OCALA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, M AY 12, 1915
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
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GUTS AND LIVES
llSOil'S; NOTE TO THE GEHAfl GOIfERIIMENT OPEfIS A
;shiagton7Niay 12. President
n today virtually completed the
rdte he will send GerriT&oy as a re
sult' of the sinking of the Xusitania.
It ask3 Germany for an accounting
for a series of violations of American
rights in the war zone, not only finan financial
cial financial but moral, and a guarantee that
there will be no repetition of unlaw unlawful
ful unlawful practices by German submarines.
STATEMENT FROM THE
Following is the statement-regarding
the Lusitania marie public at th
White House today by Secretary Tu Tumulty,
multy, Tumulty, after a conference with the
"The course of the president has
been determined. It will be an announced
nounced announced just as soon as proper to
publish the note now in preparation,
The note will be sent Ambassador
Gerard at" Berlin, either late today or
early tomorrow, for transmission to
i& German government.
rid the president realizes
gravity of the meaning in
andJsprepared for any
ji the note does not say exact exact-ifat
ifat exact-ifat course the "United States will
jifow in case of Germany's refusal,
eventual severance of diplomatic re
lations is declared not impossible in
A LONG SERIES OF WRONGS
Wfhile no official announcement has
been made it was learned that the
United States would insist upon the
explanation of a series of incidents
including the sinking of the Falaba,
the torpedoing of the steamer Gulf Gulf-light
light Gulf-light and the sinking of the Lusi Lusitania.
tania. Lusitania. It is said the president voices
the intense feeling of the United
States over the happenings and in
the name of international law de demands
mands demands Germany's adherence to the
established rules of maritime war warfare.
fare. warfare. He will act promptly demand demanding
ing demanding the guarantees of the German
government circular to neutral coun countries.
tries. countries. Assuming the responsibility
and promising reparation for damage
in the war zone to neutral vessels
will not effect the president's deter deter-.
. deter-. mined course!
President Wilson yesterday listen listen-.
. listen-. ed to-, the expressions of members of
the cabinet on the policy they believ believed
ed believed the United State 3 'should adopt
as a result of the sinking by a Ger Ger-rnarf"orpedo
rnarf"orpedo Ger-rnarf"orpedo of the British liner Lus Lus-itama,
itama, Lus-itama, with a loss of more than one
hundred American lives.
The WTiite House staff is busy with
a deluge of messages almost unpre unprecedented
cedented unprecedented in magnitude. Telegrams al almost
most almost unanimously expressed confi confidence
dence confidence in the president in the present
crisis, and while most of them ex expressed
pressed expressed a desire that something be
done to show the indignation of the
United States over the sinking of the
Lusitania, many strongly opposed a
recourse to war.
AMERICA MUST TAKE SOME
Chicago, May 12. Jacob M. Dick Dickinson,
inson, Dickinson, secretary of war under Taft,
issued a statement last night saying
he had great ; confidence in the pres!-
dent and believed that he would not
only sustain our national dignity, but
will exhaust all possible means con consistent
sistent consistent with our national dignity be before
fore before committing the country to war.
"It is not likely that Germany will
disavow her purpose to destroy the
Lusitania with the full knowledge of
the fact that this involved many
American lives. In view of the result
warning will be given by our govern government
ment government to Germany that some proper
action must be taken or the American
government will incur the contempt of
OF OUR PEOPLE 1
LEAD TO WAR
the world and the contempt of a vast
number of its own j.ople."
Mr. Dickinson added that if war
comes it should only be upon the con
dition that we are clearly in the right.
OF THE GRAND JURY
Ocala, Fla., May 12, 1915.
To the Hon. W. S. Bullock, J:idge of
the Fifth Judicial Circuit:
We, the grand jurors, sworn and
empanelled at this, the sprin;; term,
of the circuit court in and tve Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, A. D. 1915, hav having
ing having completed our labors, beg to sub submit
mit submit this, our final'presentment:
We have investigated a great many
cases, and have made true bills only
in those cases where we thought the
evidence would justify a conviction.
We desire to recommend to our
representatives in the House and
Senate of the legislature that they
use tneir enorts towards tne pas passage
sage passage of a hill that will place the jus justices
tices justices of the peace upon a salary basis.
We believe that a salary of $100 per
year for the criminal business that
they handle, and fees that they now
receive for civil business, would be
an equitable salary, and recommend
this to our representatives in the
Some complaint is being made that
"blind tigers" are operating in this
county, and we desire to request that
the sheriff and other officers use their
best efforts to stop this violation of
We also find that in a great many
instances u justice of the peace will
endeavor to use his office for the pur purpose
pose purpose of collecting accounts. We de deplore
plore deplore this state of affairs and recom recommend
mend recommend that such conduct cease.
We also find complaint that a great
many parties do not pay their occu occupational
pational occupational license Until long after same
is due. We recommend that the sher sheriff
iff sheriff and tax collector cooperate to the
end that all persons' shall pay this
tax promptly when due.
We have examined the county jail
and find same to be in a thorough
sanitary condition. We also find that
the prisoners are well cared and pro provided
vided provided for. We desire to compliment
the jailor and the sheriff for their ef ef-ficience
ficience ef-ficience in this matter.
We have examined the courthouse
and find same in bad condition, and
recommend that the roof be repaired
andthat the floor in the offices of the
tax collector and county judge be re repaired.
paired. repaired. We also recommend that the
county commissioners provide for a
ladies' toilet at some convenient place
in the court house. We find that the
building is not kept clean and in a
sanitary condition; that the furniture
is very often covered with dust.'and
that the toilets are filthy and unsan unsanitary,
itary, unsanitary, and that the janitor is not doing
his duty. We are advised that the
county is paying the present janitor
$-vO a nconfh for his services. We do
not think he is earning this money
and feel sure that the bi"ldiner could
be well and neatly kept for this sum
of money. WTe recommend that the
county commissioners investigate this
matter thoroughly, and if the present
janitor does not do his duty that
some one be placed in his stead who
We request that acony of th?? pre presentment
sentment presentment be mailed by the clerk of
the court to our senator and each of
our representatives, and that same
be published in the local papers.
We desire to' thank his honor for
hishis able charge and assistance in
the discharge of our duty. We also
desire to extend our thanks to the
state attomfey and other officers"; for
the assistance rendered us. WTe now
ask to be discharged.
James M. Moseley, Foreman.
H. D. Stokes, Clerk.
THE SEAS MUST OEi
CORRESPONDENCE THAT MAY
Sinking the Lusitania has Caused 111
Treatment of Germans all
London, May 12. Anti-German
outbreaks of particular severity oc occurred
curred occurred in the neighborhood of the
East India docks and throughout thej
East End today. Between sixty and
seventy German shops were -wrecked.
Germans 'were attacked when whenever
ever whenever they showed themselves. Police
reinforcements were rushed to the
Never since the war began has such
an anti-German feeling surged thru
the country as now, due entirely to
the sinking of the Lusitania. Work Workmen
men Workmen are refusing to labor alongside
men of German birth, whether nat naturalized
uralized naturalized or not, and the premises
Germans occupy in many towns have
been damaged or destroyed, t
TOM MARSHALL SPOKE
A LARGE-SIZED TRUTH
Vice-President Made a Dead Center
Shot at the Jingoes
Tupelo, Miss., May 12. Vice-President
Marshall, in discussing the Lus Lusitania
itania Lusitania sinking, said that he considered
that when persons boarded an Eng English
lish English vessel they virtually are on Eng English
lish English soil and must expect to stand the
consequences. He declared that too
many men in the United States are
crying war who would not enlist un unless
less unless given a position "selling good3
to the commissary department."
THE BURNT CHILD
. DREADS TOE FIRE
Cunard Line Isn't Willing to
London, May 12. The sailing of
the Mauretania scheduled for May 29
has been cancelled. No Cunard liner
will sail on May 15th, the date on
which the Lusitania was to have
started on her return trip to New
ANY OTHER NATION WOULD
PUT THEM IN PRISON
Washington, May 12. A banquet
and reception for the officers of the
interned German commerce raiders
Kronprinz Wilhelm and Prinz Eitel
Friedrich, which was to have been
held here within the next few days,
has been abandoned by its promoters.
Word has been sent to the officers at
the Norfolk Navy Yard that because
of the Lusitania disaster it was
thought best not to carry out the
London, May 12. The words, "too
proud to fight!" cover in huge letters
most of the placards displayed on the
streets of London yesterday to adver advertise
tise advertise the evening papers.
