FREtlCH ID BRITISH
London, May 17. Another sudden
thrust at the German line made by
the allies just north of Labassee, on
the western battle front, has been at attended
tended attended by conspicuous success, ac according
cording according to French and British official
reports. The British claim that the
German line was broken down for the
greater part of a two mile section.
This is disputed by the German war
office, which says all attacks of the
allies were repulsed.
A Berlin dispatch today says the
Russians have suffered heavy losses
in Galicia, notwithstanding their de de-The
The de-The Austrians apparently
ade further slight gains, but
r lOiA are strongly placed on
,.--ver-odn, offering a stubborn re resistance.
sistance. resistance. A great battle is expected
along the river.
SUNK MANY SHIPS
German Navy Made It Interesting
for Britisli Foreign Trade
London, May 17. Thomas J. Mc Mc-Namara,'
Namara,' Mc-Namara,' parliamentary secretary of
the admiralty, announced in the House
of Commons today that 460,628 tons
of British shipping other than war warships'
ships' warships' have been sunk or captured by
the German navy since the war be-
gan. ' ;
Is Serious and is Causing His People
Paris, March 17. A Havas dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Athens says the condition
of King Constantino of Greece has
become more serious and his fever is
higher. He was recently reported
suffering from pleurisy.
FREEDOM OF THE MAILS
Is Earnestly Desired by All Southern
Houston, Texas, May 17. The
Southern Baptist Convention today
adopted a resolution protesting
against a bill introduced, but not
passed, at the last session of Con Congress,
gress, Congress, prohibiting the transportation
through the United States mails of
all publications which are or repre
sent to be reflection on any form of
worship by any citizens of the United
States. In the resolutions were in
corporated those passed at previous
conventions in which it is stated that
the convention views with alarm "ef
forts -of the Roman Catholic hier
archy to gain control of our govern
ment." The convention is expected to
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
As will be seen by notice else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, J.. W, Fort, who killed his
wife. May Fort, and her paramour at
Lake Bryant several years ago, will
apply for a pardon to the state board
at its next meeting.
W. K. Lane, M, 1) Vliyslclan and
Surgeon, speclMist Eye, Ear, Now
and Throat. I aw Library Building,
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A 23 23-acre
acre 23-acre improved farm three miles
from Ocala, quarter mile from hard
road; fenced; house and good well.
Will accept good horse and buggy
or diamond in part payment. Ad Address
dress Address P. 0. Box 517, Ocala. 17-3-eod
THE STAR IS
CLAIM CONSPICUOUS SUCCESS Oil IE
EIITREIUED Oil HI Of THE SAN ARE PUTTItlG IIP A STUB
E' THE TIIIP
BIG CUNARD LINER ARRIVED AT
SCOTCH PORT WITH ALL
SAFE ON BOARD
(Associated Press) -Liverpool,
May 17. The Cunard
liner Transylvania arrived at Green Greenock,
ock, Greenock, Scotland, at 3 o'clock th's morn morning.
ing. morning. She was supposed to be destined
for Liverpool when she left New
WILL HAVE AN INNING
Combination- of Railroad and Steamer
Lines on Great Lakes Knocked
Out by Interstate Commission
Washington, May 16. in one of
the most far-reaching decisions of
recent years the Interstate Commerce
Commission yesterday i" decidedthat
the railroads, .owning--and -;: operating
steamship Janes Ion the -Gve a&&
must give, them, up .after- Dec ;
The principal eastern trunk.-lines-:
which carry the great volume-- of
freight traffic between the; Atlantic
seaboard and the west, are affected,
and the decision may alter partially
trade routes over which are moved
millions of tons of manufactured
products to the west and northwest.
In effect the decision establishes a
water route, independent of railway
control, from New York to points on
Lake Superior and Lake Michigan.
The commission points out that" the
Great Lakes, for many years domin dominated
ated dominated by the railroad-owned fleets,
again will be open to independent
shipping and that the Erie canal
again has the opportunity of becom becoming
ing becoming a main artery of traffic.
Seaboard's Proposed Changes Sus Sus-pended
pended Sus-pended Washington, May 16. The Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Commission yester yesterday
day yesterday suspended until September 14,
proposed changes in regulations by
the Seaboard Air Line railroad, gov governing
erning governing the transportation of berries
in less than carload, lots from points
in North -and South Carolina to New
York and other eastern points.
The ladies of the East Broadway
church will serve a chicken supper at
the armory Thursday night, May 20,
beginning at 6:30 o'clock. The pub public
lic public is already aware of the good
things these ladies can cook, so let
everybody get their supper at the
armory Thursday evening. 15-5t
Mr. E. C. Remingston, superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of agencies of the southern terri territory
tory territory for the Metropolitan Life Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Company, spent Saturday in
Ocala. He had a conference with the
agencies from five counties surround surrounding
ing surrounding Marion in the offices of Mr. Will William
iam William Preece, the local agent. Though
the general business of the past year
would not seem to warrant it, the
Metropolitan had a large increase of
business in Florida during that time.
Give her a box of NORRIS' CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES the best made. The Court
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest' and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's' Place, tf
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our owirfarm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe: tf. r
TRA SILVA A
OCALA, FLORIDA MONDAY, MAY
THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
THEY ARE DOING
AMERICAN NOTE HAS BEEN
HANDED TO THE GERMAN
Washington, May 17 Ambassador
Gerard at Berlin today notified the
state department of the delivery of
the American note to the German for foreign
eign foreign office. This is the first official
CALMNESS RESTORED TO
THE PORTUGUESE CAPITAL
Paris, May 17. Calmness is re re-stored'at
stored'at re-stored'at Lisbon. The capital is nor normal,
mal, normal, says a News dispatch.
GOOD POSITION FOR ...
Is 1a competent man
f UburGjevUnd; of : thisj: citfc
wHo- has, been .with- sthe Harrington
Hall hoteCfbr. several years and prior
to'that with the Ocala House, has re received
ceived received an appointment that is merit merited
ed merited and at the same time the patrons
of the hotel are. to be congratulated.
Mr. A. B. Kibler, proprietor of the
Hotel Kibler of Lakeland, has ap appointed
pointed appointed Mr. Cleveland manager of the
big hotel, to" take effect as soon as
Mr. Cleveland can get away from
Ocala, which will be in a few days.
Mr. Cleveland is an Ocala boyj
born and raised here. During the
years he has been in the hotel busi
ness he has made it his life study and
work and has mastered its rriany de details.
tails. details. He has been in eharge and
connected with all departments", dur during
ing during these years night clerk, day
clerk, steward and manager. He has
made a host of friends among the
traveling public, which is one of the
best assets a hotel man can possess.
The Hotel Kibler is a big four four-story
story four-story structure, one of the very best
hotels in the state, and as modern as
it is possible to construct. The house
is now being operated on the Amer American
ican American plan, bfit Mr. Kibler gives Mr.
Cleveland carte blanche in the man management
agement management of it, and some changes may
be made after Mr. Cleveland gets on
the ground and studies the situation.
Mr. Cleveland returned from Lakeland
Judge F. J. Titcomb, coming up
from Dunnellon today, presented the
Star with" several whopping big on onions,
ions, onions, and his kindness brought tears
to our eyes. Judging by the looks of
the fruit, Bermuda has nothing on
Dunnellon. The onions were silver silver-skins,
skins, silver-skins, the biggest weighing 29
ounces.' It was raised by Mr. J. D.
Bargannier, and the rthers, almost a3
large, were the product of the judge's
Vulcanizing. All work guaranteed.
Blalock Bros., 107 Oklawaha Ave. lm
Of Application for Pardon
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, who at the spring term.
A. D. 1912, of the circuit court in and
for Marion county, Florida, was con convicted
victed convicted and was sentenced at said
term of said court to be imprisoned
in the state prison for a term of 15
years on a chge of manslaughter of
May A. Fortrwill, at the June, 1915
meeting of the Board of Pardons of
the state of Florida, at Tallahassee.
Florida, apply to said board for a full
and complete pardon"- from the said
17-10t. J. W. Fort.
ITAL1AII PEOPLE SEEM OVEUUIIIGLY
OF ATTACKIIIG AUSTRIA
Rome, May 17. Developments of
the utmost importance in Italy's af affairs
fairs affairs are expected today. Premier
SalandTa has called the first meeting
of his cabinet since the ministerial
crisis, which resulted in the virtual
vindication of his foreign policy. The
cabinet wilt probably decide definitely
for peace or war.
The tension is increased by report reported
ed reported clashes on the Austro-Italian
frontier between guards. It is re reported
ported reported that in aVwoman's revolution"
at Trieste forty-seven women were
killed and 300 wounded when gen gendarmes
darmes gendarmes charged the crowd threaten threatening
ing threatening the governor's palace.
One of the most remarkable dem demonstrations
onstrations demonstrations in Rome's history follow followed
ed followed the announcement that Salandra
would be retained as premier. Other
Italian cities followed Rome's ex example.
ample. example. Public sentiment generally is
for war with the Austrians.
PpRTUGUESF REPUBLIC SEEMS
(TO BE NOT AT THE END OF
Madrid, May 17. An official dis dispatch
patch dispatch today from Lisbon announces
that disturbances similar. to those that
occurred last -night,-broke-, out in the
Portuguese capital todayv
THE VEGETABLE SITUATION.
o .-Major-R, A. fireen, .one:of'the best
poated-nifnon thgrvegetable situation
m: Florida; rat. jiJJ times, informs -"US
that: herrshas L -reliable-, -mformatioh
from the Manatee river "section ". thai
from 25 to 40 per. cent of the tomato
crop of that entire section was de destroyed
stroyed destroyed by the heavy rains and storms
of last week.N Forty carloads of to tomatoes
matoes tomatoes were shipped! from there last
week and 60 cars will raov- this week,
with about 15 cars this week, from the
Plant City section.
