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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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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

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Rome, May 22 King Victor Eman Emanuel
uel Emanuel will issue a proclamation to the
people today, countersigned by all
cabinet ministers, explaining how
Italy has been driven to take up
arms. It will appeal to the people to
do their duty in such a way that vic victory
tory victory will be assured. Another proc proclamation
lamation proclamation will be addressed to the
army and navy.
ITALIAN MINISTER ATTACKED
Berlin, May 22. All the morning
newspapers strongly condemn the at attack
tack attack last night by a German youth
on the Italian minister and warn the
people against the molestation of
Italians remaining here. The tone of
the press toward Italy is unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously calm and moderate.
AN IMMENSE ADDITION TO THE
ODDS
London, May 22. A state of war
now virtually exists between Italy
and Austria and Germany, although
there has been no formal declaration.
The Austrians are strengthening their
frontier posts and all navigation ser service
vice service in the Adriatic has been suspend suspended.
ed. suspended. The indication that a clash is near
is the fact that the Italian senate has
endorsed the chamber's action in
granting the government extraordi extraordinary
nary extraordinary powers in the event of war, for
which the whole of Italy appears to
be enthusiastic.
SERBIANS READY FOR AN ANOTHER
OTHER ANOTHER STROKE
Simultaneously with Italy's antici
pated entrance, Serbia's reconstruct
ed army has fully recovered from the
campaigns which resulted in the Aus
trians being driven from Serbia. Well
armed and well-equipped, it is an
nounced, the Serbians have begun a
inarch toward the Austrian border,
bent on another invasion of Austrian
territory.
ROUMANIA
WILL
RING
JOIN THE
Austria, which is being attacked
from all sides, has another enemy,
Roumania, in prospect. It has been
an open secret that Roumania and
Italy have an agreement -to act in
concert. Roumania is awaiting the
conclusion of- an agreement with
Greece and Bulgaria, which are also
expected to join the Allies, before
Roumania takes up arms. These an anticipations
ticipations anticipations explain the tremendous
efforts Austria and Germany are
making to complete the defeat of the
Russians who have been forced out of
Western Galicia and the Carpathians
and who are offering stubborn resis resistance
tance resistance behind the San river and
Przemysl.
AUSTRIANS SEIZED A TRAIN
London, May 22. Although Italy
and Austria are virtually at war, no
reports have been received today of
actual fighting. A train, however,
which crossed the frontier from
Italy was seized by Austrians who
arrested the train crew.
AUSTRIA SERVES
NOTICE ON ITALY
(Special to the Star)"
Amsterdam, May 22. A dispatch
from Vienna says Austria has sent a
note to Italy, stating that Italy hav having
ing having capriciously renounced its obli obligations
gations obligations to the Triple Alliance, Aus Austria
tria Austria declines to accept further respon responsibility
sibility responsibility for the result.
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
New shoes at Fishel's.
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COLLISISfl
AWFUL LOSS OF LIFE IN
ENGLISH RAILWAY
ACCIDENT
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(Associate! Pres)
Carlisle, Eng., May 22. Forty sol soldiers
diers soldiers are known to be dead and 300
were injured this morning when a
troop train collided with a local near
here. Both trains caught fire.
DEATH LIST INCREASES
Later -At least fifty persons were
killed today when a trcop train and
a local express were in collision near
here. The final list may be considera considerably
bly considerably greater. The total casualties
will probably reach 400. Many are
fatally hurt.
The troop train collided first with
the local, then the express rushed
into the wreckage. Most of the dead
are soldiers. Fire broke out but was
extinguished. ;
PRESIDENT WILSON
HAS A GRANDDAUGHTER
Washington, May 22. A baby girl,
the second grandchild of President
Wilson, was born last night to Secre Secretary
tary Secretary and Mrs. Mc Adoo. She will be
christened Ellen Wilson, for the late
Mrs. Wilsonr
The president was at the McAdoo
home when the granddaughter was
born. Mr. McAdoo went to his office
today, the first time since his opera operation
tion operation for appendicitis two months ago.
WILL PROBABLY
ANSWER WEDNESDAY
Wilhelm will Make a Direct Reply to
Wilson
Berlin, May 22. The reply to the
note sent by President Wilson has
been delayed by late international de developments.
velopments. developments. It is now probable that
the reply will be sent about next
Wednesday. The final draft of the
note will be submitted to the kaiser
and can be considered as a reply di direct
rect direct from the emperor to the presi president.
dent. president. A newspaper, usually inspired of officially,
ficially, officially, says "Germany won't forsake
delivering the death stroke to Eng England
land England at America's bidding."
SWISS ARMY IS HALF
A MILLION STRONG
In the Lusitania Matter, It Will
Prove a Weighty Argument
Berne, May 22. The Swiss federal
authorities have decided to make
suitable representations to Germany
on the sinking, May 7, of the Cunard
Line steamer Lusitania by a German
submarine, as a result of which three
Swiss citizens lost their lives.
The government is awaiting knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of the German reply to the
Washington note, pn this subject, so
as to better be able to choose a wise
course of procedure.
The Swiss think well of President
Wilson's note, but to most newspa newspapers
pers newspapers it appears to be hardly strong
enough. The argument is being made
that the Swiss representatives will
have great weight because, tehind
them, there will be the Swiss army,
500,000 strong.
Reach mitts and gloves at The Mur
ray Company. 20-3t
Globe Wernicke Cabinets make of
fice work easy at TheMurray Com
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OCALA, FLOKIDA SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1915

