ARE LIKELY 10 SOQN
FIGHTING IS SO FAR ONLY III
Rome, May 28. Italian troops are
pushing their way steadily into Aus Austria
tria Austria along the line running north of
the Gulf of Trieste. Apparently few
Austrians are there, although further
west'there has been severe fighting.
Italian aeroplanes are said to have
successfully attacked the Trieste and
Nabresina railway, probably cutting
the line. Nabresina is a port on the
Gulf of Trieste, about thirty miles
northwest of that city.
Fighting all along the Austro Austro-Italian
Italian Austro-Italian frontier is in the development
stage. The Italians have taken a
chain of important positions in the
north, but have not met the main
Austrian forces which are awaiting
them behind entrenchments.
ITALIANS BROUGHT DOWN AN
. Italian gunners yesterday brought
down an Austrian aeroplane in the
first contest of the Italian campaign
between flying machines and anti antiaircraft
aircraft antiaircraft guns.
S ANOTHER DARING
Sunk a .Turkish .Destroyer .Almost
Under the Walls of
London, May 28. One of the Al Allies'
lies' Allies' submarines entered the Sea of
Marmora yesterday and proceeded
almost to Constantinople and sunk a
Turkish destroyer before the Otto
ITALY SAVED SERVIA
FROM AUSTRIAN ATTACKS
London, May 28. The Times cor correspondent
respondent correspondent at Rome says that an im important
portant important revelation in the Italian
Green Book is the statement that the
immunity from Austrian attack en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by Serbia and Montenegro dur during
ing during the last three months was direct directly
ly directly due to the action of Italy, who
made the immunity of Serbia a condi condition
tion condition for entering into negotiations
with Austria, Baron Sonnino, the Ital Italian
ian Italian foreign minister, having twice in
February notified Austria that any
military action on the part of Aus Austria
tria Austria in the Balkans, without a pre previous
vious previous agreement with Italy, would
have the gravest consequences.
GRINER FARM CLUB
The Girls' Canning Club of Griner
Farm met at the school house, Fri Friday,
day, Friday, May 21, with Mrs. Moorhead and
Miss Agnes Ellen Harris," for an all
day canning demonstration. Despite
the inclement weather quite a num number
ber number of the girls and a few mothers
Both Mrs. Moorhead and Miss Har Harris
ris Harris are efficient and thorough dem demonstrators
onstrators demonstrators and we do not think any
one who was present could have
come away not knowing the "how"
of canning beans, this being the only
' vegetable used in the demonstration.
Miss Harris also gave instruc instructions
tions instructions in regard to making jams, jel jellies,
lies, jellies, pickles, etc, of which she never
seems to tire of talking.
Before the noon hour she made a
"fireless cooker" and cooked rice,
which not only served as a lesson in
fireless cooking but was placed on
the midday luncheon menu and very
much enjoyed, with many other good
things prepared for the occasion.
Thd the weather was far from
ideal, the day was enjoyed by all.
Every one felt a little sorry to see it
end and were very reluctant to say
good-by to Miss Harris. We wish that
we might, have her with us often.
Do you use real up-to-the-minute
stationery? Our initial and plain cor correspondence
respondence correspondence cards are this kind. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
New dresses at Fishel's.
THE STAR IS
IN UP AGAINST
THE DEVELOHOPNEHT STAGE
MAY BE DELIVERED TO OUR
London, May 28. Reports to Lon London
don London by way of The Hague say Ger Germany's
many's Germany's answer to the American note
will be delivered tomorrow, and that
it will ask the United States whether
ammunition for the allies was aboard
ACCIDENT OR INTENTION
One or the Other Sent a Big French
C Associated Pre?s)
Mantes, France, May 28. The
steamship La Champagne of the
French Trans-Atlantic Line, is ashore
near St. Nazaire. She is badly dam damaged.
aged. damaged. Nine hundred persons who
were aboard have been taken off and
landed at St. Nazaire. Officials of
the French Line say the vessel was
not torpedoed. A plot to blow op La
Champagne was reported last Feb February
ruary February in a Madrid dispatch. Although
the suspect is said to have been ar arrested
rested arrested there were no later develop developments
ments developments and no definite information.
Representatives of the line express
the belief that the stranding was ac accidental.
cidental. accidental. PEDRO
Pedro, May 27. Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Proctor returned home Mon Monday
day Monday yfrom a week's visit with rela relatives
tives relatives at Anthony. They reported a
Quite a crowd of young folks gave
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shaw a surprise
party last Saturday night. The eve evening
ning evening was spent in playing games and
in the late hours they all left for their
homes hoping to have another one
Mrs. Nannie Connell, who has been
visiting her son, Mr. T. C. Connell
and family for the last two months,
left for Bushnell Tuesday. She will
be greatly missed.
Messrs.. Tom and Will Clayton of
Fort King were visitors here Sunday.
Miss Eula Whitlock of Hawthorn,
who has been visiting her cousin,
Mrs. Charlie Perry of this place, left
for her home Monday.'
Quite a crowd of young folks
spent the evening with Miss Lena
Perry Tuesday. They enjoyed them themselves
selves themselves playing the piano and with dif different
ferent different games.
Mrs. Alfred D. Proctor is on the
sick list. We hope to see her out
Mrs. Pearson of Oxford is visiting
her sick daughter, Mrs. Alfred D.
Proctor this week.
Mrs. Sue Connell and her two little
sons, Carl and T. C, spent the day
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Proctor Sunday and Tuesday.
There is to be a picnic at Gragery
pnd June 12th. Everybody is invit invited
ed invited to go and carry full baskets.
Vulcanizing. All work guaranteed.
Blalock Bros., 107 Oklawaha Ave. lm
BEST THING FOR
A BILIOUS ATTACK
"On account of my confinement in
the printing office I have for vearr
been a' chronic sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few week"
? go I had an attack that was so severe
that I was not able to go to the casp
for two days. Failing to get any re relief
lief relief from any other treatment, I too!"
three of Chamberlain's Tablets anr
the next dav I felt like a new man,"
writes H. C. Bailey, editor Carolina
News, ChaDin, S. C. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
OCALA. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY
THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
BERLIN CONCEDES ADVANCE
ALONG THE SAN WAS
Berlin, May 28. The German war
office statement today concedes vic victory
tory victory to the Russians in a clash along
the river San. The Germans were
compelled to fall back.
WATER IS HIGH IN THE WEST
Hundreds of Unlucky People Being
Driven from their Homes
Little Rock, May 28. The worst
flood in years is sweeping the Arkan Arkansas
sas Arkansas valley. The lowlands are inun inundated
dated inundated and crops are damaged. Many
residents of the lowlands are imperil imperiled.
ed. imperiled. The crest of the flood is not yet
Hundreds Leave Home
Kansas City, May 28 Portions of
Kansas, Oklahoma and Western Mis Missouri
souri Missouri and Iowa, in addition to Arkan Arkansas,
sas, Arkansas, are in danger of serious floods.
In places the inhabitants are leaving
BLOXHAM COUNTY BILL
HAS PASSED THE SENATE
(Special to the Star)
Tallahassee, Fla., May 27, 4:34 p.
m. The Bloxham county bill passed
the Senate at 4:15 this afternoon by
a vote of 20 to G. R. R. Carroll.
Eureka, May 27. Master Oris Ilin Ilin-son
son Ilin-son was quite ill the first of the week
but is much better at this writing,
which will be good news to his friends
Miss Abbie Stokes and little sister
Alta, of Gaiter, are the guests of
their sister, Mrs. R. L. Brinson for a
Miss Oldia Hinson is the guest of
Miss Othello Cassels and her brother
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hinson of
Bay Lake this week.
Mr. F. M. Harp was an Ocala vis visitor
itor visitor Monday.
The many friends of Mr. A. W.
Kinlaw are glad to have him among
them once more and to know that he
intends making an indefinite stay
Mr. Charles Harp was calling on
friends at Fort McCoy Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mr. Larue Hastings of Lake Kerr,
was in our town Sunday.
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feeH corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Stoie.
Bob-o-Links at Weihe's, the Ocala
MAN TAKES HIS OWN" MEDICINE
IS AN OPTIMIST
He has absolute faith in his medi medicine
cine medicine he knows when he takes it for
certain ailments he gets relief. People
who takje Dr. King's New Discovery
for an irritating cold are optimists
they know thi3 cough remedy will pen penetrate
etrate penetrate the linings of the throat, kill
the germs, and open the way for na nature
ture nature to act. You can't destroy a cold
by superficial treatment you must
go to the cause of the trouble. Be an
optimist. Get a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery today. tu-th-fri-w
POSSIBLE THAT THE
London, May 28. Przemysl, now
garrisoned by the Russians, is once
more threatened with investment.
Just as the Russians, after surround surrounding
ing surrounding the fortress and starving out the
Austrian, defenders, forced a surren surrender
der surrender late in March, so the Austro Austro-German
German Austro-German troops are now attempting a
double flanking movement from the
north and southeast in an attempt to
encircle Przemysl. Vienna declares
that progress is being made in both
directions. Even the British press
concedes the position of Pneraysl
serious. It is considered the key of
the Russian position in Galicia.
GREAT SHIP IRKS
BY THE GULF
AN IMMENSE ENTERPRISE AT
THE SEAPORT CITY
New York, May. 28. Edward H.
