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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL 21.
OCALA.. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1915
NO. 116
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Washington, May 14. The govern government
ment government and people of the United
States today wait expectantly news
from Berlin, where Ambassador Ger Gerard
ard Gerard has been instructed to present to
the German foreign office the note
of President Wilson calling the at attention
tention attention of the imperial government
to the "unlawful and inhuman" de destruction
struction destruction of the Lusitania and other
violations of American rights on the
high seas. Germany is asked to dis disavow
avow disavow the acts of her submarine com commanders
manders commanders in torpedoing the British
liner Lusitania, with the loss of
more than a hundred American lives,
and the American steamship Gulf Gulf-light,
light, Gulf-light, as a result of which two or
more Americans met death. j
Reparation "so far as reparation
is possible," is asked by the United
States, which also declares that it
expects Germany to prevent the re-1
currence of such acts.
SACRED DUTY TO OUR CITIZENS
The conclusion of the note states:
"The imperial German government
will not expect that the government
of the United States will omit any
word or act necessary to the per performance
formance performance of the sacred duty of main maintaining
taining maintaining the rights of the United
States and its citizens and in safe safeguarding
guarding safeguarding their free exercise and en enjoyment."
joyment." enjoyment." ADVERTISEMENT NO EXCUSE
It holds -4hat-Americans are within
their rights in traveling the seas,
believing their lives were not endan endangered
gered endangered by, acts which are a clear vio violation
lation violation of universally-acknowledged
international obligations and certain certainly
ly certainly in confidence their own govern government
ment government will sustain them in the exer exercise
cise exercise of -their rights. The publication
of the German embassy advertise advertisement,
ment, advertisement, warning Americans, cannot be
accepted as an excuse, palliation or
abatement of the responsibility for
the act of destruction.
GI RMANY HAS BEEN WARNED
In discussing the German method
of retaliations because her enemies
have endeavored to cut off Germany
from all commerce, the United States
declares it gave warning that Ger Germany
many Germany would be held to strict accoun accountability
tability accountability for the loss of American lives
in the war zones. It asserts objec objection
tion objection to the present method of attack,
against enemies trade. Here lies
practically an impossibility in em employing
ploying employing submarines in the destruction-'
of commerce without disregard disregarding
ing disregarding the rules of fairness, justice and
humanity which modern opinion re regards
gards regards imperative, and says in two
cases of ships being destroyed, no
warning was given.
Its good for the whole family and
they all like it PEANUT BRITTLE
in boxes at the Court Pharmacy, tf
Give her a box of NORRIS CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES the best made. The Court
Pharmacy. tf

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ANSWER
THE KAISER All EXCELLENT
DEFIAIIT MO TIOIill
(Associated Press)
ATTACKED BY
YAQUI INDIANS
SIXTY-FIVE AMERICANS SHUT
OFF IN SONORA
(Associated Press)
Nogales, Sonora, May 14. A col
ony of sixty-five Americans, includ including
ing including many women and children, near
Esperanza, is striving today to fight
off Yaqui Indians who are attacking
their homes. Two Americans have
been killed. Five hundred Mexican
soldiers and a band of armed Ameri Americans
cans Americans are attempting to relieve the
beleagued Americans.
APPELATE COURT
WILL NOT INTERFERE
Will Leave Question of Harry Thaw's
Sanity to a Jury
I (Associated Press)
New -York, May 14. The appelate
division of the state supreme court
today decided that it would not in interfere
terfere interfere with the plan to have Harry
K. Thaw's mental status placed be before
fore before a jury for determination, and
dismissed the prohibitory writ asked
for, by the state.
MADE FATAL MISTAKE
Atlanta Topers Poisoned Themselves
Drinking Wood Alcohol
(Associated Press)'
Atlanta, May. 14. Three men and
two women are dead here today as
the result of drinking poison late
Wednesday which the police claim
they had mistaken for liquor: Phy Physicians
sicians Physicians said -the liquid was wood al alcohol.
cohol. alcohol.
INCREASED THE NUMBER
OF CUSTOMS INSPECTORS
Austrian and German Ships in New
York Harbor Carefully
Looked Over
New York, May 14. Seventy cus customs
toms customs inspectors visited the German
vessels lying at dock in Hoboken
yesterday. It was said they would
go later to the German docks in
Brooklyn, visiting every German and
Austrian ship in port. .At the collec collector's
tor's collector's office it was said the men were
on their usual monthly inspection
trips, but no reason was given for
increasing the force from its cus customary
tomary customary complement of 12 men.
Mr. D. E. Mclver returned home
last night from attending the Flor Florida
ida Florida Retail-Hardware Association in
St. Petersburg.
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POSITION

HI'S EXPFCTED
OPPORTUEliTY TO RECEDE FROM
HARDWARE MEN MEET
IN OCALA NEXT YEAR
D. E. Mclver of this City. Elected
Vice President of the State
Association
The St. Petersburg Independent of
the 13th says:
With resolutions of hearty thanks
for the entire citizenship of St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg and the unanimous expres expression
sion expression that their eighth annual con convention
vention convention had been the "greatest ever,"
"splendid," and "a big success," the
retail hardware dealers of Florida
adjourned at 11 o'clock this morning.
Ocala will be the meeting place of
the hardware merchants of Florida
next year, in May, the precise date
to be decided Jater. Not only will a
state convention be held there, but
an exhibit of products from the man manufacturers,
ufacturers, manufacturers, all over the country will
be shown, with an expert demon demonstrator
strator demonstrator in charge to illustrate all the
latest utensils and implements 'and
to give the Florida merchants in instructions
structions instructions in the best modes of sell selling
ing selling merchandise.
President G. S. Meserve, of St. Au Augusts,
gusts, Augusts, was reelected to head the as association
sociation association another year; D. E. Mclver
of Ocala, was elected vice president."
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AN IMPORTANT MATTER
.
For the Attention of Members of
John M. Martin Camp Sons of
Confederate Veterans
Your annual dues of one dollar as
a member of the John M. Martin
Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans
are now due. Our interest in having
these dues paid immediately is two twofold,
fold, twofold, viz: Our number of delegates
to Richmond and their voting power
i limited in proportion to the num number
ber number of paid up members in our camp.
There are over one hundred members
on our roll, and if all dues are paid
up promptly, it will give U3 an ex excellent
cellent excellent showing at the reunion the
last of this month. Then most im important
portant important of all, Ocala will entertain
the state reunion of Confederate Vet Veterans
erans Veterans this fall, and as a part of your
dues are retained by our local camp,
we are very anxious to increase our
treasury as much as possible, so that
we may do our utmost to give the
veterans who will be our guests the
very best state reunion they have
had.
The time is very short, and if you
have not already paid your dues, the
officers of the camp will greatly ap appreciate
preciate appreciate your prompt payment there thereof
of thereof to Mr. Henry D. Stokes, our camp
treasurer. Yours respectfully,
D. Niel Ferguson, Comdt.
EASTER LILIES
Easter lilies suitable for shipping
if desired, special price of 50 cents
per dozen, tomorrow only. Phone
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STAIS BY THE
(Associated
Washington. May 14, With the
dispatch of the note, to Germany, a
spirit of rest and quiet has settled on
the national capital. It is felt that
this country has done what might be
expected of it, and that the next
move is Germany's.
OFFICIAL SILENCE WILL
OBSERVED
BE
White House officials today adopt adopted
ed adopted the policy of silence. It is felt
that any discussion of the situation
at this time will be useless and in inopportune,
opportune, inopportune, inasmuch as the question
is now before the German govern government.
ment. government. WILSON WILL REVEIW OUR
SEA FIGHTERS
President Wilson will leave .late to tonight
night tonight on the May Flower for New
York to review the Atlantic fleet there
next week. During ihe trip, which
will last nearly a 'week, he will be
in touch with every development.
EDITORIAL COMMENT
President Wilson's note to Germany
is editorially commented on through throughout
out throughout the United states today with dis distinct
tinct distinct praise and approbation. Ex Excerpts
cerpts Excerpts from some of the leading
newspapers indexing the American
thought follow: '.
New York World: It is courteous,
but with a cold cutting courtesy that
gives added emphasis fb every word.
New York Herald: It might have
been stronger,' it- might haveN been
weaker, but it will serve.
Louisville Courier-Journal: The
president leaves little room for par parley.
ley. parley. O ;
; Chicago Triune: The president has
undoubtedly ve:cd the sentiment of
the nation upon the use of subma submarines.
rines. submarines. ONLY ONE FL T FOR GERMAN GERMAN-AMERICANS
AMERICANS GERMAN-AMERICANS New York Staats Zcitung: While
the Staats Zeitung 'mal' no edi editorial
torial editorial comment, it has tl following
to say in the course of an a?cle in
English, "There has been but one
flag under which German-Americans
have ever fought. There never can
be but one flag under which they
will ever fight, and that flag is the
Stars and Stripes."
PRAISED IN PARIS
Paris, May 14. The unofficial ver
sion of President Wilson's note to
Germany is highly praised in this
morning's paper3. The Figaro says
it shows "the era of banal protests
is over. v
WILL SUPPORT WILSON
German-Americans of Rochester De-
Clare They are Loyal to their
Adopted Country
Rochester', N. Y May 14. After
a meeting of the German-American
Alliance, here yesterday, President
William Otto issued the following
"statement: "Although the organi organization
zation organization did not take definite action the
sentiment was in favor of unquali
fied support of President Wilson in
whatever action he takes."
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our deepest
thanks and appreciation to our many
friends for their kindly assistance,
and for the beautiful floral offerings
sent in during our recent bereave
ment. Ve especially wish to thank
the members- of the Presbyterian
choir who so touchingly rendered the
music. Mrs. Frances Strunk.
Mrs. J. B. Grimes.
Mrs. J. D. Robertson.
E. A. Strunk.
J. H. Strunk.
MAN TAKES HIS OWN MEDICINE
IS AN OPTIMIST
He has absolute faith in his medi medicine
cine medicine he knows when he takes it for
certain ailments he gets relief. People
who take Dr. King's New Discovery
for an irritating cold are optimists
they know this cough remedy will pen penetrate
etrate penetrate the linings of the throat, kill
the cerms. and oten the wav for na
ture tn apt. You ran't destrov & cold
by superficial treatment you must
go to the cause of the trouble. Be an
optimist. Get a bottle of Dr. King's
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THE GERM
ADMIT
Press)
PLAY BAIL AT
HUNTER PARK
OCALA TOOK THE GAME FROM
SUMMERFIELD BY FOUR
TO TWO
"Four to two in favor of Ocala"
was the shout of the fans as they re returned
turned returned from the baseball game yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Yesterday's game at Hunter Park
between the Summerfield Tigers and
the local team was. fairly well at attended,
tended, attended, and the boys were about
evenly matched, making it a lively
one from start to finish.
The new name given the ball park
is the suggestion of Mr. Steve Jew Jew-ett,
ett, Jew-ett, Ocala's official score keeper, and
is a most appropriate one, as Man Manager
ager Manager Charles W. Hunter has for the
past few seasons proven his loyalty
to the sport by his untiring work for
the local aggregation.
The diamond was in good shape
considering the amount of rain that
had fallen within a few hours of the
game.
The game by innings is as follows:
First Inning
Summerfield: W. Ineson out third
to first; Bowman out second to first;
Mackay hit over first and stole sec second;
ond; second; Gunn hit over second, scoring
Mackay; Jones out pitcher to first.
One run, two hits.
Ocala: J. Chazal fly out to third;
Davis out. grounder to second; Batts
ouc pitcher to first.-
Second Inning
Summerfield: Lawton out foul fly
to third; Davis fanned; H. Ineon
fanner.
Sammerfield's Catcher Got Peeved in
the S-cond
Ocala: Zewadski fly out to second,
Galloway hit by pitcher, stole sec second
ond second and went to third on passed hall;
Thompson beat out bunt to pitcher,
scoring Galloway, later stole second
and third, scoring on over throw to
catcher; Bullock -walked; Harris
fanned. Two runs.
Batts -Sees Things- When nit by
Pitcher in .the Third
Third Inning
Summerfield: Overmeyer fanned