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ENEMIES OF THE TEUTOIIIC
SOI CHAIIGES Oil
THE SEABOARD
Local from Jacksonville Will Arrive
Sooner and Southbound Limited
Will Arrive Later
The Star is informed that some
changes will be made May 31 in the
time of the southbound local and
limited trains on the Seaboard. The
local will leave Jacksonville 15 min minutes
utes minutes sooner (9:15 a. m.) and proba-
t.1.. : j n i j- i o.od
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ine lime oeiween jatKbunvuie auu
Tampa is to be shortened 25 minutes.
It now arrives at 12:40.
The limited will leave Jacksonville
at 1:30 instead of 10:05, and will
probably reach Ocala about 4:30.
No change will be made in the time
of the other trains.
The Seaboard will put on another
fast train to the north, leaving Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville at 1:35 p. m. The train will
be called the Flamingo special
Flamingo being a composite word
taken from "go to Florida in a min minute"
ute" minute" Fla., min., go. Of course this
lightning time will apply to the re return
turn return trip, but it will be a fine train
both ways.
MANY CONGRATULATIONS
FOR SECRETARY McADOO
His Little Daughter will be Tamcd
After Her Maternal Grand Grandmother
mother Grandmother Washington, May 22. Secretary
McAdoo today is being congratulat congratulated
ed congratulated on the birth of his daughter. The
president's first granddaughter, born
last -night, will be named Ellen Wil Wilson
son Wilson McAdoo.
ELECTRA
Electra, May 18. The farmers of
this section are smiling over the
showers of rain we are having of late.
Mr. L. D. Marsh and daughter Miss
Annie, and Mr. George Aired and
Mr. Compton of the muck farm made
a business trip to the Brick City this
week.
The Frances Annie left today with
a load of freight for Jacksonville.
The young folks enjoyed an ice
cream supper at Mr. and Mrs. Mock's
last Saturday night. Time was pass passed
ed passed in music and card playing.
Mr. L. D. Marsh and son II. L.
Marsh and C. W. Caldwell and Sykes
Aired made a trip to Jacksonville
last week with the Frances Annie.
Mrs. Barber and son, Mr. A. J. Hol-
ton spent Sunday at Mrs. R. A. Hal-
ford's.
Mrs. D. F. Stebbleton and Mrs. J.
P. Halford spent Sunday afternoon
with Mrs. G. W. Brant, who is sick.
Mrs. G. A. Sellars and son, H. M.
Sellars, made a trip to Ocala Sunday.
They will return today.
Mr. G. W. Brant filled his appoint
ment Sunday at the Electra Baptist
church.
Messrs. Dan Fort and Homer Ram
sey. Misses Martha Fort, Maryella
Mock and Selma McKenney spent
Sunday afternoon with Miss Mae Hal-
ford.
Mr. Wilson Caldwell took dinner
Sunday with his friend, Mr. R. O.
Halford.
Mr. J. P. Halford and Mr. T. J
Sellers and Cecil Sellers spent Mon Monday
day Monday with Mr. J. H. Halford.
LAME RCK
Lame back is usually due to rheu
matism of the muscles of the back
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back with Cham
berlain's Liniment two or three time?
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STRENUOUS QUE VICTOR
(Associated
Syracuse, N. Y., May 22. The
jury in the trial of William Barnes'
suit for libel against Col. Theodore
Roosevelt, ex-president of the United
States, today returned a verdict in
favor of the defendant, after consid considering
ering considering for more than eleven hours the
question of placing all the costs of
the action upon the plaintiff.
It is the belief of the jury that
everything Col. Roosevelt charged is
true, therefore, the plaintiff not hav having
ing having beerf libeled, is not entitled to
damages.
Immediately after the jury enter entered
ed entered the room, Warren W. Summers,
the foreman, announced a verdict for
the defendant. The jury was then
polled. All agreed that the fore foreman's
man's foreman's announcement was their decis decision,
ion, decision, including Edward Burns, the
juror who yesterday said he was for
the plaintiff when the jury polled.
Before the jury came in, spectators
crowding into the court room were
warned that any demonstration
would be met by severe punishment.
Except for the voice of the clerk of
the court and the jurors, the room
was absolutely quiet until Burns
name was calied and lhe foreman an-
nounced a verdict in favor of Col.
Roosevelt, then the court room buzzed
like a dynamo with voices. Several
persons stood up and waved thejr
hands but there was no outburst of
applause.
IVINS ANNOUNCES HE
APPEAL
WILL
New York, May 22. Wm. M. Ivins,
counsel for William Barnes, announc announced
ed announced this afternoon that an appeal will
be taken from the verdict of the jury
at Syracuse, which found in favor of
Theodore Roosevelt in the Barnes Barnes-Roosevelt
Roosevelt Barnes-Roosevelt libel suit.
KNITTING FACTORY BUSY
The Ocala knitting factory (the
Metropolitan Mills) is very busy mak making
ing making up underwear of all sizes for
men, women and children. The fac factory
tory factory is now running quite smoothly
and a number of the women have be become
come become quite proficient in cutting, fit fitting
ting fitting and finishing the garments on
the several machines. These little
machines, operated by electricity,
seem quite complicated, but are not
at all so, and the women soon become
expert in their use. Mr. Booth, the
superintendent, can easily keep the
four big knitting machines and the
knapping machine busy, at the same
time maintaining a general super
vision over the entire work. He is
much gratified to see how quickly he
can take unskilled labor and instruct
them in the different branches of the
work and how quickly they master it.
There are now 100 dozen garments
finished, folded and ready for the
boxes which will be here in a few
days. Pretty little silk labels or fac
tory trade marks have been made and
sewed on each garment. These lit
tle labels are of silk, the lettering is
in blue silk on a white background,
bearing the inscription "Metropoli "Metropolitan
tan "Metropolitan Mills. Made in Ocala, Fla, U. S.
A. Size and an American eagle
worked in red.
With it.-i machines the factory can
knit silk, wool or cotton and is now
making union suits, two-piece suits'
and undershirts. The garments are!
as well made and finished and the
material is as good as the best east eastern
ern eastern mills can turn out.
Circular letters are being mailed
to the trade all over Florida and
Georgia offering the merchants some something
thing something they have never had before in
the history of the country knitted
underwear "made in Florida."
HOW MRS HARROD GOT RID
OF HER STOMACH TROUBLE
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everything I heard
of, but the only relief I got was tem temporary
porary temporary until last spring I saw Cham
berlain'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, rort Wayne, Ind
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
New dresses at Fiahel's.
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IXIE HIGHWAY
ROUTE DECIDED
FLORIDA END WILL BE FROM
TALLAHASSEE TO JAXAND
ALONG THE EAST COAST
(Associated Press)
Chattanooga, May 22. The Dixie
highway, commissioners at the meet meeting
ing meeting here today decided after the road
reaches Indianapolis from Chicago,
there -should be two routes. The west
route will be through Louisville and
the east through Cincinnati. The por portion
tion portion of the route to follow from At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta to Macon will be the west route
via Griffin and Bamesville and the
east via McDonough and Jackson. A
section of the west route south of Ma Macon
con Macon is via Albany and Thomasville to
Tallahassee, Fla. The selection of the
east route from Macon to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville is deferred.
EAST COAST GETS IT
The Florida section is designated
from Tallahassee to Lake City, to
Jacksonville and down the east coast
to Miami.
ENTERTAINMENT AT THE
TEMPLE THURSDAY EVENING
Fairy Play by the Scholars of the
Ocala High School
On Thursday evening at the Tem Temple
ple Temple theater, the department of ex expression
pression expression of the Ocala graded and
high school will give an entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. The admission price will be 10
and 20 cents and the net proceeds
will be used in paying the expenses
incident to commencement. The en entertainment
tertainment entertainment will consist of a spec spectacular
tacular spectacular fairy play entitled "Land of
Night." It will be interspersed with
music and drills. A more detailed
account of the entertainment will be
given in Monday's Star.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Methodist
(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Preaching.
2:30 p. m. Junior League.
3:30 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
All cordially invited. Strangers
always welcome.
Episcopal
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Morning prayer, litany
and sermon.
7:30 p. m. Evening prayer
short talk on the prayer book.
and
East Broadway Church
Disciples of Christ
(Roy B. Bowers, Minister)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Dr. Ii. T. Weaver, superintendent.
11 a. m. Sermon.
Theme, "Bearing One's Own Cross."
7:45 p. m. Scenes from Genesis
illustrated with stereopticon glides.
WEBSTER
Webster, May 19. Miss Ireae
Gates, one of South Lake Weir's pop
ular young ladies, i3 the guest of her
sister, Mrs. C. E. Brown of this place.
Miss Gates has made many visits to
our town and they are always looked
forward to with much pleasure. Mrs.
Charles Tompson entertained at her
beautiful home Thursday night and
Miss Vivian Huber gave a reception
at her home Friday afternoon, both in
honor of Miss Gates and they were
both smart affairs as all the ladies
seemed to look their best .and there
were some elaborate toilettes among
them too numerous to mention and
beside your correspondent to de describe.
scribe. describe. Suffice is to say we welcome
Miss Irene to our town and hope her
stay will be a lengthy one.
Buy your drugs from Ge rig's. Qual
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FRENCH II
(Associated
London, May 22. It is becoming
more and more apparent that the
battle of Central Galicia between the
Russians and Austro-Germans is of
far-reaching importance. The main
struggle is being carried on along the
river San north of Przemysl. The
Austro-Germans are making slower
progress than heretofore, but Petro Petro-grad
grad Petro-grad dispatches admit they retain
the advantage.
FRENCH STOPPED A GERMAN
ATTACK
On the western frontier, Paris re reports
ports reports the French have stopped a
strong German attack north of
Ypres and driven the invaders from
the slopes of Lorette, giving the al allies
lies allies full possession of that salient
position.
SAILING VESSEL SUNK
BY A
The British sailing vessel Glen Glen-holm
holm Glen-holm was sunk by a German sub submarine
marine submarine off the Irish coast yesterday.
The Glenholm's crew was saved.
SOME ITALIANS WERE
ON THE SHIP
American Flags Waved by Enthus Enthusiasts
iasts Enthusiasts for War in Italy
(Special to the Star)
Rome, May 22 Crowds are throng thronging
ing thronging the streets tonight, waving Unit United
ed United States flags and shouting, "the vic victims
tims victims of the Lusitania shall be aveng avenged."
ed." avenged." J. B. EPPERSON
The subject of this sketch was born
in Cobb county, Ga in 1856, and died
in Jacksonville on Monday of this
week, at the Rogers hospital, where
he was taken on Wednesday of last
week. He had been sick for six
weeks, and tho his case was consider considered
ed considered hopeless during the first few
weeks, he had made so much improve improvement
ment improvement that two weeks ago he was con considered
sidered considered in a fair way to recovery.
Taken suddenly worse last week,
he was removed on Wednesday to
Jacksonville on the advice of Dr. Rog Rogers,
ers, Rogers, accompanied by his wife, his
daughter, Miss Clara, his son Craig
and Dr. J. M. Willis of WUliston.
Developing a case of pneumonia a
few days after his arrival he grew
rapidly worse, passing away at 7:30
p. m.
Mr. Epperson came to Florida
when a boy of seven, with hi3 father,
Ira J. Epperson, settling near the
present site of WUliston where he has
since lived.
Following wise business methods,
including a disposition to serve the
public iri every possible way, he
grew with the town, always in the
lead in every forward movement, and
occupied at the time of his death a
prominent place in more lines of pub public
lic public and private enterprise than any
other man of the community. In ad addition
dition addition to other lines of work, he was
a prominent stockholder in the WU
liston Manufacturing Company and
the Citizens Bank, the latter of which
he was president.'
Affable and accommodating in all
his intercourse, with the poor as well
as the rich, standing shoulder to
shoulder with his faithful wife in the
work of the church, foremost in ev every
ery every measure for civic improvement, a
special friend to the farmer, a devot
ed husband and kind, father, he is
mourned not only by a circle of rela
tives and friends but by all living
within the sphere of his activities.
Besides his wife, he leaves two
daughters. Misses Clara and Lois,
and six sons, Ralph, Don, William,
Craig, Alfred and Gordon.
W. F. King.
Williston, May 19, 1915.
Jf yoa want to rent a house, get a
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S. C. VJIEETIIIG
John M. Martin Camp Elects .Dele .Delegates
gates .Delegates to the Reunion at
Richmond
The meeting of John M. Martin
Camp, S. C. V at the Courthouse
Friday night was not largely attend attended,
ed, attended, but all the business on hand was
thoroughly and expeditiously trans transacted.
acted. transacted. Commander Ferguson pre presided
sided presided and Adjutant Gary kept the re record.
cord. record. Color Sergeant Mcintosh brought
to the meeting and proudly displayed
the camp flag the blue cross with its
white stars on the red ground a
faithful copy of the battle flags 'that
so many thousands followed to the
death half a century ago.
The beauty Jof the banner was en enhanced
hanced enhanced by two broai streamers cf
silk, on -which were handorjely cm- -broidered
the name and location of
the cnp. These streamers were the
gift of Mrs. Albert Bird spy, daugh daughter
ter daughter cf the honored Colonel Jno. M.
Martin, for whom the camp was nam-'
cJ.
A tfb;;-am was received from Ad Adjutant
jutant Adjutant General Forrest, acknowledg acknowledging
ing acknowledging funds sent by the camp. It is not
out of place to say that much is yet
owing from the camp, and its mem members
bers members should pay their dues at once.
Applications of three new mem members,
bers, members, A. O. Harriss, II. A. Waterman
and R. A. Burford, were received.
The following were elected dele delegates
gates delegates to the reunion: D. E. Mclver, D.
Niel Ferguson, W. T. Gary, J. H. Ben Benjamin,
jamin, Benjamin, Ocala; A. W. Walkup, Mcin Mcintosh;
tosh; Mcintosh; E. D. Rou, Reddick.
The following committees were ap appointed:
pointed: appointed: On Applications: Jno. L. Edwards,
E. L. Carney, D. E. Mclver.
On Membership: W. W. Harriss,
H. D. Stokes, L. R. Chazal, J. D. Mc McDonald.
Donald. McDonald. On Relief: E. Van Hood, E. L.
Wartmann, A. C. Walkup, E. D. Rou,
Nathan Mayo.
A vote of thanks was passed to
Mrs. Birdsey for the streamers for
the flag.
The camp donated $12X0 to the
monument to the Women of the Con
federacy.
All business being transacted, the
camp adjourned to the next regular
meeting, Friday evening, Jane 18.
CANDLXTR
Candler, May 19. Mrs. Lottie Al
len and daughters, Misses Anna and
Juanita, return to their home in Tril
by today, after a pleasant ten days'
visit to Capt, W. H. DeLong and
other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathews and
little son are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Mathews.
Mrs. C. Tillis' infant daughter is
quite ilL
Mothers Day was observed in the
Methodist church Sunday morning.
Special music was rendered by the
young men's quartet, Messrs. Thomas
Gjllespie, Ben Belcher, Arlie Belcher
and Earl Marshall. A very pretty
litreary program was rendered, under
the management of Mrs. Gillerpie.
The pastor, Rev. McDonald delivered
an appropriate address.
Rev. and Mrs. E- G. McKinley go
to St. Petersburg this week for an in indefinite
definite indefinite stay.
Rev. Staats has moved his house household
hold household effects from Ocala and with his
family is occupying the manse.
SEE 'I fir; FA RSI on the 0rr
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fiesh vegetx ;les, milk End eggs, tf
For plumbing and electrical vcr
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PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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They are already shipping peaches
from South Georgia to the northern
markets.
There seems to be forming in Brit Britain
ain Britain an opinion that Kitchener has
been over-estimated.
Senator Fletcher is visiting Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, and has been extended the
privilege of the floor by both houses
of the legislature.
The historic American cruiser
Olympia is visiting Atlantic ports,
and is at present in Savannah harbor.
If she doesn't draw too much water,
she should come to Jacksonville.
Ex-Senator Bailey's break in the
Riggs case the other day shows he
has not reformed since he left Con
gress. But a court isn't as easy to
bully as the United States Senate.
General Scott, chief of j-tafT of the
American army, believes that we
could raise and train an army of half
a million men in six months. But we
might be half whipped in that time.
Better have at least a quarter of a
million ready to commence on.
Chairman Walsh of the industrial
relations committee may sincerely
believe he is the champion of the op
pressed, but it seems to the Star he
is doing the cause more harm than
good.
The Orlando Reporter-Star speaks
of the unsettled troubles between
Virginia and West Virginia as an ar
gument against the division of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. The Virginias divided as an act
of war, and against the will of the
larger portion. If Florida ever di divides,
vides, divides, it will be because the people
decide to do so, and they will settle
all their difficulties before they sep
arate.
The- Ocala Star says the bullet
which crashed through a car window
near R. L. West, narrowly missing
his head, probably came from a gun
fired by accident and not intentional
ly. Perhaps the man behind the gun
didn't know 'twas etc. St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Independent.
At any rate, it didn't make any dif difference
ference difference to the man before the gun.
St. Petersburg dairymen have
made a reduction in the price of milk
to ten cents a quart for the summer
months, as they are over-supplied
with milk and food is cheaper in the
summer months; no town in Florida
should be paying more than ten
cents a quart for milk. Miami Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis. Forty years ago, in Georgia, we
used to take a can-full to town, three
miles over a mountain road, and
think we were doing big business if
we raked in 25 cents a gallon.
The Ocala Star, replying to a sup supposed
posed supposed inquiry, says that if the state
should be divided it would be proper
to call the southern section Florida
and let the upper half take some other
name. "There is more wire grass than
flowers in the northern section of the
state," declares the Star (which
knows better, but merely' decided to
be sarcastic). Times-Union Short
Talks.
Son, we'll bet you all the money
we have against all you have that
there IS more wiregrass than flow flowers
ers flowers in the northern part of the state,
and you can pick the man to hold
stakes.
The Tampa Elks are at the head
of a movement to aid victims of the
morphine habit to escape from its
clutches if they have any desire to
do so. The Elks will provide medi medical
cal medical treatment and food for these un unfortunates,
fortunates, unfortunates, and try to restore them
to health of mind and body. This is
practical Christianity, indeed, and is
in keeping with the charitable prac practices
tices practices of this and kindred organiza organizations,
tions, organizations, which do a world of good
deeds, without vaunting or ostenta ostentation.
tion. ostentation. Lakeland Telegram.
It is impossible for a man to go far
these days without meeting proof of
the good work of fraternal organiza organizations.
tions. organizations. If they keep on trying, they
will yet establish the brotherhood of
mankind.
Sheriff Baker of Palm Beach coun county,
ty, county, suspended by Governor Trammell
for alleged failure to do his duty in
connection with the case against the
beach club as a gaming house has
been upheld by the Senate. This is
plainly a case of politics. It is of gen general
eral general report that the beach club is a
gambling house which exists in flag flagrant
rant flagrant violation of the laws of F.lorida.
The officers in every county are
active in running down "nigger" crap
games and the like. The negroes are
haled before the courts and made to
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One year- in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance SO
fines. The big gambling house at
Palm Beach exists and flourishes
several months of every year with without
out without molestation. In the words of the
inimitable Goldberg, "It's all wrong,
Gabriella; it's all wrong." Orlando
Reporter-Star.
The Star would advise the gov governor,
ernor, governor, as soon as the sheriff allows
the club to resume gambling, to
suspend him and let him stay out of
office till another legislature meets.
Certain it is, that the Beach Club
couldn't defy the law if the sheriff
did his duty. No bunch of million
aires could run a gambling house in
Ocala.
AMERICA NO MEAN ENEMY
Says the Times-Union: "It is cyn cynically
ically cynically asked: 'What could the United
States do if Germany scorned her de demands?'
mands?' demands?' Well, a few American bat
tleships and twenty thousand Amer
ican troops could easily turn the tide
in the Dardanelles, but not even tnis
slight effort is necessary to make
America felt. England has endorsed
the bonds of her allies and halved the
interest demanded; let Uncle Sam
add his signature and those war war-bonds
bonds war-bonds would become the best invest investment
ment investment within reach of capital even at
a small interest in this way the en enemies
emies enemies of Germany would be furnish
ed the sinews of war that she must
soon lack. The war factories of the
United States are now busy the
Cymric has just sailed from New
York with a cargo of guns and. am ammunition
munition ammunition for England in full confi confidence
dence confidence that she will escape the fate
of the Lusitania, but with no Ameri Americans
cans Americans among her passengers there is
not yet an effective blockade. If the
United States declared war all the
German ships interned here would be
confiscated the millions deposited
by the German government to pay
for supplies purchased here would
become the property of our govern government;
ment; government; would there be no penalty ex exacted
acted exacted if Germany refused to heed
when Uncle Sam claimed his rights?"
The Toronto, Canada, Mai 1 and
Empire is another paper that under understands
stands understands something of America's vast
strength. It says: "It is not safe to
infer that because the United States
has a small military organiaztion it
would be unable to put forces in the
field. If the war were, to last only a
few more months, that aid to the Al Allies
lies Allies Would indeed be impossible and
quite unnecessary. But presuming
the war to last beyond 1915, the Unit
ed States could, if the authorities
wished, arm and train quite a formid
able body of men. There need be no
misconception as to that.
"The Civil War found both North
and South unorganized in a military
way. Up to October, 1863, when vol voluntary
untary voluntary enlistment practically ceased
in the North, 1,332,000 went into the
ranks. The South got 750,000 vol
unteers. Then the Conscription Acts
came into force, and the South ob
tained 1,100,000 men, and the North
a total of 1,500,000 from the various
states by levy. The grand total ob
tained by President Lincoln was 2,
898,000, including re-enlistments,
and 2,250,000 without. On both sides
there were 2,000,000 recruits who
volunteered. The Spanish War, tho
but a minor campaign, affords an
other instance of how quickly the
United States could, on necessity, or organize
ganize organize military forces. If Canada
within six weeks of war could organ
ize and equip 33,000 men for the
front, and within seven months have
nearly 100,000 more or less ready,
what could the United States, with
its immense resources of men, mater
ial and money, not do in equal time?
By the end of the year the United
States could, if it wished, have an
army of a million in Europe."
With a cargo of 16,541 guage bar
rels of rosin, the Swedish steamship
Lisa, cleared for Norwegian ports
from Pensacola Monday. The rosin
on board the Lisa was valued at $59, $59,-085
085 $59,-085 and was the largest shipment of
naval stores to be made from Pen
sacola in several months. Miami Me
tropolis.
All that rosin is on its way to Ger Germany,
many, Germany, and one of Johnny Bull's
cruisers is laying for the Lisa right
now.
We infer now from Powell's state statements
ments statements that the Associated Press gets
its news bodily from his paper, and
gives it to its members the day after
he publishes it. Lakeland Telegram.
Aw, let- Powell alone; he gets out
one of the liveliest rags in the U. S.,
and so long as his readers like his
news service its nobody elses kick.
Mr. C. C. Martin of Tampa, one of
the largest phosphate dealers in the
state who has many friends in Mar Marion
ion Marion county, was operated on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at the Gordon Keller hospital for
appendicitis.

