The Ocala evening star

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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.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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11
LOCAL NEWS
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PRESS TIME
ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE
VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLOKIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1915
NO. 132
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
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REUAPTURE THE MUCH DISPUTED CITY OF

AUSTRIAHS INSIST THAT THE
London, June 3. Pzremysl has
been reclaimed by the Austrians. Of Official
ficial Official announcement is made in Vien Vienna
na Vienna today that the great Galician fort fortress,
ress, fortress, won by the Russians ten weeks
ago, after, a long struggle has been
recaptured. With PrzemysL in their
hands, the Austrians and Germans
have concluded the first phase of the
new Galician campaign, begun in ther
drive from Cracow.
Przemysl's fall has not been con-1
ceded at Petrograd, so far as cable
advices show, but the latest official
statements admit that some outlying
forts have been captured.
ITALIANS NOT CUTTING MUCH
" ICE
, Rome reports of steady progress in
the Italian invasion of Austria is dis disputed
puted disputed at Vienna. The Austrian war
office announces that Italian offen offensive
sive offensive operations have been unsuccess unsuccessful
ful unsuccessful and that no material damage has
been done by the Italian artillery.
AMOUNT OF LOOT NOT ASCER ASCERTAINED
TAINED ASCERTAINED Berlin, June 3. The German war
office announcement today confirms
the reclaiming of Erzemysl by the
Austro-Germans, and says "the
amount of booty has not yet been
ascertained."
COST OF COIIFUCT
FRENCH PARLIAMENT CALLED
ON FOR AN IMMENSE
WAR FUND
(Associated Press)
Psris, June 3. Finance Minister
Bibot today introduced a bill in the
chamber of deputies for the provis provisional
ional provisional appropriation of one billion, one
hundred and twenty million dollars
for the third quarter of the present
year.
ELECTRA
Electra, June 1. Mr. R. O. Halford
was a business caller in town Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sellers and
"little Cecil Sellers spent Sunday with
their mother, Mrs. J. P. Halford.
Mrs. R. A. Halford and little How Howard
ard Howard Sellers spent last Thursday with
Mrs. Mattie Barber.
Messrs. Wilson and Charlie Cald Caldwell
well Caldwell and Sam Fort and Misses Myrtle
Mock and Marzella Mock were callers
Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
R. A. Halford.
Mr. L. D. Marsh, and Mr. George
Aired made a business trip to the
Brick City Saturday.
Mrs. G. A. Sellers, Mrs. L. D.
Marsh, Mrs. H. M. Sellers and Misses
Annie Marsh, Mae Halford and Fran Francis
cis Francis Marsh and Cecil Sellers went to
Mud Prairie brier berry picking re recently.
cently. recently. All returned home with their
pails full of delicious berries.
- Mr. J. H. Halford and mother, Mrs.
R. A. Halford, and little Howard Sel Sellers
lers Sellers spent Friday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs. George AlredJ
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brant and fam family,
ily, family, Mrs. Rosa Fort and daughter,
Miss Martha, and son, Mr. Dan Fort,
spent a week outing at Salts Springs
and all report having a very pleasant
time.
, Misses Annie and Francis Marsh
spent Sunday at Moss Bluff.
Mrs. A. M. Morrison and sister,
Miss Julia Harrell, of Oklawaha, were
callers in our little village Saturday.
Tell your physician, and tell him
plainly, to leave your prescriptions
where they'll bS filled as writter no
substitution here. The Court Phar Pharmacy
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RUSSIANS
ITALIANS ON THEIR F
MUCH ICE
(Associated Press)
ROUMANIAN HELP
ITALIAN KING ANXIOUS TO BE
SPECIAL PACIFYING
AGENT
(Associated Press)
Paris, June 3. King Victor Eman Emanuel
uel Emanuel of Italy .has offered his services
as special intermediary in adjustment
of the territorial differences between
Russia and Roumania.
A GREAT" DAY AT LAKE WEIR
On Sunday last the Marion associa association
tion association of Baptists held a fifth Sunday
meeting in the beautiful new stone
church house at Lake Weir which has
recently been completed. Rev. Bun Bun-yan
yan Bun-yan Stephens of Ocala, preached at
1-1 o'clock an .inspiring sermon on
"The Glory of God," and the choir of
the church furnished spirited- music.
Mrs. Van Hood led the woman's
hour and presented the work of the
Woman's "Missionary Union. Mrs. J.
T. Christian of Mcintosh read a fine
paper on "The Value of Organiza Organization,
tion, Organization, and Mrs. Bunyan Stephens of
Ocala spoke most interestingly on
"Mission Study Classes."
A "young woman's auxiliary was or organized
ganized organized .with Mrs. J. B. Martin of
Oklawaha, superintendent, and Miss
Miriam Connor .president. The bright
young girls of this circle will study
during the summer the Indians and
the mountain folk.
At the noon intermission a bounti bountiful
ful bountiful and delicious lunch was spread
on tables places under the spreading
boughs of oak trees near the lake.
The hostesses were the neighborhood
ladies, irrespective of denominational
lines and their cordial hospitality
was appreciated and enjoyed, by the
large number of visitors, who were in
attendance from Inverness, Ocala,
Mcintosh, Belleview and Oklawaha
Bridge. There were a dozen or more
automobiles lined up alongside the
church, beside other vehicles. In ad addition
dition addition to the delicacies provided by
the ladies there were fine fresh lake
trout caught and fried to a queen's
taste by Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Spurlin
and refreshing grapefruit ade fur furnished
nished furnished by Mr. C. E. Connor. Mr.
Noble Harison generously supplied
all the. ice and every one lent a hand
toward the success of the occasion.
In the afternoon a conference on
methods pi work among the women
was held in the school house while
State Attorney G. W. Scofield made
a splendid address on "The Laymen's
Movement" to a large audience of
men in the church. Following this,
Mr. Boyer, superintendent of the B.
Y. P. U. work of the association,
spoke -upon the "Importance of Train Training
ing Training the Young People for Service."
Miss Marguerite Porter of Ocala,
sang a very lovely solo at the morn morning
ing morning service.
The building of this beautiful little
church house is proof positive that
nothing is impossible to those who
have a mind to work. Dr. Henry,
with his characteristic great heart,
donated the lot, and Capt. Henry, his
venerable father followed with a gen generous
erous generous subscription and personally
directed much of the building. Then
with united effort, urged on by the
untiring energy and enthusiasm of
such women as Mrs. Kate Clements,
Mrs. J. B. Martin, Mrs. Thompson,
the Marshalls, Blairs and others the
work was completed and the attrac attractive,
tive, attractive, artistic chapel stands as a mon monument
ument monument of Christian unity and is a
testimonial to the broad, altruistic
spirit of the citizens of Lake Weir.

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COMMON PEOPLE THINK THE
GOVERNMENT HAS BEEN
TOO EASY WITH CHINA
(Associated Tress)
Tokio, June 3. At an anti-government
mass meeting in Tokio last eve evening
ning evening there were serious disturbances.
The situation outside the building
where the meeting was held, was most
serious. Many arrests were made
and manifestos issued by the organ-
iz.ers of the meeting were seized.
Police reinforcements were sent ev everywhere
erywhere everywhere throughout th city
A resolution introduced into the
house of representatives by the op opposition,
position, opposition, expressing a lack of confi confi-'dence
'dence confi-'dence in the government was defeated
todafy- The government is being as
sailed for not obtaining more
cessions from China.
con-
SPECIAL SESSION OF
OF CONGRESS IS PREDICTED BY
SENATOR CUMMINS
OF IOWA
(Associated Press)
Seattle, June 3. United States
Senator Cummins of Iowa today pre predicted
dicted predicted a special session of Congress
by September. He praised the pres president's
ident's president's European policy, but declared
he didn't think the president was
willing alone to assume the responsi responsibilities
bilities responsibilities and problems of the difficult
(foreign relations of the United
states, tie said he would be glad to
share with Congress the questions
now before the country. T
BOB ASHLEY TRIED TO
RESCUE HIS BROTHER
Pistol Battle that Cost Lives of Three
Men Wednesday in the City
of Miami
Miami, June 3. Three men are
dead as a result of an attempt yes yesterday
terday yesterday to gain entrance to the county
jail to release John Ashley, convicted
of the murder of a Seminole Indian
and sentenced to die June 18.
The dead are Wilbur W. Hendrick Hendrick-son,
son, Hendrick-son, jailor; J7R. Riblett, a police of officer;
ficer; officer; Bob Ashley, a brother of the
condemned man.
Hendrickson, Riblett and Ashley
were rushed to the city hospital, Hen Hendrickson
drickson Hendrickson dying just as the building
was reached. Riblett died later at the
hospital and Ashley died in jail.
Sheriff Hardee caused the arrest of
others suspected of being implicated
in an attempt to free John Ashley.
CITRA
Citra, May 31. Miss Nina Thorn Thornton,
ton, Thornton, of Clearwater, visited Mrs. Mal Mal-phurs
phurs Mal-phurs last week.
Mrs. Colbert attended the district
meeting of the W. C. T. U. at Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick last week.
Mr. Landolt has moved to Inver Inverness
ness Inverness where he will go in business.
Mrs. Hagens and Mrs. Fishback have
bought Mr. Landolt's place here.
Mr. C. W. White, who had been
spending a few days in Citra, has re returned
turned returned to New York.
Miss Pauline Lambert is isiting in
Lakeland.
Miss Florence Cork has returned to
her home at Orange Lake.
Try one of thosr frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

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(Special
Tallahassee June 3. House bill
No. 221, by Crosby' of Marion, ex exempting
empting exempting the farmers from the $3
road tax, has passed the Senate by a
big vote.
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SOUTH OBSERVES ANNIVER ANNIVERSARY
SARY ANNIVERSARY OF HER 'DEPARTED
CHIEF
. (Associated Press)
Atlanta, June 3. Observance of
the one hundred and eighth anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the birth of Jefferson Davis,
president of the Confederate States
of America, is general today through throughout
out throughout the South. It is the occasion of a
legal holiday in Florida, Georgia, Al Alabama,
abama, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, Arkansas
and South Carolina.
BRIEFS FROM THE
OKLAWAHA BASIN
. Turn-About Vessels
. Conner, June 2. The Isabel, Nu Nugent,
gent, Nugent, will be placed in commission
shortly And the Josephine, Randall,
to be christened and launched. Be Before
fore Before the. harvest moon there will be a
new Ervin D.
The G.'A.1 Carmichael" hailed this
station Saturday afternoon, and then
cleared for Jacksonville. She will
haul over the crooked waters of the
Oklawaha this week about five car car-toads
toads car-toads of freight stuff.
The Clyde St. Johns river steamer
Osceola passes the mouth on her
down stream trips Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday and up stream on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday. She
hails Welaka and Palatka and inter intermediate
mediate intermediate stations.
The steamer Crescent operates be between
tween between Crescent City and Jacksonville.
She is the daylight vessel to Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville.
The Harry Lee, Captain Herbert
Hiscock, is the mail boat for the
lower reaches of the Oklawaha and
that portion of the St. Johns from
George Town to Palatka. The Harry
Lee passes the mouth twice daily ex except
cept except Sunday.
The Louie Warren, the Susie Lois,
the Sea Bass, the Violet to home sta stations.
tions. stations.
River Officers
J. W. Randall, the junior captain of
the Oklawaha, leaves for Jacksonville
this week. He goes there to look, over
the marine engine market. He is aft after
er after an engine for the Josephine.
Forest Wright detached the Sharp Sharpshooter
shooter Sharpshooter to the William Howard.
Ivy Long assigned to the Sharp Sharpshooter
shooter Sharpshooter and Mr. Gallant detached
home station to duty on board the G.
A. Carmichael.
Lonnie Randall will be commission commissioned
ed commissioned as captain, junior grade, in a few
days. He will be assigned the Cler Clermont,
mont, Clermont, which vessel he owns.
All Balled Up
The three freight vessels were all
balled up last week with engine trou trouble.
ble. trouble. The Sharpshooter blew out a
cylinder head at Palatka and she lost
three or four days. The GA. Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael shipped aboard "a new engine
while in Jacksonville, a six-cylinder
Buffalo, and lost three days or more.
The Francis and Annie, Captain L. D.
Marsh, had a little trouble with en engine
gine engine on the down stream to Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. The Clermont's Maiden Trip
The pleasure launch Clermont,
Lonnie Randall, left Conner Sunday
for the Blue-Roads. This was the
Clermont's first trip to Silver Springs,
therefore her "maiden trip." The
club of river boys, who composed the
"list," declared to me that just be because
cause because there were no maidens aboard
no "maiden trip" was it.
Rain Makes the Froggies Burst
By the shades of the gathering
gloom, how it rains!" The river basin
is overflowing and little froggies are
bursting, and the webbed ghosts bog
around after the gathering gloom
settles, all over the wierd fastnesses
and open prairies, the lanterns of the
lightning bugs piloting. A. A. G.