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W. Ineson out second to first; Bow Bowman
man Bowman hit to left, out trying to steal
second.
Ocala: J. Chazal fanned; Davis
fanned; Batts hit to pitcher; Zewad-
ski fanned.
J. Chazal Trying o Get : Bowman's
Fly -in the! Third
Fourth Inning
Summerfield: Mackay' fanned;
Gunn hit to lext for two bases; Jones
hit to third; safe on overthrow, going
to second, and scoring Gunn; Lawton
out pitcher to first; Davis out, right
to first. One run.
Ocala: Galloway 'walked, stole sec
ond; Thompson out foul fly to catch catcher;
er; catcher; Galloway went to third; Chazal
out second to first, scoring Galloway.
Bullcck fanned. One run.
, Fifth Inning
Summerfield: IL Ineson hit to left;
Overmeyer out pitcher to first; W.
Ineson hit by. pitcher; Bowman out
second to first; Mackay fly out to
short.
Ocala: Harris hit through third for
two bases, going to third on passed
ball; J. Chazal fanned; Davis- out
foul fly to catcher; Harris out trying
to steal home.
Sixth Inning
Summerfield: Mackay banned;
Gunn out, interfering with play;
Jones out foul fly to catcher.
Ocala: Batts out second to first;
Zewadski hit over first; Galloway hit
through pitcher; Thompson sacrificed
to pitcher; Zewadski thrown out at
plate. Galloway out at plate.
Seventh Inning
Summeri!d: Davis lamed; H.
Ineson out fly to right; Overmeyer
fanned.
Ocala: C. Chazal fanned: Bullock
fanned; Harris walked; J. Chazal out
pitcher to first.
Eighth Inning
Summerfield: W. Ineson hit by
pitcher; Bowman hit between first and
second; Mackay out pitcher to first;
Gunn out pitcher to first, throwing
Ineson out at plate.
Ocala: Davis hit over short; Batts
hit to center for three bases, put out
oversliding third; Davis scored; Ze
wadskt walked; Galloway hit to
right, Zewadski going to third; Din-
kins fanned; C. Chazal walked; Bui
lock out catcher to first.
Ninth Inning
Summerfield: Jones hit through
third, out trying to steal second;
Lawton fanned; Davis fanned.
Score: R H
Sumrfild .. 10010000 02
Ocala 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 6
'Batteries: Summerfield, Overmeyer
and H. Ineson; Ocala, Harris and
Bullock. Struck out by Harris 9; by
Overmeyer 8. Umpires, Dr. T. K
Slaughter and Dr. M. C Lzlar.
Both batteries did splendid work
and the fielding was with few excap-
tioni:. without errors.

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CHffiO III THE EASr-lTALV'S
YET
Press)
London, May 14. The great bat
tle between the allies and Germans

in the west is characterized infc-i.;
vices reaching here as one of unbe unbelievable
lievable unbelievable fury. The allies claim. their

forces are holding firmly. The French
official communication from Paris to today
day today declares their forces in addition
occupied several trenches yesterday
southwest' of Souchex. Ha in-has been
falling since yesterday morning.
CONFLICTING REPORTS 'FROM
. . THE EAST ;f
The Russian report tays the- battle-

in Western Galic:a is beccrr.'r.g Tcss
intense, but Berlin arid Vienna :cori-

inue to claim their forces are sweep-
ng eastward.
DARDANELLES SUCCESS
NOT
DECIDED
Advices from the Dardanelles say
the. French and British forces con
tinue to' gafrrbttr there" i3 no decisive
result yet.
ITALY UNDECIDED
Italy's', dcqiripn ii.-still in the bal
ance. The, ;ng as yet. has taken no-
action on th,e ;rerigr,ation-cf-the cab cabinet.
inet. cabinet. :
MEASURE PASSED OVER
TnE GOVERNOR'S VETO
Tallahassee, May 14. For the sec
ond time in fourteen years the Sen Senate
ate Senate yesterday passed a bill over the
governor's veto, when it took up the
veto message relating to an act cre
ating a hew judicial circuit to be
known as the twelfth judicial circuit
and providing two additional cirtrait
judges therefor. The vote was 24
to 3.
SILVER MEDAL CONTESTS
There were two silver medal con
tests held at Griner Farm schooP
house on Thursday night. One by a
class of boys and Lester Wilson re
ceived the medal on the recitation.
"Above All Things Create Appetite."
The judges for this contest were Mr.
Robert McCormick, Mr. Webber and
Mrs. Cahoon. There were ten bright
little girls in the L.T. L. contest and
Louise Murphy was the happy recip recipient
ient recipient of the medaL The judges were
Mr. Perkins, Mrs. LufTman and Miss
Zenia Oliver. We hope to have the
girls in Ocala next week to repeat
their contest and if you don't believe
they speak well, just come and hear
them. Mrs. G. D. Washburn, Sapt.
KENDRICK W. a 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
been present.
The meeting was opened with a
scripture reading and prayer by the
president; followed by a song. The
Temperance Lighthouse."
After the roll call the minutes of
the last two meetings were read and
approved.
The treasurer's report Ehowed a
splendid increase in the funds, the re result
sult result of the recent ice cream copper.
A vote of thanks was extended to all
and especially the children for their
loyalty and assistance cn this occa occasion.
sion. occasion. The different committees were as assigned
signed assigned for the coming district con convention
vention convention to be held the 23th and 2Cth
of May. Owing to the district con convention
vention convention being here on cur meeting
day, our next regular meeting will
be held at the church on Thursday
afternoon, June 8th.
Julia IL Wbb, Pres3 Supt
-Blank books and eCce supplies at
The Murray Cotspany. lS-Ci

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THERE IS NO CALAMITY WHICH A GREAT NATION' CAN IN-

VITE WHICH EQUALS THAT WHICH FOLLOWS A SUPINE SUB SUBMISSION
MISSION SUBMISSION TO WRONG AND LNJUSTICE, AND THE CONSEQUENT
LOSS OF NATIONAL SELF-RESPECT AND HONOR, BENEATH
WHICH ARE SHIELDED AND DEFENDED A PEOPLE'S SAFETY
4ND GREATNESS. GROVER CLEVELAND.

Tfc ,i;flrrence between real charity

and other things is that other things

grow on what is given to them, Dut

charity grows on what it gives.

A petition asking Governor Slaton

to show clemency to ieo rran. --

ing numerously, signed in Atlanta.

s;vr, million dollars, most of it

raised in America, has been contrib-i

uted for the relief of Belgium.

We don't know just who writes the
Htrvi-inls for the Jacksonville Me

tropolis these days, but they read
like a red-blooded American holds

the pen.

A tremendous battle is now going

on along the western front in North
France and Flanders. No partic

nisrs are criven out by either side,

which isa sure sign that the fighting

Ifundecided as it is desperate.

The legislative committee Jto in-xroctio-ntA
the fire at the state reform

school consists of Ellis Davis of Jack Jacket
et Jacket nnntv! J. J. Hanley of Lafayette

county, and N. C. Bryan, of Osceola

county.

Discussing the torpedoing of the
American steamer Gulflight, Senator
Williams of Mississippi, said: "If I

were president, I would mobilize the
fleet and demand of ; Germany- not
onlv an anoloev and indemnity but

' that such an incident

should not be repeated."

A dispatch last night from Wash-

in trton said: "An official at the ier

man embassy and other- diplomats in

Washington express the opinion that
the efforts of the United States to

bring German operations against

such vessels as the Lusitania to an

abrunt hault will prove unavailing.

It is even suggested that the kaiser
will welcome the opportunity to dis

patch a swarm of submarines to the

Atlantic in an effort to sweep Amer

ican shipping from the seas. Upon

the other hand it is suggested that
Germany may again offer to with

draw submarine warfare in British
waters if Great Britain will cease

the blockade of Germany."

WILL SHORTEN THE ROUTE
Of the New Railroad Across the
Southern End of Florida
The Times-Union says: At a meet meeting
ing meeting held last week in the New York

city offices of James Stewart & Co.,
the financial contractors, who propose
financing and building the Ft. Myers,
Marco Bay and Miami railroad, it
was decided to make a new complete
survey from Ft. Myers dirt to Ft.

Lauderdale, and then to Miami, and
to change the name of the railroad to
Ft. Myers, Lauderdale and Miami
railroad.
This report of the New York

meeting was given exclusively to the
Times-Union yesterday by William J.

Hilands, one of the officers of the
railroad company in. charge of the
building of the new road. Mr. Hi Hilands
lands Hilands made but a short stop in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville yesterday, coming in from
New York city, and leaving 'at 10 a.
m. for southern points in the state.

Mr. Hilands stated that" the new
survey, aimed to cut out the West
Coast towns completely, would short shorten
en shorten the distance to Miami by fifteen
miles, and do away with the thirty thirty-mile
mile thirty-mile branch to Lauderdale, making
the road 135 miles in length against

180 miles, the former route.

There is "no valid reason why an

honest negro should not be allowed

to practice law or any other profes-

sion in norma, axiu iui.
reason why he should be encouraged
to develop his talents along profes

sional and, other lines. In case a ne ne-cto
cto ne-cto lawyer acts dishonestly with his

clients, he is invariably disbarred on

short notice. It is cause for regret

that, for the benefit and honor- of

the profession, white lawyers of the

'shyster", class and -there are many

of them are not dealt with as sum summarily.
marily. summarily. Tampa Times.

Now, then you've said something.
A special to -the Jacksonville Me

tropolis from its Washington corres correspondent
pondent correspondent said: "I have just received
an inside tip from an officer of the

German embassy here that the
kaiser will reject President Wilson's
proposal concerning the German sub submarine
marine submarine war and will welcome war

with the United States. A subma

rine flotilla will be sent to .sink Am

erican vessels conveying munitions of

war."

Many argued a few months ago,

when the movement for the relief of

Belgium began, that we had better

keep our charity for our destitute at

home. Since then, almost fifty mill

ion dollars have been raised in Am

erica for relief of the Belgians, and

we have cared for our own poor as

well as usual.

In an interview with Mr. Hilands,
who has just returned from New
York, it seems that the west coast
people can thank the Southern States

Land and Timber Company of New

Orleans, which owns 300,000 acres of
timber land in Lee county, for not
i getting the road on the west coast.

This company, after repeated prom

ises to grant rights of way through
its land, finally refused to put the
right of way in legal shape. It will
probably be many a day before there

is a road built through this territory
and down the west coast section that
the company first intended to tra

verse.

The new route decided upon has
many advantages, chiefly the fact

that the route is shortened some 45
miles, and yet the main object of get getting
ting getting the trans-state business and

through shipments is accomplished.
The difference in time that it will

take to construct the road oyer the
new rather than the old route, and
the large amount of money saved in

construction work will look very at attractive
tractive attractive to the stockholders.

The contractors who are to build

the road, one of the largest firms in
the United States, and the financial
backers are just as solid, so that this
South Florida section can very soon
expect its long delayed transportation.

BELLEVIEW

The Germans find that gas is not

an all around success as an offensive
weapon. At a place on the British

line in France the other day, the

Britons laid flat and let the gas go
over them. Then when the Germans

rushed forward, expecting to walk

over corpses, they were mowed down

by rifle and machine gun fire.

