The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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EVENING

ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE
LOCAL NEW
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PRESS TIM I
f()L. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA MONDAY, MAY 10, 1915
NO. 112
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

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EXPFGTEO TO DUNCE SINKIHG OF THE

I1IIACT
DOES (101 MTEi FOR UNITED STATES TO EDFEH WAR, BUT WILL GIVE GERL1AIIY
POSITIVE PROOF. OF AMERICA!! DISAPPROVAL

Washington, May lC-vIt is gen generally
erally generally believed that President Wil Wilson
son Wilson will denounce the torpedoing of
. the Lucitania as inexcusable under
the laws of nations and humanity in
the policy he adopts. The extent of the
president's action is still Undetermined-
IS SPEAKING IN PHILADELPHIA
THIS AFTERNOON
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He is expected to refer to the
Lusitania's sinking in addressing a
, meeting of four thousand naturaliz naturalized
ed naturalized Americans at Philadelphia this
afternoon, allh6ugh he will not de definitely
finitely definitely divulge, the course qf the
United States.
CONGRESS WON'T BE CALLED
' v' The president will probably present
his ideas of the proper policy pof the
V United States to the cabinet tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. It is certain he won't call art
extra session of Congress.
SEVERANCE OF DIPLOMATIC
RELATIONS FORESHADOWED
This indicates there is no proba probability
bility probability of the United States entering
the European conflict now. Sever Severance
ance Severance of diplomatic relations with
Germany or the withdrawal of Am-
bassador Gerard from Berlin with without
out without formal severing -of relations, are
suggested, as showing the trend of
American public opinion toward Ger Germany.
many. Germany.
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AMERICAN KNEW HOW TO DIE
London, May 10. Thomas Sliddel,
of New York, interviewed in London
yesterday, said he saw Alfred G. Van Van-derbilt
derbilt Van-derbilt on the deck of the Lusitania
as the vessel was going down. Mr.
Vanderbilt, who could not .swim, was
equipped with a lifebelt, but he gal gallantly
lantly gallantly took it off, Mr. Sliddell said,
and placed it around the body of a
young woman. Then he went off to
seek another lifebelt. The ship sank
a few seconds later.
DISTINGUISHED AUTHOR
AMONG LUSITANIA'S DEAD
(Associated Press)
London, May 10. It is learned that
Father Basil William Maturin of
Polywell, Oxford, rerirhed on the
Lusitania. He the author of sev several
eral several religious works.
ANOTHER COLORED EPISCOPAL
PRIEST FOR FLORIDA
Notwithstanding the inclemency of
the weather yesterday, a large con-
gregation witnessed the ordination of
Rev. John Speight to the priesthood
in St. Augustine church, Gainesville,
by the Rt. Rev. Edwin G. Weed, D. D.,
bishop of the diocese. The shortened
form of Matins was conducted by
Rev. E. I. Georges, vicar of St.
James, Ocala, at 9 a. m. and the or ordination
dination ordination proper with high mass at
10:30, the bishop officiating. The ser sermon
mon sermon was preached, by Rev. Campbell,
priest in charge of Holy Trinity
(white). Rev. Georges acted as epis epis-toler.
toler. epis-toler. MISSIONARY PICTURES
On next Wednesday evening there
will be shown a series of stereopticon
views at the Methodist church under
the auspices of the Epworth League.
These pictures are said to be the most
interesting ever shown in this eounT
try of the habits and customs of peo people
ple people in Africa among whom the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist missionaries have been working
for many years. They were made by
Rev. Lambert, in charge of the work
in the Congo country. Rev. J. M.
Gross will deliver a lecture during
the showing of the pictures, and Mr.
Clifford Peabody will have charge of
the picture apparatus. There will be
no admission charge, tho a-free will
offering for the cause will be taken.

(Associated Press)
AMERICAN LINER ON WAY
ACROSS THE ATLANTIC
Philadelphia Follows the Lusitania's
Track but Hopes for Better
. Fortune
(Associated Press)
- New York, May 9. r-The American
liner Philadelphia, sailing for Liver Liverpool
pool Liverpool yesterday over the route travel traveled
ed traveled by the Lusitania, steamed away
with full cabins and with berths in
the' steerage at a premium.
Notwithstanding the American flag
flies at the liner's astern, Captain
Mills will observe every precaution
for the safety of passengers when he
reaches the "war zone. ;. --
Six. cancellations were recorded "at
the- last "minute. The Philadelphia
had aboard 940 passengers and left
behind 150 persons, according to offi officers
cers officers of the line, who would have sail sailed
ed sailed had there been accommodations.
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
OCALA HIGH SCHOOL
The commencement exercises of tre
Ocala High School will take place in
the Temple theater Monday evening,
May 31. It promises to be the larg largest
est largest and mdst successful commence commencement
ment commencement Ocala has ever seen.
STRUCK BY LIGHTNING
Among others who expect to go will
Entire Herd of Valuable Hogs Killed
Saturday Night
Mr. Andrew Blocker spent Sunday
with Mr. Rief, an old friend of his
w"ho lives at Martin, and reports that
he sustained a heavy loss in Satur Saturday
day Saturday night's thunder storm. Some time
during, the night lightning struck in
his hog pasture killing seventy-nine
head of fine hogs. They were all kill
ed as they slept in a bunch, and none
were in. the least marked from the
shock. There was no indication of
the lightning having struck a tree or
anything else in the vicinity, tho the
bolt that caused such havoc as
heard by the Reif family. The herd
was composed of high bred stock and
the loss to Mr. Rief is "quite a blow.
He has been farming at Martin for
the past eighteen months, being one
of a large colony of German-Americans
who came here at that 'time from
Indiana.
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ODD FELLOWS, TAKE NOTICE
The entertainment committee has
been busy. An elaborate program has
been prepared, after which refresh refreshments
ments refreshments will be served at the lodge
room tomorrow night.
W. L. Colbert, Chmn. Com.
COULDN'T CONVICT
MRS. FLORENCE CARMAN
Mineola, N. Y., March 9. Mrs.
Florence Carman was acquitted yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon on the charge of
murdering ; Mrs. -Louise Bailey at
Freeport last June 30th.
AMERICAN NAVY HAS
LOST ANOTHER AVIATOR
Washington, May 9. Ensign Mel Mel-vin
vin Mel-vin L. Stolz, of the navy's aviation
corps, was killed yesterday in mak making
ing making a low altitude flight at Pensacola.
WILL EXCHANGE AUTO
- FOR A VACANT LOT
A two-passenger, four-cylinder car,
in first class condition, fully equip equipped;
ped; equipped; new tires all around. Will ex exchange
change exchange for good vacant city lots, dh-tf
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf

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LUSITANfA AS All III-
RUSSIA LOSES GROUND IN CAR CARPATHIANS
PATHIANS CARPATHIANS AND GERMANS
IN BALTIC PROVINCES
REPULSED
(Associated Press)
London, May 10. The situation in
Flanders and the Carpathians, where
critical battles in the present phase
of the European war are being fought
is still .obscure. On the western
front both Germans and allies claim
considerable gains. In the Carpa Carpathians,
thians, Carpathians, a similar situation exists.
While the Russians concede reverses,
they admit no such serious defeat as
is indicated in German and Austrian
statements.
Italy is now expected to reach a
decision shortly for or against war.
It is reported that if she desires to
intervene, she will first declare war
on Turkey.
AUSTRO-GERMANS TAKE, MANY
i PRISONERS 1
Further victory for the Austro Austro-German
German Austro-German forces in Galicia is reported
today in' a dispatch from the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian headquarters, which declared
the Russians are being driven back
between Lupkow and Uzick 'passes.
It was estimated the number of Rus Russian
sian Russian prisoners will be increased to a
hundred thousand.
BEATEN BACK FROM THE BAL BALTIC
TIC BALTIC The Russians are reported to have
compelled a hundred mile retreat of
the Germans in the Russian Baltic
provinces.
The French official report indicates
no important changes today in the
west.
ANNUAL PICNIC
AT ADAMSVILLE
The Adamsville annual picnic will
be held Thursday.. May 13th, 1915.
Everybody invited to come and bring
well filled baskets, Ice cream and
lemonade will be sold for the benefit
of the cemetery. There will ba a game
of ball as usuaL
M. S. Hill.
W. B. Swicord.
G. W. Caruthers.
SHADY
Shady, May 6. -The fanners are
all busy and have planted large crops.
Some begun to ship beans this week
and in a few days tomatoes will be
ready to ship.
.Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown of Martel
were visitors here the last of the
week.
Misses Counts and Jessie Woods
have been attractive visitors at Mrs.
Barnes pretty home for a few days.
Many compliments were given these
young ladies and we shall be glad to
see them again.
Mr. Ollie Manning was a visitor for
the week-end with friends.
We had a most enjoyable picnic
Saturday at Williams Spring, given
for the Sunday school. There was a
nice crowd and every one enjoyed
the day. A few from Ocala were out.
The Misses Counts and Dr. Counts
and some friends came out for dinner
Our Sunday school is growing ir
number and interest. Dr. Purvis, the
superintendent, is the right man in
the right place, and all are trying to
help him in his efforts in this line.
Rev. Rogers of Ocala is to preach
for us at the Baptist church Sunday
May 9th, at 11 o'clock. We hope all
our people will come out to hear him
We were much pleased to see
Mother Goin out to church and to the
picnic. It will be remembered that
she fell and broke her hip last fall.
She i3 75 and has always lived a busy
life and now that she has recovered
so that with very little help she can
walk about, we hope soon to see her
entirely well and in her place at
church and Sunday school.