Major Green estimates that the
first cars of tomatoes will move from
Marion county from the 6th to the
10th of June and the first cantaloupes
from June 10th' to 15th. Last year the
first car of tomatoes was shipped by
his firm on the 23rd of May and the
first lopes on the 6th of June.
There are some scattering toma tomatoes
toes tomatoes (mostly ill shaped "or catfacedn)
that will be ready for shipment be before
fore before this time.
SCREENED THE STORE
The Carn-Thomas Co. has screened
all of the. outside openings in its
store and in addition i has entirely
screened in the market or fresh meat
department so that no Hies, can come
in contact with the meats.
"The Pit," the great story, by a
leading American author, which
caused such a sensation' in this coun
try a number of years ago, will be
featured at "the Temple tonight. Wil Wilton
ton Wilton Lackaye is leading man, and as
the story is one of tthose that helped
to make history, it should have a full
Mr. J. D. McCaskill came up from
Wildwood Saturday to spend Sunday
with his family. His contracting and
building activities in Wildwood will
keep him there for several months.
Mr. W. S. Priest, one of Fbrt Mc McCoy's
Coy's McCoy's successful merchants, was a
business visitor to the city Saturday.
Messrs. Frank D. Sanders and
Emery J. Close, of the Florida Title
& Abstract Corporation, went to
Bronson yesterday afternoon, where
they will spend the week working up
records for their company.
Mr. Grady Reynolds, the young
man who was wounded in the alterca altercation
tion altercation across the river a week ago, is
doing very well. He is at the home
of his brother;. Mr. Harley Reynolds.
Buy your drugs from Gerig'sV Qual Quality
ity Quality the best always. 4-27-tf r
OF THE ATLANTIC FLEET PASS PASSING
ING PASSING IN REVIEW BEFORE
New York, May 17. Sixty-four
ships of the Atlantic fleet are passing
in review before President Wilson
this afternoon. The naval parade,
viewed by the president, was held
this morning preliminary to the re review
view review of the fleet. After it, the presi president
dent president attended a luncheon at which
were present the members of the cab cabinet,
inet, cabinet, naval officers and representa representatives
tives representatives of New York. City. The presi president
dent president delivered an address on the Am American
erican American flag and the protection it car carries
ries carries Americans.
WALDO AND SUMMERFIELD
ON THE DIAMOND THIS WEEK
Our baseball boys are practicing
for two live games this week, one
with Summerfield Wednesday, and
the other with Waldo Thursday. Both
these games are promising. The
Summerfield boys were always a live
bunch, and they are putting up a bet better:
ter: better: game this season than they did
last.: Ocala has not met Waldo this
season, but it is understood that rail railroad
road railroad junction has a good team. Jolley
will probably be with it, and when
Jolly comes to town Ocala always
has a thrilL
While the attempt to bring two
country teams together on our dia diamond
mond diamond failed last week, Manager Hun Hunter
ter Hunter is doing his best to arrange other
games in hopes that it may become
the fashion for the country teams to
make Ocala a rallying point. We
have the diamond, and Ocala is al always
ways always glad to see the country boys
and their friends.
It is insinuated by many that the
reason why Citra did not show up last
week is thaf .the Citra boys were
rather coy about meeting Summer Summer-field.
field. Summer-field. Its true that the "Tigers" are
a hard proposition, but Citra ought
to be used to being defeated by this
COMMISSION MEN ARE COMING
There are a good many commission
men in the city and their numbers
are being increased daily. "A number
of the old guard are here and several
Some of our prominent citizens are
in favor of a clean-up movement in
Ocala. The most prominent and nec necessary
essary necessary feature of the movement
would be to cut the weeds off unoc unoccupied
cupied unoccupied lots. Its a good move; push it
Mr. R. E. Layton of the Chero-Cola
Company, spent yesterday in town.
Mr. Layton has been in Leesburg for
a week establishing the companyfs
agency there. The business at Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg has started off exceedingly well
and Mr. Layton is more than pleased
with the results.
Mr. W. V. Wheeler of the capital
city of Bloxham county visited his
Ocala friends Saturday night and
Mr. W. C. Townsend, the big man
from Lake Butler, came to town Sat Saturday
urday Saturday nighL
Mr. E. Zi Nix, who is now making
his home in Wauchula, was in town
Sunday. Mr. Nix thinks that he and
his family will return to Ocala soon,
and their friends here will be glad if
SHEET MUSIC! If its published.
we have it or can get for you. LAT
TNER'S Piano Store. 4-21-tf.
London, May 17. Six thousand
Armenians have been massacred at
Van, in Armenia, Asiatic Turkey, ac according
cording according to a dispatch received at of official
ficial official headquarters in London1 today
from the Russian consul at Urumiah,
Persia. The message was dated May
15 and adds that the Armenians are
defending 'themselves to the utmost
against the Turks and Kurds, but that
help is urgently needed.
The parties who have been request
ed to take part in the commencement
music at the ..Temple theater Sunday,
May 30th, are requested to meet for
rehearsal in the Baptist church Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, May 18th, at 8:15 p. m. A larg larger
er larger chorus than usual has been decid-'
ed on, with the addition of a sixteen,
piece orchestra, and this means!
prompt attendance and attention to
rehearsals. Albert E. Gerig.
True and Tried Sports Buy Season
Following is the list of those who
up to date have bought tickets for the
season of 1915' from the Ocala base baseball
ball baseball association:
T. T. Munroe.
Chas. IL Lloyd.
IL W. Tucker.
Z. C. Chambliss.
George Mac Kay.
L. R. Chazal & Sons Company.
B. F. Condon.
O. K. Grocery.-
Ocala National Bank.
Dr. M. C. Izlar.
Moore & Company.
Mclver & MacKay.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
IL A. Waterman.
Munroe & Chambliss NatL Bank.
Ty dings Drug Store.
Marion Hardware Company.
Florida Title & Abstract Company.
E. L. Stapp. ..
E. H. Martin.
Ocala Manufacturing Company. -Ocala
Lumber & Supply Company.
, M. R. Williams.
J. M. Meffert.
thas. E. Davis.
George Reritz, two books.
A. a Cobb.
D. W. Tompkins.
Knight & Lang.
G rover McClure.
R. L. Anderson Jr.
G. D. Hogan Co.
Moses Grocery Co.
E. A. Osborn.
L. N. Green.
IL A. Davies.
J. D. Robertson.
Mrs. A. C Blowers, who has been
the guest of Mrs. Orin Kern for sev several
eral several days, departed for her home in
Ocala this morning. Mrs. Blowers is
a former resident of St. Petersburg,
but moved some time since to Ocala,
where Mr. Blowers is engaged in the
phosphate business. SL Petersburg
The state citrus association will
convene in. Orlando on June 11 and
Rev. J. G. Glass of this city. will be
one of the speakers at that time.
Call and examine our 50 cents a
pound box of chocolates. The box is
plain but the chocolates are High-
grade. Troxlcr's. 4-tf
III THE SHADOWS OF
ALREADY SLAM AIID TURKS AI!D KURDS
onus iL in
RESULT AT CALAIS OF A GER GERMAN
MAN GERMAN AIRSniP RAID
Calais, May 17. A Zeppelin, om om-:ng
:ng om-:ng from the English, channel, drop dropped
ped dropped bombs on various quarters of
Calais last niglit, killing two children
and wounding one woman. Property
RAID EXTENDED TO RAMSGATE
Ramsgate, Eng., May 17, Some
forty bombs were dropped in an air
raid by av Zeppelin here early today.
Three persons were injured! A state statement
ment statement at the London admiralty says it
is believed the Zeppelin was damaged
by -British aeroplanes.
Judging by. what we hear, the early
closing movement in Ocala this sum summer
mer summer stands about-as much-show as a
5cent chunk of ice in the bad place.
Mr..R. C. Camp, home from a six
weeks sojourn in Tallahassee, will
not tell what he accomplished at the
state capital, but wears a satisfied
expression wrapped around his" coun countenance.
tenance. countenance. Judging by the crowds of ladies in
the drygoods stores this morning,
there is yet lots of the circulating
medium in Ocala.
Messrs. Percy Perkins, C. Y. Miller,
W. E. Gray and Jack Hurst spent
Sunday at Salt Springs.
Col. G. C Martin of Brooksville
was in town today. This veteran
lawyer favors tfie bill to divide the
Mr. Richard Dodge, formerly of
Ocsla, now of Clearwater, is now
playing third base on the Clearwater
At the home of Mr. David GanVble
on South Orange street, is a cactus
that is well worth a trip to see; A
picture aken of it last week appear appeared
ed appeared in Sunday's Metropolis with the
following comment: Five-year-old
spineless cactus, growing at Ocala.
This plant has 450 well-developed
slabs. One thousand plants per acre
like this produce 400 tons of rich suc succulent
culent succulent foo& for cows, cEickens, goats,
and sheep. The American Spineless
Cactus Co., of this city, has planted
many acres of spineless cactus in
Florida, and it is yielding wonderful
Among the first of the summer
travelers will be Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Petteway and their little son, EarL
They leave today for Asheville, where
Mrs. Petteway and Earl will remain
all season. Mr. Petteway will stay
only a short time. They will be ac accompanied
companied accompanied as far as Ocala by Mrs.
