The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
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Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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London, May 5. Nine trawlers
were sunk by German 'submarines
Monday, according to reports receiv received
ed received here today. Seven had their head headquarters
quarters headquarters at Hull, two at Grimsby. So
far as known no lives were lost. The
crews, of the trawlers took to tne
Desperate ghting Is in progress
on the,, Carpathian battlefield. In the
Stryj region one hill is said to have
changed hands three times in single
battle. : 1,200 Austrians were captur captured
ed captured by Russians. The Russian war of office
fice office admits that the Germans and
Austrians have succeeded in cross crossing
ing crossing the Duna'jec in western Galicia,
but says they were prevented from
making further advances.
t ''British officials admit a read just-
merit of -their lines in Flanders, with
:;tW' consequent abandonment of rsey-
marks the advantages won by-the
Germans. in their victory between
There are no late official reports
from the Dardanelles region.
Berlinr'May C The German official
statement today says the British con continue
tinue continue thefr retreat in Flanders with
heavy losses. The Germans also
VtUtllA V&.MV V i rf A 4VMV VWr
east of Pont-a-Mousson was repulsed
with heaw loss yesterday.
The statement claims the Russians
are retreating in the Carpathian re region.
London, May 5 The Russians have
had at least a partial revenge for
their defeaV in western "Galicia by
badly beatmg the Turks who had in
vaded Persia.
The Turkish defeat took place in
a three days battle near the frontier
and Petrograd reports that the Rus Russians
sians Russians inflicted heavy losses. If the
success has been followed up, military
observers declare that Persia should
be free of her uninvited guests.
Important Meeting of Methodist
Bishops in SL Louis
(Associated Press)
St. Louis, -May 5. -The board of
bishops of the Methodist Episcopal
church, South, met here today to plan
conference assignments for the ensu
ing, twelve months and take part in
the meeting of the board of church
extension. The latter meets toomr
row and will make appropriations of
about a million dollars for church
Supreme Court Issued Mandate in the
' Case Today
(Associated Press)
Washington May o. upon re
quest of counsel for Leo M. Frank,
the supreme court today issued its
mandate by which the decision of the
Georgia federal court, denying Frank
a writ of habeas corpus is affirmed.
Ordinarily the mandate would no
have been issued until May 19th.
was reported the action of Frank's
counsel was to facilitate his applica
tiori before the prison commission of
Georgia for commutation of the
death sentence imposed on him for
the murder of Mary Phagan.
There will bea music recital Thurs-
day evening, aiay o, at oiu oxiock. at


iJie 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,
ivill entertain. It is a treat that all
should be, sure to hear. Tb tickets
can be baJ"at thevCourt Pharmacy.
rain mm
A Star reporter accompanied "Man
ager- Hunter to the ball park yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon and found a "do?en or
more of our young: champions 4 busily
at practice.. i v ..
It was pleasant to note the big im
provement oC the" diamond. ,It is. the
apple of Mr'.' -Hunter's eye, and he is
always having some improvement
made. If he ; see s a bump, or a dip h.e
isn't happyilTHJie one. ik leveled or
the other filled.- If they' could .put it-1
on legs, the. diamond would, .make a
pretty good billiard table,., for. the
Titans. V
When the grandstand is completed,
Ocala will be the baseball equal of
any town in Florida, and the superior
of most of them.
The reporter was glad to see the
street force at work on South, Magno-
ia. Its already a middling good
street to walk on, but it is so full of
holes that one would have to use a
corkscrew for a penstaff in drawing a
map of the course an auto must fol follow
low follow to make the trip without break
ing its springs. Even with the utmost
care, people going that way receive
occasional bumps that nearly drive
the tons of their sninal columns thru
their hats. Between hospital patients
and baseball fans, South Magnolia
jieed3 a smooth roadway.
A game with Citra is scheduled for
tomorrow afternoon. The Star is in informed
formed informed that the bush leaguers have
been in constant training, running
down rabbits for speed and splitting
rails to give their throwing, muscles
the proper swingl They will be there
with the goods, and the game will de
serve big crowd. ; -FRENCHMAN'S
Savant Gives Iligh Praise to Soil of
the State
Washington, May --MFlorida has
the finest' soil of any state in this
country," said Dr. H. A. Damour, the
head of a Paris agricultural institu institution.
tion. institution. "I have just completed a study
of the Florida pine forests and the
different kinds of soil in that state.
There is no crop that cannot be grown
in Florida, and while fertilization and
cultivation of; course, will improve
any virgin soil. Florida land is less
in heed of Jt' than the soil of other
"The pine forests of Florida are
similar to some in France. There are
vast forests of pine trees in some
sections of France. The French peo
ple cultivate more closely and with
more care than do the Americans
Theer is a law in France prohibiting
the cutting of a pine tree until it Is
20 years old. As soon as it ceases to
produce it is cut and a new tree
plan ted. in its place. In this manner
reforestation ., is continuous. The
French methods of forestation are the
best in the world. I believe. Here in
America pine trees are killed in
few years when they could be saved
j for a great many years. The begin

ning of the pine forests of France
was artificial. The towns were sit situated
uated situated on sandy soil back of the rivers
and the wind carried the sand into the
towns. Trees were planted between
the water and the towns to shelter
them, and from this grew the great
pine forests of France that have
yielded so abundantly."

London May 5. Dr. Bernhard
Dernburg's letter read at a mass
meeting in .Portland, Me., on April
17, in which the former German col colonial
onial colonial secretary said that Germany
would evacuate the occupied portions
of France and Belgium only on con condition
dition condition that the seas be freed and that
Germany be given freedom to expand
beyond her frontiers in Europe, has
caused considerable discussion in the
German newspapers, says a dispatch
from Amsterdam to Reuter'a Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph Company.
The Post of Berlin says the letter!
supplies a "full and final proof of Dr.
Dernburg's incapacity as a states statesman,"
man," statesman," and characterizes his remarks
as a "fine piece of political foolery."
Count Ernst Reventlow, writing in
the- Deutsche Taeeszertung, said:
"It is impossible that Dr. Dern Dern-burg,
burg, Dern-burg, without direct instructions from
the imperial chancellor, should pub publicly
licly publicly announce "in theUnited States
the German war aims. He should,
without delay, furnish a correction,
and we cannot doubt that the German
government promptly .will take all
steps to obtain &n explanation. ;
The.iyorwarts considers -tha Dr.
DernbuTr'-aid nothing; i which wa3
nbt justified by the imperial chancel-
or's speech at the beginning of the
war," when Dr. von Bethmann-Holweg
said that Germany wished to wage
only a defensive war.
The Dortmund Orbeiter Zeitung
ha- been. placed under a preventive
censorship for attacking those who
favor the annexation of Belgium.
0 ( Special to the Star) Jf ;
Tallahassee, May 5. Bill No. 107
was indefinitely postponed yesterday.
Motion to reconsider today laid on
the table. W. J. Crosby.
This bill is the one introduced by
Mr. Williams of Parco to rotate pub
lic printing among the county papers.
The annual session' of the Florida
title men adjourned at Gainesville
last evening, after a great banquet
at the White House. At the banquet
Col. Robert Davis acted as toastmas
ter and was never in finer form, the
colonel improving with age. Added
to his eloquence was a talk from Con
gressman Frank Clark. '
There were about 50 title people
present at the convention, and in
their exchange of ideas, methods and
record systems, the gathering result
ed in much good to the craft.
The next session will be held in
Mr. R. S. Rogers, of the Florida
Title & Abstract Corporation, took
part of his force up yesterday, re returning
turning returning on the midnight train. There
were in the party Mr. Rogers, Mr.
and Mrs. Don Peabody, Miss Ivo La
rue, Mr. Frank Sanders and Mr. W.
M. Wilson.
Mr. Wilbur Cleveland, who is in
charge of that department of the
hotel, opened the Harrington Hal
dining room last evening for supper.
The dining room has been closed for
some time. The dining room will be
operated a la carte.
The commission men, who always
liven things up, are on the way, and
the vanguard is here. H. T. Palmer
and E. M. Thomas of New York and
Herman Warner of Boston, and prob
ably several others, are at the Har
Beautiful sweet peas for sale, by
ine aozen or: hundred; packed for
mailing if desired. M. J. Roess, phone
zo. 4-27-tf

