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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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LOCAL NEWS
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VOL. 21.
OCALA, RLOEIDA I'D ES DAY, MAY 18, 1915
NO. 118
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

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EXPECTED TO LAY THE BLAME

Paris, May 18. The Matin's Am Amsterdam
sterdam Amsterdam co-respondent says that Ger Germany's
many's Germany's reply to the United States
Lusitania note will be made Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, and will justify the deed on the
ground that the submarine's com commander
mander commander reports only one torpedo was
fired, convincing him that --the Lusi Lusitania
tania Lusitania carried war materials. The
commander says he fired one torpedo
so it would not sink the vessel unless
there were explosives on board.
It is reported in Amsterdam that
Germany wilT throw the responsibil responsibility
ity responsibility for the tragedy on England and
on United States officials who per permitted
mitted permitted passengers to travel on a ship
carrying explosives. It is believed
that Germany will not modify her
. submarine, war methods.
jCAld COMMIT MURDER WITH A
: : CLEAfc CONSCIENCE
Berlin, May 18. -The American
note has not been given out officially
here, but yesterday's newspapers
print a version of it as telegraphed,
most of them refraining from com comment.
ment. comment. '
The Lokal Enziger says: "The Ger German
man German government certainly will not
delay long the answer requested, and
probably will reply that in occupying
itself with its sacred rights it is not
to be disturbed from any side The
German answer will make it compre compre-'
' compre-' hensible to Wilsort, in language polite
and as clear that we must conduct
the war as we are conducting it and
can conduct it with a clear con conscience."
science." conscience." TlERARD HAS RECEIVED NO RE REPLY
PLY REPLY FROM GERMANY
Washington, May 18.; Ambassador
Gerard, in Berlin, has transmitted no
indication from the German foreign
" office as to when the reply to the
American note may be expected. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Bryan said today, "No infor information
mation information of any importance has been
received from the ambassador."
AUSTRIA WANTS NO TROUBLE
. WITH AMERICA
Both the. Austrian and German
ambassadors are understood to have
telegraphed" to their governments
urging suspension of submarine at attacks
tacks attacks on .passenger ships while t the
diplomatic discussions are in pro progress.
gress. progress. They have cautioned extreme
care lest the sinking cf another ship
with American lives aboard may lead
to an immediate break in the rela relations
tions relations of the United States with Ger Ger-.
. Ger-. many. t
Austria is watching with much in in-.
. in-. terest the situation with which her
c ally is confronted and her influence is

being used in the direction of assist
ing in a peaceful settlement.
AMERICAN NOTE APPROVED
IN THE ARGENTIRE
Buenos Ayres, May 18. La Prenza
expressed approval of President Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's note to Germany. It says if the
principles put forth in the note do
not prevail, there will be an end to
neutrality and that a universal war
will follow.
The Liazon says: "The United.
States and other neutral countries
have already suffered too patiently,
morally and materially."
The Diario declares Germany has
violated principles of international
law. "The United States' note signi signified
fied signified that country will tolerate no
more aggressions." It continued:
"The war zone ought to disappear,
if not a rupture would not be aston astonishing.
ishing. astonishing. South America supports the
energetic altitude of the United
States."
Other newspapers in- Buenos Ayres
and the provinces commend the note.
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.

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FOR THE LOSITAIIIA TRAGEDY
OFFICIALS
(Associated Press)
TALK DEFERS
POWER TO MAKE THE DECISIVE
MOVE WILL BE CONFERRED
ON GOVERNMENT BY
PARLIAMENT
Rome, May 18. Unless Austria
acts first, which isn't thought proba probable,
ble, probable, Italy's final action regarding the
. war isn't expected until after Thurs Thurs-jday.
jday. Thurs-jday. Parliament will then be asked
i to give the government full plenary
powers, i
STRIFE IS CERTAIN
Rome, May 18. The Giornale
D'ltalia, which has been a strong
supporter of the Salandra cabinet,
and which was among the first to ad-
jvocate military preparation, publishes
a significant article today. 3
, "War," says the paper, "is virtual virtually
ly virtually declared by concord" o the king,
fthe-government and the hatian.il Tfr
. wondJerfuL ?secrer;: drama? s which; for
" halt a century j has -. strengthened"
; Italy in -its ;long -wait, is. ; ahout to ': he
; transformed into radiant realty- Italy
J is about" to engage- nofe. only in a war
to v -iiDerate, toe; -remainder oi tne
Italian provinces under foreign rule
but in a war for civilization."
ARE TRYING TO KEEP
' HARRY SHUT UP
Judicial Machinery of New York' Still
Shows Partisanship Against Thaw
New York, May 18. Presiding
Judge Ingraham of the Appellate-division
of the Supreme Court has is issued
sued issued an order staying all proceedings
in Harry Thaw's habeas corpus pe petition
tition petition in which Thaw seeks to have a
jury determine his sanity.
COULDN'T BACK UP
CHARGE OF CONSPIRACY
Michigan Fails in its Legal Persecu Persecution
tion Persecution of Moyer
Calumet, Mich,' May 18. Nolle
proseui was entered yesterday in the
case against. President C. H. Moyer
and thirty-seven other officials of the
Western Federation of Miners, who
were indicted and charged with con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy by the Houghton county
grand jury a year ago as a result jof
alleged acts of violence said to have
been committed at the direction of
the defendants during the copper
strike.
ENGLISH SPARROWS PULLED
DOWN THE GERMAN EAGLE
Battle Between Zeppelin and Flock
of Aeroplanes Over Brussels
London, May 18. The story of a
battle between a Zeppelin and a
squadron of twenty-steven British
aeroplanes has reached the Daily Mail
by way of Rotterdam.
"This Zeppelin," says the ac-count,
"had been frequently seen cruising
in the neighborhood of Brussels.
About 8 o'clock in the evening it was
surrounded and attacked by twenty twenty-seven
seven twenty-seven aeroplanes. The Zeppelin put
up a spirited fight with machine guns
and tried to escape by rising to a
high altitude, but the aeroplanes
gave it no chance. Within a .few
minutes th6 Zeppelin had received
several wounds and fell. All the
crew of sixty were killed. Two aero aeroplanes
planes aeroplanes were destroyed by the Zeppe Zeppelin's
lin's Zeppelin's guns." .. y, .'
Give her aboxuof NORRIS CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES the best Cmade. The Court
Pharmacy. v : t.

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EIICLISH AIIO AMER1CA1J
CABINET CRISIS
RUPTURE BETWEEN CHURCHILL
AND THE LORDS OF THE
ADMIRALTY
(Associated Press)
London, May 18. What seems to
be a cabinet crisis has appeared in
Great. Britain. It is rumored there"
i3 a rupture between the civil head of
the admiralty, Winston Spencer
Churchill, and the lords of the ad admiralty,
miralty, admiralty, particularly Lord Fisher,
admiral of theeet.
AMERICAN LINER'S
PASSENGERS WERE ANXIOUS
But the Philadelphia Docked Safely
Sunday at Liverpool
Liverpool, May 17'. Passengers on
board the American Line steamer
Philadelphia, which arrived here yes yesterday
terday yesterday from New York, experienced
during the voyage much anxiety. The
chief topic of conversation was. the
activity .of. German ; submarines. : A
number.-, of passengers spent .last
night onsdeck r in their- chairsr. with
life. -belts 'beside -them. The-Phila-delphia's
boats were. rc45y-for Ti.se;
The., steamer kept .a course farther
out from the Irish coast than did the
Lusitania.
EXPLANATION AND INDEMNITY
Due Bulgaria for Sinking of a Mer Merchant
chant Merchant Steamer
Bucharest, May 18. The Turkish
cruiser Breslau sent the Bulgarian
steamer Varna to the bottom of. the
Black Sea yesterday. Bulgaria will
demand. an explanation and an in indemnity
demnity indemnity from Germany.
BATTERED MAIDOS
AND BULAIR
Powerful Allied Artillery Sweeping
the Gallipoli Peninsula
Sofia, May 18. The allied artillery
has destroyed the towns of Maidos
and Bulair on the Gallipoli peninsula.
CLOSING REMARKS
FROM MR. CUTHILL
Editor Star: When I sent in my
first letter of this series I had no ex expectation
pectation expectation of following it up with a
second, now I see I will have to write
second; now I see I will have to write
closes the discussion so far as I am
concerned in print. There is never
anything to be gained by a newspa
per discussion, especially when the
parties involved get personally abus
ive.
This much I will say, I have noth
ing to retract. I always stand ready
to speak my mind. If I consider it
necessary to have recourse to the
public prints, I have enough moral
courage to sign my own name.
Now I stand ready to. uphold my
end of a discussion of this subject,
verbally, face to face, provided the
other man shows himself reasonable;
if he wants to come at me in a sneer sneering
ing sneering and cynical spirit, please count
me out.
I am not egotistical enough to think
that I can advise as to a remedy, but
I think that I can prove my conten contentions
tions contentions to be correct; if I can do that
then there need be no worry as to a
remedy.
Thanking you again for your cour courtesy,
tesy, courtesy, I remain, Yours truly,
Martel, May 17. Arch Cuthill.
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(Associated Press)

