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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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V0L.2L OCALA, FLORIDA THUESDAY?MAY 6, 1915 :: NO. 109
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THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

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SOLDIERS OF GERMANY MASSING FOR A TREMENDOUS STRUGGLE

HAVING FOUND A TERRIBLE HEW WEAPON III ASPHYXIATING
. ARE HIGH

- London, May 6. For the first time
since the British forced the Germans
from hill No. : CO, near Tpres Em Emperor
peror Emperor William's soldiers have been
partly successful in counter attacks
there. In the absence of advices to
the contrary, it is presumed they are
still holding the positions obtained on
the hill gained by the use of asphyx asphyxiating
iating asphyxiating gases.
Nearly all the special News dis dispatches
patches dispatches from Flanders say the Ger Germans
mans Germans are massing men for a new
drive toward the French forts.
ANOTHER SHIP WENT UNDER
The steamer Cathay, from Copen Copenhagen
hagen Copenhagen for Chinese ports, was sunk' by
either a mine or a torpedo last night
in the North Sea. She sank in twen twenty
ty twenty minutes. The crew and passengers
were landed safely at Ramsgate today.-
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LOCAL LEGISLATION
"All City Officers at Present in Service
Were Re-Elected
At the adjourned meeting of the
city council last night all members
were present, and the election of city
officers was taken up. All the present
officers were elected without opposi opposition,
tion, opposition, except the policemen. There
were six applicants f pip three.; posi positions,
tions, positions, and those now on the .force
were retained. iv .. '"'
-'.. In the -case of the superintendent
of the water works,' this; position was
filled until' the ; consolidation of the
water arid electric plants. At that
time one superintendent is" to have
charge of the joint plant.
Notice was given of the resigna resignation
tion resignation of Mr. E. J. Crook as a member
of the board of bond trustees.
Bill for repairs at the central fire
station was ordered paid.
A communication f ronv the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank was read, offering the
city 2 interest on daily balances if
that institution were named as city
depositary. The proposition was ac accepted.
cepted. accepted. There being no further business,
council adjourned.
NEW DESTROYER FOR
THE AMERICAN NAVY
Quincy, Mass., May 6. The Tuck Tucker,
er, Tucker, one of the largest and the newest
torpedo destroyers built for the Unit United
ed United States navy was launched yester yesterday
day yesterday at the yard of the Fore River
Ship Building Company. It measures
315 feet over all, with a beam of
twenty feet, ten inches and a depth
of seventeen feet seven inches. The
displacement is 1090 tons and the ves vessel
sel vessel is equipped with 17,000 horse horsepower
power horsepower engines. The Tucker is named
for Commodore Samuel Tucker who
served in the wars of the Revolution
and of 1812.
A NEW GARAGE
James Coleman, experienced in au automobile
tomobile automobile repairing, Ed Mathews, an
expert blacksmith and M. D. Jones,
for many years with the Ocala Ba Bazaar,
zaar, Bazaar, three responsible colored men,
have opened a business on South Sec Second
ond Second street, west, called the Ocala
Public Garage, where they are pre prepared
pared prepared to do all kinds of automobile
repairing, general blacksmithing and
horseshoeing. They propose to guar guarantee
antee guarantee all work and make the prices
very reasonable. One of the first
jobs turned out by them can "be ap appreciated
preciated appreciated by a machinist or one fa familiar
miliar familiar with an automobile. It was
to make a new rear universal cross
for the driving shaft of an automo automobile.
bile. automobile. The part merely had to be
threaded and drilled and when it was
ready for the car its fit and temper
was perfect. These men will appre appreciate
ciate appreciate your work and guarantee you
satisfaction.
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KILLER IS PLOTTING
ANOTHER CRIME
Assassin of New York Children is
Evidently Insane
. ( Associated Press)
New York, May 6. -The murderer
of Elenore Cohn, aged -five and
Charles Murray, aged four, has writ written
ten written the boys' mother that he will com commit
mit commit another murderwhen the excite excitement
ment excitement is over caused by the letter re received
ceived received today near the time for the
boys' "funeral.
STRUCK BY A CYCLONE
Aluch .Property Destroyed But No
r Lives Lost in Oklahoma
(Associated Pres)'
Ardmore, Okla., May 6. Three per persons
sons persons were injured and much proper property
ty property damage done here today by a wind
storm. : )
It is reported that Wilson, Okla.,
was struck by a small tornado and
forty buildings blown down. Ringling
is also said to have suffered consid considerable
erable considerable property damage. No serious
injuries are reported at those places.
Winds of almost, cyclonic force swept
a wide section of southern Oklahoma.
SOLD A SAXON
The Collier brothers yesterday sold
to Mrs. Florence Altman of this city
a Saxon roadster of the 1915 model,
with electric lights and electric
starter. The! little car is a beauty
and one- that any woman can easily
manage and feel proud of.
ORANGE SPRINGS
Orange Springs, May 6. Wimberly
brothers have opened a general mer merchandise
chandise merchandise store at the old stand of the
Massey company. The old building
has been remodeled and' much im improved.
proved. improved. A general merchandise store
is much needed here and the new
firm will probably do a very good
business.
Mr. Y. J. Apel is home for the
week. He expects soon to move his
family to St. Petersburg, where he
has been all winter in business. Mr.
Apel in offering for this week his
stock ofv-groceries and building ma materials
terials materials ,at cost.
Mrs. Graves and r Mis3 Flossie
Graves of Michigan, spent a few days
here last week. They visited Mrs. A.
L. Kolbe, who is a daughter of Mrs.
Graves.
Mrs. A. L. Kolbe and two sons left
here Monday for Workegan, Mich,
their -former home. They expect to
spend the summer there.
Mr. J. B. Metcalf of Washington
D. C, and Mr. J. F. Groves of Rocky
Mount, Va., were guests last week at
the Carleton House. These gentlemen
are two of a party of six government
surveyors who are getting material
for a geographical map of Florida.
Their headquarters are at present at
Interlachen. They expect to be in
this neighborhood again soon.
Mrs Bert Pegram and little daugh daughter
ter daughter of Maitland, Fla., have been visit visiting
ing visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Pegram of
this place for the past two weeks.
Miss Hattie Carlton of Ocala is the
guest this week of Miss Jennie Car Carter.
ter. Carter. Miss Carlton is universally ad admired
mired admired here and her many friends re rejoice
joice rejoice to see her" again.
Rev. Mr. Poland, pastor of the M.
E. church at this place,, will fill his
regular appointment here next Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night and Sunday morning.
It was announced a month ago that
on May 9th at the Sunday school
hour the Sunday school would ob observe
serve observe Children's Day, but a change of
program has been: made and Child Children's
ren's Children's Day has been indefinitely post postponed.
poned. postponed. The Woman's Club will celebrate
its second anniversary next Wednes Wednesday,.
day,. Wednesday,. May 12th, with a picnic in the
grove near the big spring. All
friends of the club are invited.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of: sugar for $l,-with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

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GAS, THEIR HOPES OF
AMERICA ILL
HOT. INTERFERE
NO TENDER OF UNASKED MEDI-
" ATION BETWEEN CHINA
AND NIPPON
Washington, May C. Secretary
Bryan said today that no suggestion
of mediation by the United States be between
tween between China and Japan has been
made, as has been intimated in the
News dispatches. It was said in offi official
cial official quarters that the tender of good
offices by the United States will fol follow
low follow only a serious crisis.. No official
report: has been received this after afternoon
noon afternoon that Japan has sent .an '.ultima'
turn to' China. : J.. v ',
IN THE HANDS OF THE JAPAN JAPANESE
ESE JAPANESE AMBASSADOR
Peking, May 6. Japan's ultimatum
to China reached the Japanese lega legation
tion legation today. It will probably be pre presented
sented presented to the Chinese government this
afternoon.
TEDDY HAD GIVEN
ENOUGH TESTIMONY
(Associated Press)
Syracuse N. Y., May 6. Theodore
Roosevelt resumed the witness stand
in the supreme court here today in
the trial of the libel suit of William,
Barnes against him, but was excus excused
ed excused after the court ruled against the
efforts of his counsel to have him an answer
swer answer questions relating to local pol polities
ities polities of Albany. Justice Andrews
presiding, cautioned the jurors
against reading newspapers in. which
the news of the trial appeared.
MARION COUNTY
FAIR COMMITTEES
Buildings:. D. E. Mclver.
Executive: Z. C. Chambliss, Chair Chairman;
man; Chairman; D. E. Mclver, Baxter Cam.
Finance: Baxter Cam, chairman;
L. K. Edwards.
Live Stock Exhibits: L. K. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, chairman; E. C. Beuchler, O.
M. Gale, H. II. Whitworth, John
Mathews, J. R. Williams, Dr. S. II.
Blitch, S. T. Sistrunk.
Agricultural Exhibits: Baxter
Cam, chairman; S. J. McCully, J. W.
Davis B. R. Blitch, J. W. Luffman
W. M. Gist, Chas. B. Howell, J. T.
Rawls, Geo. H. Dyke, M. M. Proctor.
Jno. R. Rogers. J. B. Martin, J. W.
Stevens, W. J. Crosby.
Machinery and Implements: Bruce
Meffert, chairman; W. A. Knight, C.
E. Simmons. -Minerals
and Woods: Clarence
Meffert, chairman; F. B. Beckham.
Thomas Sexton.
Publicity: Frank Harris, chairman;
R. R. Carroll, J., D. Rooney.
Amusements: J. M. Meffert, chair chairman;
man; chairman; A. C. Cobb, the secretary.
Domestic Exhibits: Mrs. J. R
Moorhead, and assistants.
Horticultural Exhibits: E. L.
Wartmann, chairman; John Lewis, S.
F. Rou, R. L. Lytle, E. L. Carney, W.
G. Norsworthy, E. O. Cordery.
Poultry Exhibits: E. C. Bennett,
chairman; J. L. Davis, Mrs. Nathan
Mayo, A. P. Bitting, Mrs. S. II.
Blitch, II. Schroeder, Mrs. George J.
Blitch, D. S. Cromartie, Mrs. J. T.
Rawls, Mrs. D. Haskill, W. M. Shock Shock-ley.
ley. Shock-ley. Manufactures: John Taylor, T. I.
Arnold, Waldo Martin.
Negro Department: Jos. L. Wiley,
chairman f Frank P. Gadson, W. P.
Wilson, M. D., Fred K. Powers, G. G.
Giles, secretary. ,
Superintendents
Horticultural Department: Chas. F.
Schneider.
Agricultural Department: Travis
W. Collier.
Live Stock: C. G. Frazier.
Poultry Department: E. C. Ben Bennett.
nett. Bennett. Domestic Department: Mrs. J. R.
Moorhead.
Domestic Department (Negro):
Powers, and assistants.:
Of Races: Charles Goddard.