The text of President Wilson's
Philadelphia speech reached London
too late for general comment. The
Evening Standard, however, in an
"President Wilson is a high-minded
man and can understand tfiat he
meant by this rather unpolitical re remark.
mark. remark. Unfortunately, Germany does
not understand this kind of right righteousness.
eousness. righteousness. If America could only, as
the president says, convince Germany
of her injustice to mankind, how dig dignified
nified dignified and useful would be her posi position
tion position as a neutral."
II'hkUT IIP PnPIIIAR
UL1UIII Ul I Ul ULflll
SCALES TOWARD 111
Rome, May 12. Troops were re
quired last night. to disperse the great
crowds of war enthusiasts. Crowds
paraded the streets and cried, "Down
with Austria! Down with Giolitti."
Giolitti is the former premier and
considered the leader of the peace
party. An attempt was made to
storm his residence. Soldiers frus frustrated
trated frustrated this.
The final decision rests with King
Victor Emmanuel for peace or war.
The king may or may not ask parlia parliament
ment parliament its opinion regarding the wisest
course, after Austria makes the final
decision regarding territorial conces concessions.
sions. concessions. CONSIDERING AUSTRIA'S
Rome, May 12. Italy's course in
the war was still undecided today, but
there is apparently little hope of
peace. What is considered the last
definite proposal of-2 Austria was re received
ceived received today. The cabinet is consid considering
ering considering it.
BOARD OF TRADE
MEETS THIS EVENING
The regular semi-monthly meeting
of the Board of Trade will be held
this evening. It will be held in the
new headquarters in the Cam block,
and as Secretary Rooney has many
important and interesting affairs to
report a full attendance should be
ODD FELLOWS SPENT
A PLEASANT EVENING
The members of Tulula Lodge had
a most pleasant experience at their
meeting Tuesday evening. There was
a large attendance; nearly all the old
standbys being present and many of
those who come only once in a while.
There was no formal program, but
each member was called on for a
short speech, and many wise and
witty things were said; and every everybody
body everybody felt that it was- good to be
After the talkfest, the lodge was
dismissed but before the brethren
left they found material refreshment
added to the ethical. Mr. C. F.
Hayes, long a member of the lodge,
came forward with a large cargo of
his justly celebrated ice cream, which
was reinforced with toothsome cake
and lemonade". All feasted to the full
and went home happy.
AN ELEGANT ENTERTAINMENT
The Pythian Sisters had a very
pleasant evening in th3 Castle Hall
Tuesday night. The Sisters them themselves
selves themselves were out in force, and, as it
was not a ceremonial occasion, the as assembly
sembly assembly was added to by many Knights
and some friends, until the hall was
There was a pretty music procTam
by Misses Ruth Rentz and Mabel
Akin, and recitations by Mrs. Weth Weth-erbee.
erbee. Weth-erbee. Judge Gober made a fine ad address
dress address on the lessons of Pythianism.
Pleasant conversation and music pre prevailed
vailed prevailed during the evening.
Much sport was caused by the arch archery
ery archery contest in which Mr. George
Rentz and Master Hardy Croom dis displayed
played displayed their skill. Hardy made a
very good Cupid with his bow and ar arrow.
row. arrow. Refreshments were an important
part of the program; there was
cream, sherbet, soda water and deli delicious
cious delicious homemade cake in abundance.
The entertainment committee con consisted
sisted consisted of Mrs. R. T. Weaver, Mrs. n.
B. Baxter and Mrs. E. T. Spencer,
who were ably aided by the refresh refreshment
ment refreshment committee, consisting of Mrs.
Forney, Mrs. Lamar and Mrs. Van Van-dervoort.
dervoort. Van-dervoort. HEARING POSTPONED
Washington, May 12. The hearing
of the case of the Riggs National
Bank against Secretary McAdoo,
Comptroller Williams and Treasurer
Burke, accused by the bank of con conspiring
spiring conspiring to wreck it, was postponed to today
day today until Monday, at the reguest of
the government's attorneys.
Vulcanizing. All work guaranteed.
Blalock Bros 107 Oklawaha Are. 1m
GAMIER WAS SPREAD :
TO THE BREEZE
There was No Chance of Jlistaking
the Gulflight When She
f Associate-! Press)
Washington, May 12. The state
department has made public a sworn
statement by Ralph E. Smith, chief
officer of the American steamer
Gulflight, describing the tomedoimr
cf 7-.at vessel on May 1st, off the
Smith said that when the Gulflight
was torpedoed she was flying a large
American ensign, six by ten feet in
size. He saw the submarine, but
could not distinguish or see ,any flag
flying on her. Shortly before the
submarine was sighted two British
patrol boats took positions on either
side of the Gulflight and ordered her
to follow them to Bishop lighthouse.
"I personally observed our flag stand standing
ing standing out well to the breeze," the of officer
ficer officer stated.
MANY NEW BAPTISTS
IN TWELVE MONTHS
An Optimistic Report Made to the
Houston, Texas, May 12. Dele Delegates
gates Delegates from all parts of the south
have arrived here to attend the an annual
nual annual Southern Baptist Convention,
which opens today.
V. I. Masters, of Atlanta, the edi editorial
torial editorial secretary, announced last night
that the total membership of the
church was approximately two and a
half million, an increase of more
than sixty-three thousand since the
Among the subjects to come before
the convention is a proposition to
consolidate several convention boards,
plans for aiding rural Baptist church churches
es churches and a movement for increasing
the foreign mission work of the
TRAMMELL MAY ENTER
Tallahassee, May 12 Governor
Tramrriell is not certain that he will
make the race for Congress from the
second congressional district to suc succeed
ceed succeed Congressman Stephen M. Spark Spark-man.
During the past few days the chief
executive has been urged by friend-
to reconsider his announcement for
Congress and to announce for the
Senate against Senator Nathan P.
Governor Trammell admits that he
is giving the matter serious thought.
"I have nothing to say in that con connection
nection connection just at present," he declared,
but he confessed smilingly that he
may have something to give out at an
GOOD PRIZES FOR SMART v
MARION COUNTY GIRLS
Mrs. Caroline Moorhead i3 in re receipt
ceipt receipt of a letter from the Farm Can Canning
ning Canning Machine Co., of Meridian, Miss.,
which will give in premiums this year
as follows: The champion tomato club
girl of the southern states will re receive
ceive receive in cash $50; the second best re record,
cord, record, $20; ths third best, $15; the
fourth, $10, and the fifth $5. These
premiums will be a' warded for the
young lady who makes the bt ren ren-era!
era! ren-era! n-trar en r--r r -trr4!; -rr?
and any outs'de work" that sb.3 may
do. The only contestants will be
members of the tomato clubs and
users of the company's machines. We
understand that this company will
place its machines on sale in Ocala
in one of the leading stores and its
machine comes here with the highest
SEE IHE FARM on the Silrr
Springs road wb.ch furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
freslr vegetr jles, milk and eggs, tf
USED BY BUS
FRONTAL ATTACKS OF TliE
; Doi fly a
London, May 12. With the great greatest
est greatest battles of the war in progress
one between Arras and the Belgian'
coast, and the other in western Gal Gal-icla
icla Gal-icla to say nothing of operations in
the Dardanelles, and lesser engage engagements
ments engagements alfyig the eastern and western
are fully occupied.
GASES AND HUGE GUNS
Around Ypres the German attack
was continued against the- British
lines, the Germans using gases and a
tremendous amount of artillery. The
British are subject to a bombardment
such a3 they received at Neuve
Chapelle. The British found shelter
in mowing down the German infantry
which attempted an advance.
REAR GUARD FIGHTING BY RUS RUSSIANS
SIANS RUSSIANS The Russians are Making' desperate
efforts to stop the Austro-German
onrush in Western Galicia. They are
fighting in stubborn rear-guard ac
tion and endeavoring to hold the Ger
manic allies until reinforcements ar
SAVED A BALTIC CITY
In the Baltic provinces the Rus Russians
sians Russians apparently have secured a force
sufficiently strong to drive back the
German raiders who were threaten threatening
ing threatening Mitau.
An Amsterdam dispatch says an
unidentified steamer ha3 been tor torpedoed
pedoed torpedoed and fired in the North Sea.
The crew's fate is unknown.
ENGLISH SEE MORE AIRSHIPS
The Daily News reports the ap appearance
pearance appearance of a Zeppelin over Sunder Sunderland
land Sunderland last night. Another was eecn
from Yarmouth. Nothing has been
heard of them since.
FINAL ATTEMPTS TO FIND THE
Queenstown, May 12. Final at attempts
tempts attempts are being made today by tugs
and patrol boats to recover the Lusi Lusi-tania's
tania's Lusi-tania's dead.
BODY OF VANDERBILT
MAY HAVE BEEN FOUND
London, May 12. The D-iily Mail
says that the body of Alfred G. Van Van-derbilt
derbilt Van-derbilt ha3 been found and is being
taken to Queenstown.
