The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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English
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Porter & Harding
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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REPORTED THAT AUSTRIA HAS OFFERED ADDITIONAL COIICESSIIS
BIT DIE TOO FAR TQ SECEDE

Ronie, May 19. The Official Gaz Gazette
ette Gazette today published a royal decree,
placing the control of all railroads
and stations in the hands of the mil military
itary military authorities, and empowered
them to prohibit suspected persons
from traveling on trains or approach approaching
ing approaching the railroads.
Travelers are warned that they
must not look from the car windows
at certain points. Persons approach approaching
ing approaching bridges or tunnels will be impris imprisoned.
oned. imprisoned. Troops are authorized to fire
on the offenders.
It is reported that Austria will en entrust
trust entrust its interests to the United
States in the event of war, which is
believed inevitable. Germany will
ask Switzerland to undertake a sim sim-.
. sim-. ilar task. :
- Foreign Minister Sonnino has in in-.
. in-. formed the council, of ministers that
' Austria has offered additional terri territorial
torial territorial concessions to Italy.
Forty person's are reported, killed
' and hundreds wounded by Austrian
troops in quelling an uprising at
, Tola. Italian homes in Pola were
sacked.
ITALIAN REVOLT AT POLA
Dispatches from Trieste report a
revolt in the Austrian Arsenal at
Pola. It is asserted that 10,000 Ital Italians
ians Italians employed 1 there came in conflict
with the troops.-,, k
IT IS: INEVITABLE
Amsterdam, May 19. A Berlin
dispatch says the impression received
by the majority of persons who heard
the speech of Chancellor Von Beth Beth-mann
mann Beth-mann Hollwegg, at the opening of
the Reichstag yesterday, was that
war with Italy is inevitable.
SAFETY FIRST
Rome, May 19. Several cases of
trunks belonging to German Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Buelow. and Special Austrian
Asbassador Von Macchio, believed to
contain embassy documents, have al already
ready already been sent out of the country.
WALKING PAPERS WANTED
London, May 19. -A Central News
dispatch from Rome says the Gior Gior-nalo
nalo Gior-nalo D'ltalia newspaper announces
that German Ambassador Von Bue Buelow
low Buelow and Special Austrian Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador Von Maccsio have demanded their
passports.
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BETTOLO IS CONFIDENT
.Rome, May 19. Admiral Bettolo,
fe minister of marine,asked his
vie2 of the political situation, said:
"My impression is that we undoubt undoubted
ed undoubted ly will fight and that we are ab absolutely
solutely absolutely certain to win."
ITALY SURE TO GO IN
Sentiment of the People Makes War a
Certainty
Rome, May 19. Apparently aban abandoning
doning abandoning all hope of preventing war
former Premier Giolitti left Rome
last night. Lacking a leader the neu-
tralists are expected to make no ser-j
ious opposition when parliament con-'
venes. The session will be short and
will be devoted to voting funds fori
war and to giving the government full ;
power to act. Sentiment in favor -jf
war is overwhelming. Neutrality
leaders have generally gone into hid hiding,
ing, hiding, fearing hostile 'demonstrations.
Formal Declaration of War is Near
Mobilization has virtually begun.
The offices of the ministers of war
and marine are kept open all night
and the clerks and officials are work working
ing working in relays, preparing for war with
Austria. There will be no cessation
night or day until the Italian army is
afield and the navy is started into
action. A strange calmness prevails
in the capital. All believe that a for formal
mal formal declaration of war is at hand.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

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ITALIAN PEOPLE
CEBTAIII
(Associated Press)
jlll'T REP LY,
-IHIS WEEK
BUT IT IS CONSIDERED PROBA PROBABLE
BLE PROBABLE THAT CONCESSIONS
WILL BE MADE BY
BERLIN
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 19. Official in information
formation information was received here today
that the German reply to the Am American
erican American note will not be completed for
a week.. It probably will not reach
Washington for at least ten days. It
is known with some definiteness that
Germany will indicate a willingness
to make some concessions.
WILL PROBABLY DEFER REPLY
A WEEK
Washington, May 19- Two impor important
tant important factors are working to delay for
another week Germany's reply to the
Lusitania note.
First, the next few days are ex expected
pected expected to show whether Germany
will be confronted with a new mili military
tary military situation by the entrance of Italy
into the war.
Second, interested diplomats here
believe the" interim of delay will re reveal
veal reveal whether the United States of its
own initative will send a general pro protest
test protest to the allies against alleged vio violations
lations violations of international lay by its re re-garding
garding re-garding commerce with -neutral Euro European
pean European countries.
PAY OR NOT PAY
Teddy May Have to-Shell Out More
than Six -Cents this Time
(Associated Press)
Syracuse, N. Y., May 19. Oppos Opposing
ing Opposing counsel in the William Barnes
! libel suit against Theodore Roosevelt
summed up their cases today in the
state supreme court. Taking of tes testimony
timony testimony was completed late yesterday.
According to present plans, the case
will be in the jury's hands before noon
tomorrow.
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 our 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 important
portant important of all, Ocala will entertain
the state reunion of Confederate Vet Veterans
erans Veterans this fall, and as a part of your
dues are retained by our local camp,
we are very anxious to increase our
treasury as much as possible, so that
we may do our utmost to give the
veterans who will be our guests the
very best state reunion they have
had. "S
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 paymen there thereof
of thereof to Mr. Henry D. Stokes,- our camp
treasurer. Yours respectfully,
D. Niel Ferguson, Comdt.
Give her a box of NORRIS' CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES the best made. The Court
Pharmacy. tf

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OCALA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1915

THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

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THE COHFLICT
DOT ITALY HAS PR08A-
RIGGS BANK IS RESENTFUL
Of the Breaking Up of Its Special
Privileges by Government
Officials
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 19. Argument
of counsel on motion to dismiss the
temporary injunction secured by the
Riggs National Bank against Secre Secretary
tary Secretary McAdoo, Comptroller Williams
and Treasurer Burke is going on in
the supreme court today. Samuel
Untermeyer of counsel for the accus accused
ed accused government officials, argued that
the inexcusable hostility by the Riggs
bank, which charges conspiracy to
wreck it, against McAdoo and -Williams
was the. basis of the suit. He
declared the removal of the "pipe
line" between the Riggs and National
City Bank of New York, and the
withdrawal of "special privileges'
aroused the bank's resentment.
MISS ADDAMS'
USELESS MISSION
Will Lead a Delegation to Berlin to
Plead for Cessation of War
The Hague, May 19. A delega delegation
tion delegation from the international congress,
headed by Miss Jane Addams of Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, left here yesterday for Berlin
to intercede with Germany for peace.
A GREAT OPPORTUNITY
To have your piano put into finest
tune or repaired by a genuine expert
piano tuner and repairer, formerly 12
years with Steinway & Sons, New
York. Absolute satisfaction guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed or no pay. Terns, $2.50 for
short time only. Here is your chance.
Address Geo. P. Raymond, care the
Wisteria House, Ocala. 19-lt
A very difficult operation was per performed'
formed' performed' at the hospital this morning
on Mr. E. C. McLeod. Mr. McLeod,
some days ago, while inspecting some
canning work, had the misfortune to
swallow a triangular piece of tin, one
of the scraps left when cutting three
can lids out of a sheet. This piece of
tin went into his windpipe and work worked
ed worked its way into his lung. A search
was made for it yesterday, without
effect. By use of the Xray, the frag fragment
ment fragment was located, and was removed
this morning by a most difficult op operation,
eration, operation, in which several Ocala sur surgeons
geons surgeons took part. We have no time
to describe the operation today, but
must say it was one of those that
marked the pi ogress of surgical skill.
A few ytnrs ago, it would have beh
impossible to locate the piece of tin,
let alone remove it; and death would
have been only a matter of time.
The Star this morning had group
pictures taken of the members of the
graduating class of the Ocala high
school and their principal, Mr. Cas Cas-sels.
sels. Cas-sels. The pictures were taken by
Photographer Johnson. Two sets of
the photos were taken one with the
class grouped in the south of main
entrance to the school, and the other
at the western end. Mr. Cassels was
bashful about being in the pictures,
but the young folks insisted on his
lining up with them. The group will
be published in the Star's commence commencement
ment commencement edition, with the essays and
orations of the graduates. As it never
is possible to do full justice to such
pictures in a newspaper cut, the Star
would advise all friends of the grad graduates
uates graduates to secure copies from the pho photographer,
tographer, photographer, Mr. W. W. Johnson, at his
studio over Fishel's store.
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line vf
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
bay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.

