The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 21:
OCALA, FLORIDA TUESDAY, JUNE I. 1915.
NO. 129
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
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STARTLED VERY FEW

DETAILS HELD BACK BY TH
London, June 1. Zeppelin air airships,
ships, airships, long expected, reached London
last night, but several million of the
inhabitants of the city slept peaceful peacefully
ly peacefully through the raid. All they know
today are brief facts contained in the
admiralty's announcement, which re reports
ports reports that raiders flew over certain
outlying sections of the city. The of official
ficial official announcement also makes men mention
tion mention of numerous fires, which may or
may not have been connected with the
raid. Further details are held back
by British censors.
DID COMPARATIVELY
DAMAGE
LITTLE
Ninety, bombs were dropped in the
raid on Lomlon last night by the Zep Zeppelins,
pelins, Zeppelins, as a result of-which four per persons
sons persons were killed and a few injured.
No public buildings were damaged.
This information was officially an announced
nounced announced today.
li
Monday Night Exercises at the Tem Temple
ple Temple Closed a Most Successful
Year for the Ocala Schools
All the school work of, the last
eight months came to a successful
climax in the commencement exer exercises
cises exercises at the Temple theater Monday
night.
The theater, especially the stage,
was most beautifully and tastefully
decorated. by the graduates and their
friends with flowers and ferns, palms
and flags." The building was crowded,
every seat being taken, and a hundred
or two standing. Mr. R. A. Burford
presided. The following program was
carried out:
Music Orchestra.
Invocation Rev. Bunyan Stephens.
Chorus, "O Hush Thee, My Baby"
Sullivan.
Welcome Margaret Jackson.
Reading, "Vision of Handel' Oliv
ia Toffaleti.
, Oration, 'Back to the Land" Al-
v-
fred MacKay.
" Piano duet, "Merry Wives of Windsors-overture
(Nicoli) Marie Bur Burnett
nett Burnett and Ruth Rentz.
Oration, "America, the Good Sam Samaritan"
aritan" Samaritan" Ruby jCappleman.
' "Oration, "America, the Melting
Pot" John Batts.
Piano, solo, "Schwanenlied" (from
Lohengrin-Wagner) Dorothy Schrei Schrei-ber.
ber. Schrei-ber.
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 Eyele Eyele-shimer.
shimer. Eyele-shimer. Class Will Susie Ervin.
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Music Orchestra.
Valedictory Margaret Jackson.
Delivery off diplomas Principal W.
H. Cassels.
As all the esays and addresses of
the graduate were printed in Mon Monday's
day's Monday's Star, and were placed in the
hands of our readers about the time
the exercises commenced, it is not
neeessary to reproduce them today.
All the young people carried out
their parts well, speaking in clear,
well modulated voices. All were gen generously
erously generously applauded and fairly loaded
with flowers. During the day, each
and everyone was the recipient of
graduation presents from relatives
and friends: -'
When all had been heard, Principal
Cassels presented to each one his "or
!:er well-earned diploma," with grace graceful
ful graceful words, of appreciation This is
ilr. Cassels first year in Ocala. He
' las been very successful, .and it is the
hope of the high school patrons that
; he will be with us for a long time..
Vulcanizing. AH work guaranteed.
Blalock Bros., 107 Oklawaha Ave.-lm

SCHOOLDAYS ARE

BF THE MUTANTS

FUL SLUMBERS
CENSORS BUT ATTACK SEEMS
DAMAGE
(Associated Press)
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ME GIVEN A'WARH WELCOME BY THE HQS
PITABLE PEOPLE OF VIRGINIA

(Associated

Richmond, Va., June 1. The Unit United
ed United Confederate Veterans began their
twenty-fifth annual convention here
this morning. Governor Stuart, ex extended
tended extended the welcome for the state of
Virginia and Mayor Ainslee for the
city of Richmond. The ceremonies
will reach a climax Thursday with
the laying of the cornerstone of the
monument to General Stonewall
Jackson.
Addresses were delivered today by
General J. T. Brown, commanding the
Virginia division and Judge D. G.
Tylerl The convention was then turn turned
ed turned over to General G. P. Harrison of
Alabama, designated to preside for
Commander-in-Chief Bennett II.
Young, who is ill.
Judge G. L. Christian of Richmond
read General Young's address, which
the veterans cheered.
SOUTH WOULD RALLY TO THE
NOTION'S SUPPORT
Chaplain J. W. Bachman of Chat Chattanooga,
tanooga, Chattanooga, indelivering the invocation
asked divine guidance and direction
for the president and "all those in au authority
thority authority these perilous times."
Clarence J. Owens of Washington,
in speaking to the reunion of Sons of
Confederate Veterans, who are meet meeting
ing meeting in connection with the veterans,
pleaded that America might remain
at peace, but added that if a call to
arms came, the South would rally to
the support of the president and
"none more promptly than the sons
of the men who fifty years ago took
up arms in the South's cause."
SANITARY INSTRUCTION
AT PRIMARY SCHOOL
The prize which was offered by Dr.
Watt to the classes of the Ocala pri primary
mary primary school for the past term for the
highest per cent of cleanliness in
hands, eyes and teeth was won by the
girls of the advanced primary grade,
taught by Miss Fannie Clark. In the
same grade Margaret Chace, the six-year-old
daughter of Dr. J. E. Chace,
won a silver thimble as a prize for
the neatest sewing,, and Louise Clem Clement
ent Clement deserves honorable mention for
being neither' tardy nor absent during
the term.
ARE GRATEFUL TO AMERICA
A Graceful Tribute from France to
Her Great Sister Republic
Paris, May 31. All official France
was represented in the assembly hall
of the Sorbonne Sunday, when the
Benevolent Society of Artists present presented
ed presented to William G. Sharp, the Ameri American
can American ambassador, an album of original
drawings by leading artists and ad addresses
dresses addresses by well known authors, all
designed to expresssHhe gratitude and
appreciation of the French for the
aid rendered by Americans during
the war.
Advertise in the Star.

FROM THEIR PEACE

TO HAVE
E VERY LITTLE
Press)
OF THE RUSSIANS HAS HALTED
THE' TEUTON OFFENSIVE
( Associated Press)
London, June 1. The great battle
on the San to which the Russians fell
back after retreating over half of
Galicia still rages but the Russians
assert they have" resumed the offen offensive.
sive. offensive. London takes this statement to
mean that another mighty German
effort has spent itself. Though the
fate" of Przemysl is still uncertain, al allied
lied allied circles contend that the Austrians
and Germans have failed to crush the
Russians ir? Galicia and that their
rush forward cost them, thousands of
lives.
SUCCESS FOR RUSSIANS ON THE
SAN
Petrograd, June 1. Later dis dispatches
patches dispatches increase the magnitude of the
Russian victory in the region of
Sieniawa on the San river north of
Jaroslau. Fourteen guns and 7,000
prisoners were captured. The Rus Russians
sians Russians drove the Germans back across
the San to the south of Lubaczowka.
SUPREME COURT
UPHELD THE STATE
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 1. The constitu constitutionality
tionality constitutionality of the Mississippi anti-fraternity
law was upheld today by the
supreme court.
SCHOOL
Mrs. Rex Todd will coach a limited
number of pupils. Phone 347 or call
at residence, corner of Lake Weir
avenue and 8th street. 5-31-tf
For roofing, guttering and sheet
mefal work phone 388. R. E. Yonge
& Company. 31-Ct
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.
BEST THING FOR
A BILIOUS ATTACK
"On account of my confinement in
the printing office I have for years
been a chronic sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago J had an attack that was so severe
that I was not able to go to the case
for two "days. Failing to get any re relief
lief relief from any other treatment, I took
three of Chamberlain's Tablets and
the next day I felt like a new man,"
writes II. C. Bailey, editor Carolina
News, Chapin S. C. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

STUBBORN FIGHT
OH THE SAN

PRESIDENT WILSON IS

PA V VTATI-
WILLI UIM1L IIIIU

(Associated Press)

