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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE
VOL. 21.
fi REGARD TO IRE

kit U

II IS PREDICTED THAT GERMANY ill SEEK BY ASKING
EVADE THE DIRECT ISSUE

Washington, May 29. Germany's
reply to the United States note, re regarding
garding regarding the destruction of the Lusi Lusi-tania,
tania, Lusi-tania, is being awaited here today by
administration officials. Ambassador
Berard in Berlin is expected to cable
- it to the state department during the
day, after receipt, from the German
foreign office.
Unofficial advices indicate that
Germany will propose to defer def definite
inite definite consideration of American de demands
mands demands pending an investigation as to
whether or not the Lusitania was a
British auxiliary cruiser, as Germany
maintains.

REASONABLE REQUEST
GERMANY ASKS FOR PLAIN IN INDICATIONS
DICATIONS INDICATIONS OF NEUTRAL
SHIPS IN THE WAR ZONE
, (Associated Press)
Washington, May 29. Urgent
warning to American shipping
against traversing the naval war
zone incautiously, and to have all
neutral markings displayed conspicu conspicuously
ously conspicuously 'as possible, including illumina illumination
tion illumination at night, was communicated to
the state department today by the
German government through the
United States embassy at Berlin.
MRS. ALLEMAND
After, a long and painful illness,
which she bore most patiently, Mrs.
Elvina Allemajid, wife of Mr. J. E.
Allemand, passed away at her home
in this city yesterday afternoon.'
Mrs. Allemand was a native of
Switzerland. She came to this city
with her family about two years ago.
She was a refined and estimable lady
and in her short residence among us
had made many friends who join her
bereaved relatives in sorrow at her
passing away.
, The funeral services -were held this
afternoon at 4 o'clock from the resi residence
dence residence and were conducted by Rev. J.
M. Gross.' The following were the
pallbearers: Messrs. Belcher, Davies,
TenEyck, Stokes, J. C. Smith and Dr.
Sheppard.
Interment was made in Greenwood
cemetery. Mclvjer & MacKay had
charge of the arrangements.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Grace Episcopal
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
10:15 a. m. Morning service.
-
Baptist
(Rev. Bunyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
No morning service; baccalaureate
sermon at the Temple theater by Dr.
J. M. Gross.
7:30 p. m. Evening service.
Sermon by the pastor.
East Broadway Church
Disciples of Christ
(Roy B. Bowers, Minister)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Dr. R. T. Weaver, superintendent.
.No services at -11 a. m. on account
of the school exercises at the Temple.
7:45 p. m. Stereopticon views of
the Bible, Joshua to Elijah, with lec lecture.
ture. lecture. Methodist
(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
No preaching at 11 a. m. as the
pastor will preach the commencement
sermon for the city school at the
"Temple theater at 11 a. m.
2:30 p.-m. Junior League.
3:30 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
All cordially invited. Strangers
always welcome. v

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LUSITANIA IS EXPECTED I!! WASHINGTON

THIS AFTERNOON
(Associated Press)
PREPARING FOR
AN EXTENSIVELY ATTENDED
MEETING OF THE WOODMEN
FRIDAY EVENING
The members of Fort King Camp
held a very largely attended meet meeting
ing meeting Friday evening. The principal
business of the evening was making
i arrangements for the big picnic of
J June 17.
The committee reported that the
picnic was in high favor, not only
i among the Woodmen but their
I friends. The Atlantic Coast Line will
furnish a special train at a rate from
j Ocala of 75 cents a head for grown-
ups and 40 cents for children. Lower
j-rates, of course, from other points. A
j large party has promised to go from
Silver Springs, and the Martel and
Dunnellon camps have promised to
join. The excursion is certain to
have recruits all down the line.
The train will leave Ocala at 7
o'clock sharp Thursday morning,
July vf, and the picnickers will be
home by suppertime.
:, Sovereigns J. L. Smoak and J. JL.
Smoak Jr. will go 'to Homosassa the
day before to make arrangements,
and everybody knows that Jim Smoak
is a. past master and a present work worker
er worker at that sort of business.
There is a Woodmen camp at Hom Homosassa,
osassa, Homosassa, and it may be depended on to
see that nothing is omitted to give
the visitors a good time.
After business affairs were attend attended
ed attended to, the doors of the camp were
opened and a social session began. A
number of friends of the Woodmen,
including several ladies, were present,
and for the next hour sociability
reigned.
The following program was render rendered:
ed: rendered: Song by the camp.
Reading by Charles Leitner.
Piano solo by Miss Mabel Aiken.
Reading by J. L. Smoak.
Song by the Woodmen Male Quar Quartet,
tet, Quartet, Miss Aiken accompanying.
Address by J. L. Ferguson.
Address by W. L. Colbert.
Closing song by camp.
DECORATION DAY
Monday will be Decoration Day and
and the postoffice will observe it as a
national holiday.
Vulcanizing. All work guaranteed.
Blalock Bros.', 107 Oklawaha Ave. lm
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OCALA. FLORIDA SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1915

THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

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IRRELEVANT QUESTIONS TO
GEN. YOUNG
CAN'T ATTEND
ILL HEALTH WILL KEEP THE
COMMANDER FROM THE
REUNION
(Associated Press)
Richmond, May 29. General Ben Bennett
nett Bennett H. Young, commander in chief of
the United Confederate Veterans, will
be unable to attend the annual re reunion
union reunion here next week. General
Young declares his physician forbids
his attendance.
THEY DESERVE IT
Mobile, May 29. The erection of a
monument to the faithful slaves of
the south will be recommended to the
United Confederate Veterans at their
reunion in Richmond next" week, by
Raphael, Semmes camp of Mobile.
PROMINENT ODD FELLOW
HAS PASSED
Judge Daniel, Highest Member of the
Order in the United States
Fitzgerald, Ga., May 29. Judge
Robert T Daniel of Griffin, Ga., sov sovereign
ereign sovereign grand sire of the Grand Lodge
of Independent Order Odd Fellows,
died here last, night as a result of a
stroko of apaplexy.
THE FIRST MELON
On display in the Munroe & Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss Bank is a beautiful watermelon
of the long variety which was pulled
this morning and weighs 234 pounds.
It- is from a G5-acre field owned by
J. H. Wiley of Yalaha and C. H. Coon Coon-er
er Coon-er of this city, located at Candler.
The gentlemen say fchere are a thou thousand
sand thousand such melons in the field today.
They will load five cars of these mel melons
ons melons between the 7th and 10th of
June and should make a killing on
their early shipments.
Mr. F. M. Harp of Eureka is among
the visitors in town today. He is very
much encouraged over his prospects
for a good crop of tomatoes which he
will begin shipping early next week.
He also has twenty acres in melons
which he says are coming along nice nicely
ly nicely and will be ready for the first
marketing.
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
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SAYS THERE IS 110 TRUTH III THE STATEMENT
THAT HE HAS BEEN GUM SHOEING

(Special to the Star)
s Tallahassee, Fla May 29, 1915.
I judge from the Ocala Banner that some people are saying that I
tried to gumshoe my bills through the legislature.
Any person or persons making this statement does so knowing at the
time that it is absolutely false on its face. Such a contention has no foun foundation
dation foundation in fact or theory and is made by the opposition in the hope of de deceiving
ceiving deceiving the people as to the real issues involved in the whole contro controversy,
versy, controversy, that is, cheap power versus expensive.
You can deceive all of the people some of the time; you can deceive
some of the people all the time, but you cannot deceive all the people all
the time.
Justice and right will prevail in the end. R. C. Camp.

CARD FROM MR. CAMP
The Star prints with great pleas pleasure
ure pleasure a statement from Mr. Camp, who
vigorously denies he has been gum gumshoeing.
shoeing. gumshoeing. Perhaps not. Gumshoeing,
like most other things, depends on the
point of view. In this country it is
not considered proper for a man to
eat his grandmother, but in Tierra del
Fuego it is both proper and common.
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FEW IMPORTANT ITEMS TODAY
FROM THE WARRING
FRONTS
(Associated Press)
London,- May 29. '-The Italian arm armies
ies armies are drawingnear to Trent and
Trieste in Austria, the principal cities
in the territory over which Italy en entered
tered entered the European war. Little news
of the campaign penetrates the cen censorship,
sorship, censorship, but Geneva dispatches say
the Italians are still advancing on
Trieste.
Anti-Italian disorders are reported
and the municipal authorities are
said to have fled.
The Austro-German advance in
Galicia is still being prosecuted with
success, except for the Russian vic victory
tory victory on the San river at Sicniawa.
Vienna reports indicate a measured
design to isolate Permysl. If pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings are unchecked, that fortress
soon may be surrounded.
SUES STRUCK ANOTHER SHIP
' Liverpool, May 29. The British
steamship Ethiope has been torpedoed
and sdnk by the German submarine
U-24. She was bound from Hull to
Liverpool. The Ethiope's crew took
to the small boats.
A Star reporter took a ride Friday
in the oldest auto in Ocala. It was
the little Oldsmobile brought here by
Mr. E. C. Smith. It is now the prop property
erty property of Mr. W. II. Clark, and he is
getting mighty good work out of it.
"For Men Only" is the name given
one of the show windows in the dry
goods establishment of Mr. B. Gold Goldman.
man. Goldman. He says that it is worth any
man's time, and attention and should
le seen by every man or boy over
eighteen years old in the county.
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STOCKHOLDERS OF THE CITY
Mayor Robertson and other promi prominent
nent prominent citizens Monday took around a
petition to the legislature against the
Camp amendments. They secured
over 300 signatures, all of voters, and
most of them taxpayers. All but
four of the business houses in town
were represented on the petition, and
one of these probably would have
been if the proprietors had been in
town.
Every citizen of Ocala is a stock stockholder
holder stockholder in the city electric plant.
II
CONTINUE -L1IXED
PRESIDENT WILSON SHOWS
SIGNS OF BEING AT THE
END OF HIS PATIENCE
(Associated Prew)
Washington, May 29. Attention is
again focused on Mexico today, as the
result of President Wilson's an announced
nounced announced determination to warn the
military leaders that conditions must
improve. Officials conversant with
the president's forthcoming note
said no recognition with a Mexican
faction is contemplated. The possi possibility
bility possibility of intervention is heard again
as a result of the new turn in affairs.
CONSIDERING A CALL
Rev. Bunyan Stephens, of the Ocala
Baptist church, has received a unani unanimous
mous unanimous call from the Quitman, Ga.,
Baptist church. Mr. Stephens has the
call under consideration and will an answer
swer answer the Quitman church by June
5th.
In the years that they have been
here, Mr. Stephens and his family
have greatly endeared themselves to
the people of the city, as well as to
the chureh, and all would be very
sorry to lose them.
Superintendent Brand of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line was in town in his
private car today. Mr. Brand says
his road is ready to build a new
freight depot as soon as the city coun council
cil council decides where it shall be located.
New shoes at Fishel's.
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REPORT OF IIAVAL ATTACHE AT 10IID0II I1IDICJIES THAT
THE OCCURRENCE WAS IT'ACCIDEIITAl

