OOALA, PLOKIDA TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1915
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
ITALY WILL ENTER
FORCES OF THE SOUTHERN KINGDOM HAVE ALREADY ADVANCED
ACROSS IHE AUSTRIATi FHOIIIIES
Rome, May 25. The war office an announced
nounced announced today that Italian forces
had. penetrated Austria, occupying
Caropetto heights between Judine
and the Isonzo river, and the towns
of Cormon, Corvignance and Terzo,
all two or three miles from the Ital Italian
ian Italian border. Railroads running both
east and west pass through Cormon
ITALY WILL ENTER THE AGREE AGREEMENT
London, May 24. Italy has given
her adhesion to the agreement already
signed by Great Britain, France and
Russia not to conclude separate
peace. The signature of the formal
document to this effect is imminent.
INTEND TO ATTACK ITALY,
' The Austro-German plan of cam campaign
paign campaign has not been disclosed; how however,
ever, however, it is generally, believed it will
be attempted to discourage the Ital Italians
ians Italians by the infliction of a quick, de decisive
cisive decisive defeat, largely by the Ger Germans
mans Germans under Von Hindenburg.
German troops with heavy artil artillery,
lery, artillery, aeroplanes and Zeppelins are
already moving toward 'Verona to de deliver
liver deliver fierce blows at the Italian cen center.
ter. center. The Germans probably believe
this will check the Italian advance
from Venice province, where the flat
country would give the Italians a
better chance of success.
Italy is bitterly denounced through throughout
out throughout Germany and Austria and she Has
replaced England as the most hated
enemy, but her intervention is hailed
with delight in the allied countries.
ENGINEERS WANT TO
SEE FAR AHEAD
Cleveland, May 25. The Brother Brotherhood
hood Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers has
unanimously adopted a resolution for
the enactment of a law requiring
TO KANSAS CITY
.The Jacksonville Metropolis says:
Judge William B. Sheppard at 11:30
o'clock this morning handed down a
, decision ordering that Richard J.
Bolles,. under charge by the United
States government with having been
connected with a land lottery scheme
'and using the mails to defraud, be re reproved
proved reproved to Kansas City, Mo, as a re result
sult result of the government's apulication
on the former charge.
The Star regrets to say there seems
to be no relief from the perniciously
dilatory schedule the Seaboard Air
Line seems to have fastened on Cen Central
tral Central Florida. A few days ago we had
hopes that the morning train from
Jacksonville would arrive in Ocala at
noon or a little before, as it should,
but instead the time has sagged
backward, and it will not arrive here
until 12:57 p. m. The local schedule
on this road does not give people liv living
ing living either north or south of Ocala
opportunity to come and go the same
day unless they live at one of the. im important
portant important stations where the limited
stops. One result of this policy is that
the entire country is coming to de depend
pend depend on autoes, and steadily demand demanding
ing demanding better roads, so it is not an un unmixed
mixed unmixed evil.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms or
furnished for light housekeeping;
newly papered and painted; large
and pleasant rooms at very reas reasonable
onable reasonable rates. Call at corner of
Adams and Main street or Mc Mc-Lucas,
Lucas, Mc-Lucas, at Ocala House barber
shop. c 25-6t
All members of Fort King Camp
W. O. W., are preparing to take in
the Homosassa picnic on June 17th.
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-1 m
INTO THE IRONCLAD
FIRST FIGHT ON THE FRONTIER
WENT IN THEIR FAVOR
Rome, May 25. The war office an announced
nounced announced today that an Italian de destroyer
stroyer destroyer had raided the Austrian port
of Buso near the frontier, destroying
landings, railroad staKons and bar barracks.
racks. barracks. Two Austrians killed were
the first casualties reported in the
BECKER MUST DIE
UNLESS GOVERNOR OR U. S.
SUPREME COURT INTER-'
FERES WITH SENTENCE
Albanq, N. Y., May 25.- The second
conviction of Lieut. Charles Becker
for instigating the murder of Rosen Rosenthal
thal Rosenthal was upheld today by the court of
appeals. Becker now must die unless
he can obtain executive clemency
from Governor Whitman, who as dis district
trict district attorney of New York prosecut prosecuted
ed prosecuted him, or can oblain a reversal by
the United States supreme court.
PETROGRAD WELL PLEASED
Italy is Welcomed by Russians as an
Petrograd, May 25. Italy's decla declaration
ration declaration of war on Austria was cele celebrated
brated celebrated by a big demonstration here.
Vast crowds of men and women
marched through the streets and
stopped traffic until midnight.
ON THE SPORTING PAGE
E. W. McCreary says in the
Gainesville Sun: "Gainesville has
been elected to membership in the
Georgia State League, and now it is
simply up to the public spirited peo people
ple people of Gainesville to put up enough
money to carry the proposition
through. It will be the biggest ad advertising
vertising advertising proposition put over for the
benefit of this city in many, years.
Gainesville's name will be in the
sporting columns of all the big news newspapers
papers newspapers throughout the country and in
nearly all of the smaller ones. The
great thing in advertising is. in keep
ing your name before the public. If
we take this proposition over, our
name, (Gainesville) will be before the
public at all times."
W HOOPING COUGH
"When my daughter had whooping
cough she coughed so hard at one time
that she had hemorrhage of the lungs
I was terribly alarmed about her con condition.
dition. condition. Seeine 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. Grime3
Crooksville, Ohio. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
The members of the orchestra and
chorus of the commencement music
are requested to meet for rehearsal
Tuesday nighta the Baptist church at
A. E. Gerig, Director.
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
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AIID OCCUPIED TOWHS
T TO JOIN
ROUMANIAN ARMY IS PREPAR PREPARING
ING PREPARING TO ENTER THE RING
London, May 25. A Bucharest
dispatch says the Roumanian govern government
ment government is negotiating with the. allies
and that King Ferdinand has review reviewed
ed reviewed the army. Great enthusiasm is
said to prevail.
WILL SHOW GROWTH
IN SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK
Newport News, May 24. Evange Evangelism
lism Evangelism in schools and colleges was dis discussed
cussed discussed by delegates to the Southern
Presbyterian Assembly here today.
Dr. D. M. Branned of Milledgeville,
Ga., presided at the morning session.
Growth in all branches of Sabbath
school work will be shown in reports
to be presented to the assembly at to tonight's
night's tonight's session.
McINTOSH B. Y. P. U.
The B. Y. P. U. of Mcintosh held
its second annual celebration Friday,
May 21st, from 3 to 8 o'clock in the
There is a fine lot of young people
in and around Mcintosh that make up
thisxB. Y. P. U. It is under the lead leadership
ership leadership of Mr. Boyier, who is the effi efficient
cient efficient president. The members are
made up of all the different denomi denominations
nations denominations and have their meetings each
At 6 o'clock 18 members of the
Ocala B. Y. P. U. joined the merry
crowd at the park and after a general
handshake and getting acquainted,
all joined in several games. About 7
o'clock Mr. Boyier and several kind
assistants announced supper, which
was a treat indeed. And that Ocala
crowd sure does know how to act
around fried chicken, cake, pie and
such eats as that.
After supper all were invited to the
church where the members of the Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh Union rendered an excellent
program led by Miss Boyier and as assisted
sisted assisted by several members of the
union with Bible readings, short
talks and songs. One of the most in interesting
teresting interesting parts of the program was
the welcome to the Ocala" B. Y. P. U.
by the president of the Mcintosh
Union, and also the quartet singing
by four members of the Mcintosh
After a few remarks from one of
the Ocala members, the Ocala crowd
sang a couple of songs and a short
talk by Rev. Bunyan Stephens, the
Ocala delegates filled the big bus of
Mr. Gene Dobbs and returned to
Ocala at 10 o'clock. The members of
the Ocala B. Y. P. U. who attended
this celebration were Rev. and Mrs.
Bunyan Stephens and little son Mc Mc-Clure,
Clure, Mc-Clure, Misses Eunice Marsh, Mary
Gates, Rebecca Counts, Mary Lou
Luckie, Emma and Gertie Brigance
and Mabel Aiken, Mrs. R. L. Carter
and Mrs. Annie Akin, Messrs. Henry
Henderson, Frank Gates, Curry
Campbell, Tommie Pullen, William T.
Hood, W. A. Altman and Harry O.
Cole. The big bus was run by Mr.
Dobbs and the smaller one by Mr.
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
GERMA11 OFFENSIVE SEEMS TO HAVE
London, May 25. Heavy fighting
is in nrocrress once more in the west.
j British, German and French forces
are attacking at various points be between
tween between Arras and the coast. There is
no sign as yet, however, of a general
assault by the allies, as has been pre predicted.
dicted. predicted. RUSSIANS ARE COMING BACK
On the eastern frontier, signs of a
check to what at one time seemed an
overwehlming Austro-German offen offensive
sive offensive are becoming more apparent.
Even the flying wedge which was
driven into the Russian center along
the river San has been compelled to
give ground' by the energetic counter
attacks of the Russians.
ENGLAND BUSY WITH HOME
Domestic politics continues to ab absorb
sorb absorb England. The membership of
the new cabinet being formed is not
LEASE Oil CHINA
Celestial Republic is Virtually a Jap Japanese
anese Japanese Province
Tekin, May 25. The treaty be between
tween between China and Japan was signed
today. Under its terms important
concessions are granted to Japan.
They have largely "todo with indus industrial
trial industrial operations in China, particularly
in regard to railroads and mines.
China also agrees not to cede or lease
to an j' third power territory in speci specified
fied specified districts.
TOMORROW AND THURSDAY
Ocala has two good games schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for this week. The clever Waldo
team, which put up such an interest interesting
ing interesting game last Wednesday, will In Inhere
here Inhere tomorrow. Jolly will pitch
which alone insures an interesting
The Dunnellon team, which has
been doing some good work in its
neighborhood this season, will be here
Thursday, and as this wilL be its first
game with Ocala this year the game
is looked forward to with much in interest.
terest. interest. The Star would again impress on
the people the necessity and patriot patriotism
ism patriotism of their turning out to see the
games. We can't have baseball with without
out without a crowd.
THIS IS THE WAY
Mr. A. B. Connor of Belleview, who
has a large acreage of fine tomatoes,
a few days ago purchased from the
Marion Hardware Co. 4000 empty
tomato cans. As soon as the market
drops and his crop justifies it, Mr.