(Associated Press)
Tallahassee, May 6. Governor
Trammell today signed the bill pass passed
ed passed by the legislator making it' ille illegal
gal illegal after October Lrt, 1915, to sell
liquor in the state of Florida in less
than half pint quantities and provid
ing it shall be sold in sealed pack
ages only. The measure also removes
all screens and protecting doors from
saloons and has provisions designed
to prevent the serving of drinks in
hotels, restaurants and clubs.
A Star reporter visited the Ocala
Knitting Mill yesterday and was sur surprised
prised surprised to see how near ready that
institution is to commence work on
full time. .Manager Booth 'has been
installing the machines and testing
them out thoroughly and has seen
that each one will perform its work
perfectly. There are only two or
three small machine! yet to be in-
stalled, when the lactory win De
ready to turn out its fuU capacity of
60 dozen finished garments, folded.
nressed and ready to jBend out to the
the trade.' -'.L'
ilr. Booth has, been making for sev
eral days little souvenirs for the col colored
ored colored Odd" Fellows whoi are visiting in
the city. The souvenirs consist of a
piece of the knitted goods, hemmed,
faced, seamed with p button holes
worked in, lace edging of two kinds,
etc that a specimen of everything
the machines will do 1 cxn be- -zhvnn.
Attached to each is one of the shirt
band labels of the factory: -Metropol
itan Mills, Made, in Ocala,. FUu, U. S.
A with the size and an.: American
eagle" in the center, .: s
' ,The .factory now Iras -the- following
.machinery j installed-- and running
Four big, knitting machines, each one
knitting thehfull circular body ofah
undershirt, but- can. be adjusted to
knit either shirts, drawers or union
suits, and the arms and legs for
either. The goods, after- being knit
in "endless circular bolts, is then cut
to the proper length by the- cutters
and fitters and the different machines
take it from that and carry on the
process to the finished garment.
First, however, if fleeced or knap
ped garments are desired, the long
bolts of knitted fabric are run through
the fleecing or knapping machine and
that finish put on.
One skilled operator can not only
superintend and keep the four big
knitting machines going-to capacity,
but he can. superintend- the other
work of the factory, as the knitting
machines are automatic and require
only a watchful eye and an. occasional
adjustment, renewal of the huge
spools of thread, etc
From the knitting machines the
goods go to the fleecing", machine,
then to the cutters and -then to the
seaming machine, where; the seam.
if there are to be any, -are sewed.
From that it progresses to the but
tonhole facing machine, -then to the
machine which sews on tha buttons.
Then there is another, called the
"shelling front," which performs an
other part, and the lacing, machine
comes in "for the women's" garments
and nuts on the fancy work in the
necks. The buttonhole cutting ma
chine then handles them, and there is
still another of the machines before
the button and buttonhole work is
done, called the button sew facing
Each of these smaller machines is
a wonder and to see it perform its
work is very interesting, while the
operation of the big knitting ma
chines, with their thousands of
needles and shuttles and bobbins, or
whatever they are, flying and work
ing in and out and up and down is
exceedingly fascinating.
The entire plant Is operated by a
big electric motor with the latest an-
nlisnces, connected to shafts from
which belts and pulleys connect all of
the machinery.
When in full operation the factory
will employ about 25 people, will use
a large amount of raw material and
pay out considerable sums of money
for labor.
So. far, George Giles and the Metro
politan Realty &- Investment Com
pany have put up -all of the money
for the Ocala knitting factory and

their machinery represents an invest

ment of $5,000.
The factory is tr be incorporated
And the people of Juion county and
Ocala will be asked to lend their
financial and moral support to the
enterprise. ...
This is the first knitting factory to
be established in the state and Ocala
should feel a just pride in it and give
it hearty support. The machinery is
the very best that can be had and of
the most modern and labor-saving
type. The finished product will be
absolutely first class in material material-style
style material-style and workmanship and when
packed and ready for the trade any
merchant will be glad to handle it
As to the prices, they will be right.
George Giles wishes us to announce
that the public is cordially invited to
come to the factory, between, the
Chero-Cola bottling works and the
Ocala Steam Laundry, on Main street,
any time tomorrow, Thursday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, when the machinery will be
kept in operation and Mr. Booth, the
superintendent, will be making up
samples and will be glad to show the
public how the machinery is operated
and the different parts of. the work
An invitation has been ent to the
schools'cf the city, especially the pri
mary schools, to have the children
come and see how cotton good V are
Vnltted. and Miss Stevens. and Miss
Menderhall will have an opnortun'ty
to give the children a practical les
son in the knitting and making of
"arments by machinery that few of
thein have ever had before. Remem
ber, every one is cordially invited to
morrow afternoon.
Council Couldn't Finish All Its Busi
ness Last Night and Will bein'
Session A gain this Erening
City council met last night in regy
ular session, President ilcffert in the
chair, and. six other members pres-
Chairman Cam of the Board of
County Commissioners appeared, be
fore' the council with a proposition"

made by a road material concern at fr street worK was referred to the
Montbrook. This concern offers a street committee with power .tq act.
sufficient quantity-of its rock for Uy- ; The sfreet o
ing. a quarter mile of road. freeV' proved "toolf- W. Expo's ii'jon streeV-and
vided4 the,. city,-. pay-freight onJ same, Oklawaha ay enaer Asphalt was,orderr

Fto'rmakeVdembnstrationifiU pro
ductf 3Ir. Cam said -he -thought that
property owners on a section, that .he
had in mind would be willing to con
tribute the necessary funds for pay paying
ing paying the freight for the demonstration.
Referred to the stret committee with
power to act .
A" letter from Representative Cros-
by acknowledging receipt of instruc-1
tions. etc regarding the bills for
validation of electric light bonds, was
read and ordered filed.
A letter from Secretary Whitfield,
f'Hrnr' fhttt fnnr nnm for tha citv.
bond trustees had been submitted to
the governor and approved. It seems
that this board is to consist of three
members, but a'short time ago it was
thought that each fund had tq have a
separate board of bond trustees, and
in this way the matter became con
fused. The matter has been referred
to the finance committee to straight straighten
en straighten out.
Matter of reduction of license for
the feed and sale stables of H. J.
Nichols was referred to the finance
A petUion of Messrs. R. F. Rogers,
D. E. Mclver and others asking that
a light be placed at the intersection
of East Adams and. Osceola streets,
was referred to the street committee
with power to act..
Some time ago a communication
was received, irom nenry Kavsor
fating that the sidewalk work abut
ting h's property was not satisfac
tory. At last night's meetine a com-
r.r.;.Hrm wt rrf frnm h'rn. utat-
np- that same was now satisfactory.
On motion, the balance due the
American Audit Comnanv for audit auditing
ing auditing the city's accounts, $181.68, was
ordered paid.
A communication from Mvor
Robertson was read. It advised the
combining of the electric light and
water plants, the el;mination of one
superintendent, one assistant and a
bookkeeper. This, with the reduc reduction
tion reduction of fuel cost, the mayor claims,
would mean the saving to "the city of
proximately $5670. Filed for in information.
formation. information.
The mayor elo filed & communica communication
tion communication recommending the re-election of
Sunt. J. C. Caldwell of the electric
nlant. Filed until matter of election
of officers Is taken up.
All bills and current accounts
properly audited were ordered paid.
A communication from Mrs. R. W.
Anderson asked that the city defer
the erection of sidewalks on -East
Adams street adjoining her prop properties.
erties. properties. 'The cleric waa instructed to



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notify Mrs. Anderson that the city
had entered "into contracts for this
work and that same could not at this
time be suspended.
The clerk's, monthly report of re receipts
ceipts receipts and disbursements was read
and accepted.
City clerk was instructed to credif
the marshal's account with amount amount-uncollected
uncollected amount-uncollected on 'personal taxes.
"The tax collector was instructed tc
purchase a book for the purpose of
listing all tabc certificates." When the?
are listed the certificates for persona?
taxes are to be turned over to the
marshal for collection, while those on
real estate are to be turned over tc
the city attorney' for collection.
Clerk was instructed to purchase
new docket book for the recorder
. A communication from E. T. Ilel
venston asked that he be allowed tc
pay taxes on property en East Fort
King avenue at a valuation of $1850
Upon favorable- report of finance
committee, thiswas granted.
. .The finance committee reported
I favorably uxxm a croroslticn from
the Marion Abstract Co. to furnish
abstracts on certain properties In-
volved in suits of the city at S3 each.
Report accepted.
The fire committee's report of re-
pairs made on the central fire station
. as accepted ; ;W
The' flatter cf purcEasing" culverts
l placed on East roadway.-.: from
Osceola- street' east; and if any ma
terial is left after laying, this street
It Is'to be used on East Adams street.
The street committee "was instruct instructed
ed instructed some time ago to suspend work
on sidewalk construction as much as
possible for the time' being. The com
mittee reported that the best it has
heen able to do in this direction was
that the contractor agreed to reduce
j the working force 50 per cent and ac-
jcept 75 per cent ol bill as present
f payment on same, balance to be paid
On motion it was ordered that the
bond trustees at once begin adver advertising
tising advertising the sale of water works and
sewerage bonds.
At a former meeting the president
of the council was authorized to send
a representative to Tallahassee to
look after the city's- interests in the
matter' of validating certain cer certificates,
tificates, certificates, amendments to the charter
and other bills in which the city is In Interested.
terested. Interested. The president reported that
Mr. L. W. Duval was attending to
these matters. -'
The clerk was ordered to draw war warrants
rants warrants for court costs In suits on pav paving
ing paving certificates.
" Woodmar Sand & Stone Co. waa
ordered paid $1000 on paving con contracts.
tracts. contracts. The clerk was instructed to Issue
paving certificates aeainst proneHies
;0 Tuscawilla,' South Third and East
l S streew m cases waere
j "counts have not been satisfactorily
The collector was ordered reim reimbursed
bursed reimbursed for bond coupons presented to
the amount of $103.
Council then adjourned to 8 p. m.
Wednesday (tonight) at which time
the election of city officers and other
matters will be taken up and disposed
of. Present indications are that there
will be no contests on for any of the
offices except in the police depart department,
ment, department, In which -there are about twice
as many applications as there are
positions. .
The W. C T. U. will give an ice
cream supper at the Kendrick school
house Friday evening.
Miss Julia Webb.
Press Reporter.
We now .have on .hand a fail line Cl
itock teed-ciTik,. oat ran, "- shorts",
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Sd Store.