Washington, D. C, June 1. Presi President
dent President Wilson and .his cabinet today
must decide one of the gravest ques questions
tions questions the United States has ever
confronted. Germany's reply to the
American note regarding the Lusi Lusi-tania
tania Lusi-tania disaster and other, matters is
before the cabinet. It is predicted
that the president will decide to send
another note, brief v and emphatic,
stating the United States' position on
the disputed points. It isn't thought
the note will be sent to Germany be before
fore before Thursday, as the president has
granted the German ambassador an
interview tomorrow. It isn't believed
Count Bernstorff's visit will change
the president's decision.
PREPARING TUB SECOND NOTE
Preparation of the second note to
Germany has begun. The prevailing
belief is the note will ask whether
Germany intends by its note to disre disregard
gard disregard the fundamental principles of
international law. If the reply is not
considered satisfactory, the United
States will probably sever diplomatic
relations.
WARNING TO MEXICO
The warning note to Mexican fac factions
tions factions was completed after more than
two hours discussion by the president
and cabinet today. It will be made
public tomorrow.
VICE PRESIDENT GUI
FORT MYERS MAN TAKES THE
SECOND PLACE IN FLORIDA
CITRJJS EXCHANGE
(Special to the Star)
Tampa, June 1. At the annual
meeting of the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange,
change, Exchange, II. L. Borland was unani unanimously
mously unanimously elected vice president.
A. R. Sandlin.
BANKS WILL OBSERVE
DAVIS BIRTHDAY
Thursday, June 3rd, being a legal
holiday (Jefferson Davis' birthday)
the undersigned banjes will be closed
for business on. that day.
Commercial Bank.
Munroe & Chambliss Na National
tional National Bank. Bank.-Ocala
Ocala Bank.-Ocala National Bank.
SERVIA AGAIN IS
READY TO STRIKE
Austrian Battalion Cut Up on the
Frontier of Albania.
(Associated Press)
London, June 1. Serbia has ap apparently
parently apparently begun a new campaign. An
official announcement from Nish says
an Austrian battalion has been dis dispersed
persed dispersed by Serbian artillery on the
Albanian frontier.
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line v.f
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Stoie.
LAME RACK
Lame back is usually due to rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back with Cham Cham-bei
bei Cham-bei Iain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere
Advertisement.
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pound box of chocolates. The box is
plain but the chocolates are high" high"-grade.
grade. high"-grade. Troxler's. 4-tf
WHITE MAN WITH BLACK .LIVER
The liver is a blood purifier. It was
thought at one time it was the seat
of the passions. The trouble with most
people is that their liver becomes
black because of impurities in the
blood due to bad physical states, caus causing
ing causing biliousness, .headache, dizziness
and constipation. Dr. King's New
Life Pills will clean up the liver, and
give you new life. 25 cents at your
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EXPECTED TO UHEQUIVO

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UUUII I 111 U I UUI I
BRITISH SUBS
ARE BUSY
CUTTING OFF COMMUNICATIONS
BETWEEN DARDANELLES
AND CONSTANTINOPLE
( Assoc la trl Pro-.-:)
Londonv June 1. An Athens dis dispatch
patch dispatch ays the transportation of
Turkish troops to the Dardanelles
has been interrupted by the opera operations
tions operations of British submarines before
Constantinople.
CIVIC COMMITTEE PLEASED
WITH CHILDREN'S GARDENS
The memlcrs of the civic committee
and the judges conclude! their in-
ispection of the children's gardens
Friday and were much pleased with
the interest manifested by the little
folks this year and the really credi creditable
table creditable showing they made.
InNspite of the lateness of the
spring and the continued dry weather
of several weeks past, the children
made a fine showing and their efforts
should be encouraged and rewarded.
Mrs. Blitch, chairman of the com committee,
mittee, committee, remarked "That considering
the fact that many of the children
arj mere babies and that many of
the gardens represent the efforts of
children between the ages of six and
ten years, the gardens are wonder wonderful."
ful." wonderful." She also said that the i judges
wore met with ery general stories
of trials in the way of marauding
chickens and consequent devastations
of gardens by them.
The little nephew of Dr. J. M.
Gross, who is fours years old, ha3 a
most interesting garden of his very
own. The.Troxler boys who won
prizes last year, at the flower show,
have very fine gardens and quantities
of flowers in bloom, ilelcn Jones has
a wonderful lot of zinnias in bloom at
the Colonial. The gardens of Cevie
and Ilereschel Roberts and Wilfred
Harolrl are also very attractive. In
North Ocala were found many fine
gardens and in this part of town the
results have been generally satisfac satisfactory.
tory. satisfactory. A visit to Abe children's gar gardens
dens gardens in a spirit of appreciation would
really le worth any one's time and
would reveal possibilities for the
leautifying of Ocala that are worth
developing.
- The flower show was hold at the
court house snuare Monday afternoo.n
at 5 o'clock. First ard second prizes
were awarded, for the best gardens
and exhibits to boys and girls le le-tween
tween le-tween the. ages of six and ten years
and between the r.ges of ton and, fif fifteen
teen fifteen years and also to the lady mak making
ing making the best exhibit of cut flowers
grown by herself.
The gorgeous yisplny of flowers 50
artistically arranged at the band
stand yesterday afternoon and the
eager, happy faces of the children
awaiting the decision of the three
judges, Mrs. Home, Mrs. Perdue and
Mrs. Caldwell were very gratifying to
Mrs. Blitch and the other members
of the committee. They, feel very
much encouraged, realizing what an
added interest ihere has been this
year among loth the children and the
parents, and that the rr.ovemc-nt opens
a wonderful field of work for the
future. They can picture Ocala a
veritable garden of beauty as a result
of their beginning this work and 1m? 1m?-lieve
lieve 1m?-lieve the undertaking will grow rap rapidly
idly rapidly from year to year.
The display cf Mis elTie Bell who.
however, was not a contestant, is
worthy of special mention, and the
originality shown by Wilbur Harold
in the arrangement of hi? plat te te-speaks
speaks te-speaks a coming landonpe canjner.
One of the most I-eautiful exhibits
was a vase filled with hydranra
bloom and exhibited by Mrs. R. R.
Carroll. This immense bunch of
beautiful blossoms all irrew on a
single stalk, and is the largest and
prettiest the writer ever saw.
The winners of the second annual
flower fete were hard to choose from

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DESPERATE OFFENSIVE PROMISED FOR TEUTONS-HAS SB FAR
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(Associated
among so many praiseworthy en entries
tries entries but were finally decided to be
rhe following, namely:
Boys C to 10: First, John Troxler;
second, Herschell Roberts.
Boys 11 to 15: First, Lindsay Trox Troxler;
ler; Troxler; second, Walter Troxler.
Girls C to 10: First, Cornelia Doz Doz-ier;
ier; Doz-ier; second, Marjorie Burnett.
Girls 11 to 15: First Helen Jones;
second, Cevie Robert.
Lady prize: Mrs. Bouvier.
Although the above names carried
off the prizes all children present were
made happy when Mr. Bennett gen generously
erously generously gave them a ticket to the mat matinee
inee matinee at the Temple' theater this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Just before the beginning of the
commencement exercises at the Tem Temple
ple Temple last evening, Rev. Stephens an announced
nounced announced the names of the winners of
the prizes.
Girls 11 to 15 .years: First prize,
a silver coin bag; second, silver van vanity
ity vanity box.
Girls G to 10: First prize, brass
fern dish with fern; second, flower
basket.
Boys 11 to 15: First prize, baseball
and bat; second, .baseball glove.
. Boys fi to 10: First prize, a garden
setl second, a pair of chaps.
The ladies prize was a garden bas bas-ketr
ketr bas-ketr
Little Albert Gross Blakely, whose
age in between four and five years,
was too young to enter the contest
but as his garden was deserving of
much praise" from the committee and
judges who were bo impressed with
the efforts of the little man "that he
was -given a book on flowers, which
was done entirely aside from the reg regular
ular regular prizes.
MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP
INTHE GEM CITY
The following from the Palatka
News will be of interest to Ocala peo people:
ple: people:
Palatka has two systems of domes domestic
tic domestic water supply.
There is the Boston corporation,
first in the field, and doing business
as the Palatka Water Works.
Then there is the municipal plant,
pwncd by the city, anS rranaged by
the city engineer, Mr. S. C. Stall Stall-ings.
ings. Stall-ings.
These plants are competitors for
the business of supplying water to
th people of Palatka. All things
leing equal, it would look as if the
people ought to patronize the muni municipal
cipal municipal plant, but
It was charged at the beginning of
the. municipal company's operations
that it3 water was hard. For domes domestic
tic domestic purposes, a Foft water is prefera preferable.
ble. preferable. The supply of the old company is
undeniably soft. This gave the old
company some advantage.
Then a year or more ago the mani mani-cipal
cipal mani-cipal plant installed a softening and
aerating plant. Since then thebusi thebusi-ness
ness thebusi-ness of the municipal company has
grown by leaps and hounds. There
is no question as to the purity of the
supply; neither can there be ques question
tion question as to the absolute healthfulnes
of this modern softening process."
There had been some complaints,
however, regarding the purity of the
old water works supply. These re reports
ports reports coming to the officials, they de demanded
manded demanded an investigation. That in investigation
vestigation investigation was made. It was made
under the direction of the city en engineer.
gineer. engineer.
It won't, do to say that it was a
question of business rivalry, or spite
work. The only question at issue is:
i the supply of water furnished by
the old Palatka Water Works im impure?
pure? impure? The state health officer has Fettled
that question in the affirmative.
If you want to rent a house, get a
argain, pee S. II. Christian. 14-lm