SUCCESS

TUBUS CLAIM THEY HAVE
COMPLETELY
(Associated
Constantinople, May C. The offi official
cial official Turkish statement that the allies
are in an unfavorable position at the
Dardanelles remains unchanged. The
report regarding the occupation of
Gallipoli and Nagara by allied land landing
ing landing forces is untrue. The Gallipoli
peninsula is controlled by the Turks.
The allies, under constant fire by the
fleet, hold two coast points. They
are unable to move against the
Turks. The Asiatic coast Has been
freed from the allies.
TURKS CLAIM ALLIES ARE
TRAPPED
London, May 6. The Turkish
statement today contradicts reports
of consistent advances by the allies
at the Dardanelles. The Turks claim
that allied troops landed on the Gal Gallipoli
lipoli Gallipoli peninsula are in a precarious
position, being encircled by Turkish
soldiers. jr
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OCALA RIFLES WILL
DRILL THIS EVENING
For the. First Time in Years, the
" Ranks are Full
The Ocala Rifles, will have regular
drill formation this; evening at 8
o'clock. In spite : of diSculty and dis discouragement,
couragement, discouragement, Ocala's noble little
company has struggled forward, and
for the first time in years has its full
complement of men.
First Lieut. Campbell and First
Sergeant Woods went to Oxford yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon to give the detach detachment
ment detachment recently organized there in instruction
struction instruction in drill and the principles of
rifle firing. The detachment is being
rapidly drilled into an efficient organ organization.
ization. organization. MUSIC RECITAL
There wil be a music recital this
evening, May 6, at 8:30 o'clock, at
he East Broadway church under the
nut-r ices of the W. C. T. U. Miss Nel Nellie
lie Nellie Zimmerman, harpist,, and Miss
Zimmerman, pianist and contralto,
fvill entertain. It is a treat that all
should be sure to hear. The tickets
can be had at the Court Pharmacy.-
OFF FOR A DAY'S PLEASURE
Mr. George Rentz with his big
party of men friends left the city at
9 o'clock this morning in automo automobiles
biles automobiles for the springs, where Mr.
Rentz had chartered the City of
Ocala and took them down the river
for a day's outing. A big fish fry,
barbecue, fishing, boating, bathing
and eating is the order. of the day.
GRINER FARM'S SMART
BOYS AND GIRLS
The Griner Farm Com and Toma
to Club held its regular meeting at
the home of Thelma and "Zeda Ca Ca-hoon
hoon Ca-hoon on Tuesday evening, May 4th.
with a good attendance ,The follow following
ing following interesting program was render rendered:
ed: rendered: Com Report, by Ruth Gray.
"Fire and Fertility," by Seba
Oliver.
Potato Report, Jby Jasper Wilson.
"Working with Tomato Canner,"
by Thelma Cahoon.
Tomato Club Song.
Griner Farm Club Song.
The club members were glad to
have with them the county agents
Mrs. C. H. Moorhead and Mr. S. J.
McCully, who gave instruction and
encouraging addresses to the club
followed by a test of soils of which
each member brought a sample from
his of her plat of ground. This prov proved
ed proved an interesting as well as instruc instructive
tive instructive part, of the program.
After the business meeting, deli delicious
cious delicious home made candies were served
by Misses Thelma Cahoon and Imo Imogen
gen Imogen e Stephens.
The popular songs and instru instrumental
mental instrumental music rendered by Misses
Agnes Crago and Zeda Cahoon added
to the pleasures of the evening. The
club members with their friends
about forty in number, spent a very
enjoyable evening and departed feel feel-Sing
Sing feel-Sing more than ever, that the Tomato
j Club means business and is going to
i make good. Reporter.
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line vf
stock feed com, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store,

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TRAPPED
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AMERICANS ARRESTED
SENATOR YOUNG AND COMPAN COMPAN-ION
ION COMPAN-ION HELD UP IN AUSTRIA
(Associated Frees)
Vienna, May 6. Former United
States Senator Lafayette Young, of
De Moines,' accompanied by former
United States deputy consul at Berne,
Switzerland, was arrested yesterday
at Innsbruck, Austria, on suspicion
against his companion. Mr. Young
was soon. released.
NO REASON FOR COMPLAINT
.Young's companion was released to today.
day. today. Mr. Young arrived here this
morning "and said he saw no reason
for complaint.
CITY CLERKS FINANCIAL
REPORT FOR APRIL
The Honorable City Council, Ocala,
Florida.
Gentlemen: Receipts and disburse disbursements
ments disbursements during the month of April,
1915, are as follows:
Receipts
Collected by tax collector:
Taxes $ 3,156.61
Lfcenses ............. ; 83.50
Collected by city marshal:
Fines (police court) ; "367.40
Delinquent personal taxes. 22.90
Collected by stock impounder:
Pound fees 39.75
Collected by clerk:
E. L. Dept. (service) : . 2,483.90
E. L. Dept. (meters)...... 50.00
Lot rent 10.00
Assessments (silewalk) . 113.C0
Sale of sacks (San. Dept.). 10.64
Sale of fertilizer .95
W. W. Dept. (Rents) 4,790.73
W. W. Dept. (meters).... 751.90
W. W. Dept. (miscellanous) 6.00
Total collections ........'.$11,887.83
BaL on hand April 1, 1915. 9,268.06
Total $21,155.94
Warrants Drawn During April, 1915
Salaries, officers, clerks,
etc. $ 65.00
Police Department:
Salaries 345.00
Witness fees and costs .... 32.05
Feed for prisoners 19.35
Sundry expense 17.60
Street Department:
Labor 251.92
Feed . 78.63
Sundry expense 46X5
Surveying 90.00
Sanitary Department:
Labor and expense 320.85
Feed 78.63
Health department 100.0C
Water for public use 200.00
Blarkef 82.00
Contingencies 725.73
Pound expense 79.44
Construction of sidewalks. 412X1
Fire Department:
Salaries .. 279.0C
Feed 37.82
Supplies and repairs ..... 85.32
Sundries 69.18
Hydrant rental 2,430.00
Equipment ... .- 250.0C
E. L. Dept. 2,073.98
Water works Dept:
Labor 393XC
Fuel ... 588.40
Interest coupons 1,925.00
Meters 735.20
Sundries ... 242.60
Total warrants drawn $12,055.26
Disbursed by City .Treasurer During
April, 1915
General fund .6,243.24
Electric light fund 2,203.04
Water works fund 3,988.72
$12,435.00
Balance on Hand May 1, 1915
General fund 3,738.47
Bond interest fund 165.25
Sinking fund 2,0120
Electric light fund '. . 1,083.10
Water works fund 1,634.43
Water works bond fund... 87.37
$ 8,720.94
Accounted for as follows, as per
treasurer's report:
In M. C. National Bank..$ 7,014.11
In Seaboard National Bank. 400.00
Due for coupons. prevHy pd. 400.00
Coupons now turned in.... 408.00
Sinking fund at interest.. 800.0C
Cash items 732
$ 8,720.94
Outstanding Scrip, May 1, 1915
General fund $ 48.1 C
Electric light fund 100.00
Water works fund 3.5C
$ 151.60
Respectfully submitted,
' IL C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.