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Tokio, May 5. Japan's attention is
fixed on the Chinese situation, wLicli
is believed, to-be filled with 'historic
possibilities, ft i3 reported that lie
foreign office" has telegraphed to all
Japanese consuls in China, ir.strurt ir.strurt-'ng
'ng ir.strurt-'ng them to prepare f or possible de departure.
parture. departure. A decision cf the cabinet ;o
1 J"
tatesraen is 'expected soon.
jres3 claims tho Units -cf tha pre;:
d ultimatum is forty-eiht hours.
Peking, May 5. The capital i
uiet in ths face of the critic&Ldtua
tion. The government has taken pTr
L cautions to prevent anti-Jap s.r.;?
demonstrations. Feeling .Is ; intense
among the educated classes, who
know the progress of th nec lo lotions
tions lotions -with Japan.. TLa ..cabinet's
opinion is divided. The decision cf
China's course rests with President
"uan Shi KaL
A Japanese cruiser and .fcur tcr tcr-pedo
pedo tcr-pedo boat destroyers Lave arrirei &t
Chin WangTeo, cn the Gulf cf LLxn-..
Tung, about 150 miles east of Pe.lil.nsr,
evidently fcr the purpose cf reniov-ir.-.frcm
Chins members 'cf ths 2sp
tatives in ail parts cf the country
announce the departure"' of. Jsr r. : : j
or -their concentration at. Jz?
consulates."' "It Vas tha rub. t! 7"
opinion at Peking today that Jar- i
might ake action in. regard to ; tut
nonHaccjeptinc :bf .her! demands. by ;
China; without'-: waiting upon the is issuance
suance issuance of an ultimatum.
German Sabs Easy'. Destroying Lire
lihood of British Fi:
(Associated Press)
, HulL England, May 5. Three more'.
British trawlers have been add 3 -J t?
the list of those sunk by German rub rub-marines
marines rub-marines Monday in the Ncrth Zzz.
The crews of the Iolathe, Hero an I
Northward hava been landed here
and report the sinking cf 'their beats.
No lives were lost.- It is fear cJ th-t
other trawlers also are lost.
The Adamsville annual picnic win
be held Thursday, May 13th, 1215.
Everybody invited to come and fcrin.
well rilled baskets. Ice crarj tr.i
lemonade will be sold for the beneit
of the cemetery. There will be gane
of ball .as rfisuaL -.
11. O. IIHL
V. B. Swioord.
G. W. Caruthers.
From the Experience cf Ocala PecIa
We are fortunate indeed to be abla
to profit by the experience cf cur
neighbors. The public utterances cf
ject will interest and benefit many
of our readers. Uc&d the statement.
No better proof can be had.
Mrs. S. E. Fraser, 104 Fifth CL,
Ocala, says: "1 have used Doss's
KIdaey Pills an3 they have al ways
given the best or satisfaction. When
my kidneys got out or orier, I was
so dizzj that I couldn't straighten.
At times I couldn't get about, owltl
to rheumatic pain across the saall
cf my backl had other kidney trouble 3
as welL I used Doan's Kidney Til's
and they brought me immediate re relief."
lief." relief." Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
limply asx for a kUnejr recedj
Doan's Kidney Pills tee uzna that
ilrs."Fraser had. Foster-ililbura
Co Props, Buffalo, N. Y- Adv. ID
Sweet peas, I'J cents per 1CD; cs-
Iected"5;. ..cents per
1000." :" Joan" ILejntx.
, of $4 pir
If ycu vart to rent a Loses, zzl a
bargain, see S. IL Chrixti&n. 14-ln

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R. R. Carroll, General 3Ianager Port V. Learengood, Boslnesa Manager
J. II- Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocra, Fla., postofflce aa second class matter.



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lx mo ath 3, in advance 2.50
Tare months, in advance. . 1.25
On month, in advance..... .50

(Foreign) 9
One year- In advance $8.00
Six months. In advance 4.25
Three months, In advance. 2.25
One month, in advance 80

Franklin comity, of which Apala Apala-chicola
chicola Apala-chicola is the capital, has gone dry.
It is proper for everybody to pray
for rain; and it is not improper to
insert into the prayer a proviso peti petition
tion petition that the needed shower shall
come at some hoar that will not in interfere
terfere interfere with the bail game.
Japan is trying to impose its "Knl "Knl-tar
tar "Knl-tar on the rest of Asia as Germany
'tried to impose the same home-made
article on the rest of Europe. At the
present writing, it looks like Japan
will beat Germany to it.
Most of the saloons in Florida
needn't worry about the Davis law
if the license proposed by Represen Representative
tative Representative McDonald of Dade is imposed.
Mr. McDonald wants each saloon tax taxed
ed taxed $ 2000 a year for each white and
$2000 for each negro bar. This
amount of license would shut up at
least nine-tenths of the saloons in the

One of the Star's valued subscrib

ers, in making remittance today.

wiitcsr "The Star looked fine yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. I guess you can keep it up and
make it still better if we who ben ben-jfitl
jfitl ben-jfitl by the improvements 'come
across with what we owe you; so
here's mine. We trust that the col collection
lection collection of ,such mementos in the
Star's records will reach into the
hundreds in a short time. Who's

Tomorrow is Bird Day; buy the
boy a rifle and teach him to take the
life of little song birds. Miami Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis.
The first half of the foregoing ad advice
vice advice is good; the last half bad. Buy
the boy a rifle and teach him how to
use it; the day may come when he
will need to shoot in defense of his
country, or his own rights. Teach
him that it is wrong to kill any liv living
ing living thing for sport, and if he takes
the lesson to heart much cruelty may
be averted.

We talk about the yellow peril, but
does the white man ever stop to
think that perhaps the Jap and the
Chinaman are apprehensive of the
white peril? They have reason to
be. Our dealing with them has ever
been a policy of aggression. Japan
owes America no gratitude. The visit
of Commodore Perry that we brag
about so much was nothing less than
invasion. We have forced our peo people,
ple, people, our trade and our religion upon
them, and we would a long time ago
fought any nation who treated us as
we have treated Japan.
Mr. Gilbert D. Leach, for several
years connected with the Tampa Tri Tribune,
bune, Tribune, has bought a controlling in interest
terest interest in the Leesburg Commercial,
and will improve that already excel excellent
lent excellent paper. Mr. Leach is well and
favorably known to our people, hav having
ing having been in charge of the big Marion
county edition of the Tribune a year
ago. He is an enterprising and up-to-date
newspaper man, and the Star
is glad to have him for a near neigh neighbor.
bor. neighbor.

great majority of them have not read
it yet. Beveridge has interviewed
people of all classes in Germany,
from statesmen and princes to the
most humble working-men. He says
that our idea that a military caste
exists in Germany is wrong, that the
German army is composed of the Ger German
man German people; that the Seers, like
American officers, are not allowed
any share in politics; that German
MkulturM realty means altruism, and
is a real national practice; that Ger Germany
many Germany has plenty of men, is well sup supplied
plied supplied with everything needful, and the
people are united and resolved to
fight to the death rather than have
their empire broken up. Beveridge
may be mistaken in some things, but
a large proportion of what he says is
probably true and harmonizes with
what Americans know of the German
people who have lived in this coun country.
try. country. His letters go to prove that in
spite of our advance in civilization
and the intermingling of people
brought about by commerce, travel
and interchange of literature, the na nations
tions nations greatly misunderstand each
other. Probably if. they all under understood
stood understood each other, there would be no
wars, and there is one coraolation in
this great conflict, that when it is
over the people will know each other
better than they ever have before.


When recruits were called for the
football heroes who did not enlist
were treated with contempt but they
were paragons of perfection to the
working men of Great Britain who
are engaged in the industry of ship
building and the manufacture of war
munitions.- They are accused of re refusing
fusing refusing to work on the week days in
order that they may get the higher
wages that are offered for Sunday
work. This taking advantage of the
necessities of their country in time of
war is little better than treason if the
facts are as charged. Times-Union.
These poor men of Great Britain
are only following the example of
richer men who have fattened on the
necessities of their countries ever
since war and trade began to walk
hand in hand. They are of the
saise breed, though not quite so bad,
as1 the men who sold embalmed beef
to American soldiers in 1893.
It will be a good thing for Amer Americans
icans Americans to acquaint themselves as fully
as possible with the letters of ex ex-Senator
Senator ex-Senator Beveridge to Collier's, re regarding
garding regarding the European situation. That

Beveridge is a man of high intelli

gence and liberal views is well known
to his own countrymen, and he seems
to have been given many opportun opportunities
ities opportunities of arriving afc the truth. In his
last letter, he confutes the opinion so
general in America that Bernhardi's
much quoted book is partly responsi responsible
ble responsible for the war. It was the general
impression in America that Bern Bern-hardi'3
hardi'3 Bern-hardi'3 book was the German bible,
but Beveridge has been reliably in informed
formed informed that only 6000 copies of it
"ere printed, that few Germans ever

beard of it before the war, and the!

