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UE1T1L DISPATCH IS
EtlOUGH OF ITS IfllOB IS KIHI, HOWEVER. 10 GIVE IMPRESStOfl THAT GERMA1IV WILL
HOT BE PLEASED WIIH IT
Washirgton, May 13. The presi president
dent president is' putting the finishing touches
to hi 3 note to Germany, demanding
guarantees that attacks on merchant merchantmen
men merchantmen carrying non-combatants shall
end, and for reparation for violations
of American rights in the war zone.
The note will be dispatched today. Its
contents will not be made public until
the note is coded and serifto Berlin.
This will probably be late -this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. '.
The United States government calls
attention to the sinking of the Falaba
with a loss of American life, German
airmen attacking tne American
Steamer Cushing, the torpedoing- of
the Gulflight and the Lusitania. It
declares, these attacks are indefensi indefensible,
ble, indefensible, under international law and usual
financial reparation will be sought,
though Germany is reminded that it
cannot restore the lives of those sac sacrificed.
rificed. sacrificed. Expressions of regret may comply
with legal precedent, but are value valueless
less valueless unless accompanied by a cessa cessation
tion cessation of the practices of endangering
the. lives of non-combatants and the
right of neutrals to travel any point
of the high seas, neutral ,and bellig belligerent
erent belligerent ships asserted. In the name of
humanity and international law the
United States demands a -guarantee
that thes?rightf ; be" r respected rand
that there lfflpno Vepetftion of the at attacks
tacks attacks on 4n$eaftfmencarrying non-
IT IS HOJKEDcGERMAN OFFICERS
The suggestion is made that the
German goverment. could not have in intended
tended intended to destroy innocent lives and
consequently the German submarine
commanders must have misunderstood
their instructions. The United States
indicated its hope that this would be
found trye "and that a cessation of the
unlawful practices would thereby re result.
sult. result. Germany's attention is called to the
earnestness of the government and of
the .people of the United States in
this situation. It is made plain that
the United States will leae nothing
unturned in either diplomatic rep representations
resentations representations or other actions to ob obtain
tain obtain a compliance by Germany to the
requests made. Strict accounting is
therefore now asked from Germany.
The note throughout is couched in
friendly tones, but unmistakable firm firmness.
ness. firmness. No indication is given of the
steps to be taken by the United
States in the event of an unfavorable
IT" WILL BE MADE PUBLIC THIS
Secretary Bryan announced that
the note was of between 1200 and 1500
in length, and that it would be made
public late today. A few changes are
believed to have been made in the
document, the main principles of
which were outlined in the cabinet
meeting Tuesday. While couched in
friendly terms, it is firm. It does not i
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THE STAR IS
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say what action will be taken -in
event of an unfavorable reply from
Germany, but indicates that the
United States will spare no pains
either by diplomatic representations
or otherwise to obtain acquiescence.
NOTE IS ON THE WAY
The note from the United States
to Germany, demanding that attacks
on merchantmen carrying non-combatants
shall cease,' was dispatched
to Berlin this afternoon.
A special guard of plain clothes
.policemen was placed around the Ger
man embassy today. Heretofore uni
formed police have been there. -Officials
say it was merely a precaution.
' x EFFORTS FOR PEACE
Henry Clews, Life Long Republican,
Gave Honor to the President
Cleveland, 6., May 13. Henry
Clews, addressing the world's court
congress here today, praised Presi President
dent President Wilson's efforts,, for peace and
said that while yielding tot none ..his
lifelong devotion to republican.v:prini4
ciples,-he must give aue.credjt.iQ. tne
present administration for its" accom accomplishments
plishments accomplishments f or the. cause of peace.
President Wilson has done noble
work. Clews' said he believed uni universal
versal universal peace through an international
court would ukimately prevail.
SOUTHERN BAPTIST STAND
BY THE PRESIDENT
Houston, Tex., May 13. The South Southern
ern Southern Baptist Convention in session
here today adopted resolutions ap-:
proving the stand by President Wil Wilson
son Wilson in the international relations of
the United States, since the begin beginning
ning beginning of the European war.
Dr. Lansing Burrows of Americus,
Ga., was unanimously re-elected pres president.
ident. president. The vice-presidents elected in included
cluded included B. C. Henning of Elizabeth
City, N. C, and H. C. Moore, of Ra Raleigh,
leigh, Raleigh, N. C, was chosen as one of the
ADKINS KNOCKED IT OUT
Maypoles Bill Referring to Educa Educational
tional Educational Matters
Tallahassee, May 13. Representa Representative
tive Representative Adkins of Alachua county has
succeeded in killing, in the House, the
Mapoles .House joint resolution, No
141 proposing certain amendments to
the constitution affecting the distri distribution
bution distribution of school funds and other mat matters.
ters. matters. Blank books and office supplies at
The Murray Company. 13-3t
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This Season's Styles
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OCALA, PLOKIDA THWISDAY, MAY 13, 1915
THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
BLY LATE THIS
Oldest Surviving Confederate Brig Brigadier,
adier, Brigadier, Has Answered the
Washington, May 13. W. W. Kirk Kirk-land,
land, Kirk-land, brigadier general in the Con Confederate
federate Confederate army is dead here, aged 82.
ALABAMA PAPERS MUST
CUT OUT LIQUOR ADS
Montgomery, May 13. The Ala Alabama
bama Alabama supreme court today held as
constitutional, the anti-liquor adver advertising
tising advertising law recently passed by the leg legislature',..
islature',.. legislature',.. It bars liquor advertising
from newspapers published or sold
in the state.
FROM THE CEMETERY
A great deal of just indignation
has been aroused by the actions of
unknown parties, who have been
stealing flowers from the r cemetery.
A' number of Easter1 lilies-' "atrcf other
carefully selected-- fi5wefs rfrt
carefully -selected-flowers -In-" Vases,
placed, on the graves,5 have" be$ri fak-;
en. Such ah -actf2 desecVatton:as
well as theft, -'and. will Se'punlshetT'io.
the extent', of-" the law if the guilty
persons are discovered.
SPENDING THE SHEKELS
Appropriations by, this Legislature
will Cause Taxes to Increase
Tallahassee, May 13. Present in indications'
dications' indications' are that this session of the
Florida legislature will exceed iA ex extra
tra extra appropriations any N session ever
held. Usually about $100,000 extra
is. needed after a session, but already
the present session "has called for
$250,000 over the usual appropria appropriations,
tions, appropriations, in addition to $50,000 increase
in salaries. Unless vetoed, the bills
now pending will require an extra
state tax levy, of 1 or 2 mills. .-. -.
OCALA SECOND TEAM
Baseball Friday Ocala's second
team vs. Oklawaha first nine. There
will be a good game and a good crowd
is expected. Lets get together and
see which of the boys will make the
first team next year. There was a
good crowd out to see Citra and Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield play, so lets go and see the
second team contest for honors with
We now have on hand a full line 1
stock feed ccrn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
Fashions and war in magazines at
The Murray Company. 13-3t
Begins Promptly at
9 A. M.
Look at the Window
J I ir V
IG niDE CREW, HOl'ffl, TOOK THEIR
BOM THRU THE DARDANELLES
London, March 13. The British
battleship Goliath has been torpedoed
in the Dardanelles. Only twenty offi officers
cers officers and 1C0 men out of her com com-pletement
pletement com-pletement are known to have been
saved. First Lord of the Admiralty
Churchill told the House of Commons
today he feared the death" list would
The Goliath is one of the older
British battleships. She is the third
British battleship, whose loss in the
Dardanelles has been announced by
the British government.
DASH THRU THE DADANELLES
Mr. Churchill also announced that
the British submarine E-14 had pen
etrated through the Dardanelles inCo
the Sea of Marmora, sinking two
Turkish gunboats and a Turkish
MAXWELL MADE IT-
IN 53 MINUTES
Fast Run from St. Augustine to the
South Jacksonville Ferry
The elapsed time of 53 minutes and
3Q seconds was the t record run made
yesterday from St. Augustine to the
South Jacksonville' ferry by Bob
Shacklefofd in a Maxwell stock tour touring
ing touring car.'
And it all happened because of a
conversation which previously had
run as follows:
"I tell you Bob, it can't be done in
less than an hour. Why, Harvey Car Carmen
men Carmen did his be this spring, and that
was qne hour and seventeen minutes,
so you could not hope to beat that "in
a "life .'time. There is a stretch of
."itr r-".e"--Anere 13 a sireicn oi
along"- aboufc fur:railes from South
Jacksonyillo.-thB t will drive you into
fow, gear the- minute your car touches
This was the rniment that might
have been heard ;n the Seminole ho hotel
tel hotel a few evenings -"o. Most of the
boys had been over the thirtv-seven
miles between South Jacksonville and
St. Augustine. However, "Bob
Shackleford, the Maxwell dealer at
Lake City and a representative from
the Maxwell factories said they
would take a chance with any old re record.
cord. record. After a little arguing back and
forth it was decided that Bob and a
representative of the Maxwell fac
tory who is in town this week were
to try to break the record in a Max Maxwell
well Maxwell touring car.
Yesterday afternoon the fenders
and windshield and top were removed
from the car which has been doing
the gasoline test runs out in the
western part of the state, and after
lunch the start for St. Augnstine was
At the other end of the run the tank
was filled with the best of gasoline
and at 3:20 o'clock the word to go was
?iven by G. G. Gleason, who sells
Maxwells in St. Augustine. When the
car stopped at the South Side ferry
the elapsed time was 53:30 and Bob
says he will wager he can reduce that
figure five minutes at any time, if the
start is made at daybreak when there
is no traffic on the road. Times Times-Union,
Union, Times-Union, May 8th.
R R. Carroll is agent for Ocala and
Mal-ion county for the Maxwell and
has a car like this one to show you.
WHOLE FAMILY DEPENDENT
Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio,
write1: "Our whole family depend on
Pine-Tar-Honey." Maybe some one in
vour familv has a severe cold per per-hans
hans per-hans it is the baby. The original Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is an ever
ready household remedy it gives im immediate
mediate immediate relief. Pine-Tar-Honey pene penetrates
trates penetrates the linings of the throat and
lungs, destroys the germs, and allows
nature to act. At your druggist, 25c.
