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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
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.
MISTIFF Sill
COHFEIiEflCE AT THE WHITE
Washington, June 2. The presi president
dent president has -arranged to receive Count
Von Bernstorff the German ambas ambassador
sador ambassador today. The ambassador desires
to learn personally the president's
viewpoint on'the delicate situation re resulting
sulting resulting from the Lusitania disaster,
when more than a hundred Americans
perished. The meeting is important,
because the German ambassador is
certain to transmit the president's
views to Berlin, where they will be
considered in connection w'ith the
note the United States plans to send
before the week is ended.
CANT MAKE ANY COMMENTS
The president received Count Von
Bernstorff, the German ambassador,
today. White House officials' decline
to make any statement about the
visit, saying- the engagement was
made at the count's request and it
would be improper for the president
to comment on it. The count was
also silent. It is understood, how however,
ever, however, that relations of Germany and
the United States were discussed.
The visit is not expected to affect the
sense or wording of the next Amer American
ican American note to the German imperial
government. v
MUCH NEEDED AID
FOR OUR MILITIA
Secretary "Rooney this afternoon
received the following telegram from
Representatives Crosby and Hender Henderson
son Henderson :
Tallahassee, Fla., June 2, 1915.
J. D. Rooney, Ocala, Fla.
Appropriation bill passed; military
provisions O. K.
Crosby and Henderson.
OXFORD INCORPORATED
On Monday night the town of Ox Oxford,
ford, Oxford, Sumter county, was incorporat incorporated,
ed, incorporated, with imposing ceremonies. A
gathering of the citizens, at which
almost every voter "was present was
held and temporary election of offi officers
cers officers made, with Mr. O. S. Bogue," for
many years a resident of the town, as
mayor. A temporary counciland
other officers were elected or. appoint appointed
ed appointed to serve till the regular election.
News comes'from Mr. G. A. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, at Hot Springs, that his health
is improving, and he is much better
than for some time.
E. C. Jordan & Co.
.Funeral Directors and Licensed .'
Embalmers
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
BOX ''CANDIES
50C ER 0UND
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. Toffee and
Caramels. -Fresh
shipment just receiv received.
ed. received.

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THE TWO COUNTRIES
(Associated Press)
L LEG!
Important City Affairs Attended to
the Meeting of the Council
Tuesday Evening
Roll call at the meeting of the city
council last evening showed all mem members
bers members present except Councilman J. T.
Moore, who "reported that on account
of business he would not be able to
be on hand.
A communication from Miss Lillu
Frost asking that she be allowed to
settle paving certificates upon the
basis agreed upon between the con contractor
tractor contractor and herself was read and the
request granted.
Mr. J. W. Akin filed an application
for the position of plumbing inspec inspector'
tor' inspector' in case such an office is created
when the sewerage system is begun.
Filed.
"The'city clerk was instructed to se secure
cure secure a certified copy of the recently
passed amendments t the city char charter.
ter. charter. Major L. T. Izlar was elected re recorder
corder recorder for two years, with Mr. W. M.
Gober assistant for the same period.
Communication from the Standard
Oil Company regarding payment of
account for asphalt, was read and
filed.
The paving records for South Third
street having been corrected by the
street committee and city engineer,
the city attorney and clerk were in instructed
structed instructed to issue corrected certificates
against the properties involved.
At a previous meeting the Com Com-nfercial
nfercial Com-nfercial Bank was named as the city
depositary for a, year. However, by
an agreement between the city b5hks
this order wras rescinded and tha
funds will be given to each bank, for
three month periods, and they will
draw interest on daily average bal balances.
ances. balances.
The finance committee was in instructed
structed instructed to renew certain notes now
due in the city banks.
Mr. J. W. Johnson appeared before
the council regarding the discontin discontinuance
uance discontinuance of his watr service some weeks
ago. The whole matter was explained
by Mr. Johnson, and same was refer referred
red referred to the light and water committee
for recommendation.
All the accounts properly audited
were ordered paid.
The rules and regulations of the
light and water departments which
were adopted some time ago were re referred
ferred referred to the light and water com committee
mittee committee for revision, as it appears that
under the several changes made in
these departments of late some of the
rules conflict with the best interests
of the city and patrons.
The bonds for the sewerage system
we're presented and accepted.
The judiciary committee reported
favorably upon an ordinance intro introduced
duced introduced at a previous meeting provid providing
ing providing for the immediate sale of $55,000
water works bonds. These bonds are
the remainder of the $100,000 au authorized
thorized authorized by the election of 1913, only
$45,000 of wdiich n"ad been issued for
the purpose of purchasing the old
plant. The present issue will be used
for extending the mains and install installing
ing installing new machinery.
The special committee appointed at
last meeting to take up the matter of
purchasing the county lime pit in the
"strip" reported that it could not
make suitable arrangements. The
matter was then referred to the
street committee, as was also the ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for putting down Mont Mont-brook
brook Mont-brook rock on E. Fort King avenue.
Four bids were opened and read
for erecting a house for a motor driv driven
en driven pump, and compressor. They wert wert-referred
referred wert-referred to Messrs. Twombley &
Henney, the city's consulting en engineers.
gineers. engineers. Bids were received from

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THE FUTURE RELATIONS OF
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Messrs. Mclver & MacKay, P. D.
Odell, W. C. Blanchard and Anderson
Lumber Co.
The city's contracts for light, water
and sewerage were discussed at soma
length. The city attorney and finance
committee were requested to consult
with the mayor in regard to the sew sewerage
erage sewerage contract now in his hands for
? action, and the city clerk was in in-f
f in-f structedto write the contractors for
! plans and specifications for the work.
) Dr. Watt, city health, officer, made
i his monthly report, which is as foI-
. lows :
j Markets and bakeries inspected and
t scored as follows:
Marsh, excellent; Carn-Thomas,
. Carter, Schlemmer, Sarasota, Fausett,
j Sabie, Tompkins, good; Teuton, Mor-
dis, Heintz, Dawkins, Lcwe, Golman,
Kasminski, fair.
In the school work 82 visits were
j made to my office at the school; 25
! were given notes of advice to their
parents, and four were excluded from
school. The only contagion in town
this month has been mumps, ether ether-wise
wise ether-wise there is little sickness; only four
cases of mumps.
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Marion Farms ..4.7 13.31 170.000 3f
Hall's Farm 5.0 12.97 460.000 70
Osteen 3.7 12.20 23,000 83
I Ocala Heights ..4.9 13.CG 220,000 92
Hewitt 4.2 12.7G 75,000 85
Campbell Farm .4.5 12.94 40,000 84
Pyles ; 65
Roller 55
Close 81
() Sells only butter and butter buttermilk.
milk. buttermilk.
I have attended several ''indigent
sick this month, and treated three
prisoners in the jail.
I would respectfully urge that the
old board of health be re-elected to
succeed themselves. Drs. Van Hood
and II. C. Dozier and Mr. George Mac Mac-Kay.
Kay. Mac-Kay.
I would also like to obtain .permis
sion to. have 1000 copies of the mo
squito ordinance' printed in. order
that we may distribute them among
the houses in town.
Respectfully submitted,
II. F. Watt, City Health Officer.
The regular monthly report of the
finance committee was filed by the
clerk.
Council then adjourned.
ANOTHER OPERATOR
Postal Telegraph Prepared to Take
Care of the Shipping Season
Business
The Postal Telegraph office force
has been, increased by an additional
operator and messenger boys to take
care of the telegraph business occa occasioned
sioned occasioned by the vegetable season.,
Mr. J. A. Scott, of Ozark, Ala., an
experienced telegrapher, fills the new
position as operator, and will continue
to live here if business conditions af after
ter after melon season justifies.
EXPECTED IN OCALA
Rev. J. B. Ley, pastor of the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church, will go to Ocala Thurs Thursday
day Thursday to attend a meeting of the board
of church extension of the Methodist
church. His family will accompany
him. The trip will be made by auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Orlando Sentinel.
LAME RACK
Lame back 13- 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
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OCALA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2,1915