DAVIS

IRTHDAY

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WIlSOH'S ACTIO!
AMONG DIPLOMATS IN GEN
ERAL, BUT IT IS NOT KNOWN
HOW MEXICANS WILL
TAKE IT
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 3. How Presi President
dent President Wilson's demand on the leaders
of various military factions of Mex
ico for the prompt restoration of
peace in that country is being receiv received
ed received by them 4s awaited with much in interest.
terest. interest. In official and diplomatic
quarters, general approval is 'voiced
of the president's action.
A statement issued, by the Carranza
agency here today says it is believed
that President Wilson's note is "due
to lack of, relations" between the
United States and the constitutional constitutionalist
ist constitutionalist government of Mexico. It added
that Carranza would soon restore
normal conditions.
THE STAR DID IT
Pictures of the members of the
Ocala high school graduating class
appeared not only in the two Ocala
papers, with their considerable city
and county circulation, but in. the
Florida Times-Union and Metropolis,
which go all over this and other
states. This efficient illustrating is
due to the enterprise of the Star,
which had the pictures taken and fur furnished
nished furnished them to the other papers.
BASEBALL THIS AFTERNOON
It had been feared that Thursday
in Ocala would pass without a ball
game, as no team in the neighborhood
seemed inclined to cross bats with
Ocala. This morning, however. Man Manager
ager Manager Hunter received a phone mes message
sage message that the old, reliable Citra bunch
was coming .over, and at once made
ready his braves. The game com commenced
menced commenced at 3:30.
FOURTn-CLASS
POSTMASTERS, EXAMINATION
Saturday, June 12, 1915
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces that on the
date named above an examination will
be held at Ocala, Fla., as a result of
which it is expected to make certifi certification
cation certification to fill a contemplated vacancy
in the position of fourth-class post postmaster
master postmaster at Martin. m
LAKE WEIR
Lake Weir, June 2. Mr. Henry
Morrison is erecting a very neat six six-room
room six-room house for his family to occupy
as soon as it is- completed and will
rent--the cottage adjoining that he
now occupies.
Mrs. J. T Lewis is spending a few
Jays with friends, in Jacksonville.
Mr. J. W. Westover is now looking
for a man of color who' left his bunch
of keys in his store door Sunday
night and perhaps also carried off
considerable lead, as Mr. Westover is
a good shot and feels sure he hit him
in his wild flight through the pal palmetto
metto palmetto bushesT
Little Miss Elizabeth Hocker of
Ocala is spending this week with
Catharine Henry.
Miss Eloise Henry will leave next
week to spend a month with Miss
Geraldine ,Ball at her summer home
at PasVa-Grille and will then visit
friends in Tampa for a week or ten
days before returning home.
There are five tents on the Tumley
lot. Looks like an encampment. The
Chambers family has three. Charlie
ana traniora stanaiey one, LAurange
Sistrunk and Harold Meade one. All
seem to be having a fine time and
rather enjoy the heavy rains.
Call and examine our 50 cents a
pound box of chocolates. The box is
plain but the chocolates are high high-grade.
grade. high-grade. Trailer's. 4-tf

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IT IS BELIEVED HOWEVER THAT THE WAY HAS BEEN -CLEARED
TO I BETTER UliOERSTALliC

(Associated Press)

Washington, D. C, June 3. Presi
dent Wilson today continued the
preparation of the United States' re response
sponse response to Germany's reply to the last
American note concerning the sink
ing of the Lusitania. The communi
cation will go forward before the end
of the week.
Much interest is still manifested
today in yesterday's conference be
tween the president and Count Von
Bcrnstorff, German ambassador. It
can be" stated on high authority there
will be no alteration in the adminis
tration's plan to ascertain whether
Germany will abide by international
law or follow her own rules in mari
time warfare.
At the German embassy theconfer-
ence i3 said to have been satisfactory.
Ambassador Bemstorff thought the
way is prepared for a better under understanding
standing understanding between Germany -and the
United- States.
NOTICE TO ALL
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
- All graduatesoftKe OcalaT-'hfgh
school are requested to meetat the
Marion county courthouse at 'eight 'eight-thirty
thirty 'eight-thirty o'clock Friday evening for the
purpose of organizing an alumni
society;
THERE IS NOTHING
v Dry ABOUT THIS
This morning about three minutes
after nine o'clock the Star force was
presented with a case, of the most
noted drink. Mo-Cola, which proved to
be a very welcome visitor.
This drink is not only refreshing,
but it is invigorating arid gives one a
lasting remembrance that he should
always call for (More Cola)" these hot
days. .
Manythanks to the Marion Bot Bottling
tling Bottling & Ice Cream Company, and es especially
pecially especially to Manager O'Farrell, who al always
ways always thinks of the hard working
printer.' "
ANOTHER OCALA BOY
HAS MADE GOOD
Editor Star: You can say that an another
other another of Ocala's high school boys has
made good. At the 108th commence commencement
ment commencement of the University of Tennessee,
Gary 'Beck made his national frater fraternity,
nity, fraternity, the Phi Kappa Phi. This was
made upon scholarship and deport deportment,
ment, deportment, for the entire course of four
years. Respectfully,
L. D. Beck.
WILDWOOD'S NEW ICE PLANT.
Contractor J.'D. McCaskill has re returned
turned returned from Wildwood, where he has
been for some time engaged in build building
ing building the home of the Wildwood Ice
Company, a modern, 15-ton capacity
ice manufacturing plant for Messrs.
McRainey & Bridges. The plant was
started up yesterday and the tanks
filled with brine; the first lot of ice
will come off today or tomorrow. Mr.
McCaskill says there are larger
plants in the country but none better
or more modern. 1
CANDLER
Candler, June 1 Mrs. W. Wr. Jones
represented her home W. C. T. U. at
the Kendrick' convention last week.
At the meeting' of the local union
Friday she gave a very interesting re report
port report of the convention.
Mr. Nord Caldwell has .returned
from Palmetto after several week's
absence.
Rev. and Mrs. E. G. McKinley are
in St. Petersburg.
Mrs. Arthur Williams and little son
and daughter, of Gainesville, are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. MeClain.
VEGETABLES. BULK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe, tf

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YESTERDAY'S COIIFER-
BEIIIIETT II. .T0DI1B
AIID OlOflGli!
Chosen by Veterans for Commander
, and Next Reunion City
(Associated Press)
Richmond, June 3- Having re
elected General Bennett IL Young
commander-in-chief and selected Bir Birmingham,
mingham, Birmingham, Ala for the next reunion
last night, the Confederate Veterans
today prepared for the big annual
parade which is the climax of the re reunion.
union. reunion. There wif te more than 5,000
veterans in line The Virginia "mil "militia,
itia, "militia, many civic bodies and the Con
necticut Governor's Foot Guards also
wilL march.
The cornerstone of the Stonewall
Jackson monument will be "laid this
afternoon.
A spectacular fireworks display to
night will lend the reunion.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
The week has been taken up in the
circuit court with hearing a number
of criminal v cases on the docket and
passing sentence on those who bad
been m convicted the latter part of last
week.
On Tuesday E. S. Rohn, white, was
sentenced to four years in the state
penitentiary for forgery. ..
E. W. Woodward, colored, who hd
been indicted for assault with in
tent to rob, was. found, not guilty.
Fred Middleton, charged .with mur
der, was found guilty of manslaught-'
er, and sentenced to seven years in
the state penitentiary.
Steve Morris, -found guilty of
breaking and entering, was sentenced
to two years in the state penitentiary.
On Wednesday Henry English was
sentenced to five years in the state
prison for entering without breaking.
English, robbed the store of 'Mr. A.
W; Young at Oklawaha some months
ago.
Archie Olliver, indicted for grand
larceny, was found guilty of petty
larceny and sentenced to six months
in the county jaiL
Frank Jackson, indicted for murder
in the second degree, was allowed to
plead guilty of murder in the second
degree, and sentenced to prison for
life.
A. C Bray, alias Plumer Roach,
white, was sentenced to. three years
for forgery. He admitted that his
real name is Crow. While being tak taken
en taken to the state camps he jumped from -the
train and broke a leg while try trying
ing trying to get away from the warden, but
was soon recaptured.
Andrew Bryant was found guilty of
the larceny of a cow- and got two
years in the state prison camp.
Louis Scott alias Sam Smith .was
sentenced to two years for forgery.
A. D. Berry, alias D. B. Berry, alias
IX B. Williams, white, was sentenced
lo two years for forgery.
Sam Alford and Jim Davis, charg charg-d
d charg-d with breaking and entering the
f Jale & .Knott store at Belleview,
yen found guilty and sentenced to
five years each Th the state peniten penitentiary.
tiary. penitentiary. This winds up the criminal docket
for the term, a number "of cases hav having
ing having been continued for cause.
The cSurt will now take up the un unfinished
finished unfinished portion of the civil docket
and it is thought adjournment will
be taken in about a week.
On Saturday and Monday, 1G
wunds of sugar for $1, with one dol dol-ara
ara dol-ara worth of other groceries, for
ash Smith Grocery Co. Phone 431. tf

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OCALA EVENING STAR THURSDAY, JUNE 3, ISIS.

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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL PROPRIETORS
B. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocr. Fla., poatofflce aa second class matter.

