The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE
VOL. 31.
ULTIMATUM TO THE

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PETHQGRAD ASSERTS THAT BTHC SUCCESSES 111 GAUCIA
A FEARFUL PRICE

London, May 21. Dispatches today
indicate that Italy has not yet taken
the final plunge into war with Aus Austria.
tria. Austria. Yesterday, the Italian parlia parliament
ment parliament gave the government full power
to act. Since then there is no news
of decisive development. The censor censorship
ship censorship appears tight in Rome. A Gen Geneva
eva Geneva dispatch says Italy may send an
ultimatum to Austria today, that a
declaration of war may come before
the end of the week.
TEUTON LOSSES WERE TRE TREMENDOUS
MENDOUS TREMENDOUS Although the Russian war .office
concedes the Austro-German forces
have won further victories in Galicia,
it asserts success has been gained, at
enormous loss of men. Petrograd
claims the Austro-German losses in
the last three weeks in Galicia were
.upwards of 10,000 daily. It is esti estimated
mated estimated they lost one-fourth of their
strength.
"
DARDANELLES SEND NO DE-
TAILS
The struggle' at the Dardanelles
proceeds with unabated ferocity. But
few details of the clashes are an announced.
nounced. announced. SPAIN WILL LOOK AFTER ITAL ITALIAN
IAN ITALIAN INTERESTS
Rome.s May 21.- The Tribune says
the Italian government hasn't decided
what country will be asked to pro protect
tect protect Italy's diplomatic interests in
Germany after-war is declared. It is
predicted it will be Spain.
AMBASSADORS NO LONGER IM IMMUNE
MUNE IMMUNE London, May 21. -A Rome News
dispatch says Premier Salandra this
morning obtained the royal signature
to a decree suspending diplomatic
immunity of Austrian and German
ambassadors to the Vatican. They
leave tomorrow.
(Note As the Vatican is not con connected
nected connected with the Italian government,
this may mean the Quirinal.)
SUBMARINE W ARFARE NOT
ALL ON ONE SIDE
Seventeen of Germany's Boats Have
Gone to the Bottom of
the Sea
Copenhagen, May 21. From a high
source in tbe German navy, it is
learned that Germany has lost seven seventeen
teen seventeen submarines since the beginning
of the blockade in British waters.
BRITISH BOAT IN THE BALTIC
Slipped Thru the Mines and Sunk a
German Submarine
Petrograd, May 21. It is reported
that a British submarine penetrated
the Baltic Sea and sunk a German
submarine off Libau. (
RUSSIANS LOST RIGA
London, May 21. A Copenhaven
dispatch says it is stated rthat the
Germans have captured Riga in
northwest Russia. A private disnatch
reports a big naval battle in the Bal Baltic.
tic. Baltic.
On Saturday and Monday 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar
lar dollar s worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
WHITE MAN WITH BLACK LIVER
Tha liver is a blood purifier. It was
thought at one time it was the seat
, of the passions. The trouble with most
vpeople is that their liver becomes
black because of impurities in the
blood due to bad physical states, caus causing
ing causing biliousness, headache, dizziness
and constipation. Dr. King's New
Life Pills will clean up the liver, and
give you new life. 25 cents at your
druggist. tu-thu-fri-w

THE STAR IS

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AUSTRIAN GOVERNMENT
THIS AFTERNOON

(Associated Press)
RD FIGHT FOR
THE HIGHWAY
'-
SHARP COMPETITION IN EVI EVIDENCE
DENCE EVIDENCE BETWEEN THE
. VARIOUS CITIES
(Associated Press)
Chattanooga, May 21. The com commissioners
missioners commissioners engaged in the selection of
the route of the Dixie highway today
heard representatives of various Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee routes competing for the road
and expect to hear representatives
fTom Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and Il Illinois
linois Illinois later in the order named. The
hardest fight is between Cincinnati
and Louisville, Ky.
AGATHERIDAN SOCIETY
Following was the program of this
afternoon's meeting of the Agatheri Agatheri-dan
dan Agatheri-dan Society.
Subject: Vacation.
Song by school, Cheer for Old Am Amherst.
herst. Amherst. Vacation Letters of Ninth Grade.
Boys, Kenneth MacKay; girls, Sidney
Perry.
Vocal solo Claudia O'Neal.
Vacation Letter of the Tenth
Grade Elizabeth Davis.
Oration, Our Prospects for Next
Year Westlake Hollinrake.
Piano solo Mabel Aiken.
Vacation Letter of the Eleventh
Grade Katie Mae Eagleton.
Farewell to Seniors Arthur Crago.
Chorus Male quartet.
Signs of the End of the World World-Marie
Marie World-Marie Burnett.
Song by school.
Farewell of Seniors to School Viv Viv-ienne
ienne Viv-ienne Eycleshimer.
ADDING TO THE IRRITATION
American Note to Germany Regard Regarding
ing Regarding the Frye Completely Ignored
Washington, May 21. Henry II.
Morgan, American consul general at
Hamburg, has cabled the state de department
partment department that Germany has complete completely
ly completely ignored the American note of
April 28 and has placed the William
P. Frye case before a prize court.
The state department immediately
cabled Ambassador Gerard at Berlin
to ask for an explanation of the ac action.
tion. action. OPENED OFFICES AT
WILLISTON AND OXFORD
Mr. M. C. Welch, district foreman
of the Postal Telegraph Company's
maintainance department, was in the
city yesterday for a few hours, leav leaving
ing leaving on the Seaboard limited for
Tampa. The Postal has just opened
offices at Oxford and Williston, from
which points vegetable shipments are
beginning fo move.
Louisville Slugger bats, and Reach
balls at The Murray Company. 20-3t.
SOME FORMS OF
RHEUMATISM CURABLE
Rheumatism is a disease character characterized
ized characterized by pains in the joints and in the
muscles. The most common form?
are: 43cute 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 affected
ed affected part will give in stant relief. Sloan's
Liniment is good for pain, and espe especially
cially especially rheumatic pain, because it pen penetrates
etrates penetrates to the seat of the trouble
soothes the afflicted part and draws
the pain. "Sloan's Liniment is all
medicine." Get a 25c. bottle now.
Keep it handy in case of emergency,
i Adv. tu-thu-fri-wky

A

OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY

THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

MAY BE
HAVE BEEII PAID FOR WITH
CLERMONT LAUNCHED
ANOTHER HANDSOME BOAT
ADDED TO THE NAT OF
THE OKLAWAHA
Conner, May 20. The Clermont
was launched from the Conner ship
yards Saturday at 11:30 o'clock a. m.
The, new vessel was christened by
Miss Alleyne Rodgers, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. O- H. Rodgers, Conner
and Lynne. The young miss broke
a. bottle of Virginia Dare wine upon
the Clermont's brass bow as the ves vessel
sel vessel glided, down the -marine way to towards
wards towards the murmuring Oklawaha. The
wine gushed from' the broken bottle
and flew all over the bow," name plates
and two river officers assisting; its
delicious fumes enveloped the club oi
river folk on the quay. The Clermont
glided a little hesitatingly into the
raging stream. A small United States
flag stood out in bold relief from the
stern-post. 'Immediately after the
launching the Clermont was placed J
in commission by Mr. Lonnie Randall,
and she swung out into the river, put-
tering a little, then stood up stream,
laden with a club of river boys. At
the ball room her new engine "lay
down" and the Gussie Lois, Gallant,
raced up and, stood by until it reviv revived
ed revived its sparkings.
At the launching were folks from
Ocala, Lynne, Eustis, Anthony, La La-cota,
cota, La-cota, Silver Springs, Powel Town and
Jacksonville, and these people mingl mingled
ed mingled with the river folk after the launch launching
ing launching and spread a feast out upon the
oak shaded bank of the Oklawaha.
In the afternoon Maxie Mason com commanded
manded commanded the Princess Irene, Gussie
Gallant commanded the Gussie Lois,
and led by the Clermont, Lonnie Ran Randall
dall Randall commanding, they made runs up
and down the raging Oklawaha with
the picnickers of the day.
The G. A. Carmichael, Captain Fred
Priest, with freights from Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, was the only vessel passing the
station without hailing during the
day. The Nancy arrived from Eus Eustis
tis Eustis the day before, and the Gussie
Lois, from Silver Springs, arrived at
10. o'clock. All day long Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Mason served ice cream
and soft palousers.
Mr. Lonnie Randall, son of Mr.
and Mrs. T. W.yRandall, is the con constructor
structor constructor and owner of the Clermont.
He is still in his school boy teens. He
names his boat in honor of Robert
Fulton's Clermont, the first steam steamboat
boat steamboat ever built in America.
And the Clermont has a sister. She
is the Josephine, a vessel being con constructed
structed constructed by J. W. Randall, son of Mr.
and Mrs. P. T. Randall. And J. W. is
a school boy in his teens, too. The
Josephine is about 85 per cent done.
Another launching, anbther boat is to
be added to the Conner fleet soon.
The Clermont has a length of twen twenty
ty twenty feet; breadth of beim of five feet,
six inches; engine ei.ht horsepower;
seating capacity twenty people; speed
ten knots per hour. A. A. G.
WHOOPING COUGH
"When my daughter had whocping
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-
Do you use real up-to-the-minu'e
stationery? Our initial and plain cor correspondence
respondence correspondence cards are this kind. The
Court Pharmacy. tf