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Paris, June 2. A Bucharest News
dispatch says that Bulgaria and Rou Rou-mania
mania Rou-mania have reached a complete under understanding,
standing, understanding, they will enter the war
simultaneously, says the dispatch;
Roumania against Austria and Bul
garia against Turkey.
CONFLICTING CLAIMS
London, June- 2. The status of
military operations in Galicia is fur further
ther further confused by the latest Russian
official report. Petrograd claims the
Russians have repulsed the Austro-
Germans north of Przemysl" with
enormous losses, while Vienna 'and
Berlin claim important success in
that region, saying three forts have
been captured.
FIGHTING ON THE WESTERN
FRONT
The Belgian army is once" more in
the thick of battle. A statement from
the Belgian war ministry indicates
that the Germans are attacking their
portion of the Franco-Belgian front.
It is said, however, the Germans are
unable to advance and have suffered
heavy losses.
ANOTHER BOAT TORPEDOED
London, June 2. The British
steamship Saidieh, from Alexandria,
Egypt, to Liverpool, was torpedoed
in the channel yesterday. Seven mem members
bers members of the crew were drowned. Forty Forty-one
one Forty-one landed at Chataham.
BIG CLAIM FROM BERLIN
Berlin, June 2. The German war
office today announced that more
than 300,000 Russians were captured
during May.
ELKS' CUP HAS 'ARRIVED
Fancy Piece of Plate on Exhibition at
the Court Pharmacy
Harry Peter called the Star up to today,
day, today, to inform it that the long ex expected
pected expected cup, won at the convention in
Palatka last April had arrived, and
was on exhibition, at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. The cup is a very handsome
piece of plate, and Harry is as proud
of it as tho it was an heirloom.
The cup is a big, silver loving cup,
heavily inlaid with gold. On one side
is the inscription "Florida Conven Convention
tion Convention B. P. O. Elks, Palatka, 1915.
Presented to Ocala Lodge No. 28G,
for the Best Company in the Parade,
by Palatka Lodge No. 1232, April
6, 7, 8.''
KING'S DAUGHTERS
The King's Daughters will meet
Thursday afternoon at the Methodist
church at 4 o'clock. All members are
urged to be present.
PICIIIC TIMES ARE HERE
AIID HOT WEATHER TOO!
Don't worry over cake baking,
"GET STONE'S CAKE" it's as
good as mother can bake. 9 oz. Cake
for 10c six kinds. Get your order;
in today.
Tuna Fish 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 Raspberry Apple
Jam, Blackberry-Apple Jam and
Damson-Apple Jam, 15c. glasses.
Cold Boiled Ham.
Boiled Ox Tongue.
Philadelphia Cream Cheese.
Pimiento Cheese.
Roquefort Cheese.
Our assortment of
Pickles, Olives, Jams, Jellies,
Sardines, Potted Meats, Deviled
Meats, etc., are too numerous to
mention. t
Get Your Picnic Basket Filled with
Good Things to Eat from
. K. TEAPOT GROCERY

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SAXON WILL BE
II THE SPOT
INTENDS TO BE PRESENT AT
GOOD ROADS MEETING
AT ORLANDO
Secretary Rooney, who is working
night and day for the success of the
big good roads meeting at Orlando
June 10, has received the following
communication from Mr. Saxon, one
of Florida's Dixio Highway commis commissioners:
sioners: commissioners: Tallahassee, June 2.
Mr. J. D. Rooney, Ocala, Fla.
' I will be there as requested.
G. "W. Saxon.
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Secretary Rooney Advises the People
of Marion Not to Go to Sleep
Fellow Citizens: Don't let us go to
sleep just when we are nearing the
goal, but let us be up and doing; then
will Ocala get hei; full share of rec recognition.
ognition. recognition. The Dixie Highway is yet
to be determined from Lake City
down through Central Florida with a
strong desire on the part of the gulf
coast to be recognized. If our people
will turn out to the Orlando meeting
June 10th as they should, just like
Rome and Dalton, Ga., did then there
is. no reason why there should not
branch out of Ocala the ce'ntral route
via Leesburg, Orlando and Kissim Kissim-mee
mee Kissim-mee and the gulf coast route via Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon and Inverness. It is up to us;
if we just wait and say we will get
it anyway, we may wake up without
any highway. Let every one that will
take their car and a party for Or Orlando
lando Orlando June 10th, telephone 381, Boar 1
of Trade. Also every one that will
go, so I can get a seat arranged in a
car for you.
Get busy and let Ocala and Marion
county have the biggest delegation at
Orlando. That is the way to get
what we go after.
J. D Rooney, Secretary-
JAMES JUMPED HIS JOB
Asserts that Dixie Highway Commis Commission
sion Commission has Exceeded Its
Authority
Chattanooga, June" 1. Charles E.
James, president and a director of
the Dixie Highway Association, has
forwarded a "letter to the chairman
and members of the commission ten tendering
dering tendering his resignation. Mr. James
declared the commission exceeded its
authority in designating mora, than
one route through any state for the
proposed road.
MOONSHINE STILL CA ITU RED
On Monday Deputy U. S. Marshal
Walter S. Perry, accompanied by
Deputy T. W. Smith of Center llr
captured a distilling outfit near Lyn Lyn-den
den Lyn-den in Sumter county. It wa- bini?
operated by G. R. Rhyne, a white man,
who had about three gallons of the
product on hand when the officers ap appeared.
peared. appeared. Rhyne had a preliminary hearing
before Commissioner I). S. Williams
yesterday and was bound over to the
next term of the United States court
in this city in the sum of 5200. Be Being
ing Being unable to furnih bond he is now
in the Marion county jail to await the
meeting of the U. S. grand jury.
BANKS WILL OBSERVE
DAVIS BIRTHDAY
Thursday, June 3rd, being a legal
holiday (Jefferson Davis birthday)
the undersigned banks will ,c closed
for business on that day.
Commercial Bank. -Munroe
& Chambli-s Na National
tional National Bank.
Ocala National Bank.
Try one of thssr frosted p:nts rf
Pabsfs Blue Riblii at Johnny's, tf

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BE COIWS IT THE DUTY OF THE DIED STATES TO IIEIP
MICO TO SAVE HERSELF