PHONE
(Domestic)
One year, in advance. .
lx months, in advance...
Three months, in advance.
On month, in advance...
2.50
1.25
.50
nOW OCALA WILL LOOK
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS HENCE
(Continued from Yesterday)
"My venerable friend, what is the
state of your finances?"
His correct and respectful phrase phraseology
ology phraseology was not the least of the sur surprises
prises surprises of the night. A quarter of a
century sooner, he would have said,
"Old man, are you broke?" or some
such remark. I was soon to find that
nearly everybody spoke respectfully
and correctly that slang seemed to
have passed.
I pulled out my wsalth, a quarter
and two nickles, and showed them to
him in silence. When he reached out
and took the nickels, I supposed he
was going to annex them for tne
ride, but instead he held them to the
light and inspected them with close
attention. I was about to spring
the old gag, "They are perfectly
good; I made them myself," when he
inquired:
."Aged sir, do you know how much
these coins are worth?"
renty-five years ago," I replied,
"they would have bought two beers."
He smiled. "You can't obtain beer
for love nor money, now; it is no long longer
er longer made. But these 5-cent pieces are
very rare, and unless I am mistaken
they will bring you in a considerable
sum of present-day money."
"Lead me to the banker," said I,
' He again put the car in motion,
crossed the square and stopped be before
fore before the Ocala House. At least "Ocala
House" gleamed in a line of incan incan-descents
descents incan-descents across the front. The build building,
ing, building, however, went up in the air
higher than I could see.
My friend lighted, assisted me from
the car, into the arched entrance,
which sloped gently in from the side sidewalk.
walk. sidewalk. The vast office was half a block
long, and reached back another half a
block. In the center a fountain play played
ed played amid a border of flowers. My
guide assisted me to a seat, and im immediately
mediately immediately a black and grinning bell bellboy
boy bellboy was at my elbow, asking what he
could do for me. I asked for a glass
of water, and in half a dozen seconds
it was handed me on a tray. As I
drank I noticed the fluid was cool but
not iced, indeniably soft and entire entirely
ly entirely lacking in that faint lime taste
Ocalans are accustomed to.
Meantime my guide had gone to
the desk, a marble counter, at least
twenty yards long, and showed the
clerk the two nickels. That function
ary was at once vastly "interested.
After looking atthe coins, he turned
to a case behind the counter and took
out one of the fifty or more reference
books in it. He and my guide consult consulted
ed consulted the book, then brought it to 'me and
laid it on my knee. It was a young
encyclopedia, half as big as a family
Bible, and printed in brevier type. At
the top of the page T observed with
much interest the line "Ocala (Fla.)
Evening Star Almanac, 1940," and
the chapter head was "Value of Rare
Coins." My friend placed his finger
at a certain point, where I read with
the greatest surprise: "Nickles 1892
to 1915, $250 each. Previous to that
time,- $500 each."
"How came these coins to be worth
so much ? I inquired.
The two men exchanged glances.
"In the great war," said the; chauf chauffeur,
feur, chauffeur, "there was imperative need for
nickel steel. Every bit of nickel that
could be found was worked into armor
and ammunition. Toward the last,
the government even called in all
these coins, replacing them with "sil "silver.
ver. "silver. So they are very scarce. Only
five have been "found since the war,
and these two make seven."
"Then these two are worth five
hundred dollars?"
"Just so," said the clerk. "I am not.
a coin collector, but if you will turn
these over to me I will be responsi responsible
ble responsible and obtain for you the money to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Meantime, anything in the
house is at your disposal."
"Isn't this a very expensive
house?" I asked.
"Our prices are standard," said the
clerk. "A dollar a day, room, bath
and three meals. Some fancy houses
charge more, but we cater entirely to
the regular traveling public."
"How about tips?" I asked, with an
eye on the negro attendant.
"Tips what are they."
"Gratuities to the servants," I
said; with difficulty using correct
English, which was plumb out of date
when I went to sleep.
"Such things are unknown," said
the clerk. "The tipping system went
out of use when I was a small boy,
and I had forgotten that it existed."
"Is the high cost of living also out
of fashion?" I asked, thinking of that
dollar a day palace hotel.
He smiled. "I remember seeing the
.term in old books. We think prices
are high enough now. Articles, how however,
ever, however, cost on the average about one-

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SUBSCRIPTION RATES
(Foreign)
....15.00 One year- in advance $8.00

Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
third as much as they did before the
great war."
"When did the war end?" I asked
Again he looked surprised. I half halfway
way halfway expected him to ask, "Wherein
hell you been all this time?" but in
stead he said, "In 1917; twenty-three
years ago this autumn."
I was curious, of course, but it did
not seem to be a time to ask more
questions. Feeling an aching void and
taking stock of my shabby clothes,
which were not a little stained with
clav. I said: "Can I obtain a bath
r
haircut, shave, some fresh clothes
and a meal?"
"Everything In the house belongs
to you," said theclerk. "Go up to
the barbershop, and-1 will have a man
from the nearest allnight store meas measure
ure measure you for clothes."
He turned me over to an uniformed
attendant ,and after thanking the
chauffeur for his kindness I followed
the man to the elevator. A car as
big as an ordinary room, with com
fortable seats on three sides shot
noiselessly, up, up, up. I watched the
big figures that indicated the number
of the floors, and at 25 the car stop
ped. We stepped out into a corridor,
and the attendant led me into a large
barber shoD with at' least forty chairs,
Only three or four barbers were pre s-

ent, however, at that hour. I tookjner of Main and Oklawahav was -the

one of the chairs, and told the barber
to give me a clean shave and haircut.
He was at work at once, but before
he had begun to clip a man stepped
up and ran a tape measure over me,
without asking me to movel The bar barber
ber barber said I had the finest assortment of
hair and whiskers fie had ever seen,
and seemed to feel regret as the mas massive
sive massive locks fell to the floor. I felt five
pounds lighter when I got out of the
chair, however. The attendant then
took me in charge, and led me to' a
room with a bath, which latter, after
twenty-five' years under as many tons
of rock and dirt, was very welcome.
By the time I came out of the bath", I
I found a complete outfit of wellfitting
clothes awaiting me.
I looked with interest at my old
clothes. I had bought that suit from
Joe Malever in 1915, and no suit of
clothes had ever lasted me as long.
I took from the pockets my little
belongings. I bought my watch from
Burnett in 1913; it was as good as
ever, and when wound and set went
right to work.
There was a pocketbook and two
little kodak pictures very valuable a
quarter of a century ago; a billion
dollars wouldn't buy them now. A
pocketknife, a matchcase, an utterly
useless bunch of keys and some tooth toothpicks
picks toothpicks completed the outfit.
He didn't understand rriV w6rds, but
he knew what I wanted, and led me to
a small and elegant private clining
room, where I was served with a
firstrate njeal.
Thus fortified, I decided to look at
the town. Going to the window, I look looked
ed looked out on the square. A foreign city
could not have seemed more strange.
as azoresaia, tne courtnouse was
j BOX CANDES j
Per Pound
We have the best 50c pound
box Chocolates ever, pffered
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. SOME OF THE THINGS WE HAKE
Jaion Metal Shtnsles.
Jaxon Metal CelMnsr.
Emva Trough and Gutters.
Con dart or Pip Fitting.
Corrugated Sheets. (
e Corrugated Awnlngm.-
Sheet Metal Roofing.
Metal "Brick- Siding.
Metal -Stone Siding.
Acme Nestable Culverta.
Imperial Riveted Culvert.
Turpentine Stills and Caps.
Sheet Metal Cornices.
Sheet Metal Skylights.
Dredffe ripe and Fittings.
Coppersmith.
General Sheet Metal Workers.
Ask
yoor dealer or write
m for cata
logue.
Tts FLORIDA METAL PRODUCTS CO.
q 8650 Evergrreen Art,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
Supply Company

gone; artd from the great height at
which I stood, looking down in the
square was almost like looking down
in a well. The hotel was forty stories
high, and the twenty-fifth floor on
which I was equaled the tops of the
lowest buildings in my view. They
were all public buildings of some kind.
From where I was I could see up and
down Main street, and a good ways
down Exposition. These streets look looked
ed looked almost like canons thru high
mountains.
I observed with interest that there

were no sharp corners in sight. The
squares were squares no longer, but
the buildings were rounded so that
all the streets swept into each other
in curves,- making it almost impossi
ble, for autoists to approach without
seeing each other. This made me re remember
member remember that I had remarked some
twenty-seven years previously that if
the auto had been invented at the
same time the horse was, there would
be no sharp corners in the cities.
As I could see by the illuminated
signs, there had been little change in
the business locations, though there
was an immense change in the build buildings.
ings. buildings. The lowest were the three
banks, neht on the three comers.
ahout twentv-five stories each. The
Holder block office building was al
most as high as the hotel, and all the
others about thirty floors each. Front Fronting
ing Fronting me on the west side was' "Fra
ternal Hall," filling the space from
the Ocala Bargain House to Masters'.
All the floors were lettered, the Mas Masons
ons Masons at the top, then the Odd Fellows,
then the K. of P., a floor for each
order I remembered and half a dozen
new ones. I chipped in a couple of
plunks to start that shack the day
before I began dozing, but I guessed
I was in bad standing by that time.
One of the banks was lettered
"Regional Bank," but I won't say
which one, for fear two-thirds of the
bankers in town will mob me.
Filling the entire north side of the
square, from the Ocala National to
Main street, was a huge edifice,
which by the dome with the statue of
Minerva on top should be the court-
house. Cranine mv neck a little I
made out that the edifice, at the cor
"Temple Theater.
It then occurred to me that I had
better go on the roof of the building,
if I wished to see really well, and I
asked the attendant (he was too dig dignified
nified dignified and well dressed to call him a
servant) if I might do so. 'Surely,
sir," he said, and led me to the eleva elevator.
tor. elevator. Up we went another -fifteen
floors. Stepping out I found myself
in the most beautiful roof garden I
had ever seen. It was at least 800
feet from the ground, and in the cen
ter of it arose for another hundred
feet a tower, on each" side of which
was an electric sign, "Ocala House,"
which I was told could be seen from
the St. Johns river to the Gulf of
Mexico.
I asked the attendant if I could go
ud in this tower, but re heplied: "If
M.
you want to see the town, sir, best
take a flight. I will summon an aero
plane if you desire it."
"How much will it set me back."
, "Beg pardon, sir; I do not compre
hend."
"I mean what will be the cost."
"Nothing extra, sir: the hotel al
ways keeps eight in use for guests.'
(To be continued in our next)
P. S. The writer may be too tired
to dope out any more of this stuff
after he finishes his other work to tonight;
night; tonight; in which case the readers may
be spared a dose of it Friday.
IMMENSELY LONG TRAIN
' PASSED THROUGH OCALA
A train with two engines and one
hundred and thirty refrigerators and
ventilators passed through Ocala on
Saturday night over the Seaboard Air
Line. We understand these cars were
Eroiner to the Manatee and Sarasota
sections for vegetables, which goes to
show what Florida is doing toward
sending her share of vegetables to the
northern markets. The estimated
lenght of the train was one mile, sev seven
en seven hundreff and twenty feet. The
flagman in leaving Anthony had to
walk" the cars to the engine and when
he reached Ocala he was eighteen
cars away from it. It is thought to
be the longest train ever pulled over
any road in Florida.
The conductor saw his flagman be before
fore before pulling out of Jacksonville, or
when the train was made up, and the
next place he saw him was in Ocala.
Call and see the weekly war pic pictures
tures pictures from the London Graphic on
view at Williams Candy and Cigar
Store, hole in the wall, on Magnolia
street. Home made cream candies,
20c and 35c boxes. Pure and de delicious.
licious. delicious. 26-lm
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
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
Best Thing for a Bilious Attack
"On account of my confinement in
the printing ofnee I have for years
been a chronic sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago f had an attack that was so se severe
vere severe that I was not able to go to the
case for two days. Failing to get any
relief from 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 ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. Adv.