Smart Little Boat Will be Wedded to
the Waves Next Saturday
Connor, May 12-The Clermont
will be launched from the Conner
shipyards Saturday at 11 o'clock a. m.
The Clermont i3 a trim little pleasure
launch built by Lonnie Randall, a
school boy. This vessel is a sister to
the Josephine, a boat being construct constructed
ed constructed by the. Conner and Ocala school
boy, J. W. Randall. The Clermont
and the Josephine are staunch boats
and their lines are graceful. The
motor of the Clermont is an eight
horsepower Dunn marine' engine.
The -T'rh5ne'3 engine i3 not install-
.t v. :.! J. V .i. ixj.it i v,ztly-:iv
per cent completed. At the christen christening
ing christening and launching of the Clermont
here Saturday, May lt5h, dinner will
be served picnic style by the river
folk, and after dinner everyone lists
aboard the Clermont for a spin, twen twenty
ty twenty passengers to the trip. A. A. G.
We now have on hand a full line cf
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
10 ATTACKS Oi
1 1 r
KABEfl'S HUW iTffi
mik ffl? ;
r n r MpTinrn
THAT GERMANY IN FUTURE
WILL TRY TO RESPECT
Washington, May 12. Gerrr.r.r.7,
through Ambassador Gerard, has no notified
tified notified the United States that subma submarine
rine submarine commanders had been specific specifically
ally specifically instructed not to harm neutral
vessels not engaged in hostile act?,
and that Germany would pay fcr
damage to such ships in the war r.c r, e.
Neutral ships carryir. cor.trsA.:.r. i
will be dealt with, the ar.nouncemcr.t
fays, according to the rules of r.aval
warfare. If neutral ships are acci accidentally
dentally accidentally damaged in the war rcr.o
Germany will express its regret and
pay damages without prize court pro proceedings.
ceedings. proceedings. The German government justifies
its submarine warfare on the ground
that England is threatening to starve
the civilian population of Germany by
prohibiting neutral commence in
foodstuffs and .other necessities.
CONTINUE TO TAKE CHANCE
Sinking of the Lusitania Harn't Call
ed OH Trans-Atlantic
(Associated Pre" )
New York, May 12. No general
cancellation, of the sailings of steam steamers
ers steamers or of passages engaged from New
York to European porta has followed
the sinking of the Lusitania, accord according
ing according to agents of steamfhip lir.?3 here.
They say, however, that there has
been an increase in the popularity cf
vessels flying neutral flags. The fact
that the A met can line has flopped
booking third-class passengers for
the St. Louis, due to leave here Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, was cited as an evidence cf
The agent cf the' French line laid
that the sinking cf the .Lusitania
would not prevent them from sending
their steamers aero -3 as usual. At
the offices of the Scandinavian-American
and Holland-American lines it
was stated that no sailings had been
Agents of the White Star line fail
the Olympic would sail from New
Y'ork for Liverpool Friday, according
to schedule. Forty cabin and three
hundred steerage passengers already
are booked for that steamer.
At the offices of the Cunard line it
was said lhat no instructions have
been received from Liverpool regard regarding
ing regarding the sailings of its steamers, and
there had been no cancellations.
It was estimated that two thousand
three hundred and fifty passengers
are on board steamships from Amer
ican ports for destinations that will
take them within range cf German
HOT WATER TANK FOR SALE
A large, r-r. ralvarired hot water
SWEET PEAS TOR SALE
Beautiful sweet peas for sale, ty
the dozen or hundred; packed
mailing if desired. M- J. Roe? 3, 'j
240. N 4-27-tf
Give her a box cf NORI
best made. The
Buy your drug 3 frcn Gerig
ity the lest filers.
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1915
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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
PRESS OF FLORIDA WILL
UPHOLD THE PRESIDENT
BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
ft. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, 11 as Ln ess Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at OcrW Fla., postoffice as secona class inatter.
(Continued from Last Week)
HE txautlfui runaway bride
jH?iitd hrr yes in dazed be be-wllderinpnt
wllderinpnt be-wllderinpnt t lii id herself gaz gaz-iug
iug gaz-iug up into the dark, band band-face
face band-face of Ue Mack Vandyked
She was iu bis arms. She felt
One year, in advance $5.00
BIx mentis, in advance.. 2.50
Three months, in advance ... 1.2 5
0&4-month, in advance. .... .50
One year- in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance. ... 4.25'
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance .80
Mr. C. O. Codrington, editor of the
DeLand News, ha3 sent to President
Wilson the following telegram, which
adequately expresses the opinion of
the Florida press:
DeLand, Fla., May 11, 1915.
Hon. Woodrow Wilson,
President of the United States,
Washington, D. C.
The world is war-mad. If it can
honorably do so the United States
should stay out of this maelstrom. If
self-respect demands war, let us fight, j wbere Lis luxurious limousine stood
The press of Florida as a unit will
uphold you in your trying position.
Chris O. Codrington,
Pres. Florida Press Assn.
America will be the biggest fool combatants. It can't understand their j
among the nations of the world if she
does not arm.
TIME TO PREPARE
June 6 is Fathers' Day, anxious in inquirers.
quirers. inquirers. Tampa Times.
What are they going to do to us.
When the German government
sent its "regrets" at the loss of Am American
erican American lives on the Lusitania to our
government, it added insult to injury.
President Wilson makes it plain
that in his speech at Philadelphia
Monday night he was voicing his per
sonal sentiments, his love of peace
and horror of war. He did not out outline
line outline his national policy.
If some of the critics of the legis legislators
lators legislators were legislators themselves,
wouldn't we have a merry mess at
Tallahassee ? Tampa Times.
It isn't likely the critics would do
much better than the criticised.
rejoicing over such things as Indians
would rejoice over their victims tied
to the stake. The Star would advise I
another clasp about hei tbe uiau with
the white ujut;ube. Gilbert Wye gen gently
tly gently released his hold of ber. and the
white mustaclied mau turned to carry
her up the hill. Her eyes closed again.
burdeu. hurried up the embankment to IX
V, .i : i b I ft A I
uj i ne Biwf ui me iirukcu ran. as ue
Junjied into the. driver; seat and put
bis foot oit the clutch and bis band on
tbe brake he glanced down at the
scene of the accident. Tbe taxi lean
ed against a sturdy tree which had
stopped It from a fatal tumble. Blye's
cnauueur. tue wiue reaturea &caui. i ?
was bringing up the unconscious driv- j
er of the taxi. The vivacious bru
nette and the heavy man with tbe
thick lidded eyes were helping Mrs.
Villard. That gentle faced woman
had Insisted upon walking, but she
came wltb a painful limp, and ber
face was drawn and white. Blye start
ed the car forward with a Jerk, turned
It dextrously .in the uarrow road and.
(Columbia, S. C State)
The time for disquisition and dis-
our people not to believe such reports sertation on the destruction of the
unless th .y are supported by xmpar- Uitania ha3 passeL
In open defiance of the laws of hu-
a j it a; i
NO EXCUSE FOR GERMANY inanity ana ox me nat.ons me Ger
mans, without warning, destroyed a
Some of our own people, most of merchant ship carrying neutrals, al- jumping aowu. arraugeu tne cusnions
i amBa r.or. 1 1 v I witu swirtiy certain baud.
Wiem iumiiuuiiuu, jr v. ow w Wben june aam openetl uer eyea
many for the death of Americans on i cape.
the Lusitania, by laying the blame on j The sole question involved is wheth-
England, or the victims themselves. J er or not the German empire shall be
They say England had no right to permitted to amend the laws of na
carry passengers on the ship laden tions, without the consent of neutrals,
with ammunition and arms, and that in order that it may conform to the
V A fern n i . a
tne Americans wuo won. limitations or the submarine as a
it had been fully warned by Germany I nfl.
1 MOZART I MAHDC1. I
If Americans had Qgrftoo proud
to fidiftnere would not have been
any United States. If they become
too proud to fight, the United States
will not last much longer. A man
who won't fight when he is' imposed
on too much, isn't worth standing
room in Shebl.
A single stroke of lightning in Ma Marion
rion Marion county killed seventy-nine head
of hogs. The only consolation to be
found is that lightning never strikes
twice in the same place. Jackson
It doesn't have to. The same place
isn't there when it comes along the
To declare war on Germany for, the
sinking of the Lusitania would not
bring back the dead, and it is proba probable
ble probable that it would not add to the pun
ishment of those ; who are really
guilty. It would instead add greatly
to the sum total of horror with which
the innocent are already afflicted.
But it is our duty to do all possible
to prevent such injuries being dealt
us in future.
The Americans on the Lusitania
had the assurance that their country
did not concede this claim of th Ger
mans to amend the law of nations.