Connor will do what all of our truck
growers should do, quit shipping and
commence canning his tomatoes. The
trouble with our southern farmers
and truck growers, when the market
conditions are not good, they have no
means of saving their crop3 and an
nually thousands of tons of good food!
perishes in the gardens, fields and
groves. Such a thing is almost un unknown
known unknown in the north and west, where
everything is used. The crops are
either shipped fresh, canned or dried
and stored till there is a market and
very little goes to waste.
WHEELER AS A TRUCK GROWER
The many Ocala friends of Mr. W.
V. Wheeler, assistant cashier of the
Commercial Bank of this city, who is
managing the Bank of Williston tem temporarily,
porarily, temporarily, will be glad to know that he
is adding materially to his personal
balance from the returns of a 40 40-acre
acre 40-acre cucumber field. Mr. Wheeler,
unknown to his friends here, went in
with two other men and planted the
cukes. They are shipping some very
choice cukes now and are ahead on
their expenses. They will make, it is
said, two to three thousand dollars
clear, each, out of the venture. The
Williston people are all doing fine
with their cukes and getting good
returns from the fine crop.
OF THE UNITED STATES AMONG
THE FINANCIAL POWERS
Washington, D: C, May. 25. Gov Governor
ernor Governor Hamlin of the Federal Reserve
Board today dtclared to the delegates
attending the Pan-American financial
conference here, that the. United
States was never Before in the posi position
tion position it occupies today to extend its
trade by granting credit to nations
who wish. to be its customers. The
speaker briefly referred to the new
federal reserve banking system and
predicted it will be "one of the
strongest systems in the world."
' SPLENDID PICTURE STORY
It being Monday night, the worst
evening in the week, the Templo
didn't have as big a crowd last night
as it would have had; however, the at attendance
tendance attendance was large. "The Life of
Christ" is a splendidly illustrated
picture story. It is most interesting
to Bible students, and quite a treat
for anybody to see.
At the Temple tonight will be the
"Exploits 'of Elaine," the Ford week weekly
ly weekly and a Vitagraph drama featuring
At 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. May
23, a very quiet little wedding was
solemnized at the residence of Rev.
Bunyan Stephens. The contracting
parties were Mr. John T. Fefts and
Miss Edna W. Miller. Only the sis sister
ter sister of the groom and three intimate
friends were present.
The talented bride is the eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, who live about three miles north
of Ocala. She was' very sweet and
attractive in a dainty lace, trimmed,
rice flake voile dress.
The groom is one of our best known
police officers. He came to Ocala
over a year ago from Laurens, S. C.
Their many good friends join in
wishing this handsome young couple
a long and happy wedded life. For
the present they will make their
home with the groom's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Felts, in North Ocala.
Mr. M. R. Williams, the affable
agent of the Atlantic Coast Line,
calls the attention of the Star's read readers
ers readers to the close connection made by
train No. 10 on his road for people
who desire to attend the Richmond
reunion. No. 10 passes Ocala at
G:05 a. m. Passengers on it arrive
in Jacksonville just at tha proper
time to obtain their dinners and then
go straight on to Richmond, where
they will arrive the next morning.
BEST THING FOR
A BILIOUS ATTACK
"Om account of my confinement in
the printing office I have for years
been a chronic sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I had an attack that was so severe
that I was not nble to go to the case
for two days. Failing to get any re relief
lief relief from any other treatment, I took
three of Chamberlain's Tablets and
the next day I felt like a new man,"
writes H. C. Bailey, editor Carolina
News, Chanin, S. C. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
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.
Woodmen meet Friday evening
00 BHIUDT FOR
. THE LUSITAfllA DCIDEDT
OPIIIIOII PREVAILS III GtlJi CHICLES THAT THE AKS17EI1
WILL BE AMICABLE ;
Washington, D. C, May 25 "Presi "President
dent "President Wilson told callers today that he
did not know the cause for the delay
in the German reply to the United
States note regarding the sinking of
the Lusitania, but presumed the Ger German
man German government was for the moment
absorbed with the new circumstances
resulting in Italy's entrance into the
In German quarters it is said the
reply will be of such character as
will satisfy American public opinion.
EXTRA SESSION NOT CONSID CONSIDERED
ERED CONSIDERED President Wilson said today, he had
not considered calling an extra ses session
sion session of Congress in October. He re remarked
marked remarked his mind had been occupied
with other matters and that he still
had plenty of time to think about an
PUBLISHED NEUTRALITY PROC PROCLAMATION
LAMATION PROCLAMATION A neutrality proclamation by. the
United States, covering the entrance
of Italy into the European war was
published by the state department to today
day today under date of May 2ith.
IS III HUE
HOLLAND JOINS THE UNITED
STATES ; PROTESTS AGAINST
SINKING OF LUSITANIA
The Hague, May 25. Holland has
sent a note to Germany, protesting
against the sinking of the Lusitania.
It is substantially the same as that
sent by the United States. Several
Dutch subjects were lost when the
Lusitania was torpedoed.
NOTHING TO SAY
Lost No Lire by the Sinking of the
Washington, May 25. The Swiss
legation here last night issued a state statement
ment statement denying that Switzerland had
made representations to Germany re regarding
garding regarding the reported loss of Swiss
lives on the Lusitania. The state statement
ment statement said no Swiss citizens were
aboard the vessel.
KILLED THE CONSUL
Italy has Another Grievance Against
London, May 25 An Odessa News
dispatch says the Italian consul at
Constantinople has been killed.
PIECE OF PROPERTY
Miss Lillie Frost yesterday pur purchased
chased purchased the home of Mr. W. L. Hodge,
No. 419 West Broadway. The prop property
erty property is located next to Miss Frost's
home and was bought as an invest investment.
ment. investment. She will, have it worked over
before renting it. Mr. Hodge has
moved to No. C28 North Magnolia
If yoa intend going to the Confed Confederate
erate Confederate reunion at Richmond, den't fail
to consult the advertisement else elsewhere
where elsewhere of the Seaboard Air Line. Its
the "official route" and the fare is
only $15.75. No one who can aUend
this reunion should fail to go. It will
be greater than any to follow, ind
there will not be many more.
SEE 11115 FARM on the Silrr
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegett jles, milk and eggs, tf
USUAL WHOLESALE CLAIMS
OF CAPTURE MADE BY
Berlin, May 25. General MacK ri risen
sen risen has renewed the offensive against
the Russians north of Przemysl. Yes Yesterday
terday Yesterday he captured 21,000 prisoners,
according to the official statement cf
the German war off.ee today.
. A CARD OF THANKS
Editor Star: Will you kindly al allow
low allow u space through the col arms cf
your pr.per to express gratitude to
our n any friends who so kindly ad administered
ministered administered to the last wants of our
precious little one in her last hours
of sickness and suffering.
The many acts of kindness end
words of sympathy will long be
cherished in our hearts, and we com commend
mend commend them to our Heavenly Father
who alone can reward them as they
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Edwards.
Speaking of the Riggs bank, which
is having a setto with government of officials,
ficials, officials, one of our local bankers says
the Riggs bank is one of the best
and fairest financial institutions in
the country. In the present difficulty,
he thinks there is much misunder misunderstanding
standing misunderstanding and some spite on both
Buildings: D. E. Mclver.
Executive: Z. C. ChamblLss, Chair Chairman;
man; Chairman; D. E. Mclver, Baxter Carn.
Finance: Baxter Carn, chairman;
L. K. Edwards.
Live Stock Exhibits: L. K. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, chairman; E. C Beuchler, O.
M. Gale, IL IL Whitworth, Jcha
Mathews, J. R. Williams, Dr. S. IL
Blitch, S. T. Sistrunk.
Agricultural Exhibits: Baxter
Cam, chairman; S. J. McCuIly, J. W.
Davis B. R. Blitch, J. W. LufTrnan,
W. M. Gist, Chas. B. Howell, J. T.
Raw Is, Geo. IL- Dyke, M. M. Proctor,
Jno. R. Rogers, J. B. Martin, J. W.
Stevens, W. J. Crosby.
Machinery and Implements: Brace
Meffert, chairman; W. A. Knight, C.
Minerals and Woods: Clarence
Meffert, chairman; F. B. Beckham,
Publicity: Frank Harris, chairman;
R. R. Carroll, J. D. Rooney.
Amusements: J. M. Meffert, chair chairman;
man; chairman; A. C. Cobb, the secretary.
Domestic Exhibits: Mrs. J. R.
Moorhead, and assistants.
Horticultural Exhibits: E. I
Wartmann, chairman; John Lewis, S.
F. Rou, R. L. Lytle, E. L. Carney, V.
G. Norsworthy, 11. O. Cordery.
Poultry Exhibits: E. C Bennett,
chairman; J. L. Davis, Mr si Nathan
Mayo, A. P. Bitting, Mrs. S. II.
Blitch, II. Schroeder, Mrs. George J.
Blitch, D. S. Cromartie, Mrs, J. T.
Rawls, Mrs. D. HaskilL W. M. Shock Shock-ley.
ley. Shock-ley. Manufactures: John Taylor, T. I.
Arnold, Waldo Martin.
Negro Department: Jos. L. Wiley,
chairman; Frank P. Gadson, V.'. P.
Wilson, M. D-, Fred K. Powers, G. G.
Giles, secretary. t
Horticultural Department: Chas. F.
Agricultural Department: Travis
Live Stock: C G. Frazier.
Poultty Department: E. C Ben Bennett.
nett. Bennett. Domestic Department: Mrs. J. II.
Domestic Department (Nero);
Powers, and assistants.
Of Races: Charles Goiiard.
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Why should any measure pertain pertaining
ing pertaining to the public affairs of Ocala, or
any other city, be gumshoed thru the
legislature without the knowledge of
the people? Is it not the truth that
to fully discuss every law passed is
one of the principles of democratic
government? Does any public-spirit
ed man ever try to hide anything he
believes is being done in the public
interest? Is it not true that some of
the most corrupt schemes from which
American cities have suffered have
been passed by legislatures or boards
of aldermen without the knowledge
or against the wishes of the people
concerned ? What is the use of having
representative government if laws
can be passed to suit one man, or
two, or three, in a community? WTiy
not have an autocracy and relieve the
people of the trouble of looking after
their own affairs ?
