The Ocala evening star

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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL.21
OCALA, FLORIDA MONDAY, MAY 24, 1915
NO. 12
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MEDIATE CHANGE OF BATTLE LIHES' ON ALL FRONTS EXPECTED TO FOLLOW THIS RE-
HIFORCEMEIIT TO THE JLLIES

London, May 24. After having
been virtually in a state of war for
several days with Austria and Ger Germany,
many, Germany, Italy today has ratified that
condition by a. formal declaration of
hostilifies directed against Austro Austro-Hungary.
Hungary. Austro-Hungary. The general mobilization
of the Italian army and navy is said
to have been completed and a state
of war has been declared throughout
the, northern provinces of Italy.
AUSTRIA WILL TRY TO HOLD
ITS END UP
On the Austrian side of the line
martial law has been declared in
Trentino. The age limit of military
service has. l)een raised to fifty years
-and stringent measures have been
taken to control the Italian popula population
tion population of the dual monorchy.
GERMANS IN THE WEST MAY
RETREAT
,
Although not confirmed from any
official sources, reports are published
here that Germany, faced with Italy
as a new foe, will have to shorten
the western battle line, and conse consequently
quently consequently is preparing to withdraw
from the advanced line in Flanders.
The reported evacuation of Bruges is
said to be part of. that movement.
SUCCESS FOR RUSSIANS ALONG
THE SAN
The latest Russian official an announcement
nouncement announcement indicates a pause in the
Austro-German advance along the
San river, and claims the Russians
have adopted a counter offensive with
some success.
WAR DECLARED SUNDAY AFT AFTERNOON
ERNOON AFTERNOON .
Rome, May 24. Details concerning
Italy's declaration of war upon Aus Austria
tria Austria late yesterday have been given
out by Foreign Minister Sonnino at
a three-hour cabinet council. Diplo Diplomatic
matic Diplomatic relations between the Vatican
and the belligerents were also dis discussed.
cussed. discussed. Sonnino is said to believe
Germany will declare war as soon as
officially informed of Italy's action.
ITALY" WILL ACT WITH THE
ALLIES
The council didn't consider military
questions. They have been entrusted
entirely to the military staff, which
will work in harmony with the allies.
A rigid censorship has been estab established,
lished, established, similar to those of the other
belligerents. A war loan will proba probably
bly probably be floated soon.
GERMANY STANDS BY AUSTRIA
... London, May 24. The Exchange
Telegraph Company -says the .Wolff
Agency has announced that Germany
has : .declared war on Italy and re recalled
called recalled Prince von Buelow, German
ambassador at Rome.
BE CONSIDERED 1
FROM A GEORGIA BASIS
Statement of Grovernor-Elect Harris
in Regard to the .Case of
. Leo Frank
4 Macon, May 23. Governor-elect
Harris, after having read a large
number of letters asking "for clem clemency
ency clemency for Leo M. Frank, las night is issued
sued issued a statement which "said in part:
"You can just say for Nat Harris that
if" the matter is considered by him,
the entire outside world will not be
taken into consideration one bit, if I
am to consider the case I shall con consider
sider consider it altogether from a Georgia
basis, with the interests of Georgia
and Georgia persons at heart."
Mr. Harris succee'ds Governor Sla Sla-ton
ton Sla-ton on June 26th, and it is possible
that the state prison commission will
delay considering Frank's petition for
clemency until, then.
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. II. Christian. 14-lm

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ITALY
(Associated Tress)
AUSTRIA IDE
FIRST ATTACK
AEROPLANES ASSAILED ITAL ITALIAN
IAN ITALIAN COAST AND ARSENALS
(Associated Press)
Rome, May 24. The first blow was
struck today in the war between
Italy and Austria. An Italian official
announcement says that Austrian
Aeroplanes attacked the Italian ar arsenals
senals arsenals at Venice and also visited sev several
eral several other cities along the eastern
Italian coast.. The announcement
says the aeroplanes were driven off.
Except for clashed between frontier
patrons, no other fighting has yet
been reported.
WARSHIPS AIDED AIRSHIPS
Paris, "May 24. A Havas dispatch
says the Italian official announce announcement
ment announcement from Rome says that Austrian
warships aided the aeroplanes in
their attack on the cities of the
eastern Italian coast. All were driv driven
en driven off.
AIRSHIP ATTACKS ARE USELESS
Shower Futile Bombs on the French
City
(Associated Press)
Paris, May 24. Another German
aeroplane visited the northern out outskirts
skirts outskirts of Paris today and dropped
bombs. No one was injured.
W. C. T. U. MEETING
DEFERRED TO FRIDAY
On account of the meeting of the
W. C. T. U. institute at Kendrick to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, the Ocala W. C. T. U. will
not meet until Friday.
HUNDREDS FAINTED -.
FROM HUNGER
Misery Prevails Among the People of
the City of Mexico
Washington, May 23. Dispatches
telling of the famine and misery pre prevailing
vailing prevailing in Mexico City caused the
state department yesterday to direct
Consul General Silliman to take up
the matter with General Carranza,
who controls the railroads to the cap capital,
ital, capital, and to urgently request that fa facilities,
cilities, facilities, be provided for foodstuffs to
the starving people.
Rioting has occurred in the streets
of the capital, the chamber of depu deputies
ties deputies has been invaded by a hungry
mob and thousands have fought 'for
the food distributed by the authori authorities.
ties. authorities. Secretary Bryan said he had re received
ceived received a dispatch informing .him that
250 persons fainted when a crowd of
more than 8,000 gathered to receive
the corn distributed by the authori authorities
ties authorities and learned that there was not
enough to go around- In the struggle
the weaker ones were trampled under
foot.
It is admitted that the position of
Americans and other foreigners is at attended
tended attended with danger.
'FRANKLIN TERRACE"
Franklin, N. C.
First season opens June 1; new and
modern, commanding a splendid view;
large grounds, wide piazzas, excellent
service; privilege of sleeping porches.
Retrench your vacation expenses in
one of the most delightful resort
towns in the Blue Ridge. For par particulars
ticulars particulars address Mrs. Willis (former (formerly
ly (formerly of Crystal River Inn, Crystal Riv River,
er, River, Fla.) ...It

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DECLARE
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TURK A! TEUTON
ANNOUNCE IMPORTANT SUC SUCCESSES
CESSES SUCCESSES OVER THE ALLIES
(Associated Press)
Constantinople, May 24. An offi official
cial official announcement was made here to today
day today that the attack by the French
and .British yesterday on Turkish po positions
sitions positions at Seddul Bahr on the Galli Galli-poli
poli Galli-poli peninsula were repulsed. The
allies are said to have left 2000 dead
on the field.
SUNK A RUSSIAN SHIP
Berlin, May 24. The Overseas
News Agency today announced that
it had received a Bucharest dispatch
saying that the Russian armored
man-of-war Wintelsimon had been
sunk with 1,400 men in the Black
Sea.
It is believed the Bucharest dis dis-patch
patch dis-patch refers to the Russian battle battleship
ship battleship Panteleimon, as "no Wintleimon
is listed in naval registers.
EXCELLENT FEATURE AT
. TEMPLE THIS EVENING
The Temple will have this evening
the finest historical picture it proba probably
bly probably has ever had "The Life of Our
Savior," a seven-reel Pathe film, giv giving
ing giving the life of Christ from the an annunciation
nunciation annunciation to the ascension.
There have been several historical
pictures of the life of Christ shown
here, but none equal to this:
The feature is on all this afternoon
and evening. As it is unusually
lengthy, it is run on schedules, the
first beginning at 3:30, the second at
5:15, the third at 7 and the fourth at
8:45.
-The matinee' prices are 5 and 10
cents, and the evening prices are 15
and 25 cents. It is a picture that no
one should miss seeing.
NOTICE
' The members of the orchestra and
chorus of the commencement music
are requested to meet for rehearsal
Tuesday nighta the Baptist church at
8:15 o'clock.
A. E. Gerig, Director.
AMERICA AMONG
GERMANY'S ENEMIES
Berlin Rabble Wants to Whoop the
Kaiser Up to Battle
Berlin, May 23. The first organiz organized
ed organized demonstration against the United
States was held yesterday under the
auspices of the German Defense
Union. Resolutions were adopted pro protesting
testing protesting against Americans supplying
the Allies with arms and ammunition.
Councillor Wagner's statement thai
"we must count America among, our
enemies" was vociferously cheered.
Resolutions in support of mediation
for the demands made in the United
States' note were rejected.
BEST THING FOR
A BILIOUS ATTACK
"On account of my confinement in
the printing office I have -for year?
been a chronic" sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I had an attack that was so severe
that I was not able to go to the case
for two days. Failing to get any re relief
lief relief from any other treatment, I took
three of Chamberlain's Tablets and
the next day I felt like a new man,
writes II. C. Bailey, editor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Tell your physician, and tell him
plainly, to leave your prescriptions
where, they'll be filled as written no
substitution here. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. tf

