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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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SHIP IS ABLE TO PROCEED I

MBICf.ll VESSEL IMS TORPEDOED DDI 110! SOI OFF

London,. May 26. The American
steamship Nebraskan, Captain Green,
from Liverpool, May 24 for Delaware
breakwater, was torpedoed yesterday
by a submarine at a point forty miles
southwest of Fastnet, off the south
coast of Ireland.
The sea was calm at the time. The
crew immediately took to the boats,
and stood by the ship. It was soon
ascertained the Nebraskan was not
seriously damaged. She had been
struck forward and her forehold was
full of water. The Nebraskan did
not carry any passengers.
The foregoing information was re received
ceived received by the British admiralty,
which immediately communicated the
same to the American embassy.
NOT A LARGE SHIP
The Nebraskan is a small tramp
steamer of 2854 tons. She 'was bound
for Delaware breakwater in ballast
for orders.
IS PROCEEDING UNDER HER
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Immediately after she was struck,
the Nebraskan began calling for help
by wireless. Brdwhead received a
wireless communication at 9 o'clock
yesterday morning from Crookshav Crookshav-en.
en. Crookshav-en. A message from Kinsale, Ire Ireland,
land, Ireland, said the Nebraskan passed there
at 11 o'clock this morning, apparent apparently
ly apparently bound for Queens town. She was
down at the bows but proceeding un under
der under her own steam.
DENOTED BECKER'S LAST DAY
Recreant Police Officer Will be Elec Electrocuted
trocuted Electrocuted Soon After July 12
(Associated Press)
Albany, N. Y., May 26. The court
of appeals today fixed the week be beginning
ginning beginning July 12th for the execution
of former police Lieut. Charles Beck Becker,
er, Becker, convicted of instigating the mur murder
der murder of Herman Rosenthal.
AN ANNUAL EVENT
Excursion to Yaldosta, Macon and
Atlanta by G. S. & F.
The annual' personally conducted
excursion to Valdosta, Macon and At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta over the Georgia Southern &
Florida Railway v will be operated on
Tuesday, June 8, and from all indica indications
tions indications it promises to be one of the
most successful ever operated by this
line.
The round trip rate from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to Valdosta will be $2, to Macon
$4 and to Atlanta $6. The rate from
Hampton to Valdosta will be $2.25,
to Macon $4.50, to Atlanta $6.50; from
Palatka to Valdosta $2.50, to Macon
$4.50 and to Atlanta $6.50; and from
Lake Butler trie rates will be the same
.as from Jacksonville. Tickets will be
honored going on special 9 a. m. train
and on regular 7:40 p. m. train and
will be good returning on any regular
train up to and including Sunday,
June 13.
T4he special train leaves Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville at 8 a. m. This train will carry
separate coaches for white and col colored
ored colored people and also buffet Pullman
cars for those desiring such accom accommodations,
modations, accommodations, and will run on a fast
schedule, making onljr one or two
stops to pick ,up additional passeng passengers,
ers, passengers, and arriving Valdosta at 11:15 a.
m., Macon 4:30 p. m., and Atlanta
7:45 p. m. Excursion tickets will be
honored also on regular train leaving
jacKsonvine at 7:40 p. m., and arriv arriving
ing arriving Valdosta 10:57 p. m., Macon
4:24 a. m. and Atlanta 7:40 a. m.
This train will be provided with ex extra
tra extra coaches and sleepers for Macon
and Atlanta.
Arrangements have been made to
have plenty of refreshments on board
and the usual amount of baggage
may be checked.
Royal Arch meets Friday night.

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DUNNELLON HIGH
COMMENCEMENT
AT DUNNELLON
On Monday, May 17, the Dunhellon
senior high school held its commence commencement.
ment. commencement. The day was occupied with
the laying of the comer stone. The
building was accepted by Superin
tendent Brinson in behalf of the
county. s
Mr. W D. Cam, who was chairman
of the board while the building was
being constructed was present and
was interested in being shown thru
the building. Mr. Brinson .in com company
pany company with the trustees, Messrs. -G.
W. Neville, Dr. Wm. Griffith and J. M.
Barksdale, and the principal of the
school, made a close inspection of the
building. He found the domestic
science department very convenient
ly arranged with a good equipment
for teaching cooking and other house
hold arts. The laboratory has been
supplied with a splendid new outfit of
illustrative apparatus that would do
credit to a much older and larger
school. There is also a well selected
and quite complete library for a
school of this size. The building was
in good condition and the city and
county have full reason to congrat congratulate
ulate congratulate themselves upon having such an
attractive and serviceable plant.
The forenoon exercises consisted of
musical numbers and a splendid ad address
dress address by Rev. Anderson of Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. Rev. Way of Jacksonville was
also in attendance and on the stage
as well as the local Presbyterian
minister.
In the evening at 7:30 a full house
in the splendid auditorium greeted
the graduating class. The graduat graduating
ing graduating exercises were preceded by a
program of music and declamation.
The main feature of the commence commencement
ment commencement proper was the special address
of the occasion by Dr. John A. Thax Thax-ton,
ton, Thax-ton, state high school inspector. The
speaker was enthusiastic in his com commendation
mendation commendation of the school spirit as he
found it in the community and the
school. His address was a beautiful
gem of educational higher thought
and uplift.
The graduates then spoke their
graduating orations in splendid style.
They were Misses Marie Grumbles
and Louise Kibler and Bernard Grif Griffith
fith Griffith and Lester Smith. The diplomas
were then presented to them by Sup Superintendent
erintendent Superintendent J. H. Brinson in a short
appropriate address to the class.
They are a fine class and it is under understood
stood understood that theyare all going to con continue
tinue continue their work in college.
BAPTIST SUNDAY
SCHOOL PICNIC
The Baptist Sunday school will
have a picnic at Oklawaha Thursday
June 10th.
Bob-o-Links for your young lady
friends. Weihe,- the jeweler. 25-tf

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OCALA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1915

THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

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SCHOOL BUILDING
MR. HAYCRAFT DISLIKES
THE GRANDFATHER CLAUSE
Editor Star: In the Star there is
an article entitled "The Grandfather
Clause," by Mr. P. II. Nugent. As
Mr. Nugent is a well informed man,
it is taken for granted that he has
the proper interpretation of the law.
As the writer was criticized for his
endorsement of Florida's election law
by an ex-Confederate officer, he ex expects
pects expects nothing else but caustic crit critic
ic critic isrn for writing this article. Under
the law as it stood there was no more
danger of "negro domination" in
Florida than there was in Massa Massachusetts,
chusetts, Massachusetts, hence the uselessness of a
"grandfather clause." As an observer
from a local standpoint in the election
precinct in which the writer lives, he
has noticed that very few negro tur turpentine
pentine turpentine and sawmill hands are reg registered
istered registered voters. Very few of them
that are registered even try to vote.
The property qualification will be tak taken
en taken literally by a great many people.
If rightly informed, Rhode Island has
a property qualification to its elec election
tion election laws. It may be legal but it is
un-American in principle. The writer
says it in regard to any state that
has such a law and whether it ap applies
plies applies to a part or all of its citizens.
A state has just as much right to say
$5,000 property qualification as $500
as a prerequisite to the ballot. The
right of franchise can be narrowed
down until the moneyed class would
only have the right to vote. Then
would follow one danger to our insti institutions
tutions institutions pointed out by Daniel Web Webster
ster Webster in his speech on popular ani animosities,
mosities, animosities, "The natural hatred of the
poor for the rich." As the election
laws are freely discussed at our na national
tional national capitol, so will this one be dis discussed
cussed discussed there. Not only will the law
be discussed, but will be dilated upon
and distorted and the worst possible
interpretation will be placed on the
law. Such interpretation will be
an injury to the state of Florida. The
boards of trade all over our state
have worked hard to induce people of
other sections to become citizens of
our state. Such interpretations as
referred to above will have its effect
on the future prosperity and welfare
of the state. First, some will be led
to believe that we are not willing to
grant to them the same political free freedom
dom freedom that we enjoy ourselves. Second,
that we are so afraid of the "bug "bugaboo"
aboo" "bugaboo" "negro domination" that we
had to have a grandad clause to our
election laws. Third, it will lead peo people
ple people to believe that the white people
in our state are in a "hopeless
minority." The three reasons given
above will deter people from other
sections from becoming citizens of
the state. It is the welfare of the
state that the writer is thinking
about, not the political phase of the
question. The grandfather clause
will not change political affairs one
iota even to the election of a precinct