ING BISMARCK'S WORK
If the shade of Bismarck could re revisit
visit revisit Europe, it might stand aghast at
the wreck of the elaborate structure
the man of blood and iron built up
for, as he doubtless believed, the
good of his country.
Bismarck's greatest work was the
unification of Germany. That stands,
and probably will; foreign assault is
Jikely to weld the German states more
closely together than shatter them.
His second greatest work was the
triple alliance that compact and
powerful arch of nations built across
Eutope, and fully able to protect its
three members, Germany, -Austria
and Italy from any combination that
could be, brought against them.
It has often been said, with much
truth, that in an alliance of which
Austria was a member, Italy had no
business. For almost 200 years, Aus Austria
tria Austria was Italy's most cruel oppressor,
holding her richest provinces and
fostering in the others a dissension
that prevented their union.
Coming to the aid of Italy, France,
ever the most chivalric and unselfish
of European nations, in 1859 first
broke the strangle hold of Austria
and made an united Italy possible
Unfortunately, France was ruled by
Louis Napoleon, who was guided
more by selfish ambition than regard
for humanity or the glory of his
country. Under his malignant in
fluence, France took for her services
Nice and Savoy, about half as much
as the French enabled the Italians to
gain in Lombardy. Venice was left
inthe hands of Austria. Meantime
French troops garrisoned Rome
against the Italian people. And so
France lost most of the gratitude and
future help .that Italy would doubt
less have gladly given.
Bismarck took advantage of this
and joined hands with Italy in the
war of 1866, when he compelled Aus
tria to surrender Venice to the Ital
ians. It would have been well for
Germany had Bismarck also compell
ed Austria to give up Istria and the
Trentino, the "Italy unredeemed
Jthat has been a festering sore for
"forty-nine years, and has now gaped
into an open wound.
However, not even Bismarck could
foresee everything, and perhaps "It "Italy
aly "Italy irredentia" alone would not have
brought about war.
Later on, France, reviving from the
Franco-Prussian war, annexed to her
already great African province of
Algeria, Tunis, which Italy from the
day of unification, had looked upon
as her own.'- This added further to
the ill-feeling between two nations
which would seem to be naturally in intended
tended intended to be friends.
It was about this time that Bis Bismarck
marck Bismarck soothed Austria and placated
Italy, and bound them in the triple
alliance that might have lasted yet
many years had all Bismarck's ideals
been worked out.
But Austria is the Bourbon of Eu Europecan't
ropecan't Europecan't learn anything and can't
forget anything. A policy of repres repression
sion repression was steadily pursued toward the
Italians in Latin provinces the idea
of the government was to transform
them into machine-made Austrians
they could have no schools nor offi official
cial official papers in their own language,
and in a thousand petty ways they
were given to understand they were
a subjeet race, making their kindred
across the line more and more angry.
Then Italy, with more or less jus justice,
tice, justice, went after Tripoli, which she
undoubtedly needed. But since the
days of Bismarck Wilhelm had be become
come become "protector of the poor" for the
Turk; Italy was given to understand
that her course was displeasing to
the august friend of herself, and the
Paynim, at Berlin, when she tried to
ra-establish the white man's rule in
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tne irienu oi itaiy, ano prven ner
friendship in a thousand ways. And
Italy and France steadily' drew to-
gether, not as the result of diplomacy,
but because of the natural friendship
of their peoples.
So, it is no wonder that when Wil
helm and Franz Josef hurled their na
tions into the crowning horror of
world war, Victor Emanuel held his
kingdom back, seeing no reason why
he should sacrifice his own people
and help slaughter those of friendly
No doubt that a majority of Ital-
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they were given -to understand that
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uincaa nicy anuwcu uieiiiseives w
dragged into this quarrel, which was
not oi tneir matting, tney wouia, at
its end, be severely punished. And,
to add to this, the one nation that I
had in forty years become Italy's
natural foe Turkey was lined up
on, nf th natinnS t n'mfit hv h
f ;o,rv,0f o,i 00
future punishment-and then as a
matter 01 sen-preservation, itaiy
scale on the side where it naturally
Bismarck must be dead indeed if
his bones do not turn in their coffin.
OCALA WILL BE ON IT
Secretary Rooney returned from
Chattanooga Monday, and brings the
good news that Ocala, "after all, will
be on the Dixie Highway. The com commissioners
missioners commissioners have decided that Florida,
like the other states, is entitled to a
double route, and while the first was
selected down the east coast, j.he sec second
ond second will be thru the center. That
this is the best and most sensible plan
is not to be gainsaid. Tourists al always
ways always like to see as much of the coun
try as possible, and in Florida more
than any other part of the route will
be glad to take one road going and
the other returning,
x .;u-. fu wxx,
branch off at Lake City and wil run
The Central Florida route will
thru Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg,
Orlando, Kissimmee, Bartow and Ar Arcadia,
cadia, Arcadia, and will thence turn eastward
to Miami and the east coast.
A meeting of the Central Florida
forces will, be held at Orlando June
10. It will be attended by county
commissioners, delegates from boards
of trade and good roads workers gen
erally, and it is very important that
Marion county should be largely rep
Mr. Rooney makes the following
Much has been said and published in
reference to the .Dixie Highway. A
telegram I received from Mr. Bums
of Winter Haven, who remained in
Chattanooga awaiting the final ac action
tion action of the commissioners, clearly
proves what I have contended from
the beginning, that two routes would
Anyone attending the convention,
with the mighty forces contending for
their routes, putting forth all energy
and argument, would soon have felt
the pressure was going to be so
strong that the only logical solution
of the problem was an eastern and
Now, come down to our state. I was
one of the factors in urging the Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee route and pledged the sup support
port support of Central Florida, and felt sure
South Florida would join with us to
this end, and so they did. The repre representatives
sentatives representatives from the other sections of
our state have been working night
and day, bending every energy to
secure recognition for Central Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. We all worked in harmony, pull pulling
ing pulling together, and on the last day is issued
sued issued a set of resolutions which were
sent to the Florida commissioners,
Messrs. Belcher and Saxon, setting
forth clearly some facts which could
not be overlooked. Hence the decis decision
ion decision giving ninety days to define the
Central Florida route.
Wednesday, the 26th, there is to
be a get-together meeting of the var various
ious various boards of trade in the state at
Tampa, and on June 10th a big good
roads rally, at Orlando will be held
under the call of the special commit committee
tee committee of the Central Florida Highway
Association, of which committee I am
What Marion and all other counties
interested in this highway should do,
is to be at the Orlando meeting with
as large a delegation as possible as
we hope to have the commissioners
of Florida and the Miami chamber of
commerce present with a good strong
aeiegation 10 cooperate wun entrai
Florida, that through this harmoniz harmonizing
ing harmonizing of all interests we will decide on
the central route, and all pull to together
gether together and make it a success.
We don't want any more paper or
blue print highways, but we people
of Central and South Florida intend
this to be one of the principal routes
traversed by all visitors to our great
Let every man, woman and child
become a booster now for the
tral Florida Dixie Highway. Let us
go to Orlando and do like Rome and!
Dalton, Ga., did, line up our cities and
stay on the job until the commission-1
I ers name the route. I
J. D. Rooney.
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Mn Rooney received Monday eve-
mm? the following d snatch from Mr.
Chattanooga, lenn., May Zl
Rooney, Ocala, Fla
The commissioners have decided
it, At t .il
UP" aoume route tnrougnoui, max-
uncr tne eastern Florida route irom
rruv, t i, -..:n kc: :
The Florida state commissioners will
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re enven ninetv aavs to aenne tne i
xnA. V w.,wm in.
viB ctnfo rAmmisainnara onH MIomi
chamber of commerce to meet with us
at Orlando June 10th, and decide.
OCALA HIGH SCHOOL
The Ocala graded and high school
wiH ciOSe Monday, May 31st. Final
examinations, will be held Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday mornings.!
On those days the pupils will be dis-
missed not later than 1 o'clock in
order that they may not be subjected
w Liic suaiii ui laiwtiig inu Jung cjv-
animations each day and in order
mat tne teacners may nave time to
grade the papers and prepare the re-
port cards and promotion certificates
f 0r delivery to the pupils on Monday I
, 0n TwQ,iflV pvpnin, flf 7.4 f1A
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entertainment at tne lempie tneater.
The program consist of a spec-
tocular fairy play interspersed with
An q cast
111 it 1V OllU Ul Ilia
Scene: Garden of the Princess of I
Night in the Province of Darkness, I
Kingdom of the Sky. I
Act 1. Scene. Garden of the Prin-
cess of Nieht. Time, earlv eveninc.
Act. 2. Scene: Same as Act 1.
Time' early evening three days later.
Princess of Darkness, Daughter of
King Moon, ruler or the Province of or vanilla: fill the bowl about one one-Darkness,
Darkness, one-Darkness, Kingdom of the Sky Inez fourth: when" the cornstarch has set set-Sandifer.
Sandifer. set-Sandifer. tied lay on top of it six halves of
Princess of Dawn, Daughter of
King Sun, ruler of the Province of
tr- t. t ttt.-.i
oaiic dugway, ox woman s
Rights fame, of Hoboken, N. J. Car
Nora Mulligan. servant Mabel
Star Maids, attendants of the Prin-
cesg of Da--Louise RentZf Sid-
Strunk, Nina Camp, Katie
o.,-, nr;j, nnn
""W" aiu.i.,a ui
T" JP T"v 1
-nncess 01 uawn iaine tissenaan-
er, Agnes Burford, Theo Beckham,
Marian Long, Nettie Camp, Louise
Moonbeam. King Moon's courier
Norman Home. ;
Eloise, a poor little girl from earth
Flower Maids Irene Cam, Dolly... ,JT nht brown: out in
Jones, Ruby Edwards, Christine
Close, Marie Robertson, Annie Mc-
Kay, Elizabeth Home, Marian Mef-
The admission to this entertain entertainment
ment entertainment will be 10 and 20 cents and the
net proceeds will be used in paying
the expenses incident to commence commencement.
ment. commencement. Although this is the first year that
the school has had a department of
expression, the number of pupils tak taking
ing taking has been large and most of the
pupils are from the higher grades.
. The commencement sermon will be
preached Sunday morning, May 30th,
at the Temple theater by Rev. Gross.