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(Associated Press)

London, 'May 10. Passengers on
incoming trains from Southend, an
Essex, seaside resort, report a serious
aerial raid there and say that valua valuable
ble valuable property was destroyed. Some
lives were lost. Several machines
were in the raid. It was toocloudy
to tell whether the raid was by aero aeroplanes
planes aeroplanes or Zeppelins.
x Several shops at Leigh, nearby, are
reported burned. It is reported that
four Zeppelins dropped fifty bombs
there.
Two Zeppelins are reported to have
bombarded -W-est Cliff, nearby.. No
fatalities are reported-
CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION
At ten o'clock this forenoon the
spring term of the circuit court for
Marion county was called to order
with Judge Bullock on the bench.
The roll call of juries was the first
matter taken up, after which the fol following
lowing following veniremen were drawn from
the list as grand jurorf for the term:
W. H. Bishop, H. D.J Stokes, George
R. Johns, John M. Martin, Jr., James
M. Moseley, IL R. Roddenberry, W.
B. Holly, J. B. Cappleman, William
Fant,' A. C. Cobb, T. Zl Proctor, Frank
B. Turner, J." M. Brinson George W.
Kingsley, I W. Wilson, J. L. Wall,
O. M. Gale and Frcmk B. Beckham.
George R. Smith was appointed bailiff
and aftar .the grand .jurors had re retired
tired retired and elected as their foreman
Mr. James M. Moseley, the judge de
livered his charge. .
The following named gentlemen
were then chosen as petit jurors for
the week from the list of the regular
venire: S. G. Lovell, Gk T. Liddon,
W. IL Cook, L. Si Light, 3Henry Ma Mason,
son, Mason, H. ';IL Whitworth, C. A. Savage;
C. W. Driver, W; V. Newsom, Jr., The
judge ordered a' special venire of fif
teen subpoenaed to complete the list
of -petit jurors.
J. M. Douglass was excused from
jury duty on account of being a mem member
ber member of the military company, T. N.
Davis arid R. T. Hampton on account
of being over age; M. L. Payne, on ac account
count account of being justice of the peace;
S. W. Petteway, on account of phy physical
sical physical disability.
The following cases have been set
for trial today: Crown Cork & Steel
Co., vs. A. P.'Stucky and E. Z. Jones;
Jefferson Powder Co., vs. Marion Lime
Co.; Peoples Bank, of Jacksonville, vs.
R. O. Huntsman.
MARTEL PICNIC FRIDAY
The Martel Sunday school will hold
its annual picnic next. Friday, the
14th, at the' oak grove about a mile
west of Martel on the "hard road from
that place to St. Johns' church. ;
SWEET PEAS FOR SALE
Beautiful sweet peas for sale, by
the dozen or hundred; packed for
Lmailing if desired.. M. J. Roess, phone
246. 4-27-tf
Runaway June, 15c at The Murray
Company. 7-3 1
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SOPH-COURT
UPHELD STATE
AUTO OWNERS OF FLORIDA
WILL HAVE TO COME
. ACROSS
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Washington. May 10, The su
preme court today upheld the Florida
automobile tax law.
SUMMERFIELD' VERSUS CITRA
Two Country Teams May Meet in
Ocala Tomorrow
Manager Hunter informs the Star
that if present arrangements hold,
the Citra and Summerfield ball teams
will meet on the Ocala diamond to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon.
Both these nines are made up of
live, players and will put up a good
game. Ocala will be- glad to see
them, .and will probably turn out a
good-sized bunch to see the-sport.
PRIMARY SCHOOL WILL
PROVE ITS PROFICIENCY
The teachers and scholars of the
primary school have picked out
Thursday' afternoon, May 20, for an
exhibition of their., work during true
term. V From 4 to 6 p. m., they will
receive the patrons and friends of the
school, ifrd:lSrwcirkcrmh3 'in'' dra'w dra'w-ingandl
ingandl dra'w-ingandl other work of :ith3'3Ifupils.
They hope "that all their friends will
be -present.
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DOCTORS GOING TO DeLAND
The ;c State Medical Society will
meet in DeLand Wednesday for a
two-days session. The Marion Coun County
ty County Medical Society will be represent represented
ed represented by Drs. Watt and Peek, who will
go if possible, and will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. Watt and Mrs. Peek.
Among others who expect to do will
be Drs. Van Hood, A. Ls Izlar, Counts,
Walters and Lindner of Ocala, and
Dr. Black of Dunnellon. All who go
will leave Ocala tomorrow.
PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT
BY THE PYTOIAN SISTERS
The Pythian Sisters will give a
public entertainment next Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock at Castle hall.
There will be refreshments as well as
a splendidly arranged program. The
meeting is to be a public one and all
their friends are invited to be pres present.
ent. present. Its good for-the whole family, and
they all like it PEANUT BRITTLE
in boxes at the Court Pharmacy, tf
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SAID LOSS OF SO MIIY EE8IMI USES CAUSED

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(Associated Press)

Washington, May 10- Count von
Bernstorff, the German ambassador.
called on Secretary Bryan today. Ue
expressed 4deep regret that the
events of the war had led to the loss
of so many American lives. After
a half hour's conference between the
ambassador and the secretary, a
statement to that effect waff given
out by mutual agreement.
While- the statement does not spe
cifically mention the Lusitania dis disaster,
aster, disaster, it was known the two officials
talked about it.
This was the ambassador's -first
visit to the- state department since
the sinking of the great liner. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Bryan received Bernstorff im immediately
mediately immediately and greeted him cordially.
The only response from the ambas ambassador
sador ambassador to questions after the confer conference
ence conference was that- he had made no ap appointment
pointment appointment with President Wilson.
The statement given out is interpret
ed by officials as meaning the embas
sador expre3sel regret not .only at
the loss of life on the Lusitania, but
for Americans lost by the torpedoing
of the American steamship Gulflight
and one 'American life lost? by sinking
f thje Fiilabal
AFRAID TO ACKNOWLEDGE IT
-New York, May 9 After remain
ing in seclusion at his hotel here the
entire day. Count von Bernstorff,
German ambassador, left for Wash
ington last night.
et them think, he was quoted as
saying when asked what he thought
the American people would think of
the torpedoing of the Lusitania. His
final statement, after refusing to an
swer a quick fire of questions was
that he would say nothing until proof
was furnished that the Lusitania had
in fact been torpedoed by a German
submarine." I
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Lays Responsibility on Owners of the!
. Lusitania j
Berlin, May 9. The following offi
cial communication was issued last
night: I
The Cunard liner Lusitania was
yesterday torpedoed by a German
submarine and sank. The Lusitania:
was "naturally armed with guns, as
were recently most of the English
merchant steamers. Moreover, as h
well known here, she had large quan quantities
tities quantities of war material in her cargo.
Her owners, therefore, knew to what
danger the passengers were exposed.
They alone bear all the responsibility
Cor what has happened."
Lusitania Was Unarmed
- Washington, May 9- One import important
ant important fact was definitely ascertained by
the Washington government yester yesterday
day yesterday from the port authorities at New
York, who gave clearance to the Lusi Lusitania
tania Lusitania that she carried no guns cither
mounted or unmounted, in accord accordance
ance accordance with the caution of the state de department
partment department I and British government
early in the war.
Germans Rejoice
Geneva, May 9. A dispatch from
Munich, received at Basel, says there
was great rejoicing in southern Ger Germany.
many. Germany. Towns were befiagged, espe especially
cially especially along the Rhine, and the chil children
dren children had a half holiday in honor of
the event. The rejoicings are said to
have spread even to Vienna and Buda Budapest.
pest. Budapest. Americans Not Warned Officially
Washington, May 9. The sugges suggestion
tion suggestion that the warnings by the German
embassy in newspaper advertise advertisements
ments advertisements should have been sufficient to
deter .Americans from traveling
aboard ships flying the British flag
has been widely commented upon
among diplomatists. At the state de department
partment department Secretary Bryan revealed
that the embassy's warning had never
been officially communicated to the
state department.

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FRANK WILL DIE JUNE 22 FOR
MURDER OF 1 1 A R Y PI I A G A N
(AfOcJa.teii Prs)
Atlanta, May 10. Leo M. Frs.r.k
was today re-sentenced to be harmed
to death Tuesday, June 22, for the
murder of Mary Phagan, the Atlanta
factory girl. Sentence wa. pronounc pronounced
ed pronounced by Judge Hill in s-jperier conrt
here. Before the court took action,
Frank made a statement in which he
reiterated his innocence.
BOUGHT A BIG BUSINESS
Jno. T. Moon Acquires Property cf
, the Carriichael &. Son Co.
One of Ocs.la's largest business
concerns charged" hands Saturday
when the Carnichael & Son Company
sold its saloon cn North Ms-nolla
street to Mr. John T. Moore, one of
the proprietors cf John T. Moore
Company's saloon on South Z'z-t.o-lia
street.'
Mr.' Moore was connected with the
Carmichael & Son Company up to a
year ago, when he purchased the
Strauss saloon property. He has
made quite a success cf the latter
plate, and with the large ftat?-wide
business of his last purchase will be
in a position ts do a much mere ex extensive
tensive extensive shippir g business than ever
before.
. For the present both houses will
operate as before, except that they
will both be under Mr. Moore's per personal
sonal personal supervision.
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line cf
stock feed coin, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasjs feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
LAKE WZIR W. C T. U.
The Lake Weir W. (?. T. U. held its
regular meetin.r Thursday aftemc-on
in the church. Opened the rervice by
singing Take My Life and Let It Ee
Scripture reading, CCth Psalm. Then
the -order cf business was taken cp
as follows: A rising vote of thank
to be sent to Mrs. G. V. AIberts.cn cf
DeLand. fdr ser.ding our union a nice
little "gift of white ribbon bcw. A
vote of thanks to be sent the Doug Douglass
lass Douglass brothers for furnishing- material,
for one -freezer of cream that vr- ?
sold at the bazaar. Also a vote cf
thanks to be sent to Mr. IL II. Ra?t
for furnishing the ice to freeze r.ll
the cream made and sell at the La La-zaar.
zaar. La-zaar. A report read from th-J bazaar
committee. Moved and carried to send
a request to the legislature ta vet
for the bill to create an instituticn
for wayward gills. Moved and car.!-: I
that this union send a letter cf f ym ym-pathy
pathy ym-pathy to Mrs. Newton on the death of
her husband. Mrs. Newtcn was crce
a member of cur union. Irs. Guth Guth-ery's
ery's Guth-ery's resignation as press -reporter
j I ; j tit-' .V' I ; '. .
social hour was conduct-! ty .I-Irs
Guthery- Roll call, answers, temper temperance
ance temperance editors. Subject cf le?o-i
"Cream from Union Sirr.al." i: .:h
member took pait in reading interest interesting
ing interesting articles, which closed the pro program.
gram. program. The meeting was adjourneJ to
meet in two weeks. Subject to I?
Mother's Meeting, by Mrs. Snook.
Mrs. Guthery, Press Cor.
WHOOPING COUGH
"When my dahter had whO'Cr-;-"
cough she couched so hard at cna tints
that she had herr.orrhace of the lur.s.
I was terribly alarmed ar-tat her c---dition.
Seeing Chambrrlain's C ';
Remedy so highly recon.n. .- !:2, I r t
her a bottle and it n!. Mit'if
at once. Before ths 1 1 i' : I t -bottles
of thi3 reme ly i ? s : t.r -ly
well, write? lirs. i". 2'. C :
Crooksville, Ohio.. Olt'ir.aLI
where. A dr.
Japanese baskets at Th Z-;?::.?
Company. 72 Z

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OCALA EVENIKO SfAfc MONDAY, MAY 10, 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
JTTINGER & CARROLIi,PROPRIETORS
B. IL Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Slanager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at'OcrVt. Fla., postofflce as second class matter.