The following good and useful bill
was introduced into the legislature at
the beginning of the session:
A bill to be entitled an act prohibit prohibiting
ing prohibiting the shipment of grapefruit or or oranges
anges oranges out of the state off Florida
from August 1st to November 20th, in
each year.
Section 1. That is shall be unlaw unlawful
ful unlawful for any person or persons, firm or
corporation in the state of Florida to
ship oranges or grapefruit out of the
state of Florida between the first day
of August and the 20th day of No November
vember November of each .and every year; pro provided,
vided, provided, that nothing in this act shall
prohibit the shipping of mature or oranges
anges oranges or grapefruit held in cold stor storage.
age. storage. ; ..j.'
Sec. 2. Any person, firm or cor corporation
poration corporation violating the provisions of
this act shall upon conviction be fined
not exceeding one thousand dollars,
or be imprisoned in the state prison
not exceeding one year.
Sec 3. This act shall take effect
July 31, 1915.
The committee to which it was re referred
ferred referred has re-written the first section
as follows, which makes the bill worse
than no bill at all:
Section 1. That it shall be unlaw unlawful
ful unlawful for any person or persons, firm or

corporation in the state of Florida to
ship oranges or grapefruit out of the
state of Florida between the first day
of August and the tenth day of No November
vember November of each and every year; pro provided,
vided, provided, that nothing in this act shall
prohibit the "shipping of mature or oranges
anges oranges or grapefruit held in cold stor storage;
age; storage; provided further, that all or oranges
anges oranges and grapefruit shipped from
this state at any time shall be at least
one-half colored.


Runaway June
(Continued from Last Week)
Tfes Tcrcenters.


To the Marion County Board of

I wish to call vour attention to the

deplorable condition "of an important

industry velvet bean seed. The con-l

. i

dmon of the seed that have been put

on the market for several seasons

will be the ruin of this industry.

which is of considerable importance

especially to the -small farmer.
There is no legume that equals the
long season velvet bean, and if we
can keep un a eood standard of Ter

mination to our 'soil, we in Florida

have practically a monopoly of this
business, but if the present quality of
seed is the best we can put on the
market, -then It is not hard to see the
end of this profitable industry. If
yon dont understand what I have ref reference
erence reference to, interview some of the
Ocala seed dealers, who are engaged
in handling this seed. If through your
influence you can bring about a rem remedy,
edy, remedy, then this alone will Justify your
existence as an organiaztion.
Respectfully yours,
MarteL May 3. Arch Cu thill.

Parents who expect to send their

boys to Camp MUCOSO for the sum summer
mer summer are requested to sign up at once,
as the directors will visit other parts
of the state next week, and as the
camp is limited to 20 boys, the number
will no doubt be reached before many
days. We are anxious to secure as
many boys from Ocala as possible.
Write at once for application blank
and booklet or see, ...
5-3-t Roy 'B. Bowers.
. Buy your druirs from Geric'a. Qual

ity the best always. 4-27-tf

HE Widow O'Keefe stooped
quickly and snatched some something
thing something from the floor while five
strangers peered Into every ab

surd nook and-corner of the two rooms
and bath which comprised the Widow
O'Keefe top floor suit. The object
was a small snapshot of June.
The deserted husband of pretty June
Warner was at the hall door with his
hand reached out for the knob, and In
another Instant Ned Warner and June
wcild have been face to face! In that
Instant the Widow O'Keefe whipped
the snapshot under her apron, and the
very swiftness of the motion struck
Into the corner of Ned Warner's rest restless
less restless eyes. He turned, and he and the
father of June glanced at each other.
There was something suspicious In the
bent and warped and withered Widow
O'Keefe and her tall slip of a son. Ned
came abruptly from the door and re renewed
newed renewed his search. At that very mo moment
ment moment June, Just outside, had paused
on the third step from the bottom to
retle the bow upon her saucy little slip slipper
per slipper and to give it a vigorous pat to
make it behave and stay in place.
Slim young Sammy O'Keefe walked
to the window, whistling, and glanced
cut with an air of great Indifference.
On the other side of the street stood
Officer Toole, and his eyes roved anx anxiously,
iously, anxiously, from window to window of the
narrow, dingy slice of a house which
was the Widow O'Keefe'a At sight of
Bam my Oficer Toole pointed energet energetically
ically energetically toward the door. He waved both
arms and pointed toward the doorway.
Sammy then slipped quietly out of
the room.-
June! The listless Sammy used tht
next quickest method to wireless.
With one noiseless spring he straddled
the banister rail, whizzed around the
curve and down to June, who waa
halfway up the stairs. Jumped off with
a footstep as light as a feather, grab grabbed
bed grabbed the astounded girl by the wrist
and dragged her down the steps at the
risk of both their necks. Sammy shov shoved
ed shoved June into the second floor ball
closet. Sammy locked the door and
stuck the key in his pocket and set
the springs in' his thin legs to work
and was sitting lazily on the top step,
bored and whistling softly, when Ned
Warner and Mr. and Mrs. John Moore
and Bobby and Iris Blethering came
out, Bobby extremely dejected and Irix
explaining volubly that it was all a

mistake. Jane couldn't possibly hav
been here. But she must have been,
after all, because Still, how could
it be?
June in the dark closet, shut off from
all light and sound, stood bewildered,
her eyes distended In the darkness,
while Ned stood not two feet awaj
from her. He had paused before that
very door, as if some delicate mag
netism had caught and held him there
No trace of her anywhere; no trace of
Marie, the French-Canadian maid with
the high cheek bones; no trace of the
nysterious black Vandyked man, whom
none of them had cared to mention tc
the Widow O'Keefe, Gilbert Blye! Ned
clinched his fists, and his brow grew
black as his mind filled with the Image
of that dark, handsome face with It
glowing eyes and suave smile. That
Image had never been absent from
Ned's mind since the disappearance oi
his beautiful bride. A thousand timet
that succession of Incidents had flash flashed
ed flashed upoa his memory with vivid clear clearnessJune
nessJune clearnessJune asleep in the Pullman draw drawing
ing drawing room on their honeymoon trip,
while he, up forward, happily smoked:
the finding her gone after the train
had left TarnvUle; the discovery that
she had been helped by the black
Tandyked man to board a local head headed
ed headed to New York; Ned's chase aftei
them in an express train, and his train
pulling alongside them in the approach
to the Grand Central station; the sight
through the windows of the parallel
cars, of that suave stranger bending
over June with his infernal smile, and
her smiling up at him; Blye following
June's taxi in another from the sta station,
tion, station, and Ned's fruitless pursuit In a
third taxi; the chase out to Brynport
that same night, when June had stolen
tier, clothes and Marie; the returc
chase, where Ned had seen June and
Marie step into Blye's luxurious limou limousine
sine limousine and whirl away with him! Ev Everywhere
erywhere Everywhere that Ned had found, a trace
of June he had found a trace of Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert Blye, and he wished to live for
one thing to meet Blye face to fact
and with his bare hands strangle that
scoundrel to death!
Ned became aware of the Widow
O'Keefe eying him from midway of
the stairs. She was a frail looking
old woman, with her gnarled bands
clasped before her, but her beady little
eyes were as sharp as the unexpected
Area from dull Jewels, and then was

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not one move of NeTs party wnich es escape
cape escape 1 her. Sammy, still whistling with
overnoacha lance, was so persistently
not gazing at the closet door that It
was a wonder no one asked for the
"We're wasting our time," finally
said Iris Blethering. "We're prob probably
ably probably letting them set away.- And
June's friend took her husband with
her. The rest of the 'party followed.
Meanwhile Marie, disguised In the
suffocatingly tifrht black mourning out outfit
fit outfit of the Widow O'Keefe. was man;
blocks out of the danger zone, smoth smothering
ering smothering In a telephone booth and calling
up the place where June had gone to
work. Mrs. Villard was not In her
beautiful home up the Hudson, nor
was Miss June there. They had gone
Into the city, but the maid gave Marie
a telephone number. Mr. Villard an answered
swered answered that call from a gorgeously fur furnished
nished furnished room where half a dozen stun stunningly
ningly stunningly gowned young women sat smok smoking,
ing, smoking, and her kindly face suowod Im Immediate
mediate Immediate con -em when she learned that
June must not come home to the Wid Widow
ow Widow O'Keefes.
Wby?" she naturally wanted to
"Well, you're a friend of hers, aren't
you? hesitated Marie.
"Of course." smiled Mrs. Villard, and
before her rose the fresh young face
of pretty June.
"Well, then I'll tell you." Marie
threw her thick black veil over her
shoulder for the twentieth time, and
a drop of perspiration trickled down
her nose. "I'm her maid Marie, and
she mustn't come home.
"But she's already started." worried
Mrs. Villard. -She's probably there
by this time. Why mustn't she come
"Has she? And the voice of Marie
cracked. "Oh! fioodby! How am I
to get her away from there?"
"Wait a miuute!" This seemed to ba
no time for asking questions. -I'll
come down In my carl"
"Oh. yen. dor jnisped Marie, nearly
pulling the transmitter otT the wail
"Goodby! I have to hurry r
"Walt a minute! Walt. Marie! Where
am I to cornel
Oh, yes!" And Marie gulped. "It
the Widow O'Keefe's, at the corner of
Deshley street and Duck alley, right