Try one of thos- frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
HOW MRS HARROD GOT RID
OF HER STOMACTI 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 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..f rom pain in .the stomach," writes
Mrs. Linda Ilarrpd. Fort Wayne, Ind
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
CHANCE FOR MR. CUTHILL
If He will Come Forward with Some
Good Plan, he will Receire Fav Favorable
orable Favorable Attention
Editor Star: Your reply to Mr.
Cuthill under the head "Censure of
Our City," scorpion-like has a sting
and the sting is in. the tail end.
"What has Cuthill done?"
As an older man and citizen of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, with larger interests in
both country and city than Mr. Cuth Cuthill,
ill, Cuthill, and considerable more experience
in life, I will state that before know knowing
ing knowing the city and. its business men. I
mistakenly sometimes felt aggrieved.
The closer relations and better knowl
edge taught me something.
First, I found the city paid about
fifty per cent of the total taxes of the
county and had only one-fifth the say
on the county board as to distribu
tion of the county funds.
Secondly, I find that many of the
gentlemen Mr. Cuthill criticises pay
more taxes .in one year than Mr.
Cuthill is likely to have paid all his
Thirds I believe some' of the same
gentlemen worked harder, gave
more of their time and money directly
in the interest of the country farmer
m a few months than Mr. Cuthill is
likely to have given all his life, and
if Mr. Cuthill will investigate, or if he
will consult with some of the farm
ers who have helped by advice and
consultation with business men in
the Board of Trade, I think he will
agree with me that he should inves investigate
tigate investigate before he criticises.
If Mr. Cuthill, in his superior wis
dom, has under his hat any well de
fined plan for the amelioration of
evils he complains of, there is a broad
and warm welcome and assurance of
cooperation for him or any other
farmer at the meetings of the Board
of Trade, which undoubtedly, through
lack of investigation and absolute ig
norance of its work, he unjustly crit
We have a few city men of tha
Cuthill type, who grouch, .erumble
and sneer at every attempt of those
who work and give time and money
towards public interests; yet contri
bute nothing but gas and grouch.
What the country and city needs is
common-sense cooperation, advice and
encouragement, and this takes a full-
sized man. But it takes the smallest
calibre of manhood to criticise and
flout city against country and coun
try against city.
Fortunately, not many fanners
hold with Mr. Cuthill's erroneous
views, and certainly none of the farm
ers who have investigated, given their
time and money towards the better
ment of conditions that Mr. Cuthill
Every interest of the city business
man demands his hearty cooperation
towards securing the good will and
betterment of the country farmer.
HAD BETTER RETURN. HOME
Good Advice Giren to Americans by
Washington, May 13. An uncon
firmed report late yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon states that Ambassador Gerard
in Berlin has been requested to notify
Americans in Germany to return
home as soon as possible in order to
protect them in the event of -anti-American
outbreaks after the presi
dent's note to the German foreign of
fice is published in Germany.
SOME FORMS OF
Rheumatism is a disease character
ized by pains in the joints and in the
muscles. The most common form?
are: acute and chronic rheumatism
rheuamtic headaches, sciatic rheuma rheumatism
tism rheumatism and lumbaeo. All of these types
can be helped absolutely by applying
some eood liniment that penetrates
An application of Sloan's Liniment
two or three times a day to the affect affected
ed affected part will give instant relief. Sloan's
Liniment is good for pain, and espe
cially rheumatic pain, because it pen
etrates to the seat of the trouble
soothes the afflicted part and draws
the pain. "Sloan's Liniment is al
medicine. uet a Zoc bottle now
Keep it handy in case of emergency,
DRUG TURKS III DAHDANELLES M
RUSSIANS 111 GAUM REIIEFORGED AUSTRIA FfiEPi'ED f
London, May 13. Unofficial re
ports from the Dardanelles say the
allies have won important successes.
The Turks are said to be losing
ground steadily, in land fighting and
the effectiveness of the Turkish forts
have been impaired by the allied war warships.
The possibility of a final Austro-
German victory in Galicia is said by
the Russian war office to have been
eliminated. The Russians, now strong strongly
ly strongly reinforced, are preparing to take
CAPTURED A GER.MAN CAPITAL
An official statement from Cape
town announces the capture of Wind-
hook, th"e capital of German South
Austria is preparing to proclaim a
state, of siege along the Italian front
in case of war. The exodus of Itali
ians from. Austria continues. Italy
has not yet reached a decision. The
king may -put.the final step up to the';
Italian,. parliament.! :
ITALY DETERMINED TO GO-IN
Geneva, May 13. The" correspond
ent at Rome of the Journal De Gen Geneva
eva Geneva says he is able to affirm that
Italy's intervention in the war had
been absolutely decided on.
"The government the correspond correspondent
ent correspondent adds, "shortly will take -steps
which will leave no. doubt about
Italy's intentions' arid when the cab cabinet
inet cabinet appears before parliament May
20 that body will ratify an accom accomplished
plished accomplished fact."
AWFUL SLAUGHTER AMONG
GERMANS AND AUSTRIANS
Geneva, May" 13. A dispatch from
Cracow says the Austrian and Ger German
man German losses since May 1st amount to
165,000 officers and men. The Rus Russian
sian Russian losses in prisoners is placed at
BROUGHT IN SEVERAL BODIES
Queenstown, May 13. The bodies
of nine men and eight women who
perished when the Lusitania sank,
comprising those taken ashore at
Bandon and other Irish coast points,
were brought here yesterday by .a
tug. The only body" of a first-class
passenger to be promptly identified
was that of Percy' Secombe, of Peter
borough, Ontario. :
A Lusitania lifeboat bearing the
bodies of three women and two boys,
adrift since Friday, is reported ashore
AMERICANS IN FRANCE DE-
Paris, May 13 More than 100
Americans in Paris have signed the
following cablegram to President
"We, the undersigned, having ob-l
served strict neutrality though living
amid the horrors of war, now feel
that in justice to our conditions and
in order to preserve our self-respect.
we must voice an indignant -and ener
getic protest against the sinking of
the Lusitania, an act preeminent in
its savagery and which places the re responsible
sponsible responsible government outside civilized
HOT WATER TANK FOR SALE
A large, new, galvanized hot water
tank and connections for kitchen
range. Apply at Star office." dh-tf
SWEET PEAS FOR SALE
Beautiful sweet peas for sale, by
the dozen or bundled: packed "for
mailing if desired. M. J..Roess. phone
Buy your arugs fromGerig's. Qual Qual-ity
ity Qual-ity the best always. 4-27-tf
Pit ESS TIME
BEATEN BACK INTO
Ottoman Fleet Shotfa Marked Infer Inferiority
iority Inferiority to Its Muscovite
Petrograd, May 13. The Russian
Black Sea fleet bombarded the Eos Eos-phonis
phonis Eos-phonis forts for the fourth time Mc-a-day.
The Turkish fleet emerged to
give battle but was driven back. Thn
Turkish cruiser Goeben was fcadly
damaged. The "Russians destroyed
and sunk three large Turkish ships
Terrific assaults in the Carpathian l
have forced the Russians to retreat
from the Beskid ranges but in order orderly
ly orderly fashion, and practically all of tha
artillery was saved. The new Has
sian lines are intact. The enemy ix
checked. German claims of succttsct
in Galicia are false."
BELLEVIEW CIVIC LEAGUE
.. Be4leyiew,"May' 12.- The members
cf ihe CivicLcague held their regular
meeting Tuesday" afternoon, which
1 was well attended. After the routir.t
business a social hour was spent in
honor of Mrs. Nellie Buih, who UZl
Wednesday for her home in Quincy,
Mass. Grape juice and fruit punch
was served with dainty wafers. Mrs.
Adam Hafner Gray's eulogy on a
country churchyard, which was well
applauded. The ladies were sorry net
to have had Mrs. E. T. Doolittle with
them, but the Doolittles left on the
noyon train for Jacksonville to taka
the steamer for New York. They
expect to reach their home in .Short
Beach', Conn., Saturday afternoon.
Next Monday Mr. and Mrs. I. Frank
Haviland will leave on the midnight
train for their home in Bridgeport,
Conn. They leave us. a little earlier
this year to visit their son in Phil Philadelphia.
adelphia. Philadelphia. The Civic League wishes
their members a safe journey to their,
respective homes and hopes to see
them back early in the falL
" The president of the league receiv received
ed received a card from Mrs. Caroline lioor-
head, agent for the bureau of plant
industry, asking to have Miss Wells
give the league a lecture and dem demonstration
onstration demonstration on domestic science, but as
there are so few of the members we
thought it would not be advisable at
this time. The Civic League expects
to take up such work in the fall and
hopes to have the opportunity of
hearing- Miss Wells lecture in the
near future. The treasurer, Mrs. I.
F. Haviland, gave a report in full for
the season and received a vote of
thanks for the able manner she has
handled the funds a club house to be
proud of with money in bank.
Flemington, May 12. The elation
felt by the people of this community
over the passage of the Eloxhara
county bill by the House cf Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives was shown by an entertain entertainment
ment entertainment and dance given by Mr. and
Mrs. E. D. Mathews Friday evening,
last. The warm hospitality cf the
host and hostess was enjoyed by a
large number of friends, among when
were Mrs. Hudson of Denmark, S. C-,
Mr. Dupuis and charming daughter cf
Mcintosh, and many others. Tht
music was furnished by Messrs.
Clarence Chitty and Fred and Charlla
Lame back" is usually dse to rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most lll:dy
to suffer from it. Relief may i i. ; i
by massaging tne bzek. with Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment two cr thxea t;r i
a day. Try it. Obtainable rcryvrhc:
L U J Ij
OCALA EVENiNG STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
U. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Ren'jamin, Editor
Entered at Ocra. Fla., pcstoffice as secona class matter.
One year, in advance. .
Blx months, in advance. .... 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
On month, in advance..... .50
Even the Maine had no women and
children on board.
Some of our contemporaries demur
at criticism of the United States
navy. Perhaps some of the criticism
is unjust. But it is better for the
people to think it is worse- than it is
than better. We can't do anything in
this country without criticism.
