OCALA, FLORIDA SATURDAY, MAY 15; 1915
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
INTIMATED THAT GERMANY IS
WILLING TO SUBMIT THE
London, May 15. An Amsterdam
. dispatch says a telegram there from
Berlin says that high government
circles in Germany favor the submis submission
sion submission of the question of the Lusitania's
sinking and the difficulties therefrom
with the United States to a court of
AMERICA WOULD CONSIDER IT
Washington, May 15. The sugges suggestion
tion suggestion of arbitration contained in to today's
day's today's dispatches was received among
officials with the f informal comment
that such a course had been among
the considerations which occurred to
the United States government. It is
however pointed out that it probably
would not be satisfactory unless as-
rurances were given in the meantime
that fubmarine warfare on merchant
chips would be suspended while arbi arbitration
tration arbitration is in progressi
. NOTE WAS DELAYED
Secretary of State Bryan announc announced
ed announced last night that the United States
note to Germany probably will not
he presented to the German foreign
office by United States Ambassador
.Gerard .nniiL. today. It was delayed
in transmission, hot being telegraph telegraphed
ed telegraphed from Rome until yesterday after j
. Official Washington discussed little
els than the note yesterday. Edi Editorial
torial Editorial comment of the American press
has', given, practically unanimous ap approval.
proval. approval. Governors' statements and
those of senators and representatives
endorsing the note were reinforced
by an incessant stream of messages
from representatives of every polit political
ical political party, many organizations and
PRESIDENT APPRECIATES SUP SUPPORT
PORT SUPPORT OF THE PEOPLE
The president said he was deeply
grateful,, appreciating the patriotic
support from every side, and is ap apparently
parently apparently relieved of last week's
strain V He left last night on the
Mayflower, with his family, for New
York, "where he will review the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic fleet. The note has been wide widely
ly widely discussed among diplomatic rep representatives
resentatives representatives of the Allies, also neu neutral
tral neutral envoys, who have approved the
BERNSTORFF'S .REQUEST OF
The German Embassy has remained
silent and gave no intimation regard regarding
ing regarding Germany's probable position. The
German ambassador visited Bryan
and warned him that stories purpor purporting
ting purporting to the anonymous views of the
embassy staff that Germany would re refuse
fuse refuse to meet the United States' sug suggestions
gestions suggestions .were not true. He asked the
state department's co-operation to
prevent the misinformation spreading
and the secretary formally announced
the request. The German ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador later declared that he knew noth nothing
ing nothing of Germany's position, and would
not give his own views. It is believ believed
ed believed Germany will not delay the reply.
Diplomats think Germany will con consider
sider consider the advantages of continued at attacks
tacks attacks on merchantmen and consent to
abandon them -only if Germany's food
supply is guaranteed in some way.
DISPATCH MUCH DELAYED
Washington, D. C, May 15. A
cablegram to the state department
from Ambassador Gerard in Berlin,
dated last night and received today,
said the American note to Germany
had not been received at that time.
BRITISH SUBS BUSY
Something Better to Do for them
Than Sinking Passenger Ships
Athens, May 15. A British sub submarine
marine submarine penetrated the Dardanelles
and the Sea of Marmora to within
twenty miles of Constantinople.
The allies fleet has increased "the
intensity of the bombardment of the
Turkish forts on the Dardanelles. An
entire fleet of hydroaeroplanes is re re-connoitering
connoitering re-connoitering over the Turkish land
positions and directing the fleet's fire.
Reinforcements from both France
and Egypt for the allies have landed.
Easter lilies suitable for shipping
if desired, special price of 50 cents
per dozen, tomorrow only. Phone
MARCH THE Mi
KING VICTOR HAS CHOSEN TO
FORM THE NEW ITALIAN
Rome, May 15. Premier Salandra
has insisted upon his resignation be being
ing being accepted and King Victor has in
trusted Giuseppe" Marcora, president
of the chamber of deputies, with the
task of forming a new cabinet. This
change makes a break with Austria
FINAL BREAK ISN'T FAR
London, May 15. The final break
between Italy and Austria-Germany
is expected to come soon. Italy is
reported to have renounced her alle allegiance
giance allegiance to the Teutonic allies.
MILITARY CALLED OUT FOR
Rome, May 15, At srike has been
proclaimed in Milan as a protest
against the course -of political events
in Italy. Troops are occupying all
strategical points in the city.
GOING TO THE GULF
Sovereigns of Fort King Camp Will
Exeurt to Homosassa' Thurs-
day, June 17th
Fort King Camp, W. O. W., held a
largely attended meeting Friday
night. The principal matter before
the house was to decide on the big
Woodmen picnic, which has been un under
der under discussion for some time.
It was decided to have the picnic,
and after some discussion ? Homo Homosassa
sassa Homosassa was picked out as the destina destination.
tion. destination. The regular committee on en entertainment
tertainment entertainment will get busy at once and
make all arrangements for the mem members
bers members of the camp and, their families
to have a superb time."
The camp decided on Homosassa,
because it has been, some years since
an Ocala crowd went to that place,
and so it will be different. Homo Homosassa
sassa Homosassa is also a fine place for a pic picnic.
nic. picnic. Not only will the town and river
be available for enjoyment, but the
committee intends to charter launch launches
es launches so that all who desire maygo to
the gulf and cruise among the islands.
The Woodmen Camp, the largest
in the city, with a great many
friends, should be able to muster a
large crowd on the occasion. It is
likely that there will be at least
three hundred to go, and maybe
more. All members of the camp and
their friends should at once begin
making preparation to make the oc occasion
casion occasion a great success.
For the Navy and Will Go to the
. Aeronautic Station in Florida
Washington, May 15. Secretary
Daniels has authorized the construc construction
tion construction of the Navy's first dirigible. The
contract was awarded to the Connec Connecticut
ticut Connecticut Aircraft Company, of New Ha Haven,
ven, Haven, Conn. Their bid was $45,363 and
the ship is to be delivered in four
months. It goes to the aeronautic
station at Pensacola Florida.
The ship is to carry four observers
and a crew of four and is to have a
speed of twenty-five miles an hour.
The cruiser North Carolina will be
used as an aviation ship and with her
arrival and that of the dirigible at
Pensacola, training officers and men
as aviators will be on a larger scale
Two hydro-planes were delivered
recently and three more expected soon
and there will be more built this
summer. The contract will be let soon
for the dirigible's floating shed.
WHEN HUNGRY OR TIRED
GO TO SEE THEM
The Major and Mrs. C. L. McClish
had a private interview with the
president of the Board of Trade and
are glad to say1 that the Lord has
been good in lining up the Board of
Trade as directors in our Good Sam Samaritan
aritan Samaritan Army in Ocala. And it is
hereby understood that money solicit solicited
ed solicited by Major McClish will be used in
this city. When other solicitors come
here we do not think it advisable to
assist them by sending money out of
town when we have the poor here at
home to feed and keep.
Yours for success.
Good Samaritan Army,
Major and Mrs. C. L. McClish,
- Officers in Charge.
No. 10 Ft. King Ave., Ocala, Fla.
Give her a box of NORRIS' CAN
DIES the best made. The Court
UNOFFICIAL MOUTHPIECE OF
GERMANY WILL PROBABLY
Washington, May 15. Dr. Bern Bern-hard
hard Bern-hard Dernburg,. often referred to as
the unofficial spokesman of Emperor
William in the United States, has
made plans to leave the country with within
in within a short time, on his own initiative.
It became known in official quarters
today that in view of intimations that
President Wilson and his cabinet are
displeased with Dernburg's speeches.
justifying the sinking of the Lusi-
tama, and some of his other public
utterances, which they believe are
calculated to array the sentiment of
Germans in the United States against
the Washington government, friends
of Dernburg here have persuaded
him to leave the United States. Just
when he will leave has not been made
known. It is believed he will go to
Cuba or South America.
HAD AN EYE ON HIM
Dernburg's activities have been
closely observed by the president and
other high officials, who came to be
lieve in the last week that a continua continuation
tion continuation .of his speeches and statements
might menace the domestic welfare of
America in the event of a critical
turn in relations with Germany. Both
the German embassy,. and Dernburg
have repeatedly denied that he is
the spokesman of the German govern-
ment or had any official standing.
DERNBURG MADE NO DENIAL
Washington May 15. The New
York dispatches, said Dernburg, are!
correct. He refused to make any
comment on the report.
Has Been Favorably Reported by the
A special to the Times-Union from
Tallahassee says :
The bill creating Bloxham county
from Levy, Marion and Alachua was
reported favorably by the senate com committee
mittee committee on county organization last
There seems to be no doubt of the
bill passing the Senate as it carries
a referendum and will be left to the
people themselves to say whether
they want the new county formed.
It has already passed the house by
a vote of 45 to 20.
ANSWER TO INJUNCTION
Filed in District of Columbia Court
by McAdoo and Williams
Washington, D. C, May 15. Sec
retary McAdoo and Comptroller Wil Williams
liams Williams today filed in the district- su supreme
preme supreme court an answer to the injunc injunction
tion injunction suit brought by Riggs of the na national
tional national bank here, charming them with
conspiracy to wreck the bank. Their
answer is a sweeping denial of all
the bank's charges.
EAST BROADWAY CHURCH
Two Beautiful Stories Represented
With Colored Slides
Sunday evening at the East Broad
way church will be shown with col
ored slides two famous stories
The Prodical Son and Burn's poem.
"The Cotter's Saturday Night." The
poem will be recited in connection
with the slides. The machine is in
better condition and it is expected
that, these new pictures will show up
beautifully. These are masterpieces
in the field of literature, both the
poem and the story of Jesus. Every
body cordially invited.
Now Is the Time
When you have money deposit it with us, then
when you need additional money we can let you
have it. Ask 'our customers if we do not take of
them when money is scarce.
Now is the time to open an account and estab establish
lish establish credit for the future. We invite you to write
Hi GERMAN INTEREST
REVOLUTION HAS BEEN INSTI INSTIGATED
GATED INSTIGATED IN THE PORTU PORTUGUESE
GUESE PORTUGUESE REPUBLIC
London, May 15. A news agency
dispatch from Madrid declares that
information has been received there
telling of a grave revolutionary
movement in Portugal. One report
is that a revolutionary committee is
in control of the situation at Lisbon.
There have been previous indications
of a revolutionary movement against
the present republican government of
Portugal. Its opponents have char characterized
acterized characterized it as arbitrary and impossi impossible.
ble. impossible. A strict censorship of news has
COSTA REPORTED KILLED
London, May 15. A Reuter dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Madrid says it Is report reported
ed reported that Dr. Alfonso Costa,, former
premier of Portugal, has been assas assassinated
sinated assassinated at Lisbon.
BOARD OE TRADE
An Important Extra Session Will be
Held this Evening
There will be a special meeting of
the Board of Trade at 7:30 tonight.
The meeting is called to act -on Im Important
portant Important legislative matters.
Statement of the Condition of the
OCALA ITIOll BAI
of Ocala, Florida
AN ACTIVE U. DEPOSITARY
Member Federal Reserve Bank of
At Close of Business Saturday,
May 1, 1915. Condensed from
Report to the Comptroller of the
Loans and discounts, Mar Marion
ion Marion county warrants and
Stock in Federal Reserve
Bank of Atlanta .. 1,800.00
U. S. bonds to secure cir circulation......
culation...... circulation...... 75,000.00
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures 40,000.00
On hand $"527.34
Due from banks i 0,07 4.92 92,002.26
Capital stock, fully paid in ? 75,000.00
Surplus (earned) 15,000.00
Undivided profits 3,291.14
Circulation .. . 75,000.00
Bond account 1,000.00
CAUGHT A TARTAR
IN THE COLLAVINER
Blyth, May 14. The steamship
Collaviner reports that she rammed
and sunk a German submarine in the
EDWARD PAYSON POWELL
Sorrento, Fla. May 15. .Edward
Payson Powell, author and journalist
died at his home here yesterday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at the age of 82. He was tak taken
en taken ill this morning while on a fishing
trip with his daughter.' He was born
in New York.
CYMRIC DARES THE
New York, May 15. Seventy-six
i cabin passengers and 300 in the steer
age were booked to sail for Liverpool
yesterday on the White Star Line
GRAPPLED III A
ARMIES ON ALL FRONTS MAK MAKING
ING MAKING BUT LITTLE HEADWAY
AGAINST EACH OTHER
London, May 15. In both east and
wast the opposing armies are appar apparently
ently apparently unable to make great headway
at present, although severe fighting
continues. Shattering the Austrian
line near the Bukowina frontier is
the single exception reported, but
this Russian claim is not confirmed
from German or Austrian sources.
The Austro-German sweep from the
Cracow region eastward through
Galicia is also said to have been
checked, although Petrograd admits
the western half of Galicia has been
wrested from the Russians. The
French offensive north of Aarris has
made but little further progress.
BRINGING IN THE BODIES
Queenstown, May 15. The bodies
of twenty-eight Lusitania victims
reached here last night. A British
torpedo boat brought twelve which
it picked up southeast of Fastnet.
Among the identified was A. L. Hop Hopkins
kins Hopkins of Newport New3. The tug
Shamrock brought sixteen bodies.
BETTER OUTLOOK FOR
THE LUMBER BUSK
Sumner Company at Zuber Busy
Cutting Timber for Big Rail-
Manager M. G. Davis of the Sum Sumner
ner Sumner Lumber Company at Zuber says
his firm is quite busy cutting heavy
dimension timber for one of the large
railroad systems. This line of busi business
ness business among the sawmill men is look looking
ing looking up, and Mr. Davis is running thi
mill full time to fill his contracts. .A
few days ago he was loading some
cars of heavy timber that he said he
was sure were going to Europe,
judging by the way the order "came
to him and the specifications".' Sornj?
of the -huge timbers, going north :bn
the" railroad-and bridge work," are -12
by 16 inches, and a piece of timber of
this size, 20 feet long, contains about
4000 feet of lumber in board meas measure.
ure. measure. Mr. Davis is -now having all of
his logs shipped in by rail and finds
it works very nicely.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
East Broadway Church
- Disciples of Christ
(Roy B. Bowers, Minister)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Dr. R. T. Weaver, superintendent.