Petteways mother, Mrs. S. J. Haines,
who will visit her daughter, Mrs. J.
F. HalL there. Tampa Tribune.
Mrs. Don Peabody entertained the
Tavares Dramatic Club Friday eve evening
ning evening at her home, the u?ual refresh refreshments
ments refreshments being served, and a J0H7 good
time was enjoyed by ail. Tavare3
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
with more than one registered phar pharmacist.
macist. pharmacist. 4-27-tf
OCALA EVEKDJC STAB, MONDAY, MAY 17, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
K. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjnin, Editor
Entered at Oe-a, Fla., postofflce as secona clas3 matter.
One year, m advance S5.00
$tx monUis, In advance 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
On month, In advance. 50
One year- in advance $8.uu
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
Another attempt to upset the young
republic of Portugal seems to have
There are said to be from a- thou thousand
sand thousand to 1500 Americans left in Ger Germany.
many. Germany. The quicker they come home
pected. If this intemperate and un unfair
fair unfair vengeance could have been
wreaked on the personal property of
Kaiser Wilhelm instead of on that of
his unoffending people, it would have
been something like justice; as it is,
it was foolish cruelty.
British and Belgians in Flanders and
North France, with difficulty checked.
Further east, the French seemed to
have made some gains. In western
Galicia, the Austro-Germahs drove
the Russians back to the San river,
and threaten to retake Penny si. They
also have driven the Russians back
frooi the Carpathian passes, gained at
such tremendous loss of life. The
Russians seem to have -the advant advantage
age advantage in the eastern Galicia and the
Baltic provinces and the allies have
gained a little at the Dardanelles. So
the balance remains even; only the
allies can better afford a drawn bat battle
tle battle than their opponents.
THE AMERICAN NAVY
The Southern Baptist convention at
Houston, Tex., adjourned today. The
next convention will meet in Ashe Ashe-ville,
ville, Ashe-ville, N. C.
We all know that peace is good and
war is bad but history shows that
every great nation begins to decline
as soon as it ceases to be warlike.
Rudyard Kipling has written to
the London newspapers a severe re rebuke
buke rebuke of certain of his countrymen
who have made remarks, which he
considered disparaging- to Russia. Mr.
Kipling's "The Bear That Walks
Like a Man" was about the most dis
paraging reference to Russia, her
people and her sincerity that ever
found its way into print. But times
have changed and the English author
Our gentle friend of the Miami Me
tropolis jacks us up because we op oppose
pose oppose an anti-tipping law. It asks:
"What for instance does the Star
think should be done with employers
who make it necessary for employes
to eke out wretched salaries by the
tip-method? Would a hotel or res
taurant keeper or would the Pullman I gress
Officers of the At!antic fleet gath gathered
ered gathered in New York Saturday night at
a dinner in their honor heard Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Josephus Daniels defend the
navy as efficient and prepared for war
and promise that the administration,
with the support of the American
people, would make it more powerful
and more efficient. Mr. Daniels an answered
swered answered the navy's critics, particular particularly
ly particularly the National Security League,
which recently made public an open
letter declarine that investigation
disclosed that the navy was inade inadequate
quate inadequate and unprepared for war. Mr.
Daniels said the navy is good, but
not good enough; strong, but not
strong enough; but the work is con constantly
stantly constantly going on to make it better and
stronger. In summing up, he said:
"Investigation discloses that the
navy is efficient and prepared for
war; that the supply of munitions is
vastly larger than ever before, and
the capacity of our plans has leen
practically doubled; that the last Con-
authorized a naval reserve
Now Is the Time
When you have money deposit it with us, then
when you need additional money we can let you
have it. Ask our customers if we do not take care
of them when money is scarce.
Now is the time to open an account and estab establish
lish establish credit for the future. We invite you to write
thinks the Russians are very good
But Kipling can
A rvfv rf Amprir-nn marines mav i
tq;,o ct people after all
UC Belli tl'C iucAiv.au .w. i t A
not suppress nis iamous poem, aim h
is worthy of mention that it is being
to rescue the little bunch of our peo people
ple people besieged by Indians in the Yaqui
The Star is afraid that, even if
American soil was invaded by f foreign-foe,
a great many business men,
some of them in Ocala, would dis discourage
courage discourage their clerks from enlisting.
JPlspoor little boys at the reform
sr-hool at Marianna were not even
provided with toothbrushes. Instead
of reforming them, the management
was trying to turn them into beasts.
It is time for everybody to get un under
der under one flag or the other. Away with
the hyphen! Tampa Tribune.
Sure; its one type that has no busi business
ness business in front of the word American.
published and republished in transla
tion' all over Germany. St. Peters
company or otners employing tip- wnicn is in process or organization;
taking employes dare to offer the low I that we have seventy-four submarines
salaries they do, if the laws forbade j authorized, built or building, which
the giving and taking of tips? What J are the equal of those of any other
does the Star think of the situation country, and that one flotilla of sub sub-when
when sub-when employes absolutely refuse to I marines has just completed a remark-
perform the services they are em-1 able long distance run; that we rec rec-ployed
ployed rec-ployed to do without tips?" I ognize the need for more fast light
We don't know, what should be I cruisers; that we have lately ordered
done, but we think it is a question for I eight aeroplanes and a dirigible out
people to settle for themselves with- of a million dollars specially appro appro-out
out appro-out resort to' the legislature. We priated by the last Congress for
have traveled around a right smart, aviation; that within the last two
and never had anjf trouble about I years the navy's mine equipment has
tips. When a Pullman car porter I been more than doubled; that we are
knocks a pound of dust off" of us at adding yearly to our force of nuxil-
the end of a long railroad ride, we I iaries; while more time has been de-
are always willing to give him a j voted this year to target practice
small tip; in fact, we'd feel ashamed j and maneuvers than in many years
if we didn't. When a waiter in a ho-1 past. We are proud of our navy as
TC inline isn't the first man to mis
understand a nation, and Russia isn't J tel hustles lively to see we are well it is. We are resolved to give our
fU no'tmr, t r mUnniWstood. '. f ed, it is also rather pleasant than I cooperation in making it better aud
years' ago, the average English- otherwise to long-change him. When greater.'
would have said that if. such a we can't give a tip, or won't we don't
crime as sinking the Lusitania could
be committed, it would be done by
President Wilson is reviewing the
Atlantic fleet at New York today.
Certainly, the American navy is lack lacking
ing lacking in some things; perhaps it is
lacking in many things, but it isn't a
force to be despised.
Bringing up the average young
man to expect a soft job, and the
average young woman to spend more
s than her natural providers can earn,
is responsible for a very large share
of the vice in this country.
Governor Trammell has given his
approbation to the formation of two
naval reserve divisions with head
quarters in Jacksonville. This is a
good move and one all our coast
towns should come in on.
The "Fatherland" is rather sub subdued
dued subdued this week. The bunch running it
probably realized that they had gone
about far enough. They would all
have been jailed long ago in any other
country which they abused as they
have this one.
The American note to Germany
was received by Ambassador Gerard
,in Berlin Saturday evening, and
handed by him to Herr von Jagow,
the German minister of foreign af affairs.
fairs. affairs. It may be several days before
a reply is made.
" it is pointed out by many leading
papers that the fact that, the country
has escaped a financial panic .on ac
count of the Lusitania incident is
proof that the new federal reserve
system is working well.
If Bulgaria doesn't strike for Ad-
rianople soon, she may never have it.
Thf renort that Russia will land
troops on the Black Sea coast to co
operate with the allied advance from
the Gulf of Saros may be premature,
but it is the obvious thing to do.
Senator Terreof Marion and bum-
ter is one. of the two Senate members
of the committee to investigate the
alleged state reform school at Mar
ianna. The other members are Sen
ator Brown and Representatives Da
vis, Bryan and Handley. They left
for Marianna Saturday.
It seems that, after a 'considerable
shaking up, Premier Salandra re
mains in the saddle in Italy. He rep represents
resents represents the popular party, which is
overwhelminfirlv for war. No doubt
that Italy would have been in the
conflict ere now but for the reluc
tance of the king to see his country
involved in" the struggle.
In last week's issue of the Manu
facturer's Record appears two full full-page
page full-page advertisements for Florida
Each is filled with extensive and ac
curate information as to the attrac attractions
tions attractions and resources of this state, and
each is worth many hundreds of dol
lars to it. One of the advertisements
is inserted by the Seaboard Air Line
Railway, and the other by the Flor
ida East Coast Railway.
News of the sinking of the Lusi Lusitania
tania Lusitania caused attacks on Germans all
over British South Africa. A large
number'of business houses were loot looted
ed looted and destroyed. Very bad, of course;
but about what might have been ex-
The Germans who Tiave been so
savagely persecuted in Britain in the
last week, owe their, ill treatment not
only to the Lusitania incident, but to
the widely disseminated idea of the
ubiquity of the German spy system.
Every Briton saw in his German
neighbor a spy. It made no differ difference
ence difference if he had known him for years,
and he had been a good neighbor all
the time this made the supposition
only more probable. It will be well
for Germany and all the rest of the
wrorld when governments become too
honorable to use spies.