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OF IPflRTAIIT FORT-
ROVFRETI)
Press)
London, June 1. Thq Austrian city
of Rovereto, whose defenses are re relied
lied relied on to check the Italians from
pushing up the Adige river and be besieging
sieging besieging Trent, is now threatened by
the invaders. Rovereto lies 13 mil
south of Trent, the capture of which
is one of Italy's great objectives.
Other important Italian moves,
which have the capture of Trent as an
apparent objective, have been hinder hindered
ed hindered by swollen rivers.
ONLY FEEBLE RESISTANCE TO
THE ITALIANS
Genoa, June 1. Austrian losses in
the first week of the war with Italy
totalled 5.K00 killed, wounded
and 1.000 captured. The Teutonic
forces gathered on the Italian frontier
are estimated to total "050,000. Thus
far only feeble resistance has been
offered.
A SUNDAY TRIP FOR THE AIR AIRMEN
MEN AIRMEN Amsterdim, Juno 1. Forty-four
German soldiers wcze 1 illed r.nd thirty
wounded when the allied aviators
made rn vir rnii over the German
rercdome at Ccnlrode, between Ghent
and Brussels, Sundr,y.
AT MARIETTA
Home Folks of Mary Phagan Want
Frank to be Hang
i a lat-l rrws)
Atlanta, June 1. A delegation ap appointed
pointed appointed at a mass meeting at Mar Marietta,
ietta, Marietta, Ga tMe home of Mary Phagan,
today protested to the state prison
commission against commutation to
life imprisonment of the sentence of
Leo Frank.
COURAGE IS COMMON
IN THIS WAR
London, Jan. 30. Every English Englishman
man Englishman knows how to die bravely. The
Irish, Scotch and English soldiers face
the bayonets, the machine guns as
though out on dres parade. It is the
men who sicken and die In the
trenches, or at home after an arduous
campaign that our sympathy goes out
to most." There are thousands of such
men behind the' battle lines who went
to the front without the strong con constitution
stitution constitution and good pure blood to with withstand
stand withstand the deprivation?, the hardships
of the campaign in Belgium and
France. It's a warning that we should
nay strict attention to our rtomach,
liver and blood. If one is all out of
sorts h. should take ai invigorating
tonic and alternative such as Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
which cures diseases of the Ftomach
and organ of digestion and nutri nutrition.
tion. nutrition. It eliminates from the blood
disease breeding poisons. It makes
the blood rich and pure, and furnishes
a foundation for found, physical
health. Fifty years ago. Dr. Pierce,
of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In Institute,
stitute, Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y" found that
certain barks and roots manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured by using glycerine without the use
of alcohol or opiates, made into a con concentrated
centrated concentrated extract, which he called Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
made -a stimulating tonic for the
simulat-iorr of -the food and eradicat eradicated
ed eradicated Momach, helped the digestion and
dispelled poisons fro mthe blood. This
is nature's cure for indigestion, and
by correcting the stomach, and there thereby
by thereby feeding the blood on pure mater materials,
ials, materials, the red blood corpuscles are in-,
created and the body established in a
healthy state. No one sufifers from,
catarrh who ; has plenty of red blood
corpulsclets and a good digestion.
Catarrh in alf its forms is a. fctagna- -tion
r.f the' blood. Introduce pure red
blood into the syFtem by taking the'
"Medical Di.-covery" and health is as assured.
sured. assured. Adv. 3
For members of girls canning clubs
we recommend either B or BB farm
caning outfits. Marion Hardware
Company.
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Fatherland goes on to quote from the
Philadelphia Ledger, which says
Bethlehem is as well furnished as
Krupp's. The Fatherland seems to
think America should be mightily
ashamed of all this,, but in the view
of the actions and professions of the
German government, every American
should be mighty glad our country
ha3 a plant so well able to manufac manufacture
ture manufacture munitions of war. We may need
it ourselves before long.

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THE GERMAN ANSWER
TO THE AMERICAN NOTE

Its the Star's opinion that the fol following
lowing following from the Columbia State
closely expresses American senti sentiment:
ment: sentiment: Germany's Unresponsive Reply

The diplomatic situation between
Washington and. Berlin is strained,
rather than relieved, by the German
note.
Apart from a formal regret for un unintentional
intentional unintentional attacks on the American
ships Gulflight and Cushing, not one
of the demands, so carefully put up
by President Wilson in the form of
assumptions as to German purpose, is
met.
There is no assurance, that Ger Germany
many Germany will discontinue its policy as
shown in the use of submarines in the
destruction of the Lusitania with ut utter
ter utter recklessness of the loss of life;

there is not even the promise of rep-j
aration to the families of the victims j
of that disaster; Germany, called to

task, attempts to shift the issue.

The issue can not be shifted.
The issue is now plain, to this ex extent,
tent, extent, at least; that Germany, has ac acknowledged
knowledged acknowledged that in the sinking of, the
Lusitania it acted with fore-knowledge
of the fact that there were
many innocent passengers, including
Americans, on board; that the sub submarine
marine submarine was proceeding within the
scope of its orders from the admir admiralty;
alty; admiralty; that the question of whether
similar acts will be committed in the
future is one that is not contingent
on Germany's regard for the old
rules of humane warfare, but on
whether or not the terrorism arising
from a violation of those rules shall
or shall not sufficiently intimidate
Great Britain as to cause her to mod modify
ify modify her policy of interference with
commerce destined for Germany.
These acknowledgements" are plain plainly
ly plainly inferred from the following points
in the German note:
The contention that the Lusitania
was an auxiliary cruiser, mounting
two guns; that she was carrying sol soldiers,
diers, soldiers, explosives in violation of Am

erican law, and war supplies; that it
is desirable to show what' action the

fJnited States has been able to per persuade
suade persuade Great Britain to aeree to in

the way of relaxation of her blockade
and orders in council in return for a
suspension of submarine warfare as

outlined by Germany in the decree
establishing a war zone. In addition,
with an appeal to the barest techni

cality that is heartless in its sugges sugges-tiveness
tiveness sugges-tiveness of the purpose that lay be behind
hind behind the destruction of the Lusitania;
it is suggested that the question
whether passengers and Crew were al allowed
lowed allowed time to be placed in safety de depends
pends depends upon an inquiry as to whether
or not the Lusitania was properly
equipped with lifeboats and bulk bulkheads.
heads. bulkheads. All of which is utterly beside the
spirit, the inquiry and the demand of
the original American representa representa-tion.
tion. representa-tion. It is clear that the Lusitania could
, not be an auxiliary cruiser until com commissioned
missioned commissioned and armed. It is clear, as
established before the dispatch of the
United States note, that she was not
armed and did not carry explosives
within the meaning of the American
statute. It is clear that she was de destroyed
stroyed destroyed without warning by a nation
which now directly admits the act
and the intent, and that, as a result,

innocent American lives were sacri sacrificed.
ficed. sacrificed. It is therefore clear that the issue
remains as it -arose to. the mind at
the time of the dispatch 'of the presi president's
dent's president's note, with no change except
as it is" more sharply defined; and
since the dispatch of that note the
Nebraskan has been torpedoed!
It is useless to consider the conten contention
tion contention that American rights should be
trafficked in by the United States ac according
cording according to a bargain which may or
may not be entered into by Great
Britain as a third party. The issue
is between the United States and Ger Germany.
many. Germany. It is nearly four weeks since
the Lusitania was sunk, and four
weeks is sufficient cooling time for
sudden passion. It 'is,, however,, time

for the crystallization of sentiment of
a far sterner and more determined

character than the sense of sudden-

outrage and shock.- We may conn

den tly expect that the next note that
goes from Washington will be of a

kind to sweep aside as 'immaterial to
the American contention "every- side

issue and irrevelant argument put

forth by Germany. When the answer
to that-note comes, we shall know

better where we stand and the de degree
gree degree of indifference to the friendship

of the world to which the desperation

of Germany has attained.

