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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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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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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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VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1915
NO. 120
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AUSTRIA Ai GUI TRYIIG TO GiVE RUSSIA A SEVERE
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London, May 20.Au stria's final pro proposals
posals proposals have been rejected unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously by the Italian council of ministers
at Rome and the two' nations are a
step nearer war. With the assem assembling'
bling' assembling' of the Italian parliament today
a declaration of the government's
policy is expected.
The Italian Green Book issued to today
day today chows Italy's demands, which
Austria failed to satisfy, based on the
claim that Italy is entitled to com compensation
pensation compensation for Austria's advance into
Serbia.
ROLLING BACK THE RUSSIANS
The Russian fortified line along the
river San, on wluch great reliance
was placed to check the Austro-Ger
man advance, has been definitely
broken. The claim of the Teutons
that they had crossed the river is
confirmed tod ly in a Russian official
announcement from Petrograd.
A GREAT BATTLE IMPENDING
Przcmysl, which the Russians won
from Austria after a siege of several
months, is now under attack by the
Austrians. One of the greatest bat--'
ties of the war is apparently im impending
pending impending along the San.
BEATING GERMANS BACK IN
5 THE BALTIC
In the north the Russians claim
successes in operations against Ger German'
man' German' forces which invaded the Baltic
region.
v TREMENDOUS EFFORTS OF TIIE
TEUTONS
While Italy is confidently believed
to be making final preparations to
ente:? the war on the side of the Al Allies,
lies, Allies, -Austria,, ..which would be the
direct object of her attack, is with
her German ally, attempting to in inflict
flict inflict such defeat on the Russians that
she will be able to divert troops, if
necessary, to meet her new foe in the
south.
Petrograd reports the Germans and
Austrians are using between thirty
and forty army corps on the 200 200-"miie
"miie 200-"miie front extending through Poland
and Galicia.
A NON-PARTISAN CABINET
- London, May 20. The formation
of a non-part'ssn cabinet for the per period
iod period of the war is an established fact.
The spokesmen fo- the two great riv rival
al rival parties, Prernor Asquith and An Andrew.'
drew.' Andrew.' Bonar Lw, made statements to
the house of commons yesterday con confirming
firming confirming reports of a coalition minis ministry
try ministry which several newspapers launch launched
ed launched yesterday.
SILENCED TURKISH FORTS
London, May 20. A message from
Mytilene says that the allies have
silenced the 'Turkish fortifications at
Kilid Bahr, on the European side of
the Dardanelles, at the end of the
narrows nearest Constantinople.
BELLEVIEW CIVIC LEAGUE
The Civic League did not hold any
meeting Tuesday. The warm weather
and prospective showers kept some
of the members away, but a few faith faithful
ful faithful ones met at the club house and
spent a pleasant hour.
Monday night the members of the
Civic League gave Mr. and Mrs. I.
Frank Haviland a surprise party.
About twenty of the members met at
Mr. Sands Haviland's and proceeded
to Judge Hopkins home where the
Havilands -were and took possession
and spent a very pleasant evening.
Music and songs and recitations were
heard, Mrs. Harold Kendal presiding
at the piano. Grapejuice and fruit
punch was served with wafers. It
was a complete surprise to Mr. and
Mrs. Haviland. The guests departed
at a late hour, wishing them a safe
and pleasant journey home. Mrs.
Haviland is treasurer of the league
and is a niece of Mrs. Hopkins.
League Correspondent.

PUltA

CONSIDERABLE CONCESSIONS BUT NOT
QUITE ENOUGH

(Associated Press)
NINETEEN TO TWO
i IN FAVOR OF OCALA
Yesterday's ball game between the
Summerfield Tigers and the local
team was a walk-over for the latter,
with a score of 19 to 2. The begin beginning
ning beginning of the game, that is the first in inning,
ning, inning, gave promise of being a close
one, neither team scoring, but when
Ocala came up in the second with five
tallies to her credit it was discovered
that the Tigers were entirely out of
their class.
The game was a "hit and run"
proposition for the home team
throughout, as Overmeyer failed to
get them .over the plate from the be-ginnmg-and
did not play up to the
splendid pace he set in the last game.
During-the first half of the game
Galloway, who 'occupied the pitcher's
mound for the 'Hunter aggregation,
held the visitors down nicely, but see seeing
ing seeing that there was no necessity for
exertion, slacked up his efforts. In
the sixth inning the first Tiger up hit
him for two bases, went to third on a
sacrifice and scored their first run on
a passed ball. Summerfield made its
second score in the ninth on errors.
The following is the score: R
Summerfield .000001 00 1 2
Ocala 0 5 2 0 4 1 6 1 19
Hits off Galloway 3, off Overmeyer
19; base on balls by Galloway 2, by
Overmeyer 14; struck out by Gallo Galloway
way Galloway 11, Overmeyer 5. (The Star's
baseball dopester wanted to see a
portion of the game and decided that
he couldn't do it and keep tab on er errors).
rors). errors). Several of Hunter's youngsters who
have failed to connect with the
sphere regularly this season sent
their batting averages up during the
game with the Tigers. Zewadski and
Dinkins swatted all over the field at
almost every opportunity.
Someone had passed it down the
line among the Timers that they had
nothing to fear in trying to steal sec second
ond second as "Bugs" Bullock was short on
his peg. This little tip they had re received
ceived received from an unknowing one proba probably
bly probably cost them several tallies, as that
pegging arm is working with the pre precision
cision precision of a German submarine.
The attendance was rather slim,
pnd it is to he hoped that the crowd
at this afternoon's game will be a
good one. The Waldo team is said
to be a strong one.
BEAT OFF A MEXICAN BOAT
American Fishermen Proved too Much
for the Ensenada
San Diego, Cal., May 20. The Am American
erican American fishing launch New Ancono ar-
f rived here today with bullet holes in
jher hull, received, her captain, Jos
eph Escolanius, declared, in an attack
by the Mexican patrol launch Ensen Ensen-ade.
ade. Ensen-ade. Captain Escolanius said he was at attacked
tacked attacked yesterday eight miles off shore
and halfway between Ensenada, Low Lower
er Lower California, and San Diego, and was
flying the American flag. His crew
of three men, crouched behind fish
nets, fired eighteen shots and the En Ensenada
senada Ensenada steered off, the captain re reported.
ported. reported. Mr. Wilbur C. Smith, who some
days ago took an examination before
the state board of examiners, has re received
ceived received notice that he passed same
successfully and is now a full-fledged
embalmer, entitled to a state license.
Mr. Smith, before his connection with
E. C. Jordan & Co., served some years
undeV his father in the undertaking
business, and now that he is a licens licensed
ed licensed embalmer may, reasonably expect
a good share of the trade in his line.
Their place of business is on West
Broadway near their furniture store.
Pictures framed well and quickly at
The Murray Company. 20-3t.

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SETBACK BEFORE MEETUIG
E OF A SPY
HE WAS GOING TO BE HUNG, SO
PREFERRED TO BE EXECU EXECUTIONER
TIONER EXECUTIONER HIMSELF
(Associated Press)
London, May 20. Anton Kuep Kuep-ferle,
ferle, Kuep-ferle, claiming to be an American
citizen, once a resident of Brooklyn,
who has been on trial charged with
giving military information to Eng England's
land's England's enemies, committed suicide last
night at Brixton prison, it is report reported,
ed, reported, by hanging himself.
Kuepferle left a written statement
bearing testimony to the fairness of
his trial. He confessed he was a sol soldier
dier soldier and said he wished to die as a
soldier, and not mount the scaffold as
a spy.
ROUGH ON ROOSEVELT
Bitter Attack on the Ex-President by
Senior Counsel for Barnes
(Associated Press)
Syracuse, May 20. William M.
Ivins, chief counsel for William
Barnes, in his suit for libel against
Theodore Roosevelt, concluded his ad address
dress address to the jury today by assailing
the former president as being the
real "Professor Jekyl and Dr. Hyde
personality," instead of Barnes. Ivins
urged the jury in considering the
credibility of the defendant to re remember
member remember his statement in which he
said he would never again be a candi candidate
date candidate for president.
'ARMED ANARCHISTS"
Name Applied by MeCorkle to Mine
Guards and Colorado Militia
. (Associated Press)
Washington, May 20. Rev. Daniel
S. MeCorkle of Sunrise, Wyo., today
told the industrial relations commis commission
sion commission that sending armed forces into
the Colorado coal strike region was
treason and advocated the execution
of the men proven guilty. He declar declared
ed declared the strikers were justified in re resisting
sisting resisting violence, in view of the fact
that the invaders were "armed an anarchists."
archists." anarchists." QUIET REIGNS IN THE )
PORTUGUESE CAPITAL
(Associated Press)
Lisbon, May 20. The new ministry
having been definitely formed and the
revolutionary committee dissolved,
the capital is quiet.
SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN
ASSEMBLY IN SESSION"
! (Associated Press) 1-
Newport News, May 20. The
Southern Presbyterian General As Assembly
sembly Assembly opened its fifty-fifth conven convention
tion convention here this morning to continue ten
days. Devotional exercises were fol followed
lowed followed by a business session. Evan Evangelism
gelism Evangelism will be the chief topic of the
day's discussions-
There was a special in yesterday's
Times-Union about the controversy
between Citrus and Levy counties
over which the Camp's dam property
belongs to. The crux of this matter
is, that the Florida Power Co. has
gone into the wilderness and created
a valuable property, and now two
counties are trying to reward it by
seeing which can pull its leg the
hardest.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