MAY 17th

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Belleview, May 12. Belleview
school children, their parents and
friends celebrated their emancipa

tion from school duties and the be beginning
ginning beginning of vacation by picnicking at
North Lake Weir. .Mr. Claude E.
Connor very generously tendered the
use of his grounds and buildings to
the picnickers. This location is a
dream, situated as it is at the north

end of Lake Weir, on a low bluff run running
ning running back from the beach, filled with
orange, grapefruit, massive oak and
magnolia trees in full bloom; fitted up
with swings, wells of water, bath

houses, a dock with a spring-board

for fancy diving. Some of the best
fishing grounds on the entire lake are
just off from this delightful place.
Mr. Connor was there himself to see
that everyone enjoyed themselves.
Big tubs of ice water setting around
in different places in the grounds

quenched the desires of the thirsty.
After dinner, to those who wished it,
a delightful mild punch made from
unfermented grapejuice was served.
The dinner, which was a collation bf

the combined baskets of all, was a
I thing of joy and beauty, as long as

it lasted. The bathing was partici participated
pated participated in by all who wished, and as

the sun begun to travel downwards
in the west, one by one, different
teams began to straighten out on
the road for Belleview, after thanking
the generous host for his very cour

teous, old-time hospitality. Prof.
Connor feels that the event was a

fitting celebration to end the school
year,
Mrs. W. R. Kilpatrick has return

ed from a visit to her daughter, Mrs.

O. F. Maddox, at Tarpon Springs.

Mr. John T. Lee left last Tuesday
for his home at Winter Haven, after
a two week's visit in town looking aft after
er after his real estate interests.
Mr. Joseph Flanagan left very sud suddenly
denly suddenly for Brooklyn, N. Y last Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday in response to a-summons re requiring
quiring requiring his presence there -on very
important business.

Mr. Adolph Baumgartner, who
came down from New York about five
weeks ago, expecting to spend the
summer at his place in the west end
of town, and who was later seized
with a serious illness and removed to
the Marion County Hospital at Ocala
and operated on, passed away Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, May 6th, and the remains were
brought to Belleview and interred in
the Belleview cemetery on the fol following
lowing following day. Mr. Baumgartner was
very friendly with every one he met
and was a strong admirer of the Star
and he will be missed by his ffienSs.

It is understood that his only living
relative is his .mother in Germany.
Mr. Lewis Weihe has been appointed
administrator of the estate.
Dear Sister Anna Dana is back
with us once more, coming in quite
unexpectedly last Sunday from Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, and is dividing her time

between her own home and that of

Mrs. Dudley. We understand that

Mrs. Dana has found a purchaser for

her hqme and that when the deal i3
consummated and she leaves us again
it will be for the zrt time.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. White with the
Misses Margarette and Maye, left
last Saturday for Pittsburg, travel traveling
ing traveling by easy stages.
Mr. J. D. Beatty made a little bus business
iness business trip to Ocala last Friday.
Mrs. E. O. Lansford and children
spent several days last week in town
visiting with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. K. Kilpatrick.

Col. and Mrs. W. C. Doolittle with j

Miss Ella Reed closed their cottage,
here last .Tuesday and departed for
their summer home at Short eBach,

Conn., via the Clyde Line from Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Prof. A. B. Connor left last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for Tallahassee, where he will
take the state teachers final exami examination.
nation. examination. Mr. Sam Millican came in last Mon Monday
day Monday from North Carolina, where he
has been for several months.
Mrs. W. T. Evans came down from
Ocala last Friday and spent Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday at her home.
Mrs. I. I. Strong of Ocala is spend spending
ing spending the week with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Nichols, while Mr.

Strong is away on a business trip.
Mr. Tremere spent last Tuesday in
Ocala.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the M.
E. church gave an ice cream social at
the hall last Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. -S. Cogswell
spent last M6nday over at Heather
Island, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
Hightower.
Mrs. Newelland and Mrs. Bohanon

are nicely settled in the Millison cot

tage and Mrs. Bohanon is resting

somewhat easier with her rheumatic
foot, and we hone soon to see her out

and around once more, as lively and

chirp as ever.

The rain of last Saturday and Sun

day was a godsend and a blessing to

the truckers and farmers. It came
just in time to keep the truck crop
progressing and to give a new lease

of life to the staple crops.

A number of our truckers have

ploughed up a considerable portion of
their vegetable crops 4and planted
staples, which wasva very sensible

thing to do.

Mrs. Ellen F. Bush started Wed

nesday on her twenty-fifth pilgrim

age from Belleview to her home in

Quincy, Mass., where she expects to

snend art of the summer. The go

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ings and comings of Mrs. Bush are

always occasions for red letter days,
so to speak, in Belleview. Her going

always calls for a demonstration and

a crowd of her friends to see her off.

Her coming is always an affair of

welcome by her scores of friends, and
here's hoping that there will be many

more of them.

Mr. Charles Oakley and daughter,
Miss Mattie Oakley, have reluctantly

torn themselves away from their be

loved erarden and cozy cottage and

departed last Wednesday foT their

home on Long Island, in New York

state.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Cogswell

celebrated their thirtieth wedding an anniversary
niversary anniversary by going to the Belleview
school picnic held on the grounds of
Mr. Claude E. Connor on the beauts
ful shores of Lake Weir.

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IN "HARD TIMES' WHEN YOU FEEL IT NECESSARY TO
CURTAIL EXPENDITURES, DO YOU THINK THAT MUSIC,
AT LEAST, IS ONE TIIXq 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 arid realized that you need music, now and
thamusic in its most enjoyable form is at your elbow.
After the day's work is over, an evening of music in your home 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-
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Consider the Poor.
It Is written not, "Blessed is he that
feedeth the poor." but "Blessed Is he
that considereth the poor. And you
know a little thought and a little
kindness are often worth more than a
great deart of money .-r-Ruakln.

Det Think Softly.
"If blue or depressed, think of &
pretty girl or something equally as

i pleasant, advises a-doctor. H'ra. In

j the case of a marr ed man It would ba
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Burbank, May 13. Dr. Jacobs re returned
turned returned "to his home last week in Den Denver,
ver, Denver, Colo. The doctor expects to re return
turn return this winter to make Burbank his
home.
Mr. J. P.' Ilight was unable to fill
the pulpit Sunday on account of be be-ine
ine be-ine ill.

Mr. Ilillman of .Anthony was in this

vicinity Monday. Mr. Ilillman says
things in the garden line were. look-

ins: better here than at Anthony.

Mr. George Graham spent a few
days in Lakeland this week on busi

ness.

Mr. V. II. Turner returned last
week to Macon, Ga to again take up

his" job as conductor on the M. D. &

S- after a few months vacation with

his family.
Mr. F. E. Heahl left for his home
last week at Manila, Ind., to spend the
summer. Mr. Heahl expects to re return
turn return this fall with his family to make
this place their home.
A eood rain fell here last week and

another the first of this week. Both
were-needed and appreciated by the
fanners.
Miss Helen Hubbard of Palatka,
spent a few days the guest of home

folks.
Mr. M. D. L. Graham and daughter
Miss Jean, were shoppers in Ocala
Friday and Saturday.
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etrates penetrates to the seat of the trouble
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The Itemed life of Helen and Warren
By MABEL HERBERT URNER
Originator of Their Married Life. Author of "The
Journal of a Neglected Wife," The Womaa Alone' etc

Nora's Sullen Spells Are Most Trying, and Helen Decides
to Let Her Go

(Copyright, 1313, by the McClure Newspaper Syndicate.)

"Nora, when did you clean this
stove?"
Nora shut the ice box with a bang
before she answered sullenly:
"Wipe- it off after every meal."
"Well, Just look at this!" With the
tip of her finger Helen touched a
blackened, grease-crusted burner.
"And this drip pan," drawing it out, "is
filthy!"
"Guess I know how it was when I
came. Guess I keep my stove and my
kitchen cleaner than the girl you had
'fore me."
"That will do, Nora. Now, this pan
must be scoured! You'll have to use
ammonia to cut that grease, and take
a stiff brush to those burners. I want
this cleaned this morning before you
begin the silver."
Helen left the kitchen with an' angry
flush. Nora was getting more sullen
and insolent every day. She had made
a mistake in taking her back. She
should have known that once having
clashed, things could never be the
same. Now, she was slighting her
work. There was no excuse for that
stove.
"Thompson's here to fix that hot
water spigot" announced Nora, ap appearing
pearing appearing at the door a moment later.
"You said you wanted to see him."
Helen turned sharply.
"What did .you say, Nora? What
did you call Mr. Thompson?"
"I said Thompson's here to fix that
hot water spigot," defiantly.
"Nora, I want this to be the last
time you ever call Mr. Thompson
Thompson. I've spoken to you about
that before. He's the superintendent
here, and for you to presume to call
him Thompson
"Well, that's his name, ain't it?" her
face reddening with sulky temper.
"And he calls me Nora, doesn't he?
I've got no use for that man.' He made
my uncle come up on that servants'
elevator and my uncle's just as much
a gentleman as anybody that comes
to. this house."
"But, Nora, that's the rule here
anybody calling on the maids must use
that elevator. They can't make an ex exception
ception exception of your uncle."
And Helen hurried out to Mr.
Thompson, irritably conscious that
Nora was getting more -and more on
her nerves.
It was after luncheon before
Helen went into the kitchen again. In
a glance she saw the stove had been
only half cleaned, but she ignored it,
not feeling equal to another combat
just then. Yet she knew Nora had
seen her look at it, and was furious at
her own lack of courage.
"Where did these Come from.
Nora?" taking up a monkey wrench
and a large screw driver from the
kitchen table.
"He left 'em when he was fixin' the
sink."
"Who do you mean by 'he?' de demanded
manded demanded Helen,' pointedly.
Nora hesitated. She dared not say
"Thompson," and her stubborn pride
would not let her say "Mr. Thompson."
Then came an inspiration.
"The superintendent, ma'am."'
"And what did I tell you to call the
superintendent, Nora?'"
"Mister Thompson," with sneering
emphasis. Then, under her breath,
"But I'll call him what I please when
you ain't around."
Pretending not to hear this last
mumbled comment, Helen left the
kitchen. She went straight to her
desk and took up the calendar.
Nora's month 'would be up the fif fifteenth
teenth fifteenth just nine more days. She
would tell her tomorrow that she must
look for another place. She would
not keep her after the fifteenth!
That evening at dinner Nora waited
on the table .with lowered, reddened
eyes and an air of gloomy sullenness.
"What's the matter with her?" de demanded
manded demanded Warren, as she left the room.
"She's getting difficult again"! ad admitted
mitted admitted Helen, with a sigh. "She had
one of her sullen spells today."
"What'd I tell you when you took
her back?"
"Well, when her month's up I'm
going to let her go. I shall tell her
tomorrow that shell have to look for
another place." r
"Huh! I'd hae fired her long ago."
"You've put up with"
' "Hush, dear!" Through the partly
opened pantry door Helen caught the
gleam of Nora's white apron. "Oh, I
believe she heard!" ,
"Serves her right for listening."
When Nora brought In the salad her
eyes were lowered, but Helen saw brer
hand tremble as she put down the
dish. How much, had she heard?
For the rest of the evening Helen
felt vaguely uncomfortable. She
thought of Nora .out there brooding
sidney thinking, no doubt, they were
still "talking her over." 'She could
never bear to feel that they were two
against one and Nora was so alone!
Finally, yielding to her uneasiness,
she went out to the. kitchen. The
door of Nora's room was open, but she
was not there.
"Nora!" she called, uncertainly.
On a warm night she sometimes
went, up to the roof, but never with without
out without permission, and never so late as
this.