New York, May 18. President
Wilson yesterday reviewed the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic fleet, and at a luncheon tender tendered
ed tendered him by the city. of New York. he
told the distinguished gathering what
the country and its navy stood for.
The great battleships which lay in
the Hudson river, he said, were en engines
gines engines to promote the interests of hu humanity.
manity. humanity. "The inspiring thing about Amer America,"
ica," America," the president asserted, "Is she
asks nothing for herself except what
she is right to ask for humanity it itself;
self; itself; we want no nation's property;
we wish to question no nation's hon honor,
or, honor, and we stand in the way of de development
velopment development of no nation. It is no pre pretension
tension pretension on our part to say we are
privileged to stand for what every na nation
tion nation would wish to stand for. and are
speaking for those things which all
humanity must desire."
BIG ill BATTLE
Immense. Expenditure of Artillery
- f Ammunition
- (Associated Press)
London, May 18 "This is" the
greatest artillery : battle in the his history
tory history of the world; the expenditure of
ammunition is fabulous," wrote an
observer frpm behind the British
lines at.Ypres, describing the-fighting
of April 25 and 26. '-
After describing the almost con continuous
tinuous continuous cannonading that had been
going on for. twovdays;iwith literally
thousands of -gun in: almost cort-
tlnuai 2 action,; tbemb server' suggests
thaf they tounded .like .ah Bridies roll
of thundtt multiplied by -a thfeu
sahd."
Touching briefly on the Canadians'
part in the battle, he says:" "One of
the most notable incidents f the bat battle
tle battle was the Work done by- the Can Canadian
adian Canadian supply column. I Not a cartridge
or shell was a second late in reach reaching
ing reaching the man behind the gun, and
when the black fumes blew across a
seciion of supply men ami- they fell,
others rushed in and keptrthe fight fighting
ing fighting lines replenished until the wind
blew the fumes away.
"During the afternoon, two aero aeroplanes
planes aeroplanes supposed to : be British
marked and shaped exactly as the
British aircraft are, flew over the
German lines, and it was noticed that
the German shells played all about
them without effect. Then they
would fly over the British- lines and
back again, but the German shells
always fell far short of bringing
them down. On their third, visit the
Canadian field battery -let- them have
several shots. One aeroplane, badly
damaged, volplaned down- into the
German lines, and the other fled out
of sight behind the German trenches."
Describing the v artillery fighting,
the writer says: "As- far as our
glasses would carry, we could see the
white bursts of shrapnel, the black
bursts of the .German giant guns, or
the feathery floating clouds of anti antiaircraft
aircraft antiaircraft shells which broke in the
reverberating dome of the sky, where
both German and English- aeroplanes
soared. The old theory that shooting i
causes rain was disproved, for the j
sun shone brightly over the indescrib-j
able scene. The wind was so strong;
that the aeroplanes facing it made
no headway, and standing into the
wind in one place like kites, the Brit
ish aeroplanes seemed as stationary
as the top of the Eiffel tower, direct directing
ing directing presumably the British gunfire.
"From behind our hill two British
monoplanes soared so low over us
that we could see their guns; they!
climbed into the sky to drive away a!
Taube biplane which was flying over'
the hill sidewise in the heavy wind J
The Taube took to flight at a height so
great that it looked Jike a dot in the;
sky even with our glasses turned on)
it. Soon the white puffs of the Ger-j
man anti-aircraft guns and the mud muddier
dier muddier white puffs of the British sky
guns punctured the sky, above and
below glittering dots which were the
aeroplanes gleaming in the sunlight."!
Did you say BATHING CAPS?
Well, we have the prettiest line you

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WILSON TO AMER
FIVE MILES OF AMERICAN WAR WAR-SHIPS
SHIPS WAR-SHIPS PASSED PRESIDENTS
YACHT IN REVIEW
(Associated Press)
New York, May 18. The big fleet
of American warships which has been
at anchor in the Hudson river for ten
days steamed to sea today. President
Wilson on board the yacht Mayflower
reviewed the five-mile line as it pass passed
ed passed by the Statue of Liberty. As each
craft neared the Mayflower its six six-pounders
pounders six-pounders boomed out the presidential
salute of twenty-one guns.-
Ten thousand persons flocked to ev every
ery every vantage point to view the great
procession. The piers along the Hud Hudson
son Hudson were black with spectators. The
windows of the skyscrapers were
thronged and hundreds were on the
house tops. The day was cloudy but
the sun shown at intervals.
As each battleship passed the May Mayflower
flower Mayflower its band played the national
anthem.-There 'was little cheering fn
response. In bidding good-bye to the
fleet the crowd seemed to be in a
thoughtful mood,
..TBe .fleet-oes to Newport render render-vojj'i'from
vojj'i'from render-vojj'i'from which will-be directed the
Wac'arne: maneaters- for the -ships:'-'
V. j - T7TZ
PRIMARY SCHOOL WILL"
- 7 PROVE ITS PROFICIENCY
The patrons and friends of the pri primary
mary primary school are cordially invited to
call t&t the school building on next
Thursday afternoon between the hours
of four and six O'clock, to see some of
the work that has been done by the
pupils during the past school year.
AN AUTO ACCIDENT
About 1:30 this afternoon as Dr.
and Mrs. F. E. McClane were return returning
ing returning from home to their offices in the
ZeButt building in their buggy an au automobile
tomobile automobile ran into 'the rear wheel of
the vehicle and turned it over.
Both were thrown to the street a
the -buggy turned completely over,
Dr. McClane landing on his face and
bruising him considerably, while
Mrs. McClane, besides receiving a
number of bruiser about the head and
arms, sustained a badly sprained
ankle. f
The car 'carried an Orange county
tag and had been hired by Mr. H. C.
Schrader, who is conducting a citrus
fruit shipping house in Jacksonville.
Mr. Schrader is on his way from
South Florida to Citra. and had stop stopped
ped stopped here for dinner before resuming
his journey. After expressing his
deep -regrets at the accident and offer offering'
ing' offering' all the amend? possible for the
affair he went to Citra later in the
afternoon.
Though Mrs. McClane is suffering
considerable pain from her wounded
ankle, she is doing very well after her
exciting experience.
ASSAILED FROM ABOVE
Big Damage to German Works by
Aeroplane Bombs
Amsterdam, May 18. Dispatches
relate heavy damages caused by fire
throughout Germany. Seven sheds
and a number of locomotives at Koen Koen-igsburg
igsburg Koen-igsburg were burned. The great tan tannery
nery tannery at Strassburg was burned by
bombs -dropped from a French aero aeroplane.
plane. aeroplane.
- The damage will be in the million
dollars. The chemical factory near
Danzig was also burned.
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
- Buy your arugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality"
ity" Quality" the best always. 4-27-tf

