ATTACKED FROM MOVE BY SQUADRON OF
DARING AVIATORS FLEW ACROSS SOUTH GERMANY AtiD
Geneva, April 29. Twive attacked
within thirty-eight hours by French
aerial squadrons, the Zeppelin works
at Friedichshafen have been badly
damaged. The two main buildings are
reported in flames. A dispatch states
the damage will amount to a million
dollars. Five German aircraft were
destroyed. Tha French aviators flew
directly over the plant.
Returning, the. air fleet circled over
Metz, dropping bombs and steel" ar arrows.
rows. arrows. It also wrecked the railway
stations and damaged cars and en engines
gines engines at Haltingen and Lorraiche.
DID LITTLE DAMAGE
Berlin, April 29. A French aviator
dropped six bombs in Friedrichshafen.
Damage done is unimportant.
COMPAHY HAS ITS
Arrival of Up-to-Date Apparatus
Enabling Management to Catch
Up with Orders
After many delays on account of
the non-arrival of machinery and its
erection, jthe Marion Bottling & Ice
Cream Company yesterday started
its bottling apparatus. On account
of the stack of orders piled up for
Mo-Cola, the entire day was devoted
to bottling this beverage and getting
it to the out of town trade.
The home patrons are being served
today under the personal supervision
of Manager O'Farrell, who, in carry carry-in
in carry-in gout his slogan "Where Cleanli Cleanliness
ness Cleanliness is Paramount," is wearing a
snow white regalia.
They are today bottling Red Rock
ginger ale and several other of their
brands of soda water, and expect
within the week to catch up with their
orders which have been accumulating
for some weeks.
Submarine F-4 Still On the Bottom
of the Sea
Honolulu, April 29. The work
which has been carried on for several
weeks in an attempt to raise the sub submarine
marine submarine F-4 from the bottom of the
ocean, has practically all been undone
by the rough weather of the last two
days. Only one cable is left holding
to the hulk, it was learned today.
The scows used in the raising op operations
erations operations have been anchored to pre prevent
vent prevent them from drifting out to sea.
On account of weather conditions
diving operations are impossible.
Nothing more toward raising the hulk
in which are twenty-five bodies will be
done until the sea becomes calmer.
London, April 29. Chancellor
Lloyd George introduced in the House
of Commons this afternoon a bill reg
ulating the sale of liquors. He stated
it was made-necessary by the
igencies of war.
AN UNDESERVED OMISSION
In printing the list of subscribers to
the Oklawaha freight "line fund yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, we inadvertently omitted Mr.
B. Goldman, who came across with
A SLUGGISH LIVER
Let your liver get torpid and you
are m for a spell of misery. Every Everybody
body Everybody gets an attack now and then.
Thousands of people keep their livers
active and healthy by using Dr. King's
New Life Pills. Fine for the stomach,
too. Stop the dizziness, constipation,
biliousness and indigestion. Clear the
blood. Only 25c at your druggist. Ad.
Tues, Thurs Fri.
May baskets The Murray Company.
Ocala Took Only a Goose Egg in the
Game of Wednesday Afternoon
Yesterday's ball game between
Winter Park and the locals at the
Magnolia street diamond didn't draw
a very big crowd on account of the
torrents of rain falling just at the
hour which the game was to have
At a quarter past four o'clock, how however,
ever, however, the game started with the an announcement
nouncement announcement of the batteries by Um Umpire
pire Umpire J. J. Gcrig. Dr. M. C. Izlar
umpired at the bases.
The game was a rather slow one on
account of the extreme moist condi condition
tion condition of the grounds, and was called at
the end of the seventh inning on ac account
count account of darkness, with the score
standing 5 to 0 in favor of the vis visitors.
itors. visitors. The game in detail follows:
'Winter Park: Roberts walked; Mas Mason
on Mason out catcher to first, Roberts went
to third; Will Hunter safe on sec second's
ond's second's error; Taylor was out, pitcher
to first; Galloway's overthrow to third
allowed Roberts to score, advancing
Hunter to third; Porter was safe on
first's error; Denning hit to short,
scoring Hunter; Walter Hunter got a
single to center, scoring Porter; Tro Tro-villion
villion Tro-villion walked; Ross struck out.
Ocala: J. Chazal flyed out to left;
Thompson walked; Harris struck out;
Zewadski fly out to left.
Winter Park: Roberts walked, but
was caught napping at second; Mason
walked; W. Hunter hit to second;
Mason thrown out at second; Taylor
hit between third and short; W. Hun
ter out at second.
Ocala: Davis hit between first and
second; Dewey fly out to short; C.
Chazal fly out to short; Bullock fan
Winter Park: Porter foul fly to left;
Denning out third to first; Walter
Hunter walked; Trovillion fanned.
Ocala: Galloway fanned; J. Chazal
out second to first; Bishop hit to right
field; Harris hit to center; Zewadski
out pitcher to first.
Winter Park: Rose fanned; Roberts
fhit to pitcher; Mason hit fly to sec
ond; Robberts tagged by second.
Fielder Hunter Stealing Hits from
Ocala: Davis safe on short's error;
Dewey hit safe over second; C. Cha Chazal
zal Chazal hit to third, safe; Dewey out at
second; Galloway hit to pitcher; Da Davis
vis Davis put out at home and Galloway out
'Winter Park: WTill Hunter out sec-
J ond to first; Taylor out short to first;
OCA LA. FLORIDA THURSDAY. APRIL 29, 1915
DID. IMMENSE AMOUNT OF
Porter hit to right; Denning out third
Ocala: J. Chazal out to left field;
Bishop out to left field; Harris fly out
to short. y
Winter Park: Walter Hunter safe
by catcher missing third strike; Tro Trovillion
villion Trovillion hit to pitcher, throwing Hun Hunter
ter Hunter out at second; Rose out pitcher to
first; Roberts hit to center for two
bases, scoring Trovillion; Mason safe
on second's error, Roberts scoring;
Will Hunter out to center.
Dewey Got All that Came Down the
Third Base Line
Ocala: Zewadski hit over short, out
trying to go. to second; Davis out
third to first; Dewey hit over third;
C. Chazal fanned.
Winter Park: Taylor walked; Por Porter
ter Porter sacrificed to third; Denning fan fanned;
ned; fanned; Walter Hunter out short to first.
Ocala: Bullock out third to first;
Galloway out pitcher to first; J. Cha
zal out pitcher to first.
Walked by Galloway 6, by Rose 1;
struck out by Galloway 4, by Rose 4.
Score by innings: R H E
Winter -Park ..3 0 0 0 0 2 05 4 3
Ocala 0 00000 00 6 1
Walter Hunter, the Winter Park
left gardener, didn't let a thing pass
him, and he is to blame for several
long drives by the Ocala boys in his
direction not being tallied as "hits."
Davis' unassisted double play in the
fourth inning w?as a good one. He
caught a hot liner hit by Mason and
tagged Roberts between first and sec
Dewey's fielding throughout the
game was splendid; his peg to first
was faultless; and he got two safe
ones to the outfield.
Taylor of Winter Park got some
action in the game when he headed off
Davis at the plate and Galloway at
first in the fourth inning.
Manager Hunter says he has the
greatest aggregation ever. They're
cheerful in the face of adversities and
come up smiling for the next round.
It is to be hoped that if the weath weather
er weather man has any rain to hand out to today
day today it will be after the ninth inning.
Outlook at 3:30 P. M.
May baskets The Murray Company.
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CONFLICTING ACOUIITS OF THE RESULTS COME
FROM ATHENS A! COIISTAIITIIIOPLE
Athens, April 29. Details of the
first big land engagement of the al allies
lies allies and Turks along the Dardanelles
were received today, showing the al allies
lies allies won a clean victory despite a
stubborn resistance. Both sides lost
heavily. The battle started at dawn
Wednesday and lasted twelve hours,
the Turks retiring under the darkness
of last night.
The allied fleet bombarded the forts.
The allies captured an entire Turkish
battalion on the Gallipoli peninsula.
. Latest dispatches indicate that the
second great attempt to force the
Dardanelles is now in full swing by
land and sea. The Turks are gather gathering
ing gathering for a second onslaught on the
land forces on the southern end of the
A VERY DIFFERENT ACCOUNT
Berlin, April 29. A dispatch from
Constantinople says the land attack
by the allies upon the Dardanelles
has completely collapsed. The Turk Turkish
ish Turkish army under General Liman Von
Sanders drove from the Gallipoli
peninsula all the 80,000 allied troops,
which attempted to gain3 a foothold. A
portion of the enemy fled in the direc direction
tion direction of their boats, and disappeared.
Others hoisted the white flag and sur surrendered
rendered surrendered en masse.
One allied transport was sunk off
Constantinople, April 29. The de destruction
struction destruction of an allied transport off
Gallipoli and the defeat of the British
forces at Gabatepeh was officially an announced
nounced announced today. A large number of
the jenemy were captured.
DROWNED BY THE THOUSANDS
Later reports declare invaders esti estimated
mated estimated at four brigades driven into the
sea on the coast of Gabatepeh.
MORTAL COMBAT AT SILOA HAS
THINNED OUT THE
Chihuahua, April 30. Over nine
hundred were killed in a battle be between
tween between Carranza and Villa forces at
Siloa Wednesday. Four-fifths of each
side perished in the fighting.