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Only yesterday Helen had read about
a servant hurling herself from the win window
dow window because she was homesick and
lonely. The next -moment she was out.
in the hall. Not waiting for the ele elevator
vator elevator she darted up the stairs.
As she stepped out on the roof a
rain drop splashed in her face. It
was a heat shower. The drops came
faster, rattling heavily on the tin roof roofing.
ing. roofing. The rumble of a cab came up
faintly from the street below.
Nora was not there. The roof was
deserted. Helen turned to go down,
then paused. What was "that over by
the chimney? Something moved.
It was Nora, huddled against the
chimney, her head on her arms.
"Why, Nora, what are you doing up
here in the rain?"
No answer except a choking sob.
"You'll be sick." Helen shook her
lightly; her thin waist was damp.
"I don't care," sobbingly.
"Well, I do. I can't afford to have
you sick on my hands."
The heartlessness of this remark
struck Helen, but it had its effect. It
checked Nora's emotionalism. With Without
out Without a word she rose and started down.
-Determinedly Helen followed her to
her room.
"Nora, you're not happy here. You
say your mother wants you to come
back to Ireland now, why don't you
go??
Helen was not prepared for the
storm of tears that followed.
"Hush. Nora, hush!"
"They'll hear you outside.
sternly.
If you
won't go back home, then why don't
you get another place where you'll
have only chamber work? You'd like
that better, I'm sure."
Gradually Nora sobbed out that she
didn't want another place, that she
had heard what they said about the
fifteenth, but that she wanted to stay.
Helen, helpless before this hysteri hysterical
cal hysterical outburst, finally promised to give
her another month's trial, another
chance to conquer her sullenness.
Reassured -. by this, Nora quieted
down, but Helen left her with vague
misgivings. Already she half regret regretted
ted regretted her promise.
"Where in the deuce have you
been?" demanded Warren.
"With Nora. I told you she over overheard
heard overheard us at dinner." Then, resigned resignedly.
ly. resignedly. "I've promised to give her anoth another
er another month's trial."
"For the love of Mike! That makes
how many times you've discharged and
taken her back?"
"Only once before, dear. And this
'time, if she doesn't improve she'll
have to go. 'I told her that distinctly."
"Well, by Jingo," stooping for his
paper with a disdainful shrug, "that
girl's got your number. She can work
you to the limit."
Absently, Helen, tidied her work-basket,-
wound up the spools, and
thrust pins and needles into the
strawberry cushion. Warren was
right, Nora did impose on her. No
one else would "put up with her sul sullen
len sullen obstinacy. Why had she prom promised
ised promised to keepjher? For the moment
her resentment against Nora hard hardened
ened hardened into a positive dislike.
Mechanically she opened a tightly tightly-folded
folded tightly-folded envelope and poured into her
hand some bullet-like pearl buttons.
Where had they come from? They
had been on that old silk waist she
had given Nra for. a dust cloth, and
Nora had carefully cut them off and
put them here.
They were a mute testimony of
Nora's loyalty, and economy. She was
always doing Just such things. No
other girl ever worked so whole wholeheartedly
heartedly wholeheartedly for their interest.
. And it was only lately that she
had begun to slight her work. She
had said she was not .well; perhaps
she was tired, overworked. She had
been with them over a year without
a day's rest or change.
Slowly, thoughtfully. Helen put back
the buttons, refolded the envelope,
then turned to Warren with an abrupt:
"Dear, how long has Miss Middleton
been with you?"
" 'Bout a year. Why?"
"You're going to give her a vacation
this summer?"
"Sure. "Two weeks this" month.
Why?"
"Nothing. I was just wondering.
The stenographer would get her va vacation,
cation, vacation, that was taken for granted.
Why not the servant? Her hours
were longer and her work more mo monotonous.
notonous. monotonous. No wonder Nora was grow growing
ing growing sullen and irritable. She was never
away from that kitchen or her little
room adjoining it.
"Warren, about how much does it
cost to go to some nearby seashore
for a week? I mean for someone who
has to go cheaply. Not to a big hotel,
but just to a cheap boarding house?"
"What're you driving at, anyway?
Miss Middleton can engineer her own
vacation."
"I wasn't thinking of Miss Middle Middle-ton,"
ton," Middle-ton," musingly. Then, with sudden
briskness, "Dear, do you know it's
after twelve and we were up so late
last night. Shall I turn on your bath?"
During the rush hours in Buffalo tho
street car company operates two-car
trains.

How the Modern Housewife Has Revo Revolutionized
lutionized Revolutionized Her Method.
Modern njttlnls hare at last revo revolution
lution revolution iz J hoti.MH-ltfuning. As quickly
as -Ioset.s art -U.mod and blaukets
laundered tht? vaviiuui cleaner wagon
drives up t the d-or. the dust and air
hose are ru-Ouvi through -onvenient
windows, and the fray is on.
livery speck f dust H literally suck suck-ej"
ej" suck-ej" from the house. AH upholstery to
the Inst button receives attention
Drajteries. curtains, rugs and mat-tresse-
are rone over, and pillows after
being cleaned seem double their usual
size and are as light and fluffy as when
they were new.
This whirlwind denning takes bat a
few hours and is conducted by compe compe-teLt
teLt compe-teLt men. whose business it is. They
rapidly detach and attach the various
bote nozzles for different branches of
the work. While this Is going on win window
dow window are being washed, brasses polish polished,
ed, polished, hrfe-a-brae Is being cleaned, floor
polished, and as fast as a room U fin finished
ished finished it is set to rights. In a wonder wonderful
ful wonderful y short time it is all over and at a
suiprisingly small cost-
I'y dinner time everything has as assumed
sumed assumed its normal appearance minus
the pile of dust and dirt the men have
cairied away in their wagon. And the
man of the house has not only escaped
all discomfort, but in most cases does
not realize that anything has happened
du:ing his absence. Our grandmothers
might look with suspicion on this kind
of housecleaning. doubting jts thor thoroughness,
oughness, thoroughness, but we know that from
every point of view. It is far more
thorough and sanitary than their more
laborious methods.
One secret of this present day house house-cleaning
cleaning house-cleaning Is the general use" of rugs In
place of the old fashioned heavy car carpets
pets carpets and the daily use of modern clean cleaning
ing cleaning appliances. These special wall
brushes, stair brushes, dustless dusters
that polish as they go. dustless mops,
waxed floor polishers and the improve improvements
ments improvements in all branches of housework
keep the home always clean.
The pantries and kitchen receive
their. weekly cleaning much ns in the
olden days. Here, perhaps, science has
done less to reduce labor than In other
parts of the house, for as long ns we
use dishes they must be washed, silver
must be polished and glassware clean
ed carefully and perfectly. And until
fashion supplies and encourages the
use of table fittings that may be de destroyed
stroyed destroyed after -each meal the dlshpan
must be reckoned with in the round of
each day's duties. v
The housekeeper who would keep
up to date should make n tour-frequently
of the large household shops
or departments in the larger stores and
get acquainted with the 'many con
venieoces offered for her consideration.
She should acquire the time saving de de-"vices
"vices de-"vices that make for efficiency In the
kitchen, just as a man seeks for effl
cient office and hop devices.

How to Use Burlap Upon Your Walls
Artistically.
One advantage of a good burlap in
that It can stay on the wall for years
before painted a new -oior when one
desires. In a house where walls are
uneven or. cracked this Is an admirable
treatment, us its roughness hide the
defect. Where a hall Is dingy It can
.A r.-.l.nAJ I. n ... . ...... U n..,tAl
color wash.
A favorite paper for dining room. or
library where there Is a high wainscot
ing or plate rail two thirds up the wall
Is a scenic frieze put ou the upper third. ;
Wonderful color effects are shown In
these papers, which are cool northern
landscapes and again tropical scenes.
How to Prevent Food From Scorching.
If your vegetables or preserves
scorch' while cooking, advises cook, re j
move the vessel instantly from t
range aud set it In a pan of cold waiter. ;
letting it remain there for ten or fir-
.teen minutes. At the end of that time
you will find that the scorched taste!
has all vanished from the food. I
When cooking cabbage, turnips or
onions boil at the same time some vine vinegar
gar vinegar with few spices. This will destroy
all vegetable odor.
When lulling a bam leave It io the
water in which it has been boiled until
It is quite cold. This will make it
Juicy and tender.
STANUiAG COMMITTEES
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
FOR THE YEAR 1915
Finance
D. W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, M. J.
Roess. v
Judiciary
Geo. A. Nash, W-. A. Knight, IL A.
Fausett.
Street
M. J: Roess, D. V. Tompkins, Geo.
A. Nash.
Cemetery
John Moore, M. J. Roess, J. C
Smith.
Fire
J. J. Gerig, II. A. Fausett, W. A
Knight.
Police
W. A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, Jf. C.
Smith.
Market
J. C. Smith, J. M. Meffert, J. J.
Gerig.
Sanitary
H. A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash, D. W.
Tompkins.
Building
John Moore, H. A. Fausett, J. C
Smith.
Light and Water
J. M. Meffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.
J. Gerig.
Mind Always Above Fortune.
The mind is above fortune'; If it b
evil, it makes everything else so too;
but if it be ri?ht and sincere, it cor corrects
rects corrects what is wrong, and mollifies
what i3 hard, with modesty and cour cour-i
i cour-i age. Seneoa.
Where Steadiness Is Requisite.
A steady h3nd in military affairs-1
more requisite than in peace, because
an error committer! in war may prove
.rremediable.- Hacon.

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We are putting on this Big Eight Day Sale
for the special purpose of showing the pub public
lic public how much they can get at our store for a
small quantity of cash. Our stock is all new
and in first class shape, and as to quality, we
are too well known to boast of this.
Look 'owex these prices fifeem
come audi see tlie dodiSo

5 -yds. 36 in. Sea Island sheeting,
worth 10c yd. Sale Price 29c
Not over 5 yds. to a customer.
10 yds. Colored Outing, worth
10c yd.. Sale Price 79c
12Y2 to 18c Shadow Laces for 10c
5 yds. Apron Ginghams, fast
colors, going in this "Sale for 24c
Not over 5 yds to a customer.
One Lot Ladies' Shirt Waist,
worth up to $1.00 Sale Price 49c
Ladies' Gunmetal Pumps, with
strap, worth $2. Sale Price 98c
Sizes 3 to 4 1-2
27 in. Embroidery Flouncing, 30c
value, in this Sale for only 19c
Colored Embroidery Flouncing,

f in all colors, worth 75c, Now 39c

Ladies9 Muslin underwear rang'

ihg in price from 19c

We are hnsy 'gettog

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Affair of
Round of Pleasure.
"Well." mused six-year-old Harry as
he waa being buttoned into a clean
white suit, "this has been an exciting
week, hasn't it, mother? Monday we
wont trt th ico. Wednesday I lost
a tooth, Thursday was Lily's birthday
party. Friday I was sick, yesterday i
,o mv hair rut and now here I am
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rnsbing off to Sunday school!"

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Ladies Oxfords
$1.75 Value, Sale Price
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2.50
3.00
3.50

$1.25 values, Sale Price

1.75
2.50
3.00
3.50
One Lot
$2.25
up.

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Keep It Under Cover.
In 1775 Frederick the Great wrote:
"Constant attention roust be paid to
hiding as far as possible one's plans
and ambitions. Secrecy is an tlndls
pensable virtue in politics as well as
In the art of war."

On Saturday ana 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.

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Handkerchiefs, worth 10c, will
be sold in this Sale for -5c

Men's Pants
98c
$1-39
1.98
2.39
2.98
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of Men's Oxfords, worth
Sale Price
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Men's Straw Hats, worth up to
$2.00 sold in this Sale for 98c
Men's Work Shirts, 50c values,
Sale Price 39c

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Japan's Unpaved Streets.
Although most of the cities In Japaa
hare good siiowalks, modern street
paring is practically unknown in 1-
empire.

Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful cf ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Buy your orugs from Genu's- Qual Quality
ity Quality the best always. 4-27-tf

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OCALA, FLORIDA
ENTIRELY REIOj)ELED
RATES3- 75c to S1.50 NO HIGHER
Dining Room with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the Hou?e
ELECTRIC K LEVATOR SKRVICi; IMIO.VES IX ALL ROOMS
LOUIS N. LONG, Prop.
The only Hotel on the Square

ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR

MARION COUNTY j
FAIR COMMITTEES

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SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTSMAN

Land Surveying, Leveling, Drainage, Maps, Plata, Profiles
All kinds of Tracings or Draughting

FLORIDA TITLE ABSTRACT CORPORATION

OCALA, FLA.

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Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling

PHONE 296

Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

We Sell
BEAVER BOARD
Huperior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
1NVESIGATE.

COLLIEE BEOS., Proprietors.