Runaway June

(Continued from Yesterday)
Loud.-r hi: J louder jirew the whir. It
was Just uiH.u htr. Witu tr beart
beating so that ber ears were full of
the sound of it. June ieered out through
her leafy screen. Orln Cunningham!
He circled the island in bis swift little
cutter. bU keen eyes searching every everywhere
where everywhere He passed within ten feet of
her. She held her breath lest he might
I hMr ft. ami unw nt hla eves turned
full in her direction and she "thought be
had certainly detected ber biding place
she almost screamed.
He passed on. however, and, running
bis light little boat ashore, stepped out
and went up to the hut. the only pos possible
sible possible nlace of concealment on the Is
land. June bad a swift debate with
herself. Should she leave her conceal concealment
ment concealment and. running her motor at Its
quietest speed, slip away down that
other channel while Cunningham was
In the hut? That debate was settled In
an instant, for op the other channel
slipped the swift little speed boat car carrying
rying carrying Edwards and Gilbert BIyel
B lye's dark, handsome face was with without
out without Its usual suave smile, and It wore
a look of concern as. making a quick
landing, he fciirried up to the hut, fol followed
lowed followed by the f.lodding Edwards.
It seemed ages before they came
away, and they bad apparently made a
thorough search, for they even stooped
down as they came outside to peer un under
der under the stilted foundation amid the
rubbish which had accumulated there.
When they had gone away June re remained
mained remained for a long time in her hiding
place, but finally she stepped from her
boat and crept from her concealment.
Thirst. Inspired by the fever of her ex excitement,
citement, excitement, bad driven her forth In
search of drinkable water.
There was a cask of water In the hut.
brackish and stale, but it "was water.
and she drank of it from a rusty old
tin cup which hung to it. She had Just
set down the cup when her quick ears
detected a low. steady bum. She step
ped to the door, ready to make a dash
for her boat, but as she set her foot
upon the threshold she saw the dark
gray prow of a skiff protruding Its
point around the bend of the lower
channel! She darted back out of sight
and. looking through a crack In the
board wall." saw In the sklfT three
rough looking men and a rough looking
woman. The fcfciff rode low in the wa
ter. and from nndr Its tarpaulin flaunt
ed a fringe of celery leaves.
June lauffhed In relief. It was good
to see human beings who were not in
pursuit of her. who would befriend and
protect her. and she had almost hid
down to meet them when suddenly
loud, anjrry voices came from the frail
little craft. There was a bitter quarrel.
In which the woman took n shrill part.
and as the -boat landed the woman
Jumped out and stooped swiftly. The
mnn with the scracirlv mustache am
the scattered tufts of beard on his fact
Jumped ashore, cursing. The woman
raised up swiftly and. with a shriek
ntp a cat. lumped for the man with a
long knife glittering In her hand. The
knife flashed dowu, and the man stag
gered back. The gleaming blade was
raised acaln. but before It couia ae-
scend the huge, raw boned man, who
had Jumped from the boat, caught the
woman's arm,
June saw no more. She ran wildly
around the little hut, looking vainly
for some Dlace of concealment. A rusty
ctAVA. n rieketv table, some rule bench
trn straw nallpts that was all
0, i w -
Thppa was no other room, not even a
ennboard. In the celling June's fran
Hraliv rovlnff eyes found a trapdoor.
nn of Its boards loose. On the wood
en wall beneath It was a series of
cross' sticks, and without hesitation
June ran up this rude ladder, shoved
the trapdoor aside and scrambled Into
the attic
There were voices below. The quar
reL whatever It had been about, had
evidently been settled, for the woman
was lauehlnjf. and so was the big. raw
boned man! June peered down through
a crack In the celling boards. These
two find the" lean fellow with the
hook nose were loaded with all they
could carry. The big man with the
scar on his chin dropped his heavy
Htra nn the floor with a clatter, and
the brass stopcock of a washbasin
rolled out of one of them. The woman
carried silks and fine linens in her
bundles, and the lean little fellow was
loaded with silverware. Af they de-
E. C. Jordan & Co.
.Funeral Directors and Licensed.
Embalmers
.WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
The Servant
Question
has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and 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
OcalaGaS Company
PHONE 61

posited their burdens on the floor the
other man came in and sat heavily on
a bench.

-Well. Babe, you sliced me. all right, right,-he
he right,-he grinned, and. throwing off his coat,
me loosened his shirt at the neck and
bared his left shoulder. There was an
ugly wound near his armpit, and it was
bleeding profusely.
June clapped ber hand sver her
mouth to prevent a hysterical outcry,
while her senses swam.' She was see seeing
ing seeing phases of life that she little dream dreamed
ed dreamed existed.
The woman made a laughing reply
and after the people exhibited differ different
ent different articles of Jewelry, clothing, etc,"
they started cooking a meaL
The men were at the table an in incredibly
credibly incredibly short time. They gulped their
food, and then, tired and sleepy, they
lay down on straw pallets for a few
minutes of honest rest, while the cold
and starved little runaway bride In the
attic looked down with ravenous eyes
on what they had left. The odor of the
hot coffee made her feel faint. Only
terror kept her on the alert.
The Important thing to June In her
predicament was to devise some mode
of escape, but the opportunity to do
so was terrifylngly remote.
CHAPTER III.
ED
HE woman below was acting
strangely as she cleared away
the remains of the breakfast
and washed the dishes. From
time to time she passed near her hus husband,
band, husband, bending over slightly, and finally
she stopped beside him and listened to
his breathing, but she shook ber bead
and went away. Big Ben was quite
plainly fast asleep, sprawled In com
plete relaxation, while lean Jake was
snoring with great energy. The wo
man stooped and touched her bus
band's shoulder. lie moved slightly.
and she went back to ber dishes. The
next time she came he did not even
twitch at the touch, and with deft fin
gers she reached into his vest pocket
and extracted a little chamois bag.
So that was how one woman solved
her money problem, and ber burning
eyes told with what bitterness she had
resorted to this bold. step. Of more
value than her husband, even In his
low profession, she was still his supine
Inferior In the tights of possession
Down the
Channel Sped
Cutter.
the Little
What she bad was a gift from him.
and, as June bad beard him put It him
self, he gave her what was good for
her.
The woman! She was coming up the
ladder! The fugitive hidden In the at attic
tic attic was stunned by this unexpected ac
tion.
Nearer and nearer came the woman!
tuad ami nearer and nparer to thfl
(Continued from Third Page)
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Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc
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Built a Business on "Just as Good."

I Give Your Trade Just What They Want

When They Want It.
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WORKS

. "WE TREAT YOUR LAUNDRY WniTET
No Exthra OusiFge
For delivering work the same day it is received if it is sent in early
and immediate delivery requested. This feature of OUR LAUNDRY
is quite convenient for traveling men and transient people generally.
We use the best of everything that goes to giving absolute satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. Your clothes will last longer when laundered with modem
appliances than by the antiquated methods of year3 gone by. Come
in and inspect our plant and see our methods of handling collars.
PHONE 21

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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
CRINDER, 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.

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PHONE 118,

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JEWELRY IS THE THINGTO GIVE FOR A WEDDING OR GRADU GRADUATION
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YOU CAN SHOW TO THE ONEOF WHOM YOU ARE FOND.
WHEN YOU LET US FURNISH THE WEDDING PRESENT. THE
ONE WHO RECEIVES IT WILL BE DELIGHTED. OUR NAME AS ASSURES
SURES ASSURES THE QUALITY AND STYLE OF JEWELRY.
WE MAKF QUALITY' RIGHT: THEN -THE PRICE RIGHT

A.-E." BURNETT
OCALrVS RELIABLE JEWELER

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

Now Open and Completely Equipped and Solicits Your Business
We guarantee all vrork before it leaves the shop. James Coleman
will repair your motor cars in first class shape.
Our Ed Mathews is the best general blacksmith in the city. All
blacksmith work, wagon and buggy repairing, horse shoeing, etc.,
etc., quickly done and fully warranted.
Call and see us. We do our own work, very light expenses, cr.J
can give you cheaper prices than others.
. South Second Street West

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

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ENTIRELY REMODELED
RATES- 75c to $1.50 NO HIGHER
Dining Room with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the House
RLTCCTKIC ELEVATOR SERVICIe PHONES IX ALL IiXl-i
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The only Hotel on the Square

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STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
Tickets Sold Daily Stop Overs
Final Limit October 31st. Variable Routes.
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Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla. D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
NEW YORK AND RETURN

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Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOD ON ANY SHIP.
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. (j.WrTN?rLL FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

FARE $3
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The Great Ship
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Connection at Cleveland for Cedar Point. Put-in-Bay, Toledo. Detroit and all points West and
Southwest Railroad tickets reading between Buffalo and Cleveland are good for transportation
on our steam-ars. Ask yocr ticket agent for tickets via C. & B. Line.

Beautifully colored sectional puzzle chart, showing both exterior and interior of 1 iio iireat
Ship "SKEANDBEE" sent on receipt of five cents to cover postage and mailing. Also ask
for ottt 24-page pictorial and descriptive booklet free.

THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO
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Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COUHSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
J. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
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FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914
SAINT'LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA

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Thi3 is our
HOFFMAN PRESS
. Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
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(If you have any items for this
Thought for the Day
The more we love, the Letter we :
are; and the. dearer our friendships;
are, the dearer we are to God. j
Jeremy Taylor.
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Lucas-Yonge
A quiet tho pretty marriage which
took place at Grace Episcopal church
this morning, Rev. J. G. Glass offi officiating,
ciating, officiating, was that of Mr. Albert Lester
Lucas to Miss Erin Idora Yonge.
Present were only the cqntracting
parties, the minister and the bride's
parents.
The marriage has been expected for
some time and comes not altogether
as a surprise to their many friends.
The bride, of the usual southern
type of beauty, looked lovely in her
traveling suit of Palm Beach cloth.
With this was worn an embroidered
crepe de chene waist, hat and acces accessories
sories accessories to match.
The groom is the second son of the :
late Mr. R. R. Lucas of Springfield,
Ohio. He has" been with Coburn's
Greater Minstrels for four years and ;
was most successful the past year as;
interlocutor and basso. He is a young
man of sterling qualities and is a fine
singer, having pleased many hearers i
with his splendid voice. Mr. Lucas j
has a host of friends in Ocala who j
will be glad to know he will in the j
future call this place his home. i
- The bride having been born and
reared in Ocala is generally known J
and loved for her sunny ways and is
an accomplished musician. She is the i
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.1
R. E. Yonge and her many friends,
will be happy to hear she will not j
leave Ocala. j
Mr. and Mrs. Lucas left on thei
northbound limited. Then; destination j
was not made known.
Miss Nettie Chambers will be
among the Tampa girls leaving soon!
for a summer trip. She expects to'
visit in Chattanooga, Atlanta andj
Columbus, Ga., for four or five!
months. Tribune. j
Miss Chambers is a former Ocala!
girl.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carter returned
yesterday afternoon from a visit to
their sister, Mrs. C. A. "Bryan at Bir Birmingham,
mingham, Birmingham, Ala.
The Woman's Missionary Society j
will meet Friday afternoon at 4
o'clock at the Methodist church.
Misses Marie and Dorothy Hickman
who finished their second year at the
Woman's College in Columbia, S. C,
this week, left there today for Phila Phila-deliphia
deliphia Phila-deliphia to join their grandmother,
Mrs. N. Hickman. In Richmond their
cousin, Miss "Onie Chazal will join
them and accompany them to Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia or a visit of six weeks.
Mr. Arch Mcintosh, who is in Rich Richmond
mond Richmond enjoying the reunion, will con continue
tinue continue his trip to Providence, R .1., to
spend the summer with his son, Mr.
Gale Mcintosh and wife.
Miss Hope Robinson returned today
from an overnight visit to Lake Weir.
Miss Rosabelle Sistrunk of Mont-
brook, who has been spending the leg legislative
islative legislative season in Tallahassee, the
guest of her brother-in-law and sister,
Senator and Mrs. J. S. Blitch, is now
in Laurinsburg, N. C, called there by
the fatal illness of her niece, little
Miss Elizabeth Litch.
Miss Beulah Hall, who received her
B. A. degree from Brenau College
Tuesday, has gone to Orangeburg, S.
C, to" visit her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Hall for ten days,
after which she will enter summer
school, probably Peabody normal, at
Na sh vill e, Tenn
Mrs. Henry Stevens and two daugh daughters
ters daughters Clara Beth and Dorothy, of Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, are in the city visiting Mr.
Stevens' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Stevens.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
MUCH GOOD ADVICE FOR
CANNING CLUB MEMBERS
Ocala, Fla May 26, 1915.
For the benefiit of those who are in interested
terested interested in the canning of string
beans .1 wish to make some explana explanations
tions explanations in regard to the various methods
of working with this particular veg vegetable.
etable. vegetable. Personally I have been especially in interested
terested interested in the work with beans. In
the first place beans are among the
best vegetables we have and each
year great quantities of them go to
waste in the fields and in many cases
cars are shipped -away loaded with
this splendid product, leaving the pro producer
ducer producer very much the loses.
Beans, like corn, require a little
more work than some other things,
but when properly done are not hard
to keep and to the housekeeper they
have no equal in the way of supply supplying
ing supplying a delicious green vegetable for
the table, when there are none in the
market.
Certainly there is no vegetable that
can surpass the tomato, which is
one of the staple products having a
place all its own in the pantry of ev every
ery every house, but next to it comes the
bean, which, I am sorry to say, has

