The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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SUBMARINES (IF GERMAIIV
London, May 3. The week-end has
been marked by relatively mild activ activity
ity activity in the North Sea, and a resump resumption
tion resumption of the submarine blockade by
German craft, which has destroyed or
damaged three vessels off the Scilly
Islands, one of the victims being the
American oil tank steamer Gulflight.
ALLIES PUSHING ON
No further official announcements
have been made concerning the Dar Dardanelles
danelles Dardanelles fighting. Unofficial dispatches
dispatches agree that the allies are
progressing toward the narrows un under
der under cover of the fire of their naval
guns, which are inflicting great dam damage
age damage on the Turkish defenses.
The late Turkish official announce announcement,
ment, announcement, which claims a victory over the
British land forces near Gapatopeh in
the Gallipoli peninsula, does not agree
with the British official report Satur Saturday.,.
day.,. Saturday.,. ';- -: .- '..'"7
KAISER MAY CUT RUSSIAN COM COM-MUNICATIONS
MUNICATIONS COM-MUNICATIONS Petrograd claims the German ad-
vance toward Riga is only a raid, but
London is uneasy lest the German
forces may be sufficient to threaten
the Russian communications.
PETROGRAD REPORTS CAPTURE
OF AN IMPORTANT POINT
Petrograd, Mi
tion of
. The Russian
ltion of a, a smau vn-
Zmmmmmmr- Vzsok paSS, is re-
: s 'a decided achievement
.-vvv i.thiar campaign. It ser-
r- tne important ran ran-.etw.
.etw. ran-.etw. irt the town of Uzok
iahich made possible ex-
-.an operations that re re--
- re-- Russian advance toward
Iroad, running just to the
ie Austrian center and paral-
.e line of the most important
nits of the Beskids, has enabled
Xae Austrians to transfer troops al almost
most almost instantly to any point on ,this
part of the Carpathian front.
During the past week,as the Rus Russian
sian Russian advance developed toward Uzsok
pass the Austrians exerted their en
tire strength to protect this railroad.
Seizure of Loubnia gives the Rus
sian artillery command of a part of
the railroad line, virtually disqualify
ing it from further service. 1
Furious Austrian efforts to retake
Lougnia culminated April 26 and 27
in a hand-to-hand encounter, after
which the attackers retired. k
The authorities report that in this
region as well as at Luphow. and
Stry, the Austrian troops were not
assisted by the Germans who are 'said
to be concentrating at Cracow, west western
ern western Galicia.
MRS. CARMAN ON
TRIAL AT MINEOLA
(Associated Press)
Mineola, N. Y., May 3. -Mrs. Flor Florence
ence Florence Conklin Carman was placed on
trial here today for the second time
on an indictment charging her with
the murder of Mrs. Louise D. Bailey,
at Freeport. The jury in the first
trial disagreed. The selection of a
jury proceeded slowly. Mrs. Bailey
was killed bv a shot fired through a
window in the office of Dr. Edward!
Carman, where Mrs. Bailey was con
suiting the physician. The killing oc
curred last June.
TRUST BUSTERS TRIUMPH
Tallahassee, May 1. The biggest
thing done in the House today was the
passage of the Harrison anti-trust
bill. It occupied second place on the
calendar of bills on third reading
vhen the House met this morning and
was reaehed early in the session.
We are sole agents for VINOLand
this is the time of the year to take it.
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A GREAT SUCCESS
The Mayday Celebration Was Beauti Beautiful
ful Beautiful and Well Attended
The Mayday exercises, the begin beginning
ning beginning of which was set forth in the
Star of Saturday, were carried to a
-most successful conclusion.
The parade passed down Fort King
avenue and up Main street to the
square. A large number of people,
including many from out in the coun country,
try, country, were present to see it, and it was
greatly applauded.
At the throneerected for the pur purpose
pose purpose on the courthouse lawn, the cor coronation
onation coronation took place. Miss Williemae
Lang, the fairy queen, placed the
crown on the head of the queen of the
May, Miss Loureen Spencer, and then
also crowned his Royal Majesty
J ames Cbace. In worldly royalties,
the king is superior to the queen, but
the fairies are wiser, and-give the
queen her rightful place. The sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns were enthusiastically hailed
by their loyat subjects. Then follow followed
ed followed the dance by the children x around
the Maypole.- It : was the v prettiest
event that has ever been seen on the
courthouse lawn.
After the dances and songs, the
judges announced the prize winners.
The judges were Mes. E. Van Hood,
Mrs. L. M. Murray and Miss Wart Wart-mann,
mann, Wart-mann, Messrs. R, L. Anderson and D.
S. Woodrow. Mr. Anderson, with ap appropriate
propriate appropriate remarks, delivered the
prizes, which were as follows:
The blue ribbon was given the Wild Wildcats
cats Wildcats (basketball girls), and the red
ribbon was given the Camp Fire girls.
Doll Carriages: The first prize, a
silk par asol, was tied for by Miss
Frances Clark and Miss May Alle Alle-good.
good. Alle-good. For decorated carts: Marion county
products, first prize, a baseball and
bat, was won by Edward Greenwood
and Doyle Smith; second prize, a
baseball bat, was won by Joe and Earl
Caldwell.
For the best dressed girl on foot,
the prize, a kewpie doll, was won by
Miss Williemae Lang.
For the best dressed boy on foot,
"Buster Brown," a go-cycle was giv given
en given to Malcolm Davis.
For the best dressed girl on a bicy bicy-cye,
cye, bicy-cye, "The Pink Lady," a hand-bag was
awarded to Miss-Callie Gissendaner.
For the best boy on a bicycle, The
Sailor Boy," a baseball was awarded
to Erwin Miller.
For the best boy on a velocipede,
"Little Boy Blue," a tango racer,
Harry Clarkson.
For the best pony cart, Fred Bla-
lock, a gold ring.
After these exercises, the crowd
gave itself up to the pleasures that
had been prepared for them. The
courthouse lawn with its ample shade,
is a most pleasant place on a spring
afternoon, and with the splendid mus music
ic music which was dispensed by the Ocala
band, no more enjoyable event ever
took place on an English village green.
Young folks and old had a good time
until almost sundown.
In the evening, the band gave an
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oner periormance, to near wmcn a
large crowd was out. An original
feature of the evening was roping off
part of the street in front of the Ocala
House. It was a good time and place,
but most of the young folks were
rather timid; however a number tan
goed and "waltzed on the pavement and
sidewalk
We did not have time to fully de describe
scribe describe the parade Saturday. First
was the big float drawn by four
horses and driven by Harry Peter,
and carrying the king and queen and
their attendants. Mr. Peter, who is
one of the most public spirited men in
the county, "put in a world of work on.
this float, in which he was ably assist

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TURKISH BATTERIES
ARMIES IHREAIEII
ed by Messrs. Frank Anthony and E.
C. Greenwood. Of the superb horses
that drew the float, Mr. Charles God God-dard
dard God-dard loaned the leaders and Mr. A. T.
Thomas the wheelers.
As we said Saturday, this was fol followed
lowed followed by the Wildcats and Campfire
girls in their floats. We were so busy
looking at the girls, we didn't notice
the floats, but other people say they
were most appropriate to their pretty
tenants. The former wore their bas basketball
ketball basketball uniforms and had two black
cats in a cage. The Campfire girls
wore their ceremonial suits and look looked
ed looked unusually pretty. A pine tree,
symbol of the organization, and a
camp with a fire were pictures and
the float was decorated elaborately
with pine tops. It deserved a blue
ribbon of its own.
Mrs, Henry Groves made the best
Mother Goose ever seen here,
bringing along a bunch of her" lore lore-known
known lore-known children, all appropriately
dressed.
The two smart little sons of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Caldwell, with their
prairie schooner drawn by goats, de deserve
serve deserve a special paragraph. They drew
the attention and approbation of all.
Mayday is a timely and beautiful
celebration. It has been observed in
England for hundreds of years, com
ing; down, from the. time when the
Saxons firt mastered the land, and is
the festival most looked forward to
by the .young people.
The civic "committee of the Woman's
Club deserves great credit for begin
ning its celebration in -Ocala. It is
second service of the sort to the city
in a few months, the civic Christmas
tree being the first. It is" the hope of
all that the custom be kept up.
The civic committee of the -Woman's
Club, which managed the affair, de
serves great praise. It is composed
of Mrs. G. J. Blitch, Mrs. C. W. Hun Hunter,
ter, Hunter, Mrs. E. C. Bennett, Mrs. W. D.
Richey, Mrs. L. F. Blalock, Mrs. O. T.
Green, Mrs. A. T. Thomas, Mrs. J. R.
Dewey, Mrs. H. W. Tuckef, Mrs. J. M.
Meffert, Mrs. J. P. Galloway, Mrs. C.
P. Howell, Mrs. W. A. Knight and
Mrs. Walter Marsh.
Mrs. J. C. Caldwell, directress of
the Junior Civic League, assisted by
Miss Nan Brooks and several little
girls, realized a neat sum from the
sale of flowers.
N The city looks "forward with pleas
ant 'anticipation to the next pretty
celebration that may be devised and
carried out by the Woman's Club.
At the Temple Thursday Evening
The committee is planning to have
the crowning of the king and queen
and the Maypole dance repeated on
the stage at the Temple Thursday
night, as so many could not see or
hear on Mayday.
SWEDISH STEABIER
ELLIDA SUNK BY A SUB
(Associated Press)
London, May 3. A Conenhaven
dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph
says the Swedish steamer Ellida
lumber laden, from Helsingberg to
Hull, has been torpedoed and sunk by
German submarines in the North Sea
The Ellida sank in less than three
minutes. The crew was saved.
MUSIC RECITAL
There will be a music recital Thurs
day evening, May 8th, at 8o'clock, at
the East Broadway church under the
auspices of the W. C. T. U. Miss Nel
he Zimmerman, harpist, and Miss
Zimmerman, pianist and contralto
will entertain. It is a treat that all
should be sure to hear. The tickets
can be bad at the Court Pharmacy
Sweet peas, 50 cents per 100; se selected
lected selected 75 cents per 100, or $4 per
10OO. Jonij. Heintz. 4-30-12t