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WILL LOOK AFTER THEIR
EVENT

(Associated Press)

Washington, May 19. Austria and
Italy have asked the United States to
care for their diplomatic interests at
Rome and Vienna respectively in the
event of severange of diplomatic re relations.
lations. relations. The United States has in instructed
structed instructed its embassies at the two
capitals to be in readiness to do so.
STATE REFORM SCHOOL MAY
BE LOCATED AT OCALA
President Rogers of the Board of
Trade received a letter today from
Representative Crosby, saying there
was a, prospect that the state might
purchase the Marion Farms, and re remove
move remove the reform school now at Mar Mar-ianna
ianna Mar-ianna to them; and remove the con convicts
victs convicts to the present reform school lo location
cation location at Marianna. It is easy to see
it would, be a good move for all con concerned.
cerned. concerned. President Rogers has called
a special meeting of J the board of
governors for this evening, to con consider
sider consider the matter.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
The McKay-Ray case in the circuit
court is now in -its third day's hear hearing.
ing. hearing. Mr. Robert L. Anderson Jr., for
the plaintiff, and ., Messrs. H. M.
Hampton and William Hocker for the
defense, made their arguments be before
fore before the jury during the forenoon.
Mr.. R. L. Anderson is making the
closing argument in the case his aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Judge Bullock's cLarge will
probably be delivered daring the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and the case left with ths
jury.
PRIMARY SCHOOL' WILL m i
PROVE ITS PROFICIENCY
The patrons and friends of the pri primary
mary primary school are cordially invited to
call at 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.
BERLIN
Berlin, May 17. Well, the rain has
come at last and the farmers- are all
smiles now.
Mr. Willie Mills came up from .Win .Winter
ter .Winter Garden a few days ago to visit
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mills.
He will probably spend two-or three
months in Berlin looking, after his
farming interests.
Mrs. II. W. Rawls and children of
Ocala, who have been the guests of
friends and relatives here for the
past week returned home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C P. Howell and love lovely
ly lovely daughter, Miss Margaret, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. J McCully
last Sunday afternoon.
Miss Sarah Ferguson, who has
just closed a very successful term of
school at Waldo, returned to her
home here last Saturday.
Misses Legie and Oda Blitch of
Blitchton, were callers at the home
of the Misses McCully Saturday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. --
Little Miss Blanche Mann and
brother, Master Maynard Mann of
Winter Garden, are visiting their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Mills.
The truckers are all very busy
shipping their produce for which
they are receiving fairly good prices.
COMMENCEMENT MUSIC
The parties who have been request requested
ed requested to take part in the commencement
music at the Temple theater Sunday,
May 20th, are requested to meet for
rehearsal in the Baptist church Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, May 18th, at 8:15 p. m. A larg larger
er larger chorus than usual has been decid decided
ed decided on, with the addition of a sixteen
piece orchestra, and this means
prompt attendance and attention to
rehearsals. Albert E. Gerig.
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 public
lic public is already aware of the good
things these ladies can cook, so let
everybody get their supper at the
armory Thursday evening. 15-5t

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DIPLOMATIC AFFAIRS III
OF WAR
CABINET ABOUT
TO CRUMBLE
BRITISH GOVERNMENT WILL BE
RECONSTRUCTED ON A
BROADER BASIS
(Associated Press)
London, May 19. Premier Asquith
announced In the House of Commons
today that steps are in contemplation
which involve the reconstruction of
the government upon a broader per personal
sonal personal political basis. This indicated
definitely that some form of cabinet
organization is in prospect.
A' COALITION CABINET
London, .May 19. The resignation
of the veteran sailor Lord Fisher,
from the" post of first sea lord of the
admiralty because he and his nomi nominal
nal nominal civilian superior, Winston Spen Spencer
cer Spencer Churchill, first lord of the admir admiralty,
alty, admiralty, could not work together, is
probably the' first step toward a
sweeping reorganization of the Brit British
ish British government.
A coalition cabinet, comprising the
strongest men of both political par parties,
ties, parties, is believed to be the probable
solution of the government's -difficulties.
"
COMMENCEMENT
ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS
The memoers of the chorus and or
chestra for.-commencement, music are
requested tojneet for rehearsal at the
Baptist church Thursday evening,
May 20th, at 8:15 o'clock.
A. E. Gerig.
REDDICK W. C. T. U.
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On May the 7th the Reddick : Worn
en's Christian Temperance Union met
at the home of Mrs. R. C Hull to
celebrate her 93rd birthday. Grand Grandma,
ma, Grandma, as she is familiarly called, has
been crippled for several years, but
with the aid of crutches gets about
and looks after the affairs of her
household. She cut and made with
her own hands the dress and cap she
wore on this occasion, without the
use, of glasses. Grandma is a mem member
ber member of the W. C. T. U. and rejoices to
hear of the good that is being done
through this organization. There was
present at this meeting Mrs. C. P.
Cam, aged 83, who is also a member
of the W. C. T. U. After the pro program
gram program which was enjoyed by all, had
been rendered, the guests were invit invited
ed invited out to the dining room where a
bountiful feast prepared by the aged
hostess was enjoyed. The W. C. T.
U. ladies served ice cream and cake.
All expressed themselves as having a
most delightful time and departed
feeling that at least one heart had
been made glad.
3IONTHLY REPORT
At the meeting of the Y. W. A.
Missionary Society of the Philatheas
of the Baptist church Sunday morn morning
ing morning there were 26 present. This class
has given $50 for half of this year
for the Y. W. A. missions work by
the members in a month; 36 visits
were made to those who were absent;
eight visits made to the sick; 10
bouquets of flowers were sert out
and $9.50 given to those in need.
Garnette Bose, Chairman.
The members of Tulula Lodge, I.
O. O. F., had another social session at
their meeting last night. Mr. Lawton
Smith, who has been progressing
thru the degrees for some weeks, at attained
tained attained the third at this meeting, and
found himself right in the' middle of
a good fix. After the usual happy
exchange of views, refreshments,
consisting of fruit punch and cake,
were served, and much enjoyed. The
cake was contributed by Mrs. H. D.
Stokes, and was so good that the
lodge thought it deserved a vote of
thanks. Tulula Lodge has made up
its mind to have something doing at
every meeting, to it isnt good policy
for any member to stay away.

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DEFEAT III GAUCIA IS 11HPBKR
ALIO DISASTROUS

PROGRESS REIII6 MADE BV
THEY PAY A
(Associated
London, May 19 Information from
various sources indicates that the
Russian defeat in Galicia has reach
ed serious proportions. British cor
respondents in Petrograd today ad
mitted the Russians have been forced
back along a 200-mile line. The state statement
ment statement is made however, that the Teu Teutons
tons Teutons have not thus far won a victory
of decisive strategic importance and
that their losses have been enormous.
ALLIES HOLD THEIR WESTERN
GROUND
In France and Belgium, rains and
thick mist make vigorous motion im impossible.
possible. impossible. The allies however hold
their recent gains, although unable to
move forward.
PAYING A BIG PRICE
Reports here .indicate that Turk Turkish
ish Turkish opposition to the allies .land
forces is unusually strong and that
the allies have paid a fearful price
for the ground recently won.
OTTOMANS RECEIVED MORE
AMMUNITION
... London, May 19. An AthenV'di's AthenV'di's-patch
patch AthenV'di's-patch crtys U Is reported that' the al allies
lies allies landed fresh troops Mondajr night
on" the Asiatic side of the Darda Dardanelles.
nelles. Dardanelles. 1
It is learned that the Turks have
just received an ample supply of ar artillery
tillery artillery ammunition. They had been
short for weeks.
f SUNK ANOTHER STEAMER
-Cardiff, Wales, May 19. Ths Brit British
ish British steamer Drum tree has been sub submarined
marined submarined in the English channel. The
crew was saved. The steamer left
Barry yesterday.
SUNK AN AUSTRALIAN SUB
London, .May 19. The admiralty
confirms the report that the Austra Australian
lian Australian submarine AE-2 has been sunk
in the Dardanelles. The statement
says her crew was made prisoners'by
the Turks. The Turkish communica communication
tion communication of May 11th said Turkish war warships
ships warships sunk the submarine.
ALACHUA COUNTY CAN
SUPPORT THE FAIR
A special from Tallahassee to the
Gainesville Sun says:
"The Alachua county commissioners
will now be permitted to levy a one one-mill
mill one-mill tax for the purpose of support supporting
ing supporting the ccunty fair.
"The matter is left to the discre discretion
tion discretion of the commissioners as to wheth whether
er whether the levy made, and it may be
discontinued at any time hey so de decide.
cide. decide. The bill passed the Senate to today
day today on a waiver of the rules, asked
for by Senator Roland, and went to
the House for its concurrence. The
twin bill was introduced in the House
this morning by Mr. Adkins.
"The State Board of Dental Ex Examiners
aminers Examiners will now become a fact, the
bill having passed in the House to today
day today and was sent to the Governor
for hi3 approval.
AMERICANS OUT OF
DANGER FROM INDIANS
Can Diego, CaL, May 19. The
ciulser Colorado which left here Mon Mon-day
day Mon-day with two .companies of marines,
to aid, if necessary, American colo colonists
nists colonists who have been fighting Indians
in the Yaqui valley, Mexico, returned
to San Diego last night. Admiral
Thoma3 B. Howard received word
while off the coast of Lower Cali California
fornia California from Commander Thomas Ma Ma-gruder
gruder Ma-gruder of the cruiser Raleigh at
Guaymas that the Americans were in
no danger and abandoned the trip.
SHEET 3IUSIC! If its published,
we have it or can get for you. LAT
TNERS Piano Store. 4-21-tf.