AH

UPON

CITY COUNCIL ASKS SENATOR TERRELL TO PROTECT
RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE OF OCALA

The following resolutions were
passed by the city council at a special
meeting this morning, and at once
telegraphed to Senator Terrell:
Ocala, Fia., May 24, 1915.
The Honorable Glen Terrell, Senator,
Tallahassee, Florida.
Whereas, the "city council of the
city of Ocala has just been inform informed
ed informed of the passage by. the House of
House bills No. 829 and 830, number numbered
ed numbered in the Senate as Senate bills Nos.
540 and 541; and
Whereas, the city has art invest investment
ment investment of $5(3,000 in an electric plant
with outstanding bonds against it;
and
Whereas, said plant was purchased
by a vote of the taxpayers of the city
of Ocala; and
Whereas, there is" a large floating
negro vote in the city of Ocala that
pays no taxes which would under the
terms of the above laws'be entitled 'to
vote In favor of the city being com compelled
pelled compelled to give up its present invest investment;
ment; investment; and
, Whereas, if said bills are passed
they will work a great hardship upon
the taxpayers of the city of Ocala
who have made large investments in
an electric- light plant, relying upon
such plant "to repay such investment;
and
Whereas, such bills were introduced
purely to serve the personal interest
of certain private parties interested
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COMMITTEE OF TlfE LEGISLATURE SAYS ITS
BETTER THAU A CONVICT CAMP

Tampa, May 24. A special to the
Times from Tallahassee says:
Charging gross carelessness, negli negligence
gence negligence and mismanagement, as the
cause of the Marianna reform school
fire, in December last, resulting in
loss of eight lives; recommending that
a school for white boys be erected m
a more centrally located portion of
the state; recommending the board of
state institutions be given control of
state industrial schools and that the
law creating the board of managers
be amended so that the latter board
will be abolished, the legislative in investigating
vestigating investigating committee this morning
filed its report.
. The committee report was signed
by Chairman John W. Davis of St.
Johns, Mr. Hanley of Lafayette, Mr.
Bryan of Osceola, of the House, and
Senator Terrel, representing the Sen Senate.
ate. Senate. In addition, Chairman Davis
filed another report which he read
himself, and on which he spoke for
an hour, severely criticising recent
conditions at the .school. He was high
in his praise of J. C. Lanier of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, a member of the board of
managers under recent appointment,
because of the high esteem in which
he found the Jacksonville probation
officer held among the boys at the in institution.
stitution. institution.
NO COMPLETE RECORDS
The full committee report declares
the farm is operated at a loss to the
state and charges that no complete
record of expenses and yields arc
kept. The committee recommends a
change in the methods of handling thf
state's money at the institution, de declaring
claring declaring no other state funds are ex expended
pended expended in a like manner.
The report advocates separation cf
white and negro boys and the build building
ing building of an institution on the state land
in Bradford county or somewhere
else in the state.
IS A MENACE TO THE STATE
The committee report cites that
"as the school is now situated and
conducted it is scarcely more than a

in selling electricity to the city of
Ocala; and
Whereas, at an election recently
called and held in said city the vot voters
ers voters expressed themselves in favor of
addition to the present municipal
plant to the extent of $75,000 by vot voting
ing voting nearly two to one in favor of a
bond issue for that purpose; and
Whereas, the same private interest
that secured the introduction of the
above mentioned bills has forced the
city to great expense by litigating
said bond issue, said parties having
taken an appeal to the supreme court
from an order of the circuit court
validating said bonds; and
Whereas, the said city council was
not notified of the passage by the
House of said bill and has not been
given an opportunity to see said bills
until 10 a. m. this day; now therefore
be it unanimously
Resolved, by the city council of the
city of Ocala, at a 'special meeting
for this purpose called that the city
council of the city of Gcala hereby
unanimously places itself upon record
as being unalterably opposed to the
passage of said bills and hereby re respectfully
spectfully respectfully requests that they be defeated;-
Be it further resolved, that a copy
of this resolution be wired to Hon.
Glenn -Terrell and that he be and is
hereby requested to use every effort
to secure the defeat of said bills.
CITY COUNCIL OF OCALA,
By J. M. Meffert, President.

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convict camp and there is great dan danger
ger danger of the rtce turning out boys
fro mthis institution who will not be
improved, but will go immediately
back to criminal practices."
- No recommendations are made for
punishment as result of negligence or
mismanagement causing the fire are
made in-the reports. The reports
were spread upon the journal.
TOMATO GROWERS. ATTENTION
The writer has been reliably in informed
formed informed that Perry Edwards, a lover
and trainer of bird dogs, has been
using them with great success to
pick worms" from his tomato vines.
He says that one of the dogs, can
"worm" a row of tomatoes in half
the time that a man will do it and the
dogs find all of them. ; -
Perry has. a limited '. -number, of
these dogs now for -sale It would
be of great advantage .to "growers of
tomatoes to buy, some of this breed
of "dogs. They hunt quail in season
and put in time for their owners
when the season is closed.
Another Dog-On.
SPINELESS CACTUS
Fruit and forage slabs fcr sale
cheap next fall. Buy from me and
you will get the rapid growing var variety.
iety. variety. Some cactus are poor growers.
D. Gamble, 1135 S. Orange street.
Ocala, Fla.
-18-6t
NOTICE
Of Application for Pardon
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, who at the spring term,
A. D. 1912, of.the circuit court in and
for Marion county, -Florida, was con convicted
victed convicted and was sentenced at said
term of said court to be imprisoned
in the state prison for a term of 15
vears on a charge of manslaughter of
May A. Fort, will, at the June, 1915.
meeting of the Board of Pardons of
the state of Florida, at Tallahassee.
Florida, apply to said board for a full
and complete pardon from the said
offense.
17-10t J. W. Fort.

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EXPECTS THE AMERICANS TO SET ICE

WORLD J!

WAS LOUDLY APPLAUDED BY DELEGATES TO M-MMB
COilFEREIICE III VaSHIHGIQlI

(Associated Press)

Washington, May 24. President
Wilson, speaking at the opening of
the Pan-American financial confer conference
ence conference here today, expressed the hope
that the nations of the two Americas
might show the world the path to
peace. He was loudly applauded by
the delegates, who represent eighteen
South and Central American coun countries.
tries. countries. PRESBYTERIANS AGAINST
THE PROHIBITIONISTS
Opposes Liquor Traffic but Church
Should Keep Out of Politics
(Associated Press)
Newport News, Va., May 24. The
general assembly of the Southern
Presbyterian church today adopted
the partial, report of the committee
on bills and overtures, which sustain sustained
ed sustained "the protest of the Synod of Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia against the general assembly's
action last year in declaring in favor
of national prohibition. It was em emphasized,
phasized, emphasized, however, that the church
opposed the liquor traffic but that the
support of any political organization
would be a' violation of the church's
constitution.
AN AMERICAN FA.MILY
Father, Mother and Six Children
Went Down with the
'Lusitania
One short passage in the list of the
Lusitania dead, published by the Cun Cun-ard
ard Cun-ard Line, has especially tragic inter interest.
est. interest. It is that devoted to the Cromp Cromp-ton
ton Cromp-ton family of Philadelphia. Of nine
members, only one body was found
and identified, that of thirteen-year-old
Steven C romp ton. The rest of
the family group were Paul C romp romp-ton,
ton, romp-ton, father; Mrs. Crompton, Peter
Crompton, eight months and nurse,
Dorothy D. Allen; John David Cromp Crompton,
ton, Crompton, six years; 'Paul Romelly Cromp Crompton,
ton, Crompton, nine years; Alberta Crompton,
twelve years, and Catherine Cromp Crompton,
ton, Crompton, ten years. What satisfacjion it
must afford von Tirpitz and his en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic admirers that his sub submarine
marine submarine policy worked so magnificent magnificently
ly magnificently to the glory of German arms!
New York World.
.Messrs. Lay ton and Lane, pro proprietors
prietors proprietors of the Ocala Chero-Cola Bot Bottling
tling Bottling Co., have leased Mrs. Hickson's
large residence on Oklawaha avenue
and on the first of the month will oc occupy
cupy occupy same.. Their families will ar arrive
rive arrive from Georgia and will prove
valuable additions to Ocala society.
Both Mr. Lay ton and Mr. Lane have
made Kundreds of friends in thi3 sec section
tion section during the few month i they
have been here. -.
Mr. J. D. McCaskill, the contractor
who has been doing a lot of building
at Wildwood, returned home Satur Saturday
day Saturday night to spend Sunday in the
city. Mr. McCaskill will be through
down there is about ten days more.
Mr. McCackill'a. brother, Mr. C. L.
McCaskilL will come to Ocala the
first of June to reside in this city
and join forces with his brother in
the contracting business. Mr. Mc McCaskill
Caskill McCaskill resides in Thornton, Ark., and
the brothers have not seen each other
for almost 15 years.
All members of Fort King Camp
W. O. W, are preparing to "lake in
the Homosassa picnic on June 17th.
WHOOPING COUGH
"When my daughter had whocpinp
cough he 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 Ough
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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BESIEGED ARMENIANS IN VAN
SAVED FROM KURDS BY
31USCOVITE BAYONETS
(Associated Press)
Tiflis, May 24. Russian troops
have occupied Van, in Asiatic Tur Turkey,
key, Turkey, relieving the besieged Armen Armenians.
ians. Armenians. Van has been the scene of per persecution
secution persecution of the Armenians by Kurds
and Turks for months.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR REST AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT mree unfurnished
"rooms two blocks from courthouse;
lights and water furnished; bath
connected; rates reasonable. Call
. phone 509. 4-tf
FOR RENT Furnisned rooms; with
modern conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three blocks from .court .courthouse.
house. .courthouse. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 223
East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; abo for light
housekeeping. Inqrare at the Co--loniaL
7-tf
ROO.MS AND BOARD Larjre
rooms with board at special sun sunnier
nier sunnier rates.. Sirs. 21. E. Errin, at
Carlton House. 19-lrao.
FOR SALE 25,000 sweet potato
slips at $1.50 per thousand. C. Y.
Miller, Ocala, Fla., 104 Tenth
street. 5-10-tf
I LOST A large brooch with setting;
lost between Wenorsa street and the
postofTice. Reward will be given
for return of same to this office. Ct
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 well-Will
Will well-Will accept good horse and buggy
or diamond in part payment. Ad Address
dress Address P. O. Box 517, Ocala. 17-3-eod
WANTED Clean cottoq rags, fering
to this office.
FOR SALE A good, gentle horse
for driving or farm work; two fine
Jersey cows now giving an abun abundance
dance abundance of milk. Address, "Owner,"
311 North Magnolia street. 20-Ct
FOR SALE A 12-acre farm with
seven-room house and large barn,
both new and well finished. Garden
truck of all kind.-? well started. Is a
splendid location for a chicken
ranch with a flowing spring of wa water
ter water on place; close to etatlon, near
Ocala. Address, "Owner," 311 N.
Magnolia St Ocala. .20-Ct
FOR RENT Large rell located resi residence
dence residence property on, Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, new occupied by P. V. Leaven Leaven-good,
good, Leaven-good, two blocks from A. C L. rail railroad.
road. railroad. All modern "conveniences.
Address Mrs. O. T. Green, Ocala,
Fla., or call phone CS3. tf
FOR RENT No. 315 N. Orange SU,
four rooms, fS per month; also No.
323, N. Orange SU, fTur rooms,
electric lights, $10 per month; both
newly papered and painted. W, C.
Blanchard, Agent. lS-12t