When the German spokesmen say
that the nassencrers sailed, after
of their danger. Some are under the
impression that the Lusitania was
armed and ready to fire on any sub-
markfe that appeared.
tf doesn't seem -to the Star that
the British government took the
proper precautions to guard the Lusi
tania: otherwise its hands are clean.
The Lusitania doesn't belong to the warning, at their own risk, they for
British government, but to a private J got that the United States of Amer
corporation. Neither the British gov- jca haj impliedly given them assur
i iL I I
eminent nor me vunaru iw and protection. Our government
compelled anybody to travel on the
1 f I hart rtonipri iht fJprmfln claim and
Nobody has any right to consider had given notice tnat tne oerman em
that the Americans on board had pire would be held to strict accounta
been sufficiently warned. That they I bility for destruction of American
were officially warned is denied by j.e
. i i i 1 I X lit; UUtUCIIKC lit VilC suuiuaiiuc
warning aaverxiseraenis iiau ween i
printed and anonymous warnings was to tne unuea isiaies.
sent, but the German government has j To imagine that the United States
not yet assumed responsibility for not demand reparation for this
them. Secretary Bryan, asked about l . tv MaC! aQ.
.... . i uuuaLc, anu wic viuci uubiuo, -
this anH mhothor amr W9Tninc hfln I
been given to Americans'' from the Pecially the torpedoing of the Gulf-
state department, said: "I think I light, is preposterous.
Blye was brushing back ber soft
brown hair from ber pale forehead.
but he was not holding ber. She was
in the luxurious limousine, with her
bead pillowed on the shoulder of tbe
white mustaclied man. Orln Cunning
ham, and his arm was about her. She
straightened as she became aware of
that clasp, and Blye, bis black eyes
glowing down upon ber. smiled reas reassuringly.
suringly. reassuringly. Tbe car started, and she
turned to look at Mrs. Villard. who
AFTER THE DAY'S
WORK IS OVER
- Do You Regard Music as a Luxury ?
" IN "HARD TIMES" WHEN YOU FEEL IT NECESSARY TO
CURTAIL EXPENDITURES, DO YOU THINK THAT MUSIC,
AT LEAST, IS ONE THING YOU CAN DO WITHOUT:
You are mistaken. Music is one of the necessities of life. Since the birth
of man, among civilized and uncivilized alike, music moie than any other in influence
fluence influence has soothed, inspired and stimulated the race.
It is time that you awoke and realized that you need m jsic, now and
that music in its most enjoyable form is at your elbow.
After the day's work is over, an evening of music in your hom'3 will amply
repay anything you have to spend to" get it will rest and strengthen you
and multiply your efficiency.
WE WILL ACCEPT YOUR OLD PIANO A T IT'S FULL VAL VALUE
UE VALUE IN EXCHANGE FOR A PLAYER-PIANO PN WHICH YOU
CAN PLAY WITH THE SKILL OF A MASTER MUSICIAN.
DEMONSTRATION AT YOUR CONVENIENCE
WTiile the legislature is consider
ing bills to protect hotel keepers
banks, etc., from dead beats and bad
checks, it might frame one to protect
the newspapers. It the Star could
collect what is owing to it, it could
pay all its debts and buy a complete
new outfit. The same could proba probably
bly probably be said of almost any newspaper
in Florida that has been in existence
twenty years. Next perhaps to the
doctors, newspaper men are the most
swindled people in America.
Americans should discuss the Lusi Lusitania
tania Lusitania incident with as little bitterness
as possible, if for no other reason, on
account of the feelings of our fellow fellow-citizens
citizens fellow-citizens of German descent. Between
their natural love for their-fatherland,
and concern for the land that
is now their home, the conscientious
and kind-hearted among them, are
sorely distressed at the prospects of
trouble between America and Ger Germany.
many. Germany. And we have known very few
Germans who were not both con conscientious
scientious conscientious and kind.
had better go no farther than to say
that no warning was given." He
added that the -German government
never called the department's atten
tion to the warning advertisement.
If the German ambassador, instead'
of nrintiner advertisements, which;
many people might not see, had in informed
formed informed the American state depart
ment the day before the Lusitania
sailed that the ship would be attack
ed, our government would not have
allowed anv of our people to take
How to make the demand effective
is the question. If it can be made ef
fective without war against Ger-j
many, so much the better. No Am
erican is hungry for war against
Germany or any other nation.
But if reparation from Germany
can not be had without war, then
war it must be!
It war it shall be, then it is for
all Americans, be they of Irish or
passage on it except in the positive Scottish, British, German, French,
knowledge that they went at their -- .
t -w i --
own riSK. iess warning man uu
cannot be considered sufficient by our tneir Part m
government. The State's opinion is, that months
The people who took passage on ago this country should have begun
tne juusitania Knew cour&e wy to tiiaee itself on something like a
ran some risk, but they did not be believe
lieve believe that the German government
would order such a cruel and coward-
y thing to be done.
There was no need for the act
from a military standpoint. When
the ship was-attacked, the day was
clear and the sea was calm. No Brit-
On introducing President Wilson to
his audience in Philadelphia Monday
night, Mayor Blankenburg, who is a
German-American, called attention to
the fact that like the other aliens he
had "come from foreign shores to find
in the: United States a home." "Let
me beseech you," he said, "to be Am
erican first, last and all the time, no
matter what may happen in the
world at large.Thank God we have
a man in the White House who is just
a man who knows what to do. I am
perfectly willing," the mayor conclud conclud-d,
d, conclud-d, "to leave, the conduct of the great
nrohlem now : confronting us in the
hands of our great president."
Speaking of the appointment of a
committee to investigate the burning
alive of inmates of the state reform
school, the Tampa Times hopes that
said committee will probe the matter
to the bottom. The committee should
take two or three newspaper report
ters along with it, and if it doesn't
take them, they should go anyhow
It is not out of place to remark that
if all newspapers were as outspoken
about public abuses as the Times has
been about this reform school scan
dal, very few such abuses could ex-
Americans should bear in mind tha
the reports of rejoicings in Germany
over the sinking of the Lusitania
come thru allied channels, or at the
best thru Switzerland,, whose sym-
'riflfhips are mostlv with the allies
The Star can understand that a per
verted sense of duty or desperate ne
cessity can impel Germans to sink un
.irmed nassentrer ships and kill non
When everybody else is fighting it
is not good sense to go unarmed.
An army of half a million men,
equipped to the last point of effi efficiency,
ciency, efficiency, does not in these times spell
militarism in this land of one hun-
ish warship 'was in sight. The Lusi
tania carried plenty of boats, and 1 dred million inhabitants.
had she been held up and given time An American navy enlarged and
for the passengers and crew to save improved would not be a menace to
themselves, not a life need have been world ce
lost. Had she, after being held up, .. ,rnnnn
refused to stop, and tried to run, or The Congress, m voting $250,000,-
ram the submarine; then it would 000 or more for the enlargement and
have been excusable to sink her. But improvement of the army and navy
as it was, it was cold-blooded and wouid be within its legal and moral
That it is time for the United
States to fight, one can not say.
But it is time for the United States
to put on its fighting clothes.
CROSBY PUT A GOOD
BILL TnROUGn THE nOUSE
wholesale murder, and it is impossi impossible
ble impossible to look at it any other way.
The Lusitania carried no guns. This
is proven by our government, which
inspected the ship before she left.
Moreover, if she had guns, they
would have been used. She, could not
have guns without some Americans
among the survivors having seen
Neither was the Lusitania loaded
down with ammunition. She carried Tallahassee Democrat, May iu: ine
.wtA. m crc email o -vm ftevfinlfroa hill of Representative Crosby, of
0JlllZ laCO VJA ClllOl 1 A XXI. Vi x
not enough, in the opinion of- any Marion, known as bill No. 221, was
American naval officer to sacrifice passed on third reading in the House
the life of one woman or child for. this morning by a vote of 48 to 6
There is no excuse for the act. Am- This bill amends section 11 of
ericans may respect and forgive the chapter 6537, relating to the opening,
individual German, but between us establishing, building, constructing
and their government is a bloody and maintaining public roads and
phocm tViof wini unt il in I bridces in the state, and provides a
fifty years. We can have no sympa-j road and bridge fund for the several
thy nor respect for a government counties in the state of Florida, and
that will do such thiners. I for the assessment and collection oi
A dispatch from Berlin says: "Hun- The bill exempts from road tax all
dreds of telegrams of congratulation who pay tax on one hundred dollars,
are being sent to Admiral von Tirpitz, or more, both in incorporated towns
German minister of marine, on the and cities, and in the country. The
sinking of the Lusitania, which the old law exempted only the people liv-
Germans consider to be an answer to ing in incorporated towns and cities,
the destruction off the Falkland isl- and left the farmer to pay the regu-
ands of the German squadron under lar road tax, and an additional $3, or
Admiral Von Spee." All reports of six days work.
the battle off the Falklands (coming Representative Crosby has scored a
thru England, by the way) agree that triumph in this bill with the farmers,
sailors, never fought and died more and will be remembered by them in
bravely than Von Spee and his men. I the future for this bills passage.
