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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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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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TORPEDOED
HAD 1310 PASSENGERS, EMMY
Queenstown, Ireland, May 7. The
Cunard Line steamship Lusitania was
torpedoed and sunk today off the old
head of Kinsale. It is believed all
passengers are safe. The Lusitania
had 1310 passengers aboard when she
left New York last Saturday. About
fifteen craft from here are making
for the f cone. Twenty boats of all
sorts, belonging to the Lusitania are
in the vicinity of where the liner was
sunk.",
MADE THE THREAT GOOD
New York, May 7. When the Lus Lusitania
itania Lusitania sailed from here there was
some nervousness caused by the pub publication
lication publication in the morning papers last
Saturday of a warning to travelers
that a state of war existed between
Germany and Great Britain and her
allies, and that travelers sailing on
British ships through the war zone
adjacent to the British Isles did so at
their own risk. The advertisement
was signed, "The Imperial German
Embassy." ,' ;
STRUClt WASHINGTON LIKE A
SHOT
I Washington, May 7. The news of
the torpedoing of the Lusitania
struck Washington like a bomb.
Presidsnfc Wilson showed the keenest
anxiety "to learn. if .. any American
lives "were Ios& He made no com comment.
ment. comment. ;
WEBE LOMEI
BUT IT IS NOT YET KNOWN
WHETHER THE CREW AND
PASSENGERS ARE SAFE
(Associated Press?
Queenstown, May 7. Admiralty
officials here have no news t concern concerning
ing concerning the safety of the passengers and
crew of the Lusitania. The weather
is considerable" favorable for rescu rescuing
ing rescuing those aboard the liner when she
was torpedoed. There is onlya light
wind. Of 1,253 passengers, 290 were
first cabin, 602 second and 361 steer steer-age.'
age.' steer-age.' V 0;
News received here said that be before
fore before sinking all of the- Lusitania's
life boats were over her" side.
UNKNOWN UP TO 7:30 TniS
EVENING
London, May 7. No information as
to the fate of the pasengers and crew
of the Lusitania was available up to
7:30 this evening.
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LIVES LOST
BELIEVED THE BIG STEAMER
WAS BEACHED
(Special to the Star)
London, May 7. Th'e Cunard liner
Lusitania is reported beached off
Kinsale. The passengers and crew
are believed to be safe, according to
Lloyds. ,
CREATION OF BLOXHAM
WILL BE CONTESTED
A legal snag has suddenly de developed
veloped developed in the road of Bloxham coun county.
ty. county. No notification of its formation
has ever been published, a fact which
our people propose to take advantage
of.

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(Associated Press)
OCALA 11! AM
Defeated Citra in the Game of Thurs Thursday
day Thursday Afternoon by" a Seore
of 19 to 4
Yesterday's, game sX the Magnolia
street diamond between Ocala and
Citra was ;one of "strictly amateurs,
there being not a single man on either
team drawing per diem.
Hi ts, walks and errors were lead leading
ing leading features of the game from start
to finish, tho both pitchers did good
work on several occasions "when a
bobble meant serious results.
The attendance was fairly good,
with quite a sprinkling of loyal fans
from Citra in the audience. Riles,
Citra 's catcher, -had a finger broken
in the second inning, which considera considerably
bly considerably crippled their line-up, and the
Citra fans claim they would have been
in better shape for rooting had he
remained in the game, and also that
the score would have been a different
story from 19 to 4.
Citra's Team Went Up in the Air
The game in detail follows:
V First Inning
Citra: Bryce walked; J. Ergle out
on line drive to first; Gates hit to
right; N. Ergle out third to first;
Bryce scored on overthrow of third
by first; Lambert out short to first.
Runs, 1.
Ocala: J. Chazal hit to center for
two bases; Davis hit over second,
Chazal scoring; Batts walked; Gallo Galloway
way Galloway fanned; Zewadski out second to
first, Davis scoring; Thompson beat
out a hit to short, and BaCts scored.
C. Chazal fanned. Runs, 3.
Second Inning
Citra: Luff man fly out to short; S.
Lambert out foul fly to catcher; Hob Hob-st
st Hob-st n hit over second, out trying to
steal second.
- Ocala: Bullock out, foul fly to cat catcher;
cher; catcher; Harris hit over third; J. Cha Chazal
zal Chazal hit to right for three bases, scor scoring
ing scoring Harris; Davis hit over second,
scoring J. Chazal; Batts safe on sec second's
ond's second's error; Galloway hit by pitcher;
Zewadski fly out tc first; Thompson
fanned with three on bases. -Runs 2.
Third Inning
Citra:- Martin was out, pitcher to
first; Bryce out second to first; J.
Ergle walked; Gates fanned.
Ocala: C. Chazal fanned; Bullock
fanned; Harris safe on third's over overthrow;
throw; overthrow; J. Chazal hit between first and
second; Harris scored on third's er error;
ror; error; Davis hit through second, J.
Chazal scoring; Batts hit to right for
three bases, afterwards scoring on
catcher's error; Galloway walked;
Zewadski fanned. Runs 4.
Fourth Inning
Citra: N. Ergle hit to center for
two bases; Lambert out pitcher to
first; Luffman fly out to second. S.
Lambert fanned.
Ocala: Thompson fanned; C. Chazal

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safe on pitcher's overthrow; Bullock
safe on short's error; Harris safe, on
infield hit; J. Chazal out second to
first, C. Chazal scoring; Davis fan fanned.
ned. fanned. Runs, 1.
Fifth Inning
Citra: Hobson safe on first's error,
caught napping at second; Martin
out second to first; Bryce walked, out
trying to pilfer second.
Tommy Thompson Hitting (?) Them
With Three on Bases
Ocala: Batts hit over second; Gal Galloway
loway Galloway out fly to right; Zewadski out
fly to left. Batts out at second.
Sixth Inning
Citra: J. Ergle walked, out trying
to steal second; Gates fanned; N.
Ergle walked; Lambert safe on
third's error; Luffman fanned.
Ocala: Dinkins hit safe to center
for two bases, out trying to stretch
it for three; C. Chazal safe on infield
hit to third; Bullock hit to third, safe
by third trying to catch Chazal going
to second; Harris hit by pitcher; J.
Chazal hit to center for two bases,
scoring C Chazal and Bullock; Davis
hit between first and second, scoring
Harris; Batts out second to first;
Chazal and Davis scored; Galloway
fanned.. Runs 5.
Seventh Inning
Citra: S. Lambert out fly to left;
Hobson out fly to center; Martin out
fly foul to catcher.
Ocala: Zewadski safe on third's eiv
ror; Dinkins walked; C. Chazal out
short to first; Zewadski and Dinkins
scored on catcher's error; Bullock
fanned; Harris hit over third; J. Cha Chazal
zal Chazal hit over second; Wilder hit to
right, scoring Harris and J. Chazal;
Batts out short to first. Runs 4.
How J. Chazal Looked to Gates
Eighth Inning
Citra: Bryce hit to left; J. Ergle
fly out to left; Gates hit to shN
Bryce out at second; N. Ergle walk walked;
ed; walked; Lambert hit over pitcher. Gates
scoring on overthrow to third; Will Williams
iams Williams fanned. Runs 1.
Ocala: Galloway out short to first;

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FROM REPORTS ALL AROUilD, TEUTQUS AUG TUI1KS
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London, May 7- A communication
from Constantinople, says severe
losses have been inflicted on the
French and British troops which
landed on the Gallipoli peninsula. One
entire battalion, is declared to Have
been annihilated.
Press advices from Constantinople,
while containing no new details of the
land fighting, assert that the sea bom bombardments
bardments bombardments of the Turkish forts are
proceeding successfully. Some forts
at Chanak Eilid Bahr, and probably
others, are believed to have been
silenced. ......
The exact status of the great Rat Rattle
tle Rattle in western Galicia remains in
doubt. German and Austrian reports
of a spectacular victory are increas increasingly
ingly increasingly optimistic.

Kussian reports say the Austro- j headquarters, Ciarlie Goddard's liv liv-German
German liv-German claims of -victory are greatly cry stc'M?-, aV 0 r.r.d -tc,

