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OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1916
. VOL.22, NO. 128
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SAYS PRESIDENT UMfWO OUylL iftllE
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Home of the Late James J. Hill will
be Open this Afternoon to the
Employes of the Great
St. .Paul, May 30. The funeral of
James J. Hill, who died here yesterday
morning, will be simple. The home
will be open to employes of the Great
Northern railroad this afternoon. The
funeral will be held from the home at
2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, and
will be public. Many messages from
prominent men, civic and state or
ganizations have been received. Every
flag in the city is at half-mast.
RULED AGAINST EVIDENCE
IN VICTOR E. INNES CASE
Court Held that Anything Tending to
Prove Killing of Mrs. Nelms and
' Sister Could Not be
Atlanta, May 30 Judge Benjamin
Hill, in the superior court today, ruled
that evidence tending to prove that
Victor E. Innes and wife killed Mrs.
Eloise Nelms Dennis and her sister,
Miss Beatrice Nelms, couldn't be in introduced
troduced introduced by the prosecution' at the
trial of the Innes on charges of lar larceny
ceny larceny after trust. r v
COINS OF NEW DESIGN
WILL SOON BE MINTED
McAdoo Announces an Issue of Dimes,
Quarters and Half-Quarters for
First of July
Washington, May 30. Dimes, .quar .quarters
ters .quarters and half-quarters of new design
will be minted July 1st, Secretary Mc McAdoo
Adoo McAdoo announced today. This will be
the first change in these coins since
1891. ., :
THAT MISSING CARRANZA NOTE
Foreign Minister Aguilar .Can Give
No Reason for Its Mysterious :
Mexico City, May 30.-2-Foreign
Minister Aguilar stated today that no
note had been sent to Washington by
Carranza as reported. .He intimated
that such a commun'ciation had been
under consideration but offered no ex explanation
planation explanation why it had been withheld.
PERSHING GIVES ORDERS
TO GRADE OLD ROADS
This Step is Taken in Spite of Reports
to the Effect that Expeditionary
Column is to be Withdrawn
Columns, N. M., May 30. Despite
reports At the American expedition expeditionary
ary expeditionary jU J will be withdrawn from
Mexico h general Pershing has given
orders!: the., military authorities
here sf begin restoring the old
graded f kd from Palomas, Mexico,
to a poit near Colonia Dublan.
MADE IN OCALA CAR
?ot the pasl six months J.v C.
Smith, the Magnolia street jeweler
and watchmaker, has been, by de degrees,
grees, degrees, assembling parts of watches,
clocks, motorcycles, Fords,, etc., all of
which he has put together and made
into a neat little car which may be
said to be a cross between a racer and
a motorcycle. This little car was seen
on our streets today for -the first time,
darting in and out among other ve vehicles
hicles vehicles in quite a lively manner. It
runs well and reflects much credit on
the owner, and the town as well, bear
ing the made in Ocala stamp.
Mr. Smith's car is a ball-bearing,
stem-winding, seven thousand jewel
(or nuts) two-passenger affair, with
radiator, wheels and frame of Ford
and Maxwell (house) blend, and a 25-
We congratulate Mr. Smith on his
ingenuity. May his tribe increase,
pereby decreasing the high, cost of
Eat OC ALA-MADE bread. There's
hone better than Carter's Butter
Auto for hire, phones 145 and 123
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
rom our own farm daily. Open niglr
nd day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
For inside house finishing FIBER FIBER-1C
1C FIBER-1C is the most economical wall
pard made, attractive, never warps,
.erlasting. D. S. Welch, agent, tf.
Struck Rear Tire of the Automobile
in Which the Colonel was Riding
5 During Parade'
. (Associated Press)
Kansas Uity, May JOs An open
pocket knife was thrown at, Colonel
Roosevelt today during the Memorial
Day parade. The knife struck the
rear tire of the automobile in which
the colonel 'was riding. Mr. Roose
velt was not told of the incident, the
police making no report.1
Famous Prisoner Has Been Taken
from the Ocala Jail to the State
In charge of Captain Tom Bridges,
J. J. Mendenhall left this morning on
the A. C. L. 5:40 train for the state
prison farm at Raiford, where he will
enter oh his life sentence for the
murder of Eusie Eliot, near Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater last summer.
Mendenhall' was neatly dressed and
looked well. If it hadn't been for the
handcuff s, which the considerable
Captain Tom." made as inobstrusive
as possible, nobody Would have sup supposed
posed supposed he was a prisoner. He talked
pleasantly with the few who recogniz recognized
ed recognized him at the station. He said he
was glad of the prospect of going to
work in comparison with the tedium
of jail life. At the same time he said
that Sheriff Galloway, Jailer Chalker
and all others he came in contact with
hire had been very good to him, and
he was grateful for all their kind
Mendenhall has been a model pris
oner. He is a fine-looking man with
much personal magnetism, and people
who come in contact with him are
naturally inclined to treat him well.
He is only about 45 years old, and
looks young, and if he is pardoned
out m ten years, as he probably will
be, ha wjll still be able to make much
out of life. -V. '' :
The story of Mendenhall's crime is
well known. In company with Miss
Eliot and her mother, in a car driven
by Guy Semple, he left Tampa one
evening irt July. Late that night
Semple stopped men on the road near
Clearwater and told that Mendenhall
had made a murderous attack on the
two women and he had fled for his
life. The sheriff on Pinellas county
was notified and going to, the scene
found the ruins of the car and the
charred remains of the women. Be
fore daylight, Mendenhall .was arrest arrested
ed arrested at his home in Clearwater, and has
been a prisoner ever since.
Mendenhall was tried at Clearwater
and found guilty of murder with a
recommendation to mercy. Conse Conse-uqently,
uqently, Conse-uqently, he was sentenced-to prison
On the stand Mendenhall told a
feeble story in his own defense. Said
Miss Eliot shot herself and her moth mother,
er, mother, and that the chauffeur set fire to
the car and the bodies of the two
women in order to shield Mendenhall.
No one acquainted with the char characters
acters characters in the tragedy supposes that
Mendenhall committed a cold-blooded
murder. He had been intimate with
Miss Eliot, and she probably demand demanded
ed demanded more from him in return than he
was able to give. It is most likely
that going with her and her mother
on the ride, intending to gj.ve.her all
in his power, he was driven frantic
by her demands and killed fcfoth wom women.
en. women. Then he set the ar on fire in the
vain hope of destroying enough clues
to give him a faint i chance of ac acquittal.
quittal. acquittal. The story he told on the
stand seems ridiculous, but it is pos possible
sible possible proof that in spite of his crime
considerable honor remained in him.
He could easily have told a story that
would have put the chauffeur in a bad
light, and might have shifted the
blame to his shoulders, f Menenhall
did not have the heart, or rather he
had too much conscience,' to do this;
consequently, he tried to save himself
without charging Semple with a grave
INSTALLING CEILING FANS
Frank's Store, one of the most pop popular
ular popular drygoods houses in Ocala, is in installing
stalling installing several large ceiling electrical
fans for the comfort of v the store's
customers and clerks during the hot
months. The fans will not only "great "greatly
ly "greatly reduce the temperature of the store
but will keep away the flies to a great
extent, Frank's Store always keeps
abreast of the times in goods and
equipment. v -
. Wegive prompt and accurate ser service
vice service on all prescription work. Tell
your doctor to leave, yours with
us. The Gourt Pharmacy. tf.
President Wilson was the Principal
Speaker at 'Memorial Day Cele-
,, bration in Arlington
Washington, May '30. Washington
today honored the nationa's dead sol soldier
dier soldier and sailor heroes. President Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, government clerks from various
departments; veterans, white clad
fewer girls, Daughters of the Union
and Confederacy joined in observing
Memorial Day. The president was the
principal speaker at the G. A. R.
celebration, at Arlington cemetery
The women scattered' flowers on the
Potomac in honor of the dead naval
Ifcc icll-iwing from the Scottsville,
Ky., Times tells of the work being
done by the Ocala Oil Company in Al Allen
len Allen county Kentucky. The said com company
pany company consists of Messrs; E. A. ; Os Osborne
borne Osborne and R. O. Huntsman, of Ocala,
W. H. McRainey, of Wildwood, I. A.
Hampton of Floral City, Walter Ray,
of Martel, and W. E. Baxley, of In Inverness:
verness: Inverness: ''.
Through, the courtesy of Mr. R. O.
Huntsman, manager of the, Ocala Oil
Company, the writer recently had the
pleasure of 'making a trip through the
Rodemer oil field. ;
A quick run by automobile out the
Jackson Highway brought the party to
the railroad crossing, three miles south
of town, where the first well was
drilled in the Rodemer territory. This
original test well was the work of
ocal capital and owed its existence
to.; the initiative and the persever
ance of Earl C. Huntsman. It was
sunk three" years ago, and, with an
other well put down near by a little
ater is still being pumped. A pump
house and storage tanks stand beside
A quarter of a mile down the rail
way track is the little station of
Rodemer. Here two sidings have been
put in since the oil field was opened.
The first one, a spur accommodating
two cars, the Ramble Creek Oil Co.
naa to Duiia at its own expensce.
Later, when the Missouri-minded L. &
N. had been "shown," it laid a siding
holding 12 or 15 tank cars. Some Sometimes
times Sometimes both tracks are filled with cars
loading, at one time. :
On a tall hill, 250 yards back from
the switch, are three storage tanks,
the property of the Good Luck and
the White Plains oil companies. Their
combined capacity is 1900 barrels ;
and, as the railway tank cars hold
from 170 to 190 barrels each, it will
be seen that these reservoirs, when
full, will loan ten of the largest
transportation tanks. It is quick
work, the oil flawing by gravity thru
three-inch pipes. v -.
' Less than 100 yards away is one
of the oddities of the fieldone of
the earliest wells drilled, which failed
as an oil producer, but stands "full of
salt water. v;V Vi' ;: -,
Proceeding a short distance up the
track from the-Rodemer, the visitor
is made aware, by other evidence
than the pipes alongside the railroad
and the all-pervading order of crude
oiL that there is "something doing"
nearby. Through the wood bordering
the railroad on the west, conies a
medley of sounds the snappy exhaust
of engines, the creak of pumps and
the dull, jarring thd of drills deep
down m the earth. Passing through j
the narrow skirt of timber, one enters;
open land, and finds himself in. the
midst of a busy oil field.
Mr. .Huntsman conducted the Times
man first over the workings of his
own company. Here, on a 12-acre
lease, the Ocala people have seven'
producing wells. No. 7 had just been'
t Concluded on Fourth Page)
THIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR FIVE
VOTES IN LIBRARY CONTEST CONTEST-VOTED
VOTED CONTEST-VOTED FOR
Cut out, fill Li name of church lodge, school or other organization
you wish to vote for, and deposit in ballot box at THE COURT
The official judges of the contest are Messrs. George Pasteur, Uer Uer-bert
bert Uer-bert Lattner and Ed. C. Bennett
Wilson Calls on All Citizens to Unite
and Declare that America Will
Not Submit to Aggression
Washington, May 30. President
Wilson in his Memorial Day address
at Arlington cemetery 'today called on
all United States citizens to unite in
upholding the country. He declared
that America won't submit to aggres
sion from within or without.
HONORING DR. HOWARD
The Star has received the following
notice of a pleasant event In honor
of Dr. Howard, father of Mr. E; M.
Howard of this city, and a venerable
old gehtlema well known) and much
esteemed by many people m Ocala:
. In Honor of Dr. H. C. Howard
Western Star Lodge No. 240, A. F. &
"'r- -a Z" nm?n: "h?0,S
Four M Degrees Supper at 6:15
Stephen Decatur lodge N. 9W of
Decatur, Illinois, will present the
traveling silver trowel and confer the
ucSx .ner supper, ana aiso give tne union station moVement. J. C. Mur Mur-flag
flag Mur-flag ceremony. The Acacia Quartet LWftAn-: ..w u. v,;
will favor us with vocal and instru-
mental mnem TViio Antr J 1
ur. n. Howard, the first Master
Masonraised m our lodge-5 years
ago. Dr. Howard will be with us in
the afternoon only.
vijr. v ...