11 a. m. Sermon.
Subject, "The. Adjustment of the
Life to the Demands of Society, the
..7:45 p. m. Stereoptican Lecture on
"The Prodigal Son." Bum's "Cot "Cotter's
ter's "Cotter's Saturday Night" illustrated.
Rev. J. P. McMillan will preach his
last sermon in Ocala tomorrow at the
Presbyterian church. Mr. McMillan
is an excellent preacher, and in his
visits to Ocala has made a host of
fripnrT nil nf wTintn linn tn cao nnr?
thear him again.
The Baptist pulpit will be supplied
tomorrow morning by the Rev. J.
- THURSDAY EVENING
The ladies of the East Broadway
church will serve a chicken supper at
the armory Thursday night, May 20,4
beginning "at 6:30 o'clock. The pub public
lic public is already aware of the goqd
things these ladies can cook, so let
I everybody get their supper at the
armory Thursday evening. 15-5t
OF LITTLE BAND OF AMERICANS
CUT OFF NEAR ESPERANZA
Los Angeles, May 15. Fifty Am Am-viican
viican Am-viican men are still surrounded near
Etpcrr.nza, Sorora, by an overwhelm overwhelming
ing overwhelming number of Yaqui Indians, accord according
ing according to adrices received here. The
force under General Sosa, a Villa
commrnder, -sent to aid the Ameri Americans,
cans, Americans, is not expected to prove effec effectual,
tual, effectual, as it is understood to also be
composed largely of Yaqui Indians.
Mr. West Came Near Being the Vic Victim
tim Victim of a Careless Marksman
"Mr. R. L. West of the J. B. Mc Mc-Crary
Crary Mc-Crary Co., consulting engineers for
Ocala's new sewerage system, is in
the city. He is also nursing a sore
shoulder and occasionally feeling hi3
neck to see if he can pick another
piece of glass out.
Mr. West arrived in Ocala last
night on the 9:05 train. Some six
or eight miles north of town, some
person either fired at the train, or
fired a careless shot wh;ch went
thru the train, and grazed Mr. West.
He was silting on the lefthand
side of the coach, reading a paper.
The bullet came thru the glass,
nrlanccd, grazed his shoulder and
went thru the window on the other
side, cutting thru the wooden screen
as well as breaking the glass.
Mr. West's first intimation of the
occurrence wa3 a push that sent him
over to one side. Then he found the
window pane, was smashed and sev several
eral several slivers of glass were sticking to
h!s neck, tho none went thru the
By the time he reached town, he
found that he had a lame shoulder,
and on investigation found that the
bullet had grazed him strongly
enough to "make quite an annoying
brui-c-. He is out and around today,
but feels like, he has been in the
tr'nehes in Flanders.
rocn as the. train ... reached
Ocx'7 "thr contor ratified the. au author
thor author ix!-I Vh'e special gents of
the -.road e- nov seek'ng the offend offender.
er. offender. 'A V-there wai "no reason, for ,fir ,fir-;ng
;ng ,fir-;ng at the'train? the occurrence .was
probably the result of somebody's
SUNDAY NIGHT SONG SERVICE
AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH
Song, Gloria Patri, by congrega congregation.
tion. congregation. .
The Lord's Prayer by congregation.
Song, Reapers .are Needed, by
chorus and orchestra.
Song, I Love to Tell the Story, by
Anthem, Lord I Come, by church
Prayer by Rev. Stephens.
Song, On the Grest Highway, by
full choru3 end orchestra.
Song, Love Divine, by congregation.
Solo, I Know that My Redeemer
Liveth, by Miss Marguerite Porter.
Address, Influence of Song, speak speaking
ing speaking from the theme, "Music is Har Harmony!
mony! Harmony! Harmony is Love!" Love is
God!" by Mrs. E. Van Hood.
Anthem, No Shadows Yonder, from
Gaul's Holy City," by the choir.
Comet solo, Schabert's Serenade,
by Prof. Levitt -Packard Booe.
Song, One Sweet and Solemn
Thought, by male chorus.
Song, The Victor Song, by full
chorus and orchestra.
Song, One More Day's Work, by
SINKING THE LITTLE
Grimsby, May 15. The British
trawler Cancer was submarined in
the North Sea and the crew captured.
Anything that Comes Along
Rotterdam, May 14. A Dutch
trawler was bombarded and sunk by
a Gei Vian aeroplane in the North
St. The members of the crew were
S BEST THING FOR
t A BILIOUS ATTACK
' "On'acccunt 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
j ago I had an attack that was so severe
that I was not able to go to the case
for two davs. Failing to get any re
lief from any other treatment, I took
three of Chamberlain's Tablets and
the next day I felt like a new man,'
writes H. C Eailey, editor Carolina
News, Chapm, S. C. Obtainable every
SPLIT THE STATE
Davis of St. Johns Wants to Put Ma Marion
rion Marion County in the North End
of South Florida
Tampa, May 15. A special to the
Times. from Tallahassee says:
Voters of the state may have the
opportunity of deciding the question
of state division at the next general
Representative Davis of St. Johns
county this morning introduced a
joint resolution proposing an amend amendment
ment amendment to the constitution which would
create the state of West Florida, the
new state comprising wenty-eight of
the fifty-one counties of the present
Shortly before convening of the
House this morning Representative
Davis sprung a complete surprise on
h:s fellow-members by announcing
that he would introduce today a reso resolution
lution resolution proposing a constitutional
amendment which would, if adopted
by the voters, cut the state in vro
where the peninsula -part of th state
It is proposed to place the follow following
ing following named counties in what will be"
known as West Florida: Escambia,
Santa Rosa, Holmes, Washington,
By, Jackson, Cajhoun, Franklin,
Liberty, Gadsden, Wakulla, Leon,
Jefferson, Madison, Taylor, Hamil Hamilton.
ton. Hamilton. Suwannee, Lafayette, Alachaa,
Columbia, Baker, -Bradford, Clay,
Nassau, Duval, St. Jehns, Putnam.
The dividing line proposed would
make Levy, Marion and Volusia coun counties
ties counties the northern boundary counties
of the proposed state of South Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. By the passage of this resolution
by both House and Senate and Use
ratification of tame by the people at
the polk', the democrats would gain
two additional members in the TJ. S.
Senate. Tallahassee would probably
remain the capital of the proposed
new, state. -" .-.
The fight for the passage of the
resolution will be led in the House by
Messrs. Davis cf St. John and Dads
DA VIES' 'TIRE 'REPAIR PLANT"
' Messrs. H. A. and J. E. Davies, the,
"Tire Men, of Ocala, now have the
best equipped vulcanizing and tire im impair
pair impair plant in this section of the
state. They are using in their busi business
ness business the entire ground floor of the
R. S. Hall building, formerly oc occupied
cupied occupied by Luckie's Garage. The front
of the building is used for the tire
and tube display and stock room and
offices. The main part of the building
.will be u?ed for the free storage cf
their customers cars at night. In'
this department, also, is located the
oil tanks with automatic pumps and
gauges. Out in front is one of the
most modern gasoline pumps with
automatic measures, strainers, etc
The rear part of the building, for formerly
merly formerly the shops, is fitted up as the
repair department, where there Is
ample electric power and gas heat
ing devices for the vulcanizing ma machines
chines machines and to pump the air for the
free air pipe in the front for the in inflation
flation inflation of customer's tires.
The firm will not enter into the
automobile repair business, nor will
it carry parts or supplies in compe
tition, except in the strict line cf its
own business that of an oil and gas gasoline
oline gasoline supply station and tire and tube
sales agency and repair plant. In
these lines the firm does not expect to
be second to any plant in the state.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds cf sugar for $1, with one dol dol-!ars
!ars dol-!ars worth of other groceries, for
a.h. Smith Grocerr Co. Phone 434. tf
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
I'our vrder will have
: J. L. SMOAK
Smoak Wo Shop.
CHINESE AND FLORIDA SPECKL SPECKLED
ED SPECKLED VELVET BEANS FOR SEED
1914 CROP. GIVE QUANTITY AND
OCAtA tXEXtSQ A&, SATURDAY. MAY IS, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. FL Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocrx&t Fla., postoffice as second class inatter.
One year, in advance. ..... 55.00
tlx moDths, In advance 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
Qua month, in advance. .... .50
One year- in advance S&.uu
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
and sixty to forty acres. The House
also refused to indefinitely postpone
the Torrens system bilL"
PLEASE GOD, AS ALL MEN ON EARTH SHALL BEHOLD, WE
ARE A NATION. PLEASE GOD, AS EUROPE AND ALL TH
WORLD SHALL KNOW, WE ARE AMERICANS.
' HENRY WATTERSON.
Barnes has come to bat, and with
stitution says he must be
his first strike he landed Teddv in the! of the state, but is silent as to the
The dispatches say that during the
riots, in London Thursday, throngs
of Germans sought refuge at the Am American
erican American embassy and consulate.
The British submarine which, dived
under Turkish mines in the Darda Dardanelles,
nelles, Dardanelles, reached the Sea of Marmora
and sunk two Turkish gunboats and
a transport, did something its coun country
try country can be proud of.
THE MESSAGE TO GERMANY
The message sent to the German
government by the government of
the United States on the afternoon of
the 13th was such a message as Am America
erica America might be expected to send in
such a matter. It probably couldn't
be considered such a note as a train trained
ed trained diplomat would write. It wasted
no space on stilted phrases. It was
polite, it was even friendly, but it
was firm. It did not bluster in the
least, but it gives the German gov government
ernment government plainly to understand that it
has reached the place where it must
choose if the United States is to re remain
main remain friendly or become an enemy.
It gives Germany an excellent oppor
tunity to recede from a position which
that nation must realize is obnoxious
to the rest of the world. America
does not want war with Germany. It
would be a great war and a great
a resident l misfortune a creater. nerharjg. than
our civil war, for if begun, no one can
tell where it would end. But if .we
shrunk back, if we allow such things
SINGLE CARLOAD SHIPMENTS
Any citizen of the .. United States
who feels that he cannot support the
president and the flag in this crisis
should declare himself an enemy and
expect to be treated as such. Pensa Pensa-cola
cola Pensa-cola News.
The" News has the right dope.
Congressman Clark announces that
he is not in either the senatorial oJ
il&ernatorial race, but intends to
run for Congress again. In this he
shows his wisdom. He might be elect elected
ed elected senator; he might be elected gov governor.
ernor. governor. He is sjjre to be re-elected to
represent his district in Congress.
Germany's contention that she must
sink merchant ships and kill non non-combatants
combatants non-combatants because Britain is striv striving
ing striving to starve her people, does not, to
use a typographical term, justify
with her widely dessiminated state statement
ment statement that she has plenty of food and
cannot be starved out.
Ocala should be on the Dixie high highway.
way. highway. In our road north and south
across Marion county from Micanopy
to .Weirsdale, and the branch to Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, we have more to show in im improved
proved improved highway than almost any
other county in Florida. Rooney will
set forth this and other matters in
district. There is no instance on re record,
cord, record, however, of a congressman
ever being elected outside his home to be visited upon us without resist
district. I ance. we will brine on ourselves
greater misfortune, and that very
Its very good indeed to see so much I soon.
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testimony that German-Americans lne star nopes that uermany win
will firmly take their stand under the I heed. It fears that it will not. In
Stars and Stripes. They are wise as J either event, America's course is
well as patriotic, for this policy on clear. We do not willfully kill the
their part will go far to prevent war. unarmed men, the women and child-
If Germany thoueht she could depend I ren of other nations. We must not
on them to fight her battles, she would allow other nations to kill ours.
be less amenable to reason. The Star I A man who stands idly and allows
has had little doubt where they stood, defenseless men, women and children,
Everything they have to fight for is J his friends, perhaps his kindred, to
in America. They have done their be murdered without fighting to the
share in making this country great, death to save, and if he could not
and it isn't to be supposed they will I save, to avenge them, would not be
help anybody to ruin it. Their sen-1 considered fit to associate with de
timental attachment for their father-1 cent men. When it comes to such
land is natural and to be expected, things as the sinking of the Lusi Lusi-but
but Lusi-but their loyalty and their interest tania, all Americans on board were
is with America. Of course, there not only our friends, but our relations
are exceptions, but not enough to I our brothers and sisters in the great
judge the great majority by. I kindred of our common country. If
we give the rest of the world to un
The United States government says I derstand it may butcher our defense
that its people, who lost their lives J less people wherever it finds -them',
on the Lusitania, did not have official I we cannot look the world, we cannot
warning that the ship was going to look ourselves, in the face.
Florida Railroad Conimia&ion Did the
Fair Thing by the Little
There is a good one on the rail railroads
roads railroads that has brought about a good
thing for the sawmill men of the
state. Officers in a certain large
railroad were interested financially in
a large lumber plant in the state.
This plant was hauling its saw logs
from long distances, and sought
get an order from the railroad com
mission to give a special rate on saw
ogs in "train loads." This was to be
of great benefit to their own mill, but
the "train load" clause was to nro-
hibit the little mills of the state frpm
sharing in it and to prevent the loss
to the railroads, or rather the reduc reduction
tion reduction to a modest rate, on single car-
oad shipments. This is one place.
we are told, where the railroad com
mission sure stuck to the "dere
pepul" and made the order apply to
single or a number of carloads of
saw logs in one shipment."
We are not prepared to make affi
davit to the accuracy of this state statement,
ment, statement, but are told that it is true and,
at any rate, sawmill men can afford
to pay freight on a much longer haul
to get logs to their mills than they
be attacked. It also says that even
had they received such a warning, it
would not have been any excuse for
killing them. Misinformed Ameri
cans who have been excusing Ger-
The lives of German men are sac
red the lives of German women and
children are doubly sacred in Am
erica. It Is takes the lives of a mil
lion men, if it takes the last dollar
many on this score should now drop J in the United States, let us. make the
the argument. It is no longer a ques
tion of taking sides with Germany,
against England, but of taking the
side of their own government.