(Associated
Washington, D. C, May 29.- Evi Evidence
dence Evidence gathered by Lieut. John II.
Towers, naval attache of the Ameri American
can American embassy at London, and forward forwarded
ed forwarded to the state department today by
Ambassador Page, indicates that the
American steamship Nebraskan was
torpedoed. Lieutenant Towers made
a technical examination of the Ne Nebraskan
braskan Nebraskan on her arrival at Liverpool
after she was damaged. Statements
of Captain Greene and members of
the crew were also taken. The chief
engineer said he saw a submarine just
before the ship was hit. On the eve evening
ning evening the vessel was damaged the Am American
erican American flag which was flown by the
vessel from the time she left Liver Liverpool
pool Liverpool was hauled down because the
sun had set. The words, "Nebraskan,
New'York, were painted on each side
of the ship in letters six feet high.
Lieut. Towers' report said full de details
tails details were being sent by mail to
Washington, but the above summary
was made public this afternoon.
SCORPION HAD A
NARROW ESCAPE
Close Call for American Guardboat at
Constantinople
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 29. The Amer American
ican American station ship Scorpion at Con Constantinople
stantinople Constantinople narrowly escaped damage
May 24th by a submarine, Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Morgenthau reported to the
state department today. Turkish offi officials
cials officials request the ship shift her an anchorage
chorage anchorage on account of possible danger
to her from shore batteries.
Some well-known men about town
are developing a strong appetite for
cold water. Thus doth providence
temper the wind to the shorn lamb.
Hard times are here and the Davis
bill coming.
BEST TniNG FOR
A BILIOUS ATTACK
"On account of my confinement in
the printing office I have for year?
been a chronic sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I had an attack that was so severe
that I was not able to go to the case
for two days. Failing to get any re relief
lief relief from any other treatment, I took
three of Chamberlain's Tablets and
the next dav I felt like a new man,"
writes H. C. Bailey, editor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
LAME BACK
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 time?
a day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere
Advertisement.
Men's pants at Fishel's.
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STEAMER LINES TO
SOUTH AMERICA
SUPPORTED BY GOVERNMENTS
OF BOTH COUNTRIES ARE
NOW PROPOSED
(Associate! Press)
Washington, May 29. Plans for
steamship lines between the United
States and South America were pre presented
sented presented today to the Pan-American
financial conference here. A perma permanent
nent permanent committee of representatives of
the United States and South Ameri American
can American countries was recommended It
was proposed that a company for the
purpose be organized with stock open
to public subscription, and the nnsub nnsub-scribed
scribed nnsub-scribed stock to be taken over by the
nations signing the agreement.
PICNIC AT PEDRO
The picnic given l y the canning
club girls and. the com club boys was
a great success. Miss Harris of Tal Tallahassee,
lahassee, Tallahassee, Mrs. Moorhead and Mrs.
Gary of Ocala, were present; also also-Prof.
Prof. also-Prof. Connor and two canning club
girls, Mr. and Mrs. Weihe of Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, besides those of surrounding
neighborhood too numerous to men mention.
tion. mention. The forenoon was spent In making
jelly and sealing cans by the club
girls. Miss Harris and Mrs. Moorhead.
Miss Harris made a very interesting
talk on home economics, after' which
ajl gathered at the picnic grounds,
where a bountiful dinner was served,
with ice cream afterwards.
Several very interesting talks were
made in the afternoon on the neces necessity
sity necessity of education for girl3 in demon demonstration
stration demonstration work by Prof. Connor, Mr.
Weihe, Mrs. Moorhead, Mrs. Gary
and Miss Harris, after which the can canning
ning canning club girls sang their club song
and then Miss Harris visited two of
the girls' tomato plots.
Every one Seemed to enjoy the day
and all departed at a late hour :n the
afternoon, all expressing the wish
that the club girls and boys would
give another picnic soon.
The picnic ground v.a3 very care carefully
fully carefully selected by the club girls and
boys right east of Mr. Walter Nich Nichols
ols Nichols farm, having a vjew cf the whole
settlement. Bertha Nichols,
Press Correspondent.
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 delicious.-
25-lra
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
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Rex&n Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
HOW MRS IIARROD 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, write3
Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort Wayne, In i.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Special bargains at Fishers, tf

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bCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, MAY 29. 1913

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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
K. R. Carroll, General Manager Port-V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. It, Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Oct1. Fla., postofflce as second class matter.

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
OCALA HIGH SCHOOL

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION KATES
(Domestic) (Foreign)
One year, m advance 5.00 One year- in advance $8.00
lix months, in advance. . ... 2.50 Six months, in advance 4.2o
Three months, in advance... 1.25 Three months. In advance.. 2.25
Or. month, in advance 50 One month, in advance 80

CLOSING EXERCISES

NORTH OCALA SCHOOL;

OCALA HOLDS HER OWN

Making allowance for the abnormal
conditions of the last nine months or
so brought about by the war in Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, Ocala is more prosperous to today
day today than she has ever been. The city
has erown steadily and healthily, and,

though not all that its citizens would
like to have it, is today a more at attractive
tractive attractive and a better place to live in
than ever before.. Following are
some facts gathered at random:
Ocala will compare favorably with
any city of its size.
In addition to the public utilities it
now enjoys, a new electric light and
water system, and a modern sewer sewerage
age sewerage system are pro jetced.
A union station has been ordered.
That Ocala is spreading in, area is
quite evident from the fact that there
- are sSme half dozen or more suburban
and residential section developments

under way, and the limits of the city
now extend to Silver Springs.
The Postal Telegraph Company has
. recently entered this territory and
has opened a modern office in Ocala

call box and messenger boy ser

vice.
The street lighting system of the
city has recently been much improv improved.
ed. improved. New passenger and freight boats
have been placed in service on the
river.
Many of the merchants are obtain obtaining
ing obtaining freight by water, thus saving 50
per cent in tariff.
Ocala's stores were never more at attractive
tractive attractive nor carried better stocks
than at present.-
The Ocala Telephone Company, in

addition to a marked increase i the
number of phones, and following a
remodeling of its system and plant

recently, making it one of the best
equipped systems in he south, is at

present putting in the latest equip

ment for the operation of four party
lines. Subscribers, it is said, using
these four party lines, while suffer

ing some slight inconvenience, will
have the benefit of a cheaper phone
rate.
In October, 1912, the Ocala Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Company had a service of 448
phones; this number had increased to
CG0 in October, 1913, to 738 in Oc October,
tober, October, 1914; and at present, notwith notwithstanding
standing notwithstanding the war, the number of
phones is about 775.
Ocala is one of the few cities and
towns in Florida enjoying the com

mon battery phone system, which
means that it is no longer necessary
to ring central to make a call.
Gainesville, for example, still has the
old system-
According to the city engineer, ap approximately
proximately approximately six and a half miles of
cement sidewalks have been laid the
last 18 months. The superintendent
of streets, on the other hand, es estimates
timates estimates that about 58 blocks of lime
streets have been built 6r re-built,
during the same time, some of these
blocks being very long. Also this
does not include repairs.
During the last few months the
following business concerns have been
incorporated, or have begun busi business
ness business in Ocala: The Marion Bottling &
Ice Kream Co., Louis R. Chazal &
Sons Co., the Florida Soft Phosphate
& Lime Co., the Florida Mortgage &
Farm Co., the T. J. Bernard Co., the
Marion Mercantile Co., the Marion

Realty Co., Smith Grocery Co., Ocala

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Standard
Grocery .Co. (wholesale,) and the
Ocala Knitting & Manufacturing Co.,
the last named concern just being or organized
ganized organized with a capital of $50,000, the
first knitting factory in the state.
The Ocala House has recently been
remodeled. Among the new buildings
completed during" the last few mqnths
are a $70,000 modern public school
building, a new school building in
North Ocala, and a rebuilt primary
school building. The Holder building
is now being refinished throughout.
A number of new residences are
building and others are planned.
A comparison of the state and
county taxes collected is most inter interesting,
esting, interesting, and the showing is very fav favorable
orable favorable considering conditions. In
1913 the total assessments were
around $185,000.. The collections in
May, 1913, were $159,000. The

amount of taxes not paid in that year

was $17,000, or about 9 per cent. The

1914 assessments were $178,000. The

collections to date are $139,000. About

$29,000 remains to be collected, or

about 16 per cent. This is a differ
ence of 7 per cent.

The city tax figures could not be

obtained, the city tax collector being

out of town.

"There are at present about 500

motor cars in the city and county, an

increase of about 150 over last year.

Most of these cars are owned in

Ocala.

Further evidence of the prosperity

of Ocala is in the number of summer
and winter homes, with their pavil pavilions,
ions, pavilions, docks', boathouses and boats
that have been built and are building
on the shores of Lake Weir. The lake
is fast becoming Ocala's place of rec recreation.
reation. recreation. New cottages are now being

built on the lake by Ocala people.
Since the war begun, ten months
ago, there have been two business
failures in Ocala. Both the houses
that failed had been recently estab established
lished established in the face of strong competi

tion. All our institutions of long
standing are steadily doing business,

and, as noted elsewhere, a number of

new firms have started up in the past

few months.