(Associated

Washington, D. C, June 2. Presi President
dent President Wilson's warning to Mexico that
the United States cannot permit the
present conditions to continue, went
forward by telegraph today to the
American agent, who will" deliver it
to the factional leaders. At the same
time it wa3 made public at the White
House.
The communication which goes to
Carranza, Villa, Zapata and Garza,
the principal Mexican leaders, is not
sent as a diplomatic note from the
United States, but as a declaration of
President Wilson's attitude expressed
in a statement to the American peo people.
ple. people. In brief, it points out that rev revolutionary
olutionary revolutionary conditions have existed in
Mexico for more than two j'ears,
with various factional leaders pro professing
fessing professing the same object: to establish
constitutional rights and secure in increased
creased increased advantages for the people,
but with the leaders unable to agree
with one another in the hour of suc success.
cess. success. Unless conditions improve
within a very short time, the United
Stateswill feelitJts duty.lo JendJts
active support to some man or group
of men, if such may be found, who
can establish order. If the leaders
cannot accommodate their differences,
the United States will "be constrain constrained
ed constrained to decide what means should be
employed by the United States in
helping Mexico save herself and serve
her people.
WORKMAN SENT
HIS BEST WISHES
Principal Cassels apologizes to the
scholars of the high school for net
reading the following telegram from
Mr. Workman, former principal of
the school. He intended to read it
from the stage during the Monday
night exercises, but overlooked it.
Miami, Fla., May 31, 1915.
Mr. Welsh Dewey, Temple Theater,
Ocala, Fla.
Congratulations and best wishes
for the class of 1915
J. H. Workman.
ELIZABETH BLITCH
Mr. S. T. Sistrunk received a tele telegram
gram telegram this morning from his brother-in-law,
Mr. William Elitch in Lau Lau-rinburg,
rinburg, Lau-rinburg, N. C, giving the sad news
of the death of hi3 little eight-year-old
daughter Elizabeth, which occurr occurred
ed occurred at 9 o'clock thi3 morning, after an
illness of only a few days. The little
one will be buried there tomorrow.
Mrs. Blitch nee Miss Ollie May Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk is a sister of Messrs. S. T and
II. C. Sistrunk of this city and has a
rreat many friends and relatives in
this county who will be deeply griev-
d to hear cf the loss of the little girl.
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
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a fall line 1
stock fperl ccrn, oats, bran, shorts,
hiy and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Stoie.
For members of girls canning clubs
we recommend either B or BB farm
canning outfits. Marion Hardware
Company. 5-27-Ct
HOW MRS HARROD GOT RID
OF HER STOMACH TROUBLE
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everything I heard
of, but the only relief I got was tem temporary
porary temporary until last spring I saw Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and pro
cured a lottIe of them at our drup
store. I got immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after -eating
and from pain in the stomach, writes
Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort Wayne, Ind
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RAIEf AT IIICHIIB
SOAKED THE GROUND- BUT DID
NOT DAMPEN ENTHUSIASM
OF OLD SOLDIERS
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Richmond, June 2. Despite last
night's heavy, cold rain, thousands of
Confederate Veterans attending the
reunion were well and enthusiastic
this morning. They are comfortably
quartered at Camp Stuart on the fair
grounds.
Business occupied this morning's
session. Regular committees report reported,
ed, reported, then the joint memorial exercises
by veterans and the Confederate
South ern Memorial Association took
place. The floral parade "will occur,
this afternoon.
Birmingham and Dallas are trying
for-iicxt year's rrariVn.
YOUNG'WILL PROBABLY BE RE REELECTED
ELECTED REELECTED It is expected" that General' Ben Bennett
nett Bennett II. Young of Louisville, who was
prevented by illness from attending
the reunion, will be elected commander-in-chief
late today.
Birmingham will probably be the
next reunion city.
ANOTHER PRETTY
- MUSICAL EVENT
Another great pleasure that Ocala's
music' artists are looking forward to
will be the recitals of the pupils of
Miss Mary Connor's school. They
will take place at the Temple Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon and evening, June 10.
The performance leginning at 4 p.
m. will be free, but for that begin beginning
ning beginning at 8 a small admission will be
charged. Miss Connor has a large
number of pupils, and their exercises
are always well worth attending.
.FINE SUGAR HAMMOCK CORN.
Mr. David S. Wood row was ex exhibiting
hibiting exhibiting a nnmcer of photographs
made a few days ago at Martin. They
are scenes from a 125-acre field of
corn raised in the famous Sugai
Hammock by Mr. J. W. Johnson of
Span. The stalks are immense, and
Mr. Wood row assures us that the
yield will compare favorably with the
size of the stalks.
Beside Mr. Johnson, other farmers
have leased quantities of this splen splendid
did splendid property and also have fine crops
of com.' Over 400 acres are in corn
alone in the hammock, besides larce
quantities of other staple farm crops.
All 0!rtf P?vV
to Groat Aclil3ven::n2
To be bora is to be great. For there.
are possibilities f 3 every tiny human la-
-----I?, rant. And for tLi
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OC ALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY. JUNE 2. 1915

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BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
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J. H. Benjamin, Editor
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HOW OCALA WILL LOOK
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS

HENCE

Editor Star: Last Sunday, having
no car and no friends, I walked out
to Waldo cave. Climbing down in
that hole in the ground, and finding
its coolness and shade very refresh

ing, I spread a copy of the Star on at

rock and sat down on it to rest. Just
as I was becoming properly cool and
comfortable, there was a crack like a
Zennelin a mile up had dropped one of

George Easterling's shipping melons,
and everything turned black. As soon
as I could take stock, I found there
had been a landslide, and I was shut
in a little pocket which lighting my
solitary match showed was about
five feet long by four high just
big enough for me to sit in with pas passable
sable passable comfort.
As nobody knew where I was, and
very few cared anyhow, it only took

me a minute to figure out that Lwas,
booked for a voyage with Charon, j
True, I might dig out, but probably I
couldn't, and I was too lazy to try. I

knew L was sure to starve in two

weeks, or smother in two hours, and

as I was considerable tired I thought
it would be more comfortable to have
the job attended to while I was
asleep. By way of, putting myself
into a doze, I began thinking of all
the sins I hadn't committed, and what
a good time I might have had, and
remembering that I had a note due
Friday, and what an unlucky jlay it
would be for the poor fellow who in indorsed
dorsed indorsed for me, I went sound asleep.
Out of this slumber I was awakened
by another loud crash, which this
time went up instead of down, and

opening my eyes saw a faint light

above me.

I was at the bottom of a rift, and

it only took a second to decide that
another convulsion had split the rock
above me. I must have slept some

hours, for it -waa nighty but-thera. was

light enough for me to climb out;

and I was soon on the surface. But
for some minutes I couldn't imagine

where I was.

The familiar woods were gone, and
-I was in the grounds of a large man

sion, surrounded by a flower garden.

The flowers made me think that pos

sibly I had died and was in heaven

but that was so very improbable that

I began casting around for another

ciVlntirm T?pnhiro far m v wat.ph

tanerled ray fingers in hair, and

realized that I had a bunch of. whis
kers to my knees. Then I took i

tumble to the fact that I was a sec second
ond second Rip Van Winkle, but as to wheth whether
er whether I had been asleep twenty years or
twenty minutes I couldn't guess.
First thing to do was to obtain my
bearings, so. I started along the
flower bordered walks toward where
I supposed the road was. I guessed
right and came out at the place
where last I saw the wayside pump.
. Jn its place, a cement fountain spout spouted
ed spouted water withL a musical tinkle, and
in place of the narrow road thru the
hammock, a wide, paved boulevard
ran between spacious sidewalks. The
woods were gone, and on both sides
of the road stood large structures,
evidently handsome residences. It
- must have been midnight or later, for
everything was quiet, though enough

iignts gummerea irom wmaows and
thru the shrubbery for me to make
things out with tolerable distinct distinct-"'
"' distinct-"' ness.
As I stood amazed there was a soft

whiz, and a streetcar slid by. It was
going rapidly, and I had barely time
to read the name "Ocala and Dun Dunnellon
nellon Dunnellon Short Line" in illuminated let letters
ters letters when it was gone. It was a
large car, well-lighted, and had a
merry party of young folks on board.

I heard one remark,

-J J I Z At. u

- uieu m jrans mis evening," and an another
other another reply, "She was almost a hun hundred
dred hundred wasn't she?" and by that I knew
I hadn't been asleep more than thirty
years. The car was going toward
Dunnellon, and I guessed the pas passengers
sengers passengers were a theater party.
I started toward town, but in spite
of the elegant, sidewalk the going
wasn't good. I was almost as old as
Sara, and not near as divine, and at
every step I could feel my bones
creak. So I had not gone far when I

, sat down to rest. At the end of ev every
ery every block I found a neat pavilion with

comiortame seats, running water,

cup machines and all other things ex except
cept except beds and food for the wayfarer.
I sat in one of the pavilions for a
v minute, and was wondering if I hadn't
better have stayed in" my. hole, when

1 felt a touch on my arm. Turning,

I confronted a fine-looking young

man m a neat uniform. Before

could speak, he said: "Aged sir, you
seem weary. May I not take you to
your destination?" He waved his hand

as he spoke toward a handsome auto
V thatstood at the curb.
" My throat was rusty from long dis

use, but I managed to croak: "What
is the price?"
He looked puzzled. "Do you mean
the fare?" he inquired.
"Aye, my son. How many bones to

the square?"
"I will take you
center for a jitney.

I will take you free.

to the business
If you are poor,
I am going that

way anyhow."