EXERCISES AT CITRA
FRIDAY EVENING

The most important event of the
season in Citra was the school clos closing
ing closing exercises at the new school
building last evening, and the town
showed its appreciation of. its im importance
portance importance by turning out in great
numbers to witness it.
Mr. Ed. L. Wartmann, one of the
community's most public spirited
men and member of the state board
of control, was master of ceremonies.
The splendid program rendered
was planned and worked out by Prof.
Farr, the popular principal of the
school, assisted by the other teachers,
and was as follows:
Invocation.
Song, "Well Stand by the Flag"
School.
Essay, "Universal Peace" Nellie
Harrison.
Solo, "A Moonlight Song" (Cad (Cad-man)
man) (Cad-man) "The Song of Spring" (Haw (Haw-ley)
ley) (Haw-ley) Miss Louise Borland.
Essay, "The Reformation" Annie
Kunze.
Annual address Dr. Jas. M. Farr.
Solo, "I Hear You Calling Me" J.
G. Robertson.
Essay, "A Story of the New School
Building" Ethel Crosby.
Presentation of Diplomas Supt. J.
II. Brinson.
Song, "Among the Golden Grain"
School.
Benediction.
The graduates for the term were
Misses Nellie Harrison, Annie Kunze
and Ethel Crosby.
A resolution of thanks was adopt adopted
ed adopted by the citizens thanking the coun county
ty county school board for their work in
assisting the district to secure the
splendid new school building which
has just been completed and officially
accepted by the board at- its last
meeting.
It is a brick structure of the most
modern construction. The citizens
are especially proud of the large au
ditorium in the building which seats
about 400 people and will be available
for civic gatherings of the town. Its
cost was "about $11,000. The menv
bers of the local board are Messrs,
W. J. Crosby, C. W. Driver and R. S.
Shortridge.
FLORIDA
(Willis B. Powell)
They are coming from the deserts
of the dim and dusty East, where to
raise a stunted turnip is the proposal
of a feast, where the farms are made
of gravel, and they plow with dyna dynamite,
mite, dynamite, where the festive chattel mort mortgage
gage mortgage sings its dirges day and night;
they are coming in their wagons, they
are coming on the train, they are com coming
ing coming from the regions where they
struggled long in vain; they are com coming
ing coming from the cabin, they are com
ing from the hall; they are coming to
old Florida where there's plenty for
them all.
Where you needn't dig potatoes
with a sabre or a dirk, where, when
rain is badly needed, then the rain
gets in its work; where the rivers
moan and murmur on their journey to
the sea, where the breezes tackle corn
stalks, big as fence posts, on the lea,
where the savage lately wandered in
his search for human hair, where his
hoarse and howling war cry floated
on the summer air; where a hundred
braves would answer to the chief chieftain's
tain's chieftain's battle call, they are coming to
old Florida, where there's plenty for
them all.
Where the savage used to wander,
building shell mounds in the air, now
the grower takes his products to the
nearest county fair, and the orange's
daily growing where the greasy wig wigwam
wam wigwam stood, where he burned the wail wailing
ing wailing captive, now the poultry scratch
for food; and the people who are com coming
ing coming to this pleasantest of climes,
show a happy knack of keeping with
the progress of the times; they will
find a country beaming from the fall fall-time
time fall-time to the spring, when they land up
in old Florida, where there's plenty
for them all.
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
ever 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-
ians.
The East Broadway church has been
experimenting 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.
Century and McKinley music 10c. at
The Murray Company. 20-3t.
Dresses 98 cents at Fishel's. tf
Fishel wants your trade.
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BAD POLICY