There are a few unrented houses in

Ocala, but not near so many as the

new residences built in the last year.

At the beginning of the war, the
phosphate mines near Ocala shut

down, and have stayed dowrw All the

turpentine farms in the vicinity have

had their output greatly restricted.

Fewer tourists came thru Ocala this
year than for some years previously.

Still, the city is doing business,

and good business, at the old stand.

It is safe to say that during the long
summer season it will do more busi business
ness business in proportion to its capital than
any other town in Florida.
The reason why Ocala is such a
stayer, while there is always some something
thing something doing on her streets, is both
solid and simple.
Ocala is the center of the best
farming country in Florida. She
stands on the soil and is built from
the ground up. Her taproot is far
down in the earth and is drawing
sustenance when many more preten pretentious
tious pretentious communities are wilting in the
drouth.

The commencement sermon to the
Ocala high school will be preached at
the Temple theater tomorrow at 11
o'clock by Rev. J. M. Gross. The
theater has been selected as the place
for the sermon in order that all who
desire to attend many find seats.
Splendid music for the occasion has
been prepared by a chorus and or

chestra directed by Mr. A. E. Gerig.

All the congregations of the city are

invited to suspend services and wor worship
ship worship with the school. The program
of exercises follows:
Program
Anthem, "Trust in the Lord" (from
the "Largo") Handel.
Invocation by Rev. R. B. Bowers.
Hymn, Coronation.

Scripture reading.

Hymn, Italian Hymn.
Prayer.
Announcements.
Anthem, Gloria (from Twelfth

Mass) Mozart.

Sermon by Dr. J. M. Gross.
Hymn, America.
Benediction.
In order that the hours may be

After it3 first, and a very success-j
ful year, the North Ocala school had t
its closing exercises Friday afternoon 1
The teachers, Misses Mendenhall and I
Clark, have a right to be proud of
their record. They had a large at-'
tendance to instruct, and were at :
some disadvantages not felt by the
teachers in the city, but performed :
their task faithfully and well.
The exercises were largely aUf-nd-j

ed, nearly all .the scholars being
present, and many patrons. The pro program
gram program was. a good one, and the pupil
went thru with their parts with an
efficiency and enthusiasm that was

most gratifying to their teachers and
friends.
After the program was rendered,
one of the trustees, Mr. W. T. Gary,
made a brief address, eomplirrerrting
the school on its good work and ex expressing
pressing expressing the hopes that are warrant warranted
ed warranted by it for the future.
After this, the patrons spent an
hour or more looking over and admir

ing the specimens of handiwork of the

pupils, all of which showed the care

of the teachers and intelligence of

N

ow is tee Time

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

more convua ur -" the voun scholar bade their teach-

those who desire to attend, the time

of the exhibit has been changed from

Monday morning to Monday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, from 3 to 6 o'clock. During
these hours patrons and all who are
interested are cordially invited to
view the written work, drawings and
so forth that will be on display in

ers an affectionate goodbye and all

left for home, and the first year of

the North Ocala school was over.
Following was the
Program
Song, "America" Winsette Adams,

"Two Fishermen" Odess Hogan

the various rooms. Although this is antj tj. Wilkes.

the first year that an exhibit has "When I'm a Woman' Twelve

been made by. these departments of Girls.
the school, it is believed that those "The May B's" Five Pupils.

who inspect it will consider it quite Recitation, "A Fellow's Mother"

creditable, or at least a good begin- William Wilkes.

ning. All of the work exhibited is "Which Loved Her Best" Three

samples of the regular class work pupils.

saved from day to day and not work Recitation, "The Duel" Gertrude

Gir

MUSICAL TALENT OF OCALA

Smith.
Recitation, "What a- Little
Can Do" Jewel McConn.
"Vacation Time" Five Pupils

Recitation, "My Shadow" Mary

FLORIDA

TEACHERS' EXAMINATION

Notce is hereby given that the reg-

ualr teachers (examination 'will be

held in Ocala beginning, on Tuesday,
June 8, 1915. The regular fee of $1

will be charged at the beginning of
the work and applicants will provide

themselves with cap paper and writ

ing material.. Very respectfully,

5-7-51 -sat J. H. Brinson, Sunt.

POINTS THE WAY

A civic populace forgets at times
some of the most essential things
that ero to make her famous. In this

great age of strife and envy the mer
cenary spirit seems to prevail; for
getting within ourselves the pleas

ure of others and forgetting as we

work for others does advancement

progress.

We seemingly and entirely forget
the fine arts are the prime factors
that brine forth the greater and

nobler impulses of the geni homi.

What has made famous Florence,

Vienna, Rome, Paris, Berlin and

others of the old country in their

various fine arts. So with this coun

try. What would Boston, Cincinnati,
Chicago, Washington and many other
cities of .our own dear country be
without their arts, especially their

musical talent which has been push

ed to the front. Any city may have

her ereat industrial resources, but

the cream of all comes from her arts

be it in music, painting, sculpture or

her beautiful gardens.

So while this our beloved city Ocala

is sleeping on what truly we have as

a pleasurable asset, in the way of

musical talent, other cities of our
great state of Florida are combining
their efforts and are putting their
musical talent to work.
If you please, go anywhere in Flor Florida
ida Florida in band circles Ocala has the
reputation of having superior musical
talent. The same may be said" that
Ocala is far above the average city of
her size in instrumentation and voice
culture, still Ocala is sleeping supine supinely
ly supinely on her merits and letting her mus musical
ical musical talent be calmly buried.
Now, why not arouse ourselves
from this lethargy, this state of inac

tion or indifference, to one of activity
and vigorous organization of our

latent talent.

Take notice, if you please, at the

present time our band. O, what a
shame for Ocala to rest on her oars

and not put this talent to work. Ocala

by active, judicious and thoughtful

procedure could in a short time have

a band here of not less than forty to

fifty active players, but here we are,

lying dormant, strictly quiescent, per

fectly at repose, when the city and

atmosDhere should be vibrant with

cymbal and cornet.

Then what a great chorus we could

have here. Why, any of our churches

can with credit muster up a chorus of

forty to fifty voices. On special oc

casions take the pick of these several

choruses and see for yourself what
we have. Then in connection with
this, what a symphony orchestra could

be gotten together.

It only means an awakening to

Ocala's opportunities, a getting to together,
gether, together, a harmonizing of her musical
talents that would in a short time

make Ocala famous as a musical cen center.
ter. center. The above should not be thought

liehtlv of but should be taken into

careful consideration and Ocala's cit

izenshiD broueht into closer touch

with the musical situation.

prepared for exhibit.
The work of the home economics
department is especially gratifying.

At the beginning of this session, none

of the equipment for domestic science

and domestic art had been purchased, Novokoski.

but soon a complete equipment, suffi-l Recitation, "Boys Will be Boys"
cient to accommodate a class of I Orion Jovner.

twenty girls, was selected and in- Recitation, "Something Unusual"
stalled. This equipment included Mamie Hogan.
four latest model Singer sewing ma- "When I'm a Man" Nine Boys.

chines, ten sewing tables, twenty Recitation, "In School and Out"

chairs, five domestic science four- J Joseph Novakoski.

pupil tables, with complete table and "Raindrops and Sunbeams"
pantry equipment, individual gas Twelve Girls.
burners, stools and ovens. Several Recitation, "Good-By Little Desks"

things, such as kitchen cabinets, an Vermeil Kopman.

ice box and several yards of towel- Recitation, "He Didn't Think"

ing were either donated or sold to the Gladys Watts.

school at a great reduction from the "Sing a Song of Summertime
ordinary retail prices. Work in Eight Pupils.

the domestic science department was Recitation, "Her Favorite Card"

begun at once, but on account of the Clara Hogan.

inability of the Ocala Gas Company "Grandmother Daisies" Five Girls.

to make the gas connections, nothing "Who Stole the Bird's Nest" Leila

was done in domestic science before I Hogan

the beeinning of the second semester. Song. "May" Second and Third

Home economics was offered to all I Grade.

girls above the sixth grade and over

The Statement of this Crystal River

Resident Will Interest Our
Readers
Our neighborhood town, Crystal
River, points the way in the words of
one of its most respected citizens:
M. Peterson, Box 93, Crystal River,
Fla., says: "I was annoyed by a lame
back and pains in my kidneys. It hurt
me to stoop .or lift and my kidneys
didn't act regularly. I used two box boxes
es boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills and they
regulated the action of my kidneys
and removed the lameness and sore soreness
ness soreness in my back."

Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't ask

for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills the same kind that Mr. Pe Peterson
terson Peterson had.' Foster-Milburn Co.,

Pror., Buffalo, N. Y. AL5

On Saturday and Monday, 16

pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol

lar's worth -of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

Ladies' waists at Flsfiel's.

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WILBUR V. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Embalmer

I With
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Furniture and
Undertakers

Phone 10
Ocala, Fla.

219 WEST BROADWAY

SAVES DAUGHTER

AdVice of Mother no Doult Pre

vents Daughter's Untimely End,

one hundred elected to take it. With
but few exceptions, these continued
the work to the close of the term

with ever increasing interest. Some
of the girls could scarcely use a
thimble or pedal a machine, but per persevering,
severing, persevering, they have learned to sew
well and they and their mothers are
proud of the accomplishment. An
evidence of the ability with which this
department has been conducted and
success achieved by the girls will be
shown Monday afternoon. The ladies
who fail to see this exehibit will re regret
gret regret it when they learn how much
they missed.
Monday evening, beginning at 8
o'elock, the graduating exercises will
take place at- the Temple theater.
The class this year consists of seven
girls and 'four boys. The program
offered by them will be in the nature
of a class night entertainment. Mr.
R. A. Burford has kindly consented

to presiae ai mese exercise. i i wa, not able to, do

Class roll: Margaret MacGilvary anvthinW for nearly six months." writes

Jackson, president; Olivia Primrose Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and
Toffaleti, vice-president; Susie Eras- was down in bed for three months.

ma Ervin, treasurer; John Welsh I cannot leu you

Dewey, secretary; Mary Vivienne Ey- ony UoublesT
cleshimer, Ruby Orris Cappleman, Dur familv doctor told my husband he

Emily Dorothy Schreiber, Nan Gen- could not do me any good, and he had
eva Brooks, Alfred James MacKay, to give it up. We tried another doctor.