The Ocala Star wants a scrap with
Germany. All right the next boat
sails Saturday. Clearwater Sun.
You shouldn't misrepresent your
contemnoraries. Brother Powell. The
Star doesn't want war and hasn't
said it wanted war. If this country
goe3 into war, the Star will try to do
at least as much as the Sun.
It is generally agreed that this is
a mighty good legislature, and it is
trying to pass laws to make every everybody
body everybody else good. Claude L'Engle says
it will soon be a crime to do anything
except sit on the church steps. This
will be good for Claude, who proba probably
bly probably has not got that near a church in
a longjtwae. Lakeland Telegram.
ow many people who go to cnurcn
are as outspoken against evil as
Claude L'Engle has been.
Sinking the Lusitania, which had
among its passengers a number of
babies less than a year old, puts Em Emperor
peror Emperor William in the same class with
King Herod. Unfortunately, no offi
cial figures have come down from the
episode as to the "number of babies
slain at Bethlehem, but all things
considered it is to be supposed there
were more than sank with the Lusi
tania. So it is not certain that Wil Wil-helm
helm Wil-helm can be awarded first place as
baby-butcher of history, but after a
lapse of nineteen centuries it is quite
safe to give him the second.
Reports of ill treatment of Ger
mans in England are very bad, but
as the Germans have been telling us
of our people lost with the Lusitania,
it is only what is to be .expected
About the first result of the sinking
of that ship was to lash the unreas
oning among the British to blind fury,
and cause'them to vent their rage on
the innocent and unarmed, neighbors.
We have a great many Germans in
America. If we should be driven to
war with their fatherland, we hope
Americans will make it their special
business to protect them. It would
be a disgrace for us to act otherwise
The Star has received from the As
sociated Press the report of Viscount
Bryce, former ambassador to the
United States, the "head of the com
mission appointed to investigate out
rages committed by the Germans in
Belgium. The report covers severa
columns and is too lengthy for the
Star to print; however, as it is pub
lished in all of the larger papers car
rying Associated Press dispatches, it
is. easy for any of our readers to ob
tain it. The Star has also received
the official report of the French gov government
ernment government of outrages committed by
Germans in Northern France. It is
contained in a good-sized pamphlet
whose pages are filled with instances
pf rape, murder and robbery. O
course, these reports are compiled by
the enemies of Germany, and must be
discounted for that reason. The
American people, however, are more
willing to believe them than they were
a week ago. Also, some evidence that
they are partly truthful is given by
the' Germans themselves, who clain
they found it necessary to make ex examples
amples examples in order to warn the civilian
population of Belgium and Northern
France against resisting their troops.
We do not suppose the Germans have
behaved much if any worse than the
soldiers of any other European nation
One year- in advance J 8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
would have in a foreign country.
The Germans claim' that the Rus Russians
sians Russians in East Prussia have been as
awful in their outrages as the armies
of Tilly and Wallinstein during the
thirty years war. And it is very like likely
ly likely that if Germany loses in the war,
and her soil is overrun, her non non-combatants
combatants non-combatants will pay heavily for the
crimes charged against her soldiers.
What Americans should heed is that
any army or men on foreign soil is
about as bad as an army of rattle rattlesnakes,
snakes, rattlesnakes, and that they should safe safeguard
guard safeguard their own land against such a
BOARD OF TRADE
The Board of Trade had a slender-y-attended
but interesting meeting
One of the principal matters dis
cussed was good roads and the possi
bility of bringing the Dixie highway
or a branch of it thru Ocala. All the
prominent good roads advocates in
the state are anxious for Secretary
Rooney -to attend the meeting of the
highway commission in Chattanooga
May 20, and several have written
urging him to go as he could do good
work for the state as well as Ocala.
The following telegram was read
Jacksonville, May 12, 1915.
Marion County Board of Trade:
Urge your representatives to vote
for the Wood highway commission bill
without amendments, as reported fav
orably by the Senate and House good
roads committee arid passed by the
Senate. Immediate action is neces
sary as we fear proposed amend
ments may endanger the bill.
Jacksonville Cham. Commerce.
The board received a visit from
Mrs. Moorhead, who was accompanied
by Miss Wells, assistant to Miss Har
ris in county demonstration work.
Each of the ladies gave a short talk,
in which they complimented the board
for its helpful spirit in pushing on
canning club work. Miss Wells con
siders it-the best board in Florida in
this particular. She referred to Mr.
Rooney's visit to Tallahassee, one of
the results pf which is that a big can
ning machine company will make
Ocala its center of operations, and of
fer prizes for excellence, -in canning
;lhe members of the board- were
much pleased with the handsome and
convenient manner in which Mr,
Rooney had fitted up the new head headquarters."
quarters." headquarters." There is less space than at
the former stand, but everything is
comfortable and good-looking.
It is to be inferred by what has
been given out of President Wilson's
intentions, that he desires to draw al
neutral nations together to protect
their people and commerce against
the impositions of the nations at war,
A very good plan if he can carry i
thru. If the United States, Holland
and the three Scandinavian nations
would join in a league with the
threat to throw their weight agains
the side that should impose on them
first, they would likely be let alone
Their united power could easily turn
the scale. President Wilson, how however,
ever, however, can obtain more, immediate and
lasting results by notifying Germany
if American rights are not respected,
and reparation made for loss of Am American
erican American lives, the United States would
join the allies. That. is our natural
policy at present. The allies have
not treated us very well, but they
haven't killed any of our people.
"Fair Play," in another column,
gives the best of advice. It is not
for the people of Marion county,
whether they live inside or out of the
limits of Ocala, to pull against each
other, to try to set the county against
the town, or vice versa. Healthy crit criticism
icism criticism is needful and welcome.
Grouches should not be cultivated.
The town couldn't live if it wasn't for
the county. But the county finds the
town quite useful to the county. It is
useless to expect the people of either
county or town to be thinking of the
public good all the time. People have
to attend to their own interests
somewhat, if they make any progress.
The Star thinks there are some
things Ocala has not done for the
county .that it could and should do.
However, Ocala has done much; more,
in our opinion, than the average
county town. The writer has lived
here more than a score of years and
has had a good opportunity to ob observe
serve observe the feeling between town and
country. Most of it is kind and
mutually helpful, and so far as we
can see it becomes more that way as
time goes on.
SUNDAY BULLETIN SERVICE
A number of our readers have in
quired why we did not supply them
with Sunday bulletins.
It is easy to give the reason. It
would cause us much extra expense
and work for absolutely no extra pay.
We furnishing the reading public
bulletins for three Sundays last Sep
tember. They cost several dollars a
day in tolls, and several hours in
work and brought in not one cent.
We have inquired of the Associat
ed Press, and it informes us that it
will furnish us with Sunday bulletins
if we will Day the tolls, which is a
very generous offer indeed.
That tyrannical corporation, the
Western Union, however, insists on
being paid for its juice and the time
of its operators. Consequently, in
spile Ul uic puuiiv: spuiv ui uic x .,
we cannot obtain bulletins without
Also, a bulletin comes in skeleton,
and unless filled out by somebody
who knows how, is unintelligible to the
However, we will make our readers
If a dozen or so of them will chip
in a quarter apiece, we will obtain a
bulletin every Sunday morning from
the Associated Press. Also, the edi
tor will lose his beauty sleep on that
date by getting up at 9 o'clock in
stead of 11, to receive, interpret and
write out on a typewriter the said
bulletin, copies of which will be post
ed at the Star office and two other
places in town.
If you want to come in on this,
you must decide in a hurry, as the
order for bulletins must be sent Sat
urday before noon.
UNRIVALED AND UNEN VIED
When the war in Europe shall be
ended and the years shall pass and
history shall be written by sober sober-minded
minded sober-minded and unbiased students, the
record, to be handed down from gen generation
eration generation to generation of men will be
Never did a Russian ship destroy
without warning a passenger ship of
an enemy carrying women and chil children,
dren, children, allowing non-combatants no
chance to escape.
Never did a British ship make such
an attack. 1
Or a French.
Or a ship flying the flag of Italy.
Or an American, a Danish, a Swed Swedish,
ish, Swedish, a Spanish, a Portuguese, a Bra
zilian, a Dutch, a Norwegian, a Chil-
eian or other South American, a Chi
nese or a Japanese.
Germany has won a place unique in
Imagine what the verdict of hu humankind
mankind humankind would have been had the in
novation of torpedoing, without warn
ing, passenger ships, been introduced
by the Japanese!
What would be the comment of Dr
Dernberg and Mr. Ritter were a na nation
tion nation of yellow people, whose civiliza
tion is looked upon with doubt, whom
Emperor William has warned against
as a "yellow peril," been guilty of the
The German navy has won a re
nown that none rivals.
And that, under God's mercy, none
envies. Columbia, S. C, State.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir. May 12. Rev.
E. C. Albertson went to Ocala last
Thursday and came hack the same
Miss Irene Gates went to Webster
last Monday. Miss Gates expects to
be gone eight or ten weeks. She wil
be the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. E.
Mr. C. W. Willard and family left
here last Monday for their northern
home in Westerly, R. I.
Mrs. 'Pence and daughter, Mrs. E
B. Sherman, were in Ocala one day
last week shopping.
The hard rain that we had Satur Saturday
day Saturday night and Sunday did lots of
good all over the state and it helped
our melon growers out wonderfully.
The thunder shower that came
Tuesday afternoon did a lot of dam damage
age damage at Weirsdale. It struck Earl
Simmons house and killed his wife
and little boy.
The Athletic Club of Weirsdale
gave a pillau last Saturday night
which was enjoyed by all who were
Mr. Paul" Schmidt has gone to
Manatee to pack tomatoes. He ex expects
pects expects to be away two months.
Mr. Sam Elder has gone to house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping in the McDonald house by
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
(Continued from Yesterday)
They all isuve laui;bel at that, ana i
wituui u tvsv minutes June was iu ai
stiff white uniform, with a prim little
cap on her he:id. and was walking
dately Into Mrs. Vi Hard's nni. She i
paused on the threshold. Gilbert Blye i
was there! As he causht sight of her
June saw the jrlow of admiration leap ;
into hU black ere.-. She half turned to
j go in her emb.-irrasstneut. but Mrs. VII-
lard stopped her.