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DELEGATES TO THE
IIECESSITT OF
(Associated
Mohonk Lake, N. Y.f May 21. Del Delegates
egates Delegates to the Lake Mohonk confer conference
ence conference of international arbitration by
chambers of commerce and similar
business organizations of most of the
large cities of the country, aligned
themselves today with the advocates
of greater military preparation for
national defense. The report of the
business men's committee declared
that disputes between nations ought
to be settled by international tri tribunals
bunals tribunals instead of war, but declared
"it is the part of wisdom at present
for the United States to be fully pre prepared
pared prepared to defend itself."
The establishment of a permanent
international cout of justice with an
international police force to enforce
its decrees was recommended.
Our Righteousness Will be No Pro Protection
tection Protection from Foreign
Aggression
Lake Mohonk, N. Y., May 21. The
United States must arm immediately
if it is to keep its place among the
nations, Secretary of War Lindley M.
Garrison told the pacifists gathered
for the annual conference on interna international
tional international arbitration here yesterday in a
brilliant speech, carefully argued and
bristling with striking epigrams.
He declared the real problem of
American national defense is to get
the people to look the facts squarely
in the face. Only a united nation can
accomplish arything in arming for
the conflict which is bound to come
sooner or later.
We will be de-ni?ed among the na nations
tions nations of the earth r.nd our righteous righteousness
ness righteousness will not save from the aggres aggressions
sions aggressions of the unrighteous if we remain
weak and flabby, he declared. We
must be ready tb make war in order
to keep the blessings of pnrce. Self Self-preservation
preservation Self-preservation is the first law of a na nation.
tion. nation. GENESIS TO REVELATION
The Story of the Bible in Pictures
Beginning Sunday evening May
23rd, at 7:45 and continuing for five
successive Sunday evenings, the East
Broadway church will tell the story
of the entire Bible by means of stere stere-opticon
opticon stere-opticon views and lecture. There are
more than 250 views in the series.
About fifty views 'will be shown each
evening. These views are rented from
the famous Du're series, imported
from England, and are the finest ster ster-eopticon
eopticon ster-eopticon slides obtainable.
This series of lectures should be
of interest to all Bible students and
especially to Sunday school pupils.
The pictures will impress, as noth nothing
ing nothing else can, the Sunday school les lessons
sons lessons of many" years of study. What Whatever
ever Whatever view one may hold of the place
and permanent value of the Bible,
that book will always be interesting
to students of literature, much more
to students of Chirstianity and Chirst Chirst-ians.
ians. Chirst-ians. The East Proadway church has been j
errcrimenting with stereopticans for
a few weeks and has found it very
satisfactory as a means of teaching
the truths of Christianity. It is plan planned
ned planned to introduce films at an early
date in addition to the stereopticon
slides. There is no admission price at
any of the services.
WHOLE FAMILY DEPENDENT
Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton,. Ohio,
writes: "Our whole family depend on
Pine-Tar-Honey." Maybe some one in
your family has a severe cold per perhaps
haps perhaps it is. the baby. The original Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is an ever
ready household remedy it gives im immediate
mediate immediate relief. Pine-Tar-Honey pene penetrates
trates penetrates the linings of the throat and
lungs, destroys the germs, and allows
nature to act. At your druggist, 25c.
Adv. tu-thu-fri-wky
New dresses' at Fishel's.
tf
Century and McKinley music 10c. at
The Murray Company. 20-3t.
New shoes at Fishel's.
tf

GOOD ADVICE
FROM GARRISON

21, 1915
COMEIICE ADMIT
DEKK
Press)
-
Waldo Returns Home With a Bunch
of Gooseggs
WALDO VASVALLOPED
Fast and Interesting Game Resulted
in the Home Team's
Favor
The large crowd present yesterday
afternoon at Hunter Park to witness
the ball game between the Waldo and
Ocala teams was treated to the snap snappiest
piest snappiest and most rapid exhibition that
has ever been pulled off there. From
the time the batteries were announc announced
ed announced until the end of the ninth inning
was just one hour and ten minutes.
The score was 3 to 0 in favor of
the locals.
The W'aldo boys put up a good
game, and but for the fact that the
Hunter aggregation was- also at its
best, would have made a different
looking score board for the bleachers
to gaze upon during the procession.
Waldo's line-up wasr Flagg pitcher,
Harvey catcher, Roane first base,
Chancey second base, Winn third
base, Crosby shortstop, Bagsden right
field, G. Jolly center field, Hill left
field. (Wolk relieved Hill in the sixth
inning).
Ocala's line-up: Harris pitcher.
Bullock catcher, C. Chazal first base,
Batts second base, Galloway third
base, Zewadski shortstop, J. Chazal
right field, Thompson center field,
Davis left field.
Umpires, Messrs. Gerig and Izlar.
The score: R n E
Waldo .. 000000 00 00 5 3
Ocala ..1 0200000 3 3 1
Summary: Struck out by Flagg 4,
by Harris f; stolen baes, J. Chazaf,
Flagg.
Jack Jolly, Waldo's crack pitcher,
who it was thought would pitch the
game, was on hand, but did no play
except to bat for Winn in the eighth
inning.
Manager Hunter is daily getting
his team into better working order,
in short, they are working in unison
rather than attempting to slug and
run as is many times the case with
all-amateur teams.
Ocala has played eight games this
season and won six of them, which is
a record that makes Manager Hun
ter's bosom swell up when it is men mentioned.
tioned. mentioned. Harris and Bullock, Ocala's battery.
are in better working order than ever
before in the history of the club, and
their friends predict great doings -at
their hands during the season.
With each game where a cloe con
test is anticipated the attendarce at
the park is fairly good, and increases
each week.
About the only chance the visitors
had of scoring was in the eighth.
when there were two on bases. It
was here than Harris showed his
ability to get out of a bad fix by
fanning the best batter that the vis visitors
itors visitors had.
All in all, the game was a splendid
one, and if such exhibitions are fur
nished often the attendance will keep
on increasing.
SHEET MUSIC! If its published.
we have it or can get for you. LAT
TNER'S Piano Store. 4-21-tf.
Pictures framed well and quickly at
The Murray Company. 20-3L

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SUBSCRIPTIONS STARTED TO BUY AIRSHIPS
- FOR ALL THE STATES
All AERIAL RESERVE. TO CARRY MAILS, AIID ALWAYS READY
TO L1EET All EIE1Y

(Associated
New -York, May 21- President A.
R- Hawley of the Aero Club of Am America
erica America announced today that public
subscriptions have been started for
funds wherewith to purchase aero aeroplanes
planes aeroplanes fpr the use of the militia of all
the states. It is also planned to buy
a hundred aeroplanes for carrying
mails. They would constitute a re reserve,
serve, reserve, in case of war.
DURNS FOR OARNES
LONE JUROR MAY CAUSE A MIS MISTRIAL
TRIAL MISTRIAL IN THE FAMOUS
SUIT FOR LIBEL
(Associated Press)
Syracuse, N. Y., May 26. The jury
in the Brnes-Roosvelt libel suit
came into court about. 11 o'clock to today
day today and the foreman announced that
a verdict had been reached for the de defendant,
fendant, defendant, Roosevelt. When the roll
was called, however, one juror, Ed Edward
ward Edward Bums, said "I am for the plain plaintiff."
tiff." plaintiff." After Barns dissented. Justice
Andrews sent the jury back to its
room. The jury is trying to decide
the question of costs alone. Some
jurors are in favor of dividing the
costa, while others are aid to be in indifferent.
different. indifferent. The libel suit provides the
loser must pay the costs. The said
costs will amount to less than $1500.
No final verdict had been reached at
2:30 this afternoon.
ITALIAN AMBASSADORS TO
GERMANY AND AUSTRIA
nave Been Ordered by the Govern Government
ment Government to Return Home
(Special to the Star)
Vienna, May 2L It is reported the
Italian ambassadors to Austria and
Germany have been instructed by their
government tb leave Vienna and Ber Berlin
lin Berlin tomorrow. This is regarded as
equal lo a declaration of war.
MILLINERY OPENING
The Mary Affleck millinery parlors,
over the store of Mr. E. T. Helven Helven-ston,
ston, Helven-ston, held its mid-summer opening
last evening from 8:30 to 10 o'clock.
A large line of the latest hats were
on display and were attractively
shown by Mrs. S. A. Ellis and Mrs.
Allegood to the many patrons and
friends of the establishment who
called. The line of hats was partic
ularly pretty and included many chic
models for street wear and beautiful
dress models.
"During the evening refreshing
punch was served by Misses Mamie
Counts and Lillie Marsh. The open
ing will continue through tomorrow
on account of many ladies being una
ble to attend last evening.
S. C. V. MEETING
John M. Martin Camp S. C. V. will
meet tonight at the court house at 8
o'clock. A full attendance is urged
as delegates to the reunion will be
elected. D. Niel Ferguson,
Commandant.
MAN TAKES HIS OWN MEDICINE
IS AN OPTIMIST
TI has absolute faith in his raedi-
inA h knows when he takes it for
certain ailments he gets relief. People
who take Dr. Jungs rew jjiscovery
for an lmtatinf cold are ODtimists
thpv know this cotie-h remedv will pen
etrate the linincs of the throat, kill
the germs, and open trie way ior na
ture to act. xou can't destroy a coia
by superficial treatment yoa must
go to the cause of the trouble. Be an
optimist. Get a bottle of Dr. King
New Discovery today. tu-th-fri-w
rFishel wants your trade. tf
Special bargains at Fishel's. tf