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PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
B. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leaveiigood, Business Manager
3. H. Benjamin, Editor
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outclassed. In other word3, they
have more "git-up-and-git" than other
parts of Florida. We don't think
visitors will obtain as good an idea
of the state as if they came down
thru its center, with excursions to the
the west; but they will see some love lovely
ly lovely country, all the same, and any anything
thing anything that helps the east coast, or the
west coast, helps all Florida. The
Dixie highway route having been se selected,
lected, selected, the proper thing to do is to
connect with it by as many good roads
as possible. People who come to the

REVIVED AN OLD INDUSTRY

George Giles has revived an old in industry
dustry industry that formerly proved quite ex extensive
tensive extensive here and circulated a good
sum of money. He has put up a
building suitable for the work and
installed a moss gin and bailing ma machine,
chine, machine, operated by a gasoline engine,
and is again buying, curing, ginning
and bailing Spanish moss. The build building
ing building is located on his lot south of his
cotton gin and all green or cured moss
that is brought to him will be pur-

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(Domestic)
One year, m advance $5.00
tlx months, in advance 2.50
fhre months, in advance... 1.25

On month, in advance 50

(Foreign)
One year- in advance $8.00
Six months. In advance 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance 80

The state board of health deserves the Lake View hotel next Friday eve-

help rather than criticism from thejning, May 28, at 8:30 o'clock. From

legislature.

Arise with the lark, but not so
high, and you won't be inclined to
stay up with the owl.

Its a good thing to have the best
country in the world. Its a better
thing to be able to keep it.

A man who has an ax to grind is
of more use. than a man who is too
lazy to grind axes for himself or
anyone else.
a ;
R. K. Doke, one of the commis commissioners
sioners commissioners of Alachua county, represent representing
ing representing the Sante Fe. district, has been in indicted
dicted indicted by the grand jury for em embezzlement.
bezzlement. embezzlement. m

Its the Star's opinion that a state
printing office would be the greatest
nest of graft in Florida. It would
waste the people's money and give
them rotten work.

The gentlemen at Tallahassee who
are trying to stop trains from run-

on"""Sunday will please remem

ber that a state can't stop a train
that carries the United States mail.

With Italy at war, where will we
get our olives, our lemons and our
spaghet? Tampa Tribune.
When' you notice any scarcity in
the lemons handed newspaper men,
please send us a D. P. R. bulletin.

Ocala was chosen by the, state hard hardware
ware hardware dealers' association for the
1916 meeting. Congratulations to
our sister city. These hardware fellows-
are a good bunch. Leesburg
Commercial. v
They are coming to a good town,
too.

this lap the race will, be in earnest,
for the plans are all laid to capitalize

the usual flare of 'banquet enthus enthusiasm'
iasm' enthusiasm' and bring it into working shape

for future activity."
:
The death of Alfred Gwynne Van

derbilt recalls an almost forgotten

chapter in history. In December,

18G2, the Ariel, a large passenger
steamer, owned by Vanderbilt's

grandfather, Commodore Vanderbilt,

was overhauled by the Confederate

cruiser, Alabama, off the coast of
Cuba. The Ariel had on board 140

Federal officerc ami men, a battalion

of marines on their way to the Pa

cific station. She also had on board

over 300 other passengers, many of

them women and children. Of course,
it was not possible for the Alabama

to take the passengers off the Ariel

which was a large and valuable ship

and the property of a bitter enemy

of the South. But it never occurred

to the Confederate commander.

Raphael Semmes, to sink the vessel

lie sent one of his officers to reas reassure
sure reassure the women and children, who

were expecting dreadful things from

the "pirate." Not an article belong

ing to any passenger was touched

The soldiers were paroled, the ship

placed under bond (a bond that Com

modore Vanderbilt never made good)
and the Alabama steamed away to
seek for stronger foes. The South
was shut in with powerful foes, as
Germany is shut in, and the South
was crushed in defeat as Germany
probably will be. But, defeated or
victorious,' Germany can never have
the shining record for chivalry and
consideration for the weak, coupled
with unsurpassed courage, that is the
imperishable heritage of the South Southern
ern Southern Confederacy.

It is about time for the movie
makers to realize that breech-loading
cannon had not been invented when
the battle of Gettysburg was fought.
PensaccHa News.
- Shucks, man, that's only a little an anachronism!
achronism! anachronism! Two or three years ago we
saw them arm the British troops in
the Indian mutiny with breech-loading
American rifles.

AN" IMPOSITION ON OCALA

state and go down, the east coast in i chased by him. This business gives

cars, will of course prefer to return I employment to a good many children

home over another route. If they land old or semi-decrepit people and

find, on their return, good roads lead-1 they can make a tidy sum of cash by

ing to the interior and to the west I gathering the moss. Since Giles quit

coast, they will be more than likely to J buying moss several years ago, the

ollow them. I trees in this section show a heavy

: growth of Spanish moss and many of

them are so burdened with it, espe

cially in town, as to threaten their

iiciiiaiu iiuui laiianasacc litis .

that certain charter amendments to

1

the city charter had passed the
House and two readings in the Sen-

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fp iror ine Aiifnuon 01 mrraoers 01

These amendments are the ones! John M. Martin Camp Sons of

framed and submitted by Mr. Camp. I Confederate Veterans

x"c were iiwu in- v,i Aa f r- .llai- oa

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AN IMPORTANT MATTER

sideration, and mention of them was

Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans

ncub uui, kj 4 me iduvi s. vsur i cure-1 . i

. , TT M'rrw ... I

wniaiives., rooy ana nenaerson, ,a ;m(i,;,tl,w u tw.

,1t. I 4. iL. 1- A 1 A. I

urn nut ee,. .ioriii me pepie UU.I . nmhr -f H1pa.t

It 1 1 1 -1 -AA 1 1.1 I ....... O

wiey nau oeen .uom.uea; a.ino, we Q Richmond and voting

unuertanu, mey nau prormsea io aa .g limitej fa proportion to the num-

I I A 1 1

I uer oi paia up memoers in our camp.

ing, and dispatched to Senator Ter- our anJ tf a dues are paid

re a leiegram, imorming mm inai n w :f rlv

the said amendments were against L.ii0 c,rt-a,; rnninn

the wishes of this city, and asking Ust of ollth-, most imJ

nirnto noia tnem up until tney couia lpoxtant of all 0cala will entertain

ue nearu. i4l 44 tf I

erans this fall, and as a part of your

BOUGHT SOME GEORGIA HAMS dues are retained by our local camp,

we are very anxious to increase our

The Cam-Thomas Company has (treasury as much as possible, so that

received a shipment of hams from I we may do our utmost to give the
a Moultrie, ,Ga., packing house, the! veterans who will be our guests the

first, as far as we know, to be ship-1 very best state reunion they have

ped to Ocala. This Georgia packing! had.

house is doing well and is one of thel The time is very short, and if you

most successful enterprises that I have not already paid your dues, the

Georgia has launched in some time. I officers of the camp will greatly ap-

We understand Armour & Co. are I preciate your prompt payment there-

preparing to put in one something J of to Mr. Henry D. Stokes, our camp

like it in Jacksonville. Ocala is the I treasurer. Yours respectfully,

proper place for this packing plant,! D. Niel Ferguson, Comdt,"

and it should be put in like the Geor

gia plant with local capital and by WACAHOOTA

local people.