To Regulate the Observance of Sun Sunday
day Sunday by Legislation
A bill i3 pending before a commit committee
tee committee at Tallahassee to regulate by leg legislation,
islation, legislation, the observance of Sunday.
The bill proposes the closing of "the "theatres,
atres, "theatres, movie and commercialized
places of amusements." Ministers all
over the state have been asked by the
friends of the bill to urge, in every
possible way, the passage of the bill.
Request is made that articles be writ written
ten written in the local papers in favor of the
bilL
It is to be hoped, however, that not
many ministers will be found in the
state who take such a perverted posi position
tion position with respect to the moral issues
of Christianity as to favor such a bill
as this. To begin with the state has
no business meddling in religious af affairs.
fairs. affairs. Religion is an individual prop prop-osotion.
osotion. prop-osotion. No body of men have any
right to legislate upon questions
purely religious. The time was when
such was done; let us hope that day
is forever gone. Protestantism pro professes
fesses professes to stand for the separation of
church and state. Let it so stand.
Besides this, the religion of Jesus
is diametrically opposed to the rigid
observance of "Holy Days," "Feasts,"
"Masses," "Fasts," etc., ad nauseam.
On this particular question Jesus had
occasion to give much offense to the
Pharisees. He took advantage of the
opportunity to say that "Man(kind)
was not made for the Sabbath; but
the Sabbath for man (kind". He best
honors Jesus and the kingdom of
which he was founder who employs
the Sunday as a servant of humanity.
The only sin Jesus knew was that
sin that injured his fellows, or him himself,
self, himself, in some way. The Sunday should
be used to aid man.
Moreover, the church has no moral
right to make use of class legislation
to compel attendance upon its ser services.
vices. services. If it cannot propogate itself
upon an ethical basis, then it had best
fall. The church "must needs be its
own best interpreter." The saloon
has the same right as the church to
ask the state to pass legislation m its
favor; neither have the right.
The church will be much better off
when it considers itself a servant' of
humanity, and a brother to mankind.
If amusements add much in the end
to the betterment of mankind, then
Sunday is a good day for amuse amusements.
ments. amusements. If this bill is to curtail a moral. evil
then all good citizens should urge its
passage. If amusements lower the
citizenship of a nation, they should be
prohibited by law. But no state has
a moral right to pass a law that has
for its main purpose the enforcement
of the creed of any religious sect.
Why not prohibit these things on
Saturday, since all good Jews and
many others keep-this day sacred? It
is high time the church stand up like
men and demand a hearing for itself
because it has something to say, and
stop crawling before the law-makers
to gain favors for itself. Here is
praying for an ethical basis for the
church which claims to represent the
ethical Jesus, by an ardent believer in
His religion and in Him, but an en enemy
emy enemy to the union of church and
state. Disciple.
In speaking of Mr. Walter Hawkins
closing his fruit emporium in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, the Times-Union says that
one June 1 Mr. Hawkins will go to
his farm on the eastern shore of
Maryland, where he raises tobacco,
wheat and corn. Mr. Hawkins expects
to return to Florida next October and
resume business at his old stand.
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a fall line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
Special bargains at Fishel's. tf
SHEET MUSICl If its published,
we have it or can get for you. LAT LAT-TNER'S
TNER'S LAT-TNER'S Piano SCbre. 4-21-tf.
Pictures framed well and quickly at
The Murray Company. 20-3t.
Do you use real up-to-the-minute
stationery? Our initial and plain cor correspondence
respondence correspondence cards are this kind. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
Louisville Slugger bats, and Reach
balls at The Murray Company. 20-3t.
New hats at Fishel's.
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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.
Ocala Gas Company
PHONE 61

Now Is the Time
When you have money deposit it with us, then
when you need additional money we can let you
have it. Ask our customers if we do not take care
of them when money is scarce.
Now is the time to open an account and estab establish
lish establish credit for the future. We invite you to write
or call.

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Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
II. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
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WOOD
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For Good Wood
BIG Load lor $1. :
Your Order will have
immediate Attention.
J. L, SMOAK
At Smoak'a Wgon Shop.
L. ALEXANDER
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CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
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Go to Church Message Twentieth Century
Method of Awakening Religious Fervor

GO TO CHURCH!
In the brief tin that the GO TO CHURCH move movement
ment movement lia leen so widely heralded throughout the country
there ha Ihimi a bi increase in the attendance at churches. Clergy Clergymen
men Clergymen declare that RKL1GIOX NEVER" WAS II:AI. All that it
needed was nn awakening. AND IT HAS AWAKENED.
Rut there are thousands todav who have not vet heeded the
CO TO CHURCH' call. It ia to those that this appeal is directed.
I)n you le!ieve ina Supreme Being? If you do. is he not worthy
nf worship? No matter how derelict you have been in the past,
the hurcli awaits vou. If you haven't been to church in a decade
all the more reason that you GO TO CHURCH now.
AS A MATTER OF FACT THERE NEVER WAS A TIME WHEN
PEOPLE HAD FORGOTTEN CHURCH. IN LATTER DAYS THERE
HAS DEEN A WAVE OF MATERIALISM AND UNGODLINESS. BUT
RELIGION ONLY REQUIRED AN AWAKENING CRY. THE GO TO
CHURCH MOVEMENT IS AS A PRAIRIE FIRE. IN EVERY VIL VILLAGE.
LAGE. VILLAGE. HAMLET. TOWN AND CITY THE CRY HAS BEEN TAKEN
UP. THIS GO TO CHURCH MESSAGE IS A TWENTIETH CEN CENTURY
TURY CENTURY METHOD OF AWAKENING RELIGIOUS FERVOR. IT IS
SUCCEEDING.
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Do 3'our part in this splendid movement. When vou rend this
ak vour neighbor if he lias read it. KEEP BOOSTING. Some
people .-av that GOING TO CHURCH IS GETTING TO HE
A FAD "NOWADAYS. If that is bo there are soma fad worth
while," after all. When one considers that all that the churches
ask is a brief time every Sunday morning it is hard to conceive
how any one can refrain from performing this plain duty.
GO TO CHURCH next Sunday!
GO TO CHURCH the following Sunday!
GO TO CHURCH every Sunday!

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Edith Story, Ned Finley and S. Rankin Drew.
"WHEN FATHER INTERFERED"
Lubin Comedy, featuring Arthur Johnson and Lottie Eris Eris-cade.
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Thought for the Day
Give us to awake with smile?, give
us to labor smiling. As the sun
lightens the world so let our lovinc
kindness make bright this house of
our habitation. Stevenson.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Walden of
Tampa will arrive in Ocala tomorrow
to spend a portion of their honeymoon
with Mrs. Walden's brother-in-law,
Mr. E. II. Martin and wife. They will
come from Eustis.
Mrs. J. T. Park of Tampa, who
visited Mrs. E. L. Carney in this city
last winter, will conclude Monday a
visit to her nephew, Governor Tram Tram-mell
mell Tram-mell and wife in Tallahassee, leaving
for Opelika, Ala., to visit Mr. and
Mrs. Griffin Park.
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Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Kyle and Mr. R.
B. Kyle after a few days stay in the
city, left Thursday in their car for
Gadsden, Ala., their home. They

were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs

to spend June visiting relatives and
friends. They have not completed
their plans for the remainder of the
summer.
Miss Annie Sharp of this city, who
is a member of the Washington Sem Seminary
inary Seminary faculty, Atlanta, is spending
the week-end at Tallulah Falls, Ga.
Next week Miss Sharp will go to
Alexandria Bay, N. Y., to spend the
summer with her sister, Mrs. C. F.
Benjamin.
The seniors were guests last eve evening
ning evening of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bennett
at the Temple. The courtesy was a
compliment to Mr. John Batts, who
proved an efficient assistant t Mr.
Bennett last summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Goin, Mrs. C. L. Bittinger,
Misses Adele Bittinger and Helen
Brown will go to Lake "Weir next
Saturday to spend a week, having
rented one of the Connor cottages.

William Hocker, who on their arrival; Ae men win come up eacn morning
in Gadsden, will leave for Mt. Ccmens, ;to attend to business.
Mich., to spend several weeks. j

i Ms s Isabel Mays, tne capable pnn-
c , ,r T f-Jcipal of the Dunnellon public school.
Senator and Mrs. W. M. Igou, Miss ;

Wj i I a I vmi unH 1 o c t ot I nrri n I I o 1

. f t i ill m iiuui tr i in liic iiiziiJi v in

rive m Ucala this altemoon trcm , .

Eustis to spend the night with the j ourf "eignbonng city, wui spena sev-

former's brother, Mr. S. W. Igou and;""1. u" u...f

family. Tomorrow they will leave in j

their car for Tallahassee to remain

until after the legislature adjourns.!

Miss Igou was graduated last night!

from the Eustis high school.

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Deposit your income at this bank and pay it out by check, thus you will
make a written record of all your money transactions which may be referred
to months afterwards. We are able and willing to supply you with loans to
the extent of conservative banking.
Your account is invited.

The Ocala National Baek

MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK of ATLANTA, GA
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ORANGE SPRINGS

leaving then for Chicago to continue

;her studies at the university.

Mrs. II. II. McCreary of Gaines

ville nrJflnt nf Tvirbv Rmith rVi n n-

ter, and vice president of the Florida "umjne UJ

Division, U. D. C, has been appoint appointed
ed appointed matron of honor for the Third

At the request of Mrs. B. T. Per-

jdue, chairman of the animal protec

tion committee of the Woman's Club,
the ministers of the various churches
in the city will observe tomorrow as

Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carter leave to-

r i ...v t v. ...:n

Florida Brigade, S. C V to the re-L1""11?" . V. I-i Vr r

union to be held in Richmond. Other 'T "l l

representatives of the brigade will be aends tne meeting or the bouth bouth-Miss
Miss bouth-Miss Susie Lee Walton of Palatka.i eastern Bakers Association.

sponsor; Miss Lucia Harman, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Miss Rubye Thrasher, Mic Mic-anopy,
anopy, Mic-anopy, maids of honor.