department, call 'phone 106)

not been duly appreciated heretofore,
for when canned as they should be are
just as nice as when picked fresh
from the vines.
There are many ways of canning
beans and I find many adverse opin opinions
ions opinions in regard to the canning of this
vegetable. I've heard some rather
discouraging reports and have listen listened
ed listened with interest to some of the vari various
ous various processes of the work. I am told
by merchants that there is very lit little
tle little demand for canned beans in the
stores, that they are claimed to be
devoid of real vegetable flavor, which
is but the result of canning for profit
without due consideration of the qual quality
ity quality of the product.
Some housekeepers have a process
in which a little vinegar is used, in
most cases they keep very well, but
the vinegar must be soaked out (if
possible) and even then they cannot
have the same sweet flavor of the
bean picked fresh from the vine.
I find those who put them up in
tin only, using the one day process,
and do not exhaust them at all, ad ad-miting
miting ad-miting that frequently some are lost
and that the odor of beans when can canned
ned canned was undesirable.
Now it is not my intention to criti criti-size
size criti-size anyone's method of this work
but it would seem that the arts of our
grandparents would surpass all these.
Nowadays we live in an age of pro progress
gress progress and enlightenment and when we
take into consideration the fact that
he United States department of ag agriculture
riculture agriculture has made a specialty of this
vork, and our government spent large
sums of money in studying just what
is the best method, and is sending
its agents into various counties of
a number of states to teach our rural
people the wdrk, there must surely
be some assurance as to the reliabil
ity of the instruction cs given. Almost
daily I am giving canning demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations in some part of the county, not
only with my canning club members
but with farmers where ever my time
will permit. Just now we are can canning
ning canning beans and expect to put up a
great many during the season.
Beans when put up under this dem demonstration
onstration demonstration work, bearing the "4-H"
brand are treated in the following
manner:
-First, the beans must be fresh and
tender, using great care in selection as
one would use in preparing them for
the table. If the beans are snapped
on the day before being canned they
should be kept in a cool place, spread
in the dew over night if it is possible.
When water in canner is at a boiling
heat, beans are put in sacks or trays
and blanched until a rich green color
and sufficiently wilted to bend with without
out without breaking, then they are plunged
in a vessel of cold water, which Jtends
to set the color, and produces a firm firmness
ness firmness that is most desirable. When
this is done and the caps have been
thoroughly sterilized, the beans are
carefully packed to within three-quarters
of an inch of the top of can and
then a brine containg 2oz. salt to
one gallon of .water is poured over
them, care being taken not to fill the
cans too full to avoid the seal being
poorly made. When the 'brine has
been poured in the caps are then
sealed on and the cans put in Xhe can canner
ner canner to exhaust for ten minutes, which
part of the process is most important
as the flavor of the bean depends to a
great extent on the exhaust. The cans
are then taken out and tipped, which
is the finishing touch of sealing.
When properly tested the cans are
vigorously boiled for one hour, and
when taken out should be cooled as
quickly as possible. The one hour
boiling should be repeated on the next
two mornings, each time cooling them
off when taken from the canner. A
good way to cool quickly .is to dash a
bucket of water on them. This. may
seem like a lot of trouble, but the
first day's work is really the only
burdensome part, as it is a very little
trouble to repeat the boiling and it is
a thoroughly recognized fact that the
intermittent cooking is a most impor important
tant important part of the process, at least we
think so, and of our entire experi experience
ence experience the (4-H) brand has been pro pronounced,
nounced, pronounced, true to the motto of the can canning
ning canning club girls, which is "To make the
best better," using only the best.
It is often true that onr truckers
ship great quantities of the very
finest beans to northern markets,
where they lay in cars or warehouses
untill unfit for use, then are sold for a
small sum to packers, whose ambi ambitions
tions ambitions for the dollar entirely blinds
them as far as quality is concerned,
the main object being to get them
sealed and handsomely labeled and
then we pay double the price and are
usually disgusted with canned beans,
which under such circumstances is but
to be expected. The real object of
the home demonstration work, which
is in co-operation and a part of the
girl's canning club work, is to pro provide
vide provide our homes with the very best and
turn that abundance of vegetable
waste into cash, that other comforts
may be added to the home. The very
best that our country produces is
none too good for the man who toils
to make it, nor the woman who is do doing
ing doing her part to help save, so why
let it go back into the earth a waste,
or send it away at a loss? The can canning
ning canning of our fruits and vegetables is
certainly a step forward, toward re reducing
ducing reducing the" high cost of living.
Caroline II. Moorehead,
Agt. Marions Co. Canning Club.

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(Continued from Second Page)
strung yun ti-iiids"
"Balx??" Fln! stirred uneasily.
The woman w.-is down tbe ladder like
a cat.
"What?"
So answer. The man was PtIH sound
asleep. The woman stood over him for
awhile fo nuke sure f tnU and started
for the ladder usriin. Halfway across
tbe room n!w hesitated, turned, walked
aswlftly t th end of the but and bid
the little rhamoi taig Iteneatb a loose
ftoDe behind the store.
She wn putriusr a way the last of the
dishes whn suddenly she topped,
turned, nnd a slow smile spread npon
her Up. Her eyes bnrued with a fooi fooi-ber
ber fooi-ber fire. She went orer to Bi Ren
and deftly secured a lon;r. blender
cigarette hoider. She crossed swiftly
to her husband and inserted the holder
in bis top vest pocket, so that Its
shlnln? tip protruded. Tbe water caskj
stood by Bis Ben's head. With a
gleam In bcr eye the woman went
over, filled the rusty tin cup and de deliberately
liberately deliberately poured a fourth of its con
tents over Bis Bpn's face.
"Excuse tne. she laughed as he
Jumped up and with the 6ame motion
Jerked a revolrer from bis pocket.
lie grinned at her sheepishly as he
saw the sparkle of mischief In her eye.
and be wiped hU face with his sleeve.
Vou done it o' pune." he speculat speculated,
ed, speculated, chuckling.
Think so?she dimpled.
Big Ben's eyes brightened.
I believe you're after that shawf
"Flub'd sell If And she glanced
across at the sleeping man with vin vindictive
dictive vindictive hatred.
"Take It." ur;:ed Bis Ben. -and If
Flub 6clla It tell me. He picked up the
shawl and clumsily threw It around
the woman's shoulders. She looked
down at the shawl and toyed with Its
long, delicate fringe. She took It ofi
slowly and save it back to the man.
"Nothing doinjr she sadly decided:
then she slowly tamed and looked at
her husband and walked away. There
was n softening in Big Ben's eyes as
she walked away, nnd then he. too.
glanced nt the sleeping Flub. He stroll strolled
ed strolled to the door nnd came back. Sudden Suddenly
ly Suddenly tie stopied. The gleam of something
yellow had caught his gaze. He walked
close and lent low. lie pulled the cig cigarette
arette cigarette holder out far enough to Identify
It and pushed It lock; then he gave the
sleejK'r a kick.
"Get up. you thief!? he roared.
Flub sprang up. dazed.
"What's thntr
"I said get up. you thief V roared Big
Ben as lean Jake abruptly stopped
snoring nnd jumped up. He was half
way to the ladder before he realized
that this was not a raid, and June, di divining
vining divining his intention, rose swiftly and
put her bands on tbe looe clapboards
of the roof. Ben. Jerked the cigarette
holder from Flub'a pocket. "You stole
itr
Flub seemed dazed by the accusation,
but suddenly be let out a yelL Me Mechanically
chanically Mechanically be had reached In bis vest
pocket, as was his habit when the
chamois bag was there, and had dlscov:
ered bis loss.
"My dlamondr be yelled. "It's
goner And his face turned white as
he looked around tbe tense group.
Slowly comprehension came to him.
"You framed meT be suddenly, shout shouted,
ed, shouted, pointing a trembling finger at Bljr
Ben. "You copped my diamond; then
you planted this cigarette, holder so
you could
"You're a UarT bellowed Big Ben
and sprang for bis accuser.
A knife gleamed in Flub's band, and
be slashed savagely at bis ourusbing
opponent. Wltb a roar of rage Big
Ben.caugbt the descending riat.
wrested; the weapon from It and plung plunged
ed plunged it to the hilt In Hub's breast.
There was n piercing hriek from
the uttic and n tearing of boards. The
woman, quick of mind as she was of
body, was the first to comprehend
what that might mean. She sprang to
the ladder, but a he went she cast a
backward glance at the lifeless man
on tbe floor. There was no shudder In
her. only cold triumph.
"It's a girl! She's on the roof!" cried
the woman an she gained the attic.
Lean Jake was tbe first out of tbe
door, and Big Ben Just after bim.
They rounded the corner of the hut
Just In time to see June Jump from
the roof and dart for her Ixiat. It was
the woman who caught her. t
"Let me go! implored June. "I
won't tell!'
Those last three word would eal
her fate In the mind of any murderous
thief Big Ben had caught her roughly
by the arm. ami now be looked Id Id-qulrlngly
qulrlngly Id-qulrlngly at the others
"Drown her." adrl'ed l-ean Jake,
who was more full of fear than a thief
should be. "She knows too much
All three of theia looked at the wa water.
ter. water. It spread far Into the marshes,
and It held Its secrets well and long.
Without a work Big Ben swung June
up In bis arras and started with her to
the water's edge, while she uttered
shriek upon shriek
A shot and then another answered
June's piercing shrieks, and down tbe
channel from the 'inlet swiflly sped the
little cutter, with Orin Cunningham at
the wheel, revolver in hand.
"Hands up!" yelled a strong voice,
and another shot startled the air of the
marshes. Gilbert Blye! He stood np
In his racer, and over the wheel bent
heavy Edwards, his eyes narrowed and
bis thick lips firmly set.
Big Ben had dropped June at tbe
first shot and bad reached for bis re revolver.
volver. revolver. Lean Jake had dropied flat
on the ground-behind a bowlder, but
before Big Ben could return the fire of
the oncoming boats from tbe Hilarity
he was confused by a shot from an another
other another quarter, and through tbe reeds
of the marsb there pushed a narrow
steel gray motortoat. In which stood a
tall man with a soft bat and a loosely
knotted cravat.
A stranger! And be was nearer to
the helpless June than ber pursuers
from the Hilarity! She ran toward
fcim like a deer, and as his driver drew
close Insbore June sprang Into "th
boat.
"Hurry!" she cried. "Please iurry!"
Tbe man. evidently no artist, from
the canvases and folding easel in txis
boat, followed ber terrltij-d gaze nspfw