Samuel Kemp Burford, John Berian ui ne am noi nvp bk.
. At last, my mother advised me to take
15attS. I J..; tu ..mmin'e tnnifV I thnufrht

Class motto: raima non sine pui- it was no USe for 1 was nearly dead and

vere.

Class flower: Pink carnation.
Class colors: Green and white.

The following is the program for

Monday evening:

Program
Music Orchestra.
Invocation Rev. J. G. Glass.
Chorus, "O Hush Thee, My Babie"

Sullivan.

Welcome Margaret Jackson.
Reading, "Vision of Handel" Oliv

ia Toffaleti.

Oration, "Back to the Land" Al

fred MacKay.

Piano duet, "Merry Wives of Wind

sor" overture (Nicoli) Marie Bur Burnett
nett Burnett and Louise Rentz.

Oration, "America, the Good Sam

aritan" Ruby Cappleman.

Oration, "America, the Melting
Pot" John Batts.
Piano solo, ,"Schwanenlied" (from

Lohengrin-Wagner) Dorothy Schrei Schreiber.
ber. Schreiber. Reading, "American Beauties"
Nan Brooks.
Oration, "One Hundred Years of a
Nation's Progress" Welsh Dewey.
Chorus, Serenade Schubert.
Class History Sam Burford.
Class Prophecy Vivienne Eycle Eycle-shimer.
shimer. Eycle-shimer. Class Will Susie Ervin.
Music Orchestra.
Valedictory Margaret Jackson.
. Delivery of diplomas Principal W.
H. Cassels.

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1 took eleven bottles, and now 1 am able
to do all of my worlc and my own
washing.
I think Cardui is the best medicine in
the world. My weight has increased,
and 1 look the picture of health.
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle ot Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it will help you, for it has helped so
many thousands of other weak women
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists.
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AdTisory Dept.. Cnartano?. Tenn.. fcr

Instrmctiont on your cs and 6 P BOOK. o" J
Traatmant lor Woman." ir paia wrnr. N.U I

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WOOD
PHONF 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Vour Order will have
immediate Attention.
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagoo Shop.

.NOTICE

Notice Is hereby given that on the
7th day of June. 1915, the undersigned

will apply to the Honorable Park j

Trammell. governor of the state of
Florida, at hi office In Tallahassee,
for a charter for an Incorporation, not
for t.rofit to be known as the Lake

Weir Citrus Growers Association, upon

tlie fallowing- article oc Incorporation.

WALtTJ-.Il It.
E. IL CJOIP.
MAYNAIID PRAY.

AltTICL.ES OP INCORPORATION' OF

TIIK UAK'K WKHt CITRUS GROW GROW-KllS
KllS GROW-KllS ASSOCIATION

Know all men by thee presents, that

we, the undersipnea citrus growers of

the tate of Florida, have this day a-1

soclatel ours-lr-jj together for the pur-

ix) of lurmuiK a horticultural cor-

iKra.tion. under the laws of the state

of Florida, as a non-profit association.

upon the following articles of Incor

poration, to-wit:

Article 1. The name of this corpora

tion 1m the Ijake Weir Citrus Growers

Association.

Art 2. There shall be no capital

stock of said corporation, lut the tamt

is organized as a horticultural associa

tion, not for profit, under the laws of

the fiate of Florida, and the purpose

for which it Is organized are, to pro

vide a means or agency through Itself

or other cooperative associations, foj

the t.k-klnv. tacklng and marketing of

eitru.s fruits and other agricultural

products of its mmbers. and to pro-1

vide an agency through ttseli or oihen

for the purpose of dealing in ail kind
of merchandise, supplies or appliance

that may be necessary. useful, or con

venient to its menbers In the cultiva

tion, production and nhJpping and mar

keting of their products, and for such I

t.urroes may buy. own. sell and I

deal In all kinds of real end per

sonal property. and shall tiave
the power to borrow money and mort

gage Its property to secure the pay payment
ment payment of eame.

Art 3. The principal place of busi

ness of raid association Is to De in I

lastlake. in the county of Marion,

state of Florida. The annual a-ieetlngs

of the members of this association

shall be field at said place on the firs

Tuesday in May of each and every
year, at which place Its directors shall

Be elected.

Art. 4. The term for wtilch this cor

poration fhall exist Is fifty years from
the date of the Issuance of Its letters

patent.
Art. 5. That any person who Is

bona fide citrus fruit grower In the

tate of Florida may become a member

of this associathm, upon being elected

to membership by the board of direct

ors.

Art. 6. That the voting power and

the iiroperty Interests of each and ev

ery member of this association shall be

enu&l.

Art. 7. The business and arrairs ori

this corporation jvhall be transacted by

a hoard or directors and a Twesidem

and vice-president: said president and

vice-ireident shall also be the presl-

df-nt and vice-president of said board

of directors, and each or then naJi all

the time of filling said office be a mem

ber of thi.4 association and a director!

in the snme; and ChLs association shall

also have a secretary and treasurer.!

both of whirti offices may be filled by

one and the same person. The number I

of directors of thl assoctailon Khali b

three: but the said association, without
amendment of Its charter, may ot any

time, by a two-thirds vote or its direct

or.-, increase It directorate, and mar,

at any time after so Increasing the

so.me. by a similar vote of Its board of

director, decrease its directorate as

said directors Khali see fit: but at no I
time yhall the number of said directors

be increased to a greater number than

nine, nor decreased to a les number

than three.

That -the names and residences of I

the officers and directors of this asso association
ciation association who are to conduct the business

until their tuecessocs are e-lected and

qualified are:
Names Residences

Walter It. Le. rreldent. Eastlake. Fla.

11. It. Oa-rn p. Vice-Pres.. Okla.wa.ha, Fla.

Maynard I 'ray. Sec-Treas.
Fast lake. Fla.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each of
sai.l incorporator and members of

this association has hereunto affixed
his hand and seal, on ithls. the 28th day

of April. 1915.
WALTER R. LEE. (Seal).

Eastlake. Florida.

K. It. CAMP. (Seal).

Oklawaha, Florida.

M.VTN'ARD PRAV. (Seal).

Eastlake, Florida.

Tell your physician, and tell him

plainly, to leave your prescriptions
where they'll be filled as written no
substitution here. The Court Phar

macy. tf

STATE OF FL)EITA.
iVil-VTV i tV t HflOV

Pefore me. the undesigned author

ity. T.-ronalIy appeared Walter R. Lee,
E. II. Camp and Maynard Pray, who
beinir dulv sworn, each by himself.

ays that he subscribed his name to
the above proposed charter of the
I.ike Wir Citrus Growers Association,

f.r the use and purposes therein men mentioned.
tioned. mentioned. WALTER R. LEE
E. If. CAMP.
MAYNARD PRAT.

Subscribed and sworn to before me.

thl ZSth day of April. 191S.
(Seal) Z. C niAMBUSS.
Notary Public.

My commission expires June 12, 191C.

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"SPECKLED BEAUTIES YOURSELF.
ISN'T IT?
WE'VE GOT THE KIND OF TACKLE THAT
WILL LAND THE FISH THAT TACKLE IT.
WE'VE GOT EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE- IT
IS PRICED LOW, TOO.
MARION HARDWARE COMPANY

PHONE 118,

OCALA, FLA.

"WE TREAT YOUR LAUNDRY WHITE"

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For delivering- work the same day it is received if it is sent in early
and immediate delivery requested. This feature of OUR LAUNDRY
is quite convenient for traveling men and transient people generally.
We use the best of everything that goes to giving absolute satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. Your clothes will last longer when laundered with modern
appliances than by the antiquated methods of years gone by. Come
in and inspect our plant and see our methods of handling collars.
PHONE 21
Imperial Sleam Laundry

Phone 21,

Ocala, Fla.

.oinmercial

OCALA, FLORIDA.

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

FLORENCE C. WMIAMS
Braids, Switches and Tranrlormations
Made from your own combings
Scalp Treatment, Facial Massage
Shampooing and Manicuring
Growing Hair on Bald
Heads a Specialty
Hair Matched for Braids, Switches, Etc.
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They are never alone that are ac accompanied
companied accompanied with noble thoughts. Sir
I'liilip Sidney.
Home and the White Slave Trade
In a recent issue of the Mother's
Magazine appears an article on the
'Home and the White Slave Trade,"
the following extracts from which

will douhtless prove of interest to
those recently addressed in this city
Hy Mrs. M. W. Henderson, head of the
National Home Mission and Rescue
Association of America and to those
studying the problem involved.
"Where the home fails, or is lax,
the vice market finds an easy prey.
The solution does not lie in laws, in
jails or in the pulpit, but in the home,
it the threfhhold of which the pro procurer
curer procurer lies in wait to entrap the girl
whose parents were too busy, or too
ignorant or too thoughtless to protect
their daughter. In the days of her
blossoming girlhood, when romance
is easily misunderstood, emotion
quickly aroused, and passion not in intelligently
telligently intelligently directed, she needs pro protection
tection protection as at no other period of life.
She needs to be protected against
herself and her own broodings and
imaginations.
"Encourage her to become interest interested
ed interested in some definite object in life, in
chickens, flowers or musKroom cul culture,
ture, culture, by 'Which she can also earn pin
money, in developing some one talent,
or in the home.
"To encourage a girl to become in interested
terested interested in the duties of home, they
must be givento her in the most at attractive
tractive attractive form possible.
"A girl may not take kindly to
washing dishes. But possibly if she
was given the care of the dining
room, with an obligation always t?
keep fresh flowers or ferns on the
table, she would consider it in a dif different
ferent different light. She might, even, in the
months of spring and summer, de devote
vote devote many joyous hours to planting
and cultivating flower beds to fulfill
this obligation. The girl with an un unsatisfied
satisfied unsatisfied craving for. beauty will find
the longing in a degree satisfied by
the color and perfume and the mys mysterious
terious mysterious wonder of a bed of growing
and blossoming violets.
"The girl .who is interested in try trying
ing trying to make better bread than moth mother,
er, mother, will have neither time nor incli inclination
nation inclination to wander about the neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood in search of something to do.
Born in every girl is a maternal in instinct.
stinct. instinct. She wants her miniature
house, from the first dawn of awak awakening
ening awakening intelligence. Keep this in instinct
stinct instinct alive. Then her desire for
romance will not be of a secret, mor morbid
bid morbid sort.
"That every girl will some day
grow up, marry and. bear fine, good
children is instinctive. Should she
fail, the parents would be the first
to criticise. But is the average girl
being lelped to become a strong,
good woman herself? From the re reports
ports reports of various anti-vice organiza organizations,
tions, organizations, it would seem not."

