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The Ocala evening star
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LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME

VOL. 21.

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AtiTS TO KHOW WILL GERMANY

BELIEVED THAT IF 6E1JU! ANSWER IS UNFAVORABLE. OUR
DRAWN FROM BERLIN

Washington, June 5 The president
yesterday afternoon read to his cab cabinet
inet cabinet the draft of his note to Germany
demanding, in effect, that Germany
adhere to the principles of interna international
tional international law in warfare as effecting
neutrals.
The note is. brief, insistent and em emphatic
phatic emphatic and will be sent not later than
Monday. The cabinet approved the
note, but minor changes may be made
to make it conform to previous dip diplomatic
lomatic diplomatic correspondence of the United
States. The principle that the United
States must know definitely and
promptly, is whether Germany in intends
tends intends to ignore the visit and search
rights, and intends to continue tor torpedoing
pedoing torpedoing unarmed vessels, and wheth whether
er whether the rules governing maritime war warfare
fare warfare will be followed as fixed and
which are unalterable. An alterna alterna-;
; alterna-; tive course is not stated.
It is generally known that the
United States will discontinue diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic relations if Germany's reply is
unfavorable. The note disregards as
irrelevant all of the German notes'
contentions except one, and this is
whether the' Lusitania was armed. It
restates the United States' position
that the vessel left New. York with without
out without guns aboard, and says the Lusi Lusitania
tania Lusitania did not attempt to resist but
was torpedoed unwarned.
The' note received from Germany
made unnecessary the discussion of
the Gulflight and Cushing incidents.
It is stated the dispatching by the
German ambassador of Meyer Ger Gerard
ard Gerard to Berlin,-to outline the United
States' viewpoint and carry messages
to Germany will not delay the note.
Germany's reply will probably be
withheld until Gerard arrives in Ber Berlin.
lin. Berlin. This will probably be two weeks.
FINISHING TOUCHES
Washington, June 5. President
Wilson today put the finishing
touches on the note to Germany. It
is expected to be sent soon.
FEELING AGAINST FRANK
Seems to be Strong in Georgia's Cap Capital
ital Capital City
(Associated Presa)
Atlanta, June 5. Hand bills an announcing
nouncing announcing a meeting tonight- on the
state capital grounds "in defense of
trial by jury" were distributed on the
streets here today and last night.
Solicitor General Dorsey says several
parties of two to eight men "visited
him and asked him to address the
meeting, but he declined.
Conversations of men with Dorsey
indicated it would be a protest against
any commutation of Leo M. Frank's
death sentence for the murder of
Mary Phagan, to life imprisonment.
ANOTHER ENEMY
FOR AUSTRIA
Republic of San Marino will Not Pro Provide
vide Provide Franz Josef's Aeroplanes
a Roost
Amsterdam, June 5. A dispatch
received here from Lugane, Switzer Switzerland,
land, Switzerland, says San Marino, the little re republic
public republic on the Adriatic entirely sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by Italian territory, has ap approved
proved approved the Italian attitude toward
Austria and has declared itself in a
state of war.
San Marinocis on a highland a few
miles from Rimini. It has an area
of twenty-two square miles. Its de decision
cision decision to join Italy in the war makes
it impossible for Austria to make use
of this territory as a neutral point.
It has been contended that if San
Marino remained neutral, Austrian
aeroplanes could, in time of need, ake
refuge there for repairs and supplies.
Call and examine our 50 cents a
pound box of chocolates. The box is
plain but the chocolates are high high-grade.
grade. high-grade. Troxler's. 4-tf

THE STAR IS

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OBSERVE OR IGNORE

OF CIVILIZED WARFARE
(Associated Press)

PAN
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PEOPLE CAN NOW BUILD THEIR ELECTRIC

CURRENT AI

Mr. J. M. Meffert received Friday night the following message.
TALLAHASSEE, June 4, 6:15 p. m. Legislature, has. adjourned.
Council's amendments passed. Others did not. L. W. Duval.
The Times-Union of Friday contained the following:
"House Bill No. 599 To legalize and validate the elections held in
and by the city of Ocala on the 28th day of October, 1914, to determine
whether or not said city should issue bonds to the sum of $75,000 for -the
purpose of erecting and equipping an electric light station and system in
said city and carry into effect, legalize and confirm results of said ejec ejection.
tion. ejection. "House Bill No. 916 To authorize the city council of the city of
Ocala to negotiate and sell all special assessment certificates of said' city
heretofore or hereafter issued by it for street paving, sidewalk or sewer sewerage
age sewerage construction, providing time for the maturity of such certificates and
fixing the rate of interest that they shall bear.
"House Bill No. 947 To prescribe the qualifications of all voters at
all elections held in and for the city of Ocala, Fla., for the purpose of
issuing bonds by said city, providing for the granting of franchises by
said city and prescribing the qualifications of voters held at elections in
and for said city for the purpose of granting franchises, and. providing
the method for the disposal of or abandonment of public utilities owned
by said city.

CONSTANTINE'S CONDITION
Great Danger for Life of the King of
Greece
(Associated Press)
Athens, June 5. Announcement
was made today that King Constan Constan-tine,
tine, Constan-tine, who is ill, is worse and that an another
other another operation will have to be per performed.
formed. performed. The king of Greece has been
suffering from pleurisy foe. several
weeks. He underwent an operation
late in May, after which he suffered
a relapse. The king's wife is a sis sister
ter sister to Emperor William of Germany.
The operation will involve the re removal
moval removal of one or more of the king's
ribs.
GERMANY WILL PAY
FOR THE GULFLIGHT
Washington, June 5. Arr.bassador
Gerard has cabled to the state de department
partment department a note from the German
government agreeing to pay an in indemnity
demnity indemnity for the damage dore by the
German submarine to the American
steamer Gulflight, torpedoed off the
Scilly islands.
THE SQUARE DEAL GARAGE
Mr. Robert Ebner, a skilled me mechanic,
chanic, mechanic, has opened a garage in the
Yonge block which he has named the
Square Deal Garage, and will do all
kinds of automobile repairing and
adjusting and in addition carries
gasoline, oils and greases.
How Mrs. Harrod Got Rid of Her
Stomach Trouble
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everything I
heard of, but the only relief I got was
temporarv until last spring I saw
Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and
procured a bottle of them at our drug
store. I got immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pt..n in the stomach,"
writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort
Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

M
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AMBASSADOR Villi BE WITH-
ii
WATER PLANT
MARTIN THE SAND MAN
Gave Proof of His Enthusiasm for the
National Game
Mr. R. L. Martin has evinced his pa patriotic
triotic patriotic devotion to the national game
by giving a carload of Lake Weir
sand for the foundation of the grand
stand at the ball park.
PRUSSIA IS PAYING
A TERRIBLE PRICE
Million and a Third of her Men are
Dead, Crippled or Missing
Amsterdam, June 5 The Telegraaf
says German casualty lists show that
Prussian losses alone have reached a
total of 1,388',000. Recent casualty
lists name- fifty-six airmen, of whom
eleven are dead, thirty-five wounded
and ten missing.
CITRA
Citra, June 5. Rev. W. J. Car Carpenter
penter Carpenter of Jacksonville was a visitor
here Wednesday, having stopped over
on his way to Ocala to attend a meet meeting
ing meeting of the board of church extension.
Miss Susie Lambert and Miss
Partridge are at home to spend their
vacation. They taught the past win winter
ter winter over on the east coast.
A little baby girl arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sher Sher-ouse
ouse Sher-ouse yesterday morning.
Rev. Partridge has been at Haw Hawthorne
thorne Hawthorne this week, assisting at a re revival
vival revival meeting.
Miss M. E. Ervin attended the
commencement exercises at Ocala
Monday night.
Mr. Ed. L. Wartmann and Mr. John
Malphurs are preparing to open up a
canning factory in Citra.
C. W. Driver returned yesterday
from a trip to South Florida.
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
Everybody trades at Fishel's. tf

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(Associated Press)

Washington, June 5. Unofficial
advices from Vera Cruz, that General
Carranza would reply favorably to
President Wilson's statement, calling
on the heads of warring factions in
Mexico to restore peace, gave renew renewed
ed renewed hope today to administration offi officials
cials officials of the ultimate solution of the
problem.
Press advices today said Senor
Lombardo, General Villa's foreign
minister, would leave Chihuahua to today
day today on a special train, to conveyto
Villa, the president's statement. Villa
is now with his troops sout hof Trin Trinidad.
idad. Trinidad. VILLA WANTS UNDERSTANDING
El Paso, June 5. It was stated au authoritatively
thoritatively authoritatively here today that at the
suggestion of high Villa officials, a
request had been made to Elisio Ar Ar-rodendo,
rodendo, Ar-rodendo, the Carranza representative
at Washington, for an outline of
some basis understanding between
the two Mexican leaders.
ITS HOT UIIUSAL
WARNING TO AMERICANS IN
GERMANY A REGULAR INCI INCIDENT
DENT INCIDENT OF WARTIME
(Associated Press)
Washington, June Ambassador
Gerard in Berlin, today cabled the
state department that reports of Am
ericans in Germany having been
warned to be. prepared to leave were
attributable to the United States
embassy's standing advice that the
European, war zone is not a desirable
place for Americans.
"The warning that stories have
reference to," said Secretary Bryan,
"is what ha3 been said all the time
since the war began; that is, during
the war, Europe is not a good place
for Americans to be in.
WILL PLAY NEXT
THURSDAY WITH WALDO
Manager Hunter this morning
booked a date with Waldo to play a
game on the Ocala diamond next
Thursday afternoon.
GONE FOR THEIR FAMILIES
Mr. R. E. Layton left today for his
former home in Arlington, Ga., where
he will spend two weeks, and will be
accompanied to Ocala by his family
and the family of his partner, Mr. W.
N. Lane. The gentlemen have leased
the large double residence on Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha avenue, the, property of Mrs.
Hickson.
APPOINTED U. S. ATTORNEY
A Good Office for John L. Neeley of
Leon
Washington, June 5 The presi president
dent president has appointed John, L. Neeley
United States attorney for the North Northern
ern Northern district of Florida.
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line vi
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Stoie,
FOURTH-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.
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
For roofing, guttering and sheet
metal work phone 388. R. E. Yonge
& Company. 31-6t
Baseballs at The Murray Company.

