COriTROL THE CRESTS
HAKE FUN OF THE GEM
Petrograd, April 19. With the
first phase of the Russian campaign
in the Carpathians ended by weather
conditions, the Russians are strength strengthening
ening strengthening their positions in the mountain
ranges. Minor successes for the Rus Russians
sians Russians in the vicinity of Rostoki and
southwest of Czernowitz are reported.
The Russians have again crossed
the Dneister, making a drive toward
The German claim that the Rus Russians
sians Russians lost half a million men in the
Carpathian campaign and were de defeated
feated defeated is emphatically denied at the
Entire Traffic on the Division Stop Stopped
ped Stopped Eleven Hours by Accident
All traffic on the Seaboard railroad
; through Ocala was held up Saturday
night and Sunday morning till IX a.
About midnight Saturday night,
while two long freight trains were
passing each other on the long siding
between the Exposition street cross- j
" ing and the S. A. L. freight yards,
the southbound train struck a broken
rail and two heavy, steel-framed
cars, loaded with coal, left the track
and dug deeply into the sand. The
corner of one as it was tilted over
sideswiped a refrigerator car loaded
with celery on the northbound train
of perishable freight and literally
bent that car more than 15 inches
after tearing oft most of the outer
planking. Everything was held up
and the wrecking crew and train sent
for. The northbound passenger laid
out at Santos and the southbound in
the yards at Ocala. The two freights
at the point of the collision as well
as others which arrived all up and
- down the road were standing on sid sidings
ings sidings and main line, wherever space
could be found.
Word was passed that the wreck
had occurred and a big crowd gather gathered
ed gathered to watch the operations of clear clear-ing
ing clear-ing it. The wrecking train did not
get to work until 9 o'clock, but had
the track clear in two hours. It was
an interesting sight to watch the
huge crane, or derrick lift the 60 60-ton
ton 60-ton load like a man lifts a sack of
Strange to say, neither the coal
"-garsjftr. the refrigerator car were put
out ofcommission landanwre'-able
to proceed without unloading, though
the car of celery will probably be
loaded into another car and re-iced
The broken rail not only broke in
two, but while the wheels of the
heavy train were passing over it,
the broken pieces snapped like the
stem of a clay pipe, till there were
four of the broken pieces from a
foot to four feet in length, the steel
rail apparently having crystalized.
Bicycle Champion Stabbed to Death
by a Peanut Butcher
. New York, April 19. Floyd Mac
Farland, dean of bike racers and the
biggest figure in that branch of sports,
was fatally stabbed in the Velodome, a
bike race course in Newark, N. J.
yesterday by a peanut butcher, David
Lantenberg. The weapon used was a
screwdriver. MacFarland died short shortly
ly shortly after 9 o'clock last "night.
READY TO PLANT
600 colens, 2000 salvias, 400 ger geraniums,
aniums, geraniums, 200 chrysanthemums (silver
wedding). All of the above in pots
at 50 cents a dozen, $5 per 100; 1000
asters, seedlings, strong plants, 15
- cents per dozen, $1 per 100; 3500 al al-thernanthera
thernanthera al-thernanthera or red codure plants, 20
cents per dozen, $1.50 per 100. For
cash only, shipped to any address.
John Heintz, the Florida, Ocala. 19-6t
AND MOST PASSES
REPORT THAT THE CAMPAIGN
HALF A HILLIOII
FRENCH HAVE MADE A LONG
DRIVE TOWARD THE RHINE
Paris, April 19 German aeroplanes
have bombarded the great French
fortresses of Belfort. Bombs set fire
to two hangars and caused other
The French have scored further
successes in their drive toward the
Rhine, taking a series of important
heights, two cannon and two machine
guns. . ': Y ;
TOWED BY A TUG
Big Lighter Brought Freight Up the
Oklawaha from Jacksonville
Last week a rather unusual sight
was seen at Silver Springs when the
big Y lighter in tow of a tug from
Jacksonville came in with a cargo of
freight for the G. A, Carmichael. The
crew of the tug had their work cut
out for them in steaming up and
down the river with their big tow.
Told Mexicans They Must Not Ex-
C-'-) ecute Tappan Y .'."rS-
Washington, April : 19. Consul
General Silliman at Vera Cruz, today
reported that Arthur Tappan of New
York, who is under sentence of death
at Yucatan, has been respited and
granted a new trial as the result of
American intervention. It is expect expected
ed expected that Tappan's life will be saved.
The nature of his offense is unknown.
HONOR TO MEMORY
OF EX-SENATOR ALDRICH
' Providence, R. I., April 18. Lead
ers in political and financial affairs
of the nation attended the funeral
here yesterday of Nelson W. Aldrich,
for nearly a generation United States
senator from Rhode" Island. The hon honorary
orary honorary pallbearers were: Ex-President
Taf t, former U. S. 'Senator George
Peabody .Wetmore, Senator Henry F.
Lippitt, Charles P. Biggs of this city
and Frank K. turgis, George F.
Baker and Henry H. Davidson of New
SALVING THE SHIP
American Captain Found Only Law Lawful
ful Lawful Work Being Done On
, the Asama
Washington, April 19. Commander
Noble Irwin, of the cruiser New Or
leans, has reported to the navy de
partment that he had investigated the
Japanese naval activity in Turtle Bay,
Lower California, and found no in indications
dications indications of other than -salvage work
on the stranded cruiser Asama.
DREDGE FOR A BIG DITCH
Tallahassee, April 19. The Ever Everglades
glades Everglades Drainage board haa made a
contract with George F. Miles of St.
Augustine under which he is within
the next sixty days to place a two
and one-half cubic yards dipper dredge
on the Caloosahatchee canal for the
purpose of doing the work necessary
to deepen and enlarge this canal.
Mr. Miles is well known in Ocala,
where he and his family spent sever several
al several months.
STOMACH TROUBLE CURED
Mrs. C. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa.,
stomach trouble. I wduld have sour
writes, "For some time I suffered from
stomach and feel bloated after eating.
Nothing benefited me until I got
Chamberlain's Tablets. After taking
two bottles of them I was cured." For
sale by all dealers. Adv.
Try cne of thest. frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, if
OCALA, FLOKIDA, MONDAY, APRIL
OF THE CARPATHIANS
HAS SO FAR COST THEM
EXPECTS OUR AID
CHINESE CLAIM AMERICAN AS ASSISTANCE
SISTANCE ASSISTANCE AGAINST
Pekin, April 19. China has reject rejected
ed rejected the three chief demands of Japan.
This amounts to a defiance of the
Japanese government. The situation
is critical. Japan is prepared to make
war to enforce her demands, but
China expects the United States and
Great Britain to protect her national
STIFF NOTE FROM THE UNITED
London, April 19. A News dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Pekin states the United
States has sent a note by the Amer American
ican American ambassador at Pekin to the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese government, stating that the
United States has certain treaties
with China, which it intends to recede
from in no way.
POLITICIANS IN THE PEN
Terre Haute Bunch has Commenced
Serving Its Term
Leavenworth, Kansas, April 19.
Mayor Roberts and fourteen other
high city officials of Terre Haute,
Indiana, arrived here at noon today
and entered the federal prison, to be begin
gin begin their sentences. They were con convicted
victed convicted of election frauds and con conspiracy;
spiracy; conspiracy; COTTON MIGHT AS
WELL BE CONTRABAND
Allies Have Shut It Entirely Out of
Germany and Austria
London, April 19. That cotton is
kept from Germany and Austria just
as effectively as if. it were declared
absolute contraband, is the tenor of a
reply addressed by Attorney General
Simon to a conference of chemists and
engineers who asked whether the
government's action was sufficient to
make it certain that no cotton reaches
' MAN HAS PASSED
Raleigh, N. C, April 18. Colonel
A. B. Andrews; first vice president of
the Southern Railroad company, died
here, last night after a brief illness.
He was seventyfour years of age and
made a brilliant record in the Confed Confederate
erate Confederate army.
BUNNY IS BETTER
New York, April, 19. John Bunny
the moving picture comedian, ill here
for three weeks is said to have pass
ed the crisis of his illness and to be
on the way to recovery.
Mr. L. R. Chazal went to Port In-
glis Saturday, to join Captain Inglis
in his trip around Florida in his new
yacht, the Tuna III. Captain Inglis
has as his guests also Mr. A. E. Bige-
low and ex-Senator Frank Adams.