LOCAL NEWS
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FEARFUL PRICE
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PRESIDENT OF PRINCETON
NOT A PACIFICIST
Disagrees with the Mollycoddles who
Favor Disarmament
(Associated Press)
Mohonk Lake, N. Y May 19 Dr.
John Grier Hibben, president of
Princeton University, today told tha
Lake Mohonk conference on interna international
tional international arbitration that he favored
"a wise preparedness- of mi'itary
forces in the United States." He took
issue with the pacificists, who favor favored
ed favored disarmament.
INDEPENDENT NATION FOR
THE YAQUI INDIANS
San Diego, May 19 The Yaqui
Indians who have been besieging the
white settlers at Sonora, Mexico,
Mexico,, have issued a proclamation
declaring the Yaqui nation at war
with Mexico. The Indians have cap captured
tured captured a pumping station near Em-
ryiV.Iwrfere-there is located rail-
rb;1dkhQps"'vaftied at ten million dol dollars;'
lars;' dollars;' '
WATCH OUT FOIL SORE-nEAD
This is the time of year that
chicken pox or sore-head begins to
make its way into the flock. As the
weather gets warmer, the disease
spreads more rapidly. Many dollars
are lost each year thru this dread dis disease.
ease. disease. v Last spring and early- L-ycamer
one could see flocks everywhere dying
off in great numbers with chicken
pox.
Sore-head is a useless evil. It can
not be cured, but can-be easily pre prevented.
vented. prevented. All that is necessary is to
see that the- following precautions
are strictly observed in plenty of
time. First, spray every crack and
crevice about the coops and fences of
the runs with a good tar preparation,
or plain kerosene and carbolic acid,
ten parts of oil to one of the acid.
This must be done now and repeated

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at least once every two weeks thru thru-out
out thru-out the summer. This keeps the pests
away from the chickens. Sore-head

is caused from the bite of these
pests, such as the mosquito, red mites,
fleas, chiggers. Second, the roosting
places must be kept scrupulously
clean. Remove the droppings once a
week. Third, the roosting place and
feed grounds or boards must be kept
perfectly dry. Fourth, the fowls
must be fed only the best feeds. Nev Nev-t
t Nev-t feed musty or mouldy chick feed.
But only that feed which has whole,
sound grains of wheat, and other
mall grains, and Che cracked corn
free from mold-or must. Fifth, the

chickens must have enough exercise, 1

but must be kept out of the hot sun.
Provide plenty of shade. Make ar
tificial shade if you have no natural
ihade. Lastly, give the fowls pure,
clean water twice daily.
Now is the time to separate the
pullets from the cockerels. Fatten
the cockerels by feeding corn meal
mash (wet) at noon in addition to the
regular feed. Keep the pullets grow growing.
ing. growing. Feed them all the sprouted
oats you can get them to eat twice a
day. This will make them develop to
the egg stage much earlier without
"forcing them. March pullets should
lay in this climate the first of Sep September,
tember, September, the smaller breeds even ear earlier
lier earlier than thi3. Poultry Crank.
LAME nCK
Lame hack is usuaiiy 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-massacring the back with Chaa Chaa-bci
bci Chaa-bci Iain's Liniment two or three titn
a day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, MAT 19, 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
B. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at OcrV, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

gustine, West Florida Would "go wet."
Whether this would work or not, this
is the scheme, as learned by the
aforesaid gentleman. One thing you
may say for the liquor interests, is
that "they never sleep." Neither does
the enemy of all mankind.
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ARE LOYAL TO AMERICA

In the north and west are a large
number of rifle clubs,-made up most mostly
ly mostly of German-Americans. The New
York World having asked the leaders
of these organizations what would be
their attitude in case of war between
America and Germany, has received
the following replies:
Sioux City
Sioux City, la., May 15. "We will
stand by the president to the last
ditch, though it should necessitate
our taking 'up arms against our be beloved
loved beloved Fatherland," Rudolph Beerend,

president of Deutscher Kriegerbund
von Nord Amerika, the American
branch of the Sons of German Vet Veterans,
erans, Veterans, whose loyalty to Germany has
been a prominent feature of the Eu European
ropean European war, made this statement to today.
day. today. He was speaking for more than
9,000 prominent German-Americans.
"Our thoughts are of America
first," Dr. Beerend continued. It was
the first public utterance he had made
since the outbreak of the war.
"All of our members able to bear
arms will enlist under the banner of

adopted country in case war is

declared," he continued.

Philadelphia
" Philadelphia, May 15. Emil Guen Guen-ther,
ther, Guen-ther, president of the Guenther Lum Lumber
ber Lumber Company, a member of the Union
League and a leading spirit in the
Schuetzen Berein, said today:
"Expressions'of loyalty to the pres president
ident president by citizens of German birth are
neither new nor unexpected. From
the day that Pastor Muhlenburg laid
aside his clerical robes and stood
forth in the full uniform of the Con Continental
tinental Continental army, throughout the Civil
War, when men of German extraction
were found among officers and pri privates,
vates, privates, to the present day whenever
our government has been in x need,
there has never been, a call unanswer unanswered
ed unanswered by the former sons of the Father Fatherland
land Fatherland and their descendants."
"Let us not speak of war," said
Franz Ehrlich, jr., counsel for the
Pennsylvania branch of the German German-American
American German-American Alliance, which in this city
has a membership of 45,000. "I do not
believe the United States will become
involved in a war, but if it does,
German-Americans will be found
fighting for the land' of our adoption,
shoulder to shoulder with every true
citizen of the United States.
"Every American should heartily
support the president's declaration,"
Mr. Ehrlich continued. "The loyalty
of the" German-American to the Unit United
ed United States cannot be disputed. There
is an. old saying, 'Love of country is
born in" love of home.' America is
our country and our home, just as of
that of all other Americans. The
loyalty and patriotism of German German-Americans
Americans German-Americans will never be found want wanting."
ing." wanting." Cincinnati"
- Cincinnati, O., May 15. Herman
. Roelcker laughed today when asked
what he thought the attitude of the
German shooting societies of the city
would be in case of a war with Ger Germany.
many. Germany. Mr. Roelcker is "king" of one of the
largest of these organizations and a
member of four others, one of these
being composed of former, soldiers.
"We are all Americans now," said Mr.
Roelcker. "We have been naturalized,
have sworn to uphold America. That
is what we would do, stand by our
country.
"We have nothing to do now with
Germany. There are at least 1,000
members of German shooting socie societies
ties societies in this city, and I know all of
these men are loyal Americans, who
would aid this country in case of a
war with Germany.
Chicago
Chicago, May 15. Officers of the
Chicago Schuetzen Verein, the only
German shooting corps in Chicago,
said it would be absurd to suppose
that their organization would not
support the United States to a man in
the event of difficulties with Ger Germany.
many. Germany. Circuit Judge George Kersten,
president of the club, said that num numerous
erous numerous enlistments might be expected
among the younger members.
"Above all," said Emil Demme,
treasurer, "we are Americans. The
United States stands first in our
hearts, for it; is the land we have
chosen as our home. To a man we
will support President Wilson in
whatever he does."
Similar opinions were expressed by
Police Lieut. Max Heidelmeier, comp comptroller
troller comptroller of the organization, and for former.
mer. former. Sheriff Zimmer, who was an of official
ficial official of the Schuetzen Verein.

ing him of the fact that he had been
appointed one of the delegates at
large from the United States to the
Ninth International Purity Congress
which meets in San Francisco July 7
to 12."

Several days ago Postmaster Mc Mc-Kinstry
Kinstry Mc-Kinstry received instructions to have
counted all letters and other mail
posted during the morning prior to
8:30 o'clock, the purpose being to
ascertain if there is sufficient demand
to place a locked pouch on the A. C.
L. train which is scheduled to leave
Gainesville at 9 a. m. for. Ocala.
Gainesville Sun.
The Star can assure the Sun that
such a mail is needed and would be
appreciated.