Hyde, former president of the Bath,
(Me.) Iron Works", today announced
plans for the construction of one of
the largest ship building plans in the
United State3 at Mobile, Ala. A four
million dollar organization has been
formed to undertake the project. The
concern will probably be called the
Gulf City Ship Building Dry Dock
Company, and is expected to be in op operation
eration operation in six months. It is under understood
stood understood to have the backing of the Bir Birmingham
mingham Birmingham steel interests.
A QUESTION FOR THE
COMMISSIONERS TO ANSWER
To the Board of County Commission Commissioners
ers Commissioners of Marion County.
Gentlemen: Why not insist on the
county magistrates making their
monthly reports as required by law,
and why not publish those reports.
Respectfully, Arch Cuthill.
Martel, May 26.
Berlin, May 27. The farmers are
busy fighting with "General Green,"
since the recent rains.
Mr. Charles B. Rawls and Miss
Stella Cleveland of Ocala were the
afternoon guests of friends in -Berlin
Miss Effie Rawls returned home
last Saturday from Ocala after visit visiting
ing visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Harmon Luffman for several weeks.
There will be preaching at the Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship Baptist church next Sunday
morning, May 30, at 11 o'clock, by
Rev. Z. A. Crumpton.
Oat cutting is the leading work of
many farmers in this section. The
improved machinery used in harvest harvesting
ing harvesting has saved much time and attract attracted
ed attracted the attention of many passers-by.
Mrs. Newcomb Barco of Arcadia is
spending the week at her old home
with her brother, Mr. Henry Clark
Miss Mabel Beck, one of Ocala's
efficient teachers, spent the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D.
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Standley
are rejoicing over the arrival of a
little girl at their home in Greenville.
Mrs. Standley was formerly Miss
Belle Haycraft, who was a well well-known
known well-known popular young lady of this
Mr. Allen Shearer left Thursday
for his old home in Kentucky. While
here he made his home with Mr. and
Mrs. Hubert Shearer and won many
friends among the younger set. We
wish him a speedy return to the Land
Miss "Sue Haycraft has returned
home after a very successful term of
school at Hastings.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McCully, Mr.
Handy Brown were shoppers in Ocala
Mrs. Henry Clark and Mrs. D. N.
Barco were pleasant callers on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Haycraft.
Dresses 98 cents at Fishel's. tf
JL-1 N ill
AUSIBliS WILL SOOII AGAIII
I OF PERMYSL
AGROUND BUT NOT IN DANGER
OFF THE HARBOR OF
Washington, May 28. The United
States cruiser North Carolina is
aground in the outer harbor of Alex
andria, Egypt, according to a navy
department dispatch. The report to today
day today is that the ship's commander.
Captain Oman, said the ship was un
damaged. Efforts are being made to
MAY BE DESIGNATED
Interesting Letter from Florid High Highway
way Highway Commissioner to Board of
Trade of Ocala
Miami, Fla., May 28, 1915.
Board of Trade, Ocala, Fla.
Gentlemen: As you may know the
Georgia commission of the Dixie
Highway has presented a request to
designate an eastern route to Jack
sonville. The Florida commission ask
ed the same privilege which was
granted for a western route, so we
would like to call the central route
the western route, as that plan was
adopted by the commission through
the seven states establishing eastern
and western routes. This we will
have to do within the next ninety days
and make a report to the commis commission
sion commission We want to follow the central
Florida route from Lake City to
Gainesville, from there to Ocala,
Leesburg, Orlando coming out at Mel
bourne. Later when conditions jus justify,
tify, justify, we want to take up the loop
from Miami to Cape Sable on up the
I am ready, providing Mr. Saxon,
the other commissioner from Florida
is, to recommend same within ninety
days through the towns above men mentioned,
tioned, mentioned, and in view of same will you
gentlemen give me the status of your
roads as to condition, mileage and
how much is hard surfaced, and what
time is required to put in condition,
also what bonds if any are voted for
highways. Very truly yours,
S. A. Belcher, Commissioner.
Blitchton, May 26-Mrs. S. H.
Blitch, Mr. Landis Blitch and Mr.
Roland Wilkinson of St. Petersburg,
motored to Lake City Friday to at attend
tend attend commencement at Columbia Col College.
lege. College. From Lake City Messrs. Lan Landis
dis Landis and Loonis Blitch and Mr. Wilk Wilkinson
inson Wilkinson will go to Pablo Beach to attend
a house party.
Messrs. J. W. Cauthen, O. S. Sand Sanders
ers Sanders and R. A. Jordan visited Ocala
Miss Legie Blitch. Miss Rowena
Hammons, Dr. Blitch and Mr. B. R.
Blitch motored to Ocala Monday.
Mrs. B. R. Blitch spent Thursday at
Mr. and Mrs. W. Harris and Miss
Ruby Lennon of Morriston were Sun Sunday
day Sunday callers.
Mr. W. H. H. Blitch was a Saturday
visitor from Morriston.
Mrs. Williarrscn is on the sick list.
SOME FORMS OF
Rheumatism is a disease character
ized by pains in the joints and in the
muscles. The most common form?
are: acute and chronic rheumatism
rheuamtic headaches, sciatic rheuma
tism and lumbago. All of these types
can be helped absolutely by applying
some good liniment that penetrates
An application of Sloan's Liniment
two or three times a day to the affect
ed part will give instant relief. Sloan's
Liniment is good for pain, and espe especially
cially especially rheumatic pain, because it pen
etrates to the seat of the trouble.
soothes the afflicted part and draws
the pain. "Sloan's Liniment is all
medicine. Get a 2oc bottle now
Keep it handy in case of emergency.
OnOlllS AT THE DARDANELLES SCOHE
-HEAVILY Oil THE ALLIES
SUBMARINES ARE ACTIVE -A1ID OPERATION Oil GALLIPOLi
; MAY DEVELOP INTO A SIEGE
London, May 28. On tfct Gallipoli
peninsula the British and French ad admit
mit admit the Turks are so strongly en entrenched
trenched entrenched that enly siege warfare is
possible. Loss on both sides has been
During the armistice, which the
Turks asked for, the Turks buried
more than 3000 dead while the British-gathered
up 12000 rifles.
BRITISH LOST TWO MORE BIG
The admiralty announced last night
that the battleship Majestic was tor torpedoed
pedoed torpedoed and sunk by an enemy sub submarine
marine submarine while supporting the army on
the Gallipoli peninsula. The admir
alty added that nearly all officers and
men were saved.
The Majestic was a battleship of
14,900 tons displacement, drew 28
feet of water, was of 12,000 horse horsepower,
power, horsepower, was completed in 1895, cost
$4,581,910, had five torpedo tubes,
made a speed of 17 knots an hour and
had a complement of 757 men.
The sinking of the Majestic makes
the sixth battleship lost in the Dar Dardanelles
danelles Dardanelles campaign and the second
sent down by hostile submarines, the
British battleship Triumph having
been sent to the bottom in the Gulf
of Saros Wednesday.
EXPLOSION SUNK TnE IRENE
The British steamer Princess Irene
was blown up yesterday in Sheerness
harbor. The, ship was in the govern
ment service and the admiralty in
confirming the report of the explosion
said that seventy-eight workmen
probably perished. The admiralty
statement last night said: "The Prin
cess Irene was accidentally blown up
in Sheerness harbor this morning.
So far as is known only one survivor
was rescued. Several men belonging
to vessels lying close to the Princess
Irene were wounded by falling splin
INCREASING THE SUPPLY
David Lloyd George, yesterday
took charge of the British war office
department and with the aid of a
strong committee, he immediately be began
gan began to organize factories with a view
to increasing the supply of war muni munitions.
tions. munitions. NO CnANGE IN THE WEST
There has been virtually no change
in positions on the western battle
TnE. SUBMARINE MENACE IS IN INCREASING
CREASING INCREASING The submarine menace is growing
both in the Aegean Sea and home wa waters.
ters. waters. These vessels promise to take
an active part in the operations in the
narrow waters in the Adriatic, where
the islands afford good shelter.
While warships are able to escape
the submarines around the British
Isles, the increase in their number
makes the carrying on of seaborne
trade more and more hazardous. The
admiralty still believes the American
steamer Nebraskan was torpedoed.
Liverpool, May 28. The British
steamship Argylshire, which left
Sydney, Australia, April 16th, sent
out a wireless today for help, saying
she had been attacked by a German
submarine. The Argylshire later
reached port, but wehere is not an
SUB SENT DOWN ANOTHER
Penzance, Eng., May 28 The Brit British
ish British steamship Cadeby was sunk yes yesterday
terday yesterday off the Scilly Islands by a
German submarine. The Cadeby's
crew of 16 men and four passengers
took to small boats and were later
picked up by a fishing smack.
CHRISTIANS IN A PERSIAN CITY
SAVED FROM TURKS BY
ARMY OF THE CAUCASUS
( AttiocJA.ted Prej)
Petrograd, May 23 Urumiah, Per Persia,
sia, Persia, has been occupied by the Rus Russians,
sians, Russians, after an engagement with the
Turks in the direction of Dilman and
near Bachkala, according to a state statement
ment statement issued by the general staff of
the Army of the Caucasus.