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FIERCEST BATTLE OF THE EI11E WAR 'RIB- Mil
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London, May 6. The Austro-Ger-1
man offensive movement In western
Galicia hasdeveloped into cne of the
greatest encounters in the European
war. Late advices today from Petro Petro-grad
grad Petro-grad admit the situation is serious for
the Russians but say the advance of
the enemy has been checked. Both
Vienna and Berlin says the Russians
have begun a general retreat
An, official statement received from
Vienna late today declares the Aus-tro-German
advance continues along
the whole front and that the Russians
have lost 50,000 men In prisonis
alone.
SUCCESS FpLLOWS SUCCESS
Vienna, May 6. A battle of the
most desperate character continued
all of Tuesday night and yesterday
without a break on the west Galician
rront. The Austro-German armies
continued to gain ground on the
southern section of this front, captur
ing position after position 'from-the
Russians-
BRITISH ADMIT RUSSIANS WERE
BEATEN
London, May 6. British observers
now admit the Austro-Germans havei
inflicted several considerable local
defeats on the Russians in west Gall Gall-cia.
cia. Gall-cia.
NEBUGHADNEZZAR AND
THE GREAT WHITE BEAR
Or What Shall Come to Pass In the
Latter Days
In last week's Star this article end ended
ed ended by quoting the prophet Ezekiel
38:10-16, showing at the time of Rus Russian
sian Russian invasion in the Holy Land to
take a spoil, that England beincr a
protector of the, Jews will ask Rus Russia
sia Russia if she has come to take a spoil,
a great spoil.
Then Russia will make war with
England and sweep over into Egypt
and take the English possessions
there. Edom, Moab, Ammon, Egypt.
Ethiopia, and Seba, are with England
under English protection, and all are
involved in war except Edom, Moab
and Ammon, as we find written by the
prophet Daniel in the 11th chapter
and 41st verse, saying, "He shall en enter
ter enter also into the glorious land, and
many countries shall be overthrown
but these shall escape out of his hand
even Edom and Moab and the chief of
the children of Ammon.
"He shall stretch forth his hand al also
so also upon the countries: and the land
of Egypt shall not escape.
"But he shall have power over the
treasures of gold and silver, and over
all precious things of Egypt, and the
Libyans, and the Ethiopians shall be
at his steps.
Then England will be conquered so
that Russia will stand monarch over
all, and the image that Nebuchadnez Nebuchadnezzar
zar Nebuchadnezzar saw in his dream which shonld
be set up in the latter days in actual
existence waiting for that stone. to
smite it on the feet and subdue all
those kingdoms and take them to
himself, as it is written in Rev. 11:15
"Lo and behold the kingdoms of this
world have become the kingdoms of
our Lord and his Christ, and he shall
reign forever and ever."
To show how this will all come
about, we must search the scripture
and we are told in Amos 3:7 that God
has revealed all he intends to do con concerning
cerning concerning this affair by his prophetr
whom he used as servants for that
purpose.
As it reads snrely he will do noth nothing,
ing, nothing, but he revealeth his secret unto
his servants, the prophets.
So then whatever we find written
by the prophets we may take for
granted will surely come to pass and
we must not overlook the act that
the testimony of all the prophets
agree. Although written at different
periods and at different places, one
not knowing anything of the others
writiifgV but when their testimony
was gathered and all bound in one
book, it all harmonized and all testi testify
fy testify of a kingdom that God will estab establish
lish establish on the earth that shall never be
destroyed and it shall not be left to
other people, but it shall break in
pieces all these kingdoms, and shall
stand forever, as told in Dan. 2:41.
Well, the prophecy is, that when
Russia has taken over the Turkish
possessions, that she also takes over
the Turkish interests in Palestine
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Into her mind and she invades the
Holy Land for Rain.
At this time the Lord Jesus will,
have returned to earth again. "He has
Tone into a far country to receive for
himself a kingdom, and thenjhe will
eturn to b!es3 all nations, anci
up a glorious Iditgdom over the re-
maining nations, which will last one
thousand years.
"For as truly as I live faith the
Lord all the earth shall be filled with
the glory of the Lord." Num. 14:21.
Then will coma a glorious age when
all nations thai! be blessed in Abra Abraham's
ham's Abraham's seed, when the earth shall be become
come become like the garden of Eden. Then
there will be ftlory to God tn the
highest, peace on earth and good will
toward men.
But while the nations nre at war
kings being dethroned acd another
being given the honor of ruling in
their stead, and man slaying his f:V
lowman which can bring him net'
but vain glory, the Eecosd ccrsir cX
Christ takes place.
The nations will kr.ow nothing cf it.
because he has said to thoe who lock
for him a second time, "Watch for I
come as a thief, therefore he will
not come. as a h. thief to those who
watch, consequently those who do not
look for him will know nothing about
bis "being on the earth at his coming.
So when there great wars have
shaped up the Nebuchadnezzar imarre
the judgement will have, passed, which
ia to "take 'place 'at I-It. Sinai, where
Moses received the laws, and Russia
invades the Holy Land to take a spoil,
then Israel's future king 'with these
powerful ones who have been
ed at the iudgement"fsst of Christ
will go with him to deliver the Jews
out of the Russians hands. And they
encounter the outposts cf the Rus Russian
sian Russian army in Egypt first and sub subdue
due subdue them, then they go to Jerusalem
and find the Russians-slaying off the
Jew; then the Jews are given great
power, so that one Jew can put a
thousand of the enemy to flight and
they slaughter the armies that invade
the land with such a great slaughter
that there will only be a sixth pirt
escape to tell the news; their power
comes from God through their Mes Messiah,
siah, Messiah, as he has tald, "the Father has
delivered all thin.js unto his hand, and
given him all power in heaven and
earth.
These armies will make war with
this new power and the ten toed king kingdoms
doms kingdoms make war with him, but he over- -comes
them, for he Is Lord cf Lords,
and king of kings. This is the battle
of Armageddon.
Then shall come a peaceful reign
and a temple built in Jerusalem, cne
mile square which will be for the na nations
tions nations to dwell in when they go up
from year to year to worship the
Lord, and to offer sacrifices cn the al alter
ter alter which will bs placed in the cen center
ter center of the temple.
For the benefit of those who would
like to know where to look for scrip scripture
ture scripture evidence of that kingdom, we will
for the first evidence draw your at attention
tention attention to the 25th chapter of Mat Matthew,
thew, Matthew, beginning t-t the 31st vere, and
let us not forget the fact that these
are the words ipoken by the Lord
himself saying:- "When the son cf
man shall come and all the Holy ang angels
els angels with him, then shall he sit cn the
throne of his glory.
We have the cssurance that he is
not at present sitting on the thrcr.e
of his glory, bat when he comes with
all his holy angels, he declares will
be the time that he will set up a
kingdom, and sit on the throne cf his
glory.
And he said that he would gather all
nations to judgement, and that he
would separate them out, the fheep
on the right hand and the goats on th
left, and he will say to them cn the
right, "come unto me ye blessed cf
my Father's inherit the kingdom pre preparing
paring preparing for you from the foundation
of the world."
But he will say to those on the left,
"Depart from ce."
Those who are accepted cf him at
that time will be given eternal life,
be given the divine nature, or their
bodies changed in the twinkling cf en
eve as Paul has said in 1st Cor. Uth
chapter, for this corruptible body
must put on incorrcption and thif
mortal body immortality.
So then the judgement taking place
at Mt. Sinai, when the Lord ani
thousands of his saints corae forth
as Moses has prophesied in De-t.
33: 2-3, saying:
"And he said the Lord cam a frcn
Sinai and rose up from Selr nr. to
them; he thined forth from nour.t Pa Pa-ran,
ran, Pa-ran, and he -came with ten thousand
of hit-saints; from his right hard went
a fiery law for them.
- (Concluded on Fourth Pee) :

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J. II. Benjamin, Editor
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Three ononths. In advance. . 1.25
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One year- In advance. ..... 18.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
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J. Walter Kehoe of Pensacola is
the latest candidate for Congress in
the third Florida district.

Beginning today, the Bradentown
business houses will give their em employes
ployes employes a half holiday every Thursday
till October.

One result of the Davis law will be
that after Oct. 1, 1915, a Floridian
will be able to buy half a pint of the
meanest whisky on earth for 15
cents.

Judge J. A. Carlisle, an old and
well known citizen of Gainesville, is
dead. He was born near Newberry,
S. C.f in 1847, and had been a citizen
of Gainesville since 1871.

Thursday half holidays for the
summer began in St. Augustine to today.
day. today. Nearly every business house in
the Ancient City will close at 1 p. m.
very Thursday till Oct. 1.

If Kitchener's new army doesn't
offend more offensively than it has
"fofthe last two weeks, the Germans
will soon be near enough to Dover" to
shoot shells into it from their 17 17-inch
inch 17-inch guns.
The allies seem to have set to work
to peel the Turks off the Gallipoli
peninsula like a boy would 1 peel the
skin off a banana. Said peninsula,
however, is a mighty knotty-looking
banana.

Robert T. Lincoln, chairman of the
board of directors of the Pullman
Company, admits that the system of
paying Pullman car porters small
wages, and expecting them to receive
tips from the passengers, is bad. The
only way to put an end to the tipping
evil is to pay porters, waiters, etc.,
decent wages and make them feel
that taking tips degrades them.

Noting the botanical classification
of Allie Angle, the Ocala Star con concludes
cludes concludes that he is a "daisy." Af any
rate, he's going to bloom in the comp comptroller's
troller's comptroller's office next term. Tampa
Tribune.
There's a hard working and highly
efficient Scotch thistle by the name of
Evan P. Thagard in his way.

Bulgaria is the problem of the
Balkans. After withdrawing troops
from Adrianople to send to the Dar Dardanelles,
danelles, Dardanelles, Turkey is 'obliged by the
threatening attitude of Bulgaria to
send them back again. If Bulgaria
lets pass this opportunity to acquire
Adrianople, it is not likely that an another
other another such will be offered.

Mr.,Gus A. Morton, the king bean
and cucumber grower of the "Willis "Willis-ton
ton "Willis-ton section, was among the business
visitors in the city Wednesday. He
says his section is going to ship im immense
mense immense quantities of vegetables this
season unless some exceptionally
hard luck should strike them.

Some kind person sends us a mark marked
ed marked copy of the Tampa Tribune, con containing
taining containing a "Reply to Pastor Russell."
We appreciate his thoughtf ulness,
but he needn't worry." As long as we
have so many government reports on
hand, there is not the slightest dan danger
ger danger of our orthodoxy being disturbed
by reading Pastor Russell.