The Berlin correspondent of the
New York World sends the following:
"While I, among Qthers, have repeat repeatedly
edly repeatedly written that Germany is amply
supplied with food, such conclusions
have been based too much upon first
class hotels and restaurants. From
inquiries here and in Austria, among
the working classes and from the re
ports of Americans who employ la
bor, my impression is that the food
question by no means is as rosy as
The Lakeland Telegram and the
Clearwater Sun have gone to disput
ing over the relative value of their
telegraph services. Cut it out, boys
The Star has tried three-the United
Press, the International News Ser Service
vice Service and the Associated Press. They
are all good, and all doing their best
to tell the news as quickly and relia reliably
bly reliably as possible. It isn't good policy
for one paper to run down another
paper's news, any more than it is for
one merchant to run down another
Fifty British and French nation nationalists
alists nationalists who were deported from Con
stantinople to the Gallipoli peninsula
were brought back to the capital
through the efforts of United States
Ambassador Morgenthau. The Turk
ish government sent these men to
points on the peninsula where they
would be exposed to the allied fire,
but on learning of it the American
ambassador at once protested.
In deference to popular clamor,
and probably to insure their safety
against future outbreaks, the British
government is interning all Germans
in Britain in detention camps. A
large number of the bakeries in Eng
lish cities are owned and operated bjj
Germans, and one of the first results
of the outbreak was that a great
many British families had to go
without bread for several days.
need any law to help us.
all there is to it.
And that's WHEN HUNGRY OR TIRF.D.
GO TO SEE THEM
rwrt a x j; ;j it
ine proposition 10 uiviue me mbic, Tu mW ami WrB f T. MP1ih
.- it. i j t: i i
running: uC uuu.iuary "r uK & private interview with the
president of the Board of Trade and
northern side of Marion county, would
suit the Star very well, only it should
want to take Alachua and Putnam
counties along. Of a truth, the real
Florida lies in the southern part of
the state, and Marion would be bet
ter off in such a state than it is now.
The Star hopes our representatives in
the legislature will support the move
Jim Alexander of DeLand has
named a seedless orange after Gov
ernor Trammell. We have heard
some of the governor's enemies ac accuse
cuse accuse him of being boneless, but its
left to one of his friends to compare
him with anything seedless.
are glad to say that the Lord has
been good in lining up the Board of
Trade as directors' in our Good Sam
aritan Army in Ocala. And it is
hereby understood that money solicit
ed by Major McClish will be used in
this city. When other solicitors come
here we do not think it advisable to
assist them by sending money out of
town .when we have the poor here at
home to feed and keep.
Yours for success,
Good Samaritan Army,
Major and Mrs." C. L. McClish,
Officers in. Charge.
No. 10 Ft. King Ave., Ocala, Fla.
For the Attention of Members of
John M. Martin Camp Sons of
Your annual dues of one dollar as
member of the John M. Martin
Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans
are now due. Our interest in having
these dues paid immediately is two twofold,
fold, twofold, viz: Our number of delegates
to Richmond and their voting power
is limited in proportion to the num number
ber number of paid up members in our camp.
There are over one hundred members
on our roll, and if all dues are paid
up promptly, it will give an ex excellent
cellent excellent showing at the reunion the
last of this month. Then most im important
portant important of all, Ocala will entertain
the state reunion of Confederate Vet
erans this fall, and as a part of your
dues are retained by our local camp,
we are very anxious to increase our
treasury as much as possible, so that
we may do our utmost to give the
veterans who will be our guests the
vrrv best state reunion they have
The time is very short, and if you
have not already paid your dues, the
officers of the camp will greatly ap
preciate your prompt payment there
of to Mr. Henry D. Stokes, our camp
treasurer. Yours respectfully,
D. Niel Ferguson, Comdt.
AN IMPORTANT MATTER I W"W88"800"0"
This is our
HOFFMAN PRESS v
Manufactured for the pressing cV
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Beir.g
heated by steam, it can not scorch-
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
U can not wear or tear. Call and see V
it do the woik.
Ocala Steam Lanntlry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St. ?
George M. Curtis, who gained
countrywide fame as attorney for the
HOT WATER TANK FOR SALE
A large, new, galvanized hot water
Aafonqo in Vi o Rn-fn-r1 miirfor trial I tank and connections for kitchen
in Kentucky in the late seventies, is range. Apply at Star office, dh-tf
dead of heart disease at his home in
Brooklyn, N. Y. He was born in Wor
cester, Mass., seventy-two years ago.
His address to the jury in defense of
Buford, who was tried for the mur murder
der murder of Chief Justice Elliott of Ken
tucky, was used in some school books
as a model of excellence.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LOST Somewhere between the
square and North Ocala, a gold
medal engraved with "Mabel" on
one side, and on other "Piano,
Chautauqua, 1915." Reward will
given for its return to this office. 6t
UNDERTAKERS and EliBAUIERS FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping; table board near by if de-
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
Mclver & lacKay
Mrs. R. L. Martin,
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Embal
men and Fully Guaranteed
D. B. McIVER
C. V. ROBERTS
Flush Your Blood
FOR RENT Tnree unfurnished
rooms two blocks from courthouse;
lights and water furnished; bath
connected: rates reasonable. Call
phone 509. 4-tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; with
modern conveniences; centrally lo
cated, three blocks from court
house. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf
fipf if fllpJlIKPfl F0R RENT Well located and nlcelj
iurnisnea moms in resilience uejn
to the Colonial; also for 'light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
Remarkable Remedy That
Works All Through
Germans declare that the American
press denounces the sinking of thej
L,usitania Decause ic is Dougni wun
British gold. The next question is,
how came the British to have gold
enough to buy the American press.
A hundred million dollars wouldn't
buy the plants of the hundred big biggest
gest biggest papers in the United States that
pronounce the destruction of the
British liner an evil act. Perhaps it
doesn't take much to buy a German
paper, and they think Americans are
the same way.
Another big fight over the aboli abolition
tion abolition of the convict lease system is due
in the legislature. If the phosphate
and turpentine industries continue in
their present condition, the convict
lease system is likely to abolish itself.
ROOMS & BOARD Four large front
rooms with board at special sum
mer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-1 mo.
FOR SALE 25,000 sweet potato
slips at $1.50 per thousand. C. Y
Miller. Ocala. Ha.. 104 Tenth
Considering the tremendous fight fighting
ing fighting done on both eastern and western
fronts in the last two weeks, there
has been -very little about it in print.
In the west, the Germans entered on
a tremendous offensive, which the
When you put a tatlespoonful of S.
S. S. into your stomach It gets straight
into your blood. In less than five min minutes
utes minutes it has become a wave of restora restorative
tive restorative influence wherever the blood has
circulated. Does this read like magic?
But it is absolutely true. Those power powerful
ful powerful digestive juices in the stomach can
not change the medicinal effect of S. S.
S. The liver can not burn it. The lungs,
skin and kidneys excrete It only after
S. S. S. has set in motion millions of
cells and nerves to throw off the count countless
less countless germs that have infested every part
of the body. And as S. S. S. continues to
battle those troublesome pests that
gather in the form of pimples, boils, ec eczema,
zema, eczema, acne, catarrh, rheumatism and
other so-called blood disorders. It rouses
into action a myriad of strange but well-'
understood corpuscles called luecocytes
that actually devour or change or con convert
vert convert disease germs so they are readily
and quickly cast out of the body. It is
probably the best appreciated blood
medcine known You will find S. S. S. on
sale in nearly every drug store In the
U. S. Get a bottle today. And If your
case Is -peculiar, write to the Medical
Department, The Swift Specific Co., 105
Swift Bldg.. Atlanta. Ga. It is con con-ducted
ducted con-ducted by a noted physician.
Lame. hack is usually due to rheu
matism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back with Cham Cham-bei
bei Cham-bei Iain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
"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
dition. 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. Adv.
: Experiment ?
When you know
Will do the business
MB. IWT1 MM
FDR RENT Three two-story, six six-room
room six-room houses, modern conveniences,
located 803 S. Second street, possession-May
15th; 512 S. Eighth
street, possession May 15th; 714 S.
m Third street, possession June 1st.
Stephen Jewett. 14-2t
FOR SALE A rubber tired surry in
perfect condition, good as new. E.
M. Howard, Ocala, Fla. 14-12t
WANTED Work, by a young wom woman,
an, woman, able to fill position as cook or
chambermaid. Applicant is deaf and
dumb, but i3 quick and capable, and
lias had special training in the ctate
school at St. Augustine. Anybody
who needs her services please notify
Dr. or Mrs. E. Van Hood, dh tf
LOST A small painted porcelain
brooch, on Ft. King avenue between
Mrs. Moore's and A. C L. railroad.
Finder will be suitably rewarded
by leaving at Star office. 15-lt
Go North by Sea
MERCHANTS ft MINERS TRANS.CO
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent, Coml. Agt.
J. F. WARD. T. P. A.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,
67Wj. M yte
"MILADY BEAUTIFUL" CAN FJftD THOSE TOILET TOOLS SHE
DESIRES IN OUR STORE MANICURE SETS. BRUSHES. MIRRORS.
COMBS. HAIR COMBS. PINS EVERYTHING.
WHENEVER YOU DESIRE JEWELRY FOR YOURSELF OR FOR
YOUR FRIENDS. COME. SEE OURS YOU WILL LIKE IT; YOU WILL
BUY IT: IT W PLEASE YOU AND THEM AS LONG AS YOU UVE.
WE MAKF 'QUALITY" RIGHT: THEN THE JPRICE RIGHT.
A. E. BURNETT
OCflLA'S RELIABLE JEWELER
OK BE 03 POKE 0
Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is aken to
protect it from contamination while it goea throujrh the processes which re result
sult result In a cube of rlistening goodness.