They are entitled to a place in the
of a Green Turtle Steak at the Ocala
snhmsrinA whirli Hid nothing more I House Cafe. 11-
difficult or darinsr than launch a tor
pedo at an unarmed passenger ship Its good for the whole family, and
have not proven their right to be they all like it PEANUT BRITTLE
boxes at the Court Pharmacy, tf
8ht Wat In His Arr-
sat beside her with compressed Hps.
The' Injured taxi driver was up .In
front, supported by the heavy lidded
man. The runaway bride closed her
eyes again and sank back Into the sup
port which she so much detested.
B!ye! How much he had been In
her life since she had run away "from
Ned! And little did June know that
Ned. through, his detective, had ob
tained the number of the auto In which
she had driven tbat'day. The number
was M OOT707.
Soon June Uiy in her little room ln
tbe hospital, ber hair waving about
ber on the white pillow, and her
friends were permitted to bid her good
night. The -vivacious Tommy Thomas
eat at the head of her bed and stroked
June's white hand: Orlu Cunningham.
a particularly debonair Ogure as he
leaned against the window casing.
smoothing his white mustache, twin
kled over at her; T. J. Edwards, the
heavy man with the thick eyelids and
the round head with Its absurdly short
cropped gray hair, wa gentle In his
rough way. Gillert Blye. over by the
door, had not much to say. but be nev
er removed hU luminous gaze from
the runaway bride, and when the pink
cheeked nurse came to drive them out
Blye was the last to make his adieus.
and. U'ndlns over gracefully, he kissed
ilonorla Itlye received a telephone
message from Bill Wolf a few. hours
after the time of the auto accident.
"You husband hez gone to bis club.'
be said huskily.
The wife drove hastily to the club
entrance. She met Wolf, who pointed
to the chauffeur Scattl. saying:
"There's your husband's driver.
Ilonorla saw Scattl standing beside
her husband's limousine.
Td like to make you a little pres present,"
ent," present," said Ilonorla In sugared accents,
and. fumbling In her pocketbook, she
produced a bill.
Scattl turned to her with alacrity,
and every line In his broad, low face
The line of his Hps also thickened
as he separated them ln a grin of pleas pleasure.
ure. pleasure. He took the bill with Joy. looked
at its denomination In the light of one
of his side lamps, flopped open his
heavy driver's coat, shoved the bill
deep ln his trousers pocket and but buttoned
toned buttoned his coat tightly from top to bot bottom.
tom. bottom. Now. you'll tell me where Mr. Blye
was this evening, won't you 7" she
The smile faded from Scattl'a lines.
Aren't you going to tell meT And
the voice rose another notch.
"Give me back that money!"
When you know
Will do the business
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J box Chocolates ever offered
in Ocala. Each one-pound
box contains from fifteen to
I eighteen varieties, including
Nugatines, Cherries, Straw-
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J Co-J coanuts. Butter Toffee and
Fresh shipment just receiv receiv-l
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ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR
OCALA, FLORIDA 1
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RATESEPSf 75c to S1.50 NO IIIGOEi.
Dining Room with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the House
r.LTXTiac i:Li:yATu skrvick- piionis in all room
LOUIS N." LONG, Prop.
The- only Hotel on the Square
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MERCHANTS & MINERS TI1AHS.CD
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc
II. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent, Com'L Agt.
J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,
Packing and Storing;
Shipping of Freight.
-iify",i(,r to I'I.iff i
r i riling m
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COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
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OCALA PUBLIC GARAGE
Now Open and Completely Equipped and Solicits Your Rcsines?
Wo guaranfee all v7ork befo re it leave the ?hop. James Coleman
will repair your motor cars in first class ihav?.
Our Ed Mathews is the best general blacksmith in the city. All
blacksmith work, wagon and bu-gy repairing, hore ihoc-ing, cic
etc quickly done and fully warranted.
Call and see us. We do our own work, very light expenses, and
can give you, cheaper prices than others.
South Second Street West
(Second store west of Metropolitan limk BuiMinL')
OCALA - FLORIDA
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v'areul Estimate? I.'ads cn r"
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n-.n tractor in the City.
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12. 1915
the deal for that real estate hasten closed and the only thing
yet to do is-to see if the title is good. Marion county has about 160
Vled records and 45 mortgage recorj an(j 50 0f miscellanoeus rec-
about 160,000 pages 01 re-ord matter and among these is
Id history of that title.
yfeome searching and checking before the abstract man Knows
he has all.
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SITtHAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS '"RESEARCH WORK.
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I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
Thought for the Day
So long as the star
Shall shine afar
And the sKy shall escape our reach;
So long as the sea
j In its agony
1 bnaii crumble tne granite to oeacn;
' So long as the horizons cheat and lure
And all things seem certain and
nothing is sure,
You shall achieve by your strength
By the force of your will and your
brawn and bone.
You shall attain
As you strive with pain
And fight with the might of your
heart and brain
For the chosen goal
Of your dream-swept soul,
And none may deny your rightful
And you shall have nothing unless
m m m
Resolutions Sent to Tallahassee
The following resolutions, signed
by the president and secretary of the
Woman's Club, were mailed last night
to Marion's senator and representa representatives
tives representatives in Tallahassee:
F. M. Hudson at the former's lovely
home. Five hundred guests were in invited.
vited. invited. Friday Mrs. T. S. Trantham
will entertain informally for Mrs.
m m m
Tomorrow, the fourteenth day aft after
er after Easter, is Ascension Day, or Holy
Thursday. It is the day on which the
ascension of Christ is commemorated.
Services will be held at Grace churcr
at 10 a. m.
Friends will regret to hear of the
illness of Mr. Waldo Martin at the
home of his parents, Col. and Mrs.
John M. Martin, on Lime street.
Miss Carolee Green was an attrac attractive
tive attractive guest present at the party given
r-yesterday by Miss Kathleen Jackson,
and assisted in serving the tempting
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ormiston and
Whereas, The woman j clubs of the,, 0 ... T ..
' hoca Kaon MciHtnn nn Inirlsi1a ova.
siaie 01 r lunua mc tciuiuutik in institutions,
stitutions, institutions, not organized for profit,
You "soend 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-Ptlonopoly Drug Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
. 'WE TAKE CARE"
but for the benefit of the communi communities
ties communities in which such clubs are located,
therefore be it
Resolved, That the Woman's Club
of Ocala, Florida, respectfully re request
quest request Hon. Glenn Terrel, senator from
the twentieth senatorial district of
Florida, and Hon. W. J. Crosby and
Hon. W. T. Henderson to use their in influence
fluence influence for the passage of a bill to
exempt all club buildings owned by
the" women's clubs of the state of
Florida and actually occupied by them
as club buildings from taxation,
f.tate, county and municipal: be it
Resolved, That we send copies of
this resolution to the above named
Woman's Club of Ocala, Fla.
Mrs. W. B.
nue for the past winter season, leave
this week for Oil City, PaM St.
RY our Fresh Meat it will
please you. Fresh Veg
etables in season.
Also a fine line of Groceries.
Miss Georgia Borger, a member of
the Hillsborough high school faculty,
Tampa, and a former teacher in the
Ocala public school, will spend the
greater part of her vacation studying
at the University of Chicago.
"Dr! and Mrs. E. G. Peek, wao left
today for DeLand to attend the meet meeting
ing meeting of the State Medical Association,
will continue their trip to Daytona,
for a two days' sojourn before re returning
turning returning home.
The Woman's Library Association
will hold its regular monthly meet meeting
ing meeting Thursday afternoon at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. Jake Brown at 4:30
o'clock. The treasurer and secretary
The notice of
the amendment of the by-laws of the
last meeting will be acted upon.
Mrs. John L. Inglis arrived this
morning after spending several weeks
in Quincy, the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. M. A. Love. Mrs. Inglis has
been very ill during her stay in
Quincy, and her many friends will be
glad to know that she is improving
Ynnnf. nf .Tarlcsnnville.
! general federation director of Flori- U Ee their reports
da and four other southern states, ac-
companied by Judge Young is in the
West combining pleasure with busi business.
ness. business. Judge and Mrs. Young have
many personal friends in Ocala who
with the members of the Woman's
Club will be interested in their itiner itinerary.
ary. itinerary. In Fayetteville? Ark Mrs.