exaggeratea, Dut concede a .measure
of success.
ITALIAN
CLOUD
AGAIN
GATHERS
: Hopes that Italy "would settle her
differences with Austria peacefully
are again fading. Austrian s and Ger Germans
mans Germans in Rome are said to have lost
hope.
Zewadski hit over Tsecond; Djnkins
fanned; C." Chazal out short to first.
Runs 1. .v
Ninth Inning
Citra: S. Lambert safe on pitcher's
error; Hobson hit over short; Martin
fanned; Bryce out. pitcher to first; J.
Ergle walked; S. Lambert and Hob Hobson
son Hobson scored on an attempt to trap
Ergle between first and escond;
Ergle out at third. Runs 1. K' J
Score by innings: ,"R II
Citra ...1.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 ( G
Ocala .. .3 2 4 1 0 5 4 0 x 19 19
Umpires Messrs. J. J. Gerig and
M. C. Izlar.
Summary: Struck out by Harris 6,
by Gates 11. Base on balls by Har Harris
ris Harris 6, by Gates 3. Hit by pitcher,
Harris and .Galloway.
Stray Bingles
Mr. Allison Wartmann is manager
of Citra 's team, and was accom accompanied
panied accompanied to yesterday's game by. his
wife and mother, Mrs. E. L. Wart Wartmann.
mann. Wartmann.
Every day sees improvement on the
ball lot, and Manager Hunter is to
be congratulated.
It was intimated ; that Harris
didn't want those Ergle boys to bat batter
ter batter up the signs on the south line
fence hence they walked.
Cashier Stokes of the Ocala Na National
tional National is developing into some rooter,
and promises to become as expert as
Jake Brown and Fred Lanaford.
Messrs. J. N. Malphus, A. C. White,
J. G. Robertson and A. S.- Lambert
of Citra, were among the loyal boost boosters
ers boosters for their boys on the grounds.
Even tho the scores run up, the
fans are better satisfied when all are
amateurs than with small scores
made by "professionals' and semi semi-professionals.
professionals. semi-professionals. James Hall, the Citra fruit tree
man, was an enthusiastic rooter for
the boys during the early part of the
game, but he became very meek as it
progressed, and" a whisper made a
loud noise .compared to his "shouts"
at the end.
Harris showed up splendidly in the
pitcher's box, tho the strikeouts and
base on balls do not indicate it. He
had the visitors at his mercy at all
times, and with his support did not
have to exert himself.
Young Dinkins was substituted for
Thompson in the fifth and landed on
one of Gates' swift ones for a good
safe two-bagger. His ambition,
however, to make three bases, was
his undoing and he was put out at
third.
Some uneasiness was expressed at
the danger of knocking the windows
out of the hospital yesterday by some
of those high balls to the southwest southwestern
ern southwestern part of the the field. It is located
only two blocks- south of the south
line fence.
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7, 1915

REIITZ'S PICOIC
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Most Beautiful OasU in the Desert
for a Bunch of Busy
' ,' Men
Mr. George Rentz gave a number of
his men friends a picnic and day's
outing on the river yesterday, that
will to long, remembered by them as
an enjoyable day a restful oasis in
a busy man's life.
Mr. Rentz'3 guesW assembled at
after with the great supply cf "eats"
the-party left for Silver Springs in
automobile?, where the commissary
supplies and fishing table were tak taken
en taken aboard the. City of Ocala, which
Mr. Rentz ,had chartered for the. day
and that-, vessel got .under way for
the picnic grounds, the Osceola- bat battle
tle battle field, one of the most beautiful
bluffs on the river 25 miles down
the. stream. -:
. The trip down was made in a leis leisurely
urely leisurely manner, the guests absolutely
doing what each one preferred, and
it was very jpleasant under, the cano canopy,
py, canopy, on the upper deck of the boat in
the comfortable steamer, chairs.
The breeze wa3 fine all day, the
water was never clearer", and in its its-mirrored
mirrored its-mirrored depths,, the guests ver H
tired .off watcain'iffe1 do'ii r" tie ?s-, fish

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flashing past'rfd- thohoaHsdlobjectcd, thinking they could hold. a

the strerruocr5's"po"rT would .take urn
standing on the' bow, spearing, of try trying,
ing, trying, to spear, the huge alligator gar
fish, with the five tmed spear, on a
20-foot pole. Now and then a 20 or
40 pounder .would be speared and un unless
less unless the captain who stood just -back
of him would stop the boat, the offi official
cial official harpooner was apt to b'e dragged
overboard. In fact, Mike Roes3 sav saved
ed saved this scribe on one occasion, it
taking their united strength to hold
the line, which was around the wrist
of the harpooner.
Whether by accident or with malice
aforethought will never be known,
but Mr. Rentz took nothing stronger,
along to drink than lemonade and ice
water. There was some little grumb grumbling
ling grumbling among the passengers but no
outward signs of trouble and a muti
ny was avoided. Mr. Rentz's color colored
ed colored steward, taken along to serve the
guests, kept a huge bucket of ice cold
lemoncde circulating among the
guests during the entire trip.
Arriving at the bluff, the boat was
tied up and the supplies and chairs
removed to the shady grove a hun hundred
dred hundred yards back, with an elevation cf
nearly 50 feet, and commanding a
benut'ful view cf the elbow curve of
the river and from which the clear
waters did' not look to be more than
a foot or so in depth.
The picnic dinner was spread on
long table cloths on the lawn-like
surface, and the many good things to
eat spread out for the hungry men.
There was first and foremost a couple
of barbecued lambs, cooked by an ex expert
pert expert in barbecuing meat, who ever
he was- This was sliced and distrib distributed,
uted, distributed, over the table. There was in
great abundance, ham sandwiches
with pickles, bread and biscuit and
corn pone, cakes 'of several kinds,
pies of many kinds, hot coffee and
lemonade and other things to tempt
the delicate appetites of such men
as Gober, Brown, Goddard and naile,
together with Cobb, Tompkins and
Peek. Peek, having his hyperdermic
along, had agreed to v administer a
dose to any one who should be made
ill by over-e2ting, but the doctor
was soon helnles him elf, from the
Several lay members volunteered to I
assist their over-indulged brothers,)
but it was found that there was not
enough of the alleviator of pain to go
around so it was decided that the
helpless ones should be laid out under
the trees till time the great healer
should come to their rescue.- These
members when the boat was ready to
start for home had sufficiently digest-

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ed their great feed as to be able to
walk to the gang plank when assist assisted
ed assisted by a more agile member on each
side.
After the dinner had been disposed
of, there was yet considerable left.
in fact enouirh for as many more
for Mr. Rentz does not mince matters
on his annual picnics.
About this time a boat was. seen
approaching and when it landed was
found to contain E'llv Dodson ni Jo
ahead the day before, by Mr Rentz
to catch the fish. These men, on
promise of a quarter each and some
bait, had agreed to supply 100 fish
and have them there at the landing,
all dressed, by irVclock. They fail failed
ed failed miserably, and only had two Email
trout, a catfish and an eel. They
were faint and famished and would,
doubtless,' have fared badly at the
hands of the crowd had cot such a
bountiful spread-been prepared in an anticipation
ticipation anticipation of just such a. catostrophe,
and the men were too full for utter utterance
ance utterance much less to do- them" -bodily
rharm.
After considerable debate, the ayes
hadit and the unsuccessful fishermen
Ivef allowed to sit s down and feed
th7rjselves. By,.this time, however,
Colbert "and Troxhr had revived and
Jittle more. The v, did their best, but
there was still plenty left for-the
fishermen, so no trouble ensued.
A vote was taken as to who was
the boss eater of the bunch. Several
names were placed in nomination.
Some friend nominated George Rentz,
then Hall, Davis and John? on, but
Gober was run in as a dark horse,
and easily defeated all comers, being
unanimously-elected the "champene
long distance eater of the country."
The genial judge blushingly admitted
the corn.
About 2 o'clock the start, up stream
was begun, and the trip up was as
much enjoyed as the down stream
run. Every member of the -party
who had been on the river before
spoke of the remarkable clearness cf
the water below the junction cf the
Oklawaha with the springs. This is
attributed to the low condition of the
water on the upper reaches cf the
river.
The members of the party who
were so inclined ..amused themselves
with cards, playing such harmless
but ever popular game3 as emut and
old maid.
Arriving at the springs, on sugges suggestion
tion suggestion of one cf the party three whoops
and a tiger were given for the pop popular
ular popular host, and the day was voted an
ideal one. Every one was rested, felt
better and was glad he had laid aside
work and worry and gone on the trip,
and Mr. Rentz was acclaim ed a "bully
good fellow,' which the fame ha is.
The party 'piled into cars and came
to town, arriving in ample time to
see most of the ball game.
Those composing the party, as well
as we cart remember, were Messrs. R.
S. Hall, D. W. Davis, A. C. Cobb, T.
W. Troxler, J.,E. Johnson, D. V.'.
Tompkins, Charles Goddard, M. J.
Roess, Sidney Haile, W. L. Colbert,
W. M. Gober, George Rentz, W. II.
Dodson, J. A. Larue, Dr. E. G. Peek
and R. R. Carroll.
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
I hay and molasses feeds.
HOT WATER TANK FOR SALE
A large, new, galvanized hot water
tank "and connections for kitchen
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Peking, May 7. There is good rea reason
son reason to believe that China is prep-re i
to concede everything demanded 1 7
Japan, realizirj the situation is
hopeless. This possible outccrss cf
the present tense situation is net
.generally -..comprehended Li Pckir.-,
conseqeently .a number of frcir-n
residerits as well zs the C
themselves are packing their person personal
al personal belongring-s and 'otherwiae prepnr-
"n- cr eventual: tie.-.
- Tas learned tcizr that the Jap-
"r.-ee "orrrr vc:cd-
-day present-
atte w.;i ni:: k.:- tl.t
not aecopt Japan's demand, an
ulti-
matum expiring r.t G o'clock Sunday
afternoon, would be sent.
AMERICA IS GREATLY INT7.r.-
- E3TIID
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fcrth in a :t.
Urysn, c'tcr a c-.ft.rer.;2 Tr.' Tr.'-idrr.t
idrr.t Tr.'-idrr.t Wilrcn, d'rlarcd th-.t tha Ur.i: Ur.i:-ed
ed Ur.i:-ed States' eole interest ii the nego negotiations
tiations negotiations i.5 that they may resutl in an
agreement satisfactory to both Jspsa
and Ch.na. It is added that
has premised klhe United Etctcs
to violate' American treaty ri
ttttiu TT"r nrr.;T.
WMA.r ..4. l.l.Ol.
Pekin,
ay 7. lila IlichL Japa
nese miniate r' to China, presented this
Japanese ultimatum to the Chine? a
foreign cIT.ee this afternoon. It in insists
sists insists that China .accede to Japan's !s !s-mands,
mands, !s-mands, bt the ultimatum contained
certain modifications on tha original
demands.' It iJT understood .to ex
pire- at
noon.
fix
o'clock
CIII.S'A 13 COMPLAISANT
Tokio, !Ir.y 1. A til.-patch to ths
Nichi Nichi from its Fekin ccrrcz
pendent ssys China, last night, in
formed the Japanese minister it
sired to arrange a settlement of
fl2'
mands to avoid
a rupture.
AMERICA INTERVIEWS JAPA!."J
Washington, llzj 7 United States
through it3 mhr.i-cdor3 his durir.-r
the lat twenty-four
Great Britain, Franco snd
Allies cf Jcran, to l:r:rn
thc.r
tuda totrard
neg-otiaticr.3.
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New
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sons are kr.o-.vn to be d:ad tc ay i,.
the result cf storms v. hie a t!:-va:trl
portions cf Lcuislana cr. 1 adj.h.V. 7
counties in Mt?issippi late yc'.:r
afternoon. All except ens cf t' 3 J 1
are negroes. Fifteen ptrr .r3
killed at Eajran, one in i'.t. 1" :
parish and fourteen in th-3 r.::'.z : r r-hocds
hocds r-hocds cf Clrrv5''al Jcnestswit,-
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cu3 struct ares were demc!ihed
the path of the storm. Railroad :
wire communication is interrupt
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BLOXIIAM COUNTY BILL
HAS PASSED THE HOUSE