SEVERE CENSURE

FOR OUR CITY

PHONE 51

(Domestic)
One year, m advance. . $5.00
Blx montfis, in advance. .... 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
Owmonth, in advance. .50

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
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(Foreign)
a n A A,

One year- in advance s.vu
Six month, In advance. . . 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. 80

Editor Star: When I sent my let letter
ter letter to the Board of Trade to you for
publication I did not flatter myself
with the idea that it would meet with
the approval of yourself, or, in fact,
any other resident of Ocala. The
trouble is, our points of view are so
radically different, in connection with
this subject of the interests of the
rural districts, that the average town

dweller's point of view is as that of a

j man in the bottom of a well. I could
I give you an even more suitable com

parison, but I don't want to cause of offense.
fense. offense. I seem to have done that al

ready.

You say that the

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Economy
Hints
A pnny saved Is
a penny arnL
Benjamin Franklin.

MARION COUNTY
" FAIR COMMITTEES

No use to talk about the end of the
war. It is more probable that it has
only begun.
Another attempt to obtain state
aid for the normal school at Madison
has failed in the legislature.
Principal Cassel3 of the Ocala high
school says he would be in favor of a
modei ate and discreetly administered
curfew law.

The deadly parallel columns prove

that Billy Sunday memorized one of
RnYr. Cl. Tnp-ersoll's addresses and

awvv
passed it 6ff as a sermon.

loss of his health he would have prob

ably made as high a name for himself

in state affairs as his father.

COURSE OF AMERICA

IN THE LUSITANIA CASE

The patience of the American peo peo-nle
nle peo-nle has not been so sorely tried in

many years as it is today. From the
most accurate accounts obtainable,

nr. nf our Deople, a number of them

economical wardrobe Is here
given for the. young girl who
follows in a modified degree the

fashions of her elders, mat
means for this year flaring skirt, short
or round waist, still some Jumpers al always
ways always a useful style for remodeling-old

impression that J frocksshort coats, usually belted for

Ocala is a vampire and a parasite is j the young girl, though Eton and bolero I Thomas Sexton

connned to a lew aisgrunuea ones in jackets are coming u we

each community. Now, I would ad- From three tojoree ana a nan jm

round is a good wiain ior me bkitc wi
a schoolgirl, which should reach to her
shoe tops. The excessive flare, often
seven and eight yards around, not only
takes more material, but means much
more sewing and Is far from girlish.

The skirts are not especially hard to

Buildings: DT E. M elver.
Executive: 2L C Chambliss, Chair Chairman;
man; Chairman; D. E. Mclver, Baxter Cam.

Finance: Baxter Carn, chairman;
L. K. Edwards.
Live Stock Exhibit : L. K. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, chairman; E. C Beuchler, O.
M. Gale, IL IL Whitworth, John
Mathews, J. R. Williams, Dr. S. IL
Blitch, S. T. Sistrunk.
. Agricultural Exhibits: Baxter
Carn, chairman; S. J. McCuIly, J. W.
Davis B. R. Blitch, J. W. Luff man
W. M.' Gist, Chas. B. Howell, J. T.
Rawls. Geo. IL 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,

vise you to stop and investigate be

fore making any more such state

ments. What you will learn will sur surprise
prise surprise you. You town folks are always
arcruincr aeainst us ordering from the

mail-order houses. Do you know how

Montgomery, Ward & Co., got their make, as they are kept rather close fit fit-start,
start, fit-start, as the supply house for that ting around the hlps and the flare Is
ih r.ranfTA? made by the cut. Often the-klrt is

What is at the bottom of all thoseUthered to the waist band, sometimes

movements of the farmers grange

the farmers alliance, the farmers

women and children, have been killed union, etc? I will tell you jt is the

i nA Wood for no other reason tyranny oi tne small towns.

than that they were passengers on a You say that Ocala comes up to
British boat. the average of county seats. If I
No respectable nation has in cen- were a resident of Ocala and couldn't
' . it.? r t.

turies been dealt such an injury pay anymuig uir m w.u. u.,

m .... v..t- tiwo aM,;iAn omrllntf renaration and. in that, I would keep silent. I always

ine gooa uuutv i r I r ; tw

boast was to be better than the aver-

the meek, for they shall inherit the default of reparation, aeoanng Mrr.
such an injury, we refer to

. , ,1 ff.Jl f i nualitv. for it age. If the present attempt at coun

jusi as rauci ux Aiv;cinn taiu iii ni9 rnfit liv .iirhfiv V. The collars may be at

. i i hjis .tteen centuries smw i im-vu M i - -
them in. I ILas . . K ei .i 1 fnhi r,r Hntnhlp- as Dreferred.

a t a . niAh or ininru i iipt ? re : mic ucvci lias uuuc ov 111 i

nation nas muicwu mam nf mnii k.

laid .in plaits, and some pretty girlish
models show the fullness held tn by
sbtrrings at the hip.
Tucks around the skirts are a favor-

Ite trimming. A girlish trimming is a
three Inch hem at the bottom of the
skirt with two three Inch tucks six
inches apart. '
For the separate waists three may be
of madras or lawn made on tailored
lines. Often the young girl makes all
her sport blouses over the "middy" pat pattern.
tern. pattern. .Both long three-quarter
sleeres are permissible, and the neck is

. I .. TIT. 1 X Ixnnlr- I IhO T CT

Vice President Marshall will be in upon anotner. ve nave vu ... tlste. dotted swlss or, far best of alL

He is on. a into the dark ages to hnd a parauei iu """ over lace In a girlish design of dot or

small flower of point d'esprlt.
A fine serge is the nicest thing for

a middy suit One of the cotton gowns
may be a middy in white kindergar

ten cloth, to which there may be' sev-

m li t T IT Its it.

ChuTua Trcuit -ad win address ca to anything but a pirate rinkto, and cnow the dmon, under
cnauiauqua i ki.J j..,sa merchant vessel and which the farmers labor; the advant-

an auuience ui me miiauoot "a"i ,-

school. leaving all on board to drown.

We have treated Germany

ages, the disadvantages. At present

with the disadvantages are in the major-

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.
Mn-rrh!H. &nl 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. H.
Blitch, IL.Schroeder, Mrs. George J.
Blitch, D. S. Cromartie, Mrs. J.x T.
Rawls, Mrs. D. Haskill, W. II. Shock Shock-ley.
ley. Shock-ley. Manufactures: John Taylor, T. I.
Arnold, Waldo Martin.

Negro Department: Jos 1 wuey,
chairman; Frank P. Gadson, W. P.
Wilson. iL D- Fred K. Powers. G. G.

Giles, secretary.
Superintendents
Horticultural Department: Chas. F.
Schneider.
Agricultural Department: Travis
W. Collier.
Live Stock: C G. Fraxier.
Poultry Department: E. C' Ben Bennett.
nett. Bennett. Domestic Department: Mrs. J. R.
Moor head.

Domestic Department (Negro):
Powers, and assistants.
Of Races: Charles Goddard.
-STOCK FEED

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jTpRY our Fresh Tleat it vIll
li : please yoiL Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
V
Also a fine line of Groceries.

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Ocala, Florida.

L2r vLgJ y vi 11 II LJ u jk v -i

Natcre and science combine to make it so. Every precautica is ta, a i

protect it from" contamination while it goes through the processes which r.-

Isult In a cube cf glistening goodress.

I Fall weight and satisfactory 'service go with this good Ice cf nvtr. Let u

have yoor custom we deserve it.