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110 EXCITEMENT III UII1I OVER THE ACCI ACCIDENT
DENT ACCIDENT TO THE NEBRASKAN

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Washington, May 26. Officials
here are disposed to await details be before
fore before commenting on the endangering
of the American steamship Nebras Nebraskan.
kan. Nebraskan. Some could not understand why
a ship bound, for the United States in
ballast, and therefore carrying no
contraband, should have been tor torpedoed.
pedoed. torpedoed. It is considered it is among
the possibilities that the Nebraskan
had struck a drifting mine.
REPORT FROM THE CAPTAIN
New York, May 26. The Ameri American
can American and Hawaiian Steamship Co.,
owners of the Nebraskan, received a
message today from the Nebraskan's
captain, relayed by cable, in which
he said the vessel had been struck by
either a torpedo or a mine.
RETURNING TO LIVERPOOL
London, May 26. The American
steamship Nebraskan passed Queens Queens-town
town Queens-town this afternoon tinder her own
steam on the way back to Liverpool.
A HUGE FIELD OF MELONS
Just south of Conant, on the Ocala Ocala-Leesburg
Leesburg Ocala-Leesburg road, theer, is one of the
finest and largest fields of melons we
have ever seen. This field contains
just 500 acres in a solid square. The
plat is new ground and the vines are
large and thrifty. The melons were
planted by 'a syndicate of northern
people on land sold them recently by
the Lake County Land. Owners Asso Association
ciation Association of Fruitland Park. 'The syn syndicate
dicate syndicate will load the melons from a
railroad siding close by and the haul
will be little more than across the
field.
The Temple will give its friends a
fine mid-week program this evening
with the Pathe Weekly, a Vitagraph
comedy, an S. & A.- drama and a
Lubin. A big show and a good one.
The com fields of the state and
especially of Marion county show a
remarkable growth during the past
two or three weeks of warm weather.
With ample rains, warm .days and
nights, one can almost hear the corn cornstalks
stalks cornstalks growing on a still day, and the
past week has almost doubled the
size of the stalks. The acreage in the
county is very large and the crop, as
far as we can see, is to be a bumper
one.
The Dodge Sign Co., under the per personal
sonal personal supervision of Mr. Joseph W.
Dodge, is re-decorating the entire in interior
terior interior of the second and third floors
of the Holder block. Every hall, .the
entrances and offices are. being re repainted,
painted, repainted, papered and finished in an
attractive mariner. The work is not
only being well done but the con contrasts
trasts contrasts of coloring are most inviting
and the building will look like it is
brand new again when the work is
done.
In the circuit court this morning,
Frank Jackson, who killed another
negro in Silas Greens show last win winter,
ter, winter, and was promptly nabbed by
Marshal Adams, was found guilty of
murder with a recommendation to
mercy, and was sentenced to life im imprisonment.
prisonment. imprisonment. Steve Morris, found
guilty of breaking, into Allemand's
jewelry store, has not been sentenced
by the court.
constable. The writer agrees with
Congressman Frank Clark on- the
"much mooted" race question and
voted for him at the last election.
Though of a different political faith
than Mr. Clark, I certainly agree
with him on the "race question" and
only wish that we had more con congressmen
gressmen congressmen in Congress who held the
same views that Mr. Clark holds in
the matter. A great many people
say we cannot do without the negro
laborer. Why is it that portion of
Florida which is growing the fastest
has few or no negro laborers at all?
If the greater portion of the Philip Philippine
pine Philippine Islands were given to the negro
race then that race could go there and
work out their own destiny for them themselves
selves themselves and by themselves. A gradual
and a peaceful separation of the races
would be best for our country.
Chas. P. Haycraft.
Fellowship, May 24.

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GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF SOUTH SOUTHERN
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Newport News, Va., May 26- The
general assembly of the Southern
Presbyterian church this afternoon
selected Orlando, Fla., as the meet meeting
ing meeting place for next year. No other
nominations were made. The date
has not yet been set.
W. C. T. U. DISTRICT
CONVENTION. AT KENDRICK
In this progressive age it is a com common
mon common affair for children to outgrow or
hdvance far beyond the ideals set by
their parents. An illustration of this
was very much in evidence last night
at the Kendrick convention, for as
the union of that place is claimed by
the Ocala union as her offspring, the
mother will have to keep very busy
or the energy, zeal and success of her
foster child will outstrip her.
The size of the audience last night
would have delighted the heart of a
showman, and the sign "standing
room only" would have been useless
as there was absolutely no room to
stand another individual in the large
church where the convention was
held. A string of autos and carriages
were parked around the outside of the
building, each of which was occupied
to the limit; these together with the
many who were standing beneath the
magnificent oaks would have made
another audience as large as the one
already inside the building.
When the delegates began to ar arrive
rive arrive on the afternoon trains they
were met and made welcome by the
reception committee who carried them
to the various homes in the neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. Delegates and visitors were
present from all sections of this and
adjoining counties, from Weirsdale in
the south to Micanopy in the north
and from Montbrook to Ocala.
The address of welcome was deliv delivered
ered delivered by Mrs. Hattie Webb, and the
audience fully realized that every
word and sentiment was the language
of a warm heart, while the lovely
picture of the speaker, each motion
being an act of grace, emphasized by
the beauty of a mass of silvered hair,
will long remain with the memory of
those who had the pleasure of listen listening
ing listening to her.
The response to the welcome was
given by Mrs. T. E. Bridges in her
usual earnest and graceful manner.
The music which was one of the fea features
tures features of the occasion was under the
charge of Miss Esther Boulware of
Mcintosh, while Dr. L. F. Blalock and
Mrs. H. M. Hampton lent their mag magnificent
nificent magnificent voices to the pleasure of the
occasion.
During the afternoon a number of
white ribbon recruits were enlisted.
One of the most attractive features
of the evening was the gold medal
contest under the able direction of
Mrs. C. H. Shaw of Zuber. There
were seven contestants, all of whom
were winners of silver medals. They
were all most excellent but the judges
awarded the prize to Wilson Barrett
of Belleview. The medal was pre presented
sented presented to the winner by Miss Minnie
Neal of Jacksonville, state president
of the W. C. T. U.
After the exercises the whole au-
Great interest has been manifest manifested
ed manifested in the weekly war pictures from
the London Graphic, which are now
on view in f ront of Mr. Williams'
candy and cigar store at the hole in
the wall on Magnolia street. As is
well known, these pictures are of the
highest class and taken by special
artists attached to the forces at the
front." They will be changed weekly,
thus enabling the people of Ocala to
follow closely the chief events of
this great European war. We con consider
sider consider this a commendable enterprise,

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CAREFUL PREPARATION Of THE ITALIA!! ARLHES COUHTS
" HEAVILY HI OPEIiliiG OF THE COIIFLICT