The presence of all Master Masons
raisedby theJodge prior to 1881 is day, after it was found that the sta sta-desired.
desired. sta-desired. All Master Masons are m- tion was buildin on the north side of
;v -".uu wwu mem-
bers. are urged to be present both aft-
emoon and evenine. The afternoon
is to be as important as the evening.
rass the word along. Come at 1
p. m. t riday.
James Edwin Filson, Master.
O. F. Miller, Secretary.
UCUKU1A JNAIM MADiu t I
A GASOLINE RECORD
I A number of economy "tests made
with Maxwell "cars have recently been I
called to the attention of the public, j
inese were made m different sections
of the country, but we now have the
opportunity of acquainting you with
one made a few days ago by a Max-
well owner close to Ocala. I
Mr. B. F. Harvey, circulation man-1
ager of the Athens (Ga.) Herald,
started out on'a trip from Athens on
May 10th en route to Nashville, Tenn.
He made the trip from Atlanta to
Nashville in thirty-six hours, stop-
ping in that town for a couple of days,
On his return trip,-which took him I
by way of points in Alabama, he had would have to be forfeited with a
his tank filled with gas at Gunters- loss. Mr, Parsons told a representa representa-viUe,
viUe, representa-viUe, and traveled from there to Gads- live of the Star after the meeting
den, stopping at the latter point, and that, the calling for new bids would be
considering the fact that "he had a necessary under the laws" of the inter inter-long
long inter-long journey before him, made an efr state Commerce Commission7 Mr.
fort to again fill the tank, but to his Murchison told council that, even if a
surprise, found that, it would hold I
just one gallon. Upon inquiry, -he agreeable to all parties, it would take
learned that the' distance he had. cov- considerable time and red tape be be-ered
ered be-ered was a fraction over forty miles, fore a change of the station couid be
The total distance covered by .Mr.
Harvey on this trip was 996 1-3 miles:
the gas consumption ZZ gallons; teen' bought and paid for on a pro
oil consumption one gallon, which rata basis and the property placed in
brings the actual figures down, to the general railroad fund and mort mort-about
about mort-about 29 mile3 to the gallon of gas- gaged. Mr. Murchison asked if coun coun-oline,
oline, coun-oline, and practically 1000 mijes to cil thought that the railroad.? should
the gallon of oil. One of Mr. Har- bear the brunt of some one else's er er-vey's
vey's er-vey's statements in a letter to the ror.
Maxwell factory written regardiner Before council reached the resolu-
his trip reads as follows: I
Considering the condition of the!
roaus traveled -numerous grades andl
many instances very muddy I regard
this as a most remarkable record."
R. R Carroll, the local renresfnta-1
tive of the Maxwell car, is very proud
of this" record.
:. ERNEST SMITH
The funeral of Mr. Ernest Smith,
;vho died at Clearwater on Ratnrrfav I
will be held in that city instead of in
Ocala. The body was shipped back to
Clearwater last night.
Norris candies never fail to please.
Fresh every week at the Court Phar Pharmacy,
macy, Pharmacy, tf
UNABLE TO AGREE
On Union Depot Location. Meetinfir
Between Councilmen and Railroad
Men was Without Result
In the meeting df the city council
and railroad officials held yesterday
afternoon for the Purpose of consid-
erinS change of the. union station j
to the Masters property, the cut-
standing feature was that neither the
members of council nor the railroad
men emed to' be able .to offer any
Plan for having the work stopped on
the statfon as now building in order
tW Mffnf!9Hnno ft, rto -tAa
rh;)rifro mitri,f ho lir,0v0 anA
L0 caamaA nr r v
division of the Atlantic Coast Line,
asked whether it was not true that
ft1l raT.miVnQol nrftno cltfl w
apprbved. by representatives of the
anA ya aAa tv.
hi iWPr waa that fho T-n oHoi- hiA n air at-
Lrtmo wrt0 i
the- Seaboard tracks. No one -could
tell Mr. Murchison whether the. site
j , ,
i unci niunu nun noon o TTiAvon ai iAf
It was said that as matters now stood
there was general dissatisfaction with
: Councilman Meff ert offered a reso
lution, which Councilman Fausett sec
onded. and which council i adonted
unanimouslv. potidmn!nff h nwst
site, and settinjr forth that unless the
' --o J
cha'nge be made council would prefer
that no station be built. Copies of this
resolution 'were furnished the rep re
sentatives of, the railroads, and a copy
was wired to the railroad commission,
The railroad' officials stated that
they had acted in good faith, were
carrying out the orders of the com-
mission under a penalty for failure to
do so, and had understood that the site
and plans were approved by the peo-
pie of Ocala.
T. W. Parsons, division superintend-
ent of the Seaboard, stated that a
change in the site would necessitate
calling for'new bids 'for erecting the
station, and that the present contract
trade of properties could be made
effected, in view of the fact, he said.
that the Carmichael propertv had
tion and adopted it, ordinances that
had been drafted by the city attorney
for the avowed purpose of forcing the
hands of the railroads, were read. No
member of council seemed to be dis-
Dosed tb offer the rpsnlntionc hnxxr.
everand 'they were held over. The
city attorney said that he had been
looking up the laws to see if it would
be possible to compel the erection of
a viaduct over the North Maoi;
rossing. Councilmen Gerie and Knieht
moved to ; table thWesolntinns ht iA
asmuch as the ordinances had not
been introduced, the motions were not
The resolutions were as follows:
Be it resolved, That theVesent
site of the union station be and it js
hereby condemned by the city coun council
cil council for; the reasons that:
First: Said site is' unsuitable and
Second: That said site endangers
the lives of ninety per cent of those
using the said depot by reason of
their liaving to cross numerous rail railroad
road railroad tracks to get to and from said
Third: That said depot is so arrang arranged
ed arranged that the Seaboard Air line will
be compelled fh many instances to
block North Magnolia street with its
trains stopping at said depot, there thereby
by thereby greatly inconveniencing the public
in use of said street, which 'is one of
the main thoroughfares of the city,
and also thereby practically prevent preventing
ing preventing any person who may be late from
getting to said station in time to
eattjh the train on account of the
blocking of said, street, which is the
sole means of access to the greatest
portion of the public to said depot.
Fourth: There is no street of Raid
city within 600 feet of said depot that
the public can conveniently use in go-!
ing to and from said depot j
Fifth: That unless the Seaboard Air
Line railroad and the Atlantic Coast
ime ranroaa comply witn the wishes
or tne people of Ocala the council
would prefer that no depot should be
Famous Confederate Raider Died in
Washington After a Long Illness
Nat the Age of Eighty-two
' (Associated Press) f
' Washington, May 30. Col. John S.
Mosby, the famous Confederate raider
in the war. between the states, died
here this morning after a long illness.
He was a native of Virginia, aged 82.
The 'funeral will be held at .Warren .Warren-ton,
ton, .Warren-ton, Va., but no time has been an announced.
nounced. announced. Mosby, who' had been em
ployed in the department of justice
for many years, resigned several
years ago. j
Physicians in attendance said that
Col. Mosby's death was due solely to
old age. He was conscious and inter-1
ested in what was going pn about him
ifhtil an hour before his death. The
funeral will probably be held Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Members of Mosby's old com
mand will be pall bearers.
Col. Mosby dared death over fifty
years ago whenat the head of a band
of a few hundred Confederate raiders
he rode up and down the Shenandoah
valley, capturing outposts, destroying
supply trains, and cutting off means
of communication. It has been esti
mated that he often neutralized the
force of over 15,000 federals in the
Mosby's most brilliant exploit was
the capture of Gen. Stoughtoii, on a
March night in 1863, when he, 'with
30 followers, rode through the fed
eral army to Fairfax courthouse, only
15 miles from Washington, where
Gen Stoughton was asleep. Although
surrounded by an army said o have
been 17,000 strong, the rangers calm
ly kidnapped the general, his staff
and many sentries, and turned them
over to the Confederate authorities at
Culpeper without having lost a man.
General Grant once later saved
Mosby from hanging, and two foes of
the battlefield became staunch friends.
Mosby stumped the state of Virginia
for Grant during his presidential
campaign, and was rewarded rwith an
appointment as consul at Hong Kong,
a post which he held for seven years.
He next became special land agent
for the government in Colorado, and
from 1904 to 1910 he was an attorney
m the department of justice.
A. C. L. SCHEDULE
Trains of tr.e Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at th
Ko. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Peters-.
. Peters-. ig, 2:13-2:25 a. m. -No.
38, St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville, 2:25 a. m.
' Xo. ,10, Leesburg to Jacksonville
:40 a. m.,
No. .- 7 51, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wedaesdaj and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny
jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
- No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala 11:16 a. nr. : 2
No. 40, St. Petersburg, to Jackson
7ille 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, -1 :05
p. m . ;
No. 49, Ocaia to Homosassa, 2:25
No. 33 Jacksonville to St. .Peters .Peters-lurg',
lurg', .Peters-lurg', 2:36-2:40 p. m.
' No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaine3 Gaine3-.'j'ie
.'j'ie Gaine3-.'j'ie a rtd Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
y.Oo p. m..
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesd-y and Friday, 5:4o p. m.
No. if 2, XakelanJ to Ocala (Sunny
jnr), j-uesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, iUO p.-'ia.
Swimming time's here. Get your
bath caps zt The Court Pharmacy, tf
Finish the inside of your house
K-ith FIBERLIC WALL BOARD,
tut sale by D. S. Welch, distributor.
FOR A DISTANCE OF
THREE HUHDRED YARDS
. The Germans are throwing' large
j masse of fresh troops against the
k rench lines northwt
rest of Verdun.
Twice in the last twenty-four hours
the French have been compelled to
give ground. The weakers point in the
French line seems to be in the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood of Cumieres, between the vil village
lage village and Dead Man's hill. The Ger Germans
mans Germans dented this line for' a distance
of more than 300 yards in the third
of a series of violent assaults yester-,
day., Last night they returned to the"
attack with Fresh 'divisions.
Paris admits the French were forc forced
ed forced to retire slightly along the Bethin-
coury-umieres road. The German
attacks here were anbarentlv enuallerf
in violence along other sectors west of
the Meuse. According to the French
war office -the Germans were unable
tc gain elsewhere. Artillery fire in
the Fort Douaumont region east of the
river is reported.
Balkan advices show a continuation
of Bulgarian activity along the Mace Macedonian
donian Macedonian front. The Bulgarians are re reported
ported reported massing additional forces near
the Greek border at Novrokop and
Xanthia. Along the Vardar river the -entente
advance lines are being bom bombarded.
; A Rome dispatch through Paris de declares
clares declares that neutral diplomats hear the
Bulgarian advance through Greek
territory was due to a secret agree agreement
ment agreement between Greece and Bulgaria.
Paris, May 30. The Ha vas Athens
correspondent reports the Greeks are
fortifying, the Dercir Hissar section
with great haste.
MAXWELLS DO MOVE
-R. R. Carroll, the Maxwell dealer
for this part of the world, let two
more Maxwells go' today, selling a
roadster to Fire Chief Chambers and
the boys of the department, and a
five-passenger car to Rev. R. E. Mood
of Inverness, Citrus county, making
the 27th car of the 1916 models Mr.
Carroll has placed in. his territory.
The way the public is appreciating
the Maxwell car is most gratifying to
the dealer and the fact is brought
home most forcibly that the Maxwell,
the best car for the money in the
land, when advertised as Mr. Carroll
has advertised it in his territory, is
going to sell.
AT ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH
Next Thursday, June 1st, is the
feast of the ascension of our Savior.