Young attended the state federation
for three days, going then to Los
Angeles, where she met Mrs. Penny Penny-backer,
backer, Penny-backer, president of the general feder federation.
ation. federation. This week they are attending
the exposition in San Diego and may
possibly go" to Mexico for a short
time. Next Monday they expect to
reach San Francisco for a stay of
five days. While there they will be
the guests of the California state fed federation
eration federation and also of the board of man management
agement management of the exposition. From San
Francisco they will go to Portland to
attend the mid-biennial council of the
general federation. Mrs. Young is to
conduct the council for twenty min minutes,
utes, minutes, her. subject to be the Ideal Bi Biennial.
ennial. Biennial. Other points in the itinerary
will be Seattle, Baniff, Vancouver and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Penn have
gone to Auburndale for a few days
visit, expecting to be joined there by
Mrs. Penn's mother, Mrs. Baynard,
and together they will motor to Miami
where they will spend about a
week. Tampa Times.
Mrs. E. M. Baynard and Mrs. Penn
are well known in Ocala having visit visited
ed visited Mrs, E. M. Howard.
(Conluded on Fourth Page)
OCALA FRATERHAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAIt
A lis 25c
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Treated With LIQUID VENEER
This Coupon entitles you to m 2So L-V Dust Cloth ebeolutely
F::ve with e purchase of m 6O0 bottle of Liquid Veneer provided
this coupon Is filled In with your nemo and address and Is pro
earrtsd at our store Frldayj 1 otherwise the ooupon Is void
A WONDER WORKER
, TheL-VDnstCIothfgJast what yoa need far roar spring cleaning. Ithmads
from a new "crinkled" fabric called Crepette" making it far superior to any
other Dust Cloth. This material picks up a remarkable amount of dost and dirt
before washing becomes necessary. It also (isiciccts, dusts and poU&hea all ia
one operaiioa. Be sure to et one.
,. .. Address.
Put Your Ad. in the Star.
Mrs. J. E. Johnson returned .last
night from a brief visit to her sister,
Mrs. Robert'Sales in Tampa.
Mrs. L. P. Wilson and young son
have deferred their return home sev several
eral several days, remaining in Barnwell, S.
C, for a longer visit to Mr. and Mrs.
N. G. A. Walker, Mrs. Wilson's par parents.
ents. parents. Miss Ildegerte Peach, of Clayton,
Ala., a lovely visitor to Ocala in Jan January,
uary, January, the guest of Miss Helen Brown,
will leave the first of July for an ex extended
tended extended trip through the west, going
the northern route, through Canada,
down the west coast, attending both
expositions and returning home the
central route. The friends of Miss
Brown will be interested to know that
she is considering making the trip
with Miss Peach.
Mr. Blalock, who has been ill at the
home of his daughter Mrs. George
Taylor for five months, is able to sit
up a little while each day, but is re regaining
gaining regaining his strength very slowly.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, who has been
the guest of her son, Prof. K. J.
Weihe and wife in Jacksonville for
three weeks, has returned home.
Mrs. M. E. Overstreet and Miss
Overstreet of Eustis, will motor to
Ocala Friday to spenjj the week-end
with Mrs. S. W. Igou.
Miss Lillian McKey of Valdosta,
Ga., a charming visitor to Ocala sev several
eral several years. ago, will arrive the last of
. this week for a short visit to Mrs. S.
1 The monthly business meeting of
Dickison chapter, U. D. C, will be
held Friday at 3:30 o'clock with Mrs.
D. M. Smith.
Mrs. C. L. Gamsby leaves Friday for
Chattanooga, where she and Mr.
Gamsby will make their home for the
Yesterday afternoon in Tallahassee
Mrs. E. L. Carney of this city and
Mrs. Park of Tampa, house guests of
Gov. and Mrs. Trammell, were guests
of honor at a beautiful reception giv given
en given by Mrs. E. H. Sellards and Mrs.
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S,
meets at Yonge' hal! the secorTd and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7 3i o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCAIiA LODGE NO. 5580, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective, Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth TJuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofflce, east side.
David S. WilHxms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. A1S
LOYAL. ORIIER OF MOUSE
Ocala Lodge No. 69, L. O. M.
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. "n
Visiting brethern always welcome K
the lodge and club house on Mag
nolia street, near postofflce.
R. S. Rogers, Dictator.
TuUla Lodge No. 22. I. O." O. F.,
meets In Yonges Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'cloc. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to vlsitlnr
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
XV. L. Colbert. Secretary.
KXIGHTH OK PYTHIAS
(Continued from Page Two)
There were tblrty-even lights to be
counted before the perspective merged
In a blur. ScattI calmly inspected
them all In deep absorption, but during
the entire time that one narrow slit of
an eye had a dancing pleam In it.
Honorin scowled back at the Impos Imposing
ing Imposing entrance to the club. The doors
stood wide open. Inside the tessellat tessellated
ed tessellated vestibule weretifly uniformed at attendants,
tendants, attendants, llevond was a marble col columned
umned columned hall, and at the end of that,
through an arched owning, was a pan paneled
eled paneled screen.
Suddenly Ilonoria dashed up the
steps which uo woman had ever trod
and before any one could stop ber had
rounded the paneled screen and stood
In the Krill room, amid n wilderness of
oaken tables, at nearly all of which
sat rneu busy sending curling wreaths
of incense toward the hijrh glided ceil ceiling.
ing. ceiling. There were glasses before most of
the men. and a dense and painful si silence
lence silence pervuded the place, although as
Honoria bad rushed through the haU
she had beard iho loud babble of ani animated
mated animated conversation. The men in rnat
club were tnmed to speechless clay "at
the sight of this fuming apparition.
Tuere you are! she screamed, and
as her gaze settled from Its swift rov roving
ing roving Into a Gxed direction one man came
to life and rose the black Vandykcd
Gilbert BIje. There you arer she
screamed again and started to twist
ber way among the tables toward ber
long lost mate. -You will stay away
from home, eh! You will run around
with other women! You will"
A door lu the corner oiiened aud
closed, and Gilbert Blye was on the
other side of It! A fat man laughed.
Honoria Blye turned on them all and
began to tell them just what she
thought of their club. A half dozen at attendants
tendants attendants regained consciousness and
crowded round her. One of them. In Indulging
dulging Indulging in soothing talk, accidentally
laid his hand 011 her sleeve, and she
left four red line on his face. For the
first time In Its dignified history that
club resounded with the shrill echoes of
a confirmed scoid. The chuckling fat
man achieved an Inspiration. He came
up and said confidentially; m
"Your husband Is slipping out of the
When HQnoria reached the imposing
entrance she was Just In time to see
Scatti slamming the door of the lux luxurious
urious luxurious limousine, aud as that brilliant brilliantly
ly brilliantly lighted car sped down the street with
Gilbert Blye reclining comfortably
amid the soft cushions a peal of laugh laughter
ter laughter filled the block.
Honoria sprang into her electric
coupe, and. turning on all the "Juice."
wheeled down the street in mad pur pursuit
suit pursuit But at last she gave up the chase
and went home.
The parrot was asleep, with its bead
tucked under its wing and the baleful
eye closed. Honoria turned on the
light and finished, to the parrot, the
violent speech she had begun In her
husband's club. The baleful eje open opened,
ed, opened, and the bird moved uneasily from
foot to foot. Occasionally its neck
feathers ruffled and its wing tips Jerk Jerked,
ed, Jerked, but It gave no other sign of wake
fulness. In time, however. Honoria
paused for breath, and the parrot slow slowly
ly slowly brought its shining round bead Into
view. The head feathers were tou tousled
sled tousled and the eyes were sleepy as the
familiar spirit of Honoria stretched Its
"Oh. shut up! It hoarsely croaked.
A nurse with pink cheeks awakened
June In the morning, and as the patient
opened her, eyes the two pretty girls
smiled their appreciation of each other.
"How, are you this morning? asked
the nurse, preparing to put a thermom thermometer
eter thermometer between June's red Hps.
Parfwt I v vll thHnlr itau tur tiarl
TThTT m nnnnin a nn77rnT
"SPIRIT OF VIOIN-
Selig Two Reel Drama,
THE HOMECOMING OF HENRY
Vitagraph Comedy, Featuring Sidney Drew.
"GETTING RID OF NEPHEW
PATHE NEWS, NO. 30.
Admission, from 3:30 to 10:30, 5 and 10 cents.
CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
Stale. County and Qty-Depository.
(Continued on Fourth Page)
LEVITT PA emit 0 B00E
Music Teacher and Composer!
f Violin Piano and Voice
I Expert Piano Tuner
Talk to me about it over
& Phone 333
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventlont
held every Monday at 8 p. m at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial velcome to vis
Ctas. K. Sage. K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. IS, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the
fourth Friday In every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake R'ojiti, Secretary.