Urumiah has a population of about
50,000 and is the center of missionary
activity. For weeks the missionaries
stationed there, as well as the Syrian
Christians in the city Lave ben re reported
ported reported in grave danger from attacks
of Kurds and Turks. Between 15,000
and 17000 natives are said to have
been under the protection cf the Am American
erican American Presbyterian mission. At
Iast 12,000 took refuge in the Cau Caucasus.
casus. Caucasus. It has been estimated that
20,000 were dead or missing.
. SHOULD ATTEND
Important Meeting of Fort Kin?
Camp No. 14 this Evening
The regular semi-monthly meeting
of the Woodmen will be held this
evening. Reports of the committee
on the picnic and other important
business is to be passed on.
As soon as the regular business is
over, the doors will be opened and a
social session will be. enjoyed. All
Woodmen fhould be present and
members of their families and friends
will be welcome.
Mos3 Bluff, May 27 .Mr. arl
Hightower and Miss Katie Long were
visitors in Ocala Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Morrison spent
Sunday with Mrs. M. A. Hand, who
has been very sick but is improving
Quite a crowd attended an ice
cream supper at the home of Mr. and (
Mrs. Dillon" Long Monday night.
Among those present were Mr. and
Mrs. J. IT: Fort, -Mr. and Mrs. I.
Perry, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Morrison,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Morrison, Mrs.
Collins and little daughter Alice,
Misses Sallie and Addye Morrison,
Julia Harrell, Angie and Celia Col Collins,
lins, Collins, Harmon Martin. All reported a
Miss Sallie Morrison spent Satur Saturday
day Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mor Morrison.
rison. Morrison. Mrs. Barber and son Andrew spent
Sunday with Mrs. Collins.
Mr. M. J. Collins and son Jim, who
have been working at Umatilla, spent
Saturday and Sunday with home
A few of the young folks enjoyed a
candy pulling at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. ML O. Morrison Saturday night
and enjoyed a very pleasant evening.
white man wrrn BLACK LIVER
The liver is a 'blood purifier. It was
thought at one time it was the seat
of the passions. The trouble with most
people is that their liver becomes
black because of impurities in the
blood due to bad physical states, caus causing
ing causing biliousness, headache, dizziness
and constipation. Dr. King's New i
Life Pills will clean cp the liver, and
give you new life. 2" cents at your
druggist. tu-thu-f ri-w
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'OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at OcrHt. Fla., postofflce as second class matter.
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SOLID REASONS AGAINST
THE CAMP AMENDMENTS
O, bury the knocker way out in the
In a beautiful hole in the ground,
Where the bumble bees bum and the
humming bees hum
And the tumble bees tumble around.
WE ARE NOT WHIPPED YET
A special to the Star from Mr. Car Carroll,
roll, Carroll, at Tallahassee, late yesterday
afternoon brought the news that the
Bloxham county bill had passed the
Senate by a vote of 20 to 6.
Our senator and representatives
have done their best. They failed,
not because of any lack of vigilance
on their part, but because the matter
had been cut and dried and a combi combination
nation combination formed months before the
Before the matter is decided an
election must be held in the disputed
territory, where, in spite of the agita agitation,
tion, agitation, Marion yet has many friends.
We have no intention of surrender surrendering
ing surrendering this valuable part of our county
without a fight, as the little Willis-
ton combination will find before the
fun is over.
OCALA'S ELECTRIC ISSUE
w The article by Mr. Burford else
where is one worth the close perusal
of every citizen of Ocala. No man
knows the law better than Mr. Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, and when he makes statements
in print he always has the evidence
to back them.
It is useless to tell the people of
this city that the amendments Mr,
tamp asked for were not "gum
shoed" thru the legislature. The peo
pie, 'of course, knew the general tenor
of his work. They did not know the
sum and substance of it, and he was
careful not to tell them. He knew
very well that if he did so he would
meet a storm of opposition that
would head him off. If he had been
willing to take his fellow citizens
into his confidence, he would have
published his bills in full before he
took them to Tallahassee. He care
fully kept them a secret, and the
people would not have known any
thing about them until they were
passed if Senator Terrell had not
thought it his duty to inform them.
" There is not so much danger to
Ocala in this measure from the Flor Florida
ida Florida Power Company alone. As the
Star has always said, it believes
that if the Florida Power Company
ever does work for Ocala, it will
. make a fair contract and live up to it.
But this measure it is working to
have made into law opens the door to
a flood of. evils, some of which Mr.
Burford points out. We do not see
how Mr. Camp can reconcile his ideas
of good citizenship with his attempt
to expose his home city to so much
' trouble in order to further his own
One of these troubles is even now
at hand. It is not very well known
to the people of Ocala, but it is true,
and the Star has the proof, that a
" high official, of an electric current
trustwas here a few weeks ago mak making
ing making particular inquiry into Ocala af affairs.
fairs. affairs. He visited the electric plant
and obtained all the information pos possible
sible possible as to the conduct and profits of
the business. This trust already con controls
trols controls a number, of electric plants in
this state, and, strange to say, none
of the plants it controls are giving as
low, rates as the Ocala plant.
This trust, in case the Camp
amendments become law, has the same
right to come into Ocala as the Flor Florida
ida Florida Power Company. Its hired men
would be able to come here, frame up
a law, go around and secure sig
natures to a petition and have an
election whenever it saw fit. These
trusts have always shown that they
will do anything to get the business.
Bribery is their favorite weapon, and
they will if necessary commit any
crime on the calendar.
This is a specimen of the "enter
prises" that the people of Ocala are
being, abused by interested parties
because they are not willing to admit
It is foolish and untrue to say that
the people of Ocala are not ready to
welcome manufacturing enterprises
to their city. They have been doing
all possible to induce them to come
Our city government has been
public-spirited and generous in sup
plying current from its electric plant
to manufactories. People who are so
anxious for the Florida Power Com
pany to supply current have either
forgotten, or want other people to
forget, that the city plant does the
same thing; and that the city plant,
when improved, can supply all the
current needed, and to spare, and that
all the people will share the benefit
instead of only the Florida Power
So much stress is laid on the ability
of a hydro-electric plant to make cur
rent at a lower rate than a steam
plant, that it is sometimes forgotten
(its advocates are careful not to men mention)
tion) mention) that a hydro-electric plant does
not supply current at cost. It charges
all it can for it. The profit goes into
the pockets of the owners. Its only
the municipal plant that tries to give
the people a low rate, and if it
wasn't for the municipal plants, the
rates would be much higher.
There is plenty of evidence of this
in North Georgia, where hydro-electric
plants are numerous. But the
people all over North Georgia are
paying higher rates than they are
paying in Ocala.
In the big city of Atlanta, which
is supplied by a hydro-electric plant,
the rates were very high. And they re
mained high until the people of the
city started a campaign to build their
own plant. Then the rates came down
with a run, and the hydro-electric
company promised to keep" them down
if the people would let the matter rest
The people of Ocala do not need to
be reminded that every corporation
they have anything to do with
charges them all that the traffic will
bear. Let them hold on to their elec
trie business and manage it for their
own benefit, and for the benefit of
other people who may desire to come
here. All this guff that is being hand
ed them just now about their lack of
enterprise, intrenched interests, etc.,
is manufactured by interested parties
and is being used for effect. As far
as the electric current business is
concerned, the only intrenched people
in Ocala are the people of Ocala. Let
them stay in their trenches instead of
turning them over to the people who
are moving heaven, earth and the
state legislature to obtain them.
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vermin efj : f ft
The best way to get tid of little pests is to use our "destroyers"
and not let them START.
If they're started you must take care and quickly destroy them.
Insects and flies are dangoroushey carry disease germs.
.Don't let the moths at holes in your winter clothes; get our
strength holding moth balls.
Do all your drug business with us.
Anfi-Moncpoly Drug Store
J. G. PARRISH, Prop.
WE TAKE CARE
Mr. R. A. Burford, conceded to be
one of the best read lawyers in the
state, has sent the following letter,
objecting to the Camp amendments,
to Senator Terrell:
Ocala, Fla., May 27, 1915.
Hon. Glen Terrell, Senate Chamber,
Dear Sir: I have just read for the
first time the two special charter
acts relating to the city of Ocala, not
introduced at the instance of the
municipal authorities, and which
rushed through the House in a sum
mary manner, and without due consid
I call your attention especially to
sections three and four of the act re relating
lating relating to the purchase of electric cur
rent, etc., from which you will ob observe
serve observe that they strike at the root of
a representative form of government,
and seek to substitute direct democ democracy
racy democracy therefor. As to this particular
feature of the subject matter, it ties
the hands of the legislative depart department
ment department of the city government, invokes
and applies the doctrine of the in initiative,
itiative, initiative, heretofore strenuously ad
vocated in the "wild and woolly west,
and incorporated as one of the lead
ing planks in a political party now
If the doctrine of the initiative is
a good thing, and should be forced
upon the city of Ocala, why not ap
ply it in its vigor and radicalism to
the state at large, and to all munici
palities within its limits?
Under the provisions of this pro
posed act a party desiring to furnish
current prepares his own application,
setting forth all of the terms, restric
tions, limitations, conditions and
charges in accordance with his own
wishes and desires, containing as
many "jokers" as he may deem ex
pedient in misleading voters or other
wise, without any consultation or ad
vice, or -approval of the legislative
body of the city.
On presentation of this proposal,
with a petition signed by twenty per
cent, of the registered voters, the
council or other proper officers of the
city, are required to call and hold an
election, and if the .result of said
election is in favor of granting or ac
cepting the proposal, the same
operates as a contract and enforci
ble as such.