The party will be gone about two
weeks, and is sure to have a most en
Mr. George Herzog and family from
Pedro were in town Saturday buying
supplies for their farm. Mr. Herzog,
who is an immigrant from Saskatche
wan, has built a most serviceable auto
wagon, in which he and his family not
only ride but carry their supplies. The
car has a comfortable seat in front
and a wagon body. It has solid tires
makes good time on the hard roads
and when it hits the sand walks right
thru it with far less trouble than a
Mr. N. Passut left Saturday after
noon for Port Inglis to spend several
weeks on the gulf fishing.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar, j
vItiiat mm Dicnn
01 1 UH NUN ULUUI.II
TR1AI1 AMBASSADOR HAS REMOVED HIS
AIID ARCHIVES FROM ITALY
Paris, April 19. -Austrian Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Macchio to Italy, has sent his
family and the archives of the em embassy
bassy embassy to Vienna from Rome, says a
dispatch today. There are unconfirm unconfirmed
ed unconfirmed reports of a clash between Italian
and Austrian troops on the frontier.
The Italian cabinet- is holding daily
conferences. The pope "and the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian emperor are exchanging com communications.
munications. communications. Prince Von Buelow's negotiations
for Austrian concessions to Italy are
reported broken off.
IT IS INEVITABLE
London, April 19. A News dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Vienna states that war
between Austria and Italy is regarded
as inevitable in the near future. The
Italian embassy staff is preparing to
Ocala's Big Freighter is On Its Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs to Jacksonville
The big freighter, G. A. Carmichael
will resume its regular run on the St.
Johns, Oklawaha and. Silver rivers
today or tomorrow, having been rais raised
ed raised and repaired at Palatka. The boat
had a huge hole cut in its side but
it was soon repaired after it had been
placed on the ways. The boat was
easily raised with the powerful der
rick of the wrecking company the
water running out of the hole as fast
as it came up above the water. The
boat's machinery was not. injured in
the least, and it will come in this
week with a full load of freight.
Mrs. Stevens, of St. Petersburg, will
deliver a temperance lecture at the
Methodist church Tuesday evening.
Captain N. F. Peterson, who for
several years ran the local passenger
train between Ocala and Homosassa,
but for some months on one of the
Atlantic Coast Line's trains between
Lakeland and v Fort Myers, has been
returned here to his old run. His
many friends along the line are pleas pleased
ed pleased to welcome him back.
Judge F. J. Titcomb and Mr. R. S.
Hall went to Tallahassee today. Judge
Titcomb intends to propose to the
county divisionists that they include
Dunnellon. The phosphate city wants
the county seat of the new county,
and Williston would probably think
Dunnellon was butting in.
The two .veteran statesmen, ex-Sen
ator Carney and ex-Representative
Rogers, are not very much alarmed
at the prospect of county division.
They do not think the move will sue
ceed; nothwithstanding, both are do
ing all they can to checkmate the
Dr. W. V. Newsom, who has been
so ill for many months, is decidedly
better the last few days.
Mr. Sandlin, manager of the local
Citrus Exchange, has returned from
Tampa where he attended the meet
ing of the state horticulturial society.
We now have on hand a fall line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
The drugs used in our prescription
department are the best to be had
and ACCURACY is our watchword
The Court Pharmacy. 19-tf
NOTHING SO GtOi
FOR A COUGH OR COLD
When you have a cold you want the
best nedicine obtainable so as to ge
rid of it with the least possible delay
There are many who consider Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy unsurpassed
:Mrs. J. Boroff. Elida, Ohio, says
"Ever since my daughter Ruth was
cured of a severe cold and cough by
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy two
years aco. I have felt kindly disposed
toward the manufacturers of that
preparation. I know of nothing so
quick to relieve a cough or cure a
cold." For sale by all dealers. Adv.
REPORTED THAT ATTACK ON
DARDANELLES HAS BEEN
London, April 18. -A Turkish tor torpedo
pedo torpedo boat, which attacked the British
transport Manitou, was driven ashore
on the coast of Chios yesterday and
destroyed by a British cruiser. A hun hundred
dred hundred men from the transport were
Unofficial statements say Bulair, on
the Galipoli peninsula, has been cap captured
tured captured and Turkish reports say attacks
have been made on the Dardanelles
from the outer entrance and that the
Majestic and Swif tsure have bom bombarded
barded bombarded the forts near Gaba Tepeh.
BRITISH ALSO LOST A BOAT
London, April-19. The British, as
an offset to their success in destroy destroying
ing destroying a Turkish torpedo boat which at attacked
tacked attacked the transport Manitou off
Chios yesterday, lost the submarine
E-15, which, while carrying out a dif difficult
ficult difficult reconneisance in the Darda Dardanelles
nelles Dardanelles mine field, ran aground on Ke Ke-phez
phez Ke-phez Point, the crew being made pris prisoners.
oners. prisoners. TURKS ADMIT A SETBACK
Constantinople, April 19. Turkish
efforts to reach the Persian gulf have
received a setback. British reinforce reinforcements
ments reinforcements arriving in the Basra district
forced the Ottomans to retire.
The government will hereafter as assume
sume assume control and distribution of rye,
wheat and barley to prevent an in increase
crease increase in pricesi J
ALLIES WILL LAND MEN
The British are preparing to hold
the islands of Tenedos and Lemnos.
The allies will land troops at Mity
SMALL GAME FOR A SUB
Hull, April 19. The British trawl
er Vanilla was torpedoed and sunk in
the North Sea Sunday.
Postmaster -Robert F. Rogers and
Mr. Louis W. Duval are in Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, opposing the county division bill.
The plan to carve Bloxham out of
Alachua, Marion and Levy is unjust
o the former two counties, but it is
absolute piracy to Levy. It would
eave that county only four-sevenths
of its population and resources.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Baum have had
the inside of their hospitable Empire
Cafe renovated, and it is now a
brighter, better-looking place than
ever. They keep one of the neatest
places in the state.
Mclver & MacKay this morning
sent a casket to Crystal River, for
Mr. A. F. King, whose little child
died last night.
Grand Master M. M. Little of the
Odd Fellows, and Grand Treasurer P.
V. Leavengood left today, to attend
the meeting of the Grand Lodge in
The golf team returned Saturday
night from Jacksonville where on
Saturday it met defeat at the hands
of the Florida Country Club team.
The score was 5 to 10.
Senator Glenn Terrell of the twen twentieth
tieth twentieth district, in writing to Dr. F. E.
McClane, of this city, on county divis division
ion division says: "I am squarely against this
proposition and I don't believe it
stands the 'ghost' of a show to pass
the legislature. You may rest assur assured
ed assured that I shall leave no stone unturn unturned
ed unturned to prevent it."
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
A CURE FOR SOUR STOMACH
Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, of Battle
Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been
troubled with indigestion, sour stom stomach
ach stomach and bad breath. After taking two
bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets I am
well. These tablets are splendid none
better." For sals by all dealers. Adv.
ii in ti ii
BOTH BRITISH AUG FREE3C
FAMOUS FRENCH AVIATOR,
Berlin, April 19. Roland Garros,
the famous French aviator, was cap captured
tured captured by the Germans in Flanders
eighteen miles north of Lille.
British troops attacking the Ger
mans along tne railway between
Ypres and Comines, in Flanders, lost
heavily.- The British were driven from
the small position they had recently
taken from the Germans south of
Ypres. French and English reports of
victories in the west are declared to
TEDDY ill TRIAL
BIG SUIT FOR LIBEL BROUGHT
AGAINST HIM BY BARNES
Syracuse, N. Y., April 19. With
the court room jammed and the cor
ridors crowded, the trial of the $50,-
000 libel suit of William Barnes
against Theodore Roosevelt started at
10 o'clock this morning. The most
sensational politicial battle of the
generation is now on.
A GOOD BILL
Proposes to Put Women
Tallahassee, April 19.- A bill pro
posed in the legislature will increase
the membership of the boards of pub public
lic public instruction in the several counties,
of the state from three to five, mem members.
bers. members. A; feature of the bill is that as
many as two of the members of the
board may be women. No two shall
come from the same district and the
superintendent shall be a member ex-
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion W. H. Sheats is supporting the
measure and it has the endorsement
of many county superintendents
throughout the state.