LOCAL NEWS
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CHAIRMAN SHOULD
' RE. CAREFUL
WALSH GIVES IMPRESSION
TIIAJHAT.IIE IS PERSECUT PERSECUTING
ING PERSECUTING WITNESSES
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 21. John D.
Rockefeller Jr. resumed his testimony
before the industrial relations com-
- J mission today, denying he had tried
o improperly influence the authori-
lies ui cue vAMuruuu coai stride.
the opening of the hearing. Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller read a prepared statement,
which spoke, of the "sinister reflec reflections
tions reflections which Chairman Walsh's ques questions
tions questions make appear that Rockefeller
had coridede he had been wilfully tam tampering
pering tampering with the courts."
All commissioners except Walsh
met previous to the hearing today
and discussed the letter sent Walsh
last night, calling for more moder moderate
ate moderate treatment of witnesses. The let letter
ter letter was not made public despite the
protests of Rockefeller and the other
commissioners. Walsh asked ques questions
tions questions today which the witness claim claimed
ed claimed were improper.
HOT W ATER TANK FOR SALE
A large, new, galvanized hot water
Lank and connections for kitchen
range. Apply at Star office, dh-tf
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
Under and b7 virtue of the final
decree rendered in that certain cause
wherein P. II. Nugent is complainant
and A. II. Starr and his wife, Martha
D. Starr, are defendants, by the Hon Honorable
orable Honorable W. S. Bullock, judge of the
fifth judicial circuit of Florida, in and
for the county of Marion, in chancery,
on the 7th day of May, A. D., 1015, I
will offer for sale and sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash, at
. .. . i
tne south door oi mo courtnouse in
the city of Ocala, Marion county.
Florida, within the legal nours oi
sale, on
Mondav. the 7th dar of Jane, 1315.
the following described lot or parcel
of land, situate, lying and being In
the county of Marion and state ci
Florida, to-wit:
Commencing sixteen and thirty thirty-two
two thirty-two one hundredths (16.32) chains
west and twenty-six and ninely-Sve
one hundredths (2G.9) chains north
of the southeast corner of section
seven (7), township sixteen (16)
south, range twenty-two (22) east
running thence west eighteen and ten
one hundredths (18.10) chains, thence
north twenty-six and ninety-five one
hundredths (26.05) chains, thence
-a?t eighteen and ten one hundredths
(18.10) chains, thence south twenty twenty-tix
tix twenty-tix and ninety-five one hundredths
(2GJD5) chains to point of beginning,
containing fifty (S0) acres, more or
less, or so much thereof as will be
necessary to satisfy the said decree
and costs. D. Niel Ferguson,
L. W. Duval, Special Master.
Complainant's Solicitor. &-7-fri
Dresses 93 cents at Fishel's. tf
BEST TniNG FOR
A BILIOUS ATTACK
Ou account of my confinement in
the printing office I have for years
been a chronic sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I had an attack that was so severe
that I was not able to go to the case
for two days. Failing to get any re relief
lief relief from any other treatment, I took
three of Chamberlain's Tablets and
the next day I felt like a new man,
writes H. C. Eailey, editor Carolina
News, Ghapin, S. C. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
New hats at Fishel's.



OCALA EVENINCi sf Aft, I'KlDAY. MAY 21, 1913

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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

B.

BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R, Carroll, General .Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business 3Ianager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor

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On month. In advance 50

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Special Meeting
The board met on Tuesday, April
20, 1915, with all members present
and acting. They entered into a full
discussion of the financial condition

I of the board as pertains to the gen

eral school funds particularly. The
source of revenue and the probable
expenditures were carefully consider considered
ed considered and also the present outstanding
obligations of all kinds.
The board agreed upon and adopt adopted
ed adopted the following resolution:

Whereas, Owing to the numerous

the school house and grounds ...ore
than $20 in money. The board took
notice of this and commended their
action.

the inquiry had been based had been

amended and a similar case settled ';

adversely to the school board. i
A petition from the supervisor of;

A leport was presented from the the IVcky l:rA: s-chool aVir. for an

One good thing about the war is S This is a praiseworthy distinction
that should be kent up. If

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two remaining trustees of the Cand Candler
ler Candler school that F. E. Driver, the other
trustee, had moved from the com community
munity community r.nd recommending -that Dr.
A. Belcher be appointed to ill out
the unexpired term and it was order ordered
ed ordered that Le be duly commissioned.
A request was presented from two
of the trustees of the Ylelleview school
that the board re-appoint Mr. and
Mrs. A. LJ. Connor teachers for the

tion of new breakfast foods.

we keep on building boats and carry-

j ing passengers and freight on the Ok-

Sinking the British steamer Drum- j lawaha, the river is sure to receive
cree is a definite notice to the United j its needed improvement in time. The
States that Germany does not intend j government helps those who help

to abandon submarine warfare
against merchant vessels.
The Orlando Reporter-Star of May
14, which arrived this morning, con contains
tains contains among other things a .statement
that Judge Perkins will not run for

themselves.

ITALY'S DEMANDS OX AUSTRIA
Following is a list of the minimum
demands made upon Austria in behalf
of Italy by Foreign Minister Sonnino:
First, the cession of the entire pro-

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governor, ine judge seems io oe "-vjnce Df Trent (part of the Austrian

ing mighty good work where he is. I Tyrol), according to the frontier of

' . i the kingdom of Italy in 1811.
Upton Sinclair is jiow writing j Second, .eastern Friuelo, comprising

poetry at Gulfport. Now what "un "unpardonable
pardonable "unpardonable sin" of omission or com commission
mission commission have those Gulfport people
committed? Tampa Times.
We had a look' at Gulfport a few
weeks ago, and it seems to us like a
man could write pretty good poetry
there.

Our sturdy and sensible fellow fellow-citizen,
citizen, fellow-citizen, Mr. J. M. Meffert, steadfast steadfastly
ly steadfastly refuses to be apprenhensive of
any conflict, between America and
Germany. If all men attended as

teadily to public welfare and per

sonal enterprise, as Mr. Meffert, there
would be no war. Industry more than

ideals secures peace.
It is reported from Paris that much
of the ammunition sold to the French
government by Ameriean firms falls
below sample. That need not sur surprise
prise surprise the French. We have men in
this country who would sell rotten
meat, rotten clothes and rotten am ammunition
munition ammunition to our own soldiers, let
alone to those of a foreign nation.

Malborgeth, Plezzo, Tolmino, Gra

disca, Goritz, Monfalcone, Comen and

as far south as Nabresina.

Third, Trieste, Cape D'Istria and

Pirano (the last two. in Istria) to

form Austria.

Fourth, the islands of Curzola,
Lissa. Lesina. Lacrosta. Cazza. arfd

Maledft (off thejcoast of Lower Dal
matia), to be ceded to Italy.

Fifth, the abandonment by Austria

of her interests in Albania, acknowl

edging Italian sovereignty over Av-

lona.

As Austria' couldn't be much worse

off after being whipped than in grant granting
ing granting these demands, its no wonder
that the dual monarchy prefers to

fight.

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demands for the extension of school eview m.hooi ior me coming u-rra.
facilities that have been met by the U not lK-inS known that this would be
board during the last two years; and, satisfactory with the teachers, action
Whereas, the funds available for was Postponed for future action,
further extension of facilities are ex- Notice was presented from the
hausted, and it is the policy of the two remaining trustees of the Sum Sum-board
board Sum-board to maintain its good credit and nrfield school that G. Kim, one of
the good standing of its warrants; the trustees, had moved from the

now therefore, be it communrxy ana recommenuing mat
Resolved, That for the coming H- C- Grcff l'e appointed to fill out
school year there will be no new the unexpired term. It was ordered
building or property improvement that he hc duly commissior ed.
operations begun or appropriations A request was presented from the
made that are not absolutely neces- trustees of the Candler school that

sary to preserve the property and to lfteir teacher or last year be rcap rcap-operate
operate rcap-operate the schools in such manner as pointed. It not being known that
not to impair their efficiency. she desired to le appointed no action

Mrs. Roberts, matron of the dorm-

itory, called and reported upon con- ine previous meeung n naa
ditions and made request for a re- been agreed to ask the attorneys for

frigerator to be supplied and certain an opinion as to what r.gnts the

parts of the building to be screened. 'nUi nau- ii u.ey nau

Request was granted. lu ,ine anu
Messrs. McRee of the American Opinion of attorneys was presented
Book Co. and Ellis of B. F. Johnson to the effect that the school fund had

Publishing Co. called and discussed n? .""1 in me saia inna as me pro pro-with
with pro-with the board the method of supply-1 vlslon of the constitution upon which

ing the books in use

No further business appearing the

board adjourned for the special meet-

ing.

TOUGH LUCK FOR BLIND TIGERS

The Tallahassee Democrat of the
19th describes as follows the bill that
has, just passed the legislature for the
special discouragement of the illicit
selling of whisky:
The House passed on its third read reading
ing reading Tuesday Senate bill Nc. 27G, by
Gomto. The bill re-enacts the statute
of 1911, except it defines "near beer,"
so as to exclude aU drinks containing
any per cent of alcohol.

The law makes the first offence of

Regular Meeting
Tuesday, May 4, 1914.

The board met with G. S. Scott,

chairman, and B .R. Blitch, member,
present and J. S. Grantham, member,

absent. Supt. J. H. Bnnson served
as secretary.
Messrs. Zetrouer, Wyche and Har Har-rell
rell Har-rell of the Shiloh district, called to re renew
new renew a request for a new building.
The necessity for same was discussed
and they were informed of the decis

ion of the board not to undertake new

building operations for the present.

The board promised -that their re

quest would be considered with th

very first as soon as the board finds

itself in condition to make appropria

tions for building operations..
J. F. Parker called and made re

quest that the board issue a warrant

BOX CANDIES
5 0 c er ound
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-
coanuts. Butter Toffee and'
Caramels.
Fresh shipment jflst receiv received.
ed. received. TfoxIcf's

The Star is informed that the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard Air Line will make some
changes in 'schedule about May 30. It
is to be hoped that the morning train
will Ko -EPTlt fillt. of Jacksonville an

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v,- r. Bn snnnor. The wav that sellinS Ilfluor m aTy county or pre

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train lies in bed of a morning and cincts v punisnaDie.Dy a nne not u,

then loafs down thrd Florida, arriving lceea ouu, or imprisonment not ex

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- n j.. ceeaintr six monms. i'enaity ior

in ucaia at i:ou, wnen it uu -
I 1 1 1 - 1 1 i .ri t Hrii r ii.nco choll r43i

about 11, is wearisome to everybody ---

on the line. .. ... -

tnan six monms, or Dy Dom sucn nne

Trti- T. c.n.ia sf of smatnr from ""P1 ,SU1"UCUI'

.v. I T-, i v : i v I

t.-i An n.nKWv u n MnrluktP secona onense is puiusnauie uy

T rrnvDi-nnr Mr Fjirris is a verv

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Km.or.t -7.M.T.O- man nnd durine- his impi isuum.uu in u.e

various terms in the legislature has W r th such fine and imprison-

Intrnrliip,! an snnnortod manv trood e 1

a,v- v-v.-. 1-1 i mi. t -n :n

measures. He lived much of his boy- Ane as "ow V"u"
hood in Ocala, which gives Marion ty courts exclusive and original juris

nrt;nkr 0, in his Qicuon in s,ucn cases, xciuuinS jus

for $73 in favor of himself against KKMv::5-
the Homeland district for the paint- $

ing of the house. The matter was LtVllI fAtttAKli UUUfc

passed over at this time but was aft-j. Music Teacher and Composer jr Jsome other repairs done, which was

increase iu the'salary of their present

tcarher was presented and refused.
1 otirc of the Whitney Brick and
Mfir. of material furnished the
N-otrac-tor n the t'itra ncv rhool
buildii.g to the amount of ?207 was
presented the loard with a request
for protection in settlement with the
contractor.
A communication was presented
from the .upcrvi.-or of the Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy colorc-d school as-king that the
j-chool be named in honor of the
teacher Beattyville. The request was
refused as th name was regarded as
b'jng too long and did not indicate
the location of the school.
The trustees of the Ocala school
fiied witk the board a list of teachers

for the white schools of Ocala ror-

efponding with the list of last year

with the recommendation of Miss

Miriam Pa?teur in place of Miss

ivatht-ryne Scott, resigned. The two

nw tcacneis allowed were not yet

named.