It is a day of obligation as on Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Services will be at 7 a. m. and
5 p. m. All good Christians are in-;
vited. Rev. D. B.
When you' have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
to small. H. W. Tucker. tf
FINED A TIGER
A man was brought before the re
corder a few days since charged with
selling intoxicating liquor in Ocala.
He was found guilty and fined $50.
The recorder is going to fine heavily
the next man who is brought before
him, charged with an offense of this
kind, and the police are instructed to
be very vigilant in the arrest of any
RHEUMATIC PAINS STOPPED
The drawing of muscles, the sore
ness, stiffness and agonizing pain of
rheumatism quickly yield to Sloan's
Liniment. It stimulates circulation to
the painful part. Just apply as direct directed
ed directed to the sore spots. In a short time
'rhe pain gives way to a tingling sen sensation
sation sensation of comfort and warmth. Here's
proof. "I have had wonderful relief
since I used your liniment on my
knee. To think one application gave
me relief. Sorry I haven't snaee.tn
tell you the history. Thanking you for
what your remedy has done for me."
James S. Ferguson. PhiJadelDhia' Pa-
Sloan's Liniment kilk pain. 25c. at
druggists. Ad. 3
Ivory hair Drusnes, comb, mirrors,
cut glass suitable for graduating and
wedding gifts. Tydings & Company.
Phone 30. tf
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
' BITTINGER A CARROLL, PROPBIKTORS
R. R. Carroll, General Maaascr Port V. Leavengood, Bistam Manager
J. It. Beajamln, Editor
; Entered at Ocala, Fla., poitofflce a .second class matter.
, . raoxB si
One year, in advance....... -...IfOO One year, in advance. ......... .18.00
ki monthi In advance ........ 2.50 Six month, in advance 4.25
TifrP months in advance. 1.25 Three months, in advance 2.25
One m th, in advace7. . . 50 ; One month, in advance. .... . .80
ways had a dismal time in the dimly dimly-lighted
lighted dimly-lighted station rooms. Any stranger
getting off a Seaboard night train
and going into that dingy waiting
room, lit by, a few feeble globes,
couldn't help thinking he had arrived
at a tank town sure enough. We have
frequently heard the Seaboard men
say, in the past half a dozen years;
that their road wouldn't build a new
station because it was waiting for
the union depot. The Coast Line is
the goat y in this case it has to give
up its neat station in the heart of the
By KEITH KENYON.
It was a rule of the company that
any property found by employees must
be turned in at the main office. At
the end of a month, if there was no
claimant, the finder received it as a
sort of guerdon for his honesty.
Rwirdfm hail olmnu frTcrrt1c-n fhf
city and move to the bottom of a long parcei until it was handed out to him
grade, where its southbound trains) Saturday nieht with his nay envelope.
will have to start right at the foot of I
a hill. The Seaboard, on the
American Red Cross men returning why they didn!t want a meeting of the
from Albania' tell fearful stories of people and how the railroad commis-
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the cruelty of beroians rowara wieur uvu roue w uuua umi. wic wpxu an to the merry, as the
Austro-German prisoners. of opinion it acted onwas from the new station be on the level for its
I MAAttlA AT TI1A A1 4-W nit1 SV4 J"1V A TflttT 1
i, W1 v.wjr, v tracks and convenient fnr it everv
Another reason wny we Qin rpnm ciuzens. xv. v,. uunn ox uie commis- fttW wav. We mnM V,p snrrv t7m.
it.-i. i A Toir-1 cirn tnA Rfar rn-enn all tr t Via f Viol.. .. .. :'.
vesteraay wav levtw .M the-mast Line, if it wasn't that we
. payer," which appeared in the Banner commission did understand that we fajew that' getting-a raw deal in. the
this morning, was that we naa wruien aeiay was agreeaoie w a iarge pro- J union station matter is a just punish punish-just
just punish-just abouf the same sentiment a few portion of the people of Ocala, and rt ment for "some of its sins. We are
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days ago. i niusv nave oDiainea xnat ; impression
irom tne railroad men, as no one else
Pverv time a newspaper opposes a I communicated wjtn tne commission on
m ' I A t. J 1 A A A A A .
bad man. the adherents or said man me suDjeci ai inai time.
solemnly and vociferously assert the
said newspaper in making votes for
him. However, they never seem to be
happy about it!
going to be sorry for our own peo-
ple,however, a majority of whom will
miss the convenient Coast Line depot.!
SPRINKLE THE STREETS
OBSERVE THE ORDINANCE
Recorder Izlar was compelled to fine
two boys in his court a few days since
Why in Sam Hill does the street
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mpanmem nave w ue- WiU Dy tne for ridin? bicvcles on the sidewalk.
smoke Star every.time before it will sprinkle is an' ordinance against this
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sidewalk riding and the recorder had
to enforce it, but he afterwards re-
Where there is so much
there is sure to be some fire, and from! the streets. The streets are in a ter
tfco BtrtHea that come out of Germany rible condition. There is lots of new
it is evident that the common people lime and loose sand from the recent mitted the, fines. ; An observance of
are suffering greatly. The families of excavations and the high winds blow the ordinance will nrevent the arrest close smile of amusement. It
the men responsible for the war are great clouds of dust all over town.aTWi iA f ;rti; ; ly didn't look like a gold mine.
'well-cared for vet: though. The city owns its sprinkling wagons, hr the fntnre fnr the ot the fellows had been lucky in
its mules and water plant. It is em- irjdefinitelv remit the finek of nch
Man ieoing around town says Sen- ploying men enough to do the work. Ucrsons as he mav be comnelled tn
ator Bryan, being in the employ of Why cannot the people have the fine' and it will save them and him.
Southern Express company, tried to streets sprinkled when they need t self embarrassment and" humiliation
cripple or restrict the parcels post, to Keep aown tne apominaoie austi in Uf the ordinance is observed.
That statement was proven a lie two! the words of the editor of the Bmg-
vears aeo. Man aforesaid should hunt ville Bugle, we ask again, "Why is
.: xi I this Tint. : Hid t
up Bomeuiing new.
PICNIC AT ROMEO
It has been decided to have a picnic
and political meeting at Romeo next
Friday, June. 2. It will conflict with
the meeting the same day at Shady,
i so the candidates will have to split up. Wallace swunst up on his car as It
The picnic willbe held at the same passed Thirty-fourth street, and
"Here's where you get the wallet of
cash," grinned Malloy, sitting out on
the bench at the side of the car barns,
but Reardon didn't mind. He stood
looking the parcel over, it was flat,
about fourteen inches long and nine
wide and perhaps an inch thick.
"Open it, you gink," advised Malloy,
but Jack shook his head good na na-turedly.
"Itll keep awhile longer," he said,
and swung up on an outbound car for
home. He was a big chap, curly-
haired, blue-eyed, with square shoul
ders and a straight carriage from
his two years in the Philippines.
When he had -eaten dinner he went
upstairs to his room on the third floor.
It wasn't a hall room. He was get
ting his $2.85 a day; not so much,
but enough so he could pay out five
dollars for the third floor front and
have an open grate fire when the fur
nace lost courage.
He opened the package with a little
ing articles of real value. Then he
stopped short and stared with lowered
head and intent gaze at his treasure
trove. It was only the picture of a
girl in a double leather frame, but the
face enthralled him with its beauty.
The next morning. Jack went- to
work with a growing feeling that some something
thing something was missing in the general
scheme of happiness. All day the
feeling stayed with him. He sat by
himself across the street from the car
barns at his off hour, and went with
out his lunch. Finally, that afternoon,
Seventeen years ago, that pure Irish! The entente cordial between the
patriot, Sir Roger Casement, was oeapoara ana me ust une over tne
British consul at Delagoa Bay He union station matter is not so thick
served Great Britain with fanatical that you could cut it with an' ax. A
devotion and did all in his power to prominent Coast Line official told a
helD defeat the JBoers. who were way-up, Seaboard man, while they
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Struggling ior maepenaence. "VT.." "wur'.Vu division camnaiffn last summer tnnlc
British have a moral as well as legal Seaboard had only built a decent pas- Dw The neonle of Rnmm 9fl(1
right to hang him as high as Haman. senger station of its own for Ocala LfttlT,frv .MinA 0vnilf Q t,af
several years ago, tne union depot wet-0 frt fll-1. OB(I u girl to go by, never had seen her m
nna nf the reann whv Rritish in- matter wouldn't nave come op. Which v La 7ur me. now woum you una ner:
tr.. with AmenVnn mails tn w9 uruuamy wie iruui. ine voasi
place where the one 'n the county
Jack looked at the detective with sud
den interest. v
"SayATom, listen," he said. "Supi
pose you only had a photograph of a
Germany is? shown by the following Line has always had a respectable
f&und in the mail of eieht ships ucPuW w;u uutwwu
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searched by them: A thousand and ep The following itinerary for candi-
it- ii 1 i- I it m Drettv fair order. The Seahnard I . .
imny-iwo parcels, eouwtimug mwc ----- -. -- - aates nas oeen adopted by the cam-
than 1000 pounds of rubber, 69 parcels Jn;DU nty years agonas &i gn committee of the Marion coun.
containing 400 revolvers, une nun- p- J"" ty democratic executive committee,
dred and seventy-four pounds of rub- g ough for a place like Baldwin, Speeches of county candidates limit-
ber were in the Tubanita mails. There "wb uemK increaseu oy me 15 mmuteg.
are thousands of people in America stingy way it was cared for. People Moss Bluff (Long
Go to the man who took the pic
ture and got her name and address,'
Wallace replied. rYou're a bright
spark of hope, ain't you, now?"
It was noon the next day before he
could do it. The place was over on
Fifth avenue. It took all his couraee
I a a a -r -i .
j 'who would violate the neutrality of can go ,me uoasi.i.ine aepot at
" their country to make a few dollars any hour of the day or night and
for themselves. If our government find passable comfort, but passengers
intends to have its mails respected jt"" uie oeapoarq mgnt trains nave ai
should first take measures to insure
their being respectable.
v The railroads intimate that loss of
the union station plans, and lack of
information by the people of Ocala on
the! subject lies at the door of ex-
Secretary Rooney of the Board of
Trade. Mr. Rooney is not in the city,
but when he returns he will doubtless
give his side of the story. We observe
with regret that since Rooney, is out
of the Board of Trade there is a
strong disposition to blame him for
everything that has happened in the
last two years. He was a tolerable
busy .little person, but he wasn't om
niscient, so it is possible that he didn't
even think of some 'of the. things he is
P. L. Dilllnasley
ouse) May 31.
Romeo, Friday, June 2. (
1 Shady, Baptist church, Orange ave
nue, Friday, June 2nd.
Ocala, Monday (night) June 5.
Carter's Butternut Bread is made
of pure flour, sugar, yea'st. malt.
j milk, lard and salt; it is made and
wrapped by machinery and baked
with steam. 20-tf
SWEET DKJSAMS drives : away
mosquitoes. Lasts all night. The
I Court Pharmacy. 18-tf
The Star understands that some of
the railroad men who were here Mon-
day for a conference with the council
were quite irritated by the rude way
in which the Star spoke about the
tactics they employed in having the
building of the union station delayed.
Here is something else that will
grieve them: When they arrived here
on the morning of Sept. 29 last, they
were met by the Star's representative,
who offered to print a notice in that
afternoon's paper, calling for "a meet
ing at the board of trade rooms that
evening to discuss their request, which
was that they be given six months'
delay on building the station. They
said no, they did not want a public
meeting; they only wanted to meet a
few prominent citizens and ." talk the
matter over informally. The Star
complied with their request, but it did
so because it made the mistake of be-
' heving that they would respect the
confidence placed in them." They met
a few citizens less than twenty-five',
talked the matter over with them,
made some promises (only one of
which was kept), received' the -ap
pro val of most of those present to
their request, and went their way.
But it was particularly impressed on
them that the gentlemen present
spoke only their individual views, that
they were not the Board of Trade and'
did not claim to represent the town.