I Buildings: D. E. Mclver.
' Executive: Z. C. Chambliss. Chair

man; .D. E. Mclver, Baxter Carn. j
I Finance: Baxter Carn, chairman;;
i L. K. Edwards.
j Live Stock Exhibits: L- K. Ed-1
"wards, chairman; E. C. Beuchler, O. j

M. dale, II. II. Whitworth. Jbhn
S Mathews, J. R. Williams, Dr. S. II.
j Blitch, S. T. Sistmnk.
Agricultural Exhibits: Baxter

Carn, chairman; S. J. McCully, J. W.
Davis B. R. Blitch, J. W. Luffman

W. M. Gist, Chas. B. Howell, J. T.I
Rawls, Geo. II. Dyke, M. M. Proctor.
Jno. K. Rogers, J. B. Martin, J. W.
Stevens, W. J. Crosby.
Machinery and Implements: Bruce
Meffert, chairman; W. A. Knight, C.
E. Simmons.
Minerals and Woods: Clarence
Meffert, chairman; F. B. Beckham.
Thomas Sexton.
Publicity: Frank Harris, chairman;
R. R. Carroll, J. D. Rooney.
Amusements: J. M. Meffert, chair chairman;
man; chairman; A. C. Cobb, the secretary.
Domestic Exhibits: Mrs. J. R.
Moorhead, and assistants.
Horticultural Exhibits: E. L.
Wartmann, chairman; John Lewis, S.
F. Rou, R. L. Lytle, E. L. Carney, W.
G. Norsworthy, E. O. Cordery.
Poultry Exhibits: E. C. Bennett,

chairman; J. L. Davis, Mrs. Nathan
Mayo, A. P. Bitting, Mrs. S. H.
Blitch, H. Schroeder, Mrs. George J.
Blitch, D. S. Cromartie, Mrs. J. T.
Rawls, Mrs. D. Haskill, W. M. Shock-

Uey.

Manufactures: John Taylor, T. I.
Arnold, Waldo Martin.
Negro Department: Jos. L. Wiley,
chairman; Frank P. Gadson, W. P.
Wilson, M. D., Fred K. Powers, G. G.
Giles, secretary.
Superintendents
Horticultural Department: Chas. F.
Schneider.
Agricultural Department: Travis
W. Collier.
Live Stock: C. G. Frazier.
Poultry Department: E. C. Ben Bennett.
nett. Bennett. Domestic Department: Mrs. J. R.
Moorhead.
Domestic Department (Negro):
Powers, and assistants.
Of Races: Charles Goddard.

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Benjamin Franklin.

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The Management ot DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic;
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving oi the Institute
offices and 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 be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS 9 A. M. TO 4s30 P. M. PHONE 333

A two-passenger, fourccylinder car,
in first class condition, fully equip equipped
ped equipped ; new tires all around. Will ex exchange
change exchange for good vacant city lots, dh-tf
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.

Did you say BATHING CAPS?
Well, we have the prettiest line you
ever saw. The Court Pharmacy, 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

W. K. Lane, 31. T), Physician and

Surgeon, specbMlst Eye, 1 Ear, Nose

and Throat. Law Library Building,

Ocala, Fla.

SHEET MUSIC! If its published,

we have it or can get for you. LAT
TNER'S Piano Store. 4-21-tf.

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BESS aprons are useful addi-
tiuns to the wardrobe of the

woman who does her own

housework. These are seen at
their best when colored linens are used.
The tans, green, blue, old red "and
brown look well with a narrow ban!
of contrasting color or tiny piping of
plain white linen bordering neck and
armholes.
The same careful woman protects ber
hair from dust while busy about the
home by wearing a dainty cap made of
white mull and lace over a wire frame.
This frame is turban shape and is eco economical
nomical economical Inasmuch as the wire frame
protects the coiffure from disarrangement.

For the housewife who thinks in ad advance
vance advance this la the time to purchase real

ly excellent half silk hose at the sur

prisingly low figure of 35 cents a pair.
An Inventive young woman recently
purchased a dozen pairs of these hose,
which were plain. She then embroid

ered on them small delicate designs of

polka dots, tiny rosebuds and even a
pattern of tiny clover blossoms done in
French knot with silk of the same
shade as the stockings.
If gloves or shoes of any color but
black have become spotted by water
and are allowed to dry there Is no hope
for them. They are irreparably ruined.
But if, while they are still damp, they
are kept on hands or feet and rubbed
with a damp cloth the spots will dis disappear.
appear. disappear. Then brush briskly with a
dry soft woolen cloth.
JC young business woman manages a
dainty conception In collars and cuffs
over hjr blue serge office frock by a
novel use of narrow hemstitched or
embroidered edge handkerchiefs. Two
handkerchiefs make a set. One is fold folded
ed folded cornerwlse and cut in half. These
pieces, with the cut edge hemmed, are
the cuffs. The second handkerchief is
also cut in half and one half hollowed
out, to fit the neck." The remaining
half is again cut in two parts and fold folded
ed folded over the bodice in the form of re re-vers.
vers. re-vers. These sets are Inexpensive and
give an attractive touch to the office
dress.
FOR THE BEDROOM.

True and Tried Sports Buy Season
Bn t ball Tickets
Following is the li.t of those who

up to date have l,ught tickets for the ;

season f liI." from the Ocala ba5

ball association:
T. T. Mumuc.
Marsh's Market.
( has. II. Lloyd.
II. W. Tucker.
Z. C. Chrmbliss.
George MacKay.-

L. R. Chazal & Sons Company.
B. F. Condon.
Harriwton Hall.
O. K. Grocery.
Ocala National Bank.
Dr. M. C. Izlar.
Court Pharmacy.
Moore & Company.
Mclver & MacKay.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
II. A. Waterman.
Munroe & Chambliss Natl. Bank.
J. Brown.
Tydings Drug Store.
Marion Hardware Company.
Florida Title & Abstract Company.
E. L. Stapp.
E. H. Martin. :
Gates Garage.
Ocala Manufacturing Company.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Company.
M. R. Williams.
J. M. Meffert.
Andrew Blocher.
Chas. E. Davi3.
George Rentz, two books.
Ocala House.
A. C. Cobb.
D. W. Tompkins.
B. Goldman.
Commercial Bank.
Knight & Lang.
Grover McClure.
R. L. Anderson Jr.
G. D. Hogan Co.
Moses Grocery Co.
E. A. Osborn.
C. Carmichael.

With electric starter and lights $725

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Five Passenger Touring Car

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With electric starter and lights $750
These prices are fob Detroit. Freight to Jacksonville,
on either model, $35.
Best and handsomest car on the market for anything
like the money.
Write, phone or call for demonstration of the Maxwell

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Acieet f of MAMION COUNTY,

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How to Mak th Stranger Within
Your Household Comfortable.
The first consideration for a guest is
comfort. She may be delighted with
the vase of flowers that greets her
from a table, but she will be sure to
appreciate a pretty negligee hanging in
the closet. Luggage seldom arrives at
Its destination with the traveler,, nnd
a negligee to slip Into is often a com comfort
fort comfort indeed. Feet are apt to be tired,
and until slippers arrive the feet would
be glad to rest in a pair of simple bed

room sliDDers. These are really no

trouble at all to make. You Just take

a pair of lamb's wool soles and a strip

of ribbon long enough to go around tne

sole and four inches wide. One edge Is

sewed to the edge of the sole, and the

other is turned down to make a hem
through which Is run a narrow elastic.

This draws the ribbon up, shaping it

into a shoe.

Supposing you choose blue ribbon and

work a few rosebuds on the toes in
embroidery silk and make a simple ki kimono
mono kimono of pale blue cotton crape trim

med with a frill of white lace and fin

ished with a loose belt of pink ribbon

This would be a dainty outfit and cost
but little. -Four yards of crape at 15

cents a yard, plain or flowered In blue.

with two yards of lace at 10 cents a

yard and two yards of ribbon at 12

cents a yard, will be ample. In fact.

If one looked around for bargains $1
would probably cover the entire cost.

Curtains can be made lefore they are
needed, and dainty Inexpensive mate

rials can be had in the early spring.
The printed lawns In the dres3 good
section make the prettiest curtains. Tbe
scrim and curtain muslins are not desir desirable.
able. desirable. White cotton voile can be used
for the sash curtains edged with lace.
The colored curtains should be made
with a valance, and if made as follows
material may be saved: Cut two
lengths, each measuring two and one one-half
half one-half yards, and hem one end. Cut a
etrip the entire width of the goods and
twelve Inches wide. Hem one raw
edge and sew the selvage edges to the
top of the two curtains (coming be between
tween between them) and making one long
straight edge. Hem this and pass the
rod through, then hang.
The bedspread edged with a frill
might be of the same material as the
curtains, and slips for cushions could
be simple white material over a color
or decorated In a color.

Have your prescriptions filled at

Gerigs, the only drug store in Ocala

with more than one registered phar pharmacist.
macist. pharmacist. 4-27-tf

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

ORDER OF EASTERN STAlt

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,

meets at Yonge'a hall the second and

fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.

OCALA LODGE iO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Ldge No. 2 86, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Uuesday even

ings in each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Club house

opposite postoflice, east side.

David S. WlllUms. E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad

LOY.4 Li ORDER OF MOOSE

Ocala Lodge .No. 693, L. O. M..
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. na.
Visiting brethern always welcome io
the lodge and club houn on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffloe.
R. S. Rogers, Dictator.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulvla Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to vlsltlnr
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
'V. L. Coibert. Secretary.
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Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Monday at 8 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial velcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R, A. M.

How to Use Old Felt Hat.
Instead of throwing away your old
or light colored felt hats let them soak
overnight in good soapsuds, then wash
thoroughly and let dry. You cannot
buy finer material for making soft
shoes for the baby not yet walking.
They are soft, comfortable and can
easily be kept clean. When soiled they
can be washed on the washboard and
molded Into shape, letting them stand
until dry. The cost is only a little silk
Uuead for trimming.

LAKE WEIR YACHT CLUB

Eastlake, Fla., ApriU12, 1915.
The Saturday night dances at the
club house will be continued until fur further
ther further notice. It" has been decided to
meet at the club house every Saturday
at 6 o'clock for a picnic supper fol followed
lowed followed by dancing and cards.
The Thursday afternoon teas will
also be continued until further notice.
David S. Woodrow,
Secretary-Treasurer.

Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. II.. on th
fourth Fridav in every month a'

7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake r''n. Secretary.
OuALA TEMPLE
PYTni AN. SISTERS

The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are

cordially invited to meet with us.
Sarah a Blitch, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell. M. R. and M. C

SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE

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"MILADY BEAUTIFUL" CAN FIND THOSE TOILET TOOLS SHE
DESIRES IN OUR STORE MANICURE SETS. BRUSHES. MIRRORS.
COMBS. HAIR COMBS. PINSEVERYTHING.
WHENEVER YOU DESIRE JEWELRY. FOR YOURSELF OR FOR
YOUR FRIENDS. COME. SEEOURS-YOU WILL LIKE IT: YOU WILL
BUY IT: IT W PLEASE YOU AND THEM AS LONG AS YOU LIVE.
WEMAKF "(JUALirY" RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
A. E. BURNETT
OCALA'S RELIABLE JEWELER

Under and by virtue of the final

decree rendered in that certain cause

wherein P. H. Nucent is complainant

and A. IL Starr and his wife, Martha

D. Starr, are defendants, by the Hon

orable W. S. Bullock, judge of the
fifth judicial circuit of Florida, in and

lor tne county oi Clarion, in cnancery
on the 7th dav of May. A. D 1915, I

will offer for sale and sell to the

highest and best bidder for cash, at
the south door of -the courthouse in
the citv of Ocala. Marion county

Florida- within the leeal hours of

sale, on
MftnHav. the 7th day of June. 1915

the followintr described lot or parcel

of land, situate, lyine and being in

the rountv of Marion and state of

Florida, to-wit:
Commencing sixteen and thirty

two one hundredths (16.32) chains

west and twenty-six and ninety-five
one hundredths (26.95) chains north
of the southeast corner of section
seven (7), township sixteen (16)
south, range twenty-two (22) east
running thence west eighteen and ten
one hundredths (18.10) chains, thence
north twenty-six and ninety-five one
hundredths (2G.95) chains, thence
east eighteen and ten one hundredths
(18.10) chains, thence south twenty twenty-six
six twenty-six and ninety-five one hundredth?
(21.95) chains to point of beginning
containing fifty (50) acres, more or
less, or so much thereof as will be
necessary to satisfy the said decree
and costs. D. Niel Ferguson,
L. W. Duval, Special Master.
Complainant's Solicitor. 5-7-fri

the deal for that real estate has been r'osed and the cnTy th'r. :
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Ma-?nn county has u t ICO
deed records and 43 mortgage records and 50 of iri see Han oca a rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record history of that title.

some searching and checking before
that he has got it alL

the abstract man Lnowa

MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.

florid title and abstract corporation

ocala,

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Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being y
Seated by steam, it can not f corch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding, y
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OCALA PUBLIC GARAGE

Now Open and Comph telj Equipped and Solicits Your Business
We guarantee all vork befo re it leaves the shop. James Coleman
will repair your motor cars in first class shape.
Our Ed Mathews i3 th? best general blacksmith in the city.
blacksmith work, wagon and buggy repairing, horse shoeing, t
etc., quickly done and fully warranted. s
Call and see us. We do our own work, very light expenses, i
can give you cheaper prices thin others.
South Second Street West
(Seond store west of Metropolitan Hank HuildHt:)
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1913.