Wacahoota, May 19. The past few

Funny, isn't it? Two years ago,
there was a proposition for West
Florida to become a separate state,
and nearly all the West Florida pa papers
pers papers were whooping it up. Now, for
the first time, South Florida, tired of
the tail wagging it, speaks of form forming
ing forming a separate state, and the West
Florida papers are loud in denounc denouncing
ing denouncing the proposition.

Gainesville has decided to make it itself
self itself of -international importance as a
baseball town. It is going to buy the
franchise of Americus in the Georgia
State League. In less than two hours
Saturday, $1200 was raised for that
purpose. The matter will be decided
at a meeting this evening. Ocala has
no desire to go into the Georgia base baseball
ball baseball league, but if Florida should ever
have such an organization, Ocala is
able to fill a very large place in the
line.

The Florida Senate has given Sher Sheriff
iff Sheriff Baker a clean bill exonerating him
from the charges on account of which
the governor removed him, and re restoring
storing restoring him to office. All the same,
the people I who know abput matters
over Palm Beach way will hold to the
belief that the governor did his exact
duty in the premises. Lakeland Tel Telegram
egram Telegram Possibly mdre people, over this way
than over that way. Nobody over
here is profiting from the plutocratic
gambling joint.

The reason why the allies have de declared
clared declared cotton to be contraband of
war and won't allow it to be shipped
into Germany is simple and reasona reasonable.
ble. reasonable. Cotton is the basis of all mod modern
ern modern ammunition, for small arms as
well as cannon. Germany and Austria
use from 300 to 1000 tons of it every
day. They can't raise it, and its only
substitute, wood pulp, is very infer inferior.
ior. inferior. Keeping the Germans from ob obtaining
taining obtaining cotton is more likely to end
the war than keeping them from ob obtaining
taining obtaining food. At the same time, as the
Allies are using immense amounts of
cotton themselves, they are likely to
soon need all our surplus.

" Leesburg has always been on the
map, but its board of trade has
started out to put a rainbow ring
around it. As the Commercial says:
"Leesburg's board of trade has enter entered
ed entered the arena of civic gladiatorial
contests and has 'stripped to the buff'
for action. The starting point was a
meeting of a mere handful of mem members
bers members of the organization attending
the regular May meeting and the

J. W. White's Fraternal Record
tells a good story on a bunch of South
Florida Odd Fellows, who were in at attendance
tendance attendance on the meeting of the Grand
Lodge in Gainesville. After the ses sessions
sions sessions w.ere over, they left Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville late in the afternoon, in their
car, on their- way to their home .far
down the state.' Reaching Ocala, they
had supper and .then drove around
the square and some of the principal
streets, to admire the city by elec electric
tric electric light, and then started on (they
supposed south) intending to stop for
the night at Leesburg. After a cou couple
ple couple of hours at a steady gait, they
reached a" large and beautiful" city,
which looked familiar, but did not
seem to have any business at that
place. On making inquiry, they found
they had returned on their own
track and were again in Gainesville.
Being Odd Fellows, it is not likely
they had anything stronger than cof coffee
fee coffee in Ocala..

General Manager Melville E. Stone days ve been so warm we feel like

of the Associated Press lost his son the "sood old summer-time" has ar-

in the destruction of the Lusitania: rived to earnest.

but the Associated Press has calmly Miss Loleta Rawls left for her

and without partisanship sent out the I horne at Montbrook last Wednesday

news of the great disaster and of the morning after a delightful week's

events that have followed. That is stay w"1 M,ss Rosae Smith.

what it means for a newsDaner man Mr. Arthur Hodge of Montbrook,

to have a sense of public duty that motored over Tuesday night and was

must always outweigh private inter- ine sues -ir onuui. ne ac ac-ests.
ests. ac-ests. if he is a real man. Miami Me- companied Miss Rawls home.

tropolis. v I -Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mixson, Mr.j

and Mrs. Ernest L.yles and children,;

Mr. TT,,, nf TWr;t MiM.. it Dr- C' G' Mixson. wife and daughter

fh AT a vwell MMnr rnrnnrafiftn find Mr- Irft Beck f Gainesville, all

I 1 I m nr.

ern KQt,,r,W in tho nitrr oolUno- n c"Jueu ir UUU Faille

A Vonderful Change

l '- f x V J

Compare today's methods of

baking with the old days when vj
Aunt Dinali used sour milk

and soda and baked on the

open hearth, and. you 11 find, n

IVUUUC11U1 UllLJMt J V.I11V.UIO. 1 lit
most .wonderful of these mod modern
ern modern helps is

LiV U

Surprisingly better than any other brand.
Never a disappointment. Your biscuits
will be light and sweet Your cakes will
raise evenly and will retain that moist deli delicate
cate delicate sweetness for days. Calumet cakes
don't dry out quickly. Calumet costs less
than the Trust made kind yet it's better costs
a little more than the cheap "Big-Can" brands,
but it is worth the. difference. Every spoonful
does its work perfectly no failures no waste.
By Caa from jomr tree txJr an J watch yecr bliiT trm.L! i?iippaf.
U you doa't get Calumet, ymi do 'I tk.bt.
RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS
World'i Pure Food Exposition, Chicago, Illinois.
Pari Exposition, France, March. 19L2.

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. Yoa dent ure money ben ye hsf cheap -r bi.T-cn baiaitr powder. Don'i ta!!ei ?-Cl1t-
It mere economical more wholesome iTe btt multa. Caiair-et U far V'm

the different automobile dealers, some

I J. F. Bruton8 last Tuesday. The

t. : i ir. T.

e In.f,f. Pao w3 nullum wi aJxi. uiuivus

and other citizens and getting a line I birthday

on the financial condition, the pro-

Mrs. V. 1 Smith, Mrs. Shuler and

Miss Rosalie Smith were visitors to

The Tampa Times Jacks the state
railroad commission up for allowing
increase without notice of 20 to 100
per cent in freight rates between
Tampa and Jacksonville. The Times
says that when the commission does
some little thing for the people it
never fails to flood the papers with
information about it, but when it al allows
lows allows the railroads to do something
for their benefit it never gives notice.
Seems to the Star that the Times'
remarks have some basis in fact.

The hifalutin guff so numerously
indulged in about millions of Ameri Americans
cans Americans springing to arms between sun sunrise
rise sunrise and sunset to defend their coun country
try country doesn't fool anybody but the Am Americans
ericans Americans themselves. ,We have used
militia in only two wars the Revo Revolutionary
lutionary Revolutionary war and the war of 1812,
and in both they made a mighty poor
showing against regular troops. Also,
the militiamen of 1776 and 1812 were
much better able to cope with reg regular
ular regular troops than they could be today.

There was a great deal of talk, at
the beginning of the war, of the
staying powers of Great Britain. No
matter how long the fight or great
the expense, said the English press,
Britain was in the fight to the end.
It is. more than likely that the Brit British
ish British only dimly understand what these
words meant, but they are now be beginning
ginning beginning to understand them. With
the war ten months old, and becom becoming
ing becoming greater every day, with Britain
making little progress in Flanders
and the Dardanelles and greatly an annoyed
noyed annoyed by submarines in her own wa waters,
ters, waters, she realizes her very existence
is at stake, and that if she does not
strive more strenuously than she has,
the end may not only be afar off, but
disastrous to her people at home and
empire abroad.

The Star is not surprised that the
East Coast route has been chosen as
the Florida end of the Dixie high highway.
way. highway. When it comes to obtaining

what they want, Jacksonville and the

first lap will bring a 'stag' spread atj East Coast have the rest of the state

.ho enioa f tnr tfco f lthe hospttable home of Mrs. C. J.

,i;flWnf Th mwh r. Grace of Evinston Wednesday and

poration is securing this information uray-' Sith I11?6?

inui me eastern oiar av wtiiiiysii

WILBUR VV. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Emb aimer
E.C.ffitahn&Co. PhOIielO
fSSSSTkSS Ocala, Fla.
219 WEST BROADWAY

from all portions of the country.

New 1915 Model

iiijijjij

$(595

17 New Features

We hare, riht here the oar
t for which you here waited
It holds the road perfectly
et 50 miles an hoar Itcerriee
fire grown people comfort
bly It has left hand drive
With center control elective
sliding gear transmission It
has a Sims high tension meg
neto. It rides as easily any
$5000 ax K Hiptia springs
on rear -.
It ha& famoas make of
anti-skid rear tires and the
same sixe tires 30x3 Inch
all around It is folly equipped
top windshield and speedo
meter eto
This Wonder Car is the
1915 model of the Maxwell
price $695

With Eleetrio Starter and N

Electric Lights only $55 extra

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Wednesday night and the young la

dies were pleasantly entertained by
some handsome gentlemen on Thurs

day evening.

