wnrk it Ln hal1 Thursday evening, April 29th,
ens him in his work, which shows in
the fact that the pews of the church
are being filled at each service to their
HIT- f a r"l a
iviagnmceni master lines, $i per
dozen flowers, 216 N. Main stret. 22-6t
Grew," will be given under auspices
of Ocala Chapter No. 29, Order East
ern Star. Plenty of fun, good music.
Admission 25 cents, including refreshments.
S. S. S. 13 a Regular Wizard in Driving Out Rheumatism.
LAKE WEIR YACHT CLUB
Philadelphia .. 22.40
New York .... 24.40
Chicago . 26.15
Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on steamer. Sailings f oi
Baltimore, Wednesday and Saturday, for Philadelphia Thursday and Sun
day. For tickets and other informat ion, call on or address
"MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANSPORTATION CO."
Smoke Cuban Clut, 5c Cigar.
I'Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
llVz c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
Eastlake, Fla., April 12, 1915.
The Saturday night dances at the
club house will be continued until fur
ther 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. Woodrow,
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
One of the most desirable lots in
North Ocala. Will take as part pay payment
ment payment 1 horse and huggy. Animal
must be young and perfectly gentle
so that any lady can drive in perfect
safety. Apply W. H. McConn. Mon.
Wed. Thur. lm.
E. C Jordan & Co.
Bobbie's mother had just taken out
ner winter garments. "Ma said the
pbservant little fellow, "what did
moths live on before Adam and Eva
wore clothes?" Boston TranscririL
CASE AFTER CASE
219 WEST BROADWAY
Mrs. J. N. Shedd, of Belleview, is
among the shoppers in the city today
from the southern part of the county.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, of Reddick,
are in the city today, the latter shop shopping,
ping, shopping, while Mr. Wilson is attending to
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
For Good Wood
BIG Load fur $1.
Your order will have
J. L. SMOAR
At Bmoak's Vgoi Shop.
CARPENTER AND BMLDER
Careful Estimate? Made on all Con
tra' t Work. Gives More and Better
Plenty More Like This in Ocala
Scores of Ocala people can tell you
about Doan's Kidney Pills. Many a
happy citizen makes a public state statement
ment statement of his experience. Here is &
case of it. What better proof of
merit can be had than such endorse
L. B. McKenzie, assistant superin
tendent electric light plant, 607 Tus Tus-cawilla
cawilla Tus-cawilla St., Ocala, says: "I have used
Doan's Kidney Pills off and on for
the past three years and they have
never failed to relieve me when my
kidneys have been disorderd, bring bringing
ing bringing on attacks of backache. I have
frequently told my friends about
Doan's Kidney Pills."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don'l
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. McKenzie had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 8
"De young man dat has a good pa
an a gooa ma, saia uncie x.Den,
Work for the Money than Any Other i 'don't need to go no furder In brag-
Contractor in the City. 'bout his ancestry.'
Uheumatlsm Is often the effect of some
other blood affliction that has left its im impress
press impress in the joints, muscles and mucous
coverings of the body. It works into the
tissue cells, those tiny, little bodies in
which nutrition goes on. And it Is here
that a most remarkable medicine known
as S. S. S. does Its most active and most
Its action is marvelous.. Bed-ridden
rheumatics get on their feet as If by
magic. That cold, clammy sensation that
made you hug a red hot stove is gone in
a twinkling. That excruciating pain that
made a feather lay as heavy, as a ton of
coal on the skin Is gone. Tou get up and
dance with glee.
Tour rheumatism Is gone absolutely!
It Is an actual logical fact, that Swift's
Sure Specific flushes your blood, gives
your entire blood circulation a nne
thorough bath. It just naturally and In a
twinkling irrigates every atom in your
body. It rushes Into every cell, cS.TZS-13
every bone, muscle, ligament, tendon,
mucous surface and every nerve to thrill
with freedom, with health, with new newfound
found newfound springiness.
And best of all, S. S. S. though a pow powerful
erful powerful searching, overwhelming enemy to
pain and the causes of rheumatism in as
pure as the dew on a peach blossom, S3
powerful as the heroic works of nature,
as searching as the peremptory demand ct
the most iotaet sconce.
Ask for and insist upor getting S. S. 0.
the world's cure for rheumatism.
For private, personal advice on stub stubborn
born stubborn chronic rheumatism write at cue 3
to the SwiU Specific Co., 203 Swift Build Build-in
in Build-in g, Atlanta, Ga. Their medical depart department
ment department Is famous on all blood diseases, an4
is equipped to make personal blood tests,
approved by the highest medical s.uthori
ties. Get a bottle of S. S. S. today. TLSS
away goes rheumatism tor all Use.
