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Washington, June 16. Former Sec Secretary
retary Secretary W. J. Bryan, in the first sec section
tion section of his statements on the Euro European
pean European war, today, prophesies that the
greatest peace-making, opportunity of
all history is certain to come to the
United States. He declared also that
with the return of peace there would
be a demand for an international con conference
ference conference to change the rules of inter international
national international law, which "seem to have
been made for nations at war rather
than nations at peace."
In speaking of the inconvenience of
the war, he said the scarcity of Am American
erican American merchantmen was one of the
greatest embarrassments to the Unit United
ed United States.
OF NATIONAL INTEREST
COUNTRY WAITS WITH TENSE
ATTENTION THE OUTCOME
OF THE FRANK CASE
. (Associated Press)
. Atlanta, June 1G. Gov. Slaton to today
day today heard further arguments on the
question of commuting Leo. Frank's
death sentence for the murder of
Mary Phagan to life imprisonment.
W. M. Howard continued his plea in
behalf of Frank, which was inter interrupted
rupted interrupted by a recess Monday,.
INDICTMENT OF CONLEY WAS
Throughout his argument, Howard
contended that the evidence in the
case pointed to Jim Conley, the negro
factory sweeper, and one of the chief
witnesses against Frank, as the
girl's murderer, instead of Frank.
The governor interrupted the argu argument
ment argument at times to ask questions. Soli Solicitor
citor Solicitor Dorsey, in reply to a question,
said the indictment against Frank
was returned independently of Con Con-ley's
ley's Con-ley's affidavits.
Immense Amount of Money Used By
Great Britain in the War
London, June 16. The house of
commons yesterday afternoon voted
another credit Nof 250,000,000 pounds
($1,250,000,000,) making with pre previous
vious previous sums a total of 862,000,000
pounds ($4,310,000,000) already al allowed
lowed allowed for war purposes.
Premier Asquith, on moving a vote
of credit for 250,000,000 pounds in informed
formed informed the members of the house of
commons today that the expenditure
in the next three months would not
be less than $15,000,000 daily.
Don't weaken your health by allow allowing
ing allowing yourself to become constipated.
Take a mild, sure laxative. Nyal's
Figsen is an effective aid to nature,
not a harsh stimulant. Get a ten cent
box of these candy tablets now, at the
Annex Drug. Store. 16-tf
Buy your arugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the be Ft always. 4-27-tf
'if are Simra Ocala 75c;
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ARBITRATION WILL END TROU TROUBLE
BLE TROUBLE BETWEEN THE CHICAGO
STREET CAR COMPANIES
( As-o iaI l Press)
Chicago, June 10. The. local street
car strike will be settled by arbitra arbitration.
tion. arbitration. Union leaders and traction of officials
ficials officials who. met with Mayor Thomp Thompson's
son's Thompson's aldermanic strike committee
last night agreed, after an all night
session, to arbitrate all differences. It
is announced that cars will be. operat operated
ed operated today.
MARKETING BUREAU MEETING
An Encouragixg Session of the Direc Directors
tors Directors of that Meritorious
The meeting of the board of direc directors
tors directors cf the Florida Marketing Bureau
held Tuesday afternoon at the Board
of Trade rooms was well attended.
Those present were J. M. MefTert, J.
D. Rooney and R. T. Weaver of Ocala,
W. K. Haile and J. S. Hewitt of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, J. M. Waters cf Indian
Springs, L. S. Light of Reddick, and
W. II. Brophy of Crystal Springs.
A full report was made by J. P.
Hewitt, secretary-manager, showing
that there had been handled in the
past forty days 14,811 "packages.
After discussing the general condi condition
tion condition of the organization, it was de decided
cided decided to make application to the gov governor
ernor governor of the state for a 99-year char charter,
ter, charter, which will be done with the fol following
lowing following as incorporators of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Marketing and Distributing Bu Bureau:
reau: Bureau: J. M. Meffert, president; Ii. S.
Light, vice president; J. D. Rooney,
secretary; D. J. Herrin, treasurer.
Directors: J; M. Meffert, L. S. Light,
J. P. Hewitt, W. K. Haile, D. J. Her Herrin,
rin, Herrin, W. A. Mc Williams and W. II.
Mr. Hewitt was retained as man manager
ager manager until the organization is per perfected
fected perfected under its charter. Capital
The people of Florida do not fully
understand the aims and capacity for
good of this organization. When they
do they will support it fully and
make it the strongest co-operative or organization
ganization organization in the state.
Business in the marriage line has
picked up a little, and it is evident
that if the county judges had compe competition
tition competition so they would get out and
hustle for business there would be
more marriages. .Judge Smith late lately
ly lately has issued licenses for Mr. Herbin
R. Ilinton and Miss Alta Seymour,
Mr. Walter Thlgpen and Miss Cora
B. Cameron, Mr." Jack Palmer and i
Miss Erva Johnson.
Masons meet tomorrow eveninsr.
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COURSE, UNDER HIS
ALAOAMA HER ARRESTED
LEE CO WART AND JNO. C. CHAN CHAN-EY
EY CHAN-EY IN THE HANDS OF
( A.MOciaU-tl Press)
Montgomery, Ala., June 16. Lee
Cowart, formerly commissioner of ag agriculture
riculture agriculture of Alabama, was arrested
while in the governor's office today,
charged with the embezzlement of
state funds. The amount is not stated.
John C. Chancy surrendered to the
sheriff today at Evergreen, Ala., on a
similar charge. The amount Chaney
is alleged to be short is ?1,300. Both
arrests were made as the result of an
investigation by a state legislative
SOCIAL AT ANTHONY
The Epworth League of Anthony is
indebted to the social department of
the league for a delightful evening at
the home of the president of the
league, Mr. A. B. Moore, on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, June 10th.
The following program was grace gracefully
fully gracefully and efficiently rendered:
Scripture reading and prayer by
Rev. M. II. Outland.
Duet by Mrs. Clarence Gates and
Bird song by Maud Brown, Mattie
Lee Padgett and Bernice Russell.
Instrumental music by Miss Vida
Recitation by Stella Moore.
Song by Maud Brown and Mattie
Duet by J-ulia Meadows and Clare
Song by Messrs. F. K. Ellis, Holmes
Baskin, David Brown, George Brown,
Dan Webb, Lawton Simms ami Dan
Duet by Beulah Morrison and
Song by Mrs. II. A. Meadows, Mrs.
J. M. Gates Jr., Miss Susie Gates and
Mr. F. K. Ellis.
Chinese song by Rev. Thomas Will Williams,
iams, Williams, a visiting minister.
Rev. M. II. Outland then announc announced
ed announced supper which consisted of a fine
pillau with the usual accessories,
served on the lighted lawn, to which
all adjourned and spent a merry and
satisfying half hour.
The remainder of the evening was
occupied in the parlor with music
An interesting fish contest was
joined in by young and old. followed
by shadow pantomime.
The time for home going came be before
fore before any one was ready for it and
adieus were said amid many expres expressions
sions expressions of enjoyment of the evening.
Man is a social being and a certain
amount of social life is necessary to
his well being and happiness. We
trust that this will be the first of
many more such pleasant social
gatherings of our leaguers.
Fresh shrimp today. Rodoff at
Keating's Buffet. Phone 22. tf-
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FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1915
London, June 16. A Zeppelin bom bombarded
barded bombarded the English northeast coast
last night, says an official report. Fif Fifteen
teen Fifteen are dead and wounded. Fires
started by bombs were extinguished.
TOOK A TERRIBLE TOLL
Never before has an air raid on
England taken such a toll of human
life. It was the third air raid in a
little more than two weeks. Nine
fatalities resulted from the two pre previous
vious previous raids.
FRENCH LOST A BOAT
The French torpedo boat No. 331
sank yesterday after a collision with
the British steamer Arleya. Six of
the destroyer's crew were drowned.
The others were rescued.
DELETING THE DOCKET
ONLY A FEW CASES BEFORE
SUPREME COURT, BUT THEY
Washington, June 16. Only thirty
cases remain before the United States
supreme court for decision at the
present term. It is expected that
they will be disposed of Monday,
when the court year ends.
Among the cases to come up are
the grandfather clause cases, the In-
ternational Harvester dissolution suit,
the Lackawanna coal trust suit, the
Oregon minimum wage case and the
Webb-Kenyon liquor cases.