-Come here, you pretty thing." she
called, and as June shyly came to the
bedside Mrs. VII lard laughed, and
Blje joined her.
Dr. iCemort came, in and expressed
his profound astonishment at how
grown up June' looked in a uniform
and tweaked the pink ear lol which
peeped from beneath the trim little
cap. The head nurse and the nurse
with the pink cheeks and the phenom phenomenally
enally phenomenally thin nurse crowded In to ad admire
mire admire June; then Dr. Iiemert scattered
them so that Mrs. Villard should have
some, rest before her next bandaging,
and he took Juue with him for a
round of the wards. He gave her a
thermometer to carry so she should
look useful as well as ornamental.
She came back from that round of
the wards rather thoughtfully. She
had seen so much pain and sorrow nnd
suffering, wan children and wan moth mothers
ers mothers and wan men who should have
been strong, and In the light of all
their woes her own problem seemed
foolish and Insignificant.
In Mrs. Villard's room as June ap approached
proached approached the door she heard voices,
among them Orin Cunningham's. She
turned away and went across the hall
to the room where the Injured chauf chauffeur
feur chauffeur lay. He was in considerable
pain, the pretty nurse said, but he lay
there smiling, with great cheerfulness
upon his roughly molded countenance.
1 guess Til be laid up for a week
or ten days. he stated, with a grin.
"That's n long time to be confined In
a narrow little room." sympathized
The head. nurse brought her bit of
sunshine Into the room.
"How are you feeling?" she asked.
"Then you can probably stand n
pleasant surprise." smiled Mrs. Wade
"You have n visitor."
"Oh!" The nunshlne left the rough roughly
ly roughly molded face, but the grin was back
in a minute. "Say. tell her the doctor
says I ain't to be talked to long. And
can't one of you nurses stay here to
make It strong?"
His grin was so confiding that the
head nurse grinned back at him. She
was a woman of much experience.
'Of course you must not be talked
to very king." she agreed. "And you
should have a nurse with you to take
care of you." She looked at June a
moment; then her eyes twinkled. "1
think 1 11 leave this one."
"Much obliged." And the manturn-
d his cheerful grin to June, who sat
flown primly at the head of the bed.
The man sank back when the head
nurse left and looked as feeble as he
could. IIJs nurse was smoothing the
pillows when the door opened, and
there came in a large, heavy Jawed
woman, with a long ostrich feather on
her hat. half a dozen cheap rings ou
her fingers and two buttons hanging
loosely on her coat, one by a single
"Well, well. Joe!" she said lu a heavy
voice, and she stared ut June. "Didn't
I always tell you you'd get it?" She
bent over and kissed her husband as a
matter of propriety. "Hurt you much?
"Something tierce! huskily murmur
ed Joe and half closed his eyes.
"Tough luck: said the woman
"You wouldn't take out that uccideut
Insurance I wanted you to. and now I
suppose I cau starve."
"Oh, well, you ain't done It yet!" ob
jected the man. his tone losing some of
Its feebleness. "I guess you cau get
along till 1 can get out ofAbls. 1 give
you every cent I ever make."
"I guess that's a lot!" And the worn
an sat down with a thump.
"Thirty dollars last week."
"And how much the week before?"
"Well, it was a rotten week." And
the man turned his eyes toward June,
who looked steadfastly out of the win window.
dow. window. There being no help from that
quarter, he proceeded in helping him himself.
self. himself. "You got enough to run yo"u for
ten days. You know you have. Come
on, Alice, be sociable."
"Oh, I can come ou all right, and 1
can be sociable all right, but sup suppose
pose suppose you dou't get out of here in ten
days! Then what do I do? Starve. 1
guess! Say, bow do you come to be in
a private room?" She looked at June
and sniffed. "And with a private
"The good sport that picked us up
put me here."
The woman surveyed the bare little
room. There were no curtains at the
windows, uo upholstering, no softening
graces of any kind on the white -enam
eled fittings, but it had an immense su superiority,
periority, superiority, the cause of which she could
not fathom. It was absolutely clean,
and she paid an unconscious tribute to
"Why, it's better than I got It at
homef she complained. The man
turned his head over and back again.
but he said nothing.
"Say, the woman went on. "the fel
low tJaat siient the money for to I room
5 0 c er 5und
We have the best 50c pound
box Chocolates ever offered
in Ocala. Each one-pound
box contains from fifteen to
eighteen varieties, including
Nugatines. Cherries, Straw Strawberries,
berries, Strawberries, Ginger, Raisins, Co Co-coanuts,
coanuts, Co-coanuts, Butter Toffee and
Fresh shipment just received.
and Hie ptivaie nurse would have done
better ti let you in tlie public ward
and jiive .vu nnev f,r yonr
June, nf ihe wtiidow. moved imps
Nurv. .ti. il.p man. cnn you jjei
me niv i;M.t
Jum .j in'.l Hie door of the tiny
white wardrole In the comer
and lToii-ht out the man's- trousers,
handing tliciii down w.'th the tii of
her thiimh awl forefinger. The wo woman
man woman ttH.k ihfui :ind deftly ran her
hand- into tlieuH-ket
"Seven urn-rive." she reported and
clicked the money into her purse. She
hung the trousers in the wardrobe and
phut the d..r. "That'll help a little
Did you get your pay for this drive?"
"Not yet. Alice."
"Well, you tell me who It was. and
I'll go after It!" She" had turned from
the TV. I n rul i ii twl xeaa TemTilnm
tray which sstootl on Its folding stand
by the wall. She lifted the napkin.
"My Cod!" she exploded "A hot hothouse
house hothouse peach! And you didn't eat It all
nt that! You know what I had for my
breakfast? Coffee and sinkers and
hash! And here yon are living on
the fat of the laud!"
"Looky here. Alice!" The man had
raised p in bed. and there was a
twitch of pain at the comers of his
lips as he stretched ont an oil black blackened
ened blackened fore6nger.
June whirled from the window with
a nap of her big eyes. She still car carried
ried carried the thermometer which Dr. Remert
had given her. Now she thrust it in
the man's mouth, put a band at the
n'i i :
June Was In a Stiff Whit Uniform.
back of his neck and gently forced
"The time's np. she crisply told the
woman. Her voice was low and soft,
and the visitor puzzled afterward as to
how It could be so effective without
shouting. June went to the door and
opened It. aware that the eyes of Joe
were fixed on her In undying gratitude.
- The woman looked doubtfully nt her
husband, but the figure at thedoor
waa so Inflexible that she succumbed
(Continued on Page Three)
Mclver & MacKay
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MERCHANTS & MINERS TRAN3.C0
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, Coml. Agt.
J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
City Ticket Office, 25 Ilogan Street,
i t ... t y
BAD TASTE AND
Is in evidence when you wear a soiled Palm Beach suit. We are pre prepared
pared prepared to clean them on short notice at a reasonable price, there therefore
fore therefore there's no need for' wearing them in a-soiled condition. We
clean and press them entirely by hand, doing4 away with the hard
wear caused by machinery. Only .soft water used. Call phone 21 and
let us show you how neatly we can clean your suit.
IMPERIAL SIE1 LAU
IT "PRESERVES YOUR HOUSE AND BARN TO
PAINT THEM. THAT PAYS.
IT MAKES THE HOUSE LOOK BETRER; IT WILL
MAKE YOU FEEL BETTER. BRIGHTENS UP THINGS.
OUR PAINTS LAST.
PHONE 1 18, -
ROOM AND BATH
. OCALA, FLORIDA v
75c to $1.50 NO .IIIGIim
Dining: Room with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the House
rx.ECTitie kij'Vatoi: sf.kvici; -imioxks in all nrnnts
LOUIS W. LONG, Prop.
The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND DATII
UK BE OS
Nature and science combine to make it su. F.verjr precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes throuzh the processes which re re-salt
salt re-salt in a cube of listening goodne.
Fall weight and satisfactory servire go with this good ire of mirs. Let tm
hsTe jour custom we deserve it.
Cicala Ice &'PacMinig
JAMES COLEMAN ED MATHEWS M. D. JONES
OCALA PUBLIC GARAGE
Now Open and Completely Equipped and Solicits Your Business
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, hone shoeing, etc.,
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 Bank HuiMinp)
OCALA .... FLORIDA
This is our
Manufactured for the pressing; of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being:
heated by steam, it can not torch.
The pressure being- direct, not sliding-,
it can not uvar cr tear. Call and see
it do the woik
Ocala Steam Laundry
Thone 101 402-404 South Main St. Y,
FOR A DOLLAR
FOR A DOLLAR
CARPENTER AND hi ILDKH
reful Estimate Mcdi on all Cc
Ta;t Work. Gives More and C ;t
Work for the Mcr.ey than Any O
Contractor ia the City.
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1915
"A NIGHT'S ADVENTURE
Lubinr two-reel drama.
"THE LADY KILLER"
"BRONCHO BILLY AND VIGILANTES"
S. & A, Drama.
"THE FATES AND FLORA FLOURISH"
Vitagraph Comedy, Featuring Clara Kimball Young.
1 :- yL
IBM Mew Mimes
Hemp and Milan Shapes
Regular $2 and $3 values, on Dollar Day for only
: .$1 -00
OH Hfl OFF TRIMMED HATS Ofl flfi
O ti lOU Already Marked Down O U IIU
Fine Lo! of Panamas
From $2 50 to $5 values, on Dollar Day for only
!l -AFFLECK- MILLINERY PARLOR
Land Surveying, Leveling, Drainage, Maps, Plats, Profiles
AH kinds of Tracings or Draughting
FLORIDA TITLE ABSTRACT CORPORATION
Tine Commeraal Baili
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.
After Fear Years of Discouraging
Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave
Up in Despair. Husband
Came to Rescue.
Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter
from this place, Airs. Bettie Bullock
writes as lollows : I suffered for four
years, with womanly troubles, and during
this time, I could only sit up for a little
while, and could not walk anywhere at
SjL At times, 1 would have severe pains
la my left side
The doctor was called in, and his treat treatment
ment treatment relieved me for a while, but 1 was
scon confined to my bed ain. After
thattsthins seemed to do me any good.
Put Your Ad. in the Star.
I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and 1 gave up in despair.
At last, my husband got ue a bottle of
Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com com-menced
menced com-menced taking it From the very first
dose, I could tell it was helping me. 1
can now walk two miles without its
tiring me, and am doing all my work."
If you are an run down from womanly
troubles, don't give up in despair. Try
Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped
more than a million women, in its 50
years of continuous success, and sfaruld
surely help you, too. Your druggist has
sold Cardui for years. He knows what
it will do. Ask him. He will recom recommend,
mend, recommend, it. Begin taking Cardui today.
Write to: Chattanooga MecidM Co.. Ladles
Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Special
Instructions n your case and 64-pag book. Hob
Treatment far Women." seat in aiala wrapper. J-e
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this
Thought for the Day
Remember: Grief-may be joy misun misunderstood;
derstood; misunderstood; Only the good discern the good.
Perhaps the cup was broken here.
That heaven's new wine might show
E. B. Browning.
Picnic at Lake Weir for Miss Stark
Enlivening a week that promises to
be one of the quietest socially since
the opening of the winter season, i
was the picnic to Lake Weir last eve- j
ning, arranged by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. j
Taylor, in honor of their lovely vis visitor,
itor, visitor, Miss Frances Stark of Abbe-j
ville, S. C. I
""Leaving town at 4 o'clock in cars j
were the following: Mr. and Mrs.
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott,
Misses Stark, Alice Bullock, Mary
Burford, Hope Robinson, Mamie Tay- (
lor, Minnie Stovall, Jean Austin,1
Messrs. Louis H. Chazal, Whit Pal Palmer,
mer, Palmer, Julian Bullock, Carlisle Izlar
Norton Davis, Clarence Meffert, Mr.
and Mrs. James Taylor and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Bennett, Mrs.
E. J. Mills-Price, Mrs. -Gay Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs.
C. V. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. C. II.
The Taylor dock at North Lake
Weir was the destination of the mer merry
ry merry crowd. No place offers more en enchanting
chanting enchanting environment for an" eve evening
ning evening of fun than the ever picturesque
Lake Weir, and adding a dual enjoy enjoyment
ment enjoyment to the otherwise charming eve evening
ning evening was the privilege of being the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, espe especially
cially especially when entertaining for Miss
Swimming, a bounteous picnic sup supper
per supper temptingly prepared and served
at the W. D. Taylor cottage and danc dancing
ing dancing were the diversions of the eve evening.
ning. evening. The party returned home at
Annual .Meeting of the Woman's Club
The annual meeting of the Woman's
Club of Ocala will convene at the
club- house Saturday afternoon at
3:15 o'clock. The reports of officers,
reports of department chairmen, the
election of officers for the ensuing
year, with other business -of impor important
tant important interest to every club woman,
invites the presence and co-operation
of each club member. There will
be a meeting of the board at 3 o'clock
Miss Lillian McKey. of Valdosta,
Ga.,'is the attractive guest of Mrs. S. I
T. Sistrunk, arriving this afternoon i
from Tampa. Miss McKey was a
charming visitor several years ago at
the Sistrunk home and during her
visit then made many admiring
friends who will accord her a warm
'Miss Meta Jewett left yesterday
for Tampa in response to a wire an announcing
nouncing announcing the death of the infant
daughter of Judge and Mrs. W. S.
Graham. Miss Jewett will remain
with Mrs. Graham for several days.
Mrs. J. B. Peacock and brother Mr.
W. O." Brewer, with several friends
were visitors yesterday from Willis Willis-ton,
ton, Willis-ton, motoring over in the former's
MisjsJMiriam Pasteur, a member of
the Fort Myers high school faculty
and who since the close of school has
been visiting friends in Key West,
Tampa and Mrs. I. V. Stevens in
Lakeland, returned home yesterday
Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Dozier returned
today from DeLand, where the for former
mer former attended the State Medical As Association.
sociation. Association. They were guests last
night at the banquet given for the
physicians and their wives.
Honoring a trio of attractive vis visiting
iting visiting girls, Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Bridges will entertain this evening at
rook for Miss Carolee Green, Miss
Blanche Mizelle and Miss Emmilee
Bridges, who are their guests.
News comes from the bedside of
Mrs. M. Fishel in Baltimore that she
is recuperating' rapidly from her re recent
cent recent operation. This favorable mes
sage will be welcomed by the host of
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fishel.
Mrs. S. J. Haines, who has been
with her daughter, Mrs. G. A. Pette-j
way, has gone to Ocala, where she
rwill visit her daughter, Mrs. J. F.
Hall. Tampa Times.
Miss Hanney Ellis, who is on an
extended visit to Mr. and Mrs. Tav Tav-eau,
eau, Tav-eau, at Atlanta, is "now the guest of
a few days of Miss Eloise Robinson,
The Rev. J. M. Gross, pastor of
the M. E. church of Ocala, and Mrs.
Gross are here inspecting the lot pur
chased recently at the Methodist as
sembly. It is understood that they
plan improvements on the property
in the near future. St. Augustine
Mr. Will McArthur of Montbrook,
was transacting business in the city
Mr. O. B. Howse is at Kissimmee
on a several days' business trip.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
department, call 'phone 106)
MRS. W. C. GRAY
The following from the Orlando
Sentinel will bring profound sorrow
to the hundreds of friends of Bishop
and Mrs. Gray in this section;
Few messages have brought such
genuine sorrow, nor to as large a cir circle
cle circle of warm friends here as did the
totally 'unexpected tidings yesterday
that Mrs. Wm. C. Gray, wife of
Bbhop Gray, had passed from earthly
life in Nashville Monday afternoon,
May 10th, from heart failure.
The bishop and Mrs. Gray, (with
Miss Emma, Mr. Joseph Gray and
family) had moved last fall into their
comfortable new home on the out outskirts
skirts outskirts of Nashville, and were together
enjoying the rest and quiet after their
twenty-one years of faithful, zealous
labor in Southern Florida.
Mrs. Gray's early childhood was
spent in Virginia, her father an Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal clergyman of high standing.
Later the family moved to Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia and her education was completed
at Bryn Mawr. She afterward ac accepted
cepted accepted a position with the faculty of
the school for girls founded by Bishop
Gray at Bolivar, Tenn., (now St.
Katherine's Hall) meeting him for
the first time there.
In all the many years since their
happy marriage she has been the
bishop's right hand helper, her whole
life a blessing to others. Since their
move to Orlando in January, 1893,
she has held the lasting friendship of
all who knew her and probably no
trio of Orlandoites has been so great great-'y
'y great-'y missed here since leaving as have
Bishop and Mrs. Gray and Miss Em Emma.
ma. Emma. As president for years past of the
Woman's Auxiliary of Southern Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, her helpful influence was the
more widely extended over many
parishes and missions throughout the
bishop's large field. Her gentle min ministry
istry ministry extended also in seeming end endless
less endless way, her home ever a center of
most cordial hospitality, her close
interest and help furthering the work
of the Cathedral parish, of the hos hospital,
pital, hospital, of the Cathedral school; her
ready sympathy ever extended for
the sick and bereaved.
Her life was marked by faithful
ness to all duty, by a deep devotion
and unwavering faith, by helpfulness
in the truest sense to all around her.
Her son, Rev. Campbell Gray, and
bis family, cf Rhinelander, Wiss., are
well known here, as are also her step stepson,
son, stepson, Mr. Joseph Gray and family. For
them, for Miss Emma, and especially
for Bishop Gray, the deepest sympa sympathy
thy sympathy is felt. .......
The Tallahassee Democrat says
that Rev. J. P. Hilbum, presiding el elder
der elder of the Tallahassee district, has
received a telegram from Rising
Star, Texas, announcing that his
father, Rev. A. S. Hilburn,.has pass passed
ed passed away. He had been gradually
failing for some weeks, and the end
was not unexpected.-- He was a native
of North Carolina and was 83 years
Blitchton, May 12. The May
showers are greatly appreciated by
Mr. B. R. Blitch is shipping beans.
Mr. Joseph Akin .spent the week weekend
end weekend at Dunnellon.
Mr. B. C. Blitch visited the Brick
Mr. J. W. Coulter, daughters Lydia
and Mildred, and Mr. George Bor Bor-lander
lander Bor-lander motored to Ocala Tuesday.
Mrs. Joseph Akin is visiting in
Mr. A. L. McKay of Morriston
Mr. Goree Blitch spent Monday in
Mr. and Mrs. Guy V. Blitch left
Tuesday for several clays on the west
coast before returning to their home
Miss Glimer Goodwin is visiting at
Mrs. O. S. Sanders spent Saturday
Cotton Plant, May 12. The much
needed rain came Saturday night and
with it a severe storm of wind, also
a little hail. No damage except
fences blown iown and lots of timber
Quarterly conference was well at attended
tended attended Saturday. Rev. F. R. Bridges
presided. Mr. Hugh Ross and wife,
Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. Redding, Miss Abbie
Stokes and Mr. Elmer Turner and
Mr. Jordan of Gaiter attended, also
Messrs. Joe Turner and T. K. Worth
ot Dunnellon. We regretted very
much that the rain prevented services
Mrs. G. O. Turner of Gaiter spent
the week-end here with friends.
Mr. Beecher Beck of Berlin was a
Sunday afternoon caller.
Mrs. George Stevens of Ocala
spent several days last week with her
sister, Mrs. J. A. Brooks. She re returned
turned returned to Ocala Monday.
Mr. J. M. Barco of Clearwater is
the guest of his son Newcomb, on
Sunny Slope farm.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tucker of Mar Mar-ter
ter Mar-ter were Sunday afternoon callers at
the home of D. M. Barco.
Mrs. A. W. Woodward and son
Clarence, called at the home of Mrs.
j J. A. Brooks Sunday afternoon.
j Mr. F. M. Morri3 was a business
j visitor to Ocala Saturday.