Mr. S. R. Pyles is much better.
Mrs. Roland Keating is slowly but
A little girl, Julia Edwards, daugh
ter of Mr. Julius Edwards, a farmer
living near Berlin, was brought to the
hospital today, suffering with an ab
scess near the ear.
The city council finished its work
last week of equalizing taxe3 on real
estate, and is at work this week on
personal assessments. The members
of the council have been at work sev several
eral several hours in the afternoon and late
at night every night for a week.
Editor Harris of the Banner, who
has been confined to his home for sev
eral days, is able to be on the streets
greet his numerous friends again.
Messrs. H. D. Stokes, L. F. Ballard
and W. C. Blanchard, all past grands
of Tulula Lodge, will go to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville tomorrow to attend the Grand
Lodge of Florida, I. O. O. F.
Mr. John Boisseau has returned
from a brief visit to Tallahassee.
One of the most desirable lots in
North Ocala. Will take as part pay
ment 1 horse and buggy. Animal
must be young and perfectly gentle
so that any lady can drive in perfect
safety. Apply W. H. McConn. Mon.
Wed. Thur. lm.
RHEUMATIC PAINS RELIEVED
Why suffer from rheumatism when
relief may be had at so small a cost?
Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., writes.
MI have been subject to attacks of
rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's
Liniment always relieves me imme immediately,
diately, immediately, and I take pleasure in recom recommending
mending recommending it to others." 25 and 50 cent
bottles. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask
for Triola Sweets. 22tf
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. TVeyll
know what you mean. tf
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HID GARROS, CAPTURED 1
UNLESS GOVERNOR COMMUTES
SENTENCE, FRANK WILL BE
Washington, April 19. The su supreme
preme supreme court today dismissed the ap appeal
peal appeal of "Leo Frank for habeas corpus.
Frank's only chance now is tc s.ppjp.al
to the Georgia pardon board and the
governor for commutation of his sen
The supreme court held that the
absence of Frank from the court room
when the jury brought in Hs verdict,
and also the alleged mob violence
could not be construed as nullifying
the judgment of guilty. Justice
REPLACING THE ROOF
Putting a New Lid on the Seaboard
The big frame building at the Sea
board depot, owned by the Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael & Son Co. and operated as a
railroad dining room and lunch
counter, is receiving a new roof to
take the; place of the one burned a
few days ago.
A large shipment of Ncrri3 Candies
jest receivedat the Court Pharmacy.
Niue better made. .. 19-tf
Ilave your choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" or Pabst's BJue Ribbonon
draft, at Johnny's. - C-tf
For plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 200. tf
Smoke Cuban Club, 6c Cigar.
- phone so;
For Good Wood
BIG Load lor 51.
Your Crder will have
J. L. 5MOAR
At Bmoak's Wagoa Shop.
Eczema? A Torture
'rtM 7 I')
Remarkable Results Fel Fellow
low Fellow the Action of a
The action of S. S. S., the famous blood
remedr, Is a wave of health from the
itomach to every other part of the body.
Any skin disease, no matter -what its
name, be it eczema, psoriasl3, acne, la la-pus,
pus, la-pus, or just plain boila, pimples or a
stubborn abscess, must give way to the
influence of S. S. S. Why so? Simply be because
cause because there Is In S. S. S. certain medi medicinal
cinal medicinal Influences Just a3 essential to blood
health as are the elements of the grains,
meats, fats and sugars of our daily
food. Get a bottle today of any drug druggist
gist druggist and then write to the Medical Ad Adviser,
viser, Adviser, The Swift Specific Co., Ill Swift
Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. He will tell you
about skin affliction, such as you never
before realized- He will clear up the
mystery of why certain diseases of the
blood make straight for the skin. He
will also clear up your doubts as to the
nature, cause and proper care of your yourself
self yourself in any form of blood trouble. HI'
advice Is perfectly free. Thre is scarce scarcely
ly scarcely a community in the U. S. but where
you will find someone to enthusiasti
cally tell you how they are nu
nt at nnp tfmo were sufferers i.o.i
and all substitutes.
ii mm ir n
li W O
IIIS 0 LY HOPE
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rheumatism, or catarrh, or some
form cf skin or blood trouble.
bottle of S. S. S. today, but refuse
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
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Squillions of the Young Fish in the
Waters from Silver Springs
to the Sea
There are millions upon millions
of young shad in Silver Springs, Sil Silver
ver Silver river, the Oklawaha and St.
Johns river The little fish, spawned
this winter, are now from three to
five inches in length and look right
blue in the clear water. They are
easily caught with a crab or dip net
and many people are ruthlessly de destroying
stroying destroying hundreds of them in that
way. Those traveling the river say
the great schools of them in the
springs are samples of the supply all
the way down to tide water. Such
quantities were never seen before and
where the grown fish came from to
supply such vast quantities of spawn
is not known. We are told the little
fish will be grown or large enough
for market in six months more.- If
this is the case and they are not de
strowed in great quantities, there
should be so many shad in the river
as to make their capture a joke. As
they are one of the most highly priz prized
ed prized fresh water fish for commercial
purposes, the possibilities of fishing
As the Star has already said, it on the Oklawaha are very attractive
thinks the question of a prohibition I f or the near future
amendment should be submitted to
the people. The Star, however, can't RAPID PROGRESS ON
and children. The Ger
mans began their air raids in the first
weeks of the war; now, the allies are
getting back at them, their aviators
flying far into Germany and dropping
bombs on towns and cities. These
bombs, of course, are intended to kill
soldiers and destroy war apparatus,
but they seem to have done little
harm except to private property and
non-combatants an either side. Its a
disgrace to civilized nations that they
employ such methods.
Z3 CITRUS EXCMJNQEr) o
THE NEW ROAD
It is reported that that shrinking
violet, Allie J. Angle, will be in the
race for the office of state comptroller
It is reported that British prohi prohibitionists
bitionists prohibitionists have called on Billy Sun Sunday
day Sunday to cross the ocean and help them
make their nation dry. They had bet
ter leave Billy at home. His style of
conversation disgusts temperate peo
ple and does no lasting good.
Bids for the construction of $500,-
000 worth of roads were opened at
hv the commissioners, who
AUT C -w J
will meet again today to further con
sider the bids. Leesburg Commercial.
Lake county, preparing to build
half a million dollars worth of hard
roads, is ahead of Marion.
Ocala has a very clever young cartoonist-in
Mr. J. Mulligan. The Star
has seen a number of Mr. Mulligan's
, drawings, and unhesitatingly pro pronounces
nounces pronounces them as good as some it sees
in the leading publications of the
country. If this young man could
obtain recognition, there would be a
great demand for his work.
tt- u.. t, Mascan Tijtrbr that
Mr. R. L. Richard, with the Barnett content ;to step m a saloon and PY a were received here by local
National Bank, in Jacksonville, will 1 r" SW8 1" rT men interested in the project.
t)c i cciiiuiuai; iui dmvv m i t i
,wt snmnnse Mr. hree times as much and, if beer be f some-time securing rights
Richard stands much chance to take harmful, do him at least twice as of way throVLgh Lee countyf and hav.
the job away from Mr. Luning; how- much harm. JV. man who wiir stop in inff successfuiiy accomplished this,
... iofl cotr tw a saloon on his way to his office, his ft- t t fnr New York wnere
ever. it isn i uut ui ifcvv , . -
he is a mighty fine man, and has the Njop or his home for a 15-cent drink :, he is now attending to matters of
good will and confidence of all who c" win nav .very u. u importance to the new road.
fo him will instpftd nnv n. half Dint anal ttmi. i.
approve of some of the regulations
now proposed by certain members of
the legislature. In the first place, as
long as the state recognizes a business
as legitimate, it shouldn't pass laws
that are a downright persecution of
the men in the said business. Then,
it is to be supposed that all regula regulations
tions regulations of the saloon business are to in-
Mr. Hilands Arranging for Terminals
for the Fort Myers, Marco
Bay and Miami
Miami Metropolis, 17th: To com
plete plans for the terminals of the
Fort Mvers. Marco Bav & ,Miami
crease temperance; but compelled men railwayf w j. Hilands, general man-
to buy not less tnan a oowie oi Deer or ftger of the new lme which wiU open
half pint of whisky, and not allowing I the lowe rt of Florida Den-
them to drink it in the saloon, is one sn1a ftnd connect the east and west
of the surest ways to increase drink- coastSf nTrive in this city early
ing the Star knows. A man who is next week Advices to this effect
content to step m a saloon and pay a were received here ty by ioca;
nickel for a class of beer will instead I : i
buy a bottle, which will cost him Ml Hilands been in Jackson
If the letters, signed "Matheme "Matheme-tician,"
tician," "Matheme-tician," "Information Seeker," etc.,
appearing with great regularity in
ihe Banner, and all trying to give
rpasons whv the neonle of Ocala
mm, win instead Duy a naii pirn, ana M Hilands reDOrts that the road
take it with him. If he be a poor man, hflS pomietelv financed and
he will buy the cheapest whisky, that the permanent survey will be
wmcn is always ine worst. ." completed within a few weeks. Pre-
poor or not, u ne taKes me wnisKy Jmlinary surveys were made during
with him, he is almost sure to drink the nter and it is hoped to begin
more, as well as spend more money.