The Management of Dfl. McCLANE McCLANE-Medical,
Medical, McCLANE-Medical, Surgical; OydropaOiic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving 01 the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, 3Iore Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURSi 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333
.WMte Star Lme
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
of Freight if
Packing and Storing
rwrior to Piaster
or Ceiling in
' quality or Price
COLLIEE BMOS., Proprietors.
Put Your Ad. in the Stan
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, A PHIL 28, 1913
flCi S0 AFFAIRS
(Continued from Third Pae)
OCALA OCGURENCES f
. stfr. v-rjA
For Velvet Ice Cream Phone 525. tf
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. II. Christian. 14-lm
SHEET MUSIC! If its published,
we have it or can get for you. LAT LAT-TNER'S
TNER'S LAT-TNER'S Piano Store. 4-21-tf.
The sequel of the "Million Dollar
Mystery" will be shown at the Temple
Give her a box of NORMS' CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES the best made. The Court
Mr. George Mershon, who left for
a visit to his old home in Richmond,
Ky.t a few months ago, returned last
night. His friends are glad to
The Star is- informed that Mr. J. H.
Roller has had a long, wide streak of
good fortune, having .come into the
tidy sum of $20,000 bequeathed to him
by a brother.
"Exploits of Elaine," the new mov
ing picture serial, which started at
the Temple last night, is a good story
and will hold public interest. It will
be showji every Tuesday afternoon
and evening. : I
We have a large stock of old soap
which we are selling real cheap. All
good quality. Gerig's. 4-87rtf
- 7 Anglesr and
AH Shapes. ." u
. Truss Rods,
StayTiolts J 7
Iron Work Kk
Of All Kind.
All ifard Woods.
Tanks Built ?r- 3
WrTtoa;-'''tVork at all
fanning for tlia
'Among, thoso things which all women
should know of and many of them do.
Is a splendid ex
sold in most drug1
stores under "the
name of "Mother's
Friend." It is a
and many and many
a mother tells how
x: so wonderfully
JJSfSJ aided .them through
the period of expec expectancy.
tancy. expectancy. Its chief purpose is to render the
tendons, "ligaments and muscles so pliant
that nature's expansion may be accom accomplished
plished accomplished without the intense strain, bo
often characteristic of the period" of
At any rate it 13 reasonable to believe
that since "Alother's Friend" has been a
companion to motherhood for more than
half a century no more timely advice
could be given the inexperienced mother
than to suggest Its dally use during ex expectancy.
pectancy. expectancy. Ask at any drug store for "Mother's
Friend." a penejtratlng. external liquid
of great help and value. And write to
Bradfleld Regulator Co.. 302 Lamar Bldg..
Atlanta. Ga., for their book of useful
and timely information to expectant
mothers. It contains many suggestion
that are of interest to all women.
OUR Ii IS
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 u
have your custom we deserve it.
CDcala Ice & PacMing
- mj A t
:i only 75c
Chicago, April 28. May
Corn, 75 Vi.
July pork, $18.10.
Vote for queen and king of the
May while you have time. The more
coin you give, the better the celebra-
ion will be.
The following members of the
Jacksonville golf team who will play
the Ocala Country Club team tomor
row are registered at the Ocala
louse: E. M. Sanderson, J. H. Tuck
er, Jr., George C. Perkins, Louis F.
Baya, J. W. Spratt, C. R. Wilcox and
W. I. Anderson.
Its good for the whole family, and
they all like it PEANUT BRITTLE
in boxes at the Court Pharmacy, tf
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ward and fam
ily of Winter Park, are registered at
the Ocala House. They came over to
witness the ball games today and to
morrow between the Rollins College
and Ocala teams.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Mr. J. A. Wiggins, who has been
assisting in the Merchant's Cafe "for
the past two years, has purchased a
mercantile business at Mcintosh and
will take immediate charge. Mrs.
Wiggins is making preparations to
move to their new home at once.
W. K. Lane, 31. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Postmaster Wi TV Dupree of Citra,
is a prominent Marionite enjoying a
trip down the east coast to Miami.
" The most satisfying box of cndy,
Triola Sweets, 50 -cents for thirty
pieces. Sold'th" Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Stores "eiilyv -I 23-tfc
Ail cenent-cahdyoffering:;t 50C
the box at Gerigs-Drug-Stores. Ask
fo Triola Sweets. 22tf
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's !Caf e. tf
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
s pox 'm r.fci"y, rq-,i,y -i
Gerig's, the mly-"drug-store in Ocala
with more' thaE one registered phar
macist. r-t4-27-tf3 n
Ocala, Florida, April 28, 1915.