Governor Slaton of
nounces that he will
world understand that American
lives must be held sacred wherever
Germany cannot consistently com
plain of this. Since she became a na
tion, there has never been a day
give Leo M. iwnen sne would n 't have fought any
As the gov- J country that would have put upon
The study of political economy by
the students of the Ocala high school
revealed to them, and some older
people, that the constitution of the
United States does not require that a
member of Congress be a resident of
the district he represents. The con-
Frank a brief respite
ernor will retire from office soon, he I her such a grievious wrong as Amer Amer-can
can Amer-can by giving Frank a rspite, unload I ica has suffered in the sinking of the
a very disagreeable task on his sue-1 Lusitania.
Claude L'Engle writes from Talla
hassee: "You can't beat the poor man J
as long as he has friends in the Flor
ida legislature. The House has again
refused to submit the amendment
changing the constitutional home
stead exemption from one hundred
BUSINESS MEN FOR THE
UNITED STATES SENATE
We clip the following from "Mill
Supplies," of Chicago, one of the
leading trade papers of the country:
We are credibly informed that the
Honorable Perry G. Wall, of Tampa,
Florida, has been prevailed upon by
his hosts of friends to enter the race
for the United States Senate. We
the report is true
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NwO 1 1
2 Bleached Bed Sheets
Size 81x90 inches, do seams, value
each 75c, on Dollar Day, 2 for only VI)
17 Yards Bleached Sheeting-
YarH-wide, Soft Finish, worth 9c 0
a yard, on Dollar Day for O B
70-inch Iron Frame
Germ Proof, Complete to Hang Up, 0
on Dollar Day for O
'YOU'LL EVENTUALLY TRADE HERE", WHY NOT NOW?
The writer has often said that the
business men of this 'nation should
arouse themselves from the lethargic
attitude they have assumed through
out the political history of this coun country
try country and help to place solid business
men in Congress
. A large part of the woes complain-
Jed of by the people of this country
jl I may be traeed to the lniauitous leg
islation,- or lack of proper laws, em
anating from Washington. It is high
time for the acrobatic buffoons, "who
have swarmed for decades about the
halls of Congress, to retire and give
the people a chance.
The people of this nation should
run the government through repre
sentatives, instead of misrepresenta
tives, as they have often learned
when it was too late to remedy the
mistake. They never will get
square deal until the lawyers and
special interest grafters are cleaned
out of Congress. They have lied to
the people who gave them politica
prestige and there are only a few
hundred out of thousands that have
graced the halls of Congress with
their presence in the last fifty years,
who can point with pride to an un
blemished political record, while they
were pretending to represent a tol
This is a business country and we
need business men at Washington to
represent the commercial interests of
this great nation, We are the com commercially
mercially commercially supreme nation of the
world and it behooves the people of
this country to place business men
at the head of the afTairs of this na nation
tion nation so that we may force ahead and
grasp even grander opportunities
Y 1 than now seem possible to this for-
j I tunately placed land.
- a. ui&iujr cuucaiea uus-
iness man who has not only been very
successful in building his own bus business,
iness, business, but has also always found
ample time to aid in hundreds of
ways the upbuilding cf his native
state and especially the section in
which he lives. The great state of
Florida has an opportunity now to
avail herself cf the services of a
broad-minded business man and be
one of the states to inaugurate the
movement for better and more con conservative
servative conservative legislation in Congress that
will redound to the vastly increasing
commercial interests f this country.
A WOMAN'S OPINION
"Self preservation is the first law
of nature,", and when this war
startled the world by its beginning,
my first impulse was that we should
save ourselves, and the only way to
do so was to sever all intercourse be between
tween between Europe and the United States.
All international commerce of course
would be suspended for a while, and
the millionaire would have to forego
his pleasure trip, and we would have
to depend on our own resources,
which would teach us what we could
produce, invent and develop at home,
and the world that we are an inde independent
pendent independent people. After the horrible
demonstration that we have had, I
more firmly believe that it is urgent-
y necessary that we should pursue
that course to prevent the pouring
out of our own blood to mingle with
hat which is already so freely flow
ing, we have everything that is
necessary in these United States, and
it only rests with our ingenuity to
probe into and bring it into use. How
was it with the South in the sixties?
Did we send to Germany for chem chemicals
icals chemicals and dyestuffs? Did we send to
South America for coffee? To China
and Japan for tea? No; we went to
the woods for dyes, to the old fields
and swamps for medicine. We plant planted
ed planted and raised indigo, castor beans,
etc- and went to Ihe meal barrel for
our delicious pound cake (none such
now) coffee of corn meal and okra
seed. Fine chocolate of peanuts. I
speak of these to show what re
sourceiui people we are, wnat we
have done, and what we can do again
rather than go to war. Mother.
AN IMPORTANT MATTER
AFTER THE OAY!S
WORK IS OVER
Do You Regard Music as a Luxury?
IN' HARD TIMES" WHEN YOU FEEL IT NECESSARY TO
CURTAIL EXPENDITURES, DO YOU THINK THAT MUSIC,
AT LEAST, IS ONE THING YOU CAN DO WITHOUT?
You are mistaken. ,Music is oae of the necessities of life. Since the birth
of man, among civilized and uncivilized alike, music moie than any other in influence
fluence influence has soothed, inspired and stimulated the race.
It is time that you awoke and realized that you need music, now and
that music in its most enjoyable form is at your elbow.
After the day's work is over, an evening of music in your home wjll 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 AT IT'S FULL VAL VALUE
UE VALUE IN EXCHANGE FOR A PLAYER-PIANO ON WHICH YOU
CAN PLAY WITH THE SKILL OF A MASTER MUSICIAN,
DEMONSTRATION AT YOUR CONVENIENCE
OCALA, FLA. V
HOT WATER TANK FOR SALE
A large, new, galvanized hot water
tank and connections for kitchen
range. Apply at Star office, dh-tf
Novels at The Murray Company. 3t
We now have on hand a full line .f j
stock feed corn, oats, bran, .shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
Kttp 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. SccrecjrMs an Indis Indispensable
pensable Indispensable virtue In politics aa well as
In the art of ar."
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For the Attention of Members of
John M. Martin Camp Sons of
Your annual dues of one dollar as
member of the John M. Martin
Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans
are now due. Our interest in having
these dues paid immediately is two
fold, viz: Our number of delegates
to Richmond and their voting power
is limited in proportion to the-num
ber of paid up members in our camp.
There are over one hundred members
on ov roll, and if all dues are paid
up promptly, it will give us an ex excellent
cellent excellent showing at the reunion the
last of this month. Then most im
portant of all, Ocala will entertain
the state reunion of Confederate Vet
erans 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 tha
we may do our utmost to give the
veterans who will be our guests the
very best state reunion they have
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. Nlel Ferguson, Comdt.
Clyde Stover, the negro who mur murdered
dered murdered the Gardner brothers, will be
hung in Palatka June 11.
"When my daughter had whooping
! cough she coughed so hard at one time
uiai sne naa nemorruage ui uie mugs.
I was terribly alarmed about her con condition.
dition. condition. Seeing Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy so highly recommended, I got
her a bottle and it relieved the cough
at once. Before she had finished two
bottles of this remedy she was entire entirely
ly entirely well, writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes
Crooksville, Ohio. Obtainable every every-whered
whered every-whered Adv.
Rexall Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
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WHAT A DOLLAR WILL DO AT
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THE WHOLE WEEK, BEGINNING
Lame back is usually due to rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back with Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere.
Call and examine our 50 cents a
pound box of chocolates. The box is
plain but the chocolates are high high-grade.
grade. high-grade. Troxlers. 4-tf
and Continuing until, Saturday night
SEAMLESS SHEETS, 81 x 90, Sized before being
SHEETS, Size 72 x 90, Bleached, Sized before be being
ing being hemmed,
41 fior Si.
PILLOW CASES, to match above sheets, bleach bleached
ed bleached and full size
12 fi of 01.00
Ladies' Dresses, Strip Striped
ed Striped Voil, very 1 a t e s t
creation, positive $3.00
50 Pair Ladies' Black
Satin Colonial Pumps,
Good Year Welt posi positive
tive positive $2.50 value at
36 Pair Ladies' Tan
Calf Pumps, Goodyear
Welt. Positive S3.C0V
We have several more bargains, too numerous to mention. Come in and
look them over. Remember my guarantee: You must be Satisfied, or your
money returned with a smile. You will be money out if you don't buy hore.
We are giving you
More Goods for same money; Same Goods for less money.
Why Pay More?
Proprietor Ocala Bargain Eoese
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OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, MAY IS,. 1915
Don't Be Irregular Atteirtiing Church; Be a
Consistent Performer; Go Every Sunday
GO TO CilUU'J!!
n. jf .ri- from ; !! over the country show that the GO TO
CHUI.'t'Ji in oi!ii-t t is exceeding all expectations. Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh was i.v.i- of t hi- ci'.if- that made a record. Religiou.3 fervor
there ;ittain il i hijrh st ii vhen thousands of people who had been
remits in their spiritual hties for years responded to the invita invitation
tion invitation to iMak-- CO TO Cill'RCH SUNDAY a success. Practically
every clrurch i-ei.t ii tl hv the innovation and some to such an ex extent
tent extent that theywi r at a Ins to care for the large crowds assembled.
WHILE" NO ATTEMPT WAS MADE TO TABULATE THE PER PERCENTAGE
CENTAGE PERCENTAGE OF INCRZ.SCD ATTENDANCE ON THE PART OF THE
EVANGELISTIC COrIMITTJE WHICH ORIGINATED THE MOVE MOVEMENT,
MENT, MOVEMENT, SUF FICIENT iS KNOWN TQ 8AY THAT IT EXCEEDED
ALL EXPECTATIONS BY MANY FOLD AND GIVES WARRANT
FOR THE DELICF THAT AT LAST THE TIDE HAS TURNED IN
THE CHUF.CHEG' FAVOR. TAKEN ALL IN ALL, IT WAS THE
OCCASION FOR THE RECEPTION OF HUNDREDS WHO WERE
LIFELONG STRANGERS TO CHURCH AND THE WELCOMING
BACK INTO THE FOLD OF MANY WHO HAD STRAYED INTO
Featured bv a special MESSAGE OF APPROVAL FROM
PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON to churches in the AUegheny
valley, Pennsylvania, GO TO CHURCH day was observed there.
Advertising in newspapers, by posters, cards and personal calls
was largely responsible for an unusually large turnout. The ob observance
servance observance was under the auspices of the Allegheny Valley Ministerial
association. Each church member endeavored to take with him
five friends, who were urged to invite five more. The services were
hna!e attractive by special sermons
Now that the GO TO CHURCH movement has been fairly
launched throughout the country, don't let it lag. KEEP PLUG PLUGGING.
GING. PLUGGING. Those who have returned to the church should not be spas spasmodic
modic spasmodic in their attendance. BE CONSISTENT. BE STEADY.
GO TO CHURCH every Sunday!
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rates, schedules, reser reservations,
vations, reservations, etc, call on
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STANDARD RAILROAD OF
OCALA PUBLIC GARAGE
Now Open and Completely Equipped and Solicits Your Business
We guarantee all work befo re it leaves the shop. James Coleman
will repair your motor cars in first class shape.
Our Ed Mathews is the best general blacksmith in the city. All
blacksmith work, wagon and buggy repairing, horse shoeing, etc.,
etc., quickly done and fully warranted.
Call and see us. We do our own work, very light expenses, and
can give you cheaper prices than others.
South Second Street West
(Second store west of Metropolitan Bank Building)
OCALA - - FLORIDA
FLORENCE C WHIIAMS
Braids, Switches and Tranriorinations
Made from your own combings
Scalp Treatment, Facial Massage
Shampooing and Manicuring
Growing Hair on Bald
Heads a Specialty
Hair Matched for Braids, Switches, Etc.
Residence 415 S. Orange St. Phone 182
iI &uHZ Art, tovvo mam. m
Luf AtT LKWOi Sftt,
is rym mm. mcmjuctT fiTjm m a.
lhi3 is our
1 nil T a rfn rc f r r tVia nraocino nf A
Palm Beach and Duck Suits.
heated by steam, it can not scorch, y
The pressure being direct, not sliding, y
taii ana see t
v tn iiu b neat L x: tjL L
do the woik
Oeala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
June. 1-2-3 1915
Tickets on Sale May 29th to June 2nd,
inc limited to June 10th. Extension and'
M. D. JONES
ADS OFFER BETTER
POSITIONS AND I
MOTFrt.Tcorni i ii i I
Paper Picnic Spoon That May
Be Discarded After Use.
The sanitary picnic spoon Is an im implement
plement implement which is packed away in a
perfectly flat shape for convenient car carriage
riage carriage and storage, and yet when called
upon to perform the usual functions of
a spoon it has a bowl and handle and
much the same shape aa the ordinary
article. The new epoon is fashioned
out of a piece of treated paper, which
gives it firmness and yet pliability and
at the same time renders it moisture
proof. The flat shape consists mainly
of a round portion with two extensions
projecting from one end of the bowl.
These 'extensions are each notched
near their extremities, and to make
the spoon the extensions are overlap overlapped
ped overlapped and locked with the aid of the
notch. ThLp forms a very satisfactory
spoon, which will answer all purposes
and, after use. may be thrown away,
aa it represents a trivial value.
- Sewing on a Button.
Take a small stitch, bringing the
knot on the right side. Itun up through
one hole of the button and draw it
down Just over the knot. Lay a pin
across the button and work the stitches
over the pin. When the button is firm firmly
ly firmly sewed on remove the pin. Pull the
button out from the material and wind
the thread around the threads between
the button and the cloth several times
to form a shank. Pass the needle
through to the wrong side and fasten
the thread with several small stitches.
The shank formed makes buttoning
easier and lessens the strain on the
cloth. The knot is brought up on the
right side and under the button to keep
t from being worn off.
Maryland Spring Chicken.