Some idea of the high cost of news
is to be had from the following taken
from the Annalist: "The Associated
Press in 1914 spent $3,419,135 to
gather news and furnish it to its
members. This was $500,000 in ex excess
cess excess of expenditures for any other
year and $821,000 more than receipts
last year. The heavy cable tolls on
war news from Europe caused the
big increase in expenditures. The as association
sociation association now has 909 members, in including
cluding including 340 morning papers, 523 eve evening,;
ning,; evening,; and 46 Sunday newspapers."
The fact that Jacksonville and some
of the other larger Florida cities
have picture shows that run on Sun Sunday
day Sunday evenings has caused some of the
"unco guid" to try to have the leg legislature
islature legislature pass a law prohibiting pic picture
ture picture shows on Sunday. Seems to the

Star that this is a matter to be left

to the people of the cities concerned.
What right have the people of Lake

City, Gainesville and Arcadia to pre

scribe how those of Jacksonville and
Tampa shall spend their Sunday evenings?.

itable men and women of all denomi denominations
nations denominations who object to having religion
cut and dried by law, but a large
number, perhaps a majority of the
people of the state, do not belong to
any church, and any denominational
dogma inserted into the law is an in infringement
fringement infringement on their rights.
. It is said that the resolution to
submit the state-wide prohibition
amendment was lost through the de desertion
sertion desertion of one member of the Senate,

who was so drunk that he did not
know how he was voting. Regardless
of how one might view the question
of state-wide prohibition, if this

charge is tree," this senator is deserv

ing of impeachment. A man who
would appear in the legislative halls
in a. drunken condition is a disgrace
to the state and a reproach to the
constituency which elected him,' and

the latter should correct their mis mistake
take mistake by demanding his immediate re

moval. Lakeland Telegram.

If some newspaper man who has

the evidence will print the gentle

man's name, he will probably be im
peached in short order.

Up at Ocala there is a slender,
middle-aged chap by the name of

Benjamin who edits the Ocala Star,
puts it to press every evening and
then sits up half the night writing
local copy and other things. We

don't know just how Editor Benjamin

managed it, but he got off for a few

days and came south, taking in
Tampa, the Pinellas peninsula and
other wonder places hereabouts. Re Returning
turning Returning to Ocala, he wrote a descrip description
tion description of his trip that is a classic. He
describes this section as the Italy of
Florida. He's right. In fact, Benjamin-
is nearly always right. Tampa
Times.
Two or three more like this and we
will recover our long-lost accomplish accomplishment
ment accomplishment of blushing.

Engineer Twombly's report sub submitted
mitted submitted to the board of public works
yesterday should set at rest the mis misinformation
information misinformation and misrepresentation
which has been current concerning
the cost of the sewer system for
some time past. Why, it is rare that
a $4,t00 or $5,000 house is erected
with the cost of extras less than 2
per cent, and this where all details
and conditions can be figured definite definitely
ly definitely as could not be done with the
sewer work. Tampa Times.
. There has been a lot of discussion
about that Tampa sewer' system, and
Engineer Twombly's Ocala friends
will be glad to see that the. Times
takes the foregoing view of the matter.

Two new applicants for saloon
licenses, and with the-Davis package
bill to come into being as an active
law next October. Some folks have
plenty of nerve. Tampa Times.
So far as the Star can see, the Da Davis
vis Davis bill will help a lot of the saloons.
They will be able to sell more whis whisky
ky whisky at less expense.

Has the Orlando Sentinel passed in
its checks? We" havent seen it lately.

BELLEVIEW

There has been more of a disposi disposition
tion disposition at this session of the legislature
than ever before to bring up religious
questions. So far, the more enlight enlightened
ened enlightened men have held them down, but it
is not to the credit of the state that
men who are so narrow minded as to
bring up such questions can be elect elected
ed elected to its legislative body. It is not
only the most progressive and char-

Beileview. May 6. Mr. C. E. Sim Simmons
mons Simmons and Mr. I. I. Strong, both of
whom live in Ocala and who are
somewhat known here stopped
over in Belleview for refresh refreshments
ments refreshments as they motored on their joy joyful
ful joyful way to Leesburg.
Miss G. M. Turner went up to Ocala
last Thursday and visited with friends
until Saturday.
This weather has been very con conducive
ducive conducive to the growing of flowers. Mr.
Isaac Nichols' roses are flourishing
apace, and one beautiful rose spray
that Mr. Nichols gave the writer, held
99 buds.
Miss Myrtle Maier is spending a
few days in Oxford with her father,
who is there attending to some well
driving work.
Mr. John B. Sipes, who has built a
pretty little bungalow about three
miles out on the Lake Weir hard
road, and who intends to make this
his home, comes across with the reg regular
ular regular initiation fee of $1.50 to join the
Star club, and which entitles him to
the full benefits to be derived from
same for one year. One by one, they
come.
Mrs. Delbert Haskell came in Sat Saturday
urday Saturday from Ocala, where she had been
visiting with friends.
Miss Alice Campbell returned to
her home in Ocala Saturday after a
very pleasant visit with herfriend
Mrs. J. N. Shedd.
Mrs. Bohanon and daughter, who
formerly lived in the Collins house
arrived from Jacksonville last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and have engaged one of the
Millsom cottages for the summer.
Mr. and -Mrs. J. R. Sipes made a
little business trip to Ocala last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon.
Dad Hardison has been" laying ser seriously
iously seriously ill at the home of his daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. V. D. P. Pratt for the past
week and many are the expressions
of sympathy heard on all sides. Un Under
der Under the skillful care of Dr. B. N.
Tanner, there is some improvement
noted in Mr. Hardison's condition.
The Belleview baseball nine went

No. 9926

REPORT OF THfi CONDITION OP

The Ocala National Bank
At Ocala, in the Stat of Florida, at the Close of Business May 1st, 1915

Resources
1 a Loans and discounts (notes held in bank)... $203,436.11
Total loans
3. a U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation
(par value) 75,000.00
c U. S. bonds pledged to secure postal savings
' deposits (par value) : 1,000.00
f Premium on U. bonds. 440.31
Total U. S. bonds
4. b Bonds other than U. S. bonds pledged to se
cure U. S. deposits 11,000.00
c Bonds other than U. S. bonds pledged to se secure
cure secure postal savings deposits 2,000.00
d Bonds, securities pledged as collateral for
state, or other deposits or bills payable (pos-
tal excluded) 5,000.00
f Securities other than U. S. bonds (not includ including
ing including stocks) owned unpledged 84,381.03
Total bonds, securities, etc
5. Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve
Bank $5,400.00
a Less amount unpaid 3,600.00
6. Banking house, $35,380.60; furniture and flix-
tures, $4,619.40 .".
8. Due from Federal Reserve Bank
9. a Due from approved reserve agents in New
York, Chicago and St. Louis 36705.68
b Due from approved reserve agents in other re reserve
serve reserve cities 11,363.03
10. Due from banks and bankers (other than in
cluded in 8 or 9) .. ......
11. Checks on banks in the same city or town as re
porting bank
13. a Outside checks and other cash items....... 549.56
b Fractional currency, nickels, and cents...... -"261.85
14. Notes of other national banks ..
Lawful money reserve in bank:
16. Total coin and certificates.
17. Legal-tender notes
18. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more
than 5 per cent on circulation)
Total
Liabilities
1. Capital stock paid in
2. Surplus fund
,3. Undivided profits 10,426.80
Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid 7,135.66
4. Circulating notes ..
7. Due to banks and bankers (other than included
in 5 or 6) 134.23
9. Demand deposits:
a Individual deposits subject to check........ 156,445.22
b Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days 2,415.00
d Cashier's checks outstanding 60.22
e United States deposits 10,000.00
f Postal savings deposits ,1,409.41
g State, county, or other municipal deposits se secured
cured secured by item 4d of "Resources" 4,000.00
10. Time deposits:
a Certificates of deposit due on or after 30 days 1,890.85
c Deposits subject to 30 or more days' notice... 171,013.64
11. U. S. bonds borrowed without furnishing col
lateral security for same... .. ....

$203,436.11

76,440.31

1 m i ii, ininiim mm

102,381.03

1,800.00
40,000.00
5,000.00

48,073.76
13,251.16
623.93
811.41
310.00
11,782.00
9,000.00
3,750.00

$516,659.71

$ 75,000.00
15,000.00
3,291.14
75,000.00

347,368.57
1,000.00

Total .....