Miss Annie Davis came up today

from Lake Weir to remain until

school closes with the three young

daughters of Mr. and Mrs. William

Hocker during the absence of thei

parents in Michigan. At the close of

school the Misses Hocker will go to
Leesburg to visit their uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Motj.

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UNCLASSIFIED ADS

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

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 or tear. Call and see
It do the woi k. T.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main SC

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Nature and science combine to make it so. Everr precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re
suit in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of nurs. Let u
have your custom we deserve it.

cala Ice Packing Co,

JAMES COLEMAN

ED MATnEWS

M. D. JONES

OCALA PUBLIC GARAGE
Now Open and Completely Equipped and Solicits Your Business
We guarantee all vork befo re it leaves the shop. James Coleman
will repair your motor cars in first class shape.
Our Ed Mathews is the best general blacksmith in the city. All
blacksmith work, wagon and buggy repairing, horse shoeing, etc.,
etc., quickly done and fully warranted.
Call and -see us. We do our own work, very light expenses, and
can give you cheaper prices than others.
. South Second Street West
(Second store west of Metropolitan Bank Building)
OCALA - FLORIDA

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Mrs. B. A. Weathers and Miss
Janet Weathers leave early Monday
for New York and Massachusetts, to
remain until middle summer visiting:
relatives and friends.
Miss Meta Jewett returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a visit of ten days to Mrs.
W. S. Graham in Tampa.
Mrs. II. B. Clarkson has recovered
from her recent short but severe ill illness.
ness. illness.
Mr. Gary Beck, who is soon to
graduate from the University of Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee in electrical engineering, was
one of seven seniors visiting Nash Nashville
ville Nashville recently in the interest of class
work.
Miss Sarah Pearl Martin, who con concluded
cluded concluded this week her junior year at

Washington Seminary, Atlanta, is
the guest until the last of the month
of Miss Mildred Woodward at College

t-L- Mice T.f oT-tin Mrill remain nvr

to be present at the graduation of
her brother, W. M. Martin from the

G. M. A. on May 28.

Mrs. Jean K. Austin will go to

Tampa Monday to visit Mrs. John

Wall for -a week. On the first Mrs.

Austin and Miss Jean Austin will

eave for the west to remain until

August, during which time they will
travel extensively, attending the ex

positions and Visiting points of inter interest.
est. interest. They will then visit friends in

Boston, Washington and other cities,
returning to Ocala to spend the winter.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rentz and baby

of Wauchula were arrivals at the De-

Soto last night. They are planning

to move to Tampa in the near future.

-Tampa Times.
Miss May Hall and her guest, Miss

Mabel Meffert of Ocala, have gone to
Tarpon Springs for a brief visit with

Miss Starr Cheney. They will return S

Friday afternoon. Miss Meffert, whoj

has been the honor guest at a number

of social functions, will leave the lat latter
ter latter part of the week for her home.
St. Petersburg Times.
Mrs. C. B. Mallard went to Ocala
last night to spend a few days with
her aunt, Mrs. J. Y. Purvis. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun.

Mrs. E. A. Hickson of Micanopy

FOR RENT Tnree unfurnished
rooms two blocks from courthouse;
light3 and water furnished; bath
connected; rales reasonable. Call
phone 509. 4-tf

FOR RENT Furnitned rooms; with
modern conveniences; centrally lo

cated, three blocks from court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 323

East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf

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

ROOMS AND BOARD Large

rooms with board at special sum

mer rates.. Mrs. M. E.' Ervin, at

Carlton House. 19-lmo.

FOR SALE 25,000 sweet potato
slips at $1.50 per thousand. C. Y.
Miller, Ocala, Fla., 104 Tenth

street.

5-10-tf

FOR SALE A rubber tired surry in

perfect condition, good as new. E.

M. Howard, Ocala, Fla. 14-12t

Orange Springs, May 19. The
good rains of last week helped the
farms and gardens of this neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood very much. We also had a good
rain Tuesday of this week. On the
Oklawaha river near here there was a
considerable storm on Tuesday.
Wednesday of last week the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club gave a picnic which was
enjoyed by a good crowd, even tho
the rain interrupted some of the fun.
A bunch of men and boys in the
morning Axed up the big white sul

phur spiing by putting in a good dam
and thereby enlarging and deeping,
the basin. We need more public;
spirited citizens who will take pride ;
enough in our town to help beautify

and improve it. The chief asset of

Orange Spring is its fine water. The'

Dig wnite sulphur spring is tine orinK-

ng water and its large basin makes
i, delightful swimming pool. Then 1

there is a small spring which fur

nishes excellent drinWng .water of
white sulphur and magnesia.

Mrs. Fudge of Atlanta visited New-

on Wimberly.last week. Mrs. Fudge:

was a Miss Hewey and her childhood;

da3 were spent here. Her father at!

one time owned a very large hotel

Here, lnat was in tne days beiore

the war, when Orange Springs was
the great summer resort of this section.

Last Friday night Prof. Larson en

tertained informally a number of his

friends. Much good music and danc

ing were enjoyed by the guests.

Mr. J. W. Ford and wife have a

new baby at their home.

Rev. Mr. Roland will begin a series'

of revival services at thi3 place next

Monday night, May 24th. The pre-;
siding elder for this district will be
with the congregation on that night.

He may remain for several days.

Quarterly conference for this

charge will meet at the Methodist
church in thi3 place Monday night.

May 24th. The people of the com community
munity community are invited to attend services
on that date. Service begins at 7:30

p. m.

The Carlton House under new man

agement has taken on a new name.

It is known now as Homeplace Hotel.
Being a big roomy building whose

manager aims to make it a home in

reality for the traveler, this name is

well suited to the place.

Mrs. Manson and daughter leave

here tomorrow for their home in the

north. This is the third winter they

have spent in Orange Springs.

Mr. Salvason is taking from his

incubator a fine hatch of pure bred
Ancona chickens. Our farmers are

more and more realizing the value of

pure bred fowls, stock, cattle and

hogs.

Some of our progressive truckers

are shipping beans from this point.

(Correspondent will please use a

pen or a black pencil. This letter was

almost too dim to read. Editor)

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

dress 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

dance of milk. Address, "Owner,"

311 North Magnolia street. 20-Ct

FOR SALE A 12-acre farm with

seven-room house and large barn

both new and well finished. Garden

truck of all kinds well started. Is a
splendid location for a chicken

ranch with a flowing spring of wa water
ter water on place; close to station, near

Ocala. Address. "Owner," 311 N

Magnolia St., Ocala. 20:Ct

Everybody trades at Fishel's. tf

77ex tfne 7Jjtygood fish in 7

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THIS PICTURE IS ABOUT ALL YOU NEED TO
MAKE YOU QUIT WORK AND GO AFTER THE
"SPECKLED BEAUTIES" YOURSELF.
ISN'T IT?
WE'VE COT THE KIND OF TACKLE THAT
WILL LAND THE FISH THAT TACKLE IT.
IS PELTtING ,N ARD WARB-nP
MARION HARDWARE- COMPANY

PHONE 118,

OCALA, FLA.'

Heddon's Dowairjlc Minnows
King Fisher Rods
Shakespeare's Level
Winding Heels, Etc

We carry the best of everything in theline of
Fishing Taclile and Sporting Goods
Our prices are reasonable. WHY PAY BIORE 7
OCALA LOAN AND PAWN OFFICE

U. GOLDMAN

Proprietor

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KOOM AND BATH FOIt A DOLLAIl

OCALA, FLORIDA
ENTIRELY REMODELED
RATESI3&- 75c to S1.50 NO UIG0ER
Dining Room with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the House
HLIXTUIU KLEVATOU SCRVICH MIOXF.S IX ALL, ROOM 4
LOUIS N. LONG, Prop.
The only Hotel on the Square

ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR

wii.i. im thi nriir:

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FOP. 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 modem "conveniences.
Address Mrs. O. T. Green, Ocala,
Fla., or call phone 383. tf

FOR SALF, One Medal incubator,
120 egg capacity; cost $13, for $5.

is. J. T. Ettv. 314 Dauehertv street.

visiting her sister, Mrs. T. M. Moore,
who has been ill for several weeks.
Mis3 Frances Tarver is at'Fort Mc

Coy for a short visit, accompanying;

her sister, Mrs. Cook home yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. After a successful school year, Phi
Sigma College closed yesterday. Prof,
and Mrs. G. C. Looney, who are at
the head of the college and Mrs.
Looney's daughter, Miss Eunice El Ellis,
lis, Ellis, will leave next week for Atlanta

Ocala, Fla.

18-4t

FOR RENT No. 315 N. Orange St.,
four rooms, $8 per month; also No.

323, N. Orange St four rooms,
electric lights, $10 per month; both
newly papered and painted. W. C.
Blanchard, Agent. 18-12t
LOST A silver medal, engraved on
one side Declamatory, L. T. L. The
finder with be rewarded by leaving
same at this office or with Mrs. G.
D. Washburn. 21-Ct

Ocala

Bolllinn Works

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Embalmer

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E. C. Jordan & Co.
Fumitur and
I; Undertakers

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

219 WEST BROADWAY

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Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling

PHOBIE 296

Packing and 8 to ring;
Shipping of Freight.
Furniture, Piano
and Safe.
Baggage Scrric
the Best.

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BIlAVin: BOARD
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling In
Quality or Price
IN VESICATE.