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.
VOODJIE OF THE iVORIl
Fot King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hallfi at 8 p. m every
second and fourth Friday. Vlsitlnr
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. V. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Send Us Your
. Tank Steel,
Of All Kind.
All Hard WooU.
Pumps for all
For Hojm Work at all
II III 1? i
This is our
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Ecir.g y
! heated by steam,- itr can not scorch.
v. ca.11 i;ot w.ar or ttar. Call and i-e
- it do the woik.
Ocala Steam Laimiry
Phone 101 402-404 South Slain SL X
The Management of DR. McCLANE
Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving bi the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will bo Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4i30 P.M. PHONC 333
iyjybiUilllUb Oil UllliiiCw- ; J
Acfiso in iho Tissue of a OcuIidlD f.i;!Lf:l3
S. S.S.13 a Regular Wizard la VrUizz Out Eictiiaailsia.
Rheumatism Is often the effect of soirte
other blood affliction that has left its Ira Ira-press
press Ira-press In the joints, muscles and mucous
coverings of the boUy. It works Into tho
tissue cell.?, those tiny, little bodies in
which nutrition goes on. And It Is here
that a moet remarkable medicine known
as S. S. S. does Us moat actire and most
Its action la znu. .clous. Bed rid Jen
rheumatics get on their feet as If by
magic That cold, clammy sensation that
made you hug a red hot tove Is gone in
a twinkling. That excruciating pain thit
made a feather lay as heavy as a ton cf
coal on the skin Is gone. You get op and
dance with glee.
Tour rheumatism Is gone absolutely!
It is an actual logical fact, that Swift's
Eur Specific flushes your blood, gives
your entire blood circulation a rno
thorough bath. It just naturally and In 0
twinkling Irrigates every atom In your
body. It rushes Into every cell. cstss
every bone, muscle, 1! gamer, t. tendon,
mucous surface and every nervs to thrZl
with freedon with .health, with new newfound
found newfound springiness.
And best of all. 8. S. S. tfcocgh a pow powerful
erful powerful searching, overwhelming enemy t9
pain and the cause of rheumatism is as
pure as the dew on a peach blossom, mm
powerful as the heroic works of nature,
s searching as the peremptory demand cf
the most I'xact science.
Af k for and Insist upon getting S. S. 0.
the world's care for rheumatism.
For private, personal advice cn stub stubborn
born stubborn chronic rneumctlsm write at -coca
to the Swift EreclSc Co.. 203 Swift BaH
Ingr. Atlanta, Ga. Their medical depart department
ment department is famous on all blood diseases, axj
is equipped to make personal blood tests,
approved by the blgtist medical authorV
tlt-s. Get a. bottle cf 8. S. S. today. Tt3
away goes rheumatism Xcr eJl timet
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SI 5.75 to
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i ytt: ((-J"" i f,Pl 1
TickeU on ak May '2511 to Juu 2ai
tnc liinlted t June lClh. Extension cjid
flop-crrer privileges. For
rates, scheduler, reser reservations,
vations, reservations, etc, call on
C.P. & T. A.
ATLANTIC COAST. LI N E
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
OCALA EVENIKO STAR, VEiXESDA? MAY 12, 1913
OCALA OCCURENCES j
Mr. E. K. Nelson of Tampa, who is
" a business visitor to the county, was
a guest last night at the Harrington.
We have a large stock of old soap S
which we are sellincr real cheap. All!
good quality. Gerig's. 4-87-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.
Rexall Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
Mr. J. N. Boone of Tallahassee has
accepted a position at the soda water
fountain in the Court Pharmacy.
. 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
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
Messrs. J. J. and Albert Gerig and
probably several other Oacla citizens
expect to attend the Adamsville pic picnic
nic picnic in Sumter county tomorrow.
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
Did you. say BATHING CAPS?
Well, we have the prettiest line you
ever saw. The Court Pharmacy, tf
We are sole agents for VINO L, and
this is the time of the year to take it.
The Court Pharmacy. f t
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
Mr. Harry Stein is home from
Jacksonville, where he ha3 been at attending
tending attending a business college for the
past few months. He will resume his
studies after a short vacation.
Try one of those frosted pints cf
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
LOOK, READ ami REMEMBER
Those who. will have announcements
for this day are:
Rheinauer & Co.
Affleck's Millinery Parlor
Ocala Bargain House
Fishel & Son.
E. T. Helvenston.
Haycraft's Millinery Shop.
(ilofliers'Teli of :-
- Experience li or shots.-!' be c::r best
teacher. AVomen xrl.o kive obeyed the
h:sr:iost find noblest
of all sacrifices, tha
5ia'3 .: etruggI-3 for the life
r- VV-.V; have p, I ctier idea
ltVV '-03 of .helpful Influence
' f?Xf! those who
. y XiftfjB.' rate when
v-VJJ a prospective grand grandmother
mother grandmother urrjes her
daughter to do as sIio did to use
"Mother's Friend," there 13 a:np?3 reason
.to believe it the right kind cf advice.
It3 purpose Is to furnish pliancy to tha
muscles, to take away the straia on the
cords and ligaments, to relieve the ten tension
sion tension of nerves and tendons so apt to
provoke or aggravate nausea, morning
sickness, twltchinga of the limbs and so
4. It Is applied externally.
Although, in the nature of thin"3 a
woman would use "Mother's Friend'' but
rarely, yet so effective has it oeen found
that this splendid remedy is on sale in
most drug stores throughout the United
States. It has been prepared by Bradfield
Regulator Co.. S-)5 Lamar F.!dg.. Atlanta,
xiu aavertisea ov us for over twenty
"Vears. Ask at the dru;r store for l,otti
of "Mother's Friend." It is worth while.
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director ana
E. C. Jordan & Co.
219 WEST BROADWAY
'fffliiCT'- mum )
This report is made from observa-
tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov
crnment Max. Min. R.F.
crnment. Max. Min.
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
May 10 83 77
U. D. C. Meeting
Dickinson Chapter, U. D. C, will
hold their regular monthly meeting
at 3:30 o'clock Friday afternoon at
the residence of Mrs. D. M. Smith.
Mrs Winer, Cor. Sec'y.
The "Exploits of Elaine," which
become more interesting with each
number, drew a large attendance to
the Temple last night. Tonight will
be shown the Pathe News, and a full
bill of other interesting subjects.
The feature "Wildfire," has been lo located,
cated, located, and will be shown Monday
Messrs. T. H. Needham and H. W.
Tucker, accompanied by Mr. William
Bullock attended the master plumb plumbers'
ers' plumbers' convention in Orlando Monday
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
Mayor Robertson has instructed
the members of the police force that
they must hot accept drinks, smokes,
eat fruit or any other sort of treats
while on duty.
W. K. Lane, M. DM "Physician and
Snrgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla. N
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
AN OCALA MAN
Tells of a Hard Time in His Life
. This Ocala business man's willing
ness to tell about his experience with
Doan's Kidney Pills, shows his faith
in them. He has always had quick
relief and his experience furnishes a
good reason for everyone in Ocala
who is similarly afflicted to at least
try Doan's Kidney Pills. Does his
statement interest you?
T. M. Shaw, iprop.. Palmetto Ho
tel, 608 (Magnolia St., Ocala, says:
"My kidneys have long been my one
weak spot and whenever I caught
cold or over worked," It made me
miserable- Besides I had dull ache
in my 'back and I didn't seem, to
have any ambition to do my work.
The kidney secretions were also un
natural. Doan's Kidney Pills nave
always put me in good shape after
Price 50c, at. all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy -get
Doan's Kidney Bills the same
that Mr. Shaw (had. -Foster-Mil burn
Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. 12
We want you to step in and see our
line of FOUNTAIN SYRINGES and
water bottles, all prices. The Court
"When. my daughter had whooping
cough she coughed so hard at one time
that she had hemorrhage of the lungs
I was terribly alarmed about her con
dition.- Seeing Chamberlain's Cough
Kemedy so highly recommended, I got
her a bottle and it relieved the cough
at once. Before she had finished two
bottles of this remedy she was entire
ly well," writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes,
Crooksville, Ohio. Obtainable every
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.
nOW 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
porary until last spring I saw Cham
berlain's Tablets advertised and pro
cured 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.
WILL EXCHANGE AUTO
FOR A VACANT LOT
A two-passenger, four-cylinder car,
in first class condition, fully equip
ped; new. tires all around. Will ex
change for good vacant city lots, dh-tf
BEST TniNG FOR
A BILIOUS ATTACK
f "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 bt! ar treatment, I took
three of Chamberlain's Tablets and
I the next day I felt like a new man,"
I writes H. C. Bailey, editor Carolina
iews, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv. .