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(Associated
Rome, May 3. A Vienna dispatch
to the Tribuna, regarded as reliable,
says that Count Agentor Goluchow-
ski, a former Austro-Hungarian for-!
eign minister, leaves immediately for
Rome on a special government mis mission.
sion. mission. This may presage renewed ef efforts
forts efforts to prolong negotiations with
Italy.
ITALY MAKES HER OWN TERMS
From persons in close touch with
the situation information has been
obtained that Italy has reached an un understanding
derstanding understanding with Great Britain and
France concerning the terms on which
she will enter the war, if she even
tually decides to do so. This infor- j
mation, unofficial but gathered from
close students of the pending nego negotiations,
tiations, negotiations, sets forth the terms of the
agreement as follows:
First, a provision fpr concerted f
military action. Italy will refrain'
from hostilities during the present
stage of desultory trench warfare,
which would enable Germany and
Austria to concentrate a large part
of their forces against her. She will
time her blow contemporaneously with
a. general effort by all the opponents
of the central empires now in the
field. :
"Second, an understanding concern
ing the territory to be awarded 'to
Italy in the event of victory.
"Third, a provision that after the
war r.n alliance shall be formed be between
tween between Italy and the preesnt triple en entente,
tente, entente, Great Britain, France and Rus Russia."
sia." Russia." It is estimated that at the outset
Great Britain war not disnosd to
make terms with Italy, but that Italy j
firmly declined to consider joining the
allies without first having "reached a
definite agreement with them concern
ing the nature and time of her co
operation, boundary readjustments
after the war ard permanent assist assistance
ance assistance from the allies. Italy is said to
have received powerful ass'stance
from French diplomacy in reaching
the desired understanding on these
points.
SUPREME COURf KNOCKED
OUT A FLORIDA STATUTE
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(Associated Press)
Washington, May 3. The Florida
statute making stockholders liable to
the extent of their unpaid stock sub
scription for unpaid judgments, ob obtained
tained obtained against their corporations
without further suit or order, was an annulled
nulled annulled as an unconstitutional denial
of "due" process today by the su supreme
preme supreme court. The decision was an
nounced in the case originally by the
Armour Fertilizer Co. against the
Parrish Vegetable & Fruit Co. The
fertilizer company was seeking to re
cover from Henry L. Coe, a stock
holder of the Parrish company.
SWEET PEAS FOR SALE
Beautiful sweet peas for sale, by
the dozen or hundred; packed for
mailing if desired. M. J. Roess, phone
246. : v 4-27-tf
WILL EXCHANGE AUTO
FJOR A VACANT LOT
A two-passenger, four-cylinder car,
in first class condition, fully equip equipped;
ped; equipped; new tires all around. Will-exchange
for good vacant city lots, dh-tf
FOR SALE
One of the most desirable lots in
North Ocala. Will take as part pay payment
ment payment 1 horse and buggy. Animal
must be young and perfectly gentle
so that any lady can drive in perfect
safety. Apply W. H. McConn. Mon.
Wed. Thur. lm.
HOT WATER TANK FOR SALE
A large, new, galvanized hot water
tank and connections for kitchen
range. Apply at Star office, dh-tf
Give her a box cf NORRIS' CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES the best made. The Court
Pharmacy.. tf

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!l GALICIA
FOR THE AUSTRIAN IS AN ANNOUNCED
NOUNCED ANNOUNCED FROM BERLIN
(Associated Press)
London, May 3. An imposing Aus Austrian
trian Austrian victory in western Galicia is
announced today by the German war
office, which declares that the Aus-J
trians "pierced everywhere and crush-j
ed" the entire Russian line.
FIGHTING IN FLANDERS
Sharp fighting has been resumed in
Flanders. Official statements of both
Germans and allies tell of German at attacks
tacks attacks near hill sixty, recently captur captured
ed captured by the. British, and in the vicinity
of St. Julien. Both sides claim an
advantage'. -
A MONEY-SAVING PROPOSITION
Everybody who wants to buy an
auto should read Mr. Edward Tuck Tucker's
er's Tucker's advertisement on the second
page. . TJie $50" rebr t3 on all Ford
cars is yet in effect, an i there' is a
saving of at least $5000 in Marion
county alone..
MURDER AT BURNFTTS LAikE
Coast Line Watch Inspector Swindled
and Killed by a Negro
Sheriff Galloway Sunday morning
was notified to look out for John
Moore, 24 years old, blacky clean
shaven, 5 feet 6 inches high, weigh weighing
ing weighing 140 pounds, who killed EL L. Paul-
hill of High Springs at Burnett's
Lake Saturday night.
Mr. Paulhill was a watch inspector
for the Coast Line. 'The negro ob obtained
tained obtained a watch from him by claiming
he was in the employ f the road, and
it is supposed that Mr. Paulhill was
trying to recover 'the watch when
killed. One shot wasr fired, the bullet
striking him, just over the right ear.
He was found by the crew of No. 37,
lying in a pool of blood, with prts of
his brains spattered around him."
Mr. Paulhill's relatives live near
Fort White. He was a single man,
but it is said that he was to be mar married
ried married in June. S
END OF WAR IS
ONLY A MONTH AWAY
The New York offices of the Hamburg-American
Line and the North
German Lloyd have, it is reported,
notified their officials if they wanted
a vacation they would have to take it
before June 1, as after that date
there would not be time for it. Those
officials, who were laid off during the
war, were also notified to hold them themselves
selves themselves in readiness to resume busi business.
ness. business. All of which leads to the con conclusion
clusion conclusion that the end of the war by
June 1 is certainly expected. Trans Translated
lated Translated from the Florida JStaatszeitung
of April 30, 1915. C. F. S.
CONFESSED .THE CRIME
But Claimed that Ferrell Fired the
First Shot
(Associated Press
Birmingham, May 3. Jesse White,
negro, who wa3 arrested yesterday in
connection with the killing of Dr. C.
C. Ferrell, a wealthy coal operator,
and widely known author, made a
statement today according to the po police,
lice, police, in which he said he killed Fer
rell after the later fired at him.
According to the authorities, White
said he and another negro stopped
for a moment at the commissary
building of the coal company, that
Ferrell appeared and fired at him
with a revolver, and that he replied
with a shotgun.
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Washington, May 3. Official Wash-1
ington is cheered today by the coon- j
try's better business outlook, as in
dicated in reports to ,the federal re reserve
serve reserve board from agents in twelve re reserve
serve reserve districts. The report shows a
general trade improvement. Return Returning
ing Returning confidence is shown. The activity
of the industries supplying war ma material
terial material in Europe is a feature.
New York reports a I general im improvement;
provement; improvement; the Boston district, slight;
Philadelphia, fair; Cleveland, good;
Atlanta, increased activity j'. Chicago,
activity; Minneapolis, unpronounced ;
St. Louis and Kansas City say the
crops control the situation; San" Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco and Dallas report encouraging
prospects. Richmond says tha .war
situation still reterdi progress. V
MRS. FLANDERS.
Mrs. William Flanders-died yester yesterday
day yesterday morning at her home in the first
ward. ; ..The unerelVfervicea were
conducted by ..Rev, JBunyari Stephe ns
yesterday afternoon from the resi residence
dence residence and .interment was .made in
Greenyroodl j ', A .large number of
friefads gathered to pay their last re respects,
spects, respects, and; .quantities, of Deautif ul
flowers, were sent,;. The Philathea
class, xof which Mrs. Flanders was a
member, sent a beautiful floral offer
ing. Mrs. Flanders was Miss "Effie
Long before her marriage- to Mr.
Flanders about three years ago. Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver & MacKay were in charge of the
funeral arrangements. "V
BOARD OF TRADE ROOJIS
-Remember the Board of Traders
now located in its new quarters in the
Carn-Thomas building," opposite M.
Fishel & Son.
LATEST ENGINES
OF DESTRUCTION
The Belgian official committee ap
pointed to investigate reported viola violations
tions violations of international law has report
ed in detail on the German use cf as asphyxiating
phyxiating asphyxiating gases. It is stated that
gaseous clouds, extending SCO feet
into the air, were carried away from
the German lines by the wind.' The
cloud3 were green in color at the
base, gradually shading to ligLt yel yellow
low yellow toward the top. Several kinds
of gase3 appear to have been used,
including chlorine, the nitrous vapors
of sulphuric anhydride and others the
nature of which has not yet been de determined.
termined. determined. Four methods were employed, the
report states, in generating these
gases. The first was to light fires in
the first line of trenches and permit
the wind to blow the gas formed to towards
wards towards the allies' lines. Three ether
methods involved enclosing the gas in
some kind of missile. These included
cans thrown either by hand or mine
howitzers, cylinders of compressed
gas, or shells containing compounds
which ""were transformed into gas
when they exploded. 1
The effects of the fumes were felt
at a distance of half a mile. They pro produced
duced produced a L!nd of stupor which lasted
for three or four hours. A German
prisoner belonging to the Sixteenth
army corps who was taken on April
15 said gas cylinders were placed
along the entire front held by this
corps. There was one every six feet
and men specially instructed in their
use were told off to see that they pro produced
duced produced the desired effect. There were
provided with smoke helmets. Respi Respirators
rators Respirators were distributed to all the sol soldiers.
diers. soldiers. STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line wf
stock feed corn, oats, bran, 'shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
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Washington, May 3v Prlkident. Prlkident.-Wilson
Wilson Prlkident.-Wilson will reserve judgment "4. tha
torpedoing the American stesi$sa-?
Gulflight until .the full, official details'
about the. reported set of a German;
submarine are received. Tha president
inquired ahoat the incident vvher: ha
arrived Joday from Williamstown, V;
MassJ, where he attended the christen christening
ing christening of his grandson, Francis Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row Sayre t
DAVIS LAW IS DRASTIC'"
Shuts 05 AH, Drin!:i
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Tallahassee, TIsy 1.- Fire months
from'' today drinking in open saloons
in Florida will be no more. Within
less than twenty-four hours after; tlvs
Senate adopted the bill which prac practically
tically practically means death of open sa!oofi$ ia
the state, the House, under waiver cf
rules, took up the Senate ce ssge3
shortly before noun and railroaded the
Davi3 measure rjrulating the saU cf
liquor, by prohibiting its ale'In-ies3-than
half pints in sealed receptacles.;'
Governor Trammell will probably dgn
the bill when it reaches him. net zo
admitted, when "asked the qucst'cTi a
few minutes after the till p-assed'ha
House. :"- .
The Davis bill passed the House'by
an almost two to one vote. forty-Sve
voting for passage and'twenty-thres
against adoption. .'The following Vot Voted
ed Voted against adoption of the bill: d d-kins,
kins, d-kins, Anderson, Drayton, Gribbrf, Lzn Lzn-cy,
cy, Lzn-cy, Davidson, Davis (of Jackson), i)a i)a-vis
vis i)a-vis (of St. Johns), Forch-nJ, GcM GcM-stein,
stein, GcM-stein, Gomez,' Harrison, nurtenb&ck,
Jones, Lake, Paul, Rivers, Roberts,
House, Scsff, Wilder, Wi!?on" of jBt.
Johns), Wood. Five did not vote.;
AR of the amendments cftered; in
the Senate daring Wednesday wbre
offered in the House, butttwere kill killed
ed killed by overwhelming vote whenever
they were put up. Opponents of the
bill sought to have clubs and hvUlsrc
certain classes excepted. Both mm-
bers cf the Jacksonville deleatln,
especially Mr. Harrison, fought' hard
to convince the House that the pro proposed
posed proposed bill would do rriore ts hurt he'.,"
cause of temperance than t.. foster jL
He declared that it helped fhe drink drinking
ing drinking clatse3 and struck at the bettsr
classes, '.or temperance people.
The fvi3 "pacakge" till prohibits
sale of all alcoholic beverages '.5n
quantities less than one-half pintsoin
securely sealed packages. Florida "Will
have on its statute books one of the
most stringent saloon regulation'
measures ever written. t
The vote Wednesday afternoon rrts
a complete poll of the Senate with ts
exception of Senator "Conrad," wo
was kept away by illness. The vc"e
follows:
Ayes: President Davis,.L Senators
Blitch, Brown, Cooper, Drajie, Ilimcvs,
Greene, Hudson, Igou, Johnson, LI3 LI3-sey,
sey, LI3-sey, McEachern, IIcGeachey, Roddest--berry,
Roland, Stringer, Terrell, Wat Watson,
son, Watson, Wells, Wilii3 20.
Nays: Senators Adkins, Calldr.f,
Donegan, Farris, Fogarty, Gornt,
Jones McCellan, Middleton, FlyaS FlyaS-ton,
ton, FlyaS-ton, Zim 11.
If you want to rent a house, get, -5
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lni