Shutting the saloons at 6 p. m. may
should give up their electriccurrent drinkin&f but any measure
uuanic, tnat sends a man home, with nan a
name of the author, it wou d proba- mt fa hig pocket -s ag gure tQ -n-bly
be found that they are all written drunkenness as rain is to
by the same person, and that person make graS3
has more personal man puuuc
the operation of trains before
other year has rolled around.
DAYTONA nOUSE BOAT
AT OCALA DOCK
son why Ocala should
rather than make it.
That holocaust at Marianna was a
fearful thing, but it is highly proba probable
ble probable that without it the horrible con condition
dition condition existing in the school would
Came to Silver Springs With a Party
from the East Coast
. A big and elegantly fitted house
boat, the Eagle, owned at Daytona
and under charter for the season,
It came to pass several weeks ago that the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange
change Exchange controlled the major portion of the fruit remaining in the state for the first time
in the history of the organization.
Almost immediately prices became good and they have been
maintained since at a satisfactory level. The lesson is obvious and justifies the faith of the
founders of the Exchange that just what has happened would take place whenever the Ex Exchange
change Exchange had the marketing of more than half the fruit.
The Florida Citrus Exchange can continue to get good prices
for the growers so long as they let it handle the greater portion of the crop. Therefore it
asks that they entrust it with the marketing of sixty per cent, or more of the citrus fruit
produced in the state for the coming season that it may keep on doing this.
It is the plan of the Exchange to carry on even more aggress aggressively
ively aggressively its splendid advertising to increase consumer demand for Florida oranges and grape grape-fruit.
fruit. grape-fruit. This season it has opened up many markets in which Florida fruit never before was
sold. By still further extending this line of effort, the Exchange proposes to sell a much
larger proportion of the fruit outside of auctions.
Growers now can join the Exchange with privilege of having
the local Associations seli their fruit in carload lots at the packing house to buyers when whenever
ever whenever these offer satisfactory prices. Any grower may terminate his contract with the Ex Exchange
change Exchange at the end of shipping season. Won't you join under these conditions? If so, fill
out and sign this blank, mailing it to the general offices in Tampa.
A dispatch from Sofia intimates
mat gone on for years; perhaps visited Silver Springs Saturday and
across with the com Bulgaria de- ...... ,olWo W41T. k k. si- :n c, on,
mands as the price of neutrality, the
CilllttlH-C vi "Uklv" ...v- I 4.; it- ic V.;nro o ft nam I O r TT CI! TT O A r
different at Marianna. Miami Me- Lasror. Engineer Smith and their crew.
tropolis. j The Eagle is 61 feet long and 12 feet
One of the sorrowful things about J beam.
this world is that nearly all progress
is made over roads whose dust is laid
with the blood and tears of the suffer
FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE,
I will join the Exchange for the season of 1915-16 on the terms set forth above.
Number of acres of bearing Name
trees in Oranges - - -----
Number of acres of bearing Post Office 1
trees in Grapefruit - ------
Number of acres of bearing Shipping Station :
trees in Tangerines
s n r
I i i ii i i i "i I
. t i -t i, i i i I I l.n J -Sm LxaJ. ,L W
on the part of the allies is only a
matter of time. Roumania was great
ly enthused last week by the recent
visit of the distinguished French
general, Pau, to that country, and the
Roumanians are said to be exceeding
ly anxious to attack Austria in order
to add Transylvania to their nation.
Dr. Dernburg, formerly colonial
Rerretarv of the German empire, but
who now seems to be the German
press agent in America, announces
that Germany has no desire for
world-dominion, but intends to keep
Belgium after the war is over. The
Star has no doubt that; Germany will
keen Belerium if it can, and it also
thinks the Germans have had im
pressed on them -in the last six
'months that world dominion is a little
too much, even for their ability.
The Star understands that the at-
Governor Trammell has suspended
two sheriffs, Baker of Palm Beach
county and Spencer of Hillsborough,
TMfi.A i herebv civen that the city
,.n f the citv of Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, will apply to the leg
islature of the state oi norma,
next session thereof for local or spe special
cial special legislation to change and simend
the city charter oi tne saiu city
modern, That 'all taxes which are levied by
Semsfnf MJIps Pnintp.-rter of
tempt to pass a law requiring county Washington sole representative of
superinxenaems ox u.uuu the progressive party in the Senate,
spect Catholic schools has been killed has returned to the republican fold.
in committee. Thestate has no right M Roosey. aso announces that he
to inspect a scnooi tnat it aoes not
support, and why a county superin
tendent should interfere with a Cath Catholic
olic Catholic any more than with a Methodist,
Baptist or Presbyterian school is
something no unprejudiced person
Are Among the Latest Improvements
Ocala has had several
on the charge that they do not do I self -measuring and straining gaso- j said city upon real and personal P.roP-
tTqaH I Prtv shall be collected substantially
. . .i. I ,..,. i.i. i in rne same manner uiuywcu
their respective shires. The Star on tne eage oi tne siaewaiKs oi w. ove collection of state and county
doesn't know anything about Hills- Davies, the tire man, Edward Tucker txes, or that may be hereafter pro-
borough county, but that gilt-edged ana tae Marion mercantile o. nave vided, m so lar as me same i
ki. Kaf the ritv council of saic
joint at raim ueacn is too notorious eacu au uuc mawucu ix,cij. i. .v, v; v,norj fnr.
to, be denied, and it couldn't exist so quite a convenience to the public as 2KtS5dSattt
openly and brazenly if the officers of well as the dealer. The next move insnau be empowered to provide by or or-the
the or-the county did their duty. The Star this direction will be an automatic dinance for the hearing and adjusting
I nf oil rftTTn1nints m such matters, ana
nopes me oenaie wm suppurt. uov- cuuui aiuw-umcm, "'j v. A .i
day or night, by the method of the of the books, the duties of
com in a siot.
ONIONS ENOUGH TO v
SUPPLY ALL OCALA
the tax assessor in relation to the re return
turn return and assessment of property, in
addition to the powers already con
ferred in such matters upon saia
council; that any property not taxed
fnr nnv vear bv reason of omission or
I a.1 A. mm M . A 4-Y a nntrmnnf ff
will take a hand in nominating a re- Mr. W. D. Taylor, in the fertile "Lrnar nv" rVason of
publican president next year. The! garden spot surrounding the little sucn error or omission shall be taxed
nonnlo nt Plnrin can hA pprblin of I nond at the rear of the Taylor home-1 the next ensuine vear for both the
i i : v w i i
Sheriff Galloway is of the opinion
that the city council should pass a
curfew law. He says there are a
number of boys around town whose
parents can't control them, or won't,
A i- ia Kattoi- fmr hem nnrl the cnm-
- t experiment station
munity that the police and I the University says it
iff and his deputies snouia nave uie
power to make them go home at a
seasonable hour in the evening. The
Star has never been in favor of cm-
few days, but it is inclined to heed
the opinion of conservative and ex experienced
perienced experienced men like Mr. Galloway.