Certainly the Star expected the peaple
in general to be consulted or it would
have blown the whole thing up. A
very few days later, notice came that
ielay in building the station had been
granted by the railroad commission,
f on the recommendation of this infor
mal and almost private meeting, which
the commission understood to be rep
resentative of the whole city. Who
vgave' the commission to understand
this 7 Certainly not the citizens of
Ocala present at the conference, who
were utterly surprised to find that
such snap judgment had been taken
on the matter. Now, if the aggrieved
railroad men are still further aggriev
ed when we say that such tactics are
not respectable, let them sue the Star
for libel and we will put some of them j
011 the witness stand and let them tell
FROM MOTHER TO
Florida Wdmcn Testify.
Lakeland. Fla. "My mother has ai
ways been a firm advooate of Dr. Pierce'
i avontc 1 rescrip-
tion, as it had
served many a good
purpose in her ex experience
perience experience with it. I.
liM ,too, have used it tc
the best oi advan
tage for woman'f
troubles, and when
my own daughter
hood I will give it
to her. so firm is
my conviction of its many virtues. The
purpose of my using it was for irregu irregularity.
larity. irregularity. My physical condition was very
much run-down did not care much to
stir about or work. I took the medicine
right along without missing a dose until
my general troubles were air corrected.
Any woman, especially a mother, cannot
maice a mistake in using the 'Favorite
Prescription.'" Mrs. Lavina Deeson.
804 N. Florida Ave., Lakeland, Fla.
At the first symptoms of any derange
ment of the feminine organism at ahv
WANTED By hoy, 14 years old, em- period of life the one safe, really helpful
ployment in office or, store. Energetic remedy is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip-
to go into Its ornate doors, tread Its
red velvet carpets and face the blonde
young woman at the mahogany desk
under the green and gold electrolier.
He laid the picture before her and
asked the name, and the answer came
back at once, with the slightest trp-
ift of eyebrows:
MI suppose you're an artist, Why
didn't you hunt for her up at the
Models' club, Fifty-eighth street, I
think it is. She isn't a regular patron.
you know, she Is merely one of our
art models. This picture was made
for an art firm to be used as the head
on one or their perfume adi. Her
name is Betty Bellairs."
"Give me the address of the club,
will you, please?"
JaCk tried to Bpeak in the proper
off-hand professional manner, and
wrote down the number almost non
At the Art Models' club they gave
her address. It was in the West Six Sixties,
ties, Sixties, five flights up, in a brownstone
apartment building' in the rear apart
ment. Jack asked for her when the
door opened, and the little ten-year-old
girl who responded turned her head
and called back through the hall.
Somebody to see you, Betty."
"Come right in,"" called a voice that
made Jack's pulse tingle. She was In
the living room, dusting it, her long
brown hair in a braid down her back
and an all-enveloping apron on. But
to Jack she was altogether adorable,
and he stood mute for a minute, look looking
ing looking at her, glorying in her reality
Then he held out the package.
"I,. found this and wanted to return
it," he said.
She opened it wonderingly, and
laughed at sight of the contents.
"Oh, it's my Ronteau picture. They
gave me one all for myself, and I lost
it on a Broadway car. It was ever so
good of you t? return it. How did you
And somehow Jn order to tell of the
unraveling it was necessary that he
sit down, and then followed Che intro
duction to Mrs.. Bellairs and Estelle1
the little sister, and Jack found him
self telling of the campaign in the
islands and the home nest up in Maine
and all sorts of things. V'
f With a goal ahead, it somehow
eemed easy to force on now. He hunt
ed up people he had not thought of, and
went after the sort of work he loved
best, electrical engineering. Not un
til he had the sure position, even start
ing in, did he tell Betty. After the
first visit, it had become a custom for
them to go for walks over through the
park, with Estelle as a willing chap chaperon,
eron, chaperon, and, finally, just when the west western
ern western skyline of the city lay in deep
purple against the orange sunset sky
he held her back to rest a minute up
, a the wistaria arbor while Estelle
skated down the path cn her "rollers
And then he told her just what it had
meant to him -the finding 'of her pic
ture and of the goal he had set ahead
of him. V ''
tCopyright. 1916. by the McClure NewsDa
inn H e
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
and willing. Address, "H," care the
Star. j 5-29-6t r:'4
The enamel finish of the
steel body can be restor restored
ed restored to its original lustre
until the car literally
looks like new.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, two
blocks east of Atlantic Coast Line
passenger depot on Oklawaha avenue. J headache, backache, hot flashes, catarrhal
Tens of thousands of women have taken
it with unfailing success for disease of &
It is a true mend to women in times of
trial and at times of pain when the organs
are not performing their functions. For
This is constantly being done by
owners after months of use. The
enamel is baked onto the steel at
intense heat. Dust- and mud and
neglect may dull its appearance-
but the glossy finish is still there,
waiting to be brought back by a
simple process of cleaning. .'
All modern conveniences. Apply to
Mrs. S. A. Ellis, 323 Oklawaha ave
nue, or phone 161. 5-29-6t V
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; one two or more.
Gas, running water, electric lights.
Call phone 242. Mrs. A. M. Perry, tf
HELP Any one wanting a cook,
maid, house girl, c washer woman,
house cleaner, write or call at color colored
ed colored Y. M. C. A., 217 W. Broadway. 6t
WANTED Salesmen and collectors;
two men with team or car. Call at
the Singer office, Toffaletti building,
or write Manager Singer Sewing Ma Machine
chine Machine Co., general delivery, Ocala,
Fla.- 5-25-6t y
The Gasoline Consumption is
i Unsually Low
The motor is 30-35 horse power
. :. ..."
The price of the Roadster or
Touring car complete is $785
(f. p. b. Detroit)
OCALA AUTO CO.
FOR, SALE Sweet potato plants,
Porto Rico variety, $1 per thousand
at shipping, point, Oak, Fla, Ad Address
dress Address J. M. Luff man, Route A, Ocala,
Fla. 5-9-20t y
FOR SALE Mixed peas, $1.55,
Whipporwills $1.65, Brabham $1.95
per bushel. Freight paid to Ocala,
Fla. Geo. W. Heard, P. O. Box No.
136, Atlanta, GaJ 5-8-tf
BARGAIN IN JACKSONVILLE
VACANT LOTS Any one wishing to
make an investment in well located
lots, fronting Lackawanna avenue,
one block from the corner of Edge-
ood, that will pay large returns,
1 please communicate with X. Y.
care Star office. 5-12-6t
FOR SALE One good family horse.
Apply to Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling
Works; Ocala, Fla.; 5-2-tf.
FOR SALE First class milk cow;
fresh. Apply to Ocala Coca-Cola
Bottling Works, N. Magnolia street,
Ocala. ; 5-2-tf.
condition; bearing down sensation, mental
depression, dizziness, fainting spells, lassi lassitude
tude lassitude and exhaustion wotnea should never
fail to take ills iA3. iA true woman'a
Mothers, if your daughters are weak,
lack ambition, are troubled with head headaches,
aches, headaches, lassitude and ar3 ple and sickly,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription" is just
what they need. y
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and.
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Slalc, County and City Depository.
rin r r
fresh meats,' poutrrnY,
FISH AND OYSTERS
All kinds Fresh Vegetable,
. OCALA, FLA
TRADE MARK REGISTERED
'Thoslime carries a large percentage of moist
ure, which has been repeatedly demonstrated in
practical use lu ncey giccu auuwcu uuuusncu uic
LAWNS on Which it was used."
Prices F. O. B. Phoslime, Fla., In. Bags
$9 Per Ton
LESS THAN CARLOAD
$10.00 Per Ton
WRITE FOR BOOKLET
FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME CO.
Box 462 ; Ocala, Florida
I will hold classes this summer in
Trigonometry, Geometry, Algebra;
Arithmetic and subjects of the gram
mar grades. Those wishing to take
these subjects wil kindly see me at an
early date. Rates reasonable.
19-12t R. F. CONNOR.
P. O. Box 133, Ocala.
I have the' famous "C. C.M shock
absorbers for any light car, such as
the Maxwell,' Dodge or Saxon. Makes
your car ride 100 per cent easier and
saves your springs. No road dreaded
with these shock ; absorbers on your
car. Price $12 per set for rear of car,
including putting on car.
5-20-tf J. A. Bouvier.
"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 recommend recommended,
ed, recommended, I got her a bottle and it relieved
the cough at once. Before she had
finished two bottles of this remedy
she was entirely well', writes Mrs.
S. F. Grimes, Crooksville, Ohio. s Ob Obtainable
tainable Obtainable everywhere. .Adv.
NEW SEABOARD SCHEDULE
We Do a General Line oi
, We Rebuild (not repair) y
e have Springs, Axles and Other
y Parts for, Ford Care
Also a fine Motor Car Black to make
an Old Ford Look, like New
YOURS FOR BUSINESS
MEADOWS REPAIR SHOP
410 N. Orange SL Ocala, Fla.
IlMver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EM BUYERS
PHONES 47, 104 05
The summer schedule of the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard will go into effect Sunday.
Train No. 3, local, will leave Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville at 9:15 a. instead of 9:50
as at present; arriving at Ocala at
12:40 instead of at 1:15. Train No.
9, the Seaboard limited,' will leave
Jacksonville at 1:35 instead of 9:15,
and reach Ocala at 4:30. The other
trains will continue to rur according
to the present schedule.'
A GOOD 1 31ILY COUGH SYKUP
Can be made my mixing pine-tar,
aconite, sugar, hyoscyamus, sassafras,
peppermint, ipecac, rhubarb, mand-
raKe, (Capsicum muriate anungma,
honey and glycerine. It is pleasant,
healing v and soothing, raises the
phlegm, and gives almcst instant re relief.
lief. relief. For convenience of those who
prefer not to fuss, it is supplied ready
made in 25c. bottles under name of
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Can be
had at your druggist. Insist on get getting
ting getting Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey and
see that the formula is on the pack package.
age. package. Ad. 3
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Nothing to Be Proud Of.
Those who say they wlll forgive
but can't 'forget an injur; aim ply
bury the hatchet while they leave the
handle out ready for immediate use.
Dwight I Mo6dy.
How Mrs. Harrod Got Rid of Her
- "I suffered with stomach trouble for
years and tried everything I heard
of. but the onlv relief I eot was tem-
Eorary until last spring I saw Cham Cham-erlain's
erlain's Cham-erlain's Tablets advertised and pro procured
cured procured a bottle of them at our drug
store. I go; immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pain in the stomach,"
writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort
Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
The Tire Man
Service car always ready for tire
trouble on the road. Fisk and Hood
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt promptly
ly promptly filled.
24 N. MAGNOLIA STREET
3 Thones438 76 Ocala, Fla.
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KEW YORK RETU
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Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare Includes 3Ieals Good on Any Ship.
Tickets Now on Sale, and Stateroom Berth
, Final Return Limit October 31st
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H- G- VVEPIZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty SL, Jacksonville, Florida.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1918
II' '.a "V IL'V6 Ti 'i 11
dffler SwiiQ WEE
There are no strings to this
proposition. We give this hand handsome
some handsome baby swing absolutely
F ree with every $10 cash pur purchase
chase purchase or for a $15 00 deposit on
See It In The Window
It is well made of steel braces
tk and heavy canvas. It can be
t loiaed ud so as to taKe up no
room while not in use. -Ask
our solicitors about it.
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MARION FURNITURE CO.
West Hrbadway Ocala, Fla.
nci isi iww
TOURING CARS 700
PRICES A T OCALA.
Ask to be shown what
the MAXWELL can do.