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London, May 26- An official com communication
munication communication from Rome indicates that
the Italian invasion of Austria has
been extended over almost the whole
Austrian frontier. The Italians are
said to have occupied numerous
towns and forced their way through
the mountain defiles, occupying strat strategic
egic strategic positions. It is stated the Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians fell back everywhere, de destroying
stroying destroying bridges as they went.
ITALY WAS AWAITING THE OP OPPORTUNITY
PORTUNITY OPPORTUNITY The quick movements of the Ital Italian
ian Italian army would seem to bespeak a
long preparation, bearing out what
the perss of the allied countries con contended
tended contended months ago, that Italy would
throw in her lot with the entente and
was only waiting for the opportune
time.
CONFLICTING CLAIMS FROM THE
EAST
The new attack by General Mac Mac-Kenzen
Kenzen Mac-Kenzen against the Russians north
of Przemysl is said to have been at attended
tended attended by conspicuous success. The
Russians, howeevr, concede no new
victories for the enemy.
FRENCH ADVANCE NEAR
S ARRAS
In the west the Germans have made
some gains against the British, but
the French have advanced near Ar Arras.
ras. Arras. ITALIANS .RAPID IN
ATTACK
COUNTER
London, May 26. Austria struck
first with her navy and aircraft
along the Italian east coast. Italy
countered quickly by throwing troops
across the northeastern frontier and
occupying the Austrian territory
along the river Isonzo. Thus Italy
has apparently forestalled von Hin Hin-denburg,
denburg, Hin-denburg, who is commanding the
Austro-German troops on the new
front.
Rome officially announces that the
Italians have occupied a number of
towns and compelled the Austrians to
retreat. The Italian army's rapid
stroke apparently indicates a long
preparation. The first Italian bulle bulletin
tin bulletin indicates that two movements
have been inaugurated, one northward
toward Carnic and the Alps and the
other through Friuli toward Trieste
on the Istrian peninsula. Severe
fighting is expected. Austria calls the
Italian military operations on the
border skirmishes.
KING OF GREECE IS IN
A CRITICAL CONDITION
(Associated Pre)
London, May 26. The condition of
King Constantine is critical, accord according
ing according to an Athens dispatch.
and warmly recommend our readers
to pay a visit tof inspection,
dience was served with ice cream and
cake, the very warm evening adding
greatly to the appetite for the cool cooling
ing cooling refreshment, and tho the audience
was large there was an abundance
for all.
Everyone who can is urged to be
present tonight when a demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration of purity in literature and art
will be given by a class of young peo people.
ple. people. There will also be some extra
fine music and an address by the
state president. Miss Neal.
Special mention of the beautiful
decorations in white and gold should
be made, with an abundant supply of
the national banners and the word
welcome in large letters suspended
over the platform. Also an exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition of work by a little eight-year-old
girl, Edna Waters of Kendrick.
Do you use real up-to-the-minu'.e
stationery? Our initial and plain cor correspondence
respondence correspondence cards are this kind. The
Court Pharmacy. tf

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NO LIVES LOST HOWEVER IN
THE MEETING OF SHIPS
OFF NARRAGANSET
New York, May 26. The steam steamship
ship steamship Eyndam, bound from New York
for Rotterdam with passengers and
freight, collided early today with the
freighter Joseph J. Cunco off Nan Nantucket
tucket Nantucket island. Wireless messages re received
ceived received here said the Ryndam trans transferred
ferred transferred her passengers and part of
her crew to the Cunco, and that the
Cuneo later transferred them to the
battleship South Carolina, which
went to her aid.
!ad!y damaged.
At the offices
Both vessels were
of the Holland-
American Line here, it was announc announced
ed announced that the liyndam had 77 passeng passengers
ers passengers and a crew of 200.
ON THEIR WAY TO SAFETY
With the South Carolina alongside
and other ships of the Atlantic fleet
near, the Rhyndam is slowly steaming
for this port. The Cuneo is also re returning.
turning. returning. The latter carried a crew
of twenty men.
WELL KNOWN WOMAN
Sirs. Stuyresant Fish, Society Leader,
is Dead
(Aaoc4xle4 Pre)
Garrison, N. Y.,. May 26. Mrs.
Stuyvesant Fish, leader of New
York's social set, is dead at her sum summer
mer summer home here. She dfed last night
of cerebral hemorrhage after an ill illness
ness illness of a few hours, aged about CO.
AN IMPORTANT MATTER
For the Attention of Members of
Jchn M. Martin Camp Sor.s of
Confederate Veterans
Your annual dues of one dollar asr
a member of the John M. Martin
Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans
are now due. Oar interest in having
these 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 U3 an ex excellent
cellent excellent showing at the reunion the
last of this month. Then most im important
portant important 6f 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 guets the
very best state reunion they have
had.
The time is very short, and if you
have not already paid your dues, the
officers of the camp will greatly ap appreciate
preciate appreciate your promrt payment there thereof
of thereof to Mr. Henry D. Stokes, our camp
treasurer. Yours respectfully,
D. Niel Ferguson, Comdt.
WHOOPING COUGn
"When my daughter had whocpin j
cough she coughed so hard at one time
that she had hemorrhage of the lcr.gs.
I was terribly alarmed atxmt her con condition.
dition. condition. Seeing Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy so highly recommended, I got
her a bottle and it relieved the cou;?h
at once. Before she had finished two
bottles of this remedy she was entire entirely
ly entirely well," writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes.
Crooksville, Ohio. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

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OCALA CVEKtNG STAB, WEDNESDAY. MAY 26, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
case reaches hlhi and make oral argu argument
ment argument against the death penalty.
A strong sermon was delivered to tonight
night tonight by Dr. Jacob L. White at the
Baptist Tabernacle, in which he de deplored
plored deplored capital punishment. lie said
the death of Frank would not restore
Mary Phagan to life nor aid her be bereaved
reaved bereaved ones, and pleaded for commu commutation.
tation. commutation. The jurors held a meeting recently
to consider signing a petition for
clemency. As all of them were not
present, another meeting will be held.
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PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL PROPRIETORS
B, R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
. J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocr. Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
PHONE 51
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
probably thi3 week, at which it is
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(Domestic)
One year, in advance .$5.00
tlx months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
Oi4 month, in advance 50
(Foreign)
One year- in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
predicted commutation will be decid decided
ed decided -upon. .,
MELONS WILL SOON
BEGIN TO MOVE

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ELECTRIC BONDS
VALIDATED IN TI1E HOUSE

There is good news for the people
of Ocala in the dispatch from Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives Crosby and Henderson,
printed elsewhere. It informs them
that their electric light bonds have
been validated by the House.
A bill to validate these bonds was
introduced by Mr. Crosby some weeks
ago. It was turned down by the
committee, for no good reason that

has ever been stated.
Mr. Crosby, however, seems to have
gone after the measure in his usual
persistent manner, and the telegram
this morning says that he succeeded.
We do not suppose there will be
any opposition to the measure in the
Senate, and of course there is no rea reason
son reason why the governor should oppose
it.
The Star congratulates our repre representatives
sentatives representatives on their work in this in instance.
stance. instance. As a general thing when a
bill meets an unfavorable report from
a committee, it is killed; and if it is
finally passed in spite of such a' re report
port report it is only as a result of much

more vigorous effort.

disqualified from jury duty. At the
time Mr. Douglass was disqualified,
one or two men were excused on their
militia membership, which is an ex exemption
emption exemption but not a disqualification, and
the reporter got the names mixed.
AN UGLY INCIDENT

SOMETHING ELSE

The dispatch elsewhere telling of

the torpedoing of an American steam

ship off the coast of Ireland relates

a very ugly incident. In view of the

American note of a few days ago, un

less Germany, disclaims the act it is
difficult to see how the United States
can refrain from the most summary

measures.
President Wilson's note to Ger
many contained the following para

graph :

"Expressions of regret and offers

of reparation in case of the destruc

tion of neutral ships sunk by mis mistake,
take, mistake, while they may satisfy interna

tional obligations, if no loss of life
results, cannot justify or excuse a

practice the natural and necessary ef

fect of which is to subject neutra

nations and neutral persons to new

and immeasurable risks."

The Star this morning received the
following from ou,r representatives at
Tallahassee:
"Tallahassee, May 25.
"Editor Star: Your article in yes yesterday's
terday's yesterday's daily was unfair and unjust.
The people of Ocala have not been
imposed upon.
"Your city charter and paving bi?ls
were both passed.
"Your, bill validating the electric
bond election passed the House today.
"We have, given you all you have
asked for.
"Camp's bills are with a referen referendum.
dum. referendum. We are trying to represent all
the people and not one faction only.
"Crosby and Henderson."

Messrs. Crosby and Henderson
have missed the point the Star com complained
plained complained of. The Star, in common
with the rest of Ocala, wanted to

know why these bills went thru the
House without the people of Ocala
being notified that they were under

consideration.
When these bills went to the Sen

ate. Senator Terrell, a citizen of

Sumter county, did not think it was
right to pass upon them until the

people of Ocala had been notified

Why should our own representatives
be less careful of our interests than
Mr. Terrell, who has the whole dis

trict to look after, and is not suppos
ed to be posted on our local affairs?