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Tine Ime
Lubin three-reel drama,
and Justina Huff.
THEN IT HAPPENED
FORD WEEKLY.
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Is a Regular "Bonanza" for Insects.
They thrive and breed like "wildfire." No mat matter
ter matter if yourjiouse is screened, Roaches. Moths, Flies
and Mosquitoes will get in. These filthy carriers of
discomfort and disease-will give you trouble unless
you combat them. Don't give 'em a chance USE
FEN OLE, that cleanly spray, that peerless house household
hold household disinfectant and insect destroyer.
FEMOLE
Is sold in Ocala by
Mclver & Mackay. O. K. Tea Pot Grocery.
Tydings Drug Co., The Court Pharmacy,
Smith Grocery Co., Ollie Mordis
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racking and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Piano
and Safe.
Uagtiage Serrlee
the Best.

COLLIER BEOS., Proprietors.

gianced back, cer terror divined De De-tween
tween De-tween tbe murderers on tbe island and
tbe men In tbe boats. Tbe artist lower lowered
ed lowered Jane to a seat beside him, and. with
a word to tbe driver, tbey darted away
toward tbe channel. A shot whizzed
over their beads as they started, and
shot after shot resounded from tbe up upper
per upper channel.
The man with the white mas tad
paid do attention to Big Ben as be
steered bis swift little cutter aroand
the Island and struck" into tbe lower
channel after tbe artist and tbe beautS beautS-fol
fol beautS-fol young girl who bad escaped from
the attic. Nor did the man with tbi
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Juns Rescued.
black Vandyke waste any time npon
the astonished thieves as bis boat, too,
whizzed around tbe curve. Lean Jsks
raised up from behind hi a bowlder as
the boat shot by, and tbe three Babe Babe-Blg
Blg Babe-Blg Ben and Jake looked at each
other in bewilderment. Another boat
came swishing down past tbe Island
It was driven by a blazing eyed little
chauffeur with a tluy mustache, and b
was shouting at tbe top of bis voice.
Behind bim sat stiCly a woman with
high cheek bones and a wilderness of
gams, and she. too, was shouting:
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featuring Geo. Soule Spencer
Selig Comedy.
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Another boafl In it were two men
and a woman, tbe driver a piamp faced 4
little man with deep concern upon LU
brow, tbe woman hysterical and the
other man wltb bis teeth and flts
clinched.
For ten mlnntes Babe and Big Bert
and Lean Jake stood there in damt
stupefaction. ; waiting for another boat.
(Continued Next Week)
A Doctor Prescription for Cough an
Effective Cough Treatment
One-fourth to one tea spoonful of
Dr. King's New Life Discovery, taken
as needed, will soothe and check
coughs, colds and the more -dangerous
bronchial and lung ailments. You
can't afford to take the risk of serious
illness; when so cheap and simple a
remedy, as Dr. King's New Discovery
is obtainable. Go to your druggist to today,
day, today, get a bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery, start the treatment at
once. You will be gratiSed for the re relief
lief relief and cure obtained.. Ad. 1
STOCK FEED
We now have on band a full line wl
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Stcie.
Lame Back
Lame back is usually due to rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back with Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Take Note of the &mall Thins.
Practice yourself, for heaven's sake.
In little things and then proceed to
Kreater. Epictetcs
Constipation Cured Overnight
A small dose of Po-Do-Lax tonight
and you will enjoy a full, free, easy
bowel movement in the morning. No
griping, for Po-Do-Lax is Podophylin
(May Apple) without the gripe. Po-Do-Lax
corrects the cause of consti constipation
pation constipation by arousing the liver, increas increas-"ng
"ng increas-"ng the flow of tile. Bile is nature's
antiseptic in the bowels. With proper
amount of bile, digestion in bowels is
perfect. No gas, no fermentation, no
constipation. Don't be rick, nervous,
irritable. Get a bottle of Po-Do-Lax
from your druggist now and cure
your constipation overnight. Ad... 1

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FOUR

OCALA OCCURENCES 1

Masons meet this evening.
We fear that the Business Men's
Baseball Team is not thriving very
prosperously. We heard First Base Baseman
man Baseman Clifford Anderson say something
about cold feet yesterday. The reg
ulars, however, are anxious for a
game.
' Mr. W. T. Gary is the latest public
spirited citizen to purchase a season
baseball ticket.
Mr. Fred Lansford went to Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh today, to attend to business. Mr.
Lansford has sold several pianos
lately and says business is much bet better.
ter. better.
Laurie Benjamin arrived from St.
Leo College today to spend the holi holidays
days holidays -at home.
All Mr. A. ivl. Lansford's friends
will be glad to know he is doing well
in Lakeland; He is selling pianos for
a big wholesale house and meeting
success.
Dr. Blackiston came home yester yesterday
day yesterday from' Jacksonville, where a spe specialist
cialist specialist has. been treating his eyes.
Rexall Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
Capt. Alfred of Port Inglis is a
guest of the Ocala House.
SHEET MUSIC! If its published,
we have it or can get for you. LAT LAT-TNER'S
TNER'S LAT-TNER'S Piano Store. 4-2I-tf.
Sheriff Dowling'of Duval county
was guest of the Harrington today.
For roofing, guttering, and sheet
metal work phone 388. R. E. Yonge
& Company. 31-6t
Mr. Carlton Ervin has a position in
the county clerk's office.
- Vulcanizing. All work guaranteed.
Blalock Bros., 107 Oklawaha Ave. lm
Wednesday's Jacksonville Metrop
olis contained a full account of the
graduating exercises of -the Ocala
High School, with the picture of the
'principal and members of the graduat
ing class.
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain,' see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
Mr. J. A. Talton was among the
Anthony citizens in the city yesterday
afternoon.
Do you use real up-to-the-minute
stationery? Our initial and plain cor correspondence
respondence correspondence cards are this kind. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
Mr, A. R. Griffin the Anthony mer merchant
chant merchant and grower, was in the city
during Wednesday, and reports the
vegetable fields in that section in
good shape, with prospects of a
splendid yield.
After an illness of several days,
Mr. H. A. Waterman was aVil f n at
tend to business today at his store.
. On Saturday ana Monday, -16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol-
lar s worm oi otner groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
After Four Years of Discouraging
Conditions, Mrs. Bollock Gave
- -- v
... Up in Despair. Husband
t - --.
. Came to Rescue.
Catron; Ky. In an interesting letter
from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock
writes as follows : "I suffered for four
years, with womanly troubles, and during
this time, I could only sit up for a little
while, and could not walk anywhere at
all. At times, I would have severe pains
la my left side.
The doctor was called in, and his treat treatment
ment treatment relieved me fpr a while, but I was
soon confined to my bed again. After
that, nothinii seemed to do me any good.
UK QE

HJSBAM ffiSCUED
,: DESPAEIMG WIFE

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 nrs. Let u
have your custom we deserve it.
tDeafla Ece & PacMeg Co.

Mr. R. A. Green returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from the Manatee section, where
he has been buying vegetables. Mrs.
Green will arrive in a few days and