JUNE 5, 1915

FACTIOUS MAY 111 III
FOR PEACE
ALL ABOARD
Marion County Should be Well Rep Represented
resented Represented at the Dixie Highway
Meeting
All aboard for Orlando June 10th.
Are you going? Will you take your
car? Don't let good old Marion be
found short on this day, its too im important.
portant. important. All South Florida will be
there. The Florida commissioners
will be there and we want as good
and as strong a delegation as is pos possible
sible possible from our city -end county, we
should not exhibit that spirit indi indicating
cating indicating that because we are on the
route we should take no interest in
the meeting. Hurry up and phone
381 if you are going, also if you will
use your car. Remember the eyes of
all Florida are on us watching to see
what counties and sections are the
most active and anxious to get this
great highway. Marion has repre representation,
sentation, representation, your secretary, on the
special committee of the Florida Cen Central
tral Central Highway Association, that has
charge of this meeting and the com committee
mittee committee is anxious to have the largest
good roads gathering ever held, so
that when the route is selected every
county and community will go to
work to make this highway an as assured
sured assured fact, and not a paper highway.
We want to prove that we will have
our roads ready and in use long be before
fore before the five per cent, that ex ex-governor
governor ex-governor Jennings said would be
ready in 20 days after .the highway
was dedicated. We can do it, and
we must do it. Then join with us
to make it sure. J. D. Rooney,
Member Committee.
List of Those Entered
R. L. Martin.
C. L. Anderson.
Geo. L. Taylor.
L. B. Mershon, with car.
Mr. J. P. Phillips, with car will go
from Largo.
Mr. HI C. Jones, with car.
Phone 381 and get on the list.
AT TnE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Grace Episcopal Church
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
10:15 a. m. Morning prayer.
m m m
Methodist
, (Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. -Sunday School.
11 a. m. Preaching.
Subject, Popular Education vs.
Christian Education.
3 p. m. Junior League.
4 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
All cordially invited. Strangers
always welcome.
Baptist
(Rev. Bunyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday SchooL
11 a. m. Pastor will preach.
Text: "Be ye therefore imitators
of God, as beloved children." Eph.
5:1-14.
6:45 p. m. B-lend Y-our P-rayers
U-nceasingly.
7:45 p. m. (N. B.-7:45) Evening
service.
Topic: Redemption and Reception.
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Com, Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Molasses feeds. Cotf
Best Thing for a Bilious Attack
"On account of my confinement in
the printing office I have for years
been a chronic sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I had an attack that was so 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.
New shoes at Fishers.
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FOR OHO

USE ENERGY

THE TEUTONIC ALLIES

FIERCE CAMPAIGN AGAIIIST
ASSAULT Oil THE

(Associated Press)

London, June 5. German air
ships again crossed the North Sea
last -night and dropped bombs on the
east and southeast coasts of England.
While the censors permitted none of
the details to be made public, availa
ble reports say little damage was
done. Apparently casualties are not
numerous.
SUBS SUNK MANY SHIPS
Five more British vessels have
been sunk by German submarines. No
loss of life resulted.
WAR IN THE WEST
Preparations for a new German as assault
sault assault on the western front are re reported
ported reported under way. It is believed here
that following the f all of Przemysl
the Germans may undertake a ser serious
ious serious offensive in France 'and Bel Belgium.
gium. Belgium. Along the portion of the line
north of Arras, German reinforce reinforcements
ments reinforcements have been brought up and the
allies have been. driven from some
positions recently gained.
. IN THE EAST
On the Galician front in the east,
heavy fighting continues all along the
front. From Vienna reports it would
appear that the Austro-German arm armies
ies armies are still sweeping back the Rus Russians.
sians. Russians. Petrograd, however, claims
success in several engagements. Ap Apparently
parently Apparently the Russians have been able
to maintain a front east of Przemysl
EMPEROR CONFERRING WITn
THE ARCHDUKE
. Berlin, June 5. Emperor William
arrived at. the headquarters of Field
Marshal Archduke Frederick, Aus Austrian
trian Austrian commander-in-chief, yesterday,
to take part in the celebration of the
archduke's birthday anniversary.
Also it is reported that a- possible
formation of a coalition government
for Hungary is talked of.
AN ANNUAL EVENT"
Excursion to Valdosta, Macon and
Atlanta by G. S. & F.
The annual personally conducted
excursion to Valdosta, Macon and At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta over the Georgia Southern &
Florida Railway will be operated on
Tuesday, June 8, and from all indica indications
tions indications it promises to be one of the
most successful ever operated by this
line.
The round trip rate from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to Valdosta will be $2, to Macon
$4 and to Atlanta $6. The rate from
Hampton to Valdosta will be $2.25,
to Macon $4.50, to Atlanta $6X0; from
Palatka to Valdosta $2X0, to Macon
$4X0 and to Atlanta $6X0; and from
Lake Butler the rates will be the sam
as from Jacksonville. Tickets will be
honored going on special 9a.ni. train
and on regular 7:40 p. m. train and
will be good returning on. any regular
train up to and including Sunday,
June 13.
The special train leaves Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville at 8 a. m. This train will carry
separate coaches for white and col colored
ored colored people and also buffet Pullman
cars for those desiring such accom accommodations,
modations, accommodations, and' will run on a fast
schedule, making only one or two
stops to pick up additional passeng passengers,
ers, passengers, and arriving Valdosta at 11:15 a.
m., Macon 4:30 p. m and Atlanta
7:45 p. m. Excursion tickets will be
honored also on regular train leaving
Jacksonville at 7:40 p. m., and arriv arriving
ing arriving Valdosta 10:57 p. m., Macon
4:24 a. m. and Atlanta 7:40 a. ra.
This train will be provided with ex extra
tra extra coaches and sleepers for Macon
and Atlanta.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds cf sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf

ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE

NO. 131
C"3
BEING DISPLAYED
RUSSIANS FOLLOWED
BRITISH ID FH01C1I
ARE FRIENDLY
IU flliJLlUUliiilJ
OUR PEOPLE IN LONDON WARN WARN-ED
ED WARN-ED BY UNKNOWN VOICES
. OVER PnONES
(Associated Press)
London, June 5.-l-Several residents
of London today informed American
Consul General Skinner they had re received
ceived received ananyraous telephone calls last
night, warning them to leave London
immediately with their families.
Among those notified was M. K.
Shaler, a member of the American
Belgian Relief Commission, who was
told by an unknown voice over tho
telephone not to leave his home, dur during
ing during thenight and to-fill the bath
tubs in his residence with water.
MEXICANS STARVING
AT MONTEREY
Laredo, June 5. A mob composed
of ten thousand starving and desper desperate
ate desperate people are robbing and destroying
property at Monterey in their demand
for food. Gen. Villa's garrison lift
Monterey .May 18th and since that
time hungry peons have been looting
groceries, bakeries, banks and stores
with unrestricted frenzy.
NEW CITIZEN FOR OCALA
Mr. C. L. McCaskill has arrited in
Ocala to make his home with us and
will engage in the contracting and
building business with his brother,
Mr. J. D. McCaskilL The two broth brothers
ers brothers .will push the building business
and the sale of Badger Board in this
territory. .
CHICKENS FOR SALE
Fat hens, 18 cents per pound gross
at the Marion Mercantile Co. 5-2 1
TEACHERS EXAMINATION
"Notce is hereby -given that the reg reg-ualr
ualr reg-ualr teachers examination 'will be
held in Ocala beginning on Tuesday,
June 8, 1915. The regular fee of $1
will be charged at the beginning cf
the work and applicants will provide
themselves with cap paper and writ writing
ing writing material., Very respectfully,
5-7-51-sat J. 11. Brinson, Supt
STOCK FEED
We now have on hand a full line cf
atock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store-
Call and see the weekly war pic
tures 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
Buy your arugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the btr t always. 4-27-tf
Special bargains at Fishel's. tf
For plumbing and electrical work
ee II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 1
If you want to rent a house, get a
wargain, see S. II. Christian. 14-lra
TiexhTi l iver Salts puts vim into
lajr livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
Vulcanizing. All work guaranteed.
Blalock Bros., 107 Oklawaha Atc In
Fishel wants your trade. tf