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(Associated
London, May 18. A far-reaching
victory in Bukowina, the Austrian
crownland, on the eastern extremity
of the Russian battle front, is claim claimed
ed claimed in a Russian official announce
ment from Petrograd. The Russians
are said to have swept through Buko-"
wina, taking back much territory
lZ hCl "?'P. to'!19
is reported the Russians have taken
Czernowitz, the capital of Bukowina,'
having broken down the Austrian re
sistance over a ninetymile front and
captured 20,000 prisoners. j
PUSHED BACK IN 'POLAND
The Russian war office concedes
further retreat in" Russian Poland,
between the Pilicia and Vistula riv-
ers, on part of the long front over
which Austro-German armies have
compelled them to fal bsck. r -
OTTOMANS REPULSE ALLIES
The Turkish general-staff at the
Dardanelles reports that the allies
Saturday made several attacks on the
Turkish right wing and claims they
were repulsed. : 3 r. v :
; -A plot to-assassinate the sultan of
Turkey, Field Marshal Von Der
Goltz, Field Marshal Von Sanders
and Enver Pasha is said to have been.
discovered in Constantinople. Ar-
menians are credited with instigating
it. Four hundred Armenians have
been arrested.
FORCED GERMANS BACK ON A
TWO MILE FRONT
London, May 18. Field Marshal
French in a message last night in
formed the British people that their
troops has again taken the offensive
after a fortnight 'spent hurling back
the German attacks? and had swept'
. ,,
across and captured all the German
trenches south of Richebourg L'Avoue
over a two-mile front.
This movement, which resulted in
the capture of numerous prisoners, is
still under way and gives indication
. . . .
. .. T a
territory won in the recent French
A n u i v
era battle front a loll prevails.
ODD FELLOWS PLAN
FOR A PLEASANT EVENING
The members of Tulula Lodge have
made arrangements for another
pleasant program at this evening's
meeting. There will be music and
other attractions, ending with re
freshments, and all members should
be present.
OCALA LADY HAD
A NARROW ESCAPE
The Gainesville Sun of this' morn morning
ing morning says:
Mrs. J. E. Futch, who accompanied
her husband to Wauchula last week
in their car, returned Monday morn morning,
ing, morning, accompanied by Miss Frances
Liddon of Dade City and Mrs. T. E.
Bridges of Ocala, who will be guests
at her home a few days.
The ladies and Mr. Futch came as
far as near Reddick in the automo automobile,
bile, automobile, but on Sunday evening, while
traveling at about fifteen miles per
hour, something became wrong with
the steering gear and the machine left
the road, colliding with a tree nearby.
Luckily, the occupants were not ser seriously
iously seriously injured, but will remember the
accident for a long time. They spent
the balance of the night in Reddick,
completing the journey by train Mon Monday
day Monday morning.
SPINELESS CACTUS
Fruit and forage slabs for sale
cheap next falL Buy from me and
you will get the rapid growing var variety.
iety. variety. Some cactus are poor growers.
D. Gamble, 1135 S. Orange street,
Ocala, Fla. 5-18-t

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NEEDED BY BRITAIN-KITCHEN-
ER RECOMMENDS USE OF
POISONOUS GAS
(Associated Press)
London, May 18 Secretary of War
Kitchener today told the House of
Lords that the British and French
government felt the allied troops
mast be protected against the use of
poisonous gases by the enemy by the
use similar methods. The added
inat ne neeaea .iuu,uuu more recruits.
cabinet crisis
PLEASANT EVENING
EORXTIE .PYTHIANS
At their hall Monday evening, .the
Knights of Pythias had another of
t those "pleasant 'social occasions that
the lodge, is becoming famous for. A
large number ."VerVjj reset ihe hall
was thronged pr.(jC joy the rt time the
lodge was aea'se," theje. was. a
good-sized force in- the ante-rooms
also.
Immediately after
opening the
the Baptist
doors, the members of
quartet, Mrs.-Will Goin and Misses
Marguerite Porter, Eunice Marsh and
Mary Gates, were "announced. They
were assisted by Mr. George Nash, a
member of the ledge, -.Mr. Frank
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Goin, Miss Marsh, Messrs. G. A. Nash
and Frank Gates.
Solo, "Waltz Song." by Miss Forterl
"Angel's Serenade," .with violin
obllgato by Prof. Booe, sung by Miss
I Porter and chorus, Mrs. Goin, Miss
, T ...
Marsh, Messrs. Gates and Nash. M
ss
Mary Gates playing the p
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lano-accom-
.pammems
Between the. muiral numbers
were interspersed talk -bv the
knlchts. Messrs. A. B. McDonald. C.
rP. Howell and R. B. Bowers made per
tinent and witty addresses.
After the feast of mu'c and fow
of soul came substantial refresh refreshments,
ments, refreshments, ice cream and cake being
served and greatly relished.
Another feature of the even'ner was
the raising of a good sum of money
as a substantial start towa-d the
castle hall the lodge intends. to build.
JOHN B. EPPERSON
"Times-Union: John B. Epperson,
aged. 57 years, a-prominent resident
of Williston, died in the city lat
night after a brief illness. The body
will be forwarded to Williston this
morning. Funeral services will be
held Wednesday and the interment
made in the family lot.
CHICKEN SUPPER
THURSDAY EVENING
The ladies of the East Broadway
church will serve a chicken supper at
the armory Thursday night. May 20,
beginning at 6:30 o'clock. The pub
lic is already aware cf the good
things these ladies can cook, so let
everybody get their supper at the"
armory Thursday evening. 15-5t
STOCK FEED
We now haw on hand a full line vf
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay-and molasses feeds.
' 14-tf . Ocala Seed StoreI'
Its good for the whole family, and
they all like it PEANUT BRITTLE
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OCAtA EVENDCQ S?a1v tSDAi MAY U, 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
, PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
K. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. LeaTengood, Business lanager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at OcrNi, Fla., pcstoffice as second class matter.

NEBUCHADNEZZAR AND
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Or What Shall Come to Pass in the
Latter Daja

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A Central Florida route 13 natural naturally
ly naturally the best and proper one for this
end of the Dixie highway.
Some amendments are being made
by the legislature to the Bryan prl-
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mary bin among oiners one
county commissioners are to be nom nominated
inated nominated by their own districts and not
by the county at large.
We see by an esteemed "contempor "contemporary
ary "contemporary that a large party of enthusiastic
fishermen have come home from
Cedar Keys with lots of fish they
caught Saturday night. Uh, huh; we
often have to tell the same sort of a
fable about our friends who catch
fish in Orange Lake or the Withla Withla-coochee
coochee Withla-coochee on Sunday.

the first primary of 1911, the vote
here stood, Blount, 357; Bryan, 172;

Stockton, 357. In the second primary,
the figures were Blount, 497; Bryan,

480. At present, ex-Governor Gil

christ has more personal friends in

Marion than either of the other can

didates. Senator Bryan has very lit

tie personal 'acquaintance with our

citizens. Neither has Mr. wan, nut

he made an excellent impression
his recent visit here.

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OCALA NEEDS IMPROVING

The man who fires a bullet into a
passenger train should be hanged. He
is a potential murderer and deserves
' the extreme penalty. Only a would would-be
be would-be murderer, with general malice in
his heart, would be guilty of so das dastardly
tardly dastardly a deed as that which nearly

resulted fatally for a St. Petersburg embraced.

man riding on a train near Ocala.

Petersburg Independent.

The shot aforesaid was probably
fired by accident and not intention.
However, the man who fired it will
be punished if he is found.

It has been suggested that Ocala
ought to be made a cleaner and more

attractive city; and the suggestion is

more than worth while.

There are numerous reasons why

the citv should follow the. lead o

liiVUOallU.3 JA. VlblViJ tA4VS W WW
have opened their eyes to the need of

betterment. That there is need of
improvement here is obvious, to the

observant, and the probable explana

tion is that seen often ugliness and

filth cease to give offense. The sin is

On the other hand a clean, attrac

tive city makes for health, both phys

ical and mental, for happiness ond

for thrift.

The wear and tear of a city make

VI.
In the last writing this article end ended
ed ended by quoting from Zach. 13:6, which
will be the time when the Lord Jesus
has delivered the Jews and given
them great power which they have
not been able to boast of since the

days of Moses.

But before they receive this great

power and before they are delivered,

the nations that invade Palestine will

slay a part of the people before their
Messiah intercedes for them as it is

written.

In the 14th chapter of Zechariah,

beginning at the first verse, it goes
into detail a little more and tells us

that their spoil shall be divided in the

midst of many.

For I will gather all nations

against Jerusalem to battle, and the
city shall be taken, and the houses

rifled, and the women ravished and

half of the city shall go into captiv

ity, and the residue of the people
shall not be cut ofT from the city.
Then shall the Lord go forth and

fight against those nations as he

fought in the day of battle." (Then
a wonderful thing takes place). "And
his feet shall stand at that day upon

the Mount of Olives, which is before
Jerusalem on the east, and the Mount
of Olives shall cleave in the midst
thereof toward the east, and toward
the west, and there shall be a very
great valley, and half of the moun mountain
tain mountain shall remove toward the north
and half of it toward the south.

"And yet shall flee to the valley of
the mountains; for the valley of the
mountains shall reach unto Azal; ye
shall flee, lik as ye fled before the
earthquake in the days of Uzziah
king, of Judah: and the Lord my God
shall come, and all the saints with
thee.

."And it shall come to pass in that

day that the light shall not be clear

nor dark. But it shall be one day

The rather ominous dispatch on the
first page in regard to Germany's an answer
swer answer to America need cause no sur surprise.
prise. surprise. While U is 'probable that the

Matin's Amsterdam correspondent

knows no more of Germany's proba

ble course, than any well-posted Am

erican newspaper man, his communi

cation only confirms the -opinion

widely expressed in this country. If

the United States was situated as any
Rnronean countrv in reach of. Ger-

Mi nln a 4- o non r4- i I tn wTT

so that everything done to prevent which shall be known unto the Lord,

and to check the wear and tear saves j0; fcf if shall mm

the city and keeps in the pocket of
the landlord and tenant money that
would otherwise have to be spent.