Fall weight and satisfactory service go with this Stood ice of uira. Let cs
have your custom we deserve it.
Ocala Ice 1 PacMpgj Co.
IMtte Star Mie
Teams For RcntLIonl and Heavy Haulino
Packing and B to ring
Shipping of Freights
BE AVER BOARD
Hu peri or to n&ster
or Ceiliag in
Quality or Price
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
The Management ol DR. McOLANE
. Medical, Snrglcal, Hydropathic,
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving 01 the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
larger Quarters,' 3Iorw Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical lines
HOURSi 9 A. M. TO 4,30 P. M. PHONE 333
Try a Star Want Ad. They bring results
OCALA EVENING STAR. MONDAY, MAY; 17, .1915
II fei- Cz.nera.1 aayts
I "Pri 'CLX!?! V.l.-i roi .ntrr. tliA field t'i nriee of
ft! V ...j.-.
3 Ir-.o high. With our biar nulls, enormous output and
en seUing methods we can sell the best roofing at a
. . a-i a 1 J 1 a.
ctv- ble price. ini nas wen oone irJ a. jjrcai
. a a a M.r .
ex en that nih price nave oeen iriiiea. now you gi
the Uiet quality at a reasonable price when you buy
57 v 7
l OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for thi3 department, call 'phone 106)
Thought for the Day
But there is another grrat darker. L n n-knovvn
knovvn n-knovvn goods with i. ikao-. n brands
andunknownquolities arc be Lig offered
at prices that are t c he.:? for safety.
Its a lon;r, lonf c'- y aJte ,whn
you buy these u;;.) f ods. Avoid ex-.
tremes of ches? 1icc ; as II as high
prices. ICnowthat the comp any whose
name appears on the goodi has the
ability to make a pood quality roofing
at a reasonable price, and that it i
guaranteed by them to be the best
roofing possible to make; that the
company does not sell anything at a
higher price, and that the price at which it
is offered to you is a reasonable but not a
Cgrfgf-feej RooCnsr is guaranteed 5. 10 or 15
years, accordin? to whether the thickness is 1,
2 or 3 ply respectively, and remember this
gtm-antee is backed by the largest mills ia the
roofing and buildinz paper industry.
AOc your dciW tor the ffcyxis. and be sure they beat oat
Label. The nice will be tc.n.Ug.
General Roofing Manufactnring Co.
New Tork City CUcac PluUJelplus 5t. Lovw
Beta Qrveksd Pi(Ubar()l Detroit SasFrancisc
Cimdmsti MisseapoUa Kuiu City Settl AlUsta
Uitsa Laooa Hanbarg Sriner
0U ARE INVITED!
MAY 20th, 1915
8.30 to 10 o'clock
f Showing all the beautiful new ideas in
After you. etr
Purest and Ere
Do you want to be sure that your- prescriptions
will be filled right?
Then bring them to us. Not only are we care careful
ful careful about the right quantity, but also about the
right quality of the compounds we use.
When those dear to your heart are ill take no
chances. Do your drug business with us.
4nti-Monopoly Drug Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
WE TAKE CARE"
fi I1 m h, tSlriJ L
v jMWBijJ5''!Hyy"iHi-, :;wa-'H ff '-U-W SW- 'g if Mace
d 7n". -i.(i' tLtLJllljl,!M
S1 5.75 to
June l-2r3 1915
Tickets cm Sale May 29th to June 2nd,
inc, limited to June 10th. Extension and
stop-over privileges, ror
rates, schedules, reser
vations, etc, call on
c. p. & t. A
reunion to be held in Richmond, Va.,
v v,m,n uhn rtts and sustains in the near future. Miss Bangs is a
! , n icharming member of the younger set
! a ; -m,, and under whose hands chil-, of &nd weU known in
drt .. yrow up to be strong and P"re j Jacksonville and throughout the sUte,
men an i wmen, is a creator second being related to a number or promi-
only to God. Helen Hunt Jac-Kson.
Annua! Business Meeting of the
The annual business meeting of the
Ocala Woman's Club was held Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, May 15, at 3:30 o'clock, with the
president, Mrs. C. R. Tydings in the
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved.
i The president announced. that Mrs
T. II. Johnson would hold an t-aste?
liiy yale on Monday and half of the
proceeds upuld be given to the club.
Annual reports from the following
committees were listened to with in interest:
terest: interest: Animal, by Mrs. B. T. Perdue
chairman; custodian, by Mrs. Jake
Brown in the absence of Mrs. W. A
Coin, chairman; civics by Mrs. G. J
Blitch; education by Mrs. W. D.
Cam; forestry by MrH;. R. A. Burford;!
health by Mrs. II. C. Dozier; music
by Mrs. D. E. Mclver; social service
by Mrs. R. S. Hall; study class by
Mrs. Lester Warner, secretary. The
reports were adopted.
The reports of the officers were
next heard. The treasurer's report,
read by Mrs. I locker in the absence
cf Mrs. J. D. Robertson, treasurer,
was very full and explained and
showed that more than $6,000 had
been used in the past year. The au auditor,
ditor, auditor, Mis. Brown, stated that the
treasurer's report was accurate and
tabulated exactly with that of the
corresponding secretary. On motion
of Mrs. Hocker it was voted to print
the report of the treasurer, in the
club year book. The report of the
corresponding secretary, Mrs. B. H.
Seymour, was also full. The reports
were adopted and a vote of thanks
was extended the three officers for
their efficient work. A short report
was made by the recording secretary
and same was adopted.
The report of the Campfire Girls
was made by the guardian, Mrs. Wil William
liam William Hocker.
The revision of the by-laws follow followed
ed followed the reports of officers and con consumed
sumed consumed considerable time.
The following resolution was read
by Mrs. C. H. Lloyd:
Resolved, That in Mrs. C. R. Ty Ty-dings,
dings, Ty-dings, who for the past two years
has been so successful, so devoted
and so untiring in her leadership of
the Ocala Woman's Club that we (the
entire club) do hereby extend to her
our very grateful appreciation and
The resolution was adopted with a
Mrs. G. J. Blitch read the follow following
ing following resolution:
Whereas, During the summer
months business is dull and the days
are long and the heat oppressive and
persons engaged in confining lines of
business, either as employers or em
ployees, are deprived of opportuni opportunities
ties opportunities for rest or recreation; and.
WTiereas, The experience of busi
ness men has shown that persons em
ployed in such lines of business can
better perform their work if given
occasional opportunities for rest and
recreation and that the public wel
fare is thereby conserved as well as
the individual welfare of such per
sons so employed; therefore, be it
Resolved, That the Woman's Club
does endorse, the custom of closing all
places of business on Thursday after afternoons
noons afternoons and the giving of Thursday aft
ernoons to employees for a half-
holiday during the summer months.
The same was adopted.
Two enjoyable piano solos were
given by Miss Avalee Edwards and
Miss Isabel Davis, the former play playing
ing playing "Impromptu," by Schubert, and
the latter Smith's "Marche des
The annual election of officers was
then held which resulted in the
straight ticket of the nominating
committee, namely, Mrs. H. C.
Groves, chairman; Mrs.' Emily Green
and Miss Jefferson Bell,, being elect elected.
ed. elected. The new officers are:
Mrs. R. A. Burford, president; Mrs.
W. K. Zewadski, first vice president;
Mrs. R. L. Anderson, second vice
president; Miss Annie Atkinson, re recording
cording recording secretary; Mrs. E. T. Helven-
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nent Florida families."
After a visit of a few days to Mrs.
S. T. Sistrunk, Miss Lillian McKey
left yesterday for Jacksonville to
visit Mrs. Julian Prewitt for a fort fortnight
night fortnight before returning to her home
in Valdosta, Ga. Miss McKey is one
of South Georgia's most popular
society belle3 and during her short
visit met many friends made on a for former
mer former visit to Mrs. Sistrunk.
Mrs. L. W. Duval and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Ann, and her father Mr. Stiles
McDoughal, leave tomorrow week for
Long Grove, Ky., to spend the sum summer
mer summer at the home of Mr. McDoughal.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gray of Tam Tam-ia,
ia, Tam-ia, arrived Saturday night at Lake
Weir and are guests of Mrs. -Gray's
brother, Mr. John Carney. They made
the trip in their car.
Mrs. II. A. Waterman will return
Sunday from Jacksonville, where she
is the guest of her mother, Mrs. B. J.
Potter, and sister, Mrs. Mallory Lid Lid-don.
don. Lid-don. Mrs. W. V. Newsom, Jr., and smart
little daughter Mary, who have been
on an extended visit to Mrs. New-
som's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. K.
Taylor in Jacksonville, arrived home
Saturday. It is little Miss Newsom's
first visit to Ocala and she is kept
busy receiving the many friends of
her young parents.
The Eastern Star sewing circle
will meet with Mrs. R. R. Carroll
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.'
. m m m
Mrs. M. J. Sherouse and daughter,
Mrs. Laura Wellhoner, and Mrs. F. Z.
Wellhoner and daughter. Miss Cara,
left Sunday for a week's visit to Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Beach.
Mrs. M. E. Overstreet, Misses Lois
and Mabel Overstreet arid Margaret
Stegall returned to their home In
Eustis late yesterday afternoon, after
enjoying a week-end visit to Mrs. S.