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A Severe Looking Man Came Out to
Uset Them.
across from Tim Courkys saloon. Any
policeman can tell you the place. Hur Hurry
ry Hurry I"" And Marie, starting another
seam in the Widow O'Keefe's mourn mourning
ing mourning dress, plunged out of the telephone
booth, battling for air.
Mrs. Villard stood at the phone a
moment, with a musing smile growing
upon her lips; then she gare the num number,
ber, number, of a magnificent club. The man
whom a brass buttoned page brought
through the marble corridors from the
leather bung library to answer the call
wore a suave smile and a black Van Vandyke.
dyke. Vandyke. This is Mrs. Villard, Gilbert, came
the low, sweet rolce. "i have some something
thing something very important to tell you.
-Ohf Gilbert Blye stroked his black
Vandyke with his long. lean, white
fingers. "111 Join you Immediately
wherever you say.
Shall I stop at your club?"
"Please. Gilbert Blye walked out
of the telephone booth, sent for his hat
and Rat In the reception room near the
door. -
The family limousine of the Moores
had no sooner rolled away from' the
widow's bouse than Sammy O'Keefe
unlocked the closet door In proud self
"What was it?" June asked.
"Tour husband, miss." And the "WTd
dow O'Keefe laughed her cackling tri triumph
umph triumph and rubbed ber gnarled hands
over each other. "It's small satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction he got out of me and Sammy with
his pryln and Inquisitive"
"Jedr cried June, and she clutched
at the banister rail. "He was here!
"Right where you're standla', mfss
And your father and mother and
" "Daddy! MummyP The tears gath
"Don't yon mind, darlln, .encour
aged the widow heartily. "They got
cot bin out of either Sammy or me.
Sammy. I'm proud of you, boy. 1
didn't know you could lie so good, and
111 never believe anything you tell me
again. And there was a couple of
your friends, miss hearty soul of a
(Continued on Fourth Page)

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I am authorized by the Ford Factory to Guaran Guarantee
tee Guarantee to all purchasers of Ford Cars', between August 1st,
1914 and August 1st, 1915. that they -will be paid a re rebate
bate rebate of not less than S50.00 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, bat 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
MoaflstteFs"- 0SSMi
. FiiHy-Eieippssl NOW
Your rebate comes off of these prices, whether you have bought or do
buy, during the above period.
Evcnlbally Yon yjill Oivxi a FOHD.

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box Chocolates .erer offered
In Ocala. Each one-pound
box contains from fifteen to
J eighteen varieties, including
J Nngatinea, Cherries, Straw-
berries. Ginger, Raisins, Co-
coanuts. Butter Toffee and
Fresh shipment just receiv-



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DIG Load for 01.
Your crder will have
m mediate Attention.
At BmosJfc's Wagon fcbop.

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Ocala, Ha.


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to all Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc
Agent, ComL Agt.
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LecUca!, Surgical, Oydrcpallilc
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Announces the moving oi the' Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square," entrance between "The
Hurray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, 3 lor Fully Equipped and villi he Eua
Strictly Upon TCtXilca Uncs
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For Rent .Ads., Lost and Found Ads., are all cf-

i fective in their numerous and various ways vhcr:

used properly. Wben you have an ad. of th:r !i

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The pressure being direct, not sliding,
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Room Without Bath 75c.
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The Wedding of Miss MacKay and
Mr. Taylor Beautifully
Characterized by all the sacredness
and dignity of a church wedding, and
in the presence of a large concourse
of interested friends, many from out
of town, the marriage of Miss Fran Frances
ces Frances Elizabeth MacKay, eldest daugh

ter of Mi ard Mrs George MacKay,

and Mr. William Dempsey Taylor was
solemnized last evening at 8:3C
o'clock at the First Presbyterian
church, adding another beautiful
wedding to the annals of Ocala so so-ciety.
ciety. so-ciety. For weeks society has been all in interest
terest interest over this wedding, with the
prominence of -the bride's and
groom's families and their list of ad admiring
miring admiring friends who have sought to do
them honor with many lovely social
compliments, the brilliance and
beauty of them all being consummat consummated
ed consummated in the ceremonial hour last eve-

The civic committee of the Ocala t

Woman's Club desires to express its

gratitude to the people of Ocala for

the interest displayed in the .May,

party. To all who worked, so dili diligently
gently diligently and those who by their var various
ious various contributions of cake, candy,
flowers, etc., and to all who by their

and Miss MacKay man and wife. The
ring service was used.

The grouping of the attendants interest and encouragement helped to

presented a lovely picture, framed in make it a real success we tender our
the pergola with the lights glittering cordial thanks Especially to Messrs. I

In myriads from among the foliage
if the arbcr.
The bride, who enjoys the distinc distinction
tion distinction of being one of the city's most

4 beautiful girls, looked lovely in her

wedding gown of white crepe de
;hene over ivory satin, trimmed with
orincess lace and seed pearls. The
3kirt was sheered to the bodice, the
high waist line being most becoming,
nd a long court train fell from the
shoulders. Her veil of tulle, caught
to her pretty hair with orange blos blossoms,
soms, blossoms, fell in soft folds to the end of
the train. Her, flowers were an arm
bouquet of bride's roses with a show shower
er shower of lilies of the valley and her only
ornament was the groom's gift, a
lavalier of diamonds set in platinum.
To the joyous strains of Mendel Mendelssohn's
ssohn's Mendelssohn's wedding march, the bridal

ning. Shortly after 8 o'clock the party left the church, going imme-


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, Address.

church was filled to overflowing with

The decorations were very ela elaborate
borate elaborate and never did the church pre present
sent present a more beautiful scene with its
artistic decorate plan as designed by
the bride's father. An ivory white
pergola was erected over the chancel
with balustrades extending to either
side of the church, giving the whole
a picturesque garden-like effect. The
square pillars to the pergola, the bal balusters
usters balusters and trellis, all of which were
white, were twined with Florida. jes jessamine
samine jessamine heavy with bloom. The back background
ground background was white with an irregular
tracery of asparagus fern and on
either side of the organ, the pipes of
which were hidden, were hanging
baskets of sweet peas, the weddmg

flower, and fern. Besides, a graceful
festooning of the jessamine, there was
a special arrangement of the elec electrics
trics electrics that gave just the setting for

the bridal party. From jardinieres

at the base of the organ bench and
on the balustrades, gorgeous Easter
lilies reared their heads in clusters
and gave additional floral note in the
rich jgreen of the plant. Particularly
beautiful in effect was the festooning
of southern smilax in the body of the
church its luxuriant leaves furnish furnishing
ing furnishing a pleasant contrast against the
buff walls and dark woodwork of the
edifice. The pews were designated
by great clusters of Easter lilies and
in each pew, throughout the church,
were small clusters of sweet peas Tor
the guests, the hundreds of prett3'
flowers further intensifying the
spring garden effect.
. Mrs. D. E. Mclver presided at the
organ! and before the ceremony a

"charming musical program was ren rendered.
dered. rendered. Mr. W. W. Condon played, ex exquisitely
quisitely exquisitely on his violin, with organ ac accompaniment,
companiment, accompaniment, Liszt's ever beautiful
"Schubert's Serenade." Miss Frances
Stark's magnificent contralto voice
seemed particularly suited to her two
numbers, "Because," by d'Hardelot,
and DeEoben's "O Promise Me," which
were never sung more beautifully in

d'ately to the MacKay home on South

Fourth street, where an Informal re reception
ception reception was held, the guests includ including
ing including only the attendants, members of
the two families and- a few very
close friends.
The home was exquisitely decorat decorated,
ed, decorated, sweet peas predominating in th
floral appointments of roses and
Mr. and Mrs. Mclver received al
the front door and in the retention
hall punch was served by Miss Fran Frances
ces Frances Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Tavlor
stand;ng with Mr. and Mrs. MacKay
in the drawing room, were showered
wHh congratulations and best wishes.
In the dining room a buffet lunch,
consisting of a salad and ice course,
with pink and lavendar sweet pea
mints, salted almonds, fruit and an eel
cake, was served by Misses Bettie
Mclver and Janet Weathers. A drawn
work embroidered cloth covered the
table and in the center was a tall

basket filled with hundreds of sweet
peas and asparagus fern.4 The handle
was tied with a bow of tulle and ex extending
tending extending from the chandelier decora decorations
tions decorations of sweet peas and fern, were
garlands of fern, terminating at the
four corners of the table in bunches
of white sweet peas. The mints and

almonds in compotes and two silver

candlesticks were on the table.

The bride's h& In which all of the
guests registered, was in charge, of
Miss Stark. .Others assisting during
the evening were, Mr. and Mrs. G. S.


Exceptionally lovely was the array

xl wedding gifts, 'the remembrances
of friends of both, of the young peo people
ple people and of their families. Silver, cut cut-glass,
glass, cut-glass, china and linen of unusual
beauty and in large quantities, were

included among the many beautiful

gifts. :
Mrs. Taylor is a girl -of rare cul
ture and charm and since her gradu

ation from Washington Seminary has
been a popular and admired member

of the society set. She possesses a

! sweet gentle nature which has won

; Ocala. Other numbers charmingly ; for her a large circle of. friends who

1 rendered were a violin duet, Offen-jwish her every happiness.

bach's "Barcarolle" from "Tales of I Equally as popular as his lovely

Hoffman, by Miss Mary Connor and bride, is Mr, Taylor, who is known

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sional March by Mrs. Mclver. 1
t The bridal party entered to the
strains of Lohengrin's Wedding-

March, led by the ushers, Messrs.
Alfred MacKay and James Taylor

coming first and Messrs. Robert Mac

Kay and Norton Davis following".

Mr. George MacKay led to the

altar on-May 4th, twenty-six years

ago, Miss Frances Lewis of Jamaica,

and in selecting her wedding day the

bride of last evening chose that of
her parents, thus adding a two-fold

sentiment to the date;- Further mark marking
ing marking -the beauty of the momentous oc

casion, one of the matrons of honor
was the bride's mother, who entered
with the other matron of honor, Mrs.
J. H. Taylor.