HAULING BY HUNDREDS
Long List of Winter Visitors Went
Thru Ocala Wednesday on
The Seaboard limited Wednesday
was some train. It was of ten coach coaches,
es, coaches, seven of them parlor cars, and was
loaded with tourists returning home.
It had 350 passengers aboard when it
German Proposition to Pay for the
William P. Frye
Washington, April 29. A second
note from the United States to Ger Germany
many Germany concerning the sinking of the
William P. Frye, by the commerce
raider Prinz Eitel Friedrich was dis dispatched
patched dispatched to Berlin yesterday. It is un understood
derstood understood it accepts the German pro proposal
posal proposal to compensate the owners of
; the Frye under the terms of the old
Prussian-American treaties of 1799
and 1828, regardless of any prize
MILLIONS OF FAKE MONEY
Moving Unmolested from the United
States to Mexico
San Francisco, April 29. Millions
of dollars of Mexican counterfeit pa paper
per paper money is being freighted toward
the Mexican border. The United
States authorities, though knowing
the fact, are taking no steps, because
America recognizes no Mexican gov government.
ernment. government. BAND REHEARSAL
There will be a band rehearsal to tonight
night tonight at 8 o'clock. All memuers are
urged to attend.
W. W. Condon, Director.
May baskets The Murray Company.
BIG MAJORITY FOR
THE DAVIS BILL
PASSED THE HOUSE WITHOUT
AMENDMENT COUNTY DI DIVISION
VISION DIVISION MAY COME UP
(Special to the Star)
Tallahassee, April 29, 12:23 p. m.
The Davis bill, without any amend amendments,
ments, amendments, passed the House by 45 to 23,
with a motion to reconsider.
They are trying to get the county
division bill up today. Rooney.
WILL BE TO JOIN ALLIANCE
AGAINST RUSSIA AFTER
Turin, April 29. Count Apponyi,
leader of the opposition in Hungary, is
quoted in an interview in the Stampa
as declaring the war must lead to the
reconstruction of a powerful German German-Italian
Italian German-Italian alliance, capable of enforcing
peace by force, and also the freedom
of the seas.
To attain this object the count is
reported to have declared it is neces necessary
sary necessary to avoid resentment between the
countries which wrould be involved.
He therefore urges Italy not to be
tempted by what seems to be a fa favorable
vorable favorable opportunity to push her pre pretensions
tensions pretensions unreasonably. Count Ap Apponyi
ponyi Apponyi expressed the hope that there
would be no break in the relations be;
tween Austria and Italy, for "if Aus Austria
tria Austria is crushed a Russian victory
would constitute a Muscovite danger
today and not tomorrow."
GERMANS STAY ON THE JOB
Rome, April 29. The German am ambassador
bassador ambassador today declared he is thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly satisfied with the situation in
Italy. He denied that he or the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian ambassador are preparing to
IMPORTANCE OF MARION
FARMS MAY INCREASE
State May Purchase Property and
Make It a Central Convict
Tallahassee, April 28. The special
joint committee of the House and
Senate sent to Raiford and Ocala to
inspect the state prison farm and the
leased prison farm, located in Brad Bradford
ford Bradford and Marion, respectively, has
returned. The committee comprised
Senator Lindsay, as chairman and
Representatives Millinor and Han Hancock.
cock. Hancock. The committee will probly report
its findings to the House and Senate
during the latter part of the week. It
is expected that the committee will
recommend the purchase of the prop property
erty property in Marion county now under
lease. It will probably also recom recommend
mend recommend favorably the extension of the
convict labor on the farm operated
by the state. Until the war in Europe
began the farm was formerly used
for the prisoners of more or less
feeble health and for females. Since
the beginning of the European con conflict,
flict, conflict, however, many of the turpen turpentine
tine turpentine operators, unable to sell their
wares, and who naturally, could not
conduct their operations which needed
labor usually furnished in the shape
of convicts by the state, could not
contract for the men and with no
market for them the state was forced
to send them to the prison farms.
There is a measure in the legislature
which provides for the gradual aboli abolition
tion abolition of the lease system and the com committee
mittee committee report is expected to touch cn
this subject. The bill proposed by
Representative Harrison calls for the
abolition of the lease system by Jan January
uary January 1, 1917, and gives the counties
of the state opportunity to contract
for their services if they are desired.
If the counties fail to take all of the
men available the remainder will be
worked upon the prison farms.
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VICTORY ALSO FOR GERMANS AT VERDI-PUS RMS
BACK III HARD
Berlin, April 29. The allies' at attacks
tacks attacks north of Ypres and along the
west bank of the Yser canal were re repulsed.
pulsed. repulsed. Sixty-three cannon have been
captured by the Germans in this re region.
gion. region. The Germans also made gains
southeast of Verdun.
The Germans have gained against
the Russians in northern Poland and
near the Bzura river. They occupied
the village of Kovale south of Kal Kal-warja,
warja, Kal-warja, and captured the Russian point
of support south of Sochaczew.
SLOW BUT SURE
ADVANCE ALL ALONG THE
WTESTERN FRONT BY THE
Paris, April -30. Slowly but surely
tjie Germans are being forced back in
the region around Ypres. The allies
continue a violent offensive. Th
pressure has been increased by the ar arrival
rival arrival of heavy French reinforcements
The allies are making progress on
the right bank of the Yser.
With continuous desperate assaults
in the Champagne district, the French
have recaptured half the trenches
taken by the Germans near Beause Beause-jour.
jour. Beause-jour. TEUTON LOSS TREMENDOUS
Petrograd, April 29. Along the
800-mile battle line from the Baltic to
Bukowina, fighting has been resumed
at many points. It is most severe in
the Carpathian heights, 50 miles west
from the Uszok pass to Stryj. The
Teutons have gained some ground but
at a tremendous loss.
WITH AN EYE TO BUSINESS
An Ocala physician has received the
following disinterested offer from a
Keeley curs in a nearby city man managers
agers managers of said cure evidently not being
wise to the school of ethics in which
Marion county doctors have studied:
"Dear Doctor: We will mail you
our check for $10 for each and every
drug or liquor patient directed to us
by you, during the year 1915, who
pays us in cash the full price, $140,
for four weeks' treatment, board and
h-oom, and presents to us on entering
the institute a letter of introduction
from you. Should a patient present
letters of introduction from more than
one physician, the commission will be
pro-rated. Enclosed' herewith is a
booklet containing a few testimonials
from some of the most prominent bus business
iness business people of our city. We Would
be glad to hear from you or have you
call on us at your convenience."
LIBRARY WANTS A ROOM
The ladies of the Ocala Library As Association
sociation Association after tomorrow will be with without
out without a roof for the library, as, in the
moving of the Board of Trade to the
Cam building there will not be room
for the library which, for some time,
has had space free of charge in the
Board of Trade room.
Will some one not be public spirit spirited
ed spirited and generous enough, the ladie3
ask, to tender them the free use of a
room or office until definite arrange arrangements
ments arrangements can be made for the library.
They are without funds with which to
pay rent, and if the books are put in
storage it will be a great disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment to many.
All friends of the library would ap appreciate
preciate appreciate the offer of a room if some
one would tender it.
Well everyone knows the effect of
nine forests on coughs. Dr. Bells'?
Pine-Tar-Hor.ey is a remedy which
brings nuiek relief for whooping
cough, looens the mucous, soothe'
the lining of the throat and lungs, and
makes the coughing spell? less severe
A family with growing children should
not be without it. Keep it handy for
all coughs and cold?. 2c. at your
druggist. Adv. Tue3. Thur, Fri.
May baskets "The Murray Company.
IRON DEAL IN 1907
Syracuse, April 29. y. Roosevelt
today took on his shoulders f ulITe
sponsibility for the Tennessee Coal
and Iron Corporation deal in 1907, as
he wound up the direct testimony in
Barnes libel su't. He declared he act acted
ed acted "in a pinch," to save the country,
which was threatened with a financial
panic. The panic vas stopped.
Attorney Ivins for the prosecution
objected strenuously several times to
Roosevelt's explanation of the rati ratification
fication ratification of the deal but the judge al allowed
lowed allowed the witness to proceed.
CARLOAD RATES ON FLOUR
Tallahassee, April 28. The railroad
commission today had a hearing on a
petition for a reduction of carload
rates on flour,-hay-. and--grain within
the state. The rates are asked to be
reduced 25 per cent on carlcts. At
present the package rate is the same
as a car rate,, and wholesale dealers
think the reduction necessary. 'Repre 'Representatives
sentatives 'Representatives of the Atlantic Coast Line,
Seaboard, Florida East Coast, Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, Florida & Southern and Georgia,
Florida and Alabama railways were
present, as was J. D. Rooney, for the
Ocala Board of Trade. The commis commission
sion commission took the matter under advise advisement.
ment. advisement. Times-Union.