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B. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocra, Fla., postofflce as second class matter.

PHONE 51

(Domestic)
One year, in advance . -.
gix months, in jtdrance .
Three months, In advance.
On month. In advance...

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Foreign)

One year- in advance $8.oo
Six months, in advance..'... 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance SO

vertising. The present law is a good
one, and the Star emphatically ob objects
jects objects to changing it. The Star has
no desire to see a return to conditions
of twenty-five years ago, when the
railroads had muzzles on nine-tenths
of the newspapers in the state.
ANOTHER ILL ILL-CONSIDERED
CONSIDERED ILL-CONSIDERED MEASURE

be a candidate t or Congress in the
third district next year. There were
already five, candidates out for the
office. It seems settled that the pres present
ent present incumbent, Emmett Wilson, will
not run.

ELECTRIC LIGHT BONDS
MAY BE KNOCKED OUT

Sunday's Times-Union says: House
bill No. 599, authorizing the city of
Ocala to erect an electric light plant,
was reported unfavorably. This is
one of the first cases at the present

bill has been

.$5.00
. 2.50
. 1.25
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Representative Williams of Pasco
county, has introduced in the House a
bill providing as follows:

"A bill to be entitled an act requir

ing the county commissioners of this I session that a local

state to rotate the public printing I handled by committee and reported

among the several newspapers of unfavorably. The usual course is to
their respective counties. be referred to the calendar without

"Section 1. That after the passage! reference to a committee, mis situa-

of this act it shall be the duty of the I tion indicates that there has been op-

county commissioners of the several I position to the proposition from per

Mr. Cush- mrmties of this state at their first sons at Ocala.

hearinc at a later date.

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.rv of the battle of Manila Bay. man was for years grand secretary oi regular meeting in January oi

- J the f ioriaa uaa reuows. t &na every year w wit-

Governor Trammell has proclaimed suspended some months ago by Grand the newspapers published in their

, -o nA tw The schools Master M. M. l-ittie, ana tne present county ior a penoa oi uc

ora t devoxe a Dart of the errand secretary,, Mr. J. W. Blanding more, a newspaper in which to have

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ma LLC IS Ul yuuiiLaviuui ui.1uuii6

This bill was introduced by Mr.

Crosby, and the Star is informed that

the unfavorable report of the com

mittee knocks out the bond issue.

W. C. COOPER

It might pay Germany to gag Df- THE STAR HAS JOINED

tax sale, the laws as passed by thej

Dernburg. His declaration tnat nis
country intends to keep Belgium goes

against the American sense of justice.

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1!:

ture whatsoever, required to be so

Beginning with this issue

will sunDlv its readers with

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" 0 published by said
, the atari ..

Will ttlWWVv w

"Sec. 2. That the

tele-

cn. riiirian TT 'Fletcher

v,QO r.PlActPH nresidentUraDhic news taken from the Asso- county commissioners shall on the fol

v,- cVo-rr, commercial ConeressL:- t.a rh it wa elected lowing January, and each year mere

.v:v. ; nfcVno.0o Okla' last . after, select another of the papers so

week.

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a memoer cacuraay.

This puts this paper in

The news of the death of Mr. W. C.

and all notices of any na- J Cooper of Arcadia was received yes

terday by Mrs. P. W. Whiteside and

board of county Miss Josie Williams, aunts of Mrs.

Cooper. A few years ago Mr. Cooper

board ofjwa3 happily married to Miss Evelyn

Pelot, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

W. A. Pelot, formerly of this city and

death came vesterdav at 8 a. m. at

said

the front

published in their county to do their the Pelot home at Owens. No par-

printing until each of the several ticulars were given in the telegram,

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Pporo-e G Mathews of the Fort rank, ior as a gamerer uuu uuaciu- newspapers oi tne county nave ich ana aitnougn wr. woper naa noi oeen

. I. 3 T I 1 1 1 AiiAAH a a ha. I 11 4 a.' 1. T J A.V nnwio a a

T ,no1o Oontinpl is effervescine inator of news tne Associated r ress so cnosen, anu men a weu ior some ume, ms uwtu iaU;

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Reward countv. which makes w. u js.- This bill Iooks very lair on ih tace, cooper was a young man wim mgn

. receive wccKioF" . w; am : :i i vV. : hn nAcs

a x. i niir wa linn l. nuuuuac au.a. vv ---. iir iiii inirn. lHiiiuiai irv lia ui w udi.ivu

ms town a county seat. i iM QTr rWh is ev- .. ." t..i

I had fully stuaiea out us prooaDie re- ana social circles ana leaves Desiaes

If half the things said about Eng- eral hours aneaa oi any otner suits before framing it. his widow a little daugnter, many rei-

t,- -.w;t.o. -nnfii UVof Mmeo thn ritv. The star is Take Marion county, ior instance, atives ana a nost oi inenas. jurs.