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AWFUL HARD FIGHT,
BUT ITS OVER
A telegram from Tallahassee to
Mr. J. M. Meffert announces that the
legislature adjourned last night, after
passing all bills submitted by the
Ocala city council, and turning down
all private bills.
The people of the city have had a
fight to preserve their property in intact,
tact, intact, but they have won, thanks prin principally
cipally principally to the bunch of public spirit spirited
ed spirited citizens who used their own time
f cf inf 1'n t Vo nnnnlr int.prpst.
VTllliUUb V v Y MT
FLORIDA POWER COMPANY
MAY EXTEND ITS LINES
The Star is informed that the Flor
ida Power Company will extend
cables for carrying its current from
its plant on the Withlacoochee to the
neighborhood of Ocala.
The company cannot enter Ocala
without consent of the city. But the
Star sees no reason why it shouldn't
supply neighboring towns with cur current.
rent. current. Ocala only wants to hold her
She is not disposed to play the
part of the dog in the manger.
Two Marion county men came
prominently before the public in con consequence
sequence consequence of the just ended session of
the legislature. Mr. W. J. Crosby
introduced the grandfather clause,
which became law. There is much
criticism of this measure, but it is
intended to diminish the irresponsi irresponsible
ble irresponsible and purchasable vote of both
races. Our present law gives any
vagabond who has just come into a
community as much weight at the
polls as a responsible man who has
been a citizen for twenty years. Mr.
P. H. Nugent," clerk of the circuit
court of Marion was active in fram framing
ing framing this law and placing it in Mr.
Crosby's hands. Mr. Crosby fathered
the law which may take, the unfair
road tax off the farmers. In these
two measures alone, without men mentioning
tioning mentioning much hard work of a less
prominent character, he has done well
by his constituents. Mr. Henderson
hasn't been much in the lime-light,
but the record shows he has been on
the job, looking after the interests
of his constituents and voting right
on most leading measures. Marion's
two men have made a very good re record.
cord. record. Mr. R. S. Hall, interviewed yester yesterday
day yesterday in regard to the Florida Life In Insurance
surance Insurance Company, said that in his
opinion all the policy holders of that
institution were safe. Mr. Hall is a
member of the committee that has
the affairs of the company in charge,
and says that at the coming meeting
in Jacksonville next week an attempt
will be made to straighten, out mat matters
ters matters and save money, if possible, for
the stockholders as well as the policy
holders. The Florida Life did an ex excellent
cellent excellent business, and nothing but mis mismanagement
management mismanagement caused its troubles. It
may have a somewhat similar exper experience
ience experience to that of the Mutual, New York
Life and some of the other biggest
companies in the country -ten years
ago. They were brought to the verge
of ruin by corruption and mismanage mismanagement
ment mismanagement of their officials, but their af affairs
fairs affairs were taken in hand by compe competent
tent competent and honest men, and they are
now stronger than ever.
Mr. A. H. Goodwin, representing
the Dodson Printers Supply Company
of Atlanta, has been in the city call calling
ing calling on the printers. As a result of
his visit the Star will shortly install
press. Thirteen years ago, Mr. Good Goodwin
win Goodwin installed the press on which the
Star has been printed ever since. It
was a fine press then and is a good
one now, but can't keep up with our
steadily increasing work. Mr. Good Goodwin
win Goodwin is a veteran pressman as well as
an up-to-date salesman. What he
doesn't know about printing ma-
; chines may safely be forgotten.
Governor Trammell has appointed
S. J. Hilburn of Palatka judge of the
fourth judicial circuit, and E. Noble
Calhoun of St. Augustine state attor attorney
ney attorney for the same circuit. Both gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen are well 'known in Ocala. Mr.
Calhoun is a son of that eminent
lawyer, Benjamin P. Calhoun, one of
the leaders at the bar twenty-five
years ago, and is a brother of En Ensign
sign Ensign Calhoun of the United States
navy, who married an Ocala girl,
Miss Margaret Anderson.
The Star has received an invitation
to be present at the banquet to be
given in the honor of Senator Flet Fletcher
cher Fletcher at the Mason Hotel, in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, next Monday evening, and will
be represented if possible.
The Germans have issued a state statement
ment statement which claims the Russians be-

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haved worse in East Prussia than the
Germans are accused of behaving in
Belgium. Probably they did. Better
conduct, however, was expected of
the Germans than of the Russians.
The lesson from both to America is
that we should leave nothing undoiu
to keep invaders oft" our soil.
HOW OCALA WILL LOOK
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS HENCE
( Continued from Yesterday)
As he spoke, he twirled his steer steering
ing steering wheel, and our craft swung its
nose down the stream. For several
minutes we skimmed along until we
were over CarmichaeFs farm. No Nowhere
where Nowhere could I see any signs of the
double line of swamp, once so famil familiar.
iar. familiar. The land seemed cultivated to the
water's edge. Even in the night, I
could make out the constantly suc
ceeding fields, interspersed here and
there with the orderly masses ot or orange
ange orange grove foliage. Every hundred
yards or so, a short distance back from
the river, was a little bunch of houses,
evidently" the buildings of a farm. A
broad highway ran along each side
of the stream, from a quarter to half
a mile back. Narrower roads cross crossing
ing crossing the wide ones, came down to the
river, and ran far back in the coun country,
try, country, their lines plainly marked by the
lights, of which one" hung at least
every hundred yards. Paralleling the
main road on the north bank was a
trolley line or rather tram car line,
for all the cars carried their own
power. Along this, even at this hour
in the mdrning, glided an owl car,
outward bound, and some three miles
away was another coming in. Some
distance south a double line of lamps
marked the highway to Sharpe's fer ferry,
ry, ferry, and after crossing it curved away
to the southeast for DeLand. The riv river
er river wound below like a silver ribbon,
and every few hundred yards a bunch
of lights on its surface "told that a
boat was going up or down. Then up
to us floated the' sound of the regu regular
lar regular clanging beat of wheels on rails,
and a long sword of white light stab stabbed
bed stabbed thru the darkness to the south southeast,
east, southeast, followed by a rushing row of
shining eyes, throwing their gleam to
right and left, as the southbound
"Comet Limited" from the faraway
Pacific coast shot along over Rentz's
old log road, now. a highway of bal ballasted
lasted ballasted steel, in its race to meet the
morning sun as it rose from the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic off the Indian river inlet.
The aviator brought the mono monoplane
plane monoplane around, and as we glided back
toward the city the fragrance of the
rose gardens at Arden came up to us.
Meantime I thought that with all the
motive power visible even in the wee,
sma' hours I had seen no smoke and
scented no smell. Devoured with
curiosity I inquired: "What's your
power gasoline ?
, The aviator was silent a minute,
then let off a whoop of laughter.
"Gasoline," said he; "I'll wager my
month's pay there isn't a hundred
gallons in a hundred miles. It's only
sold in pints and quarts in the drug drugstores.
stores. drugstores. I -use electricity everybody,
everything, uses electricity. Its the
one power -we light and heat with it.
"Where is your storage battery and
engine?"
He tapped the box in front of him.
"Here is power .and light for a hun hundred
dred hundred hours, at ordinary speed. It
would take me to New York and back
with several branch excursions."
He was silent a minute, then ask asked:
ed: asked: "Pardon my curiosity, but where
have you been keeping yourself?"
"Out in the woods."
"You must have been over at Ches Ches-sahowitzka
sahowitzka Ches-sahowitzka then. I understand some
people went in there when the war
broke out and. have stayed ever
since."
Possible Chessahowitzka would do
better than the improbable truth, so I
let it go at that.
"How comes electricity to be so
plentiful and cheap?"
He considered a minute. "It will
take some time to answer you, so we
will fly over Lake Weir."
He sent the plane up several hun hundred
dred hundred feet with a smooth glide that
again brought us over the sleepily
glimmering city. Another aeroplane
cut the air below us, going to the
southeast, and a third came from the
south, evidently steering for some
point up the Seaboard. Each flashed a
light as it passed, to whicli my pilot
replied. He pushed a lever a little,
and the propeller behind sung louder,
and looking down I saw the dim land landscape
scape landscape race much more swiftly back backward.
ward. backward. "I can't tell you all about elec electricity,"
tricity," electricity," said the aviator; "It was
here when I came along, and I am
only thirty years old. Eut I can re remember
member remember when they were having all
sorts of trouble and expense with
gasoline and steam, trusts and extor-

tior.ate prices. When 1 was a boy, j Gainesville, Orlando, DeLand or
they had great hopes of hydro-elec- j Leesburg could help us. We have help help-trie
trie help-trie poer that is, current generat- j ed Gainesville, Leesburg and Dunnel Dunnel-ed
ed Dunnel-ed by water power. But it took lots of j Ion
money to put in hydro-electric plants; j "How about ships and railroad
thev were all built bv rich men or trains?"

corporations, and so there was noth-
ling in them for the people. Then the
the air was discovered."
"Who discovered it Edison?"
"No; Caldwell."
"What Caldwell?"
Joseph Caldwell of Ocala.'
I had chewed the rag with that 1
same individual the morning before
I went to sleep, but I always called
him "Joe," and it took me a second
or two to recognize him under a dig-
fnified name.
"Joe Caldwell, superintendent of
the Ocala electric plant?"
"The same. When the city put in
its combined water and electric plant
some twenty-four years ago, Mr.
Caldwell was in charge. On account
of his devotion to the cause of public
ownership, he was blacklisted by the
electric trusts, and knew that if he
should lose his position he would
have to go to work at something
else. He knew about all about electric
machinery that there was to know,
and had given some thought to the
theory, untried then, of drawing elec electricity
tricity electricity from the air. Of course, ev everybody
erybody everybody knew there was electricity in
the air, but how to take it out in a
practical way was the difficulty.
Caldwell studied the matter and final finally
ly finally put up a toy plant on his own
premises. He coupled a quarter horse horsepower
power horsepower motor to an ordinary steel rod
with magnetized branches of a 'com 'composite
posite 'composite metal he thought would do, and
started the apparatus to working. He
didn't expect much from it, so hadn't
insulated it carefully, and as soon as
it began to move he received a shock
that sent him spinning. He kept on
experimenting, and soon found that
with his quarter horsepower motor he
could charge a storage battery from
the air as quickly as a twenty-five
horsepower engine could generate the
same amount of current in the old
way.
"He went before the city govern government
ment government with an account of his discov
ery, and asked permission to improve
on it at the city plant. The council
gave -him permission of course. He
started out with a second-hand vapor
engine in one corner of the plant,
and the first-day's work proved his
theory was perfectly feasible. By this
time, the big electric companies had
heard of what he was doing, and of
fered him a million dollars for his in
vention. He said it wasn't for sale; j
that he Avas going to give it to all
the world free. That night as he went
home, two men opened fire on him
with pistols. They missed him and
made their escape, but the town was
boiling mad, and for the next two
months a stranger couldn't, enter
Ocala without' he brought credentials
and was searched to the skin beside.
But it was no use to either try to
bribe or kill Caldwell, for he gave the
details of the invention to the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press next day, with permis permission
sion permission for the whole world to use it.
The city government put in an auxil auxiliary
iary auxiliary aero plant, and it took half the
load. By that time they were putting
them in all over the country. From
every tillage that could raise a thou thousand
sand thousand dollars to the big cities with
half a million, they began drawing
current from the atmosphere. The big
electric companies put them in them themselves,
selves, themselves, or went to pieces. It broke
up all the combinations, for there was
no use in even a sawmill buying cur current
rent current from a company if it could make
it on its own ground. About that time
Edison perfected the compact storage
battery to the work on which he gave
the last years of his life, and that and
aero-electric plants went together
like right hand and left."
"How is it," I asked, "that every
man doesn't make his own current
instead of buying it from a central
plant?"
"He can if he wants to. A ten ten-dollar
dollar ten-dollar apparatus will light his house,
and one for fifty will give him current
for heat and cooking as well as light,
and charge his auto beside. But if he
takes his current from the city plant,
it puts him in a meter and a storage
battery for ten dollars, then charges
him an average of ten cents a day if
he has a good-sized house, and one,
two or three cents if he has a small
one. He can charge his auto from his
house meter if he wants to, or he can
stop at any supply station, couple on,
put a jitney in the slot and receive
current to run the car for a hundred
hours. Every cent he pays the city
goes to paying the city expenses, and
he receives all of it back again except
what is paid city officers. Ocala peo people
ple people pay no city taxes the people of
very few cities in America do.
"Another reason why most people
in a city take power from the city is
that even a little electric plant has
its dangers and a man can't have one
in his house unless it is a safe house,
and he can show he knows how to
take care of his plant. Out in the
country its different; many farms
have their own plants; but those near
the cities and towns generally' pat patronize
ronize patronize the central stations."
"Doesn't this make everybody very
dependent on the central station?
Whenever one is put out of business,
doesn't it make a great deal of in inconvenience
convenience inconvenience on everybody in it3 rad radius?"
ius?" radius?" "Not so much as formerly. Every
house, firm or plant has a storage
battery kept charged for a hundred
hours. It is very seldom that a plant
is shut down for four days. Ours
hasn't been shut down for one day
since it started. If it was, it could ob obtain
tain obtain current from some other city.