One may save money by spending it,

in other words.

The improved and unimproved

property of the city increases or
loses in value in proportion to the

care or lack of care taken. A build building,
ing, building, for example, disfigured with ad advertising,
vertising, advertising, loses in value. A lot kept

to pass that at evening time it shall

be light.

"And it shall be at that day that

living waters shall go out from Jeru

salem; half of them toward the form former
er former sea, and half of them toward the

hinder sea, in summer and in winter

shall it be."

When the temple which is describ

ed in Ezekiel 40 to 44th chapters, is
built in Jerusalem there will be an

many or her allies, our government in-order, planted with flowers, shrubs th center where all nations

- a 1 a 1 al 1

would be calling for volunteers rignt

now.

Friend of ours wants to know, if
the state is divided, which .part will
take the name of Florida. The south southern
ern southern Dart of course; there is more

wiregrass than flowers in the north

ern. We suppose the two states

would be named North Florida and
South Florida, tho South Georgia
would be more appropriate for the
northern portion. Florida is at pres present
ent present the most unsymmetrical state in
the Union. The eastern part ef it is

on the Atlantic seabodrd, the western

in the Mississippi valley, and as po

litically as geographically separate

from the remainder of the state.

or trees is worth more than a lot that

is run down shop 'worn, so to
speak.

Many a vacant lot can be made at

tractive with a vegetable garden. A

well kept vegetable garden is a pleas

mg sight. Property owners can

make use of their own spare time, or

arrangements can be made for plant

ing on shares. Make the property

pay for its own upkeep.

There are lots in the center of the

city that should be made sightly.

One unsightly spot will spoil

whole perspective.

Let's get busy!

The board of dj rectors of the

Alachua County Fair Association at

a meeting in Gainesville last week

selected November 9. 10, 11, 12 and

1 3 as the dates for this year's fair,

The dates will be a little more than a

week -earlier than those of the fair

held last fall, the change being made tried to cast any

with a view to guarding, as much as
possible, against probable unfavora

ble weather. With very little time
for preparation, Alachua county had
a sunerb fair last November, and will

As will be seen elsewhere, Mr.

Cuthill has decided to withdraw from
the controversy, which, we think, is
SIP -v M

wise on his part. Mr. uutnm aoes

not understand newspaper ethics.
There have been no personal remarks

printed about himin this paper. Mr.
Cuthill is well known by his neigh

bors to be a gentleman of intelligence

and integrity, and no one has even

aspersions on his

character. The remarks he takes ex

ceptions to were in regard to his pub

lie actions, or lack of them,

were called forth by his very caustic

must come once a year to have sac

rifices offered upon the altar.

These sacrifices will point back

ward to the sacrifice of the Lamb of

Cod, just as the sacrifices under the
Mosaic law nointed forward to his

&
sacrifice for the sins of the people.

From the altar on both sides living

waters -will flow, half of them on one

side of the temple and half of them

on the other side, making two streams

coming from either side of the tem

ple and then uniting and flowing into

the dead sea, healing the waters so
that fish will live in it, Read Ezekiel

47:1 to 12 verses.

In Zechariah we are told that at

that day the Lord shall be king over

all the earth; in that day there shall

be one Lord and his name one.

Going back to Ezekiel, in the 39th

chapter and 9th verse, we read that
they shall be seven years burning the

implements of war, as it says:

"And they that dwell in the cities

of Israel shall go forth, and shall set

on fire and burn the weapons, both

the shields and the bucklers, the bows

and the arrows, and the handstaves

and and e sPears an( shall burn

them with tire seven years.

Then in the 11th and 12th verses,

A l oVi oil rTr a naeo in tViflfr

criticism on his fellow citizens

i -l i i .A. V4 4nM I mnrv TirrvYe tVton nroc wriff iri t.

proDaDiy nave u. mucu uwt u..c . T . Rn there

year.- It .behooves Marion to hustle erence to him. The letter of "Fair- -" T 7" f.
J I I rr -.- o Tma in laroal trio VfllwV fT TnA

to avoid being excelled. play" was written by a gentleman .7 ' M lZ

whom the Star is responsible for; he

It is intimated that Germany will didn't sign his name because he dis dis-acquiesce
acquiesce dis-acquiesce in the demands made in the likes notoriety, not because he was
American note if the United States afraid; and we think if Mr. Cuthill
will insist that the Allies allow the will take a few seconds to think he
shipment of foodstuffs into Germany, will realize there was nothing to be

This would be a fine scheme ior tne i
Germans, as it would almost certain

ly involve the United States in war
with the Allies, which is what Ger Germany
many Germany has probably been scheming
for air along. President Wilson will
be foolish indeed if he accedes to any
such proposition. It would be a case
of the Lusitania victims dying for the

benefit of those responsible for their

death.

afraid about.

Some friend of ours is sending us

marked papers containing long ar

ticles by Pastor Russell and some of
his opponents. If we knew who this
friend was, we would tell him to stop

wasting time and postage. We don't

suppose any busy newspaper man

reads such things. It is a waste of

time for anyone to do so. The most

ignorant savage on the face of the

earth will know more (if he knows

anvthine) of the hereafter an hour

after he passes from life than the
wisest sage this side of Jordan ever

has known. Why should men and
women throw away time and energy

are-uiner about what they cannot

c
change and cannot know? Better far

News comes from Europe that
ArrhanceL Russia's creat Arctic

port, is open for the summer. And

with it comes a realization of the

heroic strueerle the Russians have

been making. The reason why they
have been driven back so many times
by the Germans and Austrians is that

they have been lacking in artillery it is to employ the time in helping and

and big-gun ammunition. Time and
again they have checked the Teutonic
rushes by sheer weight of men and

cold steel, the "ignorant and debased'

moujiks' laying down their lives with

a heroism unsurpassed by the men of

any other nation engaged in the war.

Opening the Archangel port means

that during the summer months they

will be much better supplied, and it is

probable that before winter the Dar

danelles will be open.

improving what is with them. One

dav's work for humanity is worth

more to the world than all the specu

lation over the hereafter the theolo

gians have done since men began to

think.

A gentleman who has been around

the state a great deal and sees many

people thinks that of the three sen senatorial
atorial senatorial candidates Bryant Gilchrist
and Wall Bryan stands the best
chance. We have heard little prefer preference
ence preference evinced in Marion county. In

Mr. Will Denham, Gainesville's

leading insurance man, was among
the visitors in Ocala yesterday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, lie was accompanied by his
brother-in-law, Mr. Barco, and his
daughter, Miss Jessie Bishop. They

went from here to Crystal River for
a few days' outing along the gulf

coast.

Its good for the whole family, and
they all. like it PEANUT BRITTLE

in boxes at the Court Pharmacy, tf

passengers on tne east oi tne sea,

and it shall stop the noses of the
passengers: and there shall they busy
Gog and all his multitude: and they

shall call it the valley of Hamougog.

"And seven months shall the house

of Israel be burying of them, that

they may cleanse the land."

And the rest of this chapter is very

interesting if one wishes to read it,
as it gives a great many details of
how the great army will be disposed

of and will prove beyond a doubt to
the Jews who rejected their Messiah
and said we will not have this man

to rule over us, and gave him over to
the Roman soldiers to be crucified,
that their fathers were mistaken,
that he is really the king that God
has chosen for them. It will be a
great revelation to them, as their

eyes at the present time are blinded
to God's plan of salvation, and not
only the Jewish people, but the na nations
tions nations in general. According to the
Prophet Jeremiah, 16th chapter and
19th verse, these are the words:
"O Lord, my strength, and my
fortress, and my refuge in the day of
affliction, the nations shall come
unto thee from the ends of the earth,
and shall say, surely our fathers
have inherited lies, and things where wherein
in wherein there is no profit."
Those nations who go up once a
year to Jerusalem to worship the
Lord will Recognize that their fathers
have not believed the truth in regard
to the Lord Jesus setting up a king kingdom
dom kingdom on the earth, although it is in
print, and the Bible is an open book
to all men, and if man would read it

and not try to add to or put another
meaning to it, he can read it from
Genesis to Revelation and it would

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Thought for the Day
Truth is as impossible to be soiled
by any outward touch as the sun sunbeam.
beam. sunbeam. Milton.
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Mrs. G. K. Williams, Miss Edith
Williams and Mi3s Doris Murry, who
are enjoying a pleasant sojourn at
Lake Weir, will return home the last
of the week.
The meeting of the young ladies
auction club will be held this week
with Miss Bettie Wray Mclver.
Miss Elizabeth Abson of Hacken Hacken-sack,
sack, Hacken-sack, N. J., is the attractive young
guest of Misses Theo and Gladys

Wallis, arriving yesterday from Lake Lakeland.
land. Lakeland. Miss Abson is an Ocala girl

and her visit will be made delightful.

not only by her own friends but by

those of her charming mother.