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TTn (rlann I it. .i ; i,fa toiMrv It has two lartre county papers, me uooper m ner oereavemeni nas

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land doing all

Scotch and Irish were

so,

the

v,oVO Wn as subservient as L, J:v. j Banner ana tne Ntar. isotn pmi sympatny oi ner many wcaia inenas

. T . , I at taxes pres -i nroin nf the countv

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inaia ior tne last nunureu in fh state r" T v

a l,u"" boards, and as mere is naraiy a norae

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Another way in which the legisia- outsiue me uig wwcd, vv m ine county into wmtu wuc wc

ca ft,. Aonle monev is to Associated Press. other of the papers does not go, tne

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eteadfastlv refuse to establish a state We have no fault to find with the people are kept luiiy lmormea ox uu Jacksonville Metropolis says

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By striking out the enacting clause

NO PROTECTION FOR FISH

A special from Tallahassee to the

printing office. It would be one of the International News Service, which has tlie. acts of their public servants,
rankest homes of graft in Florida. f?

The

are ex

tensive and eiven in detail. They pay

ma w G,,a Miliar and his eel- past year. It is faitniui ana enter- of the paprs ?7.50 a month to

,rfP Rtmners when the Davis bill prising and has served us well. Our publish the reports, this money oemg

went through? St. Petersburg Times. reaSon for changing to the Associated a little over half the cost of composi-
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If Gus and his bunch naan t Deen AarA hv all news- "on. Any

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in the fresh water bill, the House

went on record as being against state

supervision of the fish in fresh water

streams of the state

This action of the House takes half

of the nowers away from the state

so active with the last legislature,

tliAroi Trnht not have been such a I

drastic law passed by this one.

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Mammy Delights In Bake-Day Nov
In fact every day is bake-day since she first used Calumet the
modern, full value Baking Powder. Every use of Calumet brings
absolute satisfaction Never a failure The biscuits are always :
delicious and dainty cakes and pastry of every sort,come from
the oven, delightful in appearance, light, sweet, uniformly raised
and delicious in flavor.
If you have not used Calumet, buy a can today from your grocer
and prove its economy and goodness. If you don't get Calumet
you dot? t get the best
RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS
World Par Food Exposition. Chicago. EL Paris Expoai&m. Fraaco. Uarclx. 1912.

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You don't mv money when yon boy cheap or fcijcan L&Mb? powder Don't Ee ssusleJ. Ccy &Zr I.

f a more riyn""'" nl mnrn wholesome mea best results. C&Iiunet i far supeior to sour ir cr. i

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v Rev. Sidney J. Catts of DeFuniak ence to any other.

announces that lie will be a candidate

for eovernor next year. He may

have ability, but to make a man with

hi name governor would cause too

many horse laughs on the state.

There has been a terrible

ment all over the state, because sev

eral members of the legislature were
accused of being drunk the other day.
Twenty-five years ago it was the reg

ular thing for several members of the

legislature to be drunk every day.

In o tiAwannner'a china shoD. Onll. A nMA

paper menthe people put more f ft it interrupts the hliAW hv tn b the stennine

pendence in its reports, and will take regtliar routine and often compels Btone toward its abolishment of this
newspapers carrying them in prefer- more remunerative work to be set office.

aside. So It is safe to say printing During the past, two years regula regula-these
these regula-these official reports cost each of the tion 0f fishing in fresh water streams,

Ocala papers over $200 a year. ag the result of the act of the 1913

There are not any other papers in segaion, has been under supervision of

this county able to handle these re- the fish and game commissioner The
ports as they have been handled, nor bjut which was virtually killed this

to so fully present them to the people, morning, intended to strengthen the
and it will probably be a long time state's powers to protect and con

serve the fresh water fishings indus

try.

PROF. LOONEY IS KIGH1

$ i

If ships were no bigger than they

were when Constantinople was last

taken, in 1453, the Allies could soon

settle the Dardanelles problem by

1 1. v' wai vdoqcU crnss the

excite- "ttU"" : r ;

J peninsula at its narrowest point and &ny other paper wiu-have

re-launching them into the Sea oi

Marmora. When Mohammed II. took

the city 462 years go, his men drag

zed a fleet of their ships

fifth of the circulation of either.

The commissioners have for a num-

en T ber of years given the public printing
OVerlanaj ...... In tnrn. wViirh r.

from the Sea of Marmora and launch

ed them in the waters of tha Golden

Horn, which enabled them to attack

fhA fireek fleet on two sides. But all

Mohammed's army couldn't drag a

The international congress of worn

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en concmaea us sessions at n

nronosal to send delegations to the dreadnaught a yard.

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the heads of all the European powers Story comes J,

to demand immediate cessation of the tooic neaiey
. . xv-lcsf odvortisAr. in nemin? ms arovern-

war. Tne star nas no aouot icai me :
warring powers will quit if the good ment to lor troop all i mght

laaies Will oniy snow mein jww wicjr -- -
kine and your country need you

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; Any American neaaune wnier wuuw

Mr. J. T. Burgess.of Blitchton, was have thought that up while putting a

among tne caners at me arar omce

a it TTa cotro thot triA twin hetween

WU"J' 1 T :a na

J -Clloin io in tVio sf; me jaCKSOnvine papcra lcuiu'u

shape that he has ever known it, and that fourteen years ago today their

he has traveled it for thirty years, city was swept Dy xne most uev.

fy RnPM i nnnnsed to the countv ing fire m its history, it is not neces

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division proposition whether his prop- sary to remind us tnat it nas rua
erties are included in the new county more than phoenix-like from its

or left in Marion, and he believes the ashes. In honor ol tne event, tne
great majority, of voters in the terri- Jacksonville real estate exchange will

torv are with him. give a great Danquet im-iuuu

m

hotel tonignt.

A. M. rhiahman.' a well known citl

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zen or Gainesville, was arrested Satur- It is said that tnere wiu De an-

Aw wnrrnni: charirine- him with temnt to revise tne pass system in

pmbPTTlino. the sum of $1384.22. from this state, by the legislature repeal-

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r. t j t r. n f tt.v;.v, l incr the law tnat now lormas tne

VjCJl LCI OJlUKC a.. V. v. J.'., vju ituivui -"o

V TTa ffaira hnni in rAl TOadS CI Villi? tranSOOriAUUIl W

fie Ytaa vxcaouxd. uuv. c

the sum of $500, and will have a newspaper men m exchange lor ad

to these two papers in turn, which ar

rangement has been satisfactory to
both. There is no fortune in it, and

when it is considered that both pa

cers steadily and unstintingly give

Elsewhere in this issue, Prof. Geo.

C. Looney has an advertisement, ask

ing the young folks of the city to come
oriri toVft nrArtirnl arithmetic courses

their space to everything that tends f rQm hinu Prof jney is one of the

to improve the county and section, begt instructors m special courses who

the modest amount received every

other year for printing the delinquent

tax list, which is always an expensive

piece of work to the printer, is hard

v any more than just pay.

There are two other papers in the

county both good in tneir iocant.es,

but they are limited in circulation. It
is doubtful if eilher of them could set
up the proceedings of both county
boards in one issue, and certain that

neither could set the the tax list in its

own office.

If Mr. Williams' bill passes, one of

Mima smaller naners would receive

WE ARE
I EXCLUSIVE

BOTTLERS
OF THE GENUINE

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Trade Mark is Stamped on the
Crown of Every Bottle

TRY IT

OCALA
CCCA-COIA "Bfli
N. T. MITCHELL, V. P. N. R. DEHON, Pres.

ever came to Ocala and the young

man or woman who really wishes to

take a special course or perfect
themselves in some line of study that

they are deficient in particularly in
business courses and the practical
knowledge .needed in every day life,

can do no better than to take advant

age of the opportunity he is offering.
Too often we see young men and
women, graduates of high schools and
even some of the colleges, who actual actually
ly actually cannot make out a receipt, draw a

check, draft or promissory note or
perform any. of the first principals of

THE BOYS OF OCALA FIRST

the county printing next year, and the officft w.Qrk correctiy and yet, as the

other the year following. Also M professor says, they are "finished,1

would be feasible for some. person, in tvpv ve it ali nd they really be

the latter part of the year 1917 to .. -t tni th et UD asramst some

start a paper somewhere in Marion J actuaif practical work and they are

county, and thereDy ODtam tne counvy. stumped.

printing for tne next year, in xio,

the same maneuver could be repeated.

In the meantime, the two Ocala pa

pers would of course stop printing

the county reports; nor would tney

ever again return to the policy of

both printing them at the same time;

so it is probable that never again

would the people of Marion be more

than half as well informed on county

affairs as they are now.

Its the same way in all the larger

counties. In Duval are two Dig pa

Tiers, one or the other of which is

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read by. almost everybody in the coun

ty. A similar condition prevails in
Hillsborough, in Putnam, Volusia, Or Orange,
ange, Orange, Polk, 'Dade, Escambia and
others..