HI! IS Ell MIOi THE CITIES TO BE 01
.THE ROUTE

CAssociated Press)

Chattanooga, May 20. Commis Commissioners
sioners Commissioners from Illinois, Indiana, Ohio,
Kentucky, Georgia, Tennessee and
Florida met here today to select a
route for the Dixie Highway from
Chicago to Miami. The sessions will
probably last through Saturday.
Clark Howell of the Atlanta Con Constitution,
stitution, Constitution, chairman of the commission
presided.
There is intense rivalry among the
various sections fro highway routes.
Many cities sent delegations to work
for their interests. ;
BALL GAME THIS AFTERNOON
The Waldo baseball team arrived
this afternoon, to play the local nine.
Jolley is with the Waldo boys, and it
is supposed he will pitch.
BUSINESS MEN WILL PLAY BALL
The business men who are lining
up to play ball against the regular
team are practicing steadily. They
have lots of good material to pick
frqm, and if the regulars think they
will have a walkover they are badly
mistaken. Among the players on the
business men's team are Howard
Clark, D. C. Stiles, S. L. Mathews, N.
C. Geise, T. B. Pasteur, R. T. Stroud,
W. E. Davir, Jos. W. Borden, R. L.
Anderson Jr., C. L. -Anderson, et als.
IN TIIE CIRCUIT COURT
The jury in the case of McKay vs.
Ray, which has been occupying the
attention of the circuit court for the
past three days, yesterday afternoon
brought in a verdict for the defend defendant,
ant, defendant, tr
A case for damages of O. C.
Stoops vs. W. J. Frink is being heard
by a jury this afternoon.
A NIFTY WINDOW
The "June Bride's" window at
Rheinauer's is attracting a great deal
of attention. The window itself is de designed
signed designed to represent the interior of a
church, with its stained paneled win windows,
dows, windows, etc. The window contains just
about everything that goes to make a
complete outfit for a June bride (and
incidentally also for the groom.) The
trunk has the usual embelishments
of a "newly-wed" affair. Tied on the
outside are ribbons, baby shoes, old
shoes, etc., with the proper recognized
and authorized inscriptions attached.
The whole display is covered with
rice.
This splendid display is "the work
of Mr. E. C. Greenwood of the shoe
department and Mr. Charles Simpson
of the gents' furnishing department,
than whom it would be hard to find a
more competent pair of decorators.
ELECTRA
Electra, May 18. The farmers of
this section are smiling over the
showers of rain we are having of late.
Mr. L. D. Marsh and daughter Miss
Annie, and Mr. George Aired and
Mr. Compton of the muck farm made
a business trip to the Brick City this
week.
The Frances Annie left today with
a load of freight for Jacksonville.
The young folks enjoyed an ice
cream supper at Mr. and Mrs. Mock's
last Saturday night. Time was pass passed
ed passed in music and card playing.
Mr. L. D. Marsh and son H. L.
Marsh and C. W. Caldwell and Sykes
Aired made a trip to Jacksonville
last week with the Frances Annie.
Mrs. Barber and son, Mr. A. J. Hol Hol-ton
ton Hol-ton rp'ent Sunday at Mrs. R. A. Hal-
ford's.
Mrs. D. F. Stebbleton and Mrs. J.
P. Halford spent Sunday afternoon
with Mrs. G. W. Brant, who is sick.
Mrs. G. A. Sellars and son, H. M.
Sellars, made a trip to Ocala Sunday.
They will return today.
Mr. G. W. Brant filled his appoint appointment
ment appointment Sunday at the Electra Baptist
church.
Messrs. Dan Fort and Homer Ram Ramsey,
sey, Ramsey, Misses Martha Fort, Maryella
Mock and Selma McKenney spent
Sunday afternoon with Miss Mae Hal-
ford.
Mr. Wilson Caldwell took dinner
Sunday with his friend, Mr. R. O
Halford.
Mr. J. P. Halford and Mr. T. J.
Sellers and Cecil Sellers spent Mon

day with Mr. J. H. Halford.

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CLASH IN THE
RIGGS CASE
EX-SENATOR BAILEY IS BUMP BUMPTIOUS,
TIOUS, BUMPTIOUS, AS USUAL
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 20. Argument
in the Riggs National Bank injunc injunction
tion injunction suit again Secretary McAdoo and
Comptroller Williams was marked
today by a clash between former Sen Senator
ator Senator Bailey and Justice McCoy. Bail Bailey
ey Bailey threatened to withdraw from the
case when McCoy refused to hear his
argument. Bailey was arguing for
the admissibility of 'the affidavit dis disclaiming
claiming disclaiming relations between the bank
and Lewis Johnson & Co., stock brok brokers.
ers. brokers. McCoy interrupted to say he
had already ruled it be admitted, and
that farther argument only took time.
Bailey retorted that the justice had
already taken more time than he in intended
tended intended to take for what he intended
to say. McCoy replied his remark
was highly Improper, and if there
was a repetition he would rule him
out of the case.
Bailey started to withdraw but the
other lawyers for the bank persuaded
him to continue his arguments.
LIST LENGTHENS
True and Tried Sports Buy
Season
Baseball Tickets
Following is the list of thos who
up to date have bought tickets for the
season of 1915 from the Ocala bast bast-ball
ball bast-ball association:
T. T. Munroe.
Marsh's Market.
Chas. H. Lloyd.
II. W. Tucker.
Z. C. Chambliss.
George MacKay.
L. R. Chazal & Sons Company.
B. F. Condon.
Harrivgton Hall.
O. K. "Grocery.
Ocala National Bank.
Dr. M. C Izlar.
Court Pharmacy.
Moore & Company.
Mclver & MaeKay.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
IL A.. W'atermait.
Munroe & Chambliss Natl. Bank.
J. Brown.
Tydings Drug Store.
Marion Hardware Company
Florida Title & Abstract Company.!
E. L. Stapp.
E. II. Martin.
Gates Garage.
Ocala Manufacturing Company.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Company.
M. R. Williams.
J. M. Meffert.
Andrew Blocher.
, Chas. E. Davis.
George Rentz, two books.
Ocala House.
A. C. Cobb.
D. W. Tompkins.
B. Goldman.
Commercial Bank. i
Knight & Lang.
Grover McClure.
R. L. Anderson Jr.
G. D. Hogan Co.
Moses Grocery Co.
E. A. Osbom.
C CarmichaeL
L. N. Green.
II. A. Davies.
J. D. Robertson.
M. Fruchtman.
The Ocala Banner.
Ocala Evening Star.
Mr. J. L. Billingslsy and L Is mother
Mrs. Billingesley, arrived in. Orlando
from Miami this afternoor i, having
motored through. Orlando Reporter Reporter-Star,
Star, Reporter-Star, s
On Saturday and Mon day, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one J1 J1-lar's
lar's J1-lar's worth of other groceiies. for
cash. Smith Grocerv Co. Phone- 434. tf
SEE lilts FARM on the Silver
Springs road which fumisi es the
Merchant's Cafe every da r with
fresh veget.jles, milk and gT ,"tf

EVIDENT THAT ITALY

. WAR IMMEDIATELY
FIRS! GUMS MAY BE FID AT M I.OIE Oil TOE
. AUSTRIA!! FHOQTIER

(Special to

Rome, May 20, 7:30 p. el Parliament has granted the minister cf
war full powers-for all his official acta. The acta of parliament today
plainly indicate the government expects war immediately.