Boys in a town the size of Ocala are
more likely to get into devilment
than they are in either a smaller
one thing, and that is, if the republi- stead, on Eastern Fort King, has one tax for the year in which such error
can party gets into power again, the! of the finest onion
same old gang of carpetbaggers will part of the county ana there must De jQ empower said city to levy a spe spe-be
be spe-be put in charge of federal offices in enough onions in it to supply Ocala cial tax annually not to exceed one
hL ctofo for manv a dav to come. mill on all property taxable by said
I i .... - r-.i.
city, ior tne maintenance ur
ance of hospitals, bana concerts, ana
- r -r r T l. I -w ..vw.k .'.
The Mpntitv of th nlant prowinP xxuis Kj. iyncn, xorraer posw- rest rooms within the corporate limits
in the courthouse lawn, which caused master in Gainesville, is now the effi- of said city, and to secure publicity
v, t.v cient secretary ox me uainesviue u
J I 1 1 X A. 1
of the Florida
University says it appears to be the
"Stachys Floridiana," a plant quite
similar to the "Stachys Sieboldi," or
Chinese artichoke. Dr. Chas. E. Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings had already told the Star that
it was a variety of artichoke, but we
misquoted him, and said he said as asparagus.
paragus. asparagus. Saturday, Dr. von Engel-
(Made in Marion County,
Florida. U. S. A.
ken. who has made an exhaustive I
study of botany, told the Star that PEE POUiiD, DtLlVtUfcD
To empower said city to furnish
electric current and power to all per persons
sons persons either within or without the cor corporate
porate corporate limits of said city that the
woods and fields; in a big city, there
is more right at hand to interest
them. The average boy has no bus
iness on the street after 9 p. m and
some of the kids in Ocala are roam-
Uncle Joe Dixon, is out on his an
nual hike. He was last heard from
at Live Oak, where the Democrat edi-
' j xi. x Ain :j:i.x 1 for "filled him nn with crrita and
inf nrouna tne streets uh uuuihku
The Star recommends the council to cprn-bread." The Lakeland Telegram,
filfA the matter into consideration
walking, win Keep tne state press
At rni,l on both sides are becom- postea as to ms wnereaDouts. iam-
- j r fknlDa Tribune.
incr more anu mure a wiuic i
Furonean war. Judging by the pub-1 Uncle Joe is one of the salt of the
lished returns, most of the victims of I earth, and the Telegram does itself
the bombs dropped from the ciouasmonor in recognizing nis merit.
If your car needs PAINTING see
where Uncle Joe works when he's not me- If it needs brightening up use my
MATTTA DDPOPmrATTOM DOTTOTIW
AU1U 1 IVfiOijU A JVil lUtiUU
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
E. C Jordan & Co.
219 WEST BROADWAY
CARPENTER AND Bl:ILDER
Careful Estimate? Made on all Con
tract Work. Gives More and Better
203 N. Blain St. Phone 193 Work for the Money than Any Other
OCALA, FLORIDA Contractor in the City
aM save paint bills Price $1.00.
T. D. DILLON
city council of said city shall see fit;
to build, operate and maintain elec electric
tric electric trolley lines either within or with without
out without the corporate limits of said city,
for the transportation of passengers
and freight, and to make such charges
for such transportation as said coun council
cil council shall see fit, and to issue Jxmds in
accordance with law for such purpos purposes
es purposes as in the case of other municipal
To empower said city to make and
enter into contracts with any of its
own officers until such a time as the
census of population of said city shall
show it to contain more than 10,000
That there shall be a city clerk, a
city treasurer and a v city collector
elected annually by the city council in
accordance with law, whose powers
and duties shall be such as shall be
fixed by the city council of said city.
To empower said city to issue in- j
dustrial bonds not to exceed $o0,000,
to encourage and assist in the estab establishment
lishment establishment of factories and enterprises
within the corporate limits of said
city, and to make such loans to the
owners or parties interested in such
enterprises or factories as may te ap approved
proved approved by a majority of the bond trus
tees of said city, provided the interest
charged on such loans is not to be less
than the interest paid on such bonds.
To empower the said city to re
assess paving and sidewalk special as assessments
sessments assessments which may be void by rea
son of irregularities and errors; anc
to empower the said city tc
serve notice on unknown property
owners or absent property owners by
publication in newspapers when such
property owners may be required to
construct any street or sidewalk pav paving
ing paving on any property by said city.
That the members of the city coun
cil are to each receive the salary of
$15 per month, and that any mem member
ber member absenting himself from any reg regular
ular regular meeting of the city council shall
have the sum of $7.50 deducted from
such salary, unless he had first se secured
cured secured the written consent of the
president of the council to be absent.
That only the duly qualified and
registered voters of the said city who
possess real or personal property sub subject
ject subject to taxation by said city to the
amount ol ?zuu ana wno nave paia tne
taxes last due thereon shall be per permitted
mitted permitted to vote in any election called
for the purpose of issuing bonds of
the said city.
That no franchise of any kind shall
be granted by the city of Ocala, to
any person, firm or corporation, with
out the conrent of a majority of thi
registered voters of the city of Ocala
voting at an election for that purpost
called and that any person, firm oi
corporation desiring to secure any
such franchise shall deposit with the
city clerk of the said city at such
time as shall be fixed by the city
council, a sufficient sum of money, the
amount thereof to be fixed by the city
council, sufficient to defray all the ex expenses
penses expenses of calling and holding such an
City Council of the City of Ocala.
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Shipping of Freight,
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A. W. FRITOT. D. P. A.. J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
The Manascmeal ol DH. PJcCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving 01 the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance 'between The
Murray t3o.t and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Folly Equipped and will be lluu
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURSi 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P.M. PHONE 333
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1915
LOUIS R. CBAZAL & SONS CO.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
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. r H. CASSELS, Assisted by Competent Helpers
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Restaurant with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
KIECTRIC EUEVATOB SERVICK PHONES IN ALL ROOMS
The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND BATH FOR A
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, Coanty and City Depository.
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Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ours. Let us
have your custom we deserve it,
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i 'Ik 1
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This is our
Manufactured for the pressing
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch
The pressure being direct j not sliding,
it can not wear or tear. Call and see
it do the work.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
DOLLAR AND A HALF
DOLLAR AND A HALF
The Secret of a Good Figure -often
liei in the brassiere. Hundreds of thousands of women
wear the Bien-Jolie Brassiere for the reason that they regard
it as necessary a corset. It supports the bust and back
and gives the figrure the youthful outline fashion decrees.
H3PM W are the daintiest, roost serviceable
t ni II!? garments imaginable. Only the
JLJS n5- U best of materials are used for in-.
RDCCirD stance. "Walohn", a flexible bon bon-DliAoolLICLO
DliAoolLICLO bon-DliAoolLICLO ingof great durability absolutely.
rustless permitting laundering without removal.
They come in all styles, and your local Dry Goods dealer
will show them to you on request. If he does not carry them,
he can easily get them for you by writing tons. Send for
an illustrated booklet showing styles that are in high favor.
BENJAMIN & JOHNES
50 Warren Street Newark, N. J.
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. Hansbrough
Heard at the Woman's Club
The club year is drawing to a close,
just three more meetings. The pro programs
grams programs have all been beneficial, some,
of course, more instructive and inter interesting
esting interesting than others; several have been
the occasion of men and women of
state and national prominence visit visiting
ing visiting Ocala, for the sole purpose of ad addressing
dressing addressing the Woman's Club, but of
all the meetings none has surpassed
in interest the one of last Saturday
when Mrs. Frank Jennings of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and Mrs. John Hansbrough
of Tampa were the speakers.
On account of the prominence of
the two guests of honor, the ban of
closed doors to the public was lifted
and in response to the general invita invitation
tion invitation nearly a hundred ladies assem
bled, in eluding representatives from
the Belleview and Williston Woman's
Clubs. Innumerable bowls of brilliant
nasturtiums, pansies, sweet peas and
violets lent their charm to beautify
ing the already attractive club.
The meeting opened with a short
business session and following it the
first number of the program was
given by Miss Rena Camp of Frank Franklin,
lin, Franklin, Va., an attractive visitor. Miss
Camp played without notes Webber's
Concerto in F. Minor, the second .And
third movements. Her beautiful ren
dition of the difficult selection proved
her mastery of the keyboard.
Since the announcement three
weeks ago of the coming of Mrs.
Jennings and Mrs. Hansbrough, much
interest has been displayed in club
circles and when the beloved presi president
dent president of the Ocala club, Mrs. C. R. Ty Ty-dings,
dings, Ty-dings, graciously introduced Mrs.
