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OT A MOST
SENT SHELLS FROM A DISTANCE OF Tl'EIIIY-ll'O MILES IIITO'lHE HEART OF A FREIICH
London, May 1. The belated expla explanations
nations explanations of the bombardment of Dun Dunkirk,
kirk, Dunkirk, is that it was effected by a great
German gun, twenty-two miles away,
instead of by German warships, is
causing even greater anxiety in Eng England
land England today. Recent reports that the
Krupps are perfecting guns to hurl
shells twenty-seven miles are causing
great apprehension. If-the Germans
succeed in reaching the channel near
Calais, they could bombard Dover
across the strait.
GERMANS OWN UP TO THE GUN
Berlin, May 1. All attacks in West
Flanders by the allies failed. The
fortress of Dunkirk was shelled by
The Russians have evacuated the
town of Szuwle, after firing the place.
Two thousand Russian were captur captured.
ed. captured. Russian attacks of Plock and
Kalwarja were repulsed.
ANOTHER LONG RANGE ATTACK
Paris, May 1. The Germans again
bombarded Dunkirk last night, ten
shells falling in the city and causing
numerous casualties. There is no
change in the general situation and no
mention of German warships.
DARING GERMAN ALMOST SUC SUCCEEDED
CEEDED SUCCEEDED IN REACHING DOVER
Dover, May 1. A German aero aeroplane
plane aeroplane attempting to reach Dover to today
day today was pursued by a British biplane.
Thousands watched the pursuit until
both machines were lost in the dis distance.
tance. distance. TURKS AGAIN TROUNCED
London, May 1. A British camel
corps again defeated the Turks 12
miles east of the Suez canal Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, the enemy retreating.
-WENT A LONG WAY
London, May 1. The Russian
steamer" Svorono was torpedoed off
the coast of southwestern Ireland by
a German submarine.
SHEET MUSIC! If its published,
we have it or can get for you. LAT LAT-TNER'S
TNER'S LAT-TNER'S Piano Store. 4-21-tf.
It Is Up to Parents to See That Boys and
Girls Attend Church
GO TO CHURCH!
The trouble with some of our churches nowadays is that
they haven't the support of the young people. Churches
are filled with grandfathers and grandmothers, but they lack the
attendance of the young people.
NONE WILL DENY THAT IT IS DESIRABLE THAT OLD PER PERSONS
SONS PERSONS ATTEND CHURCH. BUT THE CHURCH IS NOT SOLELY
FOR PEOPLE ADVANCED IN YEARS. THE CHURCH WANTS
THE YOUNG PEOPLE, PARTICULARLY THE YOUNG MEN. IS
THERE ANYTHING MORE MANLY OR INSPIRING THAN THE
SIGHT OF A YOUTH WHO NEVER FAILS IN HIS ATTENDANCE
CHURCH? THE GIRL WHO PICKS OUT THIS YOUNG MAN
; A HUSBAND IS NOT MAKING A MISTAKE. HE WILL NOT
cPART FAR FROM THE PATH
THE SAME APPLIES TO THE YOUTH WHO IS SEEKING A LIFE
PARTNER. THE GIRL HE MEETS IN CHURCH, THE GIRL WHO
SINGS IN THE CHOIR. IS THE GIRL. WHO DESERVES AND GEN GENERALLY
ERALLY GENERALLY GETS THE BEST HUSBAND.
Parents, it is up to you to see that your boys and girls GO TO
CHURCH You are responsible for them and their conduct. If
your boy or girl sulks at GOING TO CHURCH be firm. It is
no time for indulgence. Have your child JOIN ONE OF THE
CHURCH SOCIETIES. The mind of the young boy or girl is
easily influenced for good or evil. The words of the preacher will
make an impression. GOING TO CHURCH by the young makes
for better men and women. The lessons they learn will stand by
th.m in the battle of life.
Every boy and girl should GO TO CHURCH next Sunday!
They should GO EVERY SUNDAY!
Young people can do wonders in this splendid GO TO
THE OCALA BAPTIST CHURCH
. SER VICS EE VER Y S UNDA Y 11 A.M. AND 7x30 P. M.
J E H I m io
CHINA REJECTS ALL THE DE DE-AMDS
AMDS DE-AMDS OF JAPAN
Pekin, May 1.- China's reply to the
demands of China was handed to the
Japanese ambassador this afternoon.
It is reported that it is a flat rejec rejection
tion rejection of Japan's demands insofar as
they relate .to China's sovereignty.
Czar's Armies Hold Their Own in
Poland and the Carpathians
Petrograd, May 1. The Russians
checked the Germa andvance on Kov Kov-no,
no, Kov-no, along the Dubissa river and. have
taken the offensive. The battle north
of the Niemen river, begun yester yesterday
day yesterday in an angle formed by the Niemen
and Dubissa rivers, is continuing with
great violence. The Germans are
commanded by the son of the kaiser.
The long conflict in the Carpathians
continues fiercest along the Uszok
and Stryj front, where heavy losses
are suffered on both sides.
That L. & N. Has Acquired an At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Outlet
Augusta, May 1. Cashier Brown
of the Georgia railroad today denied
that that road had purchased the Sa Savannah
vannah Savannah & Northwestern.
There will be a music recital Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening, May 8th, at So'clock, at
the East Broadway church under the
auspices of the W. C. T. U. Miss Nel Nellie
lie Nellie Zimmerman, harpist, and Miss
Zimmerman, pianist and contralto,
will entertain. It is a treat that all
should be sure to hear. The tickets
can be had at the Court Pharmacy.
May baskets The Murray Company.
OF RIGHTEOUSNESS. AND
OCALA, FLORIDA SATURDAY. MAY 1, 1915
RESULT OF WAR
IS TO MAKE NEW YORK GREAT GREATEST
EST GREATEST PORT IN THE WORLD
Philadelphia, May 1. "New York
has become the world's greatest open
port as a result of the European
war," said President Farrell of the
United States Steel Corporation, ad addressing
dressing addressing the American Academy of
Political and Social Science. "The war
will undoubtedly expand trade be between
tween between the United States and the Latin
Ir. George J. Blitch, the genial
young president of the Commercial
Bank, came by the Star office a few
days ago, picked up a member of the
force and took him to Anthony,
where they inspected a number of the
truck farms of that place and talked
with the planters. Nearly every foot
of the vast fields that surround An Anthony
thony Anthony for miles In every direction is
planted to some kind of crops and the
land is in a perfect state of cultiva cultivation.
tion. cultivation. The little dry weather the farm farmers
ers farmers have had, has enabled them to
keep their fields clean of grass and
While everything is late, not only
here but all over the south, the news newspaper
paper newspaper man was surprised at the con condition
dition condition of much of the growing stuff,
ard agreeably so.
We went through great fields of
beans where the most advanced were
blooming and in some protected spots
where the cold did not kill the early
p?ants, there were beans large enough
to eat. One man whose farm we visit visited
ed visited can ship a few crates early next
week. The stand of beans, canta cantaloupes
loupes cantaloupes and watermelons is remarka remarkably
bly remarkably good, but all over the fields one
can see the "replants" noticeably
smaller than the older ones.
The. cantaloupe fields look well and
the fruit will not be more than ten
days late. We saw many vines run running
ning running and blooming freely, with here
and there a small cantaloupe setting.
The tomatoes, probably, look best of
all. The older plants, those that sur survived
vived survived the cold, and there was a good
percentage of them, are putting on a
plentiful bloom and we saw a few to tomatoes
matoes tomatoes as large as small marbles. All
of the fields need rain, but the farm farmers
ers farmers are working them freely and the
plants will not suffer for moisture for
some time yet.
We were told that in the imme immediate
diate immediate Anthony section there are prob probably
ably probably 1000 acres of cantaloupes, about
500 acres of tomatoes and possibly
half as many acres of beans.
Many farmers who heretofore
planted heavily in these crops have
planted all or most of their land in
staple crops, and everywhere broad
fields of -oats, corn, peanuts, velvet
beans, cowpeas, etc., are planted and
coming on nicely.
CONFLAGRATION AT COLON
Ten Lives Lost and Immense Damage
Colon, May 1. More than half the
city of Colon was swept by a disas disastrous
trous disastrous fire which started shortly after
2 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Ten persons are known to be dead,
including two native policemen and
several hundred persons have been in injured,
jured, injured, while betwen 10,000 and 12,000
others, mostly negroes, have been
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
STEAMED TODAY FROM
New York, May 1 Fifty telegrams
were sent to prominent persons sail sailing
ing sailing today on the Lusitania. They re received
ceived received warning the vessel will, be
torpedoed and sunk before it reaches
Liverpool. Just before sailing a num number
ber number of mysterious foreigners circu circulated
lated circulated among the passengers, whisper whispering,
ing, whispering, "Death will accompany the Lus Lusitania
itania Lusitania on this voyage; don't go." In Investigation
vestigation Investigation failed to reveal the send senders
ers senders of the messages, and the myster mysterious
ious mysterious strangers disappeared quickly.
The band will not only play at the
Mayday exercises this afternoon, but
with great public spirit will give a
concert on the public square tonight.
The whole population should come out
and hear it.
MUSIC STUDIO FOR OCALA
Mr. DeWitt Packard Booe, who
came to Ocala from the north a few
weeks ago, has openeda music studio
in the Smith office building next to the
Southern Express Company's office.
Mr. Booe has had many years' exper experience
ience experience in his profession- and has been
coming to Florida for his winters for
some time, stopping at Daytona and
other places, till he has fallen in love
with the-state and wishes to live per permanently
manently permanently among us. Hels a skilled
piano and pipe organ tuner and re repairer.
pairer. repairer. Is a music instructor and
composer and has been very success successful
ful successful as a leader of bands and orches orchestras.
tras. orchestras. Mr. Booe comes to Ocala high highly
ly highly recommended and we trust will be
successful in. his efforts to organize
music classes here. V
NOTED RESCUE WORKER TO
GIVE TALK SUNDAY
Mrs. M. W. Henderson, head of the
National Home "Mission and Rescue
Association of America, with Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville as headquarters is in the city.