The Maine; was blown up on Feb-

ruary 15, but it was "- only in the last

' days of April that hostilities cpm

menced; in this infinitely greater
crisis we can afford to be even more
cool-headed and deliberate than in

1898; but we can afford to be none

the less determined, however
may shape events.

Condition of Affairs, However,

in Second Ward, for Human
Beings
In attempting to reach the city
during the heavy rain storm yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, the writer found himself utterly
blocked by the lake on the east side
of the primary school; not only was
the driveway but also both sidewalks
covered with water a foot deep. To
get around it we had c to go five

squares out of our -way a very m-

Tcf Airon;no ho Star was all! xeresnne perionnanic m

uaov At - i

r,tor flrWl nnH rpadv to deliver such a storm. The high school

at 5 o'clock but owing to the fact scholars living north also had to go

w h rnrhiate4 from the Ocala around and many or them were soaw

hih school had their essays printed ed to the skin. Some good citizen

i. -.i, l.ij i i.l final! v rmt cnme nlanks and built a

in me euiuon 111 iun. wc item uav.

most of the papers until 'the exer

-1:, Wi..iv..vtu, 1 .. 1 11.

few in isolated parts of the city and council and the Doara oi nMK..,.

ito the mailing department.

bridge on the sidewalk. This matter

should be attended to by the city

council and the board of

A fewUhere s no way for tne water to run

minutes after 5 o clock the business

office phone began ringing and at in

tervals of a few seconds to a very

fate few minutes it rang till 8:30 and the

vounir and efficient lady at central

off and in its present condition it cer

tainly is a menace to the public

health. H. C. P.

QUIT YOUR MEANNESS

THE SEMINOLE INDIANS

It had always been the Star's 'im 'impression
pression 'impression that the Seminoles of Flor

ida were a people without legal

won't speak to the Star bunch now, put tne haramer in the locker;
for she was almost exhausted with Hide the sounding board likewise;
answering calls and connecting al- Anyone can be a knocker;

most every one of her town sub- Anyone can criticise.
u -u Ti,. i -j Cultivate a manner winning,
scnbers with five-one. The people of 1 i,, uc Vftll- far to smile

. I lltUUgll lb
Ocala certainly want their Evening And seems awkward in beginning;

Be a booster for awhile.

Let the blacksmith -do the pounding;

NEW CITIZENS FOR OCALA

standing; that when they refused to star and when it does not arrive on

Jgo with the majority of their nation time they mafce their wants known

to the west they cut. tnemseiyes on
from the recognition of the govern

ment of the nation and state and re

duced themselves to the standing of

fe'F-30' ago lo iur. aim mra. oay o. iiciaici ui fTnrt -n tVe snot.
The Times-Union, however.- says Phiiadeiphia, Mr. R. T. Adams' pretty Kindness every time beatfkicking;
that officers of the United States in-acre suburban farm tract. The Mirth is better than a frown;

army marked out certain tracts of jjanti is located on the Pyles road al-Do not waste your time in picking

territory in which this remnant of a most adjoining Mr. R. L. Anderson's

That's the way he draws his pay.

You don't get a cent for hounding

Saint and sinner, night ana aay.
Just for solid satisfaction

Drop a kind word in the slot,

MV V W Tlitfrt 'Knlfl a few davs

. . tr -lArwl in warrant voull eet action

ago to Mr. ana Mrs. jay 2. neisier oi fKo f

home and is most admirably located.)

Mr! and Mrs. Heisler, who have re-

j turned to Philadelphia for the sum

mer, will make ready to come to

Ocala in September, build a pretty

home on their purchase and settle in

nation was to be allowed, to live un

disturbed, and that, of course, the im

plied obligation passed on to the

state, which received; the territory in

question from the general govern government.
ment. government. .,i

If such be the case, the state should Qcala nermanently.

at once take action to protect the In

dians from threatened extinction, CARD OF THANKS

Their principal means of subsistence

have always been hunting and hshing, We wish to express our heart-felt

and now, that the country they live in thanks to the people of Ocala for

is rapidly being" occupied, they are in their many acts of kindness to our

danger of starvation. . loved one during her illness, death

It would be an everlasting disgrace &Jd burial. The neighbors and friends

to Florida if the state government
permits this. It will not permit it if

the conscience of the people becomes
aroused, and it is the duty of the

press to arouse it.

have been most kind to us and we

shall never forget them.

Respectfully
J. E. Allemand.
. Raoul Allemand.
Marceline Allemand.

The reports that the Italians are

steadily advancing on Austria and

that von Hindenburg is in command
in that region leads people to wonder

if that old German wardog will playj
on the Italians the same game he

played" on the Russians in East Prus Prussia.
sia. Prussia. There is considerable difference,

however, between the Alps and the
Mazurian lakes, and there may "also

be a difference between Italian and

Russian generals.

Flaws with brothers who are down

And it isn't so distressing

If you give a little boost

To the man the fates are pressing

Whpn the chicks come home to

roost. Ex.
Fia Indian Pudding.

One quart milk, three heaping table-

snoonfuls cornmeal, one tabjespoonful

cornstarch, four eggs, one-hair cuprui
sugar, one-half teaspoonful salt, one one-half
half one-half teaspoonful cinnamon, .one table table-spoonful
spoonful table-spoonful butter, one cupful figs, chop

ped. Soak figs ten minutes In warm
water before chopping; boll the milk

and stir In It the mal and cornstarch,

previously mixed with a Uttle cold

vmllk; cook ten minutes. Beat eggs,
reserving the whites of two, with the

sugar, salt and cinnamon; stir into
milk; add butter and figs, dusted with
flour. Beat the whites of two eggs
with two tablespoonfuls of sugar and

two of cream and stir lightly Into the

miTtnro TtAka slowlv one hour. Serve

with creamy sauce.

SOME FORMS OF

RHEUMATISM CURABLE

Bottled

It is said that the Bible continues

to be the "best seller" among books,
but it might be inferred that it is

sold rather than read in Germany. j

Toronto Mail and Empire.

The German generals" in command
in Belgium might have obtained

some points from the invasion of
Canaan by the Israelites under

Joshua.. '

The Star is sorry to see the pension

lists of the civil war and the Spanish Spanish-American
American Spanish-American urar "brought up as argu

ments for peace. Let us be peaceful,
if we can with hcmor, for the sake
of saving lives. 'Let us not be peace

ful at the expense of honor to save

dollars.

Invigorating
Healthful .
Pleasant.
Ocala Coca-Cola
Bottling Works

' That Florida should be divided is a

matter in which the two excellent Mi

ami dailies concur and some of the

state papers are wondering if -Pastor

Russell's millennium isn't almost due.
St. Petersburg Independent.
Not unless the two Tampa papers
also agree.

What has become of the old-fashioned
Saturday. Evening Post art"st
who used to put kissable damsels on
the front cover? Columbia State.
Did you notice the issue of April

10, 1915?

Hilaire Belloc, probably the ablest

writer on the military in Europe,
says that Germany now has her last
reserve in the field. If this is true,

it is the most hopeful sign that has

come out of the war zone, so far as

peace is concerned.

Powell doesn't think much of the

Dixie Highway. Says the autoists

will follow the best roads, whether

they are official or not. Powell's head

isn't seven feet from the ground for
nothing.

'It's the Dixie Highway for some
sections, but the Nixie Highway for
others. Lakeland Telegram.
As "Ocala is on it, we can afford to
ignore "such base hits.

There was a time when for an army

to begin its advance from Italy meant
sure defeat for its opponents. The

events of the next few weeks will

show how much of the old spirit has

come down to the new legions.

Perhaps by this time next
Americans will not use the
"Dago" as a term of reproach.'

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Th -Matter of a Dash.
A Russian military paper tells of a
lieutenant who overheard a sergeant
giving a recruit a short lecture upon
bis duties. "The military service.
said the sergeant, "requires little pray prayer
er prayer to God and a strict attention to the
orders of a superior. Somewhat as astonished
tonished astonished at this singular definition of

military duty, the ofDcer ventured to
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TEACHERS EXAMINATION

Notce is hereby given that the reg-

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held in Ocala beginning on Tuesday,

June 8, 1915. The regular fee of ?1

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Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida
in and for Marion County In

Chancery.

Emma E. Dursse, Complainant, vs.
Oren Dursse, Defendant" Order

for Constructive Service.