Hansbrough, the first speaker, she
ascended the rostrum amid an ovation.
Mrs. Hansbrough has several times
been a charming visitor in Ocala and
the introduction was only in accord accordance
ance accordance with form, for her audience in included
cluded included acquaintances and friends
with only a few exceptions.
In acknowledging the introduction,
the speaker said she bore greetings
from the most conservative club in
the state to the most progressive.
Mrs. Hansbrough took for her sub
ject, "Woman's Place in the Sun" and
made a tremendous plea for suffrage.
Her address was one of argument, as
well as humor, and so well did she
present the needs of the ballot, and
showed the fallacies in the reasons
generally aimed against equal suf
frage, that the club voted unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously to send the paper to the federation
bureau of information to be read be
fore all of the clubs in the state. The
speaker has an adorable stage man manner.
ner. manner. Following Mrs. Hansbrough, Mrs.
E. H. Mote whom Ocala claims as one
of her most cultured women, though
she for the past few years has been
a resident of Leesburg, sang "My
Heart is Singing" and "There Little
Girl, Don't Cry." The quality of real
music is unmistakable always, even
to those who are not versed in its
terms and tenique, hence Mrs. Mote's
appearance is always a great treat.
ane was accompanied on the piano
by Mrs. D. E. Mclver.
Mrs. Jennings spoke next. She was
introduced by Mrs. William Hocker,
who availed herself of the opportunity
to tell her co-workers of the recog
nition received by Mrs. Jennings, ex-
legislative federation chairman and
present president of the Springfield
Club, at the bi-ennial in Chicago last
summer. Mrs. Jennings was one of
five speakers who addressed the bi biennial,
ennial, biennial, an honor never accorded a
In beginning her address on "Wom
en's Club Work and Public Service, or
Social Service," she spoke of the ad admiration
miration admiration and respect the local club
had won throughout the federation
by the delegates it had sent to various
conventions, airs. Jennings enjoys
the distinction of being the ablest
public speaker in the federation and
it was with great pleasure that her
audience heard her. She possesses a
magnetic personality and a delivery
that commands the undivided atten attention
tion attention of her hearers.
Recently the speaker has studied
closely four great women: Ann. Hut Hutchison
chison Hutchison organizer of the first woman's
club in Boston in 1638: Marcraret
Brett, the first suffragette; Ann Jud Jud-son,
son, Jud-son, wife of the first missionary to
India, and Emma Willard, the first
woman to introduce a bill into any
legislature. She told of their lives
and of their martyrdom for the causes
they upheld. In concluding her
splendid speech, Mrs. Jennings urged
her hearers not to lose allusions, that
nothing helped so much as hitching
one's aspirations to a bright star
with a large orbit.
Seldom has a club the opportunity
of having a bi-ennial delegate meet
with it, so at the suggestion of Mrs.
Hocker Mrs. Jennings was asked to
read her report appearing in the fed federation
eration federation annual, to which she gladly
Mrs. H. M. Hampton, accompanied
by Miss Gertie Peyser, sang exquis exquisitely
itely exquisitely "Sunlight" and "Allah," which
met with much applause.
The concluding number on the pro program
gram program was a piano solo by Miss Ethel
Haycraft, who gave a well interpreted
rendition of list's "Tarantella." Mrs.
Hampton's and Miss Haycraft's num
bers are always looked forward to
with eagerness and the realization al
ways more than equals the anticipa anticipation.
tion. anticipation. During the afternoon, the forestry
committee, through its chairman, Mrs.
Burford offered a resolution protest protesting
ing protesting against the cutting of trees with within
in within the city limits. It was voted to
present the resolution immediately
to the council.
Mrs. Burford, who attended the
board meeting in Dade City last week
as proxy for the president, read an
interesting report of the meeting.
An informal reception was held
during the social half hour, affording
every one an opportunity to qhat with
the visitors. The hostess was Mrs.
R. L. Anderson, and serving the or orange
ange orange ice and cake which was garnish garnished
ed garnished with nasturtiums, were Misses
Nettie and Nina Camp, Agnes Bur Burford
ford Burford and Louise Rentz.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taylor returned
this afternoon from a brief visit to
Mrs. A. C. Hamrick, who has been
the fortnight guest of her sister, Mrs.
E. J. Crook, left Saturday for Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, accompanied by Mr. Hamrick,
who joined her Thursday.
The Presbyterian sewing circle met
this afternoon with Miss Bettie Mc Mclver
lver Mclver and the members took advantage
of the opportunity to present Miss
Bessie MacKay, one of their most
active members who is soon to he mar married
ried married with a pair of pretty embroid embroidered
ered embroidered pillow cases. Miss Mclver serv served
ed served her guests to refreshments late in
Mr. John Long of Tampa was a
Sunday visitor, returning home on
the midnight train.
Mrs. Addie Cappleman McCully and
children of Jacksonville are visiting
Mrs. McCully 's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Cappleman, four miles east of town.
Miss Helen Hardee, who has been
taking a course in the Massey Busi Business
ness Business College, Jacksonville, has re returned
turned returned home and 'is now at Rhein Rhein-auer's,
auer's, Rhein-auer's, where she has accepted the
position of bookkeeper.
Friends of Mrs. T. S. Trantham of
Tallahassee, formerly Miss Josie Bul Bullock
lock Bullock of this city, will regret to learn
that she has been quite sick. Mrs.
Trantham is now convalescing.
Mr. Claude Sims of Tampa was
greeting Ocala friends Sunday. He
returned home on the midnight train.
Mrs. L. W. Duval and little daugh daughter
ter daughter have returned from Leesburg,
where they visited Mr. and Mrs. A,
Miss Frances Anderson of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville will be numbered among the for
mer Ocalans attending grand opera
in Atlanta next week.
Mr. Marion E. Pelot has as his
guests at the Argyle House in Talla
hassee his sisters, Misses Carrie and
Dora Pelot of Arcadia.
Mrs. J. H. Strunk and son John,
left Saturday for Terra Cia to visit
her brother, Mr. John Anderson.
Master Spencer Cullen has suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently recovered from his accident in
February to walk, but for several
weeks he will have to be careful to
walk only a short distance at a time.
The reading club will meet tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. J. J. Gerig.
Mrs. Haviland, Mrs. Bush, Mrs.
Perry and Mrs. Hopkins, prominent
club women of Belleview, were vis visitors
itors visitors Saturday, coming especially to
hear Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. Hans
brough at the Woman's Club in the
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EASTERN STAR OFFICERS
The delegates from Ocala chapter
O. E. S., returned from Daytona Sat Saturday
urday Saturday after attending the Grand
Chapter Order of Eastern Star, and
report a pleasant time and a splendid
meeting. Next year the grand chap chapter
ter chapter will meet in Jacksonville.
Those going over from Ocala were
Mr .and Mrs. B. F. Condon, Mr. C. E.
Connor, Mr. C. E. Simmons, Mrs. A.
E. Burnett, Mrs. II. A. Kramer, Mrs.
F. G. B. Weihe, Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
Webb, Mrs. J. B. Webb, Miss Julia
Webb, Mr. J. A. Bouvier.
The election of grand officers of
the O. E. S. resulted as follows:
Grand matron, Mrs. Lula Scott of
Fort Meade; grand patron, Mr. C. E.
Connor of Ocala; associate grand
matron, Mrs. Alice Haskell of Palat Palat-ka;
ka; Palat-ka; associate grand patron, Mr. Silas
Wright of DeLand; grand conductress,
Mrs. Sara A. Harriss of Quincy; as associate
sociate associate grand conductress, Mrs. Cora
Harris of Tampa; grand secretary,
Mr. A. H. Carter of Hollyhill; grand
treasurer, Mrs. Cora Franz of Jack
sonville; grand chaplain, Mrs. Marion
Holt; grand marshal, Mrs. Minnie
Spearing of Jacksonville; grand or organist,
ganist, organist, Mrs. Emma Curry; grand Ada,
Mrs. Emily Jefferies of Jacksonville;
grand Ruth, Mrs. Catherine Smith of
Daytona; grand Martha, Mrs. Alice
Drake; grand Electa, Mrs. Alice
Schultz; grand warder, Mrs. Sue Wig Wiggins
gins Wiggins of Eustis; grand sentinel, Mr.