It is no reflection uponthe aver average
age average voter to say that he is not pos possessed
sessed possessed of sufficient technical knowl knowledge
edge knowledge and skill to determine for him
self the legal effect or the advisa
bility of any contract that may be
proposed under the provisions of this
law, nor is he in a position to know
the effect that such contract may have
upon the operation of the electric
plant already owned and operated by
the city of Ocala. A mere referendum
is not so objectionable as the initia
tive, for, in the former case the leg
islative body acts, and the voter ap
proves or disapproves, while in case
of the initiative, the care, foresight,
knowledge and experience of the leg
islative body is entirely ignored and
Personally, Ithink it would be very
unwise to force this radical de
parture upon the city of Ocala.
Furthermore, the applicant and
twenty per cent of the registered
voters can force the entire cost of
such election upon the city, and in
the event of failure, can require the
calling and holding of repeated elec elections
tions elections thereafter relating to the same
subject matter, thereby causing the
city to incur considerable cost at the
mere behest of the minority element.
Strife and local dissention would nec
essarily result under the doctrine of
the initiative, and the progress and
development of the city would doubt
less be seriously affected thereby.
The companion act relating to pub public
lic public franchises emanates of course
from the same source, as it has not
been asked for by the municipal au authorities
thorities authorities of the city. Whether so in intended
tended intended or not, any party who may
under the other act be able to get a
contract to supply current in oppo opposition
sition opposition to municipal operation of its
own plant, could, after weakening.
impairing or destroying the service
of the municipal plant, then apply
for a general franchise to furnish
commercial current, and the city be
ing helpless by the decay or ruin of
its own plant, could be compelled to
grant the franchise upon such terms
as the applicant might demand.
The initiative feature also exists in
this companion act, if the act itself
should be ratified by a majority vote.
To point out the many objections
which could be legitimately urged
against these measures, would extend
this communication to an unreasona unreasonable
ble unreasonable length, but many of them will be
made apparent to any thinking mind
after careful scrutiny and investiga investigation.
tion. investigation. The mere fact that each of the
acts invoke the indefensible doctrine
of the initiative in matters of legis legislation
lation legislation is sufficient, if standing alone,
to invite criticism and opposition.
WTiile our government is a democ democracy,
racy, democracy, it is of a representative form,
with checks and balances to secure
thoughtful painstaking, wise and just
I am not willing to abandon the
representative form of government,
and take up direct democracy as a
substitute therefor. Whenever such a
change is made it should be general
in its character, and not limited to
one municipality at the instigation of
any party or parties who may seek
individual benefit from such a change.
Yours very truly,
R. A. Burford.
Furthermore, not satisfied with
newspaper publicity Mr. Camp has
had an advertisement on the screen
of the Temple theater night after
night for ever so many weeks. Banner.
This is the first intimation that the
people of Ocala have had what con connection
nection connection there was between that very
ambiguous advertisement and Mr.
Camp's efforts in Tallahassee.
week, and what does your honor think
be did wi t?"
"That would be hard for me to say,
replied the judge.
"Wee I. sir. I'll tell ye, said the wit witness.
ness. witness. "He brought It Into my aln shop
wl my aln name on't and offered to
sell me't, as be said be thought It
would be o malr use to me than ony ony-body
body ony-body else." Glasgow News.
Made It Pretty Lively.
A Washington official. tqeak!nsr of
blunders in the diplomatic service, told
of a mistake ci.n.ui;tted by an Ameri
can in Afghanistan. He said:
"This American entertained the shah-
znda for three days,
giving him a hand handsome
some handsome suit of rooms
In his house. The
morulas? of the
the American host
visited him In his
apartment and was
amazed to see the
royal guest and his
entire stall hopping
about the Tloor in
the oddest way.
They conversed lo lo-lltely
lltely lo-lltely and gravely,
but Instead of walk walking
ing walking they hopped,
taking great leaps
The host veu-
of eight or nine feet.
tured to ask the reason of this hop hopping.
ping. hopping. The shahzada politely replied
- 'You see, this carpet Is green, with
pink roses here and there. Green Is
a sacred color with us, so we are
obliged to hop from rose to rose. It la
good exercise, but rather fatiguing, I
The Happiest Heart.
Who drives the hores of the run
Shall lord It but a day.
Better the lowly deed were done
And kept the humble way.
The wst will find the sword of fame;
The dust will hide the crown.
Aye. none shall nail so high his name
Time will not tear It down.
The happiest heart that ever beat
Was In some quiet breast
That found the common daylight sweet
And left to heaven the rest.
John Vance Cheney.
A Bit of Nerve.
A short time ago a man was charged
In Glasgow with stealing a herring bar barrel.
rel. barrel. After the charge had been proved
the principal accuser thus addressed
"'Deed, Sir Dallle, the man at the
bar Is a great rogue- The stealing o
the barrel Is nnething to some of his
tricks. He stole my signboard last
George III. and the Wiflmakers.
When George IIL ascended the
throne of England his wealthy sub subjects
jects subjects were beginning to leave off wigs
and to appear In their own hair. If
they had any. As the sovereign was
himself one of the offenders, the pe peruke
ruke peruke makers, who feared a serious loss
of trade, rrepared a petition In which
they prayed his majesty to be gra graciously
ciously graciously pleased to "shave his head for
the good of distressed workmen and
wear a wig. as his father had doae be
When the petitioners walked to the
royal palace, however, it was noticed
that they wore no wbrs themselves.
As this seemed unfair to the onlook
ers they seized several of the leading
processionists and cut their hair with
any implement that came most readily
From this Incident arose a host of
curious caricatures. The wooden leg
makers were said to have especial
claims on the king's consideration. In Inasmuch
asmuch Inasmuch as the conclusion of peace had
deprived them of a profitable source of
employment; hence the suggestion that
his majesty should not only wear a
wooden leg himself, but enjoin the peo people
ple people to follow his laudable example.
Go To The"
BALL GAME :
Ocala Coca-Cola :
Queen or Dairy r.laid
Ambition the Sams
In the expectant mother's mind there
ta no limit to what the future has In store,
and yet during the pe period
riod period of expectancy,
much depends upon
the physical comfort of
the mother. One of the
best aids Is a remedy
known as 'Mother's
Friend." Applied over
the muscles, it pene penetrates
trates penetrates to the net work
Of nerves. rclieTes the
pains incident to
Stretching of cords ami
UramenU, males tbeta
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comfort, restful clxhU,
a calm mind and pleasant anticipation. Yon
use it with your own Land, apply It aa Deed Deeded,
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Mothers who have learned all this tmu
experience tell of the blessed relief from
morning sickness, the absence of strain and
the undoubted healthful influence Imparted tq
the coming baby.
Get a bottle of this splendid bc!p today.
Phone your nearest drugst or send for it.
Then write Brad field Regulator Co., 404 La Lamar
mar Lamar Bid.. Atlanta, Ga for a valuable book
of Instruction for expectant mothers.
Mother's Friend' 1 recommended every everywhere
where everywhere by women who have used It. And you
can read some very Inter&atiftj letters if you
write for tLL boot
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Give3 More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.
The Pleasure Was All His.
Harold JnrvU. Detroit's well known
singer, always tries to please and be
accommodating. The other day a gush gushing
ing gushing young thing, one of those pests
who like to rub elbows with and flatter
the mighty, had been telling how much
she admired bis singing.
"Oh. Mr. Jarvls," she was saying as
she rolled her eyes in what she sup supposed
posed supposed was a soulful manner, "I do so
adore your singing. I want when I
die that you sing at my funeraL
Here Mr. Jarrls, nerer thinking how
It was going to sound, replied in his
most gracious manner:
"I would be pleased to, madam.
Detroit Saturday Night.
rrpRY our Fresh Meat it will
il please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also a fine line of Groceries.
an- ll w
He Was Mistaken.
Miss Ellen Terry, who underwent a
successful operation to her eyes re recently,
cently, recently, is noted for her wit, and she
was always the life and soul of the
various theatrical companies of which
she was a member.
The famous actress was once ap appearing
pearing appearing in a play with a certain actor
who was noted for his irritability. He
used to complain that Miss Terry con continually
tinually continually laughed at him during one of
his most important scenes.
At last he wrote her a letter on the
subject. In the course of which he said:
"I am extremely sorry to tell you that
it Is Impossible for me to make any
effect in my scone If you persist In
laughing at me on the stage and so
spoiling the situation. May I ask you
to change yor.r attitude, as the scene
Is a most trying one?"
To this Mls Terry replied as follows:
"Ton are quite mistaken. I never
laugh nt you on the stage. I wait tlU
I get horoel"
HOW MRS IIARROD COT 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 tern tern-Dorarv
Dorarv tern-Dorarv until last SDrine I saw Cham
berlain'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
Mrs. Linda Harrod, rort Wayne, Jnd
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
The CbiEimercial Baiali
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.
This is our
HOFFMAN PRESS ?
Manufactured for the pressing cf
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch. j
The pressure being direct, not sliding, Y
it can not wear or tear. Call and see V
It do the wotk.
Ocala Steam Laundry
402-404 South Main St. x
OUD3 flE BS PUCLE flH
We now have on hand a full line of
stock feed corn, oats, bran, shorts,
hay and molasses feeds.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
Lame hack is usually due to rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism 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-be
be Cham-be i Iain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere.
SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good Ice of ars. Let cs
have your custom we deserve it.
Ocala Ice & PacMmg Co.
oa l'UU4E 5Z6 1913
T. NEEDHAM & SONS
Oldest Practical Plumbing Shop In Ocala
f Plumbing and Sheet Elelal Work
Sleam and Hot Wafer Ilea tin a
Under and by virtue of the final
decree rendered in that certain cause
wherein P. H. Nugent is complainant
and A. 11. btarr and his wife, Martha
D. Starr, are defendants, by the Hon
orable W. S. Bullock, judge of the
fifth judicial circuit of Florida, in and
for the county of Marion, in chancery,
on the 7th day of May, A. D 1915, I
will offer for sale and sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash, at
the south door of the courthouse in
the city of Ocala, Marion county.
Florida, within the legal hours of
Monday, the 7th day of June, 1915.
the following described lot or parcel
of land, situate, lying and being in
the county of Marion and state of
Commencing sixteen and thirty thirty-two
two thirty-two one hundredths (1G.32) chains
west and twenty-six and ninety-five
one hundredths (2G.95) chains north
of the southeast corner of section
seven (7), township sixteen (16)
south, range twenty-two (22) east
running thence west eighteen and ten
one hundredths (18.10) chains, thence
north twenty-six and ninety-five ne
hundredths (26.95) chains, thence
vast eighteen and ten one hundredths
(18.10) chains, thence south twenty twenty-a:x
a:x twenty-a:x and ninety-five one hundredth?
(26.95) chains to point of beginning,
containing fifty (50) acres, more or
less, or so much thereof as will be
necessary to satisfy the said decree
and costs. D. Niel Ferguson,
L. W. Duval, Special Master.
Complainant's Solicitor. 5-7-fri
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Rex&ii Liver Salts puts vim into
huy livers your money back if they
don't. Ceng's. 4-27-tf
. WlA, LsJ J
j iuu nne oi fixtures and Materials always on hand. No
Job too large and none too small for our prompt and Personal
SHOP and SHOW ROOMS, Nos. 2 and 4 S. Orange Street,
Une block West of Court House. . OCALA FLA
3L D. JONES
O CALA PUBLIC GARAGE
Now Open and Completely Equipped and Solicit Your Basinesa
We guarantee all work before it leaves 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, wagon 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. i
South Second Street West
(Second store west of Metropolitan Hank Building)
OCALA - FLORIDA
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Tickets on Sale May 22th ta June 2nd,
inc., limited to J.m-j Ola. intension and
stop-over pnv ikrjt I or
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OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, 31 AY 23. 1915
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department, calj 'phone 10G)
Thought for the Day
Blessed are they who have the gift
of making friends, for it is one of
God's gifts. It involves many things,
but above all the power or going out
of one's self and seeing and appreci appreciating
ating appreciating whatever is noble and loving in
School Entertainment at the Temple
Theater Last Evening
Last fall a department of expres expression
sion expression was inaugurated in the Ocala
graded and high school, with Miss
Mary Lee Hill as teacher. To let the
general public see what was being ac accomplished
complished accomplished in the new branch, a play
was presented last evening at .the
Tempjfiby the pupils. A small ad admission
mission admission fee was charged to defray the
expenses incident to commencement.
The house was packed and the
praise expressed was unanimous for
the teacher and pupils when the final
curtain dropped. Miss Hill is a teach teacher
er teacher of ability as was shown by her
pupils whose careful training was
The "Land of Night" was the fairy
play presented. It was given in two
acts and the scene was the Garden
of the Princess of Night in the Pro Province
vince Province of Darkness, Kingdom of the
Sky. The scene of the first act was
early in the evening and the second
act, early evening three days later.
The stage was prettily and appro appropriately
priately appropriately decorated.
Princess of Darkness, Daughter of
King Moon, ruler of the Province of
Darkness, Kingdom of the Sky Inez
Princess of Dawn, Daughter of
King Sun, ruler of the Province of
Light Mary Garrett.
Miss Jane Jogway, of Woman's
Rights fame, of Hoboken, N. J. Car Caroline
oline Caroline Harris.
Nora Mulligan, servant Mabel
Star Maids, attendants of the Prin Princess
cess Princess of Darkness Louise Rentz, Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Perry, Eloise Henry," Katheriner
Strunk, Nina Camp, Katie Mae
Sunbeam Maids, attendants of the
Princess of Dawn Callie Gissendan- j
er, Agnes Burford, Theo Beckham,
Marian Long, Nettie Camp, Louise
Moonbeam, King Moon's courier courier-Norman
Norman courier-Norman Home.
Eloise, a poor little girl from earth
Flower Maids Trene Cam, Dolly
Jones, Ruby Edwards, Christine
Close, Marie Robertson, Annie Mc McKay,
Kay, McKay, Elizabeth Home, Marian Mef Mef-fert.
fert. Mef-fert. Each character and part in the
charming play was cleverly portray portrayed.
ed. portrayed. Mi.?s Sandifer interpreted the
character of the Princess of Dark Darkness
ness Darkness with graceful dignity and ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding cleverness. She was beauti beautiful
ful beautiful in her robe of black, spangled
with stars. Miss Sandifer was ably
supported by Miss Garrett and Miss
Harriss, fboth of whom acquitted
themselves' with great credit. Mr.
Home, as the Moonbeam, was the
clever, handsome courier just needed
to play the gallant to the pretty prin princess.
cess. princess. Miss Aiken's delineation of an
Irish maid was simply perfect.
The graceful dancing of the Star
Maids, in black dresses with silver
stars, and Sunbeam Maids in yellow
was very much admired.
It is always a great pleasure to see
young people sustain parts in any
performance but the acting by the
pupils last night was especially pleas pleasing,
ing, pleasing, attractive and gratifying to the
pride of every parent present, as well
as the school faculty and Miss Hill
The young ladies' auction club met
this afternoon with Miss Annie At Atkinson,
kinson, Atkinson, who entertained only club
members, her niece, Miss Virginia
Sistrunk and Mi-s Ee rie McKissock.
Miss Grace Milligan of Anthony is
the gue?t of her sister, Mrs. Louis
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Edwards and;
Dr. and Mrs. Davis of Irvine were out
of town people attending the school
entertainment at the Temple last eve evening.
ning. evening. Yesterday's Times-Union contained
a pretty picture of Miss Elinor Nixon
of Tallahassee, who received second
honors in the Leon county high
school the past term. Miss Nixon
formerly lived in Ocala and was con conceded
ceded conceded to be one of the brightest
pupils in school.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gray, who have
been visiting the latter's brother and
sister, Mr. John Carney at Lake Weir
and Mrs. James H. Hill in this city,
have returned to their home in Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. Mr. Jim Pyles is ill with fever at
his home on S. Watula street. Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday when in the southern part of
the county on business for his firm,
Mr. Pyles was taken with a severe
chill and drove home with high fever.
Miss Margaret Hart will conclude
tomorrow a few days' visit to Mrs.
Herbert Lattner, leaving for her
home in Orlando.
Miss Lillian McKey of Valdosta, a
recent visitor to Ocala, the guest of
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, is being delight delightfully
fully delightfully entertained t while in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, the guest of Mrs. Julian Pre Pre-witte.
witte. Pre-witte. Wednesday Miss McKey shar shared
ed shared honors with another house guest
at a charming auction party. The
honorees received as souvenirs of the
occasion hand embroidered card
cases and the four guests scoring
highest were presented growing
(Concluded on Fourth rage)
OCA LA'S SECOND
ANNUAL FLOWER SnOW
The annual flower show will be
held Monday afternoon at the court
house square at 5 o'clock. The child children
ren children competing are expected to have
their flowers at the band stand
promptly at that hour.
There will be first and second
prizes'for the best garden and exhibit
of flowers grown for boy and girl be between
tween between the ages of six and ten years
and first and second prizes for boy
and girl between the ages of ten and
fifteen years. A prize will also be
given for the best display of cut
flowers grown and exhibited by a
lady. The prizes this year will be
Mrs. George J. Blitch and other
members of the civic committee with
Judge D. S. Williams, Mr. E. C. Ben Bennett
nett Bennett and Mr. Bunyan Stephens visit visited
ed visited the gardens yesterday and again
today and are pleased with the many
really pretty gardens the little folks
have made. The committee intends
to grade the children on their gar gardens
dens gardens and on the display of flowers
jointly in order to reward the efforts
of those who have given their gar gardens
dens gardens the best attention.
The flower fete to be held Monday
afternoon will be the second held in
Ocala and as the seasons have been
more favorable this, year than last
the exhibits will be better than last
year's and the interest among the
' a:i i i v.
!i;iuuitii lias utfcii wiy iuu.ii muit
I general this year.
j Through the kindness of the man
agement of the Temple theater each
child in the flower contest will ie
given a matinee ticket, which is to
take the place of the ice cream treat
the committee had expected to give
j BOX CANDIES )
Q Per Pound
We have the best 50c pound
box Chocolates ever offered
in Ocala. Each one-pound
box contains from fifteen to
eighteen varieties, including
Nugatines, Cherries. Straw
berries, Ginger. Raisins. Co Co-coanuts.
coanuts. Co-coanuts. Butter TofTee and
Fresh shipment just receiv received.
ed. received. TfoxIcf's
A 'GIREAT LINE OF
Our line is a complete one, too. Ask us to show you. You
want it when you want it, and we have it.