night the

The Star received last

following dispatch:
Tallahassee, May 6. The Bloxham
county bill passed the house late this
afternoon, by a vote of 45 to 20. Rep Representatives
resentatives Representatives Crosby and Henderson
made a strong fight against it.
. L. W. Duval.
This probably means that unless
Senator Terrel can stop. he bill in
the Senate, the new county will be
formed and almost a quarter of the

best portion of Marion lost to us.
The Star expects very little of the

referendum clause in the bill, requir requiring
ing requiring three-fifths of the people in the
territory to vote for division before
the new county can be formed. Mar Marion
ion Marion has many staunch friends in the

districts yet belonging to our county.
But the peonle around Williston and
the other parts of Levy affected are
almost solid for the new county.
If the proposition of division had
been able, to stand on its own merits,
it woulLnot have gone very far in
O-Tase. This year, however, there
w-ia bunch of 'districts desiring to
split off from their counties and form
counties of their own. This has led
to reciprocity among the representa representatives
tives representatives of the said districts, each help helping
ing helping the others arid enabling advo advocates
cates advocates of county division in almost
every instance to secure a majority.
As to whether the same rule will pre prevail
vail prevail in the Senate, it is impossible
to forecast. WeT have no doubt that
Senator Terrel will do his full duty,
- but as to how much help he will have
. is another matter.

TO PREVENT TIPPING

A dispatch from Tallahassee says:
'Within the next few days it is ex expected
pected expected that Representative Robert
Anderson, of Escambia, will intro introduce
duce introduce in the House a measure direct directed
ed directed 'against the practice of tipping in
the state of Florida. Representative
Anderson is being urged by many to
father jsuch a bill, and he is serious seriously
ly seriously considering introducing one within
the next week. Mr. Anderson thinks
that Florida should adopt the policy
of Mississippi and other states in this
connection. He thinks the tipping
system a nuisance (as do many of the
traveling public), and if he intro introduces
duces introduces the bill he will fight hard for
its passage."
Of all the silly things that a legis legislative
lative legislative body can do, one of the silliest
would be to waste its time on such a
bill. It is one of a man's inalienable
rights to give money for service
whenever he sees fit, and a man who
hasn't backbone enough to resist im imposition
position imposition should stay at home with his
guardians.
The Ocala Star demands a curfew
law because "some boys from the
best homes" will rush into lawless
ways. But why not punish these bad
boys even when they come from good
homes? Why make their lawlessness
an excuse for making life unpleasant
to those who neither run off with
autos nor appropriate the property of
others? Why punish the innocent for
the guilty ? Why not demand that of officials
ficials officials do their duty in arresting ever,
the sons of prominent people who
violate the law? Times-Union.
Why ask the Star? It has never
advocated excusing bad boys from
good homes or punishing the innocent
for the guilty, and it has always de demanded
manded demanded that public officers do their
duty without fear or favor.' The Star
has never been stuck on curfew laws,
but when the average American citi citizen
zen citizen is becoming so boneless that he
has to have the legislature protect
him against exorbitant Pullman car
and hotel porters, it isn't to be sup supposed
posed supposed that he has nerve enough to
control his own children. And really
the Star can't see that it is any spe special
cial special punishment to require a good
boy or girl to be at home at a reason reasonable
able reasonable hour in the evening.

Say what you please about Ceph
Wilson of Marianna, but he is cer certainly
tainly certainly of gubernatorial calibre.
Knott, however, has the "inside
track" of all the other candidates for
governor, and the voters are sure to
put an O before the K in his name.
Punta Gorda Herald.
Okay him, instead of cross him.
Mutt and Jeff must be dead. Jas Jas-perNews.
perNews. Jas-perNews. We hope so. Ocala Star.
Amen! Columbia State.
Let the funeral proceed. Tampa
Tribune.- .' &
Good taste is not universal, but it is
more widely diffused than we hoped.

We have known for some time that
Gilbert D. .Leach, now of the Lees-

burg Commercial, was smart and

good-looking; now, we see by her pic

ture in the Eustis Lake Region that

Mrs. Leach looks smart and is very

pretty.

ONE OF OCALA'S BEST ASSETS

The Times-Union Short Talks, al
ways prompt to encourage, says:

"The Ocala Evening Star, which

has long been one of Ocala's best as

sets, has begun to use the afternoon
service fjrnished by the Associated

Press. This will give the Star read

ers the best and most reliable news

that can be had by any afternoon

newspaper, and will put it in a. class

with the very best of its kind. Men Mentioning
tioning Mentioning the fact on Monday, when the

service began, the Star very modestly

claims to have done what it could to
improve and offer the readers the
best that it can get. "The Star is the
only paper in this territory that takes
press dispatches," says the editor,

"and one of four evening papers in

the state that takes the Associated
Press." Ocala should be pleased .to
see this mark of progress and give

good support to the Star on account

of the enterprise shown."

The Ocala Star is to be congratu

lated on being elected to membership

in the Associated Press, and being
thus able to. give its readers the ben

efit of the service of this great news
gathering organization. The Eve

ning Telegram values its membership

in the Associated Press very highly
and considers that any daily paper

that is unable to secure this service

operates at a very serious "disad

vantage. ; But, of course, there are
always the scissors if a paper doesn't

mind being, a day or two behind with

the news and can fool its readers.

Lakeland Telegram.

A newspaper can't fool its readers

these days. 'They watch the news too
closely and know what is fresh as far

as they can see it."

Applicatt'oi .. of Paint,
Paint should be applied only to a
clean and dry surface. Moisture un under
der under a paint causes it to blister when
exposed to the sun; also moisture be between
tween between coats has the same effect.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

FOUND At the postofiice yesterday,
ladies' umbrella. Owner can have
same by calling on J. W. Dodge
and paying expenses. 7-2t

FOR RENT Furnished rooms; .with
modern conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three blocks from court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf

FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Ap Apply
ply Apply 614 E. Adams street, phone
494. 5-6t

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 20
acres good land (one mile from
Lake Weir) partly improved and
fenced. Will consider trade for
auto. What have you ? Address,
Mrs. A. P. Dohl, Candler, Fla. 4-5t
FOR RENT Attractive, new seven seven-room
room seven-room cottage with all modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. 923 Oklawaha avenue.
Apply to Miss Alice Bullock. 4-27-tf

FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished moms in residence next
to the Colonial; also, for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-tf

ROOMS & BOARD Four large frcnt
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M." E. Ervin, at
CarltaiOHouse. 19-lmo.

FOR SALE Large white chrysan

themum plants, 30 cent3 per dozen.
Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
street. 4-7 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
H. S. Wesson. 24-12t.

FOR v RENT Three unfurnished
rooms two blocks from courthouse;
lights and water furnished; bath
connected; rates reasonable. Call
phone 509. 4-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
has had special training in the ttate
school at St. Augustine. Anybody
who needs her services please notify
Dr. or Mrs. E. Van Hood, dh tf

No. 10f78

REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF

THE MUIIROE 10 CUSS HAL BAIIK,
At Ocala in the State of Florida, at the Close of Business May 1st, 1915

1.
2.
4.

6.
7.
8.
9.

10.
12.
13.
14.
16.
17.
18.