Advertise in the Star.
OCIfl soil HIS
(Continued from Third Page)
Mrs. Earl Davenport of Belleview,
is ill at the home of Mrs. Thomas
Sexton in this city.
The Home and Foreign Missionary
Society of the Presbyterian church
will hold its regular monthly meet meeting
ing meeting tomorrow afternoon at 3:30
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Walters and
Miss Gertie Peyser were visitors to
Lake Weir yesterday, guests of Mrs.
J. K. Williams and Miss Edith Will Williams.
iams. Williams. Miss Elizabeth Abson of Hacken Hacken-sack,
sack, Hacken-sack, N. J., will arrive Wednesday
from South Florida to visit Misses
Theo and Gladys Wallis.
Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter and
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo of Sum Sum-merfield,
merfield, Sum-merfield, were visitors today.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Taylor, who
are taking their wedding trip in the
west, are now enjoying the' beauties
of the Grand Canyon.
Miss Margaret Wade of Fayette Fayette-ville,
ville, Fayette-ville, N. C-, is the guest of Mrs. Eli
A. Osborn. Miss Wade has been the
guest of friends and relatives in the
state all winter, and is now en route
to North Carolina.
"What has just been said," the con contest
test contest that has been running in Life for
several weeks, was answered in the
issue of this week. Many answers
were sent from Ocala but none were
prize winners. The winning answer
was as follows: She: "Are you going
to volunteer?" He: "If yes, not; if
no yes." W. P. Quinly of Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia was the prize winner.
QAME WITH SUMMERFIELD
The Summerfield team was on hand
to play yesterday afternoon, but the
Citra boys, having been phoned it
was raining, stayed at home. As the
rain didn't fall, they missed a chance
for a fine game.
The Summerfield boys will be hers
tomorrow afternoon for a game with
the home team. They are a- live
bunch, and all who turn out may be
sure to see a good game.
True and Tried Sports Buy Season
Following is the list of those who
up to date have bought tickets for the
season of 1915 from the Ocala base baseball
ball baseball association:
T. T Munroe.
Chas. H.- Lloyd.
H. W. Tucker.
Z. C. Chambliss.
L. R. Chazal & Sons Company.
B. F. Condon.
O. K. Grocery.
Ocala National Bank.
Dr. M..C. Izlar.
Court Pharmacy. -Moore
Mclver & MacKay.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
H. A. Waterman.
Munroe & Chambliss Natl. Bank.
' J. Brown.
Tydings Drug Store.
Marion Hardware Company.
Florida Title & Abstract Company.
E. L. Stapp.
E. H. Martin.
Ocala Manufacturing Company.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Company.
M. R. Williams.
J. M. Meffert.
Chas. E. Davis.
George Rentz, two books.
A. O. Cobb.
D. W. Tompkins.
' Commercial Bank.
Knight & Lang.
G rover Mcdure.
R. L. Anderson Jr.
G. D. Hogan Co.
Moses Grocery Co.
E. A. Osborn.
KENDRICK W. C. T. U.
The ladies of the W. C. T. U, met at
the usual hour Tuesday afternoon,
May 11th, at the Kendrick church.
On account of the inclemency of the
weather, many were precluded from
coming, who otherwise would have
ine meeting was opened witn a
scripture reading and prayer by the
president; followed by a song, "The
After the roll call the minutes of
the last two meetings were read and
The treasurer's report showed a
splendid increase in the funds, the re result
sult result of the recent ice cream supper.
A vote of thanks was extended to all
and especially the children for their
loyalty and assistance on this occa
The different committees were as
signed for the coming district con
vention to be held the 25th and 26th
of May. Owing to the district con
vention being here on our meeting
day, our next regular meeting will
be held at the church on Thursday
afternoon, June 8th.
Julia H. Webb, Press Supt
(Continued from Third Page)
Juue. toss in 4 In r waving brown hair
back from Iir siKtild-rs as th raised
up. "Don is .Mrs. Villanir
' "A KlLdit sprain." fxplaiiittl the nurse
brightly. Shf will bo able to go borne
In time for dinner thii evening. My.
but you folks bad a lucky accident!
You must He down until tbe doctor
Tea goinsr to get lip." announced
-Against orders. My dear, you must
6tay In bed until Dr. Ilemert says you
may get up.
"Is be tbe one with the funny red
sideburns? and June looked down
' Th Taxi Leaned Against a Tree.
pver the plain, coarse white nightgown
in which she bad been put to bed.
"Where are my clothes?
"You're not ready for them," and the
pretty nurse smiled In triumph. "Come
This last was In answer to a knock
on the door, but before It could open
June had bopped back Into bed with
one spring. She and the pretty nurse
were laughing at each other In the
sheer light hearted ness of youth when
the doctor, with tbe funny red skle
burns came In.
He was n Jovial doctor, and a verj
nice doctor indeed. He felt June'a
pulse and looked at her tongue and
prodded her a few times and examined
her bones, talking to her all the while
as if she were a little girl about ten
"Now, I am going to get up." pro
claimed June, as soon as the doctor
had gone away, and she swung her
pink feet mt of led again. "Where
are my clothes?"
"I'll get them for you." And the pret pretty
ty pretty nurse turned cheerfully to go.
"Oh. no; wait n minuter June's big
eyes were sparkling. "Please let me
try on one of your uniforms."
The pretty nurxe dimpled as she ad admired
mired admired her patient. June woufd look
"fetching In nurse's clothing. There
could be no question of that, but sh,
bdook ner beau.
"I'm afraid It wouldn't le permit permitted."
ted." permitted." "Just to try It on. begged Jnne.
"Let'n ask 4he head nurse."
It Beemed n tremendously daring
thing to do.
"I wouldn't risk 1L" And the pretty
nurse puckered her brows. Suddenly
"I'd like to make you a little present.
her face cleared. It was as if the sun
had popped out on a rainy day. "Yes,
I can! Mrs. Wade Is on duty this
morning. For a minute 1 thought It
was Miss Simmons."
"Isn't she nice? and June's round
eyes softened sympathetically.
"She's an old catf The pretty nurse
was very vehement about it. "Mrs.
Wade's a dear, though," and, hurrying
away, she brought the "dear" right
Mrs. Wade was a smiling woman
mi ling lips, smiling eyes, and tt seem seemed
ed seemed as If her hair smiled but she was
dubious about tbe uniform.
"It would be a radical Infraction of
the rules," she declared, with an ab absurd
surd absurd attempt at severity, "but we'll
ask Dr. Remert not to telL"
Lame back is usuaily 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.
V v . V", 'v V
' -ft, v..
-f ji n n
. With electric starter and lights $759
These prices are fob Detroit. Freight to Jacksonville,
on either model, S35.
Best and handsomest car on the market for anything
like the money.
Write, phone or call for demonstration of the Maxwell
Agent for MARION COUNTY,
(SREEM TURTLE SPHJF '
The finest sea food in the world. A -10 -pound Green Turtle, from the
Gulf of Mexico, will be served as long as it lasts, in the
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LOST Somewhere near Court Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy or M. & C bank,,a silk um umbrella,
brella, umbrella, 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 Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping:. Inquire at the Co
ROOMS & BOARD Four large front
rooms with board at special sum
mer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton Ilouse. 19-1 mo.
FOR SALE 25,000 sweet potato
slips at $1.50 per thousand. C. Y.
Miller, Ocala, Fla., 104 Tenth
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
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 itate
school at St. Augustine. Anybody
who needs her services please .notify
Dr. or Mrs. E. Van Hood, dh tf
FOR RENT Tnree unfurnished
rooms two blocks from courthouse;
lights and water furnished; bath
connected; rates reasonable. Call
phone 509. 4-tf
With electric starter and lights S725
11 cpTiji nn ttti
Five Passenger Touring Car
LOUIS N. LONG, Proprietor.
-CITY OF ETJL' 5 :!'!-.;
Ship KfciANiKKl. mt rtvm-t fir
Jjj JtiUrrALU usiiiy, ray let to U:c I tt IAV LJl U
m ten Cltfveimi t. An i-. .u.m ... iJA,ik
Uitgtitenmgh to ol mwm ch; fcea-rr r nocyh too.l a Iivtj p-r. m r'i i
lllmfumL9'0 pJ:' X at ebcess cl-ta tls teit t-i
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Uoi.or). Aj La pteHM J lacd rO.I Ca. C'icO. V
UK be. d.. punu,
Nature ar.d science combine to make it mo. Every precaution is talen
protect it from contamination while it goes throuzh the r,ro-es'c- . re result
sult result in a cube of jrlistening goodnesa.
Full weight and satisfactory nerrire go with this god ire r,f urs. t
half jour custom we dexerve it.
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