$516,659.71

STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION, ss:
I, H. D. Stokes, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
H. D. STOKES, Cashier.
Correct Attest: JNO. L. EDWARDS,
J. E. CHACE,
- CLARENCE CAMP, Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this-6th day of May, 1915.
(Notary Seal) T. B. Pasteur, Notary Public

down to Summerfield last Saturday
afternoon and had a practice game
with the Tigers, which scored Sum Summerfield
merfield Summerfield 10, Belleview 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Flannagan
made a business trip to Ocala one day
last week.
Master Eugene Hardison and Mrs.
Helen C. Northery came down from
Jacksonville last Sunday. Eugene re returned
turned returned to the city Monday, while Mrs.
Northey will remain here for a visit
with her daughter, Mrs. V. D. P.
Pratt.
- The town election was held Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, May 4th, resulting in a confir confirmation
mation confirmation of the caucus choice.
MOSS BLUFF

Moss Bluff. May 6. Mr. I. Perry,

who has been visiting South Florida!

points the last two weeks, returned
home Monday.
Mr. W. G. White visited friends and
relatives in Ocala Saturday and Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. ;
Mrs. N. A. Fort and Mrs. A. J.
Harrell of Oklawaha, visited Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Morrison Saturday.
Mr. John Morrison visited Mr. O. E.
Hightower Sunday.
- Miss Angie Collins returned home
Saturday from Tarpon Springs, where
she has been spending a couple of
weeks.
Mr. A. W. Fort and family motor motored
ed motored to Ocala Tuesday.
Mrs. P. L. Hightower of Winter
Haven, arrived here Monday to visit
her mother-in-law, Mrs. L Perry.
Mr. M. J. Collins and son, Jim Col Collins,
lins, Collins, who are staying at Umatilla,
visited home folks Saturday and Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Rev. Gorbett filled his regular ap appointment
pointment appointment at Electra church Saturday
and Sunday. Quite a crowd attended
both days.
Mr. A. J. Holton visited the Brick
City Saturday.
Miss Addye Morrison visited the
Misses Collins Sunday.
A few of the Bluff ites had a de delightful
lightful delightful little picnic and fish fry on
Long Pond Saturday. Those attend attending
ing attending were Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Fort.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fort and Miss
Ethel Nixson.
Miss Ruth Gorbett of Altoona vis visited
ited visited friends here Saturday and Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Several Electra and Moss Bluff
people attended the Mayday celebra celebration
tion celebration in Ocala Saturday.
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LAKE WEIR

Lake Weir, May 6- Mr. Carson
Bradford, wife and two children, who
have spent the past two months here,
left Tuesday for their home in Nash Nashville,
ville, Nashville, Term.
Dr. and Mrs. F. P. Herr left Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for their home in Pennsylvania.
They will return about Sept. 1st and
make this their permanent home.
Mr. Ham p Chambers of Ocala mov moved
ed moved his family down last week and is
camping luxuriously on the margin
of the lake among the wide spread spreading
ing spreading oaks and pines. He erected two
tents, which affords them a drawing
room, two bed rooms, dining room
and kitchen. He has an oil stove, ice
box and a hammock where he can lie
and hear the mocking bird and whip whip-porwill
porwill whip-porwill pipe their tuneful lay all
night long and so forget war, fire and
floods.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of the south
ide of the lake gave one of the
most delightful teas at the club house
last Thursday that has been given
this season. There were about 35
ladiet present with a number of men
who made up several tables of five
hundred and auction bridge. At 5:30
tea and sandwiches was served by
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, assisted by
their niece. Miss Wilson of Tennes Tennessee,
see, Tennessee, who has been their guest for
several months. The club house nev never
er never looked quite so charming. Sweet
peas were everywhere in abundance
and with the bright spring costumes
of the ladies in the forground and
the sparkling lake for a background,
made a most pleasing picture. Mr.
and Mrs. Wilson are among our most
cultured people of the lake and whom
it is a pleasure to meet and be num numbered
bered numbered as one of their friends.
Miss Tillie Pasteur entertained
quite a number of youne people from

the muck farm Saturday night very
pleasantly with cards and after light
refreshments, went to the club house

ror the dance.

Miss Sigmon left for her home at
Weirsdale Monday after teaching the
public school here for the past seven
months. Miss Sigmon won a great
many true friends here by her sweet

and retiring disposition and her un-

unng erxorts to please tne public

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1914 and August 1st, 1915, that they will be paid a re rebate
bate rebate of not less' than SnO.OO 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, but 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

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Tlie Management ol DR. HXcCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving oi the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and -Troxler's stands.
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Thought for the Day
Tis good in every way you know
To have two strings unto your bow.
...
Engagement Announced
An engagement that will be of
great interest to their many friends
was that announced last evening
when Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Snow enter entertained
tained entertained 'at a most beautifully arrang arranged
ed arranged party for Miss Sally Spurlin and
Mr. Carl II. Dekle. The engagement
of this young couple comes as a great
surprise and will occasion sincerest
congratulations, as Miss Spurlin has
grown to young womanhood in this
city and is most popular and greatly
loved by a -large circle of friends all
over the state. Miss Spurlin is the
only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Spurlin of this city and Lake Weir.
Mr. Dekle is from Thomasville, Ga.,
and is a brother to Mr. J. O. Dekle
formerly of the Dekle Grocery Co.,
of this city, and a splendid young
man.

Runaway June
(Continued from Yesterday)

friends of Mrs. Dorsey, and will make
the trip to the Pacific slope Jn an au automobile.
tomobile. automobile. They expect to return
home about the first of September.
...

Program Saturday at Woman's Club J

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.
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the honorees who "stood in an elabo elaborately
rately elaborately decorated room amid myriads
of exquisite spring flowers.'Receiving
with Miss Spurlin and Mr. Dekle were
Miss Erin Yonge and Mr. Lester

Lucas, whose engagement has been so rjr. w. IL Dodge after a short visit
recently announced. After all the returned to his Iiome in Jacksonville

Grace Burwell two attractive young
ladies of Brooksville, who have been
the guests of their cousin, Dr. and
Mrs. W. K. Lane, for : several days
will return to their home tomorrow.

guests arrived they were invited in into
to into the dining room which was lovely
in its appointment of pink and white
blossoms. Centering the large din dining
ing dining table was a mound of pink blos blossoms
soms blossoms in the midst of which was a lit

tle Maypole, the ribbon streamers ex- and family.

tending to the edge of the table and
held by a tiny Kevvpie. Each guest
took a ribbon and in the march
around the table formed a miniature
maypole dance reversing the rib ribbons
bons ribbons were pulled and to the name of
Miss Spurlin was attached the card of
Mr. Dekle, thus announcing in a most
clever manner their engagement, the
marriage date to be made later. Mrs.
Snow was assisted by Mrs. Mabry
Sumner and Miss Beatrice Boney in
serving a pink ice course served in
tiny pink May baskets and mints, fol followed
lowed followed by a pink punch which was
served during the entire evening.
Music by Mr. and Mrs. Norwood, Mr.
Lucas and the hostess was greatly
enjoyed by the guests. The little
kewpies and May baskets were re retained
tained retained by the guests as souvenirs of
the occasion. The guests enjoying
this happy occasion with the host,
hostess and honorees were Mr. and
Mrs. Norwood, Misses Ethel and
Mary Seymour, Louise Sanders,
Louise Booe, Elizabeth Suber and
Messrs. Frank Anthony, Perry An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Hugo Mclntqsh; Percy Per Perkins,
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yesterday afternoon. Dr. Dodge came
down on Tuesday especially to offi officiate
ciate officiate at the marriage of Miss Bessie
MacKay and Mr. W. D. Taylor Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening. During his stay he was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. (L S. Scott

-Mrs. J. A. Bouvier was the charm charming
ing charming hostess Wednesday afternoon of
the Eastern Star sewing circle. Dur During
ing During the afternoon Mrs. Bouvier serv served
ed served delicious strawberries grown in her
garden and cake. She was assisted
in serving by her daughter, Louise
and smart little son Gerald.
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city yesterday for a ten days visit to
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski and Dr.
and Mrs. Walter Hood. Mr. Barco.
has not' been enjoying the best of
health of late and is taking a much
needed vacation. He will visit his
daughters in Miami before returning
to his home.
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St. Margaret's Guild of the Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal church will hold a silver tea" on
next Monday afternoon between the
hours of four and six o'clock at the
residence of Mrs. Chas. S. Cullen, on
Ft. -King avenue. A cordial invita invitation
tion invitation is extended to every one and it
is hoped a large company 4 will b
present.

One of the prettiest parties of the
entire week was that of last evening
when Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane enter entertained
tained entertained at rook in compliment to their
charming cousins and guests. Misses
Marguerite Cobb, Grace Burwell and
Nettie Smith of Brooksville and
Clearwater. In the spacious recep reception
tion reception hall was placed the four tables,
the room being artistically adorned
with spring flowers for the occasion.
Punch was served throughout the
evening fcy Misses Irene Tompkins

and Nellie Jones, assisted by Mrs.

Lane. These young ladies also assist assisted
ed assisted in serving the ice course at the

conclusion of the games. Pink mint3
were placed on the tables during the

evening. Those enjoying the ever
charming hospitality of Dr. and Mrs.

Lane were Misses Marguerite Cobb,

Grace Burwell, Nettie Smith, Helen

Brown, Mary Connor, Gertie Peyser,
Ruby Gissendaner, Mrs. Etta Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, Messrs. Duncan McDonald, .Rob

ert Clarkson, Carlisle Izlar, Herbert

Counts, Robert Anderson, O. B.

Howse, T-D. Lancaster, G. D. Parish.
No prizes were awarded.

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Mr. Lee Miller of Whitney is a

guest in the city for a few days, ar arriving
riving arriving yesterday. He is at the home
of his mother-in-law, Mrs. S. A.

Standley on Oklawaha avenue.

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Mrs. Ardi3 Waterman left yester

day on the 1 o'clock Seaboard for
Jacksonville, where she will be the

guest of her sister. Mrs. Mallory Lid-

don for a week.

Jdr. and Mrs. William Hocker, Mr.

and Mrs. L. W. Duval, Mrs. Edward

Holder, Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce and
Mrs. Charles Tydings formed a mer merry
ry merry "party spending yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the Oklawaha River farms.
The many friends of Mrsl R. A.
Williams, nee; Miss Leila Gerard,
formerly of this city, but now of

Miss Alice Bullock Miller of Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, who is the charming guest Qf her
grandparents, Judge and Mrs. W. S.
Bullock and family, was the honor
guest at. a motion picture party,, yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon when .Mrs.- Annie
Waldo VanDeman entertained about
a dozen of her little friends in com compliment
pliment compliment to the popular little visitor.
After seeing the pictures ice cream
and cake were enjoyed at the Court
Pharmacy.