A request was presented to pay Le-

roy William-, from Homeland district

unds for transporting his and

other children to the schooL The ac

count was refu:.ed payment for the

reason that ther3 liad leen no agree agreement
ment agreement to it and that there were no

funds available with which to pay it.

It was reported to the loard that

upon information that the work was
progressing satisfactorily on the Cit-

ra building the secretary and chair chairman
man chairman had accepted an order from the
contractor to pay the Ocala National

Bank $500 for his account.

J. D.,McCall, principal of Howard

Academy, called and with the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Ocala district recommend recommended
ed recommended a list of teachers for appoint

ment.

A request from Howard Academy

for equipment and supplies for man

ual training and domestic science de departments
partments departments Amounting to $390.50 was
presented and the matter was laid
over untij. the next meeting for ac action.
tion. action. The monthly bills from county

funds were, audited and ordered paid.
The district fund accounts were
ordered paid.
Mr. L. K. Edwards of Irvine called
and proposed that if a first grade
teacher who could teach music could
be secured he would pay the neces necessary
sary necessary difference letween the county
appropriation and that necessary to
secure the kind -of teacher mentioned.
He also requested thift it would be
absolutely necessary to have the cover

of the school house repaired -. and

(7 'gfflx. have'
mice and -r, k (V ; $ j OM
vermin Y: :

The best way lo get rid of little pests is to use cur "destroyers"
an4 not let them STABT.
. If they're started you must take care and quickly destroy them.
Insects and flies are dangerous hey carry disease germs.

Don't let the' moths eat holes in your winter clothes; get cur

strength hoTding moth balls.
Do a'l jour drug business with us.

Anffi-Monopoly.Drug Store
J. G. PARRISH, Prop.
WE TAKE CARE

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the warrant r

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erward agreed to and

drawn.

Mrs. A. 15. KOU cauea ana maue re- j

.ni- T V.- .11n.ini. rf a wormnt I t

quest j.oi uic. iwncvuuu i

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held by herself against the

special tax school district for $800. J
There being no funds of the ditsrict I
of !.;! available for this t)ur- Y

pose it was agreed that the county

would borrow the money tor tne ais

SPECIALTIES
Violin, Piano and Voice
Expert Piano Tuner
Talk to me about it ovei
Phone 333

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agreed to by the board.

Messrs. Rou, Hall and Shockley of

I-owell called anl discussed the mat matter
ter matter of the new building with the
board and the reason for the board

declining to help build the house at

this time was explained.

Mr. D. W. Davis called and explain

ed that certain policies that he had It
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isr.uca on ucaia ouiiaings in

RY our Fresh Meat it will

li please you. : .Fesh Veg

etables in season.
x Also a fine line of Groceries.

Cilll"liliD-il MMMIS

Ocala, Florjda.

CMpgil

years

county a

career. However, the Star doesn't
think he is as strong as Will Knott in
this territory.

asked that the superintendent be ap

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tices of the peace" from the trial of P"u '- w..

trict and take up the warrant with XWX- b ha(, hcm jn forpe but thfi

the understanding that this should policies not delivered nor the prem-
constitute an obligation of the dis- tiC TYTTf ll T Gfl" iums colIected- The policies were
trict to the county and a lien against HI UV dt!cl presented with the accounts for the
district funds. premiums and they were ordered paid

Mrs. Caroline Moorhead called and MERCHANTS & MINERS TRA HS.CD the board.

No one need suppose that the
changes in the British cabinet mean
that there is any internal crisis in

the affairs of that nation. The
changes are no more than are often

brought about in the United States by

a congressional election. The sys system
tem system of government in Great Britain
makes changes in the ministry likely
to happen at any time, but this does
not mean any disorders among the
people or alteration of the nation's
policy.

offenses' committed under sections

and 2.

This bill is a strong temperance

measure. It means, in simple lan language,
guage, language, that no drink, of any kind, can
be sold in dry counties, containing

any per cent of alcohol. Thus "near

school exhibits at the fair, which was

agreed to.

A report was presented from Mr.

C. H. Rogers, who had resigned as
supervisor of the Key Pond school,
that at a meeting of the patrons of
ti school Mr. S. L. Manning had

!.. r ii io qk.cv.o w 4i.; been recommended to the board for

act. Second, the bill makes the sec- appointment as supervisor. He was
rA nffonc r..cW.io o e,o nnH ordered to be duly commissioned.

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nnltv so bpnw that but few ran I A reporx irom ranuy cjrf

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escape the cells of the state prison

who are persistent offenders. It "now

i teacher of the colored school at Fort

McCoy, that they had collected and

looks like Tallahassee and all other improving and beautifying j service.

The trustees of the Ocala schools

called and recommended the same

teachers as were employed last year
and also made request for three addi

tional teachers. After consideration

it was agreed by the board to grant

two of the teachers requested and

leave to the superintendent to inves investigate
tigate investigate and act upon the absolute nec necessity
essity necessity of the third teacher.

The matter of the title to the old

high school property now used for

dormitory purposes was discussed.

New Steamers. Low Fares. Best e superintendent was instructed to

lane preliminary sieps JooKing io nav-

Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
TO
Boston
New Yorlc
Baltimore
Washington

Philadelphia

Tit

WMttc Star Mie

Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling

PHONE 2S6

Wireless telegraph on

all

ing the title vested in the county

dry cities will have to have continu

ously only new blind tigers or a set

of blind tigers harder' to catch than!

is now the case. It is now ud to the

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President Wilson, m his speecn at 0fficers

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the luncheon given to omcers oi xne Messrs. Cribbs of Hamilton and

American navy in New York, declar- R b rt f Monroe, cast the onlv ne?

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ea tnat "America asKs nouungw ative voteSj there being c3 votes jn

herself except wnat sne nas a rigm the affirmative.

to ask for humanity." This is a

higher, nobler utterance than Ger

man diplomacy has made, and so far
as the Star has seen, higher than any

German "kultur" has conceived. It is
the proper expression of a great re

public, and opposed to all the ideals

of autocracies and monarchies.

steamers. Through fares and tickets I board nf public instruction

We don't suppose the legislature
will heed our advice, but if it will
appoint a state board of investigation

of all the state institutions, to be

composed of five men, to be appoint appointed
ed appointed from the staffs of the leading

newspapers of the state, each paper
to chose its own representative, there
will be mighty little corruption or
cruelty in convict camps, reform

schools, state printing offices, uni

versities, schools or any other insti institution
tution institution the state is responsible for.

No one need be surprised if Bul

garia joins the Teutonic-Turkish al

liance in the next few days. The

Bulgarians have a strong and effi

cient army, and all their interests lie

in -the direction of Germanic success.

They are isolated among the Slavs
and Greeks, and if the Allies win
they -will forever reamin a stunted

and circumscribed nation. Also, theyi

have been badly treated by Russia,

Greece and Serbia, and well treated

by Austria. The advance of one Bul Bulgarian
garian Bulgarian army into Serbia and sending
another to the Dardanelles, would be
an awkward problem for the Allies

just now.

Launching of the Clermont at Con

nor, particulars of which appear else-

Division Superintendent H. O. Mc-

Arthur of the A. C. L. was a visitor

to Ocala today. Mr. McArthur said

he had not received authentic news

of anv chans.es in schedule. He

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-
OcalaGaS Company
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where, is another encouraging in- P-ninKS prouaoie mere win oe some

stance of the steady increase of Ok-

lawaha river traffic. This is a home-

Mclver & MacKay

Funeral Directors

made boat built and manner by 01

lawaha river men. There are quite a

number of such craft on that stream

It is probable that the Oklawaha has

a larger v proportion of home-made

changes for 37 and 38, the night

trains, but doesn't believe trains 9

and 10 (morning and evening) will UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS

best business of any trains on the Fllie Caskets and Burial KODCS.

division. He says the Ocala, Gaines- D e. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS

viile ana I'alatka trains are uomg

ffrta'n v nthpr Tivpr of its ton- very little business, not anything

T.atrp in the United States. The Cler- like what was expected by the people Ali V.'ork Done by Licensed Embl

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. ;!. lotQt and the three bitr-i wno insistea on xneir Deing put, on. mfre ana run umnuicm

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Jrte mauired particularly about tne

DrosDects for Marion countv farmers.

Mr. McArthur returned to Gaines- D. E. McIVER 104

ville this afternoon. His Ocala friends C V. ROBERTS 305

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gest and most important vessels, the
city of Ocala, the Silver Springs and
the G. 'A. Qarmichael, besides several
smaller boats, were built and launch launched
ed launched right at the waters they navigate.

PHONES

to all Northern and Western points.

Automobiles carried.

For reservations, tickets, etc.

H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,

Agent, Coml. Agt.

J. F. WARD, T. P. A.

City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,

Jacksonville, Fla

The Ocala trustees also requested

that one of the rooms in the primary

building be fitted for use this fall.

Action postponed.

The board adjourned for the day.
Wednesday Session
The board met with all members

present and acting.

Mr. D. W. Davis called and dis

cussed some old policies that had

been carried for the beard and the
bills for the premiums on same.

Minutes of regular meeting in

April read and approved.

The matter of placing regular in

surance on the new building at Citra
was taken up and it was agreed to

have policy prepared for $7000 on
the building and 500 on the contents
and it was agreed to have the agency
cf G. S. Scott and Son prepare the

policy.