To have the county reports publish published
ed published in a small paper of limited circu circulation
lation circulation would just exactly suit the
political bosses of a big county.
If Mr. Williams will amend his bill
so as to have the public printing giv given
en given in rotation to the two papers of
proven largest circulation in each
county, it will be a fair law. That
is the way it is done, without any
law, in Marion, and the people of no
other county are better served with
publicity.

It is very evident that when Mr.

Williams framed his bill, he was
thinking of his own county' with only
two papers of almost equal merit and

circulation. He was not thinking of
other counties with half a dozen or

more.

At the annual picnic at Wakulla
Springs, eight miles from Tallahassee,
on Mayday, which event was attended

by Governor Trammell and members
of the legislature, Hayes Lewis, the
present collector of internal revenue
for Florida, announced that he would

Parents who expect to send their
boys to Camp MUCOSO for the sum summer
mer summer are requested to sign up at once,
as the directors will visit other parts
of the state next week, and as the

camp is limited to 30 boys, the number
will no doubt be reached before many

days. We "are anxious to secure as
many boys from Ocala as possible.

Write at once for application blank

and booklet or see,
5-3-6t Roy B. Bowers.

The following measure has been

nassed by; the legislature and pre

sented to the governor for approval:

44 An act to authorize the Board of

County Commissioners of Marion
county, Florida, to reissue certain

county warrants or scrip, and. validate
the same; and authorizing said board

tn mnVp siirh reissue warrants or

scrip payable at periods to be -fixed

bv said hoard, with interest at the

rate of not to exceed six per cen
per annum, payable semi-annually."

The Metropolis correspondent from

Inverness writes that J. D. Robertson

mayor of Ocala, has ninety acres of

fine melons in the vicinity of Dunnel

Ion.

ANNUAL PICNIC

AT ADAMSVILLE

The Adamsville annual picnic wil

be held Thursday. May 13th, 1915

Everybody invited to come and bring

well filled baskets, ice cream and

lemonade will be sold for the benefi

of the cemetery. There will be a game

of ball as usual.
M. S. HilL

W. B. Swicord.
G. W. Caruthers.

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v I am authorized by the Ford Factory to Guaran Guarantee
tee Guarantee to all purchasers of Ford Cars, between August 1st,
1914 arid August 1st, 1915, that they will be paid a re rebate
bate rebate of not less than $50.00 on each Ford car bought
in the above mentioned 12 months.
The rebate will be. paid them by the Ford Company in checks, and may
be as much as $60.00, bat the $50 rebate Is absolutely GUARANTEED.
This refund goes to all original purchasers of Ford cars from my agency
in Ocala.
The price of Ford Cars delivered in Ocala is
. ToiiFliigj Cairs 51.G9
' Fully Equipped MW
Your rebate comes off of these prices, whether you have bought or do
buy, during the above period.
Eventually Yon Will Own a FORD.
WHY NOT BUY ONE NOW ?
IEDWARD :-T.UJGIrlEE2.
AGENT

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WOOD-
PHONE 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
immediate Attention-
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak'a Wgon fehop.

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Embalmer
-.WW. Phone 10
E. C Jordan & Co.
FSnd Ocala, Fla.
219 WEST BROADWAY

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BMLDER
Careful Estimate? Made on all Con Con-fTa't
fTa't Con-fTa't Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the City.

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Gives the BEST VALUE for Your Money
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Any Color and Style From 25c to C5.C3 per pair
Look for tb Tnuto Mark! Sold br A3 Good IViWrs.

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NEW YOHJI

WANT AOS., For Sale. Ads.

For Rent Ads., Lost and Found Ads., are all

? fective in their numerous and various ways :

f used properly. When you have an ad. of thin

in all parts of the city, hence the desired r

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OCA LA EVENING STAR. MONDAY, MAY 3, 1915

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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.
TONE
I would want to get a Piano with a purt. liquid, mel mellow
low mellow tone and a light, rapid action of the keys
APPEARANCE
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.
DURABILITY
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.
PRICE

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.
.
FAITH
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.

.Mil

109 EAST BROADWAY
OCALA, FLA.
General Agency
MEHLIN & SONS J. & C. FISCHER
W. W. KIMBALL CO

I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

AN OFFER AND AN OPPORTUN OPPORTUNITY
ITY OPPORTUNITY TO YOUNG MEN AND
WOMEN

(If you have any items for this department, call

'phone 10

in

LOUIS R. CHAZAL & SONS CO.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT

Holder Building
Telephone 228

P. O. Box 475
Ocala, Fla.

This is our
HOFFMAN PRESS

of

Manufactured for the pressing

Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being

heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,

at can not wear or tear. Call and see

t do the woik.

Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.

EMIOIRlf sJ. (CLOSE
SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTSMAN

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

FLORIDA TITLE ABSTRACT CORPORATION

OCALA, FLA.

0E IS TOE E

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 oa
have your custom we deserve t.

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

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CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.

Thought for the Day
To me there is no duty we so much
undertake as the duty of being happy.
Robert Louis Stevenson.
Seniors Entertained by Juniors
It was a happy gathering of "kids"
Saturday evening at the home of Miss
Martha Kate Rentz, the attractive

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Rentz,

when the juniors entertained in honor
of the seniors. The guests, number

ing fifty-two, were bidden to come

dressed as little boys and girls, and in
complying with the request by all re

sulted in the assembling of a yard full

of "kids" who never enjoyed any
party more.

The lawn was lighted with dozens

of Japanese lanterns and on the
piazza were rugs, cushions and pen

nants. At one corner of the veranda,
a green and white booth, carrying' out
the class colors was made of ribbons

extending from the electric light

encased in a Japanese lantern to the
corners of a table. There green punch
was served by Misses Mary Garrett

and Eloise Henry.

Juvenile games were' played ex

clusively. Miss Mabel Aiken and Mr.
Welsh Dewey succeededin carrying

the greatest number of peanuts on a

knife and for their skill the former
was awarded a kewpie doll and the
latter r woolly dog. Miss Lillian
Thom.sson and Mr. Bernard Koonce

proved expert fishermen at the fish

pond and were given a rattler and
pacifier. Madam Zoe, in the person
of Mrs. J. H. Taylor, revealed clever cleverly
ly cleverly the past, present and future of the

"kids," and so vividly did she portray

the future that her youthful hearers

were prone to leave when "next" was

called for fear all had not been told.
The pinning on of the tail to the don donkey
key donkey occasioned much laughter, aswell
as a numberof other stunts including
wheel-barrow rides.

Ice cream in cones and white and

ereen candies were served, in an

abundance.
The costumes were all splendid, but
among the best were Misses Catharine
Scott and Tommy Abernathy, who
dressed as twins, Miss Margaret
Jackson, a country maid, Miss Mar Marion
ion Marion Long, a ballet girl, Welsh Dewey,
Ichabod Crane, and Carol Blalock, a
country lad.
The hosts and hostesses entertain entertaining
ing entertaining so delightfully were Misses Mar

tha Kate Rentz, Mabel Aiken, Inez
Sandifer, Louise Sanders, Claudia
O'Niel, Sidney Harold, Marie Burnett,

Avalee Edwards, Katie Mae Eagleton,
Lillian Thomasson, Ruby Fausett,
Messrs. James Hill, Arthur Crago and
Westlake Hollinrake.

Miss Blake's Recital

A recital will be given at the col

lege auditorium of the Florida Col College
lege College for Women, this evening at
8:15 o'clock by Miss-" Irma Blake,

soprano, pupil of Marlea Oskimova
Bishop. Following will be her pro program:
gram: program:
Phyllis Has Such Charming Graces
(Wilson).
Love's Enchantment (Batten).

Summer (Chaminade).
Elegie, with violin obligato (Mas (Massenet).
senet). (Massenet). Rosette (Phillips).
Little Home O' Dreams (Metcalf).
let est doux, it est bon (Herodiade),
Messenet.
V
Mrs. W. A. Goin returned Saturday
from a delightful visit to relatives at
Eustis and Mrs. R. L. Collins, at
Umatilla.
Miss Ellen Leigh of Jacksonville,
who has been visiting her brother, Mr.
Samuel Lehigh and wife, on Wenona
street, left yesterday for Crystal Riv River
er River fora brief visit to her father and
brother, Messrs. W. C. and B. R.

Leigh.

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Mrs. EL M. Hampton, who was a

visitor to Atlanta during grand opera
week, is expected home tomorrow or

Wednesday.

Mrs. Edward Badger, Mrs. Mary
Eagleton and Miss Margaret Eagleton
returned today from a visit to Mrs.
Badger's daughter, Mrs. S. G. Moyers
in Tampa. They went especially to
see "Two Sentences," Mrs. Moyer's
latest moving picture production, but
were disappointed, the films not arriv arriving
ing arriving from the east coast on schedule
time.
Mr. Wallace O. Stovall of Tampa,
spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs.
M. H. Stovall and sister, Miss Minnie
Stovall.
Mrs. C. R. Tydings is expected
home tomorrow from a short stay at
Lake Weir.
Miss Hallie McClure, who has been
the admired guest of her sister, Mrs.
Bunyan Stephens for several weeks,
left Thursday for her home in Shelby Shelby-ville,
ville, Shelby-ville, Ky.
Mrs. T. M. Moore is convalescing
from a several days illness.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Rivers are now
occupying the-cottage on South Sec

ond street recently vacated by Mr.