As I had only 35 cents in my jeans

when I went to sleep, I straightway
took the pauper oath. He bowed
gravely, assisted me carefully to and
in the car, then took his own place
and started the machine.
At first the car seemed like the
autos I was used to, but looking at
the front I could not see the big and
heavy engine over the front wheels.
There was more space than usual in
front of the driver's seat, and there
was a dashboard over the wheels like
an old-time buggy. In front of the

driver, with the steering column

passing thru it, was a box of polished
wood about foot square. The car

was lighted with shaded incandescent

in th ranonv. If noticed that the

lamps did not throw their gleam far
ahead, but this was not needed, as the

road was broad and well illuminated.

T rnuld not recotrnize either the

road or its surroundings. The former
was at least sixty feet broad,' with a
double car line along the middle. As
we started a street car came by from

Dunnellon, and before we had gone
more than four blocks I saw another
coming from Ocala. Then I noticed

that there were no trolleys, and the
cars evidently ran by their own pow power,
er, power, tho I could see no engines.
Our auto moved smoothly and rap rapidly,
idly, rapidly, and was evidently passing thru
a residence section, for on each side
the big, stylish-looking houses loom loomed
ed loomed up in the dusk. To the right sud suddenly
denly suddenly appeared a sheet of water a
lake whose further shore was beyond

ray--sight.

residence once had stood, I saw noth-

ing familiar. The woods and little
homes were gone, and everywhere
stood large residences, within which

I twinkled only tiny nightlights. The
I town was asleen. We reached the

.

hilltop, and turned down Lime street.
Far out to the southeast was an un unusually
usually unusually large building, whose out outlines
lines outlines were dimly traced by its lights.
It was where the Marion County Hos Hospital
pital Hospital once stood, and I asked what it
was.
"North Florida Hospital," said the
driver.
"North Florida," I gasped. "Why,

this was South Honda when 1 was

here."

The driver looked at me pityingly.

"niH moil nhoro H n vp vmi rippnr

Don't you know that Florida was cut
ofT from Chattahoochee in 1922?"
I considered a second or two.
"Where is the state line?"
"About thirty miles north of here.
Marion is one of the northern coun counties."
ties." counties." "Where is the state capital."

"Tampa."
"I suppose the old capital stayed at
Tallahassee."
"No, they moved it to Chattahoo Chattahoochee,
chee, Chattahoochee, and named the state after it."
Here he twirled the wheel and
steered the car into a broader, bright

er street, which I rightly guessed was
Exposition. The hill by Masters
store was not so steep, but Masters'
store stood up like a mountain. So
did the other stores along the street.
The car ran into a broad, open space,
which I had some difficulty in recog recognizing,
nizing, recognizing, as the courthouse has disap disappeared,
peared, disappeared, and a park with a foun fountain
tain fountain stood in its place. The
square and surrounding buildings
were lighted, but there was none

of the feverish "white way" glare

remembered of every city I

There was just enough of soft
Before I could fairly take it
the driver turned to me and

Runaway June

(Continued from Last Week)

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ELEVEiNTH EPISODE
In the CIntch of the RiverThieves.
CHAPTER I.

IIEKE waa n wil l clar.in-" of
bells on the y:icht Hilarity :s

th sun nushtxl its s-:irli-t rint i

up Into the edye of dawn. At j

me root or tlie landing ta;rs leautitu
June Warner, her bi;;. lustrous eyes
widened in terror, had cast off the
swift little motor tender, and the d uk.
handsome face of the Muck Vun dyked
man, peering over the deck rail, was
distorted with rage. lie shouted aaiu
his impatient commands to the oil'icer
on the quarterdeck.
Sleepy sailors were on deck now
fumbling with the davits on each sid
From one swung a little covered cutter
and from the other a long, ""narrow
racer. lily the sprang to assist the
sailors lowering the racer.

On the dock as the sun pushed Its
scarlet rim up Into the edge of the
Jawn stood the well known ami justly
famous private detective Uill Wolf, his
short, thick body stiff with the chill of
the long night, and by hiui stood an
overcoat and cap. Bill Wolfs round
face and the visr of the cap were

t I

knew.

light,
all in,

said:
(To be continued in our next)

"What water is that?" I inquired.
"Scott's Lake," said the driver.
"One of the city parks is on the other
side."
Where does the water come from?"
"There is a spring there Scott's
spring. They bored down to the main
flow and put in a cement basin'about
fifteen years ago."
A minute or. two later we came to
the curve in the road where it turns
toward town.' A dazzling light shone
in our faces. I just had time to see
it also shone along a line of rails to

the left, when it seemed to be right
over us, and then a long train rush rushed
ed rushed by. The illuminated signs on the
cars read "Miami, St. Louis and
Seattle." I had barely time to read
them when the train was gone, swift swiftly
ly swiftly but with an absence of the puffing,
rattling, roar in the trains I remem remembered.
bered. remembered. "The Comet Limited is late to tonight,"
night," tonight," said the driver, looking at
the clock on the dashboard, which in indicated
dicated indicated 12:03.
"What time should it pass?"
. "Twelve-one."
"What time does it leave Miami?"

"Nine o'clock."
"How many stops between here and
there?"
"One, at Orlando. It stops here for
power."
"What time will it reach Seattle?"
"Nine o'clock tomorrow morning
thirty-six hours."
I wondered what had become of the

Ocala and Southwestern and sked

about it."

"Why that is it," said the driver,

nodding his head toward the line on
the left. "They changed the track

some when they made the lake, so it

wouldn't pass thru the Waldo suburb."

A minute later, he checked the car

Sara Bernhardt t a road gate to a railway crossing.

It was the Seaboard,. but to my sur-.
prise the train that swept by, going

south, was lettered "Atlantic Coast
Line."
"I thought the A. C. L. went thru
town," I said.
The chauffeur looked at me in sur-

price. "They took-it up twenty years

ago," he said. "Did you live here be
fore then?"
"I left in 1915," I said.

"Well TOY- l-nnnr V.

' M Ju nun w JvillfW tut, II,

he replied. "Twentyrfive years make
a lot of difference. I came here when
I was ten years old, in 1920, and the
town is four times the size it was

then."
"What is the population," I asked

"Eighty thousand in the city and

two hundred thousand in the district."
I didn't know what the district was

but thought I would soon find out.. I

noticed as we rolled over the crossing

that there were four railway tracks

I had also noticed that the train that
had passed was drawn by a smoke smokeless
less smokeless machine, evidently an electric
motor.
As we rolled smoothly up the long
hill, toward where the old Bullock

The Florida Life Insurance Com

pany could not stand investigation,

and has been declared insolvent, after
an investigation by the state insur insurance
ance insurance commission. There is a deficit
of $100,000 in its reserve fund. Its
affairs are now being handled by
President J. Ji. Heard of the Heard
National Bank. Causes for the in

solvency are attributed to undue au authority
thority authority said to have been exercised

by M. D. Johnson, former president,
and O. S. Allbritton, former treasurer
of the company. Both are charged

with having made heavy loans to for former
mer former officers and their relatives; the
discounting of certain certificates

supposedly to obtain ready cash, mak making
ing making excess loans over, and above the
market value of the collateral accept

ed and other financial operations au

thorized between the Florida Life In

surance Company and the Model

Farms Company, of which a brother
of former President Johnson wras the
head. The Florida Life Insurance
Company was considered a home in

stitution, and was consequently large

ly patronized by the people of the
state. A number of Ocala people are
among the victims. It looks like the

men who mismanaged it have been

guilty of criminal carelessness, and

if so they should be severely punish

ed. The incident moves the Star to

inquire, of what use is the state in insurance
surance insurance commission if it can't" find out

that a company is 'in bad shape until
it is insolvent?

mJ to
W- 1 O

The Escape of June.