The trustees of the Ocala district

called and requested a special meet

ing of the loard to be held at as
early date as possible to arrive at a

definite understanding as to relations
of the county and district upon the

bonding and buildings accounts. The
board agreed to hold a special meet meeting
ing meeting for this purpose on Monday, May
551 nt 1 --.O n m Th trustee reouest-

Careful Estimates made on all Con-I that e,timates be pecured for the

Packing nd Storing
Shipi'ln r Freight,
Furniture, Plan
and Safes.
llaggaKf Venire
the Ileu

We Sell
ih:avi:h iuiiimi
-4ujHiior to I!ater
or IVUfnsj in
Quality or I'rfce
i.vvksh. ati:.

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

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PHONE 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will nave
immediate Attention.
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Waor Shop.

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER

tract work. Gives More and lietter

Work for the Money than Any Other

Contractor in the city.

finishing of one more room in the pri

mary building from district funds,

which was agreed to.

Mr. D. H. Petty s, one of the trus

tees .of the Mcintosh district, called
and reported the removal of Mr. Far-

ran, one of the trustees from the com

munity, thus making a vacancy in the!

board of trustees. He was instruct

ed that if it seemed. that he would be

permanently away or for some time!
that it would be -.roper to call the

patrons of the school together to

(Concluded on Third Page)

UOOM AND II ATI I FOR A DOLLAR

CALA EtKLDHJSE

OCALA, FLORIDA
ENTIRELY REMODELED
RATESECgf 75c to .$1.50 NO niGHETl
Dining Room with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the House
fTLKCTKIC KLEVATOU SEUVICIi 1MIO.VKS IS ALL ItOOH
LOUIS N. LONG, Prop.
The only Hotel on the Square

ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR

JAMES COLEMAN ED MATHEWS M.-D.JONES
OCALA PUBLIC GARAGE

Now Open and Completely Equipped and Solicits Year Business
We guarantee all rork befo re it leaves the shop. Jame3 Coleman
wiil repair your motor cars in first class shape.
Our YA Mathews is the best general blacksmith in the city. All
blacksmith work, wagon and buggy repairing, horse shoeing, etc.,
etc., quickly done and fully warranted.
Call and see us. We do our own work, very light expenses, and
can give you cheaper prices than others.
South Second Street West
(Second store west of Metropolitan Hank Itii!din ji)
OCALA - FLORIDA

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ORCHESTRA

PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY

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PROGRAM
ULNA WAY JUNE

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In Two Reels.

TWO lit LI), BOLD MEN"
S. & A. Comedy, featuring Victor Potel and Harry Todd-
"LirE.Oi'' ABRAHAM LINCOLN"
'Edison Dramn in Two Reels.
Admission, from C:30 to 10:30, 5 and 10 cents.
TEMPLE ORCHESTRA

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:--:--X-:3 BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS $

(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 10C)

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SATURDAY and idDAY

New Irish Potatoes, per pk.. . .40c
Choice Sweet Potatoes, per pK...25c
Two No. 3 Sun Kist Muscat
Grapes . . .55c
Daisy Brand Creamery Butter, lb. 30c
2 No. 2 Aurora Bartlett Pears. .35c
2 No. 2 Aurora Black or Red Raspberries-
. .. 55c

Thought for the Day

"Whatever the weather may be," says
he,
"Whatever the weather may be,"
Its the songs ye sing an' the smiles
ye wear
That's making the sunshine every everywhere;
where; everywhere; An' the world of good is a world of
glee,
With the bird in the buh and the
bird in the tree,
"Whatever the weather may be,"
says he,
"Whatever the weather may be."

ames Whitcomb Riley.

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(Continued from Second Page)

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 interesting
esting interesting program which will be as fol follows:
lows: follows: Piano solo Miss Marguerite Por Porter.
ter. Porter. Violin solo Miss Mary Connor.
Trio Miss Porter, Mrs. Goin and
Mrs. Chambers.
Piano solo Mrs. R. C. Camp.
Paper Miss Byrd Wartmann.
Vocal solo Mrs. II. M. Hampton.
Piano solo Miss Jean Austin.
Vocal solo Miss Porter.
Chorus, "Peace" By club.
The hostesses for the social half half-hour
hour half-hour will be the members of the so social
cial social committee.
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MRION MERCANTILE COMPANY

PHONE 319

E. G. RIVERS, Mgr.

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

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

This is our

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HOFFMAN PRESS
- Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear cr tear. Call and see

do the woik:

Ocala Steam Laundry

l'hone 101 402-404 South Slain St.

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Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ours. Let urn
have your custom we deserve it.
"Ocala l $k PacMngf Co.

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The Secret of a Ciood Figure
oflen lies fn the brassiere. Hamlmls of Uiou-T'ds of women
wear tlie Bien-Jolie Dnviere f.r the renson tlmt they rcinml
it as nooc'-ary a. a t-orsot. It s(i:-r.irt- lt" bust and lack
and gives the fijrare the youthful outline fashion decrees.

are the daintiest. mo-;t rvi:-ea!e
trr? rrments ininsrinable, ()n!y the

CJiikiiiS v-v.t. f m-itiri-,U :ir n for in-

i .i-keJ-e.fS stance. -VaIohn". :i Hex i'n'i- Mi Mi-Mi
Mi Mi-Mi T3RA5J1 tuUmES in-roftUurauiiity-alolutelv
"! A rustles- pernlttins inunderins vvitliout removal.

Tley corre in all stj!e. and ynur l Dry f;d- iteiler
wiit t'-.cra to you m ro.nie :t. If licdoes noti :irry them,
lie ; i o-.r-si'y ---t t'u-ii f r yr a by v.-ritinsr t.- u -. Pe:t '"r
an i!;ailr:itf.d l.k!i.t shon ina styles that !re in hi'' "ivr.

BENJAMIN

50 Yvrarren Street

JOIINES

Ncvark, IT. J.

To Graduate
Seven alumni of the Ocala high
school will receive next month de degrees
grees degrees from colleges. They are, Mr.
Leslie Anderson, who will complete
his medical course at Washington
ami Lee; Miss Irma Blake will re receive
ceive receive her B. M. degree from the
State College for Women on the ltlh;
Mr. Gary Beck on the 2nd will finish
his electrical engineering course at
the University of Tennessee;' Mr.

Roy Cappleman his civil engineering j

course at the University of Florida;
Mr. Brantley A. Weathers,- his law
course at Columbia University; Mr.
Paul Weathers, a four year course
at Amherst school, Mass., and "Mr.
Robert Ferguson of Oldtown, will
graduate from the medical depart-,
ment of Tulane. Other Ocalans who
will graduate will be Miss Katherine
Pyles, who will finish in music at
Brenau, and Mr. W. M. Martin from
the Georgia Military Academy.
mam
Mrs. J. A. Spencer and two daugh
ters, who have made their home with
their cousin, Miss Byrd Wartmann
since last fall, left yesterday for
Montreat, N. C, to spend the sum summer.
mer. summer.
Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Walters are
home from a brief visit to the for for-mer's
mer's for-mer's brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Armour at Pana Pana-soffkee.
soffkee. Pana-soffkee. Mrs. S. II. Blitch, Miss Legie
Blitch, Mr. Landis Blitch and guest,
Mr. Roland Wilkjnson of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, formed a party motoring in

! yesterday from Blitchton to witness

the ball game in the afternoon be between
tween between Ocala and Waldo.

Miss .Agnes Ellen Harris of Talla

hassee, who fills the chair of domes domestic
tic domestic science at the State College for
Women and a representative of the
agricultural department at Washing

ton, is a" visitor to Ocala, arriving
last night from Gainesville. Miss

Harris is here in the. interest of her

work and this morning accompanied
by Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, canning
club agent in this county, she went to

Griner Farm to give a demonstration

and to make a tireless cooker. To

morrow Mrs. Moorhead and Miss

Harris will attend the picnic at Pe

dro, giving a demonstration in can

ning beans.

Representative W. J. Crosby of

Citra is spending the week end at

home coming down from Talahassee

especially to be present tonight at
the graduation of his daughter, Miss
Ethel, from the Citra High School.

The exercises will be held in the

handosme new school building, there

by adding a dual significance to Mr.

Crosgy for in the dedication of the
school, no one has a right to feel
prouder than he, for he labored untir

ing to secure the school for his town.

Mrs. W. B. Gray of Tampa, who

has been visiting her brother, Mr. J.

L. Carney at Lake Weir, arrived this
afternoon for a week-end visit with

Mrs. James Hicks Hill.

Mrs. J. B. Floyd left yesterday for
Waycross, in response to a wire an announcing
nouncing announcing the illness of her brother-in-law,
Mr. A. J. Daniels.
Mrs. J. B. Cutler, of Crystal River,

who has been the guest of Mrs. H.
B. Clarkson since Wednesday will re return
turn return home tomorrow.
Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Henry, Mrs.
D. S. Woodrow and Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Conner, of Lake Weir were in
town today.
A letter from Mr. and Mrs. O. P.
Gillett, who motored from Florida to
their home in Danbury, Conn., in their
Ford, announce their safe arrival and

that the 1780 miles from St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg were made without the slight

est mishap, not even a puncture. Two

winters ago Mr. and 31 rs. Gillett

spent several months in Ocala, stop- 1
ping at the home of Mrs. D. G. j
Washburn en route to South Florida j
I Mm MP

ana just Deiore aeparung ior nome.
.
Former Marion County Girl Weds in
Tampa
Miss Sara Gordon, who was born
in the Fellowship neighborhood and
with her parents resided in the coun county
ty county for a number of years was married
in Tampa Wednesday. Of interest to
the friends of the Gordon family and
of the bride's sister, Mrs. E. H. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, of this city, will be the follow following
ing following condensed account from the Trib Tribune:
une: Tribune: "Miss Sara Gordon and Mr. Robert
R. Walden were married last evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. T.
Dawson in Hyde Park.
"The bride made a lovely picture as
she descended the vine-covered path
down the stairs and again as she
stood before the arch of palms at the
drawing room door to take her vows.
"The guests were greeted at the
door by Mrs. Dawson with Mrs. J.
W. Gordon, of Largo, the mother of
the bride, and Mrs. E. D. Ray. The
wedding march from Lohengrin was
played by Miss Mamie Dawson. The
bride's onjy attendant was Miss Hat Hat-tie
tie Hat-tie Ray, maid of honor. She pre preceded
ceded preceded Miss Gordon down the stair stairway,
way, stairway, and the groom with his best man
Mr. Joseph Gordon, of Jacksonville,
the brother of the bride, entered from
the dining room. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. C. W. Duke.
An informal reception for the
guests was held afterward. An ice
course was served by a group of young
girls.
"The bride wore a dress of white
crepe de chine. The bodice was trim trimmed
med trimmed with lace and a band of it bor bordered
dered bordered the pointed tunic on the skirt.
The veil was worn cap effect, a frill
of lace standing away from the brow.
Her ornament was a necklace with an
exquisite little pendant in the form of
a marguerite, whose pearl petals were
centered with gold set with a sap sapphire.
phire. sapphire. The bouaue was' of bride's
roses and lillies of the valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Walden leftor a wed wedding
ding wedding trip of two weeks-, keeping their
destination only to themselves. The
bride traveled in a dress of navy blue
silk poplin, and a hat of white Milan
straw, whose upturned brim was trim trimmed
med trimmed with a long quill and little tail tailored
ored tailored bows of blue silk. After June 1,
they will be at home to their friends
at No. 19G4 Cardy street. A num number
ber number of handsome -wedding presents
were received that will be put to im immediate
mediate immediate use in their cozy apartments.