Mrs. C. V. Miller and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Alice, who have been the guests
of Mrs. Miller's parents, Judge and
Mrs. W. S. Bullock for a fortnight,
returned to Tampa Sunday. During
their visit Mrs. Miller and daughter
were beautifully entertained by
Miss Tillie Pasteur of Lake Weir,
was the guest of Ocala relatives last
Mr. J. P. ShadSlck ofNew York, is
a visitor at the home of Mrs. DeHarti
on South Dakota avenue, and will
take part tomorrow in the special
services at St. Andrew's church. Mr.
Shaddick assisted in the Easter ser
vices at St. Andrew's, rnd has been
in Tampa a number of times, always
delighting his admiring friends with
his rich baritone voice. Tribune.
Mr. Shaddick with his voice con-
tributed to the success of the state
convention of the Florida Division, U,
D. C. in Leesburg recenUy and he has
consented to sing at Grace church in
Jthis city in the near future.
Mrs. R. V. Atkisson and daughter
Miss Lucile Atkisson, for four years
residents of Ocala, will leave this
week from their home in Miami for
Los Angeles, Calif., to visit relatives
for five months. En route to Call
fornia they expect to spend a few
davs in Jacksonville. mke a short
visit with Mrs. Atkisson's sister-in
law, Mrs. J. D. Atkisson in Atlanta,
and maybe stop at various points in
IVJrs. Charles E. Taylor of Fielding
avenue and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sack-
ett have been called to Fort George,
on account of the illness of a rela
tive. Tampa Times.
Mrs. Tavlor formerly resided in
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Clark and
children of Inverness, who until re-
ctnn Anrrocnnn(1ino' QT"Pt t T"V lfrS.
Sake' Brown, auditor, and Mrs. Lester cently resided at MarteL expert to
Warner, press reporter.
Mrs. W. A. Knight and-Mrs. E. G.
Peek were appointed tellers and Mrs.
Lloyd inspector. On request of the
president Mrs. William Hocker pre presided
sided presided during the election.
Through its chairman, Mrs. Cam,
the educational committee gave $25
to be used by next year's committee
in carrying on the work.
The annual musical will be held
Saturday, May 22.
There beine: no further business.
the club adjourned to enjoy a social; 2
half hour during which the hostess, J
Mrs. D. M. Boney, assisted by Misses
Beatrice iioney and ixuise tiooe,
served an ice course.
A beautiful and splendid picture of j
Miss Frances Bangs graced the so society
ciety society page of Sunday's Times-Union,
beneath which was the following:
"Granddaughter of Col. John Mar Marshall
shall Marshall Martin of Ocala, who has been
appointed by Gen. Alfred Ayer as
sponsor for the Second Brigade of
the Florida Division, U. C. V., for the
leave soon for Hendersonville, N. GJ
to spend the summer at their moun
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAR
At Bmoak't Wagon febop.
Mlp mM. Modem
JVT MADE BY THE '
4lRllflfl .Are BesS
Mammy now uses Cain met Baking: Powder instead cf sonr milk and
soda, or the cheap and biff-can kind, because it is more convenient
because she knows from experience that the baking" will be lighter,
daintier and more nniformly raised that it will keep fresh longer.
Calumet is certain of good results it is purer and more wholesome
than tho" cheap big-can kind, and more economical in the end.
Give Calumet one trial. If it fails tc give you absolute satisfaction
returu it and get your Money back 1 you don't get Calumet you don't
tret the beit-
KHJiVLU Hiutur AWARDS
ELL Paris Exj.U.iea Fruc., MrxJ, 1812
TP TP TX T TFE fzz
You don't save money ichen you hay cheap or llg-can baling pcrader. Don't he mhhd. Buy Ccla.r.eL
It's more economical- more icbolcsomegiocs bat nsaltu Cclamsi is foj superior h sctT rr'il and soda.
has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
S Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
Ocala Gas Company
5 Oc er ound
We have the best 50c pound
box Chocolates ever offered
in Ocala. Each one-pound
box contains from fifteen to
eighteen varieties, including
Nuga tines, Cherries, Straw Strawberries,
berries, Strawberries, Ginger, Raisins, Co Co-coanuts.
coanuts. Co-coanuts. Butter Toffee and
Fresh shipment just receiv received.
ed. received. Troxler's
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
E-cjoiUo, Phone 10
FiTrkd. Ocala. Fla.
219 WEST BROADWAY
LEVITT PACKARD C00E
Music Teacher and Composer
Violin. Piano and Voice
Expert Piano Tnner
Talk to me about it over
Subscribe for your pet magazine at
The Murray Company. 13-3t
Fashions and war in magazines at
The Murray Company. 13-3t
CARPENTER AND BlILDER
.-ar-fri. Estimate? Made on all Con-
ra't Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the City.
rriRY our Fresh Meat it will
ii please you. Fresh Veg Veg-etables
etables Veg-etables in season.
Also a fine line of Groceries.
CAPITAL STOCK 550,000.00.
State, County and City Depository
the deal for that real estate ha been t'osed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title Is good. Blarion county ha t 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellano La etc etc-or
or etc-or da, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record history of that title.
'una scarchinr and checking before the abstract man knows
that he haa got it alL
3IORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.
fiorida title and abstract corporation
Put Your A1 in the Star.
OCAtA EVEttNG STAR, MONDAY, MAY 17, 1913
I OCALA OCCURENCES
K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
Sons of Confederate Veterans meet
For plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 f
Mr. Waldo Martin, who has been
ill for a week, continues the same.
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
Just a month from today will be
the big Woodmen picnic at Homo Homo-sassa.
sassa. Homo-sassa. We have a large stock of old soap
which we are selling real cheap. All
good quality. Gerig's. 4-87-tf
Our Jewish fellow citizens will to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon observe their fes festival
tival festival of Schevuos.
We are sole agents for VINOL, and
this is the time of the year to take it.
The Court Pharmacy. tf
Tonight is the night for the big
doin's of the K. of P;, and all who are
not present will be mournfully sorry
Try one of trios frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Mr. Wilbur Smith has returned
from Jacksonville, where with a
number, of others he took the state
Its good for the whole family, and
they all like it PEANUT BRITTLE
in boes at the Court Pharmacy, tf
Mr. W. J. Frink is a welcome vis
itor, arriving yesterday from Jack
sonville in his Cadillac. He expects
to return to the state metropolis to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon.
Mr. W. M. Gist of Mcintosh ship shipped
ped shipped a carload of beans from his San Santos
tos Santos farm today.
A great many people visited Lake
Weir yesterday, it being the first
real hot Sunday of the season.
Mr. O. B. Howse has returned from
a business trip to Kissimmee and
Mr. Frank Mathews, who has been
down on the East Coast for some
weeks, has returned. He says that
the East Coast does not look near as
well as old Marion. Mr. Mathews,
who is a skilled musician, hopes to be
able to-do something to -revive band
concerts for the-summer. He and his
family are now visiting his parents
Mr. Frank Anthony returned today
,from a visit of a week to relatives at
Sarasota. He made the trip especial especially
ly especially to be present at the graduation of
his cousin, Miss Emma Gene Smith.
3 CITRUS EXCHANGE
lii m -"ii Mwriwlssl J.- I-
One director of the Florida Citrus Exchange is
electeoVannually by each Sub-Exchange.
Everv Sub-Exchange consists of three or more
local citrus growers' associations, each of which is
entitled to one delegate to the Sub-Exchange board.
These representatives of the various local, asso associations
ciations associations elect annually the directors who are, the
governing body of the Florida Citius Exchange.
Every grower affiliated with the Exchange has
. an equal voice in the selection of the officers of the
organization thereforr-local, county and state.
There could be no more thoroughly democratic
organization than is the Florida Citrus Exchange.
If you believe that the organization is a good thing,
and would like to have a voice in its management,
join a local association and help choose the di directors.
This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min. R- F.
May 1 88 64
May 2 .93 62
May 3 ."...89 62
May 4 87 66
May 5 85 71
May 6 92 58
May 7 94 68
May 8 86 72
May 9 80 66 2.18
May 10 83 77
May 12 78 68 .32
May 13 82 60 .76
May 14 86 62
May 15 94 64
May 16 93 70
Fair tonight and Tuesday, cooler
tonight extreme northwest portion.
rust-proof. Lasts as Ions; as,
building stands, made of gral gral-ranlzed
ranlzed gral-ranlzed steel and TONCAK
metal. Always attractive In
appearance and at the same
time reduces cost of your fir
Insurance your boy can easi easily
ly easily lay It. Ask your dealer mm
write ns for catalogue.
The Florida Metal Products Co
Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
,i I, ii -in
HOW MRS HARROD GOT RID
OF HER STOMACH TROUBLE
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everything I heard
of, but the only relief I got was tem temporary
porary temporary until last spring I saw Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets advertised .. and pro procured
cured procured a bottle of them at our drug
store. I got immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pain in the stomach," writes
I Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort Wayne, Ind
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Did you say .BATHING CAPS?
Well, we have the prettiest Jine you
ever saw. The Court Pharmacy", tf
BEST THING FOR x
A BILIOUS ATTACK
"On account of my confinement in
the printing office I have for years
been a chronic sufferer fiom indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I had an attach that was so severe
that I was not able to go to the 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.
where. everywhere. Adv. ""
Take Note of the Small Things.
Practice yourself, for heaven's sake.