Mrs. Henderson has been engaged
-in rescue work for more than twenty-
five years, spending the greater part
of her time in traveling throughout
the country from city to city building
rescue homes, organizing auxiliary
societies and fighting the white slave
traffic. She has recently made a rap rapid
id rapid tour of the larger cities, Boston,
New York and Washington, in the
interest of the work.
Mr. M. W. Henderson, who repre represents
sents represents a prominent family in Georgia,
is a cotton ginner of that state and
devotes his money and life in assist assisting
ing assisting Mrs. Henderson in the work of
Mrs. Henderson will speak at the
Mehtodist church at 11 o'clock tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow and at the Baptist church at 7:30
p. m. She will speak on her life ex experience
perience experience in rescue work in the slums
of the great city. The public is cord-
SOME HUGE ONIONS
Manager C. F. Adams of the Mar Marion
ion Marion Farms sent to the Star office yes yesterday
terday yesterday some of the finest and largest
Bermuda onions we have ever seen.
While appearing to be young and not
yet matured, as they were green and
thrifty looking, each onion when laid
on the scales was found to weigh two
pounds. They are perfect in shape,
snowy white and of finest (flavor. Mr.
Adams has an acre and a half of
onions and will harvest a great many
The possibilities of onion culture in
Marion county are unlimited. All over
the city and through the country,
wherever planted, there are fine beds
of them and any variety seems to
f.ourish. There is a good demand
usually for young onions with tops,
both in local and northern markets,
and always a demand for the matured
ones. They are few crops, if prop
erly handled, that will raise more to
the acre than the larger varieties of
Mr. Voorhees, at his famous Bird
Island, Lake Weir, farm, has grown
onions on an extensive scale for years
and found it quite profitable.
ill SPITE OF
SEEMS TO OE
Ocala's Mayday Celebration is Very
Pretty and Attracting Great
As the Star goes to press, the May Mayday
day Mayday celebration is in full swing. Ev Everything
erything Everything connected with it is most
prettily devised, and the people from
all over town and many out in the
country are flocking to see it.
The ladies in charge and their as assistants
sistants assistants were busy all yesterday and
this morning, setting "up the Maypole
and the booths on the courthouse
lawn. They worked energetically and
by noon had everything in good shape.
The parade formed at 2:30 on Fort
King avenue, east of the Star office.
There must have been a couple of hun hundred
dred hundred of the young folks in line, and
their good looks and costumes showed
much good taste by their parents as
well as interest in the occasion.
The parade formed in the following
order: Tha fairies all dressed in
white vith dainty wings, carrying bas baskets
kets baskets of flowers. Next ce.me the large
white Scat drawn by four white
horses, bedecked in white harness,
with Mr. Harry Peter, in white out outfit
fit outfit driving. On this float were the
king and queen, Master James Chacc
and Miss Loureen Spencer, mounted
high on the royal carriage; Xviththeir
pages and lady attendants. The pages
were William Richie, Charles Duval,
Norman Home, Jack Camp, Donald
Garrett and Robert Cullen all wear wearing
ing wearing the royal purple robes and white
mustaches. The queen's attendants
were dressed in beautifully colored
filmy dresses, wearing flowers in their
hair, and presenting a most beautiful
picture. They, were Misses Virginia
Beckham, Callie Gissendaner, Isabel
Davis and Marguerite Edwards.
Following the rojal carriage were
the Wildcats, Ocala's famous basket basketball
ball basketball players in their black and orange
costumes. In a cage in front of their
float they had the emblem of their
club, two coal black cats. Next in
line were the Ocala Campfire Girls
in their khaki uniforms singing the
Indian songs of camp life, hen came
a squad of Boy scouts in uniform.
Next in line were a number of gaily
decorated bicycles ridden by boys in
gay May attire; then came the smaller
flower girls who were to take part in
the Maypole dances on the courthouse
square. Little girls pushing their
doll carriages came next. To attempt
to describe these little tots and their
attractive costumes is not within the
scope of the Star reporter's vocabul vocabulary.
ary. vocabulary. They were just everything at attractive
tractive attractive that can be said about them.
The rear of the 'parade was brought
up by a number of tiny kidlets on
velocipedes, all decorated in bunting,
The parade went around the court courthouse
house courthouse square, stopping at the north northwest
west northwest side, where the throne had been
prepared for the king and queen. Here
the royal aggregation marched across
the lawn to the throne, where the king
and queen were crowned by little Miss
Willie Mae Lang, queen of the fairies,
while the royal attendants sang a cor coronation
onation coronation song.
The festivities are in progress as
we go to press and we were unable to
learn who won the many handsome
prizes offered for the best costumes,
The ladies of the Woman's Club are
to be congratulated upon selecting
such "committeemen" as Mrs. George
Blitch, Mrs. Charles Haunter and Mrs.
Edward Bennett for pulling off such
an affair as the one now in progress.
They were ably assisted by other
members of the club not only in pre preparing
paring preparing for the affair, but in making
up today's parade.
Mayday m Ocala in the year 1915
will long be remembered by hundreds
of our young people.
One of the most attractice turnouts
in the parade was a miniature prairie
"schoqner" drawn by two goats and
occupies by a miniature settler and
his wife, dressed in the costumes of
'76, and escorted by numerous small
cowboys. It was quite unique and
created much comment.
SOlTflB'S GEIIERALS. HOVEVEB. GUIM THEY IE WE
J SUCCESSFUL SIA1
London, May 1. With the gigantic
super-dreadnaught, Queen Elizabeth,
leading, the allied fleet is bombarding
not only the Turkish forts but also
the Turkish armies, on both the Eu European
ropean European and Asiatic side of the Darda Dardanelles.
nelles. Dardanelles. The huge krupps of the Turks
have done some damage to ships, but
this is slight.
Turkish aeroplanes attacked the
British at Saribair and near Kaba
Tepe, and some "long range Turkish
forts, with guns turned inland, are
throwing shells against the redoubts
built by the land forces of the. allies,
who, though suffering severe losses,
continue to advance.
Forced to withdraw from the north,
south and east, the main Turkish
forces on .the peninsula of Gallipoli
are .concentrating along the Darda Dardanelles
nelles Dardanelles between Gallipoli and Maidos,
and are in danger of being -bottled up
by the British. The long range fire
of the fleet's guns prevents the Turks
from crossing to the Asiatic side.
ALLIES BEATEN OFF
Constantinople, May-1. The allies
have lost over 10,000 killed and
wounded in land operations at the
Dardanelles. Several sailing vessels
filled ith soldiers were sunk off Sed
El Bahr. ;
SHATTERED ALLIED SJJIPS
. Constantinople, May 1 The British
battleship Vengeance was damaged
and set afire by Turkish shells and
compelled to? withdraw towards Ten Ten-edos1
edos1 Ten-edos1 from : the Dardanelles The al allied
lied allied troops were driven from the Gal Gallipoli
lipoli Gallipoli peninsula except the force at
Gaba Tepeh. The warships Jeanne
Dare, Majestic and Triumph were
damaged by Turkish shells.
PA YING MERCANTILE
V BUSINESS FOR SALE
A Splendid mercantile business, in
cluding groceries, furniture, drygoods,
etc., in large country-town, with fine
surrounding territory, for sale at a
bargain. Will invoice about $5,000,
but can be reduced if party does not
want to invest that much. Did $28, $28,-000
000 $28,-000 business last year. Owner's
health is Tailing and must get out. If
interested, call on or write the Ocala
fs fun fo garden a ft en tfoz
IF YOU ARE DOING YOUR GARDENING WITH
SOME WORN-OUT, OLD-FASHIONED TOOLS YOU
DON'T SEE WHERE THE FUN OF GARDENING
COMES IN, DO YOU? THERE ISN'T ANY.
BUT WHEN YOU HAVE OUR NEW GARDEN
TOOLS YOU CAN DO THE WORK SO EASILY AND
QUICKLY THAT IT IS JUST FUN TO DO IT.
COME IN AND SEE OUR "LABOR-SAVERS" FOR
PHONE 118, -
GERMANS SHOWERED BOMBS ON
THE FAMOUS FORT
Geneva, May 1 Seven German
aeroplanes attacked the great French
fortress of Belfort Thursday, drop dropping
ping dropping numerous bombs and causing
serious damage. Artillery finally drove
the air craft away.
A BEAUTIFUL SIGHT
Every person who passes along the
west side of Mr. M. J. Roess' resi residence
dence residence on East Oklawaha avenue, is
impressed with the beauty of the
great beds of sweet peas in the gar garden,
den, garden, now in full bloom and probably
at the heighth of their beauty. Mr.
Roess has planted the beds of sweet
peas very carefully each year for the
past five or six. Study and care has
enabled him to improve each year on
the result of the year before, and this
season he not only hps more of the
beautiful .flmvers but the stalks or
vines are much larger and are bloom blooming
ing blooming more profusely. A representative
of the Star went through the beds
with Mr, Roess a da v. ory- two since
and does not blame him for fueling
very proud of them. There iire half
a dozen beds, each nearly fi:!ty feet
lorig,:'and it looked like theie must
have been tens'" of thousands of the
beautiful and fragrant blossoms in
full bloom, and as many more budding
out. The tallest of the plants were
eight and a half feet high by ths
yard stick and still shooting their
tendrils skyward. Mr. Roess is slad
vo have anyone stop and admire the
flowers. Located as they are, where
most of the passing from one import important
ant important street to another goes by, the
beautiful flowers are seen by many
hundreds each day.
The big bed of great crimson pop poppies
pies poppies is also a pretty sight. These
poppies have re-seeded themselves for
the past five years, since the original
planting, no care having been given
them, nor has there been any more
May baskets The Murray Company.
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OCALA EVENING "STAB, SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1913
OCALA EVENING STAR
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THE ITALY OF FLORIDA
One Christmas many years ago,
the writer voyaged on a sailboat
from Tampa across the bay. The
boat left the dock at what was then
called old Tampa,- a sleepy, pictur picturesque
esque picturesque village, separated by woods and
fields from where the newer Tampa
was just beginning to take on life.