Sewing Circle Picnic
Next Tuesc'ay the sewing circle of
the Methodist church will picnic at
Williams Springs. It is earnestly de desired
sired desired that all the members and all
who attend or entertain the circle will
attend. Will thn e 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 ae anxious to
have a full attendance an' everybody
anticipates a "full day of loasure.
.
Mrs. F. W. Cook has returned from

a pleasant visit to friends at West
Pal mBeach and other places on the

East Coast.

(Concluded on Fourth Page)

j Why
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WHRV YOlt KVOW

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win. no tub nriK

: Ocala

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recommend a successor to be appoint-j

ed by the board. The painting oi tee
house was also discussed but the
board could not promise to have it
done this season from county funds.
The superintendent mentioned the
approaching teachers examination to
be held beginning Tuesday, June 8.
He was instructed to give due notice
in the papers of same.
The teachers -reports for the
month past were presented and their
accounts were ordered paid.
Afternoon Session
It appearing that the advertisement
of the petition from certain petition petitioners
ers petitioners asking that an election be called
to determine whether or not the
boundaries 6f the Buck Pond special
tax school district should remain as
at present or be changed to be as
advertised had been duly published in
the Marion County Advocate on Mch.
2G, April 2, 9, 1G and 23, covering
four weeks as the law directs, it was
ordered that cn Tuesday, June 15,

1915, there should be held an election

according to law at the Buck Pond

school house to determine whether
the boundary should remain as at

present or should be, changed to be as

follows: Beg at ne cor of 5-15-19,!

run thence w to the nw cor of 6-15-

18, thence s to the sw cor of 31-15-18,1

thence e along tp line to the se cor of
32-15-19, thence n to the ne cor of 5-

15-19, the p o b. All parties qualified

to vote in a special tax school election

with the present boundaries of Buck

Pond district and the territory to be

annexed are qualified to vote in this
election. The following were appoint appointed
ed appointed managers of said election: WT. D.
Young, T. F. Morgan, C. B. Miller,
and J. T. Hutchins, clerk.

It also appearing that a certain pe

tition from qualified voters of the
Citra special tax school district and

the territory to be included had been
duly advertised in the Ocala papers
on Feb. 19, 26, March 6. 12 and 19, it
was ordered that on Tuesday, June

15, 1915, there should be an election

held at Wartmann's store at Citra to
determine whether the boundaries of
the Citra special tax school district
should remain as at present or should
be as follows: Beg at se cor of 36-12-22,
run thence n on range line divid

ing 22 and 23 to the Alachua county
line, thence following the said line to

the range line dividing 21 and 22,

thence south to the sw cor of 7-13-22,
thence east to the se cor of 11-13-22,
thence n to the ne cor of 2-13-22,
thence e to the se cor of 36-12-22, the

p o b. It was ordered that legal no notice
tice notice of same be given and that the
following be named as managers of
said election: Jno. S. WyckofF, A. C.
White and R. S. Shortridge, manag

ers and S. Ramey, clerk.

The treasurer's report was present

ed and checked over with the war

rants returned and found to be ap apparently
parently apparently correct. For the county
general fund it showed results as fol follows:
lows: follows: Balance on April 1, $150.70;
receipts from W. L. Colbert for reg regular
ular regular collections $2000; .polls regular,
$702, extra, $93; on April 29 from
W. L. Colbert, regular collections,
$3870.96; total receipts, $6,876.66;

disbursements, $6,500.04; balance,
$370.62. On the loan fund balance on
April 1, $3343.63; received on loan
from J. L. Beck, $500; total receipts,
$4043.63; disbursements $1750; bal balance
ance balance $2293.63. On the interest and
sinking fund accounts the following
balances were shown: Ocala $2456.85;
Dunnellon $575.10; Citra $239.59. The
following district balances were
"shown: Ocala $353.66; Mcintosh
$72.40; Belleview $134.53;. Fantville
$23.10; Dunnellon $51.52; Reddick
$2.59; Pine Level $321.59; Mayville
$76.85; Weirsdale $776.17; Citra 69c;
Griner Farm $1.18; Buck Pond $88.07;
Sparr $1.74; Candler $462.65; Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship $33.07; Electra $41.95; Blitch Blitchton
ton Blitchton $71.28; Martel $330.07; Fort
King $63.79; Capulet $266.63; Lina Lina-dale
dale Lina-dale $192.06; Cotton Plant $221.11;

Orange Lake $195.25; Oak Hill
$38.08;" Moss Bluff $41.57; Fairfield
3c; Cottage Hill $40.76; Charter Oak
$326.93; Pedro $24.82; Kendrick
$46.53; Oklawaha $189.47; Heidtville
$388.36; Pleasant Hill $42.04; Fort
McCoy $118.78; Anthony $56.63;
Summerfield $3.15; Homeland 81c;
Shiloh $3.17; total $5125.28.
The teachers examination begin beginning
ning beginning on Tuesday, June 8, it was de decided
cided decided to hold the regular meeting for
the transaction of general school
business on Tuesday, June 1, 1915.
It was also agreed that the board
should go in a body on Friday, May
21, to Citra to make an official in inspection
spection inspection of the new building.
J. H. Brinson, Secretary.

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 hai tUut 100
deed records and 43 mortgage records and 50 of misceilanotas rec
ords, or about 160.000 pages of record matter and ampng thes 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 TI3IE IN IN-WHICH
WHICH IN-WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.

florid -title and abstract corporation

ocala, fia.

Phone Orders
Taken Here

We take orders by telephprs.
Tbis is done to save :you tin: 5
and trouble.
Harw, yon naturally wouldn't
order -by phone if you didn't
get good cuts and fair weight.
When we invite yon to order
by wire we therefore intend to
give you first class, prompt
lervice.

W. H. MARSH'S MARKET
PHONE 108
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fia.

Bottling Works
AOTICR

Of Application tar T Deed I aler
rrtion H of Chapter
Lin of Florida
No Ice Is hereby given that Oori?e
Timlin. iKjrotiaser of tax certificate
No. 100. dated t."he 3rd day of June.
A. L. If07. has filed -said certificate in
my ifnce. and has made application
for tax 1?1 to isve 1n accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces
the following described property -lt-ii..r.l
ti M-irion rfiuntr. Florida- to-

!wtt: Sv'i of swU of section 13.
I township 17 couth, ranpre 26 east. The
j said land beinr assessed ax 4he date of
! the is.uanc- of such certificate in th th-j
j th-j name of Ceo. V. Hudson. I'nless said
certificate hall be redeemed acrord acrord-linr
linr acrord-linr to law. tax deed will issue thereon
(on the 21st day of June. A. D. 1S13.

v itne.- my oinriai -:i?n-aiure ano
j-al thia .the 19th day of May. A. I.
1 'J 1 5.
Seu.li P. H- Nl'GCN'T.
Clerk CircruVt Court Marion County.
Florida. 5-21-fri

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"MILADY BEAUTIFUL" CAN FIND THOSE TOILE" TOOLS SHE
DESIRES IN OUR STORE-MANICURE SETS. BRUSHES. MIRRORS.
COMBS. HAIR COMBS. PINS-EVERYTHING.
WHENEVER YOU DESIRE JEWELRY FOR YOURSELF OR FOR
YOUR FRIENDS. COME. SEEOURSYOU WILL LIKE IT: YOU WILL
BUY IT: IT W PLEASE YOU AND THEM AS LONG AS YOU LIVE.
WEMAKF 'OUALITY9 RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.

A. E. BURNETT
OC ALA'S RELIABLE JEWELER

Fruit and forage slabs for sale
cheap next fall. Buy from me and.
you will get the rapid growing var-j
iety. Some cactus are poor growers.'

D. Gamble, 1133 S. Orange street,
Ocala, Fia. 5-18-6t
STOCK FEED

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

LAME HACK

Lame brick 13 usually due to rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism of the muscles of the back
Hard working people are roost likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massasring the back with Cham Cham-bei
bei Cham-bei Iain's Liniment two or three time?
a day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere
Advertisement.

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In Uomoi's Lllnd

The expectant
mother revolves in
her mind all we tm tm-derstand
derstand tm-derstand by destiny.
And rt U ct the vtmrmt
importance that her
physical comfort bo
oar first thcrasLt. TLero
Li a most rplendld mo
Cf'.f tor til purpose,
known as "Mother
Friend. It I applied
orer the xnojcles of the
stomach, rectlr ruLbed

In. and at once penetrates to r tiler e all
strala on cerres. cords, ligament and all
parts lnrolTed. It makes tbe muscles so
piact that they expand naturally. And at
tbe same time they are iartgorated by tbm
absence of harassin; pains so apt to distress
tbe mind. Wbaterer will add to tbe comfort
of tbe expectant mother is a great and bcJp bcJp-ful
ful bcJp-ful influence since a calm .and peaceful period
most bare a tronderfuRr beneficial Impress
cpon tbe enrol nr cbftd. Get a Lottie of
"Mother's Friend" of any druylst and yon
wlU realize why so many women declare it
to be tbe most helpful remedy they know of.
Write today to Bradfleld Regulator Co, iat
Lamar Bid;, Atlanta, Ga for a splendid
book of great Interest aad. yalao to every ex expectant
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Funeral Director and
Embalraer
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, MAY 21. 1915
I
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OCALA OCCURENCES
Al G3rSEA.Tr LIME OIF
(Continued from Third Page)

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Trade at Fishel's.