Messrs. Crosby and Henderson have
probably only been negligent on this
point. In regard to their remark

about a faction, however, the Star

begs leave to inform then that the
faction that is opposed to measures
being gumshoed thru the legislature
is composed almost solidly of the
people who supported them in the
primaries, and who supported them in

the belief .that they would not allow

any measure to pass without the
people had been fully informed of it.
Another matter needs explanation.
In passing the city charter, two sec sections
tions sections were left out. One of these
sections would have confined the vote

in' bond elections to property owners.
As this section was one that was par particularly
ticularly particularly urged by the responsible
element of this city and as it is par particularly
ticularly particularly obnoxious to anybody who
may have schemes to put thru by
means of the floating vote, as Messrs.
Crosby and Henderson both knew
this section was an important one,
why was it left out, and why were
the people of this city left in ignor ignorance
ance ignorance that it was to be left out until
too late to remonstrate? .v
We have always praised Messrs.
Crosby and Henderson for what they
have done. We presume, that as an
independent newspaper, and one which
by the way doesn't represent either
a faction or a personal interest,
that we have a right to ask them
about the things they do not do.
The Star believes that any citizen
has a right to go to the legislature
with any measure he desires to have
passed. The Star also believes that
every community has the right to
know all about all measures concern concerning
ing concerning it before the legislature before
they are passed. We have always un understood
derstood understood this to be sound democratic
principle, and we don't think Messrs.
Crosby and Henderson will dissent
from it.

WHY THIS OUTBURST?

A CORRECTION

Earlier in the term of circuit court
this paper erred in stating that Mr.
J. M. Douglass of Weirsdale was ex excused
cused excused from jury duty owing to the
fact that he was a member of the
Ocala Rifles. Mr. Douglass is post postmaster
master postmaster at Weirsdale and is therefore

In yesterday's Star appeared the

following list of questions:

"Why should any measure pertain

ing 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 tha

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 o

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? Why
not have an autocracy and relieve the

people of the trouble of looking after

their own affairs?"

These remarks were all of a gen

eral tendency, based on fundamenta

principles, did not refer to any par

ticular person, and there was no rea

son why any one should be offended

at them.

Nevertheless the Banner this

morning contained a double-leaded

warwhoop in defense of Mr. Camp

whose name did not appear, so far as

we know, in yesterday's paper.

Following up this probably un
solicited defense, the Banner pro

ceeds to give the people of Ocala a

severe lecture, in which it says the

interests of the city are retarded by

private interests intrenched here, and

which object to interference with

their monopolies.

We have no doubt that the Ban

ner believes what it says, but in the

course of twenty years' work in this
city, the Star had formed a directly
opposite opinion of Ocala.
Be that as it may, the present is issue
sue issue before the people is that of the
people trying to retain something
they already have and which a pri private
vate private interest is trying to take away
from them. They are endeavoring to
keep the most powerful monopoly
that has ever yet attacked the city
from intrenching itself in such a way
that its control cannot be shaken off
without great sacrifice if at all.

Mr. J. M. Douglass of Weirsdale

was in the city yesterday and said

the growers would soon begin ship shipping
ping shipping watermelons from that section.
There are now scattering melons from

the earlier plantings that are 15 in

ches long or possibly longer and

these could be shipped in a very few

days, but there are not enough for
carloads. The regular crop is both

fine and large, however, with a large
acreage and the shipping will soon

commence in earnest.

A CANNING DEMONSTRATION

ATLANTA MINISTERS
FOR CLEMENCY

A special from Atlanta to the New
York World says:
Believing that too much mystery
still surrounds the murder of Mary
Phagan and that there is a reasona reasonable
ble reasonable doubt of the guilt of Leo M.
Frank, prominent members of the
Atlanta Evangelical Ministers' As Association
sociation Association have decided to petition
Gov. Slaton to commute the sentence
from death to life imprisonment.
At a conference just held this de decision
cision decision was reached, following a visit
to the cell of the prisoner by Dr. C.
B. Wilmer, rector of St. Luke's Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal church.
At the meeting Dr. Wilmer recited
the details of the case, telling of the
doubtful points, and urged action.
Other leaders in the movement are
Dr. J. E. White, pastor of the Second
Baptist church; Dr. C." W. Daniel of
the First Baptist church; Dr. C. O.
Jones of Trinity Methodist church;
Dr. Richard Orme Flinn of the North
Avenue Presbyterian church, and Dr.
A. R. Holderby, pastor emeritus of
Moore Memorial church.
The ministers decided to go in a
body before Gov. Slaton when the

There will be a demonstration giv

en in canning beans and crystalizing

grapefruit peal tomorrow at the res

idence of Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, be

ginning at 9:30 and lasting through

out the day.

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES

OCALA HIGn SCHOOL
!
The Ocala graded and high school

will close 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

to the strain of taking two long ex

aminations each day and in order
that the teachers may have time toj

grade the papers and prepare the re

port cards and promotion certificates

for delivery to the pupils on Monday

morning.

On Thursday evening at 7:45 the
department of expression will give an
entertainment at the Temple theater.

The program will consist of a spec

tacular fairy play interspersed with

music and drills.

An outline of the play with cast

follows:

Scene: Garden of the Princess of
Night in the Province of Darkness,

Kingdom of the Sky.

Act 1. Scene, Garden of the Prin-

cess of Night. Time, early evening.

Act. 2. Scene: Same as Act 1.

Time, early evening three days later, j

Cast

Princess of Darkness, Daughter of
King Moon, ruler of the Province of
Darkness, Kingdom of the Sky Inez

Sandifer.

Princess of Dawn, Daughter of
King Sun, ruler of the Province of

Light Mary Garrett.

Miss Jane Jogway, of Woman's

Rights fame, of Hoboken, N. J. Car

oline Harris.

Nora Mulligan, servant Mabel

Aiken.

Star Maids, attendants of the Prin Prin-cess
cess Prin-cess of Darkness Louise Rentz, Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Perry, Eloise Henry, Katherine
S trunk, Nina Camp, Katie Mae

Eagleton.

Sunbeam Maids, attendants of the
Princess of Dawn Callie Gissendan Gissendan-er,
er, Gissendan-er, Agnes Burford, Theo Beckham,
Marian Long, Nettie Camp, Louise

Spencer.

Moonbeam, King Moon's courier

Norman Home.

Eloise, a poor little girl from earth

Margaret Little.

Flower Maids Irene Carn, Dolly

Jones, Ruby Edwards, Christine

Close, Marie Robertson, Annie Mc-
Kay, Elizabeth Home, Marian Mef-

fert.

The admission to this entertain

ment will be 10 and 20 cents and the

net proceeds will be used in paying
the expenses incident to commence-j

ment.

Although this is the first year that

the school has had a department of
expression, the number of pupils tak

ing has been large and most of the

pupils are from the higher grades.

The commencement sermon will be I
preached Sunday morning, May 30th, j
at the Temple theater by Rev. Gross.

All the churches of the city are re

quested to suspend tneir 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

the occasion.

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

work and written work of the year.
This is the first time that this part
of the school has observed a patron's

day. While 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

esting 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

gram interspersed with music both

vocal and instrumental.

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The best way to get rid of little pests is to use our "destroyers"
and not let them START.
If they're started you must take care and quickly destroy them.
Insects and flies are dangerous ;they carry disease germs.
Don't let the moths eat holes in your winter clothes; get our
strength holding moth balls.
Do all your drug business with us.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store
J. G. PARRISH, Prop.
WE TAKE CARE

Our Service

Is Prompt

We fully realize how neces necessary
sary necessary prompt delivery service is.
The average housewife likes to
have her meat sent just when
she wants it.
Small things count in a suc successful
cessful successful business. Next to sell selling
ing selling you good meat comes right
service. We are bound to please
you if you care to try us.