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In Two Reel3.

"HER HUSBAND'S SON"
Edition Lama in two rels, featuring Gertrude McCoy.
"A HORSE OF ANOTHER COLOR"
S. &. A. Comedy.
Admission from 3:30 to 10:30, 5 and 10 cents.
TEMPLE ORCHESTRA

are guests for the week-end of Mrs.

I S. W. Igou, motoring up this after-

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With all of the trouble
LEFT OUT

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The fine silky texture of STONE'S CAKES is what makes the
hostess so proud to serve them they look just as good as they taste.
And because they are
MADE WITH GOOD BUTTER
they have both the taste and appearance that make them equal in
every way to cake baked by the most expensive caterer or the most
expert home-baking housewife.
SOLD ONLY IN WRAPPED PAPER PACKAGES AND THE
PRICE IS ONLY -JQc
Received Fresh DAILY by Express.
If you are not dealing with us. GET AMONG OUR LIST OF
SATISFIED CUSTOMERS.
. Some of the things which will make you a pleased patron of this
store: CHASE & SANBORN'S FAMOUS TEA AND COFFEE, ROY ROYAL
AL ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS AND OTHER FODD PRODUCTS,
HEINZ' FAMOUS PICKLES, PRESERVES, CONDIMENTS, ETC.,
STONE'S CAKE, THE MOST LIKED AND THE MOST TALKED
OF CAKE IN AMERICA.
Make up a list of your wants from the following SPECIALS.
PRICES GOOD FOR
SATU R DAY O NDAY
MAY 15-17 x
Peanut Butter .in bulk, per pound -. 17c
Kingan's Reliable Hams, per pound 19c
Irish Potatoes,, per peck . . ....... 22c
Half Dozen 5c Tins Borden's Evaporated Milk for ...,22c
One. Tall Tin Borden's Evaporated Milk 8c.t dozen 90c
7 Cakes Lenox Soap for 25c
Hecker's Oatmeal, per package. . 9c
White Bacon, per pound ........... 12c
Lard Compound, per poTmd .10c
10 Pounds Water Ground Meal for 25c
Green Rio Coffee. 20c grade, per pound; 14c
Bulk Tea, 60c grade, per pound. 40c
Beardsley's Shredded Codfish, per jar 9c
Beardsley's Boneless Herring, per jar 9c

25c Tins Herring in Sauce, per tin. 22c
20c Tins Kippered Herring, per tin.... ; 17c
15c Tins Borgin's Norway Sardines, per tin 11c
20c Tins Olney's Baked Beans, per tin. ..... 17c
15c Packages Cleaned Currants, per package .12c
15c Packages Dromedary Dates, per package. 11c
25c Tins Brownie Peaches, per tin.'... .. 23c
30c Tins Robin Hood Peaches, per tin 27c
30c Tins Robin Hood Apricots, per tin 27c
35c Tins Royal Scarlet Peaches, per tin ., 32c
35c Tins Royal Scarlet Apricots, per tin 32c
35c Tins Royal Scarlet Sliced Pineapple tin 30c
20c Tins Royal Scarlet Sliced Pineapple, tin... 18c
20c Tins Royal Scarlet Grated Pineapple, tin 18c
20c Tins Curtice Brothers' Pitted Cherries, per. tin. 18c
20e Tins Curtice Brothers' Preserved Raspberries, tin 18c'
,20c Tins Curtice Brothers' Preserved Blackberries, tin .'...18c
15c Jars Eddy's Large Dome Mustard, per jar 12c
25c Bottles Eddy's Catsup, per bottle .20c
15c Bottles Olney's Catsup, per bottle 12c
25c Tins Clam Chowder, per tin 22c
15c Tins Fish Flakes, per tin.. 13c
10c Tins Fish Flakes, per tin 9c
25c Tins Veribest Roast Beef, per tin 22c
25c Tins Veribest Corned Beef, per tin :..22c
20c Tin ROYAL COCOA, half pound, per tin ...15c
30c Tin ROYAL COCOA, 14 ozs., per tin..... ....25c

Thought for the Day
"If vnti pan dn vnur work for a

friend or for a family as well as for j noon from Eustis.

yourself, vou have already redeemed

much of its sordidness. If you can do Informal Rook Party
it fo rar cause, for the progress of j The cozy fcome 0f jir. antj jrs. T.
society and the improvement of busi- j Bridges was the scene of a merry
ness, for your country, for your j rooj- Dartv iast evening when they

informally for their

guests, Misses Carolee Green, Blanch
Mizelle and Emmalie Bridges, a trio

church, tnn you nave iiiiea it sun ; entertained

more. Jf yo i can do it for God, in ;
pei feet childlike, loving desire for
His T!ory, then your work, be it
hi'ovy ?n it.-; nature, as it may, leaps j
of it. r If from the low ground, and ;
inst:-rd of crushing you with it to the!

of lovely visitors.
Tlaces at the three rook tables
were found by solving conundrums
written on little hand painted cupids.

earth, carres you up every day into -rwo hours and more were happily
thi-pre-nee of the God for whom i pas5ed playing rook. When the guests
you did it." Phillips Brooks. j arrived and duimg the games punch
j was served on the veranda and after
Visit of Miss Wells to Anthony j the games the hostess served a deli deli-Miss
Miss deli-Miss Mae L. Wells, who has been cous salad course, the enjoyment of

in the city two days in the interest
of the extension work of the home
economics department of the State
College for Women, left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Tallahassee. Yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon in company with Mrs. J. R.
Moorhead, Marion's entl usiastic and

which .brought to
pleasant evening.

a close a most

Mr. and Mrs. Casper Howarth of
Chester, Pa., announce the birth of a
little daughter on May 11th. Mrs.
Howarth was formerly Miss Mary

capable canning club agent, Miss -Stewart of DeLand, daughter of
Wells gave a demonstration at the Judge and Mrs. S. A. Stewart, and
commodious home of Mrs. L. L. j was Florida's first woman lawyer.
Priest, near Anthony. The meeting
was under the auspices of the An-j Mrs. J. D. Randall of La wtey, vice
thony Woman's Club and was attend- j president, second section Florida
ed by all of the club members and ; Federation, who was-a recent prom prom-by
by prom-by about fourteen canning club girls ; inent visitor to Ocala, is making an
whose homes are in the vicinity of ; official visit to Pensacola and the
Oak and Anthony. presidents of the various clubs in
Miss Wells spoke most entertain- j that city affiliated with the federa federa-ingly
ingly federa-ingly of the home economics work, j tion are entertaining this afternoon
She gave a demonstration on cus-fjn her honor at a beautiful reception
tards, pastry and berry tarts and a;at the San Carlos hotel,
lecture on various salads. Mrs. j
Moorhead lectured on the canning of j Miss Sarah Ferguson of Oldtown,
beans, as .a foreword to the large wh0 has been teaching in the Waldo
canning demonstration that will be school this term, concluded her duties
held next week, either Thursday or j there today and after a visit of a few
Friday, under the direction of Miss i days at home will leave for New Or Or-Agnes
Agnes Or-Agnes Ellen Harris of the Women's j ieans to be present at the commence commence-College.
College. commence-College. "Miss Wells has traveled ex-iment exercises of Tulane University,
tensively in Florida in connection 'm June, at which time her brother,
wUh her work, and told many inter-i Mr. Robert Ferguson will be grad grad-esting
esting grad-esting facts regarding the "progress i uated from the medical department.

made in the state during the three.

years the work has been carried on

Mnnv siHTfrpctirr nf Mice Well a

tended to show that there was -not

only much pleasure as well as profit!

i in the organization of clubs, but that j WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
i the scope of home life was broadened I SALE, FOR RE.T AND SIM SIM-jand
jand SIM-jand bettered. ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
j Mrs. Priest served ice cream and'

! cake after the demonstration and FOR SALE A rubber tired surry in

j lectures.. Before returning to the perfect cond'tion, good as new. E
! city,' Miss Wells and Mrs. Moorhead' M. Howard, Ocala, Fla. 14-12t
j visited a number of the tenth acre ;

.garden plots of the canning club FOR RENT inree unfurnished

girls. rooms two blocks fom courthouse;
lights .and water furnished; bath
Mrs.. H. W. Henry was hostess to j connected; rates reasonable. Call
the weekly tea yesterday afternoon- phone 509. 4-tf
at the Lake Weir Yacht Club. The I
informal affairs are anticipated LOST Somewhere near Court Phar Phar-events
events Phar-events of each Thursday and yester-j macy or'M. & C. bank, a silk um um-day
day um-day many residents of the lake gath-i brella, curved handle, gold tipped.

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UNCLASSIFIED ADS

ered to spend the afternoon pleasant pleasantly
ly pleasantly vith the hostess.
.
Miss Doris Murry, who has been
the lovely guest at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. G. K. Williams since the

first of January, leaves the last of
this month for her home in Evan Evan-Fton,
Fton, Evan-Fton, 111.

Miss Agnes Ellen Harris, instruc

tor of domestic science at the State!

Collage for Women, at Tallahassee,
will arrive in Ocala next Thursday

for a two days' stay.

Mrs. G.Sf Flanders, nee Miss

Maud McAteer, and young son who

have been visiting relatives in and

near Ocala for two months, leave;

tomorrow for Waycross, Ga., to join j

Prof. Flanders.

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. -Duebel left i

Wednesday for Cincinnati and other j

i .1 j. 1 1 ::. I '-'

iiurLiiciii tinea, vvuere tutry win vibii
relatives.

Two dollars to any one returning
to Star office. 5-8-3t

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ElflOWBAY, 17, 1915

During this sale and buy lots because you will get
Good 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 Day.

Handkerchiefs

35 Ladies Sheer H. S. Hand

kerchiefs, worth $1.75 for

25 Men's White Sheer Hand

kerchiefs, worth $2 for

1.00

Shirts
One lot of Men's Shirts
worth i.oo,for
65Cand75C
Underwear
One Lot Summer Un Underwear
derwear Underwear for Men, the
regular 50c value for
42C.

Waists

One Lot Ladies' Waists,
worth from $1 to $1.50 for
One Lot Ladies' Waists,
worth from $3 to $3.50 for
J U n a

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

$1,00

One lot Figured LAWNS, worth
from 10c to 12 Helper yard, at only
8c per. yard

Great values in SHEETS, PILLOW

CASES. BLEACHED and UN-I

BLEACHED DOMESTICS, HUCK

They are worth from $3.50 to $7.00jand TURKISH BATH TOWELS.

Dose
THREE LOTS LADIES
BLACK, WHITE
and TAN HOSE
at reduced prices on this
day.