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

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OCALA EYENLNG STAB, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1915'

OCALA OCCURENCES I

Trade at Fishel's.
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Men's pants at Fishel's.
Ladies' waists at Fishel's.
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Vulcanizing. All work guaranteed.
Blalock Bros., 107 Oklawaha Ave. lm
Mr. J. A. Waters of Electra is a
Saturday visitor in Ocala.
Mr. Fred Cubberly of Gainesville i3
among the prominent Floridians reg registered
istered registered at the Harrington today.
Mr. B. Fruchtman of Palatka is the
guest of his brother, Mr. Morris
Fruchtman at the Harrington Hall.
W. K. Lane, 31. D., "Pnyslelan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
ami Throat., law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.
Judge W. E. Smith today issued a
marriage license to Mr. Raymond
Dennis and Mrs. Bessie Templeton,
both of Boardman.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
'with more than one registered phar pharmacist.
macist. pharmacist. 4-27-tf
Messrs. E. C. McLeod and Purdy
Boone, two patients of the hospital
who have recently undergone opera operations,
tions, operations, are doing well today.
Call and examine our 50 cents a
pound box of chocolates. The box is
plain but the chocolates are high high-grade.
grade. high-grade. Troxler's. 4-tf
The baseball boys are expecting
two lively games next week. -Waldo
wiH-seek revenge Wednesday, and
Dunnellon is expected here for a
game Thursday.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
The Temple has a specially good
bill for Saturday night. The Pathe
News is due, and there will be a fine,
3-reei Vitagraph ; feature, "O'Garry
of the Mounted Rifles." Beside, there
will be a clever Lubin comic. Don't
forget the great 7-reel feature, "The
Life of Our Savior," Monday evening.
Our fountain sodas and ice cream
are the BEST made and our service
is Al. Try them. The Court Phar Pharmacy,
macy, Pharmacy, tf
Capt. A. V. Hamill, the affable con conductor
ductor conductor on the A. C. L's. Wilcox-Gainesville-Ocala
train, is off duty
for a short time, during. which he will
go to Mt. Dora to be with his family,
they having gone to that pretty town
some time ago for a visit Xo rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Conductor HamilFs place is
being filled by Capt. J. H. Marsh Marsh-burn,
burn, Marsh-burn, another of the A. C. L.'s. cour courteous
teous courteous conductors. Gainesville Sun.
Photographer Johnson has finished
two pictures, taken of the graduating
class of the high school. He did a
good job of it, the -grouping being
well arranged and all the pictures
taking clearly. The Star would ad advise
vise advise all friends of the young people
to secure copies of one orithe other
of the groups from Mr. Johnson.
Either is a picture worth preserving.
One of the groups is on exhibition in
the Star window, and a copy of the
other has been sent to Atlanta, to be
engraved.
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
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HOW SOLDIERS LIVE AND FIGHT
IN THE TRENCHES
London, March 30.- -When it rains
The cold is always of the damp, pene penetrating,
trating, penetrating, dreadful kind that chills to the
very marrow. Hot food is served three
times a day to the men in the trenches
by other soldiers, who scurry like rab rabbits
bits rabbits through long uncovered tunnels
running back from the works conceal concealing
ing concealing the guns.
These men in the trenches must
have good food in order that they can
have good blood, and if they have good
blood, they, have good courage, they
keep warm'because their circulation is
good and their extremities are warm
from exercise. Many men are inval invalided,
ided, invalided, however, because their, blood and
their stomach were not right to with withstand
stand withstand the awful hardships of this win
ter campaign.
When you do not properly digest
your food your blood becomes thin and
every organ of the body soon feels the
effect. .The result is headaches,
sleeplessness, nervouseness and many
other symptoms due to accumulation
of poisons m the body. Unless the
stomach is given aid at this stage
more serious illnesses follow. Now is
the time to take Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery (in tablet or liquid
form.) It has the same power to set
you right as it has been proved to have
m thousands of other cases. It will
help your stomach so that the food you
eat will nourish and sustain you and
make good reviving blood. It will en
able you to get rid of the waste a slug-
1 1? 1 1
gisn iiver ana irregular Dowels nave
permitted to accumulated in your sys system.
tem. system. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery
covery Discovery is composed of known native
healing remedial roots and herbs with
no alcohol nor narcotic drugs to give
you harmful habits. It can now be
obtained in tablet or liquid form from
dealers, or send 50 stamps for box of
tablets.
Adress: Dr. Pierce, Invalid's Hotel,
Buffalo, N. Adv. 1.

WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov
ernment.
May 1 ...
May 2
Max. Min- R. F.

.88 G4
.93 C2
.89 C2 .r
.87 CO
.85 71
.92 58
.94 C8
.80 72
.80 CG 2.18
.83 77
.78 G8 .32
.82 GO .76
.80 C2
.94 G4
.93 70
.94 78
.88 G8
.69 88
.87 C9 ..
.82 71

May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
May
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7
8
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10
12
13
14
May 1C
Local Forecast
Generally fair tonight and Sunday.
BURBANK
Burbank, May 19. Miss E. Pearl
Fenton gave a party Thursday eve evening
ning evening to the "Big Four" club. All
kinds of crames were played. Miss
Mary Lou Turner won first prize.
while Miss Ruth Hubbard won the
booby prize. At a late hour refresh
ments were served, then all departed
for their homes saying they had
spent a delightful evening with the
lovely young hostess. Those present
were Mrs. V. II. Turner, Mrs. W.
Worst, Misses Mary Lou Turner,
Ruth and Blanche Hubbard and
Messrs. Homer Graham, Herbert,
Clarence and Raymond Turner.
Miss E. Pearl Fenton, who leaves
Saturday for her home in Philadel
phia, is being charmingly entertained
by her many friends.
Mr. liomer Graham- entertained a
number of his friends at a spend the
day party Sunday at his home, in
honor of Miss' E. P. Fenton. -who
leaves soon for her home in Philadel
phia. A bountiful dinner was served
at the noon hour by his mother, Mrs.
Mary Graham, which was thoroughly
enjoyed by all present. The afternoon
was spent in taking pictures. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. George
Graham, Mrs. Worst, Misse3 Pearl
Fenton, Mary Lou Turner, Blanche
and Ruth Hubbard and Messrs. Homer
Graham, Clarence and Herbert Tur
ner.
Misses Blanche and Ruth Hubbard,
assisted by their mother, Mrs. M. D.
L. Graham, entertained in honor of
Miss E. P. Fenton Tuesday evening
Dancing and many games were en
joyed during the evening. A prize
was given the one guessing the most
conundrums. Raymond Turner won
first and Homer Graham the booby
prize. The parlor wa's beautifully
decorated for the occasion with rib ribbon
bon ribbon grass, roses and oleanders." At a
late hour they repaired to the dining
room which was beautifully decorat decorated
ed decorated with honeysuckle. Refreshments
were served consisting of cake and
banana sherbet. Just before the
guests departed Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
L. Graham announced the engage engagement
ment engagement of their daughter Blanche G.
Hubbard,- to Mr. Harry J. Overall,
the date of the wedding to be an announced
nounced announced later. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. L. Graham, Mrs,
Worst, Mrs. V. II. Turner, Misses
Mary Lou Turner, E. Pearl Fenton,
Ruth and Blanche Hubbard and
Messrs. Homer Graham, Will Mc Mc-Ansh,
Ansh, Mc-Ansh, Herbert, Clarence and Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Turner.
Mr. T. II. Langworthy is in Tampa
looking after business affairs.
Mr. W. C. Bogue shipped twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five bushels of Irish potatoes to Ocala
last week. Those making large crops
of this staple are Messrs. George Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, M. D. L. Graham, S. Messick
and Stanley Chambers.
Mr. Dave Chambers has an onion
crop hard to beat in this state.
Mr. George Lee is shipping. a fine
lot of cukes this week.
Messrs. W. A. Jones, V. II. Turner
and M. D. L. Graham have a fine lot
of green beans which are ready for
the market.
Rexall Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
HERE AT HOME
Ocala Citizens Gladly Testify and
' Confidently Recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills
It is testimony like the- following
that has placed Doan's Kidney Pills
so far above competitors. WTien peo
ple right here at home raise their
Voice in praise there is no room left
for doubt. Read the public state statement
ment statement of an Ocala citizen:
C. C. French, carpenter, 103 W.
Sanchez St., Ocala. says: Doan's
Kidney Pills did me more good than
anything else I ever used. I had
been having attacks of backache and
trouble with my kidneys for some
time. It made me feel miserable and
run down in health. As soon as I
used Doan's Kidney Pills, I got re
lief and I have relied on the remedy
ever since."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. French had. Foster Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo N. Y. Ad.3

Kill Sill IK
(Continued from Third Page)

Woman's Club Chairmen for the En Ensuing
suing Ensuing Year
At the meeting of the newly elect elected
ed elected officers of the Woman's Club held
yesterday afternoon at the club
house the following chairmen for
standing committees were appointed
to serve for the ensuing year:
Art Mrs. F. H. Rogers.
Animal Protection Mrs. Geo. T.
Maughs.
Custodian Mrs. Maud Home.
Civics Mrs. C. W. Hunter.
Campfire Girls Mrs. Wm. Hocker.
Culture Department Mrs. E. Van
Hood.
Health Mrs. E. G. Peek. I
Junior Civic League Mrs. J. C.
Caldwell.
Music Mrs. D. E. Mclver.
Social Mrs. L. M. Murray.
Social Service Mrs. E. A. O shorn.
Physical Culture Miss Mary Con
nor.
Forestry Mrs. L. H. von Engel-
ken.
The chairmen of the educational
and household economics committees
are yet to be named. The chairman
with the officers and ex-presidents,
will constitute the executive board.
Miss Abson Entertained
Honoring Miss Elizabeth Abson of
Hackensack, N. J., who is being so
charmingly entertained on her first
visit to her former home, Mr. John
Tarver was the host last evening to a
lovely dinner, his guests including
the honoree's hostesses, Misses Theo
and Gladys Wallis, Messrs. George
Davis and Olaf Zewadski.
The table at vhich covers were
laid for six, was most attractive in
its pretty appointments. White roses
centered the table and the place
cards were adorned with pink rose
buds, hand painted by the sister of
the host, Miss Frances Tarver. White
oleaader blooms completed the dec
orations of the dining room.
Dinner was served shortly after 6
o'clock and the affair proved one of
the loveliest yet given for Miss Ab
son.
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle took her
sections of the Gth and 7th grades on
a picnic to Silver Springs today. As
sisting her in her duties of chaperone
were Mrs. J. G. Glass and Mrs. Leit-
ner. Mayor Robertson went with the
party and acted as engineer for the
boat. Another of the school grades
spending the day picnicking was the
8th, taught by Miss Elizabeth Mi Mi-zelle,
zelle, Mi-zelle, which went to Lake Weir. These
annual picnics during the last month
of school are the happiest pleasures
of the school life.
Mrs. Marcus Frank and two little
daughters, Dorothy and Ruth, leave
tomorrow for Savannah, where they
will visit relatives f or several weeks,
after which they will go to Waynes Waynes-ville,
ville, Waynes-ville, N. C, for the summer. ....
Mrs. J. M. Luckie who recently
moved to the Kyle & Young planta plantation
tion plantation east of the Oklawaha river, is in
the city visiting relatives.
m m m
Miss Alice Bullock will go to Lake
Weir on the evening train to be the
guest of Mrs. Charles Rheinauer
over Sunday.
Cards were received this morning
from Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Taylor,
mailed in San Diego, Cal. They had
seen Mrs. Norman Kirk, formerly
Miss Sue Anderson of this city and
had concluded a trip to Santa Cata Cata-lina
lina Cata-lina Island.
Mrs. E. T. Helvenston, two child children
ren children and maid will leave the first of
June for Writsville Beach, N. C, to
spend four months. Mrs. Helvenstorf
has leased a cottage and during the
summer will have as her guests sev several
eral several cousins and her sister, Mrs. W. D.
Turnley of Ft. Meade.
Miss Kathleen Spencer is the
guest until the close of school of Miss
Elizabeth Davis, leaving then for
Montreat, N. C, to join her mother,
Mrs. J. A. Spencer.
Mrs. Albert Birdsey is expected
here next week from her home in
Forsyth, Ga., to visit her relatives
and friends, and particularly to see
her brother, Mr. Waldo Martin, a pa patient
tient patient in the hospital who has been
quite sick for some time, but who is
now holding his own.
A marriage license has been issued
for Mr. John T.. Felts and Miss Edna
Miller. Mr. Felts is the biggest, and
one of the best and most popular
policemen Ocala ever had, and Miss
Miller is the very pretty daughter of
Mr. W. R. Miller, a sturdy Marion
farmer who lives a few miles north of
Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ray and
children of Martel were in the city
todayon their way to Linden. N. C
where they will spend the summer at
their mountain home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Payne were in
town yesterday and went on to Wild Wild-wood,
wood, Wild-wood, Mrs. Payne's home. They have
been for some time in Taylor county,
where Mr. Payne has been with the
Hendry Abstract Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley James of Ya Ya-laha,
laha, Ya-laha, Mrs. James' sister. Miss Mar
garet Mcllvaine'and Mr. Harry Bar-
cus of Palatka, passed thru town to-