(Continued from Page Two)
"Well, so long. Joe." she said. See
If you can't get your money for that
drive by the time 1 come again." She
waved a wifely hand at him and stalk-,
ed out. She turned to June In the halL
-If the fellow that's putting up for this
room will give Joe the mouey Instead
we'll be a lot better off.
JoDe was so shocked at the cold cal callousness
lousness callousness of this xjieecb that she coald
only dumbly. nod her head, aud she
walked down to the nurse littlordesk
at the end of the ball, leaving the wom
an to find her way out nloue. Joe. the
chauffeur. lay. cheerfully grinning.
with the thermometer In bis mouth.
Again the everlasting problem the
man. the woman aud the money! The
runaway bride sat In the vacant chair
at the little desk and pondered It all
out. This person who nngged. who fol followed
lowed followed her husband even t the hospital
to nag and whose husUmd welcomed
the hospital as a relief from nagging
this woman was the outcome of the
custom by which the man. earning,
possessed all. and the money he gare
to bis wife was as a gift. A selfish
woman and one without delicacy, such
as this nagger, mnde it her business to
get all she could, and the pursuit had
become a passion with her. She was
U : 1
8vn fifty-fivO ah reported.
like those beggars who continue to beg
after they have become rich by 1L
begging from the force of habit and
from the love of the art of making peo people
ple people give and from the sordid desire to
possess. It was wrong, all wrong, some somewhere.
where. somewhere. June shuddered as she remem remembered
bered remembered this wife going through her bus bus-band's
band's bus-band's pockets, and then she recalled
her dream of herself standing before
Ned as a piteous pauper, holding out
her band for alms. She had been right,
she decided, as she had decided time
and again. She had acted wisely in
running away before she had com committed
mitted committed herself to charity and before
any barriers bad been set between
their Jove. She must earn her own
June sprang from her chair
and ran to the "room of the chauffeur
with a sudden violent wrench of her
conscience. Joe lay there .quite cheer cheerfully
fully cheerfully with the thermometer still In bis
mouth, and he grinned as well as he
could after twenty minutes of this ex exercise".
ercise". exercise". When June removed the ther thermometer
mometer thermometer that side of his face remained
twisted and puckered for some time,
and it ached, but he was perfectly
happy. Fie could be alone for twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four hours.
HERB was a consultation in
Mrs. Villard's room. Tommy
Thomas sat at the bead of
Mrs. Villard's bed. T. J. Ed
wards, the heavy man with the thick
lidded eyes, sat-on the other side in
stolid silence. Cunningham leaned neg negligently
ligently negligently on the foot of the bed. Before
Mrs. VII lard lay a picture of Jnne clip clipped
ped clipped from a Bryn port paper on the day
of her marriage to Ned Warner. Tom Tommy
my Tommy Thomas bad just found it and had
brought It with her. Cunningham
picked up the picture and looked at It
with twinkling eyes, smoothing bis
white mustache complacently. Gilbert
Blye. sitting in the far corner on the
window sill, with his Vandyke in his
long, lean white hand, suddenly rose
and. waiting over to Cunningham, took
the picture from blm and laid It on the
The pretty nurse with the pink
cheeks opened "the door presently and
beard these words In BIye's snare but
"The thing to do la to gain her confi confidence.
dence. confidence. There must be a complete
change of method.
The voice stopped abruptly. Ed Edwards.
wards. Edwards. Cunningham. Tommy Thomas
and Mrs. VII lard were all listening in intently.
tently. intently. Mrs. Vlllard seemed troubled.
Tommy Thomas, with deviltry In her
eyes, was laughing at' Cunningham,
who seemed uncomfortable. The round
headed Edwards sat slowly nodding as
he looked at Blye. Mrs. Vlllard reach reached
ed reached quietly forward and turned the
piece of paper on the bed face down downward.
ward. downward. She seemed even sad.
-Beg pardon. said the pretty nurse.
Noting the sudden silence and slipping
In. she put her hand under the sheet
and felt of Mrs. Villard's ankle. The
entire group was motionless, and there
was a strained tension in the room un until
til until the nurse went out. She saw Mrs.
Vlllard reaching forward for the piece
of paper as she closed the door, and as
she walked away she heard BIye's
smooth, even voice again.
When June came Into Mrs. Villard's
room the conversation again stopped
Green Turtle Steak at the Ocala
House Cafe. li
lts good for the whole family, and
they all like, it PEANUT BRITTLE
in boxes at the Court Pharmacy, tf
ADVERTISE IN THE STAB.
abruptly, hot the roup moved Imme Immediately.
diately. Immediately. Ob, see the pretty nursier balled
Cunningham. And June glanced down
In that moment of her downcast eyes
Tommy Thomas and Mrs. Vlllard. Blye
and Edwards, all glared at Cunning Cunningham.
ham. Cunningham. -He flashed nnd walked nervously
over to the window.
"Really, the costume Is quite becom becoming
ing becoming to you. he added in a tone he had
never used to her before, one of ex extravagant
travagant extravagant resect.
-Indeed It is. dear." Mid Tommy
Thomas. She slipped an arm around
Jane's waist protectingly. and Mrs.
Hlard glanced op at her companion
with moist eyes.
-Well, we'll see you later. ald T. J.
Edwards, with a clumsy attempt at
beartlnesx. and. rising, he bowed to
the ladies. "If there's anything I can
do. let me know.- Ills small eyes rov roved
ed roved to June, but there was no patroniz patronizingly
ingly patronizingly fatherly glance in them and no
disposition to pat her on the shoulder.
June was puzzled. There seemed to
be a distinct change In the attitude of
all these people toward ber. Yester Yesterday
day Yesterday they had pursued her with a mock mocking
ing mocking certainty. In which there was an
underlying Insolence, but now they
seemed to have lost that note of orer orer-famlllarlty.
famlllarlty. orer-famlllarlty. and she liked the chance.
Only Blye was the "same. Ills black
ejes glowed when they rested upon
her. and he still wore his suave hid tie.
though somehow he seemed more
frank. June found herself suddenly
liking this black Vandyked man. As
she turned to smooth Mrs. Villard's
pillows the three men exchanged
glances, and the suavely smiling Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert Blye stroked his black Vandyke.
They turned their eyes as bygone ac accord
cord accord of the leiut!ful runaway bride.
Ned Warner at the very moment In
which Blye and hIA crowd had changed
their tactics toward June was. aftef
interminable red tape.. securing the ad address
dress address of the owner of car No. M007707.
and. that secured, he harried out to
the beautiful home of Mrs. Vlllard up
the FJudson. He came to it by the
lower road, and as be approached the
bouse he saw Marie Id the sloping hill hillside
side hillside garden. He stepped In the shelter
of the wall to consider. A few days
ago his first Impulse would have been
to rush up to Marie and seize ber and
compel her to tell what she knew, but
Marie had proved herself to be a slip slippery
pery slippery customer. She had denied know knowing
ing knowing Ned n his first meeting with ber
after the runaway. She had. denied
knowing earnest and eager and black
Aunt Debby when that faithful servant
of June's mother bad happened upon
Marie in the market, and only yester yesterday
day yesterday Marie bad run away from the en entire
tire entire family, taking June's collie. Bounc Bouncer,
er, Bouncer, with her. There was little to be"
gained from Marie. If Ned were able
to force himself In ami search the
house June would be bidden by some
one or be helped .to escape, as had
happened yesterday at the Widow
O'Keefe's and also at the Bond Securi Securities
ties Securities bnilding and everywhere else. So
there was bat one thing to do to con conceal
ceal conceal himself about the grounds until
June herself should appear. Ue adopt adopted
ed adopted that course, and the weary boars
dragged on. noon, afternoon, evening.
With the dusk the luxurious limou limousine
sine limousine of Gilbert Blye left the hospital,
and In Its brilliantly lighted comfort
sat the precious June and Mrs. Vlllard.
Tommy Thomas. Orln Cunningham
and Gilbert Blye. Strange what a dif difference
ference difference this day bad made in June's
feeling toward these people. They liked
her. If their views of life were not her
views she could keep her own. They
seemed to have discovered that she
meant to retalu her ways of thinking
and living, and It was so much nicer
since they had apparently acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged this. Now ber work as compan companion
ion companion to Mrs. Vlllard would be much
more pleasant. They were chatting in
gay comradeship as they drew near the
Ned Warner as the shades of night
drew In ventured Jnto the Vlllard gar garden
den garden and nearer the bouse. As he crept
up toward the back jorch the door
opened and June's collie came bound bounding
ing bounding out for an evening run. Bouncer
baa no sooner bit the open than he
gave a loud yelp and came tearing
straight In Ned's direction. He Jumped
mad circles around Ned. leaped upon
blm. barking his loudest welcome, ran
halfway up to the bouse, ran back to
bark his joy at Ned again and started
to bring Marie!
Ue had no need to go all the way.
Marie bad come oat on the fear porch
to see what was the matter with Miss
June's pet. and the lights from the
bouse glistened on her high cheek
bones and ber liberal supply of gums.
Ned had stepped back among the
bushes with the hope of edging him himself
self himself over to the wall before Marie could
arrive. To his surprise, however.
Marie, though she looked down In that
direction, did not come. She called
Bouncer, and together they went Into
the bouse. Ned took advantage of
Marie's Indifference and of Bouncer's
confinement to slip closer and look in
at the windows, front, side and rear.
The lower floor was brightly illuminat illuminated,
ed, illuminated, the front porch light being lit. as if
some one were expected. June! Some
Instinct told Ned that she was coming.
Qe concealed himself behind the shrub shrubbery
bery shrubbery near the porte-cochere and waited.
Suddenly he Involuntarily tensed
himself. Wheels were approaching.
Then a brilliantly lighted llmouslnel
spea into signt. ana as ii luraea
the curve Ned saw In It bis beautiful
runaway bride. Over her was bending
the dark, handsome face of the black
Vandyked Gilbert Blye. his eyes glow glowing
ing glowing and on bis Hps that despicable
,Witb an oath. Ned stepped forward.
At last his moment bad arrived. With Within
in Within another Instant as Gilbert Blye help helped
ed helped Jane from the llmousme Ned would
have the scoundrel by the throat.