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OCALA - FLORIDA
JUST A LITTLE ONE
where you most need it, in 'the
guest's room or in your own room;
These extra wash basins, with
open, sanitary plumbing, are, a
cheap luxury if we furnish 'em and
do the work. No residence is real really
ly really up-to-date and healthful with without
out without sanitary wash-basins and lav lav-atoriesj
atoriesj lav-atoriesj We are headquarters for
Plumbing, Tinning ana
' Electrical Contracting
2 and 4 S. Orange St. PHONE 526
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY MEETING
JUL Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
to Leo College
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
. : .' r : 4'-. v ":
e Miles West of Dade City and On Mile East of San Antonio
l ri a o niMr. crunni RHVfi rir. VOTTMri
j j MEN, INCORF ORATED JUNE 4, 1889
Sil AOOIOII inn PHMMCDPIJli PnilDOCC
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$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TEhM OPENS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. lb, 1915
For Miss Atkinson
Miss Betty Wray Mclver gave this
afternoon at her home the first of a
number of parties in honor of Miss
Annie .Margaret Atkinson, whose
manage occurs shortly. Bridge was
played, and salad and ice cream were
, The Mclver home was beautifully
decorated with flowers for the happy
occasion. Miss Mclver was assisted
in serving the refreshments by the
Misses Neely Campbell and Margaret
Clark, of Bartow, and Miss Annie
Benton Fuller. The prevailing color
scheme was green and white, Miss
Atkinson's wedding colors. The ice
cream was served in green ; paper
cups. The place cards were of an at
tractive lily of the valley design. The
gift to the honoree was a handsome
water color of a Florida scene.
'i Miss Mclver's guests were Mrs.
Janjes -Taylor, 'Mrs. C. B. Ayer, Mrs.
Arthur Clark of Jacksonville, Mrs. T.
S. Trantbam, Mrs. J H. Walters, Mrs.
S. T. Sistrunk arid Misses Annie At
kinson, Janet Weathers, Edith Will Williams,
iams, Williams, Eugenia Fuller, Alice Bullock,
Hester Dewey, Hop6 Robinson, Adele
Bittinger, Nellie Gottlieb, Mary
Beatty of Montgomery, Ala., Ellen
Clarkson, Helen Brown, Fanny Robin
son, Virginia Sistrunk, : Mary Mc
Dowell, Kathleen Jackson and Dor
Miss Marry Left Today
As a compliment to her cousin, Miss
Doris Murry, who left this afternoon
for Chicago, Miss Edith Williams in
vited to her home yesterday afternoon
those who were on the recent house house-party
party house-party at the lake, and a pleasant time
was spent in playing cards- and in
other ways. Miss Fanny Robinson
won the prize, an enlarged Kodak
picture of the houseparty. A salad
course was served. Those present
vere Misses Adele Bittinger, Hope
Robinson, Fanny and Rosebud Robin Robinson
son Robinson and Kathleen Jackson.
Mrs. F. W. Cook will entertain the
Eastern Star sewing circle, Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon. ;
Mrs. J. H. Strunk and children will
leave in a few days on, their summer
vacation, Mrs. Strunk and daughter
Miss Catherine ; spending .the summer
at Murphy, N. C, and John spending
the summer with his uncle, Mr. John
Anderson at Charlottesville,-' Va.
Miss Kathleen Jackson, who some
months ago made .application for en entry
try entry in one of the private sanitariums
in Richmond, Va., as a nur.se, yester yesterday
day yesterday received notice that she had been
accepted. Miss Jackson leaves on the
10th of June to take up her work.
Dr. and Mrs.- J. E. Klock, son
Harold and Mrs. Walter Lee and little
daughter leftf yesterday afternoon on
the limited for Stinson Lake : and
Camp Eagle Point, N.-H.," where. they
will open the summer camp for girls.
W"BJf T Ml 1 1 .
mr. juee wm go nortn in a snort time
and join his family. He says he will
go when the first car, of melons has
been shipped from the big field that
he and Dr. Klock have and will reach
New York just ahead of them and ex expects
pects expects by personal handling to get a
record breaking price for the car.
Mrs. J. A. LaRue and daughter,
Misses Ivo and Mary, will leave Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for Chicago, their former home.
They go to visit Mrs. LaRue's sister
who is quite ill, but may very likely
remain in the city. Mr. LaRue expects
to join them as soon as he has finished
certain work which he is doing for the
Florida Title & Abstract, Co.
There will be a call meeting of the
hospital auxiliary board tomorrow
(Wednesday) morning at 10:30 at the
residence of Mrs. T. T. Munroe.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Secretary.
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
Finance D. W. Tompkins, chair
man; G. A. Nash, W. A. Knight.
Cemetery J. T. Moore, chairman;
D.' E. Mclver. H. A. Weathers.
Judiciary J. M. Meffert, chairman;
J. J. Gerig, D. E. Mclver.
Street D. E. Mclver, chairman; D.
W. Tompkins, W. A. Knight.
Fire J. J. Gerig, chairman; J M.
Meffert, G. A. Nash.
Police W. A. Knight, chairman; G.
A. Nash, H. M. Weathers.
Market H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. M. Meffert, J. J. Gerig.
Sanitary H. A. Fausett, chairman;
D. W. Tompkins, J. T. Moore.
Building H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; H. A. Fausett, D. E. Mclver.
Light and Water G. A. Nash,
chairman; D. W. Tompkins, J. M. Maf Maf-fert.
Now if the time to take a good
spring tonic and VINOL is the best.
Sold only at The Court Pharmacy, tf
t SWEET DREAMS drives away
mosquitoes. Lasts all night. The
Court Pharmacy. 18-tf
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Minutes of Special Meeting Held on
Ocala, Fla., May 26, 1916
Pursuant to adjournment the board
of public instruction in and for Ma
rion county met in special session
at their office in the forenoon of the
above date with J. S. Grantham,
chairman pro tem.,, and B. R. Blitch,
member and G. S. Scott, chairman,
It appearing that an advertisement
of a petition of the voters of the Bur-
bank community had run during the
legal period required, the matter of
calling an election in said community
for the purposes mentioned was taken
up and the following notice ordered
to be inserted in the Ocala Banner
and Ocala Star to run in the weekly
issue until the time of holding the
Notice is hereby given that on Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, July 1, 1916, there will be
held at Burbank, Fla., an election
by the qualified tax-paying voters res resident
ident resident within the boundary described, to
determine whether there shalf be es
tablished a special tax school district
covering the territory included with
in the boundary described or not, and
also in case said district is establish established
ed established to elect a board of three trus trustees,
tees, trustees, and also to fix the millage to be
assessed for school purposes within
said district for the ensuing two
years. ,.:t, ; ; Y Y
The boundaries of the above de described
scribed described district, shall be as follows:
Beginning at the ne corner of 34-13-23,
running thence west to the nw cor corner
ner corner of lot 7-31-13-23, thence south to
the sw corner of 19-14-23, thence east
to the se corner of 22-14-23, thence
north to the ne corner of 22-14-23,
thence east to the ne corner of 23-14-23,
thence north to! the ne corner of
11-14-23, thence west to the nw cor corner
ner corner of 11-14-23, thence north to the
nw corner of 2-14-23, thence east' to
the ne corner of 2-14-23, thence north
to the ne corner of 34-13-23, the point
. The following are appointed mana managers
gers managers of said election : Geo. S. Bowen,
W. C. Bogue and Geo. H. Dyke, man
agers, and F. M. Chaffee, clerk.
By order of the board of public in
strucjtion in session on Friday May
26, 1916. Y
J; S. Grantham, Cham'n. pro tem.
J. H. Brinson, secretary.
Before packing away for the summer send us
your blankets, wash them with Ivory Chipj
.. V ....
LOW ROUND TRIP SUMMER RATES
Lmit.,., .$ I7.TS
Dww ,, 5S.60
Colorsda Spria.. fS M
Salt Lam City 7, 60
Partl.od ($90 M. IM.M
Se.lt la ( 10
LaAale.- SI) Wl
Sa Fr.aI.ea( HI Mi R9.I0
Claaiar P.rk 2.1S
1 -v rjiH"' I'd' I M 'i I IHi M M.
t 4 .1 SO
. 60 6J
Ch.Dt. aa.. w
Law rata to athar Colarada, Caiitoraia. Caaada. Miaaaaota end Mieaifaa point
tba Graat Lakaa and Kaeky Maaataiaa. rraawtiaaatat law rataa fraot otha point, ia
Florida. ; - ,
Tickata aa aala daily aattl Saat. Jt. Ertara Oat. 31,
VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER. SALT LAKE, COLORADO
SPRINGS. LOS ANGELES. SAN FRANCISCO,
X PORTLAND, SEATTLE, ETC.
' Goia tbroadfc S. Laaia, rataraia taraak Ckicfo, ar vioa wm, LiWal atop,
vara aa all tickata.
' TO THE NOftTH AND NOETHWEST, tkiya aU-ataal tknadk traima dwly;
akoioa of tkraa difrraat raataa. i
"THE SOUTHLAND to Chiaada aad tadiaaapolia via Atlanta. Kaax.
villa. LaaiaviMo, Ciaetaaati aad raaaaflvaaia Liaao, lcavao JaakaoaviUa S:20
F. M., arrivaa ifcioaga 1:44 A. M.
"DIXIE FLYBE via Atlanta. Ck.ttanoog.. NaakvUla, EvaaavtUa,
laavaa Jackaoavilla P. M., arrivaa Ckiaada JM A. M.
"ST. LOUIS BXFEBSS" via MaatdoaiarT. Biraiiafliani. Naahvilla,
Bvaaavilla, laavaa JaokaaavWIa tt20 F. M-, arrivaa St. Laaia 7:40 A. M.
Taraa daily traiao to tka Saathwoat. throalb Naw Oriaaaa. UaoxcaUad
diaind ear aarviaa. Faat tia. Eoek k.lU.t No Daat. No Dirt. Let aa
kaow waera yoa wiab ta aaead tka aaain.r and wa will aead yea haadaaai
Uustrated kooklata af toariat retort, rate. lapia( ear raaervatioa
aad etkcr laiorautioa. Spaaify via "L. N. waea yoa bay year tioket.
H. C BRETNEY,
Flarida Pitwnger Afcoi,
. UwcriUaJb NicbyUW R. R
' VVaat Bay Streat.
t Otkar Spoaial Law Eat dariaf tka Bawatar to coavoattaM
i Brown Spots on Old China.
The beauty of old china is often de destroyed
stroyed destroyed by brown spots which appear
on the surface, says the Toledo Blade.
An effective way to remove these is
to bury the dish in the earth, cover covering
ing covering it completely. The darker spots
require more time to remove them
than the lighter ones. This method
will not harm the most delicate
Ice Box for Sick Room.
A convenience in the sick room is
an improvised ice box. A large, com common,
mon, common, red, earthen flower pot with a
saucer a couple of sizes bigger than
the pot should be bought, also a small
wire trivet. Set this In the saucer and
the lump of ice upon it and turn the
flower pot over it, Stop up the hole
with a bit of cotton and cover the
whole with a damp rag.
" Lame Bade
Lame back ia usually due to rheu
matism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back with Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
, New England Caution.
The caution of tne New Englandei
u. giving a direct answer to a direct
question is proverbial. Two natives oi
a New Hampshire town met after th
funeral, and the first asked: "Wat
not your father's death very sudden?''
Slowly drawing one hand from his
pocket, and puiling down his beard,
the other replied, thoughtfully: "Waal,
rather sudden lor him."
Fresh seeds of all
Ocala Seed Store.
Swimming time's here. Get your
bath caps at The Court Pharmacy, tf
Finish the inside of your house
with FIBERLIC WALL BOARD,
for sale by D. S. Welch, distributor.
Find the car that is Klaxonized.
rhis is a busy street as seen from
in aeroplane. Pedestrians are
walking here and there among the
lutomobile. traffic. One of the cars
las a Klaxon on it. -The ownr
las sounded it. Which one?-
We will gladly put a Klaxon on
your car. If, after you have tried
jt, you are willing to drive with without
out without it, we will take it off and
:harge you nothing.