CARE OF THE EYES
Health as Well as Beauty Demands
That Eyes Get Attention
The woman who takes care of her herself
self herself should give as much attention to
her eyes as she does to her skin or to
her hair. In the first place after
driving or being in the dust of the
city or country she should wash or
bathe her eyes with tepid water. This
removes the irritating dust or small
particles. After reading or before
going to bed she should bathe the
eyes with salt water or tepid water
to which is added a pinch of salt, and
using an eye cup, will be surprised at
the difference in the sparkle of the
eyes. If inflamed they should be
bathed several times a day. The dull,
sunken eyes, the hollow circles and
the sallow complexion of many wom women
en women is due, however, to the complaints
and diseases peculiar to women. The
best thing I know for this is Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, be because
cause because it is a temperance tonic, being
made of roots and herbs with pure
glycerine. It establishes regularity,
heals inflammation and banishes pain.
Dr. Pierce publishes the ingredients
on the wrapper so it is not a secret
and I have seen many women cured
by it and not only that, but the dull
sunken eyes, the. sunken cheeks and
bust, have taken on a sparkle and
healthful appearance. Thousands of
women have testified to having been
cured of womanly diseases by thi3
prescription. It speedily causes all
womanly troubles to disappear
compels the organs to properly per perform
form perform their natural functions, cor corrects
rects corrects displacements, overcomes ir irregularities,
regularities, irregularities, removes pain and misery
at certain time3 and brings back
health and strength to nervous, irri irritable
table irritable and exhausted women.
It banishes pain, headache, back backache,
ache, backache, low spirits, hot flashes, drsg-ging-down
sensations, worry and
sleeplessness surely and without loss
Keep the bowels healthy bv using
Dr. Pierce's Pellets. They don't gripe.
Mrs. H. Beasley, 414 Palmetto St.,
Sanford, Fla., says: "Dr. Pierce't
Favorite Prescription, I am pleased to
state, did me most excellent good
when I was suffering from a woman's
trouble. The calming, quieting, and I
might say building up effect of this
fine medicine soon changed these
things to my entire satisfaction. My
general health was greatly reduced, in
that I was without strength, nerves
were unstrung, and my sleep was pro pro-vokingly
vokingly pro-vokingly disturbed. At times I would
have painful misery through the back
and down my lower limbs. Not only
were these difficulties corrected but
my general broken-down health as
well. This result has been perma permanent,
nent, permanent, as I now enjoy the best of
health. May other afflicted women be
influenced by my experience." Ad. 14
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
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J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Oc-'a. Fla., postofflce as second class matter.
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The reader will always find shrewd no trouble in insinuating themselves,
sense and home-made wit
Allyn't Sarasota Sun.
The bill before the legislature to
pension indigent widowed mothers is
one that should pass.
The Davis package bill went thru
the Senate by a vote of 20 to 11. It is
likely to also pass the House.
as Ocala has often' found to her sor
row. But there is a class of worthy
and modest people, mechanics, clerks,
stenoeraphers and people of small
business enterprises, who generally
find themselves strangers in a strange
land. They have no trouble in find finding
ing finding friends if they are "fast"; they
can horn right in. But if they are
quiet and well-behaved, the people
who care most for home-life and need
that part of the country. Both these
gentlemen were named Dunne, and
both were Catholics, but one was from
Atlanta and one from Philadelphia,
and neither was any kin to the other.
The party left Dade City one morn
ing, Mr. Anderson on horseback, and
the other two walking. Mr. A., how however,
ever, however, soon mounted Shank's mare and
turned his horse over to the two old
men. They progressed southwestward
thru the pretty hill country till they
came to a beautiful little lake, lying
in the loving embrace of a crescent-
shaped hill. Only one house, the home
of a pioneer on the north side of the
lake, was in sight. The party mount mounted
ed mounted the hill and looked the landscape
o'er. Then one -of the gentlemen Mr.
Anderson does not remember which
sat down, removed his shoes and
threw them vigorously to the ground.
"This is the place," he said. They in invested
vested invested largely in property in the vi vicinity
cinity vicinity and induced other Catholics to
settle there, among them Dr. Corri-
gan, Drotner oi ircnoisnop vorrigau
of New York, who now has a big grove
and winter residence adjoining the 1 she left the house.
college property. So Mr. Anderson
thinks he has some claim to be con
sidered responsible for St. Leo.
ever. Nose, ears and all, he was the
same tint of red from where his neck
rco-e out of its sprawling collar to
where his low forehead disappeared in
hLs sprawling yellow hair.
DafrrnKn. ladies," observed Mr.
Grogg c heerfully nnl lowed his smile
in the direction of the severe eyed Mrs.
Villard and ih shocked June. "IJrought i
you n little present, Iouz." and, with ;
as much extravagant imiortance as if :
this had leen the rajah's jewel, he be- ;
stowed on Mrs. Grogg the pitted token
. il,,,nir'itfnl!,acc n tri.rnnittm in r
papier maehe pt. J
Mrs. Groirg was a thin woman, chieny
distinguished for droopiness and hol-
( Continued from Yesterday)
Johnny Bunny, the moving picture me irieiiuaiuy
comedian, is dead. It will be a long oiten ie "ZZlZJZ
time before nature will duplicate his sort or peopie vrno-wiuum T
., them most until lonemiew unvc
smile. ,i i.
. them to dissipation or mey aee
t-:u- aii;c i,9vp received a some more congenial community.
u: ih Dardanelles Ocala is a city of homes, which is
or the Tuiks are liars on a hitherto best; but one of the few faults of
nttind srale. good nomes is tney one..
. inmates selfish in regard to strangers
aii v,, CaqKnonl Air Tine trains I
.TV 1 1 WIC utouuuiu ....
carry the motto, "Safety first," in big At the meeting of the Board of
brass letters on their engines and, Trade Tuesday night, Col. R. F. Rog-
k v,o rnrrl the trainmen ers, president of the board, and one
iZ :Z V iV. of the citizens of Ocala sent to Talla-
. hassee to help save the western part
Buy a season ticket, to the ball of the county from being taken away
" pi whn most enthusiast- from us to go towards the formation
ically'back up the. home team on earth of Bloxham .county, told the board
hv the Wst chance for a seat in the brieny wnat ine comimi uiu
Fandstand in heaven.
KENDRICK W. C. T. U.
lahassee, before the legislative com
mittee, which finally reported favora
I 1 1 1.1 1M1 -C r-. AtTAwA 1 VlAQV-
If the grandfather clause law is my upon me um, axwcx BCyCxx
that nniet and modest man, mgs. The report oi tne committee
P TT. Nugent, in the office of cir- was by no means unanimous and our
cuit court clerk of Marion county, will committee secured some very import-
b the daddv of it. ant recommenaauons, one 01 which ia
" i . . i -n : i.
thP rpterenrium lor me Dili. 1. e., il
T7f v.fivp thousand men have al- must be referred to a vote oi xnree
rpadv annlied for work on the Alaska rifts of tne peopie m me territory
V I . . 1 1 TT J C
iUrrr nnrl bmit 44.900 of them lected, n it passes tne nouse aim oc.
CJ, 1 .
have had their applications placed on ate. The other was a provision ior
file Verv little construction work the people in tne proposed new county
w;n h Honp this vear. to carry tneir snare vi me umeutcu-
" ----- rf i . , i
ness of the portions oi tne otner
Th nprTYians are reoorted to have counties. These people thought tney
, i... i.
cnwn whoat and other crops in all would go scot iree oi mis, out ucu
that Dart of northern France they will not be the case.
The reeular social meeting of the
Women's Christian Temperance Union
was held Tuesday afternoon, April
27th. at the home of Mrs. C. 11. bhaw.
It was a pleasant afternoon and there
was an unusually large attendance of
members and six visitors at the meet
ing. Membership cards were issued to
the following new members: Mrs. L.
A. Simmons, Mrs. J. J. Guthery, Mr.
C. H. Shaw and Mr. Edwin Lyles.
The president. Mrs. J. Bradford
Webb, conducted the opening devo devo-tionals,
tionals, devo-tionals, reading the 10th Psalm for a
The secretary being absent on ac account
count account of sickness, the roll call and
reading of the minutes were omitted.
The district convention which was
tn he entertained bv our union the
18th and 19th of May was reported
postponed until the 25th and 26th of
It was decided to hold a social and had phoned, remained at the telephone
ice cream supper on Friday evening, and called up another number.
U N E, busy with her own
thoughts, did not notice the
closed cab which stood at the
Corners the next morning as
s she passed by.
however, walking briskly up to the
surface car, Otlicer Mack, who had
been watching that cab and the hand handsome
some handsome brunette whose vivacious face
had occasionally appeared at tbe win windows,
dows, windows, saw the cb start and slowly
June had stepped from her uptown car
ana was crossing to isroaaway wnen
a closed cab passed her, turned and
drew up from the opposite direction,
and a gloved hand tapped on the win window.
dow. window. Tommy Thomas, the girl tc
whom Gilbert Blye had introduced her!
"Which way. pretty maid?" Tom
my's glowing face protruded from the
door of the cab.
"To the employment office, kind
Ipdy," she laughed, and June exhibited
her little address slip.
"I'll take you over," offered Tommy.
The two cirls laughed together as
they drove away, but at the next cor
ner Tommy excused herself for a mo
ment and ran into a drug store to tele
phone. Tommy hurried out and re returned
turned returned to her place hi the cab with
June, but Mrs. Villard, to whom she
tii. H, it
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hold. It is probable that
crops will be reaped by the French.