WILSON AGAIN IN WASHINGTON
President is Home from Great Naval
Review at New York
(Associated Pra)
WnshWtnn. Mav 20. The Mav-
flower with President Wilson aboard
arrived from New York this morn
ing. The president
the White House.
KrpaVf noted flt
BOUGHT- A IIO.ME
manager oitnebur, tooay oougnx
irom mr. u. w. AompKins we resi residence
dence residence property on Sanchez street sit situated
uated situated between the homes of Messrs.
Troxler and Peyser. Mr. Leaven good
will move into his home on June 1st.
Mr. Wilbur Cleveland leaves Sun
aay ior i-iKeianu iu uaa.tr tuargc ui
xt. tti t-:i i Ttn,:i
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ai oxm
n0ie m uu.c v
une ox wor, mey wui w
mm leave me city, a ue m
Ocala's most popular young men.
-sieves years ox experience
wnr.cuuM.er "w"7
the Harrington Hall have made for
mm a wiue auamuu, ,; """
traveling men 01 me sxe, wno wiu
always rememoer iu iw mm up
wnen journeying m roi couniy me-
tropohs. The daily visits of the Ocala
evening Otar win .eep nituur
ea on me aoings ox n ie
ana we wisn mm every success v iue
Kibfer.
Mr. IV C. Stevens received noti
fication this morn in cr from A. C. L-1
headquarters that he had been given
the High Springs watch inspection
territory, which embraces a wide
. f A
area. rlr. Stevens now inspecx
Mrvatches for all of the Lakeland dis-
trfct and part of the Jacksonville,!
Gainesville and Waycross districts.
The inspection work is done by Mr.
I. V. Stevens, who is an expert in
this work and also a most genial
and popular gentleman. The work,
however, -takes him from Lakeland
a gTeat part .of the time, which his
friends very -much regret. Lakeland
Telegram.
COMMENCEMENT
ORCIIESTRA AND 3I0RUS
Ta f th chorus and or
cheira for -commencement music are
requested $P meet for rehearsal at the
nt;t. rhth Thursdav evening.
faT 20th -at 8:16 .o'clock.
"
A. E. Gerie.
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i
f TTarrv Dii-kson and Marion

tv hnticrht throutrh the CarlUorae, supper was served. It consist-

Dann real estate agency two beautiful
if r-iJni riHvA. These urom-
. . e
ment and industrious young men say
they are preparing for the future.
j c.
tv,. noi fn'pnHii of these voune
mra Will expect daily to hear of wed-
i .rm
t t TCvU of Gadsden. Abu. who

recently purchased a large tract of Several girls of Oxford gave a
land at Bonita Springs, -has added to temperance lecture at the school
his holdings in that progressive com- house Friday night, which was enjoy enjoy-munity
munity enjoy-munity by the purchase of an addi- ed by all who attended. A medal was

A m-m J w
tional acreage. It is understood that
Mr. Kyle will develop his property
during the coming winter- Ft. Myers
Press.
On Saturday ana Monday,
oounds cf sugar for f 1, with one dol

tar's worth of other groceries, ior wniuryu -; -csh.
Smith Grocery Co. Phone 454. tf The Murray Company.

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EXPECTS TO CO "J
the Star)
WILDERS RETURN TO GEORGIA
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Wilder and
little daughter will leave early in the
morning in their automobile for Ma-
Icon, ua, where they will reside in iu-
turc tomorrow Right
in Valdosta, arriving in HawkinsviBe
the next evening, where they will
Pnd a few days with Mr. Wilder'
uncle, Mr. T. II. Bennett, who also re
cently left Ocala, going .thence to Ma
con. Mr. and Mrs. Wilder have been.
residents of Ocala a little over &
home &nd wisheg m &n
BLITCnTON
Blitchton, May 20. Mr. Lealand
Akin spent Thursday in Ocala.
I 9 n p,fftM.
It.,.-,
I u jrK-
.Mr. and Mrs. B. C Blitch spent
j Monday in Ocala.
Dr mitch j3 Ependil2? this week on
pa,t coaL
a AM Mr 1
p ,MuaaA tr.
day caHers.
-Mr. Landis Blitch returned home
Tuesdsy and was accompanied by fr.
Roland WUkinson, of St. Petersburg
fa hU IIayne3 aX2tomobile.
, n nknr r,t
Qcala &nd Migs Wade of N. pagJ
I through Wednesday cnroate to Wil-
I listen
m j rra n t? T?m ?.f
S. IL Blitch and Miss Legie Blitch
attended the funeral of Mr. John B.
Epperson at Williston Wednesday.
PEDRO
Pedro, May 19. We are enjoying
fine weather now. Oats are cut and
I . Il
i most 01 incm m sneiter.
. We warned you last week of the
wedding bells and they really rang"
Saturday night, when Mr. D. L. Boca
of Belleview, and Mrs. Ella Pittxnra
were quietly married by Rev. i.
Proctor at Mrs. Pi ttman's home. T&s
bride and groom Wt for their I utur
home at BeUevicw Tuesday. Mrs.
Pittman will be greatly missed by her
friends of Pedro. We hope Mr. and
I Mrs. Boon will eny a long and pros
perous married life.
j Quite a crowd of young folks t
tended the picture show at Ocala Sat
urday night. Among them were Miss-
1 es Lena Perry, Bessie Snow, Eds
Perry, Messrs. Spurgeon Fink, Henry
uaorn ana i-anier x uimiu
A social given by Mr. Deni
urday night was much enjoyed by a
I mm J
I crowd oi nearly one nnimrei- pw
1 .
Part or tne evening was spent ia
dancing. After dancing became tire-.
I ...
ed of sandwiciies, caxes ana coee.
After every one had eaten until their
heart was content, tfcey oancea a nw
set more and parted for their homes.
Everybody is invited to attend the
picnic given by tne canning ciuo rins
next Saturday. Everybody come and
brine well tinea DasKets. JJ inner wai
near Mr.
DC spread unuer we uats
Walter Nichols' home.
.
onerea to tne gin oo maue Wi v
talk. Miss ESe Mae Hooks was the
winner.
Mr. ana iirs. a. u. fiw-wi
Sunday with Mrs. Proctor's parents,
lopir.ana
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OCALA ETfeXtKG StARVTHUBSDAY, MAY 20, 1915

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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
' BITTINGEK & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
ft. R. Carroll, Generar Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Oc-'a. Fla., pstoffice
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Three months, in advance.
Qua month, in advance. .
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Napoleon said, "Beyond the Alps t observing Eas-ter in Constantinople,
lies Italy," and Germany says Italy I the Allies will be lucky if they are
is lying over that way yet. ) there in time to celebrate the fourth
j of July.
The Senate has refused to support
die action of Governor Trammell in j President Rogers and several mem mem-luspending
luspending mem-luspending the sheriff of Palm Beach ; bers of the board of governors met

county.
The next news in the Frank case j
probably will be noose. Tampa Tri-j
bune. I
Both Frank and the public have j
been hanging in suspense for two 1
years.
A dispatch from Bucharest says:
'Rouriiania's entrance into the war
will immediately follow Italy's. The
armv is now on a war footiner and
will strike Austria through Transyl-1
vama.
The Turks are reported to have left
Adrianople practically defenseless,
by withdrawing nearly all men and
field guns from the city and vicinity
in order to send them to the Darda Dardanelles.
nelles. Dardanelles. If the legislature is not going to
sincere and effectual measures
to make the state reform school
what it should be, it should abolish it.
Boy criminals would be safer and
better treated in the regular convict
camps than they haves been at Mar Mar-ianna.
ianna. Mar-ianna. Parts of Mexico are almost as bad badly
ly badly off as Belgium. Lines of people
form daily in front of the office of
Carranza's government in Vera Cruz,
to obtain scanty rations of corn doled
out to keep them from starving. The
people regret the good days of Am American
erican American occupation.
Hobson thinks the sinking of the
Lusitania was the result of a British
plot to embroil the United States
with Germany. We regret to say
Hobson isn't the only dernphool who
thinks so or says so. The greatest
mistake Richmond Pearson Hobson
ever made was not to get himself
killed when he sunk the Merrimac.
Now that the ex-governor has giv given
en given the hint, perhaps the campaign
meetings in the next senatorial race
will consist of a prayer by. Perry
Wall, a hymn by Nath. Bryan and a
sermon by Gilchrist. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. In which case, all three would be
beaten.
A dispatch from Berlin last eve evening
ning evening said that the foreign secretary
had submitted to Chancellor Von
Bethmann-Hollwegg the preliminary
draft of the German reply to the
United States' note. The chancellor
suggested some changes. The revised
draft will be presented .to the minis ministerial
terial ministerial council tody. The reply will
likely be sent to the United States to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Owing to the courtesy of the Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Times, we are enabled to print to today
day today the Central Florida route of the
Dixie highway, which our representa representative,
tive, representative, Mr. Rooney, is striving for in
Chattanooga today. If the highway
'follows this route, tourists who use it
will be able to see the very best of
peninsular Florida the interior and
- both coasts.
A dispatch from Berlin says that a
high German official said yesterday to
an American correspondent: "Aus "Austria
tria "Austria has gone as far as national dig dignity
nity dignity will permit. It now lies with
Italy whether it shall be peace or
war. We are prepared for either. It
is known that Italy has been prepar preparing,
ing, preparing, and it is believed that she is de determined
termined determined to force war."
' Speaking of the reform school at
Marianna, the Tampa Times very
truthfully remarks that "As to twist twisted
ed twisted views of things in general, it
seems to the Times that some of the
folks up at Tallahassee, who should
take these things in hand and to
heart, are more in need of reform
than nine-tenths of the lads who are
sent to Marianna."
There are very few men who fight
behind works better than the Otto Ottomans.
mans. Ottomans. Thirty-eight years ago, at
?levna, for six months, they held a
reatly superior army of- Russians
md Roumanians at bay, rolling them
back three times in disastrous defeat.
Their fighting on the Gallipoli pen peninsula
insula peninsula indicates that they haven't de deteriorated.
teriorated. deteriorated. In the report of the
fighting at Achibaba, it is established
from the Allies own report that after
the Turkish trenches had been fairly
drowned for fifteen minutes by an
inferno of shell-fire, the Turks hold holding
ing holding them were able to drive back,
with rifles and machine guns, a des desperate
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at the Board of Trade rooms last
night, to consider the report that the
state reform school might be located
near Ocala. They decided that it
would be a good thing, and advise
that it be pushed along. It is to be
hoped that our representatives will be
j able to make the move. It would be
muni muie iu liic auvaniagc ui lug
school than to -the advantage of Ocala
for the change to be made. It would
be under the public eye here, and if
abuses crept in they would be more
likelv to be discovered and reported
before they became rank.
Mr. R. S. Hall, cheerful as ever,
was interviewed yesterday regarding
the business situation. He sees noth nothing
ing nothing but improvement; says the coun country
try country is "getting used to it," and that
is half the battle. Mr. Hall doesn't
believe there will be any war between
America and Germany. He says we
have level-headed men in charge of
our government, and that the good
commonsense of Germany will also
come to the front before any irre irretrievable
trievable irretrievable step is taken. The practical
optrcism of such men as Mr. Hall has
been the saving grace of America in
the last nine months.
Report comes in that the Big Cy Cypress
press Cypress Seminoles are almost starving.
But these are not Belgians. Germany
violated her treaty and so did we,
and if we feed those she has wronged
why could not the kaiser send some
thing to our Seminoles? Times-
Union."1
Will the esteemed Times-Union
out of the wealth of its information,
supply the date and terms of the
treaty with the Big Cypress Semi
noles which has been violated.
Mr. B. R. Chambers came in this
morning from Fairfield, and reports
the shippers of vegetables in high
glee. Medium to high prices have
been received for everything that has
gone forward to date, and tho the re recent
cent recent dry spell has somewhat curtailed
the quantity, the quality has been
good, resulting in most satisfactory
returns.
SPINELESS CACTUS
Fruit and forage slabs for sale
cheap next fall. Buy from me and
you will get the rapid growing var
iety. Some cactus are poor growers.
D. Gamble, 1135 S. Orange street,
Ocala, Fla. 5-18-6t
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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
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THE GRANDFATHER CLAUSE