Iriere is a Klaxon for s every size
md kind of car from $4 to $20.
Klaxons are made only by the
wOvell'McConnell- Mfg.' 'Co.;
Newark, N. J. like all standard
irticles they are widely imitated,
lb be sure, look for the Klaxon
700,000 are in we
West Broadway and North Main St
ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES
SEABOARD AIR HUE RY.
The Progressive Railway of the South
New York ...$39.05
Philadelphia ,. 39.05
Baltimore .' . . .......... 36.05
Boston .. .. 47.35
Detroit.. ................ 475
Denver . .... ......... 62.65
Denver .. ........... 650
, Washington . 36.05
On sale daily May 15th to Septem September
ber September 30th, 1916. Limit returning Octo October
ber October 31st, iai6.
JOHN BOISSEAU, C. P. A.
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A
Burglar Had Marked Bibte.
narrisbufg,' Pa. -Henry Bake of this
city has been arrested b State Police Policeman
man Policeman Curti A."" Paries op charges of
burglary. He confessed to a string of
thefts corering months in the fashion fashionable
able fashionable suburban districts of the state
capital. In Rake's pocket was found a
much used Bible. Circled with red
Ink was the quotation. "Seek and ye
Jail Prisoners Make Shawls.
Svansville. Ind. Hand knitted wool
en shawls, the "kind that grandmother
wore." are being made' by men prison prisoners
ers prisoners in the county jail here. Two of
the shawls have been completed and
are valued at $10 each. Four of the
prisoners are working on the shawls,
and they have become experts. Ex Exactly
actly Exactly ; 6,405 knots are made in each
AVOID SPRING COLDS
Sudden changes, high winds, shift
in? seasons cause colds and grip, and
these spring colds are annoying and
dangerous and are likely to turn into
a chronic summer cough. In such
cases take a treatment of Dr. King's
New Diasovery, a pleasant laxative
tar syrup. It soothes the cough.,
checks the cold and 'helps break up an
attack of grip. Its already prepared,
no mixing or fussing. Just ask your
druggist for a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery. Tested and tried for
over 40 years. Ad. 3
Bed Table for Invalid.
If a bed-table is not available for the
invalid, the leaf of the sewing ma machine
chine machine will make a good substitute, or
a sewing table, two legs resting upon
the floor, the other two turned under.
A few books placed upon the bed will
prop up the other end of the table and
prevent it from pressing upon the pa
Of Burbank School Election
Notice is hereby eiven that on Sat
urday, July 1, 1916, there will be held
at Burbank, Fla.., an election by the
Qualified taxnaving voters resident
within the boundaries described, to de
termine whether there shall be estab established
lished established a special tax school district
covering the territory included within
the boundaries described or not, ana
also in case said district is establish established,
ed, established, to elect a board of three trustees,
and also to fix the millage to be
assessed for school purposes within
said district for the ensuing two
years- . Y :
The boundaries of tne aoove ae ae-cTihA
cTihA ae-cTihA district shall be as follows:
Beginning at the northeast corner of
34-13-23, running thence west to the
northwest corner 01 lot ai-ia-w,
thnrp smith to the southwest corner
of 19-14-23, thence east to the south
east corner of 22-14-23, tnence norm
to the northeast corner of 22-14-23,
thence east to the northeast corner of
23-14-23, thence north to the north northeast
east northeast corner of 11-14-23, thence west
to the northwest corner of 11-14-23,
thence north to the northwest corner
of 2-14-23, thence east to the north
east corner of Z-14-Z3, tnence norxn
to the northeast corner of 34-13-23,
the point of beginning.
The following are appointed man managers
agers managers of said election, viz: George S.
Bowen, W. C. Bogue, Geo. H. Dyke
and F. M. Chaffee, clerk.
By order of the board of public in instruction
struction instruction in session on Friday, May
26, 1916. J. S. Grantham,
Chairman Pro Tem.
J. H. Brinson, Secretary. 5-30-tues
W. K. L.ane, m. Physician and
surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Builditm, Ocala,
For Steady Comfort and Real Economy
Keep your refrigerator well loaded with OUR ICE. And use our' coupon
books, Y Y
Ocala Ice Packing Co..
CALIFORNIA and WESTERN TOUR
Of Twenty-five Days Visiting
CALIFORNIA, PANAMA EXPOSITION (San Diego) SALT LAKE
CITY, GRAND CANYON, SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGELES,
DENVER, LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, and other points
Price includes all expense, railroad fare, pullman fare, hotels, meals
and certain side trips. For booklet and more definite information write
ELMER F. IRWIN, P. O. B 951 J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., A. C L.
1 9 I
: MERCHANT X MINERS TRAHSPOHTATIOH -COM:
SUnnER TOURIST FARES
FROM JAC KSONVILLE TO
New York and return. ..$35.00
Baltimore and return ... 32.00
Philadelphia and return., 35.00
Washington and return.. 34.00
Savannah r and return ... 6.00
Boston and return $43.00
Providence and return . 41.00
Blue Mountain and return 35.50
Atlantic City, and return 36.50
Asbury Park and return. 36.50
Through tickets to all Eastern resorts, with return limit October 31,
1916, with privilege of stopovers at principal points. Sailings from
Jacksohville, via Savannah to. Baltimore Wednesday and Saturday. To
Philadelphia Thursday and Sunday 4:00 p. m.
Steamships Suwannee and Somerset have staterooms de luxe with,
baths, also shower rooms, hot and cold, fresh and salt. Running water
in all rooms. Wireless telegraph on all ships. Accommodation unsur unsurpassed.
passed. unsurpassed. Reservation, foare or any information cheerfully furnished
on application. Ask for tour book.
TICKET OFFICE East Bay St., take Florida Ave. Bell Phone 638
II. C. Avery, Agt. L. D. Jones, C A. J. F. Ward, T. P. A.
THE WIMPSOM MOTEL
xa the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none. 1
' RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.00.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
II! I biic! IIJiiIh
jnl E2l2g. Cleric Tdepboat Opcrstst. I P i I
I ca3r xr taembet of your I f If
1 dZoo faros GxiAr t ksv Saturday J j J jj jf
i F33 h-m txlyta ess tS"Fonzle Help JlhJjjJ )
J Wccstd ct f2faatfno Wasted Femal4 par !! I
cohzaca df-OUR PAPERS g fj;
I I t brizsg ta lalrcuaS-desirahle ap2csst ; gj ppj
Toiimy had always lived in the
city, but he was spending his holiday
at a farm. One day he frightened the
hen from her nest and picked two
warm eggs out of the nest. He ran
with them. to hi3 mother and cried.
"Look, mother, tl e hen out la the barn
lays eggs already cooked!"
One strange prejudice is that which
the Kafirs entertain against twins,
that are held to be most unlucky, al although,
though, although, oddly enough, a twin Is al always
ways always expected to be clever. So pro pronounced
nounced pronounced is this dislike tnat in the oH
days a woman who had twins for the
second time was put to death.
. Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Council meets this evening.
Albert Anson Graham, the river
historian, was in town yesterday.
Mr. John R. Martin is home from
Atlanta, where he went to see his
daughter, Miss Sarah Pearl Martin
OR SALE Porto Rico sweet potato
vines $1.50 a thousand at -shipping
point. Address C. A. Savage Jr., care
I. Ballard, Candler, Fla. 5-30-6t
The advance sale of seats for "A
Day at Coney Island" at 'the Temple
theater tonight has been large, and
the S. R. O. sign will probably be out
early in the evening. The curtain will
rise at 8 o'clock.
FOR RENT For the summer, well
furnished, conveniently located f six six-room
room six-room house; all modern conveniences.
Address, "C," care Star. 5-30-6t
Mr. Billingsley and son of the
Dodge agency will be treated to coca coca-cola
cola coca-cola in bottles if they will call at-S.
Demetree's up-town place and present
this notice. The Ocala Coca-Cola
Bottling Works. It
WANTED Fiftv thousand 7x9 8-6
heart ties; 42 cents for 6x8 8; 47
cents for 7x8 8-6; 52 cents for 7x9 8-6,
f. o. b. cars Jacksonville. Will inspect
and pay for on line of road. C. A.
Noyer, 148 East 2nd St. 30-3t
Two smart boys, Jesse Prisoc and
Edward Atkinson, were in town from
'Fellowship Monday,' doing business
like little men.
Mr. S. S. Savage Sr. Is in the city
from Lake county, the, guest of hi3
son and family, S. S. Savage Jr.
Mrs. Axe "Hannah, i hope, vou
didn't forget to wash the fish thcr
oughly before you put it In to taK8
Hannah "Mah ian! What fur Ab
gwine wash a fieh dut'3 bin a-Hbin' in
de watah ali hit's ille?" Eostou Trail Trail-tcriDt.
Stimulating Contempt of Court.
A case was appealed to the Onited
States Supreme court because in onc
of the necessary, papers m a murder
case the clerk had made the date 19013
Instead of 1913. He nad used an old
blank with the "190" punted, Which
accounted for the mistalie This is a
sample of legal technicalities carried
to absurd end3. Pittsburgh Sun
hirica of Mother no Doubt Pre Pre-.TesU
.TesU Pre-.TesU Daughter's Untimely End.
Ready, Ky. "I was not able to do
tnything for nearly six months," writes
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of thi3 place, "-'a,:d
was down in bed for three months.
I cannot tell you how t suffered with
tny head, and with nervousness and
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me any good, and he hid
to give it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought
u was no use tor l was nearly ceaa ai.a
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
I took eleven bottles, and now I am able
to do all of my work and my own
I think Cardui is the best medicine in
the world. My weight has increased,,
tnd I look the picture of heaith..
I! you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
It will help you, for it has helped so
many thousands of other weak women
In the past 50 years.
At all druggists.
Writ fr Chattanooca Msdiclno Co..' Ladies
IdTisory Dept.. Chattanooga, Term., for Sttcial
lmtrmciin$ on your case and 64-pae book, "Hom
Tnatmaot for Woman.1' in plain wrapper. NvO. IS
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Cot
tract work. Gives More and Bett
Work for the Money than Any Otn Otn-Contractor
Contractor Otn-Contractor in the dtr.
WHITE STAR LINE
TMAWSFEM ME TOKA(EE
Teams for Rent Light and Heavy Uanling Moving, Packing
' Put an Ad.
Ruddy Mars. ;
There seems Ut have been no reason
other than its suggestive color for the
selection of the planet Mars as the ce celestial
lestial celestial symbol of the war god; Yet It
was universally so regarded in ancient
If we could tell why Mars Is red we
might bit upon the whole secret of that
strange planet. Its color Is probably
due to some peculiar quality of Its soil
It may be principally composed of ma material
terial material resembling our red sandstone, or
It may be stained red by an abundance
of iron In its rocks.
Suits to a T.
The clause "It suits to a T. mean meaning
ing meaning it fits exactly. Is as old as the fa familiar
miliar familiar instrument, the T square or T
rule (so called from its resemblance to
the letter T). used by mechanics and
draftsmen for making angles true and
for obtaining perpendiculars. The ex expression
pression expression was in common use in the
time of Dr. Johnson, who Is quoted by
Bo8well as saying of Warburton. "Yon
see they have-fitted him to a T.V r.
OF 1 HE CITY COUNCIL
Finance D. W. Tompkins, chair chairman;
man; chairman; G. A. Nash, W. A. Knight.
Cemetery J. T. Moore, chairman;
D. E.McIyer, H. A. Weathers.
Judiciary J; M Meffert, chairman;
J. J. Gerig, D. E. Mclver.
Street D. E. Mclver, chairman; D.
W. Tompkins, W. A. Knight.
Fire-J. J. Gerig, chairman; J M.
Meffert, G. A. Nash. ;
Police W. A. Knight, chairman; G.
A. Nash, II. M. Weathers. t
Market II. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. M. Meffert, J. J. Gerig.'