Clean spring chickens and disjoint
them and then wash them in salt wa water.
ter. water. Dry thoroughly. Put equal parts
of lard and butter in a deep frying
pan. enough to cover the chickens when
they are in it. Then roll eJh piece of
chicken in flour and then in fine crack cracker
er cracker crumbs and then drop Into the fat.
which should be very hot. Fry until
browned on both sides. Drain a mo moment
ment moment on paper and serve on a hot dish
garnished with sprigs of parsley. Pour
off most of the fat and thicken the re remainder
mainder remainder with browned flour and add
to it a cupful of rich milk. Stir until
smooth and pass with the chicken.
Potato 8alad, German Style.
Boil six potatoes; when the jackets
begin to burst drain, pare the potatoes
and slice. Heat three and one-half ta ta-blespoonfuls
blespoonfuls ta-blespoonfuls of melted bacon fat, pour
over the warm potatoes. Add one-half
teaspoonful of salt, one-fourth tea tea-spoonful
spoonful tea-spoonful of pepper and one tablespoon tablespoon-ful
ful tablespoon-ful of cut chives or minced onion. Heat
three tablespoon fuls of vinegar to the
boiling point, add a tablespoonful of
sugar and pour this over the potatoes;
mix thoroughly. Place in the warming
oven for about twenty minutes before
Codfish With Macaroni.
Soak overnight half a pound of salt
codfish. Boll for twenty minutes two
ounces of broken macaroni. Melt one
tablespoonful of butter, add one of
flour and cook thoroughly: Add one
cupful of stewed and strained toma
toes and cook until thick. Season with
salt and pepper, add the fish and maca
roni and cook for an hour La a double
French Shirred Egg.
Rub a porcelain frying pan with a
little onion or garlic and then pour In
a teaspoonful of pure olive oil. Heat
to the smoking stage and then pour in
four or six eggs which have been bro
ken into a bowl, but not beaten or
stirred. Dust with salt and paprika
and cook until the whites are firm and
the yolks slightly set.
Fried Green Peppers.
Wash sweet green peppers and cut In
halves. Remove the seeds and fry the
peppers in hot olive oil until thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly cooked. Have ready a cream gravy
or white sauce and pour it over the
peppers after they have been drained
of grease on blotting or brown paper
and seasoned with salt and pepper.
Clam Batter Balls.
One cupful of mashed potato, one
pint of clams, cut flue: one egg. one one-half
half one-half cupful of clam Juice, one-half cup
ful of milk, one-half teasKXnfut of salt.
one lieapinjr tcasjHtonful of baking pow powder,
der, powder, flour to mate rather stiff batter.
Droit in sMMnfuls In deep, hot fat and
Read the Announcements in
YOUNG FOLKS1 CORNER
Game of Medicines.
This is a card K"anic iu whi h a h
player, cbooses the ij;uik f -uje pat patent
ent patent medicine, s-ucli as "V.vl Pills.
Tony's Tonic. Harry s Il iir Savr."
etc. Any ntiml-r can play. Wlidi all
have declared their names tlie canl
are dealt around, one at a time, till tl;?
pack is all dealt ut. each player keej keej-In?
In? keej-In? his share In pile, face down. In
front of him.
The player at the dealer's left lo logins
gins logins by turn In? up a card and placing
It in front of him. The next d es the
same, and each ne in turn, makini: a
pile before him. until a card Is turned
up having the same number of spots,
or of the same rank as one previously
turned. The players of the duplicate
canU must then shout the name of
each other's medicine ns quickly as
possible, and the one who jrets out first
and correctly the name of the other
win all his front pile. The object
is to win all the cards.
The game is sometimes played the
reverse way. when the object is to get
rid of the cards, and the one who falls
to shout the other's name correctly, or
first takes the whole pile.
A good outdoor game for loys or
g!rl-. said to be played a great deal by
Chinese children. Shells or stones or
anx other small objects should be laid
In a row about a foot apart, ten or
twelve objects in a straight row. The
first child bops on one foot (like a lame
chicken) over each object until the last
La the line is reached. This last oue be
must kick with his" other foot, then
pick up the object and go again, hop
ping on one foot as before, until he
has reached the last object at the end
of the line where be started. lie kicks
and picks this up and goes down the
line again until he has In this way.
one at a tune, gathered all the objects.
Each player does this in turn. He must
never touch the ground with his lame
foot, not even when picking up the ob
Jects. and should make but one hop be between
tween between them. If he touches the ground
with the lame foot he loses his turn
and makes way for the next player.
The one wins who la a given time
has picked up in this way the largest
number of objects.
Odd Animal Combat.
A- gentleman who lives in Georgia,
up the Octnulgee river, tells of a ecul
iar occurrence of which he was an eye eyewitness,
witness, eyewitness, lie was fishing in the river
when he saw a large hawk fly down
and alight by the edge of the stream.
It was on a sand bar, and the hawk
waded out a few feet in the shallow
water. The man then observed the
hawk engaged In a desperate struggle,
as if held by something. Finally, with
a great effort, the bird rose iu the air
and flew out into a held, carrying with
it a large turtle which it had attacked,
but which instead of being caught had
clutched one of the hawk's feet in its
powerful Jaws and held on. Out in the
field the hawk tried In vain to get
away from the turtle, fighting with
beak, wing and claw. The turtle held
on grimly, however, until the hawk
sank down exhausted, and then the
man killed both with ;i hickory club.
Making a Needle Float.
It is an accepted theory that a solid
metallic body cannot float on the sur surface
face surface of water, but this can be disprov disproved
ed disproved by causing an ordinary steel needle"
to remain on the water and not sink.
Take a needle and make sure that is
devoid of moisture and perfectly dry.
Gently place it on the surface of the
water, remove the hand Just as care carefully
fully carefully and if you are fortunate the uee uee-dle
dle uee-dle will be 6eeu floating as If It t were
a bit of wood instead of steel. If 'the
hand is not steady the needle van be
lowered to the water by two loops of
thread or on the prongs of a fork. Fall Falling
ing Falling in either of these methods, place
the needle on a piece of tissue paper,
which you place on the water. As
soon as the paper becomes saturated
It sinks to the bottom, but the needle
remains floating placidly on the top.
Antiquity of Advertising.
Advertising is not an outcome of
modern necessity but Is an ancient
practice. The British museum possess possesses
es possesses a collection of old Greek advertise advertisements
ments advertisements printed on leaden plates. The
Egyptians were great advertisers.
"Papyrus leaves over 3.000 years old
have been found at Theues descrtblug
runaway slaves and offering a reward
for their capture, and at Pompeii an ancient
cient ancient advertisements have been re revealed
vealed revealed on the walls and deciphered.
Arithmetical Enigma. -I
am. composed of ten letters. My
6 8 2 is an animal; my 6 7 3 1 10 is a
garment; my 2 4 7 5 is a metal; my 9
3 1 7 Is a kind of fuel. My whole should
be In every home.
Answers. "A good clock," Words:
Dog. cloak, gold, coal.
Overheard In the Hall.
That soft hat is cross today," said
the cane. "1 don't wonder at it," said
the riding whip. "The brush rubbed
him the wrong way and he's all ruffled
Rimed Numerical Enigma.
His a. 2. 1. 4 wA sad. his garments poor.
He shivered 2. 1 the pavement wet;
He showed me 3. 4. I fine fish, he said
He'd caught that morning with his 1. 4. S.
"And 1. 2, 3. 4. how fine they are?" he
"Will you 1. 2. 3 buy 2. 1. 4. mlssT" 1
"Not If you had a 3. 2. If I said.
And 3. 2 my home I quickly sped.
(1 had 1. 2 money, you must know.
And that was why I left him so.)
Answer. Keyword Note. Words. Tea,
on. ten. net. not, not. one. ten. to, no.
By SARAH BAXTER
James and Lucy Anderson were
cousins. Their uncle. Peter Anderson. :
was very rich, and when he died a will
was produced leaving all his property
to James and .Lucy Jointly. This was ;
no surprise, for it was well known that
the testator, who had no children. hrd
approved a plan of union between his j
favorite nephew nnd niece and that
they shoukl iuherit his procrty. They
were lovers, were engaged and soon to J
be married. j
There was great Fiirprlse. therefore,
when a half brother of the decised ;
named Torrance piouounced the ill a j
forgery. This would give the prorerty
to the heirs at law. and Torrance would
receive a third, or about rJOU.OOQ. But
a still greater surprise was sprung
when Torrance accused James Ander Anderson
son Anderson of the forgery. Unfortunately, both
witnesses to this will w ere dead.
Torrance had divorced his wife, who
had married another man named
Baker. Baker had trouble with the wo woman
man woman and to get rid of her bad gone to
parts unknown. It was supioscd that
the origin of the accusation was In
Mrs. Torra nee-Baker, who had known
Mr. Anderson, the testator, and swore
that the signature to the will was not
When James Anderson received a
visit from her attorney. Edward Mark
ham. James asked whether, should an
accused person coness the crime of
which he was accused, his counsel
would still be bound to defend him
The lawyer replied that a defense uu
der the circumstances would be er
fectiy legitimate. Thus informed. James
confessed that he had forged his uucle's
will. Murkham was greatly surprised,
for young Anderson had a singularly
houest countenance. Indeed, notwith
standing the confession. Markbam did
not believe that his clieut was guilty.
Markhaui took great interest In the
case, for not only a fortune for a pair
of young lovers, but young Andersou'n
acquittal of a heinous crime, were at
stake. There was the usual examina
tlon of ex'ierts In cblrograpby and the
usual differences of opinion on the part
of these gentlemen. Half of them pro
uounced the signature to the will to be
genuine, while the other half declared
that It was a palpable .forgery. Most
of the latter on comparing the signa signature
ture signature with s)ecimens of James Ander Anderson's
son's Anderson's writing bore witness that be had
written IL One expert declared that
no man could have written It. for It
tore many characteristics of a femi feminine
nine feminine hand.
Lucy Anderson attended the court
regularly and was naturally under a
tqrrlble strain. When this 'testimony
was adduced several persons atuon
the spectators looked. at her as much
as to say. "Perhaps, after alL she Is
the criminal ThLs wus too much for
her. She fainted and was carried out
of the courtroom.
The next development In the case
was that Lncy sent for her lover's
counsel and confessed to him'that It
was she and not James who had forged
the will. This set a new complexion on
the case for the attorney. He had two
confessions, oue from James, the other
from Lucy Anderson. The former he
had never believed, and as the case
had proceeded he bad conceived a sus suspicion
picion suspicion that Jamea was shielding some
one. When Lucy had fainted on hear
ln that the forger must have been a
woman the lawyer made up his mind
that he had reached a solution of the
He consulted with his client, inform,
lug him of Lucy's confession. James
did not seem to be surprised on hear hearing
ing hearing of It, but stolidly adhered to what
he had said, declaring that Lucy bad
confes.sed to save him from disgrace
and imprisonment. He. begged her
counsel to conceal the latest confession
and. If he could not save him on a tech technicality,
nicality, technicality, to let the case go against him.
The prisoner was convicted, largely
on the evidence of Mrs. Torrance-Baker,
who at the time the will was made or
supposed to have been made was on
very friendly terms with the testator.
James received bis conviction stoically,
as though conscious of doing a noble
notion instead of having committed a
crime. Lucy was again carried out of
the courtroom in a swoon. Shortly aft after
er after the finding of the verdict James was
sentenced to ten years Imprisonment
In the state penitentiary.
Just before he was to be taken to
prison who should turn up but Francis
Baker, the second husband of Mrs.
Torrance-Baker, who had been active
! securing young Anderson's convic conviction.
tion. conviction. He had been In the Interior of
Baker's return produced a great
houleversement In the situation. lie
had witnessed a subsequent will to the
ono mentioned, leaving all his estate
to his nephew with a provbdon that
he should marry his cousin Lucy. A
nevr hunt was instltuted'and this will
found Torrance also testified that the
signature to the will James Anderson
had iM'en convicted of forging was
Jiiruts Anderson's counsel applied
for h new trial. The application was
rraufed. and at the second trial, which
w;in :i mere form, the licensed was no
quirted He had Im-ii shielding Lucy
iinK-r the belief that she luid forced
the will, mill she later hail attempted to
shh-id l:im. i (linking to save him by
her vn sacrifice.
Tliey were ready enough to comply
wiili the pii i:o:i of the second will
ami Hi-re fj.... i iM--nrdin;ily.
this paper today,
FOR 1 HIS DAY ONLY
Artillery, of course, had to wait up upon
on upon gunrowicr. It is absolutely im impossible
possible impossible to say v.hen and where it
was, firt usoi. The f rst piece may
have V-on r-iad by a German named
Schwartz r.bout 1330. u Is claimed
that artillery wps used by the Moors
of Spain in 131?.. a 1 nt Crec- in 1345-
Vulcanizing. All work guaranteed.
Blalock Bros, 107 Oklawaha Ave. lm
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
Send Us Your
f All Kind,
All Hard Woods.
rump-, for all
For HoaJ Work at all
Of Mrs. CLappeD, of Rye Yean
Stan dbg, Relieved by Cards!.
Mt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chap-
fjetl of this town, says: "l suffered, for
ive years with womanly troubles, also
stomach troubles, and my punishment
was more than any one could tell.
1 tried most every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good.
I read one day about Cardui, the wo woman's
man's woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try iL I
had not taken but about six bottles until
I W23 almost cured. It did me more
good than all the other medicines I had
tried, put together.
My friends began asking me why I
looked so well, and 1 told them about
Cardui. Several are now taking it."
Do you, lady reader, suffer from any
of Ihe ailments due to womanly trouble,
such as headache, backache, sideache,
sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired
If so. let us urge you to give Cardui a
trial, we feel confident it will help you,
just as it has a million ether women in
the past half century.
Begirt taking Cardui to-day. You
won't regret it. All druggists.
Atmorr L'-'. Ov r.occ. Ter.n.. for Stnil
'ittru. t.cmi r,r- jMrcd-.'J and C-i-pee boo. Hoti.