RESOURCES
a Loans and discounts (notes heloTin bank)....$
Overdrafts, unsecured, $42.16 ;
a Securities other than U. S. bonds or commer commercial
cial commercial paper deposited to secure circulation.. 32,001.61
c Bond3 other than U. S. bnds pledged to Se Secure
cure Secure postal savings deposits 3,880.00
d Bonds, securities pledged as collateral for
state, or other deposits or bills payable
(postal excluded) 15,820.78
f Securities other than U. S. bonds (not includ including
ing including stocks) owned unpledged 54,091.47
Total bonds, securities, etc
Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve
Bank $4,800.00
a Less amount unpaid 3,200.00 1,600.00
bAll other stocks, including premium on same. 5,000.00
Banking house, $25,000.00; furniture and fix fixtures,
tures, fixtures, $3,000.00
Other real estate owned .
Due from Federal Reserve Bank
a Due v from approved reserve agents in New
York, Chicago and St. Louis 4,083.06
b Due from approved reserve agents in other re reserve
serve reserve cities 5,935.43
Due from banks-and bankers(other than includ included
ed included in 8 or 9)
Exchanges for clearing house
a Outside checks and other cash items 4,103.82
b Fractional currency, nickels, and cents 258.73
Notes of other national banks
Lawful money reserve in bank:.
Total coin and certificates
Legal-tender notes
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not
, more than 5 per cent on circulation) 1,300.00

$397,988.99
42.16

105,793.86

6,600.00
28,000.00
9040
10,864.00

10,018.49
19,087.33
1,283.52
4,362.55
200.00
13,173.50
290.00
1,300.00

Total.

LIABILITIES
..:

17,994.66
13,100.96

196,964.43
19,596.26
4,842.50

1. Capital stock paid in ... r .....

2. Surplus fund
3. Undivided profits $17,994.66
Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid
4. Circulating notes ...
7. Due to banks and bankers (other than included
in 5 or 6)
9. Demand deposits:
a Individual deposits subject to check
b Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days
c Certified checks

d Cashier's checks outstanding v . 8,518.12
f Postal savings deposits ......... 1,317.50
g State, county, or otEer municipal deposits se secured
cured secured by item 4d of "Resources" 10,000.00

10. Time deposits:
a Certificates of deposit due on or after 30 days
-. c Deposits subject to 30 or more days' notice..
12. Other bonds borrowed without furnishing col-
; lateral security for same i
a Other bonds borrowed for which collateral
- security was furnished
14. Rediscounts with Federal Reserve bank
a Notes and bills rediscounted ..

Bills payable, including obligations representing
money borrowed

$599,908.90
$ 50,000.00
30,000.00
4,893.70
26,000.00
18,066.69

15,442,74
162,668.50'
. 6,000.(8)
5,000.78
. 17,697.68
2,900.00

15.

241.238.81
178,111.24
11,000.78
20,597.68
20,000.00

Total.

$599,908.90

STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION, ss:
I, L. P. Wilson, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best of. my knowledge and belief.
L. P. WILSON, Cashier.

Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 7th day of May, 19151
' T. D. LANCASTER, JR.,
(Notary Seal) Notary Public.

Correct Attest:
T.-T. MUNROE,
LOUIS R. CHAZAL,
J. M. THOMAS,
Directors.

HOW THE HOUSEWIFE MAY
SAVE ON HER GAS BILL.

The average housewife spends
four times the amount of gas for
cooking a meal than is neces necessary
sary necessary aDd at the same time posi positively
tively positively Injures food values and
quality of the article she is cook cooking.
ing. cooking. T get the greatest amount
of heat units from a gas range
the flame should not be turned
any higher than will give a per perfect
fect perfect blue flame. When the flame
becomes a yellowish red you are
wasting gas and getting a heat
that not only smokes and
smudges your kitchen utensils,
but decreases their longevity to
one-half.
The flame should be about one one-half
half one-half inch of clear blue, and after
the article you are cooking has
come to a boiling point reduce it
to a point that will just keep It
boiling. This is equally true In
the oven. Invariably the gas la
turned too high for baking and
the bread or cake Is burned. This
also means waste of gas and a
constant anxiety about the oven,
which would not be necessary if
gas were used at a lower temperature.

ICE CREAM
SUPPER AT KENDRICK

The W. C. T. U. will give an ice

cream supper at the Kendrick school

house this evening.

Miss Julia Webb,
Press Reporter.

SOME FORMS OF

RHEUMATISM CURABLE

Rheumatism is a disease character characterized
ized characterized bv nains in the joints and in the

muscles. The most common forms
are: acute and chronic rheumatism

rheuamtic headaches, sciatic rheuma rheumatism
tism rheumatism and lumbago. All of these types

can be helped absolutely by applying

some good liniment that penetrates
An application of Sloan's Liniment
two or three times a day to the affect affected
ed affected part will give instant relief. Sloan's
Liniment is good for pain, and espe especially
cially especially rheumatic pain, because it pen penetrates
etrates penetrates to the seat of the trouble trouble-soothes
soothes trouble-soothes the afflicted part and draws
the pain. "Sloan's Liniment is all
medicine." Get a 25c. bottle now.
Keep it handy in case of emergency.
Adv. tu-thu-fri-wky

THE BOYS OF OCALA FIRST

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.

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 H. C. Bailey, editor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
STOCK FEED

We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.

HOT WATER TANK FOR SALE

A large, new, galvanized hot water
tank 'and connections for kitchen
range. Apply at Star office, dh-tf
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

GOB

PHONE 503
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BIG Load lor $1.
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immediate Attention.
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak'a Wagon Shop.

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I am authorized by the Ford Factory to Guaran Guarantee
tee Guarantee to all purchasers of Ford Cars, Between August 1st,
1914 and August 1st, 1915, that they will be paid a re rebate
bate rebate of not less than S50.00 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 $80.00. but the $50 rebate is absolutely GUARANTEED.
This refund goes to all original purcha sers of Ford cars from my agency
in Ocala.
The price of Ford Cars delivered in Ocala is
Towmmjt Gars '5.C3 ;
Fully Equipped NOW
Your rebate comes off of these prices, whetlier you have bought or do
buy, during the above period.
Eventually You Will Own a FORD.
WHY NOT BUY ONE NOW?
AGENT

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We have the best 50c pound Z
Z box Chocolates ever offered
9 in Ocala. Each one-pound
box contains from' fifteen to Z
Z eighteen varieties, including J
Nngatfnes, Cherries, Straw-
berries, Ginger, "Raisins, Co-
coanuts. Butter Toffee and
.Caramels.
Fresh shipment just receiv-

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the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thii
jet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion -county has about KD
deed records and 43 mortgage records and 50 of rr.iscenar.ee us "rec "records,
ords, "records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and anon; tl e i is
the record history of that title.
some "kcarching and checking before the abstract man knows
that he has 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.

florida title and abstract corporation

ocala, Ca.

Ocala

PHONE 50

Bottling Works :

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Steamship Lines
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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.
H. C AVERY, L. D.JONES,
Agent, ComT. Agt.
J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,
Jacksonville, Fla

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protect it from contamination while it goes throush the processes wl.kh re result
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Full weight and satisfactory serTire go with this good ire cf nura. Ia -t t
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Furniture. Piano
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COLLIER. BUGS., 'Proprietors.

Iron Ore In the Antipodes.-
All of the Australian states are
well supplied with Iron ore. New
South Wales having the richest deposits.

DO YOUR OWN SHOPPING-

r r Onyx c Hosiery
' Cives thq BEST VALLX for Your Money
Tttrj KIbJ hum Cottoa l Sd, For 1 lea, YToisea tsl CHlts

Any Color sr.d Style From 25c to $3.C per pair ?

Mark! SoU t AH Good Dir.

Lord & TayloK

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.OCALA.ETENIXG. STAR,. FRIDAY. MAY 7, 1915

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REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT

Tfolder Building
Telephone 228
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hands, and soft, clear healthy skin if you will use
our hair tonics and beautifiers. 4 They are free
from harmful ingredients. -
Remember, it is easier to keep your hair than to
restore it when it falls; it is easier -to keep your
beauty than to overcome sallowness and wrink wrinkles.
les. wrinkles. Begin today. Use Our Beautifiers.
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All kinds of Tracings or Draughting

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OCALA, FLORIDA
ENTIRELY REMODELED
RATESlS 75c to $1.50 NO HIGHER
Dining Room with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the House
rLKCTJUU ELEVATOU SERVICE PHONES IN ALli RO()MS
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P. O. Box 475
Ocala, Fla.

This is our 2.
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Manufactured for the pressing: of j
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.

pressure being direct, not sliding, f
can not wear cr tear. Call and see
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Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.

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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS!