All the churches of the city are re requested
quested requested to suspend their morning
services and attend the exercises at
the theater. A large choir under the
leadership of Mr. Albert Gerig is
preparing some splendid music for
On Monday morning after the
pupils have received their promotion
certificates and report cards and have
been dismissed for the term, the
teachers will be "at home" to patrons
and friends of the school, in their
rooms where will be displayed the
drawings, maps, arithmetic, spelling
and language papers and other handi handiwork
work handiwork and written work of the year.
Thi3 is the first time that this part
of the school has observed a patron's
day. WTiile the exhibit will be only
a beginning and a prophecy of what
may be expected in the future, those
who come will find the display inter interesting
esting interesting and instructive. This will be
especially true of the exhibit of the
home economics department.
On Monday evening the regular
graduating exercises will take place.
The class this year consists of seven
girls and four boys. They will pre present
sent present a varied and interesting pro program
gram program interspersed with music both
vocal and instrumental.
Woodmen" meet Friday evening.
GREAT DEMAND FOR PHOSLIME
The -Florida Soft Phosphate and
Lime Company of this city, which is
preparing to build its plants for the
mining and grinding of "Phoslime,"
the trade mark name of it3 agricul agricultural
tural agricultural lime fertilizer, has received,
since March 15th, orders for 1767
tons of Phoslime, many of them ac accompanied
companied accompanied by checks. These orders
were all turned down, on account of
the delay in getting the plant in op operation.
eration. operation. When the company is ready
for business, which will be at an early
Cen-ldate, and goes after it, with its fine
product and advertising campaign it
expects to put on, it will put out
thousands of tons of
will send it into all sections of the
state. The Florida farmers, truck
and fruit growers spend millions of
dollars for expensive brands of com
merciai iertinzers wnue, in most
cases, Dy the liberal use of our own
"auve "me grouna
purposes, as good and better results
could be obtained at from one-sixth
to one-fourth the cost. This will be
fullv understood and appreciated in
tVl npnr fiitiiro an1 thia L' n r t1 cA era
r,v w. ...
leased m the mimncr and shinmncr of
a&ncultura limes and soft 'phos-
nha toa will ha gnifhsr irrci r cfn
foard in the work of bringing our
i i I.
State HltO her OWI1.
F your maid goes away and unex unexpected
pected unexpected company arrives you will
not be without resources if your
canned fruit and vegetable cupboard
13 we" stocKed. A Jar of tomatoes to
ew. a Jar of cherries for a pudding, a
dlsQ .f4P1llckIeI1lie ad n
Into a menu that the most fastidious
epicure will enjoy.
Canned Cherry Pudding. Beat two
eggs separately: to the yolks add a
half cupful of sugar, a fourth cupful
of milk, a pinch of salt, two cupfnls
f sifted flour, two teaspoonfuls of
baking powder; last stir in lightly the
stur wWtes- 3 make a very
tiff, batter. Put batter into a deep
pan and push with a spoon until the
bottom Is covered. Cover the batter
with a quart of sour cherries, free from
y iuv m u v g jt a v v a ma j uv
from four eggs, one cupful of milk and
one cupful of sugar. Mix the yolks.
I tho mlllr Mnrl iha smrnr n nd nAA t ha
stiffly beaten whites last Bake In a
moderate oven thirty or thirty-five
1 cn maaing ae iuxe. Lane a
eep W"n nngers wmcn
of ,the ,ady fingen agalngt tQe
Qgij. jjour int0 the bowl a thin corn-
8tarcn puddlng flavored with almond
canned peaches, fill the bowl with the
Pndding and lay on top the remainder
or tne jar or peacues ana sprmitie witn
I shredded cocoanut This is delicious.
A Few Uses For Jelly. Jelly L a
pleasant addition to rice croquettes
Pick each croquette and fill the hollow
with Jelly. When yon have roast lamb
serve currant Jelly with cottage cheese.
In buying the cheese select that which
Is Tery dry. add a lltUe salt and mix
thoroughly with sweet cream. Lay It
In lar2e spoonfuls in a shallow glass
dish, ana in tne nouow piaces put a
-u-n?ii1 r oiirranf 1l1v? erv IaIIv
-hektkM ftfl th nit,, Wlth the meat
nn not add the ieUj to tne cheese un
tu ready to place on the table, a It
draws water If allowed to stand very
long after the Jelly has been added.
Use Jelly to fill the hollow in baked
apples, and as a luncheon aisn serve
h ric wlth a "P0001"1,?' ellJ'Xf
m. of hot boiled custard
and cover with Jelly. The hot custard
wui soften the Jelly so it will cover
uniformly. Stand in a cool place until
ready to serve.
Gelatined Peaches. Put in individual
compotes a half -of a canned peach,
cover with a semlcongealed gelatin,
top with a half of peach and a flufT of
whipped cream, garnished with a half
of an English walnut This makes a
very palatable and attractive dessert.
HOW MRS HARROD GOT RID
OF HER STOMACH TROUBLE
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everything I heard
of, but the only relief I got was tem temporary
porary temporary until last spring I saw Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and 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.
We now have on hand a full line f
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Stoie.
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
E. C Jordan &. Co.
219 WEST BROADWAY
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
FOR THE YEAR 1915
D. W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, M. J.
Geo. A. Nash. W. A. Knight, II. A.
M. J. Roess, D. Y. Tompkins, Geo.
John Moore, M. J. Roess, J. C
J. J. Gerig, H. A. Fausett, W. A
W. A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, jr. G
J. C. Smith, J. M. Meffert, J. J.
Sanitary c j
H. A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash, D. W. i
John Moore, H. A. Fausett, J. C.
Light and Water
J. M. Meffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Tnree unfurnished
rooms two blocks from courthouse;
lights and water furnished; bath
connected; rates reasonable. Call
phone 509. 4-tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; with
modern conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three blocks from court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-lmo.
FOR SALE 25,000 sweet potato
slips at $1.50 per thousand. C. Y.
Miller, Ocala, Fla., 104 Tenth
LOST A large brooch with setting;
lost between Wenona street and the
postomce. Keward will be given
for return of same to this office. Ct
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A 23-
acre improved farm three miles
from Ocala, quarter mile from hard
road; fenced; house and good well.
Will accept good horse and baggy
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,1
311 North Magnolia street. 20-Ct
FOR SALE A 12-acre farm with
seven-room house and large bam,
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
FOR RENT Large well located resi
dence property on Oklawaha ave
nue, now occupied by P. V. Leaven-
good, two blocks from A. C. L. rail
a a a a m
roaa. All modern conveniences
Address Mrs. O. T. Green, Ocala,
Fla-. or call phone 383. tf
FOR RENT No. 315 N. Orange St-,
four rooms, $3 per month; also No.
323, N. Orange SL, four rooms
electric lights, $10 per month; both
newly, papered and painted. W. C,
Blanchard, Agent. 18-12t
FOR SALE A rubber tired surry in
perfect condition, good as new. E.
M. Howard, Ocala, Fla. 14-12t
VEGETABLES. MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
Go Worth by Sea
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRXNS.CO
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent, Coral. Agt.
J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,
77ext tTne ? Jbavqood fTsfin?
THIS PICTURE IS ABOUT ALL YOU NEED TO TO-MAKE
MAKE TO-MAKE YOU QUIT WORK AND GO AFTER THE
"SPECKLED BEAUTIES' YOURSELF.
ISNT IT ?
WE'VE COT THE KIND OF TACKLE THAT
WILL LAND THE FISH THAT TACKLE IT.
WE'VE COT EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE-IT
IS PRICED LOW, TOO.
' '" -A Tm .air-"-
Tie New 1915 Model
PRICE ((Q) F.O.B. Detroit
Electric Starter and Lighting System ?55 Extra
EL R. CARROLL,
Ailent for Marion Count v.
i OCALA -
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tmr uhA mow
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OUR BO(E OS -PORS. GG3
Maa-aaaMa MHMaBB-BaMimM aMBaaBBMBaWaBBaHaB
Nature and science combine to make it so. Erery precaution La taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good Ice of mrs. Let cj
hare your custom we deserve it.
Ocala Ice & Pacldeg Cc,
NEWiYORK AND RETURN
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOD ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G- WENZrL) FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
r MIX nATt
Tickets on S!e May 2.9th to June 2nX
ine, limited to Jur- iCliu Lxlen&xm and
i op-over pri-L- IVr T?
rates, tchelL r t r- y.- JJlli
p. & t. a !Hvi5T k
OF THE SOUTH
OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1913
AN IMPORTANT MATTER
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS fi
(If you have any items for this
Thought for the Day
Until self passes out ami becomes
merged in the harmony of universal
life, a man's or a woman'3' chances
of happiness are not worth consider considering:.
ing:. considering:. Unknown.
The executive hoard of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club has appointed Mrs. James
Hill chairman of education and Mrs.
W. T. Gary chairman of household
economics for the ensuing year.
Mis3 Justina Rhody was the guest
over Sunday of Miss Edith Williams
at Lake Weir.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Snitzler, Miss
Florence Snitzler and Miss Louise
Smith have closed their winter home
at Lake Weir until the first of Oc October,
tober, October, leaving for Asbury Park, N. J.,
to spend the summer.
The Ocala friends of Mrs. C. E.
Bell, formerly Miss Mary Reardon of
this city, will, extend sympathy to her
and Mr. Bell in the death of their
infant daughter on May 20, at their
home in Tucson, Arizona.
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Miss Emma Van Zandt and sister,
Mrs. Theo Gano, after a stay of three
months in the city, left last week for
their home in Plainfield, N. J.
Mrs. L. W. Duval and little daugh daughter
ter daughter and father, Mr. Stiles McDaughal,
left today to spend the summer at
Long Grove, Ky., the latter's home.
Mr. Duval will join his wife and
daughter for a visit later in the sea season.
son. season. A bazaar and social will be held by
the Golden Rule Circle of North
Ocala Thursday, May 27, from 2:30 to
10 o'clock p. m. Ice cream and cake
will be sold. The tables will be ar arranged
ranged arranged under the large oak trees in
front of the residence of, Mrs. J. W.
Gates." Everyoe is cordially invited
to attend. t"
Mrs. .If. A. Waterman has, returned
from Jacksonville, where she enjoyed
a delightful visit to her mother, Mrs.
B. J. Potter and sister, Mrs. Mallory
Mrs. Jere Crook has as her guest
for a few days her sister, Miss Vera
Hill, an attractive Bartow girl.