Are you getting the most for your money in the grocery line.
It will pay you to take advantage of our Saturday and Mon Monday
day Monday Specials. We quote the following for
Saturday' :29th and Monday 31st
HAMS WHITE BACON SNOWDRIFT LARD GELATINE
Kingans Reliable Hams, Per pound 12c Medium size tins, per tin Tipton's (Gelatine) Jelly Tablets.
. to j , , r- flavors: Sherry Wine, Madeira
sweet and tender per lb. Bacon 1S higher, but we bought 45c Wine Port Wine 0range
19C ahead and we are giving you the Raspberry. Black Currant, three
1 the advantage of our purchase. LARD packages for 25c
MEAL DnTlTAPC Pure Lard, per pound 13c
iwiittL. POTATOES Lard compound io PEANUT BUTTER
10 pounds of best Water Old Irish Potatoes perpk ; Very Best nourishing and
Ground Meal for 22c EVAPORATED APPLES healthful, per pound
25c The cheapest food on earth. 10c. Packages for 8C 1 5C
For this week's Special we are offering you No. 2 Tomatoes, the Best Baltimore Pack at, per dozen
E are getting our groceries over the Silver Springs Route now and will make our customers special
prices on canned goods by the dozen. In this way, you will be getting the benefit of the Cheap Rate
25c. Glasses' Florida Guava Paste,
Orange, Kumquat and Grape Fruit
ilarmalade and Orange Jelly, per
7 Cakes Lenox Soap for
25c Bottles at 22c
50c Bottles at -4-2c
75c Bottles at 68c
20c Grade Roasted Coffee, per pound 15c
Green Coffee, fine grade, nice, clean; 8-lbs 96c
Ball's Mason Fruit Jais:
Pint's per doz 43c
Quarts, per doz, 55c
Half Gallons, per doz.... 78c
per package 8c
15c size, tall tins, Pink
Salmon per tin f c
Half Pound tins choice
Pink Columbia River, tin. 9c
BORDEN'S EVAPORATED MILK
6 Tins (Baby Size) St. Charles Evaporated Milk for 22c
Tall tins St. Charles Evaporated Milk, tin 8c; doz 90c
25c tin, Sun Kist Asparagus for 2Qc
TWO ROYAL SCARLET SPECIALS
20c tin Royal Scarlet Grated or
Sliced Pineapple, per tin 18c
20c tin Royal Scarlet Tuna Fish,
the Chicken of the Sea, tin.... 18c
To all customers purchasing $1 or more (for cash) during the aboved named days, we will sell (one to a customer) a 50c
JARDANIER STAND for 27c You must see these stands to appreciate them. They are handy for many uses, such as a flower stand, in
the sick room, bath room, for the work basket, etc.
Creme dc Men the
Go K -Teapot Grocery
trr?! ji ur B-Wl fill !r I I 1
CranVl Chicken a la Kins:.
Lettuce and Tomato Ha 1.1. bluffed
Lemon Jelly. Chocolate Hre.vl
MAKE n kom1 beef stock or vege vegetable
table vegetable stock. Ck-ar ami strain.
Wasli aul clean two tatlo!foon tatlo!foon-fuls
fuls tatlo!foon-fuls of rice. Cover tlie rice ami boll
for ten minute. I'ut Into th soup and
boll for ten minutes more.
Chicken a la King.
Boll a tbivu r four pound spring
chicken. Take oflf all the meat nnl cut
In cool slices. If voti ilslre to use
only the white meat keop the dark for
chicken salad or croquettes for a
luncheon diti. Cut up two jrreeu iep iep-p"rs
p"rs iep-p"rs and loU In water until tender.
Chop up two pimentoe and one small
cupful of mushroom. Mix ail In a
skillet or chatDns dish. Put In one
heaping tKtsprxmftil of butter. Season
with salt. Kpier and a little paprika.
When the dish Is done serve on squares
of buttered toast Garnish with pars parsley.
ley. parsley. Lemon Jelly.
Soak one-half box of peiatln In one one-half
half one-half cupful of cold water. Tour In two
cupfuls of lolIlns water and stir until
the peiatln Is thoroujjuly dissolved dissolved-Mix
Mix dissolved-Mix one-half cupful of lemon Jnlce
with one cupful of supar. Pour into
the gelatin and strain the mixture1.
Put Into a' mold and keep on Ice until
ready to serve.
' Chocolate Bread Pudding.
Use two cupfuls of breadcrumbs
softened In one quart of scalded milk.
Mix with It two squares of chocolate.
cut fine. Season with one teaspoonful
of salt and one scant cupfnl of supar.
When cool add two eps. well beaten.
Rake one hour and serve with hard
sauce. Hard sauce: Mix one cuprui or
powdered supar. one-half cupful of
butter and n little vanilla flavoring.
ONE RESOURCE IN RESERVE
"That's the third time." observed Mrs.
Millsap, who was visiting country rela relatives,
tives, relatives, "that I've heard reference made
to 'Mrs. Miiik!er"s pio-puddlnir.' and It
usually brings out'a Iauli. If there's
any Joke alnrnt it I'd like to hear It.
"Well, I'll tell you the story." said
one of the cousins. Mrs. Mlnk'er dr.es
the cooking for her family of four, and
as she Isn't In lve with the Heience of
cookery it's very little In the way of
extras the family tets. Mm. Mink'er
says she considers 'apple sass and mo molasses"
lasses" molasses" a good enough desert for any
"Well, one day for a sjwlal treat she
baked a plum ply for dinner, allowing
"it won't btasi axy voun ccTTixa
a quarter apiece for each member of
the family. Hut while she was pre preparing
paring preparing dinner her slster-in law looked
Into the kitchen and announced that
two cousins had come ver fniuilush fniuilush-vllle
vllle fniuilush-vllle to siend the day.
"'ShucUs: said Mrs. Minkler. Nw
I'll have to ur t!ie pie into six f Ie es.'
"A ha!f l:Mir !;;f;r two iei!i!ors.
Julge and Mrs. Peters, ealled. uud Mr.
Minkler asked them to stay for dinner,
to which they agreed.
"'Mercy sakesT grumbled Mrs. Mink Minkler.
ler. Minkler. 'Now I'll have to cut the pie into
"Just as dinner was W ing dished up
who should dr p in but an M bache bachelor
lor bachelor friend of the family from the t':cr
Side of town. :il;d he sl!o e, fel Mr.
MInkler's Invitation to i:!.e '.mcr.
'Amanda Jane. !ae exas exasperated
perated exasperated Mrs. Minkler to ?--r iier t;i t;i-law.
law. t;i-law. 'I'll make ur to tint pc-ky
pie Into nine plees. but I !;! you now
it won't stand any m ire t;:ili;g than
that. If a dr.gte ether I er-n cines
here to dinner b l iy I'll squash the pie
up. dish it round with s ss on it and
call it a pudding. "-Youth's Companion.
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
Tenth Epistle of RUNAWAY JUNE.
Third and last episode of the BILLION DOLLAR .MYSTERY,
Vitagraph Company, featuring Clara Kimball Yourtj,
A COAT TALE
SHE WOULD BE A COWBO
Y, Kalem Company featuring; JohnDremin and Ruth Rowland.
ADMISSION: From 3:10 to 10:r.O, 3 and 10 Cents.
Oar custoniers, whosa taTbles
ore serre, rest fully assured that
they are getting- a tquaj dc&l
We fill phone orden tad czt
meat for children just ts to to-curately
curately to-curately as though we wera
Eervin our friends in pertoa.
This business is built oa hca hca-est
est hca-est weight, high quality ct
neat and reasonable, prices.
W. H. MARSH'S MARKET :
Next to 0. K. Grocery
- Is a Regular "Bonanza" for Insects.
They thrive and breed like "wildfire." No mat matter
ter matter if your house is screened, Roaches, Moths, Flies
and Mosquitces will get in. These filthy carriers of
discomfort and disease will give you trouble unless
you combat them. Don't give 'em a chance USE
FEN OLE, that cleanly spray, that peerless house household
hold household disinfectant and insect destroyer.
Is sold in Ocala by
Mclver & Mackay, 0. K. Tea Pot Grocery,
Tydings Drug Co., The Court Pharmacy,
Smith Grocery Co., Ollie Mordis
MARION HARDUARE 80.
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF FEftOLE PRODUCTS
Ladies waists at Fishel's. tf
Men's pants at Fishel's. tf
"When my daughter had whooping
cough she coughed so hard at one time
that she had hemorrhage of the lungs.
I was terribly alarmed about her con condition.
dition. condition. Seeing Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy so highly recommended, I got
her a bottle and it relieved the cough
at once. Before she had finished two
bottles of thi3 remedy she was entire entirely
ly entirely well, writes Mrs. S. F. Grimes
Crooksville. Ohio. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adr.
-Account ol U. C. V. Reunion
THE PROGRESSIVE RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
TIIE OFFICIAL ROUTE
SpcclalTraln May 30Ih
Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.. Ar. PJchmond 5:15 p. xru
Carries free Reclining Chair Cars T ourist Sleeper. Standard Sleeper and
Dinin g Car.
GENERAL ROSEBOROUGII WILL USE THIS TRAIN
Tickets good on all regular trains, on sale MAY 23 to JUNE 2.. Return
Limit June 10. On payment of 50c tickets extended to June CO.