(If you hajre any items for this
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Thought for the Day
To complain robs life of half its
beauty and attractiveness, frets
away the sunshine, and never lets
you see any good in anything or any anyone.
one. anyone. "Jingo- Hay Ride
Last evening was a most fitting
one for a hay ride especially to Sil
ver Springs, where it is seemingly al always
ways always so cool and inviting. Two of the
Colliers' big wagons were converted
into hayricks and promptly at 8
o'clock the merry members of the
Jingo Club mounted to position,
chaperoned by Mrs. T. II. Wallis and
Miss Frances Tarver. Arriving at
the springs, they found the pavilion
a glow of 9 lights, made so by Mr.
Mathews, who had an inkling that
"company" r is coming. The string
band was in evidence also, and to its
inspiring strains the young people
tangoed, jingoed, turkey-trotted and
hesitated, until the eleventh hour,
when a delicious picnic lunch was
served and ravenously devoured.
Those composing the party were
Misses Beulah Whitney' Catherine
and Mary Harriet Livingston, Theo
and Gladys Wallis, Nellie Beckham,
Emily Bridges, .Blanche Whaley, El Ellen
len Ellen Stripling, Nellie Liddon, Ruby
Cappleman, Louise Sanders, Alice
Sexton and Messrs. Carlton Irvin, Al Albert
bert Albert Harris, Harold Meade, John
Tarver, John Batts, Joe Blalock,
William Stroud, Carol Blalock, Dun Duncan
can Duncan McDonald, Homer Small, Hugh
Geiger, Leroy Bridges and Dick
Stroud.
Miss Abbie Munroe entertained the
Thursday afternoon auction club at
her home, Onandaga Hill, at three
o'clock this afternoon instead of yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, which is the regular club
day. Miss Munroe, assisted by her
sister, Miss Annie Munroe, was most
cordial in receiving her guests and
at the conclusion of the games serv
ed a most refreshing ice course. Miss
Munroe had only the club members
for this afternoon, namely: Mrs. G.
K. Robinson, Mrs. J. II. Hickman,
Mrs. T. T. .Munroe, Mrs. Lai Gamsby,
Mrs. M. G. Chambers and Miss Min
nie Gamsby.
Mrs. H. M. Hampton returned yes
terday afternoon from a ten days'
visit to Atlanta, where she went es
pecially to be in attendance v upon
grand opera. Mrs Hampton was
most lavishly entertained by a host of
friends during her stay in the great
southern metropolis.
Mrs. J. A. Hampton, who has been
he guest of her son and grand
children, during the absence of Mrs.
H. M. Hampton in Atlanta, will re
turn to her home in Floral City Sun Sunday
day Sunday Mrs. Lalla Martin Munroe, who had
intended leaving for Savannah on last
Wednesday, deferred her trip until
tomorrow, when she will leave on
the afternoon Seaboard to join her
daughter, Miss Frances Bangs and
ogether they will go to Tybee for a
visit to her sister, Mrs. Albert Bird-
sey and family. Later, Mrs. Munroe
and daughter will go to Richmond,
Miss Bangs being sponsor for the
Second Florida Brigade, then to
Asheville for a short visit, after
which they will return to Ocala to
make their home, opening again her
pretty little home place adjoining
that of her parents, Col. and Mrs. J.
M. &f artin. This indeed will be pleas pleasant
ant pleasant news to the host of friends of
this charming family.
It is with great" pleasure that we
learn of the appointment of Miss
Frances Martin Bangs, granddaugh
ter of Col. and Mrs. John M. Martin,
as sponsor of the Second Florida Bri Brigade
gade Brigade at the reunion in Richmond, in
June. Miss Bangs' appointment
came through General Alfred Ayer
and the compliment conferred on the
granddaughter of Florida's "grand
old man" is most befittingly and
graciously bestowed.
Mrs. Dallas Jeff coat is entertain
ing her mother, Mrs. Speir of Plant
City, who came up yesterday to
make the acquaintance-of her young
nephew, Master Kenneth Speir Jeff-
coat, who made his debut to Ocala so
ciety early. Sunday morning.
m m
-Miss Marie von Engelken returned
Tuesday afternoon from a lengthy
visit in Chicago and. other western
cities, where she has been interested
and engaged in settlement work all
winter. After a two months visit to
her father and mother, Dr. and Mrs.
L. H. von Engelken, she will return
to Chicago to perhaps spend next
winter.
Miss Ellen Leigh of Jacksonville,
who is a popular guest of her aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Leigh,
was the honoree at a charmingly in
formal two table auction party yes
terday afternoon, Mrs. R. N. Dosh
oeing uie nosiess. Alter a merry
two-hour contest, Miss Nellie Gott-j
lieb captured the prize, a pretty lav lav-endar
endar lav-endar crepe de chene handkerchief.
The souvenir to the honor guest was
a white crepe de chene handkerchief.
Those enjoying the afternoon with
the hostess and lovely honoree were
Misses Mary McDowell, Nellie Gott-

department, call" 'phone 10G)

lieb, Ethel Crosby," Mrs. R. F. Con-1
don and Mrs. Herbert Lattner; Sand-:
wiche3, ice tea, and chess pie3 were
served
games.
at the conclusion of the
Historical Program at- U. D. C.
Con-
vent ion in Leesburg
The twentieth annual convention of

the Florida Division of the United-, . ... ,
You stay here with these. and, leav leav-Daughters
Daughters leav-Daughters of the Confederacy is now In& Helen wIth the nand baggageF
in session in Leesburg. with Sister: barren hurried to the ticket window.
Esther Carlotta, president, presiding.) The dimly lit station was swarming
Dickison Chapter of this city has ; with passengers from the St. Paul,
five members in 'attendance, among all tensely anxious to get on to Lon Lon-them
them Lon-them being Miss Byrd Wartmann, don. The excitement of the midnight
state historian, an honor bestowed landing was In the air.
upon her at the annual meeting last1 Ddon papers were being eagerly
. rrv,- rt: i scanned for the latest war news. A
year mKissimmee The meeting last; uble g lied c&Uq and
night was devoted to the annual his-: graph blankg W crowded with

toncal program and with ease and
grace Miss Wartmann took the gavel
from the president and presided for
the remainder of the evening
The convention chose wisely when
it selected Miss Wartmann for this
important position and in doing so the
audience last" evening was treated to
a program of great excellence, which
was interestingly rendered, by those
taking part. The program was as
follows:
Invocation by Rev. Geo. II. Ward.
Presentation of historian.
Response by historian.
Piano solo by Miss Miller.
"Florida's Part in the War Between
the States, by Mrs. Noma, president
lampa cnapter.
Songs, "My Laddie" and "O Per Perfect
fect Perfect Day," by Mr. Shattuck of Lady
Lake.
Reading, "Our William." written bv
Mrs. E. G. Vann, of Madison, honor-
rv neint f T7irto xw x,
and read by Mrs. J. W. Reese of Pen Pen-sacola.
sacola. Pen-sacola. Song, by Mr. Fabyan.of Leesburg.
Paper, "The Battle of the Crater,
by Major T. D. Lancaster of Ocala,
read by' Sister Esther Carlotta, to
whom it is dedicated.
Song, by Mrs. McCormack of Lees Leesburg.
burg. Leesburg.
Poem, by Mrs. M. E. Drew of
Jacksonville, former poet laureate.
The delegates were taken on a de delightful
lightful delightful motoring, trip Wednesday to
Sonny Side, a beautiful residence
suburb, to the golf links and around i
this city. Yesterday afternoon Tre'as
ure Island was the destination cf a
launch party including tho Ocala
representatives.
A whole-souled welcome prevails
everywhere and Mrs. F. C. W. Kram Kramer,
er, Kramer, president of Confederate Gray
chapter, which is the hostess chapter,
is making every one feel at home.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver, president of
Dickison chapter, state chairman of
cemeteries; Mrs. J. C Caldwell, di-i
rectress of Fanny R. Gary C. of C.'s;
Miss Byrd JWartmann, state histo historian;
rian; historian; and Miss Annie Atkinson, re-
cording secretary of Dickson Chap Chapter,
ter, Chapter, returned today from Leesburg,
where they attended the 20th annual
convention of the Florida Division,
U. D. C. They were beautifully en entertained
tertained entertained and are enthusiastic boos boosters
ters boosters of Leesburg hospitality.
Yesterday afternoon the ladies'
were members of a party visiting
Treasure Island, one of, .Leesburg's
greatest show places. They were tak taken
en taken over by the owner, Mr. E. H.
Mote, in his launch "Lucretia" and
though they had heard and read much
of the beauties of the place they
were not prepared for the treat that
was in store for them for they
found that what they had been told
and what they had read did not do
full justice to the island- and its
beauties. Last evening the presi president
dent president of the Florida Division, Sister
Esther Carlotta, and her executive
board were, given a reception at the
Lake View Hotel, by the hostess
chapter to which were invited the del delegates,
egates, delegates, their hosts and hostesses. It
was a beautiful affair and Ocala can
well be proud of its representative in
the receiving line, Miss Wartmann;
who was kept busy, receiving compli compliments
ments compliments on making the division such an
efficient historian.
Mr. S.' McDoughal, who has bean
the winter guest of his daughter,
Mrs. L. W. Duval, has concluded a
visit to -relatives in Tampa and is
now spending a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Effird, at Leesburg
before returning to Ocala.
The musical given at the Christian
church .last evening by the Zimmer Zimmerman
man Zimmerman sisters, was decidedly the most
beautiful and thoroughly enjoyable of
any of its kind ever given in Ocala.
Critics who are competent to judge
and know, have said that it is was
indeed a rare treat and regretted
exceedingly that they were not greet
ed by" a larger audience. These sis sisters
ters sisters are making a tour of the state
and in every city where they have
played without one exception they
have been urged to make a return
date.
St. Margaret's Guild of the Episco
pal 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 irrrita
tion is extended to every one and it
is hoped a large company will bt
present.
(ConUnued on Fourth Page)

The Married life of

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By MABEL HERBERT URNER
Originator of "Their Married life." Author of "The
Journal cf a Neglected Wife," "The Woman Alone," eta