That country was old everywhere, ex
cept in scanty spots only one line of
rails, the South Florida, reached Tarn
pa, the Seaboard had stopped at Plant
City, the metropolis of the gulf coast
was only commencing to grow across
, the river from the just completed
Tampa Bay Hotel, and once you left
' the little bunch of stores and resi
dences near the mouth of the river,
you were practically in the country.
The poem that spoke of "Tampa's
desert strand", was not all fancy at
, As the little sloop on which the
voyage was made skimmed the placid
surface of the bay, close scrutiny re revealed
vealed revealed only here and there a house on
the shoreline the great city of today
was not even conceived except in the
: r. ITanvn T? 'Plant arA a fpW
Rounding Gadsden Point and mak
ing a tack that brought its passeng
ers In view of Port Tampa, where the
"Wizard of the West Coast," with a
foresight that ,was valuable to his
country a few years later, had begun
the docks and channels that became
famous in the Spanish-American war,
the boat stood away to the southwest
to the long streak of silver sand on
which were the beginnings of what is
today the real Naples of Florida, the
city of St. Petersburg. It wasn't im
portant enough for the Christmas
party to land, and with a passing
glance they brought the boat about
so that the afternoon breeze would
take them on their homeward way.
Not much there was to see. The Or
ange Belt railway had just reached it;
two or three narrow-gauge engines,
not much bigger than mules, stood
around in the yard; there was a lit little
tle little depot, a dock, a fishhouse or two,
a few stores, perhaps fifty houses and
some streets cut back into the pines.
And that was St. Petersburg a quar quarter
ter quarter of a century ago.
As the years went on, the writer
heard of St. Petersburg, and partly
because he was always busy, but prin principally
cipally principally because he was always strap strapped,'
ped,' strapped,' he never saw it, until passing
jthrui about a year ago, he saw enough
to determine him to have a better look
next time he could raise the price of
You can't go to St. Petersburg any
more on cars the size of a streetcar,
drawn by engines not much bigger
than mule3, and you can't go on a
sailboat unless you hire a special
craft. Best way to go from Ocala is
on No. 39. That's the technical name
of the A. C. L. train, that comes thru
this town at 2:40 p. m., and has been
coming that way so long, that it
seems like a part of Ocala if you meet
it, or its return trip, No. 40, any anywhere
where anywhere on the 275 miles between Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and St. Petersburg. When it
pulls into a way station, and one of
the Hogan brothers or Larson, Boring
or White smiles down at you from
the cab, or Williams, Baker or Le-
Rflrnn tkps vnnr ticket, von tmder-L
stand a little bit what makes an Am American
erican American feel like the deck of his coun country's
try's country's ship i3 a part of his country.
No. 39 used to come along at any
OF THE GENUINE
Trade Mark is Stamped on the
Crown of Every Bottle
T. MITCHELL, V. P.
One year- in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
old time, but since Mr. Brand gave
the boys some new engines a little
over a year ago, the people along the
line have gone to setting their watch
es by the train. Along about dusk
of a spring or summer evening it
comes to Tarpon Springs, which is the
Corinth of Florida, on account of its
great preponderance of Greek fisher
men; and for its Gulf of Corinth it
has the Gulf of Mexico, and for its
Gulf of Aigina it has Lake Butler.
With its handsome station, paved
streets, brightly lighted stores, little
white way and crowds of people, Tar
pon Springs shines up brilliantly in
As the train goes on south from
Tarpon, as one looks out of the win window
dow window he notes that there is a constant
succession of electric lights. Everyone
of the incessant little villages, and
even the country" roads, show the
gleam of the incandescents, shining
thru orange groves and pine trees as
well as streets.
Soon you come to a big blaze of
lights, a big bunch of houses and a
big bustle of people. You would know
you were at Clearwater, even if you
did not see, leaning against a tele
phone pole as wide as himself, a man
six feet and one hatchethandle high,
who benevolently lamps the crowd
thru glasses as big as two young
moons. Willis B. Powell of the Clear
water Sun lived many years in a vil
lage in the cornfed belt, and never
has since, broke himself of the habit
of going to see the trai". He meets
39 and 40 and the Tarpon short and
most of the freight trains and No. 38
except on Sund? and Wednesday eve
nings. On those dates, he is at church
or prayermeeting ivhen she comes
This reminds us to remark that
Powell's Sun has been shining just a
year April 30, and it is the brightest
rag of its size in the U. S.
Clearwater is the saltwater suburb
of Ocala. Many of our people have
gone there, and by so doing become
rich. Our baseball team likes to go
there, even tho it generally gets the
kibosh put on it for so doing. The
people feed the boys so high they
can't make much more than a snail's
gallop around the bases. They have
no curfew law in Clearwater, as it
might interfere with the young folks
swimming in the bay or roasting oy oysters
sters oysters on the beach, according to the
season. Clearwater is just 1138 miles
from the Panama canal, and intends
to put on a line of steamers to Callao
as soon as the war is over, m
Going on south, the towns are so
thick that the train stops about as
often as a streetcar, and eats up the
time gained by hurtling at 50 miles
an hour across the pinywoods between
San Antonio and Tarpon.
It keeps up with the watch,' tho,
and a little after 8 o'clock the houses
begin to thicken into a city, the train
slows down to corporation limit
speed, the bell clangs incessantly for
wide, paved avenues, over which the
rows of light seem to twinkle to the
horizon, the wheels clang over the
switches, a brilliantly lighted busi business
ness business center comes in view, the train
slows to a stop-as the 'hands of the
timepiece point to 8:20, and stepping
out into an uptodate passenger sta station,
tion, station, you are in St. Petersburg.
We don't know what is the first
thing for other folks to do, but being
a newspaper man, the "first thing we
did was to go to tell Straub we were
in his town, and ask permission to
N. R. DEHON, Pres.
stay till we had to leave. Straub's
Timespaper has its office right at the
railroad station and the police sta station,
tion, station, where it can watch people and
things. We did not see Straub. It
wa3 Saturday night, and every Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon, after writing half a
page or so, telling how St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg and the balance of the universe
should be run, Straub turns the work
over to his bunch of intelligent young
men and goes to Pas3-a-Grille, where
he eats fish, and for all we know,
catches them till Monday. Happy
We didn't see Straub, but we saw
the biggest bunch of best pleased
people we have seen since Wilson was
elected. Walking up on Central ave
nue; we must have met half the peo
ple in town the census says there are
ten thousand people in St. Peters
burg, and we counted 2500 before
we ran out of figures. The sidewalks
were full and the stores were full and
the benches along the sidewalks were
full and the streetcars were full, and
if we had been in such a crowd any anywhere
where anywhere else we would probably have
found some of the people were full.
The St. Petersburgers seem to have a
custom ef turning out in full force, in
their best looks and their best clothes,
to meet each other on the street ev ev-ery
ery ev-ery pleasant evening; they have
benches along the sidewalks and mus music
ic music on every block. It is certainly a
pretty custom and a wise one. We
see as ce folks and as happy in
Ocala as anywhere, but they are not
so well fixed nor so many to enjoy
themselves in the open air.
We have seen people turn out on
the same principle and on the same
scale in Spanish-American cities, but
they didn't look as nice as the Pet
rogradites; also, it was best to stay
to the leeward of them when the
wind was blowing.
Watching that crowd was better
than a picture show, and watch it we
did till it and the other picture shows
Early next, morning, we climbed
aboard cars on the various trolley
lines, and inspected the city and
suburbs. And we must say we have
never seen a town better laid out, or
one so clean, or growing so fast and
The Pinellas peninsula is, in short,
the little Italy of Florida, and St. Pe
tersburg is .its Naples a Naples
without dirt and vendetta; and while
some historic personage has said,
"Let me see Naples and die," a per
son who ,sees St. Petersburg would
naturally want to live long enough to
With the right sort of enterprise,
they have built trolley lines far out
in the woods, laid out lots and are
waiting, or rather going after peo people
ple people to come and build on them. They
are coming, too. Anybody can tell
that by the houses new and the
If Ocala had a lot of that St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg spirit, we would have had a
trolley line to Silver Springs, and
that place improved, and drawing
tourists and settlers by the hundreds
Ocala has a spirit of her own a
good spirit, that stays all the time,
and that we wouldn't swap for any
other; but a little Pinellas snap and
sparkle would help mightily.
We soon began to run "across ex ex-Ocalans.
Ocalans. ex-Ocalans. First was-J. W. Sylvester
of theater and drugstore fame. Mr.
Sylvester is manager of the LaPlaza
theater, the interior of which he
proudly showed us, and said if it
wasn't Sunday he would put a play on
for us. The Plaza is some theater
seats 1900 people and is handsomely
and uptodately appointed. It had a
good run last season, and is an orna ornament
ment ornament to the town as well as a conven convenience.
ience. convenience. Going on down the street, we ran
into A. D. Adcock, who is in charge of
a thriving drugstore. Mr. A. took us
in his handsome new car and whirled
us out on the dock. This dock is the
most famous thing in or about St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, and it used to be a religious
observance for everybody in town to
go out on it at least once a day. Most
of them are orthodox yet. It sticks
out into the bay half a mile, and is
one of the greatest fishing places on
the North Ameican continent. People
come all the way from Alberta and
Saskatchewan to catch fish off this
dock. It was Sunday morning, but at
least a hundred fishermen were lined
along the rails, and more coming ev
ery minute. The fish were biting like
they never heard of Sunday. Mr. Ad Adcock
cock Adcock ran his car to the end of the
pier, turned and came back, and in
the less than three minutes it took to
do this the writer saw a score of fine
fish jerked out. Mr. has a dandy
little car. .He said that after dinner
he would take his family far up the
peninsula and back. Pinellas is rib ribbed
bed ribbed and ribboned with good roads.