Men's pants at Fishel's.

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Ladies' waists at Fishel's. tf

Mr. L. B, Raysor, one of Lowell's
first-class farmers, was in town today.

Mr. II. D. Bassett of Lakeland is
among the prominent Floridians in
the city for a few days.

Mr. Leon Fishel returned last
night from a business trip to Webster.

WEATHER REPORT

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

Circuit Court has adjourned until
next Monday morning at 8 o'clock.

For plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 I

Dr. Burns of Floral City was in
town today.

Buy your arugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the best always. 4-27-tf
Mr. A. J. Leavengoo J of Stanton is
in town for a few days.

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 03 62
May 3 SO 62
May 4 87 CG
May 5 ."85 71
May 6 02 58
May 7 94 68
May 8 8G 72
May 9 80 66 2.18
May 10 83 77
May 12 78 68 .32
May 13 82 GO .76

I May 14 8G 62

May 15 ...94 64 ..
May 1G .... 93 70
May 17 94 78
May 18 88 68
May 20 69 88
May 20 ....87 69
Local Forecast
Fair south portion, unsettled with
orobable showers in central and north

portions tonight and Saturday.

W. K. Lane, 31. D. "Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Noe
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.

Globe Wernicke Cabinets make of office
fice office work easy at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 20-3t.

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

Have your prescriptions filled at

Gerig's, the pnly drug store in Ocala
with more than one registered phar pharmacist.
macist. pharmacist. 4-27-tf

Our fountain sodas and ice cream
are the BEST made and our service
is Al. Try them. The- Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. tf

The Temple had a full house and a
fine bill last night. Tonight there
will be the ninth episode of Runaway
June and three other reels. The
Temple will have something special
in "The Life of Our Savior" next
Monday something everybody should
see.

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

If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. II. Christian. 14-lm

which we are selling real cheap. All
good quality. Gerig's. 4-87-tf

The postoffice at Montague will be
discontinued May 31st. "The Ocala
postoffice will receive, deliver and ac account
count account for all mail addressed to it.

The members of the county school
board inspected the new schoolhouse
at Citra today, and found it very
good.

As we go to press the case of the
state of Florida against B. N. Tan Tanner
ner Tanner charged with practicing medicine
without a license is being heard in
Judge W. E. Smith's court. The case
originated in Belleview and six wit witnesses
nesses witnesses have been summoned by the
state to give testimony. Attorney W.
I. Evans was appointed by the court
to prosecute the case for the state.

Mr. M. L. Mershon has moved his
law offices to the Law Library build building
ing building and occupies a handsome suite on
the Magnolia street side, facing the
court house.

In the case of Stoop vs. Frink in
the circuit court yesterday a verdict
in favor of the plaintiff was rendered
by the jury, assessing damages in the
sum of $186.50.

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

Everybody trades, at Fishel's. tf

On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

Blood Risings Begin
A Mere Speck
Stop Them From Grow Growing
ing Growing Large and
Dangerous.

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

SEE Situs. FARM on the Silver
Springs" road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf jles, milk and eggs.- tf
Rexali Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy, livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf

LADIES
Have you seen the latest ideas in
millinery now being displayed at the
MID-SUMMER OPENING in the Af Affleck
fleck Affleck Millinery Parlor over Helven Helven-ston's?
ston's? Helven-ston's? 2t

MOSS BLUFF
Moss Bluff, May 20. Mrs. Rem Rem-bert
bert Rem-bert and daughter Mary of Cocoa and
Mrs. Sanford and little daughter Al Al-meta,
meta, Al-meta, are visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Martin.
Miss Julia Harrell of Oklawaha is
visiting her sister, Mrs. A. M. Mor Morrison.
rison. Morrison. Rev. Colson of Gainesville filled his
appointment at the Christian church
Sunday- night.
Mr. Jack Snell and family and Miss
Georgie Price of Oklawaha attended
church here Sunday night.
Misses Sallie and Addye Morrison
and Alma Fort spent Sunday with
Misses Angie and Celia Collins.
Mr. J. T. Lewis and family of Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha spent a short while Sunday
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Fort.
Misses Angie and Celia Collins
spent Tuesday and Tuesday night
with Miss Alma Fort.
Mr. P. L. Hightower and family,
who have been visiting Mr. High High-tower's
tower's High-tower's mother, Mrs. I. Perry, return returned
ed returned to their home in Winter Haven
Sunday.
Mr. Elton Stanaland of Lynne vis

ited the Bluff Sunday afternoon.

HOW MRS nARROD GOT RID
OF HER STOMACH TROUBLE

Nearly everyone who uses S. S. S. for
the blood recalls a friend -who went
through untold suffering as the result
of a mere pimple or small blood rising.
A host of people did not realize, until
too late, what may result from a slight
skin abrasion. But they recovered if
they used S. S. S-, and in almost every
village and hamlet, every crossroad and
away back off the road is someone who
will tell you how S. S. S., the famous
blood purifier, restored his health.
It is a most interesting fact that this
remarkable vegetable medicine over-

11 a u is me uiuuu in a. niu.imer iaai ex

cites lunuus minus.
But it acts in accordance with ac accented
cented accented Dhvsioloerical laws and vet its

effect is almost beyond comprehension
to those who are wedded to such drugs
as mercury, calomel, arsenic, iodide of
potash, copper and other baneful in influences
fluences influences which all the world bears
eilent testimony to their destructive
tendencies.
S. S. S. Is Indeed a nature's tribute
. A. 1 X A. j.

l w II ii t we neeu anu u is wunny 01
note that in almost any drug store
throughout the country you will find
it regularly in stock. Get a bottle to today.
day. today. And if you believe yours is a
peculiar case, write to the Medical
Adviser of The Swift Specific Co., 106
Swift Bldgv- Atlanta. Ga. Our word
for It, he is one of Georgia's appre appreciated
ciated appreciated specialists, retired from active
practice, but proud of his name and of
his recognized ability.

"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everything I heard
of, but the only relief I got was tem temporary
porary temporary until last spring I saw Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and pro procured
cured procured a bottle of them at our drug
store. I got immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pain in the stomach," writes
Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort Wayne, Ind
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Try one of -those frosted pints of

Pabst's Blue Ribbon at JoTinny's. tt
FRECKLE-FACE
Sun and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spots.
How to Remove Easily
Here's a chance, Miss Freckle-face,
to try a remedy for freckles with the
guarantee of a reliable dealer that it
will not cost you a penny unless it re removes
moves removes the freckles; while if it does
give you a clear complexion the ex expense
pense expense is trifling.
Simply get an ounce of othine
double strength from any druggist
and a feW applications should show
you how easy it is to rid yourself of
the homely freckles and get a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful complexion. Rarely is more than
one ounce needed for the worst case.
Be sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength othine as this is the
prescription sold under guarantee of
money back if it fails to remove
freckles. 2

Patrons and Friends Visited Primary
School
The faculty of the primary school
was "at home to the parents and
friends of the pupils yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon from 4 to C o'clock and large
numbers of people visited the school
and admired the splendid work which

was on exhibition.
The primary department has been
under the principalship of Miss Nellie
Stevens, one of the foremost educa educators
tors educators in the state, for a number of
years, and she has inaugurated and
maintained a systematic method of
progression which extends through throughout
out throughout the entire department. Begin Beginning
ning Beginning with the youngest pupils and
running through to the advanced
third grades there is evidence of the
presence and control of the principal,
and yet with this, there has been per permitted
mitted permitted a wide range of personal ef efforts
forts efforts on the part of the individual
teachers which is distinctly manifest
to the visitor making a close inspec inspection
tion inspection of the work.
The comradship between the teach

ers and principal was a very notice

able element. As Miss Stevens pass passed
ed passed from room to room to explain the
work of the children, the Star's repre representative
sentative representative was forced to observe the
pride with which she viewed the work

bearing the stamp of the teacher's

personality tind her personal knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of the individual work of the

several hundred children in the de department.
partment. department. The teachers spoke, too,
with pride of the working out by the

pupils of the great general plans of

the principal.

The class rooms were attractively
and neatly decorated with the work

of the children and on the desks were
the children's pencil and crayon work,
tables, etc. Truly the work of the
pupils is most excellent and one must

needs have seen it to have any just

appreciation of it. On close exami

nation it is readily seen that the
school is not doing work 'for exhibit's

sake.

During the summer an unfinished
room added last fall will be complet completed,
ed, completed, thereby enabling the principal to

divide the first grade and then all of

the grades will have two rooms ex

cept the second grade.