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(Special to the Star)
Paris, May 22, 8 p. m. A dispatch
from Rome says the general mobil mobilization
ization mobilization of all Italian troops was de
creed this afternoon.
day in Mr. Barcus auto, on their way
from Tavares to Palatka. Mr. Bar Barcus
cus Barcus has a big lumber business near
Tavares, and makes the trip between
that place and Palatka every week or
so. Mr. and Mrs. James and Miss
Mcllvaine went with him to see their
relatives in Palatka. They will re
turn next week.
Mrs. C. L. West and little son re
turned today from a week's visit with
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brigance at Mic Mic-anopy.
anopy. Mic-anopy. Mr. Robert Davis arrived from Or-
lado today and will spend a few
days with his brother, Mr. Wallace
Davis.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, May 19. The
McDonald packing house is running
this week and they are putting up
grapefruit, oranges and lemons, all
from Rev. E. C Albertson's grove.
Mr. Albert son has been shipping lem
ons for the past three years and they
are nice ones, too.
Mrs. E. Pence left here Monday
for her home in Illinois.
Mr. A. P. Blake and daughter, Mrs.
Hope left Thursday for their home in
Revere, Mass.
Rev. E. a Albertson and wife will
leave Thursday of this week for an
extended tour through the west, going
first to Iowa and then to Kansas and
visit their old home in Sedwick before
they return in the fall. We wish for
them a safe trip and a speedy return.
The schedule of the S. A. L. train
has been changed and it comes in
here in the afternoon instead of in the
morning as it has been doing.
Messrs. Charles Gates and Fred
Perrin were visitors to Summerfield
Tuesday of this week, and both re report
port report the road to be heavy sand most
all the way. Now if we could have
the road so long promised between
here and there, our people would like
to drive over there often, but owing to
the road it is too hard on the horses.
Miss Florence Schnitzler entertain
ed a few friends at her home Monday
evening and all had a splash in the
lake in the cool of the evening and
report the water just fine.
Miss Gertrude Bickley was a caller
on Mrs. Gates and Mrs. Fred Perrin
Tuesday afternoon.
' The Athletic Club had a social at
the Lakeside Friday evening, all
members being present, me young
folks are taking hold and trying to
make things more lively around here.
Now it is up to us older ones to help
them and encourage them all we can.
The club members are laying out a
tennis court Fh the park at Weirsdale
and they will make other improve improvements
ments improvements in due time. We wish the club
success.
WHOOPING COUGn
"When my daughter had whooping
cough she coughed so hard at one time
that she had hemorrhage of the lungs.
I was terribly alarmed about her con condition.
dition. condition. Seeing; Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy so highly recommended, I got
her a bottle and it relieved the cough
at once. Before she had finished two
bottles of this remedy she was entire entirely
ly entirely well," writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes..
Crooksville, Ohio. Obtainable every everywhere
where everywhere Adv.

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Opens JUNE 1st for f he Summer
Attractive Rates given for June.

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GENERAL ROSEBOROUGH WILL USE THIS TRAIN
Tickets good on all regular trains, on sale MAY 29 to JUNE 2.. Return
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Jacksonville, Fla.

SPINELESS CACTUS
Fruit and forage slabs for sale
cheap next fall. Buy from me and
you will get the rapid growing var variety.
iety. variety. Some cactus are poor growers.
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Ocala, Fla. 5-18-t

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"On account of my confinement in
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tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
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writes H. C Bailey, editor Carolina
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McDuff, Va. "I suffered for sevejaJ
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(his place, "with sick headache, and
stomach trouble.
Ten years ago a friend told me fo trj
Thedford's Black-Draught, which 1 did,
and 1 found it to be the best family medi medicine
cine medicine for young and old.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all the
lime now, and when my children fee! a
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does them more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick sickness
ness sickness in our family, since we commenced
using Black-Draught."
Thedford's Black-Draught Is purely
vegetable, and has been found to regu regulate
late regulate weak stomachs, aid digestion, re relieve
lieve relieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similar
symptoms.'
It has been in constant use for more
than 70 years, and has benefited more
than a million people.
Your druggist sells and recommends
Black-Draught. Price only 25c. Get a
Gackage to-day. N. G 123
Stewart,
Owner and Manager
J. BOISSEAU, C. T. A.
Ocala, Fla.

NOTICE
Notice is tiereby gnren that on the
7th day f June. 1915. the undersigned
will apply to the Honorable Park
TrammelL gOTernor of the mate of
Florida, at hi office In Tallahassee,
for a charter for an Incorporation, not
for prortt to known as the Lake
Weir Citrus Grower Association, upon
the following article of Incorporation.
WALTEH It. LEfcL
K. IL CAMP.
MAYNAIU) PRAT.
A ItT I CL.F1S OF INCORPORATION OF
THE UKK WKIR CITRUS GROW GROW-KKS
KKS GROW-KKS ASSOCIATION
Know all men by these presents, that
we. the undersigned citrus prow era ot
the state f Florida, hare this day as associated
sociated associated (HirKWea together for the pur purpose
pose purpose f firming a horticultural cor corporation,
poration, corporation, tinder the laws f the state
f Florida, as a non-prortt association,
upon the following? articles of Incor Incorporation,
poration, Incorporation, to-wlt:
Article 1. The name of this corpora corporation
tion corporation Is the Lake Weir Citrus Growers
Association.
Art 2. There shall be no capital
rtock of said corporation, but the same
is organized as a horticultural ascia ascia-tion,
tion, ascia-tion, nut lor profit, under the laws of
the state of Florida, and the purpose
for which it i organized are. to pro provide
vide provide a means or agency through Itself
or other cooperative associations, fot
the picking, packing and market in f
citrus fruits and other ajrricultural
products of its members, and to pro pro-Tide
Tide pro-Tide an agrency through itself or othes
for the purpoee of dealing In all kinds
of merchandise, supplies or appliance
that may be tiecesaary. ueeful, or con convenient
venient convenient to its members in the cultiva cultivation,
tion, cultivation, production and shipping- and mar marketing
keting marketing of their products, and for mich
purposes may buy. own. sell and
Ueal In all kinds of real end per per-txmtl
txmtl per-txmtl property. and ehall liave