Oeala lee, 1 -FacZdiini

1

fnnnd after time, the farmers all over tne era. sets oi coiiars uu

auditor friendship and help in our embassies county have tried to ameliorate con-

.1.. i .t . 1 1 li. rr'

7p.. P. TWard so far has three justice and kindness. Her people m my, out mej are au removauie. x m.

opponents in his race for controller, lands of hostile nations have

Un? 'S 1.13 routes. We have Am har- Umons through ..the above mentioned

r R rwvnn rj refuge to her crippled cruis. organizations, but what advantages

; ers and honorable treatment to their tney may nave gamea.were noi. per

The sar congratulates the Florida crews, in spite of the fact that one of

Metropolis on its editorial of Sunday the said cruisers had sunk one of our
morning on the sinking of the Lusi- ships on the high seas and made pns-

tania. It expressed the Star's senti sentiments
ments sentiments exactly.

oners of its men. Other acts, too

numerous to mention, have shown our

good will to the German people and

TVi Mpw York World says, with this is the acKnowieogemenu

niWahlA truth: that John R. Lawson, In the smkmg or

several of bur

manent. There is only one remedy,

honest, cooperation between the
towns and the farmers. The town

can be a profitable member in the

scheme of affairs, or it can be a par parasite,
asite, parasite, and the average country town

is a parasite, drawing the very life-

blood from the surrounding country

K ships.and the death of Some

u c-nri Wn convicted of mur- citizens, we have already norne mucn

i i i j u cnnai- rtrlfroTTi German v- Derhans too much, i

aer, nas ueeu uiauc dw6 j ;

Colorado' justice. we nave possmiy iea oerma.,,,

other nations, to Deneve inai we win

rait Tnh has chane-ed the form bear anything rather than fight.

nf h TRhnre- Commercial and en- If we follow this policy much fur-

When I speak of farmers, I mean

the one and -two-horse farmers the

farmers who make their living by the

sweat of their own brows it is on

blue, another rose, a third white wltn
red or blue bandings or mercerized
braid. Another cotton gown may be
pink chainbray made without other
trimming than tucks. This Is good
either on jumper Unes to be -worn with
white gulmpe or with a single breast

ed blouse opening up the front, slight slightly
ly slightly V neck and worn with white all
over embroidery or embroidered linen
cuffs and cellars.
For the afternoon dresses lawn, dim dimity,
ity, dimity, dotted swlss. cotton voile, linen
though It wrinkles badly mull and ba batiste
tiste batiste are all good. For the silk foulard

or India silk give girlish results. Be
sure they 'are spot proof: better yet,
that they wash. "The suit may be of
serge, covert cloth or poplin. Soft

We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,

hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.

them that the ultimate prosperity of tones, are popular, but a : warm navy
our country will depend. It is not the Woe la the best choice for girl who

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. .. ... t-i V. ,J I Vist ttra will lnco II mir SCll-reSOeCX. I 10 ,i I. cr.wwl fmm Iflst Vfir

Jr ta the ophon of other nations it is the small farmer who goes in for Zttm-

un his Kck he will give Leesburg one descend to the level of China. staple crops who will count. Assist- new KUlt y of whlta for
up his lick, ne win gie leebuurg U1C mi ino- them to make srood need not be bMt wear. Thla dves well when It has

li" I i na i .liGirn ni 1 1 n li if F 1 1. w ill livj i. - w i

wcciuica in I i ?j i xv : n.9

onnViA war hetween America and Ger- 'ccompaniwi uy w ik

r hf it f vptv larfre link in a I etc.; there need be no trips to Wash

of the best-looking

state

At its Saturday session, the House chain' of circumstances that is likely ington no expensive Jobbing inTal-

passed a bill to prevent negro lawyers to bring on war. Today s dispatcnes

from practicing in Florida. Such a indicate that rresiaent wiison wiu ex
bill of course, is unconstitutional, press in positive terms the disapprov

on. TOQc! Anfn limit hours al of the United States of such a

X11C 11CAV U1U f v.. 1 . , j
. -i. -e lav manner of carrvine on war. 11 ne

OI worn. XOJT icumico vu J i
This very meritorious bill was killed, does so, his utterance will almost cer

tainly bring about a severance of dip-

I ... m

Two big JacksonviUe banks, the lomatic relations witn uermany, ana
State Bank of Florida and the At- when that is done one thing will bring
Mntlnnal Rank, have consolidat- on another until something happens"

j j latter in-1 that will cause one country or the

lahassee. It will not cost Ocaia a
cent; we always stand ready to. foot

the bills have to, anyway, whether
we want to or not.

Thanking you for the former cour

tesy, and hoping that you will eo con

tinue to favor me, I remain,
Yours truly, Arch. CuthilL
Martel, May 3, 1915.

WACAIIOOTA

I other to declare war. Whatever

SL1LULIUI1, OUU vi " I

ti,o At?ant,V Rank hnildinff. President Wilson says or may go in

W

behalf of America, ana numanuy.

A great many American papers are should have the united support of the

stating Germany's side of the case in American peopie.

thT T.ns?itania incident. Americans

and British are the only peoples in CROSBY STANDS UP

the world whose publications and
nnblic sneakers ever pay any atten-

Inn f fhe other side of the case in The

v any matter where national interest is has the following about Representa

involved.

Wacahoota, May 6. The weather j

is very warm and we. are needing

rain badly.
Messrs. C. M. Smith and son Ced Ced-rick,
rick, Ced-rick, accompanied Rev. George Hen Henderson
derson Henderson of Williston to Gainesville

FOR HIS COUNTY Tuesday d Aey were met by Rev

-hnQA1 the new orsrans for both

Tallahassee True Democrat churches at this place. Mrs. J. O. Iy

committee hut

been cleaned several times,

For the sport coat choose a light lightweight
weight lightweight tweed or one of the summer
weight chinchillas or wool mixtures.
These are more sensible than the linen
or fancy mercerized slik. and cotton
mixtures that are stylish, but do not

give enough protection after tennis

and other heating sports.

For the dancing dresses, which may

Include a graduation gown, mulls, em

broidered batiste, nets dotted, plain

or the new

ered organdies'are dainty, girlish and

Inexpensive. They are far nicer for

summer wear than crepe de chine, chif chiffon
fon chiffon or silks.

t We have the best 50c pound
I box Chocolates ever offered J
in Ocala. Each one-pound
box, contains from fifteen to
I eighteen varieties, including J
Nugatines, Cherries, Straw-
berries. Ginger, Raisins, Co-
Z coannts. Batter Toffee and
" Caramels.
m Fresh shipment just receiv-
l TFDsleF9s I

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SI 5,75

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Ji

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. llCKCiS on i--aj w

inc- Emi.ted to Jims 1 Cli

stop-over pnvZczts. For

rate, schedules, resr'
vstSbax, etc, call on

m.R.VJUiams

C. P. & T. A.

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ATLANTIC COAST LI I u

STANDARD RAILROAD OPTHH CCUT1I

lBl.7V.fO' "T

: Why ;

atlste, nets dotted, plain -y-i -.. O
;raquele patterns-or Cow- J JIiXP GxlIIlCIl L I
ies'are dslntv. trlrll&h audi

When you know
BOTTLED

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tive Crosby of Marion :

Representative Crosby, of Marion,

. ii i I f fnUlit wicf xri err YTkil

It is underst9od that tnere win dc -a
general change" of schedule on the fighters in the House. He is very
Atlantic Coast Line about May 15. much like the story concerning the
The Star continues to hear reports Japanese in his fighting qualities. As
that the morning and evening trains it is said of them, so it may be said
between Leesburg and Jacksonville, f him, "He never knows when he is
and the Ocala, Gainesville and Palat- whipped.". Yesterday he-led the fight
ka trains, will be laid off, but is una- in one of the most memorable new
ble to obtain any confirmation of the county contests the-state of Florida
reports from the railroad men. has ever known. Mr. Crosby fought
. the battle almost alone. He went
House bill No. 71, to provide for down in temporary defeat, time' and
the establishment of a bureau of la- again, but every time he came up
bor statistics, and the appointment of again with a new amendment for. the
a commissioner, has been killed in the consideration of the House.
House. It would have provided for Mr. Crosby never lost his patience
;o;rtn nf fnrtnries shoDS. etc or head, but with persistence and

j ij -Kn-a eofoiniarf, I snlendid dismity. he contended with

ana wuum u u. 1 .- ,
against bad sanitary conditions, child the overwhelming odds against him,
i w If was bad nolicv to kill it. for every inch of ground he lost, until

' : I finally the odds were too great to fur

u; intprm,ted as to the ther withstand, and he acquiesced in

romuulsorv education law, good grace, and began to sharpen his

-cMt Tlrinson ssid there weapons for the next conflict.

eirfWnhle mrortion of Ma- We do not mean to make the im-

was a. vviujiuv- 1

rion

irrnwin?

r

fW,wi..in mit of school'and pressidn that Mr. Crosby is a belli

in ignorance. There is gerent with his fighting clothes on all

MltSL, V-f I

..fx- i v. ne nia ir.Hs who ilon'tlthe time, but tnat he is a man, wno,

quite a uuiau x 1
herause their narents I when contending for what he

,v tu. and that thev are ceives to be right, or a principle, he

growing up into a bunch of regular is ready to fight till forced to the

Kt l street Arabs, anv man about I wan.

frrsim fan testifv.

OCALA WOULU UK U II

Alfred St. Clair Abrams, a well

f Tke Miuntv. died at Times-Union, May 9: At a good

1.11VV1M v-- mw w i
u? i.ra Tavares Fridav and roads meeting in Kissimmee yester

KnrJe. Saturdav in Everereen day, the so-called "Central Route

emeterv. in Jacksonville. Mr. was endorsed for the proposed Dixie

AViramss tras flftv vears of age and! highway into Florida. This, route

v, uact of Alexander St. would, start at Lake City, taking in

nan niv

n,;, AKrams. the well-known lawyer, Orlando, Gainesville, Ocala, Kissim

who was such a power in Lake county mee, Okeechobee City, Bartow, Ar Ar-x
x Ar-x i- ,tc Aifrl radia and then east to Palm Beach

pontics iwem.-iivc jcais. g. i

St. Clair Abrams had uvea in ixe auu euuiiig iui".

in4-TT n'reo he was a ten Year old

aA well known in Marion Give her a box of NORRIS' CAN-

county. He, was a man of much DIES the best made. The
ability, and had it not been for the) Pharmacy.

son was Non the committee dui was
prevented from going by the serious
illness of her little daughter. Jamie-

le. The new organs were broughs

out. Satnrdav and installed in the

! 1, M 1 ....I ant Tn 17 CI Wa

rendered at the Sunday afternoon ser

vices at the M. E. church. We espe-

iallv note the vocal duet by Mrs

" j z. : ..r

Shnpr and Miss ICawlS. Wltn JUiss

Rosalie Smith as oreanist.

Atiss Tvileta Rawls. one oi Mont-

hrook's most charming young ladies

arrived Wednesday and is the guest

of Miss Rosalie Smith.

Messrs. Neal Mathews and J. K.

Iarrison of Flemineton. were calling

at Mr. C. M. Smith's Thursday eve-

nine

Mr. and Mrs. lawrence i$ecK ana

ittle nephew of Fellowship returned

home Tuesday aaer several

visft. to. their daughter. Mrs. J. M

Smith.