BEING A BRITON. HE
SIIOULDN' BE BELIEVED
Any German who was Never on the
Ship Knows the Lumtania was
London, June 16. Under oath,
Captain Turner of the Cunarder Lus Lus-itania,
itania, Lus-itania, yesterday testified before the
court of investigation being conduct conducted
ed conducted by Lord Mersey that the Lusi Lusi-tania
tania Lusi-tania did not carry any guns when
torpedoed and sunk in May off Old
SHOWERED BOMBS ON
A GERMAN CITY
Karlsruhe, June 16. Five hostile
airmen bombarded Karlsruhe for 45
minutes yesterday. Several persons
were killed or wounded.
A number of places suffered mate material
rial material damage, but the destruction
wrought has no military importance.
Karlsruhe is on the Rhine, about 75
miles from the French frontier. It has
a population of about 100,000 and a
number of public buildings of im importance.
portance. importance. CHRISTOPHER SOUTER
Mr. Kit Souter, an old and well
known citizen of Anthony, died at the
hospital this morning, following an
operation for strangulated hernia.
Mr. Souter had been a victim of hernia
for a number of years, and this was
the third or fourth attack.
Mr. Souter was a brother of Mr.
Shelton Souter of Sparr, well known
I in Ocala. His remains were sent to
THHIUIlJf 1U1 1I11CIU1CI1U
The members of the Gainesville
ball team came in on A. C. L. No. 39
at 2:37. They expect to polish off
the Ocala team and return to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville on No. 140, which will be held
till 5:30 for their accommodation.
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Picnic Train Will Leave the A. C. L.
Station at1 7:30 Tomorrow
The Wocdmen have made all ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for a large, round time at
The train will leave the Coast Line
station at 7:.'i0 a. m. A big crowd of
Woodmen are going, and they want as
many as possible of their friends to
accompany them. Arrangements
have been made for boats and all
conveniences at Homasassa. The
Woodmen goat is to be carried along
in the baggage car, and will butt any
man who does not behave like a per perfect
fect perfect lady.
JUDGE ADAMS IN THE CITY
Among the celebrities at the Wood Woodmen
men Woodmen picnic tomorrow will be Judge
Hal W. Adams of Mayo, who will ad address
dress address the gathering on the banks of
beautiful Homosassa river.
Mr. Adams has for several years
been one of the Florida representa representatives
tives representatives to the Soverign camp sessions,
being instrumental in bringing that
body to Jacksonville recently, and will
again represent the state head camp
at the St. Paul meeting in July. He
is known over the state as the "hog,
hominy and sweet potato" orator
and a tree is jn store for those who
go io llon.ocnssa tomorrow.
Judge Adams rr:vea in ihe city
this afternoon and is the guest of Mr.
J. W. Lamar, consul commander of
Fort King camp, who is buy show showing
ing showing him our town. Silver Springs and
the thousands of acres of ripening
grain and vegetables.
MISS CONNOR WILL
TEACH IN GAIN ESVI LLE
Popular Proprietor of Ocala School of
Music Has Acquired University
Notice to the Public:
Although I have taken over the
Gainesville Conversatory of Music
and all the musical work and con contracts
tracts contracts of Prof. J. Oscar Miller of
Gainesville, I will continue the Ocala
School of Music with Miss Maude
McIntoh as assistant, dividing my
time between the two cities. I will
be in Ocala Friday and Saturday of
this week to arrange for the summer
session. Mary Clayton Connor.
Ocala, June 16th, 1315.
JOSEPH BUM BY
The funeral of the late Mr. Joseph
Bumby was conducted by Dr. Wray
at the First Methodist church Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mr. Bum Bumby
by Bumby was an Englishman by birth and
formerly lived in Montreal. He was
a devoted .member of the -Methodist
church, always present at the Sunday
services, and a liberal supporter of all
the institutions of the church.
For a number of years Mr. Bumby
resided near Ocala.
"Sunny Jim" Robinson will leave
today in his new "Sunny Jim Spe Special,"
cial," Special," not a train but a Ford automo automobile.
bile. automobile. He will be accompanied by M.
M. Borchardt. Both go armed with a
full line of samples and they will
reach Sanford tonight. Tribune.
AT A A
TEalF& Leaves OceiIsl a.t
T IH TREIR FAIR 0!! THE EASTER
BRAVE B0SSI11IS STEADILY FIGHJ THEIR 10SIIIG BfflLF.
WAR SEEMS DEADLOCKED lil HIE VESI
London, June 16. German claims
of successes on the Galician front in
the continental war have partially
been confirmed today in an official
statement from Pctrograd. It admits
the withdrawal of Russian troops
across the frontier at places.
In the vicinity of the Stry and Tis Tis-menitz
menitz Tis-menitz rivers, however, the Russians
claim successes. t
ENGLISH MADE A SLIGHT AD ADVANCE
VANCE ADVANCE i
The British army on the western
front, according to the official an- J
nouncement today, has captured an
other line of German trenches we?t of
Labassee. On the remainder of the
front the figl ting for the last twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four ho arc was apparently indecisive.
ITALIANS MOVE SLOWLY ON
The invasion of the province of (
Trent by the Italians is proceeding
steadily. Twenty-five thousand Aus- :
tro-Hungarian troops have been sent i
from Trent against the Italians on
the Riva-Rovereto front. The Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians report that the Italian attempt
to approach Tolmino and Plava has
failed. There has been heavy fighting
in the neighborhood of Gorizia and
Gradisca, in which the combined cas casualties
ualties casualties number about 3000, almost
TURKS ARE TIRED
Little news comes from the Darda Dardanelles.
nelles. Dardanelles. The Turks are said to show
weakenings. On the Gallipoli pen peninsula
insula peninsula the French and British are
making slow but steady progress.
A dispatch from Rome says that
the Nazionale has received advices
from Turkey that the Turkish govern government
ment government has sent an emissary to Berlin
to try to get Germany's consent for
Turkey to arrange a separate peace
with the allies, owing to a food fam famine
ine famine and the scarcity of munitions.
Kociska, on the line of the railway
between Przemysl and Lemberg, on
which the Austro-Germans have cen centered
tered centered their efforts since the fall cf
PrzemysJ, has been taken. Kociska
is about twenty miles east of Prze Prze-mysl
mysl Prze-mysl and is almost in. a direct line
with the capital, against which the
energies of General von Mackcnsen,
the German commander, are being
HAS HIGH HOPES
An unofficial report say3 that Von
Mackensen has telegraphed the Ger German
man German emperor he hopes to occupy Lem Lemberg
berg Lemberg by July 1.
There .are still many obstacles,
however, in the way of victory to the
Austro-German arms in this part of
Galicia, for the Russians hold. strong strongly
ly strongly fortified positions many miles in
frnt of Lemberg, and in addition will
have the advantage of natural de defenses
fenses defenses of the country roundabouts,
including a chain cf lakes and marsh marshes.
es. marshes. SEE 'I kin FARM on the Silver
""rrig:? road which furnhncs the
!r! chant's Cafe every day with
fieh vegetf le?, milk and egg. tf
For plumbi.ig and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 20C f
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BILLIARD EXPERT ATTEMPTED
TO KILL HIS WIFE AND CUT
HIS OWN THROAT
Chicago, June 16. Calvin Demar Demar-"st,
"st, Demar-"st, -former national amateur billiard
chrmpion, attacked his wife with a
nc.rketkrufe today and then slashed
!;i own threat. His mother, who at at-:e
:e at-:e ";pted to restrain him, was cut in
thf hand. At the hospital,, where
t:3 Demarests were removed, it was
j-a d that the wounds of Mrs. Demar Demar-rn's
rn's Demar-rn's threat were serious. Demarest
is not seriously hurt. His mother said
Drr..iro.t had been on the verge of a
nerve ur. breakdown.
The Ocala Bargain House, B.
Goldman proprietor, opened last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning its Business Humping
Sale which ia to run two weeks from
ths opening day. From the very
opening hour thi3 sale has been a .suc .success
cess .success and hundreds of customers have
been coming to the store to take ad advantage
vantage advantage of the big bargains offered
there and to give their dollars an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to "Hump themselves to the
utmost in purchasing ability.
The public has great confidence in
the Ocala Bargain House, and when a
sale 13 announced at that popular'
store, the people know there is some something
thing something good in Etore for them and they
go there with assurance that they will
be treated right and that their money
will do wonders in the buying line.