A RARE MUSICAL TREAT

In order not to conflict with the
children's May day show at the

Temple theater, this evening, the

managers of the Zimmerman sisters'

musical recital to be given at the

Christian church on East Broadway
have postponed the time of beginning
from 8 to 8:30 o'clock. This is very
generous of the ladies who have the
musical in hand and should give them

a full house. The entertainment is

of high order and a charming pro program
gram program will be given. As far as we
know Miss Zimmerman is :the first

performer on the Italian harp who
has appeared in our city and there is

certainly no more beautiful instru instrument.
ment. instrument. Remember the hour, 8:30

this evening, May 6th.

AT THE TEMPLE THIS EVENING

For the benefit of the large num

ber of people who have expressed re regret
gret regret at being unable on account of

the crowd to see and enjoy the crown

ing of the May queen and king and

the Maypole dances and songs, the
committee has decided to put these

features on at the Temple theater

this evening at 8 o'clock. It is
also intended to show the beautifully
decorated doll carts and Velocipedes

on the stage this evening. This en

tertainment will be given with the
picture program as advertised, ,and no

extra charge will be made. Home

made candies and postcard pictures of

the Mayday parade will be on sale

Gainesville, are pleased to meet with in the lobby of the theater for the

her again after an absence of several j benefit of the committee.

THE BOYS OF OCALA FIRST

months. This is her second visit here
since her marriage some time ago.
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Mrs. John Mixson, Mrs. Ben Mor Morton
ton Morton and little son Adolphus Whitfield
of Williston, were guests of Mrs.
Louise Horne at her home on Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha avenue yesterday.

. camp is limited to 30 boys, the number

Prof. Dorsey, principal of the Fort will no doubt be reached before many

Meade high school, passed through days. We are anxious to secure as

the city Saturday with his bride of many boys from Ocala as possible.

a few days, en route for San Fran- Write at once for application blank

Cisco, to attend the exposition. They and booklet or see,
are accompanied by two young lady5K3-6t Roy B. Bowers.

Parents who expect to send their

boys to Camp MUCOSO for the sum

mer are requested to sign up at once,
as the directors will visit other parts

jof the state next week, and as the

"At "I'm k nam 8, wen, you tnm. iu
half an hour." And to Mrs. Villard's
nod he lifted his hat, and the car drove
away. Blye gave the fat man a quar quarter
ter quarter and went back into his club.
The fat man stuck the coin Into his
pocket, went to a telephone and hoarse hoarsely
ly hoarsely called for a number.
A sharp faced woman with a Ions
nose and hlsh arched eyebrows an

swered that calL

"Say. this la Bill Wolf," reported the

thick one. -Say, I got him! Do you
know where Pinknam'a Is?

"Yes! unexpectedly shrilled Mrs.

Blye.

Well, your busband'a gonna be there

in half an hour and meet the gal!

"June Warner 7 snapped Mrs. Blye

vlolenUy.

"Thafa the name,- said BUI Wolf.

I heard him say it half a dozen
times."

llonorla was hasUly preparing to go

out when a sudden thought came to

ber, and she called up Ned Warner.

lie had just arrived at the lonely apart apartments
ments apartments which June and he had fitted up

with such care.

-Well. Mr. Warner." came the par

rot-lite voice of nono?ia. "your wife Is

to meet my husband In the offices of

Benjamin Pink nam. In the Bond Se

curities buUdlng. In half an hour."

The coast was quite clear when Mrs.

Vlllard arrived opposite the O'Keefe

house.

Sammy came out on the doorstep.
"Do you know where Mrs. O'Keefe

lives? This lady says she has a young
lady friend stoprIn there, and"

"Is It Mrs. Vlllard J" asked Sammy.

and he exchanged a pleasant smile

wUh the lady. 1

"No," he grinned, "but you come

right in."

The coast was still clear when, a few

minutes later. Mrs. VUlard and June

and Marie and Bouncer and a huze

bundle of clothes came out of the pas

sageway between the O'Keefe and Mc

pherson houses and climbed Into the

car.

Ia front of one of the tallest of those

mighty towers which commerce has
reared as monuments to her Imperious
way Mrs. Vlllard led June through

portals of a majesty which would have

graced a cathedral la older days. June.

lost in the beauty of thij entrance, did-

not notice a peculiar circumstance.

Mrs. VUlard had dismissed her car.

ending Marie and Bouncer home with

the clothes.

She hurtled straight back to the ele

vators with June and shot up to the

eleventh floor, where they entered a
suit of offices furnished with the heavy

richness of a club or a millionaire bach

elor's quarters. Mrs-.Viilard on an announcing
nouncing announcing her name was shown at' once

into- a private reception room. A se

vere looking man came out to meet

them, a hard man, one with a smile-

less face and a metallic looking nose

and chin.

"I'll see you in Just a moment, Mrs.

Vlllard." he said in an unbending voice.

and his chill gray eye. roving to June,
speculated appreciatively upon that

very pretty young person.

There swept into the reception room

a woman who almost stopped June s

breath. She was startllngly handsome.

with a skin like velvet, a complexion

of exquisite tinting, a facial contour
without a Caw. Her nose was perfect

ly modeled, ber eyes were full and
large and round and clear as crystal,
and shff held her head tilted backwnrd

at a KUght angle which was the perfec perfection
tion perfection of insolence. She was extrava extravagantly
gantly extravagantly gowned and glittering with

Jewels, but the most remarkable thing

la connection with her was the trans transformation
formation transformation lnthe severe man. He had
been changed from metal into wax; his

eyes had come to life and on his Hps a

smile.

"Why, my dear," he said, "this la an

unexpected pleasure. May I ask you
to wait Just a moment?" And he

glanced apprehensively toward his pri private
vate private office, where a small. Impatient

man, with his gloved hands clasped on
a cane, sat nervously.

"I don't think I shall need to wait"

And the woman glanced around the

reception room. Her glance swept Just
above the, head of Mrs. Vlllard, but it

swept downward as It came to June.

She calmly lifted her pearl handled

lorgnette, opened.it with a snap and
surveyed the girl from head to foot
with a cold appraisement of that beau beautiful
tiful beautiful young person's charms. She
swept her gaze to her beaming hus

band. '4 shall need some money." she
remarked, and there was an additional
insolence in her having made herself
oblivious to the fact that there were
strangers present. ...
"With pleasure, my dear." And Mr.
Pinknam was as obsequious as if he
had been a salesman whom the vro vro-man
man vro-man bad Just favored with a large or

der. "How much shall it be?"
"Ten thousand," she said calmly.
The impatient little man leaned for forward
ward forward and started to talk as Pinknam
sat down at his desk, but no attention
trmm pan IU un eager mieWBI Of IDC
conversation, and be died into fuming
silence while the check was wrltten.
Mrs. Pinknam stood la disdainful re repose.
pose. repose. "I have made It twenty." Mr. Pink

nam observed, using the ingratiating

tones as he tried to smile-

"Thank you." she said and. folding
the check, dropped.lt Into a little gold
purse as If It were a trifle of vulgar
Insignificance. If the man had thought

by his eagerness and generosity to
strike from her any spark of gratitude

or affection he badfbeen mistaken, for.

having thanked him in a manner which
made the thanks themselves an Insult

she bade him good by and swept from

the office. And the man? He beamed

after her!

Mrs. Hlanl and June breatned s
sigh of relief. They were invited into

a handsome inner office. The Insolent
ly handsome woman! In Mrs. Pink

nam the runaway bride had recognized

another and a startling-phase of ber

own problem. Here It was again the

same, never ending condition of the

man owning all and the woman no up.
of the man giving and the woman re

ceiving.
Suddenly June gave a start of min

gled surprise and fright. In the door doorway
way doorway stood the darkly handsome, suave

ly smiling Gilbert Blve!

nam.

CHAPTER III.
ILBEUT BLYE suavely ap approached
proached approached June, and Mrs. .Vll .Vlllard
lard .Vlllard went Into an adjoining
office to talk with Mr. Plnk-
Followlng Blje came Orin Cun

ningham. Tommy Thomas and a white
haired man with heavy lidded eyes.
Then June received the great shock
of her life Blye ofTered her a trip on
a private yacht He had a photo of It
with him. She gasped la amazement
and refused it
-Then Cunningham drew out a check
book ani asked ber how much money
she needed. June's cheeks paled. She
burst into the office where Mrs. Vlllard
sat with the Iron rinknam.
"Did you bring me here to be tor tor-merited
merited tor-merited by those people?" she demand demanded.
ed. demanded. Her cheeks were flaming, her eyes
snapping.
Mrs. Vlllard hesitated a moment.
"Did you?- insisted June. "If so I
shall resign !"
"Why, no. child." returned Mrs. VU VUlard
lard VUlard rising and holding out her hand.

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and Asked Htr How Much Money
Sha Naadad.
"I only want you to do the-things best
for you to do."
"I'm going!" Jane suddenly decided.
The Ifou man bowed. There was no
glint in his metallic eye, no smile on
his unbending lips.
June. fo"owd hv Mrs. Vlllard. sailed
through the magnificent reception room
and Into the halL Blye and his com companions
panions companions followed them.
At that moment Ned Warner's taxi taxi-cab
cab taxi-cab drew up in front of the Bond Se Securities
curities Securities building, and close behind It
came the electric of Hoaoria Blye. that
lady driving It herself, bolt upright
June darted Into the first elevator,
and her pursuers crowded la after her.
Mrs. VUlard put an arm around June
la a corner of the elevator, and there
were tears In her eyes as she talked
to the distracted girt It was that
which brought sympathy to June. It
was her greatest weakness, sympathy,
and by the time they reached th
ground floor she had consented to re return
turn return to Pinknam's with Mrs. Vlllard.
She would not talk to thecthers, how.
ever, and they very wis j held their
peace. i V': :
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LAKH WEIR YACHT CLUB

- .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.