Editor Star: It has been stated on
the streets of Ocala that the "grand "grandfather
father "grandfather clause" law will deprive some
white men of their votes. This is
wholly untrue.
The law will not deprive a single
white man of his vote in Florida. The
provision that the voter must have
$500 worth of property assessed to
him and be able to read and write the
constitution of Florida does not apply j
to a single naturalized citizen oi tne
United States, no matter where he
came from, nor to any white man
whomsoever.
This law is so worded that it does
cut out colored men from voting, and
it cuts out every wandering tempor temporary
ary temporary turpentine and sawmill hand who
is colored, and every shiftless, irre irresponsible
sponsible irresponsible colored man in the state, but
it does not cut out such colored men
as Frank Gadson, Levi Alexander,
Prof Wiley and other colored men of
intelligence and property. As a mat
ter of fact it sets a standard for am ambitious
bitious ambitious young colored men to work
to, and will in the long run be the
best thing that ever happened to
them. It solves the question of the
use of irresponsible colored voters in
ward politics, etc.
It is a law in force in other south southern
ern southern states and found by the practical
test of years of experience to be good.
A law that has been to the supreme
court of the United States and stood
that test.
One of the best known lawyers in
Ocala said to me the other day that
any opposition by a white man to
this law must have its root in some
private interest.
Any statement that any white man
loses his vote through the grand grandfather
father grandfather clause law is wholly untrue
Respectfully, P. H. Nugent.
BELLEVIEW
Belleview, May 19. Mr. R. L.
Sumner is walking about four inches
higher than usual, ever since last
Monday morning when a twelve pound
boy made his appearance out at the
Sumner home. He is a dandy for sure
and certain and some day he will
take the first prize at the baby show.
Mrs. L. IIJ Harrell came up from
Plant City last Monday and will visit
with Mr. and Mrs. W. Kilpatrick for
a week.
Mr. A. C. Davenport of Omaha,
Neb., arrived last Monday and is vis visiting
iting visiting with his son, Mr. E. A. Daven Davenport
port Davenport at the pecan grove.
Master William Fielding came in
last Tuesday from Gainesville, where
he has been attending school, and
will spend his vacation with his par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Fielding.
Miss Minnie Kilpatrick is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Lansford at Silver
Springs, this week.
The numerous friends of Dad Har Har-dison
dison Har-dison are rejoiced to see him out and
around once more.
Mrs. E. A. Davenport spent several
days in Ocala last week.
Mr. O. S. Shade of Tampa and Mrs.
O. S. Shade of Jacksonville, spent
Saturday and Sunday in town looking
over their farm several miles east of
town.
Mr. J. D. Beatty, who has been run running
ning running the Hotel Marion for several
months, has been in Daytona the past
week and has leased one of the finest
barber shops in that prosperous city.
Mr. Beatty is making arrangements
to move his family to Daytona in the
near future and Belleview will be the
loser.
Mr. James N. Shedd is building an
extension to his house out on. the
farm and as soon as completed he
will make his home there during the
crop season.
Mrs. James N. Shedd left for Ash Ash-burn,
burn, Ash-burn, Ga., last Sunday night to visit
with her sister, Mrs. A. W. Burgess.
Harry Jones played on the Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield nine in the game on the
Ocala diamond last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sands Ha viland are
enjoying their last camping trip for
this season over at their place on
Smith Lake, before returning to their
home at Marlboro, N. H.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Frank Haviland
left last Monday night via all rail for
their summer home in Bridgeport,
Conn. One of Mr. Haviland's last
official acts was to renew his sub subscription
scription subscription to the Weekly Star, so as to
receive full and authentic news from
the little old town during their ab absence.
sence. absence. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Cogswell of
Fairfield, Conn., are leaving us this
Friday night to go back north to
swelter the summer away, and to pre prepare
pare prepare and get ready to come back to
Belleview again, and so as to keep in
j close touch with everything that
goes on in ueueview, rir. vjogsweu
came around and with a broad smile
planked down' one fifty to have the
Weekly Star follow him up to Con
necticut each and every week during
their absence: Three renewals for
one week is not bad for war times.
Mr. C. E. Connor of North Lake
Weir came over Sunday afternoon
and spent the evening with his broth
er, Prof. A. B. Connor. Mr. C. E.
Connor" took the night train for Pal Palmetto,
metto, Palmetto, Fla., to visit the Eastern Star
Lodge at that place. From Palmetto
he goes to Jacksonville to attend a
meeting of the Grand Lodge Knights
Templar Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday.
Prof. A. B. Connor returned from
Tallahassee last Friday night, having
completed his state examinations.
While in Tallahassee Prof. Connor
visited the State College for Women
and he was charmed with his treat
ment and the efficiency of that insti
tution. He says he has visited a num

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and this ranks among the first. Prof,
and Mrs. Connor are contemplating
taking short courses this summer.
They believe in keeping abreast with
the progress in their chosen profes
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SOME FORMS OF
RHEUMATISM CURABLE
Rheumatism is a disease character
ized by pains in the joints and in the
muscles. The most common forms
are: acute and chronic rheumatism
rheuamtic headaches, sciatic rheuma rheumatism
tism rheumatism and lumbago. All of these 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
ed part will give instant relief. Sloan's
Liniment is good for pain, and espe especially
cially especially rheumatic pain, oecause it pen
etrates to tne seat oi tne 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-in-wky
Do you use real up-to-the-minute
stationery? Our initial and plain cor correspondence
respondence correspondence cards are this kind. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
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 Pme-Tar-Honey is an ever
ready household remedy it gives im immediate
mediate immediate relief. Pine-Tar-Honey pene
trates the linings of the throat and
lungs, destroys the germs, and allows
nature to act. At your druggist, 25c
vuv. ra-inu-in-wicy
Purdy Boone, a young man from
Kendrick, is at the hospital, .being
prepared for a difficult operation.
HOW MRS HARROD GOT RID
OF HER STOMACH TROUBLE
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everything I heard
of, but the only relief I got was tem temporary
porary temporary until last spring I saw Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and nro-
cured a bottle of them at our drug
store. I got immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pain in the stomach, writes
Mrs. Linda liar rod. Fort Wayne, Ind
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
We have a large stock or old soup
which we are selling real cheap. AI
good quality. Ceng's. 4-87-tf
If yon want to rent a house, get a
hargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm

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"We iiaiance all rork befo re it leave3 the ?hop. Jame3 Coleman
will repair your, motor cars in first class shape.
Our FA Mathews is the best general blacksmith in the city. All
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Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for
three summers," writes Mrs. Walter
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
last time, was my worst.
1 had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk about Could not do any of my
housework.
I also had dreadful pains In my back
and sides and when one of those weak,
sinking spells would come on me,' I
would have to give up and lie down,
until it wore off.
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health, when I finally decided to try
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Thought for the Day

, t : ;a e i Looney is leader and will be assisted
D.e when we may, I want it said of.
! . . n,f iby Mrs. I-rank Harris, i. R. Bridges,
i me, by those who know me best, that! T .
;, i i j j J- M. Gross and others. Everybody
1 always plucked a thistle and plant-1 ,....