M,r. Goldman has some rare good
things in store for the public during
the remainder of 4hi3 sale. Each day
will be a Fpecial day with separate
bargain inducements and if you do
not get your chare of the good things
offered there, you .will be the loser.
Mr. Goldman now, as always,
stands syjarely behind every state-,,
mcnt made and every purchase at his
store if the goods are not entirely
to your satisfaction for any reason,
you only, have to say so, and your
money will be refunded without a
FELLOWS F FIL3T
Pi rflCf THE SEASON
On accent ; J unveiling of the
monument Lie t J 'en. II. W Long,
on June 2ttZ tton Plant,'the
Woodmen of tb 'W ,xld at Fellowship
have pestptfled th ir picnic from
Thursday, June- '4, o Thursday, July
1st. Several prominent speakers
frcm diilerent p- lia of the state have
been invited to f pa ce speeches. Ev Everybody
erybody Everybody is cordially invited to come
ind bring well Jilled baskets. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments will te sold for the ben benefit
efit benefit of the W. Oi W.
to this ofS,
-otton rags, bring
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OCALA "EVENING STAR VTEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING EK & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, tinsine Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocra, Fla., postoffice a3 second clas3 matter.
One year, in advance $5.00
lx months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance... 1.25
Ox,4 month, in advance
A SMALL MATTER
Florida railroad men are generally
accommodating, but there is one
thing they are very remiss in, tho
they could attend to it with less trou trouble
ble trouble in proportion to its importance
than any other matter they have to
That is, keeping the public inform informed
ed informed if a train was late, and if so how
late. It is something the people have
a right to know, and it would be very
little trouble indeed to let them -know.
The writer went to the Seaboard
station the other day, to meet a train.
As it was in the busiest time of the
day, before he went, he phoned and
asked if the train No. 4 northbound
was on time, and was informed
that it. was. No 4 stops in Ocala
twenty minutes. Arriving at the sta
tion ten minutes after the train was
due. he found it wasn't there. Prob-j
ably a hundred people were standing
around in great discomfort the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard passenger station is the hottest
place in town in summer. None of
themknew when the train would be
there. There was no information on
the bulletin board. The ticket agent, a
very accommodating young man,
didn't know just when the train would
be in. It finally came in twenty min minutes
utes minutes late.
Now, the Star would like to know
why the telegraph operator, who knew
how late the train was, couldn't tell
the ticket agent, so toiat gentleman
could chalk up the time on the bulletin
board, and so save the crowd that un uncomfortable
comfortable uncomfortable feeling always caused by
having to stand around and wait for
a train, not knowing how late it is. It
is less trouble for the railroad men
to attend to this than it is for any
one of scores, probably hundreds, who
have to wait.
It is the regulation, we believe, of
the railroad commission, that if a
train is more than thirty minutes be behind
hind behind time, that the time must be
marked on the bulletin board. It is
just as easy, and would be of more
accommodation to the public, to mark
the bulletin, if the train is five min
utes late, and it should be marked be
fore the train is due. They do this
in other states; why not in Florida
As a matter of fact, we have been
at both stations in Ocala when a
train was more than half an hour
overdue, with not a scatch on the bul
letin board to tell it. The Seaboard is
the biggest sinner in this regard. We
have several times waited for one of
their night trains more than an hour
without being able to find out when
the train would be in until it came in
The Atlantic Coast Line is more
prompt in this matter As soon as
the agent knows a train is late, he
generally trots out and marks his
bulletin. It is unusual for a Coast
Line train to be late in Ocala.
We can generally set our watches by
them. And a man can always find out
at the ticket office if. a train is late
and how late. At the Seaboard sta
tion, the ticket man doesn't know.
We understand that the railroads
are very anxious to accommodate the
people. We also understand that, on
account of war and hard times, they
are anxious to be accommodated
This is one very great accommoda
tion they can give the people at a
very little expense. Let them have
lost time marked on the bulletin
boards along their lines in season to
save the people needless worry.
W. J. B. certainly ought to give the
Arcadia Enterprise a hand-out from
his next Chautauqua receipts. It is
the only paper in Florida and one of
the few in the country, which up upholds
holds upholds the secretary for his action in
lying down on his job. The Enter Enterprise
prise Enterprise with characteristic broadness
and liberality intimates that all the
papers that criticise Mr. Bryan and
that means practically all in the state
and a vast majority of those of the
nation are controlled by the liquor
interests or belong to the "Plunder "Plunder-bund
bund "Plunder-bund press." Isn't it nice to be the
only good little boy in all this wicked
world ? Lakeland Telegram.
Perhaps the Enterprise man says
"Me and Mr. Bryan is a majority."
The tragedy at Winnsboro, S. C,
Monday should be a warning to those
w.ho try to take criminals from officers
of the law. The lives of two and per perhaps
haps perhaps more white men were lost, and
several were badly hurt, in order to
hasten the death of a negro who
would certainly have been hung any anyhow.
how. anyhow. The Star very well understands
the feeling that causes nearly all the
lynchings in the South, and knows
it is not in the least worth while, to
reason with it. However, it thinks
when a criminal is in the hands of the
officers, who are sworn to
One year- in advance
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance. .
him, and who in order to protect him
must turn their guns again t their
own friend-, and neighbors, that re revenge
venge revenge for almost any crime is en entirely
tirely entirely too" expensive. No good wom
an, no matter how foully injured,
wrants other women to weep over the
death or wounds of kinsmen in order
that her wrongs may be avenged.
A MIGHTY SLACK BUNCH
The Star doesn't think our state
government officials are anything but
honest, but they are entirely too much
given to allowing people who are dis dishonest
honest dishonest to have their own way. Even if
they know public affairs are being
badly conducted, they rarely do any
thing to correct the wrong, and never
do anything to punish the wrong
The state reform school was the
rankest instance of this. It was well
known that the institution was rot-
ten, but nothing was done until the
tragedy thf.t disgraced the state oc
curred. Not anything like what the
situation demands has been done since
Nobody has been punished for the
wholesale murder of the poor boys the
state wras supposed to protect and re
form, and its dollars to doughnuts
that before long the institution will
be in a rank condition again.
The report of the legislative com
mittee shows that the convict farm atj
Raiford is a burden on the state,
proving that Florida believes that the
only way to treat the criminal with
humanity is to punish the honest citi
zen who must be taxed for his help.
If there is one place more than an
other that should be properly conduct conducted,
ed, conducted, it is the state insane asylum, but
the Star has reliable information that
this place is not only not what it
should be, but not what it could be.
In other ways our state officials
show their slackness. In fact, in very
few ways they show vigilance. Any
man or combination of men who
wants to plunder the people of Flor Florida
ida Florida can almost always do so and get
away with it.
The Tampa Times makes some per
tinent remarks in the following:
Our position with reference to the
internal improvement trustees and
other state officials may best be stated
"We demand a fair deal for the
people from the men who are repeat repeatedly
edly repeatedly elected to office by the people. If
they refuse to do their duty from
lack of courage or other reasons, the
people should be made aware of the'
fact and allowed to oust them. Re
gardless of whether these men are
our friends' or opponents, we insist
that they be made to 'toe the mark'
in the matter of duty to the public.
"The Times, with other papers, has
recently insisted that the men who
are alleged to have wrecked the Flor Florida
ida Florida Life Insurance Company, a Jacksonville-managed
concern, with which
the American Life Insurance Com Company,
pany, Company, a Tampa-organized concern,
was merged, be made to pay the
proper penalty if proven guilty of
"The State, published in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville by Arthur K. Taylor and Bryan
Mack, demands, in cartoon and edi editorial,
torial, editorial, an investigation of the failure
of the Florida Life Insurance Com
pany, the Commercial Bank and the
Florida Fire and Casualty Insurance
Company, Jacksonville concerns,
which brought loss to a small army of
people living in all sections of Flor
ida. In its cartoon the State demands
that the proper authorities go after
the 'gentleman grafter,' and justly
criticises the Florida -officials who
'slept at-the switch' while these con
cerns went the route of loss-bringing
failure. The concluding paragraph of
the State's editorial is: 'The state of
Florida vigorously prosecutes a poor
negro criminal and winks at a scoun scoundrel
drel scoundrel who loots a bank ajid robs wom women
en women and children.' The State also says:
"This bank failure in itself isn't half
as disgraceful as the conduct of the
state of Florida in not going to the
root of the matter and exposing the
"On the Everglades matter the
Times stands just where it stands
with reference to the Florida Life In Insurance
surance Insurance Company and other concerns
that have been wrecked.