Thev. Thursday afternoon teas will
also be continued until further notice.

' David S. Woodrow,
- Secretary-Treasurer.

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lief relief from any other treatment, I took
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OCALA OCCURENCES

Masons meet this evening.
We want you to step in and see our
line of FOUNTAIN SYRINGES and
water bottles, all prices. The Court
Pharmacy. tf
Mr. John T. Lewis of Oklawaha
was in town today.
Give her a box of NORMS' CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES the best made. The Court
Pharmacy. tf
Mr. Ed Jeffords of Clearwater, for formerly
merly formerly a citizen of Ocala, was in town
today.
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Just received, a new supply of
country smoked hams, shoulders and
jowls. Eggs 15 cents per dozen.
Cam-Thomas Company. 4-3t
Miss Beatrice Williams, one of the
city's efficient stenographers, has her
desk at the cigar stand of the Har Harrington.
rington. Harrington.
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
Postmaster Rogers has been on the
sick list for a day or so. His friends
will be glad to know he is somewhat
better today.' S
Call and examine our 50 cents a
pound box of chocolates. The box i3
plain but the chocolates are high high-grade.
grade. high-grade. Troxler's. 4-t
Mr. Sjam Igou was a business visi visitor
tor visitor to Gainesville yesterday "after "afternoon,
noon, "afternoon, returning on the midnight train.
Its good for the whole family, and
they all like it PEANUT BRITTLE
in boxes at the Court Pharmacy, tf
Mr. Henry Stevens of Lakeland
spent last night in the city, the guest
of hi3 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Stevens.
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
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla. .. --.-
Mr. Charles Rcdoff went to Fer Fer-nandina
nandina Fer-nandina this afternoon to make ar
rangements for daily shipments of
seafoods to his cafe. He will return
Monday.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and r:day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
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.
Mr. R. L. Phillips, traveling this
territory for the Reynolds Tobacco
Company, is among the business men
in town today.
Photographs of the queen of the
may are for sale at the Reeves
studio. 5-3-3t
Even the weather man admits to today
day today that we are due to have a rain.
Did you say BATHING CAPS?
Well, we have the prettiest line you
ever saw. The Court Pharmacy, tf
Mr. R. E. Yonge with his son Mr.
Walter Yonge of Jacksonville, who is
here on a short visit to his parents,
spent today rusticating and fishing
at Lake Weir.
: We are sole agents for VINOL, and
this is the time of the year to take it.
The Court Pharmacy. tf
Mr. W. B. Gallagher has returned
from a business trip to Orlando and
Eustis. Mr. C. E. Winston, who ac accompanied
companied accompanied Mr. Gallagher to Orlando,
returned home this afternoon.
We have a large stock of old soap
whicli we are selling real cheap. All
good quality. Gerig's. 4-87-tf
Rexall Liver Salts puts T vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
Mr. F. B. Beckham assisted in T.
W. Troxler's confectionary and cold
drink establishment today in the ab absence
sence absence of that gentleman on a fishing
trip down the Oklawaha.
SEE 1HJ5 FARM oh the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf jles, milk and eggs, tf
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. IL Christian. ?4-lm
Alderman Gerig of the second ward
wants it distinctly understood that
he was present at the council meet meeting
ing meeting last night. He also wonders why
he is the only alderman to receive
special mention for being absent.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Psbst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

WEATHER REPORT

- This report is made from observa
lions; taken daily by .Idr. isv Uf li
Welhei ofScial observer for the gov
crnment. Max. Min. R F
May 1 88 64
May" 2 .., ...,.93 62
May 3 89 62
May 4 ....87 66
May 5 .. 85 71
Local Forecast
Showers tonight or Friday except
generally fair south portion.
The W. C. T. U. will have a splen
did musical program at the Christian
church this evening, and a large at attendance
tendance attendance should be present to enjoy
it.
Mr. L. R. Chazal has returned from
his trip around the Florida coast in
Captain Inglis' yacht. The party con
sisted of Captain Inglis and Messrs.
Chazal, Frank Adams and A. r E.
Bigelow. Most of the trip was made
inside the reefs and islands and was
most enjoyable. Mr. Chazal slept
most of the time on the deck, and is
as brown as a berry.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries, for
cash Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
BuyTour drugs from Gerig's. Qual
ity the best always. 4-27-tf
REPORT OF COUNTY
DEMONSTRATION AGENT
To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners, Ocala, Fla.
Gentlemen: Herewith I hand you
my report for the month of April,
1915:
Demonstrators visited during the
month bz; cooperators 35; members
of Boy's Corn Club 58; other farmers
visited 87; schools 2; speeches made
6; business men conferred with 80;
educators 23; letters written 60; bul bulletins
letins bulletins mailed out 541; newspaper ar articles
ticles articles written 4; hogs inoculated 56;
miles traveled with team 430: -miles
traveled by rail 220. By request of
tne department 1 attended the horti horticultural
cultural horticultural society in Tampa.
I had Mr. R. N. Wilson, entomolo entomologist
gist entomologist of Gainesville, to visit Fort Mc
Coy to find out the trouble with Mr.
fc. H. fiiartin s corn. : -v u ;
Yours very truly, i
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Marlon-Dunn Lodge xso. a
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Thursday evening or each month at
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A NEW FIRM

C. H. and J. J. Blalock have pur purchased
chased purchased the vulcanizing plant of
Luckie. & Sons and are now prepar prepared
ed prepared to do all kinds of repairing in
their line of work. Mr. Joe Blalock
returned last night from Miami to
take charge of the work. The Messrs.
Luckie had already built up an ex excellent
cellent excellent business, which the new pro proprietors
prietors proprietors will carry on most efficiently.
ICE CREAM
SUPPER AT KENDRICK
The W. C. T. U. will give an ice
cream supper at the Kendrick school
house Friday evening.
Miss Julia Webb,
Press Reporter.
Mrs. G. J. Blitch, Mrs. a W. Hun
ter and Mrs. E. C. Bennett, three
members of the civic committee, have
been very busy all day preparing the
stage at the Temple for the enter
tainment tonight, when most of the
Mayday celebration will be repeated.
They -have put up the Maypole,, the
throne,' and many decorations, and
their hard work and good taste
should be rewarded by a large at
tendance.
SWEET PEAS FOR SALE
Beautiful sweet peas for sale, by
the dozen or hundred; packed for
mailing if desired. M. J. Roess, phone
246. 4-27-tf
PEDRO
-Pedro, May 6. Rain is very modi
needed in this part of the county.
Mr. Schaar and family left for
Michigan last Thursday. -We .were
very sorry to lose such a good family
from our community, but we wish
them much success in Michigan.
The stork visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. T. C Connell and left a fine
baby boy.
Miss Katie Proctor has been on the
sick list since Sunday. We are glad
to say she is improving.
The box supper given at the church
last Saturday night was a success.
The funds were for painting the out outside
side outside of the church. The inside is
painted and we hope to soon have the
outside to correspond.
Several from here attended the
dance at Belleview Friday night
Among those from here were Mr. T.
J. Proctor, Miss Katie Proctor, -Mr
Sam Proctor and Mr. Mitchell Pitt Pitt-man.
man. Pitt-man. Mrs. Lizzie George of Mayo and
Mrs. Leo la Sanford of Tampa, who
have been visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Proctor, left for thfeir
homes Sunday it,;;: 01:5
- Messrs,-Alf 3 and T.-J. Proctor were
OcaU i visitors. Saturday; 4 r zv-- i:.-
Mrs. A7D.Proct0T;nd Miss Katie
Proctor, visited. Mr and lira j; W
Person of, Oxford Friday.
Mr. Tom .Proctor and Mr. Bob
Shaw were business visitors to Ocala
Tuesday. While there Mr. Proctor
visited his sister, Mrs. Willie Perry.
HOW MRS HARROD GOT RID
OF HER STOMACH TROUBLE
"I- suffered with stomach trouble
tor years, and. tried everything I heard
&.feutr the:cuy felfefvj ronvas, tem temporary
porary temporary until last3 springrl saw: Cham
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NEBUCHADNEZZAR AND
THE GREAT WHITE BEAR