DARROW'S DOCTRINE

REV. J. B. LEY HONORED

The Orlando Sentinel of the 18th
says: "Rev. J. B. Ley, pastor of the
Methodist church, was signally hon honored
ored honored yesterday when he received a
letter from President Wilson inf orm-

INFORMATION ABOUT AMERICA

The Germans claim to be an ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly well-informed people, and
they also claim that the Americans
are fed on English lies, but the follow following
ing following are specimens of the' kind of stuff
their own papers are giving them:
The Hamburger Freindenblatt says:
"The United States government is
now in an awkward position. The
policy of President Wilson has appar apparently
ently apparently not taken the -English threat to
destroy German trade as seriously as
it was intended, and has consequently
offended all parties with its measures.
Lack of employment is steadily on the
increase; in New York City alone
there are said to be 300,000 people
out of work, and the troubles in Mex Mexico
ico Mexico and the China-Japanese war make

matters still worse. The Germans

and the Irish have turned against the

government because its attitude is fa favorable
vorable favorable toward England. The Amer

icans, on the other hand, object that
the country would be ruined if the gi gigantic
gantic gigantic export- of weapons, ammuni ammunition,
tion, ammunition, horses, clothing, wool and pro provisions
visions provisions had not saved the situation.
Their attitude, in the East continues
to be anti-German, but in the South
there is also a great animosity to
England because cotton cannot be .ex .exported;
ported; .exported; the West is for the most part
pro-German. The press is no real
guide to the feeling amongst the peo people.
ple. people. The conflict between China and
Japan, which is of such great im importance
portance importance to the United States, does
not affect the people at all. This
shows how their political instinct is to
be estimated. President Wilson's re reelection
election reelection seems to be out of the ques question;
tion; question; the whole country will feel it
badly if they make Germany their en enemy.
emy. enemy. The day of reckoning will not
fail to come, and Germany will not be
the loser."
Der Tag, Berlin, says:
"President Wilson is very much
troubled by the drowning of so many
American citizens. We Germans sin sincerely
cerely sincerely share his feelings, but we see
in the Lusitania affair one of the
many cruel necessities which a strug struggle
gle struggle for existence brings with it.
"If, 'as English reports try to make
us believe, Mr. Wilson is now medi meditating
tating meditating revenge, we will not disturb
him in this occupation, but would only
hope -that his demands will be ad addressed
dressed addressed to the right, not the wrong,
quarters. On the German side ev everything
erything everything was done to warn American
travelers from the impending peril,
while British irresponsibility and ar arrogance
rogance arrogance nullified the effect of the Ger German
man German admonitions. :
"Mr. Wilson is certainly in a pre precarious
carious precarious position. After showing him himself
self himself so weak in the face of the long
and ruthless British provocation he
has to play the strong man with Ger Germany;
many; Germany; otherwise he "will lose what
prestige he has left. He -knows that
in -the background a pretender to the
throne, Mr. Roosevelt, is lurking.
"But what are the gallant shouters
in the United States thinking about?
Should the United States send troops
to take part in the fighting in Flan Flanders?
ders? Flanders? The gigantic losses of their
Canadian neighbors should not ex exactly
actly exactly encourage them from the mili military
tary military standpoint.
"Moreover, the United States are
so weak that they have never been
able to impose their will on Mexico
or to do anything to the still more
unpleasant Japanese except clench
their fists in their pockets.
"Should their super-dreadnoughts
cross the ocean ? England has not
even useful work for her own iron ironclads.
clads. ironclads. What should the American
warships do?
"How about our German brethren
in the United States? A half million
German and Austro-Hungarian re reservists,
servists, reservists, who are not permitted to
take part in the defense of their
homelands, will they stand with fold folded
ed folded arms and see their fatherlands
attacked in

WHY DIVISION IS WANTED

The Tallahassee Democrat has dug
up the following as the reason for
the move for the state division:
The "cat is out of the bag." The
object of the bill to divide the state
was accidentally, or providentially
disclosed, in a conversation by some
anti-prohibition advocates at the Leon
hotel yesterday. A gentleman read reading
ing reading his paper was the-recipient of the
information, that the scheme was to
divide the state in anticipation of the
"sure to come" prohibition campaign
in 1918, holding that, with the negro
population, and foreign elements of
Jacksonville, Pensacola and St. Au-

Clarence Darrow, the man who the
state of California prosecuted for de defending
fending defending the McNamaras, was before
the industrial relations commission in
Washington Tuesday, and in the
course of his testimony said:
"Officers of the law have the least
right of any one to violate the law,
and if a constable seeks to arrest a
man without authority, the man

ought to have the right to resist. If

the militia attacks brutally and with

out authority, they should be resisted
if there is a chance to resist and win.
The idea that a. man who is an officer

can do anything is only fit for slaves

to harbor."

"Suppose in a given case, strikers
should form the judgment that acts
of the militia were unwarranted, that
violence followed in which blood was
shed and property destroyed," said
Commissioner Weinstock, "would you

say the strikers should be punished?"

. "Suppose there was blood shed and

destruction of property and liberty
was saved? Then what?" said Mr.

Darrow.

"Do you believe in bloodshed?"

"I never believe or disbelieve in it,"

Darrow replied. "I have nothing to

do with it. We would have no gov
ernment here were it not for blood

shed. Take bloodshed out of the

world and we would still be living in

caves."

Mr. Darrow said both, labor and
capital looked on strikes as warfare.
"But everything is not justifiable in

war," he continued.

Mr. Darrow said he did not "think

we lived in a free country or enjey
civil liberties."
"Do you believe our liberty is a de delusion
lusion delusion and that we are as much war warranted
ranted warranted in resisting authority as the
people of Russia?" he was asked.
"Freedom is a relative term," was
the reply. "The people of the United
States are freer than those of Russia
and Germany. They are not as free as
the people of England. They are no nowhere
where nowhere near as free as they were 75
and 100 years ago. Pretty -much all
the people in the jails are poor peo people.
ple. people. The constant struggle is for
liberty."
Mr. Darrow suggested government
ownership of coal mines and when
asked what would prevent it if the
people wanted it, he said:
"Congress, the president and the
supreme court."

OF INTEREST TO VETERANS

Gen. J. A. Roseborough, Florida di division
vision division commander United Confeder Confederate
ate Confederate Veterans, was in Jacksonville
yesterday conferring with G. Z. Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, assistant general passenger
agent of the Seaboard Air Line Rail Railroad,
road, Railroad, in regard to the movement of
veterans from Florida to Richmond
for the approaching United Confeder Confederate
ate Confederate Veterans' reunion. The special
train to be operated out of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville at 9:30 p. m., the night of May
30, to be called the Division Com Commanders
manders Commanders Special, which Gen. Ros Ros-borough
borough Ros-borough will use, is filling up rapidly
and General Rosborough and Mr.
Phillips were considering the propo proposition
sition proposition of putting more Pullman sleep sleepers
ers sleepers and more free reclining chair cars
on this train than had already been
arranged for.
Neither Gen. Rosborough or Mr.
Phillips had any idea at the begin beginning
ning beginning of thi3 movement that there
would be such a widespread interest.
Gen. W. H. Sebring, one of the most
prominent veterans in Florida, is tak

ing an active part in the arrange

ments. Mr. Phillips stated that the
Pullman reservations for this special
also the number of veterans advis advising
ing advising that -they will ise the free reclin

ing chair cars are getting heavier

every day. Times Union.