be at nome in ucaia ior several i
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for
several
months during his operations in this
part of the1 state. The continuous
rains
in South Florida have been
quite a setback to the early vegeta vegetables
bles vegetables and the crop will be very short.
Mr. Green has several hundred acres
of cantaloupes, melons, tomatoes and
other vegetables planted in this coun
ty and he says the prospects are that
he will have an abundant yield.
Our fountain sodas and ice cream
are the BEST made and our service
is Al. Try them. The Court Phar Pharmacy,
macy, Pharmacy, -tf
Mr. A. P. Gilmore, one of Ocala's
efficient postal men, attended the state
convention of the Florida Branch of
the National Association of Postoffice
Clerks in Tampa Monday. The con convention
vention convention was a most interesting oc occasion
casion occasion and the delegates were royally
treated. Postoffice clerks are among
the most efficient soldiers on the fir firing
ing firing line of civilization. Mr. Gilmore
was elected chairman of the organiza organization
tion organization committee.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
with more than one registered phar pharmacist.
macist. pharmacist. 4-27-tf
Mr. L. D. Cullum, Jr. returned
Wednesday from a brief business trip
to Jacksonville.
SEE 1HE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetr Acs, milk and eggs, tf
Nearly all the Ocala stores closed
this afternoon for the first half holi
day of the summer.
Buy your arugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the be Ft always. 4-27-tf
The fire ""this afternoon was at the
home of Caroline Crook on Soiith
Magnolia street. The fire department
was on hand promptly and. the dam
age was slight.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and. most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, June 3 Mr. Wil Wil-liahi
liahi Wil-liahi Albertson and son Elder, went to
Ocala Monday shopping.
Mrs. Chas. E.' Brown came' up from
Webster Saturday to visit with her
parents over Sunday.
Mr. C. E. Brown of Webster came
up Sunday and spent the day with
Mr. and Mrs. Gates. Mr. Brown and
Mrs. Brown, accompanied by their
son Karl, returned home Sunday aft
emoon.
The news reached here of the mar
riage of Miss Clara Sanborn to Mr,
Harrold Preston of Boston. Miss
Clara was a winter visitor here twTo
years ago and made many friends
while here and they all extend con
gratulations. .
Mr. Milton Albertson has sold part
of his melon patch but still owns a
20-acre patch that has promise of
bringing in good returns.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Foss have gone
north for the summer.
I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and I gave up in despair.
At last, my husband got rue a bottle ol
Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com commenced
menced commenced taking it. From the very first
dose, I could tell it was helping me. I
((an now walk two miles without its
Iring me, and am doing all my work."
If you are all run down from womanly
oubles, don't give up in despair. Try
Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped
rpore than a million women, in its 50
years of continuous success, and shruld
surely help you, too. Your druggist has
sold Cardui for years. He knows what
it will do. Ask him. He will recom-
i
met', it. Begin taking Cardui today.
1 Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Ladies'
Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Ter.n., for Special
ftistructtonxon your case an4 64-pase book. Horn
Treatment fmr Womea," sent in plain wrapper. J-6
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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.
June 1 73 64 .52
June 2 88 70 .04
Local Forecast
Fair tonight and Friday.
For members of girls canning clubs
we recommend either B or BB farm
canning outfits. Marion Hardware
Company. 5-27-6t
The rain is falling every day
Upon the just and unjust fellows;
But chiefly upon the just,
For the unjust steal the just's um umbrellas.
brellas. umbrellas. W. K. Lane, M. !.. Thyslttan and
Surgeon, specialist Kye, Kar, Xo
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 i
WACAHOOTA
Wacahoota, June 3. We are hav
ing refreshing showers most every
day that cool off the atmosphere and
give the farmers opportunity to plant
sweet potatoes, but the grass does
grow.
Messrs. Cedric and Clarence Smith
and Mrs. Shuler and Miss Rosalie
Smith attended services at Fleming-
ton the fourth Sunday and were
guests to dinner of Mrs. J. M. Math
ews.
Mr. John and Dr. Clark Walkup
and two autos lull or jolly young
people from Mcintosh motored over
last' Monday and accompanied by
Misses Rosalie and Leola Smith call
ed on Miss Mamie Gibbons near Ar
cher and enjoyad a nice time fishing
on Grass Prairie. Some of the party
remained with Miss Rosalie Smith
for supper.
Mrs. Sara Shuler, who has been an
attractive winter boarder at Mrs. V.
P. Smith's popular boarding house
since January, left Tuesday for her
home in Batesburg, S. C. Mrs. Shuler
made many friends during her stay
here who regret to see her leave and
hope she will find it possible to return
in the fall.
Miss Rosalie Smith returned last
night from a week's visit to Misses
May and Chitty of Micanopy. She
was accompanied home by Miss Vida
May, who will be her house guest for
a few days.
There were services at both the
churches here Sunday, -morning and
also night services at the Baptist
church.
Mr. Neal Mathews and sister Marie
of Flemington -attended services here
Sunday and were guests of Mrs. C
M. Smith.
Mrs. J. M. S. Smith and son Pierce
returned Sunday from a ten days
visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
D. Beck of Fellowship. Mr. Smith
drove over Saturday and brought
them home Sunday.
Mrs. Watkins left Saturday ac
companied by her daughter, Mrs. R,
P. Smith, with whom she has spen
the winter, for Micanopy, where they
will visit Dr. J. D. Watkins for a few
days, before Mrs. Watkins will leave
for her home in Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. Elvin Bruton and son J. D
were guests of her sister. Miss Olive
Phiney at Raleigh one day last week
Thirty-Six for 25 Cents
Dr. King's New Life Pills are now
supplied in well-corked glass bottles
containing 36 sugar-coated white
pills, for 25c. One pill with a glass of
water before retiring is an average
dose. Easy and pleasant to take. Ef
fective and positive in results. Cheap
and economical to use. Get a bottle
today, take a dose tonight your con constipation
stipation constipation will be relieved in the morn morning.
ing. morning. 36 for 25c. at all druggists. Ad. 1
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
Neuralgia Pains Stopped
You don't need suffer those agoniz agonizing
ing agonizing nerve pains in the face, head, arm,
shoulders, chest and back. Just apply
a few drops of soothing Sloan's Lini Liniment;
ment; Liniment; lie quietly a few minutes. You
will get such relief and comfort! Life
and the world will look brighter. Get
a bottle today. 3 ounces for 25c., at
all druggists. Penetrates, without
rubbing. Adv. 1
STOCK FEED
. We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
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 condition. Seeing Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy so highly .-recommended,
I got her a bottle and it re relieved
lieved relieved the cough at once. Before she
had finished two bottles of this rem remedy
edy remedy she was entirely well," writes
Mrs. S. F.. Grimes, Crooks ville, Ohio.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
How Mrs. Harrod Got Rid of Her
Stomach Trouble
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everythine I
heard of, but the only relief I got was
temporary until last spring I saw
Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and
procured a bottle of them at our drugl
eauitr. x got. immediate reiiei zrom
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pain in the stomach,"
writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort
Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

I MBS
(Continued from Third Page)
O. H. S. Will Have an Alumni Asso Association
ciation Association A movement is under way to form
an alumni association of the Ocala
high school and it is the sincere hope
of the promoters that all graduates
will lend their cooperation.
An aiumni association win give
rise to more benefits to the school
than any other organization and it
behooves all graduates to respond to
the notice of a call meeting and con
tribute their influence in making the
association one of permanence and
strength.
A temporary alumni association
was formed Jan. 3, 1910, to meet the
following June to form a permanent
organization, but cooperation was
acking and the movement was aban
doned. Prof. W. H. Cassels. principal.
endorses the plan, which is being ac actively
tively actively nourished by ,the graduates of
the past year or two. The meeting
will be held tomorrow evening at 8
o'clock at the courthouse.
Piano Pupils of Miss Wartmann to
Give Recital
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at her
home on S. Sanchez street. Miss
Byrd -Wartmann will give her annual
piano recital. The evening is being
looked forward to with great pleas
ure by the friends of Miss Wartmann
and her pupils.
Miss Lois Dame, who has been at
tending school at Brenau College, is
the guest for ten days of a school
mate at Basley, S. C, before return
ing home to spend the summer with
her sister, Mrs. II. W. Tucker.
After a brief visit to her sister,
Mrs. J. H. Dunn, Mrs. C. P. Moore of
St. Petersburg and het daughter.
Mrs. L. W. Deal, have gone to
Gainesville, Ga., to. pend several
weeks, later going to Franklin, N. C,
for the remainder of the summer.
Miss Mary Ervin, who has been the
guest of her mother, Mrs. M.E. Ervin
and sisters, will return to Clearwa
ter Monday to resume her music
class. Miss Ervin came especially to
be present at the commencement ex exercises
ercises exercises of the Ocala high school, lier
sister. Miss Susie Ervin, being one
of the graduates.
Mrs. L. A. Dey is anticipating a
trip to Chicago within a few weeks
and from there to California to at
tend the Panama-American Exposi
tion.
Mr. John Pasteur and daughter,
Miss Tillie, were in town today from
their home at Lake Weir.
.
Yestjrday Mr. Robert Ferguson of
Oldtown, was graduated from the
medical department of Tulane Univer
sity, New Orleans, La. Dr. Ferguson
has not made definite plans for the
future but for the summer he wil
have charge of the practice of his
brother-in-law, Dr. S. II. Gatrell of
Fairfield. Dr. and Mrs. Gatrell ex
pect to 'leave this month for an ex
tended trip through the West, to be
gone until fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walden have
returned from their pleasant wedding
trip and are now busily engaged in
getting settled in their flat, on Cardy
street. Their friends will be delight delighted
ed delighted to see them at home again. Tam
pa Times.
Mrs. Walden was formerly Miss
Sallie Gorden and they spent a por portion
tion portion of their honeymoon in Ocala with
relatives. s.
Mrs. C. A. Holloway and pretty
daughter returned home yesterday
from a month's visit with the for former's
mer's former's mother, Mrs. W. E. Allen of
Mcintosh.
Mr., and Mrs. T. S. Trantham of
Tallahassee, are expected in the city
shortly to visit Mrs. Trantham's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bullock. Mr.
Trantham will spend only a few days
but Mrs. Trantham will remain for
several weeks.
A pleasant affair of last evening
was a motion picture party given by
Miss Eugenia Fuller in compliment
to her cousins, Miss Sarah Pearl
Martin and Mr. W. M. Martin, who
are home from college for the sum summer.
mer. summer. Two hours were enjoyably spent
Mclver & MacKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and ES1BALUERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
O. E. McIVER and C. ROBERTS
Funeral Director
Vll Y.'ork Done by Licenstl Embal Embal-mers
mers Embal-mers and Folly Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
UNDERTAKING OFFICE 45
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.

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at the Temple and the evening was
concluded at the hostess' home where
punch and an ice course were served.
Miss Fuller was assisted by her sis sister,
ter, sister, Miss Annie Benton Fuller and
those enjoying the delightful evening
were Misses Martin, Marion and Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy Long, Martha Kate Rentz,
Messrs. Martin, Olaf Zewadski, "Al "Alfred
fred "Alfred MacKay and Welsh Dewey.
Misses Marguerite Porter, Elsie
Meade and Mr. W. B. Gallagher went
to Lake Weir this afternoon to take
supper with Messrs. LaG range Sis-

trunk and Harold Meade, who are
camping out there.
Mr. Clem Purvis of Raiford was a
visitor today arriving last night. He
was accompanied home by his sister-
in-law. Miss Beatrice Boney, who
will visit her sister for six weeks.
Miss Boney will be joined in Raiford
by her mother, Mrs. D. M. Boney and
together they will go to Asheville for
a few weeks stay.
Miss Meta Jewett entertained a few
friends Wednesday afternoon inform informally
ally informally in compliment to her sister-in-
law, Mrs. Sanford Jewett, a popular
young matron from Lakeland. Mrs.
Jewett's visits are always a source of
pleasure to her friends in Ocala,
where she resided before moving to
South Florida, and the afternoon with
her as the guest of Miss Jewett was
one of particular pleasure.
The Woman's Civic League of Wil
lis ton, to raise funds for improve
ments at Park Trammell, which is
maintained by it, made a silk quilt
and sold chances at $1 each, to the
value of $50. The holder of the
lucky number was Mr. E. A. Osborne
of this city. The quilt is very hand
some, made of the contrasting colors
green, pink and brown and repre
sents hours of tedious work. A num
ber of Mr. Osborne's business friends
at Williston, several of whom held
as high as five chances, deemed it un unfortunate
fortunate unfortunate that the beautiful work of
their ladies was to be brought to the
county seat of Bloxham's enemy, to
be kept always.
-
Judge and Mrs. Samuel Barco of
Miami have returned from their wed
ding trip and are at home to their
f rierids at the Berni apartments.
t I
A call meeting of the Campfire
Girls was held yesterday afternoon
at the home of, Mrs.' Maud Horne to
attend to some special business: Aft
er adjournment, Mrs. Horne took the
members to the Court Pharmacy
where summer delicacies were relish
ed.
'
Miss Bennie Purvis of Shady Grove
came in Wednesday to be the guest
until the first of the week of Miss Ola
Floyd.
Rev. Bunyan Stephens of Ocala,
Fla-i has received a unanimous call to
the pastorate of the First Baptist
church of Quitman. He was a recent
visitor .there and preached at the
church. He made such a deep im
pression that when the church was
called in conference to elect a pastor
he was the unanimous choice. Mr.
Stephens was formerly of Atlanta and
accounts of his work at Ocala, par particularly
ticularly particularly in the matter of organizing
the Y. M. C. A. and similar worlc
among the young people have con
vinced the Quitman church people
that he is an ideal man for the work
needed. Valdosta Times.
AN OCALA CITIZEN
COMES TO THE FRONT
Tells His Friends and Neighbors Of
His Experience
Every Ocala resident should read
what a neighbor says. His testimony
can be relied upon. Here are his own
words:
C. F. Hayes, 703 S. Orange St.,
Ocala says: "I think that heavy lift lifting
ing lifting caused my kidneys to become
weakened. 1 suffered greatly from
severe pains in my back and I was of often
ten often so stiff and lame that I could
hardly work. I also had severe
headaches. Doan's Kidney Pills gave
me more relief than all the other med medicines
icines medicines I had taken put together. I
have had no occasion to take any kid kidney
ney kidney medicine since; as the benefit has:
been permanent
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that .Mr. Hays had. Foster-Mil burn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ad. 6
ATTENTION
GROWERS
We are prepared .to attend
to your wants for harvesting
your crops at reasonable
prices.
"ENTERPRISE" Canning Oullll.
THREE SIZES
t
CARLOAD No. 1 and 2 Cans
9
Tomato Wrappers & Fruit Jars
IN A NY Q UA NTITY
Picking Boskets
McIVER & fiiacKAY
LOS G DIS TANCE PHONE 4 7
OCALA, :-: FLA;