Mr. Jack Johnson of Micanopy and
Mr. Merrill of Jersey City, were
pleasant callers at Mr. C. M. Smith's

one evening last week.

Rev. Entzminger of Micanopy fill

ed his regular appointment here Sun

day afternoon. The good music on
the new organ added greatly to the

services. Mrs. Shuler rendered a
beautiful vocal solo which was great greatly
ly greatly enjoyed. Miss Rosalie Smith as
organist. N
Mr. Neal Mathews and charming
sister Marie of Flemington attended
services here Sunday afternoon and
were guests to supper of Miss Rosalie
Smith.
Mr. Lucius Emerson and two
friends of Fruitland Park, were guests
of Mr. C. M. Smith Friday night and
Saturday.
Mr. C. M. Smith and son Clarence,
accompanied Mr. Emerson to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Saturday morning.
Dr. Howell and Messrs. Johnson
and Merrill and -Misses Rosalie Smith
and Mamie Gibbons called on Mr.
Shuler last night at Mrs. V. P. Smith's
and spent a few hours pleasantly
with music and cards.
We are indeed sorry little Jamielie

Tyson is still so ill, but hope she will

soon be better.
Mr. J. W. Bradley's arm is improv improving
ing improving slowly.
We are all indeed sorry to note the
death of Mr. John Epperson of Willis Willis-ton.
ton. Willis-ton. He was one of the oldest and
most influential men of Levy county,
and had friends all over the state
who will hear of his death with re regret.
gret. regret. Quite a large crowd from here
went over today to attend the fun funeral
eral funeral services which will take place
at the Baptist church at 10:30 a. m.
HOW MRS nARROD GOT RID
OF HER STOMACH TROUBLE

R. R. CARROLL
Agent for Marion County
OCALA, FLORIDA

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

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HERCHMITS4MIHERSTRAHS.C0
Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
TO
Boston
New York
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best

service. Wireless telegraph on allj

steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, pickets, etc -IL
a AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent, ComT. Agt.
J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,
Jacksonville, Fla

MOOD i
PHONF 503

After you 4eir

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prescrlption.
Lrin it"

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For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
immediate Attention.
J. L. SMOAR I
At Smoak's Wagon hhop.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
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 irr the city.

tKnv 1)) zyrti

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We xise

Purest and Iresliesi;

Drus;

Do you want to be sure that your prescriptions
will be filled ritfht?
Then bring them to us. Not only are we care careful
ful careful about the right quantity, but also about the
right quality of the compounds we use.
When those dear to your heart are ill take no
chances. Do your drug business with us.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
- "WE TAKE CARE,

OUCS DE BS PURE

Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is a!.rn t
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes whkli re result
sult result in a cube of f listening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of mir. Lt os
have your custom we deserve it.
Ocala Ice."& PacMeg Co

STOCK FEED

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

JAMES COLEMAN ED MATHEWS M. I). JONES
OCALA PUBLIC GARAGE

Now Open and Completely Equipped and Solicits Your Business
We puaran'ee all work befo re it leaves the shop. James Coleman
will repair your motor cars in first class shape-
Our FA Mathews is the best general blacksmith in the city. All
blacksmith work, wajjon and bug$y repairing-, horse shoeing, fir.,
etc., quickly done and fully warranted.
Call and see us. We do our own work, very light expenses, nn I
can give you cheaper prices than others.
South Second Street West
(Second store west of Metropolitan Ihr.k littk!Hr)
OCALA - FLOPJDA



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, MAY 21, 1915

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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

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

Rare or
Well Done?

No matter how you like your
roast cooked, yon will surely be
satisfied with it if bought here.
Our roasts are fine. We cut
your size carefully.
You know very well that in
buying meat you trust a lot to
the experience and honesty of
the butcher. That's why we
can safely urge you to come
here and let us serve you.

Next: to 0. K. Grocery

H. MARSH'S MARKET

PHONE 108

Ocala, Fla.

the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
i
yet todo is to see if the title i3 good. Marion county has Miut 160
deed records and 43 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanocas rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knows
that he has got it all.
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAX HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.

florida title and abstract corporation

ocala, fla.

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,
ix, can not wear or tear. Call and see
It do the woik.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 "402-404 South Main St.

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ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR

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OCALA, FLORIDA f
REMODELED
R&TESE3 75c to $1.50 NO HIGHER
Dining Room with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the House
'ELECTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICE PHONES IX ALL ROOMS
LOUIS N. LONG, Prop.
The only Hotel on the Square

ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR

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Thought for the Day
Though we travel the world over to
find the beautiful, we must carry it
with us or we find it not. Emerson.
Annual Musical at the Woman's Club
Saturday afternoon the Woman's
Club enjoyed its annual musical. The
program was in charge of the chair chairman
man chairman of music, Mrs. D. E. Mclver,
who has made her committee a splen splendid
did splendid head, and her club an able and ef efficient
ficient efficient chairman, the latter attested
by her re-appointment to the chair chairmanship,
manship, chairmanship, one of two chairmen to be
honored thusly.
An executive board meeting and a
short business meeting preceded the
musical. At the former, Mrs. J. C. B.
Koonce, Mrs. Edward Holder and
Miss Mary Connor were elected mem members
bers members of the club.
Mrs. Mclver presided during" the
musical and the excellent program
opened with a piano solo, Liszt's

"Labestraume," exquisitely played by

Miss Marguerite Porter

ed musician appeared twice again on)

she was paid to v.ork only six months
in the year but that neither the Flor Florida
ida Florida office nor the Washington oifice
hail ever leen a.ie to lind a time
when Mrs. Moorhead didn't work.
The Marion county club was the first
in the state to adopt the uniform
whifrh is now being worn by 50,000
girls in 15 southern states. Miss Har Harris
ris Harris told of- her demonstrations at
Oriner Farm and Pedro, Friday and
Saturday, of teaching the women to
make fireless cookers, thereby enabl enabling
ing enabling them to lighten the drudgery of
household work.
At the conclusion of the jneeting
the social committee, Mrs. S. T. Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk chairman, served punch and
wafers.
Engagement and Approaching Mar Marriage
riage Marriage of Mr. B. S. Weathers
Announced

TEACH MATHEMATICS

In the Tallahassee Normal School
During the Summer
J. H. Workman, principal of the
Miami public schools, has been ap appointed
pointed appointed an instructor at the state
normal school which opens at Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee June 14 to continue for eight
weeks. Mr. Workman will teach
mathematics and will leave, for Talla

hassee to take up his new duties)
shortly after the commencement ex-'

ercises. Miami Metropolis.

ENTERTAINMENT AT TOE
TEMPLE THURSDAY EVENING

the

Quite the most interesting an announcement
nouncement announcement of the spring is the en engagement
gagement engagement and approaching marriage

This talent- Benjamin S. Weathers of

j Jacksonville, formerly of this city,

the program, singing first "Una Vocajto Miss Elizabeth Arnold of New
Poco Fa" from the opera Barbara J York Citv- Though the relatives and
Sevill and secondly "Ave Maria." In j intimate friends of the groom have
the first vocal number, Miss Porter's j known of the approaching nuptiar.
voice was never richer or sweeter. event, formal announcement was not
Her accompaniments were played byimade until last week when the bride bride-Mrs.
Mrs. bride-Mrs. Mclver. entertained a few special friends
"The Rain" and "Au Den Fruhling" I at her home on 18th street. The wed wed-with
with wed-with violin accompaniment by Mrs.jdin wiI1 take' place on Thursday,
B. F. Condon, were violin numbers jub' 8th.
beautifully rendered by Miss Mary' Mr- Weathers is the second son of
Connor". Liszt's study in D flat, giv- Mr- and Mrs- B- A- Weathers, who
en by Miss Jean Austin, was one of!are among Ocala's most prominent

the most charminc oiano solos of the citizens, lie noias a nign ana respon-

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

afternoon.
Miss Byrd Wartmann read a splen splendid
did splendid paper, her subject being "Is Am America
erica America Musical?" No one in the city is

a better authority on music than Miss ;

Wartmann and in reading her paper,
she was given the closest attention
of her hearers. Every paper read be before
fore before the club by Miss Wartmann has
been one of worth and the member ?
have learned to anticipate her ap appearance
pearance appearance on any program. Her paper

Saturday was enjoyed by all and par particularly
ticularly particularly the musicians.
Mrs. II. M. Hampton sang exquis exquisitely
itely exquisitely "Merrily I Roam," accompanied
by Miss Gertie Peyser.
The concluding number on the pro program
gram program was a peace song sung by the
audience, Mrs. Mclver playing the
piano accompaniment.
Following the interesting program,
the, retiring president, Mrs. C. R.
Tydings presented most graciously
the gavel to Mrs. R. A. Burford. the
new president. In doing so Mrs. Ty Tydings
dings Tydings expressed her deep apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation of the cooperation she received
from each member during her admin

istration, thanked each and all. fori
their assistance, especially her offi-

cers and chairmen of standing com committees.
mittees. committees. During Mrs. Tydings etrm
of office, fifty-nine new members were
received in the club, the number ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding the list of charter members,
and a monumetn to the administra administration
tion administration "was the building of the club
house.