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(If you have any items for this
Thought for the Day
"People think that there are condi conditions
tions conditions excluding the necessity of love
in their intercourse with men, but
such conditions do not exist. Things
may be treated without love; one may
chop wood, make bricks, forge iron
without love, but one can no more deal
with people without love than one can
handle bees without care. The nature
of bees is such that if you handle
them carelessly you will harm them
as well as yourself. It is the same
with people. And it cannot be differ different
ent different because natural love is the basic
law of human life." Tolstoi.
Commencement Exercises of the
Ocala High School
With the close approach of com
mencement season for the Ocala high
school, it is now possible to give an
outline of what will be the program.
On Thursday evening. May 26, at
the Temple theater, a play will be
given by the department of expres expression,
sion, expression, a new branch, under the direc
tion of Miss Mary Lee Hill. A small
admission will be charged to defray
expenses of printing program, the
theater and such like.
The baccalaureate sermon will be
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delivered Sunday morning. May 30th,
at the Temple by Dr. J. M. Gross !of
the Methodist church.
Monday morning, from 10 to 12
o'clock, after promotion cards have!
been given out, the teachers will hold
"at homes" in their rooms, displaying
the work of the pupils done during the
term. Chief among the displays will
be the exhibit of the domestic science
class.
On Monday evening at the Temple
the graduates will render their pro program
gram program and be presented their diplomas.
Social Affairs at the Confederate
Reunion
. Social interest is now being center centered
ed centered ih Richmond, where the 25th an annual
nual annual Confederate reunion will as assemble
semble assemble on May 31 to June 3. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands of people will attend probably
the last reunion to be held by the
"Soldier in Gray." The directors
have endeavored to eclipse all former
reunions and have made plans to en
tertain elaborately the veterans, their
sponsors 'and maids of honor, the Sons
of Confederate Veterans and their
sponsors and maids of honor. The
galaxy, of Southern belles who have
been appointed-official representatives
for the veterans and Sons of Vet Veterans
erans Veterans will be feted at balls, lunch luncheons
eons luncheons and receptions. The social pro program
gram program is as follows:
Monday, May 31: Presentation of
sponsors and maids under the au auspices
spices auspices of Sons of Veterans, at the
city auditorium.
Tuesday, June 1, 1 p. m.: Luncheon
at the Country Club of Virginia.
Tuesday, June 1, 9 p. m.: Informal
dance in the auditorium of the Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson hotel given to sponsors-in-chief
and their maids; department and div division
ision division sponsors and their maids; U. C.
V. and S. C. V.
Wednesday, June 2, 10 a. m. to 1
p. m.: Members of the sponsors' and
maids' committee will escort visitors
to places of interest in the city.
Wednesday, June 2, 6 p. m. to- 7 p.
m.: Informal reception to Lee Auxil Auxiliary
iary Auxiliary U. D. C. at Confederate Ladies'
Home.
4 p. m.: Floral parade.
8:30 p. m.: Grand concert at the
city auditorium.
8 p. m. to 11 p. m.: Reception to
sponsors and maids of honor at Lee
Camp hall.
10 p. m.: Fireworks with reproduc reproduction
tion reproduction of Battle of the Crater, at Stuart
Camp, state fair grounds.
Thursday, June 3, 11 a. m.: Grand
parade and laying comer stone Stone
wall Jackson monument.
9 p. m.: Grand Confederate ball at
First Virginia Regiment armory.
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Any child desiring ..Dusty Miller
plants may have them to add to their
gardens by calling at Mrs. O. T.
Green's, COS Oklawaha avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stevens of Ber Berlin
lin Berlin were in town today. Mrs. Stev Stevens
ens Stevens generally stays close at home and
this is her first visit to Ocala in al almost
most almost a year. Mr. Stevens says they
had a good rain in the Berlin section
and gives a most encouraging report
of the crops. The Star is glad to say
that the people who mapped out Blox Blox-ham
ham Blox-ham county had the consideration to
leave Mr. and, Mrs. Stevens in Mar Marion;
ion; Marion; and they are glad of it too. They
have been in Maricn half a century,
and have no desire to leave it.
Miss Ed Locke Eycleshimer return returned
ed returned last night from a visit to relatives
at Winter Haven.
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Miss Mabel Meffert who has been
the guest of Miss May Hall for the
past week, will leave for her home in
Ocala, stopping with Miss Hall in
Tarpon Springs for a few day's visit,
before going to her home. While in
St. Petersburg, Miss Meffert was the
recipient of a number of social fav favors.
ors. favors. St. Petersburg Times.
Mrs. C. M. Clayton and little daugh daughter
ter daughter of Lakeland, are guests of Mrs.
Edward Holder, arriving yesterday.
Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Blalock and
Master Fred Blalock are in Jackson
ville, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.

department, call 'phone 106)

C. Rawls. Dr. Blalock is attending
the 69th annual convocation of the
Grand Chapter R. A. M of which he
is grand principal sojourner.
Bliss Abson Complimented
Miss Elizabeth Abson of Hacken Hacken-sack,
sack, Hacken-sack, N. J, was the. attractive guest
of honor at a delightful eight table
500 party given last evening by her
hostesses, Misses Theo and Gladys
Wallis, at their home on South Sec Second
ond Second street.
The rooms where the tables were
arranged were prettily decorated with
flowers. Mints were on the tables and
following the games an ice course
was served. The prizes, cards in
leather cases, were won by Miss Mar Marion
ion Marion Dewey and Mr. Richard Stroud
and as a memento of the happy eve evening
ning evening Miss Abson was presented a
box of pretty stationery. The host hostesses
esses hostesses were assisted in entertaining
their guests by their mother, Mrs. T.
H. Wallis and Miss Gertie Peyser.
Miss Abson wore a pretty blue taf taffeta
feta taffeta dress with corsage of pink roses,
which was most becoming to her
brunette type.
The guests last evening were Miss Misses
es Misses Caroline Harriss, Martha Kate
Rentz, Nellie Beckham, Wenona
Wetherbee, Alice Sexton, Marion
Dewey, Mary Harriet and Catharine
Livingston, Marie Haile, Lorayne
Kemp, Emma Perry, Louise Sanders,
Messrs. Albert, Harris, John Tarver,
Richard Stroud, John Chazal, Wayne
TenEyck, Joe Borden, J. D. McDon McDonald,
ald, McDonald, E. B. Copeland, Hugh Geiger,
Olaf Zewadski, Joe Blalock, Sam Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Edwin Green, J. A. Richey and
George Davis.
m m m
Mrs. Carney One of Mrs. Trantham's
Honor G nests
Tallahassee Democrat, May 17:
Mrs. T. S. Trantham entertained
twenty of her friends last Friday
from 4 to 6:30 p. m., complimentary
to Mrs. E. L. Carney of Ocala, and
Mrs. J. T. Park of Tampa, the guests
of Mrs. Park TrammelL
Mrs. Trantham's apartments were
beautifully decorated and looked very
attractive. In the hall refreshing
fruit nectar was served as the guests
arrived.
The dainty little hostess and the
honorees received most cordially and
informally in the drawing room. Here
tables were placed and the interest interesting
ing interesting games of auction bridge and rook
were enthusiastically played. Bon Bonbons
bons Bonbons were on the tables and punch
was served during the afternoon.
The prize for the highest -score at
auction was a pair of lovely grey silk
hose. A similar gift was awarded
the most skillful player at the rook
tables. At the conclusion of the
games a two course luncheon was
greatly enjoyed.
Mrs. Trantham is a winsome little
bride and this was her first party
since she came to this city a few
months ago. She proved herself an
ideal hostess and the guests of honor
and the ladies invited to meet them
spent a very delightful afternoon with
her.
The newly elected officers of the
Woman's Club are requested to meet
at the club house Friday afternoon at
4:30 o'clock.
(Continued on Fourth Page)
The Servant
Question
has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER- The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bilL
0 Cala Gas Company
PHONE 61
BOX CANDIES
5 Q c Pek Poun'd
We have the best 50c pound
box Chocolates ever offered
in Ocala. Each one-pound
box contains from fifteen to
eighteen varieties, including
Nugatines, Cherries, Straw Strawberries,
berries, Strawberries, Ginger, Raisins, Co Co-coanuts.
coanuts. Co-coanuts. Butter Toffee and
Caramels.
Fresh shipment just receiv received.
ed. received. Troisier's