Recent developments have given
reason for the belief that the death
of Adam Boggs and his daughter at
Cocoanut Grove, near Miami, last No November,
vember, November, was murder, committed by a
white man named James A. Butler,
who has since left Miami for parts
unknown. The officers of the law
have a description of him, however,
and are searching the country to find

him.

It is probable that the latter of

Judge Roan, the gist of which was
among the Star's dispatches Monday,

will save the life of Leo Frank. It
is strange that when a judge on the

bench has a reasonable doubt of a de defendant's
fendant's defendant's guilt that he cannot tell the

jury, but such seems to be a tenet

of the law.

Savannah threatens to go to the

courts over the Florida naval stores

law just passed by the legislature. It
is more favorable to Florida ports

than to those of Georgia, so no won

der savannah is peeved.

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turned toward the river, where in mid midstream
stream midstream streaked the speedy little mo motor
tor motor boat Flash., which had been stolen
from that dock while the overcoat and
cap peacefully slumbered. In the boat
at the wheel sat a natty little figure

with a chauffeur's cap and a tiny mus mustache.
tache. mustache. Upon his face was a bentlfl
smile, and his eyes sparkled and snap snapped
ped snapped with the exhilaration of this divine
moment. Behind him sat. stiff ns a
ramrod, a nvoman with high cheek
bones and an expression of grimly pa
tient determination on her l!p?.
-Volla. Mile. Marie!" cried the little
chauffeur as he cut a long, graceful
curve between two slow moving barges.
"Did I not say we would swish?
Marie's stiff Hps worked for a mo moment,
ment, moment, so that she could enunciate.
"Voilar she hoarsely uttered. "VoIIa.
ITenrir
For only a moment the well known
and Justly famous private detective Ml!
Wolf looked after the swiftly swishing
Ilenri; then he turned and pounded up
the dock, racing for the nearest tele telephone.
phone. telephone. First of all he called the nagle
Eye Detective agency and secured a re

port from its wireless department;
then he ronsed out of slumlwr n sliarj sliarj-faced.
faced. sliarj-faced. long nosed woman with high

arched brows, who caught up her bed

side telephone with instant alertness In

her beady eyes.

"Well. I got hlraf came the hoarse

voice-of Bill Wolf. "He's on.lmard the
vacht Hilarity, and. say. with thf

ginr ;

Immediately Honoria moved very

swiftly.

The sleepy eyed steward stepped out
upon the deck of the Hilarity with bis

uniformed Jacket buttoned nskew.

MBeir vour nardon. sir." he said

"Don't lower the boats for a moment.
What!" shouted Gilbert Blye.

The easollne sir. It did not arrive

until an hour ago."

"And there's no gasoline in these
tanks?" roared big T. F. Edwards.

pushing forward.
"No. sir."

' "You infernal idiot!" yelled Oriu Cun

ningham.

"Lower those boats!" shouted Gilbert
Blve. "Wilklns. get downstairs. You

can fill those boats in the water." And

he looked out across the waves. The

scnninff beantv was rounding the

( 17 r
point.

In the pretty apartments which Ned

and June Warner had fitted up to ie

their nest Ned rose from the cone!

ho hil fallen asleen with the

miniature of June in bl hand and ree

agnized the rasping voice of Honoria.
"Well, we've located your darlinz

And there was n shrill cackle. "She's
nn tvrri th flilarltv with, my hus

band. And the vacht in r.nhored out

"side the bay. Good morning."

Ned wasted no time. Bobble Bleth

trinf had n tnnch little l-at. and Bob

bie was routed out of ted Immediately

yawning and wondering why the world
nnL1 ncror tw nt tK!CP. But tlP Wrt

readv. though it took his agitated wife.

Iris. sevn minutos to make him rom-

.r4i-ud that it he Hilarity was a lat.

Sh hnd to suirfss all her ebullient

emotions to do It. but she relieved her

self somewhat by telephoning June'?

mnthor jir.d father at their toautiftil

liome in Bryni"rt-

As the sun pushed its scarlet rim nr
Into the edge f the dawn and Ftariil
in pleased snrpriM at the beautiful

irirl wti.i was speeding toward the

marshy shore a low. gray skiff with a

m triable motor attached to it stern
klpied In and out of the dimness
immi'.' thf hlaek hulls at the river's
edge. In the skiXT were tlirce rougu
looking men and a roughly dressed
woman, who Kat huddled iu the bow.
All four Were silent, but their furtive
eyes roved constantly over every ves vessel
sel vessel around which they crept- In the
bottom of the boat were a huge bundle
of celery and a loosely piled tarpaulin.
Suddenly the woman leaned forward
and touched the nearest man on the

Knee. lie was n.uig. rawoonea man
with a bronzed face uud a deepKur
on his chin. The woman pointed, and
the man turned his evil eyes' In that
direction. Surrounded by black coal

barges was a shining bouseloat with

brnsa rails, mahogany cnbiu nod all

the fittings and uprolntmeTit.i which

extravagance could devise.

The mau at 'the stern, a lean; wiry

fellow with a hooked uose and a lean

Jaw which ended In a big .knob on each

cheek, slowed down the engine until

It was noiseless. They completely

circled the two adjoining docks before

they came back to the slip where coal

barges lay: then the skiff glided in
beneath the overhang of the barges.

and the big man with the scar on bis

chin knocked on the hull. No noise

from within. -The man picked up a

club and pounded. No stirring.

There was not a living creature In

sight except these four early morning

birds of prey.

-All' right. Babe." growled the man

with the scar on his chin.

The woman looked up at the house

boat as if she were estimating for
herself Its plan, arrangement and all
the mysteries which it might contain.
She slowly rose and cast aside her

shawl. She had been beautiful once.

She still bore traces of it. would have
shown more traces had -she not been

unkempt and In frowsy clothing.

"It's n wonder Jake wouldn't take n

chance on the break-in once In awhile,"
she complained. "He's as light on bis

feet ns I am."
"But I ain't so quick In' the head. head.-hastily
hastily head.-hastily complimented Jake.
"That'll dor growled the leader of
the party "Up with you. Babe,"
The woman shrugged her shoulders
and put her ronghly shod foot Into the

big man's outstretched palm. He raised

slowly and lifted the woman straight

up -so that she could draw herself on

Ioard.

She disappeared. The three men sat

silent.

"All right, Ben." The woman's face
peered over the raiL "Say, It's a nes-

selrode!"

The lean Jake stepped forward
promptly and climbed up over the big

man s back, perfectly contented now
that he knew the silken-hung house

boat to be empty. The third man with
little patches of half formed beard on
his face took the rudder; then the huge

Ben Jumped up. caught the deck rail

and drew himself upward.

For the hundredth time Ned put' hit
head out of the window. At last they
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1915

umi:r
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PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
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(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)

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ir you nave aiiy tnm-g tue matter

Attend quickly to the least ailment of your eye,
ear, nose or throat. A neglected eye causes head headache
ache headache and nervousness; a neglected ear may cause
permanent deafness; a neglected nose will result in
catarrh; a neglected throat may cause chronic bron bronchitis
chitis bronchitis or worse evils. When you treat such tender
organisms, come to us for your remedies and know
that they are absolutely pure and of proper strength.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store

Thought for the Day
The humblest friendship i.s a treas
ure more precious than all the tri

umphs of genius; the

tion of the heart is sweeter and more ;

Ocala high school. "The Value of
Total Abstinence to a Life was the
title of Miss Leitner's splendid paper.

TV, r. tt-o tr 1 n ml an nnnnrtunitv

simn p4 emo- .

to compete for the district prize of

LiJll Ul lliu lit-tll v, 13 .Tun-in emu '-" , r 1
A, ,$2.50. "Alcohol and Labor by Jas.
necessary than all the satisfactions oi . TT.j:f.
i r i o t- H. Hill and "Alcohol and Heredity
vanity. Man 13 made of love, boh-. .u.
kt Mono Tiimctt- .-r tun nthpr PI-

tude without faith and divine love is ; J
, .t, , ceptionally fine papers. The writers
a tomb without the repose of death. t 1 r .
wr nresented a trold nat Din and tie

George Sand. I v, ,of;

that purpose from Mr. A. E. Burnett
and Mr. J. C. Smith, jewelers.