Misses Rainsford and Eva Lee.

daughters of Rev. and Mrs. J. G
Glas3, will leave in June for Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee to enter Fairmont College for the
summer term.

Mrs. David Connor left today for

Georgia to spend the summer visit visiting
ing visiting relatives, going first to the home

of her sister near Thomasville, where

she will spend several weeks.

Mrs. Mary A. Frost has returned

from a several weeks visit to her
daughter, Mrs. Herbert Crook in Pa-

latka.

Mrs. E., L. Carney is expected

home this week from a visit to Gov.

and Mrs. Park Trammell at Talla

hassee. Mrs. Carney made Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee her home for two legislative

seasons and, her return there this
spring as a guest in the mansion has

been a source of pleasure to her
friends, many of whom have honored

her with social courtesies.

Mr. and Mrs. David Connor, who

have been occupying the C. J.

Phillips residence on South Third
street since Mr. and Mrs. Phillips'
removal to Jacksonville, have given

the house up and Mr. Connor during
his wife's absence in Georgia will
make his home at the Colonial.

Mr. G. Z. Phillips, assistant gen

eral passenger agent of the S. A. L-,
with headquarters in Jacksonville,
and Mrs. Phillips are receiving con congratulations
gratulations congratulations from friends throughout
the state on the birth of a son, May
13th.

Mrs. T. C. Carter was one of the

hostesses at the Woman's Club social

half hour Saturday and being "out of

town, Mrs. S. P. Anthony took, her

place.

Miss Agnes Ellen Harris of Talla

hassee was among yesterday's arriv

als at the White House. Miss Harris
is state agent of the girls canning
club work and was here to confer

with Miss Lila C Fraser, county

agent. Gainesville Sun.

Dr. J. M. Gross is expected home

tonight or tomorrow from Key West,
were on Sunday he delivered the bac baccalaureate
calaureate baccalaureate sermon for the Ha r grave
Institute.

Miss Dorothy Lancaster was host

ess last evening to a delightfully in informal
formal informal 500 party, honoring Miss Hat-

tie Belle Harris of Kissimmee, the

guest of Mrs. Mershon. There were

two tables of players and after the

games the hostess served punch and

cake.

Miss Mabel MefFert, who is visiting

Miss Mary Hall in St. Petersburg, is

being charmingly entertained by her
hostess and friends. Tomorrow Miss

Hall and Miss Meffert will go to Tar

pon Springs for a short visit. The
dancing party, says the St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Times, given by Miss May Hall
and Mr. Edward Hall at the Spa
Thursday proved to be one of the

prettiest and most select affairs for
some time. The guests of honor were
Miss Mabel Meffert of Ocala and Miss
Starr Cheney of Tarpon Springs.
King's orchestra furnished the music
for dancing, which was pleasantly en engaged
gaged engaged in until a late hour. Miss Sal Sal-lie
lie Sal-lie May Sumner and Miss Ruth
Thomas served at the punch bowl.
Refreshments of cream, cake, punch,
candy and peanuts were served. The
party was chaperoned by Mrs. S. M.
Hall and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas.
Mrs. H. B. Clarkson is quite ill at
her home on Tuscawilla street.

The members of the Tuesday auc auction
tion auction club were the guests this after afternoon
noon afternoon of Mrs. Herbert Lattnar, who
entertained at the home of Mrs. J. V.
Tarver. The eight guests found
places at two tables arranged on the
attractive piazza and amidst pretty
decorations of cut flowers and fern,
several progressions were enjoyed.
The prize was a dainty brocaded
handkerchief bag and after the
games an ice course with salted al almonds
monds almonds was served. Mrs. Lattner's
guests were Misses Helen Brown,
Marion Dewey, Mary McDowell, Nel Nellie
lie Nellie Gottlieb, Kathleen Jackson, Rose Rosebud
bud Rosebud Robinson, Ethel Crosby and Mrs.
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The State Sunday School and B. Y.
P. U. convention will meet in St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine on Wednesday before the
fourth Sunday in June, continuing

through the fourth Sunday.

These annual gatherings are usual

ly attended by large numbers of in

telligent and enthusiastic Baptists,

Sunday school and B. Y. P. U. work workers
ers workers and this year the meetings are
expected to be much larger than ever.
The B. Y. P. U. sessions will be
held Wednesday and Friday. The
Sunday school convention sessions
will be held Thursday and Saturday.
The Sunday sessions will be held
jointly dividing the collections equal equally
ly equally as heretofore.
The B. Y. P. U. essay medal con contest
test contest will occur on Friday night of
the convention. The subject of the
essays will be The Friendship of
David and Jonathan.
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all harmonize, neither can there be
found any contradiction.
Jesu3 never promised any one that
they should inherit the kingdom in

heaven; it was always spoken of as
the kingdom of heaven, which puts a
different meaning to where the king kingdom
dom kingdom will be. The word of is a very
small word, only two letters, but it is
full of meaning. For an illustration,

one person has a piece of something,

we will say chocolate. Another per

son is given a piece of it. The word

of is used to designate that the re receiver
ceiver receiver has the same thing as the
giver. Therefore when the Lord
Jesus rules on David's throne it will
be a rule of divine righteousness,
making it like to his Father's king kingdom,
dom, kingdom, of divine power, or in other
words the kingdom of God.
The penalty of all nations who will
not go up to Jerusalem to worship
the king will be, as found written in
the 14th chapter of Zechariah, read reading
ing reading from the 16th verse:
"And it shall come to pass that
every one that is left of the nations
which came against Jerusalem shall
even go up from year to year to wor worship
ship worship the king, the Lord of hosts, and
to keep the feasts of tabernacles.
And it shall be that whoso will not
come up of all the families of the
earth unto Jerusalem to worship the
king, the Lord of hosts, even upon
them shall be no rain."
This shall be the punishment of all

nations that go not up once a year to
offer sacrifices for their sins and to
worship the king.
This ushers us into an agd when
the battle of Armageddon is a thing

of the past; thrones have crumbled

and kings are dust, An 'age where
violence and oppression have vanish vanished
ed vanished as a dream of the night,- and in
their stead there is love, peace and
prosperity. The implements of war-

jfare that man has devised to bring
jthe wails of sorrow and mourning, to
( bring desolation and cause the wid wid-;
; wid-; ows and fatherless such anxiety, pov pov-lerty
lerty pov-lerty and tribulation of heart, will be
'converted into implements for the
benefiting of mankind, as it is writ
ten in Isiah 2:4:
"And he shall judge among the na nations,
tions, nations, and shall rebuke many people,
and they shall beat their swords into
plowshares, and their spears into
pruning hcoks: nation shall not lift
up sword against nation, neither
shall they learn war any more."
This will be a time when the song
which the angels sang to the shep shepherds
herds shepherds on the plains of Bethlehem will
be realized. Glory to God in the high

est, peace on earth and good will to toward
ward toward man.
This is the gospel or in other

words, the glad news of the kingdom)

of God. As we find in Mat. 4:23:
"And Jesus went about all Galiiee,
teaching in their synagogues, and
preaching the gospel of the kingdom."
And again it tells us in Luke 8:1
that "Jesus went throughout every
city and village preaching, and show showing
ing showing the glad tidings of the kingdom of
God."
So we see by these two passages
that the gospel of the kingdom and
the glad tidings are one and the
same. And the subject matter was a
kingdom. And it has been shown how
the remaining nations of the earth
will be brought to the knowledge of
that kingdom, and accept God's way
of salvation that they may be saved

and be among those who are to be
judged at the end of the thousand-

year reign of Christ and his saints.

which is the second resurrection and

judgment.