"Every ship big enough to carry

wireless carries its .electric plant.
use
same machinery for both purposes.
Railroad trains could carry their own
plant but find it cheaper to buy the
po?r. The government owns all the
railroads, and crefers to take current
from the plants of the cities the line
run thru."
"Could you carry an aero plant on
this aeroplane?"
"It would be too clumsy and heavy.
Iut all dirigible airships, Zeppelins,
etc., carry them."
"But what will become of the world
when you use up all this electricity,
which you are drawing on so heav heavily?
ily? heavily? How long will the supply last?"
The airman laughed. "Not a bit of
it is wasted. It is drawn out of the
air, does its work and goes back into
the air to be used again. The only
difference noted is that there are nev
er any thunderstorms near the centers
that use great quantities of electric electricity.
ity. electricity. It is kept more evenly distribut distributed,
ed, distributed, and consequently doesn't stack up
until it explodes in atmospheric dis
turbances.'
(Continued in our next)
Do you own that vacant lot across
the street that is covered with weeds
and rubbish? Don't you think it
would improve the looks of things if
you would have it cleaned up?
When the fire bell rings who knows
where the fire is? Would it not be a
good idea to divide Orlando into four
sections, southeast, northeast, south
west and northwest, giving one, two,
three and four distinct and separate
rings of the fire bell for the above re
spective sections of the city. Orlan
do Sentinel.
It surely would. Ocala and every
other big city in the country adopted
the system from twenty-five to forty
years ago.
The Star doesn't know whether
there is a city ordinance against the
qpen garbage can or box, but it
thinks our citizens should have pride
enough to procure one of these nee
essary conveniences. An open gar
bage receptacle does not give off a
pleasant odor these hot days.
Unless Governor Trammell disap
proves the bill passed by the legisla
ture, the office of state game com
missioner will be abolished. Mr. E
Z. Jones will in that case lose his E Z
job.
The. Stat 'can't understand why
some American papers poke fun at
the Russians. From all we can read
of the records they have done better
fighting in proportion to their
chances ,than the soldiers of any
other nation,? and have gone further
into the enemy's country.
Not much has been heard of Mon Montenegro
tenegro Montenegro since" the first few months. of
the war. But the Montenegrins have
held their end up, have kept Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians off their soil, twice invaded
Austria and made their getaway with
small loss, and ever since the war be began
gan began have kept the Austrian garrison
at Cattaro shut up behind its de defenses.
fenses. defenses. TheServant
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 THEJI IIELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make. a big gas bill.
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when you need additional money we can let you
have it. Ask our customers if we do not take care
of them when money is scarce.
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Just Air.
With good air. jrwd water and a
good knowledge of the Ln;;iiIj tuiiiuit
any man ought to be able to make h.
own way anywhere, and this, uf course,
includes wuuiau tjo. The deep breatli
lag man is the deep thinking uuu. In
addition, a man U just as old as bis
lungs, and so b a woman. for her
looks always keep pace with her lungs
If there be any cure-all hi existence
that cure-all is air just air, simply air
the foe of disease and the friend of
the weak, and Ly that is not meant a
mixture of air and various sundry
gases, but pure outdoor air, sunlit
when you can get it. Air H good for
what ails you. whatever it is. Tlie wo woman
man woman who uses tbis outdoor air need
not' fear for her complexion. She can
throw away her box of paint and all
her chalks and powders, for air is a
master artist who needs no colors l.ut
his own and whose beauty parlor Is
all the great outdoors. David Ilerriott
In Morgan Park (I1U Tost.
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 recom recommended,
mended, 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, Crooksville, Ohio.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
On Saturday and Monday, 1C
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar's worth of "other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
SEE HiK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnisnes the
Merchant's Cafe every day- with
fresh vegetr jles, milk and eggs, tf
'Ladies waists at Flsfiel's.
Trade at Fishel's.
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OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAlt
Ocala Chapter, No. 20,' O. E. S
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of eacb
month at o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y-
OCALiA LODGE JU. 28J, IX. P. O. K.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tiuesday even evenings
ings evenings In each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofQce, east side.
David S. Willi una. E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary.- Ad
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventiona
held every Monefay at 8 p. m at
Caste Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial Telcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Cta3. ,K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, IL A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. IL S. Wesson, II. P.
Jake B ro xn Secretary.
OcALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Sarah C. Blitch, M. E. C.
Kate B. HowelL M. R.' and II. a
LItION-DUNN MASOXIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge rs. Jc
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Yonge's Hal)
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary Ad Ad-Charles
Charles Ad-Charles Goddard. C. C
WOODMKA OF THE WORLD
Fot King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hallfi at 8 p. m., every
second and foarth Friday. Vlsltln?
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Herk.
LOVAL OKlER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. tyy. L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. n.
Visiting brethern always welcome io
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffloo.

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Thought for the Day
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All who joy would w in must share
it happiness was born a twin.
Byron.
Miss Eoline Spearman Wedded in'
Pennsylvania
Of cordial interest to society will
be the following condensed account
of the marriage of Miss Eoline Spear Spearman
man Spearman of Sharon, Pa., who with Misses
Jeannette Sadlier of New York and
Ethel Carter of Connecticut, visited
Miss Janet Weathers four winters
ago. The wedding took place April
24 and the Sharon Herald says:
Simplicity in detail marked the
wedding of Miss Cordelia Eoline,
daughter of Mrs. Francis Spearman,
and George Augustus Keene Sutton
of Kingsland, N. J., which was sol solemnized
emnized solemnized at the home of the bride.
The ceremony was performed in the
drawing room by the Rev. W. M. Dief Dief-enderfer,
enderfer, Dief-enderfer, in the presence of fifty
guests, including the members of the
immediate families and a few inti intimate
mate intimate friends.
The bride wore a simple but ele ele-gant
gant ele-gant gown of ivory duchess satin,
made with a circular train, which fell
in graceful lines from the waist. The
only trimming' was on the waist and
was Georgette crepe and pearls and
brilliants. -Her only ornament was a
handsome heart-shaped pendant of
pearls and diamondsset in platinum,
the gift of the groom. Her tulle veil
was caught-about the coiffure with a
few pearls. She wore a corsage bou bouquet
quet bouquet of white sweet peas and maiden maidenhair
hair maidenhair fern.
The matron of honor was- Mrs.
Archibald S. Harlowe of Springfield,
Mass., who wore her wedding gown
of white crepe de chene, draped with
accordean pleated chiffon and trim trimmed
med trimmed with duchess lace and pearl
trimming. She wore a corsage bouquet
of pink and white sweet peas and
maidenhair fern. Mrs. Harlowe was
formerly Miss Jeannette Sadlier and
it was at her wedding last June at
Walden, N. that Miss Spearman
and Mr. Sutton met, the latter being
a distant relative of Mrs. Harlowe.
Three cousins of the bride, with
Miss x Ethel Carter of Waterbury,
Conn., were the bridesmaids. Horace
S. Gould of Brooklyn, N. Y., was best
man and Arthur W. Britton of East
Orange, N. J., completed the bridal
party.
Simple, and exquisite decorations
were used throughout the rooms. At
the bride's table were seated the
bridal party and two cousins of the
bride. The centerpiece was a' large
glass boat of Killarney roses. Small
tables were used in serving the
guests.
The couple left for a wedding trip
by automobile, the destination of
which has been kept a secret. Trav Traveling,
eling, Traveling, the bride wore a sand colored
suit and black hat, faced with sand
messaline and trimmed with roses.
At home cards announce that Mr.
and Mrs. Sutton will be at home to
their friends after June 1 at 731
Ridgeroad, Kingsland, Lyndhurst.
Rutherford, N. J.
The bride is a charming and well
known young woman and since the
announcement of her engagement
some time ago has been much feted.
She is a graduate of Sharon high
school, class of '07, and of Emma
Willard School at Troy, N. Y. Mr.
Sutton is the son of Frederick E.
Sutton and is a prominent lawyer of
Rutherford and is recorder of Kings Kings-land.
land. Kings-land. He is a graduate of the Colum Columbia
bia Columbia Law School, class of 1903.
Mrs. T. I. Arnold of Jacksonville is
spending a few days in the city with
her husband, Mr. T. I. Arnold, who is
stopping at the Arms House.
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Mrs. Arthur Clark and Arthur
Clark Jr. will arrive tomorrow from
Jacksonville to spend several weeks
with Mrs. Clark's mother, Mrs. S. A.
Standler. fc
Mrs. James Hill and son James,
left this afternoon for Lake Weir to
spend the summer with Mrs. Hill's
brother, Mr. John Carney.
Miss Rexie Todd, who has been at
tending school in Nashville, will reach
Atlanta tonight to be the guest of
her brother, Dr. Benjamin Todd for a
week or ten days, before returning to
Ocala to spend the summer with her
mother, Mrs. R. G. Todd.
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Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford, Miss;
Agnes Burford and Mr. Sam Bur-
ford are planning to go to Troy, Ala.,
the middle of next month to visit rel-
atives
Mrs. Ben Gurner of Tampa is the j
guest for a week of Mrs. Mary Eagle-;
ton, arriving yesterday. Mrs. Gurner
will be pleasantly remembered herej
as Miss Hattie Curry and her return!
visit to her former home will give
pleasure to her many friends. j
.
The Tampa Times of yesterday con-'
tained an interesting account of the!
marriage Thursday evening of Mr. C. ;
Harold Nash Jr. and Miss Vert Utter.
The groom is the son of Rev. C. H.
Nash, for many years pastor of the
Baptist church in Ocala, and among
the out of town guest3 were Mr. andj
Mrs. G. A. Nash of Ocala, the former j
acting as his brother's best man. The
wedding took place in the Presbyter