Excitement of the Midnight
Ominous

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"A sleeper," eagerly.
'Oh, can we
get a sleeper?"
anxious to send messages.
Put there was none of the usual ex exhilaration
hilaration exhilaration of landing. Even the hurry
and excitement were subdued by the
ominous feeling of depression.
"Got two berths of some kind," an announced
nounced announced Warren. Then, with a glance
i at the lunch counter, "Want some of
j that fodder while we wait? There's
f our old friend, Bovril, nodding at
the familiar English sign.
"I don't like beef extract," de demurred
murred demurred Helen.
""Hello, they've got a bar. too! What
about sherry and bitters? That'll set
you up.
"Wait, dear," as Warren started for
the lunch counter. "A lot of people
Don,t you tnInk e.dbetterr
"No; they always soak you more.
Don't you worry we'll get In some somewhere.
where. somewhere. They'll not turn away good
American money, war or no war."
Warren now made a raid on the
lunch counter, returning with sherry
and sandwiches. They had had a
late supper on the steamer,' but the
thought of the midnight landing In
n roiint-r still -In the throes of war
bad ieft Helen too excited to eat.
"All passengers this way I "-shouted
the guard.
Helen hastily finished her sandwich
and followed Warren Into the. huge
brick-lined hall, where all the baggage
was ready for Inspection.
"Keep close to me," as he pushed
ahead and quickly located their trunks
In the section under "C"
"Any spirits, tobacco or silver silver-plate?"
plate?" silver-plate?" asked the custom officer per-
functorily, as. he chalked the trunks
without opening them.
, With some difficulty Warren got a
porter. The scarcity of porters was
one of the first evidences of the war.
, "Register these trunks through to
Enston," he' ordered. "This hand bag baggage
gage baggage we'll have in the sleeper."
Outside they made their way down
the platform to the waiting train.
"Where's this stateroom?" asked
Warren, showing his ticket.
"They're not reserved, sir. Take
any you like."
When the porter deposited their
hand baggage In one of the stuffy state
rooms, Helen looked around with
amazed disapproval. Compared with
the luxurious American sleeper it was
crude, shabby and not even clean clean-There
There clean-There were two cot-like berths with
a washstand between. The curtains
were stained and dusty, and the bit of
carpet worn threadbare.
Helen promptly examined the tiubl-
ous-looking bed linen. The narrow
sheets barely covered the soiled mat
tress, and tho harsh, stiff blankets
were a grayish white.
"Dear, look! Even the sheets dont
look fresh!"
"Well." they're getting American
managers on these roads now. They'll
send a lot of these old cars to the
Junk heap."
"Let's get out our steamer rugs,
persisted Helen. "They're cleaner than
these blankets."
Unheeding Warren's growling pro
test, she unstrapped the rugs. Then
from her suitcase she took two towels
and pinned them over the pillows.
"Now, see here," scowling around
for a place to hang his coat; "you re
to take things on this trip as you find
em. We'll have none of this squeam-
Ishness. If you don't like"
"Oh, wait," pleadingly. "Let me
wash out that basin first," as Warren
started to wash up. "And, dear, don t
use that soap!"
Impatiently he waited while Helen
washed out the dusty basin and got
the soap from her suitcase.
"Oh. dear. I wouldn't stand on this
dirty Coor. Where're your slippers?
Let me get them out for you."
"No. you don't" pushing her aside.
"No sense In getting everything un unpacked.
packed. unpacked. I paid for this stateroom to
get a few hours sleep not to potter
around all night"
Helen had hardly begun to undress'
when Warren flopped Into his berth.
"Great Scott, this thing's narrow!
Don't take any chances on tossing
about. Say. what in thunder are you
doing now?"
"I'll be through in a minute," 'for,
having a deep-rooted aversion for
doubtful wash basins, Helen was clean cleaning
ing cleaning her face with cold cream.
"Well, I may not be so all-fired par particular,
ticular, particular, as you are but I wouldn't
smear all that grease paint on my face
for a farm."
Through a lull in the rumbling of
the baggage trucks, the voices of two
women now came with shrill distinct distinctness
ness distinctness from the adjoining stateroom:
MAN TAKES HIS OWN MEDICINE
IS AN OPTIMIST
He has absolute faith in his medi medicine
cine medicine he knows when he takes it for
certain ailments he pets relief. People
who take Dr. King's New Discovery
for an irritating cold are optimists
they know this cough remedy will pen penetrate
etrate penetrate the linings pf the throat, kill
the germs, and open the way for na nature
ture nature to act. You can't destroy a cold
by superficial treatment you must
go to the cause of the trouble. Be an
optimist. Get a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery today. tu-th-fri-w

Helen and Warren

III

Landing is Subdued by iha
War Cloud V
"I wonder if this shirt waist will do
for tomorrow?"
"Oh, yes; I wouldn't put on a fresh
one till we're there. .My, it's good to
get those shoes off! Patent leather
draws my feet so.
"Tan shoes are easier for traveling.
Oh, do you like those lace-front cor corsets?
sets? corsets? I've been wanting to try them,
they say they're The rest was lo3t
in tho trundling of baggage outside.
"Huh, Just getting interesting,"
grinned Warren. "What "re those two
females over here alone for anyway?"
"I think one Is a correspondent for
some paper," whispered Helen. "Don't
you remember her, the one who was
always writing on deck?"
"Oh, that! Well, ItH take more'n a
lace front to make her
"Hush, dear, they'll hear you!"
"Now what else have you to do?" de demanded
manded demanded Warren.
"Just to fix my hair but I don't
need the Jight for that."
She switched off the light and raised
the window at the foot of her berth.
Tho long platform was now cleared
of trunks. Tho cold, white arc globes
flickered ghostly along the prison-like
station. The familiar English signs of
soap, tea and Junket seemed frivolous frivolously
ly frivolously out of place against the grim" stone
walls.
Then without a sound "of bell or
whistle, with almost a sinister silence.
the train slipped out 'into the dark
ness.
The outskirts of Liverpool, with
the streets stony, treeless, and poor poorly
ly poorly lit, looked Inexpressibly dreary.
There were endless rows of the mo monotonous,
notonous, monotonous, low Brick liouscs. all dark
now except for a faint glimmer from
an occasional window.
Vaguely depressed by the scene,
with a whispered "Good night, dear."
Helen reached out across the narrow
aisle.
"Good night," briefly, pushing away
her hand.
"Now let's get what sleep wo can."
A silence of several moments then
Helen drept out of bed and bent over
him with,a wistful:
"Dear, I can't go to sleep without
telling you good night right!"
. As she stooped to kiss him. her
hand unconsciously slipped under-his
pillow and touched something cold
and steely. .With a trightened cry -she
drew back. .-
"Oh, oh! -.Why, 'Warren, that
isn't"
"Well, what if It Is? What're you
fumbling under my pillow for?"
"It it Isn't loaded?" breathlessly.
"What use would it be If It wasn't?"
"But dear, you don't think"
"Think it's JusJ as well to have one.
Lot of sneak thieves at a .time like
this. -Now you go to sleep and step
prowling around."
Helen- crept back Into her berth, but
the touch of the revolver had chilled
her. There was something terrify terrifying
ing terrifying In that cold steeL With a rush It
brought back all her brooding thoughts
of the war..
They were beyond the city now,
speeding through the sweet-smellihg
English country. Raising Jber pil pillow,
low, pillow, she gazed cut on the peaceful
farm lands. ""Here and there were
groups of cowg sleeping or grazing la
the moonlight.
It was all so quietly peaceful that
it was hard to think of the war zone
as being so near. All those Belgian
battlefields had a few months ago been
as serenely quiet as this. Perhaps
many of the battles had been fought at
night under Just such a calm, pale
moon.
The thought of the killed-and wound wounded
ed wounded Helen resolutely put from her. All
her mental anguish over the suffering
In this war would not alleviate a single
pang, and she was schooling herself
not to think. Just before they sailed
she had sent a check to the Red Cross.
That was expressing her sympathy in
the only way that could help.
Determinedly she now turned her
thoughts to London. They would bo
there In the morning. What condi conditions
tions conditions would they find? The hotels,
restaurants, music halls all the places
8he had loved on her first trip how
many of those would bo closed?
Whatever the hardships or Incon Inconveniences
veniences Inconveniences of the next few weeks, there
was something thrilllngly exciting
about being so near the heart of
things.
The spirit of adventure was always
strong within Helen, and now she
looked forward to their arrival In Lon London
don London with a glow of eager expectancy.
The Thirst for Applause.
That the desire to "show oST aad
thereby win applause la a powerful in in-centiye
centiye in-centiye to action la eTldenced by the
refusal of a prisoner to leave Jail on
the ground that he did not wish to
miss his. chance of appearing In the
prison entertainment for which he was
diligently rehearsing. It may teem
strange that anyone should prefer ap applause
plause applause to liberty, but thU prisoner is
only one of thousands who have made
equal or even greater sacrifices to the
m a f a f A T
cause of artistic ambition, as the de
sire to Bhow off ia termed when
truth Is submerged by politeness.
New York Herald.
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Work for the Money than Any Other
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OC ALA OCCURENCES J