The Ocala stores have a large pro
portion of young lady clerks, nearly
The dispatches show that the Ger- all of whom go home early five eve eve-mans
mans eve-mans are not waiting for the allies nings in the week. Saturday nights,
to resume that long promised "spring it is necessary for most of them to re re-offensive."
offensive." re-offensive." They have a right smart main at the stores until 10 o'clock or
offensive of their own.
Florida is better supplied with
ocean beaches than any other state in
the Union. But, owing to lack of good
roads, and lack of enterprise 6y the
railroads, they are less accessible to
the people of the interior than the
beaches of far less favored states.
Friend of ours sprung. a new ex expression
pression expression the other day. Said he was
a guest in a poker game. Another
friend said that "guest" sounded re refreshing
freshing refreshing to him. He was always call called
ed called a sucker himself.
We notice that good-sized bunches
of people generally come to Ocala on
the A. C. L. train that arrives at
10:50 from Palatka and Gainesville.
-Whatever it may be to the rest of the
run, it is a good train for Ocala and
Ocala has a fault one not peculiar
to itself, but common to towns of its
size and one that it might and should
correct. There is too little attention
shown to a certain class of worthy
strangers. Distinguished visitors, of
course, are met with the glad hand
committees of the business men or
the various women's organizations see
to that. The buttinskis need no help,
nnH slirk neonle of both sexes have
At the close of a pleasant social aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, Mrs. C. H. Shaw assisted by
Miss Amanda Spencer, served re refreshments
freshments refreshments consisting of delicious
strawberries and cake.
Julia H. Webb, Press Supt.
SQUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, April 28. Mr. M.
S. Carnahan, daughter, Miss Ethel,
and son. Master Charles, left here
Monday for their northern home at
Pleasantville, Pa., and we hope they
will return earlv this fall.
Miss Irene Gates is entertaining
two highly accomplished young ladies
from Webster, Misses Vivian Huber
and Leila Akins. Miss Huber is a
finp violinist and Miss Akins plays the
piano with great expression and they
furnished some fine music to their
Friends- Miss Huber will return to
her home Wednesday, while Miss
avItic will remain until Friday. These
young ladies made many friends while
nere ana we nope tney win vion,
Misa Mvrtle Hickey entertained
Miss Gates and her guests, Misses
Huber and Akins, Tuesday of this
week. The girls enjoyed bathing and
boating in our beautiful Lake Weir.
Mr. Irvin, the new agent at Weirs Weirs-dale,
dale, Weirs-dale, learned the way to South Lake
while he was at Weirsdale.
Quite a few from 1iere attended the
musical at the Presbyterian church
Wednesday night." ,'' . iU
Fishing, boating and bathing is the
pastime here at present.
i.. i Al I rni, mnnt. fnonrts OT IVir. V J. o
woman's solitary journey nome mru xnu ---
the night. The event of last Saturday aUs g.aa ""
evening shows that such ruffians exist, time nQW af ter his severe illness, and
even in peaceful Ocala. lwery mer- a speedy recovery is hopea irom an
chant should see to it that his girl for him
clerks reach their homes in safety. It
would be good business to do so, for COTTON PLANT
while going home alone, It would be A Zt2SZleT w"
mighty bad advertisement for his a 0 vnnA o1j summer time now
store. Some of our merchants have that we wished for so long, so we
nlnrniTo frwllVTOOl Vli TtnllPV SonriP Ho 1 Tnnstn't. POTTTnlain.
oinajo iUllu,.v. v I r" ,T t nil HC: T c
, ii ij. -11 i mt-q vv k. veai. nttie iuisa
not. ana tney cant.xan into mie y , v ,4. c4.-,o-t
! J Alene and Master Jack left Saturday
too soon. ; cnv Jim for Croom.
where they will be the guests of Mrs.
Mr. R. L. Anderson was much in- L. C. Bell for several days.
tpW.H in the Star's write-up of St. Master Edwin Veal is spending im
Leo, -as he is probably primarily re
later. Most of them live in a few
blocks of the square, on well lighted
streets, where people are always pass passing,
ing, passing, and nearly all are provided with
escorts by members of their families
or friends. A few, however, live on
the outskirts, and once in awhile one
has to go home alone. Every once in
awhile, from some distant city, comes
a dispatch telling how some ruffian
has taken advantage of a helpless
When June walked into the Acme
Employment bureau, having chosen a
new one, quite naturally, since the old
one had sent her to a gambling house,
she found a new address ready for her.
A lady wanted a companion.
Her eyes widened with pleasure as
she saw the beauty of Mrs. Villard's
home. It was scarcely visible from the
street, set back of and below a tangled
profusion of shrubbery and trees. Be
fore it rolled the broad, smooth Hud Hudson;
son; Hudson; Her timidity was set entirely at
rest when in the cozy parlor just back
of the stiff drawing room she met the
kindly faced Mrs. Villard.
Companion? She was not to be a
companion to this charming and sweet
and vet sometimes sad lady. She was
to be a friend, a sister, a daughter.
They knew that much in the first three
minutes of their conversation, and then
Mrs. Villard took June up to a wonder
ful bedroom which had once been a
child's, upon the walls of which were
peacocks and roosters and gnomes and
elves. It was visiting day among the
Villard cottages and the cottages be
yond whic.li were not Villard cottages,
and June had the joy once more of giv
ing, mingled with the sorrow that there
It was late when they arrived at the
cottage of the Groggs, and as they en
tered the front door Mr. Grogg came
up from the lower road and entered the
Kirk door, fullv ten feet behind his
breath. He was a red faced man with
no blend ,lo his countenance wbatso-
week with Mrs. L. A. Tucker at Swiss
J J PAHaorfl npfir Martel.
. 1 mi I VJULIrU VI
sponsible for the college ana aDDey Mig Mary Callison of Leroy was
Hointr sifnntpd in their nresent loca-Uv.n TOOoL-.pnH cmest of Miss Carrie
o I 0
A miwiVkA rf vaare a crn in 18X1 I a ron
to be exact, long before Pasco county I ..The young torn, en.oyea a
was formed, or any railroad was built n M R t Saturday with
in South Florida, Mr. Anderson guid- Mr and Mrs. l. A. Tucker, returning
ed two wealthy old gentlemen thru with them Sunday morning to South
Mrs. Sanders and daughter-in-iaw:
Mrs: M. F. Sanders, were callers in
mir burcr Tuesday en route to L.eroy.
(Made in Marion County,
.Florida, U.S. A.)
22c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice Packing Co
XX. D. M. Barco contemplates
. A the Brick City Saturday and
ii v infr fVit Afnv Hav nartv.
IB ALL GAME
O C A L A
There will t preaching baturday
v. F. R. Bridges, pre
THAT TIRED FEELING I
All the Time
inr the Mav dav narty
Mr. and Mrs. D. Newcomb Barco
and two children of Arcadia, arrived
RnnHnv and are domiciled at bunny
1 ." !' 1 I III H I U
4 I frionHs Vipro welcome them back.
V ot V Vnl Rhinned 25 hamDers of
-.I ' r i
nninns to Jacksonville weanesaay
41 There will be quarterly conference
Lr st. Johns church Saturday and
I u v - 1 1
Sundav. May 8th and irth. lveryooay
cordially invited to attend botn aays
. I mnrnitl(r hv
t I J- t l Tt.
V 1 VJVilAVA v
vLr dinner and nreaching again Sunday
morning by Rev. Bridges. Come and
4 hear two excellent sermons.
X Mr. T. M. Morris was the guest at
i. Minnpr Sundav of Mr. and Mrs. J. n
Y Hark at Berlin
JC Mr. J. F. Parker and son Willie
4 were business visitors to Ocala Tues
x n o it
Mr. A.. W. Woodward was on the
. i o A ronnrt Viim imnrovincr
a.i ir t wmmn his nnn na icnier
I U1. AA. o IV
; Selma, motored out early luesaay
mnmintr. brinenne iirs. Vy. J. cai
who had been spending the week-end
Mclvcr & MacEay
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Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
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All Vrork Done by Licensed Eir.bal
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BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
J. K SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
OSCA COLA BOTTLING WORKS. 1
N. T. MITCHELL, V. P. N. R. DEHON, Pres.
X in Ocala with her sister,
The young folks enjoyed several
hours Dlavine rook Saturday evening
with Miss Carrie tfarco.
We want you to step in and see our
line of FOUNTAIN SYRINGES and
water bottles, all prices. The Court
CARPENTER AND JBl ILDER
Careful Estimate? Made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the City.
LOUIS R. CHAZAL & SONS CO.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
P. O. Box 475
June and Tommy Thomas.
lowness as viewed from almost any dh
"Al" the woman's voice concealed a
tremor "can we pay Mrs. Villard any
thing on the rent today?"
"Ain't you got any money?"
"Why, Al. you didn't give me any
The man searched unsteadily through
all his pockets. lie finally discovered a
half dollar anil a dime.
"rsever mind, broke in the sort voice
of Mrs. Villard as she saw tears in the
eyes of Mrs. Grogg.
Mrs. Villard. who had come to know
life in many sordid phases, took June
"Have 30U an evening gown, June,
dear?" asked Mrs. Villard in a matter
of fact sort of way and eying June
solicitously as she made this abrupt
change in their subject of thought,
"Yes." drawled June. "I'll get it to tomorrow."
morrow." tomorrow." "We are to have guests'thls evening."