1 .-.'uuld eigw. Lincoln.
! Sponsor for the South
j The Atlanta Journal says: "Miss
Ann Carter Lee, of Upperville, Ga.,
i.u- b en appointed by Gen. Bennett
Ii. 1 oi:ng, commander of the United
Confederate Veterans, as sponsor foi
; th'j Si'!th at the l-eunion in Richmond.
Mi : Le is a granddaughter of Gen Gen-!
! Gen-! err-. I Robert E. Lee. She is named foi
Ultiioial I.ce'.5 mother, Ann Carter,
do cnvlanc of King Carter, of Vir
jg'ni i. Li-.r.t year, at Jacksonville
; Mi : Carter Hampton of South Caro Caro-t
t Caro-t Una, ra.'ghter of General Wad
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Eastern Star Sewing Circle
Mrs. R. R. Carroll charmingly en
tertained the Eastern Star sowing
circle on Wednesday.
During the afternoon Mr. Lester
Lucas, the popular basso and inter interlocutor
locutor interlocutor of Coburn's minstrels, delight delighted
ed delighted those present by singing "When
the Eainbow Shines Bright at Morn"
and "Gypsy Love Seng," Miss Erin
Yonge playing the accompaniments.
Mrs. Carroll assisted by her bright
little daughter Merris and Miss
Yonge served delicious cake and ice
cream.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer A. Seymour
announce the marriage of their
daughter Alta Elizabeth, to Mr. Har Harbin
bin Harbin R. Hinton cn June lGth, 1915, at
Summerfield, Fla.
Mr. John Chazal leaves on the sec second
ond second of June for Lafayette, Ind., to
spend commencement week at his
alma mater, Perdue University, and
to visit friends.
Mr. Morris Smith, whose business
necessitates him making Jacksonville
headquarters, was a popular Ocala
boy spending last night at his home
in this city.
Mrs. Napoleon Hickman, who has
spent the winter in Ocala the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. L. R. Chazal,
left today for Philadelphia.
Miss Jessie Mcintosh. left today for
Jacksonville for a brief visit to Mrs.
W. H. Dodge, en route to Davidson,
S. C, to visit Jier brother Mr. William
Mcintosh at Davidson College. After
commencement Miss Mcintosh will be
accompanied home by her brother,
who will spend the summer with his
parents.
--The members of the eighth grade,
chaperoned by their teacher, Miss
Elizabeth Mizelle, are planning to
spend Saturday picnicking at North
Lake Weir.
Miss Melvine Burts, a pretty Tam Tampa
pa Tampa girl who recently visited her
aunt, Mrs. E. M. Osborne in this city,
has been selected maid of honor on
Gen. Ray's staff to represent the
Fourth Brigade, North Carolina Di Division,
vision, Division, at the Confederate reunion in
Richmond next month. Miss Myrtle
Dodge of Lake City, Mrs. Laura Belle
Dean of Jacksonville, formerly of
Ocala and Mrs. C. O. Burts of Tampa,
will also be members of the staff.
Mrs. Burts and daughter' will leave
Tampa in a few days and do not ex expect
pect expect to return home until the latter
part of June, visiting Washington,
Ashville and other points while ab absent.
sent. absent.
A unique shower given recently for
a Daytona bride-elect who is well
known to the Ocala colony frequent frequenting
ing frequenting the beach was noted as follows in
the Times-Union: "Complimenting
Miss Ella Willaume, bride-elect, Miss
Ruth Coates entertained at a pre preserve
serve preserve shower on Friday afternoon.
After a flower contest in which Mrs.
Ackland Stilling nee Miss Mildred
Randall was the prize winner, a love lovely
ly lovely basket with a jar of orange jelly,
Master Albert Van de Vord entered
the living room pulling an express
wagon, beautifully trimmed in pink,
and filled with all kinds of delicious
preserves. A verse was attached to
each jar of preserves, which was read
aloud by the honoree. After the read
ing of the verses the guests were in-;
vited into the dining room, where
tempting chicken salad, nasturtium
sandwiches, olives, saltines and mints
were served.'
In the mother and child contest
held recently at the Photographers')
Convention in Philadelphia, the first j
prize was awarded to Floridians, Mrs. j
Edward Smearing and baby of Lake'
City.
Mr. S. G. Moyer of Tampa is a
guest for the night of his wife's
mother, Mrs. Edward Badger.
Mrs. James Hill" will entertain Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening at a motion picture
party, honoring Miss Elizabeth Ab-
son, an attractive visitor.
m m m
Mrs. S. A. Mel son is visiting rel relatives
atives relatives at Columbia. r
The literary meeting of the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Society will be held at the
Methodist church Friday afternoon

j from 4 to 5 o'clock. Mrs. George C.

Relative of Ocalans Won a High Dec Decoration
oration Decoration The. hero in the following item,
clipped this morning from the Oban
Times, Scotland, is a cousm to the
children and grandchildren of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Niel Alexander
Ferguson, estimable pioneer settlers
of Florida, whose home was at Old Old-town
town Old-town in this county. Mr. Ferguson
as a native highlander, uncle to Lt.
Morrison and his only surviving
laughter, is Mrs. B. A. Weathers of
this city. Among his grandchildren
residing in Ocala are Mrs. S. T. Sis Sis-,runk.
,runk. Sis-,runk. Miss Annie Atkinson, Messrs.
D. Niel and Van Hood Ferguson and
'.he sons and daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Weathers:
News was received last week that
.he Military Cross has been conferred
Dn Second Lieutenant William S
! Morrison, of the Royal Field Artil
lery, for conspicuous gallantry at the
great battle of Neuve Chapelle .re .recently.
cently. .recently.
Lieutenant Morrison, who is' only
twenty-one years of age, is the
youngest of five sons of the late Mr.
lohn Morrison, of Trumisgarry,
North Uist (and late of Bumbank
House, Oban), and Mrs. Morrison, 82
Newbattle Terrace, Edinburgh, serv serving
ing serving with the colors. He is a third
year arts student of Edinburgh Uni University,
versity, University, and was gazetted last August
on joining Kitchener's army at the
outbreak of the war. Prior 'to his en enlistment,
listment, enlistment, he was a member of the of officers'
ficers' officers' training corp, and was also a
cadet at George Watson's College be before
fore before entering the university. Since
November last he has been in the
trenches, except for a four days fur furlough
lough furlough in February, when he visited
home. Shortly after his return to
Flanders, the great battle of Neuve
Chapelle took place, where he dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished himself. The following is
the official account" of his gallantry
for which he got the distinction:.
"For conspicuous gallantry at
Neuve Chapelle from 10th to 14th
March, when h accompanied the in infantry
fantry infantry in the nttack and kept up com communication
munication communication with his battery although
his wires were "cut." He was wounded
and knocked down twice by shells
bursting near him, but continued per performing
forming performing his duties.
Mrs. Morrison has received a letter
from the king congratulating her on
having five sons serving with the
forces.- The c-ldesC is, John, a sur surgeon
geon surgeon in the navy. Alexander and
Neil are first and second lieutenants
respectively in the .Camerpn High Highlanders;
landers; Highlanders; Donald John, a medical stu student
dent student of the fourth year, is presently
with the field ambulance, Scottish
Horse; and William, who is a second
lieutenant in the Royal Field Artill Artillery,
ery, Artillery, is the youngest 'of the five, be being
ing being but 21 years. He has been on
the firing line since last November,
and last week was the recipient of the
Military Cross for corispicious gallan gallantry
try gallantry at; the recent battle of Neuve
Chapelle.
Social Postponed
The bazaar and social the King's
Daughters were to have held Friday
and Friday night in North Ocala has
been 'postponed until Thursday, May
27th, of next week.
Miss Elsie Meade expects to leave
the first of June for an extended vis visit
it visit to her former home, Cleveland, O.
(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 Ts bilL
OcalaGaS Company
PHONE 61
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Emb aimer'
fWith
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Furniture and
tlUndertakereJ
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Runaway June
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(Continued from Yesterday)
b'he Jerkcsl avcy. hvi loseU th
door toward which she darted and
gathering her In his Ion? arms, crush crushed
ed crushed her to him. June's struggles wert
futile and her shrieks mufHed. but one
pair of ears heard. There was a crash
of glass, the flash of. a Ion?. lithe,
white and brown Iody through th
room, and then Villa nl released hi
hold. Bouncer! He had sunk his
teeth Into VI Hard's arms, and now b
was a whirlwind of canine fury.
The man turned iale with fear, kick kicking
ing kicking and striking at tlie enraged ani animal.
mal. animal. "Bouncer!'
That cry from June saved VHlard's
life, fur the dojj, with a yelp of Joy.
was springing for his throat as he felL
The man hiy back. The dog stood still
motlonles. The man' hand moved
nervously. The collie moved precise precisely
ly precisely that same amount. Villard did not
twjtch a muscle from that time ou. ex except
cept except to speak.
"Call off the dor he ordered.
"Watch him. Bouncer. said Jun
quietly.
June rose from the chair Into which
she had limply sunk, but a cold anger
had come to replace her weakness. Sh