department, call ph

Lone 106)
ian church, which was elaborately
decorated for the occasion and the
wedding personnel was large. Rev.
Nash officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Nash
are now at home to their friend3 at
their home on Waverly avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. C J. Combs, who
came to Ocala in April from Steam Steamboat
boat Steamboat Spring, Colo., have gone to Fort
Lauderdale for a fortnight visit to
friends, after which they expect to
return to Marion county to locate at
Reddick, Mr. Combs being interested
in live stock.
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Miss Beulah Hall before leaving
Brenau for South Carolina, spent
several days in Atlanta, going down
I especially to attend the marriage
I Wednesday of Miss Annie Louise
Pagett to Mr. D. L. Rudolph of
Gainesville, Ga. Mrs. Rudolph is an
I alumnae of Brenau and has numbers
i of friends in Ocala who will wish her
I happiness. Miss Hall and Miss Carol
I Dean, a former visitor, were among
jthe attendants, the former one of
i four ribbon bearers and the latter
one of the maids of honor. Miss Hall
wore a pink tulle gown and carried
pink sweet peas and blue hydrangeas.
Among the out of town guests pres present
ent present were Mrs. H. H. Dean of Gaines
ville, who visited Mrs. Henry Living
ston last winter. Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph
have gone east on their wedding trip.
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Methodist church held its
monthly meeting at the church yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon with a good attend attendance.
ance. attendance. The vice presidents gave good
reports. Sixteen babies were report reported
ed reported added to -the baby roll; 20 sub subscribers
scribers subscribers to the Missionary Voice.
Mrs. McConathy reported $126.50
collected on the calendar and urged
the months and weeks to collect the
amount now due as six months have
elapsed since this was undertaken.
Mrs. Hampton was appointed to 'as 'assist
sist 'assist the treasurer by collecting the
amount of the society's pledge for
missions. A committee was appointed
to notify the members of the meeting
of the society the first and third Fri Fridays
days Fridays in the month. The literary meet meeting
ing meeting two weeks from Friday will be
led by Mrs. F. R. Bridges. ?The
Working Girl in Our Midst" is the
subject. A letter from the' Confer Conference
ence Conference president, Mrs. Hansom, was
read, telling of the annual meeting
of the Woman's Missionary Society
of the Florida Conference. No
change in conference officers and a
very pleasant meeting which was held
at Miami.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
i BOX CMMES
We have the best 50c pound
box Chocolates ever offered
in Ocala. Each one-pound
box contains from fifteen to
eighteen varieties, including
Nugatines, Cherries, Straw,
berries. Ginger, Raisins, Co Co-coanuts.
coanuts. Co-coanuts. Batter Toffee and
Caramels.
Fresh shipment just receiv received.
ed. received. E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed -Embalmers
WILBUR W. C. S&1ITH
Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
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Music Teacher and Composer
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FIVE DELICIOUS RECIPES.
TOMATOES en Casserole. Season
a jar of tomatoes with salt and
pepper, pour half the Jar In the
casserole, sprinkle generouslj with
dried bread cubes wbich have been
browned In butter, pour In the remain remainder
der remainder of the tomatoes and cover with
bread cubes; bake twenty minutes In
a moderate oven. The bread cubes will
absorb some of the surplus juice, and
the browned butter will flavor the
whole dish.
Browned Corn Pats. To one pint jar
of crushed com. free from the liquor,
add one eg,. a little salt, a tablespoon tablespoon-ful
ful tablespoon-ful each of sugar and melted butter
and sufficient flour so the corn may be
formed In little croquettes; strap each
croquette with two thin strips of ba bacon,
con, bacon, place In a slightly greased pan
and bake for half an hour.
String Bean Salad. To one pint Jar
of string bvans. chopped fine, add two
finely chopped hard Colled eggs and a
stalk of diced celery; cover with salad
dressing and serve on lettuce.
Buttered String Beans. Heat a Jar
of string beans and drain them; cover
with a sauce made from one table table-spoonful
spoonful table-spoonful of browned flour, heated in a
tablespoonful of melted butter; stir to
a paste and add a scant cupful of wa water
ter water and a pinch of salt
Pineapple Fritters. Every year I put
up several Jars of sugar loaf pineap pineapples
ples pineapples Just for fritters, says an experi experienced
enced experienced housekeeper. Instead of Jar Jarring
ring Jarring them In slices or blocks I dice them
fine and can with more sugar than
used ordinarily. When ready to make
tbe fritters I drain all the Juice from
the pineapple and keep It for the sauce.
For the fritters make a batter of the
following: Four eggs, beaten light; a
half pint of milk, a pinch of salt and a
neaping cupful of flour, sifted twice,
with a teaspoonful of baking powder.
Beat the butter well, and stir into It
a pint Jar of pineapple; fry In deep,
hot fat and serve with this sauce:
Stir Into tbe Juice from tbe pineapple
a half cupful of hot water, a table table-spoonful
spoonful table-spoonful of sugar and n piece of but butter
ter butter tbe slz of a walnut: briuz to a
boIL A little sherry or French brandy
may be added If desired.
nEROES IN TnE TRENCHES

Paris, Apr. 8. These men in the
trenches must keep incessant viligamce
against sudden attacks by the enemy.
The men who serve the artillery fixe
day and night oftentimes at an enemy
that is never seen.
Medical science will save more lives
this year than war will take, no matter
how terrifically murderous that war
may be. Then, too the food supply is
very carefully looked after by the com com-misariat.
misariat. com-misariat. The food supply of the sol soldiers
diers soldiers must be wholesome. Living in
the open air, the men are able to di digest
gest digest hard-tack with great relish Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon said, "An army fights on its
stomach." A man with a weak stom stomach
ach stomach is pretty sure to be a poor fighter.
It is difficult almost impossible for
anyone, man or woman if digestion is'
poor to succeed in business or social sociallyor
lyor sociallyor to enjoy life. In tablet or liq liquid
uid liquid form Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery helps weak stomachs to
strong, healthy action helps them to
digest the food tlet makes the good
rich blood which nourishes the entire
body.
This vegetable remedy, to a great
extent, puts the liver into activity
oils the machinery of the human sys system
tem system so that those who spend their
working hours at the desk, behind the
counter or in the home are rejuven rejuvenated
ated rejuvenated into vigorous health.
It has brought relief to many thous thousands
ands thousands every year for nearly fifty years.
It can relieve you and doubtless re restore
store restore your former health and strength.
At least you owe it to yourself to give
it a triaL Sold by medicine dealers
or send 50 cents for box of tablets
Dr. Pierce Invalid's Hotel and Surgi Surgical
cal Surgical institute, Buffalo, N. Y.
You can have Dr. Fierce s tonwion
Sense Medical Adviser of 1103 pages
in cloth binding, fully illustrated with
colored plates, for 3 dimes or 30 cents.
Read all about yourseu, your sys system,
tem, system, the physiology of life, sex prob problems,
lems, problems, marriage relations, anatomy, hy hygiene
giene hygiene exercise, disease and its pre prevention,
vention, prevention, simple home cures, etc.- Ad 5
SCHOOL
Mrs. Rex Todd will coach & limited
number of pupils. Phone 347 or call
at residence, corner of Lake Vexr
avenue and 8th street. 5-31-tf
ALL TIRED OUT
Hundreds More in Ocala in the Same
Plight
Tired all the time;
Weary and worn out night and day;
Back aches; head aches.
Your" kidneys are probably weak
ened.
You should help them at their work.
Let one who knows tell yoa how.
Mrs. M. A. Frost of 423 Broadway,
Ocala says: "For a long time I snr-
fered from kidney trouble. I had a
dull pain in my back and if I caught
cold or got my feet wet, 1 was worse.
I couldn't rest -well at nlgnt ana gox
un In the morning feeling tired ana
depressed, I -was also troubled by
dizziness and was in baa snape wnen
I got Doan's Kidney Pills at the
Carlisle Drug Co. In a few days they
brought me relief and continued tise
cured me."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mrs. Frost had. Foster-Mllburn
Co., Props Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 7
Lame Back
Lame back is usually due to rheu
matism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Keliei mav be naa
by massaging the back with Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable -every
where. Adv.
SHEET MUSIC! ir iU published,
we have it or can get for you. LAT-
TNEBS Piano Store. 4-21-tf.

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Gertrude McCoy and Bigelow Cooper in

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(Edison Three Reel Drame)
PATHE NEWS-With Colonel Heeza Liar.
FLIRTATIOUS LIZZIE-Kalem Comedy.
ADMISSION: From 3:10 to 10:30. 3 and 10 Cents.

IVARM SUMMER

Is a Regular "Bonanza" for Insects.
They thrive and breed like "wildfire." No mat matter
ter matter if your house is screened. Roaches, Moths, Flies
and Mosquitoes will get in. Thtse filthy carriers of
discomfort and disease will give you trouble unless
you combat them. Don't give 'em a chance USE
FENOLE, that cleanly spray, that peerless house household
hold household disinfectant and insect destroyer
FENOLE
Is sold in Ocala by
.Mclver &. Mackay, 0. K. Tea.Pot Grocery.

Tydings Drug Co.,

. filAMQN 'HAR0UAR5 80.
Vi DOLES ALE DISTRIBUTORS OF FES OLE PRODUCTS

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A GASOLINE ENGINE IS THE BEST INVESTMENT
ANY FARMER CAN MAKE, BECAUSE IT SAVES
LABOR AND IS READY TO WORK ATTALL. TIMES.
YOU CAN RUN YOUR CREAM SEPARATOR, FEED
GRINDER, FANNING MILL, WASHING MACHINE,
GRIND STONE, PUMP, SAW AND OTHER. BACK BACK-BREAKING
BREAKING BACK-BREAKING WORK AT VERY SMALL COST. LETTS
TALK IT OVER COME INTHEY ARE PRICED BY
THE HORSE P6VER AND PRICED REASONABLY.
HARDWARE CHIP AM
PHONE 118, - OCALA, FLA.