Runaway June

(Continued from Last Week)
NINTH EPiEOJ
Kidnaped
CHAPTER I.
"JK0M his concealment amid the
X shrubbery Ned Warner rose to
I rush forward as the brilliantly
I lighted limousine, with its gay
prty of nve, swept down the drire of
the Villsrd home. His eyes were burn burning,
ing, burning, he was breathing heavily, and his
fingers were curved like claws, for In
a moment more he Intended to grapple
by the throat the black Vandyked face
bent smilingly over Ned's lovely run runaway
away runaway bride.
At that instant three shadowy .fig .figures
ures .figures sprang also from amid the shrub shrubbery,
bery, shrubbery, two men and a woman. There
was no outcry and scarcely any strug struggle.
gle. struggle. Ned Warner found himself sud suddenly
denly suddenly seized from, behind, a rough
leer across his mouth, his arms pin pinioned.
ioned. pinioned. lie was lifted bodily and thrown as
Gilbert Blye. with the grace and gal gallantry
lantry gallantry only possible to a polished man
of the world, assisted the radiant June
Warner from his luxurious limousine.
The deserted groom, his head still
held in a vise like grip and his mouth
topped, saw his bride enter the house,
surrounded by the gay group, the dark darkly
ly darkly handsome Blye on one side and the
white mustached Orin Cunningham on
the other.
It was Marie who made the gag to
slip In Ned's mouth. Then Marie slip slipped
ped slipped back of the bouse.
The two men. one apparently a
chaufTeur. referred to as IlenrL and
the other a gardener, picked Ned up
and followed het. As they passed the
brightly lighted library Ned saw June's
collie greet her with the height of ca canine
nine canine Joy, saw Cnnnlngham and Blye
making friends with the dog. then saw
the twinkling eyed Cunningham sit in
a cozy corner with June and begin an
animated tete-a-tete.
The cJmuffeur and the gardener
shrank back in among the bushes with
their helpless "burden.
There came a high powered racer
whizzing down the drive. The man
let himself In with a latchkey and,
with his hands In his pockets, strolled
nonchalantly into the parlor.
Mrs. Villard. talking with Gilbert
Blye and Tommy Thomas, turned, and
as she saw the newcomer her -eyes
widened imperceptibly, and a look of
concern Cashed down across her gentle
countenance.
"Well. Bert, you're a surprise," she
aid.
"That's my best trick," be drawVed,
kissing Mrs. Villard perfunctorily.
"Hello. Tommy! Howdy do, Blye?"
Villard was Impressed as his eyes
fell upon the fresh beauty of June.
"Mr. Villard. Mrs. Warner." The in introduction
troduction introduction was very cold, and again
hat concern flickered for a moment on
Mrs. Villard' face as she saw her hus
band's eager Interest. "My compan
Ion." she added, and Cunningham and
Tommy Thomas, glancing at each oth
er. smiled.
With a careless nod to Cunningham.
Villard walked over to June and. tak taking.
ing. taking. her had. held it while he smiled
down at her with such obvious admira admiration
tion admiration that the helpless bound and gag gagged
ged gagged man beyond the library window
lurched free from his captors and tug tugged
ged tugged at his bonds until they almost cut
Into his wrists.
Marie came back from the corner
and motioned. The chauffeur and the
gardener followed with the husband of
the beautiful young girL who was then
smiling her courteous responses to the
dissolute Bert Villard.
Marie sped quickly across the shad shadowy
owy shadowy back lawn -to the garage and open opened
ed opened the door.
"He's not to talk, and he's sot to
come near the house" she whispered
as tne men passed ber wioi tueir our our-den.
den. our-den. She caught Ned's indignant eyes
fixed on her. and that glare threw her
into a panic "Whatever you do, don't
hurt hlmf she hastily added. "Don't
hurt him!"
Outside the door Marie paused, fler
eyes were distended until theywere per perfectly
fectly perfectly round, and her high cheek bones
gleamed white. She put the knuckles
of her right hand against her teeth and
looked over at the garage She pulled
at the lobe of her ear with her left
hand and looked In the house. She
started back, and she etarUu ...
and she turned around lu a h;. u
She was well nigh distracted Willi tli
weight of her great secret, was ri.
If she told Miss Jnnle that Mr. Ntl
was In the garage there'd Ix an end of
everything, and maybe It would lie all
fot the best, or Miss Jnnle might run
away again from such comfortable sur surroundings,
roundings, surroundings, and It would be all for the
worse. Marie sat down and pulled her
thumb; then she jumped up and pulled
the other thumb. The piano begin a
succession of silvery notes. June, an!
over her bent the inordinately tall Vil Villard.
lard. Villard. "Well!" said the gardener In the til na names
mes names of the garage, and he brushed his
arms. It was all the rest they needed.
He turned ponderously toward their
captive, whom they had deposited in a
corner on a bench.
The gardener's one word was a ques question,
tion, question, an exclamation of relief and an
expression f complete and thorough
bewilderment. He was a broad Swede,
and his arms hung crooked with rcus
cles.
"I know nothing." laughed the wiry
little chauffeur. He was a French
man with an infinitesimal mustache
and a quick eye and a childlike joy in
everything. "The maid' of the charm charming
ing charming mademoiselle telephones from the
pantry to the garage that there is a
man near the hedge who must not
come near mademoiselle, who must not
apeak, to whom nothing must be said,
and all must be prompt! Voila! I am
Henri, and all of action. I call my
friend Jens."
And he tapped the huge Swede ap approvingly
provingly approvingly on the chest. "I bring my
friend Jens swiftly by the mere force
of my enthusiasm. We glide through
the bushes so, like a snake. Nor He
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf

the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has lwt ISO
deed records and 43 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanoeus rec records,
ords, records, or about 160.000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knows
that he has got it alL
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.

florid title and abstract corporation

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This Cocrpon ot!ti yoa to m 2 So L-V Dust Cloth bcefatetf
Frm wtth ptirohaM of m 60a bttl of Liquid Vmmmmr proviie-d
CJttsi coupon la filiod la with your ntm nd mtidrmm and la pe
ntsdatourstor Friday MAY 21 thsrwtss tho coupon lavotd.
. A WONDER '.WORKER
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frwninew "crtnkjed labric called Crepette" makine tt far soperfac to r-y
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Tke great ex;?rts la Chemistry &n.1
Fbyaiologr row declare what has til
along- been err ten -lei by the Swift Lab Laboratory
oratory Laboratory that the rernas of blood disorders
End lodcn.tnt la tLe Interstices of the tis tissues.
sues. tissues. And herein Is whfre S. a & jroes to
work rapidly. eTectivfiy and wita won won-flerfuIJy
flerfuIJy won-flerfuIJy noticeable results.
This famous blood purtfler contains
medicinal component Just sur vital ana
essential to healthy blood as the nutritive
elements f wheat. roat beef, and fats
and the sugar that make up ur dally
ration.
As a matter cf f.-rt there Is cne frirre frirre-oient
oient frirre-oient In S. S. S. l.!ch nrrei the active
rurpore of stimu!;itir,x each teilular part
ll, l" tR healthy an. I Jtiulcious
selection of Its own essentia! r.utrlmer.t.
That is why It reirenrat- tha i.kw .....
ply. why it has such a tren-r .u In-
iijnce m overcoming erirma, raL, pim.
ptes. and all bUq aHclions.
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PHOIVF 503
For Good Wood
U1U aLrUclU IUI s?Sa
Your Oder will have
'in mediate Attention-
:J. L. SMOAK
J At Hoioakn Watjv Strop.
Rexall liver &'alts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerfg's. 4-27-tf

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June 1-2-3 1915
OTiEEDERATE
VETE1MHS
Tickets on Sale May 29th to Jur.e 2nd,
inc, limited to June 10th. F .tcrion and

privileges, t cr
schctfalss, rectr-
etc, call cn
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t ji-f-iiiir'
P.&T. A
(OAST
SINE
LIME
THE SOUTH
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BED u&O IhOEQ
AEcuf Ihu ctJ'UIij
DIccrd rd.
And la regerirat!njc the tl times 8. S S.
has a rapid and positive antidotal erect
upon all thoe Irritating lnSaences that
causo rheumatism, sore throat, weak
eyes, loss of wi-lgtt. thin pale cheeks, and
that weariness cf muscle and nerve that
Is generally experienced, by all mxSetmrm
with pclicr-cd .LIoL
Get a bottle cf ft. S. S. at any dreg
Ftcre. and in a few ijays you wCl not ccJy
fci brigtrt. and energetic, but you wCl be
the picture cf tew l.ie.
S. S. S. I prepared enly in 'the labora laboratory
tory laboratory cf the Mwift fcrelSc Co.. S01 Esrtft
1'AdK. Atlanta. Ca. Who maintain a very
efficient Medical Department, where all
who have any 14ooJ dUorder of a stub stubborn
born stubborn nature may write freely far adrlce.
S. F. S. Is sold everywhere by .all dreg
m teres.
Bewr of aU attempts to sell yoa
nomtthlt Jut as guwd- Ioslst ux
s. a. & .. ..."
L.'.ALE7IAN02a
PRACTICAL -CARPENTER
AND Bl ILDEH
Careful Estimates Made on all Ccn
kra't Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the City.