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Th Dog Wai Springing For Hia Throat
as He Fall.
walked from the room and, going tc
the house phone in the hall, called tc
the kitchen.
"Has Mrs. Villard returned?" she In
quired of the maid who answered.
"Not yet.'
. "Do you know where to reach her?"
"Any one down at tfie cottages wil'
. hunt her up and give her your mes
sage."
' "Ask her to come home immediately
please. Tell her It Is quite imiortant.
She walked back to the boudoir and
glanced In at the door. The two stat
nes were as she had left them. At th
sound of her footstep Bouncer waggec
the tip of hU tall, but not for one fleet
lng instant did he remove his flerj
eyes from the pale gray eyes of Ben
Villard.
Mrs. Villard, hurrying up the stain
within a few moments, found June lr
the landing alcove, white, shivering ai
if with cold.
"I'm sorry, Mrs. Villard, but I an
going at once, she said before the old
er woman had even a chance to speak
"Why, child-' Mrs. Vlllard's faci
was full of concern, but as she stared
at June her brows knotted and a flust
crept Into her cheeks "what what h
the matter she faltered.
June was already halfway up th
stairs.. Sh turned. Mrs. Villard, with
out a word, followed her. Side by sidi
the two women stood looking at th
man and the dog. -Mrs. Villard need
ed no explanation to tell her what had
happened. For the first time In hei
married life she gave way to anger.
"You beast r she cried, her cheeki
scarlet and her eyes flashing. "This If
the last! I warned you to leave thli
girl alone! I hate you! I could se
you torn to shreds! Go on, BouncerP
The collie crouched at June's feet.
The man rose cautiously.
"You forget r husked the man. "We
have a bargain!
Mrs. Villard lowered her eyes for s
moment.
"It is broken! she suddenly flared
"You have paid me well, and I have
served you well. But we were not tc
Interfere with each other's life. Yoc
have Interfered .with mine. I am
through r
She stripped her hands of herring?
and threw them at him. She swept
from the room. foUowed by June and
Bouncer. They heard the man tele
phoning for his racer at a nearby ga
rage, .and while Mrs. Villard ras still
packing her clothing her husband came
along the hall. He stopped-at the door.
"I don'i think you will find that yout
new line of work will pay you as wel!
as being my wife." the man snarled.
Mrs. VHlard sprang to th door and
closed It in his face, and Vil!.ird laugh
ed mockingly.
"He Is a beast! said Mrs. Villard
and sat down as if she w! hrd tc
say something more. There w.i tb
sound of wheels at the door. Mrs
Villard suddenly burled her face in hei
- CHAPTER III.
l ONCY! June was face to fact
V with another angle of that eter
I nal problem, which, it sceiutd
' to her, had complicated the en
tire relationship of men and women
Mrs. Villard had plainly sold henelfj
and the price is never great"jouh foi
any woman who has doue that. Alway
In June's rapidly widening observation
the man gave and the woman received,
and her very deiendence made the
question of matrlniouy one of essential
barter and sale. It was wrong! It de destroyed
stroyed destroyed the very source and fount of
love. Was there no remedy? June,
shaken though she was by her painful
experience of the morning, was
strengthened In her own resolve. The
answer to the problem was independ independence
ence independence even though she suffered in the
attainment of It. even though Ned
suffered. Tbeir lava wa&IJ Im all th

stronger for It, and lt would be pure ai
ways.
Could she have seen Ned at that mo moment
ment moment all her theories and all her dt
ductlons would have taken swift Chrht.

j and she would have bathed with her
tears the swollen 'wrist which he had
Just freed from the rough rope that
had bound 1L
Slowly and with Infinite pain Ned
finally freed hU haudt. They were
quivering as. with u mlsLty effort, he
raised them to the Lurk of his head
j and fumbled with the kuot which held
t his gag in place. It Feemed ages be-
fore he was able to remove that tight
Danuage. lie removed the tlsht thongs
from around his ankles. Ue limited
awkwardly for half a mile, bent and
stooped like an old man. tut exercise
restored hlux. and by the time he found
a road he was his vigorous self again
and full of the dogged determination
which had led him so far lu the pursuit
of his runaway bride.
Down the highway a mile or so he
found an obscure roadhouse. and he
strode in at the saloon door.
While ordering a 'bracer for his
shattered nerves be saw his two cap captors
tors captors sitting at a tab la, He rushed mad madly
ly madly ot them and knocked them both to
the floor. Dashing out of the place, he
saw their auto. He Jumied In. pressed
the starting button and sped away.
The house of Mrs. Villard was closed
and locked when Ned arrived there at
2 o'clock in the afternoon.
In the meantime June and Mrs. Vil Villard
lard Villard and Bouncer were snugly en ensconced
sconced ensconced in a pleasant hotel downtown,
and before her at the writing table
Mrs. Villard held open a bank book.
Its figures represented the price she
had received for the sale or her tea
best years, and f,he bad spent an hour
la the debate of whether to give up
her earnings. June bad been taken
into that debate, but she had been uble
to -offer no argument on either skie.
She had realized at last a great and
saddening truth that every woman's
problem must be for herself alone.
Marie meantime, with Officer Dowd
as interpreter, had telephoned every everywhere
where everywhere for news of Ned Warner, but
without result; then in despair she tel telephoned
ephoned telephoned the Villard house to excuse
her absence to June. That number
did not answer after repeated trials.
Marie, more frantic than ever and
feeling sure that she was about to lose
her mind, hurried straight down to the
station and took a train to the Villard
place.
lt was closed and locked. Even tht
servants were gone, but at the car carriage
riage carriage entrance stood the touring car.
The garage empty too! There were
no signs that Jens Janssen or Henri
had returned.
Just as Marie was pondering over
this remarkable circumstance there
came trudging down the drive a natty
little figure, its limbs neatly incased In
leather leggings. Its cap pushed on the
back of Its bead, but its tiny little
mustache all fuzzy. It was Henri, and
In his eyes was a very great weari weariness.
ness. weariness. "Where is Mr. Ned?" screamed Ma Marie.
rie. Marie. "Name of the good Lord!" groaned
Henri. "He Is watching the day per per-Daps.
Daps. per-Daps. Such a headache! And Henri
pressed his thumping brow.
"Where Is Jensf
"Vanished! I wake upw Jens is no
morel He has had a fight, they say.
He has been licked, they say. The
enormous ruffian who Is strong enough
to box my friend Jens has stolen the
machine, nere It is. Voila! Jens
must have returned!"
Marie shook Henri by the sleeve.
"Where is Mr. Ned?" she demanded.
"In the woods." Henri waved his
arms comprehensively.
"Not Uedr
"As you saw him. Mile, Marie. And
once more Henri was able to laugh.
He blew a kiss to the sky. "It was
well executed, mademoiselle. It was
Henri, myself, who"
Marie got Into the car.
"You take me right out there," she
ordered.
"Bravo!" he Approved. "It Is anoth another
er another good enterprise! I have enthusi enthusiasm!"
asm!" enthusiasm!" "Then don't talk about It!" snapped
Marie, and lightly as a cat Henri climb climbed
ed climbed over his spare tires, plumped into
the seat beside Marie, and away they
sped.
At 7:15 that "night Bobble and Iris
Blethering, the latter June Warner's
bosomest of bosom friends, strolled
into the Cafe New York. Suddenly
Iris grabbed Bobble by the arm, and
he turned to her in surprise. Iris for
the first time in her life was speech speechless,
less, speechless, and her face was pale, but she
could look. She was staring at a ta table
ble table in the corner. There sat the run runaway
away runaway bride, laughing and chatting hap happily
pily happily with a vivacious brunette, a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant faced lady of mature years, a dark,
handsome man with a black Vandyke,
a pink faced, white mustached man
Who bore ill th Arldanrwa rt m Hnm
rivant and a heavy, rmui i ; uim
with thick eyelids!
Her moment of paralysU pat. tin
hearty Iris maJe a straight ilre foi
June's table, and it was Bobbie's tun
to clutch her by the arm.
"Wait a minute. he unseled.
"But there's June! gasped Iris.
"Look here." he whispered in feet
ear while he held ber. "what can w
do? We Interfered once and mussed
it all up. Now. the right thing to do
is to telephone Ned."
Iris Blethering regarded her husband
with a dawning approbation. It wa.
the first time he had ever thought
faster than she. and she was proud
of him for IL
"111 fit right behind this post and
watch that table!" Iris promptly de decided.
cided. decided. "Yon telephone, and hurry op.
But I do wish I had a good place tc
cry!"
And. suppressing tbe tendency of
her bosom to heave, she dashed away
a ready tear and plumped into a chair
behind the pot-
Ned was at home when Bobble call called.
ed. called. He was ready to start on any
Journey -In search of June and U U-bert
bert U-bert Blye! When be arrlTed at the
cafe he found Iris and Bobble Blether Blethering
ing Blethering In a state of quivering excitement
"You're Just in time! gasped Iris.
"They're leaving." said Bobble.
Tbey hurried into the vast, richij
decorated, glittering cafe. About one
of the tables in the far corner were
the two whom Ned bad sought since
ttx r1aT nf but vrtwltlinar.