W. H. MARSH'S MARKET
PHONE 108
Next to 0. (..Grocery Ocala, Fla,

the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has sl-out 160
deed records and 445 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanoeus rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record history of that title. y
some searching and checking before the abstract man .knows
that he has got it all.
MORAL: FLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGII
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.

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ocala, fla.

(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)

1888

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PHONE 526

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A full line of Fixtures and Materials always on hand. No
Job too large and none too small for our prompt and Personal
attention.
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Let me send you FREE PERFUME
Write today for a testing bottle of
ED. PINAUD'S LILAC
The world's most famous perfume, every drop as sweet
as the living blossom. For handkerchief, atomizer and bath.
Fine after shaving. AH the value is in the perfume-you don't
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price only 75c (6 oz. ). Send 4c. for the little bottto-enouga
tor 50 handkerchiefs, Write today.
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Thought for the Day

! WTien it seems as if no chance were

left for you.
When the darkness seems to thick

ly close about,
When no cheerful sign is anywhere
in view,
When you feel your breaking heart
assailed by doubt
That's the time to prove your man manhood,
hood, manhood, that the time to proudly
cling
To the hope that makes the poorest
man the equal of a king.
Samuel Ellsworth Kiser.
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Farewell Tea to Mrs. Groves
In compliment to Mrs. H. C.
Groves, who leaves tomorrow for an
absence of several months in New
York, Mrs. H. H. Harold gathered
around the tea cups at her cozy home
on E. Adams street yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 5 o'clock a few special
friends, the affair proving delightful

ly charming and informal.

Mrs. Harold entertained her guests
on the veranda and lawn. At the tea
table, attractive in its pretty appoint appointments,
ments, appointments, Mrs. C. S. Cullen poured tea
wfyich was served with ice tea, sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches and cake by the hostess, Miss
Sidney -Harold and Mrs. G. J. Blitch.
Enjoying the hospitality of Mrs.
Harold were Mrs. Groves, Mrs. Julia

Haisley, Mrs. J. G. Glass, Mrs. F. R.
Bridges, Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, Mrs.
B. T. Perdue, Mrs. C. R. Tydings,
Mrs. George Pasteur, Miss Lilla
Brumby, Miss Jefferson Bell, Mrs.
Rogers, Miss Taylor and Mrs. Blitch.
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Misses Sue and Kate Liddon, for formerly
merly formerly of Ocala, have concluded their
school duties in Jacksonville and are
now at their home in Starke. With
their mother they have arranged to
spend their vacation at Lake Alfred.

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Mr. and Mrs. Emmett E. Robinson
ar receiving the congratulations of

friends on the arrival of a fine
young son yesterday at their home in

Jacksonville. Master Robinson has
been given the name Richard Hall
for Mr. R. S. Hall of this city and

his arrival completes a trio of inter interesting
esting interesting children at the Robinson
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Walden of
Tampa, who have been spending a
portion of their honeymoon in Ocala,
guests of Mrs. Walden's brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Martin, left today for Largo to visit
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gorden, Mrs. Wal Wal-den's
den's Wal-den's parents. Before returning
home they will also visit relatives in
Plant City.

Mr. and Mrs. William Hocker, who
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Kyle
to Gadsden, Ala., in their car, left
there today for Mount Clemens,
Mich., where they will enjoy a so sojourn
journ sojourn of four weeks.
Mrs. Walter Hood and Mrs. W. K.
Zewadski left today for Dunnellon, to
visit their sister, Mrs. Andrew Tur
ner until Friday.
Mr. Clarence Zewadski will com complete
plete complete his junior law course at Ann
Arbor, Mich., about the first of June,
returning home then to spend his
vacation with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski.
Mrs. W. S. Jennings of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, president of the Florida Fed Federation,
eration, Federation, leaves Friday for DeLand to
attend the commencement at Stetson
University where her son, Mr. Bryan
Jennings, will take his his degree. Mr.
Jennings will join his wife Saturday.
While in DeLand Mrs. Jennings will
hold a conference with Mrs. R. A.
Foster, president of the Woman's
Club, in regard to making plans for
the meeting of the federation there in

November.
Mrs. S. S. Moore of Tampa, who is
well known here, will spend June in
St. Augustine the guest of Sister Es Esther
ther Esther Carlotta, president of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Division U. D. C.

Mrs. G. K. Williams, Miss Edith
Williams -and Miss Doris Murry, who
have been spending some time at Lake

Weir, occupying the Bradford cot cottage,
tage, cottage, returned home today. During

their stay their cottage was the des destination
tination destination of a number of automobile
parties, friends dropping in to spend
the night, day or afternoon with
them. Last evening a merry crowd
assembled there to enjoy a chicken
pillau, those present including Misses
Gertie Peyser, Justina Rhody, Lou

Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wal Walters,
ters, Walters, Mrs. Etta Robinson, Messrs.
Phil Robinson, W. B. Gallagher,
Bruce MefTert, Dell Moody and
Holmes Walters.
- Mrs. Annie Waldo Van Deman left
this afternoon for Jacksonville to
visit Mrs. E. A. Champlain until Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, joining then the Florida delega delegation
tion delegation en route to Richmond, Va., to at attend
tend attend the Confederate reunion at
which she will represent the Florida
Division, U. C. V., as matron of hon honor.
or. honor. From Richmond Mrs Van Deman
will go to Washington to visit with
friends for ten days, then to South
Carolina to visit relatives, later join joining
ing joining her mother, Mrs. Nellie Waldo in
Atlanta at the home of her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Waldo for

j a visit before leaving with her

I mother for the mountains to spend
the remainder of the summer. Mrs.
i Van Deman and Mrs. Waldo will re

turn to Ocala in December.
Mr. Lattner Won the Cup
The 18-hole golf handicap for the
cup presented by Mrs. D. M. Smith,
begun in March with 2G entries, was
concluded yesterday when Mr. Her Herbert
bert Herbert Lattner defeated Mr. Stephen
Jewett. Mr. Lattner and Mr. Jew Jew-ett
ett Jew-ett had tied twice before and yester yesterday
day yesterday their score was the same until
the eighteenth hole. Mr. Lattner is
receiving the congratulations of
friends.

A lovely June visitor will be Miss

Jean Teague, who will come up from
her home at Lady Lake to visit Miss

Byrd Wartmann and other friends.

The following wedding invitation
has been received in Ocala by friends

of the groom:
Dr. and Mrs. John Henry Martin
invite you to be present
at the marriage of their daughter
Rosalie Ethel
to
Mr. Walter W. Liddell

on Tuesday evening, June the eighth

at half after seven o'clock
Snyder Memorial church
Jacksonville, Florida

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TENTH EPISGDE
A Prisoner on the Yacht.
CHAPTER I.

CD WAKNIIi:. in fro::t of the
Mazing windows of the New
York cafe. si.l as one iu a
daze, deaf to all I be words of

iVobbie and Iris ClotJu rii:. wL fear feared,
ed, feared, from the allien puKor of hia faoc.
that his timrJerous frenzy luiLt react
uiou himself. He aw njcain his love
Ij runaway Lride U-iiif? forced out of
the cafe aalnt her will ly the man
with the white mustache and that In Infernal
fernal Infernal scoundrel with the Mack Van
dyke. Gilbert Wye! He saw himself
prevented by the frishtem-d Iiobble
and .Iris and the solicitous waiters
from dashing anion;; the pllttertus ta table
ble table and rapplins Itlye by the throat
and ftranslm;; Mm to death. He saw
himself rushing to the ornate entrance
through which they had taken bis
beautiful June and arriving In time

only to see her whirl away Into the
nhjbt In Blye's luxurious limousine,
the heavy ninn with the' thick eyelid
up In front with the driver, the mid middle
dle middle aged woman nnd the vivacious bru
nette with concern and fright on their
rale faces as the dome IlIit of the
tar shone down uion them, and on
the rear seat with June the two men
who had carried her away by violeuce.
the white mustached man laughing,
and the dark, handsome face of Gil
bert Blye bending over June with
that suave smile on his Hps.
Too late! Too late for anything but
his stupor. The limousine had turned
the corner. On that side of the cafe
there was not a tail to be seen. Bob

ble's car stood In front, on the other
treet. While Iris endeavored to

arouse the stnpeQed Ned. Bobble ran
around and brought his roadster. They
drove up to the corner nnd turned
down the street through which the
limousine had disappeared, but where
In all that wilderness of moving ve vehicles
hicles vehicles could the track of June be
found? Nowhere! It was as if the
earth had opened and swallowed her up.
It might as well, for June. In a
swift motorboat" with the gay party
which had kidnaped her from the cafe,
was then swiftly approaching a Ion?,
low yacht which loomed gracefully
above them In the misty river.
June's struggles were useless in that
hearing water, and her cries of pro protest
test protest were unheard in that lonely
waste. Strong arms lifted her to her
feet. A strong hand from above grasp-