It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Oren Dursse,
be and he is hereby required to appear
to the bill of complaint filed in this

cause on or before

Wednesday, the 23rd Day of June,

1915

It is further ordered that a copy of

this order be published once a week

for four consecutive weeks in the

Ocala Star, a newspaper published in

said county and state.
This 25th day of May, 1915.
(Seal) P. H- Nugent,

Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,

Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D- C
T. Sistnmk.

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(If you have any items for thi3 department, call "phone 106)

Thought for the Day
He who is his own friend is a
friend to all men. Seneca-
Exhibits at the Ocala High School
From 3 to C o'clock yesterday
many patrons and friends of the
Ocala High School were afforded their
first opportunity to go through the
handsome new buifding since its com completion
pletion completion and at the same time inspect
the year's work of the pupils in the
various rooms. Visitors are cordially
received by the principal and faculty
at any time they care to call, but it
is. strange how few patrons avail
themselves of the privilege of visit visiting
ing visiting their children and their teachers
during school hours. Thus it was that
the majority of the hundreds of call callers
ers callers yesterday saw for the first time
the commodious school building which
would do credit to a city much larger
than Ocala.
'None of the work exhibited was
prepared for that particular purpose.
It was samples of the regular class
work, done from day to day "and this
morning the teachers packed it away
to be used in a school exhibit at the
fair next November.
Beginning with the fourth grade
and continuing through the twelfth,
one is delighted with the work which
the pupils have left behind them. The
exhibits comprised a vast variety of
work, corrected examination paper3
in all studies, booklets showing the
work done by the day, map draw drawings,
ings, drawings, paintings,- crayon work, domes domestic
tic domestic art and science, pen and ink
sketches constituted the principal
displays. Each room was effectively
decorated but the wall space afforded
room for only a limited number of
papers from each pupil.
The "babies" of this school are
under Mrs. Wesson and Miss Fuller,
who are specially proud of the work
of their fourth grade pupils. Maps,
pen and .ink' sketches carefully dom
were found in abundance along with
other work in Miss Fuller's room. On
their desks the pupils had placed at attractive
tractive attractive blotters made by themselves
for their parents.' In Mrs. Wesson's
room post card stories and maps of
the fauna of the world were interest interesting
ing interesting .features. Nothing more than the
merest mention can be made her of
the exhibits in the several grades.
The fifth grade children, taught by

presided
Carlisle,
display.

Mrs. Todd and Miss Robinscn, had an
excellent display. In the former's
room maps of the different contin continents
ents continents moulded of starch, flour and wa water
ter water and then colored, showing river?,
mountains, lakes, etc., were display displayed;
ed; displayed; also an educational exhibit. In the
latter were ten articles from grains
of corn. Products of the Standard
Oil Co., which had been studied were
exhibited. As souvenirs hand-painted
birds were given. Arithmetic and
spelling papers in booklets command commanded
ed commanded the eye while in Miss Robinson's
room. They stood for neatness a3
well as knowledge. In this grade the
study of master pictures begun in the
primary school is continued. On one
side of the room were strung the
"Angelus" with folders telling of the
life of Millet, the artist. The map
moulding was a feature in several
rooms.

The sixth grade room,
over by Miss Minnie Lee
showed a most substantial

Maps of Florida, Marion county and
the United States, all colored, were
well drawji. Lesson papers repre representing
senting representing hours of studious labor were
shown.
A product map of Florida, each
county labeled with its chief est pro product,
duct, product, and a Seventh Grade Weekly,
the covers of -which suggested either
the contents or the season, were
work done under Miss McKissock.
Each weekly contained an editorial
and the numbers were all different.
There was one on the Marion County
Fair, one on Ponce de Leon, Thanks Thanksgiving,
giving, Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc.
In the eighth grade room the minds
of the callers were diverted for a
moment from educational themes to
social, by Miss Mizelle serving re refreshing
freshing refreshing punch. Misses Marion Hun Hunter
ter Hunter and Dixiania Roberts presided at
the bowl. It is generally conceded
that the eighth grade is the hardest
in the school and this term only 18
pupils out of the 40 or more made a
scholarship sufficient to entitle them
to a promotion card. The display of
the room was excellent, particularly
the physiology books. This grade has
made a special study of agriculture,
Miss Mizelle obtaining last fall ma materials
terials materials from the Virginia-Carolina
Chemical Co. to be used by her pupils.
In the high school Miss Abernathy,
instructor of Latin, had on display a
very fine exhibit, all of which was

RECITAL OF MISS PORTER'S MUSIC CLASS AT THE BAP BAPTIST
TIST BAPTIST CHURCH THIS EVEIIIIIB

Joyous Farmer

Dollie Jones

Schumann

Valse Miniature Myer-Helmund
Yetta Tatar

Rondo Militare

Gondolier

May Slott
Dorothy Spencer

Trio, March Triumphale
Marie Robertson
Evelyn Home
Yetta Tatar

Behr

Oesten

Gobberts

Fairy Dance

Autumn

Spring Dance

Evelyn Moore

Christine Close

Marie Robertson

Bohm
Spindler
Krogman
Gabriel-Marie

Trio, La Cinquantaire
- Christine Close
Dorothy Spencer
May Slott

Rick-Sha Song (A Study in Rythm) From Fantana
Juniors
Isabel Davis, Accompanist
Priest's March (Athalia) Mendelssohn
Ellen Stripling

Duet, An Old Air (Vocal)
Mary Carlisle
Claudia O'Neal

Polka Brilliante

Isabel Davis

Polonaise (A Minor)
Mrs. Filcher, Miss Porter
Venetian Boat Song (Vocal)
Mamie Fant
Caro Mio Ben (Vocal)
Mrs. Filcher
A Necklace of Love (Vocal)
Mrs. Chambers

Kammenoi Ostrow

Mabel Aiken

May Morn (Vocal)
Miss Wilson
The Shepherd's Song (Vocal)
Bernard Koonce

Hawthorne
Spindler
Chopin

Tosti
, Giordam
Nevin
v
Rubenstein
Denza
Nevin

Irish Folk Song (In Costume) Foote
' Ethel Haycraft
. Duet, Serenade (Vocal) Schubert
Miss Wilson, Mrs. Chambers

arranged with the view tf forcibly
impressing the necessity of a knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of Latin for a higher education.
Especially gratifying was the work
of the home economics department, a
new branch which has made marvel marvelous
ous marvelous strides under Miss Groman. In
the domestic art room the display al almost
most almost rivaled the woman's depart department
ment department at the fair. Dozens of articles
of wearing apparel, well made, in
which economy was an important
item in purchasing materials, were
exhibited. There were aprons, shirt shirtwaists,
waists, shirtwaists, skirts, dresses, lingerie, spe specimens
cimens specimens of darning, buttonholes, em--broidery,
crocheting, tatting and such
like. The pretty white dress worn
by Miss Dorothy Schrei'oer, one of
the graduates last night and made by
her was shown. In the basement a
variety of edibles, roast, cream puffs,
bread, salad, etc., whetted the ape ape-tites
tites ape-tites of all visitors.
Today Ocala is convinced more
than ever before that her schools are
not excelled in the state. For years
the Ocala schools have maintained a
high standard, but now it is even
higher, due to the efficient faculty.
Mrs. W. T. Mcllwaine is in a hos hospital
pital hospital in Tampa, where fhe was op operated
erated operated on several days ago. She is
doing well and will be able to return
to her home, in Lakeland in a very
short timo. The Mcllwaine family

have many friends in Ocala, where

they resided for almost ten years.