'-.nitrj !cr Wrrer: m p. n wrapcer. N.C 134
your time will be
When you know
Will do the business
Go North by Sea
MRCH ANTS & MINERS TAHS.GO
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegTaph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent, 1 Coral. Agt.
J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,
? IEVITT PACKAlcO BOOE
V Music Teacher and Composer
Violin, Piano and Voice
Expert Piano Tcner
Talk to me about it over
PMver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and E&IDAL1IERS
Fine Caskets and Cnrial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
F uneral Director
Ah V.'ork Done by Licensed Embal
oers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. 3U1VER 164
C. V. ROBERTS 305
(Tndr'takinr Ofhrt 5
CARPENTER AM bMLDER
Careful E3timater 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 the City.
OCALa EVLS'lXG STAR SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1515
KOOAi AND BATH
RXnSvBt&r 75c to $1.50 NO HIGHER
Dining Room with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the House
F.LECTJ1IC ELEVATOIl SERVICE PHONES IX ALL ItOOMS
LOUIS N. LONG, Prop.
The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND BATH
ElVJIOESY' J- CLOSE
SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTSMAN
Land Surveying, Leveling, Drainage, Maps, Plats, Profiles
All kinds of Tracings or Draughting
FLORIDA TITLE ABSTRACT CORPORATION
lite Star liie
Iraisfer I Storage Co.
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling,
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
The Management o! 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
HOURSi 9 A.M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333
With electric starter and lights $750
These prices are f o b 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
Agent for MARION COUNTY,
FOR A DOLLAR
FOR A DOLLAR
eUiperior to Plaster
or Ceiliug in
Quality or Price
Five Passenger Touring Car
Buildings: D. E. Mclver.
Executive: Z. C. Chambliss, Chair Chairman;
man; Chairman; D. E. Mclver, Baxter Cam.
i Finance: Baxter Carn, chairman;
iL. K. Edwards.
Live Stock Exhibits: L. K. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, chairman; E. C. Beuchler, O.
M. Gale, II. H. Whitworth, John
Mathews, J. R. Williams, Dr. S. H.
Blitch, S. T. Sistrunk.
Agricultural Exhibits: Baxter
Carn, chairman; S. J. McCully, J. W.
Davis B. R. Blitch, J. W. Luff man
W. M. Gist, Chas. B. Howell, J. T.
Eawls, Geo. H. Dyke, M. M. Proctor,
Jno. R. Rogers, J. B. Martin, J. W.
Steven 3, W. J. Crosby.
Machinery and Implements: Bruce
Meffert, chairman; W. A. Knight, C.
Minerals and Woods: Clarence
Meffert, chairman; F. B. Beckham.
Publicity: Frank Harris, chairman;
R. R. Carroll, J. D. Rooney.
Amusements: J. M. Meffert, chair chairman;
man; chairman; A. C. Cobb, the secretary secretary-Domestic
Domestic 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 Shock-ley.
ley. Shock-ley. 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.
Horticultural Department: Chas. F.
Agricultural Department: Travis
Live Stock: C. G. Frazier.
Poultry Department: E. C. Ben Bennett.
nett. Bennett. Domestic Department: Mrs. J. R.
Domestic Department (Negro):
Powers, and assistants.
Of Races: Charles Goddard.
WILL EXCHANGE AUTO
FOR A VACANT LOT
. A two-passenger, four-cylinder car,
in first class condition, fully equip equipped;
ped; equipped; new tires all around. Will ex exchange
change exchange for good vacant city lots, dh-tf
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, M. "D., Pnysldan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Now
and Throat. Law Library Building,
SHEET MUSIC! If its published,
we have it or can get for you. LAT LAT-TNER'S
TNER'S LAT-TNER'S Piano Store. 4-21-tf.
and lights $725
CHIC PARISIAN FROCK.
Elaborate Afternoon Gown
From Across the Waters.
7 s ':
BIAUTIFUI IKPOBTKD QA.BMEST.
la spite of the war Paris finds time
to make wonderful frocks for the
American Importers, though Dame Ru Rumor
mor Rumor saya ber women are not wearing
many gorgeous frockV during this ter terrible
rible terrible war. However, "here Is a sample
of the handiwork of oae great Parisian
couturier wbo design; frocks even in
Wavy goldenrod satin is draped In
this Instance with silk net which nas
an elaborate braiding of tan soutache.
A girdle of the satin shows beneath
the bolero bodice, which is also made
of net and braided. Smart boots or
.two shades of tan leather are worn
with this dress, and a parasol In blue
and tan is carried. A hat of blue is
trimmed with daisies completing this
New Methods Used In the Household
Learned From Professionals.
Window washing is one of the tasks
dreaded by many women, especially
the outside of the windows, which are
hard to reach. Notice the men who
make a profession of window wash washing,
ing, washing, who wash the windows of large
stores, and see that they have devel developed
oped developed several excellent washers, chief
of them being the type which utilizes
the so called rubber "squeegee" for
drying the panes of glass.
This consists of a galvanized contain container
er container of triangular box shape which will
hold over a quart of water. At one
edge of this box is fitted a pad of ab absorbent
sorbent absorbent felt At another edge is a rub rubber
ber rubber squeegee. The whole is equipped
with a short metal handle. Into which
a long wooden handle is to be fitted.
When in use the container is filled with
water, to which are added a few drops
of ammonia or alcchoL The pad is
then allowed to soak and the whole
device moved vertically up and down
the window. When the window has
been so washed the other edge of the
device la turned toward the glass and
the rubber squeegee used, which prac practically
tically practically dries the panes of glass. This
la the first device of the kind which
adapts the commercial washer to the
Another kind of washer with points
of advantage is a tonglike device fitted
with bunches of chamois at each end.
These are dampened and the tong fit fitted
ted fitted over the window casing so that one
chamois operates on the outside, the
other on the inside pane. This is par
ticnlariy good in the upper stories,
where it is dangerous to sit outside or
Impossible to reach the windows by
any handled deTice. In cold weather
either alcohol or kerosene will prevent
water freezing as it is used on the win windows.
dows. windows. t GUEST ROOM FANCY.
While the careful hostess will not
overload her guest room with a horde
of useless trifles that will not fit any
other place in the bouse, she will ap appreciate
preciate appreciate this latest novelty in a dainty
guest room accessory and may hang it
with a free conscience on the dressing
table for her next feminine visitor. It
is a light tinted chiffon bag. a shapeless
affair gathered on to a ribbon covered
embroidery hoop. In it are piled per perhaps
haps perhaps a dozen individual powder puffs
of softest cotton. Each .bit of fluffl fluffl-ness
ness fluffl-ness is tied with a piece of narrow rib
bon of the color chosen for the bag.
and a Jaunty bow offers a comfortable
way of holding the diminutive puff
when In operation. The real practical
value of such a dainty bag lies, of
course. In the fact that a guest return returning
ing returning from various pleasure Jaunts more
or less soiled a to face and fatigued
as to body will relish a clean bit or
cotton for applying the refreshing bit
of alcohol, powder or rouge.
LAKE WEIR YACIIT CLUB
Eastlake, Fla., April 12, 1915.
The Saturday night dances at the
club house will be continued until fur further
ther further notice. It has been decided to
meet at the club house every Saturday
at 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,
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
FOR THE YEAR 1915
D. W. Tompkins, J. J.. Ceng, M. J.
Geo. A. Nash. W. A. Knight, II. A.
M. J. Roess, D. W. Tompkins, Geo.
John Moore, M. J. Roess. J. C.
J. J. Gerig, H. A. Fausett, W. A
W. AT Knight, Geo. A. NasJi, J. C
J. C Smith, J. M. Meffert, J. J.
IL A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash, D. W.
John Moore, II. A. Fausett, J. C
Light and Water
J. M. Meffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.
Cruelty a Trying Fault.
One of the most trying faults to com combat
bat combat in nervous children is cruelty. For
tunately it Is not a common one The
difficulties of Its early eradication are
made possible by the many examples
that the child sees of what Is appar apparently
ently apparently deliberate cruelty carried uu by
adults. He cannot nee why It Is.not
wrong to trap and kill mice. lo kill
fowl, to use worms as bait or to ottcb
flies, lie Justifies his own act by
those of others. This Is what makes
the problem a particularly tvrd one to
solve, and It requires the most patient
handling to set the child right SJugle
acts of cruelty in the child need not be
a cause for alarm, but persistency In
such acts or their occurrence in later
childhood should attract attention to
both moral and physical needs.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Buy your drugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the best always. 4-27-tf
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
with more than one registered phar pharmacist.
macist. pharmacist. 4-27-tf
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds cf sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STArr
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S
meets at Yange'a hs.ll the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of eacb
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb. W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, TJ. P. O. F.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth TJuesday even evenings
ings evenings In each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofflce, east side.
Darld S. Willi vms, E. R.
L. W. Harley. Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 6a. L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia etreet, near postofEloo.
R. S. Rogers, Dictator.
TuUla 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. CoJbert. Secretary.
KMGIIT8 OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. m at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting1
iting1 visiting1 brothers.
Ctas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
Cn AFTER NO. IS, R, A. 31.
Regular convocatlonji of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. IL S. Wesson, IL P.
Jake R'oro, Secretary.
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 23
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Sarah C Blitch, M. E. C
Kate B. Howell, M. R. and M. C
)LRIOX-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge rso. x, Jl
A. M.. meets on the first and third
Thursday evening of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
CONCORDIA LODGE F. D. OP A.
Concordia Loage. Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's. Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary. Ad.
Charles Goddard. C. C
WOODMEa OF TOE WORLD
'Fon King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hallfi at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Vlsltlnr
sovereigns are always welcome.
. J. W. Lamar, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk,
Notice i hereby inven that on th
7th day of June, 191a, the undt-rslimeJ
will apply to the Honorab I'irk
Trammel, povtv-nm- of 1 h tate of
Florida, at hi ofttr-. In TiLlIahate.
for a charter tor r .;.cri.tratlon. not
for profit to be ..ivn aa the Iake
Wij- Citrus (rro .t-r- AsciatMn. ujon
ths following arilvl" cf lneurporatioa.
WAL.TF.lt It. LKR
K. If. CAMP.
ARTICLE OF I.VCORIORATION OF
Till; LAKK WKIK ClTHlS CltOW-
Know all tnen by hfe presents, that
we. the undersigned titrua grower of
the state of Florida, have thi day as as-suciajed
suciajed as-suciajed ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of forming: a horticultural cor corporation,
poration, corporation, under the law of the state
of Florida, as a non-profit association.
upon the following; articles of incor-
Article 1. The name of this corpora corporation
tion corporation is the Lake Weir Citrus Grower
Art 2. There shall be no capital
estoclc of said corporation. tut the same
is organized as a horticultural associa association,
tion, association, not for profit, under the laws of
the state of Florida, and the purpoef
for which It 4s organized are. to pro pro-Tide
Tide pro-Tide a means or agency through Itself
or other cooperative associations, foj
the picking, packing and marketing of
citrus fruits and other agricultural
products of Its members, and to pro provide
vide provide an agency throug-h Itself or othe-
for the purpose of dealing In all kind?
of merchandise, supplies or appliance
that may be necessary, useful, or con convenient
venient convenient to Its members in the cultiva cultivation,
tion, cultivation, production and shipping and mar marketing
keting marketing of their products, and for uch
purposes may buy. own. sell and
deal in all kinds of Teal and per personal
sonal personal property. and shall have
the power to borrow money and mort mortgage
gage mortgage Its property to secure the pay payment
ment payment of same.
Art 3. .The principal place of busi business
ness business of eald association is to be in
Eastlake. in the county of -Marion
state of Florida. The annual meetings
of the membfrs of this association
shall be held at said place on the first
Tuesday in May of each and every
year, at -which place Its directors shall
Art. 4. The term for which thla cor corporation
poration corporation shall exist is fifty years from
the date of the issuance of lis letter?
Art. 5. That eny person who Is a
bona fide citrus fruit grower in the
state of Florida may become a nwmbr
of this association, upon being elected
to membership by the board of direct directors.
ors. directors. Art. 6. That the voting power and
the property interests of each and ev every
ery every member of this association shall be
Art.- 7. The business and affairs of
this corporation hail be transacted by
a board of directors and a president
and .vice-president: said president and
vice-president shall al-o be the presi president
dent president and vice-president of said board
of directors, and each of them shall at
the time of filling said office be a mem member
ber member of this association and a director
in the same; and this association s'isl!
also have a secretary and treasurer,
both of which offices may be filled by
on and the same person. The nThff
of directors of this association Khali h
three: but the said association, without
amendment of its charter, may t any
time, by a two-thirds vote of Its direct directors,
ors, directors, increase its directorate, and may
at any time after so increa-lng t h
same, by a slmllar.vote of Its board of
directors, decrease Its directorate as
said directors shall see fit: but at no
time shall the number of said directors
be increased to a greater number than
nine, nor decreased to a less number
That -the names and residences of
the officers and directors of this asso association
ciation association -who are to conduct the b-ulnes
until their successors are elected and
"Walter R. Lee. president. Eastlake, Fla.
E. H. Camp. Vlce-Pres., Oklawaha, Fla.
Maynard Pray, S5ee-Trea.
3 tl &)C sF1A
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each of
said, incorporators and mombers of
this association has hereunto affixed
his hand and seal, on this, the 28th day
of April. 1915.
WALTER R. LEE.
E. II. CAMP. tSeal).
MAYNARD PRAY. Sal.
STATK OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
Before me. the underpinned author authority,
ity, authority, personally appeared Walter R. I-ee.
E. H. Camp and Maynard Pry. who
belns duly sworn, each hy himself,
says that -he subscribed hi nvne to
the above proposed charter of the
Lake Weir Citrus Grower Association,
for he uses" and purposes therein men mentioned.
tioned. mentioned. WALTER R. LKFL
K. II. CAMP.'
Subscribed ani sn-orn to before me.
this 28th day of April. 1915.
(Seal) 'A. C. CHAMRI IS?.
My coroir 'a:icn expire June 12. 1916.