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That Infernal Scoundrel With the Black
Vandyke, Gilbert Blyel
ed hers, and she was palled up to the
deck. Below her she heard the laugh laughter
ter laughter of the three men who had abduct abducted
ed abducted her, nnd with their laughter blend
ed the shrill, high voice of that viva viva-clous
clous viva-clous brunette. Tommy Thomas. June's
heart 6ent out a wild call to Ned. This
bad been the first time she had seen
his face 6lnce the day of their wed wedding.
ding. wedding. At the door of the sumptuously fit fitted
ted fitted crimson and gold salon on the
yacht the tottering June was confront confronted
ed confronted by a stolid steward, with gray mut mutton
ton mutton chop whiskers, and a puckered
looking stewardess, who wore, as If
habitually, a half whimper.
"The dearie looks faint." said the

stewardess.
'Vell. bring the young lady o glass
of wine, you." grufHy ordered the
steward.
Mrs. Vlllard came in and dropped in
a chair, while the vivacious Tommy
danced over to the gold lacquered
piano. Its beautiful marine view paint painted
ed painted by the famous Velaz. Blye and
the white uwistacbed Cunningham and
the heavy Edwards followed. laughing,
as Wilklns wheeled In from the pantry
a portable buffet, its frosty topped
bottles packed in glistening Ice.
"Hare a taste of this, dearie. It
will soothe your nerves. The whin whining
ing whining stewardess held to June's lips a
glass of sherry, but June drew away
from it with repugnance and. rising,
hurried away from the sumptuously
fitted salon. She did not know where
that passageway led except that It led
away from that hateful company.
The stewardess followed her. the glass
of sherry still in her band. "Bight In
here, dearie. and she opened the door
of a magnificent stateroom. Its ma mahogany
hogany mahogany walls paneled with ivory tint tinted
ed tinted tapestry. Its brass bed hung with
rich lace.
June hesitated, but down the pas passageway
sageway passageway came Orin Cunningham, his
eyes twinkling and the laughter of
wine upon bis lips. June darted Into
the magnificent stateroom, hastily shut
the door and locked It.
In the crimson and gold salon were
the porplng of corks, gay laughter. In
which even Mrs. Vlllard Joined, and
then the loud strains of swift daiice
music, iounded out by the nimble
fingers of Tommy Thomas.
Blye sat quietly, with that suave
smile upou hi lips and stroking his
black Vandyke with his long. lean,
white fingers, upon one of which sjar sjar-kled
kled sjar-kled a diamond. He rse pre-ntly.
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We guarantee all vrork befo re it leaves the thop. James Coleman
will repair your motor cars in first clafs shape.
Our Ed Mathews is the best general blacksmith in the city. All
blacksmith work, wapon and bugjry repairing, horse shoeing, etc-,
etc., quickly done and fully warranted.
Call and see us. We do our own work, very light expenses, and
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OCALA OCCURENCES

Bob-o-Links at Weihe's, the Ocala
jeweler. 25-tf
Board of Trade meets Thursday
evening.
For plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 1
Mrs. William Sinclair received the
distressing news this morning that
her little granddaughter Mary Isabel,
the 18-months old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H. L. Holmes of Canaveral,
was severely burned by upsetting a
cup of boiling hot coffee, spiling it all
over her face, neck and chest. The
little one was taken at once to her
grandfather, Dr. Holmes,- at Sharps.
Her recovery is doubtful. The many
friends of the family in Ocala will be
pained to learn of the accident and
hope to hear more encouraging news
soon.
Call and see the weekly -war pic pictures
tures pictures from the London Graphic on
view at Williams' Candy and Cigar
Store, hole in the wall, on Magnolia
street. Home made cream candies,
20c 'and 35c boxes. Pure and de delicious.
licious. delicious. 26-1 m
Go To The'
BALL GAME
And Drink
Bottled-
WEDNESDAY
Waldo Ocala
J THURSDAY J
: Bimnellon- Ocala
: Ocala Coca-Cola :
4 --?.- J""., V
Bottling Works
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Embalmcr "!
With
Phone 10
E. C. Jordan & Co.
UndertakersJ Ocala, Fla.
219 WEST BROADWAY
Go North by Sea"
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRAIIS.CO
Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
! TO
Boston
New Yorlc
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, v L. D. JONES,
Agent, Coml. Agtt
J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,
Jacksonville, Fla

ximu sumiEE. heather
Is a Regular "Bonanza" for Insects.
They thrive and breed like "wildfire.' No mat matter
ter matter if your house is screened. Roaches, Moths, Flies
and Mosquitoes will get in. These filthy carriers of
discomfort and disease will give you trouble unless
you combat them. Don't give 'em a chance USE
FEN OLE, that cleanly spray, that peerless house household
hold household disinfectant and insect destroyer.
IFEMOILiE
Is sold in Ocala by
Mclver & Mackay, 0. K. Tea Pot Grocery,
Ty dings Drug Co., The Court Pharmacy,
Smith Grocery Co., Ollie Mordis
mmm euaqbuare so.
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF FEfiOLE PRODUCTS

WEATHER REPORT

This report-is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min. R.F.
May 1 88 64
May 2 93 62
May 3 ...89 62
May 4 87 66
May 5 85 71
May 6 92 58
May 7 .94 68
May 8 86 72
May 9 80 66 2.18
May 10 83 77
May 12 78 68 .32
May 13 82 60 .76
May 14 86 62
May 15 94 64
May 16 93 70
May 17 94 78
May 18 88 68 ..
May 20 69 88
May 20 87 69
May 21 82 71
May 22 89 72 .14
May 23 92 71
May 24 93 71 .06
May 25 97 73
, Local Forecast
Partly cloudy tonight and Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Mr.' Willard Blood of Terra Ceia
Island, whose father recently bought
a half interest in Mr. H. H. Whit Whit-worth's
worth's Whit-worth's Hiawatha Lake Stock Farm,
arrived in town a few days since,
coming through in a Rambler auto automobile,
mobile, automobile, and has jumped right into the
work on the farm with Mr. Whit Whit-worth.
worth. Whit-worth. Mr. Blood's parents will come
to Ocala a little later, when all of
the grapefruit has been shipped from
their grove.
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.
Vulcanizing. All work guaranteed.
Blalock'Broa 107 Oklawaha Ave. lm
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Rex&U Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Ceng's. 4-27-tf
Our fountain sodas and ice ..cream
are the-BEST made and our, service
is Al. Try them., TheCpurt Phar
macy T?ricri;,'--
tf
W. K. Lane, M. Dn fnyslclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Note
and Throat. Law library Building,
Ocala, FU. .,
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and tfay, Merchant's Cafe. tf
.: i s '.Oil; i,prc-
If you want to- reni-a house, get. a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-ImV
. 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
Tell your physician, and tell bim
plainly, to" ieave your prescriptions
where they'll be filled as written no
substitution here. The Court Phar
macy, ti
SEE THIS FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetx jles, milk and eggs, tf
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
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
porary until last spring I saw Cham
berlain's Tablets advertised and tro
cured a bottle of them at our drug
store. I eot immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pain in the stomach," writes
Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort Wayne, Ind
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