Notice is hereby given that the city
council of Ocala, Florida, as a board
of equalization sitting" as; such board
from ApriUL4.taApril20 1915, in inclusive,
clusive, inclusive, raised the assessed valuation
on the following described property in
said city, to-wit:
.30 feet north and south by 60 feet
east and west in northeast corner lot
1 block 48 Old Survey Ocala, raised
from $750 to $1T)00.
Lot 2 block 51 Old Survey Ocala.
raised from $600 to $750.
South half of lot 2 block 70 Old
Survey Ocala, raised from $400 to
104 feet east and west by 115 feet
north and south in northeast corner
of lot 87 Gary's addition to Ocala
raised from $300 to $400.
Said property being assessed as
"unknown" for the year 1915.
The city council will sit to hear ob objections
jections objections or complaints on the 11th day
of May, 1915, at 8 o'clock p. m., at
council chambers, Ocala, Florida. All
objections to be in writing.
28-lt H. C. Sistrunk,
City Clerk and Assessor of Taxes for
City of Ocala, Florida. 28-lt
A CURE FOR SOUR STOMACH
Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, of Battle
Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been
troubled with indigestion, sour stom stomach
ach stomach and bad breath. After taking two
bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets I am
well. These tablets are splendid none
better." For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Let mo ssnd you FREE PERFUME
Write today for a testing bottle of
ED. PINAUD'S LILAC
The world's most famous perfume, every drop as sweet
as the living blossom. For handkerchief, atomizer and bath.
shaving-AU. the value is in the pertume-you don't
for a fancy bottle. The quality is wonderful. The
(6 oz.). Send 4c for the little hottte-enouch
tor 50 handkerchiefs. Write today. ..r
PARFUMERIE ED. PINAUD, Department M.
CD. PXHAUO BUILDING NEW YORK
Jacksonville Golfers in the City
A team composed of proficient golf
ers from the Florida Country Club, j
Jacksonville, arrived today and will j
remain in the city until tomorrow, re- j X
turning home on the 4:10 limited. To- I
morrow a 3G-hole match game will I
be played on the links of the Ocala j X
Country Club, between the visitors
and ten members of the local club.
Three rounds will be played in the
morning and one in the afternoon.
Pitted against the expert visitors
will be Clarence Camp, Herbert Latt-
ner, Frank Drake, Phil Robinson,
Stephen Jewett, L. W. Duval, G. K.
Robinson, J. M.. Thomas, I. F. Ben-
nett and R. K. Robinson.
Two weeks ago Ocala played Jack
sonville in the latter city and was
badly defeated, therefore considera
ble interest is being centered in the
game tomorrow. This afternoon the
visitors familiarized themselves with
the links by playing a number of
rounds and several members of the
home team put in an extra hour or
two of practice.
The Jacksonville team expects to be
ten strong. Arriving today were E.
M. Sanderson, J. H. Tucker, Jr., W. I.
Anderson, C. R. Wilcox, Geo. C. Per Perkins,
kins, Perkins, J. W. Spratt and L. F. Baya,
and the others will come tonight. They
are guests at the Ocala House.
Mrs. J. B. Borland, Mrs. W. T. Du-
pree, Mr. and Mrs. William Tonner,
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Rice, Mrs. Chote,
Mrs. Paine and Mr. Harry Borland,
all of Citra, were in the city today.
Mrs. H. C. Dozier returned today
from Orlando, where she was the fort
night guest, of Dr. Dozier's sister,
Mrs. Sylvan McElroy. Mrs. Dozier
was the guest of honor at a number of
pretty social affairs and was an ad admired
mired admired visitor at a number of other
Miss Ethel Haycraft will leave the
last of the week for Inverness to
spend the month of May with her
cousin, Mrs. G. I. Singleton.
Mrs. Charles Calvert, whd'lias been
visiting Mrs. Mary. Eagleton for two
weeks, will leave tomorrow for her
home in Orlando. Mrs. (Calvert, was
a visitor to '.."Ocala' twenty .years ago,
and ; during her y i?i t has 3 7 renewed a
number of .'pleasant acquaintances'.?:'!;?
ri lrsT:'. L; CarnVywiineay
for "Tallahassee for a fortnight visit
with Governor and Mrs.. Park Tram Tram-melL
melL Tram-melL ;
... The Woman's Auxiliary 'board of
the Marion County Hospital held "a
short business meeting this morning
at the home of Mrs. W. K. Zewadski.