Mrs. Josie McKinney of Alachua

arrived last Tuesday and is helping

nurse her little niece, Jamielee ly-

son. .

Misses Rosalie Smith, Mamie Gib-

hons and Loleta Rawls and Mrs

Shuler and Messrs. Willie White White-hurst,
hurst, White-hurst, Cedrick-Smith and Fred Gib

bons formed a jolly nshing party at

Grass Prairie .Saturday alternoon.

Kev. ueoree iienaerson ot

ton, filled his regular appointment

here Sundav afternoon. He was ac

companied over by his daughters

1irr.c RInwT onH I n 1 1 1 Onn !11SS

Mr. and Mrs. K. U Epperson ana
son oi Williston motored over Sun

dav and were miests of Mrs. T. W

Smith Sundav nieht.

Mrs. L. M. Smith entertained a few

friends at dinner Monday in honor of

her two daughters, Mrs. R. C. Epper

son of Williston and Miss loia

Smith, who has iust returned from

Madison.

Mr. Cedrick Smith and Misses

Rosalie Smith and Loleta Rawls were

shopping in Raleigh yesterday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pedrick of

Gainesville and Mrs. Isom of Spar

tanburg, S. C., were guests of Mrs

T. N. Smith Thursday.

Ladies Guaranteed I

i na sit i i

Will do the business

lose

We have hist received
a shipment of Ladies
"Buster Brown" Hose
3 Pair Guaranteed
For Three 'Months
AT

Ocala

Bottling Vorks :

Z PnONE 50

PER PAIR
This is the best prop proposition
osition proposition we have ever of offered
fered offered in silk hose.

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"Where You Will be
Treated Right." J

SOMTEETIOStEIlME

Jmxmm Xrtal CMmg.
Zter Tntfh mm4 Omttmn..
C4rtr rtttlac.
CrrCBt4 Awilaf.
Bkaw4 Metal Hn8.
HHml "Brtfk- KMtlmc.
InperUI Rlwt4 Cmtwwit.
Tipwtl BtOto m4 Cw.

Drd rip Md rtttlacm.

Court

tf

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

WILBUR W. C. SMITH

Funeral Director and

Embalm er

TkFiOAlHALFuCDBCTSCO.
JACKSOXVILXJC, rUL

Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
Supply Company

With
E. C JortUn & Co.
IFurmture and
Undertaker

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

219 WEST BROADWAY

h. ALEXABIDEfl
. PRACTICAL
CARPENTEIt AND BL1LDEH

Careful Eatimate liade a all Con-

frm't Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other

Contractor la th Gty.

Wife s

ML

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1 iraisSeiP S Smzzz

Teams For Rent liohtanrl Heavy III

PMOPJE'

203

Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight.
Furniture, Piano
and Safe.
Baggage Serrlce
the Dest.

;eil

Superior t I'la

or

gaatity or I'r-iNVUfHiATi:.

COLLIER BROSl, Propriclc:

4.

The Manarjement of IR. McCLM I
rlcfllcart Suroica!, Hy drop alii ic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving 01 the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to theZ. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's. stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fnlly Equipped and wlU ha Kca
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOVRSi 9 A.M. TO 4:30 P. M. .PHONE 333

JAMES COLEMAN

ED MATnEWS

11. D. JONES

OCALA PUBLIC GARAGE
Now Open and Completely Equipped and Solicits Your Easiness
We guarantee all work before it leaves the shop. James Coleman
will repair your motor cars in first class shape.
Our Ed Mathews is the best general blacksmith in the city. All
blacksmith work, wagon and buggy repairing, horse shoeing, etc.,
etc., quickly done and fully warranted. s
Call and see us. We do our own work, very light expenses, sr j
can give you cheaper prices than others.
South Second Street West
(Second store west of Metropolitan Bank Building)
OCALA - - FLOIUDA-

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OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, MAY 10, 1915

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

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for
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(If you have any items for this department, call pnone 106)

Buy a. wliole

Box. of oirr

good cl3.is

You "snend an hour in Havana" when you
smoke our cigars. We keep them in good condi condition.
tion. condition. This is why. our cigars have the right Taste.
Buy cigars by the box. You not only get a
lower price but you have them when- you want
them for yourself and friends ;
' When you want a good cigar come to us.-
4nti-Monopo!y Drug Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
"WE TAKE CARE"

Itie Commercid.

OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.

This is our
HOFFMAN PRESS

Manufactured for the pressing of y
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being j
heated by steam, it can not scorch, jf

I 111 it can not wear cr tear. Call and see jj'

Ocala Steam Laundry ?

Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.

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ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR

CMA EOHJSE

OCALA, FLORIDA
ENTIRELY REMODELED
R &TESS- 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
KLECTI1IC ELEVATOR SERVICE PHONES IN ALL ROOMS
LOUIS M. LONG, Prop.
The only Hotel on the Square

ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR

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For

Vour
Toilel
Table

"MILADY BEAUTIFUL" CAN FIND THOSE TOILET TOOLS SHE
DESIRES IN OUR STORE-MANICURE SETS, BRUSHES, MIRRORS.
'COMBS, HAIR COMBS. PINS-EVERYTHING.
WHENEVER YOU DESIRE JEWELRY FOR YOURSELF OR FOR
YOUR FRIENDS. COME. SEE0URS-Y0U WILL LIKE IT: YOU WILL
BUY IT: IT WILL PLEASE YOU AND THEM AS LONG AS YOU LIVE.
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
JL E. BURNETT
OCALA'S RELIABLE JEWELER

Thought for the Day
I do not ask for any crown
But that which all may win;
Nor try to conquer any world
Except the one within. Alcott.
mm

If I were hanged on the highest hill,

I Know whose love would lollow me

still

Mother o' mine, O mother o mine!
If I were drowned in the deepest sea,
I know whose tears woujd come down

to me.

Mother o' mine, O mother o mine!

If I were damned of body and soul.

I know whose prayers would make me

whole.

Mother o' mine, O mother o' mine!

Rudyard Kipling.
Woman's Club Meeting Saturday
On account of the inclemency of

the weather, the meeting of the Wom

an's Club was not called to order until
3:20 o'clock Saturday, May 8, with
the president, Mrs. C. R. Tydings, in
the chair.

Minutes of last meeting were read

and corrected.

Corresponding secretary reported

115 paid up members with promises

to pay up from several delinquents.
A resolution that no spiked punch
be allowed in the club house was
adopted.
The committee on the revision of
by-laws made report, reading sug suggested
gested suggested changes, which will be voted
on at the annual meeting.
Resolution was presented by Mrs.
Duval, requesting our senators and
representatives to send to the legis legislature
lature legislature a bill exempting from taxa taxation
tion taxation the property of all clubs through throughout
out throughout th state, organized purely for
benefit of the community and not for
purposes of profit. Adopted.
The president announced the next
regular meeting for May 15, to be
preceded by a board meeting.
Report of the May Day festival,
receipts and disbursements was read
by Mrs. CVW. Hunter in the absence
of Mrs. G. J. Blitch", chairman. Mrs.
Smith made a motion that Mrs.
Blitch and her committee be congrat congratulated
ulated congratulated and thanked for the magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent entertainment presented for the
pleasure of our entire community.
The motion received hearty approval
and passed with ah enthusiastic vote.
A letter to the civic committee from
J. D. McCall, principal of Howard
Academy, was read. lie acknowledg acknowledged
ed acknowledged the receipt of flower seed, stating
that same had been planted, that
clean-up week had been observed by
the school, he and the teachers sup supervising
ervising supervising the work. He thanked th.3
Woman's Club for the interest it had
taken in the school and in the ac accomplishment
complishment accomplishment of its work.
Mrs. Moorhead asked if. the club
wished' a demonstration from Miss
Mae Wells of Tallahassee, engaged in
extension work. It was decided not
to have her visit the Ocala club but it
was suggested that she be sent to
Belleview instead.
The corresponding secretary was
instructed to write a letter of con condolence
dolence condolence to Mrs. Strunk and Mrs.
Robertson.
The program for the afternoon was
in charge of the educational commit committee
tee committee with Mrs. W. D. Cam as chair chairman.
man. chairman. She then escorted to the plat platform
form platform Prof. Cassels, the speaker of the

ference of Charities and Corrections,
convening in Baltimore, May 12-19,
Mrs. J. W. McCollum, Gainesville,
Mrs. J.'W. Spratt, Mrs. A G. Cum Cummer,
mer, Cummer, Jacksonville, Mrs. Henry Wight,
Sanford, and Mrs. D. U. Fletcher,

Washington, D. C.
Miss Hall to be a Member of an At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta Wedding Party
Miss Beulah Hall of this city, now
a student at Brenau College and Miss
Carol Dean, a former popular visitor
to Ocala, are to be members of a
wedding party next month in Atlanta.
The bride-elect and several of her at attendants
tendants attendants are well known to the Ocala
Brenau contingent and of interest to
their friends will be the following
from the Atlanta American:
Miss Annie Lou Pagett has com completed
pleted completed the plans for her wedding to
Dr. Latimer Rudolph, which will take
place Wednesday evening, June 2, at
9 o'clock, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Bridges on Forest ave avenue.
nue. avenue. "Mrs. Russell Bridges will be her
sister's matron of honor and' the two
maids of honor will be Miss Mary
Blalock and Miss Carol Dean, of
Gainesville. Misses Mary Lucy Tur Turner
ner Turner and Marybel Hixon, of Americus,
will be bridesmaids. A group, of
young women will be ribbon bearers,
Misses Elizabeth Martin, Elizabeth
Silvey, Beulah Hall of Ocala, Fla.,
and Jessie Cox of Monroe.
Silver Tea
Delightfully informal and charm charming
ing charming was the silver tea given this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock at the at attractive
tractive attractive home of Mrs. C. S. Cullen by
St. Margaret's Guild.
Easter lilies and oleander blooms
composed the. principal floral dec decorations,
orations, decorations, and they were arranged
with pleasing effect, through the
rooms. Toothsome refreshments,
consisting of fruit salad, ice tea and
wafers were served by Misses Adele
Bittihger, Janet Weathers, Caroline
Harriss and Annie .Atkinson. Assist Assisting
ing Assisting in entertaining were Mr s. J. G.
Glass, Mrs. G.- T. Maughs and Miss
Minnie Gamsby. Vv
On account of the unsettled weath weather,
er, weather, the attendance was not as large as
it -would otherwise have been. r The
silver offering amounted to a neat
sum.
A Talented Musician
- Speaking of an, entertainment at
the Florida College for Women, the
Tallahassee correspondent "of the
Times-Union says:
"Miss Irma Blake, who so recently
proved her ability as a .pianist in a
graduation recital, gave in conjunc

tion with Miss McCaskill her recital
for a certificate in voice. Miss Blake
is a talented musician possessing an
excellent ear and remarkable mem memory.
ory. memory. While, piano is her -stronger
subject she evidenced in her recital a
knowledge of voice placing and voice
tontrol which was quite satisfactory."
The annual state picnic of the Unit United
ed United Daughters of the Confederacy will
be held this year in Tampa on May
25, with the Tampa chapter, of which

Mrs. A. H. Nprris is president. The

I-

occasion. The president asked Mrs.hostess chapter extends a very cordial

Try a Star W ant Ad. They bring results

Burford to take the', chair as she

wished to be excused.
The first number was a piano solo,
beautifully rendered by Miss Sidney

Harold.