Frederick Hocker and family.
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Mrs.. H. A.'McConn, nee Miss Susie
Morris, visited with friends in Ocala

Saturday between trains en route to
Crystal River, where she goes to
spend a few days with her mother,
Mrs. J. A. Morris, before returning to
her home in Tampa.

Program Saturday at Woman's Club
Saturday afternoon beginning at 3
o'clock, a postponed business meeting
will be held at the Woman's Club,
after which the following program, ar arranged
ranged arranged by Mrs. W. D. Cam, chairman
of education, will be rendered.
Music.
Tomato club report by Mrs. J. R.
Moorhead.
Brief talk by each chairman on edu educational
cational educational value of department which
she represents.
Address by Prof. W. H. Cassels.
. Music.

The members of the Presbyterian
sewing circle were pleasantly enter entertained
tained entertained this afternoon at their weekly
meeting by Mrs. E. G. Peek.
Mrs. Edward Holder and guest,
Mrs. S. C. Knudsen of Lakeland, Mrs.
J. C. B. Koonce and Mrs. J. K. Austin,
expect to motor to Eustis for the day
tomorrow in the former's car. Mrs.
Knudsen will leave the party there,
going to Orlando for a short visit be before
fore before returning home.
Miss Nellie Gottlieb will entertain
the Tuesday auction club tomorrow
afternoon.
'
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Poek and daugh daughter
ter daughter will leave the first of next week
in their car for DeLand to attend the
meeting of the state medical associa association.
tion. association. Before returning home they will
spend a few days in Daytona and will
probably extend their trip to West
Palm Beach for a brief visit to rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Mr. Claude Sims of Tampa was a

business visitor this morning.

Mrs. J. A. Bouvier will be hostess

of the Eastern Star sewing circle

Wednesday afternoon.

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Don't Neglect It
The great difficulty I find in teach teach-g
g teach-g young people bookkeeping is a

lack of arithmet'c It matters not
where they have "finished" their edu education,
cation, education, they can't tell what 25 pounds
of hay would cost at $15 a ton, or how
much 350 bushels of coal would cost
at $5.50 a ton, or how much water a
tank 20 feet high, 10 feet in diameter

will hold and hundreds of other

things that are of daily use.

I can't teach a rake or rowdy, flirt
or fool, anything; but if boys and
girls will bring with them a supply of

brains and good behavior and ten dol

lars in advance, and form a class

from five to ten or twenty, 111 teach
them everything about arithmetic in

one month of 20 nights from 7 to 8
o'clock. Private lessons afternoons
at $1 an hour and you wouldn't take
the $20 for what you learn the first

three- lessons. We will not 'return to
Georgia till the first of June.
Phone or come to see me. Phone

338, residence 98 on Fort Kine avenue.

Many young people, perhaps, who

need and would take advantage of
thi3 course, do not read the papers.

Are you, who read it, interested

enough in them to call their attention
to this and advise them? After the
month is over they'll consider you a
benefactor and friendship thus acquir

ed is valuable. Respectfully.

Geo. C. Looney.

Compels All Impurities
To Abandon System
Blood Troubles Can not Re Remain
main Remain If Properly
Treated.

BLITCIITON
Blitchtcn, April 29. Mr. Joseph

Akin spent last Wednesday in Ocala.

Mr. O. S. Sanders spent Wednesday

and Thursday at Romeo.

The public school closed Friday

morning w:th the following program:

Welcome address by Gunner Good

win.

Morning Song, by the school.
What a Boy Can Do Drew Good

win.

Chalk talk Vida Jo-dan.
Second Grade Readier Lesson

Lois Blitch and Sophie Coulter.

Flag drill. Wave Old Glory, by the

school.

At School and at Home Lillian

Blitch.

A Queer Boy Earl Phillies.
Grandma's Cake Rufus Williams.
Little Willie Odus Jordan.
When School Is Out James Sand

ers.

Miss Emma Ekley will be greatly
missed and we will be glad to see her

again in the fall when school opens.
Miss Igie Blitch entertained thlr

ty-six cf kcr friends Friday evening

in hone: of rliss Ekley of Bay Lake
who returned home Saturday. Pro

gressive Old Ma:ds sr.d Heart dicr

were played during the even'ng.

Miss Mabel Hendrix .of Morriston
ipent the first cf the week here, the

guest of her sister, Jrt. u. C Blitch.
Miss Legie Blitch, M-ss Oda Blitch

Messrs. Landis and Fenton Blitch at attended
tended attended the W. C. T. U. reception- at
he home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mc

Kay at Morriston Wednesday night.

There will be services at the Bap

tist church Sunday morning and eve

ning. V

Mr. Guy V. Blitch of Zolfo surprised

ii3 many friends Tuesday by leading
o the altar Miss Gertrude Johnson of

Zolfo.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Blitch are spend

ng a few days here the guests of the

former's parents, Mr.-and Mrs. B. R

Blitch.

Miss Nina tseckinger or Berlin is

the guest of Miss Rowena Hammons

BURBANK
Burbank, April 29-Rair is still
needed. Crops are looking good.
Messrs. Graham, Dickinson and Ba Baker
ker Baker captured an alligator Saturday af afternoon,
ternoon, afternoon, about a mile southeast of
Burbank. The 'gator was about six
feet long.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Benard and son
Ted, of Fort McCoy, spent Sunday in
Burbank.
Dr. Jacobs of Denver, Colo., is back
again, and hopes to stay this time
The doctor left here about two years
ago. He thinks there is no place like
Burbank.
Misses Pearl Fenton, Blanche and
Ruth Hubbard and Messrs. Homer
Graham, Herbert and Clarence Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, chaperoned by Miss McAnsh
spent Sunday afternoon at Indian
Lake. Each took a well filled basket
and did ample justice to it before they
returned. All report a good. time.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Abbott and daugh

ter Dixie, Mr. and Mrs. Thorpe, Mr
Evers and little son, spent Sunday at
Indian Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dyke and little
Dorothea, Mr. and Mrs. Ewing and Dr
Jacobs soent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. DeFord.

There Is In S. S. the famous blood puri purifier,
fier, purifier, a property that absolutely compels harm harmful
ful harmful Influences to disintegrate and lose their
Identity. No matter hat they are called
nor how destructive they are there la In S. 8.
S. a powerful, searching counter Influence to
annihilate the most eruptive perm, causes the
mucous llnlncs to convert It Into an Inert
substance that 13 quickly thrown out of the
blod and out of the body by the skin, lunjs,
kid: eys. bowels, and destroyed In the liver.
There is not a siujrle advance In medicine
today that In any sense la an Improvement
over S. f. S. Surjry Is a wonderful, mas masterful
terful masterful science, but when It comes to purifying
the blood S. S. S. stands alone. Thousands of
doctors have prescribed it. Thc!r patients
do not always know it Is R. S. 8.. because
they leave the treatment to the doctor Im Implicitly.
plicitly. Implicitly. But fair-minded doctors long ngo
realized that In the veetable nature of S. S.
S. were certain ingredients that 4o the blood
In sickness were Just as essential as the fiesh fiesh-buildlnff
buildlnff fiesh-buildlnff elements of the grains, meats, fats
and sugars of our dally food. The average
doctor Is humane and of trained Intelligence.
He has seen the recoveries from worst cases
of blood trouble by the use of S. R. S. Get
a bottle of S. S. S. today of any druggist.
Accept no substitute. And If yon wish
proper advice on any form of blood trouble,
write to the Medical Adviser. The Fwlft Spe Specific
cific Specific Co.. 102 Swift Bids., Atlanta, Ga. It is
worth while doing so.

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CITRA
Citra, April 28. Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Wartmann, Mr. and Mrs. Allison
Wartmann and Mrs. Hampton left
Sunday for Atlanta, where they will
attend grnd opera.
Mr. Williams and family will oc occupy
cupy occupy the Baptist parsonage for the
present. They haven't yet decided to
re-build in Citra.
Mr. and Mrs. Fast and family have
returned to Missouri.
Quite a number of people from
here attended the Sunday school con convention
vention convention at Sparr last Sunday.
A very pleasant meeting of the mis mission
sion mission study class was held at the home
of Mrs. Ed Ramey yesterday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mrs. Dupree was the reader for
the afternoon.
-The ladies of the Civic League are

busy getting ready for a Mayday

celebration.

Kev. cartridge is conducting re

vival services at the Methodist church
this week.
Mrs. Jack Williams and children
motored over to Alachua Saturday and

spent Sunday with Mrs. Farnam Will

iams.
M. A. Rice, J. S. Wyckoff and Harry
Borland are in Ocala today attending
a meeting of the citrus exchange.
WHOOPING COUGH

"When my daughter had whooping

cough she coughed so hard at one time
that she had hemorrhage of the lungs.
I was terribly alarmed about her con condition.
dition. condition. Seeing Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy so highly recommended, I got

her a bottle and it relieved the cough

at once. Before she had finished two
bottles of this remedy she was entire

ly well, writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes
Crooksville, Ohio. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

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 his about 1?
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of misceUanoeus rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the absttact man knows
that he haa got it alL
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT. ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.