G. Z. PHILLIPS. A. G. P. A. J. DOISSEAU. C. T. A.
Jacksonville, Fla. Ocala, Fla.
NEW YORK AND RETURN
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOD ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT
Ticket OfTke, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
6CALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1913
I OCALA OCCURENCES
Trade at Fishel's.
Give her a Bob-o-Link. Weihe, the
Mr. A. T. Thomas is quite sick at
his home on .Lake Weir avenue.
Mr. Albert W. Fort from the Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha valley is in the city today on
Violin, guitar, mandolin and banjo
strings at the Muray Company. tf
For plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 1
Dr. II. A. Reeves of Inverness was
in the city yesterday and registered
at the Harrington Hall.
A Victrola on your porch will make
you forget the hot weather. Get one
at the Muray Company. tf
Buy your arugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the be rt always. 4-27-tf
All members of Fort King Camp
W. O. W., are preparing to take in
the Homosassa picnic on June 17th.
Its a good indication when the boys
are engaged in burning trash about
the premises after school hours.
Our fountain sodas and ice cream
are the BEST made and our service
is Al. Try them. The Court Phar Pharmacy,
macy, Pharmacy, tf
Mr. I. I. Strong left today for Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, where the Ocala Iron Works
has secured a contract for work in its
line. He will probably complete .his
work within a week.
There will be a canning club dem demonstration
onstration demonstration and basket picnic at the
Fairfield school house Saturday, May
29th. Everybody welcome. The can canning
ning canning club girls will sell their caaned
goods, the proceeds to go for im improvements.
provements. improvements. New shoes at Fishel's.
Don't Hide Them With a Veil; Re Remove
move Remove Them with the Othvne
This prescription for the removal
of freckles was written by a promi prominent
nent prominent physician and is usually so suc successful
cessful successful in removing freckles and giv giving
ing giving a clear, beautiful complexion that
it is sold under guarantee to refund
the money if it fails.
Don't hide your freckles under a
veil ; get an ounce of othine and re remove
move remove them. Even the first few appli applications
cations applications should show a wonderful im improvement,
provement, improvement, some of the lighter fresk fresk-les
les fresk-les vanishing entirely.
Be sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength othine; it is this that
is sold on the money-back guarantee.
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.
LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
Ocala Gas Company
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. MclVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em bai bairn
rn bairn ers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. MclVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
UNDERTAKING OFFICE 45
LEVITT PACKARD B00E
t Music Teacher and Composer g
coct'ta r rrrc
? Violin. Piano and Voice
LApui iiauu 1UU(1
Lvnn v-f UinnA 'I nnskv t
Talk to me about it ovei
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 G2
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
May 17 94 78
May 18 88 68
May 20 69 88
May 20 87 69 ..
May 21 82 71
May 22 89 72 .14
May 23 92 71
May 24 93 71 .06
May 25 97 73 ..
May 26 95 73
May 27 91 70 .32
Unsettled tonight and Saturday,
probably thunder showers.
Globe-Wernicke cabinets at The
Muray Company. tf
The street department is running
its "scarifier" on Oklawaha avenue,
which means in a few days that
thoroughfare will be rid of its fa familiar
miliar familiar "bumps."
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Banjoes, guitars, violins, accord
eons and autoharps at The Murray
Mr. L. D. Beck of the Berlin section
is among the business visitors in the
city today. He is congratulating him
self on being in the section of the
county that is not effected by the new
Bloxham county bill.
Everybody trades at Fishel's. tf
If you want to rent a house, get a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
Harmonicas at The Murray Com
Yesterday at the ball park seemed
to be an informal social gathering
The visiting players were introduced
to one another after they reached the
grounds. They came from various
wards in Dunnellon and had never
Bob-o-Links for your young lady
friends. Weihe, the jeweler. 25-tf
Mr. W. M. Gober. and Dr. R. T,
Weaver were Ocalans transacting
business in Tampa yesterday.
The Mcintosh Canning Club wiW
give a demonstration in canning
beans and crystalizing grapefruit on
Thursday, June 3rd, at the park.
There will be a basket picnic in con
nection and a pleasant as well as in
structive day will be spent.
Special bargains at Fishel's. tf
Deputy Collector Smith and Mr.
Berry came up from Center Hill to
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Frank Gadson, proprietor of the
Ocala Bazaar Store, is now conduct conducting
ing conducting his annual clearance sale, which
will continue for sixty days. Gadson
will leave -for New York shortly to
buy new goods and is offering special
inducements in this sale to his pat patrons
rons patrons to reduce his stock.
Dr. Cherry of Center Hill was in
town yesterday on professional busi business.
ness. business. Tell your physician, and tell him
plainly, to leave your prescriptions
where they'll be filled as written no
substitution here. The Court Phar Pharmacy,
macy, Pharmacy, 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.
On Saturday and Monday, 1G
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
WHOLE FAMILY DEPENDENT
Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio",
writes: "Our whole family depend on
Pine-Tar-Honey." Maybe some one in
your family has a severe cold per perhaps
haps perhaps it is the baby. The original Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is an ever
ready household remedy it gives im immediate
mediate immediate relief. Pine-Tar-Honey pene penetrates
trates penetrates the linings of the throat and
lungs, destroys the germs, and allows
nature to act. At your druggist, 25c.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
(Continued from Third Page)
Many will be interested to learn of
the return to Silver Springs of Miss
Jameson, an artist of prominence who
spent the winter there a few years
ago. Miss Jameson owns a farm and
orange grove on the northern out outskirts
skirts outskirts of our eastern suburb and with
her mother will make her permanent
home there. Since leaving Florida
Miss Jameson, who was born in
Logansport, Ind., has been residing in
the east, and with her work has won
notable recognition. For a year she
studied in Europe and was in Vienna
when war was declared and only thru
her personal friendship at the Am American
erican American embassies in Vienna and Ber Berlin
lin Berlin was she able to get all of her
trunks home. She joined the relief
corps and did active work until De December
cember December in Berlin, Vienna and several
other places, working for a few
weeks under Nellie Bly. A number
who did not see Miss Jameson when
here will remember her by the beau
tiful picture of Carmichael's farm on
the Silver Springs run exhibited in
Rheinauer's window. It was one of
many pictures painted during the
This morning at the primary
school many friends and patrons
gathered to attend the exercises pre
pared by the faculty and pupils for
the last day of school. Each grade
rendered an attractive program. The
second grade gave the little Indian
play Hiawatha and the boys of the
third grade portrayed the First Voy
age of Columbus, while the girls of
the same grade gave a pretty Jap Japanese
anese Japanese entertainment. The first grade
boys were brownies and the girls
were fairies. Their programs were
good as were the songs and marches
given by the beginners. A number of
enjoyable violin and piano selections
were rendered by several members of
the third grade.
Miss Louise tfooe left this after
noon for Jacksonville, where she will
be joined by her grandmother, Mrs.
S. J. Merke and together they will go
to Atlanta for a few days, thence to
Talullah Falls, for a stayr of several
Miss Loletta Rawls, Messrs. Shade
Rawls, Arthur Hodge and Mrs. B.
Willis of Montbrook were visitors
yesterday afternoon, motoring over
in Mr. Rawls' car.
Mrs. W. K. .Zewadski and Mrs. J.
W. Hood returned 5 this afternoon
from a short visit to their sister, Mrs.
Andrew Turner at Dunnellon.
Mrs. Sylvan McElroy and handsome
young son of Orlando, will visit the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Dozier during June.
Prof, and Mrs." G. C. Looney and
daughter Miss Eunice Ellis, expect
to leave tomorrow for Atlanta. Prof.
Looney has given up the Pearson
house which has been the home of
Phi Sigma College for two years and
it will be learned with regret that
there is a possibility of the school not
being reopened next fall; however,
Mr. and Mrs. Looney have hot defi
nitely completed their plans.
Mrs. G. B. Stein has returned from
a short visit to Jacksonville.
Mrs. M. Fishel has recovered suf sufficiently
ficiently sufficiently from her recent operation at
Johns Hopkins hospital to leave the
hospital. She expects to be able to
return home in two weeks, which will
be welcome news to her friends.
Mrs. Billingsley, Sr., who has been
visiting her son, Mr. Percy Billingsley
and family in Orlando, since leaving
Miami, has returned to Reddick. be
ing called home by the illness of her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. A. Billingsley.
Miss May Bradshaw and Miss
Ophelia Gray will leave from Tampa
on Saturday for Richmond, Va., to at attend
tend attend the annual reunion of the U. C
V. and that of the S. C. V. also. St.
. Miss Gray is sponsor for the Fourth
Brigade, S. C. V. Miss Gray before
returning to Florida will visit her
uncles, Bishop W. C. Gray and Mr
Jno. H. Pope in Nashville.
a a a
Mrs. I. I. Strong went to Belleview
today, where she will spend the week weekend
end weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I. N. Nichols.
The Griner Farm canning club
girls will meet with Mrs. J. R. Moor
head tonight and a demonstration
will be given in crystalizing grape
fruit. All who are interested in the
work are invited to attend.
Mrs. T. M. Moore, who has been ill
for some time is slowly improving.
Mrs. Marion D. Harris is ready to
do all kinds of cleaning, renovating,
altering and pressing of ladies'
gowns. Can make them as good as
new. Mrs. Harris will make her
home with Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Baum
at the Empire Cafe. If you have need
for her services, call phone 429.