As souvenirs, little paper May bas baskets
kets baskets filled with flowers were dis

tributed to the callers, many of whom
however left without one, for the

guests far exceeded the number of

baskets.
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Supper was a Success

The supper given by the ladies of
the East Broadway church, at the ar armory
mory armory last night, was a successful af affair
fair affair financially as well as pleasant so socially.
cially. socially. The ladies of this church have
established a splendid reputation for

their suppers, and this was as good

as any. The bill of fare was ex extensive,
tensive, extensive, the cooking perfect, and the
service, by the charming hostesses,
probably the best feature of the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. The following ladies assist assisted
ed assisted with the supper: Mrs. B. F. Bor

den, Mrs. S. S. Duval, Mrs. E. II

Martin, Mrs. Blocker, Mrs. H. W.
Tucker, Mrs. Hooper, Mrs. Jordan,
Misses Wenona Wether bee, Loureen
Spencer, MrsvH. S. Chambers, Mrs.
A. S. Burgess, Miss Mamie.Taylor and

others.
Silver Medal Contest

On Thursday evening a silver

medal contest was held at the North
Ocala Union church. A good size
crowd, including representatives from

Oak, was delighted with the work of

the little speakers, four of whom
came from Oak.
The program was as follows:
Song, "Tell the Blessed Story."
Reading Psalm 146 and prayer.
Song, "Bravely, Firmly Answer
No."
Recitation, "Why Daddy Signed
the Pledge" Clyde Seiler.
Recitation, "Tom Jones" Eleanor

Abshire.
Recitation, "The Butterfly is Sad"
Kenneth Stroman.
Recitation, "A Little Bloom"
Lucile Murphy.
Recitation, "The Temperance Call"
Violet Abshire.
The judges, Mrs. G. K. Deno, Mrs.
Maude Williams and Mrs. M. M.
Little, awarded the medal to Lucile
Murphy of Oak.
Song, "Keep Up the Fight."
The awarding of the medal last
night makes three that have been
won in the Murphy family in the last
month. Lester Wilson and Louise
Murphy entertained the crowd with
recitations on which they won the
medals last week at Griner Farm.
Maryela Bray recited the "Brown
Hunter Child."
The music was in charge of Mr. J.
D. Smith, who has recently opened a
singing class in North Ocala, assisted
by Miss Agnes Crago, as organist.
During the evening Miss Murphy
lost her silver L. T. L. medal between
the S. A. L. crossing and the church
and she would appreciate it if the
finder will return it to her at Oak.
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The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.

Mabry Sumner will regret to learn
that they will leave Ocala in a- few
days, to make their home in Tampa.
The weekly meeting of the young
ladies auction club was held this aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, Miss Bettie Wray Mclver be being
ing being the lovely hostess. Enjoying the
delightful affair were ten club mem members
bers members and Misses Bessie McKissock
and Virginia Sistrunk, the dozen

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Our line is a complete one, too. Ask us to show you. You
want it when you want it, and we have it
Are you getting the most for your money in the grocery line.
It will pay you to take advantage of our Saturday and Mon Monday
day Monday Specials. We quote the following for

Saturday -22nd and" Monday

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HAMS WHITE BACON SNOWDRIFT LAO GELATINE
Kingans Reliable Hams, Per pound 12Kc Medium size tins, per tin Lipton's (Gelatine) jeiiy Tablets,
SWeet and tender per lb. Bacon is higher, but we bought 4.5C flavors: Sherry Wine, Madeira
a qc ahead and we are giving you the Wine, .Tort Wine, Orange, Lemon,
1 the advantage of our purchase. Arn Raspberry, Black Currant, three
Ar.U packages for 23c
MEAL POTiTnF: Pure IarJ' T Pund 13
10 nounds of best Wnter ni i T p i Lard Compound ;....ioc PEANUT CUTTER
GMir WatGr ld '""gr EVAPORATED APPLES "d
25C 1 he cheapest food on earth. 10c. Packages for Qc 15C

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, o o "pwuija Kumc uuw u'iu win. rnaKe our customers special
prices on canned goods by the dozen. In this way. you will be getting the benefit of the Cheap. Rate
: O 1 cc i T a m m

For this week's Special we are offering you No. 2 Tomatoes, the Best Baltimore Pack at. per dozen

jelley Maraschino Cherries fruit jars
os1kZ: 23c Bottles at---.-- 22c Ball's.Mason Fruit Ja,s:
tlarmalade and Orange Jelly, per 50c Bottles at ApC J" per do ;
Glass 75c Bottles at 68c SJ r ft rdoz-" : :f
UO Half Gallons, per doz.. 7Sc
: Coffee Specials 10c Packages
7 Cakes Lenox Soap for '20c Grade Roasted Coffee, per pouiwU-.. 15c EDEN DATES
- 25c Green Coffee, fine grade, nice, clean; 8 lbs 96c per package Bc

SALMON

15c size, tall tins. Pink
Salmon rjer tin '..11c
Half Pound tins choice
Pink Columbia River, tin.' 9c

BORDEN'S EVAPORATED MUM

G Tins (Baby Size) St. Charles Evaporated Milk f-r 22c
Tall tins St. Charles Evaporated 31 ilk, tin 8?; .loz" 90c
ASPARAGUS
25c tin, Sun Kist Asparagus for .... 2Qc

IW0R0YAtSC4RLtT SnFXlilS
20c tin Rojal Scarlet Grated r
Sliced Pneapple, per tin. ISc
2Ac tin Royal Scarlet Tuna Fid',
the Chicken of the Sea, tin 18c

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To all customers purchasing $1 or more (for cash) during: the aboved named day.:, we will sell (one to a customer) a 30c
JARDANIER STAND for 27c. You must see these stands to appreciate them. They are handy fot many uses, such as a flower stnnd in

the sick room, bath room, for" lhe work basket, etc.

CHERRIES
50c bottle
Creme de Mcnlhe
Cherries
45c

'O.K. Teapot Grocery

OCALA

P JONE 16

FLORIDA

25c Glass
Strained
Crsn terry
Saoce
i22c

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young ladies making three tables of
congenial players. The prize for top
score was a prettily embroidered tow
el, done in pink. An ice course, fol followed
lowed followed the games and as the guests
arrived, refreshing ice cold lemonade
was served.
Dr. L. F. Blalock and son Fred, re returned
turned returned last night from Jacksonville.
Mrs. Blalock, who accompanied them,
went on to Tallahassee to visit Rev.
and Mrs. T. J. Nixon for ten days, go going
ing going especially to be present tonight
at the graduation of Miss Eleanor
Nixon, Dr. Blalock's niece.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brown, Miss
Helen Brown and Mr. Jim Pyles ex expect
pect expect to leave early in the morning in
the former's car for Live Oak.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED. LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

LOST Somewhere between the
square and North Ocala, a gold
medal engraved with "Mabel" on
one side, and on other "Piano,
Chautauqua; 1915." Reward will
given for its return to this office. Ct

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FOR RENT inree unfurnished
rooms two blocks from courthouse;
lights and water furnished; bat,h
connected; rates reasonable. Call
phone 509. 4-tf

Mrs. E. L. Carney returned this
morning from a visit of three weeks
to Gov. and Mrs. Park Trammell in
Tallahassee. Mrs. Carney has a large
circle of friends throughout the state,
especially in Tallahassee, and her re return
turn return to the capital where she and Mr.
Carney resided during two sessions

of the legislature was an incentive for

a round of charming hospitalities.
Mrs. William Anderson sailed from

Jacksonville yesterday on the Lenap?

for New York, thence going to
Bridgeport, Conn., for a prolonged

visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Calhoun.

FOR RENT Furnished rooms; with

modern conveniences; centrally lo

cated, three-blocks from court

house. Apply to Mrs. "Ellis, 323

East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf

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FOR RENT Well located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-tf

Last evening, complimentary toj
Miss Elizabeth Abson, the younger
society boys and girls gave enjoyed

a moonlight picnic party to Lake-

Weir. About fifteen young people;

thoroughly -enjoyed the evening, bath- ;

ing in the lake after which a picnic i

supper was enjoyed. Mrs. T. II.

Wallis chaperoned the party.

ROOMS & BOARD Four large front
rooms with board at special sum sum-mcr
mcr sum-mcr rates.. Mrs. M. E. Errin, at
Carlt on House. 1 9-1 mo.
FOR SALE 25,000 sweet potato
slips at $1.50 per thousand. C. Y.
Miller, Ocala, Fla., 104 Tenth
street. 5-10-tf

Mrs. C. M. Murphy and daughter!

Miss Louise, and granddaughter. Miss
Lucile Murphy' of Oak, spent last last-night
night last-night as the guests of Rev. and Mrs.'

Thompson. They attended the medal i
contest in which Miss Lucile was the)

winner of the medal.

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

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

FOR SALE A rublier tired surry in
perfect condition, good as new. E.
M. Howard, Ocala, Fla. 14-12t
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A 23 23-acre
acre 23-acre improved farm three miles
from Ocala, quarter mile from hard
road; fenced; house and good well.
Will accept good horse and buggy
or diamond in part payment. Ad Address
dress Address P. O. Box 517, Ocala. 17-3-eod
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 abundance
dance abundance of milk. Address, "Owner,"
311 North Magnolia street. 20-Ct

FOR SALE A 12-acre farm with
seven-room house and large barn,

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Ticket cn SJo It :y 2Tth l June 2aa
ire, limits 3 Jurf l C'J-- L-.cCr.sbr. cs 1

tiop-ovcr p.-vitauc. lor

ratcc, &c-CiiJcs, ti.

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STAKDAD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH

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

AOT1CE

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. lS-4t

FOR RENT No. 315 N. Orange St
four rooms, $8 per month; also No.
323, N. Orange St, four rooms,
electric lights, $10 per month; both
newly papered and painted. W. C.
Blanchard, Agent. 18-12t
LOST A silver medal, engraved on
one side Declamatory L T. L. The
finder with be rewarded' by leaving
same at this ofuce or with Mrs. G.
D. Washburn. 21-Ct

Of 9mWrmXmm tmr Tti T) tadrr
rtlm H mt Chapter 4HS,
La mjz fr'urm
Not!c i hereoy trlven that L- W.
Sny.lcr. purchaser of tax certlfjt-at. No.
12. a4ei the 7th day of June. A IJ.
1V09. hxH filed rrtiftcate in tny of
fice, and haj made Appliat)on for tax
deed to l--sue In acrorxlaivre with lw.
a.IJ crr I Hr.te embmcei the foliowSnar
de.vribed property yltuated In Marlon
county. Florida. to-wit: Nw' of
e', an.! n? t wi of ee'4 of fac faction
tion faction 2i. townirtilp 11 on t h ranr Zi
eo.t 69 acres. The M 1xnd belnc
aefcl a.t the date of ihe isauano. of
u-h eeTtlft.ate tn the name f llexi llexi-nJnar
nJnar llexi-nJnar I and I. Comrny. I'nleii all
certlfleat shall "taw redeemed aocordinsr
t law. tax deed wlll l.eiie thereon on
the 21t day of June. A. I). 115.
Witnea my official Is?nature and
aal thU the l&th day of May. A. n
1915.
leal P. IT. Nl'QRNT.
Clerk Clrr-ult Com rt -llarion Countr
KtorJda. S-21-frl

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 saii
offense.
17-10t J. W. Fc rt.

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