Leroy Bradne of Clearwater.
A BOX SUPPER
The King's Daughters jwill hold a
box supper on Thursday night, AprK
22nd, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
D. Small, North Ocala. Everybody
wrho brings a box is requested to
bring it without a name inside and in
plain wrappings. The gentlemen may
choose whoever they like to eat sup
per with them. There will be music
and games and fun for all. The price
of the boxes will be twenty-five cents.
LAKE WEIR YACHT CLUB
Eastlake, Fla., April 12, 1915.
The Saturday night dances at the
club house will be continued until fur
ther notice. It has been decided to
meet at the club house every Saturday
at 6 o'clock for a picnic supper fol followed
lowed followed by dancing and cards.
The Thursday afternoon teas will
also be continued until further notice.
David S. Woodrow,
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
Smoke Cuban Clut., 5c Cigar.
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
IIAIUON-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge tto. 19, F. &
A. M meets on the first and third
Thursday evening" or each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. -Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at SO o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE hU. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth 'Buesday even
ings in each month. Visiting breth
ren alvsrays welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF-MOUSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O.
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag
nolia street, near postoffloo.
R. S. Rogers, Dictator.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel
come always extended to visiting
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
CONCORDL LODGE T. U. OP A
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-
WOODMEX OF TITE WORLD WORLD-Fort
Fort WORLD-Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hallfi at 8 p. m., every
second and Xourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. m at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial velcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Charles Goddard, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brojvn, Secretary.
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Sarah C. Blitch, M. E. a
Kate B. Howell, M. R. and M. C.
the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is-good. Marion county has about ICO
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 cf miscellaneous rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knoa
that he has got it alL
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.
florida title and abstract corporation
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WHEN YOU BUY A WATCH OR A CLOCK YOU WANT TO KNOW KNOW-FIRST
FIRST KNOW-FIRST THAT IT KEEPS THE RIGHT TIME
YOU WANT IT TO BE UP-TO-DATE.
YOU WANT THE PRICE RIGHT
A. E. BURNETT
OCALrVS RELIABLE JEWELER
GOOD BAKING POWDER AND GOOD
FLOUR GO HAND IN HAND
We sell Calumet Baking Powder and Henry
Clay Flour to you under a "Money Back Guar Guarantee."
antee." Guarantee." Get a can of this well known brand today, ana
See if it does not do all and More than is claimed
for it. "BEST BY TEST," both Flour and Baking
One 10c Can of Calumet Baking Powder FREE,
with a 24 pound sack of Henry Clay Flour
Go Noz&fo By
Fine Steamers Low
JACKSONVILLE TO BALTIMORE
? FIRST-CLASS FARES
New York 24.40
Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on steamer. Sailings for
Baltimore, Wednesday and Saturday, for Philadelphia Thursday and Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. For tickets and other informat ion, call on or address
MERCHANTS & HIKERS TRAfiSPGRTATfCLl CO."
The American Kennel club comes
out strong against mutilated dogs;
whereas, what Eald Herford? "Man
loves the dog because he'll stay and
listen to his jokes all day; the dog
loves man because he shears his coat
and clips his tall and ears." Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Ledger.
ou can depend upon
O ur Tim e -pi eces
Everything we sell
fci tit I
fC.t f n k ntr P u
' Artillery, of course, had to wait up upon
on upon gunpowder. It is absolutely im impossible
possible impossible to say when and where it
was first used. The first piece may
have been made by a German named
Schwartz about 1220. It Is claimed
that artillery was used by the Moora
of Spain in 1343, and at Crecy in 1313.
OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, APRIL 1$, 1915
. ; I
For. Velvet Ice Cream Phone 525. tf
K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Woodmen meeet Friday evening.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. II. Christian. 14-lm
Norris Box Candies at the Court
Pharmacy are the best made. 19-tf.
W. K. Lane, 31. D., Physician and
Burgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, No so
and Throat. Law Library Building,
This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R.F.
First of ihe season Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
Mr. Tom Harris spent yesterday in
Jacksonville en route to Duluth, Minn.
He will also visit his sister, Mrs. L L-A.
A. L-A. Shephard in Chicago before pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding to his destination.
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The most satisfying box of candy,
Triola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Stores only. 22-tf.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
One of the most appreciative par parties
ties parties of the year for the Oklawaha riv river
er river trip was that aboard the Hart
Line steamer Hiawatha, when it made
the last trip of the season,, April 11-12.
The boat was chartered by Theo. N.
Vail, president of the Western Union
Telegraph Company, for a special trip
tr-Silver Springs. Mr. Vail was es
pecially pleased with the electric illu illumination
mination illumination of the forest which has just
been inaugurated this season, saying
that the delightful results obtained
were more fascinating than the scenes
thruout the daylight. He was over the
route several years ago when the
pitch knot bond fire was used, but be believes
lieves believes he enjoyed the trip now better
than ever. Palatka Herald.
April 17 .83 50..
April 18 ..80 50....
Generally fair tonight and Tuesday.
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
FOR THE YEAR 1915
' ..; : .. -, Finance f:. ... .... V
D. W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, M. J.
Geo. A. Nash, W. A. Knight, II. A.
. Street '",-
M. J. Roess, D. W. Tompkins, Geo.
John Moore, M. J. Roess, J. C.
JrJ. Gerig, H. A. Fausett, W. A
W. A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, if, C.
J. C. Smith, J. M. Meffert, J. J.
II. A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash, D. W.
John Moore, H. A. Fausett, J. C.
Light and Water
J. M. Meffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.
J. Gerig. .' -:
15 Pounds C-n (Fhfrh
of Sugar forP UnJJW
With purchase of $1 worth of
With purchase of one pound
package of VOTAN COFFEE for
N, MAGNOLIA ST. OCALA
Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
22j4c PER POUND, DELIVERED
la Ice & Pacliinrj Co.
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
WANTED. LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
STRAYED The night of April 14th,
a large black dog with white feet
and tip of tail white; one toe on left
front foot brown; was taken from
my place near Early Bird. $5 re
ward will be given for return or in
formation of the whereabouts of
the dog. Address, Nelson Horten,
Cotton Plant, Fla. 15-6t
FOR SALE Pure bred White Ply
mouth Rock eggs for hatching, 15
for $1.50. Apply to Marsh's mar
ket. v-vV: 14rtf
FOR SALE Large swnite ; chrysan
themum plants, 30 cents per dozen.
Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
street, rv yr- -v z-uAJl tf..-
WANTED The owner of -a pistol
taken from a boy some days ago
while under arrest. It was taken
from an automobile, in front of the
Temple theater about two weeks
ago. Owner can get same by prov
ing property and paying expenses.
Apply to W. F. Adams. Chief of
Police, Ocala, Fla ; 6-tf
RANGE FOR SALE A family size,
wood burning, range, with hot wa
ter tank and; connections for bath.
v Apply at Star office. v tf
Mrs. Hansbrough and Mrs. Jennings
Entertained at Luncheon by
One of the charming events of the
social calendar for this week that will
take precedence in the series, in both
point of time and interest, will be the
luncheon given today by Mrs. Jack
Camp at her attractive home, compli complimentary
mentary complimentary to Mrs. John Hansbrough of
Tampa and Mrs. Frank E. Jennings of
The decorations and details, with
he happy enthusiasm that radiates
always from the hostess, marked the
affair as one of particular joy to each
guest. Two favorite flowers of the
season, roses and sweet peas, were
used exclusively in the floral appoint appointments
ments appointments and the dozens of each that
were arranged with effect throughout
the rooms came from Mrs. Camp's
The long luncheon table had for its
central decoration a silver basket filled
with Madam Lombardt roses and
sweet peas of varied hues. Sweet pea
baskets with mints molded into sweet
peas were at each cover with the
dainty place cards on the table at
either end were mints and salted
pecans in cut glass bon-bon dishes.
The luncheon was served at one
o'clock in six courses, each course
delicious and attractive. Enjoying
Mrs. Camp's hospitality were Mrs.
Hansbrough, Mrs. Jennings, Mrs. R.
A. Burford, Mrs. Van Hood, Mrs. R.
S. Hall; Mrs. J. K. Austin, Mrs. D. E
Mclver, Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs. I.
F. Bennett, Miss Rena Camp and
Miss Sallie Shephard Camp.