Call and see the weekly war pic
tures from the London Graphic on
view at Williams' Candy and Cigar
Store, hole in the wall, on Magnolia
street. Home made cream candies,
20c and 35c boxes. Pure and de delicious.
licious. delicious. 25-lm
Mrs. Harvey Clark was removed
to the hospital this afternoon. Her
many friends wish her a speedy re recovery.
covery. recovery. M rs. W. Berry was brought from
Center Hill yesterday and was oper operated
ated operated on today for appendecitis. She
i3 doing very well this afternoon.
All other patients are doing very
The Temple will have a specially
good bill tonight. Beside the tenth
chapter of "Runaway June," the third
and last episode of the Billion Dollar
Mystery will be run. Also there will
be a good comic and a drama, mak
ing an unusually long and interest interesting
ing interesting entertainment.
Fresh country eggs twenty cents
per dozen. Cam-Thomas Company. It
Prospects are good for a most suc
cessful picnic for the Woodmen, when
they go to Homosassa June 17. The
A. C. L. has given a round trip rate
of 75 cents from Ocala or 40 cents to
children. It is probable that mem members
bers members of the camps at Martel, Dunnel
lon and Crystal River will join the
excursion and make up a big crowd.
Rain broke up the ball game yes
terday afternoon. A good crowd was
out and a live game was expected. By
the second half of the second inning.
the game stood 4 to 1 in favor of
Ocala, but the Dunnellon boys might
have done better later on.
Senate bill 421, enlarging the pow
ers of the municipality of Ocala, has
been passed by both houses and
signed by the governor.
The county judge has issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license to Mr. Raymond II.
Holly and Miss Marie Louise Heine Heine-man,
man, Heine-man, two young people of the Gra Gra-hamville
hamville Gra-hamville community.
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
W. K. I jane, 3L T) Vnyslclun and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LOST A gold crescent pin, between
Carter's Bakery and 310 North
Main street. Return same to Star
FOR RENT Furnished rooms; with
modern conveniences; centrally lo
cated, three blocks from court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf
WANTED Clean cotton rags, bring
to this office.
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer 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, Florida, 124 Tenth
FOR RENT On June 1, upstairs,
consisting of three rooms and bath.
Furnished for light housekeeping.
City and cistern water. Mrs. P. II.
Gillen, 1 S. 5th St. 2G-tf
FOR RENT Large well located resiv
dence property on Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, now occupied by P. V. Leaven Leaven-good,
good, Leaven-good, two blocks from A. C. L. rail railroad.
road. railroad. All modern conveniences.
Address Mrs. O. T. Green, Ocala,
Fla., or call phone 383. tf
SEE 1HK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetx les, milk and eggs, tf
FOR RENT No. 315 N. Orange St.,
four rooms, $8 per month; also No.
323, N. Orange St four rooms,
electric lights, $10 per month; both
newly papered and painted. W. C.
Blanchard, Agent. 18-12t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms or
furnished for light housekeeping;
newly papered and painted; large
and pleasant rooms at very reasonable-rates.
Call at comer of
Adams and Main street or Mc Mc-Lucas,
Lucas, Mc-Lucas, at Ocala House barber
LOST White bull pup with brown
spot over left eye; about seven
months old. Return to "Knight" at
A. C. L. passenger depot and get
FOR SALE Horse, surrey and bug buggy.
gy. buggy. A real family horse, gentle as
they make them, for sale on easy
terms. Apply at Star office. 2G-Ct
FOR SALE A rubber tired surry in
perfect condition, good as new. E.
M. Howard, Ocala, Fla. 14-12t
OF INTEREST TO FARMERS
Berlin, Fla., May 26, 1915.
Editor Star: Please allow me space
in your valuable paper to announce
to the hog raisers in Marion county,
that I have been advised by the de department
partment department of agriculture that the quar quarantine
antine quarantine has been taken off of virus and
this can be obtained through the
state board of health by filling out a
blank properly and this blank can be
secured by writing the state -board of
health in Jacksonville. Be sure and
order serum and virus together "as
you cannot use virus without serum.
S. J. McCully, Agent.
Dallas, May 21. The people will
soon commence their shipping. They
are somewhat later this year than
usual. The cold, wet weather follow followed
ed followed by a dry spell delayed the crops.
Mrs. Ola Ganntt is still postmaster
at Dallas. She also has put in an another
other another small stock of groceries. &he
deserves the patronage of the people.
She will conduct her store on a cash
For members of girls canning clubs
we recommend either B or BB farm
canning outfits. Marion Hardware
New hats at Fishel's.
Fishel wants your trade.
Call and examine our 50 cents a
pound box of chocolates. The box is
plain but the chocolates are high high-grade.
grade. high-grade. Troxler's. 4-tf
When Glands Swell
Blood Needs Attention
Even a Sweat Gland May
Result in Severe
In our Intricate hotly the ure of S. S.
8. for the blood has a most remarkable
Influence. We little realize our Rland Rland-ular
ular Rland-ular system. It may be a tiny bulb no
bigger than a pin point, a.l yet If a
disease genu gets Into It, th .- Is a
tremen.lous swelling. It LecM.i's a
boil, a c:irl ;-ic!e. it may 1 e a "Mood
rlsinpr." and it !s often a source 01" con continuous
tinuous continuous misery if r.rT eh'cKed. Mny
of the most excriitlatlr.ir forir.j cf tor torture
ture torture begin with tha swtlllns' cf a tiny
eland, caused l.y a disease Kerrn. And
It Is a S. S. thit rereads throvRhout
the blood c'rcjlatl n to prevent Just
such condition.. Or if thy have al already
ready already started. S. f will fon put the
blood In such a st .to cf htalth as to
overcome the tendency to trlandular
swellinps. It Is a natural medicine for
the blood. Just as essential to !t-alth If
the blood be Impure, as are the meats,
fats, grains and sugars of our dally
It contains one lngredieiit th active
purpose of which Is to t!rnwlate the
exchange of new flesh for dead or waste
Get a bottle t S. S. S. today of any
druggist, and If your case is stubborn.
write to the Medical Adviser. The Swift
Specific Co.. 108 Swift Bldfr.. Atlanta, Ga.
This department is la chargs of a noted
WILBUR W. CSMITH
Fancral Director and
E. C. Jordan & Co.
219 WEST BROADWAY
I "j 4ik
Of Appllmllwn for Tax Deed lader
-( ioa H of Chapter -Ivsx,
Laws of Florida
Notice is hereby given that George
Hudson. vurcJia.ser of tax certificate
.o. ivsv. jai-4i tiie 3rd day or J-une.
A. L. 'J()7. iias filed aid certlfl-aJ In
my offlv-e. and has made application
for tux deed to 4.-u in. accordance
with law. Said certificate embrace
iie following described property it it-tiated
tiated it-tiated in. Marlon eountv. Florida, io
wit: Sw'i of wi of section 12
townhip 17 nouth. range 26 east. The
iald land being us-sed at the date of
me issuance or such certificate In the
name of Geo. W Hudson. Unless ald
certificate hall be redeemd a coord -in
to l.ir, fax '.--. 1 will ls.-ue thereon
on t h- 21st Jay of June. A. I. 1915.
Witness my official iirrature and
f-al tMs the ISt a day or May. A. D
1 V 1 ...
Sil I. If. NUGENT.
Clerk ("ircruit Court Marion County.
Of Appllcatloa tmr T Deel lader
eetloa H f Chapter
Notiie hereny Klven that Lee IV.
nyder. purchaser of tax certificate No.
1-. dated the 7th day of June. A L.
1J"1. has riled aid certificate in my" of office,
fice, office, and has made application for tax
deed to iue in act-rdarw- vtih l-
Said cert IfUrtte emlirm w the following
described property xituated in Marion
cuuniy. HorMi. to-wit: Nw of
ai n2 or wi ,r eeli of sec section
tion section :.". town.hip 11 uth. ran;i 2t
eat acrt-. The aSd land beln
as-exftfd at the date of the l.nuance of
uch certificate in the name of Hen-nin'-'
l nd I. Co-npany. t'nle aid
certificate hall be r-de-md according
to law. tax deed will N-ie thereon on
the 21t day tf June. A. I. 1915
Witness my official sicnature and
neal thin the IMh day of May. A. D.
eal p. ir. NUGENT.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion County.
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WIio.Is SeMIiagf One Mem
to Ocala and VicaMfc
Tlieir PaBnni Beacla
Suits For Oely
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Come in and get "acqeainf ed
with me. I can and do sell re re-liabfe
liabfe re-liabfe Cfolfiing for Hindi less
than some merclionfs, pay
I Imow how to bey
That's the reason
Every suit is guaranteed.
the deal for that real estate has been t;osd and the only thing
yet to do is to Bee if the title in pood. Marion county ha t 160
deed records aod 43 mortgage records and ZO of miscellanoej rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among; these is
the record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man kr.ors
that he has got it alL
MORAL: PLACE TIIE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGII
SO THAT TIIE ABSTRACT MAX HAS 'REASONABLE TIME IS
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH '.YORK.
florid title and abstract corporation
Try a Star Want
Each suit is tailored like a
Seven Dollar suil; lias just
the same fabric as a Seven
Dollar Siif; the only dif difference
ference difference is the price is
Ad. They bring resiits