The very next man we met gave us
five dollars. It was W. A. Hendrix,
formerly of this city, later of Mont Mont-brook.
brook. Mont-brook. He had removed to St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg and in company with C. P.
Moore, also formerly of Ocala, bought
the Ideal Lumber Company. Both
were doing well, but Mr. Hendrix
wasn't happy without the daily Star,
hence that $5.
Sylvester gave us a drink of soda soda-water
water soda-water Adcock an auto ride and Hen Hendrix
drix Hendrix a $5 bill, and it is our firm belief
that if we could have stayed in that
town till sundown somebody would
have given us a house and lot, but,
alas, we had to come away!
On the way to the train, we went
by the handsome and uptodate office
of the Evening Independent, ano
looked in thru the windows hoping
to find some of the force at home. All
the Independents, however, were
either at Sunday school, or had gone
fishing it was time of day for both.
A look thru the big windows, how however,
ever, however, showed that the inside of the
office was as goodlooking as the out outside,
side, outside, and both were in fitting with St.
Petersburg's big evening paper.
As we passed along, we noted two
things. One was that there were many
Sunday schools, and that all were do doing
ing doing a good business. Another was
that many people with fishpoles over
their shoulders were going to and
from the pier those coming carrying
their fish with a serenity of spirit
that is entirely absent from Ocalans
who return from Orange Lake on No.
9 on Sunday evenings.
We again congratulated St. Peters
burg on having attained that Nirvana
of tolerance that enables fishermen
and Sunday school scholars to meet
and greet in amity. When men and
women can go fishing and to Sunday
school, to the baseball diamond and
the church, the picture show and the
prayermeeting, without hurting each
other's feelings, the American spirit
will more fully prevail, and the mil mil-lenium
lenium mil-lenium will have moved several thou
sand years closer up.
Tnat mildeyed person Boisseau, who
sells tickets in Ocala for the Sea Seaboard,
board, Seaboard, on hearing we were going to
St. Petersburg, had threatened us with
personal violence if we didn't come
home on his road. And as his road
out of St. Petersburg is a good deal
more crooked than Teddy Roosevelt
says Barnes is, carrying a passenger
fifty odd miles to take him twenty,
the train had to leave early.
The train, however, was 'the Sea
board limited, and its worth going
around a few corners to ride on it.
Also its route gave a mighty good
view of the country. Leaving St. Pe
tersburg at 10 a. m., the train first
ran west almost to the gulf, then
went northward to Clearwater. For
the first ten miles there was ample
evidence of that spirit that expects
and intends to make St'. Petersburg
grow. Suburb after suburb was laid
out. There were more cement walks
out there in the pinywoods than there
are in Ocala. There was square after
square of well constructed sidewalks,
waiting for the houses that will be
along them and the streets that will
be between them; and if we stay out
side of Abraham's bosom for another
five years, we'are going back in the
belief that we will see a city bigger
and prettier than Galveston built
from the bay to the gulf.
Pretty soon we came to Clearwater.
And passing Clearwater we saw the
baseball diamond. And from our
knowledge of athletics, farming and
topography, we are convinced that
diamond was originally intended for a
dackpond, and that very little of its
originality has worn off. This led us
to wonder why Powell doesn't quit
trying to reform the curfew law
Ocala hasn't and reform the diamond
Clearwater has. We have an interest
in that diamond. Two or three Ocala
boys have been with difficulty rescued
from drowning on it. Its true it has
a good grandstand. We would have
picked up the grandstand and brought
it along, if we could. But you can't
play baseball on a grandstand much
better than you can play it in a duck duck-pond.
pond. duck-pond. Aftef passing Clearwater, the road
heads back east, by the noted health
resorts of Green Springs and Safety
Harbor. It goes around the north end
of Old Tampa Bay, -one of the finest
and best protected bodies of water in
the world. On over the north end of
Hillsborough county it goes, then
south across the Hillsborough, which
out in the woods is a pretty little
pecket river, and finally down to
The people along this route use the
Seaboard limited for a local train,
which gives them the use of perhaps
one of the best day coaches in Florida.
It was quite a long trip thru the
suburbs of Tampa, which city by the
way reminds one of a benevolent and
enterprising octopus, whose tentacles
constantly lengthen. Even from the
car windows, the improvement of a
year was evident. Some of the new newness
ness newness has worn off the union passenger
station, which is about a fourth the
size of the one in Jacksonville and
forty times better looking.
There was no more local business
by the limited after it pulled out from
Tampa. It has a schedule time of
about thirty-five miles an hour, and
as it has to make seven or eight stops
between. Tampa and Ocala, it often
hits a gait of a mile a minute. The
writer went to sleep this side of Plant
City, and dreamed he boarded an air airship,
ship, airship, which floated rapidly to Ocala.
Waking up and finding the Ocala
courthouse clock apparently staring
him in the face, he began to believe in
dreams, but suddenly discovered the
train had stopped at Dade City, the
courthouse cupola and clock of which
is much like our own.
Then we went out on the back piaz piazza
za piazza of the train, and watched the mov moving
ing moving picture of the Florida landscape
unroll. It was the backbone of the
country, the hog and hominy land,
where the people can live aM the year
around at home. Not so shiny nor
so bustling as other parts, but right
there all the same. The sun crept
down. The shadows lengthened. The
familiar hills and fields and roads and
houses came in view. Here is one well
known street and now another. An Another
other Another courthouse clock, the real one
this time, .looked out over the trees.
As the train rolled in, the dingy old
station looked god, because of the
familiar and friendly faces every-.,iirr,-
in sight. "Ocala," and the train
Tlipnr -i. And the very first person at
''Jo a e door was one of the prettiest
giri in town, with a. beaming smile
on her face. True, the smile was for
ir "' i
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1914 and August 1st, 1915, that they will be paid a re rebate
bate rebate of not less than $50.00.on each Ford car bought
in the above mentioned 12 months.
The rebate will be paid them by the Ford Company in checks, and may
be as much as $60.00, but the 050 rebate Is absolutely GUARANTEED.
This. refund goes to all original purchasers of Ford cars from my agency
in Ocala. ;
The price of Ford Cars delivered in Ocala is
TooFtogj Cars, gM
-Your rebate comes off of these prices, whether you have bought or do
buy, during the above period.
Eventually You Will Own a FORD.
WHY NOT BUY ONE NOW ?
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somebody else, but it was a good
omen, all the same. Being a heathen,
we believe in omens when we want
The best thing about going away
from Ocala is coming home.
The smart little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bunyan Stephens is wise to the big
war: He goes out in the front yard,
picks up the paper thecarrier boy has
just left, and brings it in, announc announcing
ing announcing "Fifty Battleships Sunk," or some
other thrilling piece of news. That
boy will make a good headline archi architect
tect architect when he grows up.
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OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1915
I.will tell you some thines I'd reanire if I hmipht
Pianolearned by studying their construction and selling
Pianos for years. I could save, I judge, $100 by buying
the right kind of a Piano at the right kind of price from
the right kind of merchant.
I would want to get a Piano with a purt, liquid, mel mellow
low mellow tone and a light, rapid action of the keys
I would want to get a Piano with a plain, handsome
case design and a beautiful art finish a Piano I would be
proud to have in my home.
I would want a Piano that a" reliable merchant would
not hesitate to guarantee. In a Piano of my own, bought
for many years use, I would expect immense durability.
I would want to buy a Piano direct from the merchant,
eliminating the "agents', salesmen's, solicitors', etc, salary
and expenses," thus saving a large sum of money.. In
other words, I would want a Piano at the proper price. If
I could pay cash. I would; if not, I would buy it on conven convenient
ient convenient terms.
After years of experience in the music business, the
best I have gained is my customers faith in the Pianos I
sell and what I say to them about these Pianos, and my
chief aim is to justify that faith.
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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this
Thought for the Day
"We ought not to fear to speak our
love at home. We should get all the
tenderness possible into the daily
household life. Tenderness in the
home is not a childish weakness, is
not a thing to be ashamed of; it is
one of love's sacred duties. Affec Affectionate
tionate Affectionate expression is one of the sec secrets
rets secrets of happy home life." J. R. Mil Miller.
ler. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Mclver Entertained for
Miss MacKay and Mr. Taylor
Taking precedence not only in a
series of beautiful pre-nuptial affairs
but in the social valendar for the en entire
tire entire winter and 'spring season will be
the musicale given last evening by
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mclver in honor
of Miss Bessie MacKay and Mr. W. D.
Taylor, whose marriage will be a no notable
table notable event taking place next Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening. Since returning from
college, Miss MacKay has been a val valuable
uable valuable acquisition to the Presbyterian
choir and the guests last evening in included
cluded included only the members of the choir,
their wives and husbands and the
young ladies and -young men who re reside
side reside in the neighborhood of the host
and hostess, making an assemblage of
about thirty persons. i
The Mclver home on Pine street
was aglow with beautiful flowers and
ferns. Vases and baskets of roses
vied with the hundreds of sweet peas
to make the rooms like a spring gar garden.
den. garden. The parlor, living room and
hall, by means of broad arches were
thrown, as it were, into one spacious
long room and there amidst the
charming floral framing were seated
the guests gathered for the musicale.
Mr. and Mrs. Mclver received in the
hall, Mrs. Mclver wearing a blue
gown with white lace trimmings, and
standing with them were Miss Mac MacKay
Kay MacKay and Mr. Taylor. For the party
Miss MacKay looked bewitchingly
charming in an attractive model of
white, embroidered in blue forget-me-nots,
with lace and black velvet trim trimmings.
mings. trimmings. The front door was opened by the
interesting young daughter of the
home, little Miss Frances Mclver and
the guests were invited by Misses
Frances Arnold and Janet Weathers
to the den, where Miss Annie Atkin Atkinson
son Atkinson dispensed punch, which was both
delightful and refreshing.