In little things and then proceed to
- hff-fr l J In m ""timiji
J J """ t
The Secret of a Good Figure
often lies m the brassiere. Hundreds of thou'nnd of women
wear the Bien-Jolie Brassiere for the reason that they rerrard
it as necessary as a corset. It sunorts the bust and back
and gives the fisrnre the youthful outline fashion decrees.
are the daintiest, most serviceable
i ,i N 1 j .tll-'i. 111.LIJ1V. Vll. J '
PD A Q irD C C stance. "Wajohn". 3 Acs ib!e n n-UltaOJltlttO
UltaOJltlttO n-UltaOJltlttO in?ofKrc.itduranility absohitelv
rustlei' permitting laundering without removal.
They come in all styles, r.nd your l.x-nl Dry Ornd ? dealer
will show Ihem to you on reqae t. Irldoe noti arry then,
he crt eistfy grt them f-r j-ou by writins to u. Send frr
an illustrated booklet showin? styles that re in hij' rvor.
50 Warren Street Newark, II. J.
, -. I v Hi'iccl,ll3(,ICt! i Ill
(Continued from Third Page)
Mrs. Charles Goddard and infant
daughter returned to their home last
evening. Little Miss Goddard is re receiving
ceiving receiving callers and the best wishes
of the many friends of her parents.
Miss Margaret Hart of Orlando
will arrive next week to visit Mrs.
Mrs. Fred Robinson and daughter.
Miss Lucile Robinson, left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Detroit to spend the summer.
They will bs joined late in the season
by Mr. Robinson.
Mrs. W. H. Robinson, who has been
very ill at her home in North Ocala,
Mrs. Walter Wells and two children
returned yesterday from a visit of a
month to her sister in Fernandina.
The E. W. Agnew home at North
Lake Weir, at one time one of the
handsomest residences on the lake, is
being repainted and improved other otherwise.
wise. otherwise. Mrs. E. P. Moody and Miss Lou
Moody will probably occupy it during
Miss Jessie Mcintosh leaves Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for Jacksonville to visit Dr. and
Mrs. W. H. Dodge for a few days,
after which she will go to Davidson,
N. C, to visit her brother, Mr. Will William
iam William Mcintosh until the close of Da Davidson
vidson Davidson College, where he is a student.
The reading club will meet tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. J. W. Hood.
Miss Frances Stark left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for her home in Abbeville, S.
C, much to the regret of many friends
made during her visit to Mrs. J. H.
Taylor and at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. George MacKay. Miss Stark
possesses a beautiful voice, which has
been a source of pleasure on several
occasions to the friends of her
Miss Evelyn Tucker of Lakeland is
the attractive guest "of Misses Sadie
Lee and Marie Carr.
Mrs. Gay Livingston and infant son,
Gay C. Livington, Jr., who have been
enjoying a visit of tn days, with Mrs.
I. F. Bennett,, left" this -Wfterndoa for
flielr home'fri Kissimmee! ""-J1"
Mrv and' Mrs."2. TT. Mote, of Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg were visitors yesterday llr.
Mote motored up in the morning and
was joined at noon by Mrs. Mote,
who arrived from Atlanta, .where she
has been spending several weeks, go going
ing going up especially to attend ; grand
Miss Mattie Belle Harris of Kis Kis-simmee,
simmee, Kis-simmee, is the guest' pfo Mrs. fer fer-shbn'
shbn' fer-shbn' on PortMting avenfre. c
y Mr. and' MjrsjtR, ""ft .Camp, children
anor maia. reiurnea ai.u.rtiay. jronx. a
sfx weeks' sojourn at Tanah'assee".;'.
Mrs. Herbert Lattner will enter entertain
tain entertain the Tuesday auction club tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon. ... ...
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Miss Minnie Stovall, accompanied
by her brother, Mr. W. O. Stovall of
Tampa, left yesterday for Majsfield,
KyM to visit her uncle, Mr. Tom
Mrs. M. H. Stovall is visiting
friends in Jacksonville for a few
days, leaving for there yesterday.
Tle sewing circles of the various
churches were pleasantly entertained
this afternoon. The Baptist met with
Mrs. W. T. Whittley at the Wistaria,
the Presbyterian with Mrs. Perkins
at the home of Mrs. B. R. Stripling,
the Methodist with Mrs. S. R. Whaley,
the Christian with Mrs. J. E. Chace,
and the Ladies' Aid Society of St.
Phillips church held its monthly
meeting with Mrs. Ted Peters on Tus Tus-cawilla
cawilla Tus-cawilla street. A greatly enjoyed
feature of each gathering was the
serving of a tempting refreshment
course, when needles had been, laid
aside, by the hostesses.
Mrs. G. I. Singleton will leave soon
for. Jacksonville to visit relatives,
where she will be joined on the first
of the month by Mr. Singleton and
will go from there to the exposition
in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs.
Singleton expect to be gone for
sometime. Inverness Chronicle.
Mrs. T. K. Slaughter, who is an
artist of high standing in the art of
china painting, has had her china
kiln erected for firing some painted
china sent to her by a lady resid residing
ing residing in Burbank. Mrs. Slaughter's
kiln is the largest in this section of
Florida and he is often called on
for firing large pieces of china.
Miss Margaret Cobb returned to the
city last Friday night from Lake
City, where she visited several of
her college friends for several weeks.
Miss Cobb was at one time a student
of Columbia College of Lake City.;
She reports a pleasant trip. Brooks Brooks-vflle
vflle Brooks-vflle Argus.
Miss Cobb also visited in Ocala,
the guest of her cousins, Dr. and
Mrs. W. Ki Lane.
WILL" PLAY WITH WALDO
The ball game next Thursday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon will be with Waldo.
A ptnny saved is
a penny earned.
CAUC and practice are the chief
requisites for success In the
home roasting of coftVe. TLe
roasting may be done iu the
oven, but proab!y the beginner may
2nd It easier to watch the process and
prevent burning if the top of the stove
or gas burner Is used.
A heavy frying pan with a lid will
probably be the most easily available
utensil, although many coffee connois connoisseurs
seurs connoisseurs declare that contact with uieta!
of any kind In roasting, grinding or In Infusing
fusing Infusing causes deterioration of flavor.
Such enthusiasts Insist on having
their coffee roasted In heavy earthen
pans, pounded In a marble or earthen
mortar and Infused in an earthen cof coffee
fee coffee pot. Certainly such coffee U de delicious,
licious, delicious, but Is out of question for most
of uh. In any case avoid tin lu deal dealing
ing dealing with coffee. An aluminium frying
pan would be best.
Wash one pound of raw coffee ber berries
ries berries in cold water. let dry on a sieve,
spread thinly Iu a heavy pan. theu set
over the gas. turned quite low. and
heat gradually, stirring and shaking oc occasionally
casionally occasionally for about fifteen minutes or
until yellow; then cover uud increase
the heat, shaking thoroughly until all
the berries are a deep, even cinnamon
or chestnut color and have a ort of
oily appearance. One burned berry
will spoil your coffee, for particular
If you like egg In your coffee you
may beat one up and add It when the
coffee has cooled somewhat, but Is still
warm, though not hot. Beat with the
coffee until every bean Is glossy and
coated with egg. The. egg dries and
helps to preserve the flavor, as well as
to clear the coffee If made by the boil boiled
ed boiled method.
If drip coffee which, of course. Is
far more, wholesome Is preferred the
egg should not be used. Trench coffee
roasters sometimes add alout two lev level
el level teaspoonf uls of clarified butter to
every pound of roasting coffee and
about one level teaspoonful of sugar.
These are added while the final brown browning
ing browning Is being given. Tastes differ as t$
whether the addition of either, both or
neither Is best.
...Jveep the coffee In air tight tins and
grind .only .as "required. A little warro warro-fng
fng warro-fng In the oven or over the fire imme immediately,
diately, immediately, before grinding tendsjo fresh freshen
en freshen the flavor. Be sure to measure the
coffee carefully, so as to secure a uni uniform
form uniform brew.-
How to Givo a Cafeteria Party, Mak Making
ing Making th Guests Do the Waiting:
After all the guests had assembled
In the library they were invited to
come. Into the dining room through a
small door. which obliged them to en enter
ter enter Tone" by -one.' -At their right they
passed a table heaped iiigb with black
enameled waiters, to vilco each uelp uelp-edhlmself
edhlmself uelp-edhlmself or tiersclf in passing.
. Still standing In line, they conned
the .burlesque bills of fare posted
around the room and. having made up
their minds to a choice of the various
goodies, helped themselves from the
array of dishes spread on u narrow, ta table
ble table extending .the length of the room
and presided, over by a trio of young
people attired In the extreme of wait waiters
ers waiters uniform. Having filled their trays
to their satisfaction, they gathered the
necessary table silver, and as they
passed slowly from the low French
windows out on to the glass inclosed,
heated and lighted veranda each was
handed his gay paper napkin, one to
go under the tray and an Individual
one numbered to Indicate table. These
napkins had, of course, been numbered
In duplicate, and one did not know un until
til until he had found his table who hU part partner
ner partner was going to be. Each little table
was decorated with a guy posey and
flanked with a pitcher of Ice water and
two tumblers.' The veranda, was dec decorated
orated decorated with garlands of electric bulbs
dropped Into Japanese lanterns.
After much merrymaking all the live lively
ly lively crowd was seated, only leaving their
tables to return to the table for sec
ond helps for themselves- or partners
of the delicious chicken salad, shrimp
pates or rasp rolls.
-When the first course was entirely
finished the proprietorho-stess) asked
each youth to return napkins and trays
of used dishes to the dumb waiter,
while she again distributed the nap napkins
kins napkins In twos. When the youths re returned
turned returned the numbers on their fresh nap napkins
kins napkins told them that they must seek
partners with numbers corresponding
and get for them the cream and cake
which by this time was dished and
waiting on the-long table.