"We demand justice in behalf of
the people ,and if the people have in
the past failed to elect officials who
have courage and ability enough to
give them justice, it is high time that
they elect men who have such courage
"If other Florida newspapers will
join us in a fight of this character a
decided change will soon be brought
about in Florida's political and finan
Ihe Star has received a pieasant
call from Uncle Joe Dixon, the prin-
; ter-joumalist, who has been spending
; some days in Ocala. Mr. Dixon is one
; of the old-timers, who in the days be be-;
; be-; fore the linotype set many a news
j item or editorial without copy from
': the case. It is the best way ever.de-
vised to inculcate clearness and brev brev-!
! brev-! ity in an author when every word
means he must hit Irom two to a
dozen pieces of lead, he wastes no
time on flowery passages. Mr. Dixon
was born in Alabama seventy years
ago and knows the Southland as well
:s he does the printer's trade. He is
high in his praise of the beautiful
country between here and Gainesville,
which he came thru in an auto the
other day says that autoists who do
not see it miss one of the best por portions
tions portions of Florida. He is now on his
way back to Lakeland, in which
pretty and enterprising town he
makes his home.
When you see a man who has turn
ed the other cheek until the man
who was swatting got tired, and who
then backs up to take a kicking, you
may think he's a coward. Be not
busy in your judgment, however; he
may be a "Prince of Peace." Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland -Telegram.
Rank blasphemy, Brother Hether-
ington; rank blasphemy. Or thinly
The other day, by way of coming
back at the Star, the Orlando Sen Sentinel
tinel Sentinel said that garbage boxes in the
Phenomenal City and other up-to-date
towns, had been screened for twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five years. If the editor of the Sen Sentinel
tinel Sentinel had been in Orlando twenty-five
years ago, he wouldn't make such a
rash assertion now.
The Tampa Times is positively
mean. It not only accuses Governor
Trammell of plagiarizing from one of
Henry Grady's speeches, but proves
it on him. The Times is a thorn in the
genial governor's side.
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Houses for rent on Daugherty
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OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S8, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Ttoiesday even
ings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
L. H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise, Secretary; At.
Tul ;!a Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. P.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel
come always extended to visiting
brethren.. J. D. Wilkes, "N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial velcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. 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. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake R'own, Secretary.
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 M. a
)LItIOX-DUXX MASONIC IX5DGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge ivo. x. 4
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening3 of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
COXCOI1DIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Loage, FraternaT Union
of America, meets in Yongt's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening o?
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. Kt Sage, Secretary. Ad.
Charles Goddard. C. a
WOODMEA of the world
Fo-t King Camp Xo. 14 meets at
the K. of 1'. lialln at o p. m., every
secon.l and fourth Friday. Visltinp
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Tlerk.
LOY.4L OI?lER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lod?e Xo. 60a, L. O. M..
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. -n
Visiting brethem always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffice.
(Continued from I-ast 'VTeeu;
RAPED as the Spirit of the
Marsh, the beautiful runaway
bride stood, dazed and trem trembling,
bling, trembling, on the sidewalk in front
or the studio from which she had been
driven. At the curb stood a liHiOU;ii.e
with its black silk curtains drawn.
The white mustached man, who had
sprung from it, grasped the lovely
model by the wrist and drew her to
the car as the dark, handsome, black
Vandyked man who had followed cov covered
ered covered her gauzily clad form with the
voluminous black cloak which he car carried.
ried. carried. Down the street at a tearing pace came
the family car of the runaway bride's
father and mother, and in it with them
were two of her friends and the de deserted
serted deserted groom, his teeth gritting and his
fists clinched as he saw these two
scoundrels bundle his pretty June into
the car and hurry in after her.
Just behind the family came nn elec electric
tric electric coupe, driven by a sharp featured
woman witn a long nose and nigu
arched brows, and as she saw this
bold abduction she shrieked and ran
her car into the curb. As tho door of
the luxurious limousine slammed shut
the quiet block seemed suddenly alive.
Around the corner of the studio came
bounding a handsome collie, which ran
to the car, loudly barking. A woman
with high cheek bones and accompanied
by a tail policeman followed the dog.
She dashed up to the limousine as ft
started and Jumped upon the running
board, while the dog barked and
From a doorway on the opposite side
of the street there sprang a short,
wide man with a thick stub of a cigar
In his mouth, who pursued the limou limousine,
sine, limousine, hopped upon the spare tires at
the back of the car and hung there.
The woman on the running board
opened the door of the limousine and
i .. ?:
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V 1 .'
June, the Lovely Model.
forced her way In as they dasheo
around the corner, furiously pursued
by the family car, the electric coupe
and the barking collie.
The luxurious Jlmousine was speedier
than Ita pursufers, but. not speedy
enough entirely to lose the family car
with the deserted groom. It had gained
several blocks' headway, however,
when It turned a corner and stopped
abruptly In front of a house where r
vivacious brunette and a large blond
woman stood peering eagerly out of the
window. Only for an instant It paused.
The door opened. Out of It sprang the
white mustached man and drew aftet
him the half fainting girl In the volu voluminous
minous voluminous black cloak. He put his arm
around her and hurriedly forced her up
the steps. The woman with the high
cheek bones darted after her. She h-s-ltated
a moment and vaguely recog-
Tk126!111?.? thcnlB?e 8prans artcr
the beautiful young girl.
The man with the black Vandyke
caught her by the arm and held her
TTo rvtA Khnrnlv to the driver.
who was the treacherous Scatti. and
the limousine Jerked forward Just as
the door of the house opened and the
beautiful girl was tnrust insiue.
The thick, wide man on behind strug
gled to get down from his uncomfort-
able position, but his cravat was caugnt
In the strap of the tire covers, and. so
tne wen Known ana jusny mmous iri
vate detective. Bill Wolf, stooped over
the tires, with his wide feet In the rack.
his arms around the rims and his head
held down, was carried swiftly away
from the scene of his sleuthing. The
black Vandyked man talked earnestly
with the high cheek boned woman for
hurried up the sters andlet himself in
with a latchkey, while the woman ran
down to the basement door and nushed
past the servant who opened it.
At that moment the family car
by. still pursuing the luxurious limou
sine. It had lost this scene of alight
ing through having stopied long enough
to take on the han(L?ome collie, whl-h
now sat on the front seat with the
driver. There was no mistaking that
luxuriou-s limousine, with Its black cur
tains tightly drawn aud a bit of filmy
gauze fluttering from the door and the
faithful Dill Wolf still stooped cn he
So it was that beautiful June Warner
came Into the boarding house of Mrs
June was ushered Into the parl.-r.
where several of Mrs. Itussel'.s jiuc-t.s
were seated. All were Impressed by
the beauty of the girl as she va ictj ictj-duced
duced ictj-duced to them. A young man susire-t
ed to one of the three yuuus LdL.s
present that they play a irame of
June stood before her new acquaint-
fi ti rcka Vi Ita t-ftirrlv lik ill.l i(.f Lrtu .v
who thev weran.1 vet she did not A.
Ire to offend them. Uir chitf tli.ji.iL
V u -!
was to scr nor ciotnes ana "try to pro procure
cure procure o:;je work that would provide
for her exponas.
And as s!: paused at entering the
'"3ni frame ufe axr rt cne jmnur mju mju-diily
diily mju-diily opened, and in came Orlu Cun Cunningham.
ningham. Cunningham. In Mrs. Rutsel! select boarding bouse
was i; w a strange combination of
people. These were Gilbert Blye, the
maH. Marie; Grin Cunningham and
June, the runaway bride.
Ii out on Uroadway the luxuri
ous limousine, with the black'
curtain drawn and the bit of
LlLuy feuuze ll uttering from the
cuur, turned toward the-river, with the
taithful DL1 Wolf btill stooped over
the tires, his cravat still firmly clutched
in the trap of the tire cover and his
empurpled face turned partly up, so
that the coi'ner of one pink eye could t
gaze back Imploringly at the pursuing i
In that car, btrained tensely forward.