Sanitary H. A. Fausett, chairman;
D. W. Tompkins, J. T. Moore.
, Building H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; H. A. Fausett, D. E. Mclver.
Light and Water G. A. Nash,
chairman; D. W. Tompkins, J. M. Mef Meffert.
fert. Meffert. Now if the time to, take a good
fpring tonic and VINOL is the best.
Sold only at The Court Pharmacy, tf
OCALA FRATERUAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN ssAR
Oeala Chapter, No. 29, O. E..S.
meets at YongeV hall, the second an c
fourth Thursday evenings of eacl4
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Myrtle Q. Kramer, W. M
Mrs. Lillian simmo&s Sec'y.
WOflMJSfl OF THl. WOKLD
Fon King Camp No. "14 zibets a:
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second ani fourth Friday. Visitiiu
sovereigns tre always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C C.
Chas. K. Sajre, Clerk
CHAPTfcr? NO. 18, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A.-M.. on the
fourth Friday in every' mouth a
8 p. m. Ai E Burnett, H. P.
Jake Brown. Sec'y. '
OCALA LODGE NO. 255, B. P. O E
Ocaia Lodge No. '286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tktesia even evenings
ings evenings In each months Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club hous
opposite posto f2ce, cast. side.
2- H. von Engelken, E. R.
D. S. Williams, Sec'y.
KXIOUT8 OF PTTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vl.
? 1 1 A 1 Tft 1
i ting Drouiers. w. uooer, u. j.
Cfeas. K. Sage. K. of R. S.
Tulula Lodcre No. 22, I. O. O. P,
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office buildhig at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
L. E. Yonce, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretarv.
The Ocala Temple Lodgs No. 2?
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members arc
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M- E C
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
in the Star
OCALA CAPITAL DIGGING OIL
(Continued from First Page)
drilled in, and the workmen were pre preparing
paring preparing to move their rig and start an another
other another well. The drillers appeared
eager to see the new strike put under
pump, declaring its "showing" indi indicated
cated indicated as good a well as any in the
The Ocala company has two large
storage tanks, and, neatly housed, a
pumping outfit capable of forcing a
barrel of oil a minute through their
pipe line to the tank cars on the sid siding,
ing, siding, arther up the slope is the well well-pumping
pumping well-pumping station, equipped with a new
10-horsepower oil-burning engine.
Most of the pumping outfits in the
field are being equipped with internal
combustion engines using crude oil
right out of the wells instead of gaso gasoline.
line. gasoline. The richness of the oil in this
pool makes the service of these en engines
gines engines as satisfactory as it is econom economical.
ical. economical. This 10-horse engine can easily
pump 20 wells at once, as all the wells
in the Rodemer field are only 250 to
300 feet deep. Power is transmitted
from the engine house to the pump at
the well through a wire cable.
At each storage tank is a smaller
separating tank," irfto" which the oil
is first pumped. AH oil, as it comes
from, the wells, contains more or less
water. In the first tank the different
specific gravity of the two liquids
causes the heavier water to collect at
the bottom, where it is siphoned off,
while the oil, rising, flows from the
top of the separator into the' big storr
After some time spent in inspect
ing the impressive development made
by the Ocala Oil company, and its
splendid, up to date equipment, Mr.
Huntsman led the way onto the ad
joining easle of the White Plains Oil
company more often referred to lo locally
cally locally as Sndwden Brothers, because of
its being owned by that well-known
firm. Near at hand a drill crew was
busily at work on this company's well
No.. 20, having already reached a
depth of 200 feel. Across a small ra
vine the pump was plying in No. 15
the banner well of the entire pool,
yielding 75 barrels of richest oil daily.
Some 350 yards beyond was the new
pumping station of the White Plains
company, in which was being tested a
newly-installed 25-horsepower oil en engine.
gine. engine. From this central station long,
straigt rows of posts like fence
posts set in position radiate in all
directions, like spokes from a wheel.
Each row leads to a well, near or far.
From the tops of these posts, swinging
hangers suspend steel ropes big as a
man's finger. The machinery at the
power -plant alternately pulls and
slacks on these, so that they ply back
and forth, each operating a pump at
its farther end.
A little beyond this, the visitor
comes out o nthe brow of a hill,
where he obtains the best view of the
oil workings; Below him, in a nar narrow
row narrow valley, are three pumping plants
those of the Good Luck Oil com company
pany company and the original Allen and White
Plains companies. In each power
house an engine is-, busily snapping
away, and into the j storage tanks of
each plant numerous pipes are pour pourings
ings pourings their contribution of thick, black
oil. r On every side are scattered
pumps in motion. The long cables
stretch all about, crossing and branch branching
ing branching like giant spiders' threads; though
their silent movement to and fro
amid grass and bushes, rather sug suggests
gests suggests the gliding of stealthy serpents.
The ground about the wells and
tanks is saturated with oil; the air
everywhere is saturated with its odor.
The brimming tanks, the rattling
machinery, the busy workmen all
combine to make a panorama which
well may cause the beholder to won wonder
der wonder if he really is in quiet, agricul agricultural
tural agricultural old Allen county, or has, by
some magic, been transported to the
famed petroleum fields of Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania or the West, -v
The trip was a revelation and a
happy one to the Times man. And
the pleasure, as well as the interest,
of his visit was enhanced by the kind kindness,
ness, kindness, not only of Mr. Huntsman, but
of Managers Blick and Schoonovr,
of the Good Luck and White Plains
companies, respectively, and by the
courtesy shown by employes general generally.
ly. generally. After seeing what is regularly go going
ing going on at Rodemer, one is inclined to
agree with Manager Huntsman, that
his estimate of 500 barrels developed
daily production in this field, is "very
reasonable." Not that so much oil is
actually being marketed, but a num number
ber number of the better wells are now idle,
awaiting completion of the new pump pumping
ing pumping systems. This estimate includes
the seven wells of the Ocala com company;
pany; company; the 19 wells of the White
Plains company on the Frost lands,
with four on the Crowe lease and the
two pioneer wells at the railroad
crossing which, by the way, are said
to pump as strongly now as when first
drilled; and it includes 11 wells of the
Good Luck company on the lartha
Ocala No, 7
Since the foregoing was written,
White Plains well No. 20 has been
completed and is reported to rival No.
15. The Ocala No. 7 is pumping, and
is claimed to be one of the best. This
company is drilling on its No,' 8 and
will start its ninth well today (Thurs (Thursday).
day). (Thursday). It also has a drill at work on
the Duke farm. The Good Luck com company's
pany's company's No. 12 is reported coming in,
with very favorable indications.
SEE THE FAR3I on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with fresh
vegetables,-milk and eggs. tf
1' '1' 'I' '1' '1' 1' '1' '1' '1' '1' '1' '!' '1' t
THE SIHGIHG TEACHER
By LOUISE OLIVER.
rr.jlf.Tl T T T I I IU H I-T .f Ft.
Just for a few minutes Viola felt
like running away when she faced her
grown-up school. How different from
the little girls and boys of daylight!
To her surprise, quite a number of
the men were foreigners who knew
very little of the English language.
But their wholesome respect for her
put metal into her purpose and fight fighting
ing fighting blood into her veins.
There was one man in the room who
puzzled Viola. He went by the name
of Joe Brown. One thing she divined
instantly he was a gentleman; in
fact, he had the manners of an aris aristocrat.
tocrat. aristocrat. But the thing that drew her
to him from the first was his wonder wonderful
ful wonderful voice. For Viola insisted upon hav having
ing having singing. For fifteen minutes every
evening the halls of the old building
reverberated with the echoes of mas masculine
culine masculine voices. r
And Joe Brown led them alL His
voice was clear and deep and full
of passionate appeal that gripped the
heart of the little teacher.
One evening she called him to her.
"Joe, I know you are not an Ameri American.
can. American. Won't you sing a song for us
in your own language? You have a
wonderful voice." 4
Joe flushed happily apd bowed low.
"With the most pleasure. Miss North North-cott."
cott." North-cott." He spoke slowly, picking his
words with care, but he seldom made
a grammatical error and was fast
overcoming his foreign accent. "I
Joe Brown sang and it was so won wonderful
derful wonderful the mellowness and richness
of his voice, the feeling with which
he sang, and as Viola's quick ear
noted, the wonderful training he
showed that for some time after he
had finished no one stirred. V
Behind the Jears in his pretty
teacher's eyes was a look of interest
that had never been there before.
( The school did famously. Viola
worked hard with her class and daily
the lessons became less irksome and
more interesting. Then there was an
innovation to which the pupils looked
forward eagerly, for every evening
Joe sang for them.
One night after the class was dis dismissed,
missed, dismissed, Viola opened the street door
to go home. Suddenly a gust of wind
dashed fine sleet into her face and
the wind tried to lift her off her feet.
Then a man stepped out of the
shadow. ' ;; ;
" "May I go" home with you, Miss
Northcott? It is a bad night."
Viola laid a hand gratefully upon
his proffered arm. "Yes, indeed, Joe.
It was good of you to wait."
After that there was little chance
for them to talk. "The storm increased
in violence, and, even with her es escort's
cort's escort's help, it was all she could do
to keep her feet. When at last they
reached her door she insisted upon
him' going in. 'You must come in and
wait, Joe. 'No one can live in that
blizzard. I'm going to call mother to
hear you sing.-- You don't mind, do
you? I will play your accompani
ments."1 '. -; .
So Joe stayed arid sang so wonder
fully that both Viola and her mother
Then Viola told him of her own
anbition how she had stopped her
musical education for lack of money
to go further, and her determination
to work day and night until she had
enough money to have lessons of the
wonderful Max von Deerhof.
."Max von Deerhof 1" he cried.
"Yes! Do you know him?"
"Very, very well', Miss Northcott. I
was thinking how happy he would be
to have you for a pupil." ;
T wonder," he went on, turning (to
her mother, "if I may give Miss
Northcott' some lessons on Saturday
if she can spare me a little time. I
teach music myself."
So Viola's Saturday lessons began,
and she soon discovered that her
teacher was a marvel. Under his guid guidance
ance guidance her voice expanded and became
exquisitely beautiful. The cold weeks
flew and April came. The days of
night school were, numbered.
The last night it was raining, a
drenching April shower. When Viola
appeared in the doorway Joe was
waiting to take her home.
"Miss Northcott," he began almost
immediately when he had suited his
step to hers, "you aren't my teacher
any longer, but with your consent IH
remain yours. It's time, too, that I was
telling you my right name. I am Max
von Deerhof, or do yojrf know.it al already?"
Viola ; was silent, too amazed for
He went on. "I know what you are
thinking, wondering' rather. "Well, I
will tell you. I could not learn Eng English
lish English well. I had teachers by the
dozen. No good! Then someone said;
Do like the others. Go to a good
night school. They will make you
learn!' So I made my name into Joe
Brown, and Joe Brown is so grateful
to his teacher he is going to keep on
giving her lessons forever if he may."
"I hardly know what to say, Mr.
Von Deerhof," faltered Viola. "You
have done something for me I can
"Maybe some day youll find that
you can," he said softly. "I love you,
Viola. I have always loved you. Ani
perhaps you may find some time that
you could care a littJ9 for me!"
And there was a slight pressure
from the fingers that rsted so light lightly
ly lightly upon his arm.
Copyright. 1915. bv Sfc"!l"re Xewspapei
Cause of Worry.
Competent physicians are said tf
be agreed that most of the dyspepsia
so prevalent today is due to nothing
b"ut worry. As in other cases, "com "competent
petent "competent physicians" confuse the cause
with the effect. Dyspepsia is not due
to worry, but worry Is due to dyspep dyspepsia.
sia. dyspepsia. AH chronic dyspeptics worry,
while no person will worry who has
sound digestion and a clean colon.