In a soft pearl gray crepe de chene

with silver lace and white chiffon

trimmings, fashioned en traine on a


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hoarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889

l?ut Tour Rid., in the Star.

not only in Ocala but throughout the

state for his high principles and busi business
ness business ability. He is one "of the trio
of Taylor brothers who own the Ocala

Manufacturing Company; a flourish
ing industry of Central Florida.
In unison their friends join in wish

ing them a long wedded life of su

preme happiness and prosperity.

' The bride's going awey gown was

a becoming suit of Belgium blue silk

poplin, with which was worn a crepe

de chene waist to match. Her hat

was black with burnt orange trim

Mr. and Mrs. Taylor left on the
midnight. train for an extended wed wedding
ding wedding trip in the west, going directly
to San Francisco to attend the Pana Panama
ma Panama Exposition. On their return they
will go to Lake Weir to remain un until
til until fall, at Mr. Taylor's attractive
lake cottage.

most becoming model, Mrs. MacKay j

was lavishly admired. Mrs. Taylor; program Saturday at Woman's Club

never looked so pretty as in her gown

Harry Peter, Frank Anthony and Ed

Greenwood for their enthusiasm and.
public spirit in undertaking the
building and decorating of the royal
float, making it a thing of beauty,
and for the pleasure and joy it gave,
we desire to express our grateful ap appreciation.
preciation. appreciation. To the members of the
band for their services which added
much to the pleasure of the after afternoon
noon afternoon and made possible the -evening
entertainment. To the judges who

performed graciously their delicate
and difficult task. To Mr. Bennett,
Mr. Hunter, Mr. Murray, for dona

tions of three priies; to Mr. Theus'

for loan of water cooler; to Mr. Latt-

ner for loan of piano; to Mr. Bout-

well, Miss Mary Connor, Miss Mary

Gates and Mr. Melin for mugic; to
Mr. Caldwell for placing May poles
and other assistance; to Capt. Drake
for use of armony and tent; to Tem Temple
ple Temple theater for courtesies in adver advertising
tising advertising on screens; to local newspa newspapers
pers newspapers for many courtesies; to Misses
Mathews, Pasteur and "Lancaster,
who counted the votes; to the merch merchants
ants merchants who gave our ballot boxes space
and. their interest in the voting con

test: to Mr. Marcus Frank for mter-

Jal financial assistance; espec'ally to

the county commissioners for per

mitting use of courthouse grounds;
to the mayor and city council for
courtesies; to Miss McLean,' M'ss

Standley, Miss Griffin, Miss Eun?ce

Marsh. "Miss Mry Gates for valua

ble services drilling the children for
the dances, etc., to Miss Frances

Rowley for use of kindergarten room;

to Mrs. Allegood. Mrs. Kreger, Mrs.

Bowers, Mrs. Duval and others in
making costumes for attendants; to
all who assisted us -by contributions

or service and 'to each who assisted
n the parade; to the "Campflre girls,

the Boy Scouts, Mother Goose, the

Wildcats and to all who took part in
the parade and exercises, we return
our thank?. Mrs. Geo. J. Blitch.

Chmn. Civic Com., O. W. C.

In order not to conflict with the

children's May day show at the
Temple on Thursday evening, the
managers of the Zimmerman sisters

musical recital to be given at the
Christian church on East Broadway
have postponed the time of beginning

from 8 to 8:30 o'clock.. This is very

generous of the ladies who have the
musical in hand and should give them

a full house. The "entertainment is
of high order and a charming pro program
gram program will be given. ; As far as we
know Miss Zimmerman is the first
performer on the Italian harp who
has appeared -in our city and there is

certainly no more beautiful instru

ment. Remember the date, 8:30

Thursday evening, May 6th.



For the benefit of the large num

ber of people who have expressed re regret
gret regret at being unable on account of

the crowd to see and enjoy the crown crowning
ing crowning of the May queen and king and
the Maypole dances and songs, the
committee has decided to put these
features on at the Temple theater on

Thursday night .at 8 o'clock. It is
also intended to show the beautifully
decorated doll carts and velocipedes

on the stage that evening. This en

tertainment -will be given with the
picture program as advertised, and no

extra charge will be made. Home Homemade
made Homemade candies and postcard pictures of

th,e' Mayday parade will be on sale
in the lobby of the theater for the

benefit of the committee.

of lavendar crepe de chene, exquis-

tely trimmed in white Chintilla lace.

Saturday afternoon beginning at 3
o'clock, a postponed business meeting

I mill k. 4l.A Wiman'a fHtiV.

She carried an arm bouquet of sweet .

vi v. - nr- nr ranged by Mrs. W. D. Cam, chairman

Mrs. Mac

Kay carried white sweet peas.

The lovely maid of honor, Miss

Frances Stark, a college mate of the

bride from Abbeville, S. C.,' entered
next, wearing pink crepe de chene,

the bodice trimmed with pearl bands

and the skirt falling in points over a
foundation of white net and ribbon.

A court train and, a huge bouquet of
pink sweet peas completed the at attractive
tractive attractive costume.

Strewing sweet peas In the wedding

of education, will be rendered.

Tomato club report by Mrs. J. R.


Brief talk by each chairman on edu

cational value of department which
she -represents.
Address by Prof. W. H. Cassels.

Miss Stella J. Ormiston, who has

most successfully conducted a millin-

colors, lavendar, pink and white, in! ? ?hP Anderson drugstore
the pathway of the bride, little Misses roonr for the iast two months, has

Annie MacKay, the pretty sister 0fj iom.

the bride, and Margaret Gerig, in ac accord
cord accord ian plaited white crepe de chene

frocks, with pale green ribbons and
white slippers made a dainty pair as
they preceded the bride jwho advanc advanced
ed advanced up the left aisle ori the arm of her
father. At the chancel steps the
bridal Dartv was met by the eroom

and his best man, his brother, Mr. j High Springs, are guests of his pa



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I suffered with stomach troublr

for years and tried everything I heard

of, but the only relief I got was tem

porary until last spring I saw Cham

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Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

ivastiatte, ruu, Apni i isw. t
The Saturday night dances at th
club house will be continued until fur
ther notice. It has been decided t
meet at the club house every .Saturday
at 6 o'clock for a picnic supper fol- J
lowed by dancing and cards. '
The Thursday afternoon .teas will

also be continued until f urther notice.
David S. Woodrcw.

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S. S. S. J.Iczns Pure Blood Wtich Icrrrcs Lcr Ll.'a rr. J Uczlilx

The great experts In Chemistry arl
rtjiiolocr now declare what has ,aH
along- been centended by the Ewlft lab laboratory
oratory laboratory that the germs of blocxJ Clsordsra
Cxtd lodgment In th Interstice of th tU.
And herein is where S. E. S goes to
work rapidly, effectively and witn vco
derfclly noticeable reanlts.
This famous blood parlfier contains
xnedkinaJ components Just as vital and
essenti&l to healthy Uood &m the nutritive
elements of wheat, roast beet, and fats
and tie sugars- that make tip our daily
As a matter of fact there Is one Ingre Ingredient
dient Ingredient In B. S. 8. which serves- the active
purpose of stimulating- each cellular part
of the body to the healthy and Judicious
selection of Its own essential nutriment.

That Is why It regenerates the blood sup

ply; why It has such a tremendous in

fluence In ercomfnir eczema, rash, pim

ples, ana au tsm anucuoss.

St. Petersburg this afternoon. Miss

Ormiston has not only been success successful
ful successful in a business way, but has made

many friends during her stay in
Ocala. She may. return to Ocala in
the fall. ."f
e e
Mr. Tom" Bailey and daughter, of

J. H. Taylor, and the officiating min minister.
ister. minister. Dr. W. H Dodge of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, who briefly but impressively
spoke the words that mad ZSr Taylor

rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. EJ5ailey, for
a few days. V

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that I was not able to go to th-case
for two days. Failing to get any re relief
lief relief from any other treatment, I took
three of Chamberlain's Tablets and
the next day I felt like a new man,"
writes H. C. Bailey, editor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable every everywhere.
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Try one of those frosted pints of

Pabat's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, ti

And In rescneratinj the tissues C fl .'!.
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cause rheaixiat2s7n, tore throet, v. 2
eyes, loss cf weight, thin psJIa ctet-s, t I
that weariness of muscle scd r.erre tl t
Is rener&lSy experJcnced. by all sztn-' S
with poisoned Uood.
Get a. bottle cf S. C B. at tr
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feel bright, and energ-etlc, but jcrx will t a
the picture of new i.fa.
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OCALA fcvtiirt!C JTATL. WED.VESDAY. MAT 5. 1915