BAD TASTE "AMD
1 POOR ECONOMY

Is in evidence when yoa wear a soiled Palm Beach suit. We are pre prepared
pared prepared to clean them on short notice at a reasonable price, there therefore
fore therefore there's no need for wearing: them in a soiled condition. TTe
clean and press them entirely by hand, doing away with the hard
wear caused by machinery. Only soft water used. Call phone 21 and
let us show yoa how neatly we can clean your suit.

MIAL SMI LAUfJD

I FLORENCE C. WILLIAMS -.
I Braids, Switches and TranrZorraalloxis
Made from your own combings
Scalp Treatment, Facial P.Iassarjc
Shampooing and Manicuring
Growing flair on Bald
Heads a Specialty
Hair Matched for Braids Switches, Etc
WILL CALL
Residence 415 S. Orange St. Phone 1G2
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OCALA EVENING STAfc, SATURDAY, JUNE 5. 1913
A TRANSLATION

OCALA OCCURENCES

Baskets at The Murray Company.
. Charlie and Cranford Standley, who
have been camping at Lake Weir for
some time, have returned home.
Globe-Wernicke cabinets and office
appliances at The Murray Company.
Mr. F. G. B. Weihe is having some
substantial improvements made on
his home on North Orange street.
Victrolas and Victor records at
The Murray Company.
3t
Mr. Lester Marsh is now residing
at Leesburg, where he has a position
in the offices of Mr. E. H. Mote.
Baseball goods at The Murray
Company. 3t
Mr. W. J. Hilands, who has been in
the east for the past ten days, is in
Washington just now. He will return
home next week.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Mr. Ed Dreyfous has heard of the
death of an old friend, Mr. Henry
Peyser, who was for many years an
esteemed citizen of Macon.
Anybody to see the auto truck
come in yesterday from the Carmi Carmi-chael
chael Carmi-chael farm would have thought it was
a farm wagon from the mountain of
hay on top of it.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
fVia f7Vml?a vf Rummorfi oll ora
lading steps xct nave r atner u. xsoi xsoi-tolacio
tolacio xsoi-tolacio of St. Phillips' church visit
their mission every third Friday of
each month.
A1 i A 1 A 1 T A
The Temple has a specially fine bill
tonight, a thrilling 3-reel Edison
drama, beside the Pathe News with a
cartoon attached, and a lively Kalem
comedy. Just the right entertain entertainment
ment entertainment for a Saturday night crowd.
The Western Union has been giv giving
ing giving to favored friends some very
useful maps, showing the zones of
standard time in the United States.
New hats at Fishel's.
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W. K. Lane, 31. Dn Vftyslclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.
The Ocala House is being fitted
with fire escapes in accordance with
the state law. Mr. E. G. Golder, suc successor
cessor successor to Coons & Golder of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is doing the work, and those
wise to such things say he is making
a firstclass job of it.
It looked like old times in Dr. D.
M. Boney's office yesterday. The doc doctor
tor doctor was a busy man. He had eleven
people in his office waiting for work.
Three were from Umatilla, three from
Bay Lake, three from the city, one
from Wildwood and one from Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville.
Mr. Dade, a commission man from
Orlando, met with an accident this
morning out on the Kendrick road.
Something went wrong with his car
and he could not control it so it
turned over. Mr. Dade received a
gash on the knee and a few bruises
about his head. Someone passing by
in a buggy picked him up and brought
him to town. He was put in the
care of a physician and was able to
return to Orlando today on the after afternoon
noon afternoon train.
The executive committee of the li library
brary library association held a meeting this
morning and decided to send Archi Architect
tect Architect George MacKay to Georgia to
have a consultation with Mrs.
Smeade, head of the library associa association
tion association of the state of Georgia. The
Carnegie library board has referred
all matters of the kind in this state,
where differences have arisen over
plans, etc., to Mrs. Smeade. There
were present at the meeting Mrs.
Camp, Mrs. Stovall, Mr. Meffert and
Mr. Harris.
Tell your physician, and tell him
plainly, to leave your prescriptions
where they'll be filled as written no
substitution here. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. tf
Men's pants at Fishel's. tf
Mr. John T. Moore has just com completed
pleted completed a large barn and hitching shed
tor teams in the rear of his place of
business, The Carmichael & Son Co.
The arrangement of the barn is after
ideas of his own and is most service serviceable.
able. serviceable. In a short time Mr. Moore will
erect hitching sheds with feed and
watering facilities for the teams of
his country patrons and friends, with
a capacity of at least 50 teams. These
facilities are sadly lacking in Ocala
and should be given more attention
both by individuals for their custom customers
ers customers and by the county and city gov governments
ernments governments for the general public.
Splendid four-year-old mare, good
buggy, wagon and harness for sale at
a sacrifice. Have no need for them.
J. H. Brinson, Ocala. 6-1-eod 4t

Senator Glenn Terrell, representing
Marion and Sumter counties, with
Master Carroll Fussell of hii home
town, Webster, one of the pages in
the House, came in this afternoon
and went on home. Representative
Henderson came home today and Rep Representative
resentative Representative Crosby .will return home
tonight.
Our fountain sodas and ice cream
are the BEST made and our service
is Al. Try them. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. tf
New dresses at Fi.shel's.
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UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished,
or single furnished rooms. Mrs. A. M.
Perry, No. 19, Herbert street. tfO
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; with
modern conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three blocks from court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also ,. for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-tf
WANTED Orders by Altar Guild
for children's garments, aprons,
hemstitching and embroidering. Call
phone 70. 5-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-lmo.
FOR RENT Large well located resi residence
dence residence property on Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, now occupied by P. V. Leaven Leaven-good,
good, Leaven-good, two blocks from A. C. L. rail railroad.
road. railroad. All modern conveniences.
Address Mrs. O. T. Green, Ocala,
Fla., or call phone 383. tf
WANTED Clean cotton rags, bring
to this office.
ATTENTION
GROWERS
We are prepared to attend
to your wants for harvesting
your cropsat reasonable
prices.
"ENTERPRISE" Canning OulfH.
THREE SIZES
CARLOAD No' 1 and 2 Cans
Tomato Wrappers & Frnit Jars
IN ANY QUANTITY
Picking Baskets
fllclVER & MacKAY
LONGDISTANCE PHONE 47
OCALA, : FLA.
C I 9 9 t I i
PHONE 503
Fop Good Wood
BG Load for $1.
l'our Order. will hare
immediate Attention.
: J. L. SMOAK
J At Smoak's Wgojr Shop.
FAMILY AVOIDS
SERIOUS SICKNESS
By Being Constantly Supplied With
Thedford s Black-Draugnt
McDutf, Va. "I suffered for severa!
years," says Mrs. J. B. Whiitaker, o!
his place, "with sick headache, and
stomach trouble.
Ten years ago a friend told me to tr
Thedford's Black-Draught, which I did,
and 1 found it to be the best family medi medicine
cine medicine for young and old.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all the
time now, and when my children feel a
little bad, they ask me for a dose, and i
does them more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick sickness
ness sickness in our family, since re commenced
using Black-Draught."
Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, and has been found to regu regulate
late regulate weak stomachs, aid digestion, re relieve
lieve relieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similar
symptoms.
It has been in constant use for more
than 70 years, and has benefited more
than a million people.
Your druggist sells and recommends
Black-Draught. Price only 25c. Get a
Backage to-day. iq. 12a

April
17, 115:
Thirteen years ago Col. Feyler, one
of the leading writers on the Revue
Militarie Suisse, wrote regarding the
nearly inert, or motionless trench
war of today, that it would be a re result
sult result of the newer technique of war.
When numbers of men, arms and mor moral
al moral force and stamina of the opposing
armies are nearly equal their tactic3
will al.-o become so and the differ difference
ence difference between the opponents will more
and more disappear. Both armies
become so inmovable, as if one was
seeking to surround an intrenched
position, while the other endeavors to.
defend it. Sortie and hand-charge re remain
main remain possible under the protecting
fire of the fort guns; the center of
both opposing forces remains inert
and neutral. Thus will appear the de defensive
fensive defensive battle of the future.
Two human walls; between a nar narrow
row narrow danger zone. Neither can go
forward. One will seek to run around
the other, which in order to prevent
a success of such an undertaking, will
extend its front. Each will stretch as
far as its forces will permit; this neu neutral
tral neutral emulation will only be restricted
by obstacles of nature, 'the sea, a
mountain chain, or a fortified point
on the border of a neutral 'country.
Beyond such obstacles the opposing
lines cannot stretch out. Hence on a
battlefield, which never sees a battle,
war need no necessarily ever come to
an end.
Then it becomes necessary to seek
for victory outside, and tactical ma maneuvers
neuvers maneuvers will resemble those in use at
sorties.
This double human chain, which re reminds
minds reminds one more of a set of bars than
a wall, does not use its whole force.
The power of the guns replaces or
substitutes deficiencies in numbers.
Yet, it becomes necessary to relieve
the men, provide food, bury the dead,
carry the wounded to the rear. This
can only be done in the dark; for this
reserves are required. Others, for
preparation of lines of retreat and as
substitutes in unexpected cases and
incidents. What remains will be us used
ed used by the more daring party to en endanger
danger endanger the connecting lines of the en enemy,
emy, enemy, to disturb the quiet of the gen general
eral general staff and to entice it into foolish
actions and decisions.
.The whole remains, on both sides,
a defensive war with changing suc success
cess success and failure, which are locally
limited and produce no deciding effect.
A constant spying for favorable op opportunity
portunity opportunity and the weakest" points of
the enemy, which can be over run
by the stronger; are the' opposing
forces near alike strong, then there
is not much to be hoped for from
such a dash. Probably in and before
a fort, or an intrenchment or other otherwise
wise otherwise protected position, a condition of
breathlessly watchful inertia will
prevail, until one or other of the op
posing forces is compelled through
external circumstances, such as bad
finances, political troubles at home,
deficiency of food, war paraphernalia,
weapons and munitions, through the
most paralizing consciousness that no
progress is being made, and all sac
rifices of blood are in vain, is forced
to desist and give up the fight.
For,, the coming fights will also re
quire much blood.
- Without clear foresight, great
coolness and daring those forces can cannot
not cannot be guided and directed. More
than ever will be necessary for the
men, the leaders, the people, the need
of patience strength and fortitude,
and the higher chiefs a perfect mas
tery of all the arts in their line.
With greater and greatest devotion
must he, who undertakes such a war,
prepare himsejf in advance for the
worse possible contingencies.
"This soudns to use like prophecy."
Remark by Maximilian Harden, ed
itor of "Zu Kunft" (Future) Berlin,
in its issue of April 17, 1915.
Translated by C. F. S.
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
ALL TIRED OUT
Hundreds More in Ocala in the Same
Plight
Tired all the time;
Weary and worn out night and day;
Back aches; head aches,
. Your kidneys are probably weak
ened.
You should help them at their work.
Let one who knows tell you how.
3Irs. M. A. Frost of 423 Broadway,
Ocala says: "For a long time I suf suffered
fered suffered from kidney trouble. I had a
dull pain in my back and if I caught'
cold or got my feet wet, I was worse.
I couldn't rest well at night and got
up in the morning feeling tired and
depressed. I was also troubled by
dizziness and was in bad shape when
I got Doan's Kidney Pills at the
Carlisle Drug Co. In a few days they
brought me relief and continued use
ured me."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don'l
simply ask for' a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mrs. Frost had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 7
Lame Back
Lame back is usually due to rheu
matism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief mav be had
y massaging the back with Cham
berlain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
SHEET MUSIC! If its published,
we have it or can get for you. LAT-
TNER'S Piano Store. 4-21-tf.
Ladies' waists at Flsnel's.
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From "Zu Kunft" issue of