Andayyeniifg" ii .BtJ.Petersburg
the" Echo Club" gavea' "delightful" eii eii-terfiainment.,
terfiainment., eii-terfiainment., and" among, thosQ. taking
p5irt7was.eAliss Ophelia Gray, swhp
gave :!a reading," Jher jselection Tbelng
"How' the Water Came Down ja t TCa TCa-dore."
dore." TCa-dore." Mrs. W. T. Gary has received the
sad news that her mother, Mrs. W. F.
Yocum, is very sick at her home in
Tallahassee. Mrs. Gary expects to
leave tomorrow to remain with her
mother until she recovers.
The many friends of Mr. J. M. Bar Bar-co
co Bar-co will be pleased to know that he is
feeling much better today, after a
serious siege of sickness the past
week. Clearwater Sun.
Mr. Heron Todd has recovered from
his attack of rheumatism sufficiently
to leave the Hospital.
Rexall Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
SAM TOOK A MEAN REVENGE
Sam Washington, colored, was ar arraigned
raigned arraigned in the recorder's court this
morning, the charge being fighting.
After hearing the evidence in the case
and what outside information he
could get, Recorder Izlar referred the
case to the county court, as it was a
clear case of mayhsm, and did not
come under his jurisdiction.
.The facts in the case are these:
A negro man by the name of Jim
Shelton was sparking Sam's girl, and
Sam was powerful jealous. Sam went
to her house and peeped through the
blinds and saw Jim a kissing his girl
to beat the band. They were sitting
on a trunk. Sam looked and his ire
riz, to see those two kissing so hard
when he should have been there on
that trunk instead of Jim. He could
stand it no longer and rushed in and
grabbed Jim by the shoulder and
rammed his head back against the
wall until his mouth flew open. Then
Sam made a grab at the mouth that
had so lately been taking the honey
that belonged to him, got Jim's full
and manly lip in his mouth, literally
bit the whole thing off, and it is said
he swallowed it, as it can't be found.
Jim came to court with his face in
bandages, unable to talk, but he
i made eloquent signs, and the signs
i don't look good for Sam, unless Sam
tarries for considerable time in the
STOC K FEED
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, snorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
(Translated) Correct CoifTure; for Ladies
Special Demonstration and Sale ot
For a Few Bays Only
By arrangement with one of New Ydrk'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
(Continued from Page Two)
or fourteen policemen. jsomernin?
struck him a3 familiar in tbe way this
one held nMhick forefinger in the deep
dimple of his chin. It was Officer
"Sure," said Officer Toole, with re remarkable
markable remarkable promptness. "She went by
here not a minute ago. Right that
way." And he pointed up the hill to
ward Officer Morrlsey; then as Blye
started' off. panting, he' held his side.
'Oh, v.ell. it was dull times on the
beat these nights!' .
I The dusk had deepened into darkness
when Officer Mpran's palm proved not
broad "enough" to carry away the grin
from under his yellow mustache, and
the grin, escaping, broadened into a
Blye stood it with remarkable quiet quietness.
ness. quietness. : ?V
"It seems" to me I've been furnish furnishing
ing furnishing a little amusement for the boys."
he surmised, frowning.
; 'you lhave,"", laughed Moran. "It's
what in Scotland they call chasingthe
gowk.r A)?! for the girl you mention mention-ed,l
ed,l mention-ed,l and 'uewung his club -happily.
'I don't Suppose 4 one ,of us has ever
laid eyes on her." -"
Blyes black eyes dwelt on Moran
piercinglyrthen his suave smile came.
"Have a cigar." And he passed over
one which Officer Moran kept for
Blye stopped smiling as he walked
away, andr his eyes narrowed In con concentrated
centrated concentrated thought. He stroked his
black Vandyke with his long, lean,
white fingers.- They had had their joke
with 'him. these thick policemen. They
had made him dash madly from corner
to" corner, orer many weary blocks, but
without knowing that they were doing
so they had convinced him of one
thing that June lived In this vicinity
and that they all knew of her.
He was passing the corners as he ar arrived
rived arrived at this uncertainty. The corners
were a tangled knot of street and alley
intersections where one might angle
off In almost any direction and go no nowhere.
where. nowhere. Ned Warner at that moment was
sending a score of detectives Into this
Tired and half famished. Blye ate hi hi-delayed
delayed hi-delayed dinner in company with the
vivacious brunette Tommy Thomas and
the white mustached, pink faced Orin
Cunningham and with a heavy, siient.
thick eyelidded man who wore shoit
cropped hair on his big round head.