Then the garth will be populated
with a class of people who can never
die any more, being made equal unto
the angels, possessing the divine na nature.
ture. nature. When, there will be no more
sorrow or sighing and everything
will be glorious and there shall be
perpetual joy to all inhabitants of
the earth. Can we wonder that the
Lord called the people's attention to
the good tidings of the kingdom?
And what has Isaiah written in the
64th chapter and 4th verse? "For
since the beginning of the world men
have not heard, nor perceived by the
ear, neither hath the eye seen, O God
beside thee, what he hath prepared
for him that waiteth for him."
We have heard it said no doubt,
that the Lord has gone to prepare a
place for us. Yes this was his prom

ise to his disciples, and whatever he

has promised he.will surely bring to

pass, as we find written in John, 14th
chapter, beginning at the first verse.

When he spoke those consoling words

to his disciples and gave them the as

surance that in his Father's house

there were many abiding places, that
he was going to prepare a place for
them, and if it were not so he would

have told them. He was assuring

them that he would come back again
and then would be the time that he

would receive them unto himself, that

they might be with him in his king

dom to dwell in that temple that will
be built in Jerusalem, which will be

none other than the temple of God, or
his Father's house.

In John 13:33 the Lord plainly tells
us that we are not to go where he

has gone. He said. "Little children.

yet a little while I am with you. Ye
shall seek me, and as I said unto the
Jews, whither I go ye cannot come,
so now I say to you."
But he is coming again to build that
house of many mansions or abiding
places.

We are given many types all thru

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OCALA OCCURENCES

Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Council meets this evening.
Masons meet Thursday evening
Sons of Confederate Veterans meet
Friday evening.
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 f
Mr. Waldo Martin, who has been
ill for a week, continues the same.
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
- Try one of thos? frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Ball game with Summerfield tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon. Turn out to see the
home boys cross bats with the tigers.
Our young friend Rae Ferguson,
is showing considerable ability as a
cartoonist.
Messrs. T. T. Munroe and T. E
Bridges have returned from a visit
to Capt. R. A. -Alfred at Port Inglis.
They had a pleasant outing and
caught a large number of fish.
Mr. J. V. Burke, who has been a
resident of Jacksonville for the last
eighteen years, is renewing acquaint
ance with old friends in this city.
Mr. E. C. McLeod, who swallowed
a pin yesterday, necessitating his
having to go to the hospital for a
minor operation,' is up and around,
and will soon be as good as new.
,The little Croft boy, who under
went a very difficult operation at the
hospital the other day, is doing well.
Our Jewish friends this 'evening
will observe the festival of Shabuoth
the anniversary of giving the ten
commandments to the children of
Israel at the foot of Mount Sinai.
All who read Frank Norris' great
novel, "The Pit," felt like they met
an old friend at the Temple last
night, and everybody was well pleas
ed with the fine feature. Another
chapter of "The Exploits of Elaine,"
and several other reels will be pre presented
sented presented this evening.
Messrs. Harry E. Leavengood and
Otto Swartz of Tampa, are fn the
city for a few days visit.
The work of remodeling the Holder
block is going along rapidly, and
when completed will make it a model
office building. The walls are being
painted dark green,- with" burlap
wainscoting.
Mr. R. J. Knight of Green Springs
is in the 'city, in attendance at the
circuit court.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Edwards of
Hernando, are among the strangers in
the city and are registered at the
Harrington Hall hotel.
Mr. F. J. Titcomb of Dunnellon is
registered at the Harrington Hall. He
is making his quarterly rounds of the
state in his official capacity as prison
inspector, and reports things in this
department as moving along satisfac satisfactorily.
torily. satisfactorily. Mr. Chas. V. Miller f Tampa is in
the city for a few days on business
for his firm. Mr. Miller's old time
friends are always glad to welcome
him back to his boyhood home.
Mr. J. J. Guthrie the Kendrick mer merchant
chant merchant and farmer, is in town on busi business
ness business today.
Rev, Bunyan Stephens is expected
home tomorrow from Houston, Texas,
where he attended the Southern Bap Baptist
tist Baptist convention.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Kyle and son,
Mr. R.-B. Kyle of Gadsden, Ala., are
guests at the Harrington.
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WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min. R.F.
May 1 88 C4
May 2 93 62
May 3 89 62
May 4 ..87 66
May 5 85 71
May 6 92 58
May 7 94 68
May 8 86 72
May 9 80 ,66 2.18
May 10 83 77
May 12 78 68 .32
May 13 82 60 .76
May 14 86 62 ..
May 15 94 64
May 16 93 70
May 17 94 78 ..
Local Forecast
Fair tonight.
Wednesday partly cloudy.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
The case of Sallie McKay vs. Wal Walter
ter Walter Ray in a suit for $32,000 damages
has been occupying the circuit court
since yesterday morning, and will
likely reach in tomorrow session.
The case involves about twelve
thousand acres of land nearly all of
which lies in Citrus county and was
at one time a part of the Globe Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Company's possessions. It is
said to be very valuable in phosphate
deposits, though not a great deal of
it has been developed on account of
litigations that have been 'in progress
for many years.
The jury in the case is composed of
Messrs. J. F. Jenkins, Stephen Jewett,
Frank B. Gates, S. P. Burton, George
L. Carlton and M. R. Hunnicutt.
The witnesses in the case are
Messrs. H. L. Anderson and J. V.
Burke of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs.
D. N. Waldron of Ocala, Mr. Larri Larri-mer
mer Larri-mer of Tampa, and the defendant,
Mr. Walter Ray.
All the testimony was completed at
3 o'clock this afternoon, and the at attorneys
torneys attorneys are now presenting their
case to the jury. The attorneys are
Messrs. Anderson & Anderson for the
complainant, and Messrs. H. M.
Hampton and William Hocker for the
I defense.
On account of the large sum in involved
volved involved this case has been fought to a
finish on every possible point by the
attorneys on both sides. Litigation
has been going "on for many yearsr
COMMENCEMENT MUSIC
The parties who have been request requested
ed requested to take part in the commencement
music at the Temple theater Sunday,
May -30th, are -requested to meet for
rehearsal in" the Baptist church Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, May 18th, at 8:15 p. m. A larg-
er chorus than usual has been decid
ed on, with the addition of a sixteen
piece orchestra, and this means
prompt attendance and attention to
rehearsals.". Albert E. Gerig.
TWELFTH AND THIRTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUITS
Added to the Legal Machinery of the
State
Tallahassee, May 18. The House
of Representatives yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon reconsidered its vote taken Sat Saturday
urday Saturday whereby it sustained the gov governor's
ernor's governor's veto to the bill creating a
twelfth judicial circuit, and by a vote
of 51 to 10 passed the bill over the
governor's veto providing for the
formation of a new circuit and the
appointment of two judges and two
state's attorneys in Duval and Nas Nassau
sau Nassau counties.
The Senate earlier in the day pass passed
ed passed a bill creating the thirteenth judi judicial
cial judicial circuit out of the counties of
Pasco and Pinellas and limiting the
boundaries of the sixth judicial cir circuit
cuit circuit to Hillsboro county. Now that
the House has passed the twelfth cir circuit
cuit circuit bill over the governor's veto the
final passage of the thirteenth circuit
bill is assured.
WHOLE FAMILY DEPENDENT
Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio,
writes: "Our whole family, depend on
Pine-Tar-Honey." Maybe some one in
your family has a severe cold per perhaps
haps perhaps it is the baby. The original Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is an ever
ready household remedy it gives im immediate
mediate immediate relief. Pine-Tar-Honey pene penetrates
trates penetrates the linings of the throat and
lungs, destroys the germs, and allows
nature to act. At your druggist, 25c.
Adv. tu-thu-fri-wky
SWEDEN AGAIN SUFFERS
Steamer Captured by a German Sub Sub-marine
marine Sub-marine Rotterdam, May 18. The Swedish
steamer Bjoris, bound for London,
was seized by a German submarine
and taken to Hamburg.
WHOOPING COUGH
"When my daughter had whooping
cough she coughed so hard at one time
that she had hemorrhage of the lungs.
I was terribly alarmed about her con 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 everywhere
where everywhere Adv.
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Mrs. Mills-Price Honor Guest at Auc Auction
tion Auction A popular Ocala girl who by her
marriage makes her home in a far
away state was the inspiration this
afternoon for a charming party when
Mrs. G. K. Robinson entertained at
3:30 o'clock at auction in compliment
to her daughter, Mrs. E. J. Mills Mills-Price,
Price, Mills-Price, who leaves shortly for her
home in -Boston.
Assembled for the games were
special friends who have entertained
the honoree during her visit to her
former home. The guests found
their places at the five card tables by
means of cunning little Dutch boy
tallies, hand-painted by Miss Robin Robinson.
son. Robinson. Sweet peas and dianthus at attractively
tractively attractively arranged in bowls and
vases adorned the rooms and while
the ladies were arriving and during
the games punch was served in the
hall by Miss Robinson.
At the conclusion of the several
progressions an ice course was relish relished.
ed. relished. The holder of top score was
awarded a pretty brown May basket
filled with dianthus. In entertaining
Mrs. Robinson was also assisted by
her pretty and interesting little
granddaughter, Miss Hope Mills Mills-Price.
Price. Mills-Price. Enjoying the afternoon informally
with the hostess and Mrs. Mills Mills-Price
Price Mills-Price were Mrs. C. H. Lloyd, Mrs.
Harvey Clark, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston,
Mrs. M. J. Roess, Mrs. R. L. Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, Mrs. F. T. Schreiber, Mrs. C. S.
Cullen, Mrs. J. H. Taylor, Mrs. M. G.
Chambers, Mrs. Charles Rheinauer,
Misses Janet Weathers, Hester Dew Dewey,
ey, Dewey, Adele Bittinger, Mamie Taylor,
Mary Piatt, Alice Bullock and Annie
Atkinson.
Mrs. Marian D. Harris returned
Monday from Gainesville, where she
has been for the last few months,
and will again make her home in this
city. Mrs. Harris' friends are glad
to have her with them again. She
has rooms with Mrs. A. Y.'Strunk.
,
Miss Margaret Wade of Fayette Fayette-villey.N.
villey.N. Fayette-villey.N. C, concluded today n. fort fortnight
night fortnight visit to Mrs. Eli A. Osborn,
leaving on the afternoon train for
Jacksonville.
Miss Emily Stotesbury is visiting in
Jacksonville, the guest of her nephew
and niece, Mr. and Mrs. G. H.Ford.
. . .,.... -i
Mrs. L. T. Izlaras convalescent
from her recent illness, which will be
welcome news to friends.
m m
Mrs. J. A. Spencer and daughters,
who have been with their cousin. Miss
Byrd Wartmann since the opening of
school last fall, leave in a few days
for Montreat, N. C, to spend the
summer, -- .-
Mr. Lester Lucas,, whose magnifi
cent ;bass vicejas-T -contributed.. to
the T-,succes,io iCoburn's minstrels for
several seasons and who has come" to
Ocala to spend the summer, is now a
member of Grace church choir.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LOST Somewhere between the
square and North Ocala, a gold
medal engraved with "Mabel on
one side, and on" other "Piano,
Chautauqua, 1915." -Reward will
given for its. return to this office. 6t
rooms two blocks from courthouse;
lights and water furnished; bath
connected; rates reasonable. Call
phone 509. 4-tf
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 jOklawaha avenue. 29-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at. the Co
loniaL 7-tf
ROOMS & BOARD Four large front
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrar M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-1 ma
FOR SALE 25,000 sweet potato
slips at $1.50 per thousand. C. Y.
Miller, Ocala, Fla., 104 Tenth
street. 5-10-tf
FOR SALE A rubber tired surry in
perfect condition, good as new. E.
M. Howard, Ocala, Fla. 14-12t
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A 23 23-acre
acre 23-acre improved farm three miles
from Ocala, quarter mile from hard
road; fenced; house and good well.
Will accept good horse and buggy
or diamond in part payment. Ad Address
dress Address P. O. Box 517, Ocala. 17-3-eod
FOR SALE One Medal, incubator,
120 egg capacity; cost $13, for $5.
J. T. Etty, 314 Daugherty street,
Ocala, Fla. 18-4t
FOR RENT No. 315 N. Orange St,
four rooms, $8 per month; also No.
323, N. Orange St., four rooms,
electric lights, $10 per month; both
newly papered and painted. W. C.
Blanchard, Agent. 18-12t