Mr. A. F. Adcock will arrive to-

nieht from St. Petersburg and tomor

row will accompany his family home ; J

in their car. Mrs. Adcock and child

ren have been guests for the week of!

her parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Mc Mc-Clane.

esting visitors Ocala has had for
some time and to her list of friends
made winter before last scores of
others have been added on this visit.

Presbyterian Social
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church will hold its
monthly social Monday afternoon at
the home of Dr. E. G. Peek, the
hostesses being Mrs. Peek and Mrs.
J. K. Dixon. The hours are from A
to G and all friend? are invited to attend.

Misses Katharine and Mildred
Pyles and Miss Lois Dame will return
home Wednesday from Brenau Col College,"
lege," College," Gainesville, Ga.
Mrs. W. T. Gary and children and

Mrs. Gary's mother, Mrs. W. F. Yo-
j cum leave next Friday for Daytona
! Beach, where they have rented a cot-
j tage for the summer.
!' ir it "M t. 1 i t

urh. iiarvey v.iariv wuv uas wen
very ill since Sunday, underwent an
operation for appendicitis at the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Hospital last night. The
operation was successful.

(Concluded on Fourth Page)
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Mr. W. M. Martin and Miss Sarah
Pearl Martin will return home to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow from school, the former from
College Park, Ga., where he was
graduated yesterday from the Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Military Academy, and the latter
from Washington Seminary,' Atlanta.
For the Jast few days Miss Martin
has been the guest af Miss Mildred

Woodward at College Park.

" Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brown, Miss
Helen Brown and guests, Misses
Flossie Byrd of Live Oak and Ber Ber-nice
nice Ber-nice Lyle of Bartow, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Goin, Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and Miss
Adele Bittinger left this afternoon
for North Lake Weir, where they will
be pleasantly domiciled for the next
two weeks in the Connor cottages. ;
,
Mr. Wallace Stovall has returned
to Tampa from. Mayfield, Ky., where
he accompanied Miss Minnie Stovall
and little Miss. Susan Stovall for a
visit of several weeks to their uncle,
Mr. Tom Stovall. ;
Mr. Julius Brown, a student at Per Perdue
due Perdue University, Lafayette, Ind., and
a number of class mates left there to today
day today for Michigan to spend a month
or six weeks camping. From Mich Michigan
igan Michigan Mr. Brown will come home to
spend the remainder of his vacation
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Brown. ;
-
Misses Lois and Delia Livingston

returned home last night from Aiken,
S. C, where they have been spend spending
ing spending the winter with an aunt while at attending
tending attending school.
Master Richard Moxley has re returned
turned returned home from a visit of several
months to his uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. John Williamson in De De-Land.
Land. De-Land.

Miss Doris Murry leaves tomorrow!

for her home in Evanston, 111., after
a visit of five months to her aunt,
Mrs. G. K. Williams. Miss Murry is
one of the most vivacious and inter-

BOX CANDIES
5 0 c er pund
We have the best 50c pound
. box Chocolates ever offered
in Ocala. Each one-pound
box contains from fifteen to
eighteen varieties, including
Nugatines, Cherries, Straw
berries. Ginger, Raisins, Co Cocoa
coa Cocoa nuts. Butter Toffee and
Caramels.
Fresh shipment just received.

The Servant
Question

has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaningon
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
Ocala Gas Company
PHONE 61

HOW TO COOK MUSHROOMS.
AVERY s!m;.le way to r-ook tuetn Is
to lal: I hem. Wash the umh umh-ruiiuis.
ruiiuis. umh-ruiiuis. removing the stems and
el them, then drop into ice water con containing
taining containing :i few droi of leinou Juke.
ThLs will prevent them from darkenlns
while the last om-s are ieeled.
After all are i-eeU-d dry them on a
cloth, butter a baking pan and place
th iuuIirni! in U umlerside up. In
ertvh mushroom put about a half tea tea-siKHinful
siKHinful tea-siKHinful butter and u few drops lem lemon
on lemon Jtihf. then sprinkle all with salt.
lepir "and nutmeg. Let them lake
for half un hour.
In the meantime chop the ieel and
stem and loil these In a half pint of
fiood stock. Thick eu the stock with a
tablesj Mniufu I tf Hour and one of but butter
ter butter to make u sauce and ur this
over the mushrooms, when the latter
are taken froui the oven. A pound of
mushrooms preiared In this way makes
an exceptionally good accompanlineut
for a broiled U-efsteak. and they should
be poured over It as soon ns tlm steak
is taken froiu the broiler.
Broiled mushrooms on toast make
a very satisfactory entree. Large
mus!inoms should be chosen for this
dish. After the stems and leel have
been retuovd. dip the mushrooms In
oil or In butter, reason with salt and
lpK.'r and broil. Chop the Ftems. as
suggested nlove. fry these lightly In
butter, add a little malt re d'hote!
sauce and spread over the mushrooms
and serve on slices of toast.- If one
wishes to make this a little more elab elaborate,
orate, elaborate, the toast may first be spread
with fried and mashed thicken livers
or with pate de foie gras.
Mushrooms hi glass bells make per perhaps
haps perhaps the most elegant mushroom en entree
tree entree fKjssible.
Peel and drain a pound of fresb
mushrooms, saute them for six or sev seven
en seven mluutes In butter. Reasoning cvitb
a level teaspMnful of salt and a half
teasjoonrul of pepr. From thlu slices
of bread cut six rounds of a size to Dt
under the IhI1s. Toast on cue side.
Butter the six nappies and place the
rounds. ton stel side down, ou them.
Cover with the mushrooms. whl h have
been sauted for one minute In melted
butter, then cook ten minutes In a
cupful of cream. Sprinkle with salt
Iepper and a dash of nutmeg. Pour
the cream over the mushrooms and
put on the bells. Set In the oven for
twenty minutes, then serve without re removing
moving removing the liells.
The so called -bells" In which tbU
dish Is served are In reality bell or
dome shned covers made of flrpproof
glass. They are to be used with fire fireproof
proof fireproof china nappies, which are Bold In
a few high class shops under the name
of mushroom nappies. These can be
bought either In fireproof white French
china or In a brown ware baring a
white lining and being really a flat,
open casserole. The nappies come In
four or five sizes for Individual serv service
ice service ami In several sizes for use In table
serving.
WHOOPING COUGH

Mclver & MacKay

Funeral Directors

UNDERTAKERS and EMBAH1ERS

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D. E. McIVER and a V. ROBERTS

Funeral Directors
AH Work Done by Licensed Embal
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PHONES

D E. McIVER 101
C. V. ROBERTS 303

UNDERTAKING OFFICE 4

"When my daughter had whooping
cough she coughed so hard at one time
that she had hemorrhage of the lungs.
I was terribly alarmed about her con condition.
dition. condition. Seeing Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy so highly recommended, I got
her a bottle and it relieved the cough
at once. Before she had finished two
bottles of this remedy she was entire entirely
ly entirely well," writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes.

Crooksville, Ohio. Obtainable every

where. Adv.

' Hope.
Hope throws a generous contempt
upon 111 usage and looks like a band band-some
some band-some defiance of a misfortune, as who
6hourd say. "You are somewhat trou troublesome
blesome troublesome now. but I shall conquer yon.

Jeremy Collier.

A Sensible Query.
Mr. Ashmead-Bartlett once told a
good story about his going to Ireland
for the first time. "As soon as I land landed
ed landed in Ireland I attempted to look for
traces of some of my ancestors, who
came from the extreme north of Ire Ireland.
land. Ireland. Meeting an Intelligent looking
Irishman. I Informed him of my mis

sion, saying that my ancestors emigrat emigrated
ed emigrated from about that spot a hundred
years ago and I was there trying to
look them up. He answered: Ye ay
your ancestors emigrated from our
town about a hundred years ago? Thin
why are ye looking for them here?

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Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 Souh Main St.

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 'era a chance USE
1 EEN OLE, that cleanly spray, that peerless house household
hold household disinfectant and insect destroyer.
, IFENOLE
Is sold in Ocala by
Mclver & Mackay, 0. K. Tea Pot Grocery,
. Tydings Drug Co., The Court Pharmacy,
Smith Grocery Co., Ollie Mordis
' MAMOfJ '.HARDWARE SO.
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF FEN0LE PRODUCTS

TO

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Account of U. C. V. Reunion
VIA

THE PROGRESSIVE RAILROAD: OF THE SOUTH
TflE OFFICIAL ROUTE
Special Train May 30Ih
"Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.. Ar. Richmond 5:15 p. m.
Carries free Reclining Chair Cars Tourist Sleeper. Standard Sleepers and
Dining Car.
GENERAL ROSEEOROUGH WILL USE THIS TRAIN
Tickets good on all regular trains, on sale 3IAY 29 to JUNE 2.. Return
Limit June 10. On payment of 50c tickets extended to June SO.