Ned Warner sat with gritted teeth and i
clinched hands, never removing hl
eyes from the tleelng limousine Into
which he had seen his lovely runaway
Lride bundled by the scoundrelly Gil
bert Iiiye. Again he urged the driver,
Jerry, to greater speed, lie was de determined
termined determined that this time the chase
should not end until he had his fingers
clutched aruuud the throat of that
dark, handsomd man with the black
Vandyke and had strangled him to
death. He had wrecked Ned's life, this
dastardly Wye. and nothing but a life
would pay. On the very day of Ned's
marriage the fellow's evil machinations
The Mack curtaiued limousine Just
uhead w heeled around the comer and
ilas bed up the hill at high speed, with
tLe faithful Iiill Wolf wabbling on be behind
hind behind like a Japanese balloon.
As Cunningham entered, June, afraid,
called for Gilbert Blye, and he came
hurrying Into the room, a scowl upon
his dark, handsome face. Gilbert Blye
pointed sternly to the door, and Cun Cunningham,
ningham, Cunningham, after a moment of sullen
hesitation, affected to treat the matter
lightly and swaggered from the room,
twirling bis white mustache. At the
door he turned and cast upon June a
The boarders looked on in surprise
I'leasel l'leju Mr. BlyeP begged
Come! Ills lo' voice soothed her.
'Aou must lie down and rest for a fesr
moments, and I promise that no one
shall disturb you." He led her to a
room. She turned up her pleading
eyes to him, and he smiled down at
her. lie covered her with the folds of
the voluminous black coat. "I shall
return In ten mlnuie," he said.
In the basement Marie stood with
Gilbert IMyeV money In her hand. She
started for the diKr. be came back
and started for the stairs. She turned
again to the door, again to the stairs,
then st.od and looked at Gilbert Blye's
money, her high cheek bones white and
Ui.le- Isioii on her brow.
Uphill and downhill rushed the black
curtained limousine with the Moore
rurally cur till lu hot pursuit.
Occasional! v the well known and
Justly' fau.jiis private detective. Bill
Wolf, loosened his clutch for an In
stant, but tightened It immediately.
The Kharp featured woman withthe
long nose aud the high arched brows
rullcil her e!eetrfi. oui)e UP to the
door of nor own bouse and went Into
June closed her eyes. Suddenly she
sprang to her feet and. running to the
door, phu-ed the tilted back of a chair
beneath the knob; then she stood for
a moment in earnest thought. She
walked slowly to the wardrobe and
opened it. Half Ti dozen pretty cos
tumes hung there. She was aboqt
hastily to bring down the least con
spicuous of these, and she chose Instead
one of the most elaborate, an afternoon
gown richly trimmed with fur. With
feverish speed she donned this ex
quisite garment, con gra tuba ting herself
that it fitted her lautlfully.
In the pniior Orln Cunningham sat
"with two young women. The young
(Continued on Fourth Page)
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 191S
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f4GuPDOARD
WE IVANT'-YOUR OL0 EWJO
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I ATI IK NEWS Showing President Wilson reviewing the
CHILD OF THE PRAIRII Stlig Two-reel Drama
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(HIIL AT NOLAN'S Vitajrmph Comedy
Featurinjc Margaret Cib?on, Gt-o. Stanley and Anne Schaefer.
WHEN THE FATES SPIN S. & A. Drama
Featuring Bryant Wafhburr..
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Don't be afraid to go to the ball
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OCALA GOCA-BDIA 88TTLS8G
i y in m
Isa Regular 'Bonanza" for Insects.
They thrive and breed like "wildfire." No mat matter
ter matter if your house is screened, Roaches, Moths, Flies
and Mdsquitces 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
FENOLE, that cleanly spray, that peerless house household
hold household disinfectant and insect destroyer.
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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they are getting a square deal
We fill phone orders and cut
meat for children just as ac accurately
curately accurately as- though we were
serving our friends in person.
This business is built on hon honest
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neat and reasonable prices.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Cai ef ul Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract .wok Gives More and Better
Work for tfce Money than Any Other
Contractor in the citv.
(If you have any items for this
Thought for the Day
No work is worth doinjj badly, and
he who puts his be?t into every task
that come, to hand will surely out outstrip
strip outstrip the man ho waits for a frreat
opportunity "before he conde.cends to
exert himelf. Exchange.
Mr. R. A. Uurford and ?on, Mr. Sam
Burford left this morning for Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and from there they sailed
this afternoon for Bo?ton to spend
several days with Mr. R. A. Burford,
Jr. and family.
Miss Beatrice Williams has return returned
ed returned from a short visit to Jacksonville.
Mr. Bernard Koonce is-spending a
few days at Bushnell with his father,
Judge J. C. B. Koonce.
Saturday afternoon in Tallahassee,
Miss Eleanor Nixon, a former Ocala
rirl, entertained at a shower in com compliment
pliment compliment to Miss Grace Hill, a bride bride-elect.
elect. bride-elect. The affair was perfect in ap appointments
pointments appointments and proved the ability of
the hostess as a charming entertain entertainer.
er. entertainer. Assisting the hostess were her
mother, Mrs. T. J. Nixon, Miss Louise
Nixon, Mrs. J. P. Ililburn and others.
Mr. Clarence Zewadski is expected
home Saturday from Ann Harbor,
Michigan, where he is now concluding
a most successful year at the state
Mrs. II. C. Eane and niece, Miss
Nannie Smith, who concluded several
days, ago an extended visit to the
former's son, Dr. W. K. Lane and
wife, are spending several weeks in
Jacksonville before leaving for North
Mr. Wiley Burford, who is a mem- j
ber of the student body at Princeton j
University, is enjoying a visit to
friends in New York, and before re-;
turning home the first of August will
visit other college mates in the north.:
Mr. Clarence Meffert is home from j
a week's automobile trip to Orlando,
Sanford, DeLand, Daytona and Day-'
Miss Onie Chazal, who is visiting!
her grandmother, Mrs. N. Hickman at
her summer home fn Lewes, Del.,
will go to Philadelphia Saturday for a,
short visit, thence to New York City,
and before returning home will
fpend a few days at West Point.
Mrs. J. II. Taylor has returned from
a ten day's visit to Lake Weir, the
guest of the family of Mr. George
Mrs. C. C. Bryant and children
have gone to Jacksonville to visit her
brother, Judge Ion Farris and family
and other relatives for several weeks.
Friends throughout the state and
especially in this section will learn
with interest of the approaching mar marriage
riage marriage of Mr. James D. Ingram, Flor Florida
ida Florida passenger agent of the Seaboard
Air Line Railway, to Miss Frances
Humphreys, a charming young lady of
St. Augustine. The wedding will take
place Wednesday evening, June SO, in
the Memorial Presbyterian church at
Miss Marion Dewey leaves Friday
for Gainesville to take the eight
weeks' summer school course at the i
Mrs. Pearl Lavinka of Ft. Myers is
the guest of Oeala relatives and be before
fore before returning home will visit in Live
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kilgore and
four children and Mr. Kilgore's
mother composed a Plant City motor motoring
ing motoring party spending last night in the
city at the Colonial. They are en route
to Tennessee. I
Mrs. C. C. Arms is the guest until j
tomorrow night of Mrs. P. W. Spell Spell-man
man Spell-man in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGuire, who
have been spending the past fort
night in Chicago, have returned to j
Miss Mary Bell, a visitor to Ocala aj
number of times, has concluded a
visit of several months to her sister,!
Mrs. W. T. Mcllwaine in Lakeland.!
She was accompanied to her home in j
Georgia by Miss Virginia Mcllwaine. j
Mr. Guy Miller of Fairfield visited
friends in Ocala last evening.
Mrs. E. M. Overstreet, Misses Lois,'
Ethel and Mabel Overstreet of Eus-;
tis, are guests of Mrs. S. W. Igou,
arriving today. Several weeks ago ago-Mrs.
Mrs. ago-Mrs. Overstreet while in the city had
the misfortune of having her new
Buick touring car run into by another
car and she retuiwied today to have
the damaged parts replaced with newj
Mrs II. E. Schoeflin and daughters,!
Miss Antonette and Mrs. Raymond;
Hill, who have been the guests of Mrs.;
Port Leavengood for the past two!
weeks, left today for a visit to Mrs.!
W. L. Godwin at Fairfield. They will i
probably return to Ocala before Ieav-I
department, call 'phone 10)
ing for their homes in St. Augustine
m m m
Mrs. Sue Robinson Vidal announces
the marriage of her daughter, Irma, to
Mr. Harold Reed Tyndale, Tuesday
afternoon, June 8th, 5:30 o'clock.