The program for the evening in included
cluded included vocal and instrumental selec selections
tions selections and those taking part were
Misses Eugenia Fuller, Mary Gates,
Frances Stark, Mrs. J. H. Taylor,
Messrs. Jake and Albert Gerig, Frank
Gates and W. W. Condon. The ac accompanists
companists accompanists were Mrs. Mclver and
Mi3s MacKay. The occasion offered
the first opportunity for the guests to
hear the beautiful voice of Miss
Stark. She sang "Good-Bye," "Twas
April" and other selections, and her
numbers were among the most en
joyed on the program composed only
of charming selections when rendered.
Following the fine program a three
course buffet supper was served in
the dining room. The square table,
covered with a rich lace cloth, was
centered with a tall brown basket fill filled
ed filled with many gorgeous Easter lilies,
grown by the hostess, and asparagus
fern. The handle was tied with a
large bow of white tulle and falling
artistically from the chandelier
wreathed in fern was a -shower of
lilies. Brass candlesticks with light lighted
ed lighted candles were at each corner of the
table and around the asket were
compotes of salted almonds and mints.
The first course, chicken salad, olives,
sandwiches and wafers was followed
by an ice course with almonds, then
coffee with mints was served. The
coffee was poured by Miss Stark, who
sat at the pretty table. Assisting in
serving were Misses Bettie Wray Mc Mclver,
lver, Mclver, Fuller and Atkinson.
A handsomely bound and attrac attractively
tively attractively illustrated bride's book was
presented Miss Macjtay, which when
filled out will be among the most
cherished possessions of the bride, as
well as a memento of last evening
when Mr. and Mrs. Mclver entertain entertained
ed entertained so beautifully in Miss MacKay and
Mr. Taylor's honor.
Mrs. J. L. Davis, after a short visit
to her sister, Mrs. Sue Mclver, i.tiij
returned to her home at Irvin.
The study class of the Woman's
Club held its last meeting for the
season yesterday afternoon. Mrs. H.
C. Groves has made an efficient leader
and the members have gleaned a vast
amount of information from their les lessons
sons lessons during the term.
Mrs. J. B. Ley returned from Mul Mulberry,
berry, Mulberry, where she has been spending a
few days with her daughter, Miss
Esther Ley. Mrs. Ley left here for
Tampa two weeks ago to visit her
son, who had undergone an operation.
His many friends will be pleased to
learn that he is again up and about.
Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston, who
were expected yesterday from Kissim
mee, to visit Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, postponed their trip.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Spurlin, of Lake
Weir, were visitors to Orlando Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Mr. Robert MacKay, a student at
the University of Florida, has return-
department, call 'phone 106)
ed home to remain until after the
marriage of his sister, Miss Bessie
MacKay to Mr. W. D. Taylor on Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Seniors Entertained at Country Club
Misses Elizabeth Davis and Nina
Camp were the lovely young hostesses
entertaining last evening at the Ocala
Country Club, complimentary to the
seniors. Their guests included, be beside
side beside the seniors, the high school teach teachers,
ers, teachers, the juniors, several of the tenth
grade girls and boys and a few other
friends, making a jolly crowd number numbering
ing numbering nearly sixty.
The club was decorated artistical artistically
ly artistically throughout in the school colors
old gold and black. At one end of
the ball room was stretched a large
black pennant with "Seniors 1915" in
gold letters J ir.muinerable smaller
penants and dozen" of brilliant nas nasturtiums
turtiums nasturtiums were used in de. loping the
color scheme. Great clusters of sveet
peas lent additional charm.
Punch was served on the broad ver veranda
anda veranda by Misses Meme Davis, Nettie
and Carita, Camp and Ellen Strip Stripling.
ling. Stripling. Late in the evening the four
attractive girls also assisted in serv serving
ing serving the ice course. Ther color was
pioduced in the refreshments, the ice
being orange and the cake iced to
carry out the school colors.
The diversions of the evening were
optional, some enjoyed dancing, others
solving puzzles while a few spent, the
hours in conversation on the g?llery.
A Kitchen Quiz contest, was partici participated
pated participated in by all and the successful con contestants,
testants, contestants, Miss Mabel Meffert and Mr.
Lynn Sanders, were awarded the
prizes, the former a dainty handker handkerchief
chief handkerchief and the latter an electric flash
In giving the guests a happv even evening
ing evening the hostesses were assisted by
Miss Mary Piatt, Mrs. Fred Robinson
and Mr. Clarence Camp.
This evening the seniors will again
be entertained, the juniors giving them
a party at the home of Miss Martha
Miss Frances Rowley who has con concluded
cluded concluded her school duties for this term
left yesterday for her home at San
Mrs. S.. P. Hollinrake returned last
night from a short visit to friends at
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
9:45 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Morning prayer, sermon
7:30 p. m. Talk on the prayer
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning service. Preach Preaching
ing Preaching by Rev. J. P. McMillan.
2:30 p. m. Junior Mission Society.
7:30 p. m. Evening service. Ser Sermon
mon Sermon by Rev. J. P. McMillan.
(Rev. Bunyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Morning service.
Sermon by the pastor.
Ordination of the following new
deacons: E. Van Hood, W. H. Cassels,
W. H. McConn, D. Neil Ferguson.
6:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. Evening service.
A hearty welcome awaits you.
(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
9:30. a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Preaching and Commun Communion
ion Communion service.
2:30 p. m. Junior League.
3:30 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
All cordially invited. Strangers
East Broadway Church
Disciples of Christ
(Roy B. Bowers, Minister)
9:45 a. m. Sunday schooL
Dr R. T. Weaver, superintendent.
11 a. m. Sermon. Theme, "The
Mystery of Christianity.,,
7:45 p. m. Stereopticon lecture:
Ninety views of the work and forces
of the Christian Missionary Society of
North Ocala Union Sunday School
Meets every Sunday afternoon 2:30
o'clock. If you can't come, be sure
to send a substitute.
Sweet peas, 50 cents per 100; se selected
lected selected 75 cents per 100, or $4 per
1000. John Heintz. 4-30-12t
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
E. C Jordan & Co.
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The Ocala National Bank.
When you deal with this bank you can rest assured that it is always ready
to help you in doing that which is best for the growth and advancement of
your interests along legitimate lines.
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By a Lueky Combination of Circum Circumstances
stances Circumstances I have been fortunate enough
to purchase 400 Pairs
This purchase was made at a price that means
the Saving of Many Dollars to my customers.
The Men's Shoes, in this purchase, consist of all leath leathers,
ers, leathers, including White Kids, and the majority of them
are of the English Drop Toe style. Some of these, are
slightly factory damaged.
These Shoes are $4 values, but my lucky purchase
T AM breaking the record with my Palm Beach
DO WN WITH HIGH FB EIGHT RATES.
I am now having my goods sh'pped by the St. Johns, Oklawaha
Silver Springs water route to Ocala, which means a saving to the
public of the difference between the high and low freight rates
Down with high freight rates. .
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Careful Estimate? Made on all Con Con-ra't
ra't Con-ra't Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
ntractor in the Cirv.
Have your choice Pabst's creamy
"bock" or Pabst's Blue Ribbon on
draft, at Johnny's. 6-tf
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Among the Ladies' Shoes, some
nials, with small black tongues and wnite calf piping;
some are all white buck "Colonette" with small tongue
and black patent leather piping, giving the latest black
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are Patent Leather. Colo
enables me to sell them at
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Yxite to&aj for a Utile j botHa d
M ED. PiNAUB'S LILAC
j.OS The worLT most famous perfume, every dreu ?J w-t
j rt the living blouocn. j-orcancicerchfet, atomizer arui
tf ilne after naving. AIlthevakeUinthrerfujn-ytu-n't
in pay extra for a fancy bottle. TbeqtnsLty fsvronirfiL 'is
VI price only 75c (6 ox.). Send 4c for the Liti botsie-cooica
lor 8 hand kfrrft tef i Write today.
PARFUMTMS ED. PINAUD, DrarteeS TIT
ED. fccaud buildzsg rnr.v Ycr.i
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1915
For Velvet Ice Cream Phone 525. tf j
May baskets The Murray Company.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Mr. J. M. Meffert says he will be
shipping beans next week.
Globe-Wernicke cabinets and safes
at The Murray Company. 3t
Everybody praises the good work
being done by Superintendent Marsh
and the street force.
We have a large stock of old soap
which we are selling real cheap. All
good quality. Gerig's. 4-87-tf
Mr. Jos. W. Dodge has the contract
to renew the inside decoration of the
Rexall Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
The husky bunch ,of oats on exhi exhibition
bition exhibition in the Munroe & Chamblis3
Bank is from J. M. Fennell's Kendrick
May baskets The Murray Company.
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
Secretary Rooney is rapidly setting
up the household gods of the Board
of Trade in their new home.
First of the season Pabst excellent
"bock" beer on draft at Johnny's, tf
The most satisfying box of candy,
Jtfiola Sweets, 50 cents for thirty
pieces. Sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Stores only. 22-tf,
The government has opened its
heart, also its purse, somewhat, and
Postmaster Rogers will soon have
some needed improvements made at
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
An excellent candy offering at 50c
the box at Gerig's Drug Stores. Ask
for Triola Sweets. 22tf
The Star regrets to learn that Mrs.
E. Carl Harris has resigned her posi
tion as matron at the Odd Fellow3
Home in Gainesville.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
with more than one registered -pharmacist.
Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
: A movement is on foot to establish
the weekly half -holiday on Thursday
Afternoons from May 13 to Sept. 30
Several leading firms have already
signed an agreement to do so.
:' Smoke Cuban Club, 5c Cigar.
DiJ you say BATHING GAPS?
Well, we have the prettiest line you!
ever saw. The Court Pharmacy, tf
Fvlclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EilBAlliERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C V. ROBERTS
. Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-mers
mers Embal-mers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 104
C V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Offict 5
HELPLESS AS BABY
Down in Mind Unable to WorHr
and Wfeat Helped Her.
Summit Point, W. Va. Mrs. Anna
Belle Eraey, of this place, says: "I suf suf-lered
lered suf-lered for 15 years with an awful pain in
fay right side, caused from womanly
trouble, and doctored lots for it, but with without
out without success. I suffered so very much,
that 1 became down in mind, and as help helpless
less helpless as a baby. 1 was in the worst kind
, of shape. Was unable to do any work.