Tommy and Cunningham and Blye
sat for some Jizne together after the
big man had left. They were evident
ly planning something.
Finally all three went out and step
ped into Blye's luxurious limousine
Before they had gone very far Blye,
'sitting by the girl, leaned toward her
and began talking to her in low tones
By and by tbe trace of a smile came
to her lips.
In a tastefully furnished drawing
room a kindly looking woman held the
bubbling Tommy's hand between both
her own while they talked. There were
both sadness and loneliness in Mrs.
Villard as she drew Tommy to a seat
on the couch beside her, but she had
spirit, too, for she displayed a most
eager interest in the beautiful portrait
of June Warner, which presently peer peered
ed peered up at her from inside the lid of
June's little gold watch.
When Tommy rejoined the men in
the brilliantly lighted limousine she
handed Blye June's watch with a tri triumphant
umphant triumphant laugh.
RHEUMATIC PAINS RELIEVED
Why suffer from rheumatism when
relief may be had at so small a cost?
Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., writes.
"I have been subject to attacks of
rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's
Liniment always relieves me imme immediately,
diately, immediately, and I take pleasure in recom recommending
mending recommending it to others." 2" and 50 cent
bottles. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
First of the season Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE At sacrifice, Ford auto automobile
mobile automobile in excellent condition. Ad Address
dress Address Ford, care Star. 28-lt
WANTED Young man, experienced
bookkeeper and stenographer, de de-sires
sires de-sires permanent position. Honest,
"sober, writes good hand, best ref references;
erences; references; will go anywhere and start
on low salary. Address "K," care
Star, 28-lt ;
FOR RENT Attractive, new seven seven-room
room seven-room cottage with all modern con-
v veniences. 923 Oklawaha avenue.
Apply to Miss Alice Bullock. 4r27-tf
FOR SALE Living, dining room and
bedroom furniture. Apply at 15 N.
Sanchez street. 27-3t-
LAKE COTTAGE FOR RENT A 5 5-"
" 5-" room cottage, modern improve improve-,
, improve-, ments," screened land furnished," to
rent. for May and. June. Apply to
H. S.. Wesson. 24-12t.
FOR RENT Reception room, two
room3 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
WANTED Prices on carload of good
beggar weed hay. The John Dozier
WANTED To buy a lot of hogs. Ap Apply
ply Apply to C. P. Howell, Box 188, Ocala,
FOR SALE Pure bred White Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth Rock eggs for hatching, 15
for $1.50. Apply to 2!rsh's mar market.
ket. market. 14-tf
WANTED To lease or buy, two second-hand
syrup boilers of 100 100-gallon
gallon 100-gallon capacity. Call or write, J.
R. Moorhead, Ocala, Fla. 10-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
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 board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-lmo.
WANTED Work, by a young wom woman,
an, woman, able to fill position as cook or
chambermaid. Applicant is deaf and
dumb, but is quick and capable, and
has 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
FOR SALE Large wmte chrysan chrysanthemum
themum chrysanthemum plants, 30 cents per dozen.
Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
street. 4-7 tf.
We are sole agents for VINOL, and
this is the time of the year to take it.
The Court Pharmacy. tf
iff 101000 AAA
No Soda, Cigars, Tobacco,
Cigarettes or Chewing Gum
will be charged.
Treated With LIQUID VENEER
This Coupon entitles you to 25o L-V Dust Cloth s.nas!uts?7
from with a purchase of 60o bottle of Liquid Veneer provldsii
thle coupon la filled In with your name end address and Is pre
anted at our store Friday APK 30 otherwise the coupon lavzl;2
A WONDER WORKER
The L-VDnst Cloth la just 'what you need for toot eprias? claafiins. Itbmadi
from a new "crinkled" fabric called M Crepettert making it far superior to t'-.j
other Du&t Cloth. This material picks up a remarkable amount ct dtwt azsd dirt
before washing becomes necessary. It also disinfects, dusa tsxl polbes ell ia
one operation. De cure to ecz one.
MaFtoim HaMwaire C
.'FLORENCE. C. WIILM1S
Braids, Switches and Transformations
Made from your own combings
Scalp Treatment, Facial Massage:,;
Shampooing aad Manicuring
Growing Hair on Bald
Heads a Specialty
Hair Matched for Braids, Switches, Etc.
Residence 415 S. Orange St. Phone 182
Tickets good on all regular trains. Final limit May 13th.
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