Mrs. Burford most graciously ac

cepted the gavel. She paid high tri-f

bute to her predecessor and in clos closing
ing closing her short address asked her co coworkers
workers coworkers to study more carefully the
club creed. In turn the other newly
elected officers were introduced and
seated, namely: Mrs. W. K. Zewadski,
first vice president: Mrs. R., L. An

derson, second vice president; Miss I
Annie Atkinson, recording secretary; j

Mrs. E. T. Helvenston, corresponding

secretary; Mrs. E. H. Martin, treas

urer; Mrs. Lester Warner, press re reporter.
porter. reporter. The auditor, Mrs. Jake
Brown, was absent.
A welcome feature of the after afternoon
noon afternoon was a short talk by Miss Agnes

Ellen Harris of the State College at ;
Tallahassee, on canning club work in j
the state and especially in Marion
county, where the agent Mrs. J. R. ;

Moorhead, has labored untiringly in j
the work, producing results not ex-!
celled in the state and south. Miss,

Harris, has always been grateful for
the enthusiasm shown in her work by
the Ocala Women's Club, receiving
much inspiration thereby and her sue-'
cess she attributes to the personal en-j

thusiasm of Mrs. L. W. Duval shown!
at the beginning .of. the work. The!
name Girls Canning Club has been,
changed to Home Demonstration I
Work, as the women, especially in the
country, are being interested as well j
as the girls. This year a Florida- J
Davis exhibit is to be made; 5,000;
boxes furnished by Mr. George Mas- j

on are to be packed, each with eight ;
different varieties of fruits; each;

glass to bear the name and address

of the maker and each box a story of

the canning club pasted in the lid.1

These boxes are to be sold next win winter
ter winter to the tourists at the various ho-

sible position with the Florida Na National
tional National Bank, Jacksonville, and has a
host of friends throughout the state
who will join his hundreds of Ocala
friends in wishing him a wedded life
of supreme happiness.
Miss Arnold and her aunt visited
Florida last winter, spending several
months at the Windsor hotel in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and it was there that she met
her' fiance. She visited for a few days
Mr. and Mrs. Weathers in this city
and by her charming personality and
sweetness of character endeared her herself
self herself to all she met during her shoit
stay. A cordial welcome awaits her
both in Jacksonville and Ocala when
she returns as a bride.
Mr. T. J. Yonce of St. Petersburg,
is in the city paying a visit to his
daughter, Mrs. R. R. Carroll and son,
Mr. L. E. Yonce.
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Mr. Frank Harris, Jr., returned
this afternoon from a short visit to
Jacksonville.

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Per Pound

We have the best 50c pound a
box Chocolates ever offered J
in Ocala.' Each one-pound
box contains from fifteen to
eighteen varieties, including
Nugatines, Cherries, Straw-
berries, Ginger, Raisins, Co-
coanuts. Butter Toffee and
Caramels.
Fresh shipment just receiv-
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Fine after shaving. All the value is in the perlume-ypu don t
pay extra for a fancy bottle. The quality is wonderful. The
price only 75c (6 oz. ). Send 4c. for the Utile bottle-enough
ior 50 handkerchiefs. Write today.
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The Servant
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has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
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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.
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Fairy Play by the Scholars of

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

tertainment win consist or a spec

tacular 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.

THE USEFUL -PAINT BRUSH.

How Springtime Inspires Toward
General Freshening Up of the Home.
Paint and paint Lnish should le as
close friends of the housewife as ore
needle and thread. There Is the baby
Imgsy of wk-ker. stained and dirty
from long liso. A mall can of stain
and a couple of coats of black on the
springs and wheels will make It with-'
stand the si ill harder test of spring
showers. Tin baby's Iron crib looks as
though It has a case of Incipient mea measles
sles measles where laly has dented off the en enamel
amel enamel with the ftock of .Its toy gun
Two coats, or. better, three, of white
paint and enamel will cover the blis blisters
ters blisters and make the crib as sanitary and
pleasing as when new.
On close Inspection the gas stove and
Its pipes appear rustlly dingy and down
In the mouth, as It were. Ah, Just the
thing! A small can of special stove
paint in black will make the stove
gleam happily again and remove It
unkempt air. Perhaps, too. the radla
ton are spotted and shineless. It la
only the work of u half hour to paint
them with special silver or gold radia radiator
tor radiator paint, so that they will look well

even though out of commission so soon.
The kitchen Is nn Important field for
the use of paint brush and paint. Fre Frequently
quently Frequently unsightly plumbing can. as
suggested, be made attractive by the
various lacquer paints. The pantry
shelves need never be hard to clean If
they are treated to one or two coats of
white enamel. Table drawers also can
be painted, which will prevent them
from absorbing grease and getting so
dirty. The legs and front of the ordi ordinary
nary ordinary Litcheu table will look better and
Ktny cleaner If given a coat of paint
harmonizing with the other colors ti.
the room. Vooden salt twies. strips
n which to hang utcn-slls, the space
6etween fhelres in many cjosets. can
all le made brighter and more sanitary
by a lilK-ral use.of paluL
All woods with exjosed pores absorb
moisture and grease. Water enters
the i ores. causes them to owell and
thus become disfigured. The more Im Impervious
pervious Impervious the wood surface can be made
the easier It Is to keep It clean and the
longer the wood will last. Paint, var varnish
nish varnish and stain, whose base should al always
ways always be the best linseed oil. fill the
pores of the Kd. coating and render rendering
ing rendering It Impervious. And paint Is not
ham to clean. It is the open, untreated
woodwork which looks -dingy, absorbs
grease and Is hard to care for.

How to Bake a Fish So It Will Be De
lieioue.

Do not put water In the pan unless
you wish to steam the fish instead of
buklng It After the flsh has been well

cleaned stuff with the following dress dressing,
ing, dressing, which Is sufficient for a Osh
"weighing from four to six pounds:
Take one cupful of crackers, one salt salt-spoonful
spoonful salt-spoonful of salt, same amount of pep pepper,
per, pepper, two tablespoonfuls of chopped on onion,
ion, onion, tablesjioonful of chopped celery.
teasiKxmful of capers and one tea tea-sjKonful
sjKonful tea-sjKonful of chopped pickles; also add
one-quarter cupful of melted butter.
Mix well and stuff Into fish. This will
make a dry dressing. If you prefer a
wet dressing, which many people do.
use stale bread crumbs and moisten
with one beaten egg and the butter oi
moisten the cracker crumbs with warm
water." Place in pan. put two or three
tablespoonfuls of butter over and neat
fish am! when the flour has browned
baste; often with the melted butter.
JiakcnntH brown and be sure to bast
often.

LEVITT PACKAkO B00E

Music Teacher and Composer

tels in the state. In that manner the;
fame' of Florida's canning club will ;
be spread abroad and the women and j .-x;xX-frX4

girls interested in the work for

financial support will be able to dis-jt

pose of their product more easily.
Miss Harris complimented the

i

i Ocala club on being one of two to t

'. send a county woman to the college to :
'take the short course in domestic
'science. The compliment was a le-;
served courtesy to Mrs. R. S. Hall and
j her committee, for the social service j
i committee raised the funds to send X

j Mrs. Priest of near Anthony.

SPECIALTIES
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In speaking of valuable work donejj

by Mrs. Moorhead, Miss Harris said ; ,.-;';;M;-;;x--;'.'

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The Lawyer Countered.
On one occasion. Judge Rodkin tell
In his reminiscnces. Lord Justice
Holmes was amusingly countered by a
Junior barrister who was defending a
prisoner before him. Though the pris

oner was a ratuer oweny man. coun counsel
sel counsel made frequent npjeaU to the Jury
to take Into account the fact that be
was an orphan. The Judge grew Im Impatient.
patient. Impatient. "I really don't see." be exclaimed,
"how the fact that your client Is nn
orphan bears on the case. He is old
enouch to take care of himself, and It
Is quite natnral nt bis nse he should
have lost his fia rents. For Instance. I
niys-If am nn orphan."
"Yes. my lord. Interposed the coun counsel.
sel. counsel. and should your lonlshlp ever
hsve the misfortune to come lefore a
Jury of yonr fellow conntrynien I trust

that circumstance will taken Into

consideration In your lordship favor.

rrpRY our Fresh Meat it will
11 please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also a fine line of Groceries.

Ocala, Florida.