11I1HB

(Continued from Third Page)
Alumni Association for the Ocala
.High School
Last evening in response to press
notices, a score and more graduates
of the Ocala high school met at the
courthouse to take initiative steps in
forming an alumni association. By
request Prof. W. H. Cassels presided
until a temporary chairman was
elected. Prof. Cassels stated that
the benefits derived from such an or organization
ganization organization were too clearly seen to
need mentioning, that twelve years
ago there was only one school in the
state with sufficient graduates to
warrant an association and that the
Ocala school today with her grad graduates
uates graduates could maintain an alumni as association
sociation association not surpassed by any one
of the several schools in Florida now
with such organiaztions.
Miss Annie Atkinson wa3 elected
temporary chairman and presided
through the remainder of the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Other temporary officers elect elected
ed elected were, Mr. Welsh Dewey, vice
chairman; Miss Margaret Jackson,
secretary; Mr. Ralph Robinson, treas treasurer.
urer. treasurer. Two committees were appoint appointed
ed appointed by the chair, one on constitution
and by-laws composed of W. T. Gary,
chairman; Stephen Jewett and R. L.
Anderson, Jr.;, the other to procure a
list of all graduates, composed of
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle, chairman;
Mrs. C. H. Lloyd and Sam Burford.
An informal discussion followed,
after which the association adjourn adjourned
ed adjourned to meet Monday, June 21, at 8
o'clock at the same place.
Miss Blanche Whaley is expected
home this afternoon or Monday from
Dade City, where she has been.' the
guest for ten days of Miss Frances
Liddon, having accompanied her
hostess home.
Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ley and Misses
Hallie and Esther Ley, who have
been in the city since Thursday, left
this morning in their car for Orlando.
Rev. and Mrs. Ley and Miss Esther
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Bridges and Miss Ley of Mrs. W. K.
Zevvadski. Miss Ruth Ley remained
over for a longer visit to Miss Meme
Davis.
a
Mrs. J. J. Leitner has as her guest
her mother, Mrs. W. W. Lindsay, who
arrived the middle of the week from
Dunnellon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Taylor are ex expected
pected expected home in a few days from their
extended wedding trip through the
west. The last cards from them were
mailed in Chicago.
Friends will regret to learn that
Mr. Holmes Walters has been quite
ill for several days.
m m m
Mrs. T. J. Killebrew and children
left today for a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Adcick at St. Petersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peyser, Miss
Gertie Peyser, Caroline and Babette
Peyser went to Leesburg yesterday
afternoon in their automobile.
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
Price fully equipped
$670
with 1 7 new features
The biggest automo automobile
bile automobile value ever offered
for less than $1,000.
One of the sweetest
running Roadsters in
the. world.
Holds the road at
50 miles ah hour.
The easiest car to
drive in the world.
The greatest all
around hill climbing
car in the world.
Electric Starting and
lighting system $55
extra.
II. R. CARROLL
Agent for Marion County

Loans Discounts, Collections, Exchange, Letters of Credit, Interest on
Deposits, Advice on Business and Investment Matters these are some of the
features of our service.
You sh uld keep an active account with us, and enjoy the service of this
strong financial institution.
The Ocala National Bank
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK of ATLANTA, GA.

XOTICH
Notice- is -hereby dven that on the'
7th day of June. 1915. the un.Urslene.!
vnu appiy Tt tne Honorable Park
Trammell. Kov&rntT of the state of
Florida, "at hi office in Tallahassee,
for a eharter for an incorporation, not
for profit,' to be known a. the Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh Citrus Crow-era Association, upon
the following article of incorporation.
S. IL OAITsSKlCU
W. XL OlST.
W. R. DROWN.
AP.T1CL.ES of incorporation of
the Mcintosh citrus grow growers
ers growers ASSOCIATION
Know all men by thee present?, that
we. the undersigned citrus growers of
the state of Florida, have this day as associated
sociated associated ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of forming- a horticultural cor cor-Tvoratlon.
Tvoratlon. cor-Tvoratlon. under the laws of the state
of Florida, as a non-profit association,
upon the following articles of Incor Incorporation,
poration, Incorporation, to-wit:
Article 1. The name of this corpora corporation
tion corporation is the Mcintosh Citrus Grower
Association.
Art 2. There shall be' no capital
stock of said corporation, but the same
is organized as a horticultural associa association,
tion, association, not for profit, under the lawn of
the ?tate of Florida, and the purposes
for which it Is organized are. to pro provide
vide provide a means or a scency throuprh Itself
or other cooperative associations, for
the picking, packing and marketing
citrus fruits and other agricultural
products of its members, and to pro provide
vide provide an agency through ltelf or others,
for the purpose of dealing In all kinds
of mercnandlf e. supplies or appliance
that may be iecessary. useful, or con convenient
venient convenient to Its nembers in the cultiva cultivation,
tion, cultivation, production and shipping and mar marketing
keting marketing of their products, and for mch
purposes may buy. own. sell and
deal in all kinds of real and per
sonal property, and shall liave
the power to borrow nwney and morj morj-jcape
jcape morj-jcape Its property to eecure the pay payment
ment payment of same.
Art 3. The principal place of busi business
ness business of ald association is to be in
Mcintosh, in 4he county of Marion,
state of Florida. The annual meetlntrs
of the members of this association
shall be held at said place on the first
Tuesday In May of each and every
year, at which place its directors shall j
be electel 1
Art. 4. The term for which this cor- j
poration shail exist is fifty years from
Mie uaie ui in issuance vi lis leners
patent.
Art. 5. That any person who Is p
bona fide citrus fruit Rrywer in the
state of Florida may become a member
of this association, upon beinr elected
to membership by the board of direct directors.
ors. directors. Art. 6. That the voting power and
the property Interests of each nnd ev every
ery every member of th.ls association shall be
ecuaL
Art. 7. The business and affairs of
this corporation s-hall be transacted by
a board of directors ami a president
and vice-president: said president and
vice-president shall also be the presi president
dent president ,and vice-president of rald board
of directors, and each of them shall at
the time of tilling eald office be a mem member
ber member of Ibis ajnocla.tion and a director
ir. the name; and this aociatlon shall
also (have a secretary and treasurer,
both of which offices may be filled by
one and the same person. The number
of directors of this association Khali be
three: but the said association, without
amendment of Its charter, may at any
time, by a two-thirds vote of its direct directors,
ors, directors, increase its directorate, and may,
at any time after so lnerea-in;r t'a
same, by a similar vote of its board of
directors, decrease its directorate as
said directors shall see fit: but at no
time sJiall the number of said directors
be Increased to a greater number than
nine, nor decreased to a less number
than three.
That the names and residences of
the officers and directors of this asso association
ciation association who are to condjict the business
until their fuccc-ssors are elected and
Qualified are:
Names RelJences
S. H. Galtskill. president. Mcintosh. Fla,
". M. Gist. Vice-Pres., Mcintosh. Fla.
V. It. Rrown. Sec.-Treaj.. Mcintosh. Fla.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF; each of
sa4d Incorporators and members of
this association has hereunto affixed
his tiand and seal, on this, the 28th day
of April. 1915.
. II. GAITSKIL.U (Seal).
Mclnfosh. Florida.
W. IL GIST. (Seal),
.Mcintosh. Florida.
W. R. BROWN. (Seal).
.Mcintosh, Florida.
STATK OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OP MA I HON.
Before me. the underslfnje author authority.
ity. authority. Wr on ally appeared K. It. Gaits Gaits-kill.
kill. Gaits-kill. V. AL Gist and V. R. Rrown. who
yelng duly m worn, each by himself,
says that he subscribed his name to
the above proposed charter tf the
Mcintosh Citrus Grower Association,
for the uses and purposes thert-in men mentioned.
tioned. mentioned. S. H. OAITSKILJ
. iL GIST.
W. R. RROWN.
Subscribed and sworn to-b fore me.
tiiks 28th day of April. 1915.
(Seal) Z. C. ("MAMCLlfS.
Notary Public.
My commissi on expires June 12. 1 d 1 C
S-i-Bt-&wkyfrl
otici:
Notice Is hereby R-iven that on the
7th day of June, 1915. the underslimed
will apply to the Honorable Park
Trammell. governor of the state of
Florida, at his office In Tallahassee,
for a charter for an incorporation, not
for profit to be kntwn as the Lake
Weir Citrus Gro-wers Association, upon
the following articles of incorporation.
WALTKR R. L.III:.
K. II. CAMP.
MAYNARD PRAY.
ARTICL.KS OF INCORPORATION' OF
T1IK WKL'WKIH CITRUS GROW GROWERS
ERS GROWERS ASSOCIATION
Know all men ly thee presents, that
we. the underslfrned citruj growers of
the state of Florida, have this day as associated
sociated associated ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of forming a horticultural cor corporation,
poration, corporation, under the law of the state
of Florida, as a non-profit aa.-ociatlon.
upon the following articles of Incor Incorporation,
poration, Incorporation, to-wit:
Article 1. The name of this corpora corporation
tion corporation is the Lake Wtir Citrus Grower
Association.
Art 2. There hall be no capita?
stock of said corporation, but the atne
Is organized as a horticultural associa association,
tion, association, not for profit, under the laws of
the atate of Florida, and the purpose
for which It is organized are. to jrro jrro-vlde
vlde jrro-vlde a means or agency through lielf
or other cooperative associations, foi
the picklnc. xackinx and marketing of
citrus fruits and other airrieultura!
products of It members, and to xro xro-vide
vide xro-vide an agency throujrh itself or others
for the purpose, of dealing In all kind?
of merchandise, supplies or appliance?
that may be necessary, useful, or con convenient
venient convenient to its members in the cultiva cultivation,
tion, cultivation, production and hlppinsr and mar marketing
keting marketing of their products, and for puch
purposes may buy, own. xrll and
deal In all klnd of real htvI per
sonal property. ami fchall have
the power to borrow money and mort mortgage
gage mortgage its property to secure the pay payment
ment payment of same.
Art 3. The principal place of bu5.
nes of said association is to be In
KastLake. in the county of Marion.
taie of Florida. The annual metinrj
of the members of this association
t-hall be held at fall place on the firrt
Tuesday in May of each and every
year, at which place It directors shall
be elected.
Art. 4. The term for wMch this cor-