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I'iano and Voice Recital by the Pupils
of Miss Porter
The fir.-.t weeks in June are rightly
termed Ocala s muic season for an annually
nually annually at this time the music teachers
hold their recitals, the entertainments
being greatly anticipated by the par

ents and friends of the pupils and in-
structors. The first of these charm-1
ing recitals f o be given this year was
held last evening at the Baptist j
church by the piano and vocal pupils
of Miss Marguerite Porter.
The rostrum of the church was at-j
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tractive in its uecorauons oi jarije

Recital to be Given by Miss Cam shy's
Pupils
The piano pupils of Miss Kate
Gamsby will give their annual recital
tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at the
Woman's Club. Miss Gamsby always
has a large, interesting class of
pupils and their parents and friends
will be glad of this opportunity of
hearing them.

Shower for Bride-Elect

Boston ferns and delicate traces of This afternoon at the home of Mrs.
a 1 T T" Jt '1 11 . A ... A

asparagus lern, maKing a preiiy n. r. uomion a raiMreimiinjua nwwci

background for the class, nearly all of was given by the ladies of the Eastern

whom wore white dresses with bright Star" sewing circle as a surprise to
ribbons. Miss Erin Yonge, a bride-elect.

The recital gave Miss Porter's Many beautiful and useful gifts

friends and other admirers of her were received as proof of 'the love and

music an opportunity to see the work j appreciation held for Miss Yonge by

of some of her pupils. There was a Ocala Chapter No. 2'J, O. b., where

large audience, and whether they she served several years as organist,
were personally interested in the per- During the afternoon Mrs. Condon
formance or not, they could not but assisted by her nieces, Misses Emma
be entertained by every number of and Sidney Perry, served delicious ice

the artistically arranged and splendid cream and cake.

program. Its variety made the first
appeal, for there was both piano and
vocal music with solo and chorus
work and simple pieces by little grls
and brilliant and more difficult num numbers
bers numbers by older pupils.
The neat programs were given out
by Mr. Niel Ferguson and each bore
the following beautiful quotation
from Longfellow: "Music is God's
greatest gift to man; the only art of
earth to be taken to heaven." Miss
Porter required her piano pupils to
describe the movements in their selec selections
tions selections before rendering them, several
of whom told interesting little inci incidents
dents incidents in he lives of the composers,
thus giving additional attractiveness
to "the program.
The program was given in full in
yesterday's paper. Each of the per performers
formers performers reflected the thoroughness of
her teacher and each did her part
with a simplicity and directness,
which combined with musical taste,
made the program the unquestioned
success that it was. The piano num numbers,
bers, numbers, except for the trios, were played
without notes. The trios showed
clearness," smoothness and precision.
The vocal number of Miss Wilson was
partieularly suited to her beautiful
voice and the clearness and sweetness
of Miss Ilaycraft's voice was brought
out in her attractive selection. The
Rick-Sha Song demonstrated the
rythm and harmony as taught by Miss
Porter. The girls carried Japanese
parasols and fans and it was a pretty
ending for the junior program.

A picture of Miss Eva Futch of
Gainesville, who has been an attrac attractive
tive attractive visitor to Ocala, the guest of
Miss Hester Dewey, graced the so society
ciety society page of yesterday's Metropolis.
Mrs. A. F. Joyner and daughter
have left for Wilmington and
Wrightsy'ille Beach, N. C.f to spend
the summer, and will return to Ocala
some time in July.
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Mr. Chas. E. Harris, the efficient
foreman of the Star's newspaper de department,
partment, department, returned last night from a
visit with his family to relatives at
Madison. Mrs. Harris and Master
Charles Jr., went on from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville yesterday afternoon to Newport
News, Va., where they will visit rela relatives
tives relatives for several months.
Mrs. E. A. Hickson, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. T. M. Moore,
has returned to her home at Mica Mica-nopy.
nopy. Mica-nopy. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hillman are the
proud parents of a nine and a half
pound girl born Sunday night at their
home in North-Ocala..
Miss Mary Garrett, who will leave
soon for Virginia to join relatives is
the guest for a few days before de departing
parting departing of her mint, Mrs. H. W. Hen Henry
ry Henry at Lake Weir.
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Miss Blanche Mizelle, after a visit

i to her sister, Miss Elizabeth Mizelle,

Mrs. Wesley Meadows of Anthony ; left yesterday for her home at Orange

was a visitor in town Monday, and
attended the commencement exercises
at the Temple in the evening, which
she very much enjoyed.
Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake and sons, Al Allen
len Allen and Lynn, will leave Friday for
Chicago,- where they will spend sev several
eral several weeks visiting Mrs. Hollinrake's
sister, Mrs. II. C. Tabor.
Miss Mary Burford will be hostess
to the young ladies auction club Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Nash left today

for Tampa to be present tomorrow at
the marriage of the former's brother,
Mr. Harold Nash. Mr. Nash will be
absent only a few days but Mrs. Nash
will remain for a longer visit. While
away- they will visit relatives at
Terra Ceia.
Monday afternoon at the Ocala
Country Club Mr. W. S. Hilands won
the Gillespie cup, which is played for
annually by the gentlemen and which
for the past year has Seen in the
possession of Mr. Herbert Lattner.
Another interesting golf feature of
last month was the completion of a
ringer tournament begun last season.

The trophy was a beautiful silver;
cup, presented by Mr. Jack Camp. The j
tournament was close between Mr.,
Frank Drake and Mr. Clarence Camp, j
the former finally winning. The j
Country Club has closed for the 1914-;
1915 season. i
j
Harold Meade and LaGrange Sis-j
trunk have pitched tent at Lake Weirj
for a stay of a week or ten days.
Their camp has been named "Dew-!
Drop Inn." the boys are expecting to
have a jolly good time.
Misses Eloise and Catharine Henry, j
the lovely young daughters of Dr.
and Mrs. II. W. Henry at Lake Weir,!
who have been spending the winter in I
Ocala, attending school, have return-1
ed home. Next week Mis3 Henry will ;
go to Pass-a-Grille to visit Miss Ger-;
aldine Ball of Tampa.
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Monday afternoon the W. C. T. U.j
presented to Miss Florence Leitnen
first prize for writing the best paper)
on temperance of any pupil in the!

Lake.

Miss Eugenia Fuller will be hostess
this evening to a moving picture
party, entertaining" in honor of her
cousins, Miss Sarah Pearl Martin and
Mr. W. M. Martin, who are just back
from school.
Miss Ellie Tydings is in Palatka the
guest of' Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Poage.

Miss Tydings, who is a returned mis missionary
sionary missionary from Mexico, gave an address

yesterday before the missionary so

ciety of the Methodist church and this
evening, will give a talk at the weekly
prayer meeting service.
Misses Mary and Ethel Seymour,
Messrs Frank-Anthony and Ernest
Colby returned Monday evening from
a "week-end motoring trip to Daytona.
They were accompanied home by
Misses Seymour's cousins, Misses
Mary and Annie Seymore of Miami
and their guest, Miss Winifred
Streater of Lakeland. Miss Streater
will leave for home tomorrow and
the Misses Seymour will remain for a
visit of several weeks.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)

The Servant
Question

has no terrors for the
housekeeper who ha3 her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
"WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
Ocala Gas Company
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Vitagraph Two-Reel Drama, featuring Edith Johnson.
SOME WHITE HOPE
Vitagraph Comedy
THE DANCE AT ALEX FONTANER
Essanay Drama, featuring Ruth Thompson & Richard Calvert.
ADMISSION: From 3:10 to 10:30, 5 and 10 Cents.