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A full line of Fixtures and Materials always on hand. No
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BcaLa fcvifriifo sfAfi, Monday, may iu 1913

FOtJll

OCALA OCCURENCES

I
K. of P. meet tonight.
Ells meet tomorrow evening1.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Royal Arch meets Friday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Pythian Sisters meet tomorrow aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Board of Trade meets Thursday
evening.
Buy your drugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the best always. 427-tf
Vulcanizing. All work guaranteed.
Blalock Bros., 107 Oklawaha Ave. lm
For plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone S00 f
Mr. Alfred Beck arrived yesterday
from Orlando for a two days' visit to
his former home city.
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
Mr. Wilbur Cleveland left last
night for Laketand to begin his duties
as manager of the Kibler hotel.
FOR SALE A rubber tired surry in
perfect condition, good as new. E.
M. Howard, Ocala, Fla. 14-12t
The many friends of Capt. Sam
Pyles were glad to see him out driv driving
ing driving his auto yesterday.
A notice is posted in the postoffice
jy from the department of labor,
advising that the commissioner of la labor
bor labor of Oklahoma estimates, that his
state will need 16000 to 18000 extra
hands during the harvest season.
Those interested will find complete
information in the notice.
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
j Why j
: Experimeet?
WHRV VOIT KNOW
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: Ocala
Bottling Works
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elver & MacKay
" Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and E&1BALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Vfork Done by Xicensed Embal Embal-mers
mers Embal-mers and Fally Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 303
UNDERTAKING OFFICE 43
One First
Cost
Then No
Lfghtnlngr-proof. lire-proof,
rust-proof. Lasts as long as
building: stands, made of gal galvanized
vanized galvanized steel and TONCAM
metal. Always attractive In
appearance and at the same
time reduces cost of your Are
Insurance your boy can easi easily
ly easily lay It. Ask your dealer or
write 111 for catalogue.
Tie Florida Sletal Products Co
Ave.
Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
Supply Company

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WEATHER REPORT

- This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min. R. F.
May 1 8S C4
May 2 93 C2
May 3 '.89 C2 ..
May 4 87 CO ..
May 5 .85 71 ..
May C ..92 &8
May 7 .'. : 94 08
May 8 86 72
May .9 .80 C6 2.18
May 10 83 77
lay 12 78 C8 .32
May 13 '..82 CO .70
May 14 80 C2 ..
May 15 94 04 ...
May 10 93 70
May 17 94 78
May 18 ...;88 08
May 20 09 88
May 20 87 09
May 21 82 71
May 22 89 72 .14
May 23 92 71
Local Forecast
Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday.
If any one has the old time bead
corn and the iron bean and will bring
a few to the Star office, they will be
well paid, as parties are anxious to
get in touch with them again. The
bead corn grows on a bunch of coarse
grass something like what is known
as bear grass.
Work commenced on the new grand
stand at the ball park this morning.
Mr. George Rentz, with great public
spirit, has furnished the lumber at a
very low price. Waldo will be here
to play Wednesday and Dunnellon
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mabry Sumner,
Messrs. Carl Dekle and Percy Per Perkins
kins Perkins and Misses Sally Spurlin and
Elizabeth Suber were visitors to Salt
Springs yesterday. Zest was added
to the trip by the sight of a big black
bear in the scrub near the springs.
Our fountain sodas and ice cream
are the BEST made and our service
is Al. Try them. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. tf
Mrs. W. M. Meyers died last night
at 7 o'clock at her home at Montague,
after a lingering illness. Mrs. Mey Meyers
ers Meyers was well lenown at Lake Weir as
Mrs. Shackleford.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
W. K. I-ane, 3L T., Tnyslclan and
Surgeon, specialist ,Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library UuJldlng,
Ocala, Fla.
The patrons of the Harrington are
glad to see Mr. A. D. McArthur be behind
hind behind the clerk's desk again. Mr. Mc
Arthur has been with the Aragon in
Jacksonville, and may later go to the
Kimball in Atlanta. Meantime, he is
welcome. in Ocala.
The Star is informed that Dr. A. L.
Izlar has sold his place at Lake Weir
to Mr. Clarence Camp,
SEE 1HK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf les, milk and eggs, tf
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line of
stock f eed corn, oats, Jbran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
AH Germs Ordered
To Beat it! Git!
Searching Influence of a
, Remedy That Works
Wonders.
The Introduction of S. S. S. is at onca
a command to blood impurities to find
a way out.
And what are blood impurities? They
may be the hypersecretions found in the
mucous linings of the body; they may
be acid .accumulations known as rheu rheumatism;
matism; rheumatism; they may be boils, pimples, ec eczema,
zema, eczema, acne and stubborn, indolent sores.
But examined closely, they are all
germs that have gotten the upper hand
and it requires the flushing Influence of
S. S. S. to drive them out. And out they
go when S. S. S. begins to circulate in
the blood. It only requires five minutes
to begin this Influence, for it is a fact
that in this limited -time S. S. S. may be
traced in the urine, in the perspiration,
in the eflloresence from the lungs to
show that it is at work. Germs, mind
you, are of various kinds, but all are
foreign to health and S. S., S. is no re respecter
specter respecter of destructive germs, it drives
them all out, of whatsoever name they
go by. Just get a bottle of S. S. S. of
any druggist and soon you will observe
a decided change. And if yours is a
stubborn case, write to the Medical Ad Adviser,
viser, Adviser, care of The Swift Specific Co.. 10"
Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. He Is a regular
physician, proud of his name by virtue of
his distinguished, family and is recog recognized
nized recognized as a foremost physician on his
own merit.

Kill SOCIAL AFFAIRS

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Judge Samuel Barco to Wed
Tomorrow in Miami Judge Samuel
Barco of that city will be united in
marriage to Miss Blanche Wemple,
the ceremony to take place at the
Methodist church at 4:30 o'clock in
the presence of relatives and a few
friends.
Judge Barco is the youngest son oft
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Barco, formerly j
of this county, now of Clearwater, a
nephew of Mrs. WT. K. Zewadski and
Mrs. J. W. Hood of this city. Since
his graduation from the law depart department
ment department of Stetson University he has
become one of the leading legal lights
of Miami, receiving his appointment
as county judge as a recognition of
his ability and popularity.
The news of his approaching mar marriage
riage marriage will come as a surprise to his
many friends in this county, all of
whom join in wishing him all happi happi-ness
ness happi-ness and extending congratulations.
Miss Abson Complimented
The concluding social affair of last
week was an informal moving picture
party Saturday evening given by
Mrs. James II. Hill in compliment to
Miss Elizabeth Abson, a popular vis visitor.
itor. visitor. The guests, including fifteen cou
ples of the young society set, assem
bled at 8 o'clock at the residence of
Mrs. William Sinclair on Herbert
street, where Mrs. Hill and her son,
Mr. James Hill, are making their
home. .After greeting the hostess
and honoree, who received most in informally
formally informally and being served to punch
By Mrs. W. B. Gray of Tampa, sister
of the hostess, the jolly crowd went
to the Temple where an hour and a
half was pleasantly spent witnessing
the pictures. The Court Pharmacy
was visited next, ice cream and soft
drinks being served.
Mrs. Hill's guests were: Misses
Abson, Theo and Gladys Wallis, Nina
Camp, Eloise Henry, Sue Moore,
Catharine and Mary Harriet Living
ston, Emma Perry, Martha Kate
Rentz, Elizabeth Davis, Mary Gar
rett, Agnes Burford, Alice Sexton,
Kathleen Spencer, Messrs. Welch
Dewey, Sam Burford, Bernard
Koonce, Richard Stroud, Joe Borden,
John Tarver, Olaf Zewadski, Edward
Green, Harold Meade, George Looney,
Albert Harriss and James Hill.
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Mr. C. H. Nash to Wed Tampa Girl
The following invitation has been
received in Ocala by friends of the
groom, who with his parents former
ly resided in this city:
"Mrs. Sarah U. Utter invites you to
be present at the marriage of her
daughter. Verna Carson, to Mr.
Charles Harold Nash, Thursday eve
ning, June third, 1915, at 8o'clock,
Tampa Heights Presbyterian church.
Of the approaching nuptial event
the Tribune says:
"The ceremony will be performed
by Rev. C. H. Nash,- Sr.; father of
the groom. Miss Rachel Herf on will
be the maid of honor,-and the brides
maids will be Miss Lilly Pickens and
Miss Lila Strange. Mr. G. A. Nash
of Ocala, the brother of the groom,
will be the best man, and the ushers,
Mr. Leslie Nash, another brother and
Mr. Omer Hendricks." (
To Hold Bean and Crystalized Grape
fruit Demonstration
Next Thursday Mrs. J. R." Moor Moor-head,
head, Moor-head, canning club agent for Marion
county, will give two demonstrations
at her home on Tuscawilla street, one
on canning beans and the other crys-
talizing grepefruit peal.
The demonstrations will be held in
the spacious side yard and all who
are interested in the work are invit
ed to be present. The canning will
begin at 9:30 and continue through
the day. The beans and grapefruit
will be put up in both tins and" glass
jars.
At the Baptist parsonage Sunday
afternoon, Rev. Bunyan Stephens of
ficiating. Miss Edna Willa Miller was
married to Mr. John T. Felts. The
wedding was a very quiet ceremony,
their being present only a few close
relatives. The bride is the pretty and
accomplished daughter of Mr. W. JL
Miller, a well-known farmer who
lives a few miles north bf the city,
The groom is a sturdy youngs folice
man who came to Ocala from the
northern part of the state about a
year ago, and has made many friends
for himself as well as won confidence
by his faithful attention to duty. The
young folks have the sincere good
wishes of the Star and all their other
friends.
Miss Mary Landers returned today
from Arcadia, where she attended the
Baraca-Philathea convention and vis
ited friends.
'
Mr. E. P. Rentz spent Sunday with
his family in the city.
Everybody will be sorry to learn
that Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Richie intend
removing to Lakeland, which is more
conveniently situated for Mr. Richie's
business as a commercial traveler,
Church and society circles will great
ly miss Mrs. Richie.
Miss Margaret Hart of Orlando is
the guest of Mrs. Herbert Lattner,
arriving today.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson were
in receipt of a telegram this morn
ing from their son, Mr. Leslie An
derson, who is soon to complete his