This will be a great surprise to her
many friends in this city. She was
visiting her cousin. Miss Clara Smith
at Reddick. Mr. Tyndale joined her
there and. they motored to Ocala,
where they were married.
Mr. Tyndale, who is from Merrill,
Wis., has been attending the univer university
sity university the past year and has made
many friends in this city. The bride
is the youngest daughter of Mrs. Sue
Vidal and the late Dr. A. J. Vidal.
She is attractive and popular among
the younger set and will be greatly
missed in church and social circles.
Mr. Tyndale has gone north to
make arrangements and will return
soon for his bride. Their future home
will be in Cclumbus, Ohio, and they
expect to go home by New York City,
to visit his relatives. Gainesville
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala. Fla.
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.
Ocala Gas Company
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
:J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak'a Wagon fehop.
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALM ERS
Floe Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E;3IeIVER and a V. ROBERTS
All Yt'ork Done by Licensed Embal Embal-.
. Embal-. icer and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
UNDERTAKING OFFICE 45
All Babies Destined
to Oreat Achievement
To be born 13 to be great. For there
arc possibilities la every liny human in-
J0'&lZ reason erery one
whatever is done t
aid tle mother, to r
Here her of Litres.- s
durinj ber trying
months, vriU surely be
of marked bene&t to
Amonje the srlin?
aijj U a rp!ena:j ex
teml remedy kao kao-es
es kao-es -hloV.ier'a Friend."
It !j wLat Is called tn
embrocation. It Ij
plied to tbe abdominal zaasclcs, genl'.?
rubbed in by your own band gruiJcJ
by your own mind. It makes the muscles
pliant, they expand quite naturally and th
effect upon the nerres U such that they ad adjust
just adjust themselves to the process of expansion
so that pain from this source Is almost elimi eliminated.
nated. eliminated. Women who use "Mother's Friend Friend-refer
refer Friend-refer to the absence of morning sickness, they
are relieved of a rreat many minor dis distresses,
tresses, distresses, all apprehension disappears and three
peculiar nervous "fidgets' no longer disturb
the -EirLU. It Is well named "Mother's
Friend. Get a bottle today of any drug drug-gist.
gist. drug-gist. Then at nee write for a most enter enter-tainimr
tainimr enter-tainimr and instructlTe book for all prospee.
tire mothers. Address Brad field Regulator
Co 405 Iimar Bldx, Atlanta, Ga.
DELICIOUS MEAT PIES.
A MEAT f ie U a wry useful form
f ft.I. as It is almost as good
coM as Lot autl can appear at
breakfast. I;:n h or si:ppr. Tbe meat
of all pies sin-uM lirt le pnrtly cooked.
leeausf It ret-ds Ions, slow cooking
and the paltry does not. To proceed
cut the uirat into idtfts of convenient
size and salt and jipvr and moisten
with stock. Add a little chopped pars parsley,
ley, parsley, cover with a diU or tin aud place
In the oven.
Cut the steak into thin strips and
roil each ;-trlp round a little piece of
fat whicu lias leen liberally sprinkled
with salt and iepper and a little chop chopped
ped chopped parsley and celery salt, or use fat
fur half the nui:dcr of rolls and bacon
for the others, tluu the pie dish with a
slice of onion. Now pack the rolls,
moisten with jcravy or stock and partly
cook while you make the pastry.
For a' plain pie use three-fourths of
n pound cf sU-ak. four iiuuds of kid kidney,
ney, kidney, sis ounces of potatoes sliced, two
ounces of macaroni and one hard boil boiled
ed boiled e'4. Partly cok the kidney and
put it through the grinder and spread
It on the beef before rolling. Pack the
rolls tightly to keep them In place aud
put the other iir-redients In layers,
nnd when well baked you will have a
Steam a chkkeu lightly for a pie.
remove the breast and wing slices and
take the meat o.T the I.-gs and all the
pickings. Use a little bacon aud much
macaroni ami an e:rg to fill up.
To bake any of these pies a moder moderate
ate moderate oven is nit ded. If the crust seems
to be browning tiK uni li protect with
greased p:iper. A cupful of stock or
gravy is about c!i.ni;'!i to use. using
half at tirt and adding the other half
In about half an hour before taking
the pies out of the ven. I.eave a hole
in the center of the pie crust aud cover
it with a pastry ornament after the
second half cupful of liquid Is added.
Wheu the pastry is ready wet the
edge of the pie dish and tit an edge of
pastry to It. Ient It down at even
spaces. Brush over with a beaten egg.
which gives the yellowish, clazed look
which one exacts of a pie. For a sim simple
ple simple pie crust take one iound of flour,
six ounces of drippings and a pinch of
salt. Rub the fat into the Hour, mix
with water and roll out once. If, you
like, use one egg yolk and less water.
Pastry must le handled lightly, but
firmly. Heavy handed methods mean
Melt two tablespoouTuls of butter In
a saucepan, add one cupful of cooked
beans, two tablespoonfuls of grated
cheese. ieppcr. salt and paprika to
taste and one tab!esiKonfuI of flnely
chopped parsley. Stir them over the
fire until thoroughly hot. then add one
,yolk of egg. well beaten, with one ta ta-blespoonful
blespoonful ta-blespoonful of water and stir for a
few minutes lomrer. Serve at once
garnished with small croutons of fried
From the Experience of Ocala People
We are fortunate indeed to be able
to profit by the experience of our
neighbors. The public utterances of
Ocala residents on "the following sub subject
ject subject will interest and benefit many
of our readers. Read the statement.
No better proof can be had.
Mrs. S. E. Fraser, 104 Fifth St.,
Ocala. says: "I have used Dona's
Kidney Pills and they have always
given the lest of satisfaction.. When
my kidneys got out of order, I was
so dizzy that I couldn't straighten.
At times I couldn't get about, owing
to rheumatic pain across the small
of my backl had other kidney troubles
as well. I used Doan's Kidney- Pills
and they brought me immediate re relief.
lief. relief. Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Fraser had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 10
SUMMER TOURS BY SEA
Merchants and Miners Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation Co. Issues Attractive Sum Summer
mer Summer Tour Book
The Merchants and Miners Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Co. has issued an attractive
Summer Tour Book, setting forth the
delightful summer tours afforded by
its steamship lines.
The routes show a combination of
the sea-trip on one of the steamers,
with other steamer and rail lines, to
the principal summer resorts of the
United States, Canada and the Mari Maritime
time Maritime Provinces.
The book is profusely illustrated
with photographs of the cities of
Boston, Providence, Philadelphia, Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, Washington, etc., as well as
the principal summer resorts and con contains
tains contains a list of points of interest and
the principal hotels" at various point.s,
also several useful maps.
The book can be secured gratis on
application to W. P. Turner, General
Passenger Agent, M. & M. T. Co.,
THE JOHN DOZIER CO.
"We sell feed," therefore always
have it fre?h. Quick fales and small
profits our MOTTO. 5-12-tf
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 ma5!ac1ii the back with Cham j
berlain's Liniment two or three times;
a day. Try it. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
ADVERTISE IX THE STAR
HTHERE is a heavy demand upon
us for second-hand pianos. If you have a piano
that is not being used, tell us about it, and we will,
make you a ood proposition to take it off your
hands, and in its place you can
secure an instrument from us
that will bring into your home
the greatest music ever writ written
ten written or ever played.
should have no -place,- a ny ny-where,
where, ny-where, so let us show you how
you can produce the world's greatest music without
a musical education.
Your old piano will go a long way toward the
payment of a PLAYER-PIANO.
CONVENIENT PAYMENTS IF DESIRED
HpRY our Fresh Meat it will
li please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also a fine line of Groceries.
the deal for that real estate has been cfosed and the only thin
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has vl-out 150
deed records and 45 mortgage record i and 50 of miscellanoeus rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among thes la
the record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knows
that he has got it alL
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGII
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT 3IAN HAS REASONABLE TIME INV
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.
florid k title and abstract corporation
, 1 :t " -'
. J : The pressure being direct, not sliding, T
f I t 'jnf f f it can not wear cr tear. Call and set X
Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is aken to
protect it from contamination while it. goes through the process which re re-ult
ult re-ult in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of urs. Let urn
have your custom we deserTe it.