Notice Is h-reby srlven that on the
7th day tf June. 191i. the undersigned
will apply to the Honorable Park
Tnunmrll. gDTMnnr of the state of
Florida, at his office In Tallahassee,
for a charter for an incorporation, not
for profit, to be known as the Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh Citrus Growers Association, upon
the following articles of 1 ncorro ration.
8. II. lITSKILL
W. M. GIST.
W. R. BROWN.
ARTICLFiS OF INCORPORATION OF
THE McINTOSH CITRUS GROW GROWERS
ERS GROWERS ASSOCIATION
Know all men by the-e presents, that
we. the- underslsmed citrus srowers of
the state of Florida, have thid day as associated
sociated associated ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of forming: a horticultural cor corporation,
poration, corporation, under the laws of the state
of Florida, an a non-profit association,
upon the following articles of Incor Incorporation,
poration, Incorporation, to-wit:
Article 1. The name of this corpora corporation
tion corporation Is the Mcintosh Citrus Grower:
Art 2. There shall be no capital
tock of said corporation, but the same
la organized as a horticultural associa association,
tion, association, not for profit, under the laws of
the state of Florida, and the purposes
for which it Is organized are. to pro provide
vide provide a means or agency through Itself
or other cooperative associations, foi
the p4cklxg. packing and marketing
citrus fruits and other, agricultural
products of its members, and to pro provide
vide provide an agency through Itself or others,
for the purpose of dealing In all kind
of merchandise, supplies or appliance!
that may be necessary, useful, or con convenient
venient convenient to its members in the cultiva cultivation,
tion, cultivation, production and shipping and .mar .marketing
keting .marketing of their products, and for such
purposes may buy, own. sell and
deal in all kinds of real and per personal
sonal personal property. and shall have
the power to borrow money and mort mortgage
gage mortgage Its property to secure the pay payment
ment payment of eame.
Art 3. The principal place of busi business
ness business of said association is to be in
Mcintosh, in the oounty of Marion,
state of Florida. The annual meeinf!
of the members f this association
xhall be iield at said place on the flrsrt
Tuesday In May of each and every
year, at -which place its directors shall
Art. 4. The term for which this cor corporation
poration corporation shall exist 4s fifty years from
he date of the issuance of Its letters
Art. 6. That any person who Is f
bona fide citrus fruit grower In the
state of Florida may become a member
of this association, upon being elected
to membership by the board of direct directors.
ors. directors. -'Art, That the voting power and
the property Interest of each on J ev every
ery every member of this association shall be
Art. 7. The business and affairs of
this corporation shall be transacted by
a board of directors anxl a ires1dent
ami -rice-preeident: said irestdent and
vice-president shall also be th- -resident
and vice-president of said board
of directors, and ear of them shall at
the trme of filling said office be a mem mem-tr
tr mem-tr of "this association and a director
in the same; and this association shall
also jhave a secretary and treasurer,
both of which offices may te filled by
one and the amepenron. The number
of directors of this asscK-latlon shall be
three; but the said asapciatlon. without
amendment of Its charter." may at any
time, by a two-thirds vote of its direct directors.
ors. directors. Increase its directorate, and may.
at any time after so ihcrealn th
same, by a similar vote of Us board of
directors, decrease Its directorate as
said directors shall see fit: but nt no
time shall the number of said directors
be Increased to a greater number than
nine. rr decrea-.l to a
mat -the nanj- ?
lotion who ar la :., t
i. mil their w r- r-
iu .i lifted are:
Names j.,.. j,.,. rH
S. II. Galtskiil. pr-M !.-! ', i, Irit -.. ru
W. M. Gst. VW-JVes., !,-1 j, t u. Kit
. R. Hrown. Sec.-Tr- . ; ir.t 1'u
IN WITNli&s Win::; jxi i, .i ,,f
m'l Incorporator r... .-!- .f
this association ias .t-rr n.: tf ixe.i
his Isand and seal, on if.;.-, n... j t
of April. 1915. '"
S. II. GAITSICU.U -ViI,
W. M. GIST. tSeal.
,.. -Mclr.Jov',. FloriJa.
W. R. BROUN, .-v.il,,
Mclntof a. i iorida.
STATE OF FLORIDA,"
COl-NTY OF MARION.
Before me. the un dersigne-.l author authority,
ity, authority, personally appeared js. ii. Gaits Gaits-kill.
kill. Gaits-kill. W. M. Gist and W. R. r.-..rri. whu
being duly sworn, each by himself,
says that t:e subscribed his name to
the above proposed charter of the
Mcintosh Citrus Growers Association,
for the used and purpo,s therein men mentioned.
tioned. mentioned. S. II. G IT -ICII.L.
W. M. GIST.
W. R. BROWN.
Subscribed and sworn to before ro
this 28th day of April. 1915.
ti-kal) Z. C ClIAMBLISS.
My comjsriss'on expires June 12. 1S1C.
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Ft ft a Jatflrtal Circuit .f the State
f Florida, la sad tor Marion ('
t -la Chancery.
John IL Taylor and John IL 1 nylor,
Doing Business as Ocala Ma.iuTac--Lirlng
Company, Compla'.int, rs.
Peter Bojrardus. et al., Defen Jaa.ts.
Suit to Quiet Tlt?c.
It rrprlng from the affidavit an-V
the .forn bill of the complainant In
the above styled cause that he "believes
that there are persons interested In the
property involved la such suit other
than the known defendants, whose
names are unkr.o-.vn to him, an 1 the
said complainant therein praying for
relief against such unknown 1rft-nd-iuiu.
it Is therefore ordered that all
parties claiming an Interest" In the fol following
lowing following described proper. v. situate in
Marie :i county. Florid a, i-Ait:
of neV of neVi iec 22, tp 16 s,
r 23 e:
Com nt r-.v cori.r o.' ne'4 of nwi
of -. r 2i e, eaei 5 0 ft, s
- i- it. 312 ft. w Mil ft. n
.ojii SOS ft of Tin corr'-r of nei
of nw', of !c 2i tn 16 s r 2 J e, 1005
ft. h iJJ ft. w Ivjj tt. a 42S ft to p o b;
Se, of se'.4. sec 24 tp 16. s r2i e;
MS of e,. iff ii, tp 1 r ti e;
Ne'i. -. ip 17 s. r i e:
SVi of seli of swli, sec 2, tp 17 s.
s-U. eec 22. tp 1 r 2t e;
: sw'4 of -' SfC 22. tt
16 s. r 21 e;
S w t of seJi o-t of rivr, 23.
tp IS s, r 21 e;
Sw1. of nw'(. i" 1S s, r 21 e;
"w, sec 26, tplSs, r2le;
Ne'4. sec 29. tp 1G s. r 24 e;
Co'm b.&z ens m of corn-r of swt;
of re1, of sec 31. tp 16 r 24 e, w 2v
u'is. 7 St ch, e 20 chs. n 7.S7 ls;
of w,.ec 34. tp 16 s. r 24 e;
Svr4 of nU of aw1,, sec 24. tp 16 s.
r 24 e;
Nwii of sU. sec 3-3, tp 16 s r II e;
NwV of sw sec 13, tp 17 s. r 24 e;
Com at n- corntr of, 6i of nw i of
to 14. tp 17 f, r 24 e, s 120 ro w 0
ro-ls. s 10 rods, w 32 rods, s l.' roi.
w 22.88 rod. n 51.68 roJ. e 54. Ss rol.
u 1& roil.-, e ?JH rn.l. n 25 roi?, e 1
ronla. n 28 ticgrees, e iti.7i rods, e 13 3-8
rods to p o b;
Com at se corner of ne'i of ssr'.i of
sec 14. tp 17 s, r 24 e. w 40 chs. n 20
chs. e 6.28 chs. s 12. S2 chs, e &.7 chs.
n 42 links, e 8 chs, n 2. SO chs, e 20 c..s.
s 10 chs to p o b;
'om 13 3-8 rods e of mv corner of
se. of nw', of sec 14, tp 17 s. r 24 e.
southeasterly to center of re li of tiw,,
northeasterly, to pt 13 3-8 rod w of
northeast corner of se1, of nw1.. w
S3 1-8 rods to p o b;
Ne1 of nw1;, sec 14. tp 17 m r 24 e;
Nw!i -of ne1;. sc 14. tp 17 r 24 e:
WtJ of cw4 of awV of ne1. nec 14.
tp 17 r 21 e;
Se of reU: H of iw1; of nc-U, sec
14. tp 17 r 24 e;
Sw'i of w, sec 14, Ip 17 s, r 24 e:
W of nw1, se". 14, tp 17 e. r 24 e:
Ne'i of ne1-,. sec 14, tp 17 r 21 e:
Nw of nwU. sec 28. tp 17 r 25 e:
Sel of neV. sec p IT r :i ;
are required to appear to t'- 1111 cf
complaint filed against them on or be before
fore before the
71b Day of J use, A. II. 101'
the same being a rule day; that thl
order shall be publisbeJ once to.cn week
for twelve consecutive Weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub--lithei
in the county of Marlon, state of
WITNESS the Honorahle W. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Jude of the said co;rt sn l I". II.
Nuzent. clerk, and the -iI t';erof. at
O'ala. Marlon county. Florida, this the
13ih day of March. A. D. I'M'.
Ct. Ct. i-eai P. U. Ni:31NT.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marlon County.
Florida By M. E. Go-Uar !, D C.
L. W. DITVAL 3-13-sat
Solicitor for Complainant.
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Jndlelsl ftrealt of Florida,
Marlea CosstyIa Chsarery.
To Peter Bngardu. JacibC. GotMe, A.
J. Sutton. Addie R, i;u I.:. Ed. N.
DUkersor Trustee. Mattie Grundy,
Bssio Alli-n. G' orsre 11. Finch.
J im' MeIn:os!i. W. L Clark, Geo.
W. Andrews. Rhoda New:. a:., John
A. Graham. R. U. Peudarvis, V.. A.
V.IBard, C. W. Wlllard. EI war J
-Elder, George C. IngTa.m. Edward
Root. Mattle II Wright, Barton
VS'tst Henry West, W. IL Roberts.
Jane E. West. Laura J. Hoieomb.
Kate" Henderson. John rr Flsk.
Charles L Harrey. Annfe i5In?pon.
Nelaon S. Rogers, George W. I'.og-
ers, W. G. AIbr.. .Emily Allen.
Henry L Newcan. Gerrla W.
Slleff. F. Q- Bio r. Trustee.
It appearing- from an affilavit filed In
this cojrt thlf day in a suit commmc commmc-ed
ed commmc-ed by John li. Taylor and John IL Tar Tar-lr
lr Tar-lr doin,? busines as Ocala Manufac Manufacturing
turing Manufacturing Company against you and
others, that your rc-spective places o
residence are unknown to complainant,
the affiant: that you and each of you
are ov-r the age of t wenty-or.e years:
and thtt there Is no person in t.ie
state of Florida service of subpoena
upon whom would bind you or either
of you. '.
Now. therefore, you and each or you
are commanded to appear before t..ls
honorable court on
Moadsy,. Hay 17t, A. D. 1S1
to answer to a bill of complaint -hibited
aifalnst you -In the saM ;;-trt
by John II. Taylor and John H. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor doing business ss Ocali Manufac Manufacturing:
turing: Manufacturing: Company, and to do further and
recelr what the said court ana.il have
c-cnsldered in that behalf. otherwise
the complainant will proceed ex parte.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order shall be published onc a
week for etsjr.t consecutive weeks in
the Ocala Evening tar a newspaper
published In said county ar i stf.e.
WITNESS the Honorable W. i$ Bul Bul-lock.
lock. Bul-lock. judge of said court and P. IL
Nugent, clerk, and the eal thereof, at
Ocala. Marion county. Florida, this the
13th day of March, A. D. 131T,.
CClerk s S-al P. IL NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court Marlon County,
Florida. By M. E. Goidard. I. C.
L. W. DUVAL. 3-13-at
Solicitor for Carnpl.iina.nt.
Notcc is hereby piven that the rt --ualr
ualr --ualr teachers' examination nill l e
held in Ocala beginning on Tue Jay,
June 8, 1915. The regular fee of.fl
will be charged at the becin? ir.r f
the work and applicants -will pro hie
themselves with cap parer ar;' vr:t"
ing material., Very re-pctfulhf
5-7-51rsat J. IL Drin c rA.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1913
r ' i : : :
V 1 : -r, : ;I
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
IG VALUES FOR'LlTflE'iPWE
(If you have any item3 for thi3 department, call 'phone 106)
i r r.
: ; i. e
' If: 1 WV.OXG GIRL"
Vit.-rxifh Co;nedy, featuring' Wally Van (Cutie)
"THi: FURNACE MAN"
Lubin Comedy, featuring Ethel Clayton.
Admission, from 3:30 to 10:30, 5 and 10 cents.
Hemp and Milan Shapes
Regular $2 and $3 values, on Dollar Day for only
i : M
OFF TRIMMED HATS
Already Marked Down
Fine Lot of
$2.50 to $5 values,
AFFLECK MILLINERY PARLOR
IT "PRESERVES YOUR HOUSE AND" BARN TO
PAINT THEM. THAT PAYS.
IT MAKES THE HOUSE LOOK BETRER; IT WILL
MAKE YOU FEEL BETTER. BRIGHTENS UP THINGS.
OUR PAINTS LAST.
MARION" HARDWARE COMPANY
PHONE 118, - OCALA, FLA.
X "We Treat Your
Will last longer and look better if you send them to us be
laundered by our'up-to-date methods. Our special machinery for
this class of work gives the best work that is obtainable with
the least possible wear. If we are not now calling for your laun-
dry just call PHONE 21 and let us
work superior to OHrs.
mperial Steam Laundry
Put Your Ad. in the Star,
I y x g x il
on Dollar Day for only
Laundry White" ?
prove to you that there is no
Thought for the Day
There are four thing3 that come not
back the spoken word, the sped ar arrow,
row, arrow, the past life, and the neglected
U. D. C. Meeting
At the home of Mrs. D. M. Smith j
th? May business meeting of Dick-:
ison chapter, U. D. C, was held Fri-
t'av afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs.