G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A.
Jaeksonrille, Fla.

J. BOISSEAU. C T. A.

Ocala, Fla.

The Undying Flam.
In a certain Kentucky town Uncle
Ike. a looul character of color, was do do-ins
ins do-ins odd Jobs for a gentleman when be
was seized with colic La its most vio violent
lent violent and painful form. Ill employer
went to his relief with the only aid In
liquid form he could find on the prem premises,
ises, premises, the same lein a bottle of tabasco
sauce.
Uncle Ike swallowed a large spoonful
of the stuff and returned to work,
weeping copiously.
A few minutes later the gentleman

went to look for him and found him
doubled up In the hay loft.
"Ike. be Inquired, bow do you feel
now 7'
Mos dald. bossr was the plaintive
answer.
"Better let roe give you another dose
of that medicine, then."
-Boss," said Uncle Ike. "I'd hate to
die on yoah hands, but I don't never
ag'ln sped to take nothln whut water
won't squench." Saturday livening
Tost.

$15.756

4

STOCK FEED

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

New dresses at Fishel's. tf

Bob-o-Links at Weihe's, the Ocala
jeweler. 25-tf

Dresses 98 cents at Fishel's. tf

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STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH 1

JAMES COLEMAN ED MATI1EWS L D. JONES.
OCALA PUBLIC GARAGE
Now Open and Completely Equipped and Solicits Your Easiness
We guarantee all work before it leaves the shop. James Coleman
will repair your motor cars in first class shape.
Our Ed Mathews is the best general blacksmith in the city. All
blacksmith work, wagon and buggy repairing1, horse shoeing, etc,
etc., quickly done and fully warranted.
Call and see us. We do our own work, very light expenses, and
can give you cheaper prices than others.
South Second Street West
(Second store west of Metropolitan Bank-liuildinjr)
OCALA - - FLORIDA

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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1913

OCALA OCCURENCES I

Trade at Fishel's.
tf
Sir. R. L. Anderson has gone to
Tallahassee.
Give her a Bob-o-Link. Weihe, the
jeweler. 25-tf
No need to despair roasting ears
aje ripe.
Globe-Wernicke cabinets at The)
Muray Company. tf
Mr. W. W Harriss is convalescing
from an illness of a week.
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 i
Bob-o-Links for your young lady
friends. Weihe, the jeweler. 25-tf
.1 4
Mr. W. C. Townsend of Lake Butler
spent last night in 'Ocala.
Buy your arugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the be5t always. 4-27-tf
Mr. Jos. W. Dodge, the decorator,
has secured a big contract in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. It will keep him busy two or
three months.
All members of F,rt King Camp
W. O. W., are preparing to take in
the Homosassa picnic on June 17th.
Mr. W. W. Clyatt returned today
from a visit to Levy county.
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
Harmonicas at The Murray Com Company,
pany, Company, tf
Mr. A. T. Thomas, the Star regrets
to say, continues quite siek.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
William Henry Fuller has had a
haircut. It is not known whether
"Harve Hines" was the artist or not.
Our fountain sodas and ice cream
are the BEST made and our service
is Al. Try them. The Court Phar Pharmacy,
macy, Pharmacy, tf
Theus Bros, have a splendid electric
sign in front of their store.
The first fully grown cantaloupe of
the season was brought to the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank a day or two ago.
W. K. Ia.ne, 31. !., "Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Ltaw Library Building,
Oca! a, Fla.
Mr. Carl Wenzel the contractor re returned
turned returned today from Eastlake, where he
has just completed the plastering
work on the Snow residence.
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.
Report of the civic committee re received
ceived received too late for publication. We
are afraid we will never make some
of our friends understand that we
can't set long reports in the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The W. O. W. committee on ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the Homosassa picnic
is busy and the greatest day in the
history of Fort King Camp is looked
forward to on this occasion June
13th.
A Victrola on your porch will make
you forget the hot weather. Get one
at the Muray Company. tf
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
Send Us Your
Orders For:
I Beams
Channels,
Angles and
All Shapes.
Boiler Plate
Tank Steel,
Galvanized,
Copper and
Zinc Sheets.
Truss Rods,
Stay Bolts
Structural
Iron Wort
Of All Kind.
All Hard Woods.
Launches,
lories and
- Skiffs
Built to
Order.
Boilers and
Tanks Built
To Order.
Pumps for all
Purposes.
Competent Force
For Roar Work at all
Times.
Fire Escapes.
L-
KS0NVILLE .FLORIDA

WEATHER REPORT

Thi3 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 C4
May 2 93 C2
May 3 89 62
May 4 87 CG
May 5 85 71
May 6 92 58
May 7 94 C8
May 8 .8G 72
May 9 80 CG 2.18
May 10 83 77
May 12. 78 C8 .32
May 13 82 C0 .76
May 14 8G 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 .0G
May 25 97 73
May 26 95 73
May 27 91 70 .32
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Banjoes, guitars, violins, accord accord-eons
eons accord-eons and t autoharps at -The Murray
Company. tf
; Everybody trades at Fishel's. tf
Mr. H. A. Waterman is indisposed
at his home on South Second street,
and during his absence from his store
Mr. O. B. Howse is taking his place.
Mr. D. E. Mclver has joined the
throng of people owning Fords, pur purchasing
chasing purchasing a touring car from the local
agent, Mr. Ed Tucker.
Mr. D. E. Mclver left this afternoon
for Columbia, S. C, to spend Sunday
rwith relatives en route to Richmond
to attend the annual reunion of The
Confederate Veterans and Sons of
Confederate Veterans, being a dele delegate
gate delegate to the latter from the John M.
Martin Camp.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
New dresses at Fishel's.
tf
For members of girls canning clubs
we recommend either B or BB farm
canning outfits. Marion Hardware
Company. 5-27-6t
New hats at Fishel's.
tf
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
Fresh country eggs twenty cents
pe dozen. Carn -Thomas Company. It
Safe That Time.
Sportsman (in auto, calling to boy
plowing in field by roadside) "Hi,
there, sonny! See anything to shoot
around here?" Boy "Yep; but ye
needn't be scart, mister. It's jest my
luck always not to have my gun along
with me." Judge.
No Chance for Him.
Bank Teller "This check is all
right, but you must be -introduced!
Can you bring your husband?" Wom Woman
an Woman "Who, Jck? Why. ir Jack
thought you wanted an introduction
to me he'd knock your block off!'
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
WOMAN SUFFRAGE
It's War Time Aspect
. London, Feb. 16. The women of
England are doing their duty. They
are taking care of the wounded, or
I if they cannot assist m work of that
kind they are adding their savings to
promote the good work. They arc
knitting and sewing for the soldiers
at the front. The suffragists have
given so little trouble to the govern government
ment government that it wil undoubtedly soften
the hearts of those in Parliament,
since the "militants" have turned all
their energies to aid the fighting men
of England, and so sufferage may soon
come after this terrible war is over.
Thousands of women in America
have overcome their sufferings and
have been cured of womanly ills by
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
This" medcine, though started nearly
half a century ago, sells more wide widely
ly widely today than any other womanly ton tonic.
ic. tonic. It can now be had in tablet form
as well as liquid, and every woman
who suffers from backache, headache,
nervousness, pain at times, should
take this "Prescription" of Dr.
Pierce.
Many a woman is nervous and irri irritable,
table, irritable, feels dragged -down and worn
out for no reason that she can think
of. In ninety-nine per cent, of these
ca?e it is the womanly organism
I which requires attention ; the weak
back, dizzy spells and black circles
about the eyes, are only symptoms.
Go to the source of trouble and cor correct
rect correct the irregularities, the drains on
the womanly system and the other
symptoms will disappear.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets are unequaled
as a liver pill. Smallest, easiest to
take. One tiny, sugar-coated pellet a
dose. Cures sick headache, bilious
headache, dizziness, constipation, in indigestion,
digestion, indigestion, bilious attacks, and all de derangements
rangements derangements of the liver, stomach and
bowels. 25 cents vial, by druggists.
Adv. 10