WOMEN IN VIENN

Vienna, June 3. Everybody does
their duty for the endangered father fatherland.
land. fatherland. The poor woman on her way to
the factory contributes her mite to the
collection boxes. The rich women
open their parlors, bedrooms and
kitchens to the wounded officers and
soldiers. Not only do the women of
Austria, France, England, Germany!
suffer from war's depredations, but,
the women of America are every day:
suffering from the many ills that5
women are heir to. j
The diseases which weaken and tor- j
ment women may, in most cases, be
cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Fav-!
onte Prescription. It establishes reg regularity,
ularity, regularity, heals inflammation and ulcer
ation and cures womenly weakness.
livery woman who has reason to be
lieve that backache, headache, un
natural pains, low spirits,- sleepless
nights, irregularities of a catarrhal
condition is caused by a derangement
of the womanly functions, owes it to
herself and dear ones to speedily over overcome
come overcome the trouble before a general
breakdown causes permanent prostra prostration.
tion. prostration.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
a temperance remedy that any ailing
woman can safely take because it is
prepared from roots and herbs with
glycerine Containing tonic rrorerties
and is not a secret remedy because its
ingredients are printed on the wrap
per.
Get. Dr. Pierce s Favorite Prescrirv-
tion today, either in liquid or tablet
form, at any dealer in medicines, if
you want to better your physical con
dition surely and speedily. Every in
gredient in "favorite Prescription is
printed along with the directions. If
you want a specialist in women's diseases-
to diagnose your case, "consult
Dr. Pierce by letter, correspondence
private and confidential, address Dr.
Pie i. Invalids' Hotel. Buffalo. N.
Y. Adv. No.4
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE Pure bred White Leg Leghorn
horn Leghorn hens, 10 for $6,' 50 for $25,
this -week only; also 36 Homer Pig
eons $5. C A. Bangert, Summerfield,
Fla 12 miles south of Ocala on Or Orange
ange Orange avenue road. 6-2-2t
STRAYEL OR STOLEN From my
residence on Oklawaha avenue, 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
side. Reward for return." Mrs. C. R.
Tydings. 2-3t
FOR RENT Rooms, for light house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished,
or single furnished rooms. Mrs. A. M.
Perry, No. 19, Herbert street. ,tf6
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; Bertha Smith engraved on
back. Liberal reward for return ,of
same to this office. 20-6t
FOUND A black silk watch fob with
gold seal and clasp with letters.
Owner can have same by calling at
this office, proving property antl
paying costs. 29 -6 1
FOR RENT Furnished rooms: with
modern conveniences; centrally lo
cated, three blocks from court
house. Apply to Mrs. Ellis. 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf
FOR RENT vVll located and nlcelj
furnished rooms In residence aexl
to the, Colonial; also tor light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
loniaL 7-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special, sum
mer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-1 mo.
FOR SALE 25,000 sweet potato
slips at $1.60 per thousand. C Y.
FOR RENT On June 1, upstairs,
consisting of three rooms and bath.
. Furnished for light housekeeping.
City and cistern water. 31rs." P. II
Gillen, 1 S. 5th St.. 2G-tf
FOR RENT Large well located resi residence
dence residence property on Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, now occupied by P. V. Leaven Leaven-good,
good, Leaven-good, two blocks from A.CL rail railroad.
road. railroad. All modern conveniences.
Address Mrs. O. T. -Green, Ocala,
. Fhu, or call phone 3&3. tf
FOR RENT No. 315 N. Orange St,
four rooms, $8 per month; also No.
323, N. Orange St, four rooms,
electric lights, $10 per month; both
newly papered and painted. W. C
Blanchard, Agent. 18-12t
FOR SALE A rubber tired surry in
perfect condition, good as new. E.
. M. Howard, Ocala, Fla. 14-12t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms or
furnished' for light housekeeping;
newly papered and painted; large
and pleasant rooms at very reas reasonable
onable reasonable rates. Ca at corner of
Adams and Main street or Mc Mc-Lucas,
Lucas, Mc-Lucas, at Ocala House barber
shop. 25-Gf
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. 6-3t
FOR SALE Horse, surrey and bug buggy.'
gy.' buggy.' A real family horse, gentle as

they make them, for sz)s err easy
terms. Apply at Star c'Zcc. ZZ-Ct

LOST A gold crescent pin, Ictv.vcrs
Carter's Bakery and 310 North
; Main street. Return surr.e to Star
office. 27-Ct
WANTED Clean cotton rajs, feting
to this office.

otict:
Or Appllratloa for ( kartrr
Notice 1s rt-reby given that we. the
undersigned, ott 111 tn the lt liy of
Julr. A. D. J15. apply to the jtrortrnur
of the stale of Finrlla. at TallJ.a r
the ajlta.l, for letter patent to h-a
unJer the followingr irojod charter.
GEOUGK OILKS.
F". 1. GADON.
J. S. IHWHH
JOS. U WIL.KY.
W. P WII.SOX.
DR. U II. H.UIPTON.
A. ST. GKO. IilCHAKDSON.
II. K. LOWE.
COPT OF PUOKVKD CHAUTKIV OF
OCAl. KNITT1NO AND MANU MANU-FACTL'UINa
FACTL'UINa MANU-FACTL'UINa COMPANY
We, the uderlpntl. hereby associate
ourselrei together fr the purpose of
becoming Incorporated tinder the hwi
of the coale of Florida applicable tu
corporations for profit.
artico: I
.ie
The name of this oorpratlon e'all
be OCAL. KNITTING AND ir.VNU ir.VNU-KACTUIt
KACTUIt ir.VNU-KACTUIt I NO COM PA NT. and Its prin principal
cipal principal place of business shall be the city
of Ocala. Marton county. Florida, but
It may establish offices and bran ties
In nuch other plare or places in the
state of Flori'la. or outside of ai-1
state eus It fvhall deem desirable in the
conduct of its btiine.s.
AIJTICI.E II.
HnalaeM
The general -nature of the bush ess
to be transacted by this corporation
shall be:
1. To manufacture and market all
kinds of frarmTt;
2. To own ami operate knlttlnj knlttlnj-mills
mills knlttlnj-mills and other factories;
3. -To own end operate carxnin fac factories
tories factories and to market the products ;
4. To purchase, own. 2eafe, sell and
dispose of all kinds of real and per personal
sonal personal property of whatever nature;
5. To lend ttnd borrow money, tak taking
ing taking and giving therefor such evidence
of indebtedness aj! security a. may
be deemed proper and necessary In the
corvduct of its business:
C. To do any and all thin -s neces necessary
sary necessary for carrying out the above pur purposes.
poses. purposes. AHTICI.n III.
Capital tek
The amount of capital stock of this
corporation hall be fifty thousand
50.000) collars, divided into five thou thousand
sand thousand shares of the par value of ten
($10) dollars each. jayable in carfh or
property, labor or services, at a Just
valuation thereof to be fixed by the
board of directors at a meeting called
for such pu,i'a'',
ARTICLE IV.
Term
The term f '. which this conjoratlon
shall exist is nlnty-nlne years,
ARTICLE V
OfSeerw
The business of -thl corporation
shall be conducted by a president, a
vice-president, a secretary and a treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, and a board of directors compos composed
ed composed of not less than seven nor more
than eleven members: the officers vhall
be chosen annually by the stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders at the annual meet In s of this cor corporation
poration corporation -to be held on the second
Tuesday In January of each year; any
two of the above namei offices may
be -held by one and the same pertcm
except the offices of president and
vice-president i the follow ing named of officers
ficers officers shall conduct the business of
this corporation until those elected at
the first annual meti-n shall qualify:
President. Ciwrpe Oilt?s: Vice-President.
F. P. Oadstm; Secretary, J. v La La-Roche:
Roche: La-Roche: Treasurer, J. L. vUy; Direc Directors.
tors. Directors. Oeorere Gile, F. P. Gadson. J. L
Wily. J. id. UKoche, Joe I. Giles, TV.
P. Wilson. Lv R. Hampton, A. Ft. Geo.
Richardson and N. K. Lowe, and Sup Superintendent,
erintendent, Superintendent, II. V. lVKth.
ARTICLE VI.
ladebf edaems
Th highest amount of Indebtedness
or liability to whlcU thl corporation
hall subject Itself is titty thousand
dollars.
ARTICLE VII.
JtabBeiiptlo
The names and place of residence
of the ubscr'ben to the capital stock
and. the number of shares of stock eub eub-swrlbed
swrlbed eub-swrlbed for by each, are as follows:.
Name Residence Shares
George Giles, Ocala, Florida
F. P. Gadon, Ocala. Florida......
Jos. I Wiley. Ocala. Florida
J. S. IjaRoehe. Ocala. Florida
W. P. Wilson. Ocala. FlorMi.
Ir. L R. Hampton. Ocala. Florida.
A. Geo. Richardson. Ocala. Fla.
N. E. Lowe, Ocala. Florida ....
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STATE OF FLORIDA.'
COCNTY OF MARION.
On this day personally came before
me Geotgp titles. F. P. Gtdson. J. L
iley. J. S. LaEf-cae. W. P. Wilson. L
IL Hampton. A. fct. Geo. Richardson
and N. E. Lowe, ench to me well known
to be the individual described in and
w$o subscribed their names to the
foregoing. articles of incorporation, and
each acknowledged to me. each for
himself, that be signed his name there thereto
to thereto and subscribed for the amount of
capital 'stock set opposite his name.
In witness whereof I -have hereunto
set my nand and fficHil eeal, this the
25th day of May, A. D. JS15.
(Notary iSeal) N. C. GEISE.
Notary Public. State f t Florida.
My commission expires February 11,
1918. 5-27-thurs
NOTICE
Of Sale of Bonds of the City of Ocala,
Florida
The Board of Bond Trustees of the
City of Ocala, Florida, will on the
Twenty-Sixth Day of June. A. D. 1915
at 3 o'clock p. m. at the office of R. S.
Hall, in Ocala. Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, sell to the highest and best bidder
the following bonds of faid city:
$55,000 worth of water works bonds
of said city, of the denomination of
$1,000 each, bearing five per cent in interest,
terest, interest, payable, semi-annually, all of
said bond maturing August 1st, A.
D. 1933. Interest and principal paya payable
ble payable at the odce of the City Treasurer
of the City of Ocala.
$100,000 worth of Sewerage .Bonds
of said city, of the denomination of
$1,000 each, bearing, five per cent in interest,
terest, interest, payable semi-annually, $33,000
of said bonds maturing January 1st,
1925, $33,000 of said bonds maturing
January 1st, 1935, and $34,000 of raid
bonds maturing January 1st, 1945 1945-The
The 1945-The principal and interest of said
bonds being payable at the office of
the City Treasurer of said city.
Bids may be submitted at any time
before sale, should be directed to
ERNEST J. CROOK, SECRETARY
OF BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES,
OCALA, FLORIDA; all bids must be"
sealed and accompanied by a certified
check for five per cent of the bid as
evidence of good faith, to be returned
if bid not accepted.
The said Board hereby reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
R. S. IIALL.
Chairman of the Board of Bond Trus Trustees
tees Trustees of the City of Ocala.
Attest: E. J. CROOK,
Secretary of the Board of P.nri
Trustees of the City of Ocala. 27-tf
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