For Velvet Ice Cream Phone 625. t
We want you to step In and see our
water bottles, all prices. The Court
Pharmacy. tf
Give her a box of NORMS CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES the best made. The Court
Pharmacy. tf
Just received, a new supply of
country smoked hams, shoulders and
jowls. Egg 15 cent per dozen.
Carn-Thorasa Company. 4-3t
The Star is sorry to hear of the
illness of our good old fellow citizen,
Mr. A. Y. S trunk.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
with more than one registered phar
macist, 4-27-tf
Call and examine our 50 cents a
pound box of chocolates. The box is
plain but the chocolates are high-
crade. Troxler's. 4-tf
Its good for the whole family, and
they all like it PEANUT BRITTLE
in boxes at the Court Pharmacy. tf
W. K. Lane, 31. P., Tnyslclan and
Burgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Hollaing,
Ocala, Fla.
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
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.
jotographs of the queen of the
may are for sale at the Reeves
studio. 5-3-3 1
Even the weather man admits to today
day today that we are due to have a rain.
Did you say BATHING CAPS T
Well, we have the prettiest line you
ever saw. The Court Pharmacy! tf
We are sole agents for VINOL, and
this is the time of the year to take it.
The, Court Pharmacy. tf
We have a large stock of old soap
which we are selling real cheap. All
good quality. Gerig's. I 4-87-tf
Rexall Liver Salts puts vim into
. lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every ..'daylVwflh
fresh veget jlea, milk and eggs. tf ;
-.-.' '
- Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
The, "Exploits of Elaine," and three
other excellent reels were seen by
large crowds at the, Temple last
night. The Pathe Weekly and three
' other good subjects will be before the
house tonight. Tomorrow' night most
of the Mayday celebration will be re reproduced,
produced, reproduced, and the picture program
will contain a three-reel drama, fea featuring
turing featuring Ethel Clayton. Friday night
the attraction will be "Runaway
June." There is something good every
Advertise in the Star.
Music Teacher and Composer j
Violin, Piano and Voice
Expert Piano Tuner
Talk to me about it over
I Phone 333
All Loyal Fans to go to
: the BalfGame Thursday, I
and drink
j Ocala Coca-Cola
: Bottling Works j


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. iiln. R. F.
Miv 1 83 64
May 2 93 C2
May 3 89 62
May 4 87 66
Local Forecast
Generally fair tonight and Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, except probably showers tonight
or Thursday northwest portion.
Mr. J. L. Jones, president of the
Arcadia board of trade, was in town
today, interviewing Secretary Roon Roon-ey
ey Roon-ey on. Dixie highway plans.
FOR RENT FurnUhed rooms; with
modern conveniences; centrally lo
cated, three block from court
house. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf
FOR SALE At sacrifice. Ford auto
mobile in excellent condition. Ad
dress Ford, care Star. 28-t
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Ap
ply 614 E. Adams street, phone
494. 5-6t"
acres good land (one mile from
Lake Weir) partly improved and
fenced. Will consider trade for
auto. What have you? Address,
Mrs. A. P. Dohl, Candler, Fla. 4-5t
FOR RENT Attractive, new seven
room cottage, with all modern con
veniences. 923 Oklawaha avenue.
Apply to Miss Alice Bullock. 4-27-tf
WANTED Prices on carload of good
beggar weed hay. The John Doxier
Company. 22-12V
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished moms in resident fcsxt
to' th' Colonial; s JalsoT gfoY? ilgfef
iiousekeepbl'g.' Inquire l cth C
ROOMS & BOARD Four large front
room! i with board at special ; sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carltou House. 19-lmow
FOR: SALE Large white chrysan chrysanthemum
themum chrysanthemum plants, cents pet? dozen,
Mrs. P. IL-Cillen, in Seulh Fifth
street' Cl j ;:" -MP7 tfc
mmmm I it th'i,i. ) m
-cottage, modern improve improvements,
ments, improvements, screened and furnished, to
- rent for May and June. Apply to
IL S. Wesson. 24-12L
FOR SALE-riks model touring iar ;
first class condition; driven about
"4000 miles; original cost $900; will
take $375 for quick sale. Address,
R. M., care Star oHlce. 4-S3-St
FOR RENT Three unfurnished
rooms two blocks from courthouse;
lights'- and water furnished; bath
connected; rates reasonable. Call
phone 609. 4-tf
WANTED Work, by a young wom woman,
an, woman, able to fill position as cook or
chambermaid. Applicant is deaf and
dumb, but is quick and capable, and
has had special training in the state
school at St. Augustine. Anybody
who needs her services please notify
Dr. or Mrs. E. Van Hood, dh tf
D. -W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, 1LJ.
Geo, A. Nash, W. A. Knight," IL A.
M. J. Roess, D. W. Tompkins, Geo,
A. Nash.
John Moore, M. J. Roess, J. C
Smith Smith-Fire
Fire Smith-Fire J. J. Gerig, II. A. Fausett, W. A
W. A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, C
J. C Smith, J. M. Msffert, J. J.
II. A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash D. W.
John Moore, IL A. Fausett, J. C
Light and Water
J. M. Meffert, D. W. Tompkins, J.
J. Gerig.
- Duty of the Wiser Part.
Since the foolish part of -mankind"
will make ware, from time to time,
with -each -other. -not having sense
enough otherwise to settle their dif differences,
ferences, differences, it certainly becomes the
wiser part, who cannot prevent these
wars, to alleviate as much as possible
the calamities attending them. Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin Franklin. .:

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(Continued from Third Page)
Miss Ethel Haycraft has gone to
Inverness for a several weeks visit to
her cousin, Mrs. S. I. Singleton.
- Mrs. W. IL Dodge, of Jacksonville,
is in Miami visiting her daughter,
Mrs., J. II. Workman.
0 0 0
Miss Margaret Cobb of Brooksville
is the guest, until Friday, of her
cousins, Dr. and Mrs. W. K Lane.
Mrs. J. D. Young, of Washington,
has joined her husband at Lake Weir
for a several weeks visit.
Mrs. Lilia Martin Munroe, who has
been spending the winter with her
parents, CoL and Mrs. J. M. Martin,
left today for Forsythe, Ga., to join
her daughter. Miss Frances Bangs,
and to visit her sister, Mrs. Albert
Miss Dorothy Klock, who is mak making
ing making her winter home with her par parents.
ents. parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Klock at
Eastlake and her guest. Miss Esther
Boardman of New York, are in the
city for a few days, guests of Mrs. R.
R. Carroll.
Mrs. Clifford Ayer and little son
were able to return home from the
hospital today.
Mrs. L. J. Lummus, who has been
at the hospital for the past few days,
is much bettc? today.
Mrs. Roess and her daughter. Miss
Lillian Roess, who in accordance with
custom spent the winter, in Florida,
several weeks of which were spent in
Ocala the guests of .the former's son,
Mr. M. J. Roess and family, have re
turned to their home in Oil City, Pa.
Miss Mary Ervin is the. guest of
her mother for several weeks, arriv arriving
ing arriving yesterday from Clearwater,
where she has a music class.
Mr. Robert MacKay returned to his
studies. 4 this morning at the Univer
sity of Florida
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wartmann and
Mr. and Mrs. IL A. Wartmann of
Citra, have returned home from
Atlanta, where they .were guests for
grand open ,0.ftie former's daughter,
Mxt. Eugen Co,k, ,5 ;.,.r;r
Mn and .-Mrs J.". V Young df LaVe
Weir, Mrs. J. B Borland," Misses
Louise and Ethel Borland of Citra,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo of Sum
merfield were out of town guests at
the TaylorrMacKay wedding last
The friends of. Mrs. L. J Lummus,
who has been atthe hospital for sev several
eral several dsys;wiU Jje gfad to learn that
thefts oT3ProvYr it:-:,: r xci
: Mrs. D. E. Mclver. Mrs. Ed "ICax-
michael, Mrs. J. C. Caldwell., and
Misses Byrd Wartmann and Annie
Atkinson left this afternoon to at attend,
tend, attend, the meeting of the U. D. C at
Leesbnrg.. :--;. : r-r
One of the most desirable lots. in
North Ocala. Will take as part pay
ment 1 horse and buggy. Animal
mutt be young and perfectly gentle
so that any lady can drive in perfect
safety.- Apply W. II. McConn. Mon.
Wed. Thur. lm.
. Dally Thought.
. It Is only the man who deserves a
kindness who knows how to be grate grateful
ful grateful for It Arnold.
Lame back is usually due to rheu
matism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief maybe had
by massaging the back with Cham
berlain's Liniment two or threes times
a day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere.
. Australia's Possibilities.
Australia Is capable of prodaclng
one billion bushels of wheat annually
Instead of about one hundred million
bushels, as" at present. Now only thir
ty thousand square miles of land are
used in wheat-growing, but five hun
dred thousand squares miles could be
thua utilised.
Ventilate the Bedroom.
Sleep with the bedroom window
wide open.' The 3ld superstition that
night air is unhealthy even for an In Invalid
valid Invalid is entirely false.. On the con contrary,
trary, contrary, night air. especially in large
cities. Is purer and better than day
air, because it contains less dust and
fewer microbes. To get the best ven
tilation have the window open at
both top and boom.
Higher Plessure.
"My dear, every woman ought to
tola a club. It's so refre&hlng to
lackball some one you' don't like."
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle IlalL 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
Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
en. the second Thursday erenlng of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K.-Sage, Secretary. Ad..