the power to borrow money and mort mortgage
gage mortgage Its property to secure the pay payment
ment payment of same.
Art S. The principal place f busi business
ness business f sold association Is to be in
Kastlake. in the county of .Marion,
stale of Florida. The annual metlnsr
of the members of this association
fhall be field at said place n the first
Tuesday In May of each and every
year, at which place its directors khall
be elected.
Art. 4. The term for which this cor corporation
poration corporation shall exHt 4s fifty years from
the date f the issuance of its letters
patent.
Art. 5. That any person who is a
bona fide citrus fruit grower in the
state of Florida may become a mnber
of this association, upon beinjr elected
to membership by the board of direct directors.
ors. directors. Art. 6. That the votinjr power and
the property interests of each and ev every
ery every member of this association shall be
equaL
Art. 7. The business anJ affairs f
this corporation whall be transacted by
a board of directors and a president
and vice-precident : said president and
vice-president shall alo be the presi president
dent president and vice-president of said board
of directors, and each of them shnil at
the time of flUinsr tald office be a mem member
ber member of this association and a director
in the same; and this association shall
also rtave a secretary and treasurer,
both of which fflces may be filled by by-one
one by-one and the same person. The number
of directors f this association Khali be
three: but the said association, without
amendment of Its charter, may at any
time, by a two-thirds vote f Its direct directors,
ors, directors, increase Its directorate, and may.
at any time after so Increasing the
same, by a similar vote of its board f
directors, decrease Its directorate as
said directors shall see fit: but at To
time shall the number f said directors
be Increased to a greater number than
nine, nor decreased to a less number
than three.
That the names and residence of
the officers and directors of this asso association
ciation association who are to conduct the business
until their uccesors are elected and
qualified are:
Names Residences
Walter IL Lee. president. Kastlake. Fla.
K. II. Camp. V ice-F res,. Oklawaha. Fla.
Maynard Pray, Sec-Trea.
Kastlake. Fla.
IN W'lTNKSS "WHEREOF, each of
said incorporators and members f
this association nas nereunto affixed
his hand and seal, on ithls, the 28th day
of April. 1S15.
WALTER R, LEE. f.eal.
Kastlake, Florida.
TL IT. CAMP, teai).
Oklawaha, Florida.
MAYNARD PRAY. (Seal).
Eastiake, Florida.
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
IJefore me. the undersicmed author authority,
ity, authority, lwrsonally appeared Walter R. Iee.
K. II. Camp and Mayn-ard Pray. wno
belnj duly sworn, each by himself,
says that he s-ubscribed his name to
the above proposed charter of the
Iake Weir Citrus Growers Association,
for the uses and purposes therein men mention
tion mention ed.
WALTER 11. LEE.
E. IT. CAMP.
MAYNARD PRAY.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 28ti day of April. 1915.
CFeal) Z. C. CIIAMTJLTSS.
Notary Public.
My commission expires June 12. 191C.
5-l-sat-&wkyfrl
xotich
Notice is -hereby friren that on the
7th day of June. 1915. the undersigned
will apply to the Honorable Park
Trammell. governor of the- state of
Florida, at his office in Tallahassee,
for a charter for an incorporation, not
for profit, to be known as the Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh Citrus Growers Association, upon
the following articles of Incorporation.
IL OAITSK1LU
W. M. GIST.
IV. R. BliOWN.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF
THE McINTOSII CITRUS GROW GROWERS
ERS GROWERS ASSOCIATION
Know all men by the-se presents, that
we, the undersSsmed citrus k rowers of
the state of Florida, have this day as associated
sociated associated ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of forming a horticultural cor cor-noration.
noration. cor-noration. under the laws of the state
of Florida, as a non-profit association,
upon the following articles of incor incorporation,
poration, incorporation, to-wlt:
Article 1. The name of this corpora corporation
tion corporation is the Mclntosrh Citrus Grower!
Association.
Art 2. There shall be rvo capital
Mock f said corporation, but the same
Is organized as a irtlcultural associa association,
tion, association, not for profit, under the laws f
the tatc of Florida, and the purposes
for which it is organized are. to pro provide
vide provide a means or agency through Itself
or other cooperative associations, for
the lacking, packing and marketing
citrus fruits end other agricultural
products f its members, and to pro provide
vide provide an agency through itself or others,
for the purpo of dealing in all kinds
of merchandise, supplies or appllancei
that may be necessary, useful, or con convenient
venient convenient to its members in the cultiva cultivation,
tion, cultivation, production and shipping and mar marketing
keting marketing of their products, and for such
purposes may buy, own. sell and
deal In all kinds of real and per personal
sonal personal property. and vhall tiave
the power to borrow money and mort mortgage
gage mortgage its property to secure the pay payment
ment payment of
Art 3. The principal pi are of busi business
ness business of suld association Is to be In
Mcintosh, in the county of Marion,
stale ol Florida. The annual meetings
of the memtx-rs of this association
shall be -held at ald place on the fimt
Tueiiday in May of each and every
year, at which place Ita directors shall
Art. 4. The term for which this cor corporation
poration corporation shall exist is fifty -years from
he date f the issuance of its letters
patent.
Art. 5. That any person who Is r
turn a fide citrus fruit grower in the
state f Florida may become a member
f this association, upon being elected
to membership by the board of direct directors.
ors. directors. Art. That the voting power and
the property Interests of each and ev-
ry member of this association shall be
enuaL
Art. 7. The bms!ners and affairs of
this corporation s-hall be transacted by
a -board f directors and a president
and vice-president: said president and
vice-president ehall also be the presi president
dent president and vice-president of said board
of directors, and each of them shall at
the time of filling said office be a mem member
ber member f this association and a director
in the eeime; and this association shall
also shave a secretary and treasurer.
loth of whJch offices may be filled by
one and the name prrson. The number
of directors of this association Khali be
three: but the said association, without
amendment f its charter, may at any
time, by a two-third vote of its direct directors,
ors, directors, increase its directorate, and may,
at any time after so lncreafng th
fame. by a similar vote of Its board of
d I r-. t rs. d crease its directorate1 as
saiJ directors shall see fit: but at rto
time hall the number of said directors
be Increased to a greater number than

IV.
re-'. I
viAncrrw ana erectors or this
elation who are to conduct th-
nI,,!-th1tir "ti,fcor ar elect c-1 end.
rualfled are:
Names 7l : rs
R II GaitskJIl. pr-!3ent. Mir.t Hi.
M- "!t Mce-ITes., iicir. to.-Fix.
U. IL I.rown. Sec-Trea.. .:cmt.. i Flo.
IN W1TNK&J WlU-KKon VLh f
incorporators
ir.is association has hereur.io a
fl re J
w nani an eeaL on this, t,-ir ;s,;
Cay
AprU. 15 li.
& II. GAITSKTLI s- ),
Mclnttb. l ; ,,'
:a.
Y. iL tJIST. Seal-
McInxon. Flvr'ii-i.
W. R BROUN. (Hii.
,; .Mcintosh. Florida.
KT.'Ti: OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
Before me. tt;e un J-rsijrned ar.':, ,r ,r-Ity.
Ity. ,r-Ity. personally a r peered v If. ; -t ; ; .c
kill. V. M. GiM and W. IL Drtwn. n-
being duly sworn, each by hi:n-tif.
says that tie subscribed his name to
the above proposed charter i.f tte
Mcintosh Citrus Growt-rs Asoc5at lcn.
for the uses and purposes therein men mentioned.
tioned. mentioned. S. IL GAITSKILL.
w. m: gist.
W. TL BROWN.
Subscribed
this 21 tii day
kal)
and sworn to before
of April, -191 5.
me.
Z. C. t'i! AMCLISS.
Notsrjr a-uDls.-.
My commission expires "June 12. 1&1S.
S-l-sat-&wkyfri
IX THE CIRCriT COURT OF THE
Fifth Jsdlrlal CIrcalt mt the Mate
f Fls-rtda, la mm& tmr Marlea Coun County
ty County la Cfcsaeery.
John IL Taylor and John II. Taylor.
Doing Business as Ocala Manufac Manufacturing
turing Manufacturing Company, Complainant, vs.
Peter Bogardus. et ml.. Defendants.
Suit to Quiet Title.
It sppearing from the affidavit and
the sworn bill of the complainant In
the above styled cause that he btliere
that there are persons interested in the
property involved in such suit other
than the known defendants, whoie
naratu are unknown to him. the
said complainant therein praying for
relief against such unknown defenJ defenJ-ants.
ants. defenJ-ants. it is therefore ordered that all
parties claiming an interest in the fol following
lowing following described properly, situate In
Marion county, Florida, u-wltr
NH'of ne'i of nU sec 22, .tp 16 s.
r 25 e;
Com at n w corner or ne'i of a v ;
of sej 23, tp J s, r 2J e. east ) ft, s
264 ft. e ICi ft, s 312 ft. w HSi ft. n
60S ft:
Com 606 ft s of nw corner of r '
of nw H f sec 23 tp 16 s r Zi e. 1U05
ft. 42i ft. w 1005 ft. n 423 ft to p o b;
KeU of eU. sec 24 tp 16. r 23 e;
r.Vt of seH. sec 21. tp 16 s. r Zi e;
Ne&, sec 2. tp 17 s. r 24 e;
of seU of swU, sec 2, tp 17 s,
r21 e;
e4 of seU. sec 22, tp 16 s. r 24 e;
SeU of sw4; swVi of seU. sec 22, tp
16 s. r 24 e;
Sw' of seV west of river, sec 23.
tp 16 s, r 24 e:
SwU of nw',i, sec 26. t- 16 s, r 24 e;
Sw i4 sec 26. tp 16 s. r 24 e;
NeVi. sec 29. tp 16 s. r 24 e;
Com S.82 chs s of ne corner of rw'i
of seVi. of sec 21. tp 16 s. r 24 e. w 1)
oh, s 7.87 chs, e 20 chs.' n 7.87 chs;
Je1 of hwU. sec St. tp 16 s. r 24 e;
S V of ne4 of sw',4,sec 3 4. tp 16
r 24 e:
NwU of se'i. sec 33. tpl6r24e;
Nw4 of sw. sec 12. tp 17 s. r 24 e;
Com at ne corner of se i of nr'i of
sec 14. tp 17 s. r 24 e. s 120 rods, w 0
rod, s 10 rods, w 32 rods, s 1.6 roi.
w 22.88 rods, it 51.68 rods, e 54 88 rois.
n 15 rods, e C8H rods, n 25 rods, e 1
rods, n 2 degrees, e 56.75 rods, e 13 3-1
rods to p o b;
Com at se corner of ne'i of sw1; ot
sec 14. tp 17-s. r 24 e. .w 40 chs. n 29
chs. e, 28 chs. s 12.92 rhs. e 5.72 chs.
n 42 links, e 8 chs. n 2.50 ch, e 20 ohs,
s 10 chs to p o b:
Com 13 3-8 rods e of tw. corner of
se or nw4 or sec I f tp 17 s, r z e,
southeasterly to center of seU of nw'i,
northeasterly to pt 13 3-S roi w ot
northeast corner of se U f rrw U w
53 1-8 rods to p o b;
NU of nw'i, sec 14, tp 17 s r-24 e;
Nw4 of ne'i, ec 14. tp 17 s. r 24 e;
Wi of sw'i. of sw4 of neU. c 14,
tp 17 s r 24 e;
Se4 of ne-i: e'i of sw!i of r.e'i, e-;
14. tp 17 s. r 24 e;
iw ; of sw'4, sec 14, tp 17 s. r 24 e;
W of nwV. sec 14, tp 17 tf. t 24 e;
Ne'i of neVi. sec 14. tp 17 s, r 21 e;
Nw'.i of nw'i. sec 28. tp 17 s. r 25 e:
Seii of ne'4. sec 29. tp 17 s. r 2S e;
are required to appear to the bill of
complaint filed against them on or be before
fore before the
Ttk Day mt Jmr, A. D. 1615
the same being a rule day; that this
order shall be published once each week
for twelve consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaoer pub published
lished published in the county of Marion, state of
Florida.
WITNESS the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Judge of the said court and P. II.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof, ot
Ooala. Marlon county. Florida, this the
121 h day of .March. A. D. 191 5.
CL Ot. Seal) P. IL NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court. Mar!n County.
Florida. By L E. Goddard, D. C.
U W. DUVAL. 3-13-a.t
Solicitor for Compla'nar.t.
NOTICE
Of Application for Pardon
Notice la hereby pnven that the
undersigned, -who at the spring term,
A. D. li12, 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 raid board for a full
and complete pardon from the said
offense.
17-10t J. W. Fort.
TEACHERS EXAMINATION
Notce is hereby given that the re re-ualr
ualr re-ualr teachers Examination 'will be
held in Ocala beginning- on Tuesday,
June 8, 1915. The regular fee of 1
will be charged at the beginning of
the work and applicants will provide
themselves with cap paper and writ writing
ing writing material., Very respectfully,
5-7-51 -sat J. II. Erinson, SupU
HOT WATER TANK TQJl SALE
A large, new, galvanized hot water
tank 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, thort.
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
On Saturday and Monday, 1 G
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. if
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