(To Be Continjed.)
white man wrrn BLACK LIVEH
The liver is a blood purifier. It wa
thouzht at one time it was the seat
of the passions. The trouble with most
people is tnat tneir urer Decomes
black because of impurities in the
blood due to bad physical states, caus causing
ing causing biliousness, .headache, dizziness
and constipation. Dr. Kind's New
Life Pills will clean up tne liver, and
crive you new life. 25 cents at your
JTor plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 200 S
For' Every Baldntf
.. BAKIIIG POVDZIt
it's the purest. Best
because it never
fails. Best because
it makes every baking
light, flufiy and evenly
raised. Best because
. it is moderate in cost cost-highest
highest cost-highest in quality.
At your grocers.
WWkT P-r TA r-ry.
tuom, Clkicax. Li.
LjtT M ant. I
When you know 2
Will do the business
j LEVITT PACMUQ CODE
X Music Teacher and Compjscr
$ Violin. Piano zzl Vclcc
f Expert Pisco Tcner
y Talk to me about it over g
For Good Wood
BIG Load for Si
Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAK
At Emoalc'a WgoQ febop.
WILBUR V. C. SLIITil
Funeral Director cncl
feSSS.S1 Ocala, Fla.
EL219 WEST BROADFATLH
Advertise in the Star.
filrt ia Ur r trim to r mk W U.- '.
OCAU EVENING kfAli, THURSDAY, MAif ii, IdiS
Novels at The Murray Company. 3t j
Dollar Day in! This report is made from observa-
tion3 taken iaily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov-
We have a large stock of old soap ) cmment. Max. Min. R. F.
Next Monday is
which we are selling real cheap. All May 1
good quality- Gerig's. 4-87-tf j May 2
-If its published, May 4
LAT-j May 5
we have it or can get for you.
TNER'S Piano Store. 4-21-tf.
Globe-Wernicke safes, filing and
card index cabinets at The Murray
Rexall Liver Salts puts vim intoj
lazy livers your money back if theyj
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
Generally fair tonight and Friday,
burglar' Visited b. gOldman
CORN ON THE COB
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
Mr. R. S. Hall, a firm believer in
the food yalue of spineless cactu3,
has placed an order for $150 worth of
it to plant on his farm east of town, j
The first sweet corn of the season
was placed on the market this morn morning
ing morning by Mr. Frank Abate. The ears
were well filled. It is the beginning
of the roasting ear season.
Some time during last night the
Ocala Pawnshop" was entered by a
burglar, wha laid in a supply of cloth clothing
ing clothing and other articles too numerous
to mention (especially as the pro proprietor
prietor proprietor doesn't know just what was
made away with).
Among the articles missed by Mr.
Herman War ha user this morning
were four suits of clothes and a re revolver.
volver. revolver. The latter was taken from
one of the front show windows, and
is of a Very rare pattern. Mr. Gold
man says he doubts the ability of the
burglar to use the revolver without
special instructions from him. He
also desires to call the burglar's at
tention to the fact that the trousers
to one of the suits do not quite match
the coat, which will be satisfactorily
adjusted if he will call in during bus business
iness business hours.
The burglar had evidently read "the
Goldman ads with their .. attractive
motto: "Why Pay More," and is ap applying
plying applying it to this transaction.
The rear window was left open by
the marauder, but he carefully con
cealed any clue as to his identity.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
.The Star erred yesterday in saying
that the "Wildfire" feature would be
shown at the Temple Monday night.
The date of its appearance is not
known, but will be made public in
plenty of time. The Temple has
! something rich tonight in "The Fates
n sfltw nA Mnndav. i fi i and .Flora Fourflush," Part I. of the
nnnnrf nf sr fnr SI. with one dol- massive ten billion dollar mystery, a
lar's worth of other groceries. for serial by the great but unknown au
tnor, jv. jari ujornson, in couaoora
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Mr. D. S. Woodrow was a business
visitor to Jacksonville today'.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
wUlunore than one registered phar
Did you say BATHING CAPS?
Well, we have the prettiest line you
ever saw. The Conrt Pharmacy, tf
Mr. J. E. Johnson visited the Haw Hawthorn,
thorn, Hawthorn, section yesterday" in the inter interest
est interest of his house.
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain,, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
" Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Turnipseed at
Dunnellon are the proud parents of a
boy baby who arrived at their home
several days ago.
- .. m
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. tl
tion with a number of other alleged
humorists. It is killingly funny, but
you will come, to life again after you
see it. Clara Kimball Young has the
Mr. W. J. Hilands returned yester
day afternoon from New York City,
where he has been for the past five
weeks on important business. Mr.
Hilands will now push forward the
work on his railroad in South Flor
ida and the Florida Soft Phosphate
and Lime Company of this city. He
says business cdnditions are very
much unsettled in New; York and
thjere is a great spirit of unrest and
uncertainty, both among the people
and the money interests.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
: On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
It was rumored yesterday that Mr.
George Easterling had tendered his
services to the war department for
duty abroad, but he says there's
nothing to it, that he doesn't fight
until he gets angry--and he is njpw
in a splendid humor.
Mr. D. E. Mclver is in St. Peters
burg attending the Florida Retai
Hardware Association, and of the
meeting yesterday the Times said:
"During the course of the A meet
ing D. E. Mclver of Ocalafextend Ocalafextend-ed
ed Ocalafextend-ed an invitation to hay e1 thfc tjonven tjonven-tion
tion tjonven-tion meet at Ocala next year. Mr. Mc Mclver
lver Mclver pointed out "the many advan-
tages of the city, and declared tfie del delegates
egates delegates would be afforded equally as
good accommodations as .they have
had elsewhere. He said 'Ocala '-'-was
verv anxious to have -the honof of
holding the ninth annual convention
of the hardware men."-"'
U. D. C. Meeting
You'll be the loser if you fail to
read the Dollar Day announcements
in the Star. Many specially attract attractive
ive attractive propositions may be found in the
advertising columns today in the Dol Dollar
lar Dollar Day ads. Look 'em over.
We want you to step in and see our
line of FOUNTAIN, SYRINGES and
water bottles, all prices. The Court
Editor H, Butler of the Inver Inverness
ness Inverness Chronicle, accompanied by Mrs.
Butler were among the prominent
visitors in Ocala yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Butler left for a visit to her
parents in Toledo, Ohio, and will
probably remain during the summer.
Dickinson Chapter, U. D. C, wil
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.
In the two cases of Davis vs.
Forbes, which, were combined in the
circuit court yesterday a verdict was
rendered in favor of the Davis inter interests.
ests. interests. Messrs. Anderson & Anderson
had charge of the Davis end of the
case, while Messrs. Bullock & Mer-
shon represented the Forbs inter
We are sole agents for VINOL, and
this is the time of the year to take it.
The Court Pharmacy. f
"When my daughter had whooping
cough slje coughed so hard at one time
that she had hemorrhage of the lungs.
I was terribly alarmed about her con condition.
dition. condition. Seeing Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy so highly recommended, I got
her a bottle and it relieved the cough
at once. Before she had finished two
bottles of this remedy she was entire entirely
ly entirely well," wrftes Mrs. S. F. Grimes
Crooksville, Ohio. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
MARTEL PICNIC FRIDAY
True and Tried Sports -Buy
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. Monroe.
Chas. H. Lloyds
H. W. Tucker.
Z. C. Chambliss.
L. R. Chazal & Sons Company.
B. F. Condon.
O. Kr Grocery.
Ocala' National' Bank.
Dr. M. C Izlar.
Moore & Company.
Mclver & MacKay.
Ahti-Mon6poly Drug Store.
Moriroe DChambliss Natl. Bank.
J. Brownr; v J.-
Ty din Drug Store.
Marion Hardware Company.
Florida Title & 'Abstract Company.
E. L. Stapp.
E. H. Martin.
Ocala Manufacturing Company.
Ocala Lumber &-Supply Company.
"M.J R. -Williams?1-ty
ChaS. ED ti&rPI ? aH O" BLT
aedrgeA'RenW; two books.
Oeala House. zs"'tw
A. C. Cobb.
D. W. Tompkins.
Knight Xang.f ze
R. L. Anderson Jr.
G. D. Hogan Co.
Moses Grocery Co.
E. A. Osbom.
SEE 1JH15 FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf ;les, milk and eggs, tf
Vulcanizing. All work guaranteed.
Blalock Bros., 107 Oklawaha. Ave. lm
Give her a box of NORRIS' CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES -the best made. The Court
Pharmacy. tf v
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.
Mr. John R. Martin is the proud
possessor of a handsome new eight- j
cylinder Cadillac touring car. j
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
i News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable every-
$ here. Adv.
CONCORDIA LODGE T. V. OP A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
K. Lane, 31. T., Physician andof America, meets in Yonge's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening o
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas K. Sage. Secretary. Ad Ad-Charles
Charles Ad-Charles Goddard, C. C
'Surgeon, speclist Kye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Mr. Harvey Clark, proprietor of the
O. K. Grocery, came by the Star of office
fice office this morning with a large pack
age of Golden Sunbeam cake, sent out
MAN TAKES HIS OWN MEDICINE
IS AN OPTIMIST
He has absolute faith in his medi medicine
cine medicine he knows when he takes it for
by the Stone Baking Co., of Atlanta, j certain ailments he gets relief. People
and charitably divided it among the who take Dr. King's New Discovery
newspaper folks, all of whom had had
for an irritating cold are optimists
they know this cough remedy will pen
slim breakfasts, and were doubtful j etrate the linings of the throat, kill
about obtaining any dinner. The O
K. keeps this cake, done up in dainty
packages, and always ready to help
out in dessert or lunch.
E. P. Rehtz of Glenn, one of the
leading lumbermen of the state, and
always sl booster for all things per pertaining
taining pertaining to Florida, arrived last night
at the Hillsboro to spend a short
time here on business. Tampa Times.
the germs, and open the way fox na
ture to act. You can't destroy a cold
by superficial treatment you must
go to the cause of the trouble. Be an
optimist. Get a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery today. tu-th-fri-w
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds, .-x- -14-tf
Ocala Seed Store.