And Mrs. Villard studied June's height
and figure with a calculating eye. "1
have a new little dinner dress which 1
am sure you can wear charmingly. You
are to be my family, my dear," she rat rattled
tled rattled on to cover J line's embarrassed
half protests. "I want you everywhere
Willi me. We shall have to" do some
shopping, you and I. one of these days.
You like pretty things, don't you?"
"Why, of course." laughed June, and
she colored under Mrs. Villard's ob
"Then you shall have them. My,
what a pleasure it will be to make a
dolly out of you, child! We must run
right up and dress."
The new little lace dinner frock did
become June charmingly, but she was
very thoughtful as she sat among the
gay peacocks and elves and gnomes,
very thoughtful and very sad. upon
the tiny bench in front of the windows
overlooking the broad river. Iler brain
was seething with new ideas, knowl
edge which had been thrust upon her.
sympathies which tugged and pulled
First Mrs. Grogg. June had feared
for that forlorn woman, feared for her
at this moment, alone down there with
that animal who had fallen so far
from the image of God. Yet what was
there to fear? Mrs. Grogg had en endured
dured endured and was enduring now and
would endure again, and when her
lord and master happened to be sober
and happened to have any money he
might give his wife a little of it, might
take compassion on her dire poverty
and her need. The geraniums proved
that he had a trace of the quality con concealed
cealed concealed in him. It was the same old
problem. June's own problem, only In
Its most sordid form. Dear Ned! There
was no comparison, yet it was always
the man who owned, the man who
gave. The woman could only receive.
She could not give because the man
possessing her already owned all that
the had to offer, even her love.
On the corner of Vander street and
Duck alley was Ned, Interviewing a
skinny legged girl who sniffled continu
ously, both while she was pulling up
her stockings and while she was not not-In
In not-In her cheek was a wad of gum, and In
her eye was all the lively expression
found in the eye of a dead fish. Ned
Warner dredged for Information for
two sordid minutes and went away,
and Officer Tierman walked straight
over to the stocking puller.
"What did that guy want?" he de demanded.
manded. demanded. "He was astin about a girl."
"This p:irty described the girl, didn't
"Uh-hunn sawed off blond. Say.
what 13 it to you?" And she sniffled
Officer Tierman walked back to his
post with a troubled brow, and he
shook his long, narrow head" as he
looked after the industrious Ned Warner.
CNE sprang suddenly from her
little bench overlooking the
river. Mrs. Grogg and her in intolerable
tolerable intolerable position persisted in
jumping into June's mind and staying
there. The guests had not yet arrived.
The impulsive girl hurried down and
out of the back door, across the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful rear porch and down the winding
and twisting little steps toward tbe
Villard cottaces. Mrs. Grogg wa sit sitting
ting sitting in the kitchen in stony silence
when June arrived there, a silence
from which weeping had long since
IF I BOUGHT A PIANO
(By Herbert Lattner)
I 'will tell you some things I'd require if I bought a
Piano learned by studying their construction and selling
Pianos for years. I could save, I judge, $100 by buying
the right kind of a Piano at the right kind of price from
the right kind of merchant.
I would want to get a Piano with a pure, liquid, mel mellow
low mellow tone and a light, rapid action of the keys.
I would want to get a Piano with a plain, handsome
case design and a beautiful art finish a Piano I would be
proud to have in my home.
I would want a Piano that a reliable merchant would
not hesitate to guarantee. In a Piano of my own, bought
for many years use, I would expect immense durability.
I would want to buy a Piano direct from the merchant,
eliminating the "agents, salesmen's, solicitors, etc., salary
and expenses, thus saving a large sum of money. In
other words, I would want a Piano at the proper price. If
I could pay cash. I would; if not, I would buy it on conven convenient
ient convenient terms.
After years of experience in the music business, the
best I have gained is my customers faith in the Pianos I
sell and what I say to them about these Pianos, and my
chief aim is to justify that faith.
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MEIILIN & SONS J. & C FISCHER
W. W. KIMBALL CO
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Mo Exttra CSuaFee 1
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is quite convenient for traveling men and transient people generally. J
We use the best of everything that goes to giving absolute satisfac- ft
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(Continued on Fourth Page)
WANT ADS., For Sale Ads.,
For Rent Ads., Lost and Found Ads., are all ef-
p fective in their numerous and various ways when
f used properly. When you have an ad. of this dis-
cription put it in the STAR. It will be read
in all parts of the city, hence the desired result.
CORONATION OF THE ii
KING AND QUEEN i
! OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
ffs fun fo a prefer
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 19l
I Of the May and Accompanying Ex
ercises Will be the Pretty Event
of Saturday Afternoon
Program for May 8th, at the Woman's ens and little Miss Margaret Stevens,
! who were returning from Jacksonville.
A Pleasant River Trip
The voting for the king and queen
IF YOU ARE DOING YOUR GARDENING WITH
SOME WORN-OUT, OLD-FASHIONED TOOLS YOU
DON'T SEE WHERE THE FUN OF GARDENING
COMES IN, DO YOU? THERE ISN'T ANY.
BUT WHEN YOU HAVE OUR NEW GARDEN
TOOLS YOU CAN DO THE WORK SO EASILY AND
QUICKLY THAT IT IS JUST FUN TO DO IT.
COME IN AND SEE OUR "LABOR-SAVERS' FOR
MARION HARDWARE COMPANY
PHONE 1 1 8, - OCALA, FLA.
i On Saturday afternoon, May 8th, j
; tVi fnllYttHnor nrofram. arraneed by
! Mrs. W. D. Cam, chairman of educa- j Mrs. J. W. Davis was hostess in a day afternoon and evening,
HUH, Will UC icuucicu. x
jusjC- i took a number of her friends out to
Brief talk by each chairman on ed- Silver Springs, where a most appitiz appitiz-ucational
ucational appitiz-ucational value of department which j ing fish fry had been prepared for
she represents. their enjoyment. After all had been
Address by Prof. W. H. Cassels. j feasted the party boarded the City
Music. Ocala and were taken down Silver
Tomato club report by Mrs. J. R. river for several miles. The trip in
; .uoornead, county canning ciuo agniu;wc w ;OI-man Horn
The hostesses for the social half- j oi tne river scenery oy moongnt was
hour will be Mrs. W. D. Cam and j most enjoyable. During the evening
Mrs. W. T. Whitley. I dancing was indulged in by the young- ...
i m l a nil t
! er members oi tne party, inose par par-j
j par-j taking of Mrs. Davis hospitality last
evenine: were the following: Miss Al-
Complimenting her sister-in-law, ; berta Weeks Lillian Goldbold, Isa Isa-Miss
Miss Isa-Miss Ellen Leigh of Jacksonville, Mrs. j bel Davis, Mrs. M. Godbold, Mrs. H.
Samuel E. Leigh was hostess this aft- j G Smith of Virginia, Messrs. R. S.
Miss Leigh Honoree
ernoon to an informal three table auc- j RogerSf e. j. Close,
tion party at her home on Wenona j Lagrange Sistrunk, E
Loureen Spencer 2,420
Isabel Davis 799
Louise Rentz 48'j
Callie Gissendaner 43G
James Chace 2,471
Charles Duval 489
The ladies in charge of the Mayday
are much pleased with the
result and are now busing in prepar
ing for the program of Saturday,
which will be as follows:
2 p. m. Children meet and form
Frank Sanders, parade.
This is our
R. E. Lavton. W. 2:30 p. m. From Bell lot on tort
street. The affair was most delight- j Lane l. W. Riley; Masters Ivan King avenue to courthouse square,
ful and the dozen friends enjoyed : B0ner jm y. Davis, Malcolm Davis, where prizes will be "awarded for best
greatly the hours with the gracious ( Qhas Harris, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. decorated vehicles.
hostess and lovely guest of honor. jE Harrjs an(j the hostess. 3 p. m. Crowning of king and
Nasturtiums and oleander blooms were j aueen of Mav.
combined to form the pretty dec- nftW th. !fnr Pfa." 3:30 P- m. May-pole dances and
orations. The prize for top score was music.
a box of correspondence cards and a be gjven under auspices of Willie May Lang, queen of the fair-
similar gift was presented Miss j ocaia chapter No. 29, Order Eastern ies, will crown the king and queen.
Leigh. Mrs. t,. w. Hunter assisted st t Yonee's hall Thursday. 8:15 Music will be furnished by Mr.
the hostess in serving at the con-p m pril 29, 1915. Plenty of fun Boutwell, Miss Mary Gates and Miss
elusion of the games, tne reiresn-. amJ good musjc Admission 25 cents, Mary Connor while the fames are
mm a ll J
ments consisting oi iruit saiaa, sana- inclu(jing refreshments,
wiches, olives, saltines and ginger ale. j
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
Manufactured for the pressing of f
Palm Beach and Duck Suits
. 11 a x. "L.
neatea oy steam, n can not scorcii.
The pressure being direct, not sliding, y
it can not wear cr tear, iau ana see
it do the woik.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
fnin n b
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
!ale. County and City Depository.
And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin Vincent
cent Vincent Was Unable to Attend to
Any of Her Housework
Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for
three summers," writes Airs. Walter
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
last time, was my worst.