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OCALA EVfesiS'G? STAR,. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1915

four

OCALA OCCURENCES

Masons meet tomorrow evening.
Sons of Confederate Veterans meeti
Friday evening.
Vulcanizing. All work guaranteed.
Blalock Bros., 107 Oklawaha Are. lm
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 i
Dr. Burns of Floral City was in
town today. .
Buy your drugs from Gerig's. Qual-
ity the best always.
4-27-tf
Miss Birdie Ward of Floral 1 City,
is among the shoppers in the city to today.
day. today. SEE iMis r'ARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf jles, milk and eggs, tf
Mr. J. II. McKinney the orange
grower of Stanton, is in the city on
business.
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
The Court Pharmacy has on sale
water from the Marion county Baden,
Salt Springs. It is said to be good
for apoplexy and gout, and every everything
thing everything between.
YV. K. Iane, M, T. Fliyslclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Oeala, Fla,
, Tell your physician, and tell him
plainly, to leave your prescriptions
where they'll be filled as written no
substitution here. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. .. tf
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Embalmer
With.
-v E. C. Jordan & Co.
Furniture and
. Undertakers
Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.
219 WEST BROADWAY
Send Us Your
Orders For:
I Beams ..;
Channels, '' 1
Angles and
All Shapes.
Boiler Plato
Tank Steel,
Galvanized,
, Copper and -
Zinc Sheets.
Truss Rods, -Stay
Bolts
Structural
-Iron Work
Of All Kind.
All Hard Woods.
Launches,
Dories and ;
Skiffs
Built to t
Order. v
Boilers and
.Tanks Built
To Order.
Pnraps for all
Purposes.
Competent Force
For RoaV Work at all
Times.
'Fire Escapes.
CKS0NVILLE. FLORIDA
Go to the
Ball Games
-- this week
Wednesday
Summerficld
Thursday-
WaldO
VS.
Ocala
And Drink
COCA-COLA
in Bottles
Ocala
Bottling Wor s

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LOCAL LEGISLATION
City council met in regular session
last evening. Present Aldermen Mef Mef-fert,
fert, Mef-fert, Gerig, Tompkins, Nash, Fausett
and Moore.
Action was taken on several cases

of reduction in assessments on per personal
sonal personal property valuations which had
been postponed from the special
meeting. The H. B. Masters Com- j
pany valuation was placed at $30,000
and that of the Elks at $8000.
Chairman Carn of the board of
county commissioners appeared be- j
fore the council and reported that he j
had secured several subscriptions for
the proposed trial section of road to
be constructed with rock from Levy
county, but asked for further time to
consult with other property owners.
Mr. Carn inquired as to whether the
city desired to purchase or lease the
lime pit and equipment on the Silver
Springs road. Referred to street com committee
mittee committee for investigation and report at
a later meeting.
Dr. J. E. Chace, representing the
school board, asked that more ade adequate
quate adequate fire protection be furnished to
the section of the city in which How Howard
ard Howard Academy is located, stating that
the nearest hydrant to said school
building was about 800 feet distant.
Referred to the light and water com com-mittee
mittee com-mittee for investigation.
Protest was entered by Mr. George
Blitch, representing Mrs. Mazie
Lyles, to the proposed opening of
South Fourth street from Sanchez to
Watula street. He stated that priv privilege
ilege privilege for laying suitable drainage
pipes through said properties would
be granted.
A communication from the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club asking that it be .allowed
to continue the use of East Adams
street for stairway, referred to street
committee. As to sidewalk payments,
the one, two and three-year plan was
permitted.
A petition from Fred K. Powers
and others to have" water mains and
fire hydrants placed on South Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street to South Eighth street,
was referred to the light and water
committee.
Communication from Mr. Fred G.
B. Weihe, representing Mrs. Julia T.
Weihe, regarding measurements of
sidewalks constructed on South Third
street, was read and referred to the
street committee, with instructions to
have the city engineer-furnish proper
information.
The Gamsby sidewalk proposition
which has been before the council for
some time, was also referred to the
city engineer for, verification, and the
clerk instructed to write Mr. Gamsby
the result of investigations.
Notice of the withdrawal of Mr. E.
J.-. Crook's resignation from the board
of bond trustees was read.
"A petition was read from Mr. M. L.
Mershon and others asking that the
large oak tree in Sanchez street near
Fort King avenue be left undisturbed
On motipn the removal of said tree
which was ordered some time ago, was
rescinded until such time as said
street may be paved with brick.
The police committee reported that
a leave of absence had been granted
Officer Koonce until June 1.
An ordinance introduced to pre
scribe a form for tax certificates was
referred to the judiciary committee.
The finance committee reported the
acceptance of the resignation of Mr.
E. A. Osborne as a member of the
board of bond trustees.
An ordinance introduced at a pre
vious meeting requiring drivers of
automobiles to be examined and is
sued a special license, was reported
unfavorably by the judiciary commit
tee, and the committee's report ap
proved.
The clerk was instructed to request
the board of bond trustees to hold a
meeting at an early date for the pur
pose of organizing and arranging for
the disposition of sewerage bonds.
Adjournment was then taken until
tonight at 8:30.
Snnny Jim Robinson was in town
today, calling on his friends, who
miss him greatly since he removed
his home to Tampa. He was show showing
ing showing them a rare Belgian coin, which
he obtained with much difficulty a
few days ago. Sunny Jim does not
find business dull. He visited seven
towns yesterday, and filled several
pages in his order book. After this
week, he will travel in a Fordmobile.
Dr. D. M. Boney had a rather nice
compliment paid him by the State
Optometrical Association in Lakeland
a few days ago. He was elected an
honorary member of the association
for life, andin the notice of his elec election
tion election was told that this honor was
conferred upon him on account of be being
ing being the "father of the association" in
Florida. He is very proud of thi3
distinction and is the first one to be so
honored.
Ground was broken this morning
for a new brick building in Dunnellon
to take the place of that formerly oc occupied
cupied occupied by the postoffice which was
burned some time ago. The new build building
ing building will be occupied by the Metcalf
Pharmacy and postoffice. Dunnellon,
like many other Florida towns, has
come to the conclusion that she can
progress and prosper even tho the
large mining industries which she
has depended upon for many years
are closed down on account of the
war depression..

IDS
(Continued from Third Page)
Auction and Rook Luncheon for Mrs.
Clayton Given by Mrs. Koonce
Honoring Mrs. C. M. Clayton, a
charming matron of Lakeland, who is
on a brief visit to Mrs. Edward Hol Holder,
der, Holder, Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce entertained
this morning at auction and rook, fol followed
lowed followed by an elegant luncheon at 1
o'clock.
Composing the two auction and
one rook tables were Mrs. Clayton,
Mrs. Holder, Mrs. J. K. Austin, Mrs.
William Hocker, Mrs. Jack Camp.
Mrs. T. S. Kyle Mrs. C. H. Lloyd,
Mrs. R. C. Camp, Mrs. R. A. Burford,
Mrs. Emily Green, Mrs. R. L. Ander Anderson
son Anderson and Miss Annie Atkinson. Mrs.
R. S. Hall joined the players at noon.
At 1 o'clock a four course luncheon
was served, the menu, deliciously
prepared, consisting of grapefruit
with cherries, deviled crab, tomato
aspic, wafers, creamed chicken with
mushrooms in timbals, creamed peas
and carrots in new Irish potato cups,
brown bread, sandwiches, parfait and
white cake. The plates were attrac
tively garnished with parsley and or orange
ange orange leaves and full justice was done
each delicacy by the thirteen guests.
As a souvenir of the happy oc
casion Mrs. Clayton was given a sil
ver filagre cologne bottle. Mrs. Hol Holder
der Holder and Mrs. Abson, who held top
scores, were given silk hose.
In giving her party, which will be
numbered among the Very loveliest
of the season, Mrs. Koonce was as
sisted by her mother, Mrs. F. H
Howse and Miss Atkinson.
Mrs. Edward Holder and g uests,
Mrs. C. M. Clayton and little daugh
ter of Lakeland, Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce
and Mrs. J. K. Austin will motor to
Gainesville tomorrow. Mrs. Clayton
and daughter will visit friends and
the others in the" party will return
home in the afternoon.
Mrs. M. H. Stovall has returned
from a brief visit to Jacksonville.
Miss Marguerite Porter will give
her annual music recital on the eve evening
ning evening of June 1st at her studio rooms.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead spent yester yesterday
day yesterday in Fairfield demonstrating to the
Fairfield canning club the art of put putting
ting putting up beans by the exhaust system;
The members of the club, numbering
about twenty-three, are rriost: en-
thusiastic "workers. Their work of
yesterday is to be sold? and the pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds used for the purpose of organ
izing a public library. On Friday,
Mrs. Moorhead and Miss Harris of
Tallahassee will give a bean demon
stration at Griner Farm and on Sat
urday the ladies will go to Pedro
Miss Irene Rowe is the enthusiastic
little president of the Fairfield can
ning club. ".-'
This is national kindness week and
of course is being observed all over
the United States, especially by those
interested in the protection of dumb
beasts. The animal protection com
mittees of the various woman's clubs
are most active throughout the coun country
try country and the sentiment this great
movement fosters should be ifistilled
into the heart of every true Ameri
can.
Mrs. W. O. Chambliss and little
daughter Lois, and sister, Miss Lot
tie Chambliss, are visiting relatives
at Lake City.
Yesterday afternoon Master Har
rington Hall was host to a jolly mov
ing picture party, entertaining nine
girls and boys. After witnessing the
pictures at the Temple, the crowd
went to the home of the host where
ice cream, candy and punch was serv
ed, later going automobiling. The
party was chaperoned by Mrs. R. S
Hall.
Mrs. Kate Clements of Lake Weir
is planning a delightful trip to Cali California.
fornia. California. She expects' to leave home
the latter part of June, going first to
Nashville, where she will join friends.
and from there proceed to San Fran
cisco to attend the exposition.
The many Ocala friends of Mr. A
W. DeCamp will be sincerely sorry to
hear of the death of his little daugh
ter, Edith, in Connecticut a few days
ago.
Mr. Henry Groves has arrived from
New York for a visit of a week with
his mother, Mrs. H. C. Groves. He
will be acoompanied back by his
mother, making the trip part of the
way in their car. Mr. Groves is now
in New York and he is contemplating
making that city his home.
HOT WATER TANK FOR SALE
A large, new, galvanized hot water
tank and connections for kitchen
range. Apply at Star office, dh-tf
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.
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 -