Mr. J. W. Spratt has been elected
president of tie Florida Country Club
in Jacksonville. Mr. Spratt was a
visitor to Ocala in April, coming
down with the Jacksonville golfers
who defeated a team from the Ocala
Miss Rosebud Robinson, who has
been the" guest of Miss Kathleen Jack Jackson
son Jackson for several weeks and her mother,
Mrs. M. E. Robinson, who has been
visiting relatives in -Jacksonville and
Savannah since Easter, have returned
to their home in Tampa.
Friends of Col. John M. Martin are
showering him with congratulations
on becoming a great-grandfather.
Saturday, May 23, a son was born to
Mr. and Mrs.Abner Gile Withee at.
Watertown, Mrs. Withee before her
marriage being Miss Alice Martin,
daughter of Mr. and, Mrs. John Mar Martin
tin Martin of Jacksonville, who is Col. Mar Martin's
tin's Martin's eldest son. Mrs. Withee has on
several occasions been a lovely vis visitor
itor visitor to Ocala and her friends here ex extend
tend extend congratulations. The little man
has been 'given the name of his
Mr. D. E. Mclver will be number numbered
ed numbered among the Ocalans attending the
Confederate reunion in Richmond. He
will leave Saturday and will spend
Sunday with relatives in Columbia,
S. C, joining the Florida delegation
there and continuing the journey j
Mrs. W. T. Mcllwain of Lakeland,
formerly of this city, underwent to today
day today an operation for appendicitis.
Her friends here wish for her a rapid
Mrs. E. K. Nelson and daughters
of Tampa, have taken a cottage at
Ft. DeSoto for an indefinite sojourn.
Messrs. Herbert Lattner and
Stephen Jewett, who are the last con contestants
testants contestants in the 18-hole handicap golf
match for the cup presented by Mrs.
D. M. Smith, tied again yesterday
afternoon. They expect to play the
tie off this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brown, Miss
Helen Brown and Mr. Jim Pyles re returned
turned returned yesterday from a week-end
motoring trip to Live Oak. They were
accompanied home by Miss Flossie
Byrd, who will be the guest of Miss j
Brown for several days. j
Mr. and Mrs. Weller Carmichael j
and daughter will spend the summer
at Lake Weir, having rented the
Bradford cottage for three months. I
They will take possession next week.
Miss Frances Liddon of Dade City
is a formed attractive Ocala school
girl spending a few days in the city,
a guest at the home of her uncle, Mr.
G. T. Liddon. i
Honoring her guest, Miss Margaret j
Hart of Orlando, Mrs. Herbert Latt-
department, call 'phone IOC)
ner will entertain at auction Thurs-,
day afternoon at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. V. Tarver, where rhe re-:
A delightfully informal affair of
today was the weekly meeting this
afternoon of the Tuesday auction club
held with Miss Mary McDowell.
There were two tables of players, in including
cluding including only members and Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Hart of Orlando and Miss FI05; FI05;-sie
sie FI05;-sie Byrd of Live Oak, lovely guests of
two of the club members. The tables
were arranged on the broad veranda
and for two and a half hours the
games were a most interesting diver diversion.
sion. diversion. Late in the afternoon lemon
sherbet, cake and fudge were served.
The prize was an attractive Japan Japanese
ese Japanese basket.
Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Weaver were
guest3 last night of Mr. and Mrs. G.
I. Singleton at Inverness. They were
accompanied home by Mrs. Weaver's
daughter, Miss Ethel Haycraft, who
has been visiting Mrs. Singleton for
Mrs. G. B. Stein is visiting friends
in Jacksonville for a few days. Dur During
ing During her absence, her daughter, Miss
Mae Stein, is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. P. J. Theus.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
We have the best 50c pound
box Chocolates ever offered
in Ocala. Each one-pound
box contains from fifteen to
eighteen varieties, including
Nngatines, Cherries, Straw Strawberries,
berries, Strawberries, Ginger, Raisins, Co Co-coanuts,
coanuts, Co-coanuts, Butter Toffee and
Fresh shipment just receiv received.
ed. received. TfoxIsf's
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 gasrange will
make a big gas bill.
Ocala Gas Company
LEVITT PACKARD B00E
Music Teacher and Composer
Violin, Piano and Voice
Expert Piano Tuner
Y Talk to me about it ovei
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALWERS
fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All V.'ork Done by Licensed Embal
mf rs and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
UNDERTAKING, OFFICE 43
For Good Wood
BIG Load lor $1.
Your Order will have
'm mediate Attention-
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak'g Wajcoc Shop.
The Married Life of Helen and Warren
By MABEL HERBERT URNER
Originator of 'Their Marr ed Life.- Author of The
Journal of a Neglected Wife." "The Woman Alone," etc
Warren Decides to Go to Loidon and Helen Determines
to Accomr any Him
(Copyright, liw, ty the McC.ure Newspaper Syndicate.)
"It means a cool three thousand i
Think I'll turn that down?"
Helen did not answer. With tremu tremulous
lous tremulous fingers she wa3 tearing at the
margin of the "Final Extra" with its
flaring war headlines.
"There's no risk, I tell you," persist persisted
ed persisted Warren. "London's all right, and
I'll be back in less than a month. Now,
for heaven's sake, cut the hysteria.
Business here is dead! I'm not mak making
ing making enough to pay the office rent. If
I've got a chance like this I'd be a
chump not to take It."
Helen swallowed hard at the lump
in her throat.
"Jove, I'll have to hustle to meet
Griffin at 8:30," glancing at his watch.
"You'd better be getting my things
together. That small steamer trunk
in the storeroom?" .'
"Well, give me the storeroom key
and I'll have the elevator boy bring
it up. Get me an umbrella, will you?
Drizzling when I came In."
Helen got the key and the umbrella,
and followed him to the door. Ag he
took his hat from the hall rack he
stooped to kiss her with a brisk:
"Now,; don't be silly. You ought to
be deuced glad this offer came my
way. Don't sit up for me. Griffin's
going over the whole case tonight
only chance we'll have." And with a
cheerful "So long," Warren stepped
into the elevator.
From the front room window Helen
gazed down at the umbrella that came
out and "bobbed up the street.- She
was still dazed from the announce announcement
ment announcement he had made at dinner with such
Mr. Griffin had today offered him
$3,000 if he would make a rush trip to
London to look after some interest in
a stock company that had become in involved
volved involved since the war.
Helen had heard the details only
vaguely. "Sailing on the St. Paul to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow noon," was the part that had
seared Into her mind. Warren had ta tabooed
booed tabooed her fears. London was safe,
perfectly safe, and he would be home
in less than a month. Three thousand
and all expenses paid it was an offer
to jump at.
A deafening thunder crash, a zig zigzagged
zagged zigzagged streak of lightning and the
rain came down in sheets. It was the
climax, as it were, to her own terrify terrifying
ing terrifying thoughts. The curtains were
soaked before her hands, weak with
trembling, could put down the win windows.
dows. windows. Then, with her nerves still a-quiver,
she hurried to answer a startling ring.
What could it be? No one would call
It was the bellboy with the trunk.
"Mr. Curtis said you wanted this up
"Oh, yes, just just take it In there
In the bedroom."
With the lump tightening in her
throat, Helen looked down at the
trunk, which bore the labels of their
London trip two years ago." She had
been going with him then. She
thought of all the joyous preparation
for that trip!
Now he was going alone with all
Europe at war! What might not hap happen?
pen? happen? Her mind was filled with lurid
pictures of possible dangers. How
could he consider the money a com compensation?
pensation? compensation? Mechanically Helen unlocked the
trunk. The tray was empty. Under Underneath
neath Underneath were two steamer rugs, a shawl
strap, a heavy trunk strap. Warren's
traveling cap and an air pillow.
Slowly she took out the things and
scooped up the scattered mothballs.
For a long time she knelt there, the
rugs on her knee, fumbling with the
ball3 she had thrown Into the cap.
Her breath came fast. Her hand
clenched tight over the crunching
balls. Then she started up, threw the
things on the bed, rushed out to the
hall and rang peremptorily for the ele elevator.
vator. elevator. Not until the car shot up did
she take her tense finger from the but button.
ton. button. There there's another pteamer
trunk in the basement," breathlessly,
"that Mr. Curtis forgot. We're sail sailing
ing sailing tomorrow, so I must pack tonight.
Will you bring it up at once?"
In a few moments' the trunk was in
her room. With a desperate, feverish
haste she began to pack Warren's
trunk first and then her own.
There was no hesitancy- or uncer uncertainty
tainty uncertainty in her movements. Her usual
indecision was swept away by a reso resolute
lute resolute decisiveness. Her tense excite
ment acted as a stimulant that urged
It was after twelve and she was
crowding in her tray the last few few-things
things few-things when she heard his key in the
"Hello, you up yet? Take this, will
you?" thrusting at her the dripping
umbrella. Then as he entered his
room: "Got the trunk packed? That's
fine. Put in plenty of underwear?
Don't know when I'll get any washing
"I put In five suits," her voice mis mis-leadingly
leadingly mis-leadingly quiet; "that's all you have
"Ought to be enough. Phew, I'm
tired," peeling off his coat and vest.
As he threw them on a chair his
glance fell on Helen's packed trunk,
which stood conspicuously by the open
door of her room.
"Why, what's all this?" gazing at it
with a puzzled frown. "What the
"I'm all packed except a few things
IH need in the morning."
"You're packed! What in thunder thunder-Are
Are thunder-Are you crazy?"
" "No, dear, but I would be if I'd
let you go on this trip alone," wrap wrapping
ping wrapping her hand mirror in an underskirt
and putting it in the tray.
For a moment he stared at her, then
turned away with a sneering:
"Doa't be a fool! Cut that stage
acting and help pack my suit case."
"It's already packed. Do you want
to take that gray sweater? I left it
th?r in the chair." deftly fitting In
her bedroom slippers.
"See here, we'll settle this right
now! I've got enough to put up with
without any new capers from you.
Helen rose from the trunk and
turned to him with a fierce intensity.
"Warren, I'm going! I've thought It
all out. You've a stateroom alone
you can easily get another passage.
But if you won't do that I shall go
anyway. I've enough money of m7
"Have you gone starJc, staring
mad?" bellowed Warren.