I had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my
I also had dreadful pains in my back
and sides and when one of those weak,
sinking spells would come on me, I
would have to give up and lie down,
until it wore of f.
I was crtainly in a dreadful state of
health, when I finally decided to try
CarduL the woman's tonic, and I firm'y
believe I would have died if I hadn't
After I began taking Cardui, I was
greatly helped, and all three bottles re
lieved me entirely.
I fattened up, and grew so much
stronger in three months, I felt like an
other person altogether."
Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-
acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic
effect, on the womanly constitution.
Cardui makes for increased strength,
improves the appetite, tones up the ner nervous
vous nervous system; and helps to make pale,
sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy.
Cardui has helped more than a million
weak women, during the past 50 years.
It will surely do for you, what it has
done for them. Try Cardui today.
Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Ladies' Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga, Tenn.. for Special In Instructions
structions Instructions on your case a d 64-page book. "Home
Treatment for Women." seat in plain wrapper. J-6a
Mrs. Edward Holder was a business
visitor this afternoon to Dunnellon.
nrul Cirms rnuntv. She made the triD V...........
in her car and was accompanied byjY nprjvr
her guest, Mrs. S. C. Knudsen of;
T,VplnnH ttrA Mrs. J. f! H. TCoonrf X
The North Ocala school was pre presented
sented presented with a picture of Frances Wil Wil-lard
lard Wil-lard yesterday by the W. C. T. U. Mrs.
H. C. Packham. state chairman of
purity of literature and art, and Mrs.4
G. W. Martin, superintendent of the!..
L. T. L., made talks. Miss Ella Men- j X
denhall, principal of the school, ac-rt
cepted the picture. The exercises,!,
with the exception of the brief talks, X
were confined to-the singing of sev-jv
eral songs by the pupils. The W. C.
T. U. members present were Mrs.
Packham, Mrs. J. M. Gross, Mrs. B.
H. Seymour, Mrs. S. A. Standley,
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and Mrs. G. W.
Little Miss Alice Bullock Miller of
Tampa is the guest of her grandpar grandparents,
ents, grandparents, Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Ford of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville left today for Atlanta to
spend the remainder of the week at attending
tending attending grand opera. Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Ford will be the guests of Mr.
Ford's sister, Mrs. R. T. Birdsey in
Made from Original Coca Coca-Cola
Cola Coca-Cola x Formula
Carbonated with Distilled
water. Bottles washed in
hot distilled water.
A CLEAN DRINK
AND A CLEAN BOTTLE
dancing around the May-poles. The
band will give a concert at night.
There will be three booths. The
cake and ice cream booth will be in
charge of Mrs. J. R. Dewey, the candy
and confetti booth in charge of Mrs.
A. T. Thomas, the flower booth in
charge of Mrs. J. C. Caldwell.
All persons making contributions of
cake, candy and flowers will please
leave same with Mrs. H. C. Groves at
courthouse square by 2 o'clock p. m.,
X Saturday, May 1st
Children who desire to take part in
the program will please meet at 2
o clock on the Bell lot on rort King
avenue to form the parade. Names
of children should be given Mrs. L. F
Blalock at as early date as possible.
VELVET ICE CREAM
MARION BOTTLING &
ICE CREAM CO.
PHONE 523 OCALA, FLA.
HOW THE STORY GREW
"On every ear it spread, on every
tongue it grew,
And every one who told it added
Welcome members of the Order
Eastern Star and friends at Yonge's
hall Thursday evening, April 20th,
1915. The sketch, "How- the Story
Grew," will be "given under auspices
of Ocala Chapter No. 29, Order East Eastern
ern Eastern Star. Plenty of fun, good nnLic.
Admission 25 cents, including refresh
No Soda, Cigars, Tobacco,
Cigare tes or c hewing Gun:
will be charged.
AGENTS NVAL'S FAMILY IlEMILHES
A Big 2Sc L-V Busr OotI
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Frea with m purchase of m 60o bottla of Liquid Veneer provided
this coupon Is filled In with your name ar.d address and la pr pr-a
a pr-a anted at our store Friday iVu 30 otherwise the coupon la void
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The L-VDnst Cloth is just what you need for your rprinjf cleaning. It Is mads
from a new "crinkled" fabric called Crepette making it far superior to any
other Dust Cloth. This material picks up a remarkable amount of dust and dirt
before washing becomes necessary. It also tl'.T.r.fccts. du&3 and pOLs'iea all in
one opcratioa. lie sure to get one.
HOOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR
RAlTESeSCSS- 75c to $1.50 KO HIGHER
Dining Room with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the House
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LOUIS N. LONG, Prop.
The only Hotel on the Sqtiare
LAKE WEIR YACHT CLUB
Mfl Sttur Mie
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
Try a Star Want Ad. They bring results
Mrs. Leon Fishel and daughter
Elizabeth, leave in- a fortnight for
Baltimore to spend the summer with
Mrs. Fish el's parents, Mr. and, Mrs.
After a visit of a few days to Mrs.
E. P. Rentz, Mrs. Jack Rentz and
daughter Emily, left this afternoon
Mrs. T. G. Wiley of Jacksonville,
pleasantly known in this city, where
she has visited her sister, Mrs. B. H.
Seymour, will leave the middle of
May for an extended trip in the west.
Mr. Wiley will accompany his wife
and they will spend several weeks at
the Panama Exposition.
Miss Mabel Lytle of Stanton -has
entered the seventh grade to finish
out the school term, the school at
Stanton having closed this week.
Mrs. J. C. Garrett, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. H. W. Henry!
at Lake Weir since leaving Ocala, left
yesterday for New York state to en
ter a sanitarium for several weeks.
In June she will be joined in Virginia
by her daughter and son, Miss Mary
and Donald Garrett, and after an ex
tended visit there with relatives will
leave, with her son, for China to join
her husband and resume her work in
the missionary field. Miss Garrett will
visit relatives until her parents return.
Mrs. S. C. Knudsen of Lakeland is
the guest for a few days of Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward Holder.
Miss Bessie MacKay and guest,
Miss Frances Stark, of Ahbeville, S.
C, Messrs. O. B. Howse and W. D.
Taylor, in the latter's car, motored to
Miss Alice Campbell is the guest
until Saturday of Mrs. J. N. Shedd at j
Miss Grace Burwell of Brooksville
is visiting her cousins, Dr. and Mrs.
W. K. Lane for a few days.
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Eastlake, Fla., April 12, 1915.
The Saturday night dances at the
club house will be continued until fur further
ther further notice. It has been decided to
meet at the club house every Saturday
at 6 o'clock for a picnic supper fol
lowed by dancing and cards.
The Thursday afternoon teas wiP
also be continued until further notice.
David S. Woodrow,
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR
9ff .ft-: v
K.. T -- yO
E. C. Jordan & Co.
219 WEST BROADWAY
One of the most desirable lots in
North Ocala. Will take as part pay
ment 1 horse and buggy. Animal
must be young and perfectly gentle
so that any lady can drive in perfect
safety. Apply W. H. McConn. Mon.
Wed. Thur. lm.
The Adamsville annual picnic wil!
be held Thursday. May 13th, lOlo
Everybody invited to come and brmp
well filled baskets. Ice cream and
lemonade will be sold for the benefit
A 1 Tlinn l'l11 a r fn TYl
22c PER POUND, DELIVERID X bail as isS.
M. S. Hill
I'Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
W B. Swicord.
G. W. Caruthers.
STOMACH TROUBLE CURED
OF THE THINGS WE MAKE
Jaxon Metal Shingles.
Jaxon Metal Or III nr.
Bare Trough and Gntters.
Conductor Mpe rutins.
Shert Metal Roofln?.
Breta! "Brick" Sldlnsr.
Metal "Stone" Siding.
Arme Xetab!e Culrerts.
Imperial Riveted Culvert.
Turpentine Still and Cnpa.
Sheet Metal Cornlee.
Sheet Metal Skylights.
Dredge Pipe and Fittings.
General Sheet Metal Worker.
Ask your dealer or write n for eata-
Mrs. C. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa.,
stomach trouble. I would have sour
writes, "For some time I suffered from
stomach and feel bloated after eating.
Nothing benefited me until I got
Chamberlain's Tablets. After taking
two bottles of them I was cured." For
sale by all dealers. Adv.
, 0 (Mf&0Bd
Hing Fisher Rods
Winiing Reels, Etc.
We carry the best of everything in tin
Fishing Tackle andFporting Good?
Our prices are reasonable. WHY PAY MORE ? f
flf&IA LOAN AND PAWN OFFIfF.
A m Am a am aW s a a a a aaa
Go North By Sea
JACKSONVILLE TO BALTIMORE
ANO PHILADE HI K
Ths RORIDA MfTAL PRODUCTS CO.
S6SO Everen Are,
I ... N 111 A A 1 Ji
j itecruiting umcer u aai s me gwu
Mice TTmr,, To v, o c, fiof coming here and Eaying you're onlj
aJJ AC-aa.a. 11U J 1 LU1 11VU
i r .. , seventeen rears old! Go and wait
nome irom a visit, oi several weeKS to .
, . around that yard and ccme back and
relatives m Atlanta. gee .f youre DOt nineteen.-Punch.