Miss Bessie McKissock, who has so

efficiently taught the seventh grade
during the past school year, left this
afternoon for her home at Ft. Gaines,

Ga. While in Ocala Miss McKissock
made her home with Mrs. S. T. Sis Sis-trunk.
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Miss Mildred Groman of Muncie,
Ind domestic science teacher. Miss
Tommy Abernathy of Pulaski, Tenn.,
and Miss Catherine Scott of Colum Columbia,
bia, Columbia, Tenn., members of the high
school faculty; Miss Ellie Mendenhall
of Eustis, principal of the North
Ocala school; Miss Lula Griffin of
Sneads and Miss Marcella McClain of
Panasoffkee, of the primary school
faculty, and Mrs. W. T. Evans of the
same faculty, all left today for their
respective homes.
Mrs. Kate Clements of Lake Weir
is the guest of Mrs. D. E. Mclver for
a few days, arriving today. Mrs.
Clements will leave on the 10th. for
California to attend the Panama Panama-American
American Panama-American exposition.
Mrs. James H. Hill and son James,
will go to Lake Weir Saturday to
visit Mrs. Hill's brother, Mr. John
Carney.
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Mr. John Chazal left today for La Lafayette,
fayette, Lafayette, Tnd., to visit his alma mater.
Perdue University, during "commence

ment.
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Martin, who
have been residing at the home of
Mrs. R. G. Todd since last fall, will
move the last of this week into the
house on Daugherty street recently
vacated by Mr. .Whit worth and fam family.
ily. family. Miss Carrie Deen of the high
school faculty, left today for Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee to visit before returning to
her home in Gainesville.
Unable to attend the reunion tin
Richmond, Sister Esther Carlotta,
president of the Florida Division, U.
D. C, has appointed Mrs. F. P. Flem Fleming
ing Fleming of Jacksonville to serve as mat matron
ron matron of honor for the division and also
to be the official representative bf
the state president for the time of
the reunion.
Mrs. Albert Birdsey of Forsythe,
Ga., who was called to Ocala a week
ago on account of the illness of her
brother, Mr. Waldo Martin, left Mon Monday
day Monday for Tybee Beach, Ga., where she
will be for the summer. Mr. Martin

has sufficiently recovered to attend

to business at Martin,

Miss Frances Bangs, a grand

daughter of Col. and Mrs. J. M. Mar

tin cf this city, who is now in Rich Richmond
mond Richmond attending the reunion, repre representing
senting representing the Second Florida Brigade

U. C. V. as sponsor, will go from Vir

ginia to New York City for a visit of

several weeks to her uncle, Mr. John
Kendrick Bangs and family.

Mrs. F. H. Rogers, who has been

spending the winter in Ocala at the

home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Haile,
left today for her summer home at

Saint Clair- on Lake Saint Clair,

Mich. Mrs. Rogers will return to
Ocala the middle of October.

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Miss Ellen Stripling is the guest of

relatives in DeLand for a several
weeks stay, leaving for there today.

Mr. and Mrs. Seibert Davis are' the

happy parents of a dear little baby

girL born Sunday in Gainesville, at
the home of Mrs. Davis grandpar grandparents,
ents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Livingston, where
Mrs. Davis is visiting.
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Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drujr store in Ocala
with more than'one registered phar pharmacist.
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Now Open and Completely Equipped and Solicits Your Business
' We. jruaranee all rork before it leaves the shop.- James Coleman
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Our Ed Mathewg is the best general blacksmith in "the city. AH
blacksmith -work, : wagon' and buggy repairing, horse shoeing, "etc, I
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Buy your arugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the beet always. 4-27-tf
Mr. Edward Tucker spent Monday
in Atlanta, going up on business.
Do 'yon use real up-to-the-minu'.e
stationery? Our initial and plain cor correspondence
respondence correspondence cards are this kind. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
The many friends of Mr. A. T.
Thomas will be glad to learn he is
much better today.
Eexail Liver Jsalts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
Mr. P. J. Theus has had a large
electric sign erected on the corner at
his furniture store. It is the largest
sign of its kind in the city.
Our fountain sodas and ice cream
are the BEST made and our service
is Al. Try them. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. tf
Splendid four-year-old mare, good
buggy, wagon and harness for sale at
a sacrifice. Have no need for them.
J. II. Brinson, Ocala. 6-1-eod 4t
W. K. Ijane, M. T., TTsysIclan and
Surgeon, specialist Kye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law, Library Building,
Ocala, Fla, ....
Mr. W. J. Borden, one of Oxford's
prominent citizens, is in the city on
an extended visit to his son, Mr. B. F.
Borden and family.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
lr own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
' At the meeting of the Odd Fellows
this evening, there will be another
special program, and all the three three-link
link three-link brethren must be sure to be
present. .
Tell your physician, and tell him
plainly, to leave your prescriptions
where they'll be filled $s written no
substitution here. The Court Phar Pharmacy,
macy, Pharmacy, tf
At the Temple tonight will be
shown the "Exploits of Elaine" and
two other excellent subjects, one of
which, "In the Smuggler's Den;" is
specially interesting. There will be
six reels in all.
Fbr the summer months, the O. K.
Teapot Grocery will close- at 1
o'clock every Thursday, and patrons
are requested to have their orders in
for delivery before that time. l-2t
Mr. W. "VW Bailey did not leave for
Jacksonvilfe yesterday. He remained
until today, and last night entered
the third rank of the K. of P. Mr.
Bailey is a clever young man, and the
many friends he has. made in Ocala
hope he will some-day return.
Mr. Williams neat little candy and
newsstand next to Hayes '& Guynn's
store is doing a good basiness.
BOX CANDIES
50c
Per Pound
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 Strawberries,
berries, Strawberries, Ginger, Raisins, Co Co-coanuts,
coanuts, Co-coanuts, Butter JWee and
Caramels.
Fresh shipment just received.

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The K. of P. meeting Monday night
was largely attended and much good
work was done. Esquires W. W.
Bailey and P.'C. Smith were admit admitted
ted admitted to knighthood, and good reports
of contributions for the lodge build building
ing building were made. Arrangements were
reported for a fraternal memorial
day, in which the K. of P. will unite
wfth the Odd Fellows and Woodmen.
Sunday, June 13, is the date set.. The
members of the three lodges will
meet at the Castle Hall at 3 p. m.,
and proceed to the Temple theater,
where the services will be held. After
the sermon, committees will go to
the cemeteries and lay flowers on the
graves of the departed brethren. All
members of these orders and their
friends are invited to be present at
this impressive ceremony, and are
requested to contribute flowers.
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For the summer months the O. K.
Teapot Grocery will close at 1
o'clock every Thursday, and patrons
are requested to have their orders in
for delivery before that time. l-2t

1 Mr. M. E. Gillette, now of Tampa,
but a number, of years ago a cijjzen
of Marion county, spent yesterday
and last night in the city. He came
hers especially to visit the Oklawaha
Farms. Mr. Gillette has one of the
biggest nurseries in the state at Win Winter.
ter. Winter. Haven. He met many old friends,
all of whom were glad to see him.
In the circuit court yesterday, Fred
Littleton was found guilty of man manslaughter.
slaughter. manslaughter. This morning the case
against- Peggy Bowman for assault
was dismissed. The court is now
trying .E. W. Woodward, accused of
highway robbery.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Two Things Went Together.
An eccentric clergyman was once
told by a parishioner that he was a
very odd man. "Yes," the clergyman
replied,' "I set out to be a very good
man, and soon found that I could not
be very good without being very odd!"
WHOOPING COUGH
"When my daughter had whooping
cough she coughed so hard at one time
that she had hemorrhage of the lungs.
I was terribly alarmed about her con condition.
dition. condition. Seeing Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy so highly recommended, I got
her a bottle and it relieved the cough
at once. Before she had finished two
bottles of this remedy she was entire entirely
ly entirely well," Writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes..
Crooksville, Ohio. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Guileless.
The citizen who wrote to the mayor
of Milwaukee to ask if it is true that
be"er is piped through the street mains
Into all the houses-there must be a
lovely man to tell interesting sto stories
ries stories to.
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," writes
Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort Wayne', Ind.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Living for Others.
It probably never occurs to a younj
tnan or woman that he or she is "hard
to live with." That ia a phrase vre
always, somehow, use about o'.herpeo
pie. But why? "Why not occasionally
consider whether the di2culties w
complain of may it be partly the m
ault of our own sharp angles and self selfish
ish selfish wills? The art of living with oth others
ers others Is largely the art of living for othr
era. and not for ourselves. v
One Way of Avoiding Germs.
There is nothing better adapted for
catching germs than gelatin and for
this reason dishes containing it should
never be allowed to stand about uncovered.