college course at Washington and
Lee University, conveying the glad
news that he had made the national
scholarship fraternity, Phi Beta Kap Kappa..
pa.. Kappa.. Membership to this fraternity is
dependable not only on high scholar scholarship,
ship, scholarship, but the character and princi principles
ples principles of the students themselves, and
to become a member is a merited
honor. Mr. R. L. Anderson. Jr., an
alumnus of the same university, is
also a member. Mr. Edward Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, a freshman at the unevrsity, was

elected a delegate from his fraternity
Phi Kappa Psi, to the district coun council
cil council in Morgantown, W. Va., which
met last week.
Mr. Guy Zewadski, after a week
end visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. K. Zewadski, will return to Tam Tampa
pa Tampa tonight. He has as his guest
while in Ocala- Mr. John Cone of
Tampa.
Mrs. Albert Birdsey arrived yester
day from Tybee, Ga, to visit her par parents,
ents, parents, Col. and Mrs. J. M. Martin and
brother Mr. Waldo Martin, who is
convalescing from his recent serious
illness.
Miss Mabel Meffert returned to
day from a visit of ten days to
friends "in St. Petersburg and Tar Tarpon
pon Tarpon Springs. She has been charm charmingly
ingly charmingly entertained during her ab
sence, a number of parties being ar
ranged especially in her honor, in including
cluding including a water trip to Pass-a-Grille
yesterday.
.
. Mrs. J. K. Austin left today for
Tampa to visit Mrs. John Wall for a
week.
Mrs. J. M. Meffert and four young
est children spent the week-end at
their Lake Weir home.
Mrs. F. J. Hagood of Jacksonville
has joined her sister, Mrs. E. A.
Hickson of Micanopy at the bedside of
their sister, Mrs. T. M. Moore, who
continues quite ill at her home on
Fort King.
Mr. Herbert Lattner has defeated
Mr. Ralph Robinson in the golf tour tournament
nament tournament for the cup presented by Mrs.
D. M. Smith and yesterday tied Mr.
Stephen Jewett. The tie will be play played
ed played off this afternoon and the victor
presented the tup.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead will go to Mc
Intosh tomorrow to hold a canning
demonstration.
Do you use real up-to-the-minute
stationery? Our initial and plain cor
respondent. cardsa are this kind. The
Court Pharmacy. ; . tf
OCALA FRATERHAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN .STAH
Ocala Chapter, No. 29r O. E. S-,
meets at Yonge nail the second and
fourth ?TbuxBday evenings of each
month at. 730 .o clock.
Mrs. Emily, Webb,, W. M.!
" Mrs. Lillian 'Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2SO, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. -286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meet
the second and fourth Duesday even
ings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Willi una, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
ODD FELLOWS
TuluTa Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. K
meets In Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'docX. A warm wel
come always extended to visiting
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. m at
Castle Hall, over tne Jaqaes uarusie
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
iting brothers.
Ctai. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, Ii. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday. In every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, II. P.
Jake B'ojrn. Secretary.
OcALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
r The Ocala .Temple Lodge No. 28
I Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Sarah C. Blitch, M. E. C.
Kate B. HowelL M. R. and M. G
lIARioX-DUN.V MASONIC. LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge rvo. v. Jt
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. 11.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
CONCORDIA LODGE F". U. OT A.
Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Yonge's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each, month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary. Ad Ad-Charles
Charles Ad-Charles Goddard, C C
WOODME OF THE WORLD
Fon King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hallfi at 8 p. every
second and fourth Friday. Vlsltlnjr
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C C
Chas. K. Sage, Herk.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and dab house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffiee.
R. S. Rogers;" Dictator.

Panama's Famous Arch.
One of the most famous "fiat arch arches"
es" arches" In the world U to be found In the
ruin of the church of Santo Domingo.
Panama City, and has stood for nearly
three centuries. The arch has an un unsupported
supported unsupported span of thlriy-stx feet five
Inches and stands twenty feet from
the ground. Tradition has It that the
Dominican monks planned and built
their own church. This arch was
near the front of the entrance and
supported the organ 19ft. and It fell
down three times as soon as the sup supports
ports supports were taken away. Then a monk

who was neither an architect nor an
engineer 'dreamed'" an arch and drew
cp a plan according to his vision.
When the arch was for the fourth
time completed the designer stoo3 be beneath
neath beneath It while the supports were re removed,
moved, removed, staking his life on his Inspired
work. It stood and still stands. The
church was destroyed by fire In 1737.
and now nothing remains but tbi
marvelous arch. Wide World Maga
zine.
Burning Dyron'a Autobiography.
May 17. 1S24. witnessed a famous
literary bonfire the solemn burning of
Byron's autobiography. The manu manuscript
script manuscript had been given by the poet to
Thomas Moore on the sole condition
that It should not be published until
after his death. Moore sold the MS. to
John Murray for 2.000 guineas, but
after Byron's death In the spring of
1824 he and others began to doubt the
propriety of priming It. Lord John
Russell and Washington Irving, to
whom It was submitted, declared It too
gross and libelous for publication, and
Murray, generously foregoing his claim
to the money advanced to Moore, call called
ed called a council of Byron's friends, which
met In the publisher's drawing room at
Albemarle street on the evening of
May 17, and committed the manuscript
to the flames. London Chronicle.
Snaka'a Sixth Sense.
That the snake has a real sixth sen?e
by which it finds Its mate In the woods
and unerringly trails Its prey Is the
belief of a man who Is a special stu student
dent student of snakes. The seat of this sense
of direction Is supposed to be the curi curious
ous curious forked tongue, which can have
none of the uses to which the tongue
is usually applied, but la a feeler and
more and is incessantly darting about
as the snake travels. A lizard was
seen to come from beneath a house lu
the woods, take a zigzag course and
disappear under a box ten feet away.
Two minutes later a black snake ap appeared,
peared, appeared, passed over the lizard's exact
course, keeping the tongue constantly
seeking the trail, and, darting under
the box. quickly emerged with the liz lizard
ard lizard In its Jaw. Many other observa observations
tions observations seem to prove that the Up of the
tongue U the guide. Exchange.
Sandy's Teat.
' A country parson in Scotland on first
going to his parish resolved to f arm
his glebe fof himself, and a neighbor neighboring
ing neighboring farmer kindly offered to send a
man to plow one of his fields. "If
ye're goln aboot,' said the farmer to
the clergyman, "Sandy will be unco
weel pleased If you speak to him and
'say It's a fine day or the like o that,
but dlnna say onythln' to him aboot
plowin and sowln. for Sandy Is a
stoopld body, but he's been plowin
and sowln all his fife, and he'll see
In a minute that ye. ken naethln aboot
plowin and sowln'. And then, added
the old farmer, with extreme earnest earnestness,
ness, earnestness, lf he comes to think that ye ken
naethln' aboot'plowln, and sowln he'll
think that ye ken naethln aboot ony ony-thlnV
thlnV ony-thlnV Whan Cocoa Was Caah.
Cocoa once figured very prominently
In the "war history of the nation of Its
birth. Mexico. We know that Monte Montezuma
zuma Montezuma levied his tribute upon the na nations
tions nations round In loads of cocoa, and on
occasions his treasure houses were
bursting with the sf.-umulated moun mountains.
tains. mountains. Prescott assures us that" the
currency of Mexico consisted of "trans "transparent
parent "transparent quills of gold dust, of bits of
tin cut In the form of a T, and bags
of cacao containing a specified number
of grains. So that in ancient Mexico
to export cocoa was to deprive the em empire
pire empire of both food and cash. London
Standard.
Flatterer.
"Everybody says that Jones has the
finest mind. Insight and sagacity he
ever ran across. How did Jones get
such a reputation?"
"Easy. Whenever you make a state statement
ment statement he says: By Jove, that's sol
Why didn't I think of that beforer
Cleveland Leader.
Modern Education.
nelplng a child with his lessons
used to mean that you wrote a compo composition
sition composition or did a few sums..
-Welir
"Now you may have to model some something
thing something In clay or even go out and cap capture
ture capture a live snake. Pittsburgh Post.
Perpetual Punishment.
"I'd sooner be n criminal than be
married to a woman like Peck's wife."
"What do you mean?"
"Why; a criminal ge.ts one sentence
at a time, but poor Peck gets a whole
string of sentences every day. Chi Chicago
cago Chicago News.
Thia Worldly Stage.
Most of us are so obtuse that we
never see the snares of life that are
so much dilated upon by the maga magazine
zine magazine and depicted in melodrama.
Kansas City Journal.
Good Exercise.
"I was a book agent once."
"How long did you stick to ItT
"Until I had lost about thirty-fire
pounds. St. IOiil -Pot-DI-pfitcti.
SHEET MUSIC! If its published,
we have it or can get for you. LAT LAT-TNERS
TNERS LAT-TNERS Piano Store. 4-21-tf.
Rexaii iJver salts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
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purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
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