In order to introduce our line of .BOYS PANTS one of the best lines on the market which we
have recently added to our stock we will give J2 1-2 per Cent on DOLLAR ONLY.

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STOCK FEED

We now hav on hand a full line vf
stcck feed corn, oat3, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.

WHITE MAN WITH BLACK LIVER

The liver is a blood purifier. It was
thought at one time it was the seat
of the passions. The trouble with most

DeoDle is that their Hver becomes

black because of impurities in the

blood due to bad physical states, caus-

FOR RENT Furnished rooms: with insr biliousness, headache, dizziness

nvAn;A.. ntMiiTr in I and constipation. Dr. Kines rew

....j lL ti,. I Life Pills.will clean up the liver, and

caieu l"rte uloCks irora cou"' triv- von new life. 25 cents at vour

1 A 1 x m Ann m

nouse. AVViY io mrs. t.ms, rue-cist, tn-thu-fri-w

Last Oklawaha avenue. J-ti

FOR iENT Well located and Ml.el
furnished moras in residence next
- to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-tf

ROOMS & BOARD Four large front

rooms with board at special sum

mer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at I

Carlton House. 19-lmo. I

FOR SALE 25,000 sweet potato

slips at $1.50 per thousand. C. Y.
Miller. Ocala. Fla., 104 Tenth

street. 5-10-tf

Try one of thos frosted pints cf

fal.sfs Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

WILBUR W; C. SMITH

Funeral Director and

JEmbalmer

iWllh
E. C Jordan & Co.
Furniture and
Undertakers

PhonelO
Ocala, Fla.

219 WEST BROADWAY

Miss Rosebud Robinson of Tampa,

returned to Ocala today from a short.

visit to Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Rob

ertson at Citra and is again the
: guest' of Miss Kathleen Jackson.

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

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Hemp and Milan Sliapes
Regular $2 and $3 values, on Dollar Day for only
0-1-00."'

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OFF TRIMMED HATS Ol
Already larked Down Oil

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OGAM. FLORIDA.

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Gallowayi Mrs

Cora Dosh and Misses Marion Sew-

ell and Johnnie Lee Flynn spent to-!

Germs Can't Stay

With This Treatment

FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping;
keeping; housekeeping; table board near by if de

sired. Mrs. R. L. Martin, Lake M0 Imnurities Can Retain

Fine Lot of Panamas.
From $2.50 to $5 values, on Dollar Day for only
81.00

AFFLECK MILLINERY PARIOH

Over Helvcnston's

OCALA,

FLORIDA

Weir.

10-6t

day at the -former's farm at

Bluff.

Moss

Misses Ethel and Mary Seymour)

have returned from a visit to St. Pe-;

tersburg, and like almost all others;

i are greatly charmed with the Sun

shine City.

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Mrs. T. C. Luckie and Miss Rena!

WANTED Work, by a young wom

an, able to fill position as cook or

chambermaid. Applicant is deaf and
dumb, but is craick and capable, and

has had special training in the ctate

school at St. Augustine. Anybody
who needs her services please notify

Dr. or Mrs. E. Van Hood, dh tf

We are sole agents for VINOL, and
this is the time of the year to take it.

The Court Pharmacy. tf

A Foothold They're
Driven Out..

WHOOPING COUGH

The action of S. S. S.. the famous blood

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Smith are home from a verv nleas-f

ant visit to Tampa, where they were' "When my daughter had whooping purtfler 1. .x

guests of Miss Smith's sister. Mrs.' f?u5n.sn? cuenea 5 naJ??l"mu.t be acted upon by the digestive
t: that she had hemorrhage of the lungs. luice- & S. kom at once Into the

j. lictwej. r wns tpmhiv alarmed about her con-lKi-w mn in i than Are minutes has

dition. Seinir Chamberlain's Cou eh I traversed the entire circulation.

Remedv so hie-hlv recommended. I irot It now rapidly spreads its medicinal

. ".I .a l VA

Is like giving the

ed from their visit to DeLand. Theyi of this remedy she w

had an easy trip gQmg and comintrjly well," writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes I conditions. It can not harm any part of

and a pleasant time whi!b in DeLand. Crooksville, Ohio. Obtainable every- the system.

l where. Adv.

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

! 1 1 j 1; 1 1 v I artlAn In the fine nelworK 01 uiooa e

. m w- : n ai q ryT T 1 a inn it- t-d 1 lavMf 1 1 nM rnni7n 1

miss Marguerite i'orter have retuni-'"" V v. i C 711 U and

blood a
e ex em a.

Miss Ellen Leigh, who has been in

, . x i . The Murray Company

! her home in Jacksonville today.

It does not lodge in the

Joints as do mercury, arsenic and other

minerals frequently to oe xouna in
Kinswi remedies. It Is a natural medl-

Subscribe for your pet magazine at I cine for the blood. Just as essential to

Miss Justina Rhody was the guest

last night of Miss Edith Williams at
Lake Weir.

LAME HCK

1tf I health If rerms nave pouen me upper

nana as is nuinuvus i-jwi m.
spell of sickness the body calls for nour nourishment.
ishment. nourishment. Wherever you go you are
sure to meet some one who u?ed S. S." S.
for the blood and is a willing witness
to Its wonderful power to overcome

blood troubles. Tou can obtain 8. S. S

Lame back is usually due to rheu

mntim of th itmwles of the hark

Hard working people are most likely In almost any drug store in the U. S..
to suffer from it. Relief may be had slflcnt fact as to wort h and

r xt r n,.0,cvn.f r;coa T; oy massaging tne oacs wiin tnam- ; It in do vou good. Write to

. 1 "- .--ibei Iain's Liniment two or three times srfft soedne Co, ioi Swift Bide-

j a day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere.! Atlanta. Ga.. if the directions with the

land Mabel Overstreet and the for

mer's niece, Miss Margaret Stegall, Advertisement.

bottle do not fully cover your case.

CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.

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For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 i

John Chazal certainly did some
headwork in the ball game yesterday.

The Baptist church members are
preparing1 an elaborate song service
program for Sunday night. The pro program
gram program will appear in tomorrow's paper.

If you want to rent a house, get a

bargain, see S. H." Christian. 14-lm
Mr. H. O. Cole, who has been spe specially
cially specially active in the work of institut instituting
ing instituting the gymnaasium for the Baraca
class of the Baptist church received
the welcome news today that the
Sumner Lumber Co.' of Zuber had
generously contributed the needed
lumber.

WEATHER REPORT

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf

A very difficult operation was suc successfully
cessfully successfully performed at the hospital
today. Clarence Croft, the ten-year-old
son of a lady living near Webster,
was brought to the hospital, suffering
from a fractured skull, the result of
a tree falling on him. The operation
consisted of trephining, and the boy
at the present is doing well.

This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min. R. F.
May 1 88 64
May 2 93 62
May. 3 89 62
May 4 87 '66
May 5 ..85 71
May 6 92 58 ..
May 7 94 68
May 8 86 72 ..
May 9 80 66 2.18
May 10 83 77
May 12 78 68 .32
May 13 82 60 .76
Local Forecast
For Florida, generally fair tonight
and Saturday.
Everybody who saw Part I. of
"The Fates and Flora Fourflush" at
the Temple last night agreed that it
had all the other serial3 skinned, and
are anxiously looking for the second
installment, which will be here next

Thursday night. It melts tragedy

into comedy in the most ludicrous
fashion. Tonight the Temple will

have the eighth installment of "Run

away June," an Edison drama in two
reels and a good S. and A. comedy.

LIST LENGTHENS

One Lot of odd RUGS
values up to $1.75,
each
$1.00

ami i t

SPECIAL
Good quality fine mesh
Mosquito Net, com complete
plete complete for
$1.QO

We have a large stock of old soap"
which we are selling real cheap. All
good quality. Gerig's. 4-87-tf

Plenty of public spirit left in Ocala.
Mr. B. H. Seymour went out this

morning and soon raised nearly all

"necessary funds to send Secre

tary Rooney to attend the good roads
meeting at Chattanooga.

Globe-Wernicke safes, filing and
card index cabinets at The Murray
Company. 13-3t

Woodmen meet this evening. There
will be important business to attend
to, and the members are urged to be
numerously present.

Subscribe for your pet magazine at
The Murray Company. 13-3t
The fire station has a good flag flagstaff
staff flagstaff but no flag. The flagpole and
halyard were put up on the bell tower
a few days ago. The department had
a good flag, but thru an accident it
became to dilapidated for use. A flag
on the station would look good, and
the council or public spirited citizens
should supply one

It was reported yesterday that an

aeroplane .had passed over the city,
several parties having distinctly
heard the-engine.' Nobody saw it,
but as the trees are thick and people
are not looking for airships, the event

is not an improbability.

Mr. LaGrange Sistrunk returned
this morning from a business trip to
Leesburg. Mr. R. E. Layton of the

Chero-Cola Company, who accompan

ied Mr. Sistrunk will not return until

Tuesday, remaining over to complete
final arrangements for the placing of
a Chero-Cola distributing depot in
that town.

Messrs. Z. Spinks and Bat Lanier
came up from Tavares yesterday in
Mr. Spink's fine Jeffery roadster,
which is some car. "Mr. Spinks is at
Oviedo now, and hasn't forgotten his
Ocala friends.

True and Tried Sports Buy Season

Baseball Tickets
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.
Marsh's Market.
Chas. H. Lloyd.
. II. W. Tucker. r
Z. C. Chambliss.
George MacKay.
L. R. Chazal & Sons Company.
B. F. Condon.
Harrington Hall.
O. K. Grocery.
Ocala National Bank.
Dr. M. C. Izlar.
Court Pharmacy.
Moore & Company.
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.
Gates Garage.
Ocala Manufacturing Company.

Ocala Lumber & Supply Company.

M. R. Williams.
J. M. Meffert. ;
Andrew Blocher.
Chas. E. Davis.
George Rentz, two books.
Ocala House.
A. C. Cobb.
D. W. Tompkins.
B. Goldman.
Commercial Bank.
- Knight & Lang.
G rover McClure.
R. L. Anderson Jr.
G. D. Hogan Co.
Moses "Grocery Co.
E. A. Osborn.
C. Carmichael.
L. N. Green.
H. A. Davies.
J. D. Robertson.

-ON-

liTOAY,- MAY 17th.

orTsdavIttLr V GRADE MERCHANDISE
Slaoyn" wL ??low we quote a few

DOLLAR

LADIES' WAISTS
Ladies' Waists made of good quality
Crepe and Voile, all new patterns.
Those New Candy Stripes, all col colors,
ors, colors, all sizes. Special, each.

53-00

LADIES' DRESSES
Among this lot are street and house" dresses'
made of linen, lawn, ratine and ginghams. Well
nd trimmed. Values up to $6.00. Special each

'51

TURKISH TOWELS
20 x 36 EXTRA HEAVY TURKISH TOW- -I C
ELS, On Dollar Day at... IOC
22 x 40 EXTRA HEAVY TURKISH TOW- 0
ELS, On Dollar Day at UC
24x 42 EXTRA HEAVY TURKISH TOW- QC QC-ELS,
ELS, QC-ELS, on Dollar Day at r D C
HUCK TOWELS
18x 36 HEAVY HUCK TOWELS, per ff
dozen, on Dollar Day J) A m3 U
18 x 36 ALL LINEN TOWELS, each OO

........ .c

12'2C

on uoiiar uay ... ..
18 x 38 EXTRA HEAVY HUCK TOW

ELS, on Dollar Day at.