Upon being asked to state the edu

cational value of each committee,

there was an interesting response
from the chairman or a proxy of
every committee, with one or two ex-i
ceptiohs.

Mrs. Burford introduced Prof. Cas

sels, who made a very fine address,
taking for his subject, "The Ideals
for our School." On account of the
limited time allowed him,, he dwelt
only on the need of extensive play

grounds and gymnasium apparatus,
with able instructors and director,

but also touched briefly upon other

needs of the well equipped school,

among them mentioning laboratories,

a library, musical department, draw drawing
ing drawing lessons from the primary grades
through the high school, a sufficient
teaching force with a teacher in each
department to whom backward and
delinquent pupils might be sent, a
commercial course and a night school.

The program was concluded with a

charming piano solo by Miss Mary
Gates.

Upon adjournment of the meeting.

the social half -hour was enjoyed with
Mrs. W. D. Cam and Mrs. Whitley as
hostesses.

The tomato club report was to have

been given but Mrs. Moorhead's re request
quest request to give it at a later meeting
was granted.
In the absence of the secretary,
Mrs. E. T. Helvenston acted as sec secretary
retary secretary pro tem.
Miss Hallie Ley, who has had
charge of the kindergarten depart department
ment department of the English Classical School
in Tampa, has just closed her second
successful year in this school and is
at home for the vacation period with
her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ley.

Upon urgent solicitation, Miss Ley is

considering the opening of a model
kindergarten school in Orlando this
winter. Orlando- Reporter-Star.
Mrs. W. S. Jennings, president of
the Florida Federation, has appoint appointed
ed appointed as delegates to the National Con-

invitation to all Daughters and mem members
bers members of the Children of Confderacy
chapters to attend. The picnic will
be held in the Tampa Bay hotel
grounds.

Miss Eilen Leigh has returned .to

her home in Jacksonville after a de delightful
lightful delightful visit to her brother, Mr.

Samuel Leigh and wife.
'

Mrs. tngene jox oi Atlanta is
convalescing from an operation for

appendicitis, which she underwent

last week at a hospital in. that city.

Dr. Sylvan McElroy of Orlando,
son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. John Do Do-zier
zier Do-zier of this city, has been appointed

city physician by the Orlando city
commissioners. The examination of

children, in the schools is among the
questions that will be enacted into

municipal law.

Miss Ru).h. Nelson and Miss Ger

trude cornisn, two popular young

Tampa girls, well known in Ocala,
were members of a jolly houseparty
enjoying the week-end at Fort Dade,

the guests of the officers in charge
and their wives.
-
Mrs. T. C. Luckie and Miss Rena
Smith left this afternoon for a visit
to Tampa, where they will be guests

for a few days of Miss Smith's fis-
terMiss Rebecca Smith.
m m m
Friend3 of W. V. Knott, guberna gubernatorial
torial gubernatorial candidate, will be interested in
learning that Mrs. Knott, who has
been -an inmate of Cattle Creek San Sanitarium
itarium Sanitarium for six months, has returned
to their home in Tallahassee much im improved.
proved. improved.
At the Junior Epworth League ser service
vice service yesterday, the following child children
ren children were received in the Methodist
church: Sarah Rentz, John and Ed

ward Cook, J. W. Crosby, Jr., Claude
Barnett and James Brinson.

Misses Mary and Ethel Seymour
retu"ned today from a week-end trip

to Tampa.

Regarding Environment.
A study of sound educational princi principles
ples principles shows that the greatest perils as
well as the greatest opiKrtunities pr pr-feut
feut pr-feut tnemselves largely during ABC
tge and that therefore a careful study
must be made of all requirements when
proridiug m child' environment.
Specialist point out that at -the start
every child Is greatly handicapped.
Therefore be should be so nourished
that every imrt of him works with a
minimum amount of friction. We must
rid ourselves of the idea that the
youngest cni:d 5Cirea the teacher of
the least ability and skllL This is a

viciously harmful idea. If children are

wisely directed In the beginning there

will be less cause for complaint after

ward, less cause for men like Herbert

Spencer lo-condemn the method upon

which the advancement of nhe com

munity rests.

Segruln tells us tnat we must educate

the study of the senses, train the fac

ulty of speech, the art of reviving.

storing and expressing impressions.

which is the natural gift of infants.

and then we shall not need books to

fill up the emptiness of our teaching
until the child is at least seven yearn

old.

If the education of the senses Is neg neglected
lected neglected all after education partakes of
a haziness, an Insufficiency, which It Is
Impossible to cure. Here, then, is a
chain of reasoning that mothers and
teachers of the very young child can cannot
not cannot escape. Examine the Montessori
plan or nillyers or any one of the
methods based upon the fundamental
principles advanced by Froebel, Se-guln-Mndeed
by educators that reach
back to the beginning of all things
and you will find In every Instance that
the greatest reliance Is placed upon
the sense training accompanying these
methods. These Btudents of education
grasped the underlying principles and
then worked out their own methods
for action.
Night Terrors Ars Serious.
Night terrors are due to fault in the
nervous system which makes it easily
excited by any slight irritation, even
though that -irritation be in some re remote
mote remote part of the body. The child
awakens suddenly with. violent scream screaming
ing screaming and' gives abundant evidence of
great fear. This may be repeated
night after night or at less frequent
Intervals. Night terrors usually attack
children between the ages of three and
eight years, and in nearly every In Instance
stance Instance the attack comes on within two
or three hours after the child has re retired.
tired. retired. The face of the child shows the ex extreme
treme extreme terror which be is In. nia eyes
"are widely opened and generally fixed
upon oq6 object. Sometimes a clew
is given to what frightened the child

by his crying out the name of the

thing or person. During the attack the
child, will cling to others for protec protection.
tion. protection. This period of extreme terror
lasts usually only a few minutes, but
it may be prolonged to nealy half au
hour. Following this is a period dur during
ing during which the child recognizes persons
and his surroundings, but for a con considerable
siderable considerable time he remains In a state
of mild fear and dreads to be left
alone.
Night terrors should never be allow allowed
ed allowed to continue untreated. They are
indications that there Is a serious fault
in the nervous system, and this should
receive the most careful and thorough
consideration.
American Toys.
To take the place of The lead soldier
made in Germany One firm has made
a steel soldier very durable. and quite
neutral, his breeches Magyar, his coat
English, his helmet German. He is
cheap, too. the little set of. fifteen In Infantrymen
fantrymen Infantrymen and tree cavalrymen cost costing
ing costing 25 cents as against the price for the
Imported pewter set of soldiers of si.
The sale of the paper and wooden sol soldier
dier soldier has gone up from the rate of
3.000.000 a year before the war to
5.000.000 since.
The sales of toy shotguns have also
increased. In one Arm the employees
have been increased from GO to ISO.
and they work In day and night shifts.
This firm made not only guns, but war
games. Their history Is interesting be because
cause because It is so recent. They are an

adaptation of the peaceful map game

madeby the firm before the war. a
game of the shortest routes for parcel
post or a game to be won by locating
the capitals of the states or by namlnx
rivers and har!r.

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ocala Evening staK, sionday, may 10, 1915