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NEBUCHADNEZZAR AND
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(Continued from Third Page)
th Bible to show God's purpose in
the future, and we find that Solo Solomon's
mon's Solomon's temple was God's house. In
I. Kings, chapter 5 and reading from
the fifth verse, Solomon, speaking,
said, "I propose to build an house
unto the name of the Lord my God,
as the -Lord spoke unto David my
father, saying, Thy son whom I will
set upon thy throne in thy room, he
shall build an house unto my name.
Only a type of that house that Christ
promised.
Then we find that God made a
promise direct to David concerning
this future temple and David had the
assurance that he should be in the
kingdom, because it was promised
him that the temple should be estab
lished before his face and also that
the one who should suffer for the sins
of the people should build an house
for God's name, and the throne of his
kingdom should last forever.
Solomon's temple has long gone out
of existence, but the Father's house
that is to be built when the Lord
Jesus takes all kingdoms to himself,
will stand forever.
David is simply sleeping in the
tomb at the present time waiting for
his greater son to call for him to
come forth, as he is the resurrection
and; the life.
So let us look at the proof of all
this. We find written in Samuel IL,
7th chapter and beginning at the 12th
verse, these words:
"And when thy days be fulfilled
and thou shalt sleep with thy fathers,
I will set up thy seed after thee,
which shall proceed out of the bowels,
and I will establish they kingdom. He
shall build an house for my name,
and I will establish the throne of his
kingdom forever. I will be his father
and he shall be my son. In suffering
for iniquity I will chasten him with
the rod of men (which was grief) and
the stripes due to the children of
Adam (which was death as Paul said
in Adam all die, and Christ was the
first to arise from the dead). But my
mercy shall not depart away from
him, as I took it from Saul whom I
put away before three. And thine
house and thy kingdom shall be es established
tablished established forever before thee: thy
throne shall be established forever."
So it can be plainly seen that all
this is yet future, and it will "be the
house of many mansions, that was
promised by the Lord himself which
will be situated ct Jerusalem, ihe city
of-the great king. Great king as it
is s.o termed by the Lord himself and
recorded in Mat. 5:33, saying that
Jerusalem is to become the city of the
great king. Also the Psalmist has
written in regard to the city of the
great king, saying, "Great is the Lord
and greatly to be praised in the city
of our God in the mountain of his
holiness. Beautiful for situation, the
joy of the whole earth is Mount Zion,
on the sides of the north, the city of
the great .king.'. ...
,JA king who will end all troubles
and all-nations be sblessed in him as
it ; is recorded in the 72nd Psalm :
"Give the king thy judgments O God,
and thy righteousness unto the king's
son."
He shall iudge thy people with
righteousness and thy poor with
judgmentr
He shall judge the poor of the peo people,
ple, people, he shall save the children of the
needy,, and shall break in pieces the
oppressor.
He shall come down like rain upon
the mown grass: as showers that wa water
ter water the earth.
In his days shall the righteous
flourish; and abundance of peace so
long as the moon endureth.
He shall have dominion from sea to
sea, and from the river unto the ends
of the earth.
They that dwell in the wilderness
shall bow before him; and his en enemies
emies enemies shall Jick the dust.
The kings of Tarshish and of the
isles shall bring presents; the kings
of Sheba and Seba shall offer gifts.
Yea, all kings shall fall down be before
fore before him; all nations shall serve him.
For he shall deliver the needs when
he crieth; the poor also, and him that
hath no helper.
His name. shall endure forever: his
name shall be continued as long as
the sun. And men shall be blessed in
him. All nations shall call him bless blessed.
ed. blessed. Blessed be the Lord God of Israel,
who only doeth wondrous things.
And blessed be his glorious name
forever, and let the whole earth be
filled with his glory. Amen and amen.
The prayers of David the son of
Jesse are ended."
Why did David say his prayers
were ended in regard to what is con contained
tained contained in this Psalm? Because in that
age the whole earth will be filled with
God's glory; the kingdom will be one
that will not only bring peace on
earth and good will to mankind but
the wild beasts will be changed in na nature,
ture, nature, poisonous reptiles will no more
be dreaded, as the prophet Isaiah's
testimony shows in chapter 65:25,
"The wolf and the lamb shall feed to together,
gether, together, and the lion shall eat straw
like the bullock, and dust shall be the
Serpent's meat. They shall not hurt
nor destroy in all my holy mountain,
saith the Lord." Again in chapter
11:6-10 "The wolf also shall dwell
with the lamb, and the leopard shall
lie down with the kid, and the calf and
the young lion and the fatling to together;
gether; together; and a little child shall lead
them. And the cow and the bear
shall feed, their young ones shall lie
down together, and the lion shall eat
straw like the ox. And the suckling