Ocala See & PacMnio
1- -- - -"-
This is our
Manufactured for the present of
P.lm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
h atd by steam, it can not scorch.
Ocala 5 team Laundry
402-404 South Main St. J
BE OS PUlE 8g
OCALA EVENING STAB, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16. 1915
Sons of Confederate Veterans meet
Mr. J. J. Guynn returned last
night from a few days' visit in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mr. A. V. Hamill, one of the Coast
Line's popular conductors, is visiting
his Ocala friends.
Use Nyal's family remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf
Mr. and Mrs. C. Stanaland of the
Lynne section are among the east east-siders
siders east-siders in the city today.
Nyal's White Liniment. Use it for
aches and pains, bruises and sprains.
Sold by Annex Drug Store. 16-tf
The Homosassa picnic train leaves
at 7:30 tomorrow morning. Be on
Try some of those deviled crabs,
fresh every day at Rodoff's. Keating's
Buffet. Phone 22. tf
Mr. Albert Graham is in charge oi
Sid Whaley's fruit stand while Mr.
Whaley is absent in Jacksonville.
V. K. Lane, M. TTayslclan and
8urgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
The circuit court today is working
on the civil case of Mclver & Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay versus L. N. Green.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
rest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Mr. R. L. Carter now of Live Oak,
is visiting his family in this city.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Mr. Raymond Bullock returned to today
day today at noon from a short business
trip to Jacksonville.
Mr. J. G. Parrish left last night for
Atlantic Beach, to attend the meet meeting
ing meeting of the State Pharmaceutical As Association.
sociation. Association. He will return tomorrow.
Mr. Marcus Frank returned last
night from a short visit with his wife
and children in Savannah. They leave
there this week for Waynesville, N.
C., to remain for the summer.
Gerig's drugstore has just received
a fresh supply of pebble candy.
40 cents a' pound. .6-7-tf.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
Malcolm Williams has named his
pretty colt "Lorelei." Malcolm says
"it sure does take money to make the
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 3.c: boxes. Pure and de delicious.
licious. delicious. 26-lm
Mr. E. C. McLeod, who is steadily
but slowly recovering from his recent
accident, says this is the first time he
ever got it in the neck.
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
Arrangements may be made for en entertainment
tertainment entertainment of parties at the home of
R. G. Warwick, Eastlake. Bath room,
sleeping porches, croquet grounds,
fishing and .bathing in Lake Weir. 3t
Mr. Andrews, representing the
Grantham Printing Co. of Atlanta, is
a guest at the Harrington.
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00
State, County and City Depository.
Whether it is for complete plumb plumbing
ing plumbing work for a new' house or a small
repair job, any service we perform
largo or small received the same same-careful
careful same-careful attention and skillful handling.
We have tht experience, the knowl knowledge
edge knowledge and the facilities to do any job
rght, iat the right figure. Get our
T. HEEOHflr.1 & SOUS
This report is mace from obierva-'
tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the jrov-;
ernment. Max. Min It. F.
June 1 73 04 .52 f
June 2 S8 70 .Ul
June 3 02 CO ..
June 5 85 01
June C 80 04
June 7 85 C5 .02
June 8 83 00
June 9 '. 03 73
I June 10 05 70
I June 11 02 C:J
June 12 04 C3 .
June 13 02 CO
June 14 03 07
June 15 ..... 03 00
Partly cloudy tonight and Thurs-daj
Eight members were present at last
evening's meeting of the city council.
An application of D. G. Dcbout to
operate a peanut and popcorn wagon
on the streets was referred to the city
A communication from the Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan bank asking that the assess assessment
ment assessment for 1014 taxes be reduced, was
filed, as said assessment was not un under
der under jurisdiction of the present coun council.
cil. council. Mr. J. P. Galloway was allowed to
redeem sidewalk paving certificates in
one, two and three years.
Communication from Mr. C. Car Car-michael,
michael, Car-michael, proposing to feed one team
and haul lime from the county lime pit
for paving a road from'1 the head of
Silver Springs west through the prop property
erty property of J. D. Robertson to the pres
ent hard road, was referred to the
street committee with a request to re report
port report at the next meeting.
An old lighting account against the
Moose club, for $38.40, was referred
to the city attorney. The club asked
that it be allowed to pay same in
A leter from the J. M. McCrary
Company stating that they could have
150 copies of sewerage specifications
printed in Atlanta, was referred to
the finance committee.
Marshal Adams asked for a two
weeks leave of absence, which was
referred to the police committee with
power to act.
Warrant for $1550.00 was ordered
drawn for the redemption of note in
the Munroe & Chambliss National
Bill for copy of charter amendment
was ordered paid.
After quite a discussion Rule 3" of
the rules governing the watejr works
department was amended so that a
deposit in addition to the quarterly
rent in advance is no longer demand demanded
ed demanded of the consumer.
A resolution was passed allowing
the correction of a number of paving
certificates that had been erroneously
issued some time ago.
A deed from Mr. Lanier Robertson
and wife to a strip of land on East
Adams strejet for the public use was
presented and accepted. This is a
piece of land, at the intersection of
Adams and Seminole streets which
will enable the city to straighten the
former at this point.
Bids for erecting a pumping station
for the water works department
which had been referred to Messrs.
Twombley & Haney for advice, were
referred back to the council, recom recommending
mending recommending that the bids of Messrs. Mc Mclver
lver Mclver & MacKay and Mr. W. C. Blan Blan-chard
chard Blan-chard were the two most desirable.
After discussion the contract was or ordered
dered ordered awarded to Messrs. Mclver &
The matter of erecting sheds and
other buildings necessary for the prop proper
er proper care of the street sprinklers and
scarifier was referred to the street
The finance committee reported that
the mayor had consented to sign the
contract between the city and the
Chero-Cola Company, and also that
between the city and the J. B. Mc McCrary
Crary McCrary Company with a few changes
that were mutually agreeable.
ill SOU flfflS
(Continued from Third Page)
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and Miss Blair
Woodrow came up from Lake Weir
this morning for a short visit.
Mrs. George MacKay and Miss An Annie
nie Annie MacKay expect to go to Lake
"Weir Friday. The friends of Miss
Annie will L-e glad to learn that she is
recuperating rapidly from her re recent
cent recent operation.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Munroe have
gone to North Carolina for a fort fortnight
night fortnight stay.
Alumni Association to Meet Monday
The alumni association of the Ocala
hih school will meet next Monday
evening at 8 o'clock at the Marion
county court house and all graduates
are urged to be present. A constitu constitution
tion constitution and by-laws will be adopted and
other business' attended to.
Misses Dorothy Schreiber and
Kathleen Jackson will entertain in informally
formally informally tomorrow afternoon at the
home of the latter in compliment to
Miss Marion Dewey, who leaves for
an eight weeks' stay in Gainesville.
If you cast your eye over the Tem Temple
ple Temple program for this evening, you
will see a mighty interesting list.
There will be "When the Fates Spin,
Essanay; "The Girl at Nolan's,"
Vitagraph; "A Child of the Prairie,
Selig. Wednesday is the regular day
for the Pathe News.
The Odd Fellows had an extra
pleasant session at the meeting of
Tulula Lodge last night. There was
an excellent program for the "good of
the order," and refreshments of cake
and fruit punch were served. Dr. Mc
Clane built the punch, and his breth
ren decided to elect him official punch
maker. Tulula Lodge has an excellent
program at every meeting. At last
night's session, officers for the next
term were nominated.
Mr. Ed Carter of the Berlin com
munity was a business visitor today.
Mr. Lupo, a gentleman from Ox
ford, was operated on at the hospital
this morning for acute appendicitis.
He was in a critical condition when
brought to the hospital, but the phy
sicians and nurses hope to pull him
Marshal Adams, who has been
troubled with tonsilitis for some time,
has taken a vacation in order to have
the trouble removed. His place on
the force is being filled by Mr. S. .M
Mr. J. E. Thomas and Mr. Shelton
Souter of Sparr, came in this morn
ing in the former's auto to bring Mr.
Kit Souter of Anthony to the hospita
for treatment- The many friends of
Mr. Souter hope for his early recov
Among the commission men mak making
ing making their home at the Colonial during
the vegetable and fruit season are
Messrs. Charles Knappe of Miami; C.
M. Durling, New York; S. S. Reed,
Oakland City, Ind., and H. M. Pelton,
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping, furnished or- unfurnished,
or single furnished rooms. Mrs. A. M.