We want you to step in and see our
line of FOUNTAIN SYRINGES and
water bottles, all prices. The Court
Pharmacy. tl
Give her a box of NORMS' CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES the best made. The' Court
Pharmacy. tf
Just received, a new supply of
country smoked hams, shoulders and
jowls. Eggs 15 cents per dozen.
Cam-Thomas Company. 4-3t
. Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
with more th-an one registered phar pharmacist.
macist. pharmacist. 4-27-tf
' Call and examine our 50 cents a
pound box of chocolates. The box is
plain but the chocolates are high high-grade.
grade. high-grade. Troxler's. 4-tf
Its good for the whole family, and
they all like it PEANUT BRITTLE
in boxes at the Court Pharmacy, tf
The Citraboys are a game bunch,
tho, and we want to see them again
when they've straightened up a bit
and had more team practice.
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, 31. P., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.
The Temple Theater was crowded
entirely full last night with people
to see the pictures and the repetition
yf the Mayday exercises. The lat
ter were most' successfully carried
out, all the children acting beauti beautifully.
fully. beautifully. VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and 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.
Photographs of the queen of the
may are for sale at the Reeves
studio. 5-3-3t
Even the weather fnaii admits to today
day today that we are due to have a rain.
Mr. Herbert Lattner was a busi business
ness business visitor to Leesburg today, motor motoring
ing motoring down yesterday afternoon.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most ; healthful of ALL
sjjmmer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
., :Mr. Adolph Baumgardner, aged 55,
of fBelleview, who came to the hospi hospital
tal hospital too late for cure, died there yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon. His remains were
taken to Belleview for interment.
Rsxall Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy livers your money -back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
SEE THIS FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf jlesr milk and eggs, tf
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. If
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
Did you say BATHING CAPS?
Well, we have the prettiest line you
ever saw. The Court Pharmacy, tf
We are sole agents for VINOL, and
this is the time of the year to take it.
The Court Pharmacy. tf
" Rev. Roy Bowers returned yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon from a short visit to
North Lake Weir, where he is hav having
ing having preparations made for the open opening
ing opening of Camp Mucoso at an early date.
Ten applications have already been
received. The tennis, basketball and
baseball grounds have been marked
out and are being put hi shape, also
plans have been consummated to
have one motor boat. The boys who
are accepted at Camp Mucoso will be
assured of an instructive and most
profitable summer under the able
guidance of Rev. Bowers and Prof.
W. H. Cassels, who are leaving noth nothing
ing nothing undone to promote the welfare
and happiness of any child that
comes under their protection.
FMECKILE
Don't Hide- Them With a Veil; Re Remove
move Remove Them with the Othvne
Preparation
f This prescription for the removal
cf freckles was written by a promi prominent
nent prominent physician and is usually so suc successful
cessful successful in removing freckles and giv giv-'
' giv-' ing a clear, beautiful complexion that
it is sold under guarantee to refund
the money if it fails.
Don't hide your freckles under a
veil; get an ounce of othine and re remove
move remove them. Even the first few appli applications
cations applications should jshow a wonderful im improvement,
provement, improvement, some of the lighter fresk fresk-1es
1es fresk-1es vanishing entirely.
Be sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength othine; it is this that
is sold on the money-back guarantee.

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.
Mav 1 ....88' 64
May 2 ........93 62
May 3 89 62
May 4 ... .87 66
May 5 85 71
May 6 t 92 58
Local Forecast
Local showers tonight or Saturday.
Somewhat cooler tonight northwest
portion.
The Boy's Club will meet in reg regular
ular regular session this evening in the Mc Mc-Clane
Clane Mc-Clane hall.y It being regular business
evening it is hoped every member
will be present. This club should be
one of unusual interest to every
young fellow in' the city. It is very
well equipped and has a membership
of 17 at present. Mr. Jack Mcintosh
is master of ceremonial and instruc
tor. He is capable and thoroughly in
earnest in the work of "promoting
physical culture, to its highest plane.
The many friends of Capt. S. R.
Pyles, who has been so desperately
ill at the Marion County Hospital for
many weeks, will be pleased to learn
that he has so far recovered 'as to be
sitting up a while each day. He will
be removed home on Monday.
Mrs. Henderson is meeting with
great success in her work in the
cause of the Home Mission and Res
cue Workers. She wjll speak Sun Sunday
day Sunday night at the East Broadway
Christian church and Marie, one of
the little girls from the home, will
sing. There will be baptism after
the services.
On Saturday anfl Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
Iar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Hunaway June, 15c at The Murray
Company. 7-3t
WHITE MAN WITn BLACK LIVER
The liver is a blood -purifier. It was
thought at one time it was the seat
of -the passions. The trouble with most
people is that 'their liver becomes
black because of impurities in the
blood due td bad physical states, caus causing
ing causing biliousness, headache, dizziness
and constipation. Dr. King's New
Life Pills will clean up the liver, and
give you new life. 25 cents at your
druggist. tu-thu-fri-w
Buy your drugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the best always. v 4-27-tf
Runaway June, 15c at The Murray
Company.
7-3t
WHOLE FAMILY DEPENDENT
Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio,
writes: "Our whole family depend on
Pine-Tar-Honey." Maybe some one in
your family has a severe cold per perhaps
haps perhaps it is the baby. Theoriginal Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey, is an ever
ready household remedy it gives im immediate
mediate immediate relief. Pine-Tar-Honey pene penetrates
trates penetrates the linings of the throat and
lungs, destroys the germs, and allows
nature to act. At your druggist, 25c.
Adv. tu-thu-f ri-wky
Globe-Wernicke safes and cabinets
at The Murray Company. 7-3t
We have a large stock of old soap
which we are selling real cheap. All
good quality. -Gerig's. 4-87-tf
WHOOPING COUGH
"When my daughter had whooping
dough 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 entirely
ly entirely well," writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes
Crooksville, Ohio. Obtainable "every "everywhere.
where. "everywhere. Adv.
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Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
Under and by virtue of the final
decree rendered in that certain cause
wherein P. H. Nugent is complainant
and A. H. Starr and his wife, Martha
D. Starr, are defendants, by the Hon Honorable
orable Honorable W. S. Bullock, judge of the
fifth judicial circuit of Florida, in -and
for the county of Marion, in chancery
on the 7th day of May, A. D., 1915, I
will offer for sale and sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash, at
the south door of the courthouse in
the city 'of Ocala, Marion county.
Florida, within .the legal hours of
sale, on
Monday, the 7th day of June, 1915
the following described lot or parcel
of land, situate, lying and being in
the "county of Marion and state of
Florida, to-wit:
Commencing sixteen and thirty thirty-two
two thirty-two one hundredths (16.32) chains
west and twenty-six and ninety-five
one hundredths (26.95) chains north
of -the southeast corner of section
seven (7), township sixteen (16)
south, range twenty-two (22) east
running thence west eighteen and ten
one hundredths (18.10) chains, thence
north twenty-six and ninety-five one
hundredths (26.95) chains, thence
east eighteen and ten one hundredths
(18.10) chains, thence south twenty twenty-six
six twenty-six and ninety-five one hundredth?
(26.95) chains, to point of beginning
i less, or so much thereof as will be
, necessary to satisfy -the said decree
and costs. D. Niel Ferguson,
L. W. Duval, Special Master.
Complainant's Solicitor. 5-7-sat

BEWARE OF TIIE BRICK

Received by Harry Peter in the Same
Package .with His Precious
Metal Cup
The local Elks took their menage rij
and circus performers to Palatka a
few weeks ago to the state conven convention.
tion. convention. When thn judges had inspect inspected
ed inspected the outfit and compared it with
the others present they decided that
it was the winner of the cup.
The aforesaid cup has been in the
hands of the engravers ever since.
and Mr. Harry Peter, who had charge
of the Ocala delegation of Bills and
others at Palatka, has been indus industriously
triously industriously writing and inquiring about
that cup.
Some of his friends in order to al allay
lay allay hi3 anxiety yesterday sent him
a cup, express prepaid. The package
was carefully opened and after un unwrapping
wrapping unwrapping great bundles, of excelsior
and tissue paper the "cup" was
found to be a perfectly constructed
half pint tin cup, suitably embellish embellished
ed embellished with" pictures of elks, etc. To give
the "package the proper weight to
keep "this side up" a life sized, brick
was enclosed at the bottom. This
latter item Harry threatens to heave
at the cranium of the next man who
says anything to him about the mat matter.
ter. matter. The "cup" reposes peacefully in
his place of business where it at attracts
tracts attracts considerable attention, and
necessitates Harry explaining the
whqje affair.
The best part of it is that Mr.
Peters has in his possession an offi official
cial official letter from the parties in charge
of the real cup that it will certainly
be here in a few days, and no one in
Ocala will be more proud of it than
he. v
The cup already on hand Mr. Peter
says he will deliver at the lodge
headquarters at the very first ses session.
sion. session. STOCK FEED
r
We now have on hand a full line vf
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
Advertise in the Star.
. WILBUR V. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
. Embalmer. :
e-cTiSUco. Phone 10
:feaekeaAd Ocala, Fla.
219 WEST BROADWAY
OCALA FRATERHAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAlt
. Ocala Chapter, No. 29, OE. S S-rneets
rneets S-rneets at Yonee's hall.tha-second and
fourth Thursday evenings of eactt
montn at 7 o clock. ..
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE JiO. 280, B. P. O. E.
.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Huesdav even
ings In each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. WllHxms. E..R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary., Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699. L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. ru.
Visiting bTethern always welcome lo
the lodge and club hou&6 on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffiloo.
R. S. Rogers, Dictator.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. V.,
meets In Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'doclc. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
yv. L. Colbert. Secretary.
KXIGHT3 OF PYTHIAS'
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting:
iting: visiting: brothers.
Ctas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
- CHAPTER NO. 13,' R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the
fourth Frldav in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H..P.
Jake R'OJrn, Secretary.
WOODME OF THE WORLD
,Fo-t King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hallfi at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
OcALA TEMPLE
PYTniAN 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. C
i
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OT" 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
Cha3. K. Sage. Secretary. Ad
Charles Goddard, C. C
rIAKIOX-DUXX MASONIC LODGF
Marlon-Dunn Lodge rso. a. ... A
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening' or each1 month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad"