OCALA OCCURENCES I
i

K. of P. meet tonight.
Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Board of Trade meets Wednesday
evening.
Buy your drugs from Ceng's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the best always. 4-27-tf
Mr. George Rentz has purchased
from Mr. John Martin his Cadillac
car.
Subscribe for your favorite maga magazines
zines magazines at The "Murray Company. 7-3t
i : :
Mr. Arch Mcintosh returned Satur Saturday
day Saturday from a several days' visit to Mr.
W. O. Massey at Lake Weir.
Runaway June, 15c at The Murray
Company. 7-3t
The Summerfield baseball team has
requested Mr. J. J. Gerig to umpire
the ball game tomorrow.
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
Mr. J. D. McCaskill came home
Saturday afternoon from Wildwood
to spend Sunday with his family Mr.
McCaskill is busy erecting an ice
plant at Wildwood.
1 Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
SHEET MUSIC! If its published,
we have it or can get for you. LAT
TNER'S Piano Store. 4-21-tf.
Rexall Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
.Malcolm Williams has not yet
found a fitting name for Maude W's.
daughter. The little horse is a most
pretty and sprightly colt and gives
promise, of speed when she grows up.
W. K. Lane, M.-D., Physician and"
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.
The ingenuity and thrift of Mr. N.
A. Fort of the Marion Furniture Co.,
has been shown in the signs he has
put on the public highways recently,
They are lathing more than third-
handed bedsteads painted white, bear
ing the company's name, but they
suggest promptly the most necessary
article in a home.
If you -want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
Dr. Alderntan, president of South South-erland
erland South-erland College, will be a prominent
visitor next Sunday, occupying the
pulpit in the Methodist church for
both morning and evening services.
t
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
The heavy rain of Saturday night
banked up the usual amount of floods
and quagmires in the territory -which
is turned into a swamp by the inter
ruption of South Fourth street. That
part of town ; will always be more
than half spoiled until the city cuts
the street thru from Sanchez to
Watula.
Mr. J. K. Davant, of. Brooksville,
is in the city attending the circuit
court in his professional capacity.
Mr. "Sloman Moody of Mulberry,
was in the city yesterday on his way
to Lake Weir for a visit to his moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. A. .H. Moody. Sloman is a
former Ocala boy and notes with
, much pleasure the constant improve improvements
ments improvements of his home town. :r"
There was a heavy rain Saturday
night, accompanied with wind and
lightning. The rain was very wel welcome,
come, welcome, but the wind blew down a
great deal of timber in the country
roundabout.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
with more than one registered phar pharmacist.
macist. pharmacist. 4-27-tf
Mr. C. M. Cam was in town today,
and reported good rains all xver the
Reddick region. He says the storm
seemed to have been very violent be between
tween between Lowell and Ocala.
County Judge Smith has issued
marriage licenses to Mr. D. L. Boone
and Miss Ella Pittman, to Mr. John
H. Koon and Miss Alma Smitheram.
Mr. E. A. Duncan of Hickory, N.
C, is in the city for a few days in
the interest of the Home Canner Man Manufacturing
ufacturing Manufacturing Co. Marion, county has
won the distinction of being the lead leading
ing leading county in the state in canning
club work and all th'e canner manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers are anxious to place their
product in this district. Mr. Duncan
is quite positive that he handles the
best canner on the market".

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.
May 1 .......88 64
May 2 .93 C2
May 3 89 62. ..
May 4 87 66
May 5 85 71
May 6 92 58
May 7 .....94 .68
May 8 86 72
May 9 80 66 2.18
Local Forecast
Unsettled with showers tonight or
Tuesday....-,-, -
SHATTERED THE SHRUBBERY
Some of the streets are fairly car carpeted
peted carpeted this morning with twigs and
leaves torn from the trees by Satur Saturday
day Saturday night's stcrm. A good many
larger brancehs were also torn 'off,
Dr. J. M. Gross leaves tomorrow
for Key West, where on next Sunday
he will deliver the commencement
sermon at the Ruth Hargrove Insti Institute,
tute, Institute, and assist at the dedication cer ceremonies
emonies ceremonies of the new Methodist church.
He will go to the Island City via the
all rail route down the east coast.
After several days of sickness,
Postmaster Rogers is able to be out
again, to attend to business and
greet his friends.
We want you to step in and see our
line of FOUNTAIN SYRINGES and
water bottles, all prices. The Court
Pharmacy. tf
Rev. J. P. McMillan returned to
Gainesville this morning, having fill filled
ed filled his weekly appointment yesterday
at the Presbyterian church. He will
make his final visitation to the Ocala
church next Sunday.
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
LAME BACK
Lame back is usually, due to rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back with Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere.
Advertisement.
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. .Phone 300. tf
Did you say BATHING CAPS?
Well, we have .the prettiest line you
ever saw. The Court Pharmacy, tf
,
HOW MRS HARROD GOT RID
OF HER STOMACH TROUBLE
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everything I heard
of, but the only relief I got was tem temporary
porary temporary until last spring I saw Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and pro procured
cured procured a bottle of them at our drug
store. I got immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pain in the stomach," writes
Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort Wayne, Ind
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAlr
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O.'E. S.,
meets at Yonge'u hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of. each
month at -730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs, Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA iiOBGE HO. 2Sfl, B. P. O. E.
. i
Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the .second and fourth "Buesday eyen eyen-ings
ings eyen-ings in each' month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. WillUms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 6yy, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. ro.
Visiting brethem always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near .postoffice.
R. S. Rogers, Dictator.
ODD FELLOWS
TuKIa Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to vlsitlnf
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
V. L. Colbert Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. m., 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, IX. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ooala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake R'oarn, Secretary.
OcALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Temple Lodge NoJ 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.

MOTHER'S MEETING TOMORROW

There will be a mother's meeting at
the' home of Mrs. G. D. Washburn, in
North Ocala tomorrow afternoon at
3:30, and the following prog-am has
been prepared for the occasion:
Song, "America.
Scripture reading by Mrs. Robert,
Bridges.
"Ways of Reaching Children," by
Mrs. Cowdrick.
"The Child in General," by Mrs. Ed
Smith.
Reading, selected, by Mrs. T. E. t
Bridges.
Discussion, "Should Children Al Always
ways Always be Given a Reason Why, led by
Mrs. G. W. Martin.
HOT WATER TANK FOR SALE
A large, new, galvanized hot water
tank and connections for kitchen
range. Apply,.at Star office tlh-tf
There was a shooting scrape across
the river Sunday. Grady Reynolds
went to the Lynne postoffice and ask asked
ed asked for his mail, which .wis refused
we are -informed, because he went out
of hours. An altercation followed in
which Reynolds was shot in one leg
by Addison Hicks, son of the post postmaster.
master. postmaster. Reynolds was brought to
the hospital and several buckshot ex extracted
tracted extracted from his leg. He is not ser seriously
iously seriously hurt. No arrests have been
made. The two young men are
cousins.
Ocala was in a critical situation
for a while last Friday. afternoon and
evening. One of the engines at the
pumping station broke down, and
before it could be repaired, the other
also went out of business.' For a lit little
tle little while, the southeastern part of
town had no. water,' and had a fire
broken out great loss might hnve'fol hnve'fol-lowed.
lowed. hnve'fol-lowed. Superintendent Campbell
worked hard to repair the damage, in
which he was aided by Mr. Meffert.
If it hadn't been ,that the foundry
was able to repair a broken part, the
city would have been without water
for days. This emphasizes the neces necessity
sity necessity of going ahead as fast as possi possible
ble possible with the new water and electric
plant.
FOR SALE
. One of the most desirable lots in
North Ocala. Will take as part pay payment
ment payment 1 horse and buggy. Animal
must be young and perfectly gentle
so that any lady can drive in perfect
safety. Apply ,W. II. McConn.. Mon.
Wed. Thur. lm.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR ."RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LOST Somewhere near Court Phar Phar-.macy
.macy Phar-.macy or M. & C. bank, a silk urn-
m brella,. curved handle, gold tipped.
Two. dollars to any one returning
to -Star office. 5-8-3t. ;
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 itr light housekeeping. Ap Apply
ply Apply 614 Adams ctreet, phone
494. 5-6t
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 rooms in residence next
-to the Colonial; also for light
. nousekeeping. Tnquire at the Co
" loniai; 7-tf
ROOMS & BOARD Four large front
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-lmo.
FOR SALE Large wnite chrysan chrysanthemum
themum chrysanthemum plants, 30 cents per dozen.
Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
, street. 4-7 tf.
FOR SALE 25,000 .sweet potato
slips at $1.50 per thousand. C. Y.
' Miller, Ocala, Fla., 104 Tenth
street. 5-10-tf
FOR RENT Ten room furnished
house on Lake Weir; fine beach for
fishing, bathing and boating; on
hard road. Inquire of Mrs. Nold
at Dormitory. 10-3t
FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping;
keeping; housekeeping; table board near by if de desired.
sired. desired. Mrs. R. L. Martin, Lake
Weir. 10-6t
WANTED Work, by a young wom woman,
an, woman, able to fill position as cook or
chambermaid. Applicant is deaf and
dumb, but is quick and capable, and
lias had special training in the ttate
sehool at St. Augustine. Anybody
who needs her services please notify
Dr. or Mrs. E. Van Hood, dh tf
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, Chaoin, S. C. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