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Invitation to University Commence Commence-ment
ment Commence-ment Issued
The following invitation has been
received by friends in Ocala:
"The board of control, faculties'
and senior classes of the University j
of Florida request the honor of your!
presence at the commencement ex-j
ercises June 6th to 8th, 1915."
Commencement Calendar
Saturday, June 5th, 8: 30 p. m.
Special exercises benefit Athletic As
sociation.
Sunday, 11 a. m. Baccalaureate
sermon, Bishop John C. Kilgore, D.
D. LL.D., Durham, N. C.
Monday, 10:30 a. Freshman
and sophomore declamation contest
for board of control medal. 1 p. m.
Alumni luncheon, University com commons.
mons. commons. 4 p. m. Annual meeting of
Alumni Association. 8 p. m. Junior
and senior oratorical contests for
board of control medals.
Tuesday, 10:30 a. m. Graduation
exercises. Baccalaureate address,
Nathan' C. Schaeffer, LL.D., superin superintendent
tendent superintendent public instruction, state of
Pennsylvania.
Mr. Roy Cappleman of this city is
one of the graduates. Several Ocal Ocal-ans
ans Ocal-ans will attend the exercises.
Mrs. A. F. Adcock and children of
St. Petersburg, are guests i of her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. E. McClane,
arriving Sunday in their Dodge car,
accompanied by Mr. Adcock who re returned
turned returned home Monday and Mr. and
Mrs. Lena Sims and daughter, who
left Monday for their home in New Newton,
ton, Newton, Ala. Mrs. Sims is a sister of
Mr. Adcock and had been on a sev several
eral several weeks visit to him and his fam family.
ily. family. Mr. Adcock will return to Ocala
Saturday night to accompany Mrs.
Adcock and children home Sunday.
The official program for the twen
ty-fifth annual reunion, U. C. V., to
be held in Richmond, has been re received
ceived received here. On the afternoon of
June 1, Gen. Julian S. Carr of Dur
ham, N. C, will deliver an address
on "The Confederate Soldier." Gen.
Carr was a visitor to Ocala last Feb February,
ruary, February, the guest of relatives, and is
a cousin of Miss Alice Bullock, who
will represent the Florida Division, U.
C. V., as sponsor at the reunion.
.Miss Elizabeth Abson has con
cluded a visit of a week to -Misses
Theo (and Gladys Wallis- and is now
the euest of her "uncle, Mr. Boswell
at Bartow until June 7, leaving then
for her home in Hackensack, N. J.
During her visit Miss Abson was the
recipient of a number of social cour
tesies.
This morning in DesMoines, Iowa,
Mrs. Lew Lyons was operated on for
appendicitis. A wire from Mr. Lyons
at noon today to Mrs. Lyons, mother,
Mrs. .E. Van Hood stated that the
operation was successful. The Ocala
friends of Mrs. Lyons will regret to
learn of her illness but will join in
wishing for her a rapid recovery.
m m m
Mrs. II. C. Groves and Mr. Henry
Groves leave tomorrow for Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, the former on the train and in
ville, the. former going up via train
and the latter through the country in
their car. They will visit friends
until Sunday sailing that afternoon
aboard the Lenape for New York to
join Mr. Groves in that city, where
for the present they will make their
home.
The Fanny R. Gary Missionary So Society
ciety Society will hold its regular monthly
meeting tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock at the Baptist church. All
are invited. Please come.
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Bennett and son
will return home Friday from Pin Pin-eola.
eola. Pin-eola. Dr. H. C. Counts is contemplating
a trip during the summer to the Pan
ama Exposition in San Francisco.
Miss Eleanor Tremere of Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view visited friends in Ocala this
morning.
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
ranged under the large oak trees m
front of the residence of Mrs. J. W.
Gates. Everyone is cordially invited
to attend.
LAME RACK
Lame back is usually due to rheu
matism of the muscles of the back
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back with Cham
berlain's Liniment two or three time
a day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere
Advertisement.
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Stoie.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerigs, the only drug store in Ocala
with more than one registered phar
macist. 4-27-tf
Give her a Bob-o-Link. Weihe, the
jeweler. 25-tf
Buy your drugs from G eris. Qual Quality
ity Quality the best always. 4-27-tf

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and. tlptoHn? 3-tvn the jrn n vry,
stoppil at June's door and listened.
Ile could be.ir nu occasional stlfLd sob
as June sat amid the Foft cushions of
the couch. Before h-r. through a half
ojK?n door, r-ould be tru a g!iinpe of
a suowy white bathroom, and In the
adjoining little pale blue boudoir stood
June's own Incase!
Ned! That brief flht of him had
filled June's whole soul with longing.
Toor little runaway bride!
There were the rattle of a donkey
engine and the scraping of chain on
the yacht Hilarity. The anchor was
coming cp. and there was an Instant
change In the -ay rocking of the
craft. She hu?lered. and then there
was the sound of seething water as
I
V
4 jL.c-
Jun Drew Away From It With Re Repugnance.
pugnance. Repugnance. the Hilarity gathered headway. June
was on her feet In an Instant. She
ran to the porthole and gazvd out at
the barely moving lights along shore.
The portholes were too small to let her
shoulders through. She ran to the door
and opened It stealthily, then closed It
and held the knob as Tommy Thomas
and Orin Cunningham danced past In
the salon.
The alert ear of Gilbert Blye caught
the click of that latch, slight as It was.
and his eyes glowed; he motioned sig significantly
nificantly significantly toward the corridor, and Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, reaching up, said something In
the ear of Mrs. Villard. A slight
frown crossed her. brow, but she rose
Instantly and went down the gangway
to the door of June's stateroom. She
knocked, but there was no answer.
"June! she called. "June, dear!"
No answer. Mrs. VUlard listened.
No sound. She went back slowly to
the salon.
Youll never makctbat child one o
us," and she shook her head.
June eat on the couch In her state
room with her hands locked upon hei
knees, staring ha to the white slice of
brightness formed by the tiling of the
bathroom, and while she pondered os
what she should do Marie and Henri
reached the city and stopped nt a tele
graph ofBce. When they came out of
that place n short, wide, thick nmu
who had boon waddling down the
street, with a blunt stub of a cigar In
one corner of his mouth and a look of
habitual furtlvenesa In his little eye,
started abruptly nt sight of Marie, and
when the touring car started the short,
wide man bung on behind. hU cigar
stub firmly clamped letween his teeth.
The doorbell rang nt the Moore home
In Brynport. Stern John Moore, read reading
ing reading bis paper beneath the portrait of
June, looked, up quickly, and there was
a slight tremor at the corner of his
paper. Aunt Debby's voice was heard:
-Why, It's Mr. Ned and Miss Iris.
Why, good evenln. The folks la to
home."
Stern John Moore listened with si silent
lent silent .attention while Mrs. Moore, her
hand upon her breast, stifled the emo emotions
tions emotions to which Iris Blethering gave
full play as the "kidnaping" was de described.
scribed. described. There was but one conclusion among
the men. and Ned. composing his voice
'."v-. -Y "V
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It is a matter for the police, he da da-clared.
clared. da-clared. as be passed from the mention of Blye.
stated that conclusion.
It Is a matter for the police," he
declared and picked up the telephone.
-Our daughter. Is In danger." said
the grave voice of John Moore.
(Continued Tomorrow)
BEST THING FOR
A BILIOUS ATTACK
"On account of my confinement in
the printing office I have for yearr
been a chronic sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I hnd an attack that was so severe
that I was not able to go to the case
for two days. Failing to get any re relief
lief relief from any other treatment, I took
three of Chamberlain's Tablets and
the next day I felt like a new man,"
writes II. C. Bailey, 'editor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