Hunting a Place, No Matter How Deso Desolate,
late, Desolate, In Which to Hide.
bride, who was nt thattnoiuent skirt
Ing the marshy shore and limiting a
place, no matter how desolate, iu
which to hide.
There was 'Tin fnlet anions the
marshes. She ventured Into it a short
distance, but It led to nowhere, and
eue hurried out again to the ojHn wa water.
ter. water. A small bo.it rounded the point,
and for a moment June's eyes dis

tended. Involuntarily she crouched.

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HE three river thieves In the ex exquisitely
quisitely exquisitely furnished houseboat
worked with deft -rapidity. It
was the woman's swift. Intui

tive part to discover hHin:r place: the
lean Jake's to Ciscriminnte In values;
Big Ben's, with nippers and hammer
and screwdriver, to rip o(T brass work,
to open drawers, to rend and fear and
splinter If need be. Wit tun an incredi incredibly
bly incredibly short space of time they had the
sklCf piled hlsh with the richest and
the best which the houseboat had cou
tallied; then they spread the taipaullu
over their plunder and divf-osed their
bunches of celery so that the green
leaves protruded In a fringe from un under
der under the edge cf the tarpaulin: then the
heavily laden klff. with Its four pas
sengers and Is loot, wormed Its way
clumsily from amid the barges, look
Ing like an Innocent farmer Ix.at.
The sun. now a golden ball In the
eastern mist, looked down upon,

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"Well, Babe, you sliced me, all right.
harborage busy with the pursuers of
the little runaway bride Henri and
Marie were swishing swiftly; Ned, and
Bobble and lrl.4 were leaving the dock
lu Bobbie's speedy little cruiser;" IIon
ria Blye and the well knowiuainl Just Justly
ly Justly famous private detective. Bill Wolf,
were puttlus cut into the river In the
Eagle Eye Petectlve agency steam
yawl. Its stovepie st;ick rolling Mack
smoke and cinders and hot sparks
back over the already blackening pas passengers;
sengers; passengers; Gilbert Blye nnd the heavy
lidded Edwards were just leaving the
Hilarity in the keen little r.irer; Cun Cunningham
ningham Cunningham had been Blow, and l!ow
decks when they put off. but he fol follow
low follow now in the cutter. .The racer and
the cutter sieeded straVrlit for the
point around which June had disap disappeared.
peared. disappeared. Tommy Thomas waved a scarf
after them and shouted absurd in instructions
structions instructions to them, but Mrs. Villa rd

stood quietly by the mil, her eyes fixed t
somjberly on that distant plrst- j
Slowly June raised from her crouch

Ing position. The cling of tlie smaH
boat which she had sighted cemed tc
be fainter rather than more di-tirct
It w.ib fading Into. the distance when
she lookeL nnd frora Its roil reru sfhe
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Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice. of nun, Xt ns
have your custom we deserve it.
Ocala Ice & PacMecj Co.

JAMES COLEMAN ED MATHEWS M. D. JONES
OCALA PUBLIC GARAGE

x Now Open and Completely Equipped and Solicit Your Business
We guarantee all vrork before it leaves the ?hop. James Coleman
will repair your motor cars in' first class t-hape.
Our Ed Mathews i3 the best general blacksmith in the city." AU
blacksmith work, wagon and buggy repairing, horse shoeing, etc.,
etc., quickly done and fully warranted.
Call and see us. We do our own work, very light expenses, and
can give you cheaper prices than, others.
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ocala Evening star, Wednesday, june 2, 1913

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It begins to look like the week will
pass without any ball game.
Mr. A. T. Thomas, who has' been so
ill, was able to come down town this
morning for a short time:

Buy your arugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the be ft always. 4-27-tf
Mr. Morris Fruchtman left last
night for Brunswick Ga., to spend a
few days.

Rexau Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf

Mr. Tilden Gillis, of Gaiter, was in
town today and paid the Star an ap appreciated
preciated appreciated call. Mr. Gillis says the

corn crop of his section is especially

fine this year.

Mr. John Batts, called by his class
mates "Dingbats", a member of the
Cicala High School class of '15, left
yesterday for his former home in

Smithville, Ga., to spend his vacation.
We- erred Monday in stating that

Mr. Clifton Camp had returned to Tal
lahassee.

Mr. I. P. Stevens, one of Connor's
prosperous farmers and a valued sub subscriber
scriber subscriber of the Star for many years,
was a caller in town today and says
everything looks bright to the farmers

around Connor.

The Odd Fellows had an interest

ing and well attended meeting last
night.- They have something good on
at every meeting and are rewarded
with an increased attendance. There
was a most beneficial debate on Odd

Fellowship by a number of the mem members.
bers. members. Arrangements were made to
join the K. of P. and Woodmen in
memorial exercises Sunday afternoon
June 13. After the business meet

ing, refreshments were served-

The "Exploits of Elaine" at the

Temple last night was the most in

teresting chapter given yet, and held
the tense attention of two full houses.

Tonight the Temple will have the

Pathe Weekly, a Vitagraph drama, an
Essanay drama and a rattling good
Vitagraph comic.

Mr. W. C. Reagin, who for several
years was located in Ocala as com

mercial agent of the Atlantic Coast

Line, but more recently of Albany,
Ga., is here on business for his com

pany and will remain until after the

vegetable shipping season. Mr. E. M.
Finch, who has been acting in the
capacity of commercial agent for the
company at Montgomery, Ala.,, ac accompanied
companied accompanied Mr. Reagin to Ocala and
will be permanently located here in
the same capacity.
The .Florida Dental Association will
convene at Pass-a-Grille next Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday for its annual convention. Drs.
Izlar and Shepherd f on there Tuesday
and Dr. Chace earlier, to meet with
the examining board prior to the reg regular
ular regular meeting.

Runaway June

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(Continued from Third Page)

Mr. C. Green, a former Ocala citi citizen,
zen, citizen, who is now residing in Lakeland,
has severed his connection with the
"N r : i : ti a e j. :i i :n

majcaut incuiei 01 mai. city anu win
open an Air Dome near the hotel
Kibler.

Mr.-W. B. Gallagher left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Eustis and Umatilla on business.

Messrs. George Rentz'and C. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson have returned from a business
visit to Miami. They made the trip
in the former's car.

Tell your physician, and tell him
plainly, to leave your prescriptions
where they'll be filled as written no
substitution here. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. ;V tf

Mr. R.' P. Joh nson, after a visit of
a few days to Mr. Jack Camp, left to today
day today for his home in Muncie, Ind.
Call and see the weekly war pic pictures
tures pictures from the London Graphic on
view at Williams' Candy" and Cigar
Store, hole in the wall, on Magnolia
street. Home made cream candies,
20c and 35c boxes. Pure and de delicious.
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VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf

Beginning tomorrow Marsh's Meat
Market will be closed on Thursday
afternoons. It,

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we have it or can get for you. LAT LAT-TNER'S
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Knew tnat it was not one or tne tmar
Ity's boats. Once more she breathed a
sigh of relief, but even as she did sc
she heard a familiar sound the siren
whistle of the Hilarity's cutter! And
It was near!
Frantically how she scanned the
shore There was another inlet jusi
ahead of her. and iu desperation shf
steered into it. It was a narrow bui
distinct channel, winding about amid
a. tansle of shruLbery and marsh gras
nnd stunted trees, with here and thert
a larger tree rising from a mound ol
solid earth, v There were high bank
presently and then a tiny Island, In tin
center of which was a decrepit hut
June was about to step ashore wher
she heard the low purring of a motor
The cutter! From the sudden shut-In
ness of the sound it had entered tht
inlet. In terror June Jumped back Intc
the boat. The hut seemed deserted
There was no smoke rising from the
chimney and no one to protect her if
she were found there alone. She was
away in, a flash, circling the Island
From the other side she saw that the
channel led away Into the marshes,
probably to another inlet, and she hatf
started to dart down this lonely water
way when suddenly she spied a roye
trailing out into the water from undei
some bushes matted with marsh -weeds
The whir of the motor was rapidly ad
vancing. She could scarcely hope to
escape unseen. Her wits sharpened
by her peril, she steered with swift de decision
cision decision toward the overhanging bushes.
They parted as her prow ran Into
them. and. bending low, she found her

self shot into entire concealment. The

whir of the approaching motor grew
loud. Quick as a flash June reached
for the telltale rope which had be
trayed thi hiding place and drew It
nnilpr mvpr nf tjj nvattpd bushes.