Still another change of partners was
effected when the coffee and mints
were distributed, and the affair passed
off pleasantly, terminating vIn a Jolly
How to Make Flaxseed Lemonade.
Wash one ounce of flaxseed and
place In a saucepan with one quart of
water and the pee' from three lemons.
Boil slowly for one hour. Strain and
add two cupfuls of boilln? water and
sugar to taste and the lemon Juice
This Is fine for a cold If taken hot.
CHINESE AND FLORIDA SPECKL SPECKLED
ED SPECKLED VELVET BEANS FOR SEED
1914 CROP. GIVE QUANTITY AND
E. C. BEUCHLER
Watch Your Toothbrush.
A good toothbrush If used conscien conscientiously
tiously conscientiously should not be in use more than
two weeks at a time, and it 1 better
to keep two In use so that each may
have a period of drying out and airing.
It never pays to buy too cheap a brush
if the price Is at the expense of the
bristles. In the first place, a poor set
of bristles will not do their work well,
and. in the second place, loosely fasten fastened
ed fastened bristles are very dangerous If they
slip down the throat, where they may
catch and decay or penetrate fhe walls
of the digestive tract. Always wash
out the 'brush thoroughly after each
application, and. by the way, a new
brush should be soaked in a weak so solution
lution solution of bicarbonate of soda for two
hours both to disinfect it from shop
handling and to set the bristles so that
they will not fall out so readily.
The teeth should be brushed at night,
after each meal and upon rising. It Is
particularly Important to clean them
the last thing before retiring, so that
food particles will not remain in the
teeth crevices to dycay overnight when
the mouth saliva is not active enough
to prevent it.
During a long illness the teeth should
be carefully cleaned when they cannot
receive atteutlon from a dentist. If
this were done fewer. teeth troubles
would be laid to the aliment, which is
not much more to blame than neglect
of the mouth. See that the mouth Is
constantly washed out with a little bi bicarbonate
carbonate bicarbonate of soda, which can be pre-'
pared by dissolving a teaspoonful of
the bicarbonate (ordinary baking soda)
In a pint of water and bottling ,lt for
use. Most authorities consider this
better than too frequent a use of the
hydrogen peroxide solutions which are
not always good for the teeth.
, Take Car of the Mouth.
Some fortunate girls are born to pret pretty
ty pretty mouths. A very few have the much
sung Cupid's bow, with perhaps the
added charm of a dimple. Others have
a smile which transforms an otherwise
plain face. A great many have very
commonplace mouths, with no redeem redeeming
ing redeeming dimples. And some few, fortunate fortunately
ly fortunately comparatively very few, have large
mouths or distorted mouths. But no
mouth Is hopelessly ugly. Sometimes
the teeth may be crooked, distorting
the mouth, and here the dentist can
give relief. But. oftenest of all. the
mouth Is made homely by facial con contortions,
tortions, contortions, the habit of screwing np the
tips when talking.of drawing the mouth
up on one side when laughing." The
mother of growing children cannot be
too careful of their appearance.
Whatever the shape of the mouth, its
defects ca& be balanced in a large
measure by good teeth, healthy gums
and red lips. There is absolutely no
excuse in this age of successful dental
surgery for misshapen or protruding
teeth and similar mouth defects. With
comparatively little pain the teeth can
be straightened, and in case they must
be removed because of their bad indi individual
vidual individual shape new ones will be inserted
on a bridge, not on an nnightly ptate.
Another advance In surgery lch
adds greatly to the beauty of the mouth
is the Invention of porcelain fillings,
which are rapidly replacing the gold
About Climbing 8talrs.
Climbing stairs always has been
thought to be veryInJurious to a wo woman,
man, woman, yet in many cases, if it is rightly
done. It may be of real teneflt and
gradually strengthen the heart and
shoulders Instead of doing actually the
reverse. Mount the stairs slowly with
the body erect, the head and chest high,
and allow the leg muscles to do the
work. Try this for a week instead of
the old way of bending the back and
depressing the chest and see bow It im improves
proves improves the general carriage-
A physical culture exercise that la
unrivaled for giving one an erect and
graceful carriage, straightening the
shoulders and making them as level as
those of a West Point cadet is done by
this same stair climbing, only in this
case with the arms hanging at full
length. The hands should be clasped
behind the bock, with the fingers in interlaced
terlaced interlaced and the hands turned as near nearly
ly nearly to back as possible.
Then, standing very erect, mount'tbe
stairs slowly, and before half the as ascent
cent ascent is made every cell In the lungs
will have been expanded many times.
These exercises are excellent for any
one whose heart is In good condition,
but wbeu this organ is In a diseased
state it is well, to avo'd stair climbing
If You Wish the Bloom of Youth.
1 you wish to have rosy cheeks be
careful of your diet. Eat simple, nour nourishing
ishing nourishing roods: avoid pastries, sweets,
all rich anil spicy foods and oily meats,
suc h ns pork and veal. Drink milk, co cocoa
coa cocoa ;uid chocolate instead of tea and
.-rTe Pure flir. pure "water and pure
rMMi are the first essentials to a pure
.omplexlori. So are sunlight, out of
lM.r ext-rc-i and sleep. A cheerful
Mt.i-mMi h.- much to do with the
izeaiiii There Is i story told of a
iiiislmnd who objected to his wife
iiIh -t!eiiH lie told her that the
it way u clve the face a good color
w ar t get a pot of rouge and one rab rabbit's
bit's rabbit's fot. bury them two miles from
home nnd then walk out and back once
a day to ee If rhey were still there.
She Is snll to have tried It and found
It to te all her hulrfind claimed.
LAKE WEIR YACHT CLUB
Eastla"ke, Fla., April 12, 1915.
The Saturday night dances at the
club house will be continued until fur further
ther further notice. It has been decided to
meet at the club house every Saturday
at 6 o'clock for a picnic supper fol followed
lowed followed by dancing and cards.
The Thursday afternoon teas will
also be continued until farther notice.
David S. Wood row,
(WEEK BEGINNING. MAY 17th.)
Wilton Lackaye in
Admission, from 3:30
. 6.00 to 10:30 p. 10
Fourth Episode of --EXPLOITS
In Two Reels. ,..
. "HIS SOUL MATE"
Lubin Comedy, featuring Kthel Clayton.
OLD ISAACSON'S DIAMONDS-
An Episode in the Girl Detective Series, featuring Ruth Ee Ee-land
land Ee-land Cleo. Ridgely. .. :
Admission, from 3:30 to 10:30, 5 and 10 cents.'""
PATHE NEWS NO. 32
-VISION OF THE SHEPHERD-
Selig Drama in two reels featuring Kathlyn -Williams; :
-THE COMBINATION COMBINATION-Vitagraph
Vitagraph COMBINATION-Vitagraph Drama, featuring Sidney Drew.
-A POUND FOR A POUND"
S. & A. Drama, featuring Wallace Berry.
Admission, from 3:30 to 10:30, 5 and 10 cents.
-BAGS OF GOLD"
Lubin Drama in three reels, featuring Justina Huff.
Second Episode of
-THE 10 BILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY"
-THE FATES AND FLORA FLOURISH
Vita graph Comedy, Featuring Clara Kimball Young. I
-RUNAWAY JUNE" fc
" In Two Reels.
-TWO BOLD, BOLD MEN"
S. & A. Comedy, featuring Victor Potel and Harry Todd.
-LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN"
Edison Drama in Two Reels.
-0GARBYtOF ROYAL.dOUNT" .7
Vitagraph Broadway feeature In three reels, featuring
Edith Story, Ned Finley and S. Rankin Drew.
-WHEN FATHER INTERFERED"
Lubin Comedy, featuring Arthur Johnson and Lottie Bris Bris-cao!e.
cao!e. Bris-cao!e. .
PATHE NEWS NO. 33.
Admission from 3:30 to 10:30, 5 and 10 cents.
EIVIOIRl eFi CLOSE
SURVEYOR AND DRAUGHTSMAN
Land Surveying, Leveling, Drainage, Maps, Plats, Profiles
All kinds of Tracings or Draughting
FLORIDA TITLE ABSTRACT
ROOM AND BATH
RATESES-75c to S1.50 m HIGHER
Dining Room with Moderate prices
, NOW OPEN.
, Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the House
CLECTRIO ELEVATOR SERVICE PIIOXES IN ALI. ROOMS
LOUIS N. LONG, Prop.
The only Hotel on the Square
R005I AND BATH
JAMES COLEMAN ED MATHEWS M. D. JONES
OCALA PUBLIC GARAGE V
Now Open and Completely Equipped and Solicits Your Business
We guarantee all vrork befo re it leares the shop. James Coleman
will repair your motor cars in first class shape.
Our Ed Mathews is the best general blacksmith in the city. All
blacksmith work, wagron and buggy repairing, horse shoeing, etc.,
etc., quickly done and fully warranted.
Call and see us. We do our own work, very light expenses, and
can give you cheaper prices than others.
South Second Street West
(Second store west of Metropolitan Bank Building)
OCALA - FLORIDA
. Careful Worker.
City Editor "For a beglnneK that
new reporter seems very particular
not to. make any mistakes.' Assist Assistant
ant Assistant -Yea: 1. told him to write on
one side cf th raper, and he wanted
to know which .Me!" Judge.
Rexall Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy jivers your money back if they
dont. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
to 6 p. mv 5 and 10 cents; from
and 20 cents. A
FOR A DOLLAR
FOR A DOLLAR