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Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889 I
CLASSICAL AND COHHERCIALCOORSES I
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ED

OCALA PUBLIC GARAGE
Now Open and Completely Equipped and Solicits Your Dusines
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 be?t general blacksmith in the city. All
blacksmith, work, waon. and bugfry. repairing, horse shoeing, etc.,
etc., quickly done and fully warranted.
Call arjd see us. We do our own work, very light expenses, and
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poration hall exist Js fifty years from
the date of.th' "'suance of ILa letters
patent.
Art. S. Tit any person who Is a
bona fide citrus fruit KTower in the
state of Florida may become a rrwwnbcr
of thl at(oclrition. upon belnj? elected
to membership by the hoard of direct directors.
ors. directors. Art. C. ..That the voting power and
the property interest of each and ev every
ery every mejnber of this association shall be
eaual.
Art. 7. The business and affair of
this corporation Khali be transacted by
a board of directors and a president
and vice-pre-tdei:t: Raid president and
Ice-preident shall -al-o be the presi president
dent president and vice-president of said board
of directors, and -aeh of them shall at
the time of flllinjr eaid office be a mem member
ber member of this association and a. director
in thA-yame; and tiL association shall
also nave a Fer-retary and treasurer.
boh of whirh office may b filled by
one and the same p-rson. The number
of directors of this association hall b
three: but the said a-sociat Ion. without
amendment of Its charter, may at any
time.-by a two-thirds vote of Its direct director?.
or?. director?. Increase Its directorate, and may.
at any time after so 4ncreainjr the
wme. by a K!m!!ar vote of Its board of
directors, decrease Its directorate as
said directors shall see fit: but at no
time rliall the numlter of said directors
be increase! to a greater number than
nine, nor decreased to a les number
thin three.
"That -the nnmes and re!Jences of
the officers and d!r-ctors of this aso asocial
cial asocial Ion m ho are to conduct the business
until thir s-u-cesors are elected and
quiliflf-d are:
Namf s Residences
Walter It. Ia-c. pre'IJent. Kastlake, Fla.
K. H. Ca.mp. Vlce-i'r-.. Oklawaha, Fla.
MaynarJ Fray, Sea-Treas.
Kastlake. Fla.
IN AVITXKSS WIinr.F.OF. each of
Knil incorporators and members of
this a"-ovaf Jon has hereunto affixed
his hand and seal, on this, the 28th day
of April. 191K.
WALTKR It. LF.E. f.al).
i;.atlake, Florida.
IL II. CAMP. (Seal).
Oklawaha. Florida,
MAYNARD PRATT, (KI.
F.atlake. Florida.
STATK OF FLORIDA.
OofNTV OF MARION'.
Ilefore rrif. the underpinned author authority.
ity. authority. ier"or.aliy appeared Walter It. Iee,
K. II. '.trr. p and Maynard Pray.- who
beinr duly nvtorn. each by himself.
ay tfcat he subscribed his name to
th -uMive proposed charter of tht
Isik Wfir Citrus Growers Association,
for th us-s and purposes therein men mentioned.
tioned. mentioned. WAI.TITR R: IJZK.
I. If. CAMP.
MAYNARD PRAY.
Subscribed and jworn to before me,
til! 28ti day of April. 1915.
tal) Z. C. CHAMP. MP 3.
Notary Public.
My commission expires1 June 12. 131C.
5-l-.at-& wkyfrl
TIIK ClItCl'IT roiRT OF TIIK
Fifth JntilHa! Circuit of the Mat
of Klwrltls. la mmd tar Marias ('
j-ta C'aaacery.
John 1 f. Taylor and John II. Taylor.
Doins: Rj.slnes as Ocala Manufac Manufacturing
turing Manufacturing Company. Complainant, vs.
Peter Poardu. et al.. Defendants.
Suit tQulefTStV.
It erpearin;r from the affidavit and
the f w.rn bill of tXe complainant In
the above styled cause that he believes
that there are persons Interested in the
property involved in such -jult other

ne. Father IIne!ict, Director.

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Superior to Planter
or Ciliig In
Quality or Price
INVESIGATE.
MATHEWS
M. D. JONES
than the known defendants, whose
names are unknown to rum. and the
said complainant therein praying f,r
relief against uch unkno-rn o-f n
ants, it is therefore ordered that a l
parties claiming- an Interest In the fol fol-Vwins
Vwins fol-Vwins described proper. y. rituaie. in
Marten county, Florida, t.-w;t:
N of jxei of ne4 ..c 22. tp II s.
r 21 ej
Com at-nw corr.er or ne'4 of nwU
of le: 23, tp 1 s. t 2i e, east ft, s
24 :t. e lf& ft. s 342 ft. w 1155 ft, n
0 ft;
Corn CO ft s of nw corner of ne ;
of nw'.i of sec 23 tp 16 s r 23 e. e 10'i
ft. a 42 ft. w 1001 ft. n 423 ft to p o Jb;
Se'i of ei. sec 24 tp 16, a r 23 e;
Ki of ei. ec 21, tp 16 s. r 24 e;
N'4. sec 2. tplls. r24e:
SVi of &ei of swU, sec 2, tp 17
r 24 e;
Se of se'i. sec 22. tp 16 r, r 24 e;
i-eU of sw4; jtwli.of sei. sec 22. tp
16 k. r 2 4 e;
Sw',4 of sei weft of river, sec 23.
tp 16 s. r 24 e;
, -Sw4 of fw;. sec 26. t 16 m, r 24 e;
Sw sec 26. tp 16 s, r 24 ;
N'. 2S. tp 16 s. rii e;
Com fi.&Z chs s of n corn-r ef sw'
of e4, of sec 31. tp 16 s, r 2 4 e. w 2
chs. 7.87 eh, e 2 chs. n 7.87 ch.;
Se of xwli, nee 24. tp 16 m r 24 e;
Swi of ne U of swU, ec SI. tp 1 r.
r 24 e;
NwV of se1,;, sec 2C. tp 16 s r 24 e;
N w of sw4. sec 12, tp 17 .. r 24 e;
Cm at ne cornf-r of se'i of nw'i of
see 14. tp 17 s. r 24 e, s I2-) rod, w 8
rod, s 10 rods, w 22 r-ls, i.eg rods,
w 22.88 rods, n S1.6S rods, e 51 .88 rods,
n 1 rod, e 38 rods, n 25 rul, e 1;
rods, n 28 decrees, e 56.7- rods, e 13 S-8
rods to p a b;
Com at re corner of ne i of swi of
sec 14. tp 17 s. r 24 e. w 40 chs. n 25
chs. e 6.28 chs. s 12.S2 chs. e 5.7 2 chi,
n 42 links, e 8 chs. n 2 .50 chs, e 20 chu,
i !9chi to po b;
Com 13 3-8 rods e of nw corner of
U of nw'i of sec 14, tp 17 s, r 24 e.
southeasterly to center of se1, of nw';.
northeasterly to pt 13 3-8 rods w of
northeast corner of seVi of nwU. w
53 1-8 rods to p o b;
Neli of nw' sec 14. tp 17 s r 24 e;
Nw4 otne. sec 14. tp 17 s. r 24 e:
W4 of swU of sw U of neU. sec 14..
tp 17 s r 24 e;
Sei of net;: of w'4 of ne ',. sc
14. tp 17 s. r 24 e;
w'4 of iwi, vc 14, tp 17 s. r 24 e;
W of nwi, sec 14. tp 17 s. r 24 e;
Ne1 of nU. sec 14. tp 17 r 24 e;
N'w of nw4. sec 28. tp 17 s. r 25 e;
Ke; of ne i. sec 29, tp 17 s. r 25 e;
are require! to appear to the bill of
complaint filed against them on or be before
fore before the
7lh Day of Jaae, .. D. 1915
the same bein? a rule day; that this
order shall be published once each week
for twelve consecutive weeks In t r
Ocala Kvenlns titar. a newspaer iut iut-lihed
lihed iut-lihed in the county of Marion, state cf
Florida.
Vv'lTNFLsS the Honorable W. S. Ral Ral-lock.
lock. Ral-lock. Judr- of the said co'-rt ar.d P H.
Nugent, elerk. and the eeal thereof. t
Ocala. Marion county. Florida, this the
13th day of March. A. D. 191 S.
tCL-Ct. Seal) p. II. Nl'GKXT.
Clrrk Circuit Court. Marion County.
Florida Hy M. II Goddard. D. C.
I W. DI.YAI. 3-13-sat
Solicitor for Complainant.
Best Way to Da rn.
By darning diagonally aoroes tLs
weave. Instead of with it. the gtltcte
are not nearly bo lively to r'-' awry
from the edges of the darred c;ct.
This la an especially good tnttl.:i
to be used where stitchea Lave I
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