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(Continued Tomorrow)
Mr. J. B. Griggs of Lynne is among
the Wednesday visitors in the city.

Mr. Robert S. Shortridge spent the
day in the city on business. He pur purchased
chased purchased a quantity of building mater material
ial material and will make a number of im improvements
provements improvements on his place near Citra.

Mr. R. E. Koonce, one of Ocala's
capable police officers, has just com completed
pleted completed a two weeks vacation and re returns
turns returns to his duties tomorrow morn morning.
ing. morning. Tie has been enjoying himself
in' the northern and southern parts
of Marion" county, and says he doesn't
see why anyone wants to leave our
own borders to spend a vacation when
theer are attractions enough herfli to
satisfy any ordinary citizen.

Mr. O. W. Cordero, one of the Sea Seaboard's
board's Seaboard's efficient men, has returned
from a very pleasant visit to Wash Washington
ington Washington and New York.

Several changes went into effect on
the Seaboard schedule yesterday. The
southbound local passenger now ar arrives
rives arrives at 12:57 p. m., and the south southbound
bound southbound limited, which leaves Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville at 1:35 p. m.,' arrives at 4:30.

Mr. F. E. Smoak, of Flemington,
was in town yesterday and last night,
having his left eye treated.' It has
given him much pain, but is better
now. Mr. Smoak says he and many of
his neighbors are working hard to
avert county division, but are afraid
it will succeed.

At 10 o'clock this morning, the auto
truck with its trailer went by the
Star office like a young freight train,
going to Silver Springs to bring in
goods brought from Jacksonville by
the G. A. Carmichael.

Dr. Hubbard of Bushnell was in
town yesterday.

Mr. Otto Herzog and Miss Effie
Lee, a young couple from the south
end of the county, were married in
the county judge's office this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Judge Smith being absent, the
ceremony was performed by Tax Col Collector
lector Collector Colbert, who is a notary pub public,
lic, public, and officiated most gracefully.

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

Beginning tomorrow Marsh's Meat
Market will be closed on Thursday
afternoons. It

For roofing, guttering and sheet
metal work phone 388. R. E. Yonge
& Company. 31-6t

Vulcanizing. All work guaranteed.
Blalock Bros., 107 Oklawaha Are. 1m

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 I had an attack that was so severe
that I was not able to go to the case
for two days. Failing to get any re relief
lief relief from any other treatment, I took
three of Chamberlain's Tablets and
the next day I felt like a new man,"
writes H. C. Bailey, 'editor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

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Mrs. L. II. Bingham and children of
Jacksonville are in the city, visiting
their relatives here.
The family of Mr. D. W. Davis will
open their home at North Lake Weir
for the summer on Friday of next
week. Miss Kathleen Spencer, who
has been the guest of Misses Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth and Meme Davis, will prolong

her visit until some time in July,

leaving then to join her mother in
North Carolina.
Miss Lillian Thomasson, who has
been the attractive young guest of
her grandmother, Mrs. M. A. Will Williams
iams Williams while attending the Ocala hih
school, has gone to St. "Augustine to

visit an aunt, before joining her par parents,
ents, parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Thomasson

at their new home at Okeechotee.
While in the Ancient City Miss
Thomasson will be present at the
graduation of her cousin, Mr. Gabriel
Lee from the high school.
Miss Elizabeth Mizelle, who so suc successfully
cessfully successfully taught the eighth grade this
past term, and Miss Blanche Mizelle',
who has been visiting friends for sev several
eral several weeks, have returned to their
home at Orange Lake.
Misses Katharine and Mildred Pyles
returned today from Brenau College,
Gainesville, Ga., where they have
been attending school. Miss Pyles
who graduated yesterday in voice, is
receiving the congratulations of
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp re returned
turned returned this morning from a brief visit
to Gainesville.
Maj. E. S. Walker of Gainesville,
for a number of years connected with
the University of Florida, and Mrs.
Walker have a number of friends in
Ocala who will learn with interest of
the gfaduation of their daughter,
Miss Margaret Stringfellow Walker,
from the Gardner School, Fifth ave avenue.
nue. avenue. New York." Before returning to
Florida, Miss Walker will visit in
Canada.

Splendid fdur-y ear-old mare, good
buggy, wagon and harness for sale at
a sacrifice. Hare no need for them.
J. II. Urinson, Ocala. 6-1-eod 4t
Beginning tomorrow Marsh's Meat
Market will be closed on Thursday
afternoons. It
. V. K. Lane, 31. !. Vhyslclan and
Surgeon, specialist Kye, Kar, Xoe
nd Throat. Xjaw Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.
SEE 1HK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf Aes. milk and eggs, tf
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker, phone 300 f

wnoopiNG couGn

"When my daughter-had whocping
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 wa3 entire entirely
ly entirely well," writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes
Crooksville, Ohio. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED. LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-.
. SIM-. ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

FOR SALE Pure bred White Leg Leghorn
horn Leghorn hens, 10. for $G, 50 for $25,
this "week only; also 3 Homer Pig Pigeons
eons Pigeons $5. C. A. Bangert, Summerfield,
Fla., 12 miles south of Ocala on Or Orange
ange Orange avenue road. G-2-2.1
STRAYEL OR STOLEN From my
residence on Oklawaha avemie, one
small black dog, Saturday afternoon.
May 29, 1915. Has white on legs and
under neck. Answers to name of
"Bob." Has on collar with name in inside.
side. inside. Reward for return. Mrs. C. R.
Tydings. 2-3t
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
LOST Fraternity pin, Kappa Alpha
Theta; Berjha 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. 29-Gt
LOST A gold crescent pin, between
Carter's Bakery and 310 North
Main street. Return same to Star
office. 27-Gt
FOR RENT-Fumished rooms; with
modern conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three blocks from court-
house. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf
FOR RENT Weil located and nlcel
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-1 mo.
FOR SALE 25,000 sweet potato
slips at $1.50 per thousand. C. Y.
Miller, Ocala, Florida, 124 Tenth
street. 5-10-tf
FOR RENT On June 1, upstairs,
consisting of three rooms and bath.

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Markets for Fall and Winter Goods, We Put
on this Special Sale Until July 28th.

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Don't fail to see them.

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All Our Ladies' Hats
At Cost.

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AT THIS SALE
FOR EVERYBODY

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All Styles

Linen Collars
For Men and Boys
5c Each'

Our prices have been CUT TO THE BONE
in Every Department We must have room
for our Fall and Holiday Goods.

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Furnished for light houkeping.
City and cistern water. Mrs. P. H.
Gillen, 1 S. 5th St. 20-if
FOR RENT Iarge well located resi residence
dence residence property on Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, now occupied by P. V. Leaven Leaven-pood,
pood, Leaven-pood, two blocks from A. C. L. rail-
road. All modern convenience.
Address Mrs. O. T. Green, Ocala,
Fla or call phone 3S3. tf
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-U
FOR RENT No. 313 N Orange St
four rooms, $8 per month; also No.
-. 323, N; Orange St, four rooms,
electric lights, 510 per month; both
newly papered and" painted. W. C.
Blanchard, Agenc 18-12t

LOST White bull pup with brown
spot over left eye; about Fevcn
months old. Return to "Knight" at
A. C. L. passenger depot and get
reward. 26-Gt
FOR SALE Horse, surrey and bu bu-gy.
gy. bu-gy. A real family horse, gentle r.-i
they make them, for sale on en y
terms. Apply at Star office. -J-Ct
FOR SALE A rubber tired surry
perfect condition, good S3 r cv". r.
M. Howard, Ocala, Fla. 14-!:":