Mrs. I. V. Stevens, who has beenj HJ p!easure.
visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and My dear eTery woman ought to
Mrs. B. A. Weathers since Easter,; Wn a club It-S so refreshing to
returned to Lakeland yesterday. She j )iackball some one you don't like."
was joined at the station by Mr. Stev-1 'Me.
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 April 14 "to April 20, 1915, in inclusive,
clusive, inclusive, raised the assessed valuation
on the following described property in
said city, to-wit:
20 feet north and south by GO feet
east and west in northeast comer lot
1 block 48 Old Survey Ocala, raised
from $750 to $1000.
Lot 2 block 51 Old Survey Ocala
raised from S600 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 Garv'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., sA
council chambers, Ocala, Florida. All
objections to be in writing.
28-lt IL C. Sistrunk,
City Clerk and Assessor of Taxes for
City of Ocala, Florida. 23-lt
1 Boston $27.00
New York 21.10
Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on stearr.er. Savings foi
Baltimore, Wednesday and Saturday, for Philadelphia Thursday and Sun
day. For tickets and other information, call on or addres3
"MERCHANTS & MIXERS TRANSPORTATION CO."
O Q J
Mil 7 Hi
Tickets good on all regular trains. Final limit May 13th.
STANDARD RAILROAD Ot THE SOUTH
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1915
JCIfl SOil "FFIS
(Continued from Third Pa?e)
For Velvet Ice Cream Phone 525. tf
May baskets The Murray Company.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Sheriff Galloway has returned from
a business trip to Tallahassee.
We have a large stock of old soap
which we are selling real cheap. All
good quality. Gerig's. 4-87-tf
A proud young Ocala father admits
that his baby is not pretty. He should
be given a Carnegie medal.
Rexall Liver Sajts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
Dr. Blitch was in town yesterday,
having returned from a long trip
around the state.
SEE IliK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf jles, milk and eggs, tf
Mr. Cleghorn of the Daylight Line
has returned from a business trip to
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
Mr. John H. Mathews of Candler
was among the visitors in town to
First of ;he season Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
Dr. Seymour of Bushnell was in the
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Dr. J. E. Klock of Eastlake was a
visitor in the city yesterday.
The most satisfying box of candy,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Stores only. ; 22-tf.
Mr. H. M.Sherouse of Reddick and
MrGr WT Parker of Bradentown,
""were in the city yesterday, having
just returned from Citrus county
where they are interested in a rea
'An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask
for Triola Sweets. 22tf
Lieut. Curry Campbell of the Ocala
Rifles, was a business visitor to Ox
ford last night, attending to business
in connection with his office.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe, tf
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar. ;
Mr. J. A. Talton the Anthony
trucker was in the city yesterday.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
with more than one registered phar
Mr. J. G. Swaim, the painter, is en engaged
gaged engaged in repainting two residences
at Shady. He expects to complete
both jobs this week.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Mr. R. C. Fort, one of the success
ful fruit and truck growers of the
east side of the Oklawaha river, was
in the city yesterday to dispose of a
quantity of first class late grapefruit
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
Mr. W. H. McRainey, the Wildwood
crate manufacturer, was in the city
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.
Give her a box of NORRIS' CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES the best made. The Court
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
May baskets The Murray Company.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; with
modern conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three blocks from court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf
FOR SALE At sacrifice, Ford auto
mobile in excellent condition. Ad Address
dress Address Ford, care Star. 28-6t
FOR RENT Attractive, new seven-
room cottage with all modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. 923 Oklawaha avenue.
Apply to Miss Alice Bullock. 4-27-tf
FOR SALE Living, dining room and
bedroom furniture. Apply at 15 N.
Sanchez street. 27-3t-
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
WANTED Prices on carload of good
beggar weed hay. The John Dozier
WANTED To buy a lot of hogs. Ap
ply to C. P. Howell, Box 188, Ocala,
WANTED To lease or buy, two sec
ond-hand syrup boilers of 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.
FOR SALE Large white chrysan chrysanthemum
themum chrysanthemum plants, 30 cents per ddzen.
Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
street. 4-7 tf.
WANTED Work, by a young wom woman,
an, woman, able to fill position as cook or
chambermaid. Applicant i s 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
Chicago, April 23 May wheat,
July pork, $18.12.
Subscribe for your magazines at
The Murray Company. 3t
On Saturday evening, May 1st,
Mrs. William Cotner will be in the
city to assist with the work of the
Good Samaritan Army at its hall, No.
10 Fort King avenue. The -meetings
are now behig held at 7:30 in the eve evening,
ning, evening, and the public is cordially invit invited
ed invited to be present.
Mr. H. H. Paulling, one of the pop popular
ular popular traveling clothing salesmen who
makes this territory quarterly, is in
the city today.
Globe-Wernicke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. 3t
The members of the Ocala fire de department
partment department look happy in their cool
summer uniforms, which arrived a
few days ago.
Our limepieces are
Accurate;, Is "Yours?
DID YOU EVER MISS, A TRAIN BECAUSE YOUR WATCH WAS
HAVE YOU EVER BEEN LATE IN FILLING AN IMPORTANT EN ENGAGEMENT
GAGEMENT ENGAGEMENT BECAUSE YOUR TIME-PIECE WASOUT OF WHACK?"
IF SO. YOU CAN AVOID SUCH ANNOYANCES BY COMING TO US
AND BUYJNG A TIME-PIECE WHICH YOU CAN DEPEND UPON TO
"GET YOU THERE" ON TIME.
A. E. BURNETT
OCAIA'S RELIABLE JEWELER
Golf Match at Country Club
A number of golf enthusiasts gath gathered
ered gathered on the gallery of the Ocala Coun Country
try Country Club today to view the match
game played between members of the
Florida Country Club, Jacksonville,
and the Ocala Country Club.
At 1 o'clock the scores were as fol
lows, 18 holes of the 86 holes having
Jacksonville: W. I. Anderson, 0
points; J. H. Tucker, Jr., 2; Montgom Montgomery
ery Montgomery Corse, 0; G. C. Perkins 3; E. M.
Sanderson, 2; C. R. WTilcox, 2; G. J.
Evans, 3; L. F. Baya, 2. Total 17
Ocala: Clarence Camp, 3 points;
Frank Drake, 0; Herbert Lattner, 0;
G. K. Robinson, 3; R. K. Robinson, 0;
Phil Robinson, 1; Stephen Jewett, 0;
J. M. Thomas, 0; I. F. Bennett, 1.
Total, 8 points.
The local players were hopeful of
making the final totals closer, in the
Shortly after 1 o'clock a course
luncheon was served in the attractive
club house dining room, covers for
twenty being laid at one long table.
Sweet peas, prettily arranged in three
vases were used exclusively in the
floral appointments of the table. The
menu included a variety of deliciously
prepared dishes and full justice was
done each by the players who were
ready all too soon for lunch.
Those witnessing the match found
auction and fancy work a pleasant
Mrs. Holtzclaw, who came up from
Candler yesterday, will return home
Mrs. Earl Sheridan, after a pleasant
visit to her father, Mr. G. T. Liddon
and other relatives, left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for her home in Apalachicola.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mason of Win Winter
ter Winter Park, during their two days' so sojourn
journ sojourn in the city renewed a number
of acquaintances. Mr. Mason is the
efficient pitcher of his home town
baseball team and Mrs. Mason was
before her marriage Miss Dorothy
Temple, a Rollins College girl. The
couple enjoy a large friendship in the
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Burden, who live
on the farm of Mr. J. R. Dewrey east
of town, are now occupying a com commodious
modious commodious new house, built by Mr.
Dewey to replace the one recently
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lurvey and
daughter Frances, are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Marsh until they
leave for the north to spend the sum summer.
mer. summer. N
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lurvey, who
have been visiting their son, Mr. J. G.
Lurvey and family since early winter,
4c?t-Saturday for their home in Port Portland,
land, Portland, Maine. They are an estimable
couple and have many friends who
hope that they will return next win winter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin expect to
leave the first week in May for Old
Point Comfort, Va., where they go to
attend the bankers' convention, which
meets there. Tampa Tribune.
Mrs. Thomas Keating of Daytona
arrived this forenoon on the Ocala
Northern for a few days' visit with
her son, Mr. Roland Keating, and
other Ocala friends.
Mrs. M. M. Little returned today
from a visit to Starke, Baldwin and
Macclenny on business connected with
the Epworth League organization
work. .She is editor of the league de department
partment department of the Florida Christian Ad
vocate. The meetings were quite well
Miss Nona Sewell of Brooksville is
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. P. Gallo Galloway.
way. Galloway. Miss Caull came up from Candler
today to visit her sister, Mrs. "Elliott.
"Mrs. J. L. Davis of Irvine is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Sue Mclver.
(Translated) Correct Coiffure; for Ladies
Special Demonstration and Sale oi
Commissionery Williams and Judge
Warner went fishing at Orange Lake
yesterday morning. Judge Warner
caught eight fish and Commissioner
Williams admired the scenery. The
commissioner said it was beautiful to
watch the judge cast, and that was
all he could do. As soon as a fish
would set its face for a bite, the
judge would put a hook rich into its
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Mr. E. S. Grace of Citronelle, was
in the city yesterday en route to
Jacksonville on a few days' business
Mr. W. B. Coggins of Weirsdale
was among the business men in the
Miss Ormiston, who started up a
millinery shop in the Andeison store
room some weeks ago, hasn't found
business dull. She has sold her orig original
inal original stock several times over and has
new goods on the wTay.