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solved ones
far all ihv CJarat
proved that Calumet Is highest not only ta
quality but la Ua'vtniK fon.-r ej well un unfailing
failing unfailing In results pure to the extreme and
wonderfully economical In use. Ask your
CTOCCT. And trv Calumet nnt Imlr r!-
Received HMest Awnnh
T4 f ipinfi
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All tbe pentup murder wblcb bad
seethed in Ned Warner's heart for
days flamed Into his eyes as. with an
oath, he started for I be table.
"Stop him. Bobble! Stop him!" sud suddenly
denly suddenly cried Irl.x Blethering, and. Jump Jumping
ing Jumping in front of Ned. she threw her arms
about his neck nnd hung her weight
upon him. while Bobble, also frightened
by the terrible expression of Ned's
countenance. Impeded his progress a
the other side.
Ned had turned to shake off his clog clogging
ging clogging friends when June, drawn by
some intangible force, wheeled slowly
and looked in that direction. She saw
only that it was her husband.
"Ned!" she cried.
Both Cunningham and Blye paled a
they saw that movement and what
had caused IL As by a simultaneous
Impulse they took her by tbe arms, ons
on each side, and turned her toward
the corner entrance near which they
had sat.
"I won't go!" she declared and tried
to hang back, but they forced "her ct
of the door.
Ned Warner saw Jane's piteous face
aa she half turned It to look bark, saw
her being kidnaped from under his
very eyes. and. bursting through the
group which Impeded him. he made a
dash among the tables and across tha
restaurant.
Too late! He reached the corner en entrance
trance entrance only in time to see Blye's luxu luxurious
rious luxurious limousine whirl away up tta
street. June was frantically determin determined
ed determined that she would not go where they
were taking ber. Mrs. Villard was
pale and panic stricken, but the other
three carried oat their pretense of
laughing coercion. On the front seat
with Scatti. Blye's wide ftsmred Ital Italian
ian Italian chauffeur, sat T. J. Edwards, tht
round headed, heavy roan, and hli
thick lidded eyes peered constantly
back through the glass, and tixre was
a. firm set to hU thick Hps.
There was no one at the lonely dock
upon which the swiftly peedlng li limousine
mousine limousine stopped abruptly, no one to
hear or heed the call f'r help wni-u
June tried to send up above the ncit
laughter of fire of her companions, for
now Edwards and Scatti Joined loudly.
In the hilarity.
There was a cold, stern volca la
June's ear.
"We've had quite enough of this nyt
teria. You're going along! It was
tho voice of GUbert Blye.
It was he who. with Ortn Cunning-"
ham. forced her from a lonely dock
Into the mot or boat which lay aloes aloes-aide,
aide, aloes-aide, and In another moment all except
ScntrJ were speeding swiftly away to toward
ward toward the long, low yacht which lay
midway of the misty river.
(To be Continued)
STOCK- FEED
We now have on hand a full line cf
stock feed corn, oats, bran, thorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
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' dCXLA" CteilKG CTAl.TilCliS5ATV MAT 23, 1915

Fotm

OCALA OCCURENCES j

Masons meet this evening.
Sons of Confederate Veterans meet
tomorrow night.

Reach mitts and gloves at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company- 20:3t.

Mr. Troy Hall of Wildwood spent
yesterday with his Ocala friends.

Vulcanizing. All work guaranteed.
Blalock Bros., 107 Oklawaha Ave. lm

For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 3GQ 1

Dr. Burns of Floral City was in
town today.

Buy your drugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the best always. 4-27-tf

Louisville Slugger bats, and Reach
balls at The Murray Company. 20-3t.

Dr. J. M. Gross returned last night
from a several days' trip to Key
West.

" Mr. Simon Fienberg and daughter,
Miss Sarah, were among the visitors
in town yesterday.

W. K. Ijane, M, T)., 'Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building.
Ocala, Fla,

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 64
May 2 93 62
May 3 89 62
May 4 87 66
May 5 85 71
May 6 92 58
May 7 94 68
May 8 86 72
May 0 C..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
May 18 88 68
May 20 69 88
Local Forecast
Fair tonight and Friday except
showers late tonight or Friday north northwest
west northwest portion.

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UliHLII uUilL HtNId
(Continued from Third Page)

Adelaide Hopkins, one of the most
respected colored women of the Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick community, passed away Sunday.

Master William Perry, a smart
youth who delivers the Times-Union,

id the misfortune to break his arm

this morning. While- going to school

in a hurry his books tripped him up
and he fell with such force as to
break his arm.

The Temple has a big bill on this
evening. There will be the second
chapter of "Flora Fourflush," in the
ten-billion-dollar mystery, the fun funniest
niest funniest serial yet. There will also be
"Bags of Gold," a three-reel Lubin
drama and the Ford weekly. The
Temple is giving a matinee every aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon now.

Mr. N. S. Williams has opened a
shop in the little "hole-in-the-wall,"
next to Frank's store, for the same of
the delicious candy which he is mak making
ing making at his factory on. "North Orange
street. The candy is made of pure
granulated sugar in all the best flav flavors
ors flavors and is put up in neat packages.
The Star has tried it and can testify
to its merit. Patronize this home in industry
dustry industry and keep it going.

Tell your physician, and tell him
plainly, to leave your prescriptions
where they'll be filled as written no

substitution here. The Court Phar

macy, tf

Messrs. M. L. Mersnon and Julian

Bullock were visitors to Gainesville
this week, combining pleasure with

business.

Have your prescriptions filled at

HpriV's. thft nnlv rm cr jsfnrA in Orala

i with more than one registered phar

macist. 4-27-tf

Rexall Liver alts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they

don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf

Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf

Call and examine our ou cents a

! pound box of chocolates. The box is

J plain but the chocolates are high
grade. Troxler's. 4-tf

Musical Program to be Given at the
Woman's Club Saturday
Saturday afternoon the annual
musical of the Woman's Club will be
held at the club house. Mrs. D. E.
Mclver, chairman of music, has ar arranged
ranged arranged for the afternoon an inter

esting program which will be as fol

lows:

Piano solo Miss Marguerite Por

ter.

Violin solo Miss Mary Connor.
Trio Miss Porter, Mrs. Goin and

Mrs. Chambers.

Piano solo Mrs. R. C. Camp.
Paper Miss Byrd Wart ma nn.
Vocal solo Mrs. H. M. Hampton.
Piano solo Miss Jean Austin.
Vocal solo Miss Porter.
Chorus, "Peace" By club.
The hostesses for the social half-

hour will be the members of the so social
cial social committee.

Sewing Circle Picnic
Next Tuesday the sewing circle of

the Methodist church will picnic at

Williams Springs. It is earnestly de

sired that all the members and all

who attend or entertain the circle will
attend. Will those who have convey conveyances
ances conveyances and can take others phone 201.
Those who have no way of going who

will go please phone 201, Mrs. A. T.
Thomas. The ladies are anxious to

have a full attendance and everybody

anticipates a full day of pleasure.

Mrs. J. B. Borland, Mrs. W. T. Du-

puis, Misses Louise and Ethel Bor Borland
land Borland of Citra, were morning shoppers

today.

This evening at the Mary Affleck

millinery parlors there will be held a

mid-summer opening to which the

patrons and friends of the establish

ment are cordially invited. A splen

did line of beautiful hats of all styles
will be shown.

Miss Mary Garrett and brother.

Mr. Donald Garrett expect to leave

June 2nd for Virginia to join their

mother, Mrs. J. C. Garrett. They will

be accompanied by Miss .Kate Scott

of Lake Weir, who will spend the

summer with relatives.

mm

Mrs. James Taylor is at Sorrento,

called there by the critical illness-, of

her grandfather. ::

CHICKEN SUPPER .

THIS EVENING

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'The ladies of -the East Broadway
church will serve a chicken supper at
the armory this evening, May 20th,
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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Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving 01 the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
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Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Essex and

daughter, who recently moved to
Ocala from Chattanooga, Term., are

now pleasantly located in the resi residence
dence residence on Watula street recently sold
and vacated by Mr. J. W. Kea. Mr.
Essex is a retired railroad man and

will engage in other lines of business

in Ocala, when he takes up an active
life again. Miss Essex will attend
school in Gainesville for a few weeks,

taking a special course.

Mr. D. S. Borland of Fort Myers.

one of the largest citrus fruit own owners
ers owners of the state, with possessions in

both his home county and Marion,

has been elected president of the Lee

County Citrus Exchange.

Mr. John 'Long of Tampa was a

pleasant visitor in the city last eve evening.
ning. evening.

With the close proximity of com

mencement all alumni "of the Ocala

high school should now be wearing

their class pins, in courtesy to the
seniors and to heighten the school

spirit.