(Continued from First Page)
- "Yea, he loved the people; all his
saints are in thy hand; and they sat
down at thy feet: every one shall
receive of thy words."
Also Isaiah, many years after Mos Moses
es Moses had prophesied, wrote very nearly
the same words, as we find written in
the C3rd, chapter of Isaiah, first first:
"Who is this that cometh from
Edom with dyed garments from
Bozrah (which is one of the moun
tains of Sinai )this that is glorious
in his apparel traveline in the great
ness of his strength? I that speak
So we see by this testimony that
when Christ and his saints come from
Mt. Sinai to eo to Palestine, when
they get to Seir he has encountered
the enemy, or the outposts of Gog's
army and has slain them, as indicated
by the blood stained rarmentsw
When they arrive in Palestine they
find the Jews are being slain by those
nations which constitute the image of
Nebuchadnezzar, which is to be set up
in tne latter days," and these make
war with Christ as we find in Rev.
17:12-13-14 verses:
"And the ten horns which thou
sawest are ten kings, which have re-
ceived no kingdoms as yet; but receiv received
ed received power, as kings one hour with the
beast."
Or in other words they are rulers
oyer the ten toed kingdoms yet these
kings. are- under the Russian govern
ment, tne beast or bear.
These have one mind and sh&ll tHve
their power and strength unto the
oeast. r
So we. see by their having one mind,
they are all obedient to one dictation.
and they all give their strength to
V. v: s i-
ujjiujj support aim w jus policy,
whatever, it may be.
Now it tells us that these shall make
war with the lamb and the lamb shall
overcome... them for he is Lord of
Lords and king of. kings; and they
that are with him are called and
chosen and f aithf uL
We can readily connect this with the
testimony of Daniel 2:34, where he
toia tne King Nebuchadnezzar, "Thou
sawest till- that a stone was cut out
without hands, which smote the im
age upon .the feet that were of iron
and clay and -broke .them to pieces."
So these ten kingdoms and those
of Revelation are the same as they
both make' war in the latter days
with the lamb. And we can get a bet better
ter better understanding by-reading Zecha Zecha-riah
riah Zecha-riah 12th, chapter:
?The. burden of the word of the
Lord for Israel, saith the Lord, which
stretcbed forth the heavens and lay lay-eth
eth lay-eth the foundation of the earth, and
f ormeth the spirit of man within
him. i6 . joi
"Behold L will make Jerusalem ca
cup of trembling unto all the people
round about, when they shall be in the
siege both against Judah and against
Jerusalem, u: t :
j.And in .that day- will I.-: maker Je Jerusalem
rusalem Jerusalem a ; burdensome stone for all
people: -.all that -burden" themselves
with it shall ,be cut in pieces,-, though
all the people of the earth, be gath gathered
ered gathered together against it."
What a. wonderful power that will
be, to subdue such a great army and
even if all people of the earth were
gathered against Jerusalem to battle
even they,would be cut to pieces.
And it goes on to tell Itow the Lord
will conquer those who come as. a
cloud to cover the land.
"In that, day, saith the Lord, I will
smiteevrjft. horse; with astonishment,
and.rastxidec with madness, and I will
open. mine eyes;upon the house of?Ju of?Ju-da,
da, of?Ju-da, and win smite every horse ; of .-the
people with :bUndness i-j uc-.-.-Vsv.tk
:c"And thei governors off Jndarcihall
say tin thejr heart, .the -inhabitants
of Jerusalem shall be' my "strength in
the Lord of hosts their God. -
"In that day will I make the govern governors
ors governors of Judah like an hearth of fire
among the pood, and like a torch of
fire in a sheaf, and they shall devour
all the people round" about, on the
right hand and on the left, and Jerusa Jerusalem
lem Jerusalem shall be inhabited again in her
own place, even in Jerusalem."
By. this-testimony we can get an
idea of what great power will be giv given
en given to the Jews. It will be as Moses
predicted as we find written in Deut
32:30 saying: "How should one chase
a thousand and two put ten thusand
to flight.".
In the 7th verse of the 12th chan
ter of Zech. it says that "the Lord
shall 6ave the tents of Juda first
that the glory of the house of David
and the glory of the inhabitants of
Jerusalem do not magnify themselves
against Judah.
"In that day shall the Lord defend
the inhabitants of Jerusalem; and he
that is feeble among them at that day
snail be as. David."
In reading the life of David we find
that. he -was a great warrior; he
smote the Philestine giant which was
only type., of David's greater son. who
will bring about the antetype when he
smites i the giant that oppose God s
people, uv the latter days.
And it says it shall come to cass
in that, day that he will seek to de destroy
stroy destroy all the nations that come acrainst
Jerusalem.
Their when the people are deliver
ed out of such great tribulations they
will wonder what great power has
come to their aid, .and who can this
be that has shown them so much fav
or, but there can be no doubt to the
reader or the Jew, as we find the
answer in the 10th verse, as it reads:
"And I will pour upon the house of
David and upon the inhabitants of Je Jerusalem,
rusalem, Jerusalem, the spirit of grace and of
supplications; and they shall look up upon
on upon me whom they have pierced, and
they shall mourn for him. as one
mourneth for his only son, and shall
be in bitterness for him as one is in
bitterness for him as one is in bitter bitterness
ness bitterness for his only son, and shall be in
bitterness for him as one that is in bit
terness for his first born.
"In that day there shall be a great
mourning in Jerusalem."
There are wonderful things to
happen upon the earth and especially
dreadful calamity to all -those who
fight against Jerusalem when the peo people
ple people see the wounds in his hands they
shall ask him what these wounds are
and he shall say these are the wounds
I received m the house of my friends.
Zech. 13:6.
(To be Continued)
ANNUAL PICNIC
AT ADAMSVILLE
The Adsmsville annual nicnie will
be held Thursday. May 13th, 1915.
Lverybody invited to come and brine
well filled baskets. Ice cream and,
lemonade will be sold for the benefit
of the cemetery. There will be a game
of ball as usuaL
- m. s. nm. -
W. B. Swicord.
G. .W. Caruthers.

(Continued from Third Page)
a ujrx enierst-a on toe main noor,
however. Cuiimbglmiu turned to her
with twinkling Joviality Ju bis eyes
-and. leaning oTer. whispered something
Into her ear Just as she was about to
step into the adjoining upward bound
.elevator.
At that very Instant Ned Warner
strode into the rotunda, closely follow follow-ed
ed follow-ed by Ilonoria Blje. lie saw bis beau-

' tlful bride in the company of the black
Vandyked man. who was watching her
with that suave smile upon bis dark.
handsome face, while a debonair
white mustached man bent over her
familiarly and whispered In her ear.
lie saw June blush; be saw her step
back; then the Iidy with her drew her
into the elevator. Blye and the others
crowded after her, and as Ned raced
Tengefully through the corridor, with
the shrieking Ilonoria behind him, the
door closed with a bang, and the car
shot upward.
They rushed Into the next car, Ned
black browed and silent, and the shrill
Honoris Jabbering Incessantly. The
car had scarcely started to move when
a sudden Idea came to Ned. and he
turned to Mrs. Blye with the first
words he had spoken to her.
"We might miss them," he snapped.
"They may have seen us and not go to
the office you named. Ill go back
down and wait."
As they left the elevator '.at the
eleventh floor the door of a down ctr
clanged. If Ned had got out at the
first stop, which was the ninth floor,
he would have caught that down car.
GHbsrt Blye Was Enjoying That Chats
ImminMly.
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But more. than that. He -would have
come face to face with June .and the
one person-' whom oall be people in
this -world he most longed to meet. Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert Biye . ;' r '.
' June, who had burst from her tor tormentors
mentors tormentors at the ninth floor, stepped into
the down car which Ned two floors
above, had just missed. Mrs. Villard,
still pleading, followed her, and BIye's
audacious crew laughingly joined them.
Two down cars shot by Ned, and by
the time he reached the main floor the
face for which- he was watching; were
test in ..the throng at the door." 'He
jnlgbi seven 5 then- bare. dbtirjrabsbed
runaway ride-and. Uiel iaant. with
tbe-ilaclfc yndykelhkd Ihe. looked to
that alrecaJautjae dldOiot expect to
see them' there. He expected to see
them coming through the open door of
an elevator, "the girl whom he loved
above everything in the world and the
scoundrel whom he Intended to stran strangle
gle strangle to death.
June meantime had hailed a taxi.
Bhe saw standing in front of the door
the luxurious limousine of Gilbert Blye
and understood why .Mrs. VUlard had
dismissed her own car.
-So Mr. Blye was to take us homer
she hotly charged.
"Don't, child r begged Mrs. VUlard.
. beginning to be as much distracted as
June "Let's go home." And, stepping
In the taxi with June, she gave a sharp
direction to the driver. "Don't you
dare folio wP she ordered Blye and his
companions.
The tormentors laughed and walked
forward to BIye's car.
Uptown on busy Broadway sped
June and Mrs. VUlard, and by the time
they had reached Columbus circle
June's suspicions of Mrs. VUlard were
allayed.
Through beautiful Central park with
its branches interlaced against tha
wintry sky, and now June was begin beginning
ning beginning to feel a little more kindly 'to 'toward
ward 'toward the vivacious brunette. Tommy
Thomas. ..
On Spuyten Duyvil parkway a lux luxurious
urious luxurious limousine had halted, and as the
taxi passed It rolled out and followed.
In it sat June's determined pursuers,
and -on the dark, handsome face of
Gilbert Blye .was again .that suave
smile. June turned chill with nervous
apprehension.
GUbert Blye was enjoying that chase
immensely, and he watched the weav weaving,
ing, weaving, swaying taxi with always that
susve smile.
Buddenlv Blve leaned forward with
an oatn, ana mere was a snnea xrom
the vivacious brunette. Something
seemea to be wrong with the steering
wheel of the taxi, for, as it went up the
bill ahead of them. It wabbled to and
fro uncertainly, dangerously near the
crumbling bank which was protected
by a flimsy rail, and there was a curve
ahead!
There was a cry of horror from then
an as the taxi at the curve ran up the
embankment, paused at the brink for
a moment and then with its precious
burden inside crashed through the rail
and plunged down the Mil!
(To' Be Continued.)
WHOOPING COUGn
"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
dition. Seeing Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy so highly recommended, I got
her a bottle and it relieved the cough
at once, lieiore sne bad finished two
bottles of this remedy she was entire entirely
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Rheumatism is a disease character
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STOCII FEED
We now h&ve ca hand a full II.-:? cf
stock feed corn, cats, Irr.n, !.crtrt
hay and molasses feedi.
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notice to coLonrn r::c: :.
Vi'e have several r.rti.T'i t
sell exclusively to cclrrci j
wt want a good live .
town to represent ux.
13 a winner, quick j;II;r :
repeat orders, ani n I:, !?. :
several dollars a C-y. If ; ;
the bill write todav t- I'
cialty Ccpary. .'Tul: ; !. :
ing, J&gLcr.vi::. II .: I-
Advcrtiss in tl? V.'. r.