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Mrs. Knight Entertained for Mrs.
Richey
Complimenting Mrs. W. D. Richey,
a popular and handsome Ocala matron
who leaves next week for her new
home in Lakeland, Mrs. W. A. Knight
entertained at rook this afternoon at
her pretty cottage on Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. Adding beauty to the lovely inter interior
ior interior decorations was the decided con contrast
trast contrast of the inclement weather with without.
out. without. Six tables for rook were arrang arranged
ed arranged and the two rooms where the play players
ers players were entertained were most ef effectively
fectively effectively decorated, a yellow and
white color scheme being developed.
California daisies lavishly used, con constituted
stituted constituted the floral appointments and
the same pretty flower graced the
tally cards and the refreshment
course was garnished with them.
Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Richey re received
ceived received informally on the piazza and
Mrs. Bunyan Stephens showed the
guests to their places at the tables.
There were no prizes but to the hon hon-oree
oree hon-oree was presented a large bouquet
of daisies.
Following the several" progressions
mint ice tea, sandwiches, sour pickles
and preserved ginger were served.
Spending the afternoon pleasantly
with Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Richey
were Mrs. E. C. Bennett, Mrs. Steph Stephens,
ens, Stephens, Mrs. T. H. Johnson, Mrs. R. S.
Hall, Mrs. Maude Home, Mrs.- C. W.
Hunter, Mrs. E. M. Howard, Mrs. W.
T. Gary, Mrs. E. Van Hood, Mrs.
Allen Walkley, Mrs. C. .R. Kreger,
Mrs. C. II. Lloyd, Mrs. C. R. Tydings,
Mrs. Emily Green, Mrs. Sanford
Jewett, Mrs. M. II. Stovall, Mrs. L. II.
von Engelken, Mrs. W. W. Clyatt,
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins, Mrs. J. B. Hor Hor-rell,
rell, Hor-rell, Mrs. A. L. Izlar, Mrs. E. T. Hel Hel-venston,
venston, Hel-venston, Mrs. D. M. Smith and Mrs.
J. K. Dickson.
Farewell Luncheon to Mrs. Richey
and Mr. Donald Garrett
Today at 1 o'clock Mrs. Maude
Horne and son Mr. Norman Home,
entertained at a beautiful luncheon at
the Harrington Hall in honor of Mrs.
W. D. Richey, who leaves next week
for Lakeland and Mr. Donald Garrett,
who left today for Indiana to visit
before accompanying his mother to
China for a seven years' stay.
The table at which covers were laid
for twelve, was centered with dahlias,
and the place cards, Chinese maidens,
and other appointments were sug suggestive
gestive suggestive of the country across the sea.
A long stem dahlia was at each plate
A six course luncheon was served and
enjoying it were Mrs. Home, Mrs.
Richey, Mr. Home, Misses Louise
Rentz, Theo Beckham, Sarah Dehon,
Callie Gissendaner, Messrs Donald
Garrett, Bernard Koonce, Charles
Duvall, Robert Hall and William
Richey. y
A. bon. voyage was drunk to the
honor guests between courses, the
toasts being pretty and clever. Mrs.
Richey was wished happiness in her
new home and Mr. Garrett was wish wished
ed wished a voyage unmolested by torpedo
boats and an early return to Amer America.
ica. America. At the conclusion of the last
course Mr. Home graciously present presented
ed presented Mr. Garrett with a handsome stick
pin, which will always be a visible re reminder
minder reminder of the courtesy which was so
beautifully extended him on his last
day in Ocala.
Mrsi Henry E. Shoeflin and daugh daughter
ter daughter Antonette, of Jacksonville, are
guests of Mrs. P. V. Leavengood at
her home on South Sanchez street.
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Miss Sara Gross and Miss Lurline
Bridges returned home today from
Macon, Ga., where they have been at attending
tending attending Wesleyan College.
To Melt Paraffin.
Take a large empty tomato can or
any other large can; cut It off from
the top alj, around about two inches
from the bottom with a can opener.
It is large enough for any jar and
deep enough,, to paraffin a little way
past the cover of the jar if there is
enough paraffin in when melted to fill
can threetourths full. It can be put
right cn the stove and the paraffin
melts very quickly.
Loyal to His City.
"I understand," said a visitor from
Philadelpla to a friend in Boston,
"that you have so high an opinion of
your city that you think heaven must
be like Boston.," "Well." was the
reply, with a shrug of the shoulders.
"I believe I did say so some time ago,
but you know Boston has Improved a
great deal In tho last few years."
Birmingham Age-Herald.
' The Oldest Handicraft.
The toy industry is one of the old oldest
est oldest industries in the world. The Brit British.
ish. British. museum can show us a doll (with
strings of mud beads for hair) and
others with movable arms, with
which the children of ancient Egypt
played on the banks of the Nile,
Jointed dolls and dolls furniture have
come dovn to us from: the days of
Greece and Rome, and we know that
balls, tops and toy animals were fa favorite
vorite favorite playthings at an even earlier
date.
The Essential Thing.
In Gilbert K. Chesterton's book "The
Flying Inn" is a sentence worth think thinking
ing thinking about in this day of excuses and
evasions. "'For ehe felt God's wind
from nowhere, which is called the will
and is man's only excuse upon this
earth."
Great "Truth.
"He who plays he fool will miss
Uie prrze." Ae?op.

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WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min. R. F.
May 1 83 C4
May 2 93 C2
May 3 89 C2
May 4 87 CO
May 5 85 71 ..j
May C 02 5S . j
May 7 ...94 GS ..j
May 8 80 72 . i
May 9 ; 80 (V 2.18
May 10 81 77 . j
May 12 7S GS .32
May 13 82 GO .7G
May 14 80 C2
May 15 94 Gl
May 10 93 70
May 17 91 73
May 18 88 GS
May 20 GO 8S
May 20 87 GO
May 21 82 71
May 22 80 72 .14
May 23 92 71
May 24 93 71 .00.
May 25 97 73
May 20 95 73
May 27 91 70 .32
May 28 89 GO
May 29 88 71 .75
May 30 92 GS
May 31 84 G3 .88
Local Forecast
Rain tonight and Wednesday.
Homing Instinct In Crabs.
Every one has henrd of the liomincr
Instinct of birds n ml of Insects, but Iti.s
somewhat of a surp"Ise-t le told that
animals as low In the scale of nature
as crabs have a similar Instinct. The
experiment has leen tried iu England
of capturing crabs, marking them for
Identification and releasing them long
distances from their homes.- The most
Interesting example was that of a male
and female captured together In a
trap and carefully marked and then
taken long distances away Into anoth another
er another county and released at different
places far apart from each other. Ent Enter
er Enter the two were caught together again
in a trap in their original home, show showing
ing showing that they had not only returned to
their home, but had found each other
and had again mated. This homing In Instinct
stinct Instinct had enabled them to go from the
county of Lincolnshire back to their
original home in Yorkshire.
Hymn Translation Problems.
It is not the translation of hymns
alone that the missionary In Africa
finds awkward. Mr. Dudley Kldd tells
how an old Kaffir woman who was be being
ing being taught the Lord's Trayer went
wrong at "thy kingdom come,' substi substituting
tuting substituting for "come" a word that made
nonsense. The missionary, a lady, cor corrected
rected corrected her. But again and again the
hopeless word was persisted In, and
the other Kafllr women present laugh laughed.
ed. laughed. At last they vouchsafed the ex explanation.
planation. explanation. It appeared that the word
for "come contained the emphatic syl syllable
lable syllable of the name of the woman's hus husband,
band, husband, and according to the Kaffir cus custom
tom custom no married woman may pronounce
such a syllable. The missionary her herself,
self, herself, whose name was Green, caused
terrible scandal by tisinStuat word in
speaking of some gooseberries. Ixn Ixn-don'Chronlcle.
don'Chronlcle. Ixn-don'Chronlcle. Cinnamon Trees.
Although the cultivation of cinnamon
on the plantations in French Indo Indo-Chlna
Chlna Indo-Chlna is constantly Increasing, most
of the product is obtained from a wild
shrub (Cinnamomum lourolr) growing
In the forest. ,When a iwitlve discovers
a cinnamon tree he must make a dec declaration
laration declaration before the local administra administration
tion administration which cuts down, tho tree and au authenticates
thenticates authenticates its product. The profits ac accruing
cruing accruing to the discoverer of a 8ins'e
tree sometimes reach a large sum.
This industry is almost exclusively In
the hands of Chinese merchants of
Falfo. The variety most prized is the
wild royal cinnamon of Thanhhoa,
which Is thought by the Chinese to
possess a high medicinal value. It
brings as high as ?S0 a ikjuikL
Reptile With 2,000 Teeth.
Many herbivorous reptiles of. the
mesozoic period had enormously Iuis
hind legs, on which thy were able tc
wade far out iuto the deep water after
seaweeds and other food. Theso crea creatures
tures creatures were particularly extraordinary
In point of their dental equipment, in
asmuch as each of them had about
2,000 grinders to chew with, arranged
in magazines of 500 each. like car cartridges.
tridges. cartridges. Feeling of Security.
Bill Saw you out horseback riding
today.
Pill Oh, did you?
I suppose you feel as safe on a
horse as you would on a trolley?"
"Safer. You are not expected to give
up your seat to a lady on a horse.
Yonkers Statesman.
The Servant
Question
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has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equippedwilh a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER.. The
cooking and r cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made ea?y 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

PICIIIC TIMES ACE HERE
U HOT WEATHER TOO!