Rnnawav June

(Continued from Third Page)
laughed and smote his friend Jens or.
the wide chest. "Like a snake and a
bull. We creep up behind the Inter Interloper.
loper. Interloper. We pounce upon him so, like a
cat. Sol Like a cat and a hippopota hippopotamus.
mus. hippopotamus. W bear him to the earth.
Mademoiselle trips lightly from hei
car, a vision, a dream, a rarlshmentr
And he wafted a kiss to the general
abstract of beauty. "The charming
mademoiselle Is safe. The interlope!
is here. Volla!
Wide Jens reached his hand Into hli
pocket for a pipe and glanced over tc
where Ned sat quietly In the corner.
"Welir he said.
"Walt." replied Henri. -I shall sit
here placidly. I shall smoke a ciga cigaretteperhaps
retteperhaps cigaretteperhaps two. I shall think."
Ned Warner stirred impatiently. He
gave another tug at the ropes which
bound his wrist, but it was only an In
voluntary test. He must rest before
he tirade another determined attempt
to free himslf.
He gave a sudden wrench at his
bonds, struggling so fiercely to loosen
them that he rose and reeled toward
the door.
Huge Jens Janssen stopped Ned from
falling.
The chauffeur laughed, and, spring
ing from his seat in the touring car.
he jumped up, cracked his heels to
gether and snapped the fingers of both
hands. "I hare the grand plan to dis
pose of our friend the interloper. We
shall teach him a ride of Joy! He
pointed to a car.
Jens Janssen stooped and circled one
arm around Ned Warner's middle and
deposited his violent load In the ton-
neau.
Marie in the pantry hall stood wring
ing a corner of her dainty little lace
apron. Then she dashed back Into the
servants' hall and folded her arms
tightly upon the hollow at her waist
She dared not leave Mr. Ned where he
was. She dared not do anything, and
yet she must She burst out of the
rear door, was across the porch in two
strides, down the steps In one jump
and went swishing for the garage. As
she came the' touring car shot from the
opposite door and went whizzing up
the drive. Henri In front and In the
tonneau Ned and huge Jens Janssen.
CHAPTER II.
T parting Gilbert Blye
A
held
June's: hand between both hl
r and patted it gently, his black
be was smiling upon her with that
suave smile which she had come to
trust
"Tomorrow night at dinner., he said
lowering: his voice iuc .;v
tlclja as if the remark we:e au.ceJ
in confidence to her, though the other
Were crowded eagerly round.
There was an instant of hesitation.
"Then aboard the yacht!" exclaimed
Tommy Thomas. She was looking at
June, her deep red Hps parting in a
smile. June's cheeks paled.. After-all,
Thn aboard the yachtl exclaimed
Tommy Thomas.
as Mrs. Ylllard's companion It was her
duty to so on this trip.
"Shall we take Bouncer?" suggested
the pleasantly modulated voice of Blye
"Of course Bouncer shall go! June
declared, and this time the handsome
collie, on his feet in an Instant, wagged
his tall so vigorously that his hind feet
slid.
There was Instant gratification In the
faces surrounding June.
Far away In the night Henri was
speeding northward. Every now and
then he turned to look back and laugh,
where Jens Janssen sat stolidly puffing
his pipe, one Immense band constantly
on the arm or the knee of Ned W arner.
"Voilar cried Henri in high glee as
the sharp night wind cut pa his face
"Well," grunted Jens in huge content
June put herself into the hands of
the agitated Marie very thoughtfully
after the visitors had gone.
"What is the matter, Marier June's
tone was oulte solicitous. She became
suddenly aware that Marie had been
La such a state of nervous excitement
as she had never exhibited before.
"Nothing, Misa Junle; nothing at all
I'm afraid of burglars T'
- "Why. Marie, come here! Marie
came slowly over, nervously kneading
some knotted pink thing in her bands.
"Your eyes are feverish. You must
eo to bed. Marie Walt Brinsr me
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ter." water." Meekly Marie took what June gave
her, but later she dashed down the
stairs and streaked across to the ga garage.
rage. garage. Empty!
At that moment Ned Warner, hi-
hands a ud feet Ktlll bound and his
mouth Ktill gagged, was being gleefully
deposited in a deserted woodcutter
shed in the middle of a vast bleak
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"What Is the matter, Marier
light glinted on distant water, and the
shadows of the trees lay in fantastic,
twisted patterns on the hillside.
Dawn. The red glow of the sun sunrise,
rise, sunrise, filtering through the mist of the
morning, stole in at the open door of
the Yillard garage and found Marie,
with her fists folded under her arms
and the tip of her frosty nose in her
elbow, loudly snoring.
She limped over to the house, plod plodded
ded plodded up to her room, dressed herself
with numb fingers and after half an
hour of dull eyed thought scrawled
this note, which she laid on June's
bed:
Dear Miss Jule I am feeling better,
thank you. I hope you will excuse mo if
I take -a few hours off. I will be back
for Junch. Hoping you are the same. 1
remain, yours affectionately, 1IARIE.
She tiptoed out and hurried down
the hill to the station, where -she
caught the first commuters' train- Ar Arriving
riving Arriving at the city, she sought. Officer
Dowd and prevailed on him to phone
Ned's friends and June's parents that
Ned had been kidnaped.
June in a pretty little morning robe
was busy among the flowers In Mrs.
Ylllard's boudoir window conservatory
and singing softly When she beard a
footstep behind her. Turning, she saw
Yillard towering above her, his .hands
In the pockets of his louji,....- obc.
tnd he was grinning.
"Oh!" exclaimed June, startled.
"Good morning."
"So this is friend wife's pretty new
companion," observed Yillard. "Well,
friend wife has excellent taste."
June moved away.
"Don't be in a hurry," he chuckled
"We must get acquainted," and, sud
denly reaching forward, he put hli
hand under her chin and turned up hei
far
(Continued Tomorrow)
DOING TnEIR DUTY
Scores of Ocala Readers are Learning
the Duty of the Kidneys
To filter the blood is the kidneys'
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When they fail to do this, the kid
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Help the kidneys do their work..
Use Doan's Kidney Pills the test
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LAKE WEIR YACHT 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. Wood row,
Secretary-Treasui rr.
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.
17-10t J. W. Fort.
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WANTED. LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LOST Somewhere between the
square and North Oca!a, a v,od
medal engraved with "Mabel" on
one side, and on other "Piano,
Chautauqua, 1915." Reward vill
given for Its return to this ofT.ce. Ct
FOR RENT xnree unfurnished
rooms two blocks from courthoa.se;
lights and water furnished; bath
connected; rates reasonable. Call
phone ZOO. 4-tf
rOR RENT Furnished rooms; with
modern conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three blocks from court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply to Mrs, Ellis, 223
East Oklawaha avenue. 20-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furni.vhed rxms in residence next
to tlie Colonial; also ior light
housekeeping. "Inquire at the Co
loniai. 7-tf
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 Ter.th
street, 5-10-tf
FOR SALE A ixbber tired surry in
perfect condition, good as new. E.
M. Howard, Ocala, Fla. 14-12t
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A 21 21-acre
acre 21-acre improved farm three miles?
from Ocala, quarter mile from hard
road; fenced; house and good well.
. Will accept good horse and bu,T;ry
or diamond in part payment. Ad Address
dress Address P. O. Box 517, Ocala. 17-3-eoJ
WANTED Clean cotton rag?, lr:-;
to this ofUce.