Mr. R. L. Keating returned today
from Daytona, where he went several
days ago on the sad mission of ac accompanying
companying accompanying the remains of his wife
to their last resting place.
Mr. S. M. Grubbs, who has been at
Raiford for the last year or more, has
returned to Ocala, and will soon bring
his family back here to live.
Its good for the whole family, and
they all like it PEANUT BRITTLE
in boxes at the Court Pharmacy. tf
We are sole agents for VTNOL, and
this is the time of the year to take it.
The Court Pharmacy. tf
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 displa
enables you to match up the desired shad and style without delay.
An Expert Hair Goods Demonstrator in Charge of this Exhibit
ir it Mm,
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MAMY AFFLECBS Helvenston-s Store
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"biz aown. Ana Mrs. iirog gave
op the unbroken chair. "Al'a sleeping
"I just ran In," observed the girl.
"Yes. Tell Mrs. Villaru that if Al
gets home with any money tomorrow
I'll save her out what I can."
"Oh, I didn't come about the rent!"
June returned hastily. "I just ran in
to see if there was anything I can do."
"No, there's nothing can be done. Al
drank before I married him, and Le
June's eyes contracted.
"Why does he have his own way
"Because he's my husband. I'm scar scared
ed scared of Al when he's drunk."
"And you're not afraid of him when
"Well. no. There don't seem to be
anything particular about Al to be
The horror of drunkenness thnt
was it. :,
"I wouldn't be afraid of him!" June
suddenly popped oift.
The woman, looked at her with
widened eyes. r:
The door moved, and Al Grogg ap appeared
peared appeared in the doorway in his shirt
sleeves, collarless, his hair touseled.
"What you got for supper?" he
"Why, Al IrI didn't think you'd
want any." And the woman's voice
"Oh, you didn't think so! Well, I
want some supper!"
"Why, Al, I ain't got any money."
"Well, why ain't you? Come here!"
His fist went up.
"Al!" A wail of terror was in the
June stepped swiftly from behind
the stove and confronted the man. her
small fists clinched, her cheeks flam
ing, ner eyes oiazing. ne giarea at
him all her contempt and all her loath loathing
ing loathing and something more her superior superiority.
ity. superiority. The fist which had been upraised
came slowly down. His shoulders
drooped. lie was whipped.
Al Groprg's wife watched that tran transition
sition transition in him with amazement the
drooping of the eyes, the lowering of
the fist, the drooping of the shoulders.
And a small young woman in a fluffy
evening gown had done this thing!
Smash! A geranium pot just missed
Al Grogg's head and broke on the bed bedroom
room bedroom door. Hang! Another spraddling
geranium which had split down the
center brushed Al's cheek as its pot
"Looky here!" Al Grogg's tone was
chiolly one of surprise.
Other flowerpots followed from Mrs.
Grogg's hands. She had at last discov discovered
ered discovered that Al Grogg could be made
June looked at her a moment and
then trudged up the hill somewhat
frightened at her own responsibility in
this domestic upheaval. The guests
had arrived when she reached the
house. Tommy Thomas! With Tom Tommy
my Tommy was a white lhustached, pink faced
man. The runaway bride was sur-
nri;wi and nuvLzJed at the aDDearance
ui .lummy in tnis place, out tue wuite
mustached man occupied more of her
thought They were finishing dinner
when Mrs. Villard was called away.
The white mustached man was trying
tdf induce June to smoke a cigarette.
June suddenly looked up and saw in
the doorway between the portieres of
heavy velours the dark, handsome face
of Gilbert Blye!
"Tut. tut Grin!" came the suave
voice of the black Vandyked man. "I
won't have this little runaway bride
taught bad habits."
June flushed and turned with some
embarrassment to Mrs. Villard, who
followed Blye into the doorway.
Blye! Always Blye! He hovered
about after they had lounged into the
billiard room and conservatory, but
the white mustached man monopolized
June. Every time she tried to get
away from him Tommy Thomas man-
jfcssentien Stcatiemg, Jfla
jFrtoap, april 30tl), 2:30 p. iH.
The Management ol ft. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Elec tc Institute
Announces the noving oi the Institute
oflicesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333
aged by some afckkiit to throw them i
together nyrsiiii. June finally left the j
guests an. I wont t her I'mhu. She had j
decided to : hark to the O'Keefe j
house of refuse. j
Closer and closer Irel gath-Ted the
siege on the house of O'Ktefr. IV.t by
bitatom by atom. traces h.nl been j
picked up. j
Closer and closer grew the t i!s uutil :
Marie no longer dared sth-k her nose j
out of the vin:low lest s-.i;ie vim
should report her to Ned or to June's
father and mother. Hut Nee s detec detectives
tives detectives finally got detinite iufor. ion.
One day a long. lean slinl.rr with
cadaverous cheeks eame up to Ned
from Duck alley and looked :p at the j
O'Keefe residence with -solei!iii" inter-
'Thats the place." he said.
"Yes; it's the place." Ntd Warner's j
voice was hollow, but there was a ju jubilant
bilant jubilant ring in it. "Go and tell Mr.
The lean individual hurried away
and presently came back on the driver
seat of a limousine. Inside were the
stern faced father and the gentle faced
mother of June an! June's bosom
friend, the ebullient Iris Ilethering.M
and Bobbie niethering.
"This is the place. said stern John
Moore, looking up at the narrow front
of the O'Keefe residence, and, stalking
out, he helped the others alight.
Sammy O'Keefe came to the door In
answer to Ned's ring, and a much
Piano Duet "Invitation to the Dance" Weber
Misses Falana and Pinkney
Rev. A. L. James, Pastor Mt. Moriah Baptist Church,
Quartette "The Star of the Deep" Bingham
Miss Wiley, Messrs. Bas, Cook and Maxwell
Oration, "Elements of Success"
Bettie Theola Nelson, Martin
Piano Solo. .
. ."Dance of the Demon".
Oration, "The Economic Development of Man"
James Lynwood Bass, Weirsdale
Vocal Solo "Maytime" Cowdell
Oration, "Some of the Essentials of Life"
Gilbert Washington -Maxwell, Floral City
Piano Duet "Moonlight" Wilson
Misses Pinkney and Falana
Honorable E. L. Wartmann, Member of the Board of
Control Florida Educational Institutions, Citra, Fla.
Professor J. H. Brinson, Superintendent of Education
Chorus "The Vikings" "Faning
Rev. E. J. Jackson, Pastor of Mt. Zion A. M. E.
Church, Ocala, Fla.
Blye! Always Blye!
wrinkled face poked itself out of the
second story window.
"Does June Warner live here ;" asked
The head in the second st- ry window
was jerked in inum-diately. and there
wasa hasty shufile on the stairs lead leading
ing leading to the thhd floor. ;i shutlle i:i:d by
setting u i t!ie right foot first uiid j-.uil- j
ins the left one up to it. Al-o there
was a mad s.-nimbling on the third
floor, while Sammy O'Keefe in the
front doorway !okd thr throne n the
eye with admirable truthfulness and
swore that there was no June Warner
there, no June Moore, no June any
thing: that there had never been any
June in the house except the one be between
tween between May and July; that there had
never been in this house any such
young lady as the one who had just
been described: tjpt there probably
never would be: that ho had never
seen such .i young lady or heard of
one or ex pi tcd to or hoped to.
"What's the matter here. Sammy ?' the
Widow O'Keefe herself asked, panting
considerably and h ldiug a much warp warped
ed warped hand over her heart, but talking
"Come, search the house!" she proud proudly
ly proudly da red t hem. "I f you fl nd h ide or hair
of any such two young ladies, one or
either of them. I'll go to Jail if you
can find an ofiieer to make the arrest.
Come on in. all of you!"
Some of them were for holding back,
but Ned Warner was perfectly callous
as to whether or not to took any one's
word or doubted it. lie meant to find
P.y the circumstance of bringing
home a genuine gourd to little Magg!e
Casey. June came home around by an
extremely back way and so missed the
"Search the cellar, if you please!"
-mocked the Widow O'Keefe, leading
the way. "Maybe you'll look in the
kindly bin! And here'.s the coal chute!
Now come on upstairs! Here's the ball
that you saw before, and here's rny son
Sammy, a fine voting boy .still: and this
is the parlor. The organ there, sir. is
not hollow. ;js you can toll by lifting up
the lids! Op. n all the doors and see.
The place w.-ts vacant. No one was
there. Ned Warner, puzzled and deter deter-rnined.
rnined. deter-rnined. Inspected the third floor. No re results.
sults. results. The Widow O'Keefe had gath gathered
ered gathered up all the clothes and belongings
and put them in a sheet and poked
them Into Mrs. MeTherson's third story
June Warner tripped lightly across
the ureet let herself In at the Widow
O'Keef.-'s front door and trotted brisk briskly
ly briskly up the stairs. She swung around the
"Maybe you'd like to look up the
chimneys." suggested the Widow
O'Keefe on the third floor.
Ned Warner walked toward the hall
June Warner started up to the third
(To be Continued)
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