I began taking Cardui, the woman's
tonic, and got relief from the very first
dose. By the time I had taken 12 bot bottles,
tles, bottles, my health was completely restored.
1 am now 48 years years old, but feel as
good as 1 did when only 16.
Cardui certainly saved me from losing
my mind, and I feel it my duty to speak
in its favor. I wish I had some power
over poor, suffering women, and could
make them know the good it would do
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, it will certainly be
worth your while to give Cardui a trial.
It has been helping weak women for
more than 50 years, and will help you,
Try Cardui. Your druggist sells it.
Writ ta: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies'
Advisory Dept. Chattanooja, Tenn.. for Social
htttrudiont on your case and 64-page book. "Horn
Tieatment for Woman." in plain wra -per. C. 121
Mrs. W. S. Knight of near Talla-.
hassee, who was operated on at the
hospital a few days ago, is doing very
Dr. Creekmore of Citra, brought to ;
the hospital yesterday afternoon, Mr.
Jeff Harrison of Citra, a son of the
late Dr. Harrison of that place, for
an operation, which was performed
Dr. Creekmore of Citra. left this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon for Jacksonville, taking Mr.
Spurgeon Ausley of Citra, formerly a
resident of Ocala, with him for an
operation for appendicitis. He will
enter Dr. Rogers sanitarium, where
hfs sister, Mrs. Blanche Montgomery
is a trained nurse.
Its good for the whole family, and
they all like it PEANUT IJRITTLE
in boxes at the Court Pharmacy, tf
Mr. A. J. Harnage, A. C. L. agent at
Montbrook, has taken unto himself a
wife in Miss Fredda Scott, of Trilby.
Mr. Harnage passed several of his
boyhood years in Ocala.
On Saturday and Monday, 1G
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Denham, after
traveling all around the neighboring
counties in their big car, looking aft
er Mr. Denham's extensive insurance
affairs, stopped in Ocala last night
for supper, on their way home to
We want you to step in and see our
line of FOUNTAIN SYRINGES and
water bottles, all prices. The Court
Give her a box of NORRIS' CAN
DIES the best made. The Court
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL.
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Buy your drugs from Gerig's. Qual
ity the best always. 4-27-tf
May baskets The Murray Company,
If you want to rent a house, get. a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
W. K. Lane, i. P., Tnyslclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Iav Library liuilding,
Just say "bock" at Johnny's. They'll
know what you mean. tl
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds pi sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
May baskets The Murray Company.
SEE lIIE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day .with
fresh vegetf jles, milk and eggs, tf
Subscribe for your magazines at
The Murray CorfJpany. 3t
We are sole agents for VINOL, and
this is the time of the year to take it.
The Court Pharmacy. H
Try one of those frosted pints of
"Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
"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 con condition.
dition. condition. Seeing Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy so highly recommended, I got
her a bottle and it relieved the cough
at "once. Before she had finished two
bottles of this remedy she was entire entirely
ly entirely well,' writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes.
Crooksville, Ohio. Obtainable -everywhere.
WILL EXCHANGE AUTO
f OR A VACANT LOT
A two-passenger, four-cylinder car,
in first class condition, fully equip equipped;
ped; equipped; new tires all around. Will ex exchange
change exchange for good vacant city lots, dh-tf
A WAY OUT
A Resident of Ocala Shows the Way
There's one effective way to relieve
Liniment and plasters may relieve
But they seldom reach the cause.
Backache is cause to suspect the
Ocala people back them up. Read
a case of it.
L. C. Pafford, carpenter, 29 B.
Monroe St., Ocala, says: "Last
spring I had a bad case of backache.
I couldn't straighten up -after I once
stooped over, unless I took hold of
something lor suport. Ofien I could
see -dark spots floating in front of
me and sometimes everything before
me became black. A druggist recom recommended
mended recommended Doan's Kidney Pills to me.
saying that he had nothing better in
the store, so I got a box and began
using them. I could see their good
effects from the first few doses and
one box cured me."
Price. 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy -get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Pafford had. Foster-Milburn
Co.-Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 9.
(Continued from Third Pae)
The twenty little girls and boys
comprising the primary department
of the Christian Sunday school were
given a pretty party yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon by their teachers, Mrs. Jennie
Whitfield and Miss Nellie Beckham,
at the home of the former's daughter,
Mrs. C. E. Winston. Many games
were played and the youngsters had
the happiest time possible. Ice cream
and cake wore served.
-Mis. Muiy 'J. tes and Miss Frances
Rowley jO'tereiay closed their kind kindergarten
ergarten kindergarten for the summer. For two
years they have successfully conduct conducted
ed conducted their school, pleasing highly their
Miss Annie Davis is entertaining at
cards this afternoon in compliment to
Mrs. George Foote of Daytona, and on
Thursday afternoon Mrs. Cannons will
entertain at cards for Mrs. Foote.
As Miss Emma Cannons Mrs. Foote
was a popular visitor in Ocala last
Mrs. L. B. Mershon who, with her
husband, ha been visiting Ocala rel relatives,
atives, relatives, has gone to Mayo for a visit
of a week. Mrs. Mershon will. return
to Ocala next week and after a short
stay she and Mr. Mershon will leave
for Miami in their car.
Mrs. M. Fishel, who left this morn morning
ing morning for Johns Hopkins hospital, Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, was accompanied by her son,
Mr. Leon Fishel, wife and daughter.
Miss Margaret Taylor, a member
of the normal school faculty in Val Val-dosta,
dosta, Val-dosta, will come down to attend the
marriage next Tuesday of her broth brother,
er, brother, Mr. W. D. Taylor, to Miss Bessie
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Brigance will be sorry to learn
that they will leave tomorrow morn morning
ing morning for their new home at Micanopy.
They will be located on a fine farm,
well supplied with everything. Mr.
and Mrs. Brigance have been with us
a dozen years and have established
themselves as being part of Ocala's
best people. While wishing them
prosperity in their 'new home, their
friends part with them with regret.
Mrs. Tweedy has returned from a
visit to friends in DeLand.
Mr. and Mrs P. J. Theus and their
smart little boy are expected home
tomorrow from Daytona.
There was another enjoyable eve
ning at, the home of the Belleview
Civic League. last evening. The' ele elegant
gant elegant club house was crowded with
merry dancers to a late hour. Among
those from Ocala were Messrs. E. E.
Converse, Will Needham and Norman
Morrisen, lTrs. Mae Bingham, Misses
Ella Bogie and Dorothy Webber.
, SWEET. PEAS FOR SALE
Beautiful sweet peas for sale, by
the dozen or hundred; packed for
mailing if desired. M. J. Roess, phone
A BETTER DIGESTION'
AND LIVER FOR YOU
It's bad blood that makes your liver
sluggish and the same bad blood
caus s your stomach muscles to lose
their elasticity and become flabby and
weak and that means indigestion.
Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical dis discovery,
covery, discovery, purely vegetable and free from
alcohol or narcotics is the great' and
powerful blood purifier of today. It
is extracted from American forest
roots with pure triple refined glycer glycerine.
ine. glycerine. Take it as directed and it will search
out impure and poisonous matter
throughout the system and eliminate
it through the natural channels.
It will penetrate into the joints and
muscles, and dissolve the poisonous
accumulations. It will replace all the
bad blood it Urives out, with rich
pure blood full of vital force. It will
furnish you with the kind of blood
that increases energy and ambition.
4hat puts the entire body in such per
fect physical condition that brain or
muscles know no fatigue.
It will clear the skin; eczema, pim pimples,
ples, pimples, rash, blotches will dry up and
disappear; boils, carbuncles and other
evidences of -tainted bloo will' pass
away, never to 'appear again.
Get Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery
covery Discovery from -any 'medicine dealer to today,
day, today, in either liquid or tablet form
as you prefer.. It's the one greal
blood maker and purifier that all weak
or run down people ought to start to
use at once. If you want good blood
good health and clear skin, geta sup supply
ply supply to-day.
No Charge for This Book
If you will send three dfrnes, oi
stamps to pay for wrapping and mail mailing
ing mailing and enclose this notice, Doctor
Pierce, of the Invalids' Hotel, Buffa Buffalo,
lo, Buffalo, N. Y., will send you a revised copy
of his Common Sense Medical Adviser,
in cloth binding, 10.08 pages, with col color
or color plates. Just what you need ir
case of sickness or accident. Treats
of Physiology, Anatomy, Sex prob problems,
lems, problems, Marriage relations, Hygiene.
Exercise, Disease and its prevention.
Mrs. E. J. Foy, 1109 Oklawaha Ave.
Ocala, Fla., says: "I take pleasure
in recommending your medicine, es especially
pecially especially Dr. Pierce's- Golden Medica1
"I had a distressing cough and f
neighbor advised me to try a few bot bottles
tles bottles of 'Discovery' which I did and
was greatly benefited.
"The Favorite Prescription I can
recommend to all my friends for wo woman's
man's woman's Weakness.
"The Pleasant Pellets I keep on hand
as they are invaluable.
"I am 65 years of age and do the
most of my housework and feel I owe
a great deal of this to using Dr.
Pierce's medicines." Adv 15.
BAD TASTE AND
Is in evidence when you wear a soiled Palm Beach suit. We are pre prepared
pared prepared to clean them on snort notice at a reasonable price, there-;
fore there's no need for wearing them in a soi'ed condition. We
clean and press them entirely by hand, doing away with the hard
wear caused by machinery. Only soft water used. Call phone 21 and
let us show you how neatly we can clean your suit.
PERIAL STEAM LAUNDRY
ROOM AND BATH
RATESsS- 75e to $1.50 NO HIGHER
Dining Room with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the House
F.L.ECTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICE PHONES IN ALE ROOMS
LOUIS N. LONG, Prop.