(Continued from Third Paje)

Representatives at Richmond
John M. Martin Camp Sons of Con Confederate
federate Confederate Veterans has made the fol following
lowing following appointments for the camp at
the reunion in Richmond:
Chaperone: Mrs. E. L. Carney. -Matron
of honor: Mrs. W. T. Gary.
Sponsor: Miss Katherine Livings Livingston.
ton. Livingston.
Maids of honor: Miss Avalee Ed Edwards
wards Edwards and Miss Marie Haile. -'
Miss Rosebud Robinson expects to
go to Citra on Wednesday for a few
days visit to Mrs. J. G. Robertson
and family.
.
A fine boy was born Wednesday to
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Morrison at Cal Calvary.
vary. Calvary. m m -m
'
Miss Kathleen Jackson will enter entertain
tain entertain at cards next Tuesday afternoon
in compliment to her house guest,
Miss Rosebud Robinson of Tampa."
Mr. C. .E. Ahern, who has moved to
Fayetteville, N. C. where he is en engaged
gaged engaged in the abstract business, : will
be joined" by his wife immediately
after school closes.
Mrs. L. J. Lummus will be removed
tomorrow to the home of her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs.- A. A. Winer, after an illness
of some days in the Marion County
Hospital, : which news will be of
pleasant interest to her many friends.
Miss Mary Landers left yesterday
morning for Arcadia, where she will
represent" the Philathea class of the
Ocala Baptist church Sunday school
at the Baraca-Philathea convention,'
which is in session there the remaind remainder
er remainder of this week.
The Misses Zimmerman, who gave
such a delightful harp and piano re recital
cital recital last evening at the Christian
church, left this afternoon for Eus Eus-tis.
tis. Eus-tis. They were charmed with Ocala
and beautiful Silver. Springs. Dur During
ing During their short, visit they were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W.;T. Gary and
family. T
News was received in this city this
morning from the bedside of Mrs. M.
Fishel, who was taken :to Kelly's san sanitarium
itarium sanitarium in Baltimore O. few days ago
for an operation. She Stood the ordeal
well and is doing splendidly, which
news will be gratefully received by
her. many friends.
',
' Miss Alice Bullock' was the hostess
this afternoon at a twelve table auc auction
tion auction bridgV party, entertaining col collectively
lectively collectively the young ladies' card club
of which she is a popular member
and nine tables of special guests, in
compliment tblier sister, Mrs. C V.
Miller -of. Tampa.' Miss Bullock; as assisted
sisted assisted by her mother,1 MrS'WV S-Bub-lock,'
received her. guests most-'in.-Formally,
introducing Ihem r-tO Mia.
Miller, wh6se visit borne is-'occasioning
- much' pleasant '-" interest. The
tables of the club were placed upon
the broad verandas, the others being
arranged throughout the lower floor,
which was thrown into one-1 great
room, profusely decorated in frag fragrant
rant fragrant spring flowers. Roses, nastur nasturtiums
tiums nasturtiums and sweet peas were used. The
dining room was decorated in lilies, a
great cluster of the stately blossoms
being arranged in pyramid form in
the center of the table. Mints and
candies were placed on the tables
during, the games, and after several
hours of spirited playing pretty linen
creton bound table covers were given
as prizes.- A refreshing and delicious
ice course with dainty cake waa serv served
ed served at the conclusion of the games by
Misses Bullock, Bettie Mclver, Annie
Atkinson, Marie von Engelken, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Sistrunk, Caroline Harriss and
Mrs. John Taylor. The dainty score
cards were passed to the players by
pretty little Miss Alice Bullock Mil
Stagncnl Diced Given
0
Wonderful Activity Im Imparted
parted Imparted by a Famous
Remedy.
The appear&ne of pimple, bolls, stta
eruption aad all evidence of lmpor bloo4,
emlia for S. 8. 8.. tae fimoos Mood purifier.
Cathartic, purge, bowel taoTers and lax
a tire won't do.
No amount of bile will destroy certain
rerms which cause blood and skin eruptions.
They are away down deep la the tissues,
perhaps la the very marrow of the bones.
And sucb a condition calls for the searching
Influence of S. S. S. It Is Indeed a remark'
able remedy, since It Is taken up by the blood
stream and never loses Its "medicinal Influ Influence.
ence. Influence. On and on It roes, tbrosch
thronth the entire system and always with
the- same definite actios to dislodg grrma,
destroy their actlrity and stimulate tie llrer,
lungs, kidneys, bowels and skla to throw
them out completely.
It stimulates stagnant blood, pre Tides a
rational exhilaration to the nerve centers and
thereby the natural functions of the body are
aroused to cast out Intruders, no matter bow
strongly Intrenched they msy be. It refutes
the ancient theory that to destroy within us
the germs that eat Into our vitals rails for
drugs thst destroy oar very existence. Get
a bottle f a. 8. 8. today of any dntrlst and
for special advice on serere blood disorders
write at once to the Medical Adviser. The
Swift Specific Cou. 103 Swift Bld. Atlanta.
Ga. Dor' not accept a substitute. Insist
upon wbait ypu ask for.

ler, the charming niece" and grand granddaughter
daughter granddaughter of the home. Miss Bullock's
party this afternoon was in every
way perfect in its appointments, and
delightful in every particular. x

For the Children
Princess Marie, Daughter
of the King of Belgium.
Probably not many American cMI cMI-dren
dren cMI-dren will feel envious of Princess Ma Marie,
rie, Marie, daughter of the king and queen of
the Belgians. Until last August she was
a care free, joyous little girl, but since
the dreadful war broke out the people
of Belgium have suffered greatly, as
all little folks wbo are old enough to
read already know. King Albert and
Queen Elizabeth were forced to See
from their native land, and of course
the royal children went with them.
Prlncess Marie Is the youngest of the
family. She Is only eight. She has
two brothers. Prince Leopold, who la
fourteen years of age, and Prince
Charles who Is twelve.- Prince Leo Leopold,
pold, Leopold, heir apparent to the throne, has
recently Joined the Twelfth Belgian In Infantry
fantry Infantry as a soldier. King Albert Is
fighting with his troops, while Prin Princess
cess Princess Marie and her mother and other
brother are living In France. V
Trade Pantomimes,
This Is a variation of the old game
of "dumb crambo." The players divide
themselves into two parties, called tbe
masters" and "the'tien." -'
'-jLller consultation the. men- agree
op6a 'some -trade "of occupation '.which
they are to: Illustrate -In darab show;
Tiro masters- must' guess- from '-their
motions what Trade they hatrcbesea,'
and to help them in this they are "told
the first and last' letters of the word
describing it. t
For instance, the men decide upon
j the word "gardener.' and, giving the
letters "g" and r, tney stana in line,
and each performs a gardener's work
planting seeds, mowing with a
scythe, digging with a spade,-weeding,
watering,'' etc. Not a word Is spoken
and but 16n;:gtte3-alio wed to each
master? tf ohe iroesses correctly the
men'osefthefr7-joD."i3:If fia'one dls dls-rcb
rcb dls-rcb vers thetrade the" word Is told and
they "proceed to act something else. If
the masters fall twice to guess the
word the men "strike and "quit
work." The -masters then become the
men and must take their turn at panto pantomime,
mime, pantomime, v
"What Am I Doing?
Six, seven, eight or more players take
their seats In a straight row. Behind
them the person chosen to lead the
game takes his stand. Placing him himself
self himself exactly behind the player seated
on the top chair, be then begins to con conduct
duct conduct himself In the most absurd man manner
ner manner posslble-for Instance, making
some ridiculous grimace, shaking his
fist or any other comical antic that
may suggest Itself to him. .After do doing
ing doing this for a minute or two he
says to the player seated before him,
""What am I doing?" Should the un unfortunate
fortunate unfortunate Individual be enable to an answer
swer answer correctly he must stand up and.
until permission, be given him to de desist,
sist, desist, must Imitate in silence the antics
the nature of which he. was unable to
discover. More frequently than not
the guesses are quite wide of the mark;
consequently the spectacle Is most
laughable when flTe or six of the com company
pany company are all occupying the enviable
position above described.
To Take Impressions ef Plants.
Burn a common cork till reduced to
a powder, add a teaspoonful of olive
oil, mix into a thick paste. Now paint
the veiny side of the leaf with camel's
hair or black sable brush, lay the leaf
carefully on a piece of .clean paper,
painted side down, subject it to a
strong and even pressure by placing it
in a book under a weight for about a
quarter of n hour, then remove the
leaf carefully from the paper. Very
veiny leaves are the best-
Heard In the Nursery.
"I thought you were very much at attached
tached attached to the book." said-the stuffed
dog to the picture that bsd once orna ornamented
mented ornamented the cover of the book.
"1 was," said the picture, "but Dora
cut me out.
Losses.
tittle Bo peep
lias lost her sheep
And cajinot refrain from yawning?
Leave her In bed.
The sleepy beat.
To slumber aU the morning.
' Little Boy Blue
Elas lost bis shoe
And cannot teli where be dropped It.
He must have come back
With his foot very black.
Unless peradrevture D bopped ft
. LAMB BACK
Lame back is, usually due to rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism of the "muscles of the hack.
Hard working people are mast likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back with Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment two or three times
Jt day.. Try it.. Obtainable everywhere.
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