LA SOU AFFAIRS
(Continued from Third Page)
Where and now School Faculty is to
Summer
Monday marks the close of the
1914-1915 school year of the public
schools in this city and Tuesday there
will be an exodus of the members of
the faculty, several of whom will re return
turn return home only for a few weeks visit
before beginning or resuming their
courses of study at universities.
Prof. W. II. Cassels, under whose
able management the schools are
completing a most successful year,
will do private tutoring, spending pos possibly,
sibly, possibly, a few weeks out of the city
later in the summer. Miss Tommy
Abernathy leaves Tuesday for her
home in Pulaski, Tenn., Miss Carrie
Deen Tuesday for Tallahassee to visit
before returning to Gainesville to
spend her vacation with her parents.
Miss Mildred Groman the same day
for her home in Muncie, Ind. She will
take a course in domestic science
while home. Miss Mary Lee Hill will
go to Knoxville in two weeks to take
a course of expression at the Univer University
sity University of Tennessee under Dr. Emerson
of the Boston Conservatory of Ex Expression.
pression. Expression. As stated before Miss
Catharine Scott has resigned from
the high school faculty to enter Pea Pea-body
body Pea-body for the summer and winter. She
leaves Tuesday for her home in Co Columbia,
lumbia, Columbia, Tenn.
Of the grade teachers, Miss Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Mizelle, whose home is at Or Orange
ange Orange Lake, will attend the University
of Florida. Miss Bessie McKissock
leaves Tuesday for her home in Fort
Gaines, Ga., Miss Ethel Robinson will
spend the summer with her sister at
Bradehtown, Mrs. R. G. Todd will con conduct
duct conduct a summer school, teaching chil children
dren children up to and through the seventh
grade. Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle and
Mrs. Wesson have made no definite
plans. Miss Eugenia Fuller will
spend a month or longer in the moun mountains,
tains, mountains, leaving home in August. Miss
Mabel Beck will spend her vacation at
her home at Cottage Hill and in the
fall will enter the University of Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. Miss Nellie Stevens, princi principal
pal principal of the primary school, will be a
member of the summer school faculty
in Jacksonville, teaching primary
methods. Miss Fannie Clark expects
to spend all of her vacation at Sparr
with her sister. Miss Lula Griffin
leaves Tuesday for her home at
Sneads and her sister, Miss Edith
Griffin will be the fortnight guest of
Miss Byrd Wartmann before return?
ing home. Mrs. Rochf ord will spend
August and September in Ohio. Mrs.
W. T. Evans will join Rev. 'Evans at
Lake Como. Miss Marcella McClane
leaves Tuesday for Panasoffkee, later
going to the University of Florida,
and Miss Eunice Marsh will also at attend
tend attend the university.
Miss Ella Mendenhall, principal of
the North Ocala school, .leaves Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for Eustis and the first of July
will go to New York to enter Colum Columbia
bia Columbia University. Her assistant, Miss
Collie Clark, will visit relatives in
Alabama the latter part of the sum summer.
mer. summer. The faculties of the three schools
will be the same next winter, except
for the substitutes of Misses Scott
and Beck and the addition of one or
two new teachers.
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Irvine of Or Orange
ange Orange Lake, who intended leaving to today
day today for Richmond and Washington,
are now in Greenville, S. C, called
there by the sudden death Thursday
of Mr. Irvin's only brother, Mr. Will
iam Irvin. Mr. Irvin was recognized
as one of his state's ablest lawyers
and most influential citizens and the
news of his death will be learned here
with deep regret by his friends made
during his annual visits to his broth
er. He had closed a deal for the Geo.
W. Wilson home at Orange Lake and
expected to take possession next win
ter. In his bereavement Mr. Dixon
Irvin has the sympathy of friends.
mm
Mrs. Sanford Jewett and little
Misses Margaret and Nan Jewett of
Lakeland, have arrived for a visit to
Miss Meta Jewett and Mr. Stephen
Jewett.
m m m
Mrs. L. F. Blalock is expected home
Monday or Tuesday from a visit to
Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Nixon in Talla
hassee.
A happy affair of Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon in. school circles was a party
given in the afternoon by Miss Fanny
Clark to the members of her class.
A wire to Mrs. E. Van Hood from
DesMoines, Iowa, conveyed the glad
news that her daughter, Mrs. Lew
Lyons, had suffered no complications
from her operation and that she was
doing nicely.
Mrs. W. C. Cook and two little
daughters and sister, Miss Frances
Tarver leave tomorrow for St. Pe
tersburg. Frances, the younger child.
has been very ill for several weeks
and the trip is being made in hopes
that salt air "will be beneficial.
Judge F. J. Titcomb, accompanied
by his smart little grandson, Master
Charles Stuart Tullis, came up from
Dunnellon today, to meet Mrs. Tit-
comb, who for the last few days has
been the guest of Mrs. Spurlin at
Lake Weir.
An auto party consisting of Mrs.
T. C. Luckie, Misses Mary and Ethel
Seymour and Messrs. Frank Anthony

and Ernest Colby left this morning
for Daytona. Mrs. Luckie will remain
in Daytona for a visit to her mother,
Mrs. F. E. Sheppard, but the. others
will return Monday. They will be ac accompanied
companied accompanied by two cousins of the Miss Misses
es Misses Seymour, Misses Annie and Mary
Seymour of Miami, and Miss Winifred
Streater of Lakeland, principal of the

Miami primary school.
www
i
J To Leave for Richmond
j Of particular interest to Ocalans is
j the twenty-fifth annual reunion of
the Confederate Veterans, which will
be held in Richmond, Va., next week,
for two of the city's loveliest girls
and two popular matrons will he
among the many charming southern southerners
ers southerners who will act as sponsors, maids
and matrons to the Sons of Confed Confederate
erate Confederate Veterans during the coming re reunion.
union. reunion. Miss Alice Bullock, Miss Onie Cha Cha-zal
zal Cha-zal and Mrs. Annie Waldo Van Deman
will represent the Florida Division,
U. C. V., being appointed sponsor,
maid of honor and matron of honor
respectively by Mr. W. W. Harriss,
division commander. In Mrs. E. L.
Carney the John M. Martin camp will
have a most gracious representative.
The party will leave Ocala tomorrow
with the exception of Mrs. Van Deman
who is now in Jacksonville. To the
regret of her many friends MiSs Car Carol
ol Carol ine Harriss will not be able to ac accept
cept accept the high honor bestowed on her,
that of maid of honor for the Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee Division, U. C. V.
From Richmond Miss Chaial will
go to Philadelphia for a visit of six
weeks to her grandmother, Mrs. N.
Hickman; Mrs. Carney expects to
spend a few days in Washington and
Savannah, and Mrs. Van Deman will
begin a series of interestinr visits.
Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Singleton and
daughter, Louise of Inverness are
week-end visitors of Mrs. Singleton's
sister, Mrs. Wallace Kelscy in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. They will leave Monday for
an extended trip through the west,
their objective point being the Pan Panama
ama Panama Exposition in San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hamrick of
Tampa, frequent visitors to Ocala the
guests of Mrs. Hamrick's sister, Mrs.
E. J. Crook, have gone to Daytona to
spend the summer.
I,
It will be good news to the friends
of J. M. Barco, who has been critically
ill for the past week, to learn that he
is improving and is considered out of
danger. Miami Metropolis.
Mr. Harry Peter has rented the
Barse residence on- South Watula
street, and will bring his family here
from Dunnellon to reside.
MARION COUNTY
FAIR COMMITTEES
Buildings: D. E. Mclver.
Executive: Z. C. Chambliss, Chair Chairman;
man; Chairman; D. E. Mclver, Baxter Carn..
Finance: Baxter Cam, chairman;
L. K. Edwards.
Live Stock Exhibits: L. K. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, chairman;. E. C. Beuchler, O.
M. Gale, II. II. Whitworth, John
Mathews, J. R. Williams, Dr. S. II.
Blitch, S. T. Sistrunk.
Agricultural Exhibits: Baxter
Carn, chairman; S. J. McCully, J. W.
Davis B. R. Blitch, J. W. Luffman.
W. M. Gist, Chas. B. Howell, J. T.
Rawls, Geo. H. Dyke, M. M. Proctor,
Jno. R, Rogers, J. B. Martin, J. W.
Stevens, W. J. Crosby.
Machinery and Implements: Bruce
Meffert, chairman; W. A. Knight, C.
E. Simmons.
Minerals and Woods: Clarence
Meffert, chairman; F. B. Beckham,
Thomas Sexton..
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. L.
Wartmann, chairman ; John Lewis, S.
F. Rou, R. L. Lytle, E. L. Carney, W.
G. Norsworthy, E. O. Cordery.
Poultry Exhibits: E. C. Bennett,
chairman; J. L. Davis, Mrs. Nathan
Mayo, A. P. Bitting, Mrs. S. IL
Blitch, H. 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, W. P.
Wilson, M. D., Fred K. Powers, G. G.
Giles, secretary.
Superintendents
Horticultural Department: Chas. F.
Schneider.
Agricultural Department: Travis
W. Collier.
Live Stock: C. G. Frazier.
Poultry Department: E. C. Ben Bennett.
nett. Bennett.
Domestic Department:" Mrs. J. R.
Moorhead.
Domestic Department (Negro):
Powers, and assistants.
Of Races: Charles Goddard.
Without Mcpe.
No doing an thins with a cessImisL
When you find a bright side 'or him
le won't look at it for fear the light
night blind him. Atlanta Constltu-
don.
Grateful Suburbanites.
Towne "Do you make nar rook
pay for what she breaks? Suburb!
(in amazement I "Make her cav? I
ehould say not! Why. every month.
besides paying her salary, we r?waxd
her liberally for what she didn't
break
To Keep Stoppers From Sticking.
A very little glycerin smeared
around the glass stoppers of bottles
will keep them from sticking for a
long time.
Kangaroo' Vrcfoi. Appetite.
The kangaroo which- is nctd for its
enormous aprM if said to be able
to eat as much -a;s as sU sheep.

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

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UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LOST Fraternity pin, Kappa Alpha
Theta; Bertha Smith engraved on
back. Liberal reward for return of
same to this office. 29-Gt
FOUND A black silk watch fob with
gold seal and clasp with 'letters.
Owner can have same by calling at
this office, proving property and
paying costs. 20-Ct
LOST A gold crescent pin, between
Carter's Bakery and 310 North
Main street. Return same to Star
office. 27-6t
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
WANTED Clean cotton rags, bring
to this office.
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished moms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
Ionia. 7-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Errin. at
Carlton ITouse. 19-1 mo.
FOR SALE 23,000 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
FOR RENT Large well located resi residence
dence residence property on Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, now occupied by P. V. Leaven Leaven-good,
good, Leaven-good, two blocks from A. C L. rail railroad.
road. railroad. All modern conveniences.
Address Mrsy O. T. Green, Ocala,
Fla., or call phone 383. tf
SEE lllls FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetr jles, milk and eggs, tf
FOR RENT No. 315 N. Orange SL,
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 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. 25-6t
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. 26r3t
FOR SALE Horse, surrey and bug buggy.
gy. buggy. A real family horse, gentle as
they make them, for sale on easy
terms. Apply at Star office. 2&-t
FOR SALE A rubber tired surry in
perfect condition, good as new. E.
M. Howard, Ocala, Fla. 14-12t
Fishel wants your trade.
tf
Lemberg and LI m burg.
There Is but one Lemberg, in Austria-Hungary,
the place in Callcla that
was recently takn by the Russians.
There Is a Lire burg In Germany, a
Limburg in the Netherlands and a
LImbourg in Ik-Igiuin.
The True Bravery.
There Is as much true courage In
during with constancy the sorrows of
the soul as In remaining steadily on
the wall of a battery. To give one one-Belf
Belf one-Belf up to grief without resistance, to
kill oneself in order to escape from
It, is to abandon the battlefield before
victory. Napoleon.
Bob-o-Links at Weihe's, the Ocala
jeweler. 25-tf