D. E. Mclver, the president, was in j recital Givtn at Brenau by Miss
the chair. j Pyles
Minutes of Jast meeting were read j
and approved, after which the treas- A lecital that will take preceder.ee
urer's report, showing a general among a list of many at Brenau Oil Oil-fund
fund Oil-fund of $18.97 and a memorial fund lege, is that given recently by Miss
of $5CC-05 was read. t Katharine Pyles. The merit of the
Mrs. James Engesser of theyisit- young vocalist was evidenced in the
ing committee reported several calls j true praise received by her from each
made and flowers sent to a number of faculty member, and her popularity
sick people. Mrs. W. W. Hamss and
Mrs. Emily Green were appointed a
visiting committee for next month.
Mrs. Theo Perry was elected a j
member of the chapter. j
The corresponding secretary was i
instructed to send notes of condolence
to Mrs. A. Y. Strunk and Mrs. W. C.
Cooper of Arcadia.
On account of many of the veterans
attending the reunion in Richmond,
the chapter decided not to give its an
nual dinner on Jefferson Davis' birth
day, June 3rd, but to defer it, proba-j
bly until October, giving it when the j
local camp will have as its guests
the veterans of the state.
Mrs. C. Carmichael reported that
out of the 500 promised cook books
only 475 had been-received. The books
were distributed among the members
to be sold, and to further dispose of
them a sale will be held at the Tem Temple
ple Temple theater.
Reports of the annual U. D. C.
convention held in Leesburg May 4-7,
were given by the delegates attend attending,
ing, attending, Mrs. Mclver, Mrs. C. Carmichael,
Mrs. J. C. Caldwell and Miss Annie
There being no further business,
the chapter adjourned to meet in
June with Mrs. W. W. Harriss. Mrs.
Smith served strawberry ice cream
Essay of Champion Club Girl
The following is quoted from the
essay written Jby Miss Pettie De De-Shong
Shong De-Shong of Hillsborough county, the
champion canning club girl for 1914,
submitted to the public in one of the
bulletins, published by the state
school for women at Tallahassee:
"It is my intention to stay on a
farm because farm life is the most
independent life any one can lead. Be Besides,
sides, Besides, every girl and boy should
know a great deal about the soil,
plants and nature. This is why I
joined the club.
"Another reason I joined the club
is that it gave me a way of making
my own money at home, and in the
club I may get the education and
viewpoint necessary for the ideal
"On July 11th, my 1-10 acre was
cleared and broken up. 50 cent's
worth of turnip seed were planted.
They were ready for sale in six
weeks. With very little work I sold
$17 worth in the market. My ex
penses were $4.30, including time and
fertilizer; profit $12.70. I then rais
ed a crop of hay. After being cut and
dried, it weighed 125 pounds."
Pettie reports that, besides her
club work, 100 glasses of jelly and 70
bottles of catsup had been put up for
"One way the club work has help-!
ed me, is that I've learned more about
the soil, plants, and nature. Another
way, I .made my own money at home.
I'm now at college in Tallahassee. If
the club had not reached home I
would not have had this opportunity.
I won a short course scholarship in
Tallahassee, two years ago. Ever
since I have been planning to come
back, so now I am here enjoying col college
lege college life."
Miss Helen Cochrane of Palatka,
who was a Yuletide guest of Misses
Pyles, has been elected vice president
of the student body of Brenau.
Miss Josephine Williams left this
afternoon for Bartow to visit her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. H. P. Newman for several
weeks, later going to a summer resort
accompanied by her sister and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Murray and
daughter are now domiciled for a
year in the C. L. Gamsby house on
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Irvine of Or Orange
ange Orange Lake, will be numbered among
the well known Marion county resi residents
dents residents who will attend the reunion of
Confederate Veterans in Richmond
next month. Before returning home
Mr. and Mrs. Irvine will visit several
points of interest, including Wash Washington.
This afternoon Miss Eugenia Ful Fuller
ler Fuller pleasantly entertained the young
ladies' auction club at its weekly
meeting, her guests numbering
twelve, included only club members.
Scores were kept on attractive tallies
and to the holder of top score, when
totals were counted, a prettily em embroidered
broidered embroidered guest towel was presented.
An ice course was served at the con-
elusion of the several progressions
and refreshing punch was enjoved
during the afternoon. Spending the
afternoon with the lovely hostess
were Misses Bettie Mclver, Ilester
Dewey, Adele Bittinger, Marie von
Engelken, Alice Bullock, Minaie
Stovall, Hope Robinson, Mary B ar-
ford, Mrs. Gay Livingston, Mrs. I. F.
Bennett, Mrs. J. II. Walter :nd Mrs.
by tne many oeauuiui nowers, me.
latter including a gorgeous bouquet
of roses from her fraternity. Alpha
Gamma Delta. The composure and
gracefulness of Miss Pyles on the
stage, along with her splendid nun-
ciation and interpretation were char
acteristics that mark the recital r.s
being by far one of the best in tie
history of the college. Her program
was intensely interesting, the several
groups of well selected scngs beins
beautifully rendered. (
Miss Pyles was accompanied on the.
Pano by Mr. Stewart, wno wun ner
instructor, Mr. Bonawitz, was heard
in this city in recital last winter.
Miss Neel Boyce, a fraternity sister,
assisted Miss Pyles and usherin.j
were Misses Lois Dame, Leslie
Weathers and Elizabeth Shepard.
After the recital Misses Mildred
Pyles and Lois Dame entertained at
an informal tea, honoring the talent talented
ed talented young musician.
For her recital Miss Pyles looked
particularly lovely in all white, wear wearing
ing wearing crepe meteor, prettily fashioned.
The only touch of color was tho
sweet pea corsage bouquet worn.
Miss Catharine Scott of Columbia,
Tenn., who has been a member of the
high school faculty, will not return to
Ocala next winter, but instead will
enter Peabody College, Nashville.
The county school board has recom recommended
mended recommended the .appointment of Miss
Miriam Pasteur to fill' Miss Scott's
Miss Clarice Watkins of .Micanopy
is the fortnight guest of Miss Gladys
Miss Blanche Mlzelle is the week weekend
end weekend guest of friends at Lake Weir.
Miss Doris Murry, who is enjoying
a fortnight stay at Lake Weir with
her aunt, Mr?. G. K. Williams, spent
today in town.
Little Miss Jeanette Culverhouse
is ill at the home of her mother, Mrs.
B. D. Blackburn.
Mr. Mai II. Hcv.frhton, an Ocala
boy who is doing well in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is now occupying, with his wife
and daughter Lucy Elliot, an at attractive
tractive attractive new home on Herschill
street, Riverside, in that city.
. (Concluded on Sixth Page)
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping;
keeping; housekeeping; table board near by if de desired.
sired. desired. Mrs. R. L. Martin, Lake
Weir. 10-Ct .
FOR RENT Tnree unfurnished
rooms two blocks from courthobse;
lights and water furnished; bath
connected; rates reasonable. ; Call
phone 509. 4-tf
LOST Somewhere near Court Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy or M. & C. bank, a silk um umbrella,
brella, umbrella, curved handle, gold tipped.
Two dollars to any one returning
to Star office. 6-8-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; with
modern conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three blocks from court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nlcel
furnished moms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ROOMS & BOARD Four large front
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-1 mo.
FOR SALE 23,000 sweet potato
slips at $1.50 per thousand. C. Y.
Miller, Ocala, Fla., 104 Tenth
FOR RENT Ten room furnished
. house on Lake Weir; fine beach for
fishing, bathing and boating; on
hard road. Inquire of Mrs. Nold
at Dormitory. 10-3t
FOR RENT Three two-story, six
room houses, modern conveniences,
located 803 S. Second street, pos
session May 15th; 512 S. Eighth
street, possession May 15th; 714 S.
Opnp I EVl During this sale and buy lots because you will ct if
liyyiSi UaI Good Fresh stylish Goods and you will save dollars. fJ
Remember when we lower our prices we do not Iower our quality. 'We men J
tion only a few items in this space but you will find Gildrc on j
display at this store on
35 Ladies' Sheer H. S. Hand Handkerchiefs,
kerchiefs, Handkerchiefs, worth $1.75 for
25 Men's White Sheer Hand Handkerchiefs,
kerchiefs, Handkerchiefs, worth $2 for
All Laces and
We have left over from last season
a few Ladies' WASH DRESSES and
WOOL SKIRTS, which we will
out on this day for only
They are worth from $3.50 to
In order to introduce our
The Ocala National Ba'sik,
When you deal with this bank you can rest assured that it is always ready
to help you in doing that which is best for the growth and advarfcenicilt of
your interests along legitimate lines.
The Qca!a National.
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK of
Third street, possession June 1st.
Stephen Jewett. 14-2t
FOR SALE A rubber tired surry in
perfect condition, good as new. E.
M. Howard, Ocala, Fla. 14-12t
WANTED Work, by a young wom
an, able to nil position as cook or
chambermaid. Applicant is deaf and
dumb, but is quick 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
LOST A small painted porcelain
brooch, on Ft. King avenue between
Mrs. Moore's and A. C. L. railroad.
Finder will be suitably rewarded
by leaving at Star office. 15-lt
5 0 c er und
We have the best 50c pound
box Chocolates ever offered
in Ocala. "Each one-pound
box contains from fifteen to
eighteen varieties, including
Nugatines, Cherries, Straw Strawberries,
berries, Strawberries, Ginger, Raisins, Co Cocoa
coa Cocoa nuts, Butter Toffee and
" Fresh shipment just receiv-
WILBUR W. C.SWITH
Funeral Director and
t. C Jordan & Co.
219 WEST BROADWAY
' on ;
BAY, rJAY 17, 10-1
One lot of Men's Shirts
worth $i.oo, for.
One Lot Summer Un Underwear
derwear Underwear for Men, vthe
regular 50c value for
One lot Figured LAWNS,
from lOe to 2Yc per yard, at
8c. per. yard
Great values in SHEETS, PILLOW
CASES, BLEACHED and
and TURKISH BATH TOWELS.
line of BOYS' PANTS one of the best
Ike CommemaT qb&
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.CO.
Stale, County end Qty Depository
We carry the best. of everythiniJ in tbelins cl
Fishing TacMe and Sporlfco QzzIj
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Our prices are reasonable.
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Nature and science combine to make it so. Every preeaatlea U tales ta
protect it from contamination while It goes throttrh the processes wLici re result
sult result in a cube of f listening goodness.
Full weight snd satisfactory serrire co with this good Urn cf acra. Lei C3
have your custom we deserve It.
.Ocala Ice & Facllsiini2J o
One Lot Ladies', Wahta,
worth from $1 to 1.50 for
One Lot Ladies'' Vclctc,
worth from $3 to C3.50" for
on BOIMIt DAY
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THREE LOTS 'tkX&L
sad TAN Uddh
at reduced prices tils
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lines on ths xaakeWwMta w j j
Heddon'o Dowalnie LUnsotvo
King Fisher Ho do
WHY PAY MORE ?
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OCALA ETENtKCi STAR, SATURDAY, MAY IS, 1915
I OCALA OCCURENCES I
For plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 i
- Ifs you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
. We have a large stock of old soap
which we are selling real cheap. All
good quality. Gerig's. 4-87-tf
Globe-Wernicke safes, filing and
card index cabinets at The Murray
Subscribe for your pet magazine at
The Murray Company. 13-3t
Fashions and war in magazines at
The Murray Company. 13-3t
""We are sole agents for VINOL, and
this is the time of the year to take it.
The Court Pharmacy. t
Thi3 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
May 2 93
May 3 89
May 10 83
May 12 78
May 13 82
May 14 86
Fair tonight and Sunday.
One Lot of odd RUGS
values up to $1.75,
f It! f TV i
I 1 H I m
x a 9
Good quality fine mesh
. Mosquito Net, com complete
plete complete for
' The' county judge this afternoon
issued -a marriage license to Mr.
Everette Burch Hart and Miss Mary
WILL PLAY WITH WALDO
The ball game next Thursday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon will be with Waldo.
At the Temple tonight will be
shown the Pathe News, with a Selig
drama and Vitagraph comic. For
Monday night there is a thrilling
five-reel feature, "The Pit."
4 Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
The circuit court adjourned yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon until Monday morning
at 8 o'clock.
The case of Peoples National Bank
vs. M. E. Robinson, was continued for
i"he court rendered a verdict for
of Rheinauer & Co. vs. C. A. Liddon.
The assumpsit case of Cromartie
vs. Tinker, was dismissed for want of
" High Point Furniture Co. vs. Mc McLaughlin
Laughlin McLaughlin & Tolar. Case settled out
'pt court by parties at issue.
, Friday the court was engaged all
jday on the case of W. O. Connors v
Mayo Turpentine Co. The court in instructed
structed instructed a verdict in favor of the
plaintiff, and the jury awarded dam damages
ages damages in the sum of $174.98. The
plaintiff was represented by Anderson
& Anderson, and the defendant by H.
Case of T. W. Brown vs. Atlantic
Cpast Line railroad,, settled by parties
at issue out of court.
- The following cases are set for
;' Sallie McKay vs. Walter Ray, as assumpsit.
sumpsit. assumpsit. Marion Hardware Co. vs. E. A.
OC. Stoops vs. W. J. Frink, dam damage.
age. damage. .III LI
" Breeding Minks for rr.
' A contribution to the growing In Industry
dustry Industry g fur farming has been under under-taken
taken under-taken by the U. S. Biological Survey
jjn the shape of experiments in breed breeding
ing breeding minks fT size, quality: of fur and
"4ispositi n. A mink farm has been
started near Pfichard, Idj 10, in the
tfcoeur d'Alene National f orest, and
Similar experiments are under way
" in-Xh e National Zoological Park ia
.Washington. D. C.
f tetter of the Law.
The-little stenographer had been
.typewriting so steadily all day that
. at bedtime her tired brain kepi?" 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?)" she
conscientiously began again. But, in
spite of her efforts, the prayer ended
'with "Capital Amen period and
a sleepy,' apologetic giggle
True and Tried Sports Bny Season
Following is the list of those who
up to date have bought tickets for the
season of 1915 from the Ocala base baseball
ball baseball association:
T. T. Munroe.
Chas. H. Lloyd.