child shall play on the hole of, the
asp, and the weaned child shall put
his hand on the cockatrice's den. They
shall not hurt nor destroy in all my
holy mountain, for the earth shall be
full of the knowledge of the Lord, as
the waters cover, the sea. And in
that day there shall be a root of Jes Jesse,
se, Jesse, which shall stand for an ensign of
the ptople; to it shall the Gentiles
seek, and his rest shall be glorious.
We can plainly see by these pas passages
sages passages that there is a beautiful age in
store for this planet. In all proba probability
bility probability this glorious state of affairs ex existed
isted existed in the days of Adam before he
disobeyed God's law, but on account
of his disobedience there was a curse
put upon the earth for man's sake
and not only the ravenous beasts and
reptiles are the enemy of 'mankind,
but man himself has sought out many
inventions that theyymight slay one
another, and today we have nation
coming against nation and kingdom
against kingdom, wars and rumors of
wars, as he said "When you see these
things coming to pass know that the
time is near for his second coming."
Then shall come to pass the prom promise
ise promise of the Deity as it is written in
Isaiah 65:17-19, he. will create new
heavens and a new earth.
(To, be Continued)
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and in a few days you will know by
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keener mind, brighter eyes and clear clearer
er clearer skin that the bad blood is passing
out, and new rich, pure blood is fill filling
ing filling your veins and arteries.
The same good blood will cause pim pimples,
ples, pimples, acne eczema and all skin erup eruptions
tions eruptions to dry up and disappear. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is
the helpful remedy that nearly every everyone
one everyone needs. It contains no alcohol or
narcotics of any kind. It cleanses the
blood and every organ through Vhich
the blood flows is benefitted. Get it
today at any medicine dealer in liq liquid
uid liquid or tablet form.
Dr. Pierce's 1000-page illustrated
book, "The People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser," is sent free on re receipt
ceipt receipt of 3 dimes, or stamps, to pay
cost of mailing only. Address Dr. V.
M. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Ad. 23.
BEGINNING TO ROOT
THEM OUT OF BELGIUM
Kaiser's Men Driven to Eastern Bank
of Yser Canal
Berlin, May 18 It ia officially ad admitted
mitted admitted that the Germans have with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn to the east bank' of the Ypres
canal after a battle lasting many
days. The Germans continue to at attack,
tack, attack, the English south of Neuve
Chappelle.
V
MAN TAKES HIS OWN MEDICINE
IS AN OPTIMIST
He has absolute faith in his medi medicinehe
cinehe medicinehe knows when he takes it for
certain ailments he gets relief. People
who take Dr. King's New Discovery
for an irritating cold are optimists
they know this cough remedy will pen penetrate'
etrate' penetrate' the linings of the throat, kill
the germs, and open the way for na nature
ture nature to act. You can't destroy a cold
by superficial treatment you must
go to the cause of the trouble. Be an
optimist. Get a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery today. tu-th-fri-w
RUSSIANS WON ALONG
THE DNEISTER RIVER
Austrians Lost the Battle and Thou Thousands
sands Thousands of Men
Petrograd, May 18. The Austrians
were routed along the entire Dneister
front. The Russians captured twenty
thousand men.
BEST THING FOR
A BILIOUS ATTACK
. "On account of my confinement in
the printing office I have for 'years,
been a chronic sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I had an attack that was so severe
that I was not able to go to the case
for two days. Failing to get any re relief
lief relief from any other treatment,' I took
three of Chamberlain's Tablets and
the next day I felt like a new man,"
writes H. C Eailey, editor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
NOTICE
Of Application for Pardon
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, who at the spring term,
A. D. 1912, of the circuit court in and
for Marion county, Florida, was con convicted
victed convicted and was sentenced at said
term of said court to be imprisoned
in the state prison for a term of 15
years on a charge of manslaughter of
May A. Fort, will, at the June, 1915.
meeting of the Board of Pardons of
the state of Florida, at Tallahassee,
Florida, apply to said board for a full
and complete pardon from the said
offense.
17-10f J.V. Fort.
LAME BACK
Lame back is usually due to rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back with Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere.
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WILL CALL
Residence 415 S. Orange St. Phone 102

AN IMPORTANT MATTER
For the Attention of Members of
John M. Martin Camp Sons of
Confederate Veterans
Your annual dues of one dollar as
a member of the John M. Martin
Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans
are now due. Our interest in having
these dues paid immediately is two twofold,
fold, twofold, viz: Our number of delegates
to Richmond and their voting power
is limited in proportion to the num number
ber number of paid up members in our camp.
There are over one hundred members
on pur, roll, and if all dues are paid
up promptly, it will give us an ex
cellent 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 that
we may do our utmost to give the
veterans who. will be. our guests the
very .best state .reunion- they have
had. ..
. The time Is. very shortr and if you
have not. already paid your dues, the
officers of the camp will greatly ap
preciate your prompt payment there thereof
of thereof to Mr. Henry D. Stokes, our camp
treasurer." Yours respectfully,
D.' Kiel Ferguson, Comdt.
WHITE MAN WITO BLACK LIVER
The liver is a blood purifier. It was
thought at one time it was the seat
of the passions. The trouble with most
people is that their liter becomes
black because of impurities in the
blood due to bad physical states, caus causing
ing causing biliousness, headache, dizziness
and constipation. Dr. King's New
Life Pills will clean up the liver, and
give you new life. 25 cents at your
druggist. tu-thu-fri-w
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. T roller's. "4-tf
flOW MRS nARROD 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.
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
SOME FORMS OF
RHEUMATISM CURABLE
Rheumatism is a disease character characterized
ized characterized by pains in the joints and in the
muscles. The most common form
are: acute and chronic rheumatism
rheuamtic headaches, sciatic rheuma rheumatism
tism rheumatism and lumbago. All of thes types
can be helped absolutely by applying
some good liniment that penetrates
An application of Sloan's Liniment
two or three times a day to the affect affected
ed affected part will give instant relief. Sloan's
Liniment is good for pain, ari espe especially
cially especially rheumatic pain, because it pen penetrates
etrates penetrates to the seat of the trouble
.soothes the afflicted part and draws
the pain. "Sloan's Liniment is all
medicine." Get a 25c. bottle now.
Keep it handy in case of emergency.
Adv. tu-thu-fri-wky
VEGETABLES. BULK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily.. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe, tf
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, thebeit,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf

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CimiMOS
SEVERE PUIIISIIlECT
v
Of Uru OippsH, cf Era :Yc
ML Airy, N. C. Airs. S?rih M. C:v
pcll of this town, says: "i Euff:r?i 6r
live years with worr.anly trcutlrv-f
stomach troubles, and my panisiiirtnt
was more than any one coula tzlL
"- ;! tried most every kind c! 'rzti'.zlzzr
bd none did riie any good, .. ..-'
' ..-' I read one day about CardtiL the
man's tonic, and 1 decided to try it I
had not taken bat about six bottles uiiJ
I was almost cured. It did use rsore
rood than all the other xnediciaej I had
tried, put together.
My friends, began rskingj me wby I
looked-so well, and 1 totdthtni bout
CarduL Several are now taking iL"
Do you, lady reader, suffer front zny
of the aJments due to womanly trouble,
such" as. headache, backache, Eldeattt;
sleeplessness,and that evcTlaslir-! tired
feeling? t, -----
- If so, let US' urge you Id rive C'.-l'.': z z-trial.
trial. z-trial. : We feel coaficentit will jch
lust as4 it has a million, other- v,ocr,tn .i
the past half century. r
Be jin taking Cardui to-day. Ycu
won't regret iL All druggists.
Writ ChArt3or K5'dn D" La-fiM
kdraorj D Cmaixei. Tnn., tor
'rmcttnt OTfOur CM fctvd til? fcocif yr,
-ttraaot lor Won!." la pixin wtxpxm. i.'C 1 .4
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GofJorabvC:
MERCHANTS & MINERS TK!!S.Q
Steamship Lines
.
Jacksonville :
to :
"
Boston
fWcw YorLr
Baltimore
W&shlsQton
PhlladelpMa
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wirele&3 telegraph ctx all
steamers. Through fares' 'and' t!cketa.
to all Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried..
For reservations, tickets, etc
fL C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent, ComL -Agt.
J. F. WARD, T. P. A. :3
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,
Jacksonville, Fla
WANTED
CHINESE AND FLORIDA SPECKL SPECKLED
ED SPECKLED VELVET BEANS FOR SEED
1914 CROP. GIVE QUANTITY AND
PRICE.
I
E. C. BEUCHLEH,
ANTHONY, FLA.
We want you to step in and see our
line of FOUNTAIN SYRINGES and
water bottles, all prices. The Court
Pharmacy. t
SEE IrJK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes tlu
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh -vegetx les, milk and eggs, tf
W. K. Lane, 3L tX, Vnyitclaia eaj
Surgeon, spertlss Eye, Er,
and Thnat., Law Library Ball
Ocala, 'Fla.