LA 11 AFFAIRS
v (Continued from Third Pae)
Yesterday in Tampa, Sara Eliza Eliza-beth,
beth, Eliza-beth, the infant daughter and only
child of Judge and Mrs. W. S. Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, passed away at their home on
Tampa Heights. Mrs. Graham was
before her marriage Miss Sarah E.
McCreery of Nashville, Tenn and j
for a number of years was a beloved
member of the Ocala high school fac faculty.
ulty. faculty. The news of her bereavement
was received with profound sorrow
by her large number of friends in the
city, all of whom extend deepest
This evening at 8 o'clock 'at the
Griner Farm school house, a silver
medal contest will be held under the
auspices of the W. C. T. U. An in
vitation to attend is extended the
public. Among those who expect to
go from Ocala are Mrs. D. G. Wash Washburn,
burn, Washburn, Miss Emma Washburn and
Miss Clara Curry.
w m m
Mr. T. J. Silva, a prominent young
business man of Tampa and a broth
er-in-law of Mrs. Daisy Dekle Crow,
who was a guest several weeks ago' of
her cousin, Mrs. C. E. Winston, wa3
numbered among the passengers on
the Lusitania who lost their lives.
Miss Cora Aldrich and brqther of
Shrewsbury, five miles from Worces Worcester,
ter, Worcester, Mass., who have been spending
the past winter in Lakeland, and
who are on their way home, made
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. French su supremely
premely supremely happy by calling upon them
last Sunday and renewing the ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance of years gone by and tell
ing of our friends in the old home at
the north. Miss Aldrich spent a win winter
ter winter at Spring Park twenty years ago
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
French. While the terrific wind and
rain storm of last Sunday upset the
plans of our friends and kept them
from getting around to seer very
much, nevertheless they were very
much inlove with our beautiful city,
and are much surprised at its won wonderful
derful wonderful growth and the improvement
of the past twenty years. "Another
winter will find Miss Aldrich and
brother located in Ocala without
doubt, for if a day like last Sunday
will impress one favorably what
would a bright week day do, with the
stores open, .autos whizzing in all
directions, .the ordinary traffic, Mar Marfan
fan Marfan County Fair sandwiched in, etc ?
Ocala is all right and we love it and
its good people.
BIG VALUES .FOR UTILE PR10EG
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MONDAY, EU AY 17, 1915.
During this sale' and buy lots because you will get
BGood Fresh Stylish Goods and you will save dollars.
Remember when we lower our prices we do not lower our quality. We men mention
tion mention only a few.items in this space but. you will find Bargains Galore on
display at this store. on Dollar Dav.
Fedro, May VI. rWe are enjoying
plenty of rain- and everybody is busy
setting sweet potatoes.
Crops are fine and some are expect expecting
ing expecting to ship -tomatoes the last of this
Cutting oats i3 all the go now, but
the rain prevents the farmers from
hauling them to shelter.
Mr. Willie Perry and family of
Ocala visited Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
: We are very sorry to learn of the
illness of Mrs. Lizzie Alhiet. We
hope she will have a speedy recovery
Mr. Alf. Proctor has been on the
sick list but is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Proctor and Mr,
Sam Proctor motored to Ocala Tues
Everybody listen for wedding bells
We are expecting them to ring most
Miss Katie Proctor has organized
a music class. She has several
pupils and hopes to have several
Mr. Robert Shaw and family, Mr.
Pruitt and family spent several days
on the Withlacoochee river fishing,
Rev. R. L. Clyburn filled his regu regular
lar regular appointment last Sunday. His
sermon was enjoyed by the whole
congregation. At the close of the
meeting he tendered his resignation.
We are very sorry Rev. Clyburn re resigned
signed resigned as we all think lots of him as
a friend and pastor.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR,
Originally a Chinese Bird.
Pheasants, notwithstanding theh
aristocratic magnificence of appear appear-ance,
ance, appear-ance, readily interbreed with humbler
kinds of birds, including th common
barnyard fowl, the guinea hen and the
black grouse. English pheasants are
the descendants of Chinese birdb.
which, long ago, were brought to
England and crossed either with
grouse or with some unidentified na native
tive native species of pheasant, which pos possessed
sessed possessed no great beauty. The descend descendant
ant descendant of a male pheasant anPa domes domestic
tic domestic hen is known as & "pero."
Eureka, May 10. We are enjoying
some delightful warm weatner ana
everything in, the crop line looks fine.
Quite 'a number of Eureka people
attended the Sunday school conven-
tion at Sparr the 25th of last month
and enjoyed the ceremonies very
much. Those who went were Mr. and
Mis. Harp,' Misses 01dia,Hinson and
jlazel La'nair, Messrs. Charles Harp,
Dxexel Harp, .Abbot Parramore,
Wade and Jarue Hastings. Messrs,
Charles Harp, Wade Hastings and
James Marsh were the appointed del
egates of the. Eureka Sunday school,
but as Mr. ,Marsh was not present,
Miss 6ldia Hinson was appointed to
fill his place.
Mrs. rJ. S. Smith or Kenwood is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. I. M.
Hinson for a few weeks.
Dr. G. B. Parramore was called to
Keuka last week to hold consultation
with Dr. Lisk and another physician
from Palatka over one of Dr. Parra
more's patients. It resulted in a de decision
cision decision to send the sick person to a
Jacksonville hospital to be operated
Misses Oldia Hinson and Hazel
Lanair drove ever to Fort McCoy
35 Ladies Sheer H. S. Hand
kerchiefs, worth $1.75 for
25 Men s White Sheer Hand
kerchiefs, worth 2 for
One lot of Men's Shirts
worth fi.oo, for
One Lot Summer Un Underwear
derwear Underwear for Men, the
regular 50c value for
One Lot Ladies' Waists,
worth from SI to $1.50 for
One Lot Ladies' Waists,
worth from $3 to $3.50 for
J U a- U x&sJ
All Laces and Embroideries Reduced on DOLLAR DAY
We have left over from last season
a few Ladies WASH DRESSES and
WOOL SKIRTS, which we will close
out on this day for only
They are worth from $3.50 to $7.00
One lot Fieured LAWNS, worth!
from 10c to 12'c per yard, at only
8c, per. y;ird
Great values in SHEETS, PILLOW
CASES, BLEACHED and UN UNBLEACHED
BLEACHED UNBLEACHED DOMESTICS, HUCK
and TURKISH BATH TOWELS.
THREE LOTS LADIES
BLACK, WHITE ;
and TAN HOSE
at reduced prices on thi3
In order to introduce, our line of BOYS' PANTS one of the best lines on the market which we
12 1-2 per cent off on dollar only..
have recently added to our stock we will give
lake weir -yacht club
Eastlake, ITa April 12, 1915.
The Saturday night dances at -the
club house will be continued until fur further
ther further notice. It has been decided to
meet at the club house every Saturday
at G o'clock for a picnic supper fol followed
lowed followed by dancing and cards. .
The Thursday afternoon, teas will
also "be continued until further notice.
David S. Woodrow,
WILL EXCHANGE AUTO
FOR A VACANT LOT
A two-passenger, four-cylinder car,
in first class condition, fully equip equipped;
ped; equipped; new tires "Sll around. Will ex exchange
change exchange for good vacant city lots, dh-tf
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT -lnree unfurnished
room3 two blocks from courthouse;
lights and water furnished; bath
connected; rates reasonable. Call
phone 509. 4-tf
WThat It Means
Many thousands of women are now-a-days
paying attention to physical
culture and the proper exercise of
their body muscles, where, thirty
years ago there was no thought ex expended
pended expended on this science, which is quite
necessary to physical beauty. The
reason the Greeks, both men and wom women,
en, women, excelled in beautiful and symmet symmetrical
rical symmetrical forms was because of the atten attention
tion attention they paid to proper exercise.
Then, too, they were untrammeled by
corsets, shoes and the inconveniences
of clothing. To the minds of some
women the idea of physical exercise
conveys only the idea of hard fatigu fatiguing
ing fatiguing work. Mild exercise continued day
after day is best for the body and
spirits and health. Without proper
exercise there can be ho' health, and
without health there can be no real
There is no stronger proof of the
sound remedial value of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription than that it re restores
stores restores the wasted form to its wonted
The mighty restorative power of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription speed speedily
ily speedily causes all womanly trouble to dis disappear
appear disappear compels the organs to prop properly
erly properly perform their natural functions,
corrects displacements, overcomes ir irregularities,
regularities, irregularities, removes pain and misery
at certain times and brings back
health and strength to nervous, irrita irritable
ble irritable and exhausted women.
It is a wonderful prescription pre prepared
pared prepared only from Nature's roots with
glycerine, with no alcohol to falsely
stimulate. It banishes pain, headache,
low spirits, hot flashes, dragging-down
sensations, worry and sleeplessness
surely and without loss of time.
Sick women are invited to consult
Dr. ? Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo
Dr. Pierce, by letter, free Address
N. ,Y. Ad. 20.
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.
Hetidon's Dowalgic Minnow
King Fisher Rods
Winding Reels, Etc.
We carry the best of everything in theline of
Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goocli
Our prices are reasonable. WHY PAY MORE ?
OCALA LOAN AND 'PAWN OFFICZ
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 hlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
Its good Xor the whole family, and
they all like it PEANUT BRITTLE
in boxes at the Court Pharmacy, tf
ROOMS & BOARD Four large front
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. 31. E. Errin, at
Carlton House. 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 rtate
school at St. Augustine. Anybody
who need3 her services please notify
Dr. or Mrs. E. Van Hood, dh tf
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SI 5J5 to
June 1-2-3 1915
r I L-4 -Li
Tickets on SJe May 20th, to June 2nd,
inc., limited to June 1 OiN. Extension and
stop-over privileges. For
rates, schedules, reser reservations,
vations, reservations, etc, call cn
, C.-P.&T. i
ATLANTIC COAST LI WE
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
The Management ol DR. ".IcCLANE
Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving 01 the institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Dutte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Iarer Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be iCun
. Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOUKSf 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P.'M. PHONE 333
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