FANCY STRIPED CREPE
An Ideal Cloth for making Cool
Summer Frock. White Ground
Stripes of BLUE, LAVENDER.
PINK, BLACK and Tan.
Regular price 25c per yard. ON
DOLLAR DAY ONLY,
6 Yards for $1.00

RICE CLOTH
Best Adapted for Dresses and
Waiata, COLORS. WHITE AND FIG FIGURED
URED FIGURED FLOWERS OF GREEN,
BLUE and LAVENDER. ON DOL DOLLAR
LAR DOLLAR DAY,
4 Yards for $1.00

BOY'S
SHOES
An odd lot of
Shoes, Black,
and Tan Calf,
special, pair
$1.00

ftIEM'S SHIRTS
Made from Woven Madras and Mer Mercerized
cerized Mercerized Cloths and Fj-ench Percales,
Plain Negligee, Soft Negligee, with soft
or stiff cuffs. A wide' range of patterns.
Regular Price $1.50, Dollar Day,

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SILK SOCKS
Regular 35c Thread Silk
Socks, all colors,
4 Pair for $1.00

REATLY REDUCED PRICES
For Dollar Day ONLY
Our entire stock of Laces and Embroideries, con consisting
sisting consisting of
24 and 27 in. Shadow Lace 'Flouncing
24-in. Net with Venice Edges
24-in. Nainsook and Swiss Edges
Complete line of Swiss and Nainsook, Edge and
insertion for infants wear. Complete line of all-over
Shadow and Baby Irish Lace, Eembroidery and Plain
Nets.

PILLOWCASES

CASES : in(L

45x 36 PLAIN HEM PILLOW

on Dollar Day at

4J x 36 tiAlKA QUALITY PILLOW 1 O
.CASES, on Dollar Day for lOC
45 x 36 HEMSTITCHED PILLOW CASES to O

on Dollar Day at.

81 x 90 PLAIN HEM SHEETS on Dol- i

lar Day for
90 x 90 PLAIN HEM SHEETS, on Dol Dollar
lar Dollar Day for. .-.
81 x 90 HEMSTITCHED SHEETS on Dol.

90 x 90 HEMSTITCHED SHEETS, pn Dol QO -lar
Day at.........'... ....... vOC

69c

79 c

S3c

LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
ONE LOT OF VAL. LACES IN EDGES AND INSERTIONS. GOOD
PATTERNS. VALUES UP TO 15c PER YARD, SPECIAL ON DOL DOLLAR
LAR DOLLAR day. 50C. TO $ 1 .00 PER DOZEN YARDS
ONE LOT CLUNY LACE. ALL NEW PATTERNS. REGULAR
PRICE 15c. PER YARD. ON DOLLAR DAY ONLY.
II YARDS FOR $1.00
EMBROIDERY SEAMING ALL WIDTHS. EEMBROIDERY BEAD BEAD-INGS
INGS BEAD-INGS ALL WIDTHS FROM 7C. TQ 25C. PER YARD

FLAKE SUITING
Best for light Suits and Shirts and
they make up pretty dresses also.
A wide range of colors to choose
from. SPECIAL ON DOLLAR DAY
10 Yards for $1.00

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FANCY BATISTE
: The Fabric for shirring, which is
popular.now. All colors.. Figured
and Striped,
10 Yards for 01.00

FOR RENT Three two-story. six six-room
room six-room houses, modern conveniences,
located 803 S. Second street, pos possession
session possession May 15th; 512 S. Eighth
street, possession May -15tbft7l4 S.
Third stree possession June 1st.
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GOOD PklZES FOR SMART
MARION COUNTY" GIRLS

Among the Ocalans at the Adams Adams-ville
ville Adams-ville picnic yesterday were Messrs.
J. J. and A. E. Gerig, Malcolm Will Williams,
iams, Williams, Herman Grimm and Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. Borden. They had a fine
time and report the picnic a most
successful occasion.

Dr. and Mrs. Horace Reeves drove
up from Inverness this morning.
They were accompanied by Miss
Ethel Haycraft, who has been visit visiting
ing visiting relatives in Citrus county for the
past month.

Dr. Watt and Dr. and Mrs. Peek
have returned from DeLand, where
they attended the meeting of the
state medical association.

Mr. Gus Dreka of DeLand was a
former Ocalan attending a meeting
of the Knights of Columbus in Miami
this week.

ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.

Now is the Time to Get Rid of These
Ugly Spots
There's no longer the slightest need
of feeling ashamed of your freckles,
as the prescription othine double
strength is guaranteed to remove
these homely spots.
Simply get an ounce of othine
double strength from any druggist
and apply a little of it night and
morning and you should soon see thai
even the worst freckles have begun to
disappear, while the lighter ones have
vanished entirely. It is seldom that
more than an ounce is needed to com completely
pletely completely clear the skin and gain a
beautiful clear complexion.
Be sure to ask for the double
strength othine as this is sold under
guarantee of money back if it fails to
remove freckles, 1.

MOSS BLUFF
Moss Bluff, May 13. Mrs. C. E.
Harper, who has been spending the
winter with her sister, Mrs. M. N.
Waters, left for her home in Atlanta,
Wednesday.
Owing to the inclemency of the
weather, Rev. C. E. Connor failed to
fill his appointment at the Christian
church Sunday.
Mr. Artis Hand made a business
trip to Ocala Saturday.
Miss Addye Morrison was the guest
of her brother, Mr. A. M. Morrison
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Hand spent Sunday with Mrs.
Collins.
Mrs. Perkins is visiting her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. B. L. Martin this week.
Miss Angie Collins spent Tuesday
night with her friend, Miss Mary
Hoyt Martin.
Messrs. Haines, Emmett and Sam
Griggs of Lynne, were visitors at the
Bluff Sunday.
Mr. Jim Martin of Cocoa is visit visiting
ing visiting his father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Martin this week.
Mrs. W. E. Martin is very sick.
Her many friends hope she will be
better soon.
The long drought has been broken
at last and the farmers are busy
planting sweet potatoes.
Breeding Minks for Far.

A contribution to the growing ta-

custry a:' fur farming has been under
taken by the U. S. Biological Survey
In the shape of experiments in breed breeding
ing breeding minks f'-r size, quality of fur and
dispositi in. A mink farm has been
started near Prichard, Idi 10, In the
Coeur d'Alene National Forest, and
similar experiments are under way
in the National Zoological Park is
Washington. DC.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hallfi at 8 p. m every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar. C C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.

Mrs. Caroline Moorhead i3 in re receipt
ceipt receipt of a letter from the-Farm Can Canning
ning Canning Machine. Co., of Mencltan, 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; the third best, $15; the
fourth, $10, and the fifth $5.- These
premiums will be awarded for the
young lady who makes the best gen general
eral general average on her. one-tenth-acre
and any outside work that she 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
nfachine comes here with the highest
recommendations.

HOW MRS HARROD GOT RID7
OF- HER STOMACH TROUBLE
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everything I heard
of, but .the only-relief I, got was tem temporary
porary temporary until last .spring I saw Cham-

Ibeilain'jJ Tableli .-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.
. Elizabeth Fry.
Elizabeth FVy'a great work for
prison reform was all don after her
marriage. It was In 1S13 tliat she
paid her first and memorable visit to
Newgate prison, and in .1817 formed
the Association for the Improvement
of Femala Prisoners in Newgate,
which attracted such widespread in interest.
terest. interest. Her efforts were not confined
to Great. -Britain, many continental
prisons being- the better for her
labors. "'"

Originally a Chinese Bird.
Pheasants, notwithstanding theh
aristocratic magnificence of 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 'birds,
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 and a domes
tic hen is known as "pero."

Patn to Complete Success.
Man is the most successful creatnie
so far, because he has kept his bal balance,
ance, balance, but the worst thing about Mm
is the size of his brain, for it indi indicates
cates indicates that he has Jet himself grow
too much in one direction. Biology
teaches us that success is attained
by keeping the power. to improve;
by going out and struggling; by not
looking around for a snap, but princi principally
pally principally by not permitting oneself to
grow into a rut.

Letter of the Law.
The little stenographer had been
typewriting so steadily all day that
at bedtime her tired brain kept work working
ing working in the same way, and she found
herself murmuring: "Capital Our
space capital Father comma (Good (Goodness!
ness! (Goodness! what am I saying?) So she
conscientiously began again. But, in
spite of her efforts, the prayer ended
with "Capital Amen period and
a sleepy, apologetic giggle

We are sole agents for VINOL. and
this is the time of the year to take it.
The Court Pharmacy. tf

BEST THING FOR
A BILIOUS ATTACK
"On account of my confinement in
the printing office I have for years
been a chronic sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I had an attack that was so severe
that I was not able to go to the case
for two days. Failing to get any re relief
lief relief from any other treatment, I took
three of Chamberlain's Tablets and
the next day" T felt Tike a new man,"
writes H. C. Bailey,- editor Carolina
News, Chap in, S. C Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

No Chance for Him.
cBank Teller "This check Is. all
right; but' you must be introduced!
Can you bring your-husband?" Wom Woman
an Woman "Who, Jack? Why. if Jack
thought you wanted an introductlom
to me he'd knock your block oHl"
Cleveland Plata Dealer.

Guileless.
The citizen who wrote to the mayor
of Milwaukee to ask if It Is true that
beer Is piped through the street mains
into all the houses there must be a
lovely man to. tell interesting sto stories
ries stories to.

8af That Time.
Sportsman (in auto, calling to boy
plowing in field by roadside) "Hi.
there, sonny I See anything to shoot
around here?" Boy "Yep; but yo
needn't be scart. mister. It's jest my
luck always not to have my gun along
with me.- Judge.
Mrs. Twlckenbury Again.
"Mrs. Ripple ton's afternoon tea,"

said Mrs. Twlckenbury. "was a perfect
Babylon of sounds."

To Keep Stoppers From Sticking.
A very little glycerin smeare4
around the glass stoppers of bottlss
will keep them from sticking for a
long time.

Try one of those, frosted pints of
Pabct's Bins Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

IAIUON-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge iv. x, ... 4t
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening" of each month at
7:30 .o'clock, until further rnw
' A. E. BnroetV T7. II;
Jake Brown, Secretary. JLd
WHOLE FAMILY DEPENDENT
Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio,
writes: "Our whole family depend on
Pine-Tar-Honey." Maybe some one in
your family has a severe cold per perhaps
haps perhaps it is the baby. 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.
Adv. tu-thu-fri-wky
CONCORDIA LODGE y. U. OT" A.
Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hal)
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor F. M.
Chas K. Sage. Secretary A.I

Charles Goddard. C C.

Wlt'HSt t Mcp-s.
No doing auH'i.m' with a pessimist.
JVhen you find a bnght side or him
ae won't look at It for fear the light
night blind him. Atlanta Constltu-don.

Fashions and war in magazines at
The Murray Company. 13-St

lojffol Miclpation
of niothsrfiood
There Is apt toUa latent n?prehens!oa
5 diatress to mar the complet Joy of

expectation. But
this la Quit over overcome
come overcome by thm adrlc
of so many women
to um "Mother's
Friend." This is aa
external application
designed to mo lubri lubricate
cate lubricate the muscles stnd
to thus so relieve thm
pressure reacting a
thA

latum! strain tiponthe cord and llga
extents is cot accompanied by thoss sever
pains said to cause nausea, mornlns; sick;
cess and many local distresses.
Many peopl believe that thoa remedies
whica hare stood the test of time, tt
hare been put to every trial under tha
varying- conditions of rn.ee, weight, ceneral
health, ete, may be safely relied upon.
And judxtng by tne fact that "Mother
Friend has ben In continual rase since
our grandmother's earlier years and is
known throughout the United States It
may be easily inferred that It Is soma-
l.1;? l, wojnTi gladly recommend.
-Mother's Kriemi" i. i

our own laboratory and Is sold by drug-

c.njwufn. .ask ror a bottle to-day
and write for a ntai wv r-

mothers. Address BradfWd Regulator Col.

mwr xiiug.. '"jrij (Jj,

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND Bl ILDER
Careful Estimates Made on all Con Con-ra't
ra't Con-ra't Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in th City. -- --

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

lit.' Rer. Abbott diaries. Pre. "Rev. Fattier Benedict, Director.

Sto Leo College
rive Mile West of Dade City and One Mile East of Sac Antonio
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL GOURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
J. 8. POST OFFICK, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914
SAINT LEO, Pasco County. FLORIDA

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