Runaway June
.Continued from Page Two)

yvunff mat uver iert on taia taia-tn
tn taia-tn or laushln or cryln or ometbln
one minute after the other and her
husband, a beopwked little fellow
that'll be no trouble until be gets
waked up some day: then watch out
for bis kind. Sly Dan was that way.
I could bullyrag that poor deTil nisht
ami day till 1 see the clint begin to
come in his eye Why, da r I In, what'a
the matter? Sammy, you big simple simpleton,
ton, simpleton, why don't you get MIm Junto a
gfasa of waterl And be quick, will
Jabbering out all ber pentup excite excitement,
ment, excitement, not a word of which 'June had
beard, she helped the colorlesa. half
fainting girl up to her own rooms and
mothered around her with a solicitude
which was fully as llrely as ber tongue
and fsr more sincere.
June mlgfit as well hare been alone
for all that she was conscious of the
O'Keefe ministrations. They bad been
here, here in these rery rooms, Ned,
oer father and mother! How she long
ed for them! How she wished they
had found her! And k great flood of
tore surged up In ber. She must see
them! She must go to them at once!
She must give up this foolish flight for
a romantic Heal and be' just a girl, and
return to hu own people, and be pet
ted and forgiven, aud be clasped In
Ned's strong arms, nerer to leave tbem
again! 8 he rose with a wfld Impulse
to hurry straight after them, but her
knees- bent' under her. She had not
known how much this sudden emotion
had takes away ber strength. The
Widow O'Keefe pressed ber tenderly
back in her chair, and Sammy held a
glass to her lips and spilled a trickle
of water on her chin. She smiled at
them both, for ahe was very fond of
tbem: then the widow drore Sammy
from the room and put June onhe tied,
and took off her little shoes, and drew
the blinds, and left her alone to cry it
out. 'And the Wtdow O'Keefe rasped
her own eyes with lumpy knuckles as
she closed the door.
June eat suddenly bolt upright and
dried ber eyes aud hunted for her
shoes. IIow bare everything looked in
the room! Why, everything was gone!
And where was Marie?
Marie had Just turned the corner of
Officer Dowd's post when there came
swiftly toward her a family limousine
wmcn wne rememoereu mm jump tr
her breast
Suddenly there was a loud yelp of
Joy from ahandsome collie sitting be
side the driver, and Bouncer,- who ner
ex left his seat when In the city, was
halfway to the curb In one spring
With a shriek Marie headed for the
nearest alley. Bouncer barking happily
at her heeU. ...
f Five voices yelled for Jerry to stop,
but It was unnecessary.' That srood
chauffeur b&d used both brakes, aud
the Moore. the Blctherlngs and Ned
Warner 'all tried to crowd out of the
door. While the agitated Bobby block.
ed the doorway Ned rushed after Ma
rle, but he suddenly found Himself
breastbone to breastbone with Officer
Dowd. -. : ;
"Excuse roe," said Officer Dowd. still
breasting blin. ."Was it you or iu
that's iu the road?"
MI want to speak to that young wo
man!! -And Tifed tried to pass around
Officer' Dowd as. -thaf young woman,"
accompanied -Ly "the leaping -Bouncer.
turned swiftly- Into a narrow, alley.
The hint flash of her was a red and
white striped stOAtiuj;.-
Officer Dowd was at this moment one
Marlon-Dunn Lodge rw. Jt
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E.
meetk at Yonge hall the second and
fourth Thursday ereninrs of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Secy.
Ocala Lodge No. 2 36, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even
Ings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
- arid S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Ilarley. Secretary. Ad
. Ocala Lodge No. 69 9, L. O. M.
meeta vrr Thursday at 8:30 D. "a
Visiting brethern always welcome K
the lodge and club noun on Mag
nolla street, near postoffioo.
R. S. Rogers, Dictatnr.
Tulala Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. Y
meets !n Yonae's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 oc5oc. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to vlsltloy
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
"V. L. Colbert. Secretary.
itxiGirrs of rrrniAB
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
hsld every Monday at 8 p. m at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Charles Goddard, C C
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. 8. Ad
CIIArTER KO. 18, 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. IL S. Wesson, IL P.
Jake H'onx. Secretary.
. Fon King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. llallfl at 8 p. m- every
second and fojrth Friday, vlsltlnr
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C C
-Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
"'For plumbing and electrical work
see IL W. Tucker. Phone 800. tf

or me RXt uwKmru uivu a iur
force. He h:id tried to above arounl
Ned. and now tln met nabx breast
bone to bn-arljH.'.
-Get out f wayr yelled Ned.
"Who ..nliMlu'r ietortt?d Office
"She wcrvrnt of mine. said
"Did h ntcsil ttnjthlcs? demanded
Dowd. .
"Then If none of my business.
And" Oi'ict-r Dowd looked toward the
alley with u fwlnfcle dawning in hla
eye. Marie l:iuw ev-ry turn and twist
within ten 1 Itrks of the Corners- "Go
on and slak t the lady.
They went down to the alley month
and looked In. There was a wilde
ness of crNkiHl lijway and no Mari
-Where to. sir?" asked Jerry.
-The Wldo'w O'Keefe'sr declared

ARIC dashed into the O'Keefe
house as fast as ber red and
wklte striped legs would carry
her. Fast as she was. Bouncer
was six springs ahead of ber. and she
had no sooner started to open the door
than he burst out-of her crasp and
was across the floor and up on the
bed and trampling alt over June, bark barking
ing barking In her car.
-DouncerT' sobbed June. "BounccrP
"Will you be still r creamed Marie
to the dog. "Miss JuneTdcar, get upl
-I don't think I shall ntd to wait
Mrs. O'Keefe. bide usl They're com com-IngT
IngT com-IngT -Coming: June was startled.
"I'll bide you," offered Sammy from
the doorway. "Come right bereT
And be runhed across to the side win
Jt was but a few seconds work to
transfer June across the fire escape
platform connecting with the McPher
son house. The family limousine, con containing
taining containing the Moores, the Bletherings and
Ned Warner, came spinning around the
corner I
"My wife Is here! declared Ned
Warner to Mrs. .O'Keefe, with convic conviction.
tion. conviction. "I want berf
"Come right In and get. ber," Invited
the widow. Hinging wide the door. "If
you take her nlong this time you won't
be a nuisance to me any more today.1
But their second starch revealed
At last the discouraged party left the
bouse of O'Keefe.
In the meantime Mrs. Vljlard had
stopped iu front of Gilbert Blye's mag
nlfleent club. A short, wide, fat man
was lenuiug itgalnst the lamppost
smoking a short, thick cigar, when Mrs.
Villnrd'n chauffeur Jumped down and
ran into the clu!.but be paid little at
tention until Gilbert Blye came out;
. -.'
Dlye Offered Her a Trip en a Private
then the short, wide man pulled his
slouch hat over one eye, dropped bis
cigar and with remarkable agility beat
both Dlye and the chauffeur to the car,
where be opened the door obsequiously.
Dlye and Mrs. Villa rd talked in low.
Quick tonj for a moment.
(Continued T'omorrow)
"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 every everywhere.
where. everywhere. AQv.
A large, new, galvanized hot water
tank and connections for kitchen
range. Apply at Star ofSce. dh-tf

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A simple and ingenious device
has been created to tab care of y
the dolly. Without requiring
much space and Insuring free- P
dora from creases end dust, the
ne r cretonne doily rolls will be
foiiid delightfully serv leva lie.
To 'a cretonne covered pole about
tnrce lncnes in diameter and a
foot or two in length Is attache!
P m. nlA of I lim m-jtHil !;Ifh
X winds about the dolly and the T
rwU nl !" In n amll liAtr
Particularly serviceable for tea f j
under the trees Is the lace cake
cover. This, square or elliptical
In shape and In various sizes, will
keep insects and falling lea s r j
from the dish. It is made on a
wire frame, simply covered with
lace Li a fillet pattern.
Less expensive than the tele-
phone dolls and less suggestive f
of VktorUnlsui are the telephone
screens, which are very attrac- r
tire and easily made. A small
screen frame of wire or wood is
covered with allk. Gold lace and r
tiny rosebud may be used for
trimming, with a hrstdlng or 4
cord about the edsrea, X
The lamp and lamp shade are
undergoing more metamorphoses A
than any other single article of r
furnlshln. The newest form la jp
that of the shade charmingly 2
fstencuea in suaouettcs- A wood-
en stand for desk or tabic or even Z
taw enough for the Coor, painted
in canary yellow and -black, or
Ivory, and black. Is surmounted g
by a canary or ivory shade. On X
the yellow or Ivery ground are 2
stenciled the most delicate of sil silhouettes
houettes silhouettes end copies of old and
modern masterpieces. Exquisite
bits of sprite life disport them
selves with all the dalaty visor g
of which they are capable. While &
the best effect is obtained when
the lamp Is Illuminated the black 4
figures hold their own excellent-
iy m an outside IlghL J
A two-passenger, four-cylinder car.
in first class condition,' fully equip equipped:
ped: equipped: new tire all around. Will ex
change for good vacant city lots, dh-tf
We have several articles that we
sell exclusively to colored xeocle.'and
wt wan, a good live a rent In your
town to represent us. i-very article
is a winner,, quick seller and brings
repeat orders, and a hustler can make
several dollars a day. If you can nil
the bill write today to The Home Spe
clalty Company; Mutual Life Build Building,
ing, Building, Jacksonville, Florida. l-5t
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds. :
i 1"""'' '"WninHi.
We carry the best
line of
fJf HltjmulJjMlkXtLllK,
uur prices are reasonable. Yiii

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Angles and
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Tank Slecl.
Tr'Uis Rods,
Buy Oolta
Iron Work
Of All Kin
All Hard WckxIa.
Dories ana
Built to
Boilers and
Tanks Built
To Order.
Pnraps for all
Comptnt Porce
For Itoae Work. at all
Fire Escapes.
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Crsttful Suburbanites. "Do you make our coct
Fay for v.txt tho breaks?" EuburtJ
(fn amatcrr.cnt Maka ber i ay X
should say net I Vt y, every ir.c r.tX
besides. paying her salary, we rp-.yr.rd
ber liberal! for what it. dlirt
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