"There's no use roaring at me. This
time it won't help. I'm going on the
St. Paul tomorrow if I have to go
-steerage. Dear," she laid a pleading
hand on his arm, "I've never lelt about
anything as 1 do about this. I'm des desperate
perate desperate can't you see that? I. can en endure
dure endure anything but the thought of your
taking this trip alone."
Warren looked at her In astonish astonishment.
ment. astonishment. It was a phase of her charac character
ter character he had never seen.
In the mildest and meekest woman
there is always the possibility of a
desperation, an emotional recklessness
that may never be aroused. Tonight
It had been aroused In Helen. What What-ever
ever What-ever she might feel tomorrow, tonight
she had this reckless courage that
knew no fear. She could have hurled
herself lrom the window without a
If Warren went alone he might
never return, he might in some way
become involved In the war ft was
this thought that impelled her.
With a muttered oath Warren strode
into the library and began sorting over
some papers he was to take with him.
He did not speak or even glance
toward Helen again. Tne papers
packed, still in a glowering silence he
took his bath and threw himself heav heavily
ily heavily into bed.
When Helen crept In beside him,
she pressed a wistful, caressing cheek
against his shoulder as he lay with
his back toward her. But he shook
her off with a savage:
"Let me alone, will you?"
With a sigh she turned away. For
hours she lay watching the white cur-'
tain as it fluttered out in the faint
light from the street.
There is nothing so Intimidating, so
fatal to self-confidence, as a sleepless
night," and gradually Helen" felt her
courage weakening. Her plans so
boldly conceived now seemed impos impossible.
sible. impossible. Yet for Warren to go alone to take
the risks she felt he would take if she
were not with him! She turned and
threw her arms about him with a pro protective
tective protective tenderness, soffly kissing his
hair and neck and shoulder until he
stirred uneasily In his sleep.
It was dawn before Helen's tortur torturing
ing torturing thoughts grew confused. .
A street in a foreign city crowded with
a riotous mob. .Was it London? Sol Soldiers
diers Soldiers with glittering bayonets were
shouting at something overhead an
aeroplane. The man leaning out of
it was Warren. The soldiers took
aim a crash the machine shot
"See here, it's almost seven." War Warren
ren Warren was standing by tke bed in his
bathrobe. "If we sail at noon you
can't lie there all day."
Dazed, bewildered, Helen gazed up
at him. The sound of his words was
still in the air, "If we sail at noon"
11ien her mind cleared.
"Warren!" She drew him down to
the bed beside her. t "You said 'we.'
You mean you are
"Huh, from the way you ranted last
night I haven't much choice."
"Oh. you have you have," as she
clung to him. "I was desperate last
night but I couldn't have carried It
through. But, oh, to have you take me
willingly!" The words ended In an
"Well. I've mulled It over. It'll be
about as cheap to take you as to be
cabling back every hour. Now hustle
you'll have to move fast!"
And, dodging Helen's clinging arms,
next moment Warren was whistling in
No Poetry In That.
"Don't you think there Is a lot of
poetry in the mere mention of the
j voices of the night?"
; "Hardly, if the voice Is the baby's,
i with the colic."
SOME FORMS OF
i RHEUMATISM CURABLE
! Rheumatism 13 a disease character character-i
i character-i ized by pains in the joints and in the
! muscles. The most common form?
: are: acute and chronic rheumatism
; rheuamtic headaches, sciatic rheuma rheumatism
tism rheumatism and lumbago. All of these types
can be helped absolutely by applying
i some pood liniment that penetrates
; An application of Sloan's Liniment
; two or three times a day to the affect affect-led
led affect-led part will give instant relief. Sloan's
Liniment is good for pain, and espe espe-cially
cially espe-cially rheumatic pain, because it pen penetrates
etrates penetrates to the seat of the trouble
i soothes the af flictetL part and draws
the pain. "Sloan's Xiniment is all
medicine." Get a 25c. bottle now.
Keep it handy in case o'f emergency.
Adv. tu-thu-f ri-wky
i SPINELESS CACTUS
Fruit and forage slab3 fcr sale
cheap next fall. Duy from me and
you will get the rapid growing var variety.
iety. variety. Some cactus are poor growerc
' D. Gamble, 1135 S. Orange street,
Ocala, Fla. 5-18-Ct
For the Attention of Members of
John M. Martin Camp Sons of
Your annual dues of one dollar as
a member of the John M. Martin
Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans
are now due. Our interest in having
thee du-j paid immediately is two twofold,
fold, twofold, viz: Our number of delegates
to Richmond and their voting power
is limited in proportion to the num number
ber number of paid up members in our camp.
There are over one hundred members
on our roll, and if all dues are paid
up promptly, it will give us an ex excellent
cellent excellent f Lowing at the reunion the
last of this month. Then most im important
portant important of all, Ocala will entertain
the state reunion of Confederate Vet Veterans
erans Veterans this fall, and as a part of your
dues are retained by our local camp,
we are very anxious to increase our
treasury as much as possible, so that
we may do our utmost to give the
veterans who will be our guests the
very best state reunion they have
The time is very ehort, and if you
have not already paid your dues, the
officers of the camp will greatly ap appreciate
preciate appreciate your prompt payment there thereof
of thereof to Mr. Henry D. Stokes, our camp
treasurer. Yours respectfully,
D. Niel Ferguson, Comdt.
BACK FROM THE FIRING LINE
First Aid to the Wounded
Paris, Feb. 13. At almost every
station on the railroads. wou will see
men shattered and wrecked for life,
men who must face the future hor horribly
ribly horribly mutilated, and yet they accept
their fate without a murmur of corn corn-plant
plant corn-plant or bitterness. It is the same in
England, in France and, I suppose, in
Russia, that all soldiers are bearing
their sufferings with, the greatest of
The best aid these men have is
within themselves. The human body
will best resist infection from bullets
when it is healthy, strong, active and
with all of its functions fully alive and
working. The best aid to this condi condition
tion condition is a vegetable tonic and altera alterative
tive alterative that will first put the stomach
and blood right, for these are depend dependent
ent dependent on one another. Good stomach
means good blood, and likewise' good
blood means good stomach.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery
covery Discovery helps the stomach to do its
work naturally and properly, stimu stimulates
lates stimulates the liver. The blood is purified.
Every organ is rejuvenated. This
"Medical Discovery" of Dr. Pierce, is
free from alcohol or narcotics. It is
made from the roots-and barks of
American forest plants with triple re refined
fined refined glycerine, and is the best blood
purifier, because it banishes from the
blood all poison and impure matter.
It dissolves impure deposits and car carries
ries carries them out, as it does all impuri impurities
ties impurities through the bowels, kidneys and
skin. If you have indigestion, slug sluggish,
gish, sluggish, liver, catarrh, unsteady nerves,
or a pimply skin, get Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery today and
start at once to replace your impure
blood with the kind that puts energy
and ambition into you and brings
back youth and vigor. Adv. a
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.
MAN TAKES HIS OWN MEDICINE
IS AN OPTIMIST
He has absolute faith in his medi medicine
cine medicine he knows when he takes it for
certain ailments he gets relief. People
who take Dr. King's New Discovery
for an irritating cold are optimists
they know this cough remedy will pen penetrate
etrate penetrate the linings of the throat, kill
the germs, and open the way for na nature
ture nature to act. You can'tdestroy a cold
by superficial treatment you must
go to the cause of the trouble. Be an
optimist. Get a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery today. tu-th-fri-w
SEE 'lllis FARM on the Silrer
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fiesh vegetr )le?, milk and eggs, tf
Of Mrs. ChappeD, of Frre Yein
Standing, ReUeyed bj CardnL
ML Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chap-
fell of this town, says: "I suffered lor
ive years with womanly troubles, also
stomach troubles, and my punishment
was more than any one could tcIL
I tried most every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good.
1 read one day about Cardul, the wo woman's
man's woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try iL I
had not taken but about six bottles until
1 was almost cured. It did me more
pood than all the other medicines 1 had
tried, put together.
My friends began 2sking me why I
looked so well, and I told Ihem about
CarduL Several are now taking iL"
Do you, lady reader, suffer from any
of the ailments due to womanly trouble,
such as headache, backache, sideache,
sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired
If so. let us urge you to give Cardul a
trial. We feel confident it will help you,
just as it has a million other women in
the past half century.
Bein taking Cardul to-day. You
won't regret iL All druggists.
WrHr .- Chartanooea Med;dn Co, L&d:
Adv-.sory Dect CJi&najoos. Term., tor ScusJ
'mttrm. tiM on your cas and 64-pa book. "Homi
aunnt for Woma." m plain vrapoar. M.C 1 14
and Svveel Girl Graduates
AT NO TIME IN HER LIFE CAN YOU BETTER SHOW YOUR DEVO DEVOTION
TION DEVOTION TO YOUR FRIEND. BY SENDING HER A REMEMBRANCE.
THAN WHEN SHE GRADUATES-UNLESS IT IS WHEN SHE WEDS.-
FOR BOTH OF THESE OCCASIONS WE HAVE BEAUTIFUL, AP
PROPRIATE GIFTS" COME TO SEE OUR WARES AND IT WONT
TAKE YOU LONG TO DECIDE WHATTOGIVE.
VfE MAKF WAUTTr RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
A. E. BURNETT
QCALfVS RELIABLE JEWELER
? "We Treat Your
i YdDnnir Ccolanm
Will last longer and look better if you end them to us to he
X laundered by our up-to-date methods. Our special machinery for
this class of work gives the best work that is obtainable with
the least possible wear. If we are not now calling for your laun-
dry Just call PnONE 21 and let as prove to you that there U no
X work superior to ours.
Imperial Steam laundry
R003I AND BATH
RATESrSSS- 75c (o $1.50 NO HIGHER
Dining Room with Moderate prices
Room Without. Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the Hou&e
flLKCTRIU K LEVATOR SIIRVICI; PHONES IN ALL ROOM
LOUIS N. LONG, Prop.
The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND BATH
X-J-O-X-X-O-C-X-O-X-;-;- O SM C'
FLORENCE C. WILLIAMS
Braids, Switches and Tranrlormalions 1
Made from your own combings
f Scalp Treatment, Facial Massage
Shampooing and Manicuring
Growing Dair on Bald
Heads a Specialty
Hair Matched for Braids, Switches, Etc
Residence 415 S. Orange St. Phone 102
CAPITAL STOCK S50.0 00.00.