The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND BATH
Kig F isher
We carry the best
Our prices are reasonable. WHY PAY MOPE ? f
lit ALA LUAN AWU FA WW UMUi
WANTED. LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Furnished rooms: with
modern' conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three blocks from court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf
FOR SALE At sacrifice," Ford auto automobile
mobile automobile in excellent condition. Ad Address
dress Address Ford, csre Star. 28-6t
FOR RENT Attractive, new seven seven-room
room seven-room eottage with all modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. 923 Oklawaha avenue.
Apply to Miss Alice Bullock. 4-27-tf
WANTED Prices on carload of good
beggar weed hay. The John Dozier
FOR RENT Well located andnlcely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also tor light
.Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
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 front
room with board at special sum summer,
mer, summer, rates,. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-lmo.
FOR SALE Large wmte chrysan
themum plants, 30 cents per dozen.
Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
street. 4-7 tf.
WANTED Work, by a young worn-
"an,, able to fill position as cook or
chambermaid. Applicant is deaf and
dumb, but is quick imd capable, and
lias had special traihthenn the state
school at St. Augustirt Anybody
. who need3 her services please notify
Dr. or Mrs. E. Van Hood, dh tf
LAKE COTTAGE FOR RENT A 5 5-room
room 5-room cottage, modern improve improvements,
ments, improvements, screened and furnished, to
rent for May and June. Apply to
H. S. Wesson. 24-12t.
FOR SALE 1913 model touring car;
first class condition; driven about
'4000 miles; original cost $900; will
take $375 for quick sale. Address,
R. M., care Star office. 4-39-3t
NOTICE TO COLORED PEOPLE
We have several articles that we
sell exclusively to colored people, and
wr want a good live agent in your
town to represent us. Every article
is a winner, quick seller and brings
repeat orders, and a hustler can make
several dollars a day. If you can fill
the bill write today to The Home Spe Specialty
cialty Specialty Company, Mutual Life Build Building,
ing, Building, Jacksonville, Florida. l-5t
FOR A DOLLAR
FOR A DOLLAR
Hed don's Dowaigic
Shakespeare's Level j
Winding Reels, Etc
of everything in the;
and Sporting Goods
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth JAdlelal Circuit of the State
of Florida, in and for Marlon
County, in Chancery.
John H. Taylor ana John H. Taylor,
Doing- Busmesa as Ocala Manufac Manufacturing:
turing: Manufacturing: Company, Complainant, vs.
Albert W. Crafts, t al.. Defend Defendants
ants Defendants uit to Quiet Title.
It appearing- from the affidavit and
the sworn bill of tlw 'complainant in
the above styled cause that he believes
that there -are persons interested In
tne proptriy mvouvea In such suit
other than the known defendants,
whose names are unknown to him,
and the said complainant therein pray praying
ing praying for relief a grain st such unknown
defendants, it is therefore ordered that
all parties claiming an interest In the
following described property, situate
in Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
E2 of ne,4: sv of ne; nw4 of
nwi; neH of sw4; nw4 of eeU.
section i2. township 7 smith, range
N of n2 and seH ot neV. section
23, township 17 south, range 24 east.
Xi of neli, of nwV and sw4 of
neU of nwii, section 24, township 17,
range 24 east.
Sw of nw4; neV of sw4 and
se4, section 25. township .17 'south,
range 24 east.
NeU of se?i of nw'l; seU of sw
and sw4 of seM. section 27, township
17 south, range 2 east.
Xw4 of swU, section 29, township
17 south, range 24 east.
aw, or sw,i, section 31, township
17 south, range 24 east.
of e-j of se'i of seU-, section
34, township 17 south, range 24 east.
XwVi of neVi; n1, ot.nwVi: seU
sw'i; and n'j of se. section 36.
township 17 south, range 24 east.
Are hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed against them
on or before the
3rd Day of May, A. D. 1915,
the same being a rule day; that this
order hall be published once each
week for twelve consecutive weeks in
the Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in the county of Marion,
state of Florida.
Witness the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of the said eoiyt and P.
II. Xuarent. clerk, and the seal thereof,
at Ocala. Marion county, Florida, this
the 6th day of February, A. D. 1915.
(Clerk's Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County
P.y M. E. Goddard, D. C.
L,. T. DUVAU
Solicitor for Complainant. 2 6-13t-at
( Made in Marion County,
Florida, U. S. A.)
22 c PER POUND, DELIVERED
Ocala Ice & Packing Go.
VEGEiABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
-" 'W '"WT t
Notice ds hereby given that on the
7th day of June, 1915, the undersigned
will apply to the Honorable Park
Trammell. governor of the state of
Florida, at his office In Tallahassee,
for a charter for an Incorporation, not
for profit to be known as. the Lake
Weir Citrus Growers Association, upon
the following articles of Incorporation.
WALTER H. LEE.
E. H. CAMP.
MA YN A Fi H PRAT.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF
THE LAKE WEIR CITRUS GROW GROWERS
ERS GROWERS ASSOCIATION
Know all men by these presents, that
we, the undersigned citrus growers of
the state of Florida, have this day as associated
sociated associated ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of forming a horticultural cor-
i vo ration, under the laws of the state
jof Florida, as a non-profit association.
upon the following articles or incor
tkn is the Lake Weir Citrus Growerl
Art 2. Tfiere shall be no capital
stock of said corporation, but the same
is organized as ahorticuiturai associa-
stion, not tor -profit, under the laws of
the state of Florida, and the purposes
for which It i3 organized are, to -pro
vide a means or agency through Itself
or other cooperative associations, loi
the picking, packing and marketing of
citrus fruits and other agrioultural
products of Its members, and to pro provide
vide provide an agency through ttself or others
for the purpose of dealing In all kinds
of merchandise, supplies or appliancee
that may be necessary, useful, or con convenient
venient convenient to its meimbers in the cultiva cultivation,
tion, cultivation, production and shipping and mar marketing
keting marketing of their products. anJ for such
purposes may buy, own, sell and
deal in all kinds- of Teal and per personal
sonal personal property, and shall lhave.
the power to -borrow money and mort mortgage
gage mortgage Its property to secure the pay payment
ment payment of same.
Art 3. .The principal place of busi business
ness business of said association Is to be In
Eastlake, In the county of .Marion,
st axe of Florida. The annual meetings
of the members of thds association
shall be held at said place on the first
Tuesday In May of each and every
year, at which place its directors shall
Art. 4. The term for which this cor corporation
poration corporation shall exist 4s fifty years from
the date of the issuance of Its letters
Art. 5. That any person who Is a
bona fide citrus fruit grower In the
state of Florida may become a. .member
of this association, upon being elected
to membership by the board of direct directors.
ors. directors. Art. 6. That the voting power and
the property interests of each and ev every
ery every member of this association shall be
Art. 7. The business and aifatrs of
this corporation shall be transacted by
a board of directors and a president
and vice -president; sarid president -and
vice-president shall .also be the presi president
dent president and vice-president of said board
of directors, and each of them shall at
the time of filling aid office be a mem member
ber member of this association and director
in the ame; and t-hls association Khali
also have a secretary and treasurer,
both of which offices may be filled "by
one and the same peron. The nutmber
of directors of this association sthall be
three: but the paid association, without
amendment of its chaTter. may at any
time, by a two-thirds vote of its direct directors,
ors, directors, increase Its directorate, and may,
at any time after so Increasing the
same, by a Similar vote of its board of
directors, decrease Its directorate as
said directors shall see fit; but at no
time shall the number of said directors
be increased to a -greater number than
nine," nor decreased to a less snurober
than three. '
That the names and residences of
the officers and directors of this asso association
ciation association who are to conduct the business
until their successors are elected and;
Walter R. Lee. pre-ildent. Eastlake. Fla.
E. H". Camp. Vice-Pre.. Oklawaha, Fla.
Maynard Fray. Sec-Trea. I
- Eastlake, Fla.:
TN WITNESS WHEREOF, eaoh of;
snid Incorporators and fmenTber of
this association has nereointo affixed
his thand and seal, on (this, the 28th day
of "April. 1915. : : .. 1
WALTER. R. LEE. -.!
E. H. CAMP. (Seal).
- MAYNARD PRAY, Seal).
STATE OF FLORIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
t UeiUi C HI IHC U lAXTi 5 N -....
ity, Tversonally appred Walter R. Ie,
says that -he subscribed- his name to
tire aoove proposed cnarver u.c
Lake Weir Citrus Growers Association,
ior xne 'use.s nci puTposos xumm
WALTER R. LEE.
E. H. CAMP.
, (MAYNARD PRAY.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
thi 28th day of April, 1915.
(Seal) Z. C. CHAMBLTSS.
My oomimslon expires June 12, 191
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of the. State
of Florida, la and for Marlon Coun
ty Ik Chancery.
John H. Taylor and John H. Taylor,
Doing Business as Ocala Manufac Manufacturing
turing Manufacturing Company, Complainant, vs.
Peter Bogardus, et -al.,- Defendants.