Mr. and Mrs. George MacKay
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Mr. William Dempsey Taylor
on Tuesday evening, May the fourth
at half after eight o'clock
First Presbyterian Church
For Miss McClure
Mrs. W. T. Gary will entertain at a
lovely party Friday morning; at 10
o'clock, honoring Miss Hallie McClure
of sShelbyvilIe,- Ky., wK6, is the.'at-
tractive guest of her sister, Mrs. Bun
yan Stephens. .. ,t
""Mrs. J. B. Peacock, president of the
Woman's Club at Williston, accom
panied by her sister Miss Irene Brew
er, Miss Peacock, Miss Branch and
Mrs. Dan Barton attended the meet
ing of the Woman's Club Saturday
' m m' m
Misses Callie Gissendaner and Lil
lian Smith were week-end guests of
f rjends at.lVeirsdale
home Rev. J. B. Ley will go to that
city the first of the week to attend a
meeting of the board of trustees of
Sutherland College, and upon his re return
turn return to Orlando will be accompanied
by Mrs. Ley. Orlando Sentinel.
Smoke Cuban Club, 6c Cigar.
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
FOR RENT Two connecting rooms
furnished; one, two or three rooms,
furnished or unfurnished. Apply
at residence of Mrs. A. M. Perry,
Herbert street. 3-18-tf
FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs for hatching. H. S. Wesson,
Ocala, Fla. 3-30-lm
WANTED To lease or buy, two sec
ond-hand syrup boilers of 100
gallon capacity. Call or write, J,
R. Moorhead, Ocala, Fla. 10-tf
STRAYED Or stolen, Saturday
night, one dog puppy, white with
two liver spots, one on head cover
ing one eye, one on side. Reward
for information or his return to N.
E. Lowe, 201 W. Broadway. 13-6t
FOR RENT A six-room cottage with
modern conveniences, at ?14 per
month; W. 5th street near old high
school building. Mrs. R. L. Car
FOR RENT One-story building, 12
by 40 feet, suitable for shop, stable
or store room; including large cor
ner lot. Jb ive blocks from court
house. Rent, $3 per month. J. M
Wenzel313 W. Orange St. 13-6t
FOR SALE At a bargain, a hand
some large corner Jot; fine location
five blocks from city hall. Will sell
for cash or easy monthly payments,
Address J. M. Wenzel, 313 Orange
FOR RENT Desirable front bed
room, electric lights and all mod
ern conveniences. Apply 20 Her
bert street. 16-6t
LOST Sunday, between the Carlisle
drug store and Meffert residence on
Lake Weir hard road, a kit of
motorcycle tools. Return to H. O
Cole and receive reward. 19-tf
FOR SALE CHEAP 1000 gallon
galvanized iron tank; also gentle
horse for family or farm use. Box
182, Ocala. 19-tf
ROOMS & BOARD Four large fron
rooms with board at special sum
mer rates,, Mrs. M. E.- Erviru at
Carlton House. "19-lmou
Visitors Entertained at Motoring and
Beautiful Lake Weir was the des destination
tination destination of a motoring party Sunday
afternoon arranged by Mr. and Mrs.
William Hocker in compliment to their
wo house guests, Mrs. Frank Jen
nings and Mrs. John Hansbrough, and
Misses Rena and Sallie Camp, guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp.-
Motoring from Ocala were Mr. and
Mrs. Hocker, Mrs. Jennings, Mrs.
Hansbrough, Misses Camp, Mrs. C. R.
Tydings, Mrs. R. A. Burford, Mr. and
Mrs. Camp, Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, Messrs. Norton Davis and R. L.
Anderson, Jr. They were joined at
the cottage of Miss Annie Davis by
Miss Davis, Miss Ellen Clarkson, Mr.
and Mrs. E. H. Mote of Leesburg and
their guest, Mr. McDoughal and Mr.
Arthur Schmittman of Australia, who
is spending the winter at the Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha River Farms.
The afternoon was ideal and after
promenading the beach and taking a
dip in the lake, the guests were only
too ready to do full justice to the
bountiful picnic supper which Mrs.
Chicago, April 19. May wheat,
Oats, 58 U.
July Lard, $10.42.
1, The, Methodist .and Baptist : sewing
circles 1 enjoyed delightful meetings
this afternoon, the former with Mrs.
F. E. Harris and the latter with Mrs.
R. L. Carter.
Miss Genevieve Metzger arrived to today
day today from Niles, Mich., and will be the
guest of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. J
Mrs. J. P. Galloway, who spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Sewell at Brooksville, re
turned home today. She was accom
panied by Mrs. E. N. Hunterman
who will be her guest for a few days
en route to her home in New York.
Miss Marguerite Porter is home
from her visit to friends in Jackson
Mrs. W. F. Blesch left today for a
visit to look after property in Kansas
City. She intends to go on to Cali
fornia and attend the Panama-Pacific
Exposition before 'returning home.
Miss Melvine Burts of Tampa, a re
cent visitor to Ocala, sang yesterday
the offertory at St. Andrew's church
her selection being, "Fear Ye Not O
Israel." Miss Burts is one of the
sweetest of the young singers of that
Dr. H. C. Dozier and Mr. John
Dozier returned this morning in the
former's car from a short visit to Dr
and Mrs. Sylvan McElroy in Orlando
Mrs. Dozier, who is visiting Mrs. Mc
Elroy, is expected home Friday.
Mrs. H. C. Dozier, who is visiting
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Sylvan McEl
roy in Orlando, was one of the guests
at an auction party given last week
by Mrs. Harry H. Beeman. at her
beautiful Spanish villa. At the con
elusion of the games ice cream mould
ed into Easter rabbits with strawber
vies and individual cakes iced in white
and each bearing the name of the
guest for whom it was intended, was
served. Angel food and coffee follow
ed the cream course.
Mrs. Frank E. Jennings, who has
been a prominent and charming vis
itor in the city since Friday, the guest
of Mrs. William Hocker, returned to
Jacksonville this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Davis returned
Saturday afternoon from a motoring
trip to Jacksonville.
Mrs. J. B. Ley left yesterday after-
Lnoon for Tampa where she will -visit
relatives and friends in her former
Hocker had prepared. The supper was
temptingly served on the dock.
Mrs. D. B. Hargreaves, who has
managed the Orange City hotel for
a number of tourist seasons, will man manage
age manage a New Jersey summer resort ho hotel
tel hotel the approaching summer months.
Mrs. Hargreaves and daughter, Miss
Sarah Hargreaves, are well known in
Ocala, where they have a number of
mts. vj. ureen is navmg a very
pleasant two weeks visit with Mrs.
Weller Carmichael in Ocala. We
wondered why the movie man looked
so down in the mouth. Lakeland
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Mr. E. J. Collier went down to
Stanton in his swift little Saxon car
this morning; and brought home his
mother, Mrs. Frances Collier, who has
been the guest of Mrs. Frank Lytle.
TIC. Rer. Abbott Charles, Pres.
Itev. Father Benedict, Director.
Fire Miles West of Dade City and One Mile East of an Antonio
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES I
S225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MOUTHS j
J. 8. POST OFFICE, TELEGRA PII, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. lu TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 6, 1 91
SAINT LEO, Pasco County. FLORIDA
Put Your Ad. in the Star
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Our new -telephone directory, to be
issued May .1st, goes to press about
April 19th. If you are expecting to
have a phone installed soon, let us get
the phone installed and name in
directory at once. We collect monthly
15-4t Ocala Telephone Co.
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Get some friend to subscribe for the Evening Star, and pay three months in advance, ($1.25); bring the money, with their name and addres?
to this office and you will get one of the beautiful Anna Belle Doll sets free.
Or, get some person not now a subscriber to the Weekly Star to pay you for a year3 subscription in advance, (1.50) and bring the nar.:j
and address with the money to thi3 office and get one of the Anna Belle Doll sets free..
Tell your papa, mama, or some friend, who is now taking the Evemng Star, to let you have the money ($5.00) and come to the Star oiTii-e
and get a receipt for their subscription for one year, and we will give you one of the doll sets free.
Find three friends (your papa or mama may be one of them) who are now taking the Weekly Star, let them each pay you for anoth.:
year ($4.50 altogether) and bring or send the money and names to the Star office, get receipts for the subscriptions and one of the doll cts.