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The Management o! OH. nieCI AHZ
Medical, Surgical, Hydropcflile
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving oi the institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast comer
of Public Square, entrance between The
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OCALA OCCURENCES

For Velvet Ice Cream Phone 525. tf
K. of P. meet tonight.
, Council meets tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
We have a large stock of old soap
which we are selling real cheap. All
good quality. Gerig's. 4-87-tf
Messrs. Charles and Max Fishel re returned
turned returned Saturday morning to their
stores at Center Hill.
Eexall Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
Mr. Vernon Clyatt of Dunnellon is
the guest of his brother, Mr. W. W.
Clyatt for a few days.
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
Two bunches of superb silver onions
on display at the Munroe & Chambliss
bank, were sent in by Miss Yvonne
Seckinger of Martel.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
with more than one registered phar pharmacist.
macist. pharmacist. 4-27-tf
' Mr. B. J. Benson the Dunnellon mer merchant,
chant, merchant, is among the business visitors
in the city tdday.
Smoke' Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Mr Peyton Bailey has returned
from Umatilla, where he delivered a
fine Ford auto to a pleasant cus customer.
tomer. customer. Buy your drugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the best always. 4-27-tf
Don't forget the second chapter of
"The Exploits of Elaine," at the Tem Temple
ple Temple tomorrow afternoon and evening.
It will increase in interest as it goes
along and you can't afford to imss a
number.
(i-W. K. Lane, 31. D., TTiyslcian and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and; Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.
Mr. Ed Bennett will give to the pat patrons
rons patrons of the Temple tonight "The
Children of the Ghetto," a great five five-reel
reel five-reel feature, adapted from a thrilling
novel of metropolitan life:
; SEE llilS FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetr les, milk and eggs, tf
"' Mr. George W. Hyde of Crystal
River, was in town yesterday and to today
day today on his way to Jacksonville.
Its good for the whole family, and
they all like it PEANUT BRITTLE
in boxes -at the Court Pharmacy, tf
Claud Purvis, arrested some days
ago in Tennessee and brought back to
Ocala by the officers, had a prelimi preliminary
nary preliminary .hearing this forenoon before
Judge Smith on charges of forgery.
After hearing the testimony on the
three charges under which he was
held the 'judge placed him under bond
to appear before the grand jury at the
term of circuit court here next week.
The bond was fixed at $300 in each
of the three cases. As Purvis could
not give the bond he was taken back
to the county jail.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
D.

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!u CITRUS EXCHaQE

This spring for the first time in its history the
Florida Citrus Exchange has had the marketing of
more than half of the citrus crop of Florida.
Almost the very day that the control of the
fruit remaining within the state passed to the
Exchange, prices became satisfactory and they have
grown more and more so ever since.
This fact is all the more remarkable in view of
the industrial depression prevailing throughout the
country and of the fact that low prices had obtained
generally the first part of the season.
The contention of the founders of the Exchange
that whenever the organization was given the mar-,
keting of over fifty per cent of the citrus fruit pro produced
duced produced in Floridathe industry would be placed on a
sound and staple foundation, has been fully justified
by recent events. Join the Exchange.

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Dr. D. M. Smith left today for a
visit to Baltimore, his old home In
Virginia 'ahd other places up that
way. He will probably be gone sev several
eral several weeks. Dr. Smith has been in
the 'harness "as one of the hardest hardest-working
working hardest-working physicians in the South for
forty-three years, and feels like tak taking
ing taking a vacation whenever he gets a
chance.

Passing the Board of Trade location
at No. 19 Magnolia street, we saw on
exhibition a 5 -pound beet, grown by
Mrs. F. C. Mathews of Fairfield, Mar Marion
ion Marion county, and brought in to the sec secretary.
retary. secretary. She was very enthusiastic as
it was grown in a large patch with without
out without fertilizer. Can you "beet" it?
Photographs of the queen of the
may are for sale at the Reeves
studio. 5-3-3t
Dr. G. E. Jacobs, general manager
of the Denver Optical Company, is
spending a few days with Mr. H. A.
Kramer and incidentally looking at
some of his Marion county property.
Mr. Jacobs intends to retire from ac active
tive active business soon and move to Ocala
to "spend the remainder of his days,"
as he expressed it.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Did you say BATHING CAPS?
Well, we have the prettiest line you!
ever saw. The Court Pharmacy, tf
Postmaster J. Y. Hicks of Lake
Kerr is among the east side citizens
transacting business in Ocala today.
He says "fishing's good" in the small
lakes east of the Oklawaha river.
We want you to step in and see our
line of FOUNTAIN SYRINGES and
water bottles, all prices. The Court
Pharmacy. tf
Mr. Charles V. Miller of Tampa is
among the business visitors in the city
today. He reports business in the
South Florida metropolis as improv
ing daily.
SHEET MUSIC! If its published,
we have it or can get for you. LAT
TNER'S Piano Store. 4-2I-tf. ;
Smoke Cuban Cluh, 5c Cijjr;
LAME BACK-
Lame back is usually due torheu-
matism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back with Cham
berlains Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere
Adverti semenfc;
LAKE WEIR YACHT CLUB
Eastlake, Fla., April 12, 1915.
The Saturday night dances at the
club house will be contffitled 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
lowed by dancing and cards.
The Thursday afternoon, teas will
also be continued until further notice.
David S. Woodrow,
Secretary-Treasurer.
HOW MRS HARROD GOT RID
OF HER STOMACH TROUBLE
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everything I heard
of, but the only relief I got was tem temporary
porary temporary until last spring I saw Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and pro procured
cured procured a bottle of them at our drug
store. I got immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pain in the stomach," writes
Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort Wayne, Ind.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe, tf
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Mis9 Miriam Pasteur, who has been
a member of the Gwynne high school
faculty, Fort Myers, for the past
term, left that city this morning for
Key West for a short visit to friends,
after which she will go to Lakeland to
visit Mrs. I. V. Stevens before return returning
ing returning hom.
Sister Esther Carlotta, president of
the Florida U. D. C, will pass through
Ocala tomorrow on the 1 o'clock Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard en route to Leesburg to preside
at the state convention of the Daugh Daughters
ters Daughters to be held in that place, May 4,
5, 6 and 7.
Mrs. Claude Gates of Marathon is
the guest of her father, Mr. E. C.
Smith. She will remain in the city
until after the recital of the Ocala
School of Music, at which time her
brother, Mr. E. C. Smith, Jr., will re receive
ceive receive a diploma.
Mrs. L. J. Luzr.mus of Miami, who
is on an extended visit to her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. A. A. Winer and son, Mr. S.
L. Lummus, is at the Marion County
Hospital convalescing from an opera operation
tion operation which she underwent last week.
Miss Mollie Ross, who was for some
years with the Ocala Northern, but
has been visiting her home in Or Orlando
lando Orlando for the last few weeks, passed
thru the city today on her way to
Jacksonville, where she has taken a
position. She stopped in the city a
few hours to see her friends.
Kenneth S. Jeffcoat, a promising
boy, nine pounds in weight, arrived
early yesterday morning at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Jeffcoat and
was warmly welcomed by his parents
and little sister.
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Mr. Robert H. Hammonds, formerly
of Fruitland Park, now holding a gov government
ernment government position on the Panama
canal, and who is home for a thirty
days' vacation, was in the city Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night, the guest of Mr. F. W.
Ditto and family. c
Mr. and Mrs. Don Peabody and
some friends were in town from Ta Ta-vares
vares Ta-vares today.
--Mrs. Robertson and :Mrs Schultz
entertained ."the .Methodist sewing
circle this -afternoon at Ihe dormitory.
Ther hours; wfthr the 'hostesses .were
both: pleasant, and profitable.
cjr f'' '-
Mr. J. C. Caldwell and family mov
ed today into the house on Watula
street recently occupied by Mr. R. L.
Keating.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver, v president of
Dickison chapter, Mrs. J. C. Caldwell,
directorial ;heX. A and Mrs. C.
JCkrmichaeLMrs. Bi Ai.-.W.eathers and
Miss Annie; Atkinson,; delegates from
Dickison chapter, will Attend the state
convention of the Daughters of the
Confederacy in Leesburg this week,
going down tomorrow and Wednes
day
Dr. W. IL Dodge of Jacksonville,
the former, beloved pastor of the
Presbyterian church in this city, will
arrive tomorrow to officiate at the
Taylor-MacKay nuptials tomorrow ev
ening. He will be the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. G. S. Scott.
Mrs. John Graham and little daugh daughter
ter daughter returned Saturday from a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit in Jacksonville with Mrs. B.
P. Hull, Mrs. Graham's mother.
,
Mrs. Lanier Robertson was the
hostess with whom the Baptist sew sewing
ing sewing circle assembled this afternoon
for its weekly meeting.
Mrs. E. K. Nelson of Tampa is the
overnight guest of Mrs. McClymonds,
en route home from Atlanta where
she went to attend grand opera.
Miss Mae L. Wells, assistant to
Miss Harris and in charge of the ex-
tention work of the home economics
department of the Sate College for
Women will make an official visit to
Marion county on the 12th and 13th.
.
Mrs. Thomas Keating of Daytona,
who has been the guest of her son,
Mr. R. L. Keating and other Ocala
friends for the past four days, re returned
turned returned home this morning.
Remarkable Hen.
Tommy had always lived In the
city, but he was spending his holiday
at a farm. One day he frightened the
hen from her nest and picked two
warm eggs out cf the nest. He ran
with them to his mother and cried:
Look, mother, tl.e hen out in the barn
lava eggs already cooked!"
Ventilate the Bedroom.
Sleep with the bedroom window window-wide
wide window-wide open. The old superstition that
night air is unhealthy even for an In Invalid
valid Invalid Is entirely false. On the con
trary, night air, especially In large
cities, is purer and better than day
air, because It contains less dust and
fewer microbes. To get the best ven ventilation
tilation ventilation have the window open at
both top and boom.
The Prophesied Completeness.
We rejoice In life because it seema
to be carrying us somewhere; because
Its darkness seems to be rolling oa
toward light, and even its pain to be
moving onward to a hidden joy. We
bear with Incompleteness because of
the completion which is prophesied"
and hoped for. rh'llip3 Brooks.

WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min. R.F.
April 1 66 47
April 2 61 49 .97
April 3 53. 44
April 4 62 37
April 5 72 36
April .6 75 43
April 7 78 53
April 8 SO 53
April 9 82 54
April 10 81 53
April 11 82 55
April 12 80 62
April 13 83 58 23
April 14 75 57
April 15 .74 49
April 16 75 45
April 17 83 50
April 18 80 50
April 19 83 58
April 20 85 58
April 21 86 62
April 22 84 63
April 23 83 59
April 24 83 63
April 25 82 58
April 26 81 58
April 27 82 56
April 28 ............. 82 58
April 29 78 58
April 30 87 57
May 1 88 64
May 2 ..: 93 62
Local Forecast
Fair tonight and Tuesday.
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
)IAIUOX-DUXNT MASOXIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge Wo. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening" or each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month fct 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order o! Elks, meets
the second and fourth Uuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
avid S. Willi ms, E. R..
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OP MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 69, L. O. M.
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. "u.
Visiting brethern always welcome ic
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near poatofiioo.
R. S. Rogers, Dictator.
ODD FELLOWS
TuKTa Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets iu Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8,oclocx. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to vlsltln?
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
j W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
KXIGIITSJ OF PYTHIAS
- Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial yelcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Charles Goddard, C. C.
Cha3. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R, A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Tl'OJrn, Secretary.
WOODJIE.N OF THE WORLl
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hallfi at 8 p. m., every
second and xourtn irlday. visum?
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
CONCORDIA LODGE T.. V, OF A.
Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
OuALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Sarah C. Blitch, M. E. C.
Kate B. HowelL M. R. and M. G
BEST THING FOR
A BILIOUS ATTACK
"On account of my confinement in
the printing office I have for years
been a chronic sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I had an attack that was so severe
that I was not able to go to the case
for two days. Failing to get any re relief
lief relief from any other treatment, I took
three of Chamberlain's Tablets and
the next day I felt like a new man
writes IL C. Bailey, editor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Grateful Suburbanites.
Towne "Do you make your cook
pay for what she breaks?" Suburb!
(In amazement) '"Make her pay? J
should say not! Why, every month,
besides paying her salary, we reward
her liberally for what sha didn't
break!
Duty of the Wiser Part.
Since the foolish part of mankind
will make wars, from time to time,
with each other, not having sense
enough otherwise to rettle their dif differences,
ferences, differences, it certainly becomes the
wiser part, who cannot prevent these
wars, to alleviate as much as possible
the calamities attending them. Benja
min FrankUn
Very Essy.
MIt is said that two people can live
on less than one. How do you ac account
count account for it?" "Neces-Sity."

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

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. f Ellis, 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf
FOR SALEAt sacrifice, Ford auto
mobile in excellent condition. Ad Address
dress Address Ford, cere Star. 28-t
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
WANTED Prices on carload of good
beggar weed hay. The John Dozier
Company. 22-12t
FOR RENT Well locaced and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-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 wmte chrysan chrysanthemum
themum chrysanthemum plants, 30 cents per dozen.
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 is deaf and
dumb, but is quick and capable, and
lias 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
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
II. S. Wesson. 24-12t.
FOR ALE 1913 model touring car;
first class condition; driven about
4000 miles; original cost $900; will
take $375 for quick sale. Address,
R. M., bare Star tfffice. 4-39-3t
STANDING COMMITTEES
OF THE CITYCOUNCIL'
FOR THE YEAR 1915
Finance
D. W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, M. J.
Roess. v
Judiciary
Geo. A. Nash. W. A. Knight, H. A.
Fausett.
Street
M. J. Roess, D. W. Tompkins, Geo.
A. Nash.
Cemetery
John Moore, M. J. Roess, J. C.
Smith.
' Fire v
J. J. Gerig, H. A. Fausett, W. A
Knight.
Police
W. A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, X C.
Smith.
Market
V J. C. Smith, J. M. Meffert, J. J.
Gerig.
Sanitary
II. A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash, D. W.
Tompkins.
Building
John Moore, II. A. Fausett, J. C.
Smith.
Light and Water
J. M. Meffert, -BTW. Tompkins, J.
J. Gerig.
NOTICE TO COLORED PEOPLE
We have several articles that we
sell exclusively to colored people, and
we want a good live agent in your
town to represent us. Every article
is a winner, quick seller and brings
repeat orders, and a hustler can make
several dollars a day. If you can fill
the bill write today to The Home Spe Specialty
cialty Specialty Company, Mutual Life Build Building,
ing, Building, Jacksonville. Florida. l-5t
Higher Pleasure.
"My dear, every woman ought to
oin a club. It's so refreshing to
)lackball some one you don't like.
Jfe.
66
Go North by Sea
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRAHS.CO
Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
TO
Boston
New York 1
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc
II. C. AVERY, L. D.JONES,
Agent, Com!. Agt.
J. F. WARD, T. P. A,
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,
Jacksonville, Fla

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Ocala, Florida.

TEMPLE THEATER
PROGRAM
(For Six Days in Advance)

MONDAY
Wilton Lackaye in
"The Children of the
Admission, from 3:30
COO to 10:30 p. m., 10
TUESDAY
Second Episode of
"The Exploit of

"Disappearance of Harry Warrington"
Kalem Two Reel, an. episode in the Girl Detective Series,
featuring Ruth Roland.
"The Altar of Love"
Vitagraph Drama, featuring:-Maurice Costello.
Admission, from 3:30 to 10:20, 5 and 10 cents.

-WEDNESDAY

Pathe Weekly No. 28.
"nis Fighting Blood"
Selig Tvo Reel Drama, featuring Bessie Eyton and Thomas
Santchi.
"The Creed of the Clan"
, '. -S. & A. Drama, featuring Ruth Stonehouse and Bryan Wash Washburn.
burn. Washburn. ..
"The Right Girl"
.Vitagraph prama,' featuring Earl Williams and Anita Stewart.
Admission, from 3:30 to 10:30,' 5 and 10 cents.
-THURSDAY

"Attorney for .the Defense"
Lubin Three Reel Drama, featuring Ethel Clayton.
"The Perfumed Wrestler"
Selig Comedy.
"Broncho Billy's Sentence"
S. & A. Drama.
Admission, from 3:30 to 10:30, 5 and 10 cents.

-FRIDAY

Seventh Episode -of
"Runaway June" 1
, In Two Reels.
"The Product"
Vitagraph Drama, featuring Maurice Costello.
"The Champion"
S. & A. Two Reel Comedy, featuring Charles (dopy) Chaplin.
"Admission from 3:30 to 10:30,. 5 and 10 cents.

SATURDAY

"now Cissy Made Good"
Vitagraph 'Thrfce Reel Drama, featuring Cissy Fitzgers! J end
the stars of the Vitagraph company.
Pathe Weekly No. 29.
"Glory of Clementine".
Edison Two Reel Drama, Featuring Mirian Nesbitt and Hare
McDermott.
Admission, from-3:30 to 10:305 and 10 cents.
TEMPLE ORCHESTRA

IU. Uev. Abbott Charles, Pres.

Sto Leo Colter
Fife Mile West of Dade City and One Mile Eas. of sin Antonio
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4,

CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COUOS
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL JOIjTHS
J. S. POST OFFICE, TELHCRAPH, TCLEI'llON- ErPIT
A. C. Ii. TICKET OFFICE AT 1 HE COLLEGE

FALL TERf.1 OPENS VEDfiESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1D1-L

SAINT LEO, Pasco

- Put Your Ad. iri tb F '-

line of Groceries.

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f i
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!
Ghetto,- 1
In five parts.
to 6 p. m 5 and 10 cents; frtm
and 20 cents.
Elaine"
In Two Riels.
Rev. Father Incdict, Director. Z
.County, FLORIDA

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