State, County and City Depository.
JAMES COLEMAN ED MATHEWS M. D. JOXES
OCALA PUBLIC GARAGE
Now Open and Completely Equipped and Solicit Your Cosiness
We guarantee all rork befo re it leaves the fchop. James Coleman
wiir repair your motor ears in first class shape.
Our Ed Mathews is the best general blacksmith in the city. All
blacksmith work, wagon and hungry repairing, horse shoeing-, etc.,
etc.. quickly done and fully warranted;
Call and see us. We do our own work, very light expenses, and
can give you cheaper prices than others.
South Second Street West
'" (Second store west of Metropolitan Hank Build injr)
OCALA - FLO HID A
Try a Star Want Ad. They bring resuts
FOR A DOLLAR
FOR A DOLLAR
- O - 0rQrr
Q 0TA& tUESDAV, MAV 2S, 1915
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Elks meet -this evening.
. Royal Arch meets Friday night.
Bob-o-Links at Weihe's, the Ocala
Mr. C. D. Schultz of Inverness is
Board of Trade meets Thursday
Mr. John T. Lewis of Oklawaha is.
in town attending ourt.
Give her a Bob-o-Link. Weihe, the
Buy your arugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the best always. 4-27-tf
Mr. W. B. Gallagher left today for
Lake county to transact business.
Messrs. D. E. Mclver and E. A. Os Osborne
borne Osborne are visitors to Williston today.
Vulcanizing. All work guaranteed.
Blalock Bros., 107 Oklawaha Ave. lm
For plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 i
Col. R. F. Rogers is having his
home on Adams street repainted.
Mr. George Rentz left last night
for Miami to transact business for
his lumber firm.
Bob-o-Links for your young lady
friends. Weihe, the jeweler. 25-tf
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. O. W. Cordero of the Seaboard
expects to leave in a few days for a
business visit to Baltimore and New
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Mr. E. K. Nelson of Tampa was a
well known Floridian attending to
business in Marion county yesterday.
He was a guest last night at the
Our fountain sodas and ice cream
are the BEST made and our service
is Al. Try them. The Court Phar Pharmacy,
macy, Pharmacy, tf
Mr. R. T. Adams of the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington says there is no dull season for
him. He had almost as many folks
at his hotel last week as any week of
the winter season.
W. K. Lane, 31. T., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Mr. Ed Carmichael has been in
Jacksonville for several days super superintending
intending superintending the placing of a new six six-cylinder
cylinder six-cylinder motor in the freight boat G.
A. Carmichael. The motor the vessel
had has never been satisfactory and
the builders are replacing it with a
Go To The
BALL GAME :
: Waldo Ocala
: Ocala Coca-Cola :
Bottling Works j
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.
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.
; 93 C2
80 GG 2.18
. 83 77
78 C8 .32
82 CO .76
88 C8 ..
89 72 .14
93 71 .06
Local Forecast 4
Fair tonight and Wednesday.
The Profession of Mayor.
In Germany, where efficiency has be become
come become a national passion, the profession
of mayor of cities has been establish established.
ed. established. The people of the German cities
reason in this fashion:
"We have here a big corporation. It
Is a bis business conoratlon and more.
It is a big social organization as well.
On Its efficient management much of
our comfort, our health, our success
depends. Therefore we will get the
best manager we can find. If he does
not happen to be In the city we will
go outside to get him."
The cities pay well and employ the
mayor-manager for a long term of
years." After a preliminary trial he Is
retained indefinitely. In the larger
Prussian cities his ability. Is so esteem esteemed
ed esteemed that- he is usually inao a member
of the Prussian upper house. If he
shows unusual qualifications he may
be chosen a minister of state. The
mayoralty in Germany really offers a
career. Kansas City Star.
Left Over' Roast Lamb.
To use left over roast lamb take It
and cut away all the bone and gristle
and grind through a food chopper 01
chop fine in hash bowl; then mix with
six sprigs of parsley and two stalks of
celery. Add crumbled soda crackers,
one tablespoonful of softened butter,
a little salt and pepper, one spoonful
of minced onion and enough milk 01
water to make moist and then beat in
one egg and form into a steak. Put
in a buttered pan, place in a moderate
oven and roast for twenty-five min minutes,
utes, minutes, basting with melted butter or
good drippings. Just before the last
five minutes is up spread a generous
layer of fine breadcrumbs mixed with
e yolk over the top and sides tc
brown, serve on a hot platter and gar garnish
nish garnish with sliced lemon or parsley.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The good people of the church gavt
the poor children of the parish a boun bountiful
tiful bountiful New Year's dinner, and the de delight
light delight of the youngsters was much more
manifest than their table manners.
One little fellow was discovered clutch clutching
ing clutching a doughnut-in one fist and a lump
of steak in the other. He was reprov reproved
ed reproved for his breach of etiquette and took
the reproach very meekly. But a mo moment
ment moment later he turned to the diner next
him and remarked regretfully, "The
trouble about these here table manners
is that they was invented by some somebody
body somebody who wasn't never really hungry!
Just Let Her Talk.
"How did you happen to marry that
man, Imra? Did he please you so
"Oh, on the contrary!. But when I
told him the reasons why I wouldn't
marry him he listened to me without
Interrupting me for two hours, so at
last I accepted him.
An Eye to Business.
Drummer And so our friend, your
husband, is gone! He dealt with me
for twenty, years. Weeping Widow Widow-Yes,
Yes, Widow-Yes, and if you had come .a fortnight
earlier you would have found him still
among the living. Drummer Do you
think he left any order for me? Flie Flie-gende
gende Flie-gende Blatter.
. Great Bridges.
The largest suspension bridge In the
world is the Manhattan, between New
York city and Brooklyn. The longest
railroad bridge over navigable water
is the one on the Norfolk and Southern
line at Edinton, N. C, connecting Edin Edin-ton
ton Edin-ton with Mackays. New York Ameri American.
can. American. True to His Profession.
Physician I'm sorry, sir, but we
can't quite N sure as to what is
wrong with your arterial system un unless
less unless we put you under the X ray ma machine.
chine. machine. Publisher That's all right. I
never made any secret of my circula circulation.
tion. circulation. Judge.
Doctor You must go away for a long
rest. Overworked Merchant But. doc doctor,
tor, doctor, I'm too busy to go away. Doctor Doctor-Well,
Well, Doctor-Well, then, you must stop advertising.
St.' Louis Times.
What It Was.
"What's that loud talking going on
np In your flat. Willie?"
"Oh, that's just pa, losing another
argument to ma. Detroit Free Press.
Ignorance is the dominion of absurd absurdity.
ity. absurdity. Froude.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
MM SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(Continued from Third Page)
Members of Methodist Sewing Circle
Adding diversion to their weekly
meetings the members of the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist sewing circle, instead of as assembling
sembling assembling yesterday at the home of
one of the members to spend two
hours or more sewing, decided upon a
picnic to the country for today. About
twenty ladies left town between 10
and 11 o'clock this morning in cars,
their destination being a shady re retreat
treat retreat on the Orange avenue road, two
and a half miles out. The fancy
work that would have been done yes yesterday
terday yesterday was completed today and the
pleasant surroundings made the
nimble fingers fly faster, consequent consequently
ly consequently more than the usual quantity of
work was accomplished. At noon a
picnic dinner was spread, each mem member
ber member having taken a lunch. So enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable was the day that the picnic will
no doubt be an annual spring event
with the circle.
Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor, little
Martha Taylor and Miss Mamie Tay Taylor
lor Taylor are spending this week at Lake
Weir, occupying the W. D. Taylor
Mr. andMrs. George MacKay and
family will move to their beautiful
Lake Weir home next week to remain
until the opening of school in the
Misses Lois, and Delia Livingston
will return home Friday from Aiken,
S. C, where they have been visiting
their aunt and attending school.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski en entertained
tertained entertained last evening at a charming
little supper party in honor of their
son, Mr. Guy Zewadski and his guest,
Mr. John Cone, who returned to
Tampa on the midnight train. Others
enjoying the delightful affair were
Misses Marguerite Porter, Mary Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Jean Austin and Mr. Olaf Ze Zewadski.
wadski. Zewadski. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Mote were
guests today of Ocala., relatives,
motoring up. early this morning from
their home at Leesburg.
Miss Clarice Watkins, after a very
pleasant visit of several days with
Miss Gladys Drake, left for her
home in Micanopy this afternoon.
Miss Watkins is a most charming
young lady, and her Ocala friends are
always glad to see her.
Miss Rena Smith left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Memphis, Tenn., where she
will visit relatives for several
months. Her friends hope she will
have a pleasant vacation, and will
welcome her return in the autumn.
A splendid picture of Mrs. Belle
Dean, formerly of this city, appeared
yesterday on the society page of the
Times-Union along with one of Miss
Melvina Burts of Tampa, a recent
visitor to Ocala last winter.
Miss Onie Chazal has just returned
from St. Genevieve Convent, Ashe Ashe-ville,
ville, Ashe-ville, N. C, where she is a student.
Sunday, in company with others from
Ocala, she will leave for Richmond,
to attend the reunion, as maid of hon honor
or honor for the Florida Division, S. C. V.
Mrs. M.J. Sherouse and daughter,
Mrs. Laura Wellhoner, Mrs. F. Z.
Wellhoner and daughter, Miss Cara,
after a most pleasant outing at Palat Palat-ka
ka Palat-ka and St. Augustine, have returned
A large number of the members of
the W. C. T. U. of Ocala and several
from Weirsdale went to Kendrick to today,
day, today, to meet with the temperance la ladies
dies ladies at that place.
WHOLE FAMILY DEPENDENT
Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio,
writes: "Our whole family depend on
Pine-Tar-Honey." Maybe some one in
your family has a severe cold per perhaps
haps perhaps it is the baby. The original Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is ,an ever
ready household remedy it gives im immediate
mediate immediate relief. Pine-Tar-Honey pene penetrates
trates penetrates the linings of the throat and
lungs, destroys the germs, and allows
nature to act. At your druggist, 25c
To Mend Celluloid.
Any article made of celluloid may
be mended with collodion. Scratch
the broken edges to be mended with
a sharp knife until a smooth surfac
is secured. Apply the collodion and
press tightly together for several min minutes.
utes. minutes. Let stand for at least twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four hours. Liquid court plaster will
answer as well, since the main lngre
V-nt Is collodion.