H. W. Tucker.
Z. C. Chambliss.
L. R. Chazal & Sons Company.
B. F. Condon.
O. K. Grocery.
Ocala National Bank.
Dr. M. C. Izlar.
Moore & Company.
Mclver & MacKay.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
H. A. Waterman.
Munroe & Chambliss Natl. Bank.
Tydings- Drug Store.
Marion Hardware Company.
Florida Title & Abstract Company.
E. L. Stapp.
E. H. Martin.
Ocala Manufacturing Company.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Company.
M. R. Williams.
J. M. Meffert.
Chas. E. Davis.
George Rentz, two books.
A. C. Cobb.
D. W. Tompkins.
Knight & Lang.
G rover MeClure.
R. L. Anderson Jr.
G. D. Hogan Cd. :. .t -" :
Moses Grocery Co. --
E: A. Osborn. J
L. N. Green.
H. A. Davies.
J. D. Robertson.
Blank books and office supplies at
The Murray Company. 13-3t
Originally a Chinese Bird.
Pheasants, notwithstanding theix
aristocratic magnificence of appear
ance, readily interbreeu with humbler
lnds 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
tive species of pheasant, which pos
sessed no great beauty. The descend
ant of a male pheasant and a dome
tic hen is known at "Bero.
To Keep Stoppers From Sticking.
A very little glycerin smear4
around the glass stoppers of bottles
will keep them from sticking for a
HI 3 B.W r- i H f h
U ii ? U K i U A J
on M n m i re
ANor?S9a5TfUN,TfY t0Y VRY HIGHEST GRADE MERCflANDISE
thtrlf f J. k urrt sore at the Very Lowest Prices. Below we quote a few
ol the excepfaonal bargains that will prevail here on DOLLAR DAY.
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.
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
MAY 20th, 1915
8.30 to 10 o'clock
Showing all the beautiful new ideas in
FANCY STRIPED CREPE
An Ideal Cloth for making Cool
Summer Frocks. White Ground
Stripes of DLUE. LAVENDER.
PINK. BLACK and Tan.
Regular price 23c per yard. ON
DOLLAR DAY ONLY,
6 Yards for $1.00
Best Adapted for Dresses and
Waists, COLORS, WHITE AND FIG FIGURED
URED FIGURED FLOWERS OF GREEN,
BLUE and LAVENDER. ON DOL DOLLAR
LAR DOLLAR DAY,
4 Yards for $1.00
20 x 36 EXTRA HEAVY TURKISH TOW-
ELS, On Dollar Day. at IOC
22 x 40 EXTRA HEAVY TURKISH TOW- Ofl
ELS, On Dollar Day at UC
24x 42 EXTRA HEAVY TURKISH TOW- OP.
ELS, on Dollar Day at aOC
18x 36 HEAVY HUCK TOWELS, per
dozen, on Dollar Day J)AUU
18 x 36 ALL LINEN TOWELS, each 99
on Dollar Day Z4rfC
18 x 38 EXTRA HEAVY HUCK TOW- miU
ELS. on Dollar Day at l&'ZC
An odd lot of
and Tan Calf,
MEN S SHIR
Made from Woven Madras and Mer Mercerized
cerized Mercerized Cloths and French Percales.
'Plain Negligee. Soft Negligee, with soft
or stiff cuffs. A wide range of patterns.
Regular Price $1.50, Dollar Day,
Regular 35c Thread Silk
Socks, all colors,
4 Pair for $1.00
REATLY, SEDUCED PRICES
Fo? Dollar Day ONLY
. Our entire stock of Laces and Embroideries, con consisting
sisting consisting of ... 4
24 and 27 In. Shadow Lace Flouncing
24-In. Net with Venice Edges.
24-in. Nuinsook 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
45x 36 PLAIN HEM PILLOW CASES -I r ir iron
on iron Dollar Day at. l;2
45 x 36 EXTRA QUALITY PILLOW 1 Q
CASES, on Dollar Day for IOC
45 x 36 HEMSTITCHED PILLOW CASES HO
on Dollar Day at yjC
81 x 90 PLAIN HEM SHEETS on Dol- fiQ
lar Day for OJC
90 x 90 PLAIN HEM SHEETS, on Dol- 7Q
lar Day for JC
81 x 90 HEMSTITCHED SHEETS on Dol- QQ
lar Day at ;. .. OOC
90 x 90 HEMSTITCHED SHEETS, on Dol- QO
lar Day at
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
ONE LOT OF VAL. LACES IN EDGES AND INSERTIONS. GOOD
PATTERNS. VALUES UP TO 15c PER YARD, SPECIAL ON DOL--LAR
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 READ READINGS
INGS READINGS ALL WIDTHS FROM ?Q TQ 25C pR YARD
Best for light SuiU and Shir.ts and
they make up pretty dresses also.
A wide range of colors to choose
from. SPECIAL ON DOLLAR DAY
10 Yards for $1.00
The Fabric for shirring, which
popular now. All colors, Figured
10 Yards for $1.00
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Mrs. Burford Elected President of the
:- ; c Woman v ciub '"Ci
-. The decision at the annual meet meeting
ing meeting of the Woman's Club this after afternoon
noon afternoon to place at the helm of the or organization,
ganization, organization, which is conceded to be
one of the most active, if not the
most, in the city, Mrs. R. A. Burford
for the ensuing year, met with the
hearty approval of the entire club and
the result of the election will meet
with the sanction of the hundreds of
friends of the club throughout the
. The retiring president, Mrs. C. R.
Tydings, for two years has made a
most efficient executive head. Her
accuracy, her thoughtfulness, her un untiring
tiring untiring efTorts to always do for the
club the thing that would accomplish
the most good, have endeared her to
each member. Mrs. Tydings' tenure
of office has been a trying one, but
with the loyal support and aid of her
co-workers, difficulties have been sur surmounted,
mounted, surmounted, and with the newly elected
chief in the chair the advancement of
the club will proceed with the same
steady progress that it has shown in
Other officers elected this afternoon
were Mrs. W. K. Ze wad ski, first vice
president; Mrs. R. L. Anderson, sec second
ond second vice president; Miss Annie At Atkinson,
kinson, Atkinson, recording secretary; Mrs. E.
T. Helvenston, corresponding secre secretary;
tary; secretary; Mrs. Jake Brown, auditor, and
Mrs. Lester Warner, press reporter.
A Generous Offer
Perhaps the most beautiful floral
sight in the city now is the hundreds
of Easter lilies at the home of Capt.
and Mrs. T. H Johnson on Oklawaha
avenue. Each year for several years
the lilies at that home have com commanded
manded commanded the admiration of the general
public and this year they excel both
in beauty and number.
Monday Mrs. Johnson will hold a
lily sale, selling the exquisite flowers
at a dozen and half of the pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds will be given to the Woman's
The fifteen Campfire Girls accom accompanied
panied accompanied by their guardian, Mrs. Will William
iam William Hocker, Mr. Hocker, Mr. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Camp and Mr. Sam Burford en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a jolly outing at Lake Weir
yesterday afternoon and evening.
They left town at 3:30 o'clock and
their objective point was North Lake
Weir. On arriving they hastily made
ready for a plunge in the lake. Pic Picnic
nic Picnic delicacies were carried by the
girls, some of which were prepared
before leaving home and the others
were cooked while the table was being
arranged for-supper. Full justice
was done the bountiful meal by the
hungry crowd. The party returned
home about 9 o'clock. All the girls
of the organization were present,
namely," Misses Elizabeth and Meme
Davis,- Callie Gissendaner, Mary Har Harriet
riet Harriet Livingston, Isabel Davis, Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Hocker, Stella, Nina, Nettie and
Carita Camp, Agnes Burford, Katie
Mae Eagleton, Elizabeth Home,
Louise Spencer and Catherine Henry.
Mrs. H. Ford has returned
home from a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. R. T. Birdsey in Macon.
Mrs. D. M. Smith entertained in informally
formally informally at auction last evening,
honoring Miss Lillian McKey, a most
interesting visitor from Valdosta.
There were two tables of players and
following the games the hostess
served an ice course.
Mrs. L. M. Graham and daughter,
Mrs. E. J. Mills of Conner, after a
short visit to the former's son, Mr.
John Graham and wife, returned
home this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hill and Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond D. Hill of St. Au Augustine,
gustine, Augustine, will arrive last this" after afternoon
noon afternoon to spend the Sabbath with Mr.
and Mrs.' Port Leavengood.
Mrs. Mabry Sumner has returned
from a visit to friends in Tampa.
THE BABY'S WELFARE
A MOTHER'S DREAD
Its good for the whole family, and
they all like it PEANUT BRITTLE
in boxes at the Court Pharmacy, tf
Australia is capable of producing
one billion bushels of wheat annually
instead of about one hundred million
bushels, as at present. Now only thir thirty
ty thirty thousand square miles of land are
used in wheat-growing, but five hun hundred
dred hundred thousand squares miles could be
The True Bravery.
There is aa much true courage in en enduring
during enduring with constancy the sorrows of
the soul as in remaining steadily on
the wall of a battery- To give one oneself
self oneself up to grief without resistance, to
kill oneself in order to escape from
It, Is to abandon the battlefield before
HOW MRS HARROD GOT RID
OF HER STOMACH TROUBLE
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everything I heard
of, but the only relief I got was tem temporary
porary temporary until last spring I saw Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and pro procured
cured procured a bottle of them at our drug
store. I got immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pain in the stomach, writes
Mrs, Linda Harrod, Fort Wayne, Ind.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
A fear clutches at the heart of the
mother that her own little one may
not live long. She dreads its secend
summer, or that it may nevei v. he
from its sound, sleep. All man'.chid
loves a mother loves to see a mother
love her child- A baby and its mother
are insured against ill-health if the
mother takes Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription, a tonic for women that
Dr. R. V. Pierce invented nearly a half
century ago for women's ills. This is a
vegetable tonic, made only of the chi chi-cinal
cinal chi-cinal roots with glycerine, which puts
the female system into perfect,
healthy action. Before baby's coming
it is just a tonic that puts the woman womanly
ly womanly system into a proper condition to
make the birth painless- and to insure
a healthy child.
Many mothers of families in the
United Stages have reason to be
grateful to the person who recom recommended
mended recommended Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre Prescription.
scription. Prescription. It is put up for the single
purpose of curing disease peculiar to
women. It has sold more largely on
this continent than any other medi
cine for women. Another point in its
favor: it is a temperance remedy and
does not contain a single drop of al alcohol
cohol alcohol nor of any narcotic.
Young mothers who preserve the
charms of face and figure in spite of
an increasing family and the care of
growing children are always to be en envied.
vied. envied. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip Prescription
tion Prescription gives the strength and health
upon which happy motherhood de depends.
pends. depends. It practically does away with
the pains of maternity. It enables
the mother to nourish the infant life
depending on her, and enjoy the
hourly happiness of watching the de development
velopment development of a perfectly healthy
Free. The Common Sense Medical
Adviser, bound in cloth, is sent on re receipt
ceipt receipt of 3 dimes (or stamps) to pay
expense of wrapping and mailing. Ad Address:
dress: Address: Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buf Buffalo,
falo, Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 22
"1 tell you Pa.', my boy." the big
man of the town confided, laying a
patronizing hand on the young Irish
man's shoulder. "I wish I ha your
tongue." "Sure. or." grinned Pat;
"but it would do ycz nb good without
me brains." Wo rtan's Home Com Companion.
panion. Companion. No Chance for MIm.
Bank Teller "This check la all
right, bat you must be introduced!
Can you brin? our husband? Wom Woman
an Woman "Who. Jack? Why. if Jack
thought you wanted an introduction
to me he'd knock your block off!"
Cleveland Pla'.n Dealer.
Consider the Poor.
It la 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 deal of money. Ruskln.
No doing an) thine with a pessimist.
JVhen you find a bright side 'or him
le won't look at It for fear the light
night Jblind him. Atlanta Constitution.
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Call and examine our 50 cents a
pound box of chocolates. The box is
plain but the chocolates are high high-grade.
grade. high-grade. Troxler's. 4-tf
New Facts About Microbes.
It has just been discovered that tha
sudden cooling of the atmosphere has
the-effect of transporting microbes and
localizing them in certain regions. The
cool surfaces attract them from a dis distance
tance distance almost instantaneously, the
smaller being transported farther than
the larger ones. These discoveries
throw light upon the origin of certain
epidemics, nd may be useful in help
ing us to decide what climates
the moat heJthfuU
WHAT OCALA WANT
Elm trees have been planted In ths
squares and parks of our city where
you may make thoir acquaintance.
They are trees you can learn to rec recognize
ognize recognize rt a dl-ianc because of their
general form cr habit of growth. A
well grown tree ia broad and rather
flat across the top. and for this rea reason
son reason it is called fan-shaped tree.
Iiexall l.iver Salts puts vim into
A Statement, from. One of Our Well Well-Known
Known Well-Known Citizens
Stop right here this is the proof
you've been seeking. Mr. Ashley, a
well-known Ocala citizen, gladly
states his opinion of Doan's Kidney
Pills for the benefit of his fellow fellow-townsmen.
townsmen. fellow-townsmen. Hi3 story is one you can
easily investigate. Read it.
II. J. Ashley, prop., of the Ashley
Sheet Metal Works. Ocala, says: "I
used Doan's Kidney Pills, procured
at Gerig's Drug Store, and found
them to be just as represented. They
soon, relieved me ot backache and
disordered kidneys. I think if "taken
as directed. Doan's Kidney Pills, will
cure most any ordinary case of kid kidney
ney kidney complaint, and I don't hesitate
giving my name praising them."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy et
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Ashley had. Foster-Milburn Co..
Props Buffalo, fi. Y. 1
Take Not of the Small Things.
Practice yourself, for heaven's sake.
lazy livers your money back if they,ia little things and then proceed to
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf j greater. Eplctetus.