Fresh seeds of all kinds at the
Ocala Seed Store. tf
ANNOU N CEMENT
FOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOU
To Marion County Voters:
I hereby announce my candidacy
for Tax Collector, and I am still
standing flat-footed on the strongest
plank in my platform of 1914, viz:
"I will keep the doors of the people's
olhce open every working day in the
year." In short, I propose to be THE
MAN ON THE JOB. (Read my
platform.) t W. W. Stripling.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR
1 hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for re-election to the office of tax
collector of Marion j county. I want
to thank you for your hearty support
given me in the past- If elected, I
promise to give you the best service
possible and to give my persona1 at attention
tention attention to the duties of the office.
Yours very truly,
'W. L. COLBERT.
FOR TAX ASSESSOR
I am a candidate for tax assessor
for Marion county in the democratic
primary of June 6th, 1916. If nomi nominated
nated nominated and elected, I wiU give the peo people
ple people of the county a clean and fair ad administration
ministration administration of the duties of the office.
J. P. PHILLIPS.
FOR TAX ASSESSOR
I am a candidate for re-election to
the office of tax assessor. You never
voted for a man in your life who ap appreciated
preciated appreciated the tavor more highly or
tried harder to deserve it than your
old friend, Alfred Ayer.
FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRA REGISTRATION
TION REGISTRATION To the Voters of Marion County:
If I have given satisfaction as sup supervisor
ervisor supervisor of registration, vote for me in
the coming primary, and I will appre appreciate
ciate appreciate it; if not, vote for another and
we will be friends all the same.
D. M. BARCO.
it announce myself for re-election
for the office of sheriff of Marion
county and respectfully solicit the
support of the people.
- J Galloway
To the Democratic 'Voters:
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of sheriff of Marion
county, subject to the wishes of the
voters at the coming primary election.
I firmly believe in the majority rule,
the salary system for paying public
officers, the selection of -deputies by
the citizens of each, community and
the application of the law? to every
one regardless of personal desires.
Assuring you of my very best endeav endeavors
ors endeavors if elected to the office to which I
aspire, I am Yours tiuly,
JOHN T. LEWIS SR.
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
V County: r
I hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for sheriff of Marion county, sub subject
ject subject to the action of the primary elec election
tion election next June. I am now serving
my second, term as marshal of Ocala
and my-record as such officer is an
open book. If I am elected sheriff,
my motto will be to uphold the moral
dignity of the office, do my full duty
as prescribed by law; true to all, but
subservient to none, and will go for forward
ward forward in the discharge of my duty
with an eye single to he welfare and
upbuilding of Marion county. Solicit Soliciting
ing Soliciting the support of all democrats, I
am, Yours to serve,
To the Democrats of Marion UOunty:
I am a candidate for sheriff subject
to the action of the democratic pri primary
mary primary election to be held June 6th. If
elected I vill give the people an hon honest
est honest and fair administration and will
give my personal attention to the
duties of the office. I respectfully
solicit your support.
, WALTER A. PRIEST.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUB PUBLIC
LIC PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
I wish to extend my sincere thanks
to the good people of Marion county
for the confidence reposed in me in
the past and the support given me
for official position and I hereby an announce
nounce announce my candidacy for the demo democratic
cratic democratic nomination in the coming pri primary
mary primary election to succeed myself as
superintendent of public instruction
for Marion county. I pledga you my
best efforts to maintain the high de degree
gree degree of efficiency that our public
school system has attained and that I
shall use every means possible to ad advance
vance advance the same. I solicit not only
ycur votes in the election but the ac active
tive active and hearty co-operation of every
"Trod citizen in the general promotion
if rur educational interests.
Very sincerely yours,
J. H. BRINSON.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUB PUBLIC
LIC PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
In making this announcement, I
ish first to thank the people of Mar Mar-ton
ton Mar-ton courty for their confidence' and
support in the past. Having been a
member of the school board for seven
consecutive terms, I believe that I
fully understand the work of the of office
fice office and its responsibilities, so I here hereby
by hereby offer myself a candidate for sup superintendent
erintendent superintendent of public instruction. If
elected, I pledge my best efforts and
personal attention to the work.
Respectfully, J. S. GRANTHAM.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUB PUBLIC
LIC PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
I hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of superintendent
of public instruction fo$ Marion coun county,
ty, county, subject to the decision of the dem democratic
ocratic democratic primary of June 6th. I have
been in the public school work for
more than twenty years and have had
experience in practically all its de departments,
partments, departments, hence I feel amply com competent
petent competent to perform the duties involved
in the administration of this work. If
elected, I promise to give to it my un undivided
divided undivided attention and best efforts and
to try to merit the confidence thus
placed in me. Respectfullv submitted,
E. H. MILLER.
FOR COUNTY CLERK
To the Democrats of Marion County:
Having been solicited by so many
friends to become a candidate for
clerk of the circuit court, I herewith
announce myself a candidate for said
office, and will appreciate the votes
and influence of the good people of
Harion ccunty, promising courteous
treatment, efncitnt service and a wel welcome
come welcome to any and all that may have
business in the office.'
S. T. SISTRUNK.
FOR CLERK OF TBTE COURT
To the People of Marion County:
Having served for several years as
tax collector, and I think to the satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction of the masses of the people, I
now believe I can again make you an
honest, efficient and a satisfactory of of-ficiaL
ficiaL of-ficiaL So I. am announcing myself a
candidate for clerlg of the circuit court
of Marion county. It ha3 always been
a source of great pleasure to me to
feel that I have had the good will and
support of so many of Marion's citi citizens
zens citizens in the past, and if these same
friends think me worthy of the office
I now seek, I solicit your assistance,
and. I will also appreciate the support
of the new friends I may have made
within the past few years. 'My candi candidacy
dacy candidacy is submitted to, and I will abide
by, the epressions of the people in the
dsmocratic primary of June 6th, next.
E. L. CARNEY.
FOR COUNTY CLERK
I respectfully state to the people of
this county I think my citizenship
and official conduct has merited a sec second
ond second term as clerk, and solicit your
support in the coming democratic
primary, saying plainly that if elect elect-d
d elect-d T will not ask for a third term.
Respectfully, P. H. NUGENT.
1 FOR COUNTY JUDGE
- W. E. SMITH
I am a candidate for re-election to
the office of county judge of Marion
county. I have held the office for one
term and have done my duty at all
times as I saw it. I ask the voters of
Marion county for the office for an another
other another term, and if I am elected will
continue to give the people my best
efforts, and feel that I am in a posi position
tion position to serve them, with the exper
ience I have gained, better in the'fu the'fu-ture
ture the'fu-ture than I have during the term that
is drawing to a close
Respectfully, W. E. SMITH.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
,. District No. 1
T herelw announce mvself for the
office of county commissioner from
the first commissioner's district .of
Marion county, subject to the pn pn-marv
marv pn-marv and the votes of the neonle of
my district.' I have had experience
. i rr i Jl 4-1 A
in tnis omce, naving serveu uii cue
board of St. Johns county, and feel
that I am thoroughly competent to
serve the public. Respectfully,
a. a. 1'iutt.n.ii.
Ocala, Fla. (Blitchton Road).
FOR COUNT COMMISSIONER
-V First District
I announce myself a candidate for
county commissioner for the first
commissioner's district, and if elect elected
ed elected I promise to give to the office
faithful service the very best that I
possess. Any support given me will
be very grate'ally appreciated.
14-tf C. (Ed) CarmichaeL
FOR COMMISSION JiK
First District ;
I am a candidate for the democrat democratic
ic democratic nomination for county commission commissioner
er commissioner from the first commissioner's dis district,
trict, district, Marion county, subject to the
action of the primary to be held June,
1916. I will appreciate any support.
Respectfully, W. D. Cam.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
S. R. Pyles announces for re-election
as county commissioner, district
No. 3. To my many friends who were
so loyal to me in the past and to thoss
who may be .added to the list in sup supporting
porting supporting my candidacy in the approach approaching
ing approaching primary of June 6th next, I will
feel grateful and if elected will en endeavor
deavor endeavor to prove worth o? your every
confidence in the discharge of my
duties a I see them for the common
good of n'u S. R. Pyles.
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR f
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
In announce myself a candidate for
re-election to the office of county sur sur-veyort
veyort sur-veyort of Marion county. .1 want to
thank my friends for the liberal sup support
port support in the past and will greatly ap appreciate
preciate appreciate their votes and support in the
ccming primary election.
W. A. MOORHEAD.
DIET AND HEALTH
By DX. T. J. ALLEN
CAUSE OF PELAGRA.
A physician reader asks if a
diet consisting largely of corn corn-bread
bread corn-bread and salt pork would be
likely to cause pelagra and if
the addition of fresh meat would
improve the diet.-, Italian in investigators
vestigators investigators sometime ago ar arrived
rived arrived at the conclusion that pela pelagra
gra pelagra Is due to eating rancid corn,
which forms a large part of the
,diet of the poor Italians. Late Lately
ly Lately a commission appointed by
the State fcf Illinois clearly dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated that pelagra is not
due to eating corn, at least not
if the corn, is fit to eat. Some
investigators have arrived at the
conclusion that rancid fat is the
cause of this disease and that
spoiled corn is as likely to be
the cause as any other food.
.There is no good reason for be believing
lieving believing that fresh meat would
prevent the disease under any
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR
L. B. MARSH
To the Democrats of Marion County:
I hereby announce my candidacy
for- county surveyor subject to the
action of the democratic primary to
be held June 6th, 1916. My experience
in this line of work for the past twen twenty
ty twenty Vears I hpliAV Vm tfinTnnfflilv
j qualified me for the position. I solicit
your support at the polls in the com-
iuS eiecuon. Lu' to. MAKSll.
Burbank, Fla., May 9, 1916.
I OR REPRESENTATIVE
. (Second Group)
xu me democratic voters oi Marion
I hereby announce mvself a candi
date for representative to the state
legislature (grotip No. 2) in the the
democratic primary of June 6th.v If
elected 1 will endeavor to serve the
people, realizing that an officer i the
servant and not the master. Solicit Soliciting
ing Soliciting your support and vote.
F. J. TITCOMB.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE
To the Democratic Voters of 'Marion
I hereby announce that I am a can candidate
didate candidate for re-election to the legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, in the first group. I will appre appreciate
ciate appreciate the vote of every democrat in
the county on June 6th.
x Very respectfully,
W. 5. CROSBY,
Citra, Fla., Feb. 24, 1916.
FOR MEMBER OF THE LEGISLA LEGISLATURE
TURE LEGISLATURE uroup io. 6)K
I take this method of thanking my
many friends throughout the county
for their kind expressions in request requesting
ing requesting me to be a candidate for the legis legislature.
lature. legislature. I therefore submit my name to
the voters for the nomination in the
coming primary for member of the
'"gislature in group No. 2.
W. K ZEWADSKI.
FOR STATE COMPTROLLER
To the Democrats of Florida:
I take this method of placing be before
fore before ycu my announcement as a cao
didate fcr the office of state comp
troller at th coming democratic pri primary.
mary. primary. I feel that my connection of
tho past few years with this depart department
ment department fully qualifies me for the posi position
tion position to which I aspire, and I solicit
vour votes. E. P. THAGARD
Fruit as Food.
Fruit is a most important food, not
so much on account of the nourish nourishment
ment nourishment it contains, for it Is nine-tenths
water, but because of its valuable
acids and organic salts. It i3 nature's
medicine. That is why some say they
'cannot eat fruit" It physics them
Cleans house. These people should
persevere until tney are able to Jtat
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. CLEAR AND REALTOR
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Young friends, in whatever pursuit
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True to form, somebody has again
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Napoleon and Frederick the Great
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mods:note dates or sequential designation Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
funding Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855
mods:publisher Porter & Harding
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mods:dateIssued May 30, 1916
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mods:extent v. : ; 61 cm.
mods:title Ocala weekly star
mods:subject SUBJ651_1 lcsh
mods:geographic Ocala (Fla.)
Marion County (Fla.)
mods:country United States
Ocala evening star
Ocala Evening Star
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