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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
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raouern 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
lonial. 7-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E Ervin, at
.Carlton House. 19-1 mo.
FOR SALE 25,000 sweet potato
slips at $1.50 per thousand. C Y.
Miller, Ocala, Florida, 124 Tenth
street. 5-10-tf
FOR RENT On June 1, upstairs,
consisting of three rooms and bath.
Furnished for light housekeeping.
City and cistern water. Mrs. P. II.
Gillen, 1 S. 5th St. 2G-tf
CHAUFFEUR Sober, honest,, relia
ble, licensed. Good mechanic and
repair man wants steady position
where real work is appreciated.
References furnished. C. W. King,
Route 2, Parrot, Ga. It
FOR SALE A good, gentle horse
for driving or farm work; two fine
Jersey cows now giving an abun abundance
dance abundance of milk. Address, "Owner,"
311 North Magnolia street. 20-t
FOR SALE A 12-acre farm with
seven-room house and large barn,
both new and well finished. Garden
truck of all kinds well started. Is a
splendid location for a chicken
ranch with a flowing spring of wa water
ter water on place; close to station, near
Ocala. Address, "Owner," 311 N.
Magnolia St., Ocala. 20-6 1
FOR RENT Large well located resi residence
dence residence property on Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, now occupied by P. V. Leaven Leaven-good,
good, Leaven-good, two blocks from A. C L. rail railroad.
road. railroad. All modern conveniences.
Add re S3 Mrs. O. T, Green. Ocala,
Fla, or call phone 3S3. tf
FOR RENT No. 315 N. Orange St;,
four rooms, $8 per month; also No.
323, N. Orange St, four rooms,
electric lights, $10 per month; both
newly papered and painted. W. C.
Blanchard, Agent. 18-12t
FOR'SALE A rubber tired surry in
perfect condition, good as new. E.
M. Howard, Ocala, Fla. 14-12t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms or
furnished for light hpusekeeping;
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. 25-Ct
LOST White bull pup with brown
spot over left eye; about seven
months old. Return to "Knight" at
A. C. L. passenger depot and get
reward. 26-3t
FOR SALE Horse, surrey and bug
gy. A real family horse, gentle as
they make them, for sale on easy
terms. Apply at Star office. 26-t
Tho Roal Suffrage
.Though of Ucman
Motherhood Is the thought uppermost In
woman s mind. And with it, of course.
comes the question ef
comfort, of helpful
aids and Influences.
Among' the beat of
these is a well known
external remedy,
-Mother's Frfsnd."
It Is restly applied to
tL surface muscle.
These are lubricated.
toned, made pHaLIa so
they stretch as caturs
requires without the
strain and pala on
cords and ligaments.
This Influence extends
through the myriad of ncrre to deeper sur surfaces,
faces, surfaces, the Internal organs. And thus a
period of repose must reflect Itself not onlr
In the mind of the mother, but upon the
babe to come.
Youn? mothers who haTe used "lSother
Friend bare written to sar bow rejoiced
they were at the absence of morning skkness,
extreme nerrousness, and other distresses cf
which they had beard and feared. Get
bottle of -Mother. Friend- at any drag
store. Simplr spplr It orer the stomach mus
cles and rest assured of perfect saxetr and
comfort dar and night. Write to BradSeU
Regulator. 401 Lamar Bldg. Atlanta. Ca (or
tour Uandaocoe ana instrucure dock.
Le ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.

Take Advantage of an Ocala Citizen's
Experience
When the back begins to ache.
Don't wait until backache becomes
chronic:
Till kidney trouble develop;
"Till urinary troubles destroy night's
rest.
Profit by an Ocala citizen's exper experience.
ience. experience. Mra. A E. Holly, 113 S. Second
St, Ocala, says: "I was having a
great deal of trouble with my kidneys.
The kidney secretions were un unnatural.
natural. unnatural. My back was 'sore and
lame and every time I stooped, a
catch shot across my loins. My
feet and ankles were swollen and the

flesh underneath my eyes was puffed
up. I tried several kidney medicines
and even took a doctor's prescription,
but nothing did me any gooa until I
suited taking Doan'a Kidney Pills.
I Improved from the Hist and was
soon cured."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a klndey remedy get
Do an 'a Klndej Pills the same that
Mrs. Holly had. Foster-Milburn
Co, Props, Buffalo, N. IV-Ad v. 4
NOTICE
Of Application for Pardon
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, who at the spring term,
A. D. 112, of the circuit court in and
for Marion county, Florida, was con convicted
victed convicted and was sentenced at said
terra of said court to be imprisoned
in the state orison for a iprm nf 1 r
years on a charge of manslaughter of
aiay a. r on., will, at the June, 1915,
meeting of the Board of Pardons of
the state .of Florida, at Tallahassee.
Florida, apply to said board for a full
and complete pardon from the said
offense.
17-10f J. W. Fort.
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NEW YORK AND RETURN

VIA
CLYO

Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE .., GOOD ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
W. G WFN7F1 FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT

Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot
JACKSONVILLE,

CHEAP EXCUESEOPJ
GEORGIA SOUTHERN &s FLORIDA RAILWAY
Tuesday, Jane 8m, 1915.

Lt. l ilti Drpvt, Paiatka. . .SilS m.m
L.ir. Ilaoiptea H m.tm.
Lr. Iike natter 7i2t a.M
Lr. JalLMnile H m. am. mm 740 swm.
Special train of Pu II mar cans anl

TiHe S tn. and Is due to art-ire In Valdonta. 11:15 a. m.. ilacon 4:Zu p. cn.. end
Atkarrta, 7:4 p. m. Tickets will aio be honored on Teifular train leaving
at 7:40 jx m., and arriving at VaMoMt at 10:57 i. m.. Moion 4 .n p. m.. end
Atlanta 7:45 a. m. These trains will b per (tonally cvixlurtnl. Ticket ro-J
rMurnla? on any train -until inclodln tSunJay tiljcht. Jim 12. Only
VaKJosta passengers wiU torn taken on this train aftt-r leaving: Jacto-onvllle

1 IIs;aa J. II. n A FPTE R V, D.
yiiiiiiiii y
riches Short Work of
Sjsicm Achns
la S. S. S. Too Get a Twist
SXaay a rheumatic sufferer has been to
the drus; st or for a bottle of 8. S. S. an 1
been handed something claimed to te
"Just as rood.- Truly, to ask for bread
and be riyen a stone is still In practice.
If you mrm troubled with rheuiratlsra In
any form b sura to us S. S. B. and note
Its wonderful Influence.
S. 8. S. baa tha peculiar action of soak soak-I&X
I&X soak-I&X througti tho Intestines directly into
tha blood. In Ere minutes Its InSuence Is
at work In erery artery. Teln and tiny
capillary. Erery membrane, every crcan
of the body, every emunctory letomw In
effect a filler to strain the Mood of Ir.i Ir.i-purltlea.
purltlea. Ir.i-purltlea. Tha stimulating proit-rtUa of i.
8. S. compel the skin. Jirer, boclJ. kld kld-Ders.
Ders. kld-Ders. bladder to all work to tr.a tSf: end
of casting out erery Irritating, erery 1 iln-Indicting-
atom of poison; It dislodges ty
Irritation all accumulations In the Joints,
causes acid accretions to Ulsolre, reader

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Clutnnels,
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Boiler Plato
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I"rus Rod,
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Structural
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Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer,, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
This is our
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HOFFMAN PRESS
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. "Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch, f
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
It can not wear cr tear. Call and see
it do the woik.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101
402-404 South Main St. X
of Liberty Street.
FLORIDA.
Valds(a
4:0
2.25
. 2xtQ
Blacva
AflMBiS
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Glsnnlng Oat Ycur Eniiro
end Pains Go Fcsf.
on Rheumatism that Settles It.
them neutral and scatters those peculiar
formations In the nerre centers that
cause such mystifying and often baffling
rheumatic pains. m
And best of all this remarkable rmely
la welcome to tho weakest etdtaach. If
you hare drugged your if until tc.t
rtomach Is nearly paralyred. you will I t
aatcnUhed to End that S. S- S. glree r
e?n"a:ton but rcs rieht to work. TV is
lccau&e It Is a pure regetabJe Infuiion. is
taken naturally Into your blood Juat cs
pure air is Inhaled naturally into your
lung.
Ot a bottle cf S. S. S. today, and Sl'c
fur S. S. S.
Ton may depend anon It that the stoi-o
that sells you wtutl you ask for U a r i
(lace to trade. Write to the
fcpfccif.c Co, 204 Swift DIvIg.. Atlartx C
for their Dock tu IlLeusaatlsizi.

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