Suit to Quiet Titled
It appearing from the affidavit and
the sworn bill of the complainant In
the above styled cause that he Relieves
that there are persons Interested in the
property involved dn such suit other
than the known defendants, whose
names are unknown to him, and the
said complainant therein praying for
relief against such unknown defend defendants,
ants, defendants, It Is therefore ordered that all
parties claiming an interest 1n the fol following
lowing following described property, situate In
Marion county, Florida, to- wit:
N of neU of ne!4eec 22, tp 16 s,
r 23 e;
Com at nw comer of ne1 of nw4
of sec 23, tp 16 s. t 23 e. east 990 ft. s
24 ft, e If 5 ft, a 342 ft. w 1155 ft. n
Com 606 ft s of nw corner of ne4
of nw4 of sec 23 tp 16 s r 23 e, e 1005
ft. a 429 ft, w 1005 ft, n 429 ft to p o b;
Se of seU. ec 24 tp 16, s r 23 e;
E Vt of se4. sec 21, tp 16 s, r 24 e;
NeVi. sec 2. tp 17 s, r 24 e;
S of seM of sw4, sec 2, tp 17 s,
r 24 e;
Se of sei. sec 22, tp 16 s, r 24 e;
se 4 oi sw; s-w 4 or s
sett, sec 22, tp
io s, r 24 e;
Swtt of sett west of river, see 22.
tp 16 s, r 24 e;
SwH of nwtt. sec 26, t- 16 s, r 24 e;
Swtt. sec 26, tp 16 s, r 24 e;
Nett. sec 29. tp 16 s, r 24 e;
Com 8.82 chs s of ne corner of swM
of sett, of sec 31. tp 16 s. r 24 e. w 20
chs. 8 7.87 chs, e 20 chs, n 7.87 chs;
Sett of srwtt. sec 34. tp 16 s. r 24 e;
Swtt of nett of swtt. ec 34, tp 16 a,
r 24 e;
Nw'4 xf sett, sec 35. tp 16 s r 24 e;
Nwtt of swtt. sec 13. tp 17 s. r 24 e;
Com at ne corner of sett of nwtt of
sec 14. tp 17 s. r 24 e, s 120 rods, w 80
rods, s 10 rods, w 32 rods, 1.68 rods,
w 22.88 rods, n 51.68 rods, e 54.88 rods,
n 15 rods.- e 38 H rods, n 25 rods, e 1
rods, n 28 degrees, e 56.75 rods, e 13 3-8
rods to p o b;
Com at se corner of nett of swtt of
sec 14. tp 17 s, r 24 e. .w 40 chs, n 20
chs. e 6.28 chs. s 12.92 chs. e 6.72 chs,
n 42 links, e 8 chs. n 2.50 chs, e 20 chs,
s 10 chs to p o b;
Com 13 3-8 rods e of nw corner of
sett of nwtt of sec 14. tp 17 s, r 24 e.
southeasterly to center of sett of nwtt.
northeasterly to pt 13 3-8 rods w of
northeast corner of sett of rrwtt. w
53 1-8 rods to p o b;
Nett of nwtt. sec 14, tp 17 s r 24 e;
Nwtt of ne'4. sec 14, tp 17 s, r 24 e;
WH of swtt of swtt of nett. sec 14,
tp 17 s r 24 e;
Sett ot nett: el-i of swtt of nett, sec
14. tp 17 s, r 24 e;
Swtt of swtt. ec 14, tp 17 s. r 24 e;
V of nwtt, ec 14. tp 17 r 24 e;
Nett of nett. sec 14. tp. 17 s, r 24 e;
rw4 or nw. seczsr lp XT r 25 e;
Sett of nett. sec 29. tp 17 s, r 25 e;
are required to appear to the bill of
complaint filed against them on or be before
fore before the
7th Day of Jane, A. D. 1915
the same belns a rule day; that this
order shall be published once each Tveek
for twelve consecutive weeks in the
lock, judge i
13th day of i.
(Ct. Ct. Seaf
Clerk Circuit 4
I W. DUVAL,
Notice 3s 'hereby gtven
7th day of June, 1915, the a
will apply- to the Honorable
Trammell, governor of 4he ststt
Florida, at his office in Tallahassee -for
& charter or an Incorporation, rot
for profit, to be known as tiie Alin Alin-tosh
tosh Alin-tosh Citrus Growers Asrceia-Uon, a"xm
the following articles of Incorporation
S. H. GAITSKILX
W. M. GIST.
, W. R. BROWN.
articlks of incorporation of
the Mcintosh citrus grow growers
ers growers ASSOCIATION
Know All men by these presents, that
we, the undersigned citrus growers of
the etate of Florida, have this day as associated
sociated associated ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of forming a horticultural cor cor-Tvoratlon.
Tvoratlon. cor-Tvoratlon. xmder the laws of the state
of Florida, as a non-profit association,
upon the following articles of Incor Incorporation,
poration, Incorporation, to-wit;
Article 1. The name of this corpora corporation
tion corporation Is the Mcintosh Citrus Grojwerc
Art 2. There .shall "be no capital
ftock of said corporation, but the ame
is organized as a horticultural, associa association,
tion, association, not for profit, under the laws of
tne state of Florida, and the purposes
for which it is organized are, to pro provide
vide provide a means or agency through itself
or other cooperative associations, fox
the packing, ipacklng and marketing o
citrus fruits and other agriculuiraJ
products of its members, and to pro provide
vide provide an agency through Itself or others,
for the purpose of dealing. -in all kiixia
of merchandise, supplies or a jplia,ncea-"
that may be necessary, useful, t
venlent to Its members in the 'cultiva 'cultivation,
tion, 'cultivation, production and shipping anct .mar .marketing
keting .marketing of their products, and lo;-ue3i
pmrposes may buy, own-, sell; and
deal In all kinds of Teal andf per personal
sonal personal property, and shall k have
the power to borrow money and snort-
gage its property to secure thtf pay payment
ment payment of same. i
Art 3. The principal place of-business
of 'said association, is to be in
Mcintosh, in the county of ifarion.
state of Florida, The annual meetings
of the members of this association
shall be (held at said place on the first
Tuesday in May of each and every
year, at iwntcn place its oirectors shai4
Art. 4. The term for wOilch this cor corporation
poration corporation shall exist ds fifty years from
-the dte of 4he issuance of its letters
Art. 5. .That any person who la &
bona fide citrus fruit "grower in the
state of Florida may become a member
of this association, upon being elected elected-to
to elected-to membership by the board of direct
Art. 6. That the voting power and
the property interests of each and ev
ery -member of this association shall .be
Art. 7. The tru .sinews and "affairs of
this corporation snail be transacted toy
a. 'board of directors and a.- president
ana vice-president; sa-ia president and
vice -.president hall also be -the presi president
dent president and vice-president of eaid .board
of directors, and each of them snail -et
the time of filling said of fice .be a. mem
ber of this association and a director
in the same; and this association shall
also aiave a secretary and treasurer,
both of w-hich' offices may be filled by
one and the same person. The number
of directors of this association shall be
three; "but the .said association, without
amendment of its charter, may at any
time, by a two-thirds vote of its direct directors,
ors, directors, Increase Its directorate, and may,
at any time after so increasing the
same, by a similar vote of itsboard of
directors, decrease its directorate as
said directors snail see' fit; but at so
time shall, the number of said directors
be increased to a greater m umber than
nine.' nor, decreased to a less number
; That" the names and residence- of
tihe officers and directors of this asso association
ciation association who are to conduct the business
until their successors are elected .and -Qualified
Names Residences ""
S. H. Gaitstoill, president, Mcintosh, Fla.
W.- M. Gist, Vice-Pres., Mcintosh. Fla.
Y R. Brown, Sec -Treas., Mcintosh, Fla.
.IN "WITNESS WHEREOF, each, of
so.d incorporator 9 and members of
this association hereunto etSxed
ills hand and seal. c.i this, the 28th day
of April. 1915.
- S. 1L G- r.' I'JTJj, (Seal),
' -ntosh, Florida.
' -W. St G, ai).
XV. ,R. BRi
STATE OF FLORID.W-i'.i
Before me, the 4in-twrfJ
Ity. personally ftppeii.-4 ;
kill, W. AL' Gist and II. 1
bfing duly sworn, eacf'- ;
says that, he ubscribei.J
the above 'proposed chf--Mclntosh
Citrus Giwer5 ;
for the uses and purposes tn
- : S. II. GA'TTEIi ..x
W. M. GIST.
- W. R, BRO
Subscribed and eworn to
this 28th day of April, 1915.
(Seal) Z. C CHAMBLT-
My commission expires June 12,
THE CIRCUIT COCHT OF THIS
Ffftk Jadleial Clrealt mt Florlla,
Bfarlon Coasty Ia Xliaaeery.
To Peter Bogardua, Jacob C. Goeble, A.
J. Sutton, Addle R. Bowls. Ed. II
Dickers or Trustee, Mattie Grundy,
Bessie Allen, George B. FliMh.
James Mcintosh, "W. I Clark, Geo.
W. Andrews. Rhoda Newman, John
A. Graham. U. Pendarvls, W. A.
Willard, C. W. Willard, Edward
Elder, George C. Ingram. Edward
Root, Mattie E. Wright, Barton.
West Henry West. W. II. Roberts.
Jane E. West. Laura J. Holcormb,
Kate Henderson. John Fisk,
Charles I Harvey, Annie Simpson,
Nelson S. Rogers, George W,- Hog-
ers. XV. G. Albro. Emily 3.Z. A.llen.
Henry M. New man, Georgia XV.
Stieflf,' F. Q. Btuw f. Trustee. ; -It
appearing from an affidavit filed la
this court thl day in a suit commenc commenced
ed commenced by John II. Taylor and John H. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor doing business as Ocala Manufac Manufacturing
turing Manufacturing Company- against you and
others, that your respective places of
residence are unknown to complainant,
the affiant; that you and each of you
are over the age of twenty-one years:
and rhat there Is no person in the
state of Florida service of subpoena
upon whom would bind you or either
Now, therefore, you and each of you
are commanded to appear before this
honorable court on
Meed ay, May 17th, A. D. 1915,
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you in the said -court
by John H. Taylor and John IL Tay Taylor
lor Taylor doing business as Ocala Manufac Manufacturing
turing Manufacturing Company, and to iofurther and
receive "what the said court shali tiave
considered In that behalf, otherwise
the complainant will proceed ex parte.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order shall be published once a
week for eight consecutive weeks In
the Ocala Evening Star a newspaper
published in said county and state.
WITNESS the Honorable W. a- Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Judge of said court and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof, at
Ocala. Marion county, Florida, this the
I3tn aay 01 juarcn, A. D. 1915.
(Clerk's Seal) P. H. NTTORXTT.
Clerk Circuit Court Marlon County,
.rioriaa. tsy 1. iiOdaard, L. U.
L. W. DUVAL, 3-13-sat
Sol'cltor for Complainant.
Ir. Sunday P- n
else, n LMt
Vtth yen ea tJda entire cburft ef
ADYERTISIIIG CGUPAIIT. C"