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Automobiles carried.
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Music Teacher and Composer J
SPECIALTIES
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Phone 333
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.
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.
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THC
Fifth JadlHal Clrralt mt tk Stale
f Fieri a, mmd far llartea Coea
ir la Cfcaaeery.
John H. Taylor and John IL Taylor,
Doing Busineas aa Ocala Manufac Manufacturing;
turing; Manufacturing; Company. Complainant, va.
Peter Bogrdua. t aL. Defendants.
Buit to Quiet Title.
It appeaiinx from the affidavit and
the aworn bill of the complainant in
the above atyled cause lhat he toeUeve
that there axe persons Interested 4n the
property involved in such suit other
than the known defendants, whose
najTvea are unknown to nim. and the
said complainant therein praying- for
relief against ucb unknown defend defendants.
ants. defendants. It I therefore ordered that all
parties claiming: an interest In the fol following
lowing following described property, cituate In
Marlon county. Florida, twwll:
N of neU of net& sec 2Z, tp IS s.
r 23 e;
Com at nw corner of ne!4 of nw4
of ses 23. tp IS s. v ti e. east f0 ft, a
24 ft. If ft. m 242 ft, w 11S& fU n
60 ft:
Com SOS ft a of nw corner of ne4
of nw4 of sec 23 tp IS r 23 e. e 1002
ft. m 42$ ft. w 1005 ft. n 429 ft to p o b;
SeU of eU. sec 24 tp IS. a r 23 e;
KVi of ae4. sec 21. tp IS a. r 24 e;
NeV4. ec 2. tp 17 a. r 24 e;
S of sU of sw4, sec 2, tp 17 s,
r 24 e;
Se of ae4. see 22. tp IS a, r 24 e;
6eW of swi; w4 of se4, aec 22. tp
IS s. r 24 e;
SwVi of ieU weet of river, sec 23.
tp IS s. r 24 e;
Sw4 of nw4. sec 2S. t- IS r 24 ;
Sw4. sec 2S, tp IS m. r 24 e;
Nei. ec 29. tp IS a. r 24 e;
Com S.S2 chs a of ne corner of sw;
of aeVi. of sec 31. tp IS a. r 24 e. w 20
ohs. a 7.S7 chs. e 20 chs. n 7.S7 chs;
Se4 of wV. aec 34. tp IS a. r 24 e:
Sw4 of ne4 of swVi. aec 34. to IS a.
r 24 e;
NwVi or wVi. aec 3. tp IS a r 24 e;
NwVi of sw Vi. aec 13. tp 17 a. r 24 e:
Com at ne corner of aei of rvw hi of
sec 14. tp 17 a. r 24 e. a 120 rod, w SO
rods, a 10 rods, w 32 rods, a l.SS rods,
w 22.8S rods, n 51.S3 rods, e 54. S3 rods.
n IS rod, e ZtM rods, n 25 rods, e IV
rods, n 2t degreea, a aS.75 rods, a la
rods to p o b;
Com at e corner of neU of swV of
sec 14. tt 17 a. r 24 e. w 40 chs. n 20
chs. e S.2S chs. a 12.92 eh, e .5.72 chs.
n 42 links, e S chs. n 2.50 ens. e 20 chs.
a 10 Chs to p o b;
Com rois e or rw corner or

seVi of nwli of sec 14. tp 17 a. r 24 e.
southeasterly to center of ieU of nw Vi
north easterly to pt 13 3-t roda jv of
northeast corner of e Vi of- irwVi. w
53 1-S rods to p o b;
Ne4 of nw4. aec 14. tp 17 rr 24 e;
NwVi of neV. aec 14, tp 17'a. r 24 e;
of mw, of awVi of seU. see 14.
tp 17 s r 24 ; -

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Se of ne4: e'.i of wU of ne'4, ;
14. tp 17 r 24 e:
&W& of bw4. se 14. tp 17 r 24 ;
H of nwU, ec 14. 1p 17 t 5t e;
N4 of nch. ec 14, tp 17 r 4 e:
Nw4 of nw. 28. tp 17 r ZZ
U of neU, 29. tp 17 m. r 23 e;
are require! to appear to the bill of
complaint filed galnt them on or be before
fore before the
71k Day mt Jaae, A. D. IBIS
the time twin? a rule day; tnat thin
order ehall be published once each week
for twelve consecutive weeks la the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaoer pub published
lished published In the county of Marlon, state of
Florida.
WITNESS the Honorable T. S. IluT IluT-lock.
lock. IluT-lock. judgre of the ?aid court nnd P II.
Nugent, clerk, and the "e3l thereof, at
Ocala. Marlon county. FKrli!a. this the
13th day of .March. A. I). 19 is.
ct. ct. seal) r. ii. n ran nt.
Cleric Circuit Court. Marion 0untr.
Florida. By M. E. Goddard, D. C
L W. DITVAU J-13-at
Solicitor for Complainant.
XOTICH
Notice 4 'hereby g-lren that" on the
7th day of June. 191i, the undersigned
will apply to the Honorable I'ark
TrammeJl. g-ovc-rnor of the juate of
Florida, at his of flee In Talla ha.
for a charter for an Incorporation, rot
for profit, to be known as fie Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh Cltrua Growers Association. iprn
the following articl- of lnr-r;vira.tian.
a IL OAITSKILU
V. M. GIST.
TV. IL BROWN.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF
THE MeTNTOCSFf CITRfS GROW GROWERS
ERS GROWERS ASSOCIATION
Know all men by hee present, that
we, the underpinned citrus prow era of
the state of Florida, have this day a.-aocla-ted
ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of forming? a horticultural cor--r
rati on. under the laws of the state
of Florida, nm a nonprofit as"Vf!aiUn,
upon the following articles of incor incorporation,
poration, incorporation, to-wlt:
Article 1. The name of this corpora corporation
tion corporation is the Mclntoh Citrus (Jrowcn
Association.
Art 2. There hall be no capital
wtock of said corporation, but the a.me
Is ryanized as a horticultural associa association,
tion, association, not for pro.lt. und-r the laws of
the ertate of Florida, and the purposes
for which it 1 organized are, to pro provide
vide provide a means or flpency through lireif
or other cooperati ve asoclat ur,r, for
the pick In jr. packing and market In g
citrus fruits ojid other agricultural
products of its members, and to pro provide
vide provide an agency through itself or other,
for the purpose of dealing in all kind
of merchandise, supplies or appliance
that may be neceajry, useful, or con convenient
venient convenient to its member in the cultiva cultivation,
tion, cultivation, production and shlj j:ng and mar marketing
keting marketing of their product, and for such
purposes may buy, own, a 11 and
deal In all kinds of real and per personal
sonal personal property, and shall have,
the power to borrow money and mort mortgage
gage mortgage Its property to secure the pay payment
ment payment of tame.
Art 3. The principal plac of busi business
ness business of maid association is to be In
Mclntcwdi. in the county of Marion,
state of Florida. The annual im-rtins
of the members of this 8ocia,t ion
ehall be he-Id at ald place on the flrrt
Tuesday. In May of each and every
year, at which place Rs directors Saii
b electel
Art. 4. The term for wtilcb this cor corporation
poration corporation ahall exHt is fifty yart tiom
the date f the issuance of its letter
patent.
Art. 5. That any person who is
bona fide citrus fruit grower in t?ie
state of Florida may become a member
of this a!sociat1on, upon b!ng elected
to membership by the board of direct directors.
ors. directors. Art. S. That the voting power and
the property 1 nt ereatu of each ind ev every
ery every member of this association shaJi be
eouaL
Art. 7. The buMlne and affair of
this corporation thhall be transacted, by
a board of directors and a pre 14 en t
and vice-preldent: said president and
vtce-prew Id en t ehall ko be the presi president
dent president and vice-president of all board
of directors, and each of them ba.il at
the time of filling eald office be a mem member
ber member of this ajfw tit Ion and a director
In the lame; and this association irha.l
also tiave a secretary and trssnrer.
both of which office may be filled by
one and the name person. The nue-nber
of directors of th! association nhaU be
three; but thaid association, without
amendment of its charter, may at any
time, by a two-thirds Vote of its direct directors.
ors. directors. Increase Its directorate, and may.
at any time after to increainar t .-.
ame. by a similar vote f Its board of
directors, decrease its directorate ss
said directors shall see fit; but at t.-
time .hall the number of raid director
be increased to a greater number thaji
nine, nor decreased to a Ies numlwr
than three.
That the names and residences of
the officers and directors of this asso association
ciation association who are to conduct the bulne
until their uccori are elected and
qualified are:
Name Residences
S. IL Gaitsklll. president. Mcintosh. Fla.
W. Xt GUt. Vice-Prea.. Mcintosh. Fla.
W. TL Brown. tec-Trea., Mcintosh. Fla.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, each of
aa'd incorporators and members
this aeodatlon tiaa hereunto affixed
his tiand and seal, on this, the 28th day
oi Apru.
S. H. GAITSKILl (SeU).
' Mdntoh. Florida.
W. M. GIST. fSeai),
Mel nt oh. Florida.
W. R. BROWN. Seal.
Mcintosh, Florida.
STATK OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
liefore me. the ndr!ml author
ity, personally appeared S. IL Galt Galt-kill.
kill. Galt-kill. W. M Cist and W. I' Hn.xn
being duly sworn, eacfi by himself.
aa that he subscribed his name i
the above proposed charter of the
iicintosh Citrus Growers Associat!cf?i,
for the uaea and purposes therein men
tioned.
f IL GAITSKILL
W. iL GI.T.
W. R. liROWN.
Subscribed and worn to before n
this 2Sth tU.y of April. 1 S 1 .Y
Notary J -a
My eomtrrfflon expires J u.ne 1-, l:-lS.

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