Perry, No. 19, Herbert street. tf6
WANTED Orders by Altar Guild
for children's garments, aprons,
hemstitching and embroidering. Call
phone 70. 5-tf
FOR RENT Weil located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousek2eping. Inquire at the Co
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms "with board at special sum sum-,mer
,mer sum-,mer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-1 mo.
WANTED A position by a sixteen-year-old
boy, willing to do any anything;
thing; anything; has a bicycle. Call phone 528
or the Star office. 9-Ct
LOST Between Ocala and Belleview,
a blue serge coat with initials L.
F. S. Finder will be suitably reward rewarded
ed rewarded by notifying L. F. Causey, Weirs Weirs-dale,
dale, Weirs-dale, Fla., or leaving at Star office. 9tf
WANTED Good second hand iron
bed with springs and mattress; must
be cheap. Address, P. D. Odell, Ocala,
WANTED A roll top desk and a
flat top desk. Apply to the Ocala
Knitting Mills. ir-Ht
Rest Thing for a Bilious Attack
"On account of my confinement in
the printing ofTice I have for years
been a chronic sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
aro I had an attack that was so se severe
vere severe that I was not able to go to the
cae 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 II. C. Bailey, editor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. Adv.
(Continued from Page Two)
man was praying tne piano, ana a
third young woman In the middle of
the floor was laughing and executing
a fancy dance step. Over by the
window stood Gilbert Blye with Mrs.
Russel. In bis hand he held a tiny
gold watch, and In the pen lid there
smiled a portrait of lovely June War Warner.
ner. Warner. "She Is simply stunning," said Mrs.
Kussel appreciatively. "Do you sup suppose
pose suppose she will live here?
Gilbert Blye smiled, and, shutting
the watch with a decisive click, lie put
It In his pocket and walked Into the
halL As he started up the stairs be
stopped, surprised by the beautiful
figure which emerged from a room
and came down toward him with
queenly grace. It was June, an en entrancing
trancing entrancing vision of loveliness In her bor borrowed
rowed borrowed finery, and In ber eyes was a
"Will you give me a cigarette,
please?" she gayly requested hlin, and
be looked at her In astonishment.
"Why why. Yes!" he stammered.
lie produced his case, and she took a
cigarette. Still studying her curiously,
he lit hia pocket lighter for her, and a
slight frown twitched upon his brow
as, puckering her beautiful red lips.
8he blew a long thin stream of blue
smoke Into his face.
"Come on." she called, and, taking
his arm, 6he tripped smilingly Into the
parlor, with a sidelong glance, how however,
ever, however, as she left the hall, at the stal stalwart
wart stalwart attendant who guarded the front
"Whose dress am I wearing?" she
"It's mine," said one 6f the girls.
Jumping up from the side of Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham and walking all around her. "But,
honey, I'm bound to say that It looks
better on you than It does on me."
And tbee was a trace of envy In the
ONE FLIGHT UP
A Sign Caught Her Eye.
iiy George, you're a dream!" said
Orin Cunningham, who had been too
much astonished to rise until now,
and, with a sidelong glance at? Gilbert
Blye, he walked across to her, and
from his pocket he drew a long white
leather case closed with a golden
clasp. He opened. It. drew something
from It and. .his eyvs sparkling, held
up a string of milk white i?arls.
"now about U7"
She flashed her large. lustrous eyes
at him. and her rosy lips parted In a
smile; then she looked at Gilbert Blye.
He hesitated a moment and nodded.
Then she bent her head, and Cunning
ham threw the string of pearls around
her beautiful white neck.
She put her arm through his and
merrily danced across the room to a
mirror, where with sparking eyes she
adinlred the pretty bauble.
"I think I'll have a cotktail, please."
she said, turning suddenly to Mra.
Russel. "Why has no one offered m
"Bless your heart, honey, laughed
Mrs. Russel. "I didn't supiose you
knew how to drink a cocktail."
June was a bubble, a sprite, a danc dancing
ing dancing effervescence, a gay little totaliza totalization,
tion, totalization, until Mrs. Russel returned with
cocktails for all of them. June drank
hers with enchanting abandon.
Suddenly she whirled to the door,
and Cunningham was after her in a
"No, no I" she laughingly cried. "I'm
going to surprise you. You must staj
In here and wait."
"Not me," laughed Cunningham.
"Then I won't surprise you." And
she flounced into a chair with a pretty
"Here, Cunningham," called the
young man who had followed June,
"we want that surprise."
"Sit down. -Cunningham," said Blye,
and he indicated where Cunningham
was to sit while he held back the por
tleres for June to pass.
She 6topped In the curtains.
"Now, mind, none of you Is to come!
And have another cocktail ready for
me!" She whispered something la.
Blye's ear as she hurried into the halL
Ce put his head out, however, and
looked at the liveried attendant. That
Btalwart person stood stiffly at the door
and cast his gloomy eyes on June. He
was the type of man who would as lief
murder a becwlf ul woman as an ugly
Halfway up the stairs June turned
and found the eyes .of the stalwart j
guard fixed steadfastlv mon htr. She
smliea sweeny ut imn ana mi-KDinti
lie hesitated a m luent, then came
stalking slowly to htr. So long as she
was within reach of him he need not
be within reach of the door.
"What's your name?" and. folding
her hands together, she beamed down
at the big lout.
"Christian." and he actually grinned.
"Well, Christian, now listen," and
she held up a warning finger. "I want
you to help me play a little trick. Come
on and I'll show you." Shelurned and
tripped lightly up the stairs.
Christian, however, turned and stalk-
li 1 I CyyXK: :XfV V ; i.'.i hi i
Ha "V r-r-.'-T ... fj
i he biggest automobile value ever offered for
less than $1000.
A powerful, fast, silent and cweet running full-fjrovrn 5-paascnrjer,
really beautiful and fully equipped family auiomnb!!?.
High tension magneto, sliding gear. lransmhion,! :f ihndecnter control,
anti-skid tires on rear, full stream-line body.
The car that has practically every high priced car feature. Tho car that
is the sensation of tho whole automobile worlds
? --.- : .-.v.v 2 r rjjs mi ir
efl to the pnrior and poked bis yellow
head between tho i-urt lores.
"Slie wants me to help play a' trick,
he announced. !ind they all laushed.
"It's a s:ife trl.-k it you ht lp." chuck chuckled
led chuckled CunnlTjhani. and Illyo motioned
his a?soiit. T!icivu; on c'hristlaii stalk
oil up tho s'.ilr.- and eiitt-rtil the roro
wnere juue stooi anMousiy awauin?
ller silvery little laush came as she
saw him. and j,he rm lightly to the
window and threw It open. There was
a tiny balcony outside which was en entirely
tirely entirely isolated and quite high aIove the
"Now, Jus-t stand out there, she di directed.
rected. directed. ;u:d ho s!ei'i-ed o!xdIently out.
CJentlj lowercil the window.
"I'll tell vou what to do next, she
laughed, i.o!dcd to h'm and turned the
window leck: then she slid the steel Are
shutters. wiiKh she had discovered in
the window jamb, and droppt-d their
bolt in i'h:-e.
How Mrs. Harrod Got Rid of Her
"I suffered with stomach trouble'
for years and tried everything Ij
heard of, tut the only re?!ef I pot was -temporary
until la?t spring I saw
Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and
procured a bottle of them at our druff 1
store, I rrot immediate relief from :
that dreadful heaviness after eatinj? :
and from p:.n in the stomach," i
writes Iis. Linda Harrod, Fort!
Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every- J
world is that few of us fall very low,
the saddest that with such caratili- i
ties we f-Mo" r'r" J "T I?rrio l
"When my daughter had whooping
coujjh she couched so hard at one
time that she had hemorrhage of the
lurprs. I was terribly alarmed about
her condition. Seeinpr Chamberlain's
Coujrh Remedy so highly recom recommended,
mended, recommended, I got her a bottle and it re relieved
lieved relieved the cou;rh at once. Before she
had finished two bottles of thi3 rem remedy
edy remedy she was entirely well, writes
Mrs. S. F. Grime?, Crooksville, Ohio.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
S With electric
-. : .
I 1 -n
the road at 50 miles
starter and electric lights $SS extra.
AGENT FOR MARION COUNTY
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Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
racking and Storing
Shipping of Freight.
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