Don't worry over cake baking,
"GET STONE'S CAKE' its as I
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good as. mother can bake. 9 oz. Cake j
for 10c six kind. Get your order
in today. I
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Tuna Fi?h is hard to beat. Some
people prefer it to chicken 20c tins.
PICNIC SIZE
Old Virginia Apple Jelly.
Apple-Grape Jelly.
Apple Marmalade, 10c glasses.
Old Virginia Rasp!erry Apple
Jam. Blackl-erry-Apple Jam and
Damson-Apple Jam, lfc. glasses.
Cold Boiled Ham.
Boiled Ox Tongue.
Philadelphia Cream Cheese.
Pimiento Cheese.
Roquefort "Cheese.
, Our assortment of
Tickles, Olives, Jams, Jellies,
Sardines, Potted Meats, Deviled
Meats, etc., are too numerous to
mention.
Get Your Picnic Basket Filled with
Good Things to Eat from
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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
Vame 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 ofTice, proving property and
paying costs. 29-Ct
LOST A gold crescent pin, between
Carter's Bakery, and 310 North
Main street. Return same to Star
office. 27-Ct
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; -with
modern conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three blocks from court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, S23
East Oklawaha avenue. ;29-tf
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WANTED Clean cotton rags, bring
to this office.
FOR SALE Will sell at a bargain a
gas range, in good condition; four
burners and "simmerer," with oven;
$10 cash. E. C. Jordan & Co., phone
10. l-4t
FOR RENT Well located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
n'ousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special Eum
mer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-1 mo.
FOR SALE 2a,000 sweet potato
' slips at $1.50 per thousand. C. Y.
Miller, Ocala, Florida, 124 Tenth
street. 5-10-tf
FOR RENT On Jone 1, upstairs,
consisting of three rooms and bath.
Furnished for light housekeeping.
City and cistern water. Mrs. P. II.
Gillcn 1 S.'5th St. 2C-tf
FOR RENT Large well located resi residence
dence residence prope'rty on Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, now occupied by P. V. Leaven Leavengood,
good, Leavengood, two blocks from A. C. L. rail railroad.
road. railroad. All modern conveniences.
Address Mrs. O. T. Green, Ocala,
Fla., or call phone 383. tf
SEE 11IK FARM on the Silrer
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day ; with
fresh vegetf milk and eggs, 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 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 comer 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.
2C-3t
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. 2G-Ct
FOR SALE A rubber tired surry in
perfect condition, good as new. E.
M. Howard, Ocala, Fla. 14-12t
Have your prescriptions filled at
; GerigV, the only drug store in Ocala
j with more than one registered phar phar-'
' phar-' macist. 4-27-tf

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do your
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A GASOLINE ENGINE IS THE BEST INVESTMENT
ANY FARMER CAN MAKE, BECAUSE IT SAVES
LABOR AND IS READY TO WORK AT. ALL TIMES.
YOU CAN RUN YOUR CREAM SEPARATOR, FEED
GRINDER, FANNING MILL, WASHING MACHINE,
GRIND STONE, PUMP, SAW AND OTHER BACK BACK-BREAKING
BREAKING BACK-BREAKING WORK AT VERY SMALL COST. LET'S
TALK IT OVER -COME IN THEY ARE PRICED BY
THE HORSE POWER AND PRICED REASONABLY.
MARION HARDWARE COMPANY
PHONE 1 18, - OCALA, FLA.

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Teams For Rent Light and Ilea vy Hauling

PHONE' 296

Parking ind Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Piano
nd Safe.
IlazuHge J-orvic
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COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

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MAN TAKES HIS OWN MEDICINE
IS AN OPTIMIST
He has absolute faith in his medi medicine
cine medicine he knows when he takes it for.
certain ailments he gets relief. People
who take Dr. King's New Discovery
for an irritdting cold are optimists
they know this cough remedy will pen penetrate
etrate penetrate the linings of the throat, kill
the germs, and open the way for na nature
ture nature to act. You can't destroy a cold
by superficial treatment you must
go to the cause of the trouble. Be an
optimist. Get a bottle of Dr. King'
New Discovery today. tu-th-frf-w
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, Lran; shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
The circuit court today is trying
Fred Middlcton, who killed another
negro near Ixjwell some-months ago.
Mr. Zewadski is defending Middle-
ton.
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SEVERE PUNISHMENT
Of Tilrs. CbppcII, of Fi;e Yean'
Standing, Relicrcd hj CardaL
ML Airy, N. C Mrs. Sanih f. Chan Chan-pell
pell Chan-pell of this town, says: "I suffered for
live years with womanly troubles, also
stomach troubles, and my punishment
was more than any one could tell.
I tried most every kind ol medirice,
but none did me any good.
I read one day about Carduf, the wo woman's
man's woman's tonic, and i decided to try it. I
had not taken but about six bottles until
1" was almost cured. It did me more
pood than all the other medicines I had
tried, put together.
My friends besan asking me why I
looked so well, and 1 told them about
Cardui. Several are now taking it."
Do you, lady reader, suffer from any
of the ailments due to womanly trouble,
such as headache, backache, sideache.'
sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired
feeling?
If so, let trs ure you to five Cardui a
trial. We feel confident it will help you,
just as it has a million other women in
the past half century. .
Bein takinz Cardui to-day. You
won't regret it. All druists.
Writ t: Chatr30r. Vi :::n 0 LJ:ws
kirisory Dect C1-v.:ar. -era. Ter.p... tor
'ttrmriimt on your cs 4 rct Socrf. "Horr
vtmest lor Woorn" in p.m wrs-cr. N.C i2

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OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
OKDER. OF EASTERN STAlr

Ocala Chapter, No. 20, O. E. S,
meets, at Yonge' ha!! the second an t
fourth Thurs day evenings of each
month at "? o'clock.
Mrs. Emily .Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCL J)VA;K 7m I. :2.Mt 15. I. O, IZ.
Or.ila .lo.fge No- Denevolent
and Protective Ordr of Kike, meets
the ppcon I an 1 fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Vii-Itln? breth brethren
ren brethren alr.ays welcome. Club house
opposite postofllce, east mae.
, -"'-David S. Wlllitas. E. n.
U. W. Harley. Secretary. Ad
ODD FELLOWS

TuI.Ta Lod?e No 2 2. I. O. O. V..
meets In Voi ce's Hill every Tuesdaj Tuesdaj-evening
evening Tuesdaj-evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visitlnsr
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
'V. I.. Co. bert. Secretary.
miii- 1 i ii iiM. I- in. mmmm mm
KXIfilliy Ol PYT1IIAS
Ocala Lodpe N'o.'lO. Cn entlonr-
x.eld eerv Mondav at S
Castte'Ilall. over the J--"
dru?Ftore. A cordial
itmpr brothers.
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Chas. K. Sage, K.
CIIAITKK Ml.
Regular convocatlv'
Chapter .o.. 13. HA
fourth Frldav In c
7:00 p.m. II. S.
Jake I"ac. Srr.
aw mm m m m a-
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The Ocala T
Pythian Sisters,
afternoon at 2:1",
I of courthouse. (
cordially invite','
ai tut
Kate B. Howell,
)IAi:iO-DUXN'
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.Marion-uunn io z .. ...v.
A. M.. meet3 on tjuT first and thir.
Thursday evenfnsX or each month at
7:30 o'clock, unji. farther notice.-
. A.fE. Dumett, W. IX.
Jake Proynsecretary.- Ad
;coxcoRiMf ifif;n y. u. or a.
Concordia Ixie. Fraternal Union
of Amerfca, meets In -Yon?es Hal)
cn the second Thursday evening: of
each ,-raonth. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M,
C.a3 K. Sas. Secretary, Ad.
r Charley Goddard. C. C
AVOOI.MK. JF THH AVOIIWi
Fo-t Kins? Canip No. 14 meets At
the K. of p. Hallft at 8 p. m.. every
ecoii i and fourth Friday. VIslt!ns
.-overe'gns are always "welcome.
' J. W. Lamar, C. C
Chas. K. Sa?et rirk.
For plamhlr.ff nr.d -electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone SCO S