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Mrs. G. K. Williams, who is spend spending
ing spending this week at Lake Weir, came up
this morning and returned on 'the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon train.
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer,
who are domiciled in the J. M. Neely
house at North Lake Weir for the
summer, were morning visitors.
Mrs. L. P. Wilson and young son,
who have been visiting Mrs. Wilson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
Walker, in Barnwell, S. C-,-for six
weeks, will return' home tomorrow.
Miss Beatrice Weinecke, who has
been the popular guest of Miss Hes Hester
ter Hester Dewey for several weeks, left
today for Gainesville for a brief visit
before returning to her home in
Jacksonville.
Older residents will be interested
in learning that Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
II. Haley of Clearwater, who for so
many years resided in Ocala, cele celebrated
brated celebrated yesterday their fiftieth wed wedding
ding wedding anniversary.
Miss Frances Stark returned to today
day today from a short visit to relatives. at
Durvnellon and is the guest for a
week of Mrs. J. II. Taylor, before
leaving for-her home in, Abbeville, S.
a
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. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goddard are
receiving "the congratulations of
friends upon the birth of a sweet lit little
tle little daughter Sunday morning. The
little lady has been given the name
Martha Elizabeth for her paternal
grandmother and mother.
A lovely picture of Miss Rosella
Martin, a pretty Jacksonville girl,
who will in June wed Mr. Walter Lid Lid-dell,
dell, Lid-dell, a popular Marion county boy
now residing in 'Jacksonville, graced
the society page of Sunday's Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. Mrs. Gay Livingston and son, Mas Master
ter Master Gay Livingston, Jr., and the for former's
mer's former's 'mother Mrs. J. W. Pearson,
arrived Saturday from Kissimmee for
a ten day's Hjt to friends, Mrs. Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston and son with Mrs. I. F. Ben Bennett
nett Bennett and Mrs Pearson with Mrs. E.
77. Redding rand other' friends. It is
Master Livingston's. first visit to the
former home of his j motherland
grandmother, and with them is re receiving
ceiving receiving a cordial welcome.
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Mrs.,C. L: Gamsby leaves Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday for- Chattanooga, to .join- Mr.
Gamsby. They have leased a fur furnished
nished furnished flat and will make that city
their home for probably a '-year, or
longer. Their attractive home in
this city on;Wenona street has been
leased for a year by Mr.L. M. Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, who with "his family will take
possession' Saturday.
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It will be' gratifying news to the
many friends here and elsewhere of
Capt. and Mrs. S. R. Pyles 'to'leaTi
that after a 'long continued and "ser "serious
ious "serious illness he was able to leave the
Marion County Hospital this morn morning,
ing, morning, where he has been for many
weeks. Mr. Pyles is now at his pret pretty
ty pretty country home and it is the sincere
wish of everyone that he will rapid rapidly
ly rapidly regain, his strength and be entire entirely
ly entirely well.
,
Miss Louise Booe was hostess last
evening to a pretty informal dinner
party, entertaining in honor of her
week-end house guests, Misses Bob Bob-'bie
'bie Bob-'bie Baldwin, Alberta and Mary Flew Flew-ellen,
ellen, Flew-ellen, Violet Oakman and Helen Rae
of Mcintosh. "Covers were laid for
fourteen. The other guests included
Messrs. William Christian, Orvil
Ray, Banks Flewellen, Clark Oak Oak-man,
man, Oak-man, Claude Sanders of Mcintosh;
the hostess parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
H. Seymour, and Mr. Fred Lansford. Lansford.-The
The Lansford.-The young men from Mcintosh were
accompanied home by the coterie of
young ladies who greatly enjoyed
their short visit in the city.
The reading club will meet tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with
Miss Tommy Abernathy at Mrs.
Hetrick's.
Mr. N. I. Gottlieb, "alter spending
Sunday with his family, returned to
South Florida today.
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Mrs. C. L. McClish is recovering
from her recent iflness and is able to
be out again.
Mrs. James E. Johnson left this
afternoon for a few days' visit to her
sister, Mrs. Robert Sales in Tampa.-
Mrs. A. J. Brigance was here today
from Micanopy between trains, shop shopping
ping shopping and shipping the rest of their
household goods. .Mrs. Brigance says
they are very much pleased with
their new home.
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Miss Victoria Raysor is having a
pleasant visit with friends in Laur Laurens,
ens, Laurens, S. C.
Master Hardy Croom has been
quite sick for the last two or three
days, but is somewhat better this
afternoon.
Mrs. Chas. L. Moore has returned
from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. E.
C. Staley, at Palmetto.
The sewing circles enjoyed pleas pleasant
ant pleasant meetings this afternoon, the Bap-,

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tist at the home cf Mrs..J. B. Carlisle,
the Christian with Mrs. R. B. Bow Bowers,
ers, Bowers, the Methodist with Mrs. S. W.
Igou. The hostesses at the close of
the meetings served tempting re refreshments.
freshments. refreshments. On account of the busi business
ness business meeting of the Ladies Aid So Society
ciety Society of the church, the Presbyterian
sewing circle did not meet.

IN THE WORLD OF
- SPORT- -T

Lee Magee, Manager of the
Brooklyn Federals.
Photo by American Preaa AasocUfJon.
Lee Magee, manager cf the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Federal league club, played Last
season with the St. Louis Nationals.
Last winter he Jumped to the Feda,
and. Owner Ward put him in charge of
the team. Magee Is the youngest man manager
ager manager In any of the big leagues. Ills
real name Is Leo lloernachemejer,
and a few years ago he was assistant,
ground keeper at the Cincinnati ball
x?'xK Practicing with the p Layers ev every
ery every morning, he developed Into a very
clever player, and soon he was In the
National league. Ma gee's position is
second base. Lee Is a rather hot head headed
ed headed youngster, and In the first cham championship
pionship championship game at Brooklyn he was put
out of the game, and fined $50.
Lightweights a Poor Lot.
"The poorest lot of lightweights in
the history of the ring grace It now,"
says Frank Erne,, former: lightweight
champion. 1 don't like .Walsh at .alL
I never saw (Nelson, but I'm.-sura, that
Wolgast could-- have whipped: him at
sry stag of his career. 1 didn't go to
seo7 Slrngrne or White because they
are so poor that It would be wasting
an evening. 1 think Elbows McFad McFad-den.
den. McFad-den. Dal II aw kins, Lavlgne or Spike
Sullivan could have cleaned them all
up one by one.
MJoe Cans was a master. He could
feint you Into any position he pleased,
leaving you easy prey to, a solid punch,
hard because it was so uneipecttd' lis
was .the master hitter. Yon perhaps
hare seenna. impromptu battle In a
caffu- A man.wlli.be hit,: sanding txica
across the room, r That i man mraxn't
hlt he was pushed.: Another mam will
swing and the other-fellow r will go
flying sideways to the wall. Not a
punch. He was pulled around. When
Gans hit you you didn't move out of
your tracks. You Jujt crumpled dead
to the floor. New York Sun.
Griff Will Dovslop Youngsters.
That the days of buying ban players
at big figures are almost at an end Is
generally conceded. Manager Griffith
of the Washington Americans already
has declared himself on that proposi proposition,
tion, proposition, lie says his players hereafter
will come from the lots and remote
leagues and he will develop them him himself.
self. himself. No longer will be recommend the
club to dig down in its Jeans for the
purpose of spending Itf money for tal talent
ent talent only a small percentage of which
ever makes good.
The satisfactory proposition about
developing players is that they are
usually very young when they reach
the stage when they can be used regu regularly
larly regularly and' consequently last for years,
not necessitating the output of addi additional
tional additional money from time to time.
English Golfers to Visit America.
Although it was rumored that none
of the English .professional golfers
would visit America this year, it seems
to be a certainty that, in addition to
Harry Vardon. who has decided to
play here, at least three or four others
will come over in time to take part in
the open tournament at Baltusrol,
Short Hills, N. J-, next June. Edward
Ray, James Braid. George Duncan and
J. n. Taylor are expected to make the
trip, and their coming will be welcom welcomed
ed welcomed by golfers everywhere in this coun country,
try, country, where the game is making wonder wonderful
ful wonderful progress.
Yale-Harvard Boat. Races.
The chairman of the committee of ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the Yale-Harvard re regatta
gatta regatta has announced that tbs varsity
eight oared race will be rowed op
stream on the Thames river between
4:30 and 5 p. m. on Friday. June 23.
The morning race, which will start
shortly sfter 10 o'clock, will be either
a four oared event or one Cf substitute
freshman eights and will be from Red'
Top to the navy yard. The regular
freshman eight race will be from 'the
navy yard to the drawbridge.
Herzog Optimietio.
Manager Herzog of the Cincinnati
Reds says his team Is the best Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati has had since 1UOH. All that he
needs now, he thinks, to malte sure of
the first division is one more star pitch pitcher.
er. pitcher. Herzog says his players sre all
hustlers and hitters. Charley Dooin
and Tommy Leach have aided the team
greatly.
SEE Tills FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every -day with
fresh vegetr jles, milk and eggs, tf

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12 rCilTRUS EXCIrrlvrv

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The citrus production, of Florida is increasing
by leaps and bounds. Demand must be made to keep
pace:with the increasing supply.

There is just one way by which to make markets
for the coming citrus crop of Florida by intellig ent
advertising to develop wider use of our oranges raid
grapefruit.
. The Florida Citrus Exchange foresaw present
conditions some years ago and began to plan for
taking care of the future. It has been the only ag aggressive
gressive aggressive force in the work of increasing the.damand
for Florida oranges and grapefruit.
There have been remarkably good. results consid considering
ering considering the limited amount of money the Exchange
has had for this educational work. It has been prov proven
en proven that there may be made ample demand at good
prices for all fruit in the state. Join the Exchange

P CITRUS jSTgra-EAIVf

TEMPLE THEiiTER
PROGRAM

(WEEK BEdlNNIKG. .MAY 10th.)

MONDAY
Lillian Russell
"WILD FIRE

A Shubert Feature in five acts.
Admission, from 3:30 to G p. mn 5 and 10 cents; from
6.00 to 10:30 p. ni 10 and 20 cents.

TUESDAY

Third Episode of
-EXPLOITS OF ELAINE"
In Two Reels.
THE BELATED HONEYMOON"
Lubin- Comedy, Featuring Arthur Johnson.
THE QUALITY OF MERCY"
Vitagraph Drama, featuring Edith Story.
V Admission, from 3:30 to 10:30, G and 10 cents.

WEDNESDAY

-SPIRIT OF VIOIN"
Selig Two Reel Drama,
TIIE HOMECOMING OF HENRY" t
Vjtagraph Comedy, Featuring Sidney Drew.
"A ROMANCE OF THE NIGHT"
S. & A. Drama, featuring Ruth Stonehouse and
Travers.
"GETTING RID OF NEPHEW"
Biograph Comedy. c :
Admission, from 3:30 to 10:30, 5 and 10 cents.

THURSDAY

"A NIGHTS ADVENTURE"
Lubin two-reel drama.
"THE LADY KILLER"
Selig Comedy.
"BRONCHO BILLY AND VIGILANTES"
S. & A. Drama.
"THE FATES AND FLORA FLOURISH"
Vitagraph Comedy, Featuring Clara Kimball Young.
Admission, from 3:30 to 10:30, 5 and 10 cents.

FRIDAY

"RUNAWAY JUNE"

"nER HUSBAND'S SON".
Edison drama in two reels, featuring Gertrude McCoy.
"A nORSE OF ANOTHER COLOR"
S. &. A. Comedy. a : v: 3Tt"-lH: T
Admission from 3:30 to 10;30, 5 and 10 cents.

SATURDAY

"THE WRONG GIRL"
' Vitagraph Comedy, featuring Wally Van (Cutie)

"SCARS"
Selig Drama.

"TOE FURNACE MAN"
Lubin Comedy featuring Ethel Clayton.
Admission, from 3:30 to 10:30, 5 and 10 cents.
TEMPLE ORCHESTRA

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rooms two blocks frcm courthouse;
lights and water furnished; bath
connected; rates reasonable. Call
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Put Worry Aside.
He only Is rich who owns th? d:ty;
.Ef,.no one owns tba dzy v L o l!'
A aj be Invaded -mlfJi worry f r. i fret
mi anxiety. Emerson.

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