Lame back is usually due to rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back with Cham Cham-bei
bei Cham-bei Iain's Liniment two or three times
a, day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere
SHEET MUSIC! If its published,
we have it or can get for you. LAT LAT-TNER'S
TNER'S LAT-TNER'S Piano Store. 4-21-tf.
Rexali Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
Improving th Family Tre.
"Look at this, my der, said Sir.
Nawrlch to bis wife, displaying a fine
case of jewels.
"Oh, you hare bought them for me,
haven't you? she exclaimed. "II ow
sweet of you!
"No, my love; I have bought them
for my grandmother."
"But she is a bedridden nonagena nonagenarian.
rian. nonagenarian. She can't appreciate them."
"True, dear. And she need never
know anything about them."
"What In the world do you mean?"
"Simply this, dear: It Is always ad advisable
visable advisable to have some heirlooms In a
family that makes any social preten pretensions.
sions. pretensions. These Jewels now belong to
my grandmother. When our daughter
Ethel comes out In a year or two she
shall have them, and when It Is un understood
derstood understood that they were once the gems
of her great-grandmother just see the
antiquity which our family will de develop
velop develop and all on account of my hav having
ing having a great head."
And Mr. Newrich threw mental bou bouquets
quets bouquets at himself with supreme lavish
WHITE MAN WITH BLACK LIVER
The liver is a blood purifier. It was
thought at one time it was the seat
of the passions. The trouble with most
people is that their liver becomes
black because of impurities in the
blood due to bad physical states, caus causing
ing causing biliousness, headache, dizziness
and constipation. Dr. King's New
Life Pills will clean up the liver, and
give you new life. 25 cents at your
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
. 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
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAIt
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
nieetb at Yonge' hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month alt73i) o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb. W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE No. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of .Ells, meets
the second and fourth Duesday even
ings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome.. Club house
opposite .postoffice, east side.
' David S. WlllUms, E. R.
L. W. Ilarley, Secretary. -Ad
Tul ila Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'cfloclc. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to vlsitlnr
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
. KNIGHTH OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19, Convention
held every Monday at 8 p. ro., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO.- 13, It. A. M.
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, H. P.
Jake Broarn, Secretary.
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castla Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Sarah C. Blitch, M. E. a
Kate B. Howell, M. R. and M. G
)LUtIOX-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge Tvu. A
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening or each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.' Ad
CON'CORDIA LODGE T. V. OF 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.
. Charles Goddard. C C
YVOODME OF THE WORLD
Fon King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hallfi at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C C
Chas. K. Sage, Cleric
LOYAL ORDER OF 31CXJSE
Ocala Lodge So. 69 L. O. M..
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. u.
Visiting brethern always welcome to
the lodge and dab house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofflco.
R. S. Rogers, Dictator.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida
in and for Marion County In
Emma E. Dursse, Complainant, vs.
Oren Dursse, Defendant Order
for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Oren Dursse,
be and he is hereby required to appear
to the bill of complaint filed in this
cause on or before
Wednesday, the 23rd Day of June,
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state.
This 25th day of May, 1915.
(Seal) P. H. Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court," Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. C
S. T. Sistrunk,
- Complainant's Solicitor. 25-tues
Thin ths Rain Stepped.
Australia is the land of contrasts. A
'drought ouce lasted for seven years.
But what Is there in moisture to com compare
pare compare with the persistency of Australian
rain when It does itu tit to fall? For
eleven weeks without stopping did the
rain continue to moisten the dry places
of Sydney some years ago, washing out
most cruelly the brief, bright season
of winter, when the Australian looks
for living Instead of existence and
peace Instead of pressure. And what
rain! It shot from the clouds like ar arrows,
rows, arrows, and the whole world was a bat battlefield
tlefield battlefield during that July. As the ar arrows
rows arrows darted into the earth the earth
rose and dashed Into the air. and rain
and mud met and grappled with each
other day after day, night after night,
week after week. And the battle was
neither to the rain nor to the mud. A
strange and horrid situation arrived.
Sydney ran clean out of galocbes. For
two weeks not a galoche was to be
had In the rain drenched city for love
or money. Then a fresh shipload ar arrived
rived arrived from somewhere or other. And
then the rain stopped 1 London MalL
Clothing used in the sickroom never
should be put In the laundry bag after
It Is used. Place It In a clothes boiler
at once and cover with boiling water
and soap solution and allow to come
to the boiling point. Clothing used In
Infectious diseases should be treated
this way for three successive days.
This not only kills matured bacteria,
but any undeveloped spores as welL
When the sickroom clothing is of thin,
delicate fabric one washing in the soap
solution and hot water, followed by
rinsing In hot water, will be sufficient
Insuch material the beat of the iron
in ironing will complete the steriliza sterilization.
tion. sterilization. It Is advisable always to have
some of the soap solution ready for
rase. Cut the soap In small pieces,
cover with cold water and set on the
back of the stove to dissolve. For one
boiler of clothes use enough solution to
make a thick suds. Today's Magazine.
8ulphurio Acid and Civilization.
Lleblg said that, we might gauge the
civilization of a country b? the quan quantity
tity quantity of sulphuric acid it consumed. The
total output of this acid is now about
o.OUO.OUO tons, according to the fourth
edition of Professor O. Lunge's trea treatise
tise treatise on Its manufacture. At least
1.000.000 tons a year have been made
in Germany, and that country has been
Importing about 100.000 tons besides.
Sulphuric acid is made principally
from Iron pyrites, but also from zinc zinc-blende.
blende. zinc-blende. It Is essential In the manu manufacture
facture manufacture of high explosives, but there is
scarcely a process of manufacture into
which It does not enter. It is said that
there Is no branch of chemical tech-,
nology that has been "more thoroughly
developed than that of the manufac manufacture
ture manufacture of sulphuric acid, but so keen is
the competition that improvements are
taking place all the time;
The 8nzwood Tree.
The remarkable sneezewood tree Is
a native of Natal and other parts of
South Africa, Its funny name was
given to it because one cannot saw it
without sneezing violently. The dust
of Its wood has Just the same effect
as the strongest snuff and is so irritat irritating
ing irritating to the nose that workmen are
obUged to sneeze even when they are
planing It. If a piece of the wood
of this tree Is put In the mouth it is
found to have a very bitter taste, and
no doubt. It Is this bitterness which
prevents Insects of any kind from at attacking
tacking attacking the timber of the sneezewood
tree. The fact that Insects find It so
disagreeable makes Its wood very val valuable
uable valuable for work that Is required to last
a long time.
Bullets of paper or tallow hate been
found to be productive of far greater
damage than metal ones when used
for short distance firing. During some
experiments In this direction It was
proved that, whereas a metal bullet
penetrated a deal plank an Inch In
thlcknfess and left a neat hole, a paste pasteboard
board pasteboard bullet had a far greater destruc destructive
tive destructive effect upon the target- A paper
bullet passing through six pieces of tin
placed at a distance of a foot apart
buckled them op completely, whereas
a metal bullet merely left a small
A Pound of Cur.
"My son." said the family man. -is
anxious to become a pugilist. I'm do doing
ing doing my best to prevent him."
"Let him go ahead. said the friend
of the family, "and have some one
pound him. Toull find a pound of
core worth more than an ounce of pre prevention.
vention. prevention. Philadelphia Record.
Photographs which have not been
protected with glass and have become
soiled either by doft or fly specks may
be cleaned very easily by wiping them
off with absorbent cotton dampened
with pure alcohol. Woman's Home
Used to Growling.
Mr. Myles What has become of
that nurse you nsed to hare for your
pet dog T
Mrs. 8tyles Oh. she's married.
"She ought to get along all right
She's ied to growling. Tonkers
Nothing of the Kind.
"I understand yonr husband lost hl
suit on n tethnlcality. Mrs. Nnrich."
Pardon me. Ir: III hare yrn un
derstand tha my husband pays cash
for his ckHIw."-Buffalo Express.
Large desdrf may swell op In mall
wonls. but a unnd gmln never jrt
tju h-d n f:ir Abraham Solomon.
Of Application for Pardon
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, who at the spring term,
A. D. 1U12, of the circuit court in and
for Marion county, Florida, was con convicted
victed convicted and wa3 sentenced at said
term of said court to be imprisoned
in the state prison for a term of 15
years on a charge of manslaughter of
May A. Fort, will, at the June, 1915.
meeting of the Board of Pardons of
the state of Florida, at Tallahassee,
Florida, apply to said board for a full
and complete pardon from the said
17-lOt J. W. Fort.
Exploits of Elaine
Ford Weekly No. 44
Pcafly ol Fiflli Avenue
Vitagraph Drama. Featuring Lillian Walker
Admission frorn 3:30 to 10:30, 5 and 10 cents.
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Haulli-a
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
COLLIER BEOS., -Proprietors,
lit. Her. Abbott Charles, Pre.
Five Mlle West of Dade Cltj and One Mile East of Ban Antonio
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1089
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MOUTHS
J. X. POST Ol 'I ICK, TKLEGUAPJI, TELEPHONE, EX PRESS and
A. C. I. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 6, 1914
SAfNT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
IclMinioinid, Va. audi Eeudu?iin
Account of U. C. V. Hcunion
EEEI EEE3 c t EZI3
THE PROGRESSIVE RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
THE OFFICIAL ROUTE
SpccIalTraln May 301Ii
Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.. Ar. Richmond .. 5:15 p. ra.
Carries free Reclining Chair Cara Tourist Sleeper. Standard Sleepers and
Dinin g Car.
GENERAL ROSEBOROUGH WILL USE THIS TRAIN
Tickets gol on all regular trains, on sale MAY 29 to JUNE 1. Return
Limit June 1'). On payment of 50c tickets extended to June SO.
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A. J. DOISSEAU, C. T. A.
Jacksonville, Fla. Ocala, Fla.
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FARE $522 IDAILY BETWEEII
The Cremt SKJp
TH Ixru' uwt mert rrmtiy tttmmrr as any fasiaad M4er af tim
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PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
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.or Oiling In
Quality or Price
Itev. Father IWnedlct, Director.
This is our
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Palm T?..V ,4 T".. 1. c : -r
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heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure be
lt can T,ot X7ear
It do the woik.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
cr tear. Call and tea ?
Ocala Steam Laundry ?
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