Mrs. L. P. Wilson and smart little

son returned yesterday from a visit
to Mrs. Wilson's former home in
Barnwell, S. C. Mr. Wilson went to

To fVanr villo tr mt them J5 .' ?

Mrs. Allison -Wartmann of Citra
left today, for Fordyce, Ark for a

visit to her parents, Mr;' and Mri

Hampton, until August.
m m m

A medal contest will be held to

night at the North Ocala church, be

ginning at 8 o'clock. ThS speakers

will be a class of little-girls from

Oak. Before and after the contest,
the ladies of the church will sell ice
cream and cake, the proceeds to go to

the church.

Mrs. T. E. Bridges has. returned

from a visit to friends at Gainesville.

Mrs. Calvin West and baby are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brigance

at Micanopy.

Miss Mary Ervin went up to Citra

today for a brief visit, going espe especially
cially especially to be present at the com commencement
mencement commencement exercises of the Citra
high school tomorrow evening.

STOCK FEED

We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed ccrn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.

Globe Wernicke Cabinets make of

fice work easy at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 20-3t.

Mr. Cornelius Christiancy, of Al

lendale, one of the most beautiful

spots on the East Coast, was in town

today.

Mr. J. W; Knight of Floral7 City, is

among .the. prominent Floridians in
the city today. Mr. Knight is state

inspector of citrus fruits for this section.

Mr. W. J. Frink, who has been

spending, several days in the city on
business, left this afternoon in his
Cadillac for Jacksonville.

Messrs. C C Courtney and W? L.

Bishop, representing the smoking to

bacco department of the American

Tobacco Co., with headquarters in

Jacksonville, are in the city in the in

terest of th&f iconcern.

Some of the southern railroads are
making preparations to carry free to
the Confederate reunion at Richmond

those veterans who cannot, pay. their

fare: Among the said roads is the

Seaboard Air, Line.

Mr. .B. B. Baum is home .from. a?

brief visit to Crystal River.

Claire, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. D. G. Edwards of Hernando,
died at the hospital this morning.

The remains accompanied by her
parents, were' taken to Crystal River

for burial this afternoon.

Sons of Confederate Veterans meet
Friday evening.

FROM GIRLHOOD TO OLD
AGE WOMEN ARE HELPED

At the first symptoms of any de derangement
rangement derangement of the feminine organism
at any period of life the one safe,
really helpful remedy is Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription.
Tens of thousands of women have
taken it with unfailing success for
every conceivable ailment and disease
of a womanly nature. It is a woman's
temperance medicine and its ingredi ingredients
ents ingredients are published on wrapper.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
is a true friend to women in times of
trial and at times of pain when the
organs are not performing their func functions.
tions. functions. For headache, backache, hot
flashes, catarrhal condition, bearing
down sensation, mental depression,
dizziness, fainting spells, lassitude
and exhaustion women should never
fail to take this tried and true wom women's
en's women's medicine.
Prepared from nature's roots and
herbs, it contains no alcohol nor nar narcotics,
cotics, narcotics, nor any harmful ingredient.
Medicine dealers everywhere have it
on hand in either tablet or liquid
form at all times. If you want a spe specialist
cialist specialist in women's diseases to diag diagnose
nose diagnose your case absolutely free of

charge, write Dr. Pierce, Invalids'

Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y today. 135-
fage book on women's diseases sent
ree. Adv.

Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the

original little liver pills. These tiny,
sugar-coated, anti-bilious granules
the smallest and the easiest to take.

One little pellet for a laxative three
for a cathartic. Sick headache, bilious

headache, constipation, indigestion,
bilious attacks, and all derangements

of the liver, stomach and bowels are
prevented and relieved.

Put up in sealed .vials a perfect
vest-pocket remedy, always, conven

ient, fresh and reliable.

Ir.-JGo to tHe
j Ball

Thursday
" : .vs.
: Ocala
And Drink
i COCA-COLA
in Bottles

: Ocala

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Bottling Works j

WANTED

CHINESE AND FLORIDA SPECKL

ED VELVET BEANS FOR SEED
1914 CROP. GIVE QUANTITY AND

PRICE.

E. C CEUCOLEn,
ANTHONY, FLA.

Wm. B. Taylor, vice-president and
treasurer of the Baird Hardware Com Company,
pany, Company, anticipates with pleasure a vis visit
it visit from his friend, Ray P. Johnson,
of Muncie, Ind. Mr. Taylor and Mr.
Johnson expect to leave Friday for
Fort Myers, where they will board a

private house-boat for a cruise down
11 1 A 1 .1

vac taioosanaicnee river ana on me
Gulf. The party will include Clarence

and Jack Camp and C H. Lloyd, of

Ocala, and Dr. H. H. Briggs of Ashe-

ville, N. C. They expect to be out

about ten days. Gainesville Sun.

Among the visitors to the State's

interior metropolis yesterday was J.

R. Dewey of Ocala. Mr. Dewey hai
for a long time operated the well

known railroad cafe, opposite the At
lantic Coast Line station. He has nu numerous
merous numerous friends here who are always
glad to see him. Gainesville Sun.

WHITE MAN WITH BLACK LIVER
The liver is a blood purifier. It was
thou eh t at one time it was the seat

of the passions. The trouble with most

people is that their aver 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
S've you new life. 2a cents at your
uggist. tu-thu-fri-w

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 aide, and on other "Piano,
Chautauqua, 1915. Reward will
given for its return to this ofSce. 6t

FOR RENT Tnree unfurnished

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 Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf

FOR RENT Well located arid nlcel

furnished rooms in residence1 next
tOj.tha 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.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-lmo.

FOR SALE 25,000 sweet potato
slips at $1X0 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 617, Ocala. 17-3-eod

WANTED Clean cotton rags, bring

to this office.

FOR SALE A good, gentle horse

for driving or farm work; two fine

Jersey cows now giving an abun

dance of milk. Address, "Owner,'

311 North Magnolia street. 20-t

FOR SALE A 12-acre farm with

seven-room house and large barn,

both new and well finished. Garden
truck of all kinds well started. Is a
splendid location for a chicken

ranch with a flowing spring of wa

ter on place; close to station, near
Ocala. Address, "Owner," 311 N,
Magnolia SL, Ocala. 20-t

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Lishtnlnr-proaf. flr-preC
t-proof. Ittxmtm mm lena mm
building stands, mad of rI rI-rulzed
rulzed rI-rulzed tfl and TONCAJf
metL Always attractive la
appearance and at taa same
time reduces coat of your flr
Insurance your boy can east
ly lay It. Ak yverr dealer mm
write mm for eatatog-a.

Florida Metal

856 Crergrroem

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..Sold by tlit Ocala' Lumber a&d
- Ss;ply"Company

FOR RENT Large well located resi residence
dence residence property on Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, now occupied by P. V. Leaven Leaven-good,
good, Leaven-good, two blocks from A. C. L. rail railroad.
road. railroad. All modern conveniences.
Address Mrs. O. T. Green, Ocala,
Fla, or call phone 383. tf
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 SL,
four rooms, $3 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
Our fountain sodas and ice cream
are the BEST made and our service
is Al. Try them. The Court Phar Pharmacy,
macy, Pharmacy, tf

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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SATURDAY anil MOHDAl

New Irish Potatoes, per pk... ....40c
Choice Sv.eet Potatoes, "per pk.. .2Sc
Two No. 3 Sun Kist Muscat
Grapes .. .. 53c
Daisy Brand Creamery Butter, lb. 30c
2 No. 2 Aurora Bartlett Pears... 33c
2 No. 2 Aurora Black or Red Rasp Rasp-lorries
lorries Rasp-lorries 53c

MARION MERMfHILE COMPANY

pho;;k 319

E. G. RIVERS, Mgr.

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THIS PICTURE IS ABOUT ALL YOU NEED TO
MAKE YOU QUIT WORK AND GO AFTER THE
"SPECKLED BEAUTIES" YOURSELF.
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WE'VE COT THE KIND OF TACKLE THAT
WILL LAND THE FISH THAT TACKLE IT.
WE'VE COT EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE IT
IS PRICED LOW, TOO.
MARION HARDWARE COMPANY
PHONE 118, - OCALA, FLA.

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Hslln's Dowalglc Ulinnoivs
Kino Fisher Rods
Shakespeare's Level
Winding Heels, Etc.

We carry the best of everything in theline of
Fisliing TacMe apd Sporting Goc
Our prices are reasonable. WHY PAY MORE ?
OCALfi LOAN AND PAWN OFFICE

U. GOLDMAN .- .- .- .- .-.

- -Proprietor

BAD TASTE AMD
POOR ECONOr.lY

Is in evidence when you wear a soiled FaLm Beach suit. We are pre prepared
pared prepared tor clean them on snort notice at a reasonable price, there therefore
fore therefore there's no need for wearing them in a f-oiknl condition. We
clean and press them entirely by hand, doinjr away with the hard
wear caused by machinery. Only toft water used. Call phene 21 and
